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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

rivr'A TJCTAU THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS © QUESTIONS ON NEW FARM ACT AN- SWERED BY STATE DEPARTMENT I/) COLLEGE STATION — Many questions dealing with the new farm act, and especially with the cotton marketing quota, were re- cently answered by Geo. Slaughter, Wharton, chairman of the Texas Agricultural Conservation Commit- tee, in the course of a radio talk over WTAW of the Texas A. and M. College. Among questions which have been bothering producers and which were answered by Slaughter were "If marketing quotas are approved on cotton, how v ill they be put into effect on individual farms?" and "will farms producing cotton in 1938 for the first time in recent years receive allotments?" To the question, "How do cotton marketing under the new farm act differ from the quotas under the Bankhead Act?" Slaughter replied, "Under the Bankhead Act each cot- ton producer received a poundage allotment and paid a tax on all cot- ton ginned in excess of that all...

Publication Title: Citizens Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

w< J mk THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS AN ORDINANCE CREATING A BOARD OF HEALTH IN THE CITY Of ATLANTA, TEXAS AND ESTABLISHING RULES AND REGULATIONS PRO- TECTING THE HEALTH OF SAID CITY, ESTABLISH- ING QUARANTINE STA- TIONS, PEST HOUSES AND PROVIDING FOR THE ADOP- TION OF A NECESSARY CODE OF LAWS TO PROTECT THE INHABITANTS FROM CONTAGIOUS AND INFEC- TIOUS DISEASES AND PRO- VIDING FOR THE INSPEC- TION OF ALL ESTABLISH- MENTS AND PLACES WHERE FOOD OR DRINK FOR HU- MAN CONSUMP TION IS MANUFACTURED, HANDLED, SOLD OR EXPOSED TO SALE, AND REGULATING THE CHARACTER AND STANDARD OF SUCH ARTICLES of FOOD AND DRINK SO SOLD OR OF- FERED FOR SALE AND AR- RANGING FOR THE INSPEC- TION THEREOF, AND PRO- VIDING FOR THE INSPEC- TION AND REGULATION OF SANITARY CONDITIONS OF ALL PREMISES AND VACANT LOTS WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS AND MORE EFFEC- TUALLY PROVIDING FOR THE PREVENTION and CON- TROL OF DISEASES AND ABATEMENT OF NUISAN- CES, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE, WITHIN THE CORPORATION LIMITS OF THE CITY O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

* xrTA TKTT A A THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS McLEOD Edited by Lois Lusby The boys are interested in track and field since the basketball sea- son is over. The industrial arts de- partment constructed a vaulting box, toe boards, vaulting stand- THE DIAMOND SHOP A complete stock of all na- tionally advertised jewelry Elgin, Hamilton and Bulova Watches Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing In Marie's Ready to Wear Main Street — Atlanta ards, etc. and we have just reeciv- ed two new poles, shot, and dis- cus. Buster Hicks, Doyle Thomas, Happy Johnson, Royce Peacock, Leonard Corley, Horace Barnes and Bill Neiman are showing up as some good prospects. The Junior boys are working on basketball; these boys led by Troy Hayes may prove to be the dark horse entries in the county meet. McLeod officials are planning a gym and foot ball field for pro- jects to be completed this summer. SINCERELY HELPFUL ALWAYS ALU) AY'S Funeral Home ['hone 290 Seventh Grade Ncwb We a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

NATION UNITES IN DRIVE BY SPON- SORING NATIONAL USED CAR WEEK NEW YORK— A national drive to sweep the American automobile industry out of the current reces- sion and stimulate American busi- ness generally wa sannounced by Alvin Maccauley, speaking for all American automobile manufactur- er and the nation's 46,000 automo- bile dealers. The campaign, to be known as "National Used Car Exchange Week" and scheduled for March 6 to 12, is an outgrowth of recent conferences at the White House be- tween President Roosevelt and the leaders of the automobile industry Mr Maccauley said. The President has been advised of plans for the campaign, which is the first co- operative effort ever undertaken in which all American automobile manufacturers have taken part. The campaign is timed at the outset of the spring selling season when both new and used cars us- ually begin to move in greatest volume, Mr. Maccauley said. It is aimed primarily at stimulating the disposal of used car stocks now in dea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

0) « fi) ♦) THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938 A VTA TETAS THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Delta Kappa Gamma Birthday Tea The Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma entertained with a beautiful tea Saturday af- ternoon in celebration of its 4th birthday in the home of Mrs. Otha King Miles. Co-hostesses were Mrs Tilford Hughes, Mrs. Wade Aday and Miss Ruth McClung. The re- ception rooms were attractively dec ■orated with numerous arrange- ments of spring flowers. Meeting was called to order by president. Miss Susye Robison, a charter member, spoke on the ear- ly days of the chapter. Mrs. John R. Taylor spoke on the chapter at present. Mrs. Otha King Miles discussed Delta Kappa Gamma as a state and national organization. Mrs. Miles was the first president of the Up- silon chapter. All the guests joined in singing the Delta Kappa Gam- ma songs. Miss Mary Snipes had charge of the White Elephant sale which was quite entertaining and successful. Guests were then invited into the dining roo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938 I A Plan Whereby Every Farmer In Cass County May Purchase A Dairy Herd We mentioned a plan some time ago by which money could be rais- ed to buy cows to be distributed to those who were selling cream to the Blue Valley Station? in Atlanta. First, I wish to say that I believe in helping those who try to help themselves. If one does not make an effort to help himself, he is not worthy of help. I know that there will be some people who will rear back against the brest yoke and criticize this plan to build up a dairy business and to secure better cows for the farmers but when this plan is thoroughly understood I believe it will be endorsed one hundred per cent by both farmers and business men alike. This plan will give incentive to a more brotherly attitude toward each other. It is a mutual plan. The business men will cooperate because of their mutual connec- tions with the farmers and for the upbuilding of the communoty. The...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

THURSDAY, MARCH 10,1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Continued from page Four 0) • ♦7) ♦> each be stamped "Cold Storage." 4. AH confectionary, dates, dried foods, berries, bananas, butter, cheese, bakeiy products and ail foods subject to contamination, on sale or display and not other wise specifically provided for in this or- dinance as to the method of display and handling must be properly pro- tected from careless handling or contamination by flies, dust, ver- min, rodents, filth, insects or other means of contamination. 6. No building, place or room which is dilipidated, in such state of repair or of such construction that it can not be kept in a sani- tary condition, shall be used as a place for the preparation, manu- facture, sale, distribution or stor- age of any food product for human consumption, and the owner of any such place or building shall not permit it to be used for such pur- *pose. Each day such place might be so used shall constitute a sepa- rate offens...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

I 1: Kildare News Rev. J. P. Olive, Atlanta, filled his appointment at Baptist church Sunday morning and evening, and brought great messages each ser- vice. Mrs. Olive and little grand- daughter came with him. Masters Eugene Simmons, Billy Bob McCrary and Charles Alexan- der are on sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bur Haggard and daughter, of Linden, spent Sunday in C. M. Haggard home. Flay Speer, of Oil City, spent one day last week with Mrs. I. D. Speer and family. Mrs. Will Hill returned to At- lanta, Sunday, after spending few days in Waylon Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. W. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. G. Griffin, Queen City, spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shelton. Miss Fay Fields, of Pittsburg, visited home folks here Saturday night and Sunday. Ralph Wright, Fort Worth, visit- ed his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wright over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blakey of Atlanta, were guests Friday night in C. M. Nelson home. Jack Camp, Homer, La., visited his family here Saturday and ma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

• A xrTA TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Editors: Myrtice Riley and Betty Jo Hogan DEBATORS The debators both boys and girls are leaving for Wichita Falls next Thursday. The boy team, Gordon McLendon and L. V. Ray, also the firls team, Ann Mae Jerome and rancis Morris will enter the tour- nament to be held there Friday and Saturday. They entered one in Dallas last week end and won two out of three debates. F. F. A. The Future Farmers organiza- tion will visit the Fat Stock Show at Fort Worth, Friday and Satur- day, March 11 and 12. The boys have been practicing and will enter several contests in Fort Worth. NOTICE The Cass County Interscholastic League Executive Committee went on record -of voting to change the place of the senior high girls and junior high boys basket ball tour- nament to Kildare and the junior girls basket ball to Linden. Both events to be held on their original date. Senior girls and junior boys March 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS —At the Theatres— — TEXAN — Thursday (last times) March 10. Carole Lombard, Fredric March in "Nothing Sacred." Friday, (family day) March 11. Patsy Kelly, Lyda Roberta, Lynn Overman in "Nobody's Baby " Kids BcJtill 4:80. Adults 10c day or night Saturday (double feature) March 12. Don Terry, Rosalind Keith in "Dangerous Adventure", also Tom Keene in "God's Country and the Man." Saturday Preview 11 p.m. Jean Parker, Douglas Montgomery in "Life Begins With Love." Sunday and Monday, March 13-14 Dick PoWell, Frances Langford in "Hollywood Hotel." Tuesday, March 15, Don Terry, Jacqueline Wells, in 'Paid to Dance Wednesday and Thursday, March 16 and 17. Eleanor Powell, Nelson Eddy in "Rosalie." Friday (family day) March 18. Spencer Tracey, Franchot Tone in "They Gave Him A Gun." Kids 5c# til 4:30. Adults 10c day or night. — STATE — Thursday and Friday, March 10- 11. Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert in "It Happened One Night." Saturday and Sunday, March 12...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

* VT A TBTTAa FIFTY-NINTH YEAR The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1938 NUMBER TEN ALONG THE WAY — BY US -r We are glad to be at home again after some time in hospital bed. Hope to soon be able bo be at the office. We were appreciative of the flowers received from the Atlanta Rotary club, First Baptist church, Albert Thrasher, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Callicoatte, Davis Chesley Johnson, i & Morris Flowers and others, and ™ for the many letters and cards of? sympathy and many visitors during our illness. May we greet you in person soon. * * * * I The sanest move taken by the State Highway Department was recently when they appointed an engineer whose duty it is to inves- tigate all highway accidents and issue corrective methods. And es- pecially in making l-eports and plans for the elimination of all curves, crossings and hazardous j drivers—these to be eliminated as soon as possible. A hard set rule .should be set by the highway de- partment- that no fut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

' I'jpRK! Queen City News Mrs. C. Hightower, Mrs. R. A. Sheppherd and sons, Bob and Bill, Houston visited here over the week «I H Saturday afternoon was spent in Lewis. Sunday for the day the family gathered in W. C. Powell- Roach home. Mr. and Mrs. Jannie Powell and son Jimmy; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Roach, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ross Powell and Jane Ross, Josephone, Evelyn and Sue Powell joining the house party, comprising 18 for dinner, honoring the happy home coming of the Houston folk. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey moved Saturday to Stamps, Ark., where Mr. Dempsey is employed in the oil fields. They will be great- ly missed, having lived among us for two years and much loved by all. ARCH 17 THURSDAY TEXAS THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA The Methodist - Prayer Meeting of Wednesday are well attended. The ladies surprised the group last ■week by serving punch and cake. Rev. Riley has made the hours most interesting and the singing has been drawing inteerst. Callie C. Daniel continues to be very i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

I® %) THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Kildare News Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey and children of Atlanta spent Thursday In J. F. Ramsey and H J. Wright homes. Mr. and Mrs. Elmory Atkins of Texarkana spent last Sunday in J. H. Robinson home. Misses Bobbie Hill and Beth Sparkman visited relatives in At- lanta over the week end. Mrs. Roy Fields, Misses Francis Fields and Mildred Simmons were Linden visitors Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Nelson Misses Hill and Sparkman were Saturday visitors in Shreveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vestel and daughter Mrs. Elsie Cannon of Huf fines spent Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brasher. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Taylor of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Taylor of- Vivian, La., and Will Taylor of Mansfield, La., spent Sunday here in Mrs. J. K. Heath home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Ernest Simmons and son Eugene, visited their sister, Mrs. Viola Thames Wednesday and Thursday in Shreveport hospital who con- tinues very...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

' ' , .'.v/- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Society Gleaner Class Has Lovely Party The Gleaners met in the spacious and beautiful new home of Mrs. Jim Alexander on Wednesday evening, March 9. The living1 room and hall were beautifully decorated with jonquils while on the table in the dining room was a low bowl of caudyfreft, white and green carnations and fern. The house was called to order by the president, Mrs. John Ban- ner. Miss Julius Crawford acting as leader. The following program was rendered. Song, prayer, song. Devotional, Mrs. Wade Aday. Mrs. Aday's theme was Christian Service and the scripture reading was Mark 12. Trumpet and clarinet duet, "The Waltz You Saved For Me, Gold Mine in the Sky" by Phillip Fouche and Roy Price Jr. Users Say .... YOU CAN'T BEAT SWIFT'S b- 4 For Bringing Home The Cotton Consider these e*.perimental results: Fifty experimental plots at various points in Alabama over an eight-year period show that a ton of 6-8-4 fer- tilizer produces 531 mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

) G > 9 ) O vo ^THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1938 Locals We prepare mixed boxes for the | cemetery on request. MORRIS FLOWERS! Royce C. Wood and family are now living in Portland, Texas. He is employed by the Groce Parish Wholesale eompany, Corpus Chiis- ti, Texas. Bruce Bomar, wife and baby and Mrs. E. W. King visited them in Portland last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jackson and Bon Gerald spent week end in Gardner home, west of Atlanta. Mrs. Floyd Newkirk and little daughter, Glenna Jane, will leave Thursday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Hicks in Nash- ville, Ark. See us before buying your Eas- ter Plants. MORRIS FLOWERS. Miss Johnnie Elder of Queen City, and Miss Peggy Lyles were Sunday visitors in Gardner home. Mrs. J. E. Powell of Texarkana ""exarkana visited last week end Mrs. T. J. Swint. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newkirk and daughter, Glenna Jane, visited in \ \ home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles New j kirk, Texarkana, Friday-Sunday. Easter Lillies at MORRIS FLOWERS! T. M. Gardner of At...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

A Plan Whereby Every Farmer In Cass County May Purchase A Dairy Herd This article is a continuation in part of my article you read in last weeks issue of this paper in regard to the plan to buy cows. I am not asking txjo much of the farmers or the business men to co- operate with this plan as it is a plan by which the farmers can pay a very small amount each week that perhaps they could not, or would not, otherwise do. It is a plan that will receive cooperation ■of all the business men. The cost to them being a very small amount each week as the 6 per cent paid by them will be prorated equally among every business cooperating in the plan. Every man, in any and every kind of business in Atlanta and every town and village in this trade area will be benefited by the cash paid out for cream. The cash which will be paid out to farmers for cream is nothing less than a.payroll, which will grow steadily every month. The cream Difference, PUR.INA chick Jtarteha (Compvitc ALI'MA*1" For Sale B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

Ci TJCTAS THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS The Citizens Journal J. W. HABRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) at P08toffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Ihursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year .$L00 One Year $1.50 Six Months .76 Six Months 1.00 Three Months — .50 Three Months 65 OATMAN P ARAGRAPHS A By Wright Patnuin IT Congressman from Texas 1> 1 f 1 Processing Tax Predicted Sentiment continues to grow in ...or of a processing tax to assist •he farmers by increasing their in- jomes for this year. August 1st, there^Vl likely be a twelve million bale --fry-over in this country alone. That means if there are only eleven million bales of cotton pro- duced this year, the price is ex- pected to be around 9 Ms or 10c a pound. Commercial fertilizer can- not be used on much of the black land in the production of cotton, but on the other l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

I THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS Springdale News Church services were well attend «d during the week end. Everyone come to Sunday School next Sun- day morning and singing Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Barker and family of Shreveport visited rela- tives and friends here Sunday af- ternoon. Misses Agnes Puckett and Del- phine Graves spent Sunday with Miss Oleta Freeman. Rev. Porterfield spent Saturday night in Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Lum- mus home. Several from here attended the meeting at Cass the past week. Each report nice time and good sermons. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Groves and baby visited in Mr. and Mrs. Bar- ney Groves home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Puckett spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lummus home. Rev. Porterfield spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hopkins home. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Lummus, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Puckett and Misses Bessie and Wallie Lummus. Afternoon callers in Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Groves home were: Mr. and Mrs. N...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

"4MT4 T 1ST AS THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Salting Vats For Cucumbers Assured Much interest has been manifest- ed by farmers over the prospects of salting vats for cucumbers be- ing located in Hughes Springs. Due to this interest and the advanced signing of acreage, Mr. Fred At- kinson of the W. & W. Pickling and Canning company, Montgomery Alabama, has definitely stated that his company would put in twenty- two vats to take care o fthis years crop. Mr. Atkinson has leased lots for a location near the L. A. & T. tracks in Hugses Springs. Mr. Atkinson has been in Hughes Springs the past two weeks, work- ing with Secretary W. J. Jones of the Hughes Springs Chamber of Commerce securing the needed 300 acres of cucumbers for the salting vats. Meetings have been conducted ^ in all the surrounding communities with a large general meeting at Hughes Springs the past Saturday. Letters have been mailed to all farmers in the trades territory for the purp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 March 1938

—■ I MORRIS' GREEN ■* HOUSES 519 BUCKNER STREET ACREAGE on Shreveport hiway; Linden hiway, Texarkana hiway; New Boston hiway; from Atlanta! Also bargains in farms in Bowie, Miller, Cass counties Phone 2736-W G. R. Westbrook 1303 Dudley Ave., Texarkana — LET — Drs. Mathis & Mathis of Texarkana Tell you whether CHIROPRACTIC can or can not get you well. CONSULTATION FREE Office in Arkansas, Across from Postoffice HOURS: 8 to 6 Fertilizer Prices Quick Delivery 5 Ton Truck Loads or Less State Tag 4-8-4 $26.27 4.12-4 $.'50.00 6-10-7 $3r>.2.r) 16% Soda 20% Anionia $42..'}0 Special Trices jr< 25 Ton Lots Cleve Henderson 9 Miles North Linden WATER PROOFING OIL! For Boots and Shoes, makes them wear better and longer All kinds of laces, 18 to 108 inches long— Jewel's Shoe Shop ROYAL CASTLE Sandwich Shop Bar-B-Q Pork and Beef DRIVE OUT FOR HOME MADE CHILI AND SOUP On Rodessa Highway Prompt Curb Serrice OPEN AFTER THE SHOW offer m> him CUSHION HEEL PAD ARCH PAO METATARSAL PAO Ttioui...

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