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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

r ■) i • « A««o onimrpv TXTtD f THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Rainey - Smith Nuptials The marriage of Miss Marguerite Rainey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Rainey Sr., of Union Chapel, and Randall Smith, son of Mrs. Allye Smith, of Handley, Texas, took place Sunday afternoon, De- I JOY BE YOURS 1 iThis Christmas may re-| Joicing fill your heart asf [full of happiness as Santa| [has filled your Christmas® [stocking with thrillingj La Verne I Beauty Shop I La Verne Capps •Phone 220 Atlanta, Tex.| W'JKM ftgs Pi i cember 21, 1941, at three o'clock, in the home of the bride's sister und brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Brabham, Union Chapel. Rev. R. B. Jones, of Winfield, Texas officiated. ' The bride wore a dress of sol- dier blue with hat and flowers of pastel pink. Her other accessories were black. The bride's only attendant was Mrs. Archie Sterley, of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Sterley wore beige, with black accessories. Her flowers were Talis...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

m ' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 go n 1 Steel and Iron :tion Program Any iron and steel scrap collect- ed from Texas farms will help eliminate possible squeezes on manufacture of defense materials, 8. F. Vance, chairman, Texas USD A Defense Board, has an- nounced. Office of Production Manage- ment has asked for scrap materi- als from cities while the Depart- ment of Agriculture has been re- quested to increase the flow from farms to offset threatened shut- downs of some mills, Vance painted out. Texas farmers should not scrap useful machinery, the chairman Raid in pointing out that all neces- sary equipment is vital in meet the Food-For-Freedom goals. Many farmers retain worn out machinery to scrap for bolts, gears and other parts in repairing newer machi- nery, he said and suggested sale of remaining useless parts. County USDA Defense boards can contribute to the drive by de- signating certain days in the week for iron and steel scr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

' -ff .J#®. ■ .......—i&jm*. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1941 Buying a New Coat This year's winter coat likely will cost more and have to last longer than the one before, so women buying new ones need to be extra careful in making their selections. Check every detail or coat quali- ty before you buy to make sure you get the best material and the best made coat you can afford. That's the advice of Mrs. Dora R. Barnes, clothing specialist for the Texas A. and M. College Exten- sion Service, to women buying win ter coats now. The first step is to find out the fiber content of the coat, and this year consumers have the new wool Products Labeling Act to help Season's Greetings! May We Greet You Merry Xmas and Happy New Year Jewel's | Shoe Shop | J. M. Hutchins, Prop. | Atlanta, Texas IMMMMMMMNIMNIMttMNMk them. The exact wool content and the kind of wool must be includ- ed in the label of every coat con- taining more than 5 percent wool. Next, look carefully at the lining and inter-lir! &l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 December 1941

m, mi ♦ ♦♦ « w* j • A; NEW STATE Tffiffl "ONE OP TEXAS' FINEST" ______ A Today, Wednesday, December 24 Adm. 11c - 25c (Tax Incl.) GENE AUTRY — SMILEY BURNETTE in "DOWN MEXICO WAY" Christmas Eve Preview, December 24 Also Christmas Day Adm. 11 - 30c (Tax Incl.) BY APPOINTMENT ONLY* BARBARA HENRY STANWYCK* FONDA Belompo 1He with EDGAR BUCHANAN Friday, Family Day, December 26 Kids 5c till 4:30—Adults 11c (Tax Incl.) Day or Nite MELVYN DOUGLAS — ROSILAND RUSSELL in "THIS THING CALLED LOVE" \ Saturday, December 27 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 25c (Tax Incl.) RICHARD ARLEN — ANDY DEVINE in "MEN OF THE TIMBERLAND" Saturday Night, Preview Only, December 27 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 30c (Tax. Incl.) three nice girls trying to get along ifarring f I ! ROBT. BENCKLEY • JOAN BLONDELl Sunday - Monday, December 28 - 29 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 30c (Tax. Incl.) WHEN THE BLUES WERE BORN! BEFORE JIVE WAS ALIVE! * When you could do the bunny- ** P hug, without getting V*~> jF killed by a jitter-bug 0 4 Tuesday, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1941

BUY united STATES 8AVI NC8 Bonds The Citizens Journal BUY UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS *rAMP9 SIXTY-SECOND YEAli ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1941 Contributions Continue to Swell Cross Fund * I I I > >}' v- Those contributing to the Red Cross since last week are: C. S. ElLis $1.00 Claude Henry $1.00 Ellington Memorial Hos. $25.00 Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Anderson $2.00 Isiah Unis $5.00 Sw. Gas & Electric Co....... $50.00 Dr. A. B. Jordan $10.00 Mrs. Jack Jones $5.00 J. E. Johnson $5.00 Joe McClung .. $2.50 C. H. Sypert L$5.00 J. F. Whisenant $5.00 Tri-State Theatres $25.00 Gordon McLendon $5.00 Total $146.50 Previously reported $1,209.75 Grand Total to date $1,356.25 Those who have not contributed, please see Estel Manning at the 1st National Bank or Vasco Brabham at the Atlanta National Bank, and give them your contribution. Our county quota .is $4,000.00 and if ev- ery one will do their bit, the task will be easy to raise this amount. President Roosevelt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1941

* :-'W iY, DECEMBER 31, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS \ ..v. . . ESDE1 Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-J Garden Club to Meet Friday The Atlanta Garden Club will meet Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. Irwin Price on Louise street. All mem- bers are urged to be present. Ellington Memorial Hospital News Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bates an- nounce the birth of a baby girl, born December 24, 1941. W. D. Philpott, treatment. Mrs. Wade Aday, treatment. J. T. Hamnett of Bivins, treat- ment. Mrs. Kerm.it Wommack, treat- ment. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crain of Ro- dessa, announce the birth of a baby boy, born December 25, 1941. Mrs. W. H. Hall, Beaumont, Tex- as, treatment. Miss Billie Arden Wharton, ton- sillectomy, December 26. Mrs. Samuel Smithson of Bivins, treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parker of Bi- vins, announce the birth of a baby girl, born December 29, 1941. Mrs. W. D. Dover, Atlanta, treat ment. Miss Norma White, treatment. Ronny Smith of Bryans M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1941

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM The Christmas lights have been U darkened. The tree has been haul- "UC of the front room. The ex- ^^Vpectant spirit has departed from ^Fthe voice and eyes of people we meet. The hurry and rush are "* over. Christmas 1941 is history. The new year has come. Com- mercialism often blots out the real meaning of Christina?. It is no longer a great religious occasion. So now we wrap up our commer- cial trappings. Christmas is over. And for the most part the real thing it should signify never touch ed oiy hearts any way. The deeper thing—the incarnation of God an man—goes by the board, and our weak lives march on. * m Someday a world sick of greed made up of common people who at last have grown wise with the wis lom of the wise men, will really open their ears to the call of love. A world wide revival will be launch ed at Christmas time. The hearts of the plain people will be anxious to h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1941

mm ■Wi ' « THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoffice lu Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Offic-j 209 East Hiraui Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) Outside of Cass County One Year „ Six Months Throe Months In Cass County $2.00 One Year . 1.25 Six Mouths . .75 Three Months . $1.50 ... 1.00 ... .05 AN ORDINANCE AN.. ORDINANCE.. AMENDING THAT CERTAIN ORDINANCE PASSED BY THE CITY COUN- CIL t>F THE CITY OF ATLAN- TA, TEXAS, ON JUNE 2nd, 1941, FIXING RENTALS TO BE PAID BY TELEGRAPH, TELE-1 PHONE, ELECTRIC, AND GAS COMPANIES FOR THE PRI-! VILEGE OF USING WITH THEIR POLES, WIRES, CON- DUITS, PIPES, AND FIX- TURES THE STREETS, EASE- MENTS, AND ALLEYS, AND OTHER PUBLIC WAYS WITH- IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TEXAS, PROVIDING PENAL- TIES FOR VIOLATION, AND PROVIDING AN EMERGEN- CY. BE IT ORDAINE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

STATES The Citizens Journal y> SIXTY-THIRD YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 1942 NUMBER ONE Weldon Glass For District Attorney To the Citizenship of the 5th Ju- dicial District, Cass and Bowie Counties: It has been my honor and pleas- ure to have served you as District Attorney for 3 years. The same feeling of gratitude and apprecia- tion for past favors has remained with me at all times. When the voters elected me, I made no prom- ises other than to fulfill the du- ties and responsibilities of this high office to the best of my legal and moral ability, with fairness, equality, justice to all, and honor to myself. It was my duty when elected to help operate the Crimi- nal District Court as economically as possible and I have at all times cooperated with other officials in making economy in Court a fact and reality instead of a promise. In the operation of the Court at all times the paramount thought was economy for the tax payer and especially do I invite you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

m THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. Q. Ball, Reporter W. S. C. s. Womans Society of Christian Ser vice met in the home of Mrs. So- villa Roberts Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by president, Mrs. A. M. Johnson, giving a very interesting talk on what we should do to help build up our Society for the coming year. Opening prayer by Bro. House. Devotional given by Mrs. Roy Hack ney. Poem "God of Grace and God of Glory," was read by Mrs. J. Q. Ball. "Seeing" by Mrs. B. B. McNeil. Reading by Mrs. Cecil Stanley. Presentation of Year Book's was made to each member. Delicious refreshments of hot coffee, sandwiches and cookies was served. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Joe Roach, Monday, Janu- ary 12. Married: Hicks - Draper Berdie Elizabeth Draper, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Draper of Queen City and Wm. Ray Hicks were married in a simple ceremony * w - c\e*?V° ( \*\ ft* 0. MeV ^ V .Ml at Redwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

TH tSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1942 BUY $ VI THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS >■© Pvt. Sherman Writes Home that is what all of the Americans should do. We soldiers believe hand or mouth to those utensils. The next person to use these uten- Plant Seedlings This Winter Plant tree seedlings this winter and pay for them later! That sums up a new provision in the AAA tree planting program, just announced by the Texas For- est Service, A. & M. College. According to the new plan, far- mers who are contemplating on set ting out forest tree seedlings can secure them from the Texas For- est Service without making ad- common colds, tuberculosis, syphil- ing utensils transfer germs from , and or sterilization impossible or doubtful. No napkins, straws, toothpicks, sils will find the disease germs or any other articles shall be offer waiting for him unless the opera-1 ed for the use of any person if said tor has taken proper measures to napkin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

"J THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY*! 042 TI = Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-j I Ladies Council of Christian Church The Ladies Council of the First Christian church met on Monday, January 5, at the home of Mrs. John Talley. Miss Wilbur Salmon gave the devotional, reading scriptures from the book of James, of which the best known verse is probably "Faith without Works is Dead Methodist W. S. C. S. Meets at Church The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service met Monday afternoon January 5, at three o'clock in the Memorial building in the first regu lar meeting of 1942. Mrs. John Hanner, the president, presided. The meeting was opened by a piano prelude played by Mrs. Guy Hughes, followed by the hymn "For Mrs. Fred Flanagan led the les- ; the Facing of This Hour," written son and asked the questions from by William E. Fosdick which is the lesson. use<i as the theme of the years The next meeting will be in the work and study by this group, 1 or h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

SDAY, JANUARY 8, 1942 oca $ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS David Chesley Johnson has re- turned to NTSTC, Denton, after spending the holidays here with his parents. Read Morr.is Flowers ad else- where in this paper. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walkef, Mrs A. L. McComic, Mrs. J. H. May- berry, and Wayne Walker wore visitors in Gladewater last week. Call at Walker Drug Store for Free 1942 Calendars and Almanacs Mrs. W. D. Horry, county school supervisor, will spend the week- "jkend in Dallas, purchasing books '■~for the Cass County Circulating Library. Noah Carter Jr., has returned to NTSTC, Denton, after spending the holidays here with his parents. Miss Esther McClung, of Austin, spent the holidays in Atlanta with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ii. McClung Sr. 6 < I • O Supt. D. H. Boon, Supt. R. E. Slay ton, Hughes Springs; Supt. C. C. Alexander, Kildare, and Supt. C A. Woods, Marietta, left Wednes- day to attend a School Administra tion Conference in Austin. For those n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS i Journal I and Publisher :■*, u second class mall matter. East Hiram Street—Phone No. 17! 'ayable In Advance) In Cass Count; Tear Months ee Months .$1.50 . 1.00 . .AS A I MAW NEWS LETTER MAN I TEXAS — •e that men be physically and | ally fit. They must have rec- •• (birth certificates, doctors' af- vits, etc.,) to prove that they (or intend to be) United States loana have previously applied to wheat, corn, cotton, rice and tobac co. Peanuts have been added, as they are now a main source of food and oils. The Senate, it is felt by the House farm leaders, will con- cur in the House extension. New Selective Service Bill Congress acted swiftly this week to strengthen America's fighting forces by compelling all men be- tween 18 to 64 to register with Selective Service authorities. Only the men from 20 to 44 will be sub- ject to active military duty. Above this age, the men will be assigned to some kind of non-combatant du- ty in defense ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

"T rv THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS o THE 1 But in Spite of the Past Months Tremendous Business There Are Thousands of Doihirs fj 1 Worth of Winter Wearing Apparel, Shoes and Dry Goods in DUNLAP'S ATLANTA STORE YET TO BE SOLD! DUNLAP'S QUITS!! WC c* 1 4V Just a Few More Days and This Opportunity to Buy at Prices That Have Been Cut and Cut Again Will Be Gone Forever! Nothing reserved—everything goes at deep cut prices LADIES COATS TWO BIG EXTRA SPECIAL GROUPS One Group Regular to $14.95 Quit Business Price $3.88 Mim sj&M'-'m \ % 1 * I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< One Group Regular to $6.90 QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $1.98 CHILDRENS DRESSES Regular to $1.98 Quit Business QQr Price GIRLS COATS Many more cold school days yet this Winter. And what a bargain! QUIT BUSINESS PRICE $1-98-- $2.69 $3.69 RAYON STRIPE BLOOMERS QUIT BUSINESS PRICE Ladies 26c Childrens 22c Ladies DRESSES Original Joan Miller and Martha Manning Dres- ses. Regular to $12.90. QUIT BUSINESS P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 January 1942

iff auT'. ' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 1942 WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK BRITAIN MAY GET CHANCE TO HIT NAZIS IN BEAR NEW YORK—The next three months of the hitter cold Russian steppes and hot Libyan sands may prove decisive in the outcome of the war by giving Britain an op- portunity to spring a sudden of- fensive in the west at the back of the German army already reeling from defeat to defeat in the east. The magnificent army which Adolph Hitler turned on the Rus- sians June 22 in full confidence of another easy victory is in retreat along the 2,000 mile eastern battle front; in Africa, an elite mechan- ized force is fighting to escape a British trap. Not since the retreat of Napoleon from Moscow in 1812, has there been so dramatic a reverse, whether it becomes a disaster fa- tal to Hitler's dreams probably will be determined in the next three months, when the winter really be- comes severe on the Russian plains, when 40 below zero temperatures f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 January 1942

- ' . ' 4~ J ■ -.'.Ijjr ' • ^ r ns wr ' i The Citizens journal SIXTY-THIRD YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 11)42 NUMBER TWC County Taxpayers Meeting Called Registration Date Set for Feb. 16 February 16, 1942 has been set for the third registration. All men between 20 and 45 will be required to register, except those who have already registered. Complete in- formation regarding the registra- tion will be in this paper next week. Niew Examination Plan Effective December 22, a new screening examination was begun. In this examination the local Doc- tors examine the selectees and dis- qualifies only the one obviously dis qualified for military service. All men not disqualified are sent to the Army Examining Station for their final examination prior to in- duction. All men who pass the Army examination will be sent to the Army Reception Center. The time between this examination and actual induction will not be less than ten days and usually from 20 to 30 days. Class...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 January 1942

' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURRSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1942 Myra Neal Heir fell PHONES 178 or 82-J frown • Hammett Yedding The marriage of Miss Viola rown of Hughes Springs, Texas, J. T. Hammett of Phillips, Tex- ", took place Saturday evening, inuary 10, 1942, at Marshall, Tex Mrs. Hammett has for some time /ed in Linden Texas, and has ■pn employed with the AAA of- :e. Mr. Hammett is employed with e Phillips 66 Company at Phil- is, Texas. 1he Thursday tudy Club The Thursday Study Club met nuary 8 in the hospitable home of rs. Nath Hanner and Mrs. Jack skes. This was the seventh study i the Culture of Latin America. Mrs. Oval Harden led the club a most enthusiastic drill in lanish conversation. The leader, rs. Bob Howe, gave interesting ielights on the Culture of Vene- ela. Venezuela is a Federal Re- blic of twenty states and was e main land discovered August 1498, by Columbus. The people e of a Spanish descent, and con- fute the ruling class. They re- esent the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 January 1942

r~* THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Enon W. M. U. District Meeting Despite inclement weather con- ditions that prevailed, Wednesday, January 7th, an enthusiastic quar- terly meeting of Enon W. M. U. As sociation was held with Hughes Springs Baptict church. The associational president, Mrs. Jay Clements presided over the meeting, which opened with the hymn "Sweet Hour of Prayer," fol- lowed in prayer by Mrs. C. T. Hat chel. After hearing the uplifting and inspiring message of the president we all feel more zealous and en- couraged to make this year 1942 | one of the greatest in our work for Gods kingdom. A splendid devotion taken from the 17th chapter of 1st Kings was given by Rev. Ben R. Stripling, who closed the devotional period with prayer. A beautiful solo "His Eye Is on the Sparrow" was sung by Mrs. Roy Maple, accompanied by Mrs. Ben R. Stripling. The program was climaxed with the interesting missionary book God's Raven, taught by Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 January 1942

«pp# ,—^ '-■it THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURRSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1043 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1S7 J. W. HARRKLL, Editor and Publisher _ at the Poitoffle* In AtUnU, Timi, u eOondcl*u m ll m*Uer. Thursday o! each weak. Offloa 20B East Hiram Street—Phone No. 1W SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance* Outside of Cass county to ClB" County One Tear Bis Months — Three Months . $3.00 One Tear 1.35 Six Months _ .76 Three Months 41.60 . 1.00 M =WR IGHT3*TMAN ' S|^ WE EKLY NEWS LETTER — CONG RESSM AN — TEH AS —t Officers Training School During World War 1, young men were privileged to go directly from civilian life into an officers train- ing school, and after three months training, if all requirements were met, they were given officers com- missions in the Army. During this war, the War Department insists that they should first get in the service as enlisted men before be- ~ ing allowed to enter an officers training camp. It is claimed that the best officers can ...

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