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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 September 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 9 |vp. Want to (!iii Your Cotton.— TOM WILLIS, Atlanta. 371tf Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hefner are back home after a week spent in Dallas, Texas, with his brothers, J. M. and R. S. Hefner and fami- lies. Supt. and Mrs. D. T. Smith spent last week-end in Gladewater, visit- ing friends. Don't forget to buy your Shot gun shells at Alexander-Hughes Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walker spe the first of the week in Gladewi ter with relatives. Capt. H. H: Ramsey of the 3C>j Division in the army of the occ pation of Louisiana spent k I'""week-end here with his family ■KWe Want to Gin Your Cotton /COM WILLIS, Atlanta. 37, Mrs. Lucretia Greene of Texa! ant is up and doing nicely aftef recent appendicitis operation. Plenty of Shells on hand at Alexander-Hughes Drug Co. Deputies Bill Knight and Jim ells carried Joseph Hood, color- , of Springdale, to the State hos lal at Rusk, Texas, Monday for eatment. Miss Hazel Gillespie spent last aek in El Dorad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 September 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS m The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor And Publisher Entered at the Postofflce in Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued 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 $1.500ne Year - $1.00 Six Months l.OOSlx Months - .75 Three Months — .65Three Months — — .50 WRIGHT PATMAN 'S:|p> WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS— Soldiers in Prison There is very little crime among the enlisted personnel in the Ar- my, Navy and Marine Corps. The punishment inflicted is not con- fined to serving in prison only, for serious crimes and military of- fenses, but also includes some- thing that handicaps a person for life, and that is a dishonorable dis charge. All rights, privileges and benefits that are granted to veter- ans of wars or soldiers in tftne of peace or to their dependents by the Gov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 September 1941

ITHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ft, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS -Mm es ■A. .JR.. kVsSill -for Mfe find Liberty Wgg r' mmwwmmi ■$mvmm"jsM W': :mm$> : 'i-i;:>■:•: .-:j.V:. fjp; . . ^1"' ,** §-A ;' fo.: PPE -W X felvi ' Even before that <?■?! the to has part historic day in 1776 when America's independence was heralded to the world, idea of life without liberty was inconceivable those imbued with the American spirit. Liberty formed the warp and woof of our lives. It is of the very air we breathe. WKUMMMM / - I Patrick Henry preferred death to life without it, and l he spoke for Americans of all generations. What is Liberty? What is it that was proclaimed by the historic bell in Independence Hall? . Liberty—it is everything. It is the soul of America. It is something with the clean, fresh air of God's , great out-of-doors running through it. It is everything that goes to make up American life. Thus everything that makes up American life must be brought into th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 September 1941

WW OOUGL ASSV1LLE Mrs. Jim McCoy Bill Rutland, Barney Swint, Crosaley Willis and Homer Gran- berry were at home from Army camp at De Kidder, La., from Wed nesday until Saturday. Franklin Rutland spent the week-end at home. Miss Bess Carter of Ft. Worth visited her sister, Mrs. M. B. Need Glasses? —See Dr. Frankenstein IN ATLANTA Sept. 18,19, 20 Scientific Examination Prices You Can Afford to Pay OVER 1,000 PATIENTS IN CASS COUNTY That's My Best Reference Children's Eyes Given Special Attention Swint last week. Rev. and Mrs. Walton Day visit- ed relatives in Carthage from Tues day to Friday of last week. Mrs. Blanche Carlow visited in the Edgar Neely home at Marshall last week. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin McCoy were Mrs. Emma McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford McCoy and children and Miss Maggie Williams. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Carmichael and children of Marshall and Truett Burkhalter of Atlanta were afternoon visitors. A group of ladies from this place attended the zone mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

SECOND ANNUAL RODEO IN ATLANTA OCTOBER 17 18 AND 19 : r1 lu, lan this, i Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAH The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT V Union Wins First Place HI "i i t^Associational BTU To Be Held Here The Aasociational Training Union will meet with the Atlanta Baptist church, Thursday, Septem- ber 25, at 8 p. m. The theme of the meeting will be "Value of Training." The following program has been arranged: 8 p. m.-r-Song service. 8:05—Devotional, Bro. A. Thig- pen. 8:20—Value of Training in Church Doctrines, by Rev. Bryant. 8:40—Value of Training in Stewardship, by R«v. B. Stripling. 9:00—Roll call and announce- ments, Rev. Pepper. _ 9:10—Closing message by Rev. ^ f L. L. Burkhalter. ^ Everyone interested in Training Union work is urged to attend, particularly the officers of the a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

Y. THB CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 1 BUSINESS NOTICES Beauty Work Experienced Students STUDENT PRICES Atlanta School of Beauty Culture Phone 217 Rich^v RlHcr. T. J. HOPKINS Memorial Studio Atlanta, Texas MARK EVERY GRAVE —Write or Phone Us— Fred R. Flanagan AND COMPANY Accountants and Auditors INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS Books Kept In our office or yours Atlanta National Bank Building ML James Brooks, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ATLANTA, TEXAS Office: Brooks Clinic - Day Phone SO 153 W. Grand - Night Phone 37 Rural Calls Made Day or Night Dr. A. B. Jordan DENTIST Offices In his n'ew office building East Hiram Street Phone 86 Atlanta General Clinic DR. D. B. WHITEHEAD Office—Over Alexander-Hughes Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone No. 305 Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 Residence Phone 302 A. Miles Insurance A G E N C V Fire, Tornado, Burglary, Auto Builder's Risk, Bonds MRS. RUBY ELLINGTON Atlanta —Mg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, PASS COUNTY, TEXAS In Memoriam John A. Bewley, age 74 years, five motiths and twenty-seven days, was born in Missouri arid came to Texas at the age of eight with his parents, who settled at Gainsville, Texas. Twice married, in the year of 1892 and again in tne year of 1900. To the first union two sons were born, and to the second three sons were born. Three of these survive, the oldest and youngest having died many years ago. He joined the Metho- dist church at the age of 14, sur- rendering himself to a life of Christian service. For more than sixty years he lived a constant con- sistent Christian. On July 27, 1941, God called and the spirit of John A. Bewley heard land answered the call. He went to live with God, the God he loved and served. He entered into lifes full frutition, thus he received his reward at the hand of God, a re- ward that comes to all who live and serve as he did, the reward of life eternal. The writer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS T THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HAKRELL, Editor und Publisher Entered at the PoatoKlce In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Otflci 200 Easl Hiram Street Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining counties Ono Year l.SOOn# Year $1 00 Blx Months 1.00 Six Months .78 Three Months .65 Three Months — — B0 WRIGHT PATMAN r&^SwisP$|: WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS —_uv Hitler is After United States As the United States prepares to give more and more aid to Na- tions fighting aggression, 1 think it well that we review factors, which have created the present world crisis. First of all, it arises from the vast growth of Hitler's power, combined with the Nazi hostility to us. Consider what Hitler has done. Hitler, in less than 4 years, has taken over or conquered 12 coun- tries. Here is his record sin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

l\ | I Bro. Kaufman sure brought us three fine messages this week-end. Let everyone came back next Sunday for Sunday School and Sunday night. We ask everyone j that is interested in a IJTU to | meet us at the church and help or- j ganize one. We will also sing I some. The BTU meeting will be in At- lanta Thursday night at the bap- tist church. The Brotherhood will meet at New Colony Friday night. Every one attend tl^ese meetings. The women will meet at Mrs. Jay Williums Thursday and quilt a quilt for the orphans home. Mr. and Mrs. Valdo Cobb are re- modeling their home. Sorry that Mrs. Cobb is no better. Rev. J. £. Anderson preached at Courtland Sunday night. We are glad to report Mrs. Al- bert Clayton able to be brought home from the Brook's clinic. Also glad to see Mrs. A. M. Ste- ger able to be up again. Mrs. Brown has not been feel- ing so well the past week. Mrs. Lillie Berry Thompson re- turned home Sunday after spend- ing a week with Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Clayton. Rev. Kaufma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

the CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 Sunshine Class Sponsor Shower The Sunshine Class of the First j Baptist church met in the Adult j Department Thursday evening, September 19. The rooms were decorated in roses and baskets of fall flowers J in every vantage paint. Every guest registered in Norma Sue Cobb's baby book as they entered. The meeting was opened with a song "Our Best" which was sung with much enthusiasm and follow- ed by a devotional by Mrs. Hun- ter McWilliams on Paul's exorta- tion on the Ten Commandments. Prayer by Mrs1. Brooks. Mrs. Jay Clements presided .in the ab- sence of the president, Mrs. Ware. All officers gave interesting re- ports for the month of August. The new officers for the follow- ing year were elected: president, Mrs. Charley Starkey; first vice president, Mrs. J. C. Burnside; sec- ond vice president, Mrs. Hunter McWilliams; third vice president, Mrs. Jay Clements; fourth vice president, Mrs. Hugh Green; secr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor The Soldier and His Sanctuary— I Since the first of the army cha- L pels was dedicated in late July at ^the Arlington Cantonment, near ^[Washington, other houses of wor- have been completed across country. Already they are in ost constant use. On Sunday is a sufficient number of ser- so that each chaplain may FISH DINNERS he Finest in the Land" 35c and 50c Also Steak and Chicken Dinners. Complete line of Sandwiches and Cold Drinks. Free Picnic Grounds Bring Your Family up and Enjoy your Picnic With U8 RIVERSIDE Dining Room (Formerly Blaylock's) Under the Management of B. L. (Buddy) Holmes and Son, Bry- ant. 14 Miles Out on Texarkana Highway at Sulphur River Bridge. Phone 5009-W for Dinner or Picnic Reservation Texarkana, Texas have one for his denomination with vesper services in the afternoon or evening. Civilian instruc t i o n groups meet on Monday. Civilian chu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 September 1941

SKlfPI i$WB!F®te fflI 5! il!®WfSIPWMMaHJW3 ®.':^?JMMOT;^g®9BBB!BHPSM8!^ r -nr.n. -„w„ _, , ^jSr.M.r*;"^*,f.*r- v ; ;■.<: ■■■vi-r, ■>•■•■• * \ n-v.1 ,"^ ■"■> ;• "';t,s • ■■■' ■■ 'y,g>.'.^ . ?, <":v.vv\ 7". ■ THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY*. TEXAS ■Bsflfr v#; ■ == Mrs. C. H. Nelson Dies at Linden Mrs. C. H. Nelson, 83, pioneer citizen of Linden, died Saturday night after a brief illness. Funer al services were held at the family home at 10 a. m.( Monday, conduct- ed 1/y Rev. A. L. Pearce of Bloom- burg, assisted by Rev. John R. Bryant, Linden and Rev. Taylor of Kildure. Burial was in the Lin- den cemetery. Mrs. Nelson was one of the early settlers of Linden, having moved there sixty-two years ago. She was born in St. Charles, Ark., De- cember 20, 1857, and was married to C. H. Nelson on Dec. 22, 1874. She was the wife of the late C. H. Nelson, a long time resident of Cass county and the grandmother of Mrs. Toby Henderson and Mrs. Howard Day, of Texarkana. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 October 1941

H3 f X / Y./ >.';^: ; ;| «pfj SECOND ANNUAL RODEO IN ATLANTA OCTOBER 17 - 18 AND 19 Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlttt*! • Trade at Ho««l • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER THIRTY-NINE State Aid Schools To Be Visited Deputy State Supt. S. B. Culpep per and County Supt. D. H. Boon will begin visiting Cass county I schools for State Aid on Oct. 13. ^ j The requirements for state aid are listed on page 141 of the 1941 Cass County Year Book. Supt Boon says there are two checks to be made on attendance this year. First, children wno aru transferred into a district, whoFe grades are taught in their home district must attend school 33 days of the t'rst 60 days of school be- fore they are counted on the teach er pupil load. (Teachers and trustees should give attention to this requirement.) Second: A general 65% attend- ance of all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 October 1941

OAK GROVE Mrs. Jesse Loper, Reporter munity. We will have singing Sunday. Our new books are here and we are anxious to learn some new songs. All singers are invited to be with us. Visitors in the L. M. Blue home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Char- lie Holland and Rosalie, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Little, Lena Beth and Mattie Sue, Ruth and Jesse Hol- land of the "Y", Mrs. C. C. Fergu son and daughter Frances of At- lanta; Mrs. Artie Daniels and fami ly of Kildare; Mrs. Dee Blue and Mrs. Rosa Vaughan, of Atlanta; Mrs. Frank Cowgill, Vivian, La.; Mrs. C. C. Green and Mrs. Marlin Bond, Linden. A group of relatives gathered in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Blackman to celebrate his 70th birthday. Those present were Mrs. Morris Cobb and sons of Zylks, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sears and children of Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blackman and children of Tyler; Mrs. Leo Blue and children, of Oak Grove. Elmer Blackman of Longview, recently underwent an appendix operation and is doing nicely. Visitors...

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

r 'i<^ D K. \ Cass County Fair Awards Announced Livestock unci Poultry— Dairy Cattle—Class III Jersey Bull over 2 years: 1st, Mrs| R E. Blankenship; 2nd N. P. Brown. Jersey Bull under 1 year; Les- ter McMichael; 2nd Franklin John son. Jersey Bull between 1 and 2 years: lBt W. L. Shelton; 2nd. N. P, Brown. Jersey Heifer under 1 year: 1st R. P. Blankenship; 2nd Lester Mc- Michael. Jersey Cow over 2 years: (2 /to 4); 1st W. D. Berry; 2nd W. D. Berry. Jersey Heifer, 1 to 2 years: 1st W. D. Berry; 2nd N. P. Brown. Beef Cattle—Class IV Bull over 2 years: 1st E. C. Cates; 2nd J. C. Eaton. Bull under 2 years: 1st L. C. Skelton; 2nd, C. D. Glover. Cow over 2 years: 1st L. C. Skel ton; 2nd C. D. Glover. Cow over 2 years: 1st L. C. Skel ton; 2nd E. C. Cates. Fat Baby Beef under 1 year: 1st Ira Spears; 2nd Ed Davis. Horses and Mules—Class V Mule colt under 1 year: 1st Mor ris Moulton; 2nd J. F. Ayers. Mule colt between 1 and 2 years: 1st Joe Sy Eaton; no competition. Mare and mule colt under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 October 1941

WM. ___ 3®W-\v ^ V'- A. THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ========== THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1941 Myra Neal Harrell H PHONES 178 or 82-J Martha Hall Student Counsellor at Mary- Hardin Baylor Miss Martha Hall who was select ed as one of the 70 upperclassmen student counsellors at Mary Har- din-Baylor College, Belton, Texas, attended a training conference at the college last week. She also took part in Alma Reeves Chapel program which was given for the freshmen and new students. Miss Hall, who will be a senior this year, will continue to serve throughout the year as counsellor. Student counsellors are chosen each year from among the outstanding students on the campus. Counsel lors assist in orientating new stu- dents and to act as friendly advis ers throughout the school year. All colors of cardboard at the Journal Office. Farmers Feed and Supply Young People's League Meet The Young People's League tof the First Methodist church met in the dining room of the church at 6:...

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

mmm . " •• '■; • V" • ) • • A-- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1941 Trade in Atlanta—We can do all kinds of Printing. Yt Y> Yt Yi'i Yi't '> 'i 'i YtViYilii1 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS FREEMAN CLEANERS Phone 316 lYiYtYiYtYtYiYiYtYiYiY^HI Presbuterian W. M. S. The Ladies Auzilliary of the Presbyterian church met in their regular meeting Tuesday after- noon at the church. Mrs. John Hughes of Jefferson, was an appreciated visitor. After prayer led by Mrs. Hughes •Mrs. K. Nelson, tho leader, conduct ed a very spiritual lesson from the book of Deuteronomy. The meeting closed with the Miz- pah benediction, to meet next Tues •lay at the church with Mrs. Clyde Glass as leader. Subscribe for the Journal TODAY! AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY During October, November and December The T. J. Hopkins Memorial Studio has been serving the people of the Tri-State area for more than thirty years, and in that time has produced and erected the most distinctive tri- butes to be found in the s...

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

■■Ml IM t THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HAKKKLL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postotflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter Issued Thursday of each week. Otflci 208 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In cass and Adjoining Counties One Year IX.SOOna Ye r tl.00 Six Months i l.OOSlx Month* „ .75 Three Mouths - .(SThrec Months — —... .50 WRIGHT PATMAN'S-^Pfpll - ""'M - ' WEEKLY NEWS LETTER CONGRESSMAN TEXAS—Y Importance of Price Control Bill Although Congress is in recess for three days at a time and no business is being transacted in either body, the House committee on Banking and Currency is hold- ing daily hearings, lasting some- times into the night, on the Price Control Bill. Leon Henderson was Interrogated by members of this committee for four weks. In addi- tion, Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau; Chairman of the Fed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 October 1941

QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor An old elm tree breathes silently A melody of silhouetted leaves That blend with reed and string And 'wistful notes that sing In one grand symphony. Loyal M. Thompson. This Week's Subs— Mrs, G. W. Nichols, Texarkana, Ark., $1.00. Ben F. Ellington, Queen City $1 D. D. Dodd, Queen City, $1.00. Coming Event— Mr. and Mrs. Starling Daniel will be married 52 years this Nov. 13. A date that few couples are ble to celebrate. Our love and all ood wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Dan- iel and their family. 1 Subscription Price Going Up— Sends in your subs—new and re- newal. Every Cass county family needs the Citizens Journal. The price will be raised Nov. 1, 1941, to $1.60 per year in Cass County only, and will be $2.00 per year outside of Cass county. Advance in produc- tion costs necessitate this raise. F Radiations— A striking cartoon of last week's Christian Advocate gave picture of a Christian Home with rays radiat- ing above the home: labeled: Tem- perance,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 October 1941

: THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY,'OCTOBER 2, 1941 BLOOMBURG Sabbath Quiet The streets are 'most deserted, And yester's market rush Today has been converted To Sabbath calm and hush. Adays Service Station & Grocery Today men pause a moment From labor's care and strife To let emotions foment In thoughts that turn to life. Today more hearts are lifted Above life's petty care, And minds that lately drifted To mammon turn in prayer. Today more seek the donor Of all life's good to men And turn to His house to honor Him who saves from sin. Today fewer hearts are saddened Because of an empty pew— And the Heart of God is glad- dened, Since one occupant is YOU! —Eula M. Wood. MUSIC LESSONS PIANO - VOICE EDWARD WALTERS, Mus. M. DOROTHY WALTERS, Mus. B. LESSONS GIVEN IN ATLANTA IF DESIRED Write for folder STUDIOS Gazette Bldg., Room 100 Texarkana, Texas Phone 635 2701 Hickory St. Texarkana, Arkansas Phone 1675 NEW STATE THEATRE "ONE OF TEXAS' FINEST" NOTICE—Due ...

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