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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS o Oak Grove Day A Big: Success The Oak Grove singing class met with Atlanta Quartet last Sunday afternoon at Allday Funeral Home. Numbers were rendered on the air by Little Reba and Willard Pyle. Mrs. Guy Hughes, Mrs. Bryon Hef- ner of Atlanta appear in an organ and piano quartet also a quartet sung by Mr. and Mrs. Houston Land, T. H. Walker* and Martin GhoLston. Following the one hour program on the air a class was arranged composed of singers from different communities and a good singing was enjoyed by all present. During this time songs were led by Martin Gholson, Oak Grove; quartet sung by Baker quartet of Queen City; Other leaders were Houston Land, Willard Pyle, Morris Griffin, 0. F. Hamilton, T. H. Walker, Reba Pyle, E. L. Hopkins, Floyd Baker, J. D. Moore, Billy Baker, a quartet also by the Oak Grove quartet. The Atlanta quartet invites you to be with them any Sunday after- noon at 2:00 o'clock in the chapel of Allday Funeral Home. Beatin...

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

(l 1 ■m u 'm t LY 14, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS O'FARRELL Hasel Gillespie The Baptist meeting will begin "Wednesday, July 18. Everyone come and bring someone with you. The ball game between Atlanta and O'Farrell was 7 to 8 in favor of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie G. Clay- ton and son were Sunday guests in Jess Dukes home. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Lyle and grandson, Phillip, spent Friday night in the A. V. Rachel home in Atlanta. Red Sexton spent Sunday with Harve D. Anderson. The Sunday dinner guests in the R. F. Gillespie home were: Hazel Sexton, Myrtle Cross, Forest Shear- TOMATO PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT PRUNE JUICES ion, Jessie and Georgo Warren and Joel Cross. The singing class were glad to have Mrs. Ruth O'Rear to play for them Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Carter were Sunday evening guests in the Bill Bogan home. ) SPRINGDALE Bessie Lummus Sunday School was well attended Sunday. There was not any sing- ing Sunday night. The class went to Bear Creek. They reported a n...

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

' THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 'ffl \ **« ii i i . .1 .I.II i' i ■ i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS P QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington A Beautiful Service Proceeding the sermon there was a beautiful service honoring Mrs. E. L. Knowles, as a charter mem- ber of the Queen City Methodist church and the only charter mem- ber of Queen City Woman's Mis- sionary Society living in Queen City. Rev. Compton Riley paid beauti- ful tributes to Mrs. Knowles. His- tory of the Methodist church, or- ganized in 1878, given by Mrs. Ellington. History of the Womans' Missionary Society, •organized in 1888 by Mrs. A. M. Johnson. Mrs. Knowles was escorted to the pulpit by her son Roy Knowles. Berry Morris in a pleasing ad- dress presented a silver baptismal bowl to the church in honor of Mrs. Knowles. She was then pre- sented with a jar of lovely roses by Mrs. Morris from Mrs. W. P. Riley. Following this a sermon by Rev. Riley, "A Tribute to Woman- hood." meetings, adult men, adult women, and young peopl...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Blackburn Discusses Tariff Rates Judge George P. Blackburn, Paris congressional candidate, urg- ed a reduction of tariff rates as a" vital necessity to the agricul- tural prosperity of the South in his Atlanta speech Friday afternoon under a boiling sun. For years, the judge declared, the platforms of the Democratic party have demanded a lowering of import duties, but while President Roosevelt and Secretary Hull were performing valiant service by re- ducing tariffs through treaties, no help has been forthcoming from Congress. The judge pledge that one of his first acts in Washington would be militant advocacy of tariff reduc- tions. "The farmer needs and deserves relief from the false economic posi- tion under which he is compeled to sell his crops at world auction and then buy his necessities in a mar- ket artificially boosted by tar- iffs," Judge Blackburn said. "The farmer must buy every manufac- tured article he uses in the field, on the road...

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

•t4l T -L3_ ,, : ' : wift '•' '.;:" v. Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 FIFTY YEAR Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home NUMBER 28 THIRD ANNUAL WATERMELON FESTIVAL AND OFFICIAL OPENING OF CANNING FACTORY JULY 26 Results of Straw Votes at Theatre The following is the result of the straw vote taken at the State Theatre Tuesday night on the state ticket. Candidates not listed failed to tally. For Governor W. Lee O'Daniel 69 Karl A. Crowley 1 Ernest O. Thompson 10 Tom F. Hunter 4 William McCraw 23 For Lieutenant Governor John Lee Smith 5 Alton M. Mead 3 G. H. Nelson 52 Coke R. Stevenson 12 Pierce Brooks 19 George A. Davisson Jr 3 For Attorney General Robert W. Calvert 23 Gerald C. Mann 33 Ralph Yarbrough . 21 Walter Woodul 27 For Railroad Commissioner 0. C. Christie 6 G. A. Jerry Sadler 25 Robert A. Stuart 33 C. V. Terrell 9 John Wood 20 Frank Morris 6 For Congre...

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

■ — THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 sir m Welcome To WATERMELON FESTIVAL and Official Opening of ATLANTA CANNING PLANT TUESDAY, JULY 26 LUMBER for all purposes / Complete House Patterns A Specialty! * FOR QUICK DELIVERY PHONE 7 We Deliver to all Parts of the Field GUNTER-CANTLEY LUMBER CO. — Atlanta TODAY and STOCK BRIDGE NAMES races The commonest family name in America is still Smith, according to the largest list of names yet com- piled. That is the list of 3D,000,000 workers to whom Social Secruity numbers have been assigned. More than 480,000 of them are named Smith. The Johnsons come next, with 350,000 names. Next in fre- quency are Brown, Williams, Miller and Jones. A man's name is no sure indica- tion of his ancestry, since in Amer- ica one's name is whatever one chooses to call himsel. Most people, however, keep the names of their fathers and grandfathers. The pre- ponderance of the names I have listed indicates that the dominant racial strains i...

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

• w 1 * ] THURSDAY, JULY 21^1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Mrs. Lillian Oliver Wins Recognition The following article with Mrs Oliver's picture appeared in the" National Underwriter recently. This magazine is the leading life insurance publication in the United States. Mrs. Lillian Oliver, manager for Colorado Life at Atlanta, Texas, signed her contract May 3, and by the end of June she had written $200,000 of life insurance in addi- tion to a good volume of accident and health. This remarkable re- cord was made by a remarkable woman. Mrs. Oliver has been in life insurance for approximately 20 years and the name Lillian Oliver is synonymous with life insurance in east Texas. The record is all the more notable when one takes Into consideration' that in addition to the work she has done in her chos- en field, she has not neglected her duties as a mother and home mak- er. Mrs. Oliver is very active in the social and business life in her sec- tion of the state She is a member...

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

— ' III ' .'ill pflBf t : wM ;*■ • ' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS m THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 J TIRE VALUE Farmer's Soil "Gone With the Wind" But College Course in Conservation Tells How Land Can Stage Comeback GOOD/YEAR Thrifty tire buyers — •ee the Goodyear R-l first—and you'll look bo iartherl Long mile- age. safety, blowout- protection are yours at prices which make R-l a real bull's eye ▼aluel R-l 4.40-Zl " $855 4.75-19 $975 5.00-19 $1055 GOODYEAR G-! ALL-WEATHER Th • new 1938 edition G-3 All- Weather gives more safety, mileage, com- fort—yet costs no morel GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY A real husky— ior tough going — with Lifetime Guaranteel As low as. . $J85 SPECIALS Quality Sponges. "|9£ Up Top Grade Chamoi ....49( Up Polishing Cloth.. from 15ft Auto Polish, 6 oz. 27* Polishing Wax 39* Touch-Up Enamel 45* Top Dressing, '/2 P* 40^ Paint Brushes from 10* East Texas Motor Co. PHONE 148 — ATLANTA VQ. uUiazR. V, TtfMR COOPBRft T/vE. 'HJ> A/re gettytCE 2te.i*/. -H. Bennett, Cti/EF, S...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS I O i o I>ci(c Carnegk 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People*" A Darn In Her Stocking Set Her Feet On The Ladder to Fame HELEN JSPSON f Returns To Defend Championship Do you like Cinderella stories? Well, here is one that actually hap- pened. This is the story of a little girl 666 CURES MALARIA | in 7 days & relieves COLDS — HMOASSE. salve. nose drops 30 MINUTES try rud-my<t|sm. worlds best liniment ^ TILE OF ALL KINDS R. B. HARTSHORN Tile Contractor Phone 2809 903 Beech-- Texarkana who was once called "Fatty" but who grew up to be one of the most beautiful singers of all times. This is the story of a little girl who was so poor she couldn't afford to take music lessons; yet she is now a prima donna in the Metropol- itan Opera Company in New York. In 1930, this girl had one radio audition after another; and nobody wanted her. Four years later, the radio editors of America voted h...

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

'i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 21,1938 Society Sunshine Class Enjoys Picnic The members of the Sunshine Class met «t the Baptist church July 14, at 7:80 p. m. and were given a contest to determine the best informed member about the facts of the city of Atlanta as they proceeded to Beavers pool Several enyoyed swimming while the others played old fashion games Between games the groups wand- ered toward the huge containers of lemonade. After everyone was tired they gathered around with bows of every sie and color and ice cream and cake was served to: Mesdames, Carmen Gill, Gert- rude Foster, H. Carmichael, Rush Davis, Jay, Clyde and Hap Cle- ments, D. D. Aken, Bob Callicoatte, Gerold Smith, H. V. Caver, D. Nich- ols, Jewel Nichols, V. E Ware, 0. E. Dees, H. W. Fuller,C. W. Jenkins, P F. Squyres and the vis- itors, little Miss Elenda Clements, Ruth Carmichael and Mary Ellen Squyres. Miss Opal Paul left Sunday for Denton where she will attend T.S. C.W. for the ne...

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

/ :i8 vt & <• O J f THURSDAY. JULY 21. 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS =s* Locals A. C. Nelson of Pittsburg, Penn., is visiting home folks in Linden FH A LOANS We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. W. A. Miles of Atlanta, Texas, as our rep- resentative in Cass County in the handling of FHA Loans for new construction, refinancing and repairing on Farm and City property. Payments average $8.65 per month, per thousand dollar loan including taxes, in- surance, principle and interest. See W. A. MILES at office of A. Miles Insurance Agency, Atlanta, Texas J. E. Foster & Son 1118 Gulf States Bldg. . Dallas, Texas and looking after business in the county. Corpus Christi visited in the home of Mrs. A. R. Hardy last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rutherford spent the weed end in Dallas on business and visiting relatives. Dr. S. DeFee Hawley, Tulsa, Okla., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Redman, Longview, spent the week end in the T. B. Oliver ...

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

JMWJI I . -I 1.1* I '■ w "1 ■fv * ' < THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS I THURSDAY, JULY 21, 198& Cotton Consumption Steadily Declines COLLEGE STATION —'"Cotton producers face a problem of com- petition that will probably be as far reaching in its effects as the decline of foreign markets," states W. E. Morgan, ecoonmist of the Extension Service of Texas A. and M. College. "I refer to the comparatively re- cent development of fabrics pro- duced from synthetic fibers." The 20 year trend in per capita consumption of'cotton and rayon shows a-sharp increase in the use of the latter fabric. From 1918 to 1929 per capita cot- ton consumption in the United States remained fairly constant and in 1929 stood at 29.4 pounds com- pared to 1.08 pounds for rayon. Af- ter 1929 cotton consumption drop- ped sharply but returned in 1936 and 1937 to near the 1929 level. Rayon consumption, on the other hand, has increased steadily since 1918 and at present is nearly twice as high as in 1929. C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

7 THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 .ZifcjNS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Target Of Irate Traffic Violator m Wmm 4 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. . . . Howard Jones, cameraman for the Knox- ville (Tenn.) Journal, standing at rear of the city jail where he waa fired upon ljy E. McNew, a political leader and head of a bonding firm bearing his, jiame. White circles mark where two of the bulleta struck while Jones took pictures. McNew waa arrested for driving while intoxicated and other traffic violations. She Ruled an Empire, Married an Imbecile, And Had A Score of Lovers KATHERINE 0 Catherine The Great was the most famous Empress that ever sat upon the glittering throne of Rus- sia. Yet her real name was not Catherine. And she was not Rus- sian. And some historians don't •even think she was great. When she came to Russia. She was a nobody—u little proverty- stricken German Princess, who had been reared like a ragamuffin. She arrived in Russia, friendless and penniless, and with only three dresses to her name. Yet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

LAWS CHAPEL Mrs. J. R. Jones Sunday scfcool was not very well atteuueu auuuay. us De more punctual in atienuance. luidses miauei auu Eifie Aiae buuiipa iroot £i.i'.S.x.U. commerce b^cui. uw wee*, eiiu wan nome xuUUi. wis. A. Harper and daughter Airs. Homer atejjer visueit mura- uay wun iuis. o. jjivuigsum. i ir. anU i*irs. iviet sieger are visiting in &an Angeio, iexas. iur. bteger is convalescing niceiy alter several weens illness. xviiss Evelyn ivntcnell of Gilmer is visiting ner cousin vaiera nelms and attending tne singing school. Mrs. £>aran atcger anu uaugnter iviiss juiaaie, ivir. anu ivirs. Kicnard- s on were ouiiuay uinner guests or Mrs. ijan Anaerson oi Reu Hill. i ir. ana Mrs. i^rwin narper and lainuy ox uenton, xexas, spent ttie ween enu witn ivxr. and Mrs. vv ill Harper. john ivirK. of Commerce spent tne week end in Robert Stamps home. c>uck Jones was the Sunday din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert King. xvxr. and Mrs. Reginald Jones and babies, Karl Jones visi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 •®i,} THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS Karl Crowley Presents Plea Judge Critz Visits Atlanta Friends Karl Crowley, candidate for Gov- ernor, addressed an attentive crowd Tuesday morning from in front of Mile's Drug Store. He was introduced by Judge Hugh Carney. W. P. Lee, chairman of the Crowley for Governor At- lanta club, presided over the meet- ing. Mr. Crowley concisely outlined his platform, which he said was the only complete, fully-explained plat- form issued in writing by any gub- ernatorial candidate. He touched upon the questions fcpf old age and teachers pensions, "ural electrification, regulation of monopolies, the need of a new tax system for Texas, and other issues which he said were of vital concern to our people. On the matter of old age pen- sions, he favored the full payment of $30 monthly to all above 65, recommended that the administra- tion be placed in the hands of County Judges and Commission- ers 'Courts and offered a plan of 2 per...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

jlli H||| Nim )itHH' MUHMHWHHIH! 'M —jn >——III— II III ->V V THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS FOR ATTY. GENERAL RALPH YARBOROUGH Former Assistant Attorney General . . . . . . Member Colorado River Authority Board ... District Judge Travis County. . .. Now Campaigning on Leave of Ab- sence without pay. Won cash Judgment of $1,073,500 while Assistant Attorney General, the larg- est cash judgment ever won by State of Texas for Permanent School Fund. VOTE FOR RALPH YARBOROUGH FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1938 Rayburn Praises Wright Patman JEFFERSON, Texas—House ma- jority leader, Honorable Sam Ray- burn, speaking here Tuesday before .the Regional Agricultural Confer- ence, said relative to the candidacy of Congressman Wright Patman of this district, "the job of legislat- ing should be continuous to be helpful. When you have an able, kind, fine man, like Patman, keep him there." On the program with Majority Leader Rayburn was Lafayette Patterson, assistant secretary ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

.() ti fc 1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Highway 77 Extension Located Mr. Riney of Mt. Pleasant, high- way engineer, was in Naples re- cently consulting Naples highway committee as to the location of the proposed extension of Highway 77 from Naples to Commerce. No particular route out of Na- ples was definitely decided upon but it was of fche general opinion that the extension would cross the railroad and Highway 67 a short distance east of town and run in a westerly course until it intersects Highway No. 11 just south of White Oak bridge and follows No. 11 to what is known as the tram road at the beacon light; thence on out the tram road to Talco. Surveyors commenced work on making the location between Naples and Talco about three weeks ago and are working this way from Talco. In addition to the route as men- tioned above, it is promised that a cut-off be built through town to connect the main highway a short distance north of town. — Naples Monitor. Drivers—or Driven? (An ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

ngressman Wright Patman Spoke at McLeod Monday Night Congressman Wright Patman, campaigning for re-election, spoke at McLeod high school auditorium Monday evening reminding his lis- teners that he pioneered the move- ment in congress for old age pen- sions. "When I ran for Congress 10 years ago and advocated old age pensions, I was the first congres- sional candidate from the South to be elected on a platform in which there was a pledge in favor of old age pensions," Patman de- clared. "They called me a sical- ist for advocating old age pen- sions. "I helped bo pioneer this great movement in congress ;helped to organize the first group to sponsor old age pensions, and worked on it for many years before Mr. Roose- velt came into office. I expect to continue to work in behalf of the old age pensions until an adequate law is passed providing for a suf- ficient appropriation to pay the sum of $30 per month to every aged person in the United States who does not pay a federal income g * *...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt The meeting closed Sunday night Rev. Everett preached good ser- mons that have done much good. Sorry Mrs. Everett's mother is so ill. All were glad to see the nice rain Sunday night. Mrs. R. A. Busbee and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller and children were Wednesday dinner guests in the Lee Gage home, Mr. and Mrs. £ee Gage were Wednesday supper guests in the Osca rHatcher home, Red Hill. Sunday guests in the T. R. Les- ter home were Mr. and Mrs. Looney McAdams and children of Mar- shall and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Les- ter and daughter Margarette Ann of Linden. ■*' Misses Rose Lynn and Mary Francis McAdams and Margarette Ann Lester are spending this week in the T. R. Lester home. Mr. and Mrs. Harper Wall and children returned last week from a two weeks visit with Mrs. Wall parents in Goldwaite, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Hussie of Alvin are the guest of Mrs. Joe Z. Tarver at the anchorage this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 July 1938

iSpoke Saturday ■ Forty million dollars in caah and mineral rights that District Judge Ralph Yarbrough of Austin won for the State Permanent School Fund while he was Assistant Attorney General constitute one of the main features of the record on which he is running for Attorney General, j Yarbrough declared in a speech here Saturday. "It was my privilege, while As- sistant Attorney General to carry mm Safe1 Suggested REA Rate Schedule The REA rate section has sug- gested a schedule of rates to the officers of the Cass-Bowie-Morris rural electric co-operative. Prompt response will shorten the time nec- essary to complete your project. Rates on REA projects are based to caver all expenses. They must be on costs. They must be high enough low enough to en courage a full use of electricity. The information we have indicates that the following THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 the banner of the people into sixty rate schedule will give you service battles in the...

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