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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

rCTjWtf*' t '" •!ff I^VNMRMIQpn^' THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Knights Bluff News Misses <Edna Estell, Christine jand Juanita Upchurch and Juanita and Imogene Dukes were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Verna Kruse. Mr. Gus McCasiand and family are visiting in the Mrs. M. C. Bergt home. Ennis Griffin left Friday for Mt. Pleasant to enter CCC Camp. Glad to report Norma Gene Kirkland able to be back in school after being out several days with ROYAL CASTLE Sandwich Shop Bar-B-Q Pork and Beef On Rodessa Highway Prompt Curb Service OPEN AFTER TIIE SHOW the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Elzer Bobo and baby and Doris and Dorothy Stone visited Sunday in tne Preston Dodd home at Spencer Chapel. Miss Lorene Bergt Bpent Sunday in Fred Kruse home. Sunday visitors in the W. R. Bobo home were Mr. and Mrs. Dew ell Dupree and children and Mrs. R. P. Bobo. Messrs. Sarge and Buford Grif- fin and Grant Brown were Sunday dinner guests in the M. C. Bergt home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 April 1938

■umimbM MpMMttt)** THE CITIZEN8 JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Recently, medical journals over the country have had numerous articles relating to hair dyes and the dangers attending their use. Perhaps the ancients were wise, for before Christ many nations of prominence then had laws prohibit- ing the dyeing of the hair. Grey hair was supposed to indicate wis- dom, and if it crowned a youthful fata, that person was doubly favor- ed as having reached mental per- fection before the usual time. Years ago, as a young man, I practiced medicine in a small coun- try- town which, during the summer months, was a resort frequented by vacationists who indulged in salt water bathing. For years a camp- meeting association m a i n t a i n ed grounds there for religious exer- cises. Patrick O'Mally, a young man of good reputation, fell desperately in love with the presiding elder's daughter, proposed to her, but her parents declined to let them marry, == AT THE STATE THEATRE If It's a Hit—You'll See It In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Araa! 1 TH YEAR FIFTY Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 NUMBER ALONG THE WAY BY US Starting of construction work on the Cass county rural electric lines is being delayed on account of pros- pective users being slow in signing up for the services. We understand it takes three or more homes per mile using the electric service to make it a paying proposition, based on the low Government cost of construction. This is one of the A ^greatest opportunities ever offered '' our rural population and should be taken advantage of if at all pos- sible. There is nothing more crea- tive of happiness in a home than good light. Secure it while and when the opportunity is offered. * # * Its hard to tell just where to cut for economy sake and not get in trouble. The Government this year did not stop at cutting our cotton acreage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Usued 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 « Six Months . 100 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] Purchasing Power Commodity prices are very low. We never have good times in this country with low prices and low wages. The banks have plenty to loan, but there is not a sufficient demand for these funds, in view of the fact that the consumers do not have adequate purchasing pow- er. The president believes that pur- chasing power must be placed into the hands of 'the masses of the people in some way in order to start the wheels of industry to turning. Money Without Interest If the proposal goes through to allow citie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

Wm * WW THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Bethlehem News The death angel visited our com- munity last Monday night and took from us a dear friend, husband and father, Edward W. Kelly. We sympathize with his faithful wife and small children. Mrs. Carl Anderson and son spent the week end with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Vester Wilson and son spent Sunday in the Griffin home, O'Farrell. Several from here attended the program the Sunshine boys gave at O'Farrell school Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hammock and children spent the week end in the A. P. Bateman home, Mill Creek. Misses Sallie Kate Viard and Ila Mae Betts visited their homes the past week end. Miss Una Bushart of Commerce visited a few days with relatives here. George Touchstone of Spring- hill, La., is visiting his wife here, Joe Hammock and family spent CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY «) Wm. E. Davidson Attorney At Law GENERAL PRACTICE Office Over Atlanta Nat'l Bank Atlanta, Texas Dr. M. A. Ledbet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

I KM -OWH: THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 Mra. T. M. McCullough and daughter Miss Clarice are visiting relatives in Mansfield, La. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whatley a nine pound boy, April 12. I'VE FOINft A FIRST-CLASS THE AT Ml PRICE b a & & > J £ N H- E- K C* I THE R18HT TIRE AT THE RIGHT PRICE ... M LOW M aunew,v.°e^eiot a buU -eY i0O. long ioaWtes- A ■youl —" Circle'flour Methodist W.M.S. Circle No. four of the Methodist W. M. S,; met with Mrs. H. Hanner. Devotional wa3 brought by Mrs. Oma Sheppard, which led into a ses- sion of . prayer, Mrs. Tracy Hill gave n very interesting talk on the First Chapter of Bassel Lee Lockett. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served to the following members: Mesdames Troy Hill, Bud Flint, Vasco Brabham, Tom- be r lain, Oma Sheppard, Abe Mays, and the hostess Mrs. H. Hanner. . Suprise Dinner On Easter Sunday, April 17, Mrs. Travis Caver, celebrated her husband's birthday with a surprise dinner. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

m « ; i? • THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Society County Council P.T.A. at Smyrna Folowing is the program of the County Council of Parent Teachers which will be held at the Smyrna school, April 23. 9:60 registration. 10:00 Sing-song, Mrs. Mildred Gipson leader. 10:10 Invocation, Rev. Edgar Hamilton. 10:20 special music, Mrs. Leslie Echols. 10:30 business 11:25 school. 11:30 presidents report on the high lights of the district confer- ence. 12:00 lunch. 1:00 Sing-song, Mrs. Mildred Gip- son. 1:10 drawing "House by Side of the Road", Smyrna student. 1:25 music, Glass band. 1:35 report of committees. session. special music, Oak Grove MORRIS' FLOWER SHOP I'HONE 344—ATLANTA WHITE WAY Gadi White Way, Makes White Shoes Whiter. Look for the big sign at JEWEL'S SHOP , . . ~ . -'.7- , / ^ TILE wot It OF ALL KINDS ) SET R. H. HARTSHORN ^BiM Tile Contractor Phone 2809 903 Beech— Texarkana 1:45 benediction. Smyrna Parent Teachers As- sociation will furnish the drin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

3DAY, APRIL 21, 1988 SDAY, APRIL 21, 1988 THE r- Queen City News Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Combs cele- brated Sunday with a birthday din- ner honoring their daughter and son Mrs. Floyd Guthrie and Dock Combs's birthdays. At the noon hour the large table in the dining room was loaded with all kinds <of good things to eat. The afternoon was spent in a service honoring the Resurrection of the Risen Christ and an Easter egg hunt for the children. At six o'clock all departed wish- ing Dock and JUrs. Guthrie many more happy birthdays. The hon- orees received many nice presents. Those prsent were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Collins and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Draper and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steward and family, Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guthrie and family Mr. and Mrs. Barnie Combs and baby Oscar Hawkins. 1 Easter evening brough joy to our hearts in the splendid presentation of the Triumphant Morn, by Evelyn Powell's Sunday Schol class, di- rected by Miss Powell. Music by Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS McLEOD SCHOOL NEWS Edited by Lois Lusby 4-H Club Organization Miss Rebecca Murry, county Home Demonstration agent, met with the McLeod girlB April 11 for the purpose of organizing a 4-FI club. The following officers were ap- pointed; Louella Parrish, president; Claudean Jones, vice president; Annie Marie Humphrey, secretary; Lois Lusby, reporter; Kathleen Walker, yard demonstrator; Claud- ean Jones recreational leader; Mrs. Patman, sponsor; Mrs. G. C. Cole- man, co-sponsor. Some of the members will en- 4 FOR CORNS AND CALLOUSES Use Rodgers Corn and Callous Salve For Sweaty Feet or Athletes Foot Use Rodgers Foot Bath Powder BOTH PRODUCTS FOR 35c Sold with money back guarantee iat MILES DRUG STORE Atlanta, Texas deavor to improve their yards and orchards while others have chosen knitting as their projects. Home Ecoonmics The members of the Home Ec- onomics club have been making ar- rangements to send two girls to the Home E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 April 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ley Grove News Mrs. J. B. Chesser, Mrs. John Chesser, Mrs. Howard Cheaser and sons of Marietta and Mrs. W. W. Draper spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Eargle of Queen City. A number of other friends were visiting her at the same time and all joined in giving her a surprise shower with best of wishes and many nice presents as she cele- brated her 80th birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Boland and son of Marshall spent the week end in the community. Dorothy King of Magnolia, Ark,, A. & M. College spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Myrtls King. Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Burson and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin King of Laws Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Anderson at- tended church at Smyrna Sunday and dinner guest in the J. M. Rags- dale home. • Mrs. A. D. Lummus and children «f Linden, Mrs. Draper and Dollie visited Mrs. Eargle Friday even- ing. Grand Ma Eargle has many friends here who wish her many more happy birthdays. Mrs. John Ragsdale and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

r.r. Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal FIFTY-MOTH YEAR W Be Loyal tp Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1938 Colored Man Takes Own Life James Knight, 54, colored, end- ed his life, Saturday morning by cutting his throat from ear to ear. The only witnesses were his three small grandchildren. Knight spread his coat on the floor before the fireplace and laid down upon it. He then cut himself with a long bladed knife. Doctor was called to sew the wound but Knight died before the stitches were finished. Judge E. } Nelson held an inquest and pro- nounced death by self destruction. Knight had been in ill health for some time. He was employed by the cemetery association as care- taker. Burial was in Queen City Sunday afternoon. Anti School Closed Friday Anti school closed Friday com- pleting a successful school year. The pupils presented a program Thursday af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

THE zmcLEOD Di_ w' Library News A. The library has been increased; y"a splendid shipment of forty-four a}~ new books has been addde to our li- brary very recently. in* The librarian Mrs. Kee, has been hard to get the li- br ■working very hard to get _ brary in order. All fiction books have been catalougued. en We have fiinshed the county wide achievement tests on which we hope every one made a good grade. We have also had some practice tests which helped us very much. Our class has had bad attend- ance this past six weeks. We hope by the next six weeks we can say we have had perfect attendance. We are glad to have a new pupil in school Luther Smith. We hope he likes our school and enjoys be- ing with us. CITIZEN S JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1988 m Industries Claw Lesiie Mae Chandler and Troy Hayes are out of class at present, eye trouble and measles seem to be their excuses. Other members of the class miss them very much and hope to see them back in school very soon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

V- '© THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1938 QUEEN CITY By Mrs. J. E. Ellington Junior B. Y. P. U. Party Mrs. Buron Griffith entertained the Junior on Saturday afternoon with a delightful party. Mrs. Lut- trell their leader assisted by Mrs. Griffith with games and refresh- ments. Miss Imogene Sharp of Atlanta spent Friday night with Inez Lut- trell, several couples were present and enjoyed ice cream and cake. Mrs. Cecil Stanley, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Luttrell visited at Pine Island one day last week. R. D. Jordan and family moved from Wascom to Queen City. They occupy the Barfield place. Oneal Stallcup spent Monday night with Wanda and Opal Feu- tral. May blessings of success croi them through the years to come^ This Weeks Subscription Mrs. Howard Thomas. Rev. Hatchel La#t Day Sunday morning and evening were splendid sermons by Rev. C. T. Hatchel. Morning theme "The Way tfi Victory". Evening "The Married Life". Appealing and ten- der were both messages. Rev. Hat- chel pressed the message "What is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

* 1"" wr 8°iil Dr. wr • A L vis • alia shi1* m^ bn I* an I eii'l «• A. en I Kij so: Ml tei an da •of vit in. fr m E. ar ni « I The Citizens Journal] J. W. HABRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffke in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class i issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone \ SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) • i In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: J One Year — $1.00 One Year —.—.— Six Months - - 75 Six Months — Three Months BO Three Months Steve Franklin Dies From Burns Steve Franklin, died in Elling- ton Memorial hospital Saturday night of burns and shock received when an explosion and fire almost destroyed the Broadway Hotel at Rodessa, La. He is survived by two brothers and one sister and moth- er of Paris, Texas, and one brother of Wichita Falls, Texas. The body lay in state at the All- day Funeral Home until 10 a.m. Monday when the funeral cortege left for Bogata, Texas, for the fin- al rites at the Methodist chur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

*3 9) S> •) 9 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1938 " Society Mrs. Gilbert Hudson Hostess to Atlanta Woman's Club • seventeen members of the At lanta Woman's club were entertain- ed Thursday in their fortnighti. neeting at the home of Mrs. Gil- oert Hudson. I'he study club was called to wrder by the president, Mrs. Henry r. King, who presided over the ouslness session. Alter roil can, Mrs. Gilbert Young, corresponding secretary, announced the receipt of old'mattresses RENOVATED Guaranteed Workmanship Phone 350 Stoker Mattress Co. 724 East Main St. Atlanta fa TILE urotk OF ALL KINDS R. B. HARTSHORN Tile Contractor Phone 2809 903 Beech— Texarkana TEXAS an invitation from the 18-81 club of Jefferson to attend a review of the ramous novel "Out of the Ground" by Miss Evelyn Oppenheimer of Dallas. The review will take place May 2. At the same time, It was announced that the Woman's club cad received an invitation from Atlanta's Thursday Study club to attend a violin-piano concert to be given here a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

™ -ti' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1988 FOR CORNS AND CALLOUSES Use Rodgera Corn mod 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 Taxes A "Necessary Evil" • —— Taxation is the very foundation of civilisation, the price man pays for progress. Taxes maintain our institutions of learning, from whence all sciences and invention has emanated. _Taxes merely constitute the rent we pay for living in progrs^gire cities, with paved streets, fire am police protection, churches and schools. ' CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wm. E. Davidson Attorney At Law GENERAL PRACTICE Office Over Atlanta Nat'l $ank Atlanta, Texas Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 Residence Phone 302 Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone 305 Office Over Alexander-Hughes Dr. A. B. Jordan DEN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1938 __ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS I Advantage of Milk Separating on Farm The advantage of separating milk on the farm is not generally appreciated, nor is the value of skim-milk in feeding young calves, hogs and chickens appreciated by the fanners. So it is easy for the agents of cheese factories and con- denseries to cause some people who do not know or think just what the final result will be, agree to a too low valuation of the skim-milk. Remember your real loss in sell- ing whole milk is in the lost op- portunity of raising good calves, good hogs and chickens. It would be difficult to express the true value of skim-milk in dol- lars and cents, although feeding experts will tell you that it will displace a certain amount of grain or other feed in the ration. There are growth-promoting substances in skim-milk that are not found in other foods. It has been proven in some poul- try feeding trials, that it may be worth as much as the butter fat taken fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 April 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS thu: hAt. april 28, 1988 Beam— Continued from Page One truck growers at actual cost. Beans for planting are available at whole- sale cost, which is about eleven cents per pound. As the crop progresses an agri- culturist will visit all the grow*^ and assist them in every way } counsel and advise; the Atft Canning company is asking all \ have problems relative to the g> ing of these crops to bumit problems to the canning com and they will receive prompt tention. The problem of transportalfc hauling beans and tomatoes tojj factory, is solved in a most s; factory way. For instance, a if at Dalton agrees to haul tl. crops in from a ponit there where they will be assembled and deliver- ed to the canning factory at a very small charge per hundred pounds. In this way the man with a small crop or who has no truck with which to bring his tomatoes in will be enabled to send his to- fggat-an ex BEAUTY IN NEW FILM Mother's Day j CAKES \ MADE TO ORDER Marti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Arear FIFTY-NI YEAR The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home *• Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1938 NUMBER SEVENTEEN Million Tomato Plants Ready The Atlanta Canning company, under the supervision of Mr. Grif- fin, about four miles from Atlanta on the Shreveport highway, is growing more than a million plants to be used by farmers and truck growers to produce tomatoes for the canning factory. These plants are now ready for distribution and 'are being sold at 25c per thous- and. The refinished blue prints and specifications for the canning fac- tory, which have just been com- pleted by Mr. Leinbach, an archi- tect from Dallas, Texas, are in the hands of building contractors who will submit bids for the erection of this factory and the contract will doubtless be awarded Friday •of this week. This factory will be a permanent institution in Atlanta and the bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 May 1938

111 "™W"" " THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1988 . " V! ' . ' i* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Tallest Boy in World Here Robert Wadlow, the 20 year old Alton, Illinois youth who is 8 feet 8 1-2 inches tall and weighs 465 lbs. is making a tour of the State of Texas and will stop here at R. H. Price's department store. The exact date and time has not yet been announced but if you are interested in seeing the tallest per- son in the world today, watch the store windows of The R. H. Price Department Store for full details Robert Wadlow wears a size 37 Bhoe, the largest shoe ever made for a human foot. Each shoe weighs 4 lbs, is 19 inches long and requires about twice as much material to manufacture as the ordinary pair of men's shoes. In conjunction with Robert's visit a guessing contest, sponsored by both R. H. Price and Peters Shoe company is being conducted to guess the number of pennies one of Robert's shoes will hold. Grand prizes of $15.00, $10.00 and $5.00 are offered by Peters Shoes for...

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