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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 May 1941

THURSDAY MAY 22, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt Rev. Day filled his regular ap- pointment Sunday morning. Glad to have Miss Day come with him. Rev. and Mrs. Joe Z. Tower of Beaumont spent Monday-Tuesday at the Anchorage. Tuesday evening they entertained the Atlanta high school seniors with a party honor- ing their niece, Elizabeth Brooke and nephew James Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wall and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Dude Wall and chil- dren, Mr and Mrs Payne were Sun- day visitors in Jack Wall home. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Partain and children were Sunday visitors in Russell Surratt home, Bivins. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Clayton were -^Sunday visitors in Norman Thomas yP'iome. h Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dupree and son, Mr. and Mrs H L Hunt and son and Elizabeth Brooke were Sun day guests in Lewis Hunt home. Rev. George Harbuck of Alta Loma spent awhile Monday after- noon with his aunt, Mrs. H. L. Hunt Henry Clayton, Douglas Hen- dricks and Bryce Clayton were Sun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 May 1941

" ..IURSDAY MAY 22, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Peanuts Instead Of Cotton Cotton farmers who want to re- duce their cotton production in 1 !)41 may grow peanuts for oil on any part of the cotton acreage allot- ment which is not used for cotton production without incurring de- ductions from agricultural conser- vation and parity payments. Under this amendment to the 1041 Agricultural Adjustment Ad- ministration program, cotton far- mers in areas adapted to peanut growing will be able to produce a new cash crop on acreage taken out of cotton production, Tom Wor- tham, Cass County ACP Adminis- trative officer declared. He em- phasized that peanuts produced on W.',v.',',',',',',',',',',','.'.', AMERICAN SHOE SHOP Next Door to Atlanta Motor Co. SPECIALIZES IN ALL KINDS OF LEATHER WORK. SEE ME FOR YOUR NEEDS! SADDLE AN1) HARNESS WORK A SPECIALTY! the cotton allotment acreage can be sold only for crushing for oil if the grower is to comply with the program. Dive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

>y 9 Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR Cass County Gets Two More Calls Two calls for June have been re- ceived by the Local Board Office. A call for two negroes for June 11 and a call for eleven white men for June 12. Two additional calls are expected for the last half of June. May Lope Record— Cass county is in danger of los- ing its record of filling all calls with volunteers unless additional white and colored men volunteer within the next week or ten days. This county is the only county in the state and the only local board out of the total of 351 in the state that has filled all its calls with vol unteers. If this record can be main tained a few months longer no doubt it will be a national record. The boys from this county have shown their colors of true blue— let's keep the record they have es- tablished. All single unemployed men in the county should volunteer and get the year's training off. Ev- ery time a sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

HP l M&W • THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, *EXAS THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 Vegetables For Canning A program to expand the pro- duction of tomatoes for canning by 50 per cent to get probable de- mands for canning tomatoes un- der the Lend-Lease Act and the distribution by the American Red Cross, as well as the school lunch, relief and other purposes was re- cently announcpd by Secretary of Agriculture Wickard. The need for immediate action to secure the necessary acreage to produce an extra 15,000,000 cases of canned tomatoes was emphasized, as plant ing must be made during the next few weeks in order to insure the required supply. In order to assure the greater supply of tomatoes necessary the FSCC, in considering bids, will make allowance for increases of from $2.75 to $3.00 per ton over the 1940 contract prices to grow- ers. Growers who participate in this program will not incur any deduc tions from their AAA payments because of increases in acreage of these vegetabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

\ .n * ' ■■ ; - v.'.'"" *' '"*T~vr~"r,,-.v ? ' / .... * - THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Baptist Church:— Rev. L. L. Burkhalter preached at the Sunday School hour at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Sunday' School followed the ser- mon at 11 o'clock. Rev. liurkhalter preached at Grogan's Mill, Rev. Olive's pulpit, while Rev, Olive preached at Salem. This being Home Coming Day, Salem was honored in having former pastor: and many friends come for the day of worship and fellowship. Rev Burkhalter preached Sunday even- ing at Queen City, his theme being "The Great Physician," stresain our supreme need of Jesus. Thi was a busy day for Rev. Burkhalt being pastor-host to the Salenr 9 Home Coming. A large attendam and fine day. was specially noted for his lovely ' charasteristics. They now live at | Fairbanks, Texas. Do Lois Birthday:— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley enter- tained May 20, with a pretty party for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

'? * I Atlanta Woman's Club Meets The Atlanta Woman's Club clos- ed the year's activities with a meet- ing Thursday afternoon, May 22, in the home of Mrs. D. T. Smith. Mixed garden flowers added a color ful note to the reception room. During the business session, di- rected by Mrs. Tilford Hughes, fin- al reports of the officers and stand- ing committees were given. Plans were made to retain one committee whose project will continue during the summer months. A resume of the clubs activities revealed that this has been a year of splendid achievements and that the varied course of study pursued was most interesting. It was also gratifying to know that thirty-five dollars were added to the club's stu- dent loan fund this year instead of five dollars as has been the custom. Mrs. Hughes in retiring from her executive position, expressed ap- preciation for the cooperation given her and urged that the members continue their loyal support to Mrs. McLendon in order that she might have a more...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Gerald C. Mann To Speak Here Gerald C. Mann, Attorney Gener- al of Texas, will bring his cam- paign for United States Senator to Atlanta at 8 p. m., Thursday, June 5, in an address in front of the At- lanta National Bank, according to an announcement here this week. Mann, candidate for the seat left vacant by the death of Senator Morris Sheppard, is expected to dis cuss all issues of importance in the senatorial campaign when he appears in Atlanta. Mann's swing through this section will include stops at Jefferson, Linden, New Boston, DeKalb and Texarkana. Mann has declared his support of legislation to aid the farmers. Preston Harrison ) Graduates from Medical School Doctor Preston E. Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harrison of Bryans Mill, Texas, will graduate from Baylor Medical School of Dallas on Monday, at 8:30 p. m. June 2. Dr. Harrison completed the East Texas State Teachers' Col- lege and did gradu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM wm Religion must flower into action. There are times when the action is so gentle as to be worse than use- less. There are those who would have the action painless. The desire of the human race to have some- thing for nothing is the worst sin I know. It is a sin which ham strings us, cuts our jugular veins, and leaves us deformed at the very place where we most need life and health. I stood on a levee once and watch- ed a dam break. A huge body of water went rolling down the spill. Trees were uprooted. Houses went tumbling upon the crest of the wat- er. Cattle were swept before it. The mighty flood was on. The dam had broken. Action and more action took place in the wake of the flood. We need a religion that enables us to have sure, quick, intelligent action. Sleepy-hearted people are difficult to deal with. Sleepy-mind- ed people are worse to try to deal with. But of all the terrible...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

7;.: ¥ THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS Kildare High School News The "Termites" as we were often called, want to thank Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Beasley for the very nice sponsorship that they gave to the seniors during the past year. Miss Helen Sue Blalock was the co- sponsor. The Class Will Being in our right state of mind, we the Senior class of 1941, do hereby affirm and attest that this is our last will and testament. All other wills written before now, are considered invalid. To our dear president of the Jun- ior class, Norman Speed, I Calvin Gholson, do hereby bequeath my ability to study, so that Norman an sleep during all class periods. To the vice president of the Jun- ior class, Harmon Wall, Travis Doss wishes to leave his bow-legs and big mouth, that Harmon may run faster and talk louder. \ BUSINESS NOTICES T. J. HOPKINS Memorial Studio Atlanta, Texas MARK EVERY GRAVE —Write or Phone Us— Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 May 1941

M, ;V THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1941 ****> <0 ■■■ *— O0VGLASSVILLE Mrs. Ji m McCoy Sgt. Gilbert Heaberlin of Camp Bowie, Miss La Wanda Pate of Cen ter and Miss Mildred Heaberlin of Marshall visited in the 0. A. Hea- berlin home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCoy, Mrs. Emma McCoy, Mrs. Stafford Mc- Coy and children, were Sunday din- ner guests in the B. R. Carmichael home, Marshall. A number from this place attend ed the Raccalaureate sermon Sun- day night and Commencement ex- ercises Tuesday night in Atlanta. Mrs. O. 0. McBride entertained the children of the fifth and sixth grades with an outdoor party Sat- DIAL'S FISH MARKET OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE IN THE BIG BUS PLENTY OF FRESH CAT AND BUFFALO FISH Your Business Appreciated urday night. Ice cream, punch and cookies was served to the group. Mrs. R. P. Rutland left Monday afternoon for Olney, 111., to be at the bedside of her brother-in-law Mack Steger, who is critically ill. Mr. Steger an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

^ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ■ VWsf'- ' The Citizens Journal ®S . Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1941 NUMBER TWENTY-TWO C. of C. to Meet Friday at City Park The Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting Fri day evening at the city park about dusk. Refreshments will be served and all members and men o{ the town are urged to be on hand. Officers for the ensuing year ., will be elected and other business ' gS \jWill be attended to. All committee jf/ jchairmen are urged to be on hand I - .-' and give a report of your activi- ties. Don't forget the date! Teacherage Burns Monday Morning The five room teacherage and garage belonging to the Atlanta Public Schools burned Monday a.m. about 4:00 o'clock. Hershel Parker, who was spending the night with J. D. Griggs, occupant of the house, received severe back, face and head burns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS vr. i The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRKLL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoffice In Atlanta, Texas, as secondI class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Offlo* 209 East Hiram 8treet—Phone No. 118 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties On. Year $1.500ne Year -J™ Sy unrHhi " 1.00Six Months -'5 Three Months .88Three Months — .M WRIGHT P ATM AN 1 _ V.::?::?.#' t ,T?^ ZjJX/JL - - —T;.7!ffiTF^r WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS however, is simple. Britain needs dairy and pork products and is buy ing them in enormous quantities, but does not need wheat and certain other commodities at all. Milo Perkins, Administrator of Surplus Marketing Administration testifying before our committee, suggested that there is a serious danger of a great shortage in dairy and pork products within the next year or two, if the war in Europe continues. Big WPA Reduction The r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

H HH |HmKY f E55P. fta? THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 4 m N Cottonseed Oil Used As Meat Preserver Keeping meat after it has been cured and smoked is a big prob- lem in Texas farm homes, says Roy W. Snyder, Extension meat specialist for Texas A. & M. Col- lege. On account of the high hu- midity, meat in the Gulf Coast re- gion molds excessively and flies and skippers are extremely trou- blesome. In the upper plains and the Panhandle, the dry atmosphere causes cured meat to become so hard that it is extremely hard to cut. These wide varieties in climate raised such difficulty that the Ex tension Service spread the idea of using refined cottonseed oil for the proper keeping of cured meat. riy Illustrating the success of this me- thod, Snyder uses the experiences of J. B. Morrison of Knox coun- ty. This farmer of the Redmund community slaughtered seven hogs and after the meat of six was cur- ed and weighed it was put down in refined cotton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1941 EMX1 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Louise Taylor Receives Degree Louise Taylor, of the Huffines community, received her Bachelor of Science degree, May 26, 1941, from ETSTC, Commerce, Texas. Dr. N. B. Irvin, Superintendent of the Lubbock Public Schools, de- livered the commencement address. Miss Taylor finished Atlanta high School in 1937, and Kilgore Junior College in 1939. She ma- jored in elementary education and minored in history. Mrs. J. C. Taylor and children, Wilm$ Dean and J. l., and Mrs. r. O. Rives attended the graduat- ing exercises. Miss Taylor re- turned home for the summer. ms as leader. Hospital Notes Hershel Parker, June 2, Atlanta, minor burns. l. B. Young, Rodessa, treatment. Mr. and Mrs. F R. Mooneyham, announce the birth of a son, June 4, 1941 Mrs. R. C. Burleson, Marietta, tonsils removed. r _ .A Ernest Adcock and Exer Mae Gillispie of Atlanta were united in marriage last Fri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

—XT- THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ! YK SIR-1 THINK A FATHER SHOULD DENOTE *0RE^I TIMtTD THE YOUNGER 6€HERATlOM_'. THINK l\L bUY JUNIOR OME OF THESE DISMEMBERED MODEL AIRPLANE SCTS AND HELP THE LAO PUT IT TOGETHER... ITS > MY DUTY TO EXPLAIN THE HIGHLY TECHNICAL C m^TRUCTION^ SO THAT THE LAD CAN UNDERSTAND THEM ^ON, YOU AND I ARE GOW6 TO BWLD THIS LITTLE* PLANE-HOW I'VE STARTED TO CARVE WHAT IS f~ JCHOWN AS THE PRDPELLOR-^ J JVNILL POP-POT I THINK THAT'PROP* ANGLE SHOULD BE CARVED AT A 6REATER ?HOW-LETS SEE/A TRUSS ^ TYPE WING IS TO BE USED*- H-M-M ???^SS-S3SS^' ^mSSHA.THAT MEANS A 'WING WITH VERTICAL AND DIAGONAL MEMBERS,WHICH GIVES GREATER RIGIDITY- I CAN HELP YOU^ J MAYBE NOW THE TAIL CONSISTS OF A FIN, RUDDER, ELEVATORS; AND STA8ALIZER9-ETC,/ ETC YOU'LL NOTICE I PUTTHEWIN6S ON WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE DIHEDRAL AN6LG>N0W I'LL EXPLAIN—; PUFN"! GUESS TOU'LL HAVE TO-- ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. Murph i Rev. Hutton preached a fine ser mon Sunday...

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

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1941 HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM ■ V. fg .Atf; V; an end, not because God is mad and angry, but because wickedness car- ries within it the seeds of its own destruction. Go to church, refuse to carry the seeds of destruction within your own life. OUR DEMOCRACY AMERICA Religious leaders have spent much time speaking of man's duties and obligations to God. The point is well taken. Man is very delin- quent in his full acceptance and ful- fillment of the commandments. He needs to be told about his failings. He should likewise be told of his achievements in carrying out his duties and obligations to God. I have never minded a person or con- gregation talking about the things which are wrong in the church, or with certain persons, or with me, if at the same time they would give a proportionate amount of time to the tilings that are right. A man blazed through a certain place one day and invited all the people within that plac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Trial Roundup Reveals Sacrifice: War is the scourge that will fan into flame the patriotic spirit and many heroic deeds are revealed among the humble citizens as well as the high and enlisted men. The experiment campaign con- ducted in centers collecting used and all unneeded aluminum for na- tional defense purposes brought to light many sacrificial gifts. An old lady offered her only coffee pot and stew pan with a smile, say ing "I don't know how I can cook without them, but if the country needs them they can have them." They were her necessities and of course were not accepted. She was twice blessed. ruosday Afternoon at "District Parsonage:— Mrs. L. W. Nichols entertained Tuesday afternoon at her District Parsonage home in Texarkana. Guests were wives of all pastors of Texarkana District. We wondered if the pastors felt lonely. Queen City revival meeting at the Method...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 June 1941

, aweWk^Sh 1 «^v WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK FOUR DF3AI) AS GIANT BOMBER CRASHES IN BAY SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Federal Bu reau of Investigation agents ques- tioned Monday night the survivor of a five-man crew of a $250,000 aerial dreadnaught which plunged into the bay on its final test flight before delivery to Britain. Con- solidated Aircraft spokesmen im- mediately blamed the crash on sabo tage. CHIEF JUSTICE HUGHES QUITS SUPREME COURT HYDE PARK, N. J.—President Roosevelt accepted Monday night the request of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes that he be permitted to retire from the supreme court on July 1. The chief justice in a letter made public by the temporary White House, informed the president that "consideration of health and age makes it necessary that I should be relieved of the duties which I have been discharging with increasing difficulty." TEXARKANA GETS BIG SHELL PLANT The war department announced Monday that $45,500,000 out of the billion and a half dollars recently made avai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 June 1941

■UK ' 1 .9 ■ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! Citizens Journal SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home I • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER TWENTY-THREE 1 r' Nine Cass Gins Request Free Service in 1941 The Agricultural Marketing News Service will be used by nine Cass county gins in 1941. By effect ing an organization of the cotton growers, their patrons, the ginner _ pbtains free grading and classing )of cotton samples, free and daily market news bulletins. , The grading is official and ac- ceptable for CCC loans without ad- ditional cost to the producer. Three to four day service is as- sured for the classing on the sam- ples that are sent to the Dallas office. This service has been of- fered to all the cotton ginners of Texas. Those signifying their de- sire for the service in Cass county were: C. F. Fant Gin, Lanier; V. 0. Henderson Gin, Douglassville; Brabham Gin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 June 1941

LIE Mrs. Jim McCoy Rev. and Mrs. Walton Day and Miss Elsie Day left Tuesday for Nacogdoches where Miss Day will remain for an extended visit. The WSCS met Monday after- noon with a large number of mem- bers and quite a few visitors from Linden were present. The group was entertained by a review of "The Good Earth" very interest- ingly presented by Mrs. Mary Pierce, of Linden. Ice cream and cake were served by the hostess society. Mrs. Jim Martin McCoy, Mrs. Stafford McCoy and Alice Dean returned Monday from a week's THE, Hfffl ' MJORfcSS Of XOUR STM\OH visit with relatives in Homer, La. Mrs. Blanche Carlow visited in the J. M. Snipes home, Texarkana, last week. Frances Snipes happen- ed to quite a serious accident Fri- day while riding a horse on the Jimmy Lynch plantation. The horse fell with her, cutting a nine- inch gash in her leg and bruising her up badly. She was removed to her home from the hospital, Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wheat spent the week end with friends...

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