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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

f The FIFTY-N*H"fH YEAR ALONG THE WAY BY US o What a little oil will do. The other day a lady was pushing her baby by a filling station in the baby buggy which was squeaking and the baby crying loudly. The filling station attendant grasped an oil can and asked the lady could he oil the squeaking parts. She readily consented and the oil did the trick. Stopping the squeak in the carriage, the baby stopped crying. Proving that a little oil properly used helps a great deal along the road of human kindness. * * * We are hopeful that all these dollar a year men had finished their jobs and ready to return to a job in the regular channels of business. But it seems a new bud- get has been set up in the RFC column to keep the government in the mo'ney loaning business. A loan here and there is goor for business, but too free and prornis- cious loaning is like too free and unlimited credit if used too much, soon drowns those that are too in- dulgent and the morgue reaps the whirlwind. Lasting p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

Gty News THE CITIZENS JOURNAL^ATLAN FOB RENT: Two apartments, large well furnished rooms. Water, lights, gas, bath and garage. East side Queen City. Mru, J. E. Elling- ton. tf This Weeks Subscription Will Ross Powell Birthday Party The members of Intermediate B.Y.P.U. were entertained at a birthday party given by Catherine Luttrell last Saturday night. 16 were present. Mrs. Mills assisted Mrs. Luttrell with games and re- freshments. other men of the town to join this class and help make it a greater class. Mrs. Leo Stacener is home for two weeks visit from Arlington. Mrs. S. M. Pitner of Longview is visiting this week in the home of her cousin Mrs. Ray Hackney. Mrs. Emely Johnson and Helen Auders were Saturday visitors in Shreveport. Fish Supper A. M. Johnson will entertain the Morris Sunday School class Thurs- day evening with a fish supper. This is the biennial celebration of the class. According to Berry Mor- ris an invitation is extended to School Election Queen City Independent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

THURSDAt, APRIL 7, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS OF VALUES IN FULL FLOOD AT Dunlap's ) LADIES ! We have 5 only of these new $12.90 Spring Suits. Woolen Fleeces and Tweeds. Three-quarter length coats .90 mr Longies Wash pants for Little Gents in the famous "Don" Line. . _s fine 6 and PAIR * PER Suit cases cases or dressing NEW SPRING DRESSES Beautiful Silk and Acetate Prints inj bright florals, lovely sheers in printsj and plains. 14 only 3.00 dresses now $1.94j 9 only 4.00 dresses now $2.88 10 only 6.00 dresses now $3.88 7 only 8.00 dresses now $4.88 5 only $10 dresses now $6.88.] NEW HIGH THROAT TIES Popular two eye model. Wheat col- or linen, attractively trimmed in copper. Trim Medium High Heels and WIDTHS TO AAA—Sizes to 9's $2.98 Sandforized and will not shrink. Belt " and elastic back. Sizes 1 to 8 svjWS spring S in UgW 8** 98c III -Worsted- TURKISH T0\W^ Oxfords A new oxford in White Nu Buck! 10-8 leather heel. Three eye tie. Per- forated an d punched sides and qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

i u si to THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1938 Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Ashby Dies Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Ashby, 52, died at her home in the Magnolia Camp near McCoy • Tuesday. Mrs. Ashby had only been home a few days after spending the past two weeks in a Texarkana hospital for treatment. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. M. L. Campbell, Waldo, Ark., two sons T. N. Ash- by, McLeod, C. L. Ashby, Waldo, Ark. two grandchildren. The funeral cortege will leave the Allday Funeral Home Thurs- day morning at 10 a.m. overland for Kilgore, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. Pallbear- ers will be Magnolia Petroleum employees. The Year s Most Popular Sale TOILETRIES HOME REMEDIES STATIONERY RUBBER GOODS —all at Super Savings! Watch for Special Announcement WALKER DRUG CO. fi LEST Atlantans In San Antonio Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hefner of Atlanta is in San Antonio attend- ing the thirty-fourth convention of the Southwestern Life Insurance company which he represents. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNj* LiJAlVi/lf TEXAS m 'Dl ( i ethodist W. M. S. Meets at Church Miss McKinnon Entertained Miss Cathryn Louise McClung entertained Sunday morning with a breakfast at the Atlanta Hotel honoring the bride-elect Miss Mary Margaret McKinnon, Spring flowers were used for decorations and carried out in the place cards. The guest list included, the hon- oree and her mother Mrs. E. C. McKinnon; Mrs. Bud Flint, Mrs. Jack Oakes; Misses Margaret Daniels, Nuggie Law, Mary Alice Kennedy, Cathryn Louise McClung and mother Mrs. O. C. McClung. Miss McClung presented the hon- oree with linen. Sunshine Class I Met at Church The Sunshine class met at the church for its regular meeting. The following group captains were appointed for the next three months: Mesdames Gerald Smith, Bob Pynes, V. E. Ware, and Clyde Clements. The class plans to have their monthly social April 13 at the church at 2:30 p.m. We urge all members to be present. The following members were ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

THE CITIZENS McLEOD SCHOOL NEWS Edited by Lois Lusby Administration Department News Pupils of the Business Adminis- tration have an interesting past- time these days. A new electrical adding machine has arrived and is it fun to use it The bookkeepers are getting a bit grouchy or something. However the new farm practice sets are here. It's really amusing to watch them at work. How cautiously the first entry is made, but the last ends in a frenzie whirl. The shorthand students are real- ly- getting into deep water these CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wm. E. Davidson Attorney At Law GENERAL PRACTICE Office Over Atlanta Nat'l Bank Atlanta, Texas Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Phone 265 Dr. A. B. Jordan DENTIST General Dentistry - Dental X-ray Office: Ellington Memorial Hospital — Phone 142 Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone 305 Office Over Alexander-Hughes days. They say. "oh, those long, hard, dictated let...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS CASS COUNTY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE WINNERS; MEET AT LINDEN Coach Stevens' Atlanta track team won the Class A division with a total of 86 points. Linden was sec- ond with 39 points and Hughes Springs third with 19 points. High School, Class A 100 yard dash: 1. Goodroe, At- lanta; 2. Goss, Atlanta; 3. Toler, Atlanta; 4. Goodman, Linden. 120 Hurdles: 1. Cooke, Linden; 2. Swanger, Atlanta; 3. Dobbs, At- lanta; 4. Glover, Linden. 440 Dash: 1. Goodroe, Atlanta; 2. Toler, Atlanta; 3. Goodman, Lin- den; 4. Strickland, Hughes Springs. 880 Dash: 1. Abernathy, Hughes Springs; 2. McAdams, Atlanta; 3. wl FOR CORNS AND CALLOUSES Use Kodgers Corn and Callous Salve For Sweaty Feet or Athletes Foot Use Rodgers Foot Bath Powder BOTH PRODUCTS FOR 35c Sold with money back guarantee at MILES DRUG STORE Atlanta, Texas Ayres, Linden; 4. Enid, Atlanta. Mile Run: 1. Steele, Atlanta; 2. Abernathy,. Hughes Springs; 3. Leftrive, Hughes Springs. 220 D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

rfflsl'1: - ■ •v . W< — i * THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TKXA8 ton linMiwia «UUHJIA1I, Al'LAWTA, TKXA3~ The Citizens Journal John D. O'Mara v«. W. M. Hall, Berry Frost, Hasel Gillespie, Lucll- J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-aass mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—lhone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year *1-00 One Year $150 Six Months 76 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months t>5 appointed to represent B. E. Cole- man et al, defendants cited by pub- lication. C. N. Daniel vs, J. A. Daniel, trespass to try title, judgment by default for plaintiff for title and possession of land sued for, de- fendant discharged with his costs upon disclaimer filed. Felix Allen vs. Genie Allen, di- vorce granted to plaintiff. R. A. Kee vs. J. H. Bagley, suit on debt, case settled and dismissed, cost paid by plaintiff...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Knights Bluff News Several pupils are absent from school because «f the measles. Visitors in the A. P. Talley home Sunday were Mrs. J. S. McCasland and children and Dewell Brown. Little Lois McCasland spent Sunday night with her father Jim McCasland. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Kruse visit- ed awhile Saturday night with Mrs. Mollie Bergh. Mrs. J. T. Brown and daughter Alsiene spent Saturday night with her daughter Mrs. Jack Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Elzer Bobo and baby visited Sunday in the G. W. Kinney home of Blalock. Mrs. Truett McCasland and baby spent the past week with her moth- er, Mrs. D. Carter of Warren i Springs. Bettye Jeane Carroll spent the week end with her grand mother Mrs. Margaret Carroll of Vivian, La. Sunday visitors in the J. T. Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Oval Griffin and family. Mrs. Fred Kruse and wife were Sunday dinner guests in the Bert Dukes home of Anti. 1 ¥ THE D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 7 April 1938

vx : - ■■ HsSto'V! MSB# ,; " ' :~ .v ■■■ Pfff&C i -y vi1 ■" .■'. ■ yy l1","1'* mm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS C. C. C. Celebrates— Continued from first page handle this work because no other department of the government was, or is, in a position to carry on such a stupendous program. Offi- cers placed in command of the enrollees are selected for these du- ties •only after careful consideration as they must be men of under- standing, who can provide proper leadership and instill ideals of good citizenship into members of their camps. The educational advisors are all men of great experience in the teaching field and must be graduates of accredited colleges, us they are required to assist the en- rollees in adjusting themselves to camp life, in addition to teaching, and supervising others in teaching, everything from reading and writing to more advanced courses. Rotarians— Continued from first page will be in charge of this nation and business in the near future. To do thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

Complete News and Adverti sing 1 Coverage For Atlantaland Cass County Trade Area! FIFTY/NINTH The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1938 f ALONG THE WAY — BY US — . The one variey of cotton seed for better staple cotton plan should prevail all over Cass county from here on out. Cotton acres have been cut to where the idea of more bales is out of the question. This loss must be made up in the staple and quality of cotton we raise or it , is forever lost. \ * * * * If you haven't purchased any Easter seals to help the crippled children over the state do so at once. The sale of these seals closes Sunday, Easter. Buy today! * * * May all our Easter Eggs be good ones. * * ♦ The entire student body, teachers, board of education, patrons and citizenship should be proud of the record made by the Atlanta stu- dents participating in the Inter- scholastic League meet at Linden , and the district m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

' '• •. «... •" KildareNews Mr. and Mrs. G. £. Marshall and daughter Jo Evelyn of Cotton Val- ley spent Saturday and Sunday here with L. W. Jaynes and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. O'Rear of McLeod ■pent Wednesday with Mrs. J. K. Heath. Mrs. Archie Fields and daugh- ter Francis spent Monday in At- lanta. They were visitors in the Blakey-Albright homes. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 14, W8 Mrs. W. E. Simmons, Mrs. Viola Thames and Jack Camp were call- ed to Overton Sunday where their brother George (Red) Camp was seriously injured in a car wreck and a telephone call from them stating he had developed pneum- onia. , Mr. and Mrs. Waylon Nelson, Misses Nettie Shelton, Mildred Simmons and Billie Arden Whor- ten attended the singing convention at Huffines Saturday. They report good singing and a great dinner at the noon hour. CONCRETE SIDEWALK Building Time is Here Now TAKE a good look at your sidewalks. Are they a credit to your neighborhood—or do they subtract from the v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People*" CHARLES DICKENS He Went To School For Only Four Years — Yet He Wrote Seventeen Immortal Novels I Ninety years ago a little book was published in London—a story to become immortal. Many people have called it "the greatest little book in the world." When it first wipeared, friends meeting each oth- ■ I on the Strand or Tall Mall ask- vl, "Have your read it?" and the answer invariably was, "Yes, God Bless him, 1 have." The day it was published a thou- sand copies were sold. Within a fortnight, the presses had dashed off fifteen thousand copies. Since then, it has been whirled into count- less editions and has been trans- lated into almost every language under heaven. A few years ago, J. P. Morgan purchased the original manuscript for a fabulous and it now reposes among his price; other V The Idol of the English Speaking World; Yet His Own Home Waa Fille...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

sW. THE CmZENS JOUBNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THUB8PAT, APRIL 14, El * H 11 Atlanta Students Make Honor Roll • Two hundred sixty throe, of the five thousand one hundred eighty three, students that are attending A. A M. were listed as distinguish- «d students for the first term <of the present school year in a report issued this week by Register E. J. Homell. * To be on the distinguished list a student must have made a grade point average of 2.26 per semester hour, which is equal to A-B plus average. Two former Atlanta students have made this list, Richard Thomp son and James Puckett. Richard is a junior and is majoring in voca- tional agriculture education and James is a sophomore and is maj- oring in Petroleum Engineering. Both boys have student jobs and work part time along with their school work. Almanance Wins At Texarkana The entire Alamance faculty and patrons are highly elated over the showing of our participants in the county and district meet. We had four entrants in declamatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1938 I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS Queen City News SEND ITEMS MONDAY Again we urge the public to send in their items for the Journal Monday. Later items, will be judged by circumHtan- cen surrounding name by news importance ete. That is .stories that break Tuesday ,and will be out of date the following week will be carried. Otherwise all items that happend during the week must be in our office not later than eight a.m. Tues- day. Monday Missionary Society at- tendance was 13. Mrs. Chas. Powell gave the devotional, a beautiful Easter story, "The First Easter tWith the Pilgrims." Mrs. Norwod was especially fine in the study chapters "Fellowship of Christian Workers and the Work ers Bible. Mrs. Will Ross Powell gave character sketches of three out- standing christians. Mrs. Herbert Keith welcomed the new members. -) Association Conference Pastor and members of the Bap- tist church will attend the Asso- ciational Workers' Conference at Bloom burg Friday: Rev....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

.ir,.UhL ■■^,■-4rin-.y- '• THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1938 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People " He Offered A Million Dollars For A Bride DIAMOND JIM BRADY Wr Diamond Jim Brady, the Haroun A1 Raschild of Broadway, died dur- ing the World War; and his pass- ing robbed the Great White Way of one of its most incredible pheno- mena. While he lived, Brady threw the wildest parties this weary old world had seen since the days when the old Roman Emperors dined on the nightingales tongues. Some- times he ha as many as five parties whooping it up all at once in five different parts of the town. Some times these parties lasted for seven teen riotious hours and cost as high as a hundred thousand dollars. He was fond of presenting his guests with souvenirs to take home with them—little knick-knacks and m entoes, such as diamond brooches or diamond watches worth a thous- and dollars apiece. He weighed two hundred an fifty pounds, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS .) '3 0 - <3 Miss Mary Margaret Recent Bride McKinnon Becomes Bride of Fried Manning A marriage ceremony of un- usual simplicity and beauty was that which united Miss Mary Mar- garet McKinnon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McKinnon of At- lanta, and Lemle Fried Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Manning of Hendersan, Texas, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church Sun- day morning, April 10, at eight o'clock. The Rev. L. H. Matthison offiicated. The altar was beautifully dec- orated with baskets of white stick, Columbia roses and ferns. The nuptial music played by Mrs. Guy Hughes consisted of "Meditation" by Hoffman, the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner and Mendelsohn's "Wedding March." Miss McKinnon wore a lovely costume of ashes of roses sheer with navy accessories. Her flowers were bouvardia and valley-of lillies. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Manning left for a short motor trip to Hot Springs a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

L ":> ? ?I1PPII eosfss? THl CftTCBWS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TBXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1W . The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1819) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties." State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year - $1.50 Six Months 76 Six Months —1.00 Three Months - 60 Three Months 66 pATMAN PARAGRAPHS By Wright Patman Congressman from Texas I Reorganization Bill I have never know a bill to be so grossly misrepresented as the Re- organization Bill. It is in accor- dance with the platform demands of both the Republicans and the Democrats. In 1932 the Republican Party platform stated: "Efficieny and economy, demand reorganization of Government bu- reaus. The problem is nonpartism and must be so treated if it is to be solved. As a result of years of study and personal contact with confli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

► THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 19S8 Some Serious Thoughts On Spring Gardening By J. P. Olive If it is true that in the spring a young man's fancy turns lightly to love, by the same token it is true that the thoughts of the women, especially the married ones, turn seriously to gardening. Each year at the first sign of a bursting bud, and the first faint note of an early bird, I have always each year gird- led up my loins to tackle a garden. In fact, while it is yet mid-winter, my otherwise peaceful and restful nights, are disturbed by fitful dreams of plows and hoes and cut worms. After the first thaw, I am sent out among the neighbors to muster a mule, page a plow, and borrow an ill-assorted set of harness. My neighbors have all loaned their har- ness until none of them has a full set. One has one plow line, another ■one hame, one trace chain, another only the rudiments of a bridle, and none of them has a plow stock. This year I finally succeeded in borrowing a collar. Then I tried to borrow...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

Speaker Rev. N. H. Melbert, Presiding El- der, Marlin, Texas, District M. E. Church South who ,is doing some mighty fine preaching in the Methodist church revival here was the guest speaker at the Rotary luncheon here last Thursday noon. His subject was "Keep Your Re- cord Clearly" by living a righteous life and putting God into every- thing you do. When I was a boy the objective striven for was "effi- ciency" which was being taught and could be heard everywhere. Few yeara late - it was "service" sponsored by service clubs, etc., and today it is "security" which can be heard around the world. Which is being striven for Indivi- dually by groups, states and na- tions. But while you are striving for "security" work it through Gods plan, for He is the only one that can give us security through life and save us in the end. The great depression that we have all felt during the past seven years has been a trying one, one that general business suffered a loss of 54 per cent, but during the ...

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