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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 February 1942

vr? mXj' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ATLANTA'S GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT-SAVE DURING THE CLOSING OUT SALE of UNIS BROS. DRY GOODS STOCK STATEMENT FROM OSCAR TANENBAUM: This sale is for the purpose of Closing Out the Unis Bros., stock which 1 purchased on January 29, from Mr. lsiah Unis. After the Close-out of the entire present stock, it is my plan to give Atlanta one of the most complete stocks of nationally advertised merchandise to be found in this size town in East Texas. I can't guaran- tee these prices longer than the present stock lasts, so it is to your advantage to anticipate and supply not only your immediate, but your future needs at these tre- mendously low sale prices. 1 cordially invite the public to come in and get acquainted. Signed: OSCAR TANENBAUM President of Greenville Dry Goods Co. I SALE OPENS FRIDAY FEB. 6, at 9:00 a. m. SEE QlJIl PAGE CIRCULAR FOR MANY BARGAINS!! r- Pharmacists Urged To Register > AUSTIN, Texas...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1942 Amazing Optical Offer By Dr. E. W. Frankenstein Special Offer Six Days February 9th to 14th Dr. E. W. Frankenstein, well known optometrist, with over one thousand pleased patients in Cass County, makes another special op- tical offer in order to further in- troduce his optical services to more people than ever before. He makes the following offer for Six Days only. Offer No. 1—Genuine double v.ision Kryptok glasses, complete for $9.85. With the above offer, here is what you may expect to get. A thorough eyesight exami- nation by Dr. Frankenstein, white lenses which enable you to see near and far with no visible seam. We will also furnish you with case to keep glasses in and several dif- ferent styles of Zylonite frames to select from. Offer No. 2—White gold filled Oxfords and the latest vogue in eye glasses, complete for $6.50. My regular price is $15.00. Office lo- cated at Miles Drug Store, Atlan- ta, Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

li s- • V STATES The Citizens jgurnal SIXTY-THIRD YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 NUMBER SIX Canning Plant Making Contracts The greatest supply of canned vegetables in the history of the country is to be produced to meet wartime needs under a program for 1942 has been announced by Secretary Claud li. Wickard with minimum goals as follows: Tomatoes 40 million cases. English i'eas, 38 million cases. Green Beans, 12Va milLion cases. Corn, 24 million cases. Mr. Wickard says, we expect all canners to cooperate by contract- ing acreage to the full extent of their plant capacity and that the growers can assure themselves of securing fair prices only by con- tracting specific acreage with co- operating canners. The Cass County Canning Com- Registration to Begin At 7 A. M., Monday The third Selective Service registration on February 16th will complete the inventory of Ameri- ca's potential military manpower. It affects every male resident in Texas between the ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

I. ♦> THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM -iff War time found several of us out with a cloudy feeling in our heads. Not because of any dissi- pation on Sunday night but be- cause of having missed that last hour of sleep. Coming out in the early dawn the first man I saw was Luther Johnson, who plainly admitted that the only reason why he was out was because he had to be. Mr. Evans came around the corner of the church, saying it was a Little different to see—and to think it is really eight o'clock. Mr. Hopkins joined in the early parade from his residence—and Ed Smith, the new manager of Smith Furniture bounced in out of the rain and into the postoffice lobby, joining the war time, early time parade. Bob Cobb and John Blades were at their places with the postoffice window open, and then I knew that war time was really here. My mail included the new ship- ment of The Upper Booms—which reminds us that no matter what time it is—or how man may change the arrangements of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

— —- - - IP THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 TH * ^ | I WN Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-J Baptist Circle No. 1. Methodist W.S.C. S. Baptist' Holds Meeting I Fourteen members of Circle No. 1 met Monday with Mrs. Bob Callicoatte. Mrs. John Spivey chairman presided over the meet- ing which opened by singing "Will Jesus Find Us Watching." For the devotional, each one gave their favorite bible verse and the chair The Woman's Society of Chris- tian Service met Monday after- noon at 2 o'clock in the Memorial building with the president, Mrs. J. W. Hanner presiding. Mrs. Frank Dent led the group in sing ing "My Jesus I Love Thee," fol- _ man commented on all and offered jowe(j by silent prayers, reraem prayer. The minutes were ac- cepted as read. As our personal service for the month, a fruit shower was given Mrs. Estell Pritchard. We meet next Monday with Cir- cle No. 4, in the home of Mrs. Ben R. Stripling for a book review. bering partic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 / THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS I Thanks Atlanta For the wonderful business you gave us during our sale opening We have hundreds of Bargains left. Come in today and make your purchases. \ > ;; Oscar Tanenbaum, Unis Bros. Stock Main Street Atlanta, Texas -m (if i Miss Marie McLendon of SMU, Dallas was at home for the week- end w.ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. liarton McLendon. Charles White of SMU was at home over the week-end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer White. Miss Joyce Jctt, of Shreveport, spent the week-end with her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jett. Travis Lovelady and Mrs. I'. G. Powell, Levelland, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen and son Billy Fred, Mrs. Joel Turner and sons Jackie and Donald of Anti, and Mrs. L. B. Laney, of Jonesville, La., were week-end guests of their father and brother George and Wei don (Pte) Lovelady. Weldon left Monday afternoon for the Army at Ft. Sill, Okla. Mr. T. A. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Vesta McM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

r f< — —• ftSWW«r.* '■ '£*• -•"——** ——•—«*■*■*• - I v'ir ': ' '•?*,/"* 78k :SW"?p^^S*l'u ,!.'*■'•■; -i '.H' "" I The Citizens Journal (Founded 1B78I D. P. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher ■ntered at the Postofflo* In Atlanta, Texaa, a* second class mall matter. Issued Thursday at each wwk. Oftlo* 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 17S SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) Outside of Cass County One Tear Six Months ..._ Three Mouths $3 00 One Year _ 1.28 Six Months In Cass County .73 Three Months ..$1.50 ... 1.00 _ .65 WRIG H T PAT M A N ' rlttaA4u>iuder0 r ¥50$: WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 President's Birthday From Washington to our far- flung outposts and throughout the world, the people danced and din- ed and prayed that others might walk. Despite war and suffering and destruction, 150,000 birthday parties celebrated the President's 60th anniversary. His message to them was: Despite war,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS The Advertised I* 1 AN 8 DAY BONAFIDE REDUCTION SALE EXTRA SPECIAL GRASS RUGS $1.00 Grass Rugs. 36 inches by 24 inches. FRIDAY MORNING OPENING HOUR SALE m k) LADIES S^OES One big table of odds and ends. Most all sizes. Take your choice- 47c 1 Ladies SPRING SLIPPERS Patents and Gaberdines and Crushed Kid leathers. Brand new numbers. High, medium and low heels for— Other Spring Slippers to $3.95 Mens COATS AND JACKETS 1 > STARTING AT 9 A. M. [FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13j WE SAY "ADVERTISED SALE" 'CAUSE WE'RE TELLING THE WORLD ABOUT A "R00TIN-T00TIN," "RIP-SNORTIN" PRICE SLASHING JUBILEE THAT IS GOING TO POP WIDE OPEN AT "COOK'S," FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH. YES SIR! AN UNLUCKY DAY FOR OUR COMPETITORS, BUT LUCKY FOR Y-O-U. WE'RE "SHOOTIN' THE WORKS," FOLKS, WITH A COLOSSAL, GIGANTIC AND STUPENDOUS CUT PRICE EVENT THAT WILL MAKE HISTORY FOR ATLANTA. BE HERE EARLY FRIDAY 9:00 A. M. Childrens Bootees SI .77 Co-Shoe Work G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 February 1942

■> • wHhWK THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1942 Notice To All Food Establishments Any person operating any place where food, or drink, of any kind, is served or permitted to be served to the public should familarize themselves with the State Food and Drug Laws. If you do not know these laws, you may obtain them from the State Health Department, Austin, or from the Cass County Health Unit at Linden. SCIENTIFIC EYE EXAMINATION Low Purse, Pleasing Prices IN LINDEN Friday, February 13th IN ATLANTA February 9th to 14th Dr. E. W. Frankenstein Optometrist Under the present emergency conditions the Government is pro- tecting and conserving its vital materials as never before. Severe laws have been put in force to maintain this protection for the people. Conserving the health of the Nations people is just as import- ant as conserving metals and rub- ber. Notice how the army de- clares sanitary districts around army camps and forbids any sol- dier f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

The Citizens journal BUY STATfcb SAVINGS ONUS SIXTY-THIRD YEAR Health Unit Urges Sanitation The Cass County Health Unit has informed Food establishments in the County how to operate in a Sanitary manner. We are here to help all operators and patrons of food establishments in preventing the spread of any disease. To this end the operators agreed to do their portion by abiding by the State Health Laws. If an operator does any of the following, he is violating part of the law he has promised to perform. 1. Serve you with any dish, glass or silver ware that has not been immersecj, in hot water at 170 degrees for 3 minutes or 1.80 degrees for 2 minutes, or other methods approved by the Health Department, then allowed to dry without wiping. 2. Serves you with any dish that is cracked or chipped. Germs will remain in these places and hot water will not kill them. 3. Offers for your use any nap kin, straw, tooth pick, etc., that has not been securely protected from dust, dirt, insects or an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 The Citizeas Joinal (Founded l 7f) D. P. HARRZLL, Editor and Publisher Kntcred at tht Pottoffio* In Atlanta, Tnu, u second claea mall matter, lamed Thuraday of each ink. Ottloe 308 But Hiram Street—Phone Mo. 171 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Adtanee) Outside ol Can County In Caaa County One Year M 00 One Year Six Month* Three Month* 1.25 Six Month* _ .IS Three Months 1.00 M BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson, Reporter PTA meets at the school house Friday night Every parent is urged to attend. Our school is progressing nice- ly, with good attendance on the first Saturday in school. Miss Betts reports a grand time Satur- day, it being Valentine day. Sever al little visitors were present and all enjoyed the Valentine box. Mrs. Olin Crow and son returned to her home in Austin, Thursday, after a short visit here with rela- tives. Mrs. Lex Lambert accom- panied her home for a short visit. W. T. Hammock Jr., spent the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ft- ' ' ===== V ; >> WRIGHT WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN TEXAS — 1 ^ Mobile Repair Shops Mobile repair shops may soon be rolling over the highways and by-ways of Texas to keep farm machinery .in working conditions to produce food for freedom. Blacksmith and machine shops, mounted on wheels, may be neces- sary to keep old model machinery workable. Ilalf of the farm trac- tors are over nine years old and will need careful handling and plen ty of lubrication.N Costly and Crowded Many Government Agencies, not essential to war efforts, will be moved out of Washington to make more office space and living con- ditions less congested. The city needs more and better facilities for essential war workers' living quarters. Then too, in event of air raids, decentralization of popu lation makes for safety. Reduce Speed—Save Tires The American Automobile Asso- ciation says that a 25 per cent re- duction in spee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

-2— 3= THE CTTOEXS JOPRWAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 T1 CM BSDES Myra Neal Harrell PHONES 178 or 82-J F> ui iy. fii Be da al all to afl tiv pa w< 03 of an la. vif tei At Fo 'In ni{ Ht da> pa Ca Ar foi itc pa Pr Nc he zei W Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary Meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Doss Nelson and Mrs. Paisley as hostesses. After a short business meeting Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Paisley brought us a wonderful program on China. The favorite song of China "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" was sung. Mr?. McNutt led in prayer. Mrs. Lonnie Nash read as a devotional John 15:1-5. Mrs. Nelson gave an interesting description of China as a country, also their customs and occupations. She told of the rapid progress they have made in education in the last few years. Mrs. Paisley discussed our Mis- sions in China, especially the Pek- ing station. During the social hour the hos- tesses assisted by Betty Nelson...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

■■■pplj THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS 2nd Big Opening " Friday 9 A. M. of UNIS BROS. STOCK KB3F!&" THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF MERCHANDISE FOR THE FIRST TIME SHOWN WILL BE READY FOR YOU FRIDAY MORNING. DON'T MISS THIS SPECTACULAR 2nd OPENING SALE OF UNIS BROS. STOCK. STORE CLOSED THURSDAY IN ORDER TO OPEN, ARRANGE AND MARK DOWN ALL NEW GOODS THAT HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED. COME DON'T MISS THIS GALA EVENT! BUY SAVE i •v.iaLfi Miss Lurline Walker is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rusteberg in Brownsville, Texas, and vacation- ing at other Rio Grande Valley points of interest and Old Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wewerka spent Friday-Saturday in Altus, Okla., on a business trip. Bobby Sharp was recently ope- rated on at Brooks Clinic and his many friends will be glad to know that he is convalescing nicely. Jolinda Portillo visited in Mag- nolia, Ark., over the week end with her father, Joe Portillo. C. C. Griffin has been promoted to manager ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

"r*. RHI SRR , ,.%V-v'i 4jr'\ v'' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM ' -v". ' We have heard about the hor- rows of Hitlerism, but few have taken the time to inform them, selves of the beliefs in this mad- hearted man, from which those horrows come. There are a few statements from his beliefs that it would be well for us to keep be- fore us. "I shall eradicate human domestication. I want to see in the eyes of youth the gleam of the beast of prey. A youth will grow up before which the world will Jo Relieve Misery of LIQUID.TABLETS. SALVE. NOSl DROPS shrink." Here we have the con- scious desire to return us to the jungle. A letter written by the women of Poland to the women of America some months ago reveals just how well the march back to the jungle moves. Listen to these stricken women as they say—"Our husbands, brothers and fathers perished in mass murders. They die in dungeons or perish from starvation and cold in p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ANTI Ruby Griffin, Reporter Had good church services this week-end. Glad to have Rev. Burns and family with us. We welcome them back at all times. Remember Sunday School every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Bessie Duke and L. C. Betts visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Betts. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Plum visit ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruse. Mrs. Witt Griffin and Ruby visited Sunday with Mrs. John Burris. Among the other visitors J BUSINESS NOTICES Beauty Work Experienced Students STUDENT PRICES Atlanta School of Beauty Culture I'hone 217 Rich v BIdjr. A. Miles Insurance AGENCY Fire, Tornado, Burglary, Auto Builder's Risk, Bonds MRS. ItlJBY ELLINGTON Atlanta —Mgr.— Texas I)r. A. B. Jordan DENTIST Offices In his NEW OFFICE BUILDING East Hiram Street Phone Atlanta General Clinic I)R. I). B. WHITEHEAD Office Over Alexander-Hughes Residence Phone >o. 343 Office Phone Nv 705 BROOKS Clinic-Hospita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 February 1942

niitwHh'* *,,?"".' >M WM ifF'w"" r 3bW:'t :, ,-v.. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942 District Court Has Busy Week Lester Van Arsdale vs. Western Union, damages, Bettled and dis- missed at cost of defendant. Wm. Riley et ux vs. Theodore Gray et al, trespass to try title, dismissed by plaintiff at plaintiffs erst. City of Linden vs. W. A. Flow- ers tax suit, dismissed as to all parties at plaintiff's cost. Ella Warren vs. Ennis Warren, NEW STATE THEATRE "ONE OF TEXAS' FINEST" Last Times Today, Thursday, February 19 MERLE OBERON in "LYD1A" Friday, Family Day, February 20 Kids 5c till 4:30—Adults 11c (Tax lncl.) Day or Nite JACK BENNY — FRED ALLEN in "LOVE THY NEIGHBOR" Saturday, February 21 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 25c (Tax lncl.) Saturday Night Preview Only, February 21 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 30c (Tax. lncl.) / CO'ffl ■ -'ip' Wktog. Frances Langtord Johnny Downs Marjorie Woodworth Sunday - Monday, February 22 - 23 Adm.: Kids 11c—Adults 30c (T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 February 1942

f The Citizens journal BUY SIXTY-THIRD YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 11)42 NUMBER EIGHT MONDAY IS REGISTRATION DAY IN CASS COUNTY Red Cross Material Has Arrived Mrs. J. H. Fouche, County Chair mun of the Red Cross, announces that the material for sewing and knitting has arrived. All ladies in the county that are interested in knitting or sewing, please come to the Red Cross room located at 127 Hiram street, Atlanta, and get your material. Mrs. Gay Pitts is knitting chair man, with Mrs. Jack Oakes as as- sistant. Mrs. Marvin Glass is chairman of the men's pajamas. If you will call these ladies or come to the Red Cross room, time will be saved in .issuing the gar- ments. The room will be open each day 1 from 10 to 12 in the mornings and 2 to 5 in the afternoons. The colored ladies from the dif- ferent organizations cleaned the Red Cross room and offered to con tinue this service. This is appre- ciated very much. Don't wait to be asked to help do this work. V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 February 1942

••;.••. mPtmi#*: ■ Jy T^TTT . THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1942 On Ye«r _— Six Month> —. Three Months The Citizens Journal (Pounded UTC) D. P. flAJUtSjL. Xdltor and Publisher ._ at the Postofflce In Atlonta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Thursday of each week. Office 309 Bast Hiram Street—Phone Mo. 171 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) Outside of Cass County In Cass County KEEP 'EM ROLLING! _*J.OO One Year _ 1.25 Six Months — .15 Three Months WRIO H T: PAT MAN 'SW^W0 ^'.V.v.v.v-.- /t5S& 'v: WiMU" m Sw WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEKAS— j Bad Now—Better Later The news in this war has been bad, but the people have gotten the truth. As long as the Govern ment keeps the faith with the peo- ple, despite Pearl Harbor, Singa- pore, escape of the Nazi fleet, the loss of the Philippines or the Dutch East Indies, they will carry on with a high morale. America is a slow-moving giant, but by the middle of 1942, she will exten...

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