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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

J - © Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER TWENTY-EIGHT Grand Opening State Theatre J. C. Draper Gets Wings <n Community Defense Mass Meetings To Be Held Tuesday Night, July 22 There is a nice program being arranged for a down-town mass meeting to be held on Hiram street Tuesday night, July 22, at 8:30 o'clock. The program will last one hour and will tie in with Mayor Laguardia's talk on the National program which will come to us over the radio-National hookup at 9:30 p. m. L]et every citizen of Cass county attend this or some one of the other community meetings to be j held in the county next Tuesday night. And bring an aluminum pan or kettle with you and donate it to the government. This war is go- ing to be won with airplanes. So they must be built and <it takes alumin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

| Pv m. K KI n V.V.V.V.V.'.W.V CONGRATULATIONS to the owners of the new STATE THEATRE of Atlanta, Texas The beauty and completeness of your new theatre are incom- parable. It brings a show place to Atlanta and a new and finer quality of movie entertainment to the people of the Tri-State/ area. H QUEEN CITY NEWS Tribute to Hon. Morris Sheppard Congressman Guyer, of Kansas, at memorial service held in Wash- ington, paid loyal tribute to our late Senator Morris Sheppard. To his long and notable career, in which he achieved more than is the lot of most of our national legis- lators, devoting his life to the high- est and noblest ideals. Paying tri- bute especially to his unyielding fidelity to the cause of prohibition. Always on January 16, Senator Sheppard addressed Congress on that subject. Realizing that repeal had been a monumental failure and every year he marshaled facts to prove it. He saw the rising tide of drunk enness and the kindred brood of evils ever increasing, and he ex- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS WRIGHT P ATM AN 'S^ >7//^ / //.. WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS: — Shortage of Lintere for Powder Making We all know that the aluminum shortage is causing much concern. It was due to lack of vision on the part of some and to greed on the part of others. It was pointed out by me in a speech a few days ago that we now face a shortage of linters. ,Lifters are the source of nitrocel- r^le suPPly °f chemical lin- ters, which is a necessary ingre- dient of smokeless powder, is rap- idly being consumed and by spring of next year, 1942, possibly before, there will be a pinch in this indus- try. The supply is only 176,000 tons per year, as against an im- pending shortage of 200,000 tons. Cotton production cannot be ex- panded for the sole purpose of ob- taining the small amount of lint- ers that are produced. Therefore, CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OWNERS OF THE NEW, FRIENDLY STATE THEATRE We are proud to have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

^ >r« -• THE CTTTZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 ' \ ( < > ♦♦ I ♦ ♦ ♦ The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1873) J. W HARRrr.L. Editor and Publisher Xntered t the Postuffice In Atlanta, Tex* , a* 9«cond class mall matter. X&surd Thursday oi each week. 0:tia 20# East Hiram Strwt—Phone No. 11# SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance I State and Foreign In Cut and Adjoining counties One Year $150 One Year $1.00 Six Months l.OOSlx Months ; .75 Three Months .45Three Months .80 Infantile Paralysis Summer Disease AUSTIN, Texas—Dr. Gee. W. Cox, State Health Officer, states that infantile paralysis is largely a summer disease. Although cases may occur during any time of the year, over half of the total num- tacts during any outbreak of the disease. Early symptoms of infantile pa- ralysis are headache, fever, vomit- ing, drowsiness and irritability fol lowed by stiffness in the neck and back. Prompt medical care, early recognition of the disease, and re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

)) r' * You are supplying Atlanta and the Tri-State area with the fin- est in motion picture entertain- ment. We extend best wishes for the greatest success of the Theatre! Allday's Atlanta's Modern Department Store Telephone No. 105 Atlanta, Texas Things will begin happening 'as usual' at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. For the past two weeks things have been a lit- tle out of the ordinary. But for the next two Sundays, we will look forward to seeing all of the mem- bership in their homes and in their places within the organized life of the church. We have been deeply grateful for the many lovely expressions of thoughtfulness coming from the hearts of the membership of the church during the illness and death of Mary Grace's father, Mr. W. L. Lott, of Fairfield , Texas. The many flowers sent by individuals and classes and groups within the church life, were beautiful beyond words. The messages and calls and cards that have been sent have been lovely in spirit and content. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Clements Bros. Mrs. James M. Brooks To Be Honored at Tea From 4 to C o'clock, Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Marshall J. Brooks will entertain in her home on Louise Street with a tea honoring Mrs. James M. Brooks. WISHING YOU SUCCESS with your NEW THEATRE THE "KELLYS" tr= jV" i-^"" ^,0 evcc< i"^eotcVS' J * r :: V ju 1 T has always been the policy of this com- pany to be prepared for increased use of elec- V tricity. That is why the stepping up of industry is finding us ready to supply every power need both for industry and residential customers. That is why there is no need for a curtailment of power in the area served by this company ... _,vwhy no feverish building of power lines and / other facilities has been necessary. Modern plant facilities, efficient distribution systems and interconnections with neighboring power companies assure an abundance of de- ^ pendable, cheap electric power with a mini- ft:; mum of interruptions. This c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 17, .1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS ft o PINEY GROVE Aire. Knnl Anderson Bro. Baucum was with us Sat- urday night. Rev. Anderson preach Admirat 2ft Martins Bakery ed Sunday morning. Bro. M. P. Waters preached Sunday night. Bro. Baucum will be back to preach for us Saturday night. Everyone come. Rev. J. E. Anderson will go to Springdale to preach for Bro. Bau cum. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whatley and Mrs. Joe Thomas and son Edwin spent from Thursday until Sunday with their sister in Dallas. Mrs. A. P. Boland of Silsbee is visiting in Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bo- land's home, Mr. H. L. Ragsdale and Miss Eu CONGRATULATIONS , ■ ■ ft pi to Messrs. B. R. and J. D. McLendon Upon the Opening of the New STATE THEATRE of Atlanta, Texas Your new State Theatre is a great asset to Atlanta and shows your faith in the growth of our city. May success be yours! Jf BEN FRANKLIN STORES \*-r 1 > <> <> EVERYTHING FROM 5c TO $1.00 < ► Telephone No. 23 Atlanta, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

m THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 lllljll l\How He Handled 1,000 Planes for Thrills R. S. Allday on | Told by Director of "I Wanted Wings" I Defense Meeting1 CONGRATULATIONS to the Owners of the New, Friendly :: :: * I 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ I STATE THEATRE We are happy to have furnish- ed a share of the materials in its construction and take this opportunity to Congratulate Messrs. B. R. and Jeff D. McLendon on the erection of this building. ■ . We share your Happiness and ♦ you have our Best Wishes! • >i HOWE WHOLESALE GRO. CO. Strictly Wholesale Telephone No. 198 Atlanta, Texas m When I was assigned to direct the Paramount picture, "I Wanted Wings," for Producer Arthur Horn blow Jr., I admit I was somewhat self-conscious of the tremendous task that faced me. The problems were seemingly insurmountable— and seemingly impossible to sohw But as each problem was reached, somehow the barriers began to crumble under the blows of cluv'r technicians, and soo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

I THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 Are We Creating a Fifth Column? At this time, when workmen are badly needed to man America's de- fense, five great cultural groups find themselves discriminated against as far as employment is concerned. For fear of Fifth Columnists, many employers refuse all applicants for jobs who have German or Italian names. Others draw the color line, and refuse em- ployment to negroes. Still others deny to Jews the right to work. Aliens and refugees, who would make the greatest efforts to pre- serve America from Europe's tra- gedies which they know first hand are often turned away^H^M ■ We must bear in mind that thesel five groups constitute over one-l third of our nation's manpower. These people have as much right to be in America as anyone else. The vast majority are completely loyal to America and her institutions. They will turn in a splendid job at the tasks they are trained and able to perform. We cannot get along without them, for our total manpower is jione to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

rcfi!iff;#'"" THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY IT, 1941 JDW AY Mm. H. U Hunt Sunday is our regular preaeh- ig day. Come. He ready for our irotracted meeting which begins 4ne first Sunday in August. i Mrs. Harper Walls and children ^visited last week with her parents Wd other relatives in Goldwaithe <and Fort Worth, Texas. * Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hendricks 4and children and Mrs. M. B. Hen- 'dricks spent Saturday with Mr. 'and Mrs. Sidney Morten, in Wash- ington, Ark. Mrs. Joe Z. Tower spent the week-end in Beaumont. Mrs. H. L. Hunt went as far as San Au- gustine and spent the week-end with her father, Rev. C. A. Tower. The many friends of Rev. Towef will be glad to know he is able to be up and going. Monday morn- ing all of Rev. Tower's children met at the home of Mrs. Rushing for breakfast with their father. They were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tower and son of Dallas, Mrs. Dan Ferguson of Dallas, Rev. and Mrs. Joe Z. Tower of Beaumont, Mrs. Pearl Harbuck o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS = THE TIMBRE OF LEADERSHIP The completion of the New STATE THEATRE imfw"- is an inspiring tribute to the vision and daring of the execu- tives of the show. As an integral part of Atlanta, this store congratulates the owners upon this notable achievement in motion picture entertainment. MILES Drug Store Serving Atlanta for 64 Years Telephone No. 15 Atlanta, Texas = QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Thin WpcWh knhs— Mrs. Check Allie, Dallas, $1.50. Sgt. Claude Ellington, Atlanta, Georgia, $1.50. R. E. Johnson Resigns— To accept position at Harleton, Texas, R. E. Johnson has resigned his position in Queen City school, much to the regret of the school board, the faculty and student body. And we can truly say the town and community regret the "going away of Mr. and Mrs. John- son. They have won many close friends during these three years in Queen City. In the church and Sun day School they have rendered a la...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 July 1941

* •? 'T "M '.'""" TOE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ■■■ ■ •• 'v. .hV-pW " THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1941 I aiv 1 dri an inj wt L. I B" wi T1 wi be in m f° T) I Tt Fi J( P H M T a! a * t) v ( i' WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK O'DANIEL WINS BY 1,311 IN OFFICIAL SENATE COUNT Austin, July 14.—Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel was the winner of the United States senatorial contest by an official plurality of 1,31.1 votes, it was ascertained Monday by the State Canvassing Board, as com- pared to the Texas Election Bu- reau's unofficial figure of 1,057. As officially computed there were 576,879 votes cast in the elec- tion of which O'Daniel received 175,5S)0 to 400,289 for his oppon- ents, making him a decidedly mi- nority candidate. The big four collected totals as follows: O'Dlniel 175,590, Lyndon B. Johnson 174,279, Gerald C Mann 140,807, and Martin Dies 80,653. Second Sheets, Carbon Paper, Sales Pads at the Journal Office. REDS CLAIM NAZI FORCE VIRTUALLY WIPED OUT IN LENINGRAD DRIVE The Russians ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

- I " •V'v Complete News and Advertising Coverage I for Atlanta and Cass Jounty Trade Area! The Citizens journal r;> CTY-SECOND YEAR ining of New Stfte Theatre Success Th«opening of the New State TheatA in Atlanta last Thursday evenin A was a grand success in every vwy. A very interesting lo- cal pronam was prepared and broadcustV over Radio Station KCMC, 'Axarkana, from 7:30 to 7:40 p. m.'( on the street in front of the theatre and then resumed on the stage at 8 p. m., lasting thirty minutes. Music for the occasion was fur- nished by the Ralph Howard Rain- bow Rhythm Boys in person. In- vocation by Rev. Frank Dent. Mrs. C. E. Blandford sang the National Anthem with Miss Helen Manning at the piano. Dr. Joe D. Nichols, president of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, acted as master of ceremonies. Ad- dress of welcome by given by May- or G. H. Chamblee, with response given by Barton R. McLendon, gen- eral manager of the Tri-State Thea tres, who promised the people of the Tri-State ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

... . . E9H H9| [J ro THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM n There is nothing we like better than a success story. Those who ore able by ability and consecra- tion to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. The best success story in our educational work comes from Mrs. J. T. Barham. During the time in which she has been in charge of the Children's department, with the loyal support of her teachers and assistants, she has completely staffed the depart- ments with capable, enthusiastic workers, and has organized and di- vided the children according to the way provided by our literature. This is really a magnificent piece of work. The entire church is proud of it. Mrs. Barham has been assisted by: Primary superintendent, Mrs. David Manning; Secretary, Mrs. Gilbert Youngs; Music director, Mrs. Jodie Williams; Pianist, Miss Helen Manning; Teachers, Mrs. Franklin Allday, Mrs. J. D. Richard son, Mrs. Horace Coulter, Miss Bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

mm the citizens, journal, atlak thursday, XT 10, ISttl Judge Carney Host to Old Timers Delta Sigma Kappa Business Meeting Reeder Reunion Morriss - Smith Wedding Solemnized Bride Elect Honored With Shower Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 173 or 82-J I vis lam lam Ian ldr: an inj W( 1 L. I gu | wi I T1 wi I be in m fo T1 T. F J( P H T i G a ti v G ii •v^ y-<?Q died when i ■ ucfi At MKD^ tier* high wrtn >. _ , wth j to HSitB *11 . i to i ent next Sand Ven- R,r- Thcse mcsegt at the *eunk>r We streamers «f rinto ^aeT^ ^ The ceie Bivins, Texas—Jack Jones, Mrs. Jack Jones, Grace Belle Jones. ! bride, trio was given in mar little Rock, Alt,—M. A. Grubbs. b-v fcer M.r- A1™3 A ~ | F. E. GntUis, Mrs. Gladys Grabhs Smith, wore a white princess gown J ~ Jean Jeff err- 1 Re- ef Baptist Circle No. 3 \ Met in tie home of Mrs. 1L P. e: ■' manas^ne de awe, styled with a After. Texas—J. H- Kav, Tom ! M1 *<®R ******* aad * ***** 1 Ed Hoffis, Gradv Glover, * Bettv awt H** & «wtip wfl I Jane Holl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1941 P1NEY GROVE Mrs. KoiiIh Andrmnn Bro. Baucum sure brought us a fine message Saturday night and we are sorry to report that we have lost our pastor. Bro. Bau- cum has accepted the Bryans Mill church and is moving on the field. 1 Our prayers are with him in his work there. We trust that God will send us another pastor to lead his people at this place. There will be preaching Satur- day night and Sunday conference. Saturday night everyone come out and do your pari. Ki'v. J. B. Anderson preached] for Bro. Baucum at Springdale Saturday night. Bio. Baucuni 1b in a revival there this week. Rev. J. E. Anderson will preach 1 Afur Bro. Baucum at Bryans Mill ^^^his week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clayton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.! Norman Thomas at Midway. Mr. Francis Burson of Flora, La., and Mrs. Frank Standford and sons of Shreveport are visiting their mother, Mrs. Ida Burson who is ill. We wish for her a speedy re- covery. Miss Eva Alice Dupree is visit- ing her br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

-«►—— w T X.—- THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS = The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor nd Publisher Entered at the Po toff ice In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. tamed Thursday of each week. Office 209 East Hiram 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 1.00Six Months .75 Three Months — .65Three Months .50 Home, Sweet Home WR1GHI PAT MAN:? S^- - w. ^ % weekly news letter — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — On Retaining Trainees The most discussed question in Washington now is whether the Se- lective Training and Service Act shall be amended to keep trainees in the service for a longer period than one year. The Administra- tion is seeking to amend the Act so that the number in training at any one time may exceed the pres- ent legal limitation of 900,000 in order to increase the Army to ap- proximately twice its present size. The pre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CA&S COUNTY, TEXAS ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. Murph We had a good congregation for our church and Sunday School ser- vices Sunday morning. We are so glad for each one that comes and helps us carry on church work. Messrs. Charles Endsley and Wayne Wood spent the week-end with their parents. They are em- ployed in Shreveport. Mr. and Mrs. Raney of Huffines spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Green. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Henson of Bryans Mill visited Friday after- noon with her father Mr. A. J. Ward. Mr F. M. Parker in company 0 CHECK with Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and daughter Nancy Sue of Shreveport visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Parker at Sundown, Tex- as. Little Miss Myrtlezelle Blakey had her tonsils removed at the Brooks Clinic Tuesday and is do- ing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Neal and children and Miss Louise Silver of Sweetwater, Texas, Miss Evelyn Perry of Snyder, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Duck, Texarkana,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 July 1941

■BMnLM —rf -j{ .;zp9 r THE tnTEZnONK, JCniEKAIL. ATLANTA, CAHP cxfustts,, TEXAS THURSDAY,JULY 24, iWl fe-W. y®«m aemawav; ~h M*M-\ (gALCULATEP FOR THE WEEK OF S© M.6H li.fi* 44 Of* . M.C7 M .XU .*.59 JUUY an JULV 20 JULY 3D JULV HI AUGUST I AUGUSTS AUGUSTS Cs your name NELSON ?THIS ENGLISH SURNAME IS AN EQUIVAIENI OF THE SCOTCH MACNEIl (SON OF NEIL) IT IS INTERPRETED: POWERFUL,ORMIGHTV ;V' CLASSIFIED 0 julv an.. JULV 2V . . JULV JftJ JULY 31 . AUGUST | . august2 . augusts • . .7.IB . .7. ft . *7 it . . 7. f6" . Turn . wis . .thiol FOlv ii A-liF—.Hhtwtt irmi titnrt- huilti illg> uiiti Jt«ninm :rum« Imiik imUHi m Alum Htifutt at liocltw- nit, iiu.—Q%Ui OnNtinontiii Suj>- pi-, Giu, Pliom JK, Kfcniiniurn « i2£, \Tiviim. La. INSto won FOB son p;—One good syrup mill See J- I). Fottebe, Doug Texas. it. GIVEN IS STANDARD BULOVA WATCH TIME . WANTED*—ll> morils '£ Utrtt hrtfeff wiiikI. to I" ddlivnritd i>f Attend '.15. Iv Jsulwoii, Aithmtu -d-tpJ fflit STARS PREDICT THE 5PFCIAL AW...

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