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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

f ' * I I Atlanta Wins Over Jefferson Eleven The Jefferson Bulldogs showed up even ii> defeat during the Ar- mistice game here Friday night against the Atlanta Rabbits. The final score was 31 to 6 for the Rabbits on the new Bivins-Trice field. Kickoff was at 7.45 with Marie McLendon, football sponsor for the Atlanta team, kicking. Follow- ' ,'ing the unofficial kick by the sponsor, Eugene Edwards kicked off for Jefferson. Fouche, left tackle on the Atlanta team brought the ball to the Jefferson 45-yard line. Three touchdowns and one ex- tra point were netted by the Rab- bits in the first quarter of play, with Swanger and Goodroe taking turns carrying the ball to scor- ing position from where Goodroe took it over right end for a touch- down. Jefferson got the ball when Goodroe kicked off and Whelan Hooks and Edwards carried the ball on a series of end runs and off takle plays that gained little yardage. Whelan kicked to At- lanta's 25-yard line out of bounds. ' 'Keasler and Swange...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

THE CITIZEN8 JOURNAL. ATLANTA. SSS == THURSDAY, NOV 17, 1988 HfeP i SI iKS8NEy^ilS^^ -CONGRESSMAN TEKAS/.—f\ "Crackpot Schemes" "Crackpot schemes" is what the Social Security Board terms the rapid growth of so many plans to increase old age pensions. Most of these "rainbow-pot-of-gold schemes" are unworkable. They are excellent springboards to of- fice. They disappoint the aged and needy A uniform Federal Old Age Pension Bill will be introduced in the next Congress to eliminate these fantastic and disillusioning schemes, by providing for the Fed- eral Government to pay all per- sons over 65 the full amount of $30 itself. I have such a bill al- ready prepared for introduction. The states can then use their part of the money for other purposes. This will clarify the whole ques- tion, guarantee the aged $30 every month without delay or disappoint- ment. * ♦ WPA Employment Local governmental agencies should take immediate action to sponsor additional WPA projects to absorb the 8,200 une...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

I I ; THURSDAY, NOV 17, 1988 QUEEN CITY Mra. J. £. EUiagtw THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Baptist Women's Auxiliary The Baptist Women's Auxiliary met with Mrs. H. F. McWilliams, The program was opened by the president, Mrs. H. C. Ratcliff. The devotional was given by Mrs| Bla- lock. The program was especially on China. Mrs. Ratcliff gave a report of the State Convention held in Dal- las, which she attended. The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Dell. The Auxiliary meets next Monday with Mrs. E. E. Grif- fin. They are sponsoring a hat . sale, to which everyone is cordial- ly invited. Refreshments were served to 12 ladies. |Thia Week's Subscription Mrs. W. F. Nash, Queen City. The Grace of God Rev. L. L. Burkhalter's theme Sunday morning, "The Grace of God." The text "Ye know the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though He was rich, yet for your sake, He became poor, that ye through His poverty might be- come rich." One of the strongest and most challenging texts of the Bible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

K.r THURSDAY, NOV 17, 1938 The Opportunity 000 .<• -I STOCK OF FIRST ! ■' ( QUALITY MERCHANDISE SACRIFICED AT WHAT IT WILL BRING 36-INCH WIDE PRINTS New Patterns and Vat Dyed! 5c yd, (Limit 10 Yards to Customer) A Good Supply to Start With But it Will Go Fast. 51.25 KHAKI PANTS Heavy and Vat Dyed! Close Out Price 79c pr. NEW FALL PRINTS Genuine Eighty Square Regularly Sold from 22c to 29c Yard Close Out Price 10c yd. MEN'S WORK SHOES Heavy Composition Sole Black Uppers! Close Out Price 98c pr. Saturday, Nov. 19th Only GENUINE HOPE MUSLIN 5c yd. (Limit 10 Yards to Customer) Plenty of It but It Will Move Fast. $30,000 Stock of Fine ATLANTA, Merchandise NEVEK AGAIN A SALE LIKE THIS| C1<K PRICES CUT I SALE OPENS TU to CLOSE OUT fflS at, i <010=> <0g, *1& Smart, New, Winter DRESSES < In Lovely Silks or Wools All At Close Out Prices Every Garment Included The Entire Stock IN THREE BIG LOTS Values to $9.90 Doors Open fit 9 A. M Prices On Every Item In This Giganticl o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

on the THE CITIZENS ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV 17, 1988 MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 MARKING DOWN fTA, TEXAS idise To Completely And Quickly A. N. - Get la ££ You £asa Gigantic Stock, from a Paper of Pins or Spool Inest Man's Suit or Ladies' Fur Coat, led Without Mercy! and Get First Choice FLASH lands of Dollars Worth of FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE lased before this decision ise Out. Our Loss Your It all goes at Close Out, 'ice Prices. Nothing <ed. Our Guaranteed Famous Silk Hose in the New Fall Colors and Every Pair at Close Out Prices. Men's New Fall College Fashion SUITS They Are $25.00 Values PRICES CUT to CLOSE OUT Finer Woolens . . . Expertly Tailored, and Every Suit Included In This Gigantic Close Out Sale $13.75 Opening Day Only lUESDAY, NOV. 15th l-IN. BROWN MUSLIN 3c yd. (Limit 10 Yards to Customer- Goes on Sale at 9:00 a.m. Lots of It But It Won't Last Long! Heavy Service SHOES Double soles . . . Tan Retan Uppers, or long-wearing Elk. Per Pair $1.88 $2-88 New Fall OXFORDS In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

b ,J THE CITIZENS JOtX THURSDAY, NOV 17,1988 8PRINGDALE Iiessie Lumtnus Church services were well at- tended during the week-end and Bro. Cornelius brought fine mes- sages. We are indeed sorry to hear of the accident in which Rev. N. A. KJ*t>s received several serious Beware Coughs from comnon colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your common cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irri- tation, you may get relief now with Creomulsion. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Creomulsion. which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids nature to soothe and heal the Inflamed mucous membranes and to loosen and expel germ- laden phlegm. Even If other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, try Creomul- sion. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the bene- fits obtained. Creomulsion is one word, ask for it plainly, see that the name on the bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

THURSDAY, NOV 17, 1938 ; • MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt Sunday is our regular preaching day. Services at 9:30 a. m. We are glad to have Rev. Everett and his fine family returned for an- other year. Come Sunday. Come Sunday School after preaching. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hendricks GADI PERMANENT BLACK DYE Makes Your Old White Shoes New for Fall Wear. — JUST A DIME AT — JEWEL'S SHOP h are the proud parents of a baby girl, born November 7th, named Jo Ann Darlene. Mrs. Jack Wall visited her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock Sat- urday. Sorry Mr. Brock iB sick. Mrs. Justine Jennings and boys of Mineola and Mrs. Joe Crut- cher and children of Kilgore were Thursday to Sunday visitors in the H. L. Hunt home. Mrs. Lula Collier and Miss Croa Bell Lummus of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting their uncle, Mr. Charlie Lummus and other relatives in this community. Sunday visitors in the Charlie Lummus home were Mr. and Mrs. Arden Heldt and daughter, and af- ternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gage, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 November 1938

■ttlldare Eagles Lose to DeK&lb DeKalb defeated the Kildare Ea- glet At DaKalb Friday, 13-7. The (•me was one of the best played by the Eagles all season. Both teams played good clean, hard ball throughout the game. DeKalb scored just before the first half ended, on a thirty yard pass. The extra point was good. The half ended 7-0 in favor of De- Kalb. Early in the third quarter DeKalb scored. They drove over center i from their thirty yard line, cut back, and raced over for the score. The extra point was not good. The Eagles opened up in the fourth quarter. With Mills, Meers, Tims, Haggard and Jaynes car- rying the ball, the Eagles drove from their 30-yard line to the De- Kalb 5. They failed to go over for the score. DeKalb punted and the Eagles got the ball on the 30. At this point, Kenneth Jaynes took over for the Eagles. On a series of center plunges and off tackle smashes, he drove the ball over for a touchdown. Haggard passed to Randolph for the extra point. This ended the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

¥JfSZ . MMr « n o Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Buy at Home • Trade a'. Home FIFTY-NINTH YEAR i The Citizens Journal 0 Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1938 Huffines Evening School for Farmers The farmers of our community are meeting once each week on Wednesday night at seven o'clock to discuss farm problems. The at- tendance has been good and we would like to urge others to at- tend. The school needs you and we believe we will be a help to you >*"^ith your many farm problems in ^ ,'uur farm life. Here are some of the problems that will be discussed in these meetings: Forestry, The New Farm Program, Game Reserves, Truck crops, One Variety Cotton Com- munity and others. Each and every farmer is urged to attend and assist in making the meeting a success and to improve your farm practices. Mr. Mabern D. Humphrey, vocational Agricul- ture Teacher of the McLeod High School has charge o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

UNION CHAPEL Howyd Ch—«r The R«t. Everett preached Sun- day morning from the A pontic Paul who aaid "Lore Never Falls" and in apite of all the evidence to the contrary, Bro Everett states "Has Love Failed?" No, it has not had a chance. An over indulgent love, may fail, but Love open to love does not fail. Glad to see Mrs. Eugenia Morse at church Sunday and to know she will be in our community for an extended atay. Austin Frost and son, Jamea Austin, Leslie Griffin and aon, Geo. Hardy, V. B. Allaup and aon, Keith with other fathers and sons from other places were guests at a ban- quet in Texarkana Saturday where the boys were presented a regis- tered gilt pig by the Sear's Roe- buck Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Tilman McGhee, Mrs. J. B. Chesser and Miss Marye Robinson attended the funeral of their uncle Will Russell held at Maud, Friday. Miss Susie Brabham, H. D. A- gent, of Mt. Pleasant and guests, Miaa Frances Arnold, H. D. Agent, of Red River County, Mr. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ■H ^ o € BANKRUPT STOCK OF GROCER- IES AND DRUGS OF THE CAMP- HELL STORE OF BETT1E, TEXAS. STORE CLOSED THURSDAY Store will be Closed all day Thurs- day marking down prices! BANKRUPT PRICES ON OUR EN- TIRE $10,000.00 STOCK OF CLOTH- ING, FURNISHINGS, SHOES AND WOMEN'S WEAR! STORE CLOSED THURSDAY Closing- our Doors all day Thursday cutting and slashing prices! WE BOUGHT FROM THE U.S.BANKRUPT COURT THE CAMPBELL STORE OF BETTIE, TEXAS, AT ABOUT 50c ON THE DOLLAR. WE ARE SWEETENING THIS STOCK UP WITH OUR $10,000.00 STOCK OF BRAND NEW FALL MERCHANDISE. THEN WE'RE POURING IN A LOT OF RED HOT SPECIALS AND FLAVORING IT UP WITH THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE HISTORY OF CASS COUNTY AND THEN WHAT HAVE YOU? WOW! A DYNAMIC BANKRUPT SALE THAT WILL ROCK THE WALLS OF THE CASS COUNTY COURT HOUSE. SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! Bankrapt Sale Starts Friday Morning Nov. 25, 9 a. m. —————- MwwMiiii—innnwwiinriwm—iwr—iium——inriiiii i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

rx? THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 19SS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 OA Initiation Banquet Of D. K, G., Naples One of lovliest affairs of the season was the Initiation Banquet of the Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society which was held at the Baptist church at Naples, Texas. On Friday evening, November 8, 1938, at sev- en thirty o'clock. Members and their guests were greeted by a receiving line com- posed of: Mrs. John R. Taylor, Linden, Mrs. H. T. Morris, Miss Juanita Ford, Mrs. O. D. Nolen, and Miss Opal Faye Kirkland, all of Naples. The table decorations depicted the harvest motif with the • scarlet, gold, and crimson leaves, pumpkins, and fruits. A delightful musical program was presented by the students of the Naples school. The guest speak- er of the evening was Mrs.Roy Owens, of Tyler. Mrs. Owens, in her most gracious manner received the Pulitzer Prize Plays. She was presented a gorgeous corsage. The following Initiates were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS OAK GROVE i Mrs. Aubrey Pyle We had a grand singing Sun- day afternoon. Glad to have the many visitors and singers from Vivian, La., Rodessa, Atlanta, Kil- dare, Springdale, Alamance, Biv- ins, Zion Hill, Caves Springs, Mari etta, Linden, Warren Springs, O'- Farrell, New Colony, Anti, Piney Grove and Laws Chapel. Each of you have a special invitation to visit us again on the first Sunday afternoon in December. Your vis- its are always appreciated. Thanks to the pianists that were so faithful to lend their service also. Mr. and Mrs. Timms and family of Refugio, Texas, have moved to our community. They are parents of Mrs. Artie Yates. We welcome them to our midst. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Casey and baby of Bivins, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Dee Blue and family. = % I*} 5 5 15, •0 SAFETY of your Investment is INSURED By the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation up to $5,000.00 Thanksgiving Day TiaveMoney We ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

THE 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, 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 $1.00 One Year $1.60 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Three Months 65 without a single wire! Be among the first to know the thrill—the convenience — the complete radio enjoy- ment that Philco Mystery Control gives you and your family. Tune this new Philco from anywhere in your home, without even going near the radio itself . . . without the slightest inconvenience! QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. EllingUn Ros'alie Washington Married Queen City friends join in feli- citations to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ab- ney Jr. Announcement by Mrs. Effie Houston Washington of the mar- riage of her daughter, Rosalie to Lon Abney Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Abney...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

I .$ipff ■ 's:^ ' THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1988 m, . i ■ in ■■ THE OmZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS QUEEN CITY Continued from Page 6 be engaged in taking a religious census. We like to repeat, we are proud of our young folk. 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 L. A. PARISH TAX—CONSULTANT Federal, Income, Estate, and Other Tax Service 2013 Republic Bank Bldg. Dallas L. L. Harper, Local Represen- tative, Linden, Texas Atlanta Concert and Play Those who attended the Atlanta concert and senior play in Queen City, Wednesday evening of last week were delighted with the splendid success of both. We were sorry that the occa- sion was put on on the prayer meeting evening of both churches, and many missed the concert and play. , Rev. Burkhalter in Cass Rev. L. L. Burkhalter had a fine service in Cass Sunday and is con- tinuing e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 November 1938

iFfflWrx. HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS 1L00MBVRG Eula M. Wood November What shall we do when the trees are bare, And the garden's cold and no flow- ers there? I asked my mother one summer's day, "Just wait and see," I heard her say. "My Dear, whenever a month takes wings And a new month come, the new month brings Some sort of a joy that we havn't had. Some different reason for being glad—what will it be? Just wait and see!" The leaves have fallen the way I said, And the garden's cold and the flower's are dead, And November's here, but mo- ther and I Just laugh and laugh, and you can't guess why, For I am making ginger bread man, And I'll give you some, but I won't till when And mother's fixing the turkey, too, For tomorrow's a day with lots to do, "What will it be?, just wait and see." Mother was right, when a month takes wings, And a new month comes, the new month brings Some Special day like Thanks- giving Day, In place of the joy that has passed away. She says its the same...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 December 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Uuy at Home • Trade at Hor YEAR FIFTY-N The Citizens journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 NUMBER 47 ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Thanksgiving has passed and Christinas less than a month away with the new year close at hand; we now realize we have no time to look back or to ponder over the lost opportunities of the past. And that if we give the wife that new pair of stockings for Christmas, ^ve must go to work. It is time to start our usual holiday decorating, December is here—The Yuletide month. Let us dress up, not only our places of business, but the entire town: streets, alleys, houses and stores from front to back. * * * When we were a school boy, we were first taught to spell, then reading 'riting and 'rithmetic. Now consarn it, judging by the way this typewriter is working, it might as well have been the three r's all the while. a The German Pre...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mm. J. E. Ellington Thank God for lovet For though sometimes grief fol- lows in its wake. Still we forget love's sorrow in love's joy, And cherish tears with smiles for love's dear sake; Only in Heaven is bliss without alloy, Thank God for love! Selected Like Geo. Washington To see duty and to perform that duty, in spite of all difficulties, is the true measure of a noble man and woman. This is one of the great needs of today. There are hard tasks to be done; there are issues to be met and yet many shrink for sharing their responsi- bility. Geo. Washington's monumental life was built upon this noble facul ty. He said of himself: "I see my duty and no matter what diffi- culties and discouragements lie in my way, I dare not shrink from it." Let us dare to be men and wo- men standing at all times and pla- ces for the right. Basket Ball Tournament A tournament of Boys Basket Ball will be held in Queen City Friday afternoon and night, inclu...

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

wmwmmm > I <> !i - mm mil THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS - f is ===== m&wl HOUR SPECIAL OPENING HOUR THURSDAY 9 A. M LADIES' HOUSE SHOES 24c pr ;« r-O ! HOUR SPECIAL Ladies' Twin Sweaters COMPLETE CLOSE OUT OF STOCK BOUGHT STOCK OF GOODS FROM BOOKSTAFF mi imH mmaam nn c oi the $1 *™«E(K5aBBsrmTEiiaaaiasiE: .. rr.xrE ■ ^uims&i COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE OF OUR "ONCE - IN - A - LIFETIME" BARGAINS ! ! ! SALE OPENS THURI1 88L ^ oi eu L_J y DEC. 1 LADIES UNION SUITS 39c WASH DRESSES CLOSE OUT PRICE 80 SQUARE PRINT GUARANTEED FAST COLOR 79c MENS SUITS $22.50 VALUES LADIES' SILK DRESSES L CLOSEOUT PRICE VALUES TO $3.00 $1.39 VALUES TO $4.00 $1.98 VALUES TO $6.00 LADIES' AND CHILDRENS SHOES $2.00 VALUE 97c $16.50 VALUES $9.85 $12.85 Ladies Fall Slippers VALUES TO $2.95 $1.69 LADIES' WEDGES $1.39 Childrens' Oxfords VALUES TO $2.49 $1.49 $2.98 PRINTS Cenuine Pepperell, yd 14c MENS DRESS HATS $1.50 VALUES | $3.50 VALUES 79c I $1.95 L1YS SUITS $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 December 1938

■ . - ' ■ ■■ ; L THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1938 fl \m Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 If Miss Ruth Henderson To Be Married To Weyman Brown December Eighteenth The betrothal and approaching marriage of Miss Ruth Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Henderson, and Weynian Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brown of Freeport, was made known at a tea given Friday afternoon, No- | vember 25 by Mrs. Henderson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. White on Miller Street. The hostess was assisted in the receiving line by Mrs. T. E. White, Miss Ruth Henderson, honoree, Miss Elizabeth Sheppard, Mrs. L. C. Bates of Shreveport, La., Mrs. R. B. Knight of Paris, Texas, Mrs. L. B. Philips of Dallas and Miss Elmarie White. The lovely bride-elect wore a colonial blue satin, with hoop skirt. With this, she wore a doll hat of pink Bouvardia's. The engagement was announced on tiney scrolls tied with white satin ribbon, with baby breath and i small gold pom-pom mu...

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