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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 October 1938

T AY, OCT. 27, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS WRTLAND Mrs. Elrod f 1 " le did ;* have church Satur- night on account of the rain, Bro. Wommack preached a fine non Sunday morning. He was aturday night guest in the home J. W. Flanagan and a Sunday ist in the O. C. Echols home, liss Olene Elrod spent a few 's last week with her «ister Eylau and attended the Circus day night. drs. Wess Campbell and Mrs. mer McCarty spent Saturday sning with Mrs. Wiley Flana- n. Mrs. Hiram Prater, Mrs. John .rper and Mrs. H. A. Elrod spent turday evening with Grandma rkett. Bro. Joe Griffin has been licensed ' preach and he will preach his st sermon on the first Sunday November. Everyone come out the Baptist church and hear him each. Hev. Morris Roberts will preach re at the Baptist church Thurs- iy night before the fourth Sun- iy night in November. Rev. Ro- irts is from Longview. We would ce for everyone to come out and jar him. Sunday dinner guests in the H. . Elrod hoii\e were Mr.and Mrs. '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 October 1938

***** B f mj da 2 • g vo PC ra ai n« h( w N ei n o ii t C I ■ I fwm S'"M Q< "Pete" "Goes THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Town* B1 T. C. RICHARDSON, Secretary Breeder-Feeder Association Awhile back Walter Peterson of Justin, Texas, was asked by the local vocational teacher to tell the local F. F. A. class something about his experience. "Pete" has regularly topped the Christmas beef market in Fort Worth for a good many years, which is "going to town" in a big way. He and his brother raise Shorthorns and feed them out on their own oats, corn, sorghums, etc., and cotton- seed meal for which they "swap" their own cottonseed. These figures are quoted from memory and may not be exact, but are accurate enough for prac- tical purposes. "Pete" read from his records without any oratorical frills, about as follows. For ten years he has fattened an average of seven and and a half calves per year, they weighed an average of 900 pounds, and sold for an aver- age of ten cents, or $90 a hea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 October 1938

7 THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1938 TH* CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS Sensational! Thrilling! PHILCO MYSTERY CONTROL tunes this new 1939 Philco from anywhere in your home without wires or any oth er radio connection I So small... So light... you can easily carry it in one hand I SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell l) { o Imagine the thrill of tuning tkis new Philco front may room in jour home—upitairs, down- stairs, tT*n from the porch . . . uilhout go- ing nemr ihs rmdio! No more tiring steps when you tune the radio. Here's complete radio enjoyment for you and your family. New, beau- tiful design . . . clearer tone . . . everything you can ask for. Come In Now... Try It Yourself! Choose From 41 Philco's $14.95 to $225.00 ATLANTA ELECTRIC COMPANY Phone 46 Main Street Atlanta, Texas BUY A' PHIL-CO^H jit ~ World's Most Popular Radio! Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Little and daughter, Tommye Sue, spent Sat- urday night with Mrs. Homer Thomas of Texarkana, and Sun- day with Mrs. Little's parents, Mr. and Mrs. El...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 October 1938

u". , C THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Atlanta Crashes Gilmer 42 to 6 The boy's name is Swanger— hia mates call him Jumping Joe. He is the captain of the Atlanta Rabbits who came to Gilmer Friday night and left the Gilmer Buckeye foot- ball team limp, weary and beaten 42 to 6. Personally turning in five of his teams six scores he was a whirling dervish who was all but unstop- pable. It was seldom that any one Buckeye could stop him—it took the second, or third or fourth tack- ier to nail him—if they could. And he had excellent blocking to help him past the line—interference that would seem to spring out of the ground and from in front of him from no where. The Atlanta team had weight plenty of it in the line where they needed it most—5 and they used it to every conciveable advantage. Special Today! Hot Fish Dinner, A with Coffee Hamburgers 5c Hot Dog 5c Chili 10c Fresh large Oysters, pt. 35c BUFFALO AND CATFISH DIAL'S Cafe & Market Opposite Postoffice Their uair of 200 pou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 November 1938

i) 1 i Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Buy at Home • Trade at Home fifty-nint NT^T^AR ^ Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 no. 43 WHAT WILL THE FUTURE BRING? fc.^owe.i TOMATOES OFFER FARMERS CASH Harvest Festival Princess, Marshall A friendly chat with East Texas' farmers and Atlanta business men: , Atlanta, Texas, has one of the j most modern canning plants to be j found any place, especially for to- j matoes and beans, with a capacity of 100 tons of raw materials every 24 hours. This means that if the raw ma- terial can be obtained, the employ- ment of about 150 people and a good cash income for the farmers. The success of the industry de- pends upon the ability to get red, ripened on the vine tomatoes in sufficient quantities to run at least 10 hours a day during the tomato season. The East Texas tomato has a very excellent flavor, but hereto- stead of the regulars, John Thomp- j ...

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

m mm i®- $ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1988 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, lasued 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 -SI-50 Six Months -- 75 Six Months 1-00 Three Months 60 Three Months 65 WR10 H TiPAT M A N ' slP®!!! •V.-s y __w WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — Digest Wage And Hour Law The Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, but more commonly called the "Wage and Hour Law", became ef- fective October 24th. This law is rather a long, intricate piece of legislation, difficult for regulation, any many prolonged court decisions will be necessary to clarify its pro- visions, and Congress will have to make many amendments to strengthen it. Due to the length of the law, a digest of its most im- portant poin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 November 1938

THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 .•HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS I a Ji t a 1 i i i ♦ QUEEN CITY Mrs. Jf E. Ellington Queen City Baptists Rejoice Through the guidance of the Holy-spirit, and an unexcelled God- called pastor in a church where there iB love and devotion, our Hea- venly Father ha8 and is blessing this church. Humbly, do we praise our Father for His benefits. Hav- ing observed promotion day and every member happily situated, teachers and officers in line for a year of glorious service. Daily growing in all church activities, in Sunday School, B. T. U., and W. M. S. work and worship. This is a church where God's challenge is presented to our young people; a church where people are fortified with the gospel truth. May this church continue to win souls for Christ. Pray for us as we follow on in the great Building project. Reproduced in Bloomburg Thursday night November 3, the cast will present their play "Wis- dom for Wives" at Bloomburg, with additional attractive numbers tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 November 1938

ft. Enf issi Ii ©i, SI Ti in lii nc te P' th st 01 ti t< t< ti h THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Atlanta P. T.A. Met Wednesday The Parent-Teacher Association was opened Wednesday Nov 2, 1938 with a prayer by Mrs. Tilford Hughes. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Report of the Hallowe'en carnival was made. Prizes were awarded for posters, made by high school students adver tising the carnival. First prize of $1 was awarded to Donald Dobbs, second prize of 50c went to Char- lene Penn. Miss Jo Lee Tittle reviewed two chapters in the book, "Our Movie- j ed chairman of a committee of Made Children." The topics dis-1 three including Mrs. Carl Brown, cussed were "How much do they and Mrs. J. A. Haskett, to elect of- remember" and "Movies and Sleep" ficers for the coming year. The next meeting will be Wednes The meeting of W. M. S. will day, Nov. 16. All parents are urged ; be Monday Nov. 7, of next w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 November 1938

THURSDAY. NOV. 3. 1938 iUE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS k\ 1 ) • ) * Kildare Girls Win Over Elysian Fields The girls basketball team won its second game of the season at Kildare Saturday night, October 29. They defeated the fast Ely- sian Field Yellow Jackets 46-10. The starting line-up, Mary Dot- son, Marie Blue, Mildred Whatley, as forwards and Billie Arden Wharton, Vione Simmons and Dor- thy Howard as guards, completely outplayed the visitors. The Yel- low Jackets were good; they pre- sented one of the best passing teams that has played at Kildare. They were good sports and hard players, but when the starting combination of the Eagles started clicking, they could not be stop- ped. Mary Dotson scored 20 points; Marie Blue scored 14 points, Fuller two points and Denison 4. The guards were like a stone wall. They intercepted almost every pass the Yellow Jackets threw and guarded like demons. The Kildare sextet was ably sup- ported by the substitutes who show- ed great ability, w...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson Mr. Tom Kellum and Miss Sal- lie Lou Miller surprised their many friends by getting married last Saturday night. Congratula- tions. We had a nice crowd out for Sunday School, Sunday. Come Sunday and bring some one with you. Sorry to report Weldon Wilson on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McBumett and children spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McBurnett, at O'Farrell. Frank Thompson and Oscar Hat- cher of this place accompanied John Thompson of Atlanta to Dal- las for the week-end. Sunday visitors in the W. T. Hammock home were Mrs. Oscar Hatcher, Mrs. Carney Kirkland, and children, Jewel Faye Ham- mock and Misses Ila Mae Betts and Evelyn Hatcher. Mr. M. D. Humphrey and fami- ly of McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Tay- lor Surratt were Saturday dinner guests in the A. D. McBurnett home. Blanche Childress enjoyed a nice birthday supper Thursday night, prepared by her mother. Her guests were Mr...

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

THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ant I Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Singing We had a good singing Sunday night. Those who did not come missed a great song feast. Every one is invited to be with us each Sunday night to sing. Plans have been made for our singing school to be with Oak Grove choir next Sunday after- noon. We hope all members will be interested in going. Preaching Next Week-End Don't forget that next Saturday and Sunday is our regular preach- ing days. He sure that you at- tend all sermons, both day and ..fcjfht. £L, Play ^There will be a school play and a general program at the school building Friday night. You are in- vited to come and bring your friends. Free to all. Sunday School Party The.senior Sunday School class will go to Atlanta park Thursday night on a weiner roast. Meet at the church early. Sunday School Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Goodroe of Pittsburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Allen and family. Junior Draper w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 November 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 J. H. Hanson Buried Sunday Funeral services were held Sun- day at the Bloomburg Baptist church for Rev. J. H. Hanson, a pioneer Baptist preacher, 85, who had lived and worked in Cass coun- ty for more than half a century. Rev. J. P. Olive officiated; Rev. G. C. Ivins, Texarkana, and Rev. C T. Hatchel, Bloomburg, assisting. Other ministers present and taking part in .the service were Rev. P. F Squyres, Atlanta; Rev. J. W. Nich- qls, Cass, and Rev. W. R. Grogan, Bivins; George L. Grogan, Bivins, brought a brief word of apprecia- tion of the life and labors of this most remarkable man. Mrs. Alice Thomason, Vivian, La., told of be- ing present at the ordination of Bro Hanson at the Hopewell Baptist church in Georgia, something more than 60 years ago. His body was laid to rest with appropriate ceremonies in the old Salem cemetery under the direction of Hanner Funeral Service. The Hansons and Grogans came to Texas together someth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 November 1938

p < Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Buy at Home • Trade at Home YEAR FIFTY-N The Citizens Journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Caas County Trade Area I ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1938 NO. 44 Cass Health Unit Chlorinates Wells Forty-four visits were made to Cuss County Schools by Charles V. Carney, Sanitary Engineer for Cass county. Temporary provisions were made for chlorinating school wells. Continuous chlorinating was urged for all open wells, as this type of well is open to pollution from hands and surface. Twenty-four water samples were sent to the State Health Depart- ment for bacterioligical analysis. Those samples from open, bucket and rope wells were uniformly re- ported as, "unsuitable for drinking purposes. Shows contamination. W. P. A. sanitary pit toilets are "Being installed in gratifying num- bers. Our school children are en- titled to decent toilet facilities. Thirty-two sanitary W. P. A. pit type toilets were ins...

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

mm ■ ivmmw Bm ■ 1 ,;i . '.. .m; . Ja? THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1988 ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. Murph If it was raining Sunday, we had a good Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Teel and two children visited Sunday after- noon with his parents Mr. and Mrs. w. o. Teel. Mr. and Mrs. Abb Dees and chil- dren, Mrs. M. C. Malone and Miss Connie Malone were birthday din- ner guests of Jewell Malone and family Sunday. T Miss Clara Teague spent the week-end with Miss Ruby Gunn of Bloomburg. Miss Estelle Conley spent Wed- nesday night with Miss Jewell Sparkman. Mrs. B. F. Duck and sons, Albert and Wesley visited her neice at Shreveport last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hall of Jef- ferson visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hileman. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Boland and three daughters visited Sunday in the home of her aunt in Maud, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Murph of Ida, La., visited Saturday in the J. K. Murph home. ANTl Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Vo Mote *11*0*1 ^Uedf, Planned t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 November 1938

'J;;!...;- Akteti * THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellingtan This Weeks Subscription Mrs. J. L. Thaggard, Ft. Worth. Nov. 11—20th Anniversary General Chairman, W. T. Mayo, of American Legion Post 14, de- clares that their desire is to make this the biggest, merriest celebra- tion since that November 11th in 1918, when the whole world was delirious with joy that peace had some how come. Post Commander Harry V. Boothe invites Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana to join in this celebration. November 11th is the day dear ♦ fi A REAL LINIMENT * For fifty years Ballard'sSnowLiniment has been the favorite for easing the muscles made sore by over-work or too much exertion, strains, sprains, and bruises. Get a 30c or 60c bottle and keep it handy. Walker Drug Co, Atlanta, Texas to America—dear because it brought back to some of our hearts and home, our boys. But to many hearts and homes, the Armistice came too late. It is for the sake of these home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 November 1938

THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 t* n< di Mrs. O. A. HaIVs Birthday Celebrated Sunday, Nov. 6, Mrs. O. A. Hall of New Boston, was honored on her 60th birthday with a fish dinner on Sulphur River. She was presented with many lovely gifts including a beautiful birthday cake bearing the words "Happy Birthday." The one hundred and two guests gathered around a long table loaded with many good things to eat. A short talk was given by Mrs. Hall after which the dinner was enjoyed. People in and around Atlanta will recall that Mr and Mrs. Hall spent many years of their life here. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ruff and family, W V. Simmons, Looney Parker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howell Cox, Joe Murdock and family, Charlos McCollough and family, H. G. Cor- ley and family, W. W. Cummings, all of New Boston; 0. E. Hall and family, Ira Blivins and family, Mrs Helen Youngblood and children, Sam Zilks and family...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 November 1938

ii mm >ifcio i Wr n urn uw THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAB • 1 Locals Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Hatchell, Mrs J. W. Grogan and Mrs A. T. Har- rist of Bloomburg; and Rev. P. F. Squyres, Atlanta, are attending the State Baptist Convention in Dallas this week. B. S. Willis, Douglassville, Floyd Glover, Linden, Jones Nelson, of Hughes Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams, Texarkana, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark Birmingham, Sunday. Henry II. King attended the home coming football game in Dallas, Fri day between SMU and A&M. Mrs. E. B. Russell of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Grady Crawford of Paris have been visiting their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Pepper. Mrs. Pepper returned home with them and will visit in Paris, Sher- man and Oklahoma City for a few days. On Tuesday evening Nov. 15, the ladies of the Methodist church are holding open house from 7:30 to 9 in the new annex to welcome the in- coming pastor. Other pastors and their congregations are cordially ...

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

THS CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA., TBXA8 f: 5 Mr THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1988 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered mt the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, aa 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 IL50 Six Months ..... 75 Six Months 1.00 Three Months , 60 Three Months — 66 McLeod School The McLeod high school adds extra-curricular activities to its thorough academic curriculum. As- sembly programs are presented each Wednesday by a class, club, or STOP THAT ITCHING If bothered by the itching of Ath- letes Foot, Eczema, Itch, Ringworm or sore aching feet Walker Drug Co will sell you a jar of Black Hawk Ointment on a guarantee. Price 50c and $1.00. 39-13tc department. Last Wednesday, the F. F. A. boys presented an inter- esting program. Buster Wicks gave a summary of his trip to the Na- tiona...

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

WSSpHSi THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY. NOV. 3, 1988 ■ I * r SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! GROGAN MANUFACTURING CO. BIVINS, TEXAS MONOGRAM FLOUR 48 lb sack $1.35 24 lb sack 75c WHITE SAIL FLOUR 48 lb sack $1.25 24 !b sack 65c CRACKERS 2 lb box 15c Tomatoes -2 n . i <**.. 15c MRS. TUCKER 8 lb carton 86c| 4 lb cartn 46c PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO 10c Lg. 10c TOWELS 9c 80-Sq.PRINTS., yd. 15c BLACK DRAUGHT. 15c GROVES CHILL TONIC 38c ST. JOSEPH'S ASPIRIN 6c VICK'S SALVE 28c PORK & BEANS 2 cn 15c Macaroni or SPAGHETTI, 3 boxes 1 Qc 25c pkg. COFFEE... ][gc SODA... 2-1 lb pkgs. 15c pair Paymaster OVERALLS 98c Good 50-cent WORK SHIRT 39c Heavy Gray WORK SOX pr. COMING at you, it looks like a million. Going away, it looks like good for- tune you've missed. A lot of fussy carc went into the way it looks from the rear—you know, that's the angle from which it's oftenest seen. Going or coming, it moves like a honey bee about its business. Better look quick if you really want...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 November 1938

from Between the Posts THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1988 After a week of staying away from public places, and going a- round with their heads down be- cause they were almost beaten by "the easiest cinch of the year," the Atlanta Rabbits will tackle the Jefferson Bulldogs under full steam at the annual Armistice day grudge fight at the Bivins-Trice Stadium here Friday night. Leading the march will be Jump- ing Joe Swanger, quarterback and captain who played a game that was sneezed at last Friday night when the hares barely coated the Hughes Springs Mustangs by a 20 to 19 count. J. T. Goodroe will be the second-highest scorer for the evening, a local sportsman said this week. The reasons for the slight vic- tory last week flowed fast and furious from the mouths of every gridman Saturday morning, some of the more obvious being: the H. S. Coach was an official in a ma- jority of the previous games, thus getting an exact mental carbon copy of what Atlanta would ...

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