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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

•- , ;T ' i 'fi'ftsf 1J THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS First Methodist Church News Frank Dent, Pastor When the month of December rolls around something always hap pens to all of us. We feel gayer, "happier, the weight of the years is not so heavy, and we receive a joyous boost from the eternal springs of youth. What a fine thing it is to be alive and to live in our glorious America, during received a poor deal as far as pa- rents are concerned. The Methodist Home at Waco, for fifty years has ministered to children who have had some tra- gedy descend upon the lives of their parents. During these years thirty three hundred children have been cared for, No one will ever know the great benediction to the lives of these and to the life of our state, rendered by the home. That can not be measured by dollars and the wonderful days of December, cents. During the month of December, A{ present there are four hun- the Methodist people turn their ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

I ff THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 WRIGHT PATMXhT V//' ' ^ /'Sr^ WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEKAS — Financial Aid to Britian It is generally conceded that ere dits and loans to Great Britian will have to await action by the new Congress which assembles January 3. There is a sufficiently strong bloc of isolationists in the Senate to prevent action at this session. The United States, under the lea- dership of President Roosevelt and with the approval of a majority of the people, has adopted a definite policy of giving all possible aid to Britian short of war. The lengths to which this policy has gone is best illustrated by the transfer of fifty American destroyers. A canvass of sentiment among members indicates that the United States will extend credits to Great Britian as soon as it has developed clearly that Britian must have fi- nancial assistance to carry on its war with the Axis. With this proof undoubtedly a sufficient num...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 WRIGHT PATMAN'S WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — Adjournment:— During the recent political cam- paign, the Republicans in a bloc pledged themselves to vote against nny adjournment of Congress, if the emergency continued. When the question came to a vote in the House, forty-four Democrats join- ed the solid Republican bloc of 144 and defeated a resolution to adjourn sine die. Congress will rapw doabtlesB take three-day re- IV^ci'sscs as.heretofore until January. The new Congress—the Seventy- Seventh—meets January 3rd, next. This Congress has been in ses- sion more than 330 days. This peacetime record has only been ex ceeded one time and that was in the Fortieth Congress (1867-68), which was in session 345 days. The World War—<he Sixty-fifth —Congress sat from December 3, 1917, until November 21, 1918, or 354 days. It appears now that the present Congress will break all re- cords for continuing in session. Definition of "Americanism":— The lead...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 ANT1 NEWS Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Rev. R. H. Wommack filled his regular appointmont here this week end. Folks, our Sunday School at- tendance is losing in number. Put it in your mind and heart that you are responsible for the growth of our S. S. He sure you attend next Sunday to make arrangements for the Christmas tree. We are happy to know that Mrs Gilbert Dupree is still improving after a lengthy illness. Her sister, Mrs. Avery House and baby visit- ed with her Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Agnes Berryman spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ber ryman and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Coats. Mrs. Fannie Harbuck is visiting with her daughter in Dallas. Mrs. Rufus Griffin is on the im- prove after several weeks illness. Callers in her home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riley, Rev. R. H. Wommack, C. V. Hill, Chester Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Witt Griffin and Ruby Lee, Rev. Clyde Thomas and mother, Mrs. C. V. Hill and I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

* THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Thursday Club:— The Thursday Club met Dec. 5 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS with Mrs. A. A. Burkhalter, with a good attendance. Mrs. 0. C. Good- son in the chair, the meeting open- ed by singing our club song "Beau tiful Texas." Quite a lengthy business session was held, each make for the Red Cross. The club ^ on the program were Mrs. McAlis- have a Christmas pro- ter, Mrs. E. Griffin, Mrs. H. C. Rat voted to gram on December 19th in the cliff. The hostess served delicious home of Mrs. O. C. Goodson. Mrs.: sandwiches, cake and coffee. Burkhalter leader of the program I for the afternoon, which was very Ardent Patriotism:— one present took a garment to inspiring was enjoyed by all. Those | Always appealing to us is the spirit of ardent patriotism. Jas. W. Chambless appears to be of this type. On account of bad teeth he Was rejected by the examining board for Army career. He pro- ceeded to r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 December 1940

H „BS ■■■ ■" i r« THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ^7 % «.i v\ i \t \! ) i Bloom burg Myrtle Jones, Reporter Cat Clause Just Imagine Sonny Simmons being absent from school. La Vern Endsley a grqat ballet dancer. Neil Phillips without his cud. Sara Chamblee with a crop of yellow curls. Gerald Green chasing after a girl. Billie Endsley a platinum blond. Eloyle McClure, the shortest per son in school. Twillarea Luce without her ruby colored lips. Mattie Sue Little chewing gum i in class. Louise Hutchins afraid of boys' LaVerne Endsley taller than Mrs Marguerite Steed. George Glass an orator. Davis Simmons the beau of the school. Robert Griffin with a perma- nent wave. Cotton Nicholas handing in an English theme. Hay Roberts a star football play er. Jackie Wright not giggling. Ella Fern Corzine playing volley ball. Mary Alice Frame a graceful acrobat. Bill Robinson talking about cur- rent events. Buddy Gibson scorning to class. Junior Anthony...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

1 I The Citizens Journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Pets to Feature Santa's Parade Today is the day Santa Claus 1 Supt. D. T, Smith announces that will visit Atlanta. The children of application has been made through Be Loyal to Atlanta! = • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! 3 re • Buy at Home i er ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 NUMBER FIFTY 1 Atlanta High School Applies For National Defense Program Oak Grove Junior Girls Basketball Team \ ■ the entire territory are expected to be in Atlanta today to see Santa Claus. He will ride in the pet par- ade on an elephant. All children ire urged to bring them to town Vid enter them in the parade. * lie parade will start at 10:30 a.m. A free picture show will be giv- en the kiddies through the courtesy of the Tri-State Theatres. Also free candy will be distributed to the chil dren. All schools are invited to at- tend and see Santa Claus. Besides the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

fl w k ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19J \1 CHRISTMAS BRINGS TWO A S S EM B LV PROGRAMS The students of Atlanta High school will witness two assembly programs this week, one on Thurs- day at 1:45 and one on Friday at 2:30. The program for Thursday was arranged by Miss Helen Manning's High School Choral group. The Christmas theme will be carried out and include the following numbers: Violin solo "Londonderry Air," Navis Jo Frost. "The Bells of St. Mary's'' "The Christmas Glory Song." "The Angel's Song," a quartet by Ramona Knight, Inez Baker, Mary Nell Thompson and Nettie Jo Carlow. "Star of the East." The program for Friday is a Nativity Play (a story of the Christ Child) and i3 presented by the Speech Class under the direc- tion of Miss Christine Smith. The cast is as follows: Recounter, J. W. Alexander; Mary, Mamie Ruth Long; Joseph Royce Waters; Isaiah. Melvin Jack son; Jeremiah, Joe Pullen; Micah, James Hogan; Angel Gabriel, Inez...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 11)40 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS . wi; QUEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Attention Please:— Mrs. Frank Furry of Queen City will edit the Queen City Journal notes during our absence from town. l'lease give her your assistance in prompt reporting of all items of interest. Send them to Mrs. Furry Monday, or to Mrs. Adams at Drug Store, Mrs. Beaver at the Post Office or Mrs. H. C. Ratcliff. We shall expect to see a pretty paper each week. Through your cooperation Mrs. Furry will be able to do this. She is an experienced pen woman, of pronounced merit. e gladly announce her as your kliitor for this mid-winter period. U Candle Light Service:— The White Christmas Service Sunday evening at the Methodist church was beautiful in sacred sig- nificance. The candle and star light and all white altar, gave pretty setting for the dramatization of the Christmas story. The processional, the Junior choir, the boy characters, the shep herds, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

i I illfi :■> wi iWi&\ THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Mrs. Irene Baker, MM. Sally Stewart, Miss Irene Stewart, Mrs. Kate Schoen, all of Texarkana, were week end visitors of Mrs. Nat Curtright Sr. Miss Grace Curtright of Dallas is visiting' relatives and friends in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jackson of Henderson were Sunday visitors in Atlanta with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vaughn of Tyler were Sunday visitors in At- lanta with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Battle, of Mt. Pleasant spent the week end in the George Law home. Dorothy Exa Kennedy spent Sat urday-Monday in Shreveport with Mr. and Mrs. John Craig. Lewis McCutcheon and Pansy Ruth Cowgill of Texarkana were Sunday visitors in J. 0. Cowgill and Frank Riley homes. O. A. Kelly spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in Dallas on business. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spears and daughters Lillie Mae and Mildred of Smackover were week end visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Purtle. Mrs. Joe Davis returned to her home...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

Hfik w THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 Q. How many grades per room are permissible in Texas schools? A. Not more than two grades for each room may be permitted. SPECIAL AUCTION SALE Sat„ Dec. 21, 2 P. M. 1930 Chevrolet Tudor to the Highest Bidder Also 12 Other Good Used Cars to Choose From See me Before You Trade ;• *vv*bit'i'M'H'-iii--' * BLAKEY'S Used Car Exchange THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS mamn Baptist Circle No. 1 Circle No. 1 of the First Baptist church met Monday, Dec. 16 in the home of Mrs. J. B. Spiveyfiwith thirteen members and three Sun- beams present. The singing of the Doxology opened the meeting with Mrs. D. R. Callicoatte leading in prayer. Mrs. Fred Cameron brought an interesting devotional "The Birth of Jerusaleum," from Luke, follow ed with a season of prayers that Peace and Good Will Toward Men would prevail in other lands and countries. During the business session, Mrs. Spivey was elected Mission Study chairman and Mrs. Jay Clements was elected...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

mm- THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 I I The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1679) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postofttce In AUnrti.tt, Texas. a* second-cUiBs mall matter. Iisuvd Thursday of each week. Office 208 Eust Hiram Street—Phone No. 178. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $l.5u uiw Year $100 Bix Months . ...... 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months .65 Three Mouths - WRIGHT PATMAN'S — - * - I | i -rTpij?". .Ni WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — T EX AS — _ Faijm Program:— The cotton farmers have again by an overwhelming vote adopted the marketing quota provisions of the Farm Act. There are many causes for our farm problems. Among them are the following: 1. The plowing up of millions of acres of grass lands during the World War to produce food and fiber. 2. The change of our Nation Bright Wool Frocks from a debtor nation to a creditor nation. In the '20's we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

'A &> HURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS OOXJGLA SS VILLE Mrs. Jim McCoy The Woman's SQciety of Chris- tian Service met Monday afternoon with ten members present. The de votional was led by Mrs. Day, af- ter which Mrs. J. C. Morriss took charge of the business discussion. We are sorry to report D. B. Lan caster ill with the flu. There has been quite a few cases in our com munity. Misses Betty Jean McCoy assist ed by Mrs. Roy Frost and Mrs. Cameron Nolen honored Miss Madel ine Fouche with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday, December 11. Mrs. O. O. McBride and Mrs. Jim McCoy directed the games. Out of town guests were Mrs. Homer Stan ley, Mrs. Floyd Baker, Mrs. Troy Baker, of Queen City and Mrs. Clifford Perdue of Atlanta. Miss Fouche and Maurice Stanley of Queen City were married, Sat- urday, December 14. We wiBh for Neglect May Invite Phorrhea An Astringent and Antiseptic that must nlease the user or Druggists return money If first bot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 December 1940

THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS •>.'.•«^ .. llgp$«£ - f,-: : ■ ' I «5a a. This Qruimai itaion, in « stride-torn world, both Irce- mcn and those who Ion* to he free pray for Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men. This year, lne Anniversary ol our Savior's hirth brings us all together in the solemn resolve that men shall escape the bondage imposed by the forces of evil. The heart of humanity beats high with hope and faith. GIFT 1 -TO SERVE AS we T I, wnULD BE SCRVCPlf ^20 N. Louise St. Phone 168 ATLANTA. TEXAS M Theatre "YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE" p f i* \ i f Friday, Family Day, December 20 Kiddies 5c until 4:30 p.m. Adults 10c, Day or Night JACK BENNY — VIRGINIA DALE in "BUCK BENNY RIDES AGAIN" Saturday, December 21 2—BIG FEATURES—2 10c-15c Till 5:30 Night, 10c-25—Plus Tax }/F~ UNIVERSAL promts V0HYP0ST Johnny Mack BROWN Fuzay KNIGHT Saturday Night Preview Only. December 21 10c and 25c—Plus Tax with RICHARD DIX m Radio fW"w H 1 ■l ■o Sunday - Monday, December 22 - 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

I \ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area ! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The Citizens j ournal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1940 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home: NUMBER FIFTY-ONE V- D .. not creature stirring ■■•Ma:'®? , ,vv- S-'H m w*& fMwi L' >• — "\ Wim?. ?vH ■- «, Nr- / ' : ban >:#y: ''w&sA m , M : >>*' £ScS&& jfc -V/-5 ■8 ■;.:w HP1 «£, -J**- /'"s! Dedicated not to Christmas but to the spirit of the holi- day, this edition of the Citi- zens Journal hopes to more tangibly define the Yule- tide idea for its readers. If this newspaper can help you catch the warmth, the friendliness, the gaiety and the spirit of giving and sharing that are a part of the Christmas season, it will have been a success. Atlanta merchants whose helpful suggestions for per plexed Christmas shop- pers appear in this paper, are doing their part to make holiday buying as easy and pleasant as pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

THE CITIZEN3. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1940 Watch Your Habits During Holidays I KThe Christmas season of all sea is traditionally a time when R good will should prevail on the Jrth. America more than any oth- • nation has cause to celebrate Jhristinas in its proper spirit, and -llness has no place in this celebra- tion," states Dr. George W. Cox, State Health Officer. Unfortunately, during the holi- day season many of us relax our principles of good health which nor mally we observe. The stimuli of Christmas shopping, holiday par- ties, family reunions, and a too rich dietary cause us to transgress against the rules of simple living. The result is unnecessary illness at a time when we can least afford it. The chances for contracting in- fluenza are greater during the hol- iday season this year if we do not watch our health. Influenza epi- demics are widespread in Califor- nia and are sweeping through the West, and if not guarded against, may strike...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

<v THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1940 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1870) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the PoBtoffice In Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Office 209 East Hlrum Street—Phone No. 178. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $1.50 One Year - $1.00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months - - .75 Three Months 65 Three Months BP X> v v <>' $ Christmas Bells Ring Out And the message they're carrying across the snow- covered landscape is one of holiday friendship. A Merry Christmas to all of you who have done so much this past year to make every day a pleasant one for us. OLIVER'S MACHINE SHOP T. B. OLIVER, Prop. .... i THE 1 f I Think of all the nice things you'd like to have happen to you in 1941—incorporate your ambitions and desires in a New Year wish—and we'll just double it for you. j L. L. DALRYMPLE, Consignee s Phone 374 THE TEXACO COMPANY Distributor for Fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

■" ' THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1940 DM |S II goof frth. nati| jhristtS .llnesa j tion," State u- day pr'u ma c y ti d a' 1 t THE OLD WAY IS BEST! This refrain we hear "again and again" as Christmas and the New Year come and go. VVe turn in search of a new way to convey our kind wishes and we find that the old way is hard to beat. So we say in all sincerity and in our friendliest way "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!" Offices of DR. D. B. WHITEHEAD I I "'Sis the 'Week ^Before Christmas" by A. B. CHAPIN e' h GREETINGS We feel that it is your business as well as ours be- cause we could not get along without your loyal support. We shall put forth every effort to serve you to the best of our ability during 1941. A Mer- ry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all. r WELDON WATKINS Queen City, Texas (As You Gather I Around The Fireside At Christmas Time * 1 1 ) 1 ' if As the Yule log burns brightly, the candles gleam from the window, and the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1940 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ) % € Duncan Coffee Co., Announces Bonus Houston, Texas—Officials of the Duncan Coffee Company announced here Tuesday that Christmas bonus es would be given its employees again this year as it has been each year for the past twenty-two years. The bonus, which amounts to ten per cent of the total annual earn- ings of each employee will be awarded at the Company's annual Christmas party to be held here Saturday, officials said. 400 Employees Benefited Affected by Christmas bonuses are some four-hundred employees of the Company's three coffee roast ing plants here and in Corpus Chris ti. It was explained that sales re- presentatives of the Company are not included in the Christmas bonus plan as they operate year-around on a bonus and commission basis. In addition, they are offered extra cash incentive plans from time to time throughout the year. Famous for Labor Policies The Duncan Coffee Company is widely k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 December 1940

Delinquent Taxes Must be Paid There are 254 counties in Texas and approximately 465 cities and towns and 1040 independent school districts. These 1759 local taxing units are supported by taxes deriv- ed almost exclusviely from proper- ty and the amount collected by iff o I HEARTY GREETINGS With Best Wishes For Your Happiness Again it is Christmas, with the oppor- tunity it affords us to express to you our appreciation for past favors and patronage. We appreciate the oppor- tunity of serving you and in all sin- cerity wish for you a joyous holiday season with peace and happiness throughout the coming year. C. M. NELSON Kildare, Texas And a Jjajijuj Jlew yeafr i FREEMAN CLEANERS PHONE 316 ATLANTA, TEXAS these taxing units for the year end ing prior to September 1, 1938 amounted to $104,230,433 and the amount of delinquent taxes due these 1759 taxing units that accum ulated in 18 years (1920-1938) amounted to $87,058,945 or an aver age annual delinquency ot' $4,830,- 608 (copied from t...

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