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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

"• " -■[' _ - V. THURS., MAY 26, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS i M)i NGRESSMAN TEXAS] Sulphur River Receiving Attention The Committee on Flood Control of the House of Representatives has been working for months on a new Flood Control Bill. As a result of their work H. R. 10618 has been introduced and passed the House. This bill provides for a survey of the Sulphur River pro- ject which I brought to the atten- tion of the Committee. The inves- tigation authorized is essential to the procurement of adequate data on which to determine the advisa- bility and feasibility of undertak- ing flood protective work on this stream, and to determine the econ- omic justification of such a pro- ject. This information is essential as a guide to the Congress in enact- ing authorizing legislation. It is the way the Denison Dam and other such projects were started. This is the first major step that has been made in the direction of getting something done on this worthy un- dertaking. I fee...

Publication Title: Citizens Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 May 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURS., MAY 26, 1988 Bill Shelton Valedictorian By Billy Shelton Valedictiorisn class of 37-38 Once again the portals of the Atlanta High School close, sending forth into the world no less than sixty-three graduates to face the "reality of life". With nacillation the future is contemplated. Some will enter higher institu- tions of learning, while others will enter without further training their life's work. Some will achieve suc- cess beyond their highest contem- plation, while others wil find con- tentment and solace in simplicity, moderation, and serenity. Atlanta High School extend to the But in entering the respective fields of labor, it must be remem- bered that "true success" and "true happiness" is prevalent only thru adherence to the laws of God. We, the 1938 graduates of the school's faculty, entire student body, and patrons, our deepest ap- preciation and a found, sincere farewell. Truly never before has such a spirit of brotherhood and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

.#vnp 4£ v*w«*< . * Ax-a*!*; Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Anea! The Citizens Journal fifty. Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE PLAN NOW TO FILL TRENCH SILOS 1> 1 f o % r> Ensilage For Red Top Sorghum This is the month to plant Red Top Sorghum for ensilage. Ten acres of feed put up in a trench silo is equal to 20 acres of the same type of feed put up as hay, accord- ing to Texas Extension Authorities Cass county had one outstanding demonstration at the home of J.C. Frost in 1937 in which he put up enough ensilage on 4 acres to carry fifty head of cattle for 100 days. There is no better dairy feed, nor is there any better beef cattle feed. It is good for horses and mules if properly put up. It is cheaper to put up feed in a trench silo than any other "known way. A shed made out of rough poles and materials might make the feed- ing of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

ft f THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 ? The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice 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 $100 One Year *1.50 Six Months .76 Six Months 1-00 Three Months 50 Three Months — — .65 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. "Ellington T. E. L. Officers Seven offivers of T.E.L. class of Baptist church held their month- ly meeting with Mrs. Robert Mills Friday, May 27 After business was cleared away the hostesses served delicious fruit punch and cake. Next meeting will be held at the church. To Be Married June 12 Mrs. J. B. Young announces the marriage of her daughter Ellon Young to Frank Hackney of Mon- roe, La., to take place June 12. Miss Young arrived Saturday for two weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Young and sister, Vir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

..... *•* ■ a>vwliT'~fwfe ■ \ ""J*,-* THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 \ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS ;/ £ IV #*■*-1 ~ <. *; ti(* « ► * i •) C THURSDAY, JUNE SECOND FRIDAY, JUNE THIRD f SATURDAY, JUNE FOURTH THREE TREMENDOUS ¥ DAYS THURSDAY, JUNE SECOND FRIDAY, JUNE THIRD SATURDAY, JUNE FOURTH AT DUNLA Full Size for Double Bed—Attractive RAYON BED SPREADS 97c OUR FINEST AND SHEEREST SILK HOSE They are guaranteed Regularly sold at $1.25 HEAVY DOUBLE THREAD TURKISH TOWELS Exti-a large size 24x50—2 for 97c 97c HERE'S A DEAL FOR YOU One 81x90 Sheet 97^ (Four Year Guaranteed) One 42x36 Pillow Case NEW SUMMER WASH DRESSES FOR WOMEN REGULAR 69c RAYON PANTIES Famous Lorraine Line . . . smooth . .. the Q7C way to loveliness. 2 pairs for 5F ■ BOY'S WORK SHIRTS 97c In grey chambray 3 for Lovely Lorraine Slips MEN'S RAYON DRESS soxs Tailored of finest fabrics Each 97c Per DOZEN. 97c Attractively styled in colorful prints and pastel sheers. Val. to $2.00. 97c BOY'S OVERALLS Heavy Blue or Str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

i I t I e i i a £ C t It o d mm n Jlf, THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS X ® IN THE MATTER OF THE CONSTRttqW* OF.IMPROVEMENTS AND EXTENSIONS TO W^EE«®RKS AND SEWER SYS- TEMS OF THE CITY OF JSfLAN'JEA, TEXAS, AND OF THE CITV'S INTENTION TO ISSUE WARRANTS TO FINANCE A PORTION OF THE COST THEREOF. Sealed proposals, addressed to the Honorable Mayor and Mem- bars of the City Council, Atlanta, Texas, for— (1) Furnishing materials and equipment; (2) Furnishing, in place and ready to operate, certain sewage pumpB, rotary distributor and operating siphon; and, (3) Furnishing and erecting one (1) 200,000 gallon elevated steel tank; in connection with the improvements and extensions to the Water- works and sewer Systems of said City, hereinafter called OWNER, in accordance with plans, specifications and contract documents prepared by F. J. Von Zuben, Consulting and Supervising Engineer, 1014 Electric Building, Fort Worth, Texas, will be received at the office of E. C. McKinnon, City Secreta...

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

I) ll lis Li- Ik. l.i I1 In** ll loo | >.i li- ft'.' br- lial Ilvs m- cas ia- llos AVO oin ind Df of ind ra- the irts m- iam Va. tcr in«i lose 2ars i.sh- ,133 ship ents the M. t* IZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS , f„. 7 Miss Cathryn Louise McClung Weds John G. Keller in Impressive Ceremony by Mrs. N. P. Hanner Prominent amoung social events of the season was the wedding of Miss Cathryn Louise McCiung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. McClung, and Mr. John G. Keller Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Keller of Kaufman, Texas, which was beautifully and impressively solomnized Sunday morning at nine o'clock in the First Methodist church, with the I{ev. L. H. Mathi- son, officiating. The beauty of the church was en- hanced by its lovely decorations. Tall floor baskets of shasta daisies and fern formed an artistic back- ground for the numerous small baskets also filled with shasta daisies and fern. The nuptial music was rendered by Mrs. Guy Hughes at the piano. She played "Traiimerie" by Sch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

THE CITIZENS J Voters View Political V Spending The number of candidates for public offices in Cass County is small in comparison with the total number in the State of Texas. But their problems are striking- ly similar, inasmuch as we know those closer at hand better, we can view the problems of the whole by observing a cross-section taken from our little family group—from The Atlanta Quartet Broadcasts from New Studios of Allday Funeral Home Atlanta Over Station KCMC They invite you to tune in from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. each Sunday afternoon or come to the studio and listen. There is ample seating facilities. You are wel- come to see them in person ALLDAY'S Funeral Home Phone INSPECTED JvCEBTIFIED pVU.S.OOVT.DEPtOF aoriculturc^I h whom we are person- jainted, whom we meet .reet, with whom we may and* and talk with long to understand that back of *spir tion for office there a/el amilies expecting the means of support. By looking at the el- ective process from this personal and small-siz...

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

■ * ■i.iW'i1 iursday, june 2, 1988 / THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS VEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington iwn Social Monday afternoon the Baptist la- es had their social on the church wn with 23 ladies and four YWA rls present. Mesdames H. C. Rat- iff and Beren Griffith in charge ! games. After a full hour of fun e were served lovely plates of ike and cream. Thanks to our serving committee Next "meeting with Mrs. Dell, ob- srving our Golden Jubilee Pro- ram. ipal Stanley, 13 Happy birthday was made for Ipal Stanley, Friday with a noon arty at Mrs. Ross Powell home— ifteen guests, and many nice gifts, landwiches, ice cream, cake and ruit were served. ireat Success The Vacation Bible School closed iut Saturday noon with a big picnic it Atlanta park. An abundant ipread was served to more than 50. Fhe enrollment for the week was 45 Seventeen receiving Bibles as gifts 'or perfect attendance. The work was beautifully dine in devotional, study, song, recreational and the projects wnich were...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Saturday night Lyle home. t Brooks of Shreveport *r parents Mr. and Mrs -rd. JEHEM An. Carl Wilson .1-8. A. D. McBurnett and chil- •n, Mrs. M. A. Hammock and ftt. Emerett Hamilton attended .ie funerals of Mary Jean Swint and Abe Heath, Tuesday. Chad Partain and family, Em- , mett Hamilton and Erylne McBur- nett were Sunday visitors in the Joe Hammock home. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Vester Wilson and son and Betty Lou Bushart spent Sun day in Viard home, Almira. Miss Lora O'Rear spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. R. E. Sexton. Misses Evelyn Hatcher and Kath ryn Sexton spent last week end with Miss Barbara Thompson in Linden. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Humphrey and son of McLeod were Sunday visitors in M. A. Hammock home. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Virgil McBurnett and daughter, Carney Kirkland and family, A. D. McBur- nett and family, Grandpa Weaver, Roy Hammock and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Estle Hammock. R. E. Sex...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

,!■ THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS (CONGRESSMAN TEXASJ The House was determined to pass a Wage and Hour Bill. It was up to the members to select one of two methods of adminis- tering such a law. One, a Board here in Washington, such as pro- posed last December, which would have the authority and power to fix and compel the payment of wages in any industry and in any section of the United States; any one feeling aggrieved by the ac- tion of such ' Board would be com- •( pelled to seek redress in Washing- t ton, D. C. The other alternative proposed in the measure, which has just passed the House, provid- ed that the Secretary of Labor can determine the industry that will come under the Bill, but will have no power to enforce the law. If the Secretary of Labor declares an industry within the law that is not entitled to be considered the one interested may appeal to his THE DIAMOND SHOP A complete stock of all na- tionally advertised jewelry Elgin, Hamilton ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 June 1938

* THE ornziCNS jattpvat att 4M«* tWwiF )Id Chicago" Peak in New e of Films THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 Her Dramatic Triumph! Ihei hones Wsed . HDCC1 Al- jrs, jach jr an .ag co- i of the Denison, utile Jones .eted a series ntertainments. ildare has ever frool Faculty wish- s means of express- .anks to Mr. D. H. S. B. Culpepper, the i . Trustees, the patrons and adents for their aid in mak- the Kildare School a success ,-nture its first year. irge to make big pictures, honestly deserving those adjectives "tremen- 'spectacular" and even 'al," seems to come in cycles, these cycles reach their crest ' .nly, very roughly, at ten-year •'■tfrvals. Of course, people haven't 4en making movies long enough yet to enable the statistician to de- termine so long range a matter as the periodicity of appearance of big pictures definitely, but so far, ten years seems to be the interval between one cluster of big pictures and the next, but the clusters them- selves are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

:yr . • j., ■ ■ ?.M, ■ ^• 'ii$f • ■ ' «•*.J1' • ' , MMfMHMM H J ) Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! FIFTY The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to A • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 Presbyterian Revival Draws Crowds The crowds continue to increase with each service at the Revival in progress this week at the Pres- byterian church. Rev. S. L. Terry, pastor of the First Presyterian Church, Denison, is doing the preaching, and Rev. E. P. Smith is the local pastor. The Rev. Mr. Terry arrived Sun- day afternoon, and spoke to an atentive congregation made up of many visitors from the other churches of the city. His opening sermon was titled "Spiritual Pow- er," and he emphasized the neces- sity of full surrender to God in order to have his divine power. He urged the cooperation of everyone in the short series of services this week. Services are held each day at 9 a.m. and at 8 p.m. Rev. Ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS (CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] Who is Responsible for Deplorable Condition of Farmer? The fact that more than fifty million bales of cotton were produc- ed in the world last year is an out- standing fact sufficient to convince anyone that something had to be done by the government to assist the cotton farmers in America or they would have received four cents or less per pound for cotton. In days gone by, when we had much enormous crops, the farmers had to take their loss through low prices', although their debts had been contracted on high prices, and looked forward to some year when not so much cotton would be pro- duced and a better price would be obtained. The protective tariff causes the farmer to pay a higher price for what he buys. This tariff permits the manufacturer to reecive an in- creased price, which goes into his pocket and is paid to stockholders, officers, wage-earners and others. The present Administration caused a law to be passed that woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

1 I ") ) t } THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington This Weeks Subscription Lawson Muldrew, Queen City. Rev. Burkhalter Returned Rev. L. L. Burkhalter returned Saturday from the Pastor's Retreat at Fort Worth. A great group and spiritual feast was enjoyed. Rev. Rilley in Georgetown Rev. Compton Riley was called to Ada, Okla., where his sister in law was critically ill. She is improving and Rev. Riley went Monday to Southwestern University for a two weeks course in the Pastor's school. Subscribe for Citizeris Journal! Women's Missionary Society A beautiful nature program was enjoyed by 12 wofnen at the church Monday. Mrs. Joe Roach, Historic and Bi- ble Trees. Mrs. Adams, God in Nature. Nature poem, Mrs. McNeal. June Outlook really gave us a vision of momentous movements of men. The society will meet next Mon- day at the church. Rev. Easterling in Pulpit We were happy in having Rev. W. S. Easterling, Atlanta, preach Sunday morning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 4938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. =3= Patman Announces For Re-election To the people of the First Con- gressional district of Texas: No man can make the aggres- sive and uncomprising fight that I have made since I have been in Congress against the rich, power- ful, and greedy interests without making enemies. I have made enemies in the performance of my official duties, and now they are fighting me. I am glad that I can come back to my people and say that, in the face of all opposition, I have never refused to perform my official duty nor failed to car- ry out my promises bo my constitu- ents. I desire to express my deep debt of gratitude for your splendid sup- port in the past. In return for thu honor, I have rendered the verj best service that I was capable ol rendering. When I asked the people of this District in 1928, to send me to Congress, I advocated certain de- finite policies ancf promised cer- tain objectives. The man who has no program before he goes w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Texas —County of Cass By virtue of an order of sale is- sued out of the Honorable District Court of Cass County, on the 7th day of June A. D., 1938, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of How- ard Carney and Hugh Carney, com- posing the law firm of Carney & Carney, versus J. B. McCuller and A. R. Allen, No. 10,402, and to me, as Sheriff, delivered I will proceed to sell for cash within the hours prescribed by the law for Sheriff's Sales on the First Tuesday in July A. D., 1938, it being the 5th day of said month, before the Court House door of said Cass County in the town of Linden, Texas, the fol- lowing described property, to-wit: Being a one-half undivided inter- est in and to 84 acres, more or less, a part of the Willis D. Lakin H. R. Survey in Cass County, Texas, and being the same land described in a deed from Gus Allen and Wife to Dick Allen, which said deed is on record in Cass County, deed rec- ords, Book 0-3, page...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

I fife'', : NOTICE TO BIDDERS IN THE MATTER OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF IMPROVEMENTS AND EXTENSIONS TO WATERWORKS AND SEWER SYS- TEMS OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TEXAS, AND OF THE CITY'S INTENTION TO ISSUE WARRANTS TO FINANCE A PORTION OF THE COSTfTHEREOF. Sealed proposals, addressed to the Honorable Mayor and Mem- bers of the City Council, Atlanta, Texas, for— (1) Furnishing materials and equipment; (2) Furnishing, pumps, rotiu, (3) Furnishing and erecting one (1) 200,000 gallon elevated steel tank; in connection with the improvements and extensions to the Water- works and sewer Systems of said City, hereinafter called OWNER, in accordance with plans, specifications and contract documents prepared by F. J. Von Zuben, Consulting and Supervising Engineer, 1014 Electric Building, Fort Worth, Texas, will be received at the office of E. C. McKinnon, City Secretary, Atlanta, Texas, until 10:00 A.M., on Friday, the 17th day of June 1938, and then publicly opened and read aloud. Any bid received af...

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

j|p|^fV- ~~* ~" ' "•• -:• •• I'Tr* ^ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 TODAY and TO! PARKER BRIDC STOCKBRlDOE FISH for study As long as men have been catch- ing fish, little is really known about their life and habits. How do they behave under water? We can't see much more than a few inches below the surface of the sea. Who eats who in the-struggle THE DIAMOND SHOP A complete stock of all na- tionally advertised jewelry Elgin, Hamilton and Bulova Watches Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing In Marie's Ready to Wear Main Street — Atlanta for existence that goes on in the ocean's depths? Nobody knows for sure, but a great scientific labora- tory for the study of living fish of all kinds has been established in Florida, and we are on the way toward learning more about the hidden life under water. At Marineland on Florida's East Coast half a million dollars has been spent to baild a miniature ocean. Two great connected tanks of filtered sea-water have been built....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 June 1938

li '■TT- HHHIHMi I . —— —■ *T ' • . - :■ "i - ' Si',) I ^ | THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ' •'y.•" •' ? ' r' •• m pnn| THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 McLeod W. M. S. In Regular Meeting The McLeod W. M. S. met Tues- day evening May 31, at the church. ROYAL CASTLE Eat With Us While the Weather is Hot SANDWICHES AND COLD DRINKS There were fifteen members and 1 visitor present. The follgpwing program was given Song: Jesus Calls Us. Prayer: Mrs. Carl Brown. Devotional: Ninth chapter of Acts, by Mrs. J. H, Jjatman. Reading of Minutes: Mts. H. L. Eubanks. Sixth chapter in "His Witness" by Mrs. J. D. Betts. Song: Blest Be the Tie. the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS Phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. Closing Prayer: Mrs. W. A. Bar- ker. Our meeting will begin at three o'clock during the summer. Enjoys Atlanta Quartet Program The first Sunday in June was a delightful day at Stonecoal Bluff. I came up here to my son John's one week ago. Sunday morning quite a few cam...

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