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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

VI M i ! * v Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR County Red Cross Roll Call Goals Roll Call Chairman, Robert Sal- mon, has appointed the following persons to serve in their communi- ties in the annual Red Cross Mem- bership Drive. The figures indicate the number of memberships as- signed each place. Let every per- Bon and community do their bit to- ^ ward going over the top on this quota. Atlanta, 350; Dr. Joe Nichols, v-'' / Avinger, 75; Mrs. Marshall Fel- ker. Bivins, 50; Mrs. Jack Jones. Bloomburg, 50; Mrs. C.C. Rainey Douglassville, 30; Mrs. J. C. Mor riss. Hughes Springs, 100; Kildare, 50; Waylon Nelson. Lanier, 10; Mrs. Thos. Fant. Linden, 200; Mrs. Chas. Miller. Marietta, 50; Earl Harris. Queen City, 40; Mrs. J. D. Hanes Huffines, 15; Joe Bentley. McLeod, 25; P. M. Tolleson. The 1941 drive started Tuesday, Nov. 11, and will continue until Dec. 1. The Red Cross needs are growing daily and everyone in the county is ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

fisw,:-i:;'. a THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS m THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1941 QVEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington. Editor 50 Years Together and fear of war stricken countries of Europe. They need our love— our sympathy and our material aid. May we, as individuals and as nations be turned back to God. i Our God is a God of Peace; a God Sunday, November 23, Mr. and 0f cleansing and a God of corn- Mrs. A. 1). Morris, Douglassville, pletion. Are we giving ourselves will celebrate their Golden Wed- t0 that service? ding anniversary. it is also the ; Evening theme was Repentence, birthday of A. D. Morriss. I giving examples of David and the Prodigal son. Rev. Burkhalter left Monday for Abilene to attend the State Bap- Will Ross Powell, a baby boy, convention, opening there Tues weight 7 3-4 pounds, named Wil- , (|ay_ liam Roswell. ' ___ William Roswell Powell: Born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Congratulations, love good wishes. and all Subs: Mrs. E. L. Knowles, Queen City. Tuesday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1941 i'i. •■*,'> THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, GAS.S COUNTY, TEXAS Xiv n ii FOREST HILL Mrs. T. C. Wilson, Reporter We thank each and everyone for helping to make our pie supper a success. The stunts were enjoyed and several prizes were won. Our sick folks have improved which we are proud to say. Miss Alsie Mae Wilson visited at Bivins this week-end. Max Bergt Jr., spent Saturday night and Sunday with Herman Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Obreen of Paris, visited in the T. C. Wilson home Sunday. Miss Dorthy Williams of Atlanta visited Faye E. Stone Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Hancock and son Luther Edward have mov- ed to Marietta. Sorry to lose them ffrom our community, they have been gone several weeks but we failed to report it. Mrs. Clinton Foster and children visited in the Roy Heldt home Sun day evening. Sunday visitors in the Tom Fin- ley home were Mr. atfd Mrs. Duey Frashier and children of New Bos- ton and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Craw- ford and chi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

SB ft THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS Atlieneum Club Holds Meeting The Atheneum club met Nov. 6, in the home of Mrs. Willie Ken- nedy anil decided to have a game tournament for the public, Thurs- day, November 13, at the grade school auditorium, at 7:30 p. m. Prizes and refreshments were plan ned and a good time is expected to be had by all who attend. A booth at the Texas Home Guard carnival, Nov. 11 was also planned with each member selling home made candy. It was decided that a car of dele gates would attend the State Fed- erated Club convention to be held in Dallas, November 10-13. Mrs. Oraa Sheppard, leader for the afternoon introduced the fol- lowing program: Mrs. Fried Manning, Remember the Alamo, Remember Goliad! The story of the two blackest days of history. Mrs. DeFlay Johnson, The Ala- mo's Immortal Warriors, James Bowie, the man of mystery; Davy Crockett, be sure your right, then go ahead; Wm. B. Travis, Com- mander of the 32...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

mmmmm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM II ■ i t'5* • « I , U> iaJHb I y • ^ i After a very busy week in Hous- • t<*i at the annual meeting of the Tjpxas Conference, we returned w, tybme on Tuesday afternoon. We Were glad to get back. It is a pleasure to be here again, looking Into the days which lie ahead and Wondering about the things which they are likely to unfold. Every christian should be church minded. We can not have fish with out water. Seed surely would have a hard time growing without the earth. A car could never run with out wheels. Even so, religion has a terrible time staying alive and effective without the aid and the cultivation, the worship and the service opportunities offered by the church. ii if ion Ihe till pm his em ito pon jne. Itor 30c C i Gay irresponsibility is one of the irave sins of our age. Ignorant igratitude runs it a close second, killing off the greater use of our finer power...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

fHS CITIZENS. JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1941 ;| I The Citizens Journal (Founded 187 > J. W. HARRELL. Editor and Publisher Entered at the Poatofflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Offlc i 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES «Payable in Advance! State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $1.50One Year Six Months — 1.00 Six Months Three Months .85 Three Months $1 00 . .75 . .50 hair produced in the United States; 82.6 per cent of Angora goats; 21.1 per cent sheep and lambs; 35.5 per cent of the cotton acres, but 23.7 per cent of the cotton pro- duced; 43.7 per cent of the pecan trees of non-bearing age, and 31.2 per cent of the pecan trees of bear irig age; 37.6 per cent of the onions and 40 per cent of the grape fruit. WRIGHT PATMAN T WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — congressman — texas — Price Control Bill Favored by House Committee: The Banking and Currency Com mittee protected ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

t . / THURSDAY, NOVEM^U Kl, I<)41 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS , Dee Whitaker Passes Away Dee Whitaker, age 74, died at his home in the Snow Hill commu- nity, November 5, 1941. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Tinnie Whitaker; one daughter, two step-sons, Mrs. Earl Fomby, Omaha, Texas; T. L. and Simp Simpson, of Mt. Pleasant; one grand child, threo step-grand chil- dren. Funeral services were held at the Snow Hill Baptist church at 2:30 p. m., November 6, 1041, con- ducted by Rev. Forest Strickland, of Hughes Springs. Interment was in the Snow Hill cemetery under the direction of the Hanner Fun- eral Service. , V 4Ei V. Hemperly Dies two sons, Wallace and Billie of Mc- Leod; three brothers and three sis- ters, John Cooper, Wainswright, Okla.; Raymond Cooper, Fabers, Texas; Harrison Cooper, Veneda, Okla.; Mrs. Lona Westmoreland, of Wainswright, Okla.; Mrs. Mary Thomas, Mulberry, Ark.; Mrs. Maud Jackson, Oklahoma City, Okla. The remains were carricd over- land...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 November 1941

I I if ,J "1 I THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS MIDWAY Mm. il. L. iI lint Sunday is our regular preaching day. We are glad to have Kev. Walton Day returned to us for ynother year. On Monday afternoon the T. E. L. Class of the Marietta Sunday School surprised Mrs. Alvis Rogers 1 with a miscellaneous shower. She | received twenty-two nice gifts. She appreciates them so much. Mrs. V. B. Spiva, Mrs. C. H. Mer rill and daughters Charlotte Jean and Laura Mae of Longview; Mrs. P. It. Lanier, Mrs. L. T. Lane and son, Richard of Texarkana; Mrs. Fred Cameron and son Freddie of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunt and James Lewis were Sat- urday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dupree and Mrs. M. J. Prator. Mrs| Prator returned to Texarkana Saturday. Week-end visitors in the A. A. and Marvin Powell homes were Mr. and Mrs. Porter Crutcher, Miss Fannie Crutcher of Kilgore; Mr. Sick? Can't Get Well? Don't Give Upl Qo Any Hour—Dav or Night—to Dr. J. Fuller King CHIROPRACTOR King Resi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 November 1941

V \ /•*« Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 Enon Workers Conference Friday At Springdale 0 The Enon Baptist Association Workers Conference will be held with the Springdale church, Fri- day, November 21. The program is as follows: Morning 9:40—Devotional, 0. A. Lummus. 10:00—A Tenderfoot at the Con — vention, R. E. Baucum. A > 10:30—Highlights of the Con- 9 vfention, L. L. Burkhalter. j 11:00—The Ministers Retirement Plan, C. T. Hatchel. 11:30—Sermon, John J. Bryant. 12:00—Lunch. Afternoon: 1:15—Executive Board meeting in charge of chairman, John R. Bryant. 2:00—Devotional, R. M. Dooley. 2:20—Statewide Sunday School Revival, J. E. Anderson. 2:40—Missions in the Church Budget, A. L. Pearce. 3:00—Closing Message, A. L. Taylor. Cotton Farmers to Vote December 13 For the fifth consecutive year, > * Texas cotton farmers will vote in \ a cotton m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 November 1941

. . ■■■ T,r..,.. ,V* W r " THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 I I _ I I The Citizens Journal (rounded 1878) J. W. HARRC1X. Editor and Publisher entered at the Postolltc* In Atlanta, Texas, ma second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Otllc* 308 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) Outside of Cass county In Cass County One Year 13.00 One Year _ (I SO Six Months 1.35 six Months 1.00 Three Months ,76 Three Months 8S HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM II I- i* r r i iw A i statement from his Lips. He was a civil engineer. Many have been the occasions in which I have gone out with him to run lines and mea- sure land. He was well acquainted with Indian lore—and even had a museum in which he kept the relics of the American Indian. He was one of the most challenging charac- | ters I have ever known. Many in this whole section will remember his life and ministry with joy and thanksgiving. As Dr. J. W. Mills | o...

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

Bfgfifc' v'SM ■ t. "NMWfc >■*■**" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS I W I 5 \ Almira News ^Mrs^ Vernon Ball, Reporter Our Sunday School enrollment is Increasing, so let's try to keep it on the up and up. Come to Sunday School each Sunday and bring someone with you. We need you. Remember our regular fourth Sunday week-end meeting appoint ment. Come to church and hear Rev. Edgar Hamilton and Rev. Ver non Ball, pastors. We are very sorry to report that there is so much illness in our com munity. We wish for everyone a very speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Lee Green of Union Hill, and Mrs. Green of Linden were week-end visitors in the home of their sister, Mrs. C. Pfenny. Master Sonny Sheffield of Le- gion Fields has been spending the week-end in the home of his grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shef- field. He was accompanied home by his aunt, Miss Vela Mae Shef- field, who spent the week-end in the home of her brother Mr. and Mrs. Corne...

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

,:«E THB CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS — , , —, .: rr? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 1/1 >i/—1 Mj/ra A^a/ Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-J Wesley an Service Guild Meet The Wesleyan Service Guild was entertained with a lovely buffet supper Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Frank Dent as hostess. Reception rooms were decorated with autumn flowers in bright colors. Miss Jerline Kennedy, president, presided over the business hoilr, appointing several new committees. Mrs. Kenneth Way, our most talented leader gave the lesson for the evening. Miss Jane Watts in her very in- teresting way gave "The Little Brown Church in the Vale," after which Miss Helefi Manning sang the song that has lingered in our hearts and minds for many years. Those present to enjoy a delight ful evening were the following: Mesdaines Mary Lee King, Mary Holloway, Mable Hogan and Mis- ses Jane Watts, Mary Tucker, Mau die Chance, Peggy Way, Alice O'- Neal, Julia Cargile, Dorothy Shaw, Jerline Kennedy, Maxine Fros...

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

/ \ ■9 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 boUGLASSVlLLU Mrs. Jim McCoy THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 9 i e Murphy Oliver of Bastrop, La., visited his father H. 0. Oliver here Thursday. Roe Curtwright, Leo McCoy, Dewey Narrainore, Charlie War- rington, Cameron Nolen and Roy Frosl left Friday for Fredericks- burg, where they will spend a week deer hunting. Preston Carlow left Saturday for Tuseon, Ariz., after having spent a fifteen day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Car- low. Mr. and Mrs. CharLie Williams and Mil* Thelma Carlow of Tex- arkana, visited in the J. S. Carlow hcjjme Friday morning. I Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Carmichael a )'■ children and Mrs. Edgar ^jlely and baby of Marshall visited their mothers, Mrs. Emma McCoy and Mrs. Blanche Carlow respec- tively, Sunday. Mrs. Roy Frost and David Har- old are spending the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. P. McCoy. Miss Nettie Jo Carlow of Texark ana spent the week-end at home. Miss Louise Day spent the wee...

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

" THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 HERE AND THERE— Abbie Lou Brank left her heart in Pittsburg. Frances Thompson just can't make her mind up whether she likes Rusty Ford or not. Melba Lee McCarter seems kinda grieved since her heart-break left for San Antonio. Odett Richardson is trying to catch Charles Burkhalters eye. Sick? Can't Oet Well? Don't Dive Upl Oo Any Hour—Dav or Night—to Dr. J. Fuller King CHIROPRACTOR King Residence: South side Linden hi-way, 3 Miles West of Atlanta, Texas. See Sign! Examination & Consultation Free Lady Attendant House Calls Made jAmerican Thanksgiving i Mary Francis Patterson and Thorn as Delk from Rodessa are quite a pair. Rachel ChajJman is kinder wor- ried about J. R. Ferguson. Billie Jean Boone has her eyes on Bill Ramsey. Mable Jean Curtwright makes her trips to Linden quite often to see William Calvin Brown. Marie Beck and E. L. Brown are swell in making puppy love. Elta Frost is giving Evelyn Mo...

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

■' ' ■■ ' '_s |^j^^mt||j|j -■- '.-'■ ._, ..'. . ■*. n jWUM* . /f;'v: i . .tit"' i ;, • J /'" .'•* Wffi. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1941 f;-ip THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Someone visiting you? Phone 178 [■tlHITTMHI'TTTTIITTTm i t tii i 11 l i lit i i l iii 'l'i'i'i'i' DUE TO A SHORTAGE OF PAPER, WE WILL BE UN- ABLE TO USE PAPER BAGS TO DELIVER YOUR CLEAN- ING AND PRESSING. LET'S ALL WORK TOGETHER FOR AMERICA "FIRST." FREEMAN CLEANERS PHONE 316 '.v.WiWMyMy.vMWL QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor W.ar Against Waste— Every individual should join the war against waste. This has al- ways been needful—A wilful waste, makes a woeful want. War demands conservation. We then learn through necessity the principles of thrift. Take care of the small things and the large will care for themselves. There are many families now de- pendent, who would be independent, if they had all along practiced the I o< f, ■ui o A fliort Wave and f Ml Standard, Stwrt ^ b, Model «rf"° JSim...

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

^._l fir irr I -II' rmu. .. f\ : ■ V y V ' -f; ; ■ * "mS^UffltOT • " ' ■*•.■■' /v.f, THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS Pettit Jurors Are Drawn Petit Jurors for November 24: Vance Dudley, Hughes Springs; J. M. Swint, Douglassville; J. A. Nelson, Hughes Springs; Hicks Woromack, Naples; D. T. Viard, Hughes Springs; Jay Kirkland, Linden; A. Irvin, Hughes Springs; J. A. Thomas, Atlanta; B. E. Fer- rell, Linden; O. T. Moore, Bivins; Edgar Pressley, Naples; W. S, Shaddix, Hughes Springs; M. H. Brown, Queen City; W. E. Rowe, Hughes Springs; J. A. Zimmer- man, Bryans Mill; Louis Hicks, Naples; J. C. Wilbanks, Bloom- burg; C. R. Shipp, Bloomburg; T. B. Newton, Bloomburg; Roy E. Melton, Bryans Mill; T. J. Stiles, Hughes Springs; Leo McCoy, Doug lassville; Pat Moore, Naples; J. M. Gholson, Atlanta; C. E. Hansford, NEW STATE THEATRE "ONE OF TEXAS' FINEST" Friday, Family Day, November 21 Kids 5c till 4:30—Adults 11c (Tax Incl) Dav or Nite ERROL FLYNN — OLIVA DE HAVILLAND in "SANT...

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

/ ► ggpjjjg Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YKAll The Citizens journal Be Loyal to At • Trade at • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1941 NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN Ailonfo Wine Firef Five New Methodist Home Buildings /Hldllld tYlllb riioL rpQ ge j>e(jicated Friday, November 28 District Title by S " Defeating Linden Coach Earl Wray's high-flying Rabbits outfought the Linden High School Tigers here last Thursday night, winning the district 21-A football champoinship 13 to, giving Atlanta her first district title. \ With the game only a few min- utes old the Rabbits offense was in full swing. After marching 35 yards Richard Johnson heaved a pass to Hawthorne on Linden's 40 yard line. With beautiful broken- field running, Hawthorne evaded enemy tacklers and raced the re- maining 40 yards for a touchdown. John Decker swept around end for the extra point. Late in the second quarter Rich-...

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

Wi. ■ Vfl ■ M L.l 1 m J I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COOTfTT, TEXAS The Citizens Journal HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM '■ • riiiiBiii • . 'V'/ " i* In His day, Jesus met some peo- ple unto whom he could not com- mit himself. They were anxious to claim Him. He was not anxious to claim them. They wanted to join in, but he gave them little en- couragement. John 2:24-25 is such an instance in point. It is possible to kick up a lot of fan fare about religion—get to- gether figures—even attract per- sons—and still be the kind of per- son unto whom Jesus would not commit Himself if he were to meet you face to face in the flesh. service. Mrs. Whisenant was miss ed from the services Sunday. We were glad to see Mrs. JohA Thomp son, William and Johnnie present Sunday. Mr. John Hanner was at both sendees Sunday. Nath Han- ner could only take one (I think Mrs. Hanner made him come.) Jack Oakes was not made to come. Hershel looked tine on the last row under the bal...

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

NRNNMnmMNmniMfw. vsdmMKQM. WWV ► / THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS v.y J L D J ':: .#?* & m E l^'.X rasr* U '|fegdf tec are state. Our ♦heir mothers' arms to ar rficl ^ our school aids sent t other drudgeries away from Tiome, drilled and regimented,torn from nor and care—slaves to an ideology of "the p >rsuit ef happiness" W ad, follow the white "pill" down*h<i aseball bat, pr cast a fly where w etween crowding cliffs and pines. But our God bless them I—they are our under the aggressp hey if we stand UNITED, a nation m J/* May we forever truly keep out country as the UNITED States of America 1 i the terSl ■chSwn st joy. They x m:m These sentiments are *-.,■ ■■■ « . fl< ■ ui>i..i.i.i , em Carroll's Ready-To-Wear The Same Mercliandise For Less Money More Merchandise for the Same Money Ben Franklin Store 5c to $1.00 Store Atlanta, Texas East Texas Motor Co. Chevrolet and Buick Atlanta Linden Walker Drug- Co. Paints and Oils...

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

r ... ' Hsi".'' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1941 I EMB3 PHONES 178 or 82-J Myra ISeal Harrell Dance at Country Club Tonight The Rhythm Kings, with Jitnmie Cargile as manager, and Ramona Knight, vocalist, will be featured at a dance at the Indian Hills Coun try Club Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock. Club members are asked to bring out-of-town guests and at- tend this Thanksgiving dance. Y. W. A. The Y. W. A. met Monday night in the home of their leader Mrs. Roy Maples. The purpose of the Lottie Moon offering was discussed. A Lottie Moon Christmas program will be given at the next meeting. The organization decided to contribute $1.00 per month to the Baptist 100,000 club. The program was given by Mrs. Maples and was taken from the book—These Things Remain. Refreshments were served and the meeting adjourned. The next meeting will be with Minnie Lee Salmon. Miss Dorothy Griffin Appears in Play Miss Dorofchy Griffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ...

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