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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

IS! —w*r rifi CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS T, , - ;• •' V - •- '^^jp 'W • •■ /.,'•* !V. ■ % "ST ,?$PJ • & Allday-Old Showing the New 1939 Plymouth Automobiles Here Baptist church to which the public is invited. School] News "Here Comes Arubella," is the title of the play to be given at the liloomburg high school auditorium Friday evening Sept. 30, and spon- sored by the Methodist missionary society. The cast of characters include. Charles Harrist, Fred Carrol Har- r.st, Mackie McClure, Homer Bow- ens, Homer Nicholas, li. F. McFat- ridge, Mabel Reeves, Genice Ends- ley, Dorothy Wardeil, Twillarea Luce, Mrs. Irene Homey, Mrs. Clar ence McKelvy, Myrtle Jones, Mrs. R. F. McFatridge, Mrs. Ray Sim- mons. OfDaniel Smile Approves Plan f<rMM \ All the rooms of the Bloomburg high school are being worked over Walls are being recalcimined, wood work repainted, new chairs and ta- bles put in while old ones and stoves and blackboards are being repainted. And everybody seems busy and ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

S? ■ . • ■ • . ■$P*i mmm HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT, 20,1988 WRfOHT PATMANVS WEEKLY NEWS LETTER - MiiM ^CONGRESSMAN ^ TEKAS^t^^ iaa i On Sl3 Th w o dr at mi da Employment The impression seems to prevail that one desiring a position or a job of any kind should not register with the Employment Office unless on relief. This is an erroneous opinion. Anyone who desires em- ployment should first register with the nearest Employment Office, which is operated by the State of the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS Phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE For expelling Round Worms and for reducing Pin Worm infestation in children. Price 35c Walker Drug Co, Atlanta, Texas Texas through the cooperation of the Federal Government. This is the first step an unemployed per- son should take, whether on relief or not on relief. Farm Law I am receiving some very inter- esting suggestions about proposed amendments to our present Farm Law...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

JRSDAY, SEPT. 29,1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS iry List October irm of Court eginning Monday, October 24. [. H. Glass, Atlanta, Texas; W. Draper, Atlanta, Texas; Russell Cash, Bivens, Texas; Sam L. iderson, Linden, Texas; John iver, Queen City, Texas ;Q. Ma- , Springdale, Texas; J. W. Pa- o, Bloomburg, Texas; John A. )dson, Hughes Springs, Texas; W. Duncan, Jefferson, Texas, 2; Rhyne Simpson, Avinger, «as; O. E. McGilvray, Douglas- le, Texas; Carl McWhorter, uglasville, Texas; M. Morrow, iden, Texas; W. G. McMichael, iples, Texas; Luna Swint, Doug- iville, Texas; R. S. Allday, Atlan- Texas. CTIT JURY RST WEEK, OCTOBER 26TH. M. A. Harrell, Hughes Springs; Blue, Atlanta, Texas; W. A. ige Jr., Atlanta, Texas; G. C. irmingham, Atlanta, Texas; L. E. offer, Marietta, Texas; L. J. Bry- lt, Queen City, Texas; Wilmer ughes, Atlanta, Texas; Joe L. entley, Bloomburg, Texas; Joffre, ones, Douglasville, Texas; J. L. ogers, Marietta, Texas; B. W. erguson, Bloomburg, Texas; J. C. Norwo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

En iM I On s Tb 0 dn at mi da -■ - - —- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS 'WtSm I'm ^ i ? ^ 'inrj The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice In Atlanta, Texaa, aa second-class mail matter, 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 Six Months .76 Six Months Three Months 60 Three Months ..$1.60 . 1.00 .. .65 SPRINGDALE Bessie Lummus Church services were well at- tended Saturday night and Sunday. Rev. J. N. Cornelius filled his re- gular appointment. Saturday night was regular conference night. The church called Rev. Cornelius for half-time for the coming year. The second and fourth Sundays will be the regular dates. Rev. and Mrs. Cornelius and Jackie Hughes, Mrs. O. A. Lum- mus spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Noah Howell's home. Misses Oleta Freeman and Imo- gene Taylor spent Sunday with Miss Agnes Puck...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 29,1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THE ADVERTISED • * O Every nook and corner of Cass County is going to read about this Sale. That is why we say the "Advertised Sale** Good honest adverstising al- ways pays. We guarantee every item to be just as represented on this circular. Right in the heart of the fal I season "COOK'S" cut loose with a mighty price busting Sale. Read all, see all, know all, and save. Compare our prices before you buy. Happy days are here again at "COOK'S." Lots of fun, lots of bargains. SALE OPENS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30-9:00 A .M--BE HERE! OPENING HOUR FRIDAY 9:00 A. M. BROOMS 5 Strand 50c kitchen brooms—Limit one to customer— one hour only. 10c THE OLD RED ROOSTER Here's fun for young and old How many grains of corn will a hungry Rooster eat in 30 minutes Your Guess Is As Good As Mine! ROOSTER EATS SATURDAY OCT 15, AT 5 P. M. It costs nothing to guess OPENING HOUR FRILIAV MO A. M. LADIES HOSE Full Fashion 69c Hose—All new Fall shades—one...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 29 September 1938

" ' ' ' " THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS first page Ire. E. M. Meese, Mrs. T. D. Ma- Peaches: 1. Mrs. T. H. Summerlin, Bear Creek; 2. Mre Bear Creek; 8. Mrs Linden. Other '"tfweet Pickle Fruit. 1. Mrs. T. B. Neese, Bear Creek; 2. Mrs. E. N. Wilson, Bear Creek. String Beans: 1. Mrs. Jim Sum- merlin, Harris Chapel; 2. Mrs. Al- bert Jordan, Flat Creek; 3. Mrs. D. T. Meggs, Flat Creek. TEXTILES Crochet Articles: 1. Mrs. Ro- bert F. Salmon, Linden; 2. Mrs. Rosella Wilkerson, Linden; 3. Mrs. Edward Swint, Douglasville. Patchwork Quilt: 1. Mrs. T. H. Summerlin, Bear Creek; 2. Mrs. W. D. Berry, Linden; 3. Mrs. L. J. Hatcher, Bear Creek. Laidwork Quilt: 1. Mrs. R. P. Rutland, Douglasville; 2. Mrs. W. T. Jordon, Hughes Springs; 3. Mrs Albert Jordon, Flat Creek. Bed Spreads: 1. Mrs. Baker Wil- lis, Douglasville; 2. Mrs. Edward Summerlin, Harris Chapel; 3. Mrs. B. F. Cox, Douglasville. Piece of Cut Work: 1. Mrs. B. B. Cox, Douglasville; 2. Mrs. Agnes Roy Newby, Hughes Springs; 3. Miss The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

o t / Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Day at Heme • Trade tt Home w xiaut . iiuiiic FIF^Y^HfflTYE^R The Citizens Journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! 0 ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 NUMBER 39 VI Burgess Gets Road Contract C. W. Burgess of Kilgore, Texas was awarded the contract to build 6.7'J miles of highway between Glass's hill and McLeod for around $04.00.00 for dirt and drainage work, work to start soon as right of way is secured. No contract was let for the graveling of this section of the road. Cotton Security Collections Good Collections per bale of cotton from Farm Security Administra- tion borrowers in Cass County are running around $28.00 per bale, which is approximately as high as was expected when the loans were made last spring although the price per pound is lower than was anticipated, N. S. Ward, I* SA s rural supervisor, announced today. Rent had to be paid by many bor- rowers before they co...

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

~ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fitts, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wilson, Mrs. Cecil Fitts, of Rodessa, were Sunday vis- itors in the home of Rube McCoy. Doris Brown has been real sick past week. We are glad to say she is improving1. Sunday guests in John Taylor home were Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Taylor and daughter, Patty Jo, and Mr .and Mrs. T. O. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Clements and mother, of Vivian; Mr. and Mrs. H E. McCoy, of Texarkana; Mrs. Mit- tie Blakey, of Atlanta, were visi- ROYAL CASTLE T-Bone Steak with French Fried Potatoes 40c HOME-MADE CHILI HOT BARBECUE PLATES Shreveport Highway tors in home of Mrs. Delia Daugh- erty, Sunday. Born to Mr .and Mrs. Bert Deane a son, Sept. 26. Those visiting with Mrs. John Taylor past week were Mrs. Ed Endsley, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Taylor and son, Jerry. Three of Smyrna's soldier boys came home over the week end: Ir- vin Brackman, Tilman Duke and Janus R. Shuttle worth,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

■ J I I 1 UNIS BROS. OPENS FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, AT HEN PARTY - - - SATURDAY OCT. 8TH. AT 2 P. tvT) LADIES' $1.00 SILK HOSE lc PAIR Friday Morning, Oct. 7th, Promptly at 9 o'clock— We will sell 10 pairs of Ladies' $1.00 Silk Hose for only lc pair, while this amount lasts. Only one pair to the customer, to grown ladies only. M. 1 We will throw five live, fast flying- leghorn hens from top of awni in front of our store. Each hen will carry a tag , good for $1.00 trade at our store. Catch the hen, get $1.00 in trade, and you kt the hen too. Don't miss this. For Prices See Big Pink Circular PRIZE WINNERS AT THE CASS COUNTY FAIR, LINDEN, TEXAS, CONTINUED Berries: 1. Mrs. E. N. Wilson, Bear Creek; 2. Mrs. T. H. Summer- lin, Bear Creek; 3. Mrs. T. A. Dal- rymple, Bear Creek. Pear Preserves: 1. Mrs. T. C. Glo ^ ver, Bear Creek; 2. Mrs. E. N. Wel- son, Bear Creek; 3. Mrs. T. B. Neese, Bear Creek. Peach Preserves: 1. Mrs. T. H. Summerlin, Bear Creek; 2. Mrs. Ila Neese, Bear Creek; 3. Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 riunday School i uesday afternoon at in. in church. . officers and two visitors resent. A committee was ap- 1 for the year books. . Jenkins and Mrs. Nelson need that they will be host- o a Hallowe'en Party this a. change in time from 3:30 p. m. 50 p. m. was approved, ch member or prospective mem who would like to join this s is welcome to at any time. iptist Circle No. 1 iet with Mrs. Evans Monday af- loon and new officers were •ted for the new year: Irs. John Spivey—chairman, drs. C. H. Hefner—Secretary- asurer-reporter. tfrs. C. M. Jenkins—Stewardship VIrs. R. P. Cameron—Bible study Mrs. P. F. Squyres—Mis. study Mrs. A. W. Gorman—Missions. Mrs. Morris Stoker — Personal rvice. Mrs. L. T. Roberts—Periodicals. The next meeting will be Monday home of Mrs. John Spivey at 3 lock. Everybody who lives east of the ilroad is urged to come and join is circle. IcLeod W. M. S. The McLeod W. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 .THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS WRIG HT PAT M A N ' S fjj WEEKLY MEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEKAS — I I I Farm Problem Farmers are displeased because their Government checks have been delayed and because the allotment for this year was considerably de- layed. I made a special trip to College Station to visit Mr. E. N. Holm- green, who has charge of the A. A| A| in Texas, and the State Com- mittee that assists him in the ad- ministration of the Act. My in- Aformation is that the subsidy hecks and other checks are paid and will be paid as promptly as the County organizations submit proper applications therefor. Here- tofore the County Secretary, who is a non-resident of the County and an employee of the A. A. A., has selected the personal to administer the law in that County. Hereafter the selection of the personal will be left entirely to the County Commit- tee. This is carrying out the Gov- ernment's policy of permitting the farmers to administer the la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

I !§ J THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA/ TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1988 RED STAR FURNITURE COMPANY ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THEIR ENLARGED AND REMODELED STORE THURSDAY OCTOBER FROM 6:00 P. M. TO 9:00 P. M. Souvenirs Will Be Given to All Ladies--- We offer the most complete line of Furniture in this section — Complete in every detail — To say nothing of its good taste — to suit any modern home or a home designed for period furniture — Everything you could want for your beautiful home! You are cordially invited to come in at any time and see the many bargains for the Home! Beautiful velvet and par veloure Aladdin Electric Lamp Shades $1.95 up M&mmm Table Lamps up Many Beautiful End Tables $1.50 up Floor Lamps and Wall Lamps $1.00 up Occasional Tables $2.50 up Coffee Tables of all kinds $4.95 up Cocktail Tables $9.95 up lie* 1 Magazine Racks $1.00 up^ Beautiful Pictures 35c up Ash Trays and Stands - c UP Candlewick and Chenille Bed Spreads $1.25 up 50-tb White Cotton Mattress ....$8.95 ...

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

o If I I I s> VHE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, iMued 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 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months (55 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington Baptist Banquet Thursday night, September 29th, at 7 o'clock, the Baptist people met at the school gym in a "Fellow- Banquet." The place proved ^Would breathe forth the spirit of true hospitality and become a per- fect setting for the gathering to- gether of our happy church fami- lies and friends. A cordial invita- tion had been extended and hearts were made glad and rejoiced at the response. Tables were beautiful- ly decorated. Special speakers and guests table. Rev. Burkhalter pre- sided as toastmaster in his e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS BLOOMBURG Ettla M. Wood FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The First Baptist church met in conference, Thursday evening, September 29, and the following officers were elected: General Officers of the Church: Pianist, Mrs. Margarite Steedj Church and Sunday School Secre- tary and Treasurer, Miss Myrtle Jones; Chairman of Deacons, Mr. J. A. Bentley; Chairman of Ush- ers, Mr. Vernon Glass, Jr.; Choir Leader, Miss Marie Hansford. Officers and Teachers of the Sunday School: Superintendent, H. L. Pettit; Adult men, Rev. C. T. Htachel; Adult women, Mrs. J. W. Grogan; Young men, Vernon Glass; Euzelian, Mrs. C. T. Hatchel; Sen- ior Boys, ;Lester Westmoreland Senior Girls, Miss Marie Hans- ford; Intermediate Boys, R. F. McFatridge; Intermediate Girls, Mrs. T. B. Newton; Junior boys, Kermit Hutchins; Junior Girls, Mrs. Vernon Glass; Primary, Mrs. Noah Endsley; Beginners-Cradle Roll, Miss Verna Yates; Extension Department, Mrs. A. T. Harrist. B. T. ...

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

THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1938 = THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS I I I « 4.1* i-M v\V® GOODYEAR Top-rank qual- ity at easy-to- take prices! That's the Goodyear "H-l" with ita contor- tractitfn grip... Supertwial Cord In afary ply .... good look* . . . at a price no ▼aluo-mindad motorist can resistl gi"* g,.oW« .aU«--V „o ®0,rt , eo * M I Low M ,n $5 s FREE TIRE INSPECTION • Well gladly check over your tires — remove small pieces of glass, tacks, etc., before they cause serious trouble. Come in for this free service. No obligation. EAST TEXAS MOTOR CO. Main Street Atlanta, Texas PINEY GROVE Mrs. EnnlH Anderson Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Boland and son, of Marshall spent the week-end in our community. Mr. and Mrs. Clarice Burson and sons spent Sunday afternoon with Mr| and Mrs. Willard O'Rear. Sor- ry to learn that Mrs. O'Rear is on the sick list. We wish for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Walter Clayton and Mrs. Isaac Beck and others visited Mrs. Cobb last Monday. Mrs. Cobb re- mains about the s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 October 1938

wtHi MW' 5-Minute Biographies Author of uHow Co Win Friends and Influence People If H. G. Wells Hadn't Broken His Leg He Might Still Be Clerking In Dry Goods Store H. G. WELLS Sixty years ago, a group of boys were playing on the streets of a London suburb when an accident occurred. One of the bigger boys picked up a little chap, called Bertie Wells, and tossed him high into the air; but instead of catching Bertie when he came down, the big boy dropped him and broke his leg. For mohths, Bertie lay writhing in bed with a heavy weight tied to his leg. But the bone didn't set properly. It had to be rebroken. It was a terrible experience. Little Bertie screamed in agony and ter- ror. That seemed like a tragedy then, but Bertie knows better now. To- day he is one of the most famous authors in the world. You know him not as Bertie, but as Herbert George Wells, or H. G. Wells. You have probably read some of his books. He has written over seventy- five volumes; and he himself admits that tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 October 1938

r Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Buy at Home • Trade at Home The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, FIFTY-N Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1938 NO. 40 County Singing Convention Success The Cass County Singing Con- vention at Kildare was just what we expected, a grand success. ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Hitler forbid saying it with roses on account of a prick. But if he _ ^ ^ would consider the headaches he For th£ fjrst'time hi ten years, we has caused the world, the people of jjad amp[e floor space and park- ing ground. And too, the fellow- ship, hospitality and good eats at noon hour could not be excelled. Fifteen Cass County singing As- sociations were represented and visitors from Louisiana, Arkansas, Bowie county, Hunt county, Har- rison county and Morris county. The Atlanta and Hanner quartets contributed to the success of the song service. Others were as fol- lows; The Baker quarter, the Hamp ton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 October 1938

mm:- The Citizens Journal J. W. HAERELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) 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 CasB and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year * $1.00 One Year $1.50 Six Months 76 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 :WR 16 H T:-PATM AN J: OCT. 18, 1938 THURSDAY, THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS i jpps?! WEEKLY NEWS LETTER ?—CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — V $;g II j I WPA Aid For Farmers The WPA will make an effort to aid all farmers, who did not have a net income exceeding $312 during the last crop year. This is to go into effect October 15th. An effort will be made to give them work on projects, including ma- laria control, community sanita- tion, roads, parks and other pro- jects. It is believed that a large per cent of the farmers in this area will be eligible. Farmers desiring this aid are required to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 October 1938

o i o ' 9 I «} 1/ s s-s A. H. S. NEWS s-: THIS THING PERSONALITY- WATCH YOUR Q's AND T's The local high school students have-been subjected, forcefully or voluntarily, to various tests and questianaires, in connection with their school work. We have been tested for I. Q. (Intelligence Quo- tient), C. A. (Chronological Age), M. A. (Mental Age) and many oth- ers, but the latest is the P. M. (Personality Measurement). The business administration classes are now being conducted in such a manner as to better ana- lyze the student personalities and let the students understand the im- portance of such development. Just what is personality? You are conscious of its presence in some people and amazed by its ab- sence in others. It is the thing which employers are looking for in employees; the lack of which causes their dismissal. In fact, several authorities claim your chances for success in life depend as high as 80% on personality, and 20% on technical knowledge and training. Did you know ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 October 1938

**■ \-<>' 1 '•' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1988 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Thursday Study Club In Third Meeting The Thursday Study Club held its third meeting of the fall sea- son, October 6th, in the home of Mrs. Bob Howe, with Mrs. H. H. Ramsey, president of the Club, pre- siding. The meeting was opened by the members reading in unison the Club Litany, led by Mrs. J. R. Cash. Nineteen members ans- wered the roll call, each giving lines from Walt Whitman's Poems on Nature. Mrs. Jack Oakes, lea- der for the program, sketched the life and times of Walt Whitman; and the influence exercised by Whitman on his followers. Miss Margaret Ellington read and made interesting comments on the fol- lowing poems written by Whit- man: "One's Self I Sing," selec- tions from "Leaves of Grass," "I Hear America Singing," and "When Lilacs Last In The Door Yard Bloom." Mrs. H. C. O'Neal, in her own inimitable style gave Witter Bynner's Tribute to Whit- ...

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