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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ' HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM mr | 4 ■®p «.? ! 0 The world has its ears and eyes attuned toward certain geographic centers. Berchtesgaden, Rome, Tokyo, Singapore, Vichey, London, Moscow and Sofia. Also, since Saturday night Washington. What a different world it would be if all who make up the great and small cities of the world would find their way to some church and there with- out any sermon, without any voice from the contemporary scene of greed and hate, "Be still and know that I am God." The foundation for ultimate peace must arise from the hearts of people who have made that discovery. Coming from any other foundation it will be as fra- gile as the peace of the last twen- ty-five years have been. Men may fight over geographic /li and military centers but the spiri- \ V tual center of the world is the hu- man heart in which God has been enthroned. It is that heart which holds the key to the future. "Leave n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS DMJE3 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Indian Hill's Country Club Dance For Oklahomians Thursday Night Thursday Study Club to Present Sociology Professor And again the Indian Hill Coun- try Club will offer a most out- standing evening of entertainment, Thursday, March 20 at 9:30 p. m. All members and their out of town guests and especially do we invite the Oklahoma Indians. Charles Mitchell and his orches- tra will furnish that ever popular swing music. This is the third engagement this orchestra has played in Atlanta. If you want to swing your part- ner and enjoy the evening with friends, be there. You'll have a swell evening. Admission $1.50 a couple. il Methodist W. S. C. S. Hold Meeting The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service of the Atlanta Metho- dist church met Monday at 3 p. m. in the church educational building with 30 members present. The meeting opened with a song which was followed by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

I ng l's | y. vn lol. for lug [O pnt li- lies lol. Ian fta, ires Jted (pie on- C. |am sed 5 Bom Ion- pin ling: b ard prm our tien as |or- le- lieir lan- lap- Igh- pon, Ir. 9. Ifor liss Ide- Irv- in lere (nee of I He lent \\ng vill lide- cou- THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Mrs. Tommie Little Entertains Mrs. Tommie Little entertained Tuesday afternoon with a shower, honoring Mrs. Paschal Childs, whose home was recently destroyed by fire. The house was decorated with spring flowers. , Games were played during the 6542 PRIZES iga/coNTfST evenr wcth Blue's Service Station And Grocery afternoon with Mrs. Jay Clements as leader. Mrs. Childs was presented many lovely gifts from friends. The hostess was assisted in the serving by Mrs. D. Williams, Tex- arkana; Miss Lorine Little, Mrs. Raymond Taylor, Mrs. Clark Bir- mingham. Cake and punch was served to 55 present. Those sending gifts, num- bered about 35. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lynn, of Atla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

•'•"TriHIMIIMy' ■■ ■ • .-v •1 W* ■ - \ CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CON- STRUCTION Sealed proposals for constructing 13.682 miles of Flexible Base shoul- ders and Cut-Back Asphalt Con- crete Pavement from Linden to <ne-mile east of Hughes Springs Highway No. 11, covered by ''vol 218-5 & 6-6 & 7, in Cass fvv, will be received at the High .T department, Austin, until . ,M., March 25, 1941, and n cly opened and read. The try Civ, generally prevailing in standingwluch are listed be- Thursdajippjy as minimum wage All memiose employees employ- guests anvjjy jjjg Contractor, on the Oklaho ' Charles , _ a s ° ~ s S1 g J M a a, s I g oi 3 a bo o CU CONTRACTORS' NOTICE TEXAS HIGHWAY CON- STRUCTION OF tra will fr swing > w- -i rt ... -o & <g £ s! ll a £-< <D o Shovel or Crane Operator. $8.00 Mechanic 8.00 Asphalt Raker 4.00 Roller Operator 4.00 Distributor Driver or Oper- ator - 4.00 Tractor or Blade Operator 4.00 Truck Driver (Over 1 Vi tons) 4.00 Fireman (A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS FROM THE ATLANTA C. OF C. By R. L. White The Junior Chamber of Com- merce is out to help the farmers get plenty of Sereeia hay • and crushed sweet potatoes, dried for mule, milk cow, beef cow or hog feed. The Sereeia program is well under way. Many hundred of pounds of seed are being bought this year according to Jim Dunlap, prominent Atlanta farmer. They are a bit higher this year. I've just ordered 300 pounds. It grows well in Cass county and while it is as good as alfalfa to feed, we can't grow alfalfa at all. I am told that after it is three years old you can pasture it. Pastures that are over 50 years old are reported in Korea, 3where this crop recently came from kind it is especially valuable on , drought years when all other clo- vers fail. A. A. Burkhalter, prominent far- mer, endorsed the move to make feed from the sweet potatoes. Keep out disease, fertilize well and 250 bushels of the sweet potatoes are easily attained. Do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

-* — mam, ZSOST THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TExk.3 QUEEN CITY Mm. Frank Furry, Editor Thursday Club:— The members of the Thursday Club by special invitation were as- sembled in Club session Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. A. A. Burkhalter. The president in the chair, open- ed with prayer in unison. Roll call wa3 answered with Bible puo- tations. Reports from the com- mittees. Mrs. Goodson reported helps ordered for the next pro- gram outline. Mrs. Davidson most beautifully addressed us on the subject "Wo- men in Stewardship," after which the leader introduced the program with Mesdames E. E. Griffin, Mc- Alister, Furry and Goodson taking part in an especially splendid pro- gram. The hostess served a lovely lun- cheon and each member expressed appreciation for the hospitality of this home. The next meeting will be March 20th, with Mrs. O. S. Davidson. Baptist Church News:— Mrs. R. E. Blaylock was hostess to the Womans Missionary Society...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

* iT;,~ THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS [kidnap mubeb^. S.S.Van Bine * AUTOCA.WEK m EIGHTH INSTALLMENT SYNOPSIS Kaspar Renting disappears. Phi- lo Vance, District Attorney Mark- ham and Sergeant Heath of the Homicide Bureau investigate the Renting home and question Renyon Renting and Mrs. Renting, Raspars brother and wife in the presence of Eldridge Fleel, Ren ting family attorney. Vance doubts the kidnapping story. He further questions Weems, the butler, Mrs. Renting's mother, Mrs. Falloway and son Fraim Falloway, and Por- ter Quaggy, raconteur friend of Raspar's and last person to be with him. All reveal an undercurrent of hostility to Raspar. At this time a ransom note arrives demanding $50,000 and freedom from police interference. Vance and Markham consult the Rentings and Fleel, the lawyer. It is decided to allow the police a free hand in dealing with the supposed kidnappers. Now Go On With The Story "I think I'll go down to my office...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 March 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1941 ( "SPORTS" MEET "REBELS'^HERE FRIDAY O-C Indians Meet Tulsa Sunday First of Six Exhibition Games The Oklahoma City Indians will open their spring exhibition sche- dule in Atlanta, Sunday afternoon at two o'clock when they will cross bats with the Tulsa Oilers. All fans of Atlanta and trade territory are urged to witness this game and all other games at the city park. Ad- mission will be 50c. Expanding to 22 members, with three still outside the fold, Okla- homa City's baseball team slowly started taking shape this week in spite of unfavorable weather con- ditions that retarded spring drills. First action under fire found the Indians giving a fine account of themselves in a doubleheader that sent one squad to Marshall against Tulsa and another to Shreveport. The Yannigans had a good laugh on the first stringers by virtue of their 8-2, 12-inning encounter with the Tulsans, while the varsity was dropping a toug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR Cass County Leads State In Volunteers Word has just been received from State Headquarters that the Cass County Draft Board is the only Board in the State having filled all its calls with volunteers. This is in- deed an enviable record to be the only one out of 350 boards in the state. Cass county can keep this i record up if everyone in the county will take a part and encourage ev- ery young man who is single and unemployed to get into the army now. ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 Cass County Farmer Leads Delegation 0 'j > >8 The following letter was receiv- ed from Congressman Wright Pat- man: "I desire to congratulate you on the splendid report. Cass county has made a wonderful record and as the county of my birth and one that I shall always consider my old home county,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

-- -V - • ' • - * ' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, PASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRKLL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoftlce In Atlanta, TexM, olui maU^tter^ l ue<l Thursday ot each week, qiflce 208 East Hiram street—Phone No. 118 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) One Year ^ -JTT. «U.O Thre«"°3tonth ZZH — • QUEEN CITY Mrs. Frank Furry, Editor Our Editor Returns:— Our readers will be pleased to learn that Mrs. J. E. Ellington has returned home after an extended visit in Shreveport and other points. We are glad to welcome her back and she will be taking over the Journal work next week. The writer wishes to thank Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Beaver and all others who have so kindly assisted in re- porting Queen City news during absence of Mrs. Ellington. Luncheon for Mrs. W. Clements Jr. Mrs. Ella Nash entertained at her home in Texarkana with a love ly luncheon in honor of Mrs. Wes- ley Clements Jr. Mrs. Clements was pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS I I HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM Of all the deadly things in the world, indifference is the worst. Indifference doesn't fight back. In- difference doesn't offer a substitute action. Indifference doesn't give an argument to the contrary. In- difference doesn't say anything that really matters. Indifference just doesn't. That's all that can be said about indifference—it doesn't. It lets a lovely thought, or a wonder ways that we can say it—that re- ligion, faith, morality, righteous- ness, do not matter, is indeed an unpardonable sin. Even God can't overcome the destructive power stop, Our Appreciation To Atlanta People To you folks in Atlanta! We | wish to express our deepest appre- ciation of the lovely way in which j you extended helping hands to two i people far away from home and in distress. Never, in all the places that it has been our lot to visit, have we seen so many nice people. The people make up any co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

mtmwmMwm, -.1% r - C'$ *■>! %!!' ' I THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 = What-So-Ever Monthly Social The What-So-Ever class of the Methodist church met Friday night in the Educational building for their monthly meeting and supper. The hostesses, Mrs. Paul Jackson, Mrs. Paul Allen, Mrs. W. A. Gage Jr., Miss Ola Belle Robinson and Miss Mattie McConnell served a delicious plate supper. The president called the meeting to order. Mrs. Jimmie Nelson gave the devotional from Luke 12:40-48. The thought for the day — "To serve the present age My calling to fulfill; O may it all my powers engage To do my Master's Will. During the business hour plans were made to divide the class into two sides for a contest. The cap- tains to be selected later. Mrs. Joe McClung and Miss Mar- garet Ellington will serve on a com mittee to select a study course for discussion next meeting. For Sunday, April 20, Mrs. Paul Jack...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Results County Meet Announced Results of the two-day Ca^s County Interscholastic League meet held at Linden, Friday and Satur- day, March 21-22. were announced this week by director general 0. B Johnson, of Queen City. All events of the meet have not been complet- ed, Mr. Johnson said, and for this reason it is impossible at this time to tell who will be all-round cham- pions in each class. The tennis meet is being held in Atlanta today and the track and field meet will be held in Atlanta, Saturday of this week. Results of meet at Linden are as follows: Boys Debate: Royce Waters and Charles Kennedy, Atlanta, first. Girls Debate: Modene Francis and Louise Hosch, McLeod, 1st; Jo Martin and Dorothy Goodson of Hughes Springs, 2nd. ■ Shorthand: Marie Ray, Atlanta, 1st; Jacquelyn Wright, Bloomburg 2nd; Annette Davis, Atlanta, 3rd. Typing: Ross Lanier, Linden, 1; Jane Roach, Atlanta, 2nd; Mavis Jo Frost, Atlanta, 3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

Av& ■&: mrt :■ ■■ • iRWi A\«l ' fspjs m SI® ppf;> THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 AHS STUDENTS MAKE ALL "A" HONOR ROLL Nineteen Atlanta high school students met requirements for list ing on the school's "All-A" honor roll for the first six-weeks period of the second semester. They are as follows: Billie Jean Boone, Roy Brobham, Elizabeth Brooks, James Cash, An- nette Davis, Johnny Dees, H. A. Fincher, Martha Kate Fitts, Lois Hunter, Dorothy Lovelace, Jewel- ine Malone, Inez McAlister, Evelyn Moore, Marie Ray, Jane Roach, Minnie Lee Salmon, Norma Jean Thompson, and Erdyce Waites. Twenty-one made at least half A'a and some B's. They are: Betty Joyce Borland, Alfred Brank, Mary Jo Cameron, Mavis Jo Frost, Robert Lee Gage, Fran- ces Irene Jackson, Melvin Jackson, Charles Kennedy, Johnnie Bill Liv- ingston, Velna Parker, Raymond Plum, Harold Pritchard, Frances Riley, Geraldine Riley, Sarah Sas- ser, Betty Scantland, Melva Thom- as, E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 5 KIDNAP MII1ER $.S.Vam Din*? autoca-vleh NINTH INSTALLMENT reached the ground and took a synopsis tighter hold on my automatic. Kaspar Renting disappears, phiio Vance, Vance brushed by me from around District Attorney Murkham and Sergeant ... , , , .... ._ . . Heath of the Homicide Bureau investigate I the tree and stood directly in front the Renting home and question Kenyon Renting and Mrs. Renting, Kaspar's bro- ther and wife, In the presence of Eldrldge Flecl, Renting family attorney. Vance doubts the kidnapping story. He further questions Weems, the butler, Mrs. Kent- lng's mother, Mrs. Falloway, and son Fralm Falloway, and Porter Quaggy, ra- conteur friend of Raspar's and last per- son to be with him. All reveal an under- current of hostility to Raspar, At this time a ransom note arrives demanding *50,000 and freedom from police lnterfer- Vice. Vance and Murkham consult the „ Kentlngs and Flcel, their ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 March 1941

> • , . MARCH 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS - ;xas Defense Guard Act of 1941 Now In Force AN ACT to create a Texas Defense Guard in the State of Texas during such time as any part of the National Guard is in active Federal service; to provide for the organization, maintenance, training and disci- pline thereof and rules and regula- tions necessary thereto; providing tenure of enlistment and vesting the Govemor with authority to disband or demobilize units of the Texas Defense Guard in conjunc- tion with the return of the Na- tional Guard units provided all units of the Texas Defense Guard will be disbanded or demobilized in accordance with the provisions of Section 01 of the National De- fense Act; providing a saving clause; repealing all Acts or parts of Acts inconsistent therewith; providing a title for the Act; and declaring an emergency. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Section 1. Authority and Name. Whenever any part of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 April 1941

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR AT THE CAPITOL ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1941 NUMBER THIRTEEN Cass County Kids To Visit Atlanta April 17 The Legislative Investigating Committee of the Public Welfare Board dealing Specially with the Old Age Assistance division has completed its investigations and made its report to the House of Representatives. The Committee composed of: Gene McNamara, Marvin Simpson, Houston McMurry, Jewell Helpin- still, and Newton W. McCann read > to the House a 12-page report tak- en from a voluminous amount of evidence gathered in six different sections of Texas. The committee made in addition to its findings recommendations for legislation which, if carried out, will eliminate much of the present dissatisfaction among the appli- cants and recepients of old a<e as- sistance. Those r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 April 1941

W- THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, PASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL S, 1941 IN METHODISM On Palm Sunday, long years ago a strange Man followed by a few of his disciples made a strange pil- grimage into the city of Jerusalem. It was a lovely day just as all Palm Sundays usually are. The crowd was hilarious, that is, all but a few who wanted to cut out the noise. The central figure of the events of that week rode upon a mule. A slow moving, unpreten- tious mule, who neither knew nor cared what was happening. The end of the week would bring death on the cross but the strange Man was riding triumphantly into the city on that day. So the powerful events of Easter week began to unroll themselves. Jesus gave a magnificant signature to the work which he had been do- If you knew you had only one week to live no doubt you would be greatly interested in what Christ did and said during His last week. (We have no promise of that much time.) But since we have no de- finite knowledge that this i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 April 1941

• <*■ THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1941 Marietta News T. B. Randolph Last Sunday was a banner day in the work of our church. We had 200 in S. S. Every teacher except one' was present. The Mens' Class taught by J. A, Penny, had 39 pres- ent. We had 57 in Training Union, Sunday night. Two fine congrega- tions to hear the pastor preach. The TEL class enjoyed a social Satur- day afternoon at the home of their teacher, Mrs. J. A. Penny—35 were present. This class is doing a won- derful work in reaching the older women of the community. We had set as a goal in attendance for Eas- ter Sunday, 200, since we have al- ready reached that number we are raising our goal to 225. The good results that are coming to us is the result of cooperation on the part of all our folks. "We are workers to- gether." May the good work con- tinue. Week-end Visitors D. A. Wommack, wife and daugh ter, Thelma Jean, of Longview, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A M. Wommack. Leonard Harris and wife, of Lake Charles, La.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 April 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1941 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Mrs. Mattie Smoot Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Mattie Smoot celebrated her 85th birthday in the home of her son W. C. Smoot and wife of Anti. She is in fairly good health 'for her age. Visitors for the occasion were a daughter, Mrs. Annie Williams of Goose Creek and another daughter, Mrs. Alice Montgomery and grand children, Tiny Montgomery and wife and two children; Johnnie Montgomery and great-grand son, all of California; Mr. and Mrs. I'odd and mother of Queen City. Afternoon visitors Mr. Bill Hicks and family. Grandmother Smoot has ten chil- dren, 47 grand children and 58 great grand children and one great great-grand-child. A very delicious dinner was serv- ed to all. She received many lovely gifts. We wish for her many, many, more happy birthdays. A Guest Birthday Dinner Rev. Grady Thompson and his little grand-daughter Elizabeth Ann Wall celebrated their 45th and ...

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