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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 January 1941

THURSDAY, JANUARY*23, 1941 Boy Scouts Show Proficiency Tlie proficiency that Boy Scouts show when they are called upon unexpectedly to save lives, deliver Thanksgiving baskets, direct traf- fic, hunt for lost children or serve along the line of march in parades is not accidental. The Scouting program is designed specifically to make better citizens of ordinary boys and leaders believe that the best way to do that is to practice the Scout motto, "Be Prepared," until it becomes part of the boy's lives. In the matter of first aid and life saving, for instance, training starts almost as soon as the 12 year old is enrolled. To advance from Tenderfoot rank he must learn the rudiments of bandaging and treatment; by the time he be- comes a full fledged First Class Scout he is reasonably expert in artificial respiration, transporta- tion of the injured and "what to do until the doctor arrives." From that point he goes on to earn Mer- it Badges in advanced first aid, life saving, swimming and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 January 1941

L. ; v v Rfe'i<K'7>5 " ■: ^ t ? rr ■ THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ^ mm* :ffl THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1941 It*- bu <li' he h< n Bi T) p: w ir. st s< C t< h h ci h c n I c Kildare Girls Win One; Tie H| First Baptist Church News Saturday night, January IS, two of East Texas' greatest girls ball teams- met for the supremacy of East Texas, and of all things the game ended with 26 and 20 score. The famed Kildare girls played the Rusk girls and what the many hundreds of fans said it was the best girls game jplayed in the Rusk High School gym, and the last few seconds of play "Brown Eyes" Ran dolph sunk two foul pitches that ended the game. High point for Kildare was Brown Eyes Randolph with 13 and high point of Rusk was Dover with 12 points. On Friday night, Jan. 17, the Kildare girls won their 13th game in a smashing victory of 39-15. High point for Kildare was Henson and Randolph with 8 points each and for Jefferson, Beene with 8 points. On Friday ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR The Citizens journal CASS COUNTY WOMEN LEAD IN RED CROSS WORK WITH LARGE SHIPMENT ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1941 Kildare School Has Great Girls Basketball Team He Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER FOUR cs WTi According to the teachings of Jesus, the second greatest com- mandment is "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thy self." When ask- ed who is our neighbor, He gave us the story of the good Samaritan, which teaches us plainly that it is anyone in need or distress whom we may serve. Prototype of the good Samari- tan in this chaotic war torn world, is the American Red Cross as it goes about the work of binding up the wounds of the world, healing and comforting and aiding the dis- tressed. Cass county is proud to have an active Red Cross chapter under the leadership of Dr. Joe D. Nichols, of Atlanta. The women of our county hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

I 1 'v ; bo <U> h«i hie V IV B) T) if w in st at C ti h h ci h c. n I c Funeral Rites Held V. D. Glass Sr. Passes for Mrs. Jettie Heath Away in Texarkana Mrs, Jettie Lowry Heath, age 67, died in a local hospital at 2:30 a. m., Thursday. Mrs. Heath was the wife of the late Abe Heath and l.cd made her home in Douglass- Ville, Texas for many years. Mrs. Heath's death takes from our community a truly great lov- able character and her sunny out- look on life will be missed and re- membered by all who came into contact with her. She is survived by one son, Ben Heath of New Boston, Texas; one daughter, Mrs. Ken Macy, of Atlan ta, Texas; six grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Addie Stephens, of Calhoun, La., and Mrs. J. T. Chappell, Monroe La., and two great grand children. The body remained in State at the Allday's Funeral Chapel until 9 a. m., Friday, when it was remov- ed overland to the family home in Douglassville until services, which were conducted at 2:80 p. m., at the Dougla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 1 BASKETBALL ONE OF THE BEST OF SPORTS By Patsy Ruth Groves Basketball is the most popular sport in the United States. At least, it is attended by more people than any other sport. In my opinion, nothing can compare with a last basketball game in a gym for real excitement. We need to, support our teams Mte, if we are to continue this finp sport in Atlanta High. Otir boys hiiVe be6n beaten only due®' this year, and they havb a &'ood chu,nve :t,o win the county eh^iwpjyri- sliip next mopth, But we roust bai;k tljpTOj. ; , noiri'-ii n\ uiiioil Below is a list of the boys and girls who are on the basketball squads this year: < ! ,DT8TVI Boys: Irwin Coates, Morris Rhea' Lee Daniels, Dick Smith, Jack Gar- neiy Weyland. ' Thomas, Arlington ^CnanVblee, Reagdn Albright, Rich-' %'^ard Johnson,) George Meats, Billy Bob Lambert,. J.,;, W. n A^xander, Slervin Jackson,: Raymond, -Ifiuro, and Johnson.gjrint: „;j '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

Br ■ t(M I ba <u. I ho ; lie I* ft lit Tl 1-1 \v in st 8« C u h h ci h e n B c # Mrs. Kelly Arnold Honored W ith Tea Given by Her Sisters Friday Afternoon Mrs. Jim Alexander and Mrs. C. i H. Sypert entertained Friday after j J/hodlSt rr . S. C. O. noon, January 24, at a beautiful ap- | it t J Meetinn pointed tea in the home of the for-1 tlvlUa Ltlctllliy mer on West Main Street, honor- ing their sister, Mrs. Kelly Arnold, soon to join her husband, Lt. Ar- nold in Brown wood, Texas. Greetings the guests at the door was Mrs. Byron Hefner. The re ceiving line was composed of Mrs. Jim Alexander, Mrs. Kelly Arnold (honoree) and Mrs. C, H. Sypert. For the occasion, the honoree wore a baby blue taffeta gown trimmed in burgandy velvet. The gown was designed with a tight bodice, drop shoulders and a bouf- fant skirt. Mrs. Alexander wore a Argentina red jersey, trimmed in gold, with high neck and long sleeves. Mrs. Sypert was attired in black marquisette, with trimmings of white lace and b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

' dtin ill illfttilrti THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1941 BUY AN S MILL Mrs. F. M. Elliott, Cor. On account of bad weather church wasn't very well attended last Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Smith is still very sick. Hope she has a speedy re- covery. Those enjoying the supper at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shaffers and family last Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. James Raleigh, Herchel Jones and son, Louie Stacks, Truitt Nolen, F. M. Elliott, Chester Stacks and Misses Maxine Frost, Mildred Harkey, Josephine Harkey, Hallie Smith," Mr. Jim Elliott and Hugh Stringer. We presented the play "The Black Cats" and we want to thank everyone for their kindness, especi- ally the Shaffer family for the nice supper. Miss Mable Shaffer spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. James Raleigh. Miss Ruth Harrison, who is at- tending school at Commerce spent last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Harrison. Mr. Hardy Lee Smith, who is working at El Paso, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith, also his w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

he I Ui Ti PI w in st s< C t< h h ci h c ii I c The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1879) J, W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered ai the Postoffico la Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday ol each week. Office 200 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign in Cass and Adjoining Counties THE One Year Six Months Three Months $1.500ne Year . l.OOSlx Months .... .MThree Months $1.00 .75 .50 WRIGHT PATMAN fezffisseiL WEEKLY MEWS LETTER CONGRESSMAN TEXAS ■ VW\s Aid to Britain:— The opponents of the Lend-Lease Bill admit that tremendous power should be given to the President in this emergency, but they object to the power given in the proposed bill. Much of the opposition is clearly political and inspired by partisan politics. Some of it is from honest, conscientious people, who are willing to submit to any terms to avoid trouble with an- other Nation, and others equally conscientious, who believe that our country is...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

f THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1941 QUEEN CITY Mrs. Frank Furry, Editor Inspiring Message:— A large congregation attended the Baptist Sunday evening ser- vices. For the scripture reading, Rev. Burkhalter used the second Psalm, following with a splendid sermon on "Overcomers." He call- ed to attention the staunch and true Christians who have from the ear- liest ages unto the present day, stood firmly for Christ in the face of untold persecution. In bringing his message to a close he pointed out the wonderful promise to "him that overcometh," as revealed in Rev. 2 and 3. Those who do not attend these services deprive them- selves of a great blessing. You will come away spiritually uplift- ed and inspired. Plan to attend the Sunday School and Training Union District Con- vention at Longview, Feb. 11. Prayer and business meeting Wednesday night, January 29. .1 S. S. Honor Rofll 1940:— Mesdames John D. Hanes, H. C. Ratcliff, R. H. Mills, Ben Ellington, L. C. Stanley, Ernest Griffin, W. B. Drape...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 January 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS I tou McLeod W. M. S. The W. M. S. of McLeod met Monday afternoon in the Good Ex- change church with the president, Mrs. Newman Land, presiding. The meeting was called to order and all sang, "There is a Name I Like to Hear," followed with pray- er by Mrs. J. D. Betts. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Mrs. Walton with roll call of twenty-five members present and two visitors. Mrs. Z. Lofton gave the devo- tional which was the 146th Psalm. A business meeting was held and good reports given. The president gave a list of goals for the coming year in which the society hopes to complete. Mrs. C. C. Willoughby was in charge of a program, "An Urgent Gospel Where We Live," taken from Royal Service in which Mes- dames McMasters, Land, McCor- mick, Bucklew and Lummus gave interesting discussions. Meeting was dismissed by Mrs. Carlyle. Enon Preachers Meet at Bethel The Enon Association Preachers Monthly Conference will be held with the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

f':yr \ > v'' ; - $£ ■- /;• Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens J SIXTY-SECOND YEAR Deep Wildcat for Miller County A Miller County geophysical wildcat prospect between the Ro- dessa field and the Paluxy sand field at Fouke, will be drilled im- mediately by Louark Producing |Co. (Standard of Louisiana.) f Location was staked last week for No. 1 Hendrick, center SE NE section 27-19-27, which will seek production from the Glen Rose, the zone in which Rodessa production is found around the 6,000 foot level. This company has long been in- terested in the geologically "frac- tured" area between the Rodessa southwest-northwest fault, and the basal fault that extends from East Texas through the Talco field into Southern Arkansas, influencing the formation of oil "traps" found pro- ductive In that state. Louark's parent company, Stan- dard of Louisiana, discovered the Fouke field in Miller county last year. It was productive in the P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 WANTED—LIFE MAGAZINE The librarians ask any students who have either the latest edition or older editions of Life Magazine, to please give them to the Library if they no longer want them. Also the January and February issues of Good Housekeeping are out and have not been returned. The Janu ary Readers Digest is also miss- ing. The librarians are making a book binding out of all of the monthly Reader's Digest, and the July 1940 issue has been lost. Students who know the whereabouts of this book please turn it into the Library. These books are being bound for the benefit of the students. We should acknowledge this by helping keep the books in the library. CAN YOU IMAGINE Harriett with a freckle? Virginia with make up on? Beeman buying a corsage ? Mr. Smith declaring a holiday? Inez not being "boy crazy?" Alfred proposing? Frances Riley being a tomboy ? Polly have one boy friend? Pat being still in a show? Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 «> QUEEN CITY Mrs. Frank Furry, Editor T. E. L. Clans Meeting:— The T. E. L. class of the Baptist church met at the church for the regular business and social meet- ing Thursday night. The president brought a good devotional. Mrs. Ben Ellington, secretary and treas urer showed our high points for February as well as the low. En- listment vice president, Mrs. H. C. Ratcliff recommended new plans for visitation with Group one in charge for the first week. Mrs. A. A. Burkhalter presented splendid paper on Stewardship. Class goals were set before the class by the teacher. Our attend- ance goal each Sunday, twenty. Surely we can see the value of at- tending regularly. Sick members were reported and remembered in prayer. Hostesses were Mesdames Perry Thomas and A. A. Burkhalter, serv ing eighteen members present. « Slumber Party:— The Slumber party at the Jullian home Friday was enjoyed by a large number of young folks. W. S. C. Meeting:— Woman's Division of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS thursday, february c, 1941 mm Myra Seal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 The Thursday Studs Club M(*ets Mrs.. Wank DmI was h>v«t<«5 TV Thursday St <#y CI K SO, in Vr komf on I fuis* Strf< a color sch«me of red. wMt* * }p<'or t<s} t.V howso. Vn I livinjr room, colorful with *ru# arran£*>nw.t$ of wvi *tk blue k <j«ets. *ith t*a Nut can^lw wfetae f>u>ruh holders on the man the h.-istoss received >*T pw^ts Mrs, W«v And Mrsv Bland:«« *-fre Iwwmd and wck-omod as th w members; Students United in Marriac/e in Denton Miss Charting Penn of Atlanta, ana Fr.U Eraatz of Waco, students at the Teachers Colics*, were war- ned Saturday afternoon at the Mrs. Wesley Duck Atlanta Woman's Honored with Shou^r Club Entertained A very enjoyable meeting of the Atlanta Woman's Club was held Thursday afternoon, January 80th, Mesdaaws Yelroer Glass, Edwin Taylor and Miss Freda Glass were hostesses at a shower at the home of Mr....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS The Citizens Journal (Founded 1819) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postofflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second cIusb mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Oil Ice 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 118 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 - flSThree Months 50 Leita Reeder to Marry Charles Davis Invitations are being received announcing the coming marriage of Charles Davis and Miss Leita Reeder. "The Rev. and Mrs. James Wes- ley Reeder request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Leita to Mr. Char- les Russell Davis, Wednesday, the twelfth of February, at eight o'clock in the evening, First Metho- dist Church, Hughes Springs." Miss Reeder holds degrees from Southern Methodist University, Dallas- Mr. Davis is a teller in the First Nationa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

IJJJJi-,,. THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 7 HAPPENINGS IN MEIUODISM not in halves or quarters but as a whole. One of the points of continuous trouble in the world is the differ- ence between races. The white, the black, the yellow, the red, the Jew, the Gentile .... wherever these different races come together points of tension grow up. Their customs are different. The lan- guage and idiomatic expressions often are different. The back- grounds are different. If we are ever to have peace, a better under- standing must be developed be- tween the different culture groups. Mays will present a study of the work which our author made among the primitive peoples of the world. Mr. Mays is very capable and we are expecting a fine discussion of the work. All the men of the church are urged to be present. Do not be blind and unknowing about the work of your church. Keep up even if it means stretching a few of the wrinkles out of your mind and hear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

1 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 5# KIDNAP S.S.Vam Bine AUTOCASTEK SECOND INSTALLMENT Synopsis of what has happened During the night Kasper Renting was kidnapped. Philo Vance with District Attorney Markham go to the Renting home there to meet Sergeant Heath of the Homicide Bureau. Renyon Renting and Mrs. Renting, the brother and wife of the kidnapped man. Present also is Eldridge Fleel, the Renting family attorney. Mrs. Renting tells of find ing the kidnap note and of over- hearing a rough looking man threat en her husband about a week pre- viously. Now Go On With The Story "Yes. Several days later, the same man came again, and an even more sinister looking individual was with him. I got only the merest glimpse of them as Rasper led them into this room and closed the door." "I hardly think these two mys- terious callers," Renyon Renting commented with pompous finality, "have any connection with Rasper's kidnapping." "Can you be sure of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 February 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS Claude H. Hill, formerly with Cargile Motcr Co., Texarkana, is now with Edward Blakey as Bales- man, selling new and used cars. USED CAR SPECIALS 1937 Chev. Std. Tudor. 1936 Chevrolet Master Tudor with trunk. Fred McClung, original owner. 1937 Ford Tudor with trunk. 1937 Studebaker Coupe 1935 Dodge 4-Door. 1935 Plymouth 4-Door. 1935 Chevrolet Pickup. 1933 Reo 4-Door. 1931 Plymouth 4-Door. 1932 Buick Convertable. Beau- tiful Blue with cream wheels. 6 Cheap Cars—Priced to sell SEE THEM AT Blakey's Used Car Lot Ernest Grumbles Speaks to Rotarians Dr. Ernest W. Grumbles spoke to the Rotary club last Thursday noon on the importance of attend- ance. February has been designat- ed as one hundred per cent attend- ance month for the year. Rotary is built upon attendance and the fine fellowship thereby attained. Sitting around the lunch board and discussing the affairs of the day for an hour, puts you in a better mind to cope with the rest of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

Co Ad for Cou SIX'. ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941 RNAL Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER SIX ilai i Ste Mu . Gr? mg f Go Oi gas it) ticula the pany the 6, by Prepared by the Arkansas Louisi ana Gas company, this picture was designed to familiarize consumers with the actual operation of the natural gas industry, to show them the many processes through which the gas must go on its trip from the well to the burner tip, and to acquaint them with the many prob- lems with which the industry is faced and demonstrate how these problems are solved. The picture is authenic in every detail. It shows seismograph crews locating potential gas fields, gas wells being drilled, and a well blowing in and being shut off. There are actual views of main line construction and the installation of distribution lines. Animation is used to show how the gas is trans , ported through the lines, how river crossings are built, how breaks are re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

'< the citizens, journal, atlanta, cass county, texas HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM * Mrs. Beatrice English visited in the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Earl English Saturday after- noon. We are sorry that Mrs. Mary Gibson is still bedfast, and hope for her a quick recovery. Visitors in the home of Mrs. J. A. Gibson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sherman and daughter Ma- rie and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gib- son and Mrs. Othella Whitehorn. Our pastor Bro. Robert Dooley of Linden at dinner in the A. M. Gibson home Sunday. o On the 19th of this month, which happens to be a week from next Wednesday night, the men of the church will have their first ban- quet of the year. The arrange- ments are beginning to take on all the appearances of a fine and glorious affair. We are expecting at least seventy-five men to be pre- sent at the Memorial building on Wednesday the 19th. Mr. Lupton Willis, Mr. George Groves and Mr. Hunter McWilliams have charge of the arrangement ...

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