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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 THE CITIZENS JUUKNAU ailaima, X UAAkJ o lr |3 It Jy li- re I he 'Jr* ic '' Ic oz )c BLOOMBURG Eula M. Wood Dearest Gertrude: It is sometimes a problem to think of something interesting to tell you since things sensational so rarely happens in our little town, t but since you and others in dis- tant places, hungering for home and familiar faces, have written telling me how you have been en- joying this gossip in the Journal about the home town folks and others, 1 feel encouraged to con- tinue to count your approval of my efforts to please. Yesterday 1 was made happy to receive a letter from Mrs. W. B. Nichols, Colorado Springs, Colora- do, telling how she enjoys reading the Journal and the news from her old home town, Bloomburg. I know you remember her. She was for- merly Mrs. Nora Stanley Griffin. I 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 alwa...

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

< w w wAMiniJi AiUAillAi i£iAACt ■M^HB^^HTHUKSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 m 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 $1.50 Six Months .76 Six Months — 1-00 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 Questions and Answers On A.A.A. Secretary Wallace has approved a 1939 Soil Conservation Program providing for a reduction of about 7,500,000 acres in the total allot- ment for major crops. The new maximum for soil depleting crops of participating farmers will be from 270,000,000 to 285,000,000 acres. The reason for lowering such acres was chiefly because of a re- duced wheat allotment. Congress has already alloted 712,- 000,000 dollars for benefit to farm- ers who comply. The program which is voluntary is separate from the mar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS % SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette King visited Commerce and the Tea- chers Convention at Dallas during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finlayson entertained all Smyrna's young folks Friday night with a delight- ful party. Music was furnished by the Glass band. Mrs. Elsie Monday visited her son Harland in Shreveport last week. Mr. and Mrs| Johnson Avery were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey Sunday. Miss Jewel Groves was a guest of Qeraldine Endsley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor and daughter are spending the week with Mrs. Duke and Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. W. S. Taylor and J. M. Tay- lor and Eugene spent Sunday after noon at the Duke home. The Will Glass family visited in the homes of R. L. Idom and Mrs. Pearl Glass at Vivian Thanksgiv- ing. Regnald Taylor and wife of Kil- gore were guests of Mrs. Elsie Monday over the week-end. E. E. Luttrell and wife, and Inez and Jack were guests at a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 December 1938

3(*fi ■f r • ' * * ' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS ID OF THANKS ily thank all my i and neighbors for their kind ness and help since the recent loss of my home by fire. May God's richest blessings be on each of you. Mrs. Nora Frame and Children Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. R. C. Hardy entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home on North LftJise, Nov. 29. Mrs. M G. Pitts won high score. Hostess served a lovely Mexican t>late. IMS BROS. GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE Bedspreads $2.45 values, 86x105, C-i; 7Q all colors JL f 5/ Blankets All cotton plaid QAn 66x76, each 0«FV Outing Good quality, Qp 27-inch, yard 36-inch Outing, heavy weight, reg. <f An 15c value, yard.. JLU Woolens Plaids and solid colors, 54-inch, reg. ©-# \ fk $1.95, yard.. ^ $1.25 QQC Woolens, yard—. (J 57*"' Ladies Uniforms $1.95 values, white and all colors, ©4[ OA each - Overalls Big Smith, $<| AQ $1.25 value ^JL^Uv Jackets for Men and Boys, suede, leather and wool, from- $4.95 0 $1295 SHOES Friendman She...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Buy at Home • Trade at Home I'1FTY-N YEAR The Citizens Journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! FACTS ABOUT COTTON MARKETING QUOTA FOR 1939; FARMERS VOTE 10th Rev. Geons Rotary Club Speaker ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1938 NUMBER 48 Keturns To Uermany i ( V Cotton Marketing Quotas will be in effect in 1939 if approved by two-thirds of the Cotton Produc- ers Voting on December 10, 1938. Each cotton farm will have its share of the national cotton acreage to be planted. Farm cotton acreage allotments will be the same whe ther or not marketing quotas are in effect in 1939. How Cotton Farmers Will Be Af- fected If Cotton Marketing Quo- tas Are In Effect in 1&39. Producer Cooperators: Producers on farms where acre- age allotments are not exceeded. Marketing Quotas Will have a quota equal to the larger of the actual or normal pro- duction on allotted acres, plus the cotton that would n...

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

1 , f. «; ... 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 50 Three Months — 05 All interests of the church were carefully checked and reported. Fi- nancial assignments remained about same as last conference year, on pastor and presiding elder salary, conference collections and district work. Rev. Nichols assumed a fine christian spirit in administration, and with our good pastor, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hull, we shall strive and pray for a great conference year. Rev. Hull preached a splendid sermon Sunday evening. Appreciated special numbers Sun day morning at S. S. and 11 o'clock hour were the Bakers, assisted C. P. McLendon in quartets. Thanks. QUEEN CITY Mrs. J...

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

m TOUR8DAY, DEC. 8,1938 HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS < ) ft 1 Wr4 i Off the Dole, on the Payroll By T. C. RICHARDSON, Secretary Breeder-Feeder Association Last week we folly of keeping poultry "on the enough feed to keep them alive. Everyone will agree that they don't pay until they are on the payroll, which means placing them on a producing ration. Think- ing of the farm as a factory turning raw materials into com- merically finshed products, the livestocks may be considered both as machines and as labor. As mach- ines they transform materials in- to new forms; as labor they do a part of the work for themselves. As machines they must have all the raw materials for which they have the capacity; as labor they must work regularly at the job, if they are to pay a manufac- turing profit to the owner. It is the owner job to see that the raw material is supplied as need- ed, in the proper combinations, in productive quanities and at re- gular hours so that there will be no idle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

mv , A, THE amZSHS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. THXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 8,1938 «^ pvi^^wwwiiiw¥wwv^>wirvww< OAK GROVE Mr*. Aabrcy Pyle Wednesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McMillion and children returned home Thurs- day from Clarksville, Texas, where he has been working for several j weeks. By reqoeat the Oak Grove *ng- Glad to rrvon tJlat Rev. N A., ing eiaaa wiU go to the AQday Helms is lmproving. Funeral Chaple to «ing next Son- Several from here attended the I day afternoon aa was announced at ( sin^ng at Laws Chapel Sunday Singing last Sunday. Cross Roads j nj^ht.. Don't forget that our P. T. A.' will meet Wednesday night, Decem- ber 14th at seven o'clock. Be there. Thanks to those sending news. claaa has been invited to visit with Jut Atlanta cjuartet and sing with ■Jaem at an early date. We had another tig singing Sun- day afternoon. The house was filled and several on the outside. Truly glad to have so many viators I ALAMANCE and singer* from Vivian, Queen ■ . City. Hamptons q...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

THURSDAY. DEO. 8,1938 BE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS # +.r t. < Modern Tractor Coining To Atlanta If you should happen to see a sleek powerful looking, streamlin- ed modernistic vehicle go gliding by on the highway, don't be alarm- ed! It's not an invasion from Mars! Chances are it will be the new MM Comfortractor coming to town. This new Power Unit for farm and industry was designed and built by Minneapolis-Moline and recognized throughout the coun try as the world's most modem tractor. This latest MM creation is fully equipped with a sound proofed safety cap, cushioned seats radio, heater, self-starter, electric lights, windshield wipers, safety glass, electric hom, fan, cigar lighter, ash tray, sun visor, rear vision mirror, clock, ignition and cab door locks and a handy group of instruments on the dashboard; namely, an ammeter, oil, tempera- ture and gas gauges, speedometer, ignition and light switches, throt- tle control and choke knob. But don't let the luxurious surro...

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

Has Birthday Dinner On December 4, 1938, a large crowd of happy people gathered at the home of Mrs. W. M. Brown and celebrated her 69th birthday. * It was a happy get-to-gether for all that were present. All seemed to have a real nice time, until the noon hour, then a large table was spread with lots of real good eats of all kinds. Brother Hamilton gave the prayer at the noon hour in behalf of the one the dinner was for. Those present for the noon hour was: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tyson and children, Betty Ruth and Freddie Carol; Mrs. Corine Burton; Mr. W. F. Chamblee and children, Addie, Arline, Alline and Arlington; Mrs. Flanagan; Rev. Hamilton; Bob Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Addie and daughter,Evelyn Earl; Mrs. O. E. Endsley and children Cecil, Jer- aldine and Jannie Frances; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown and daughter, Dorothy Gene; Mr. and Mrs. Aus- tin Chamblee and children Paschel, Louise and Melba Dene; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Alexander; Jewel Gra- ves; Billie Bob Chamblee; Manard Brockman;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 8,1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS fb 9'Y Our Trip to Virginia We left Shreveport at one o'- clock, August 10, travelling via Vicksburg, Miss., where we arrived at 10 p. m. Mississippi is a grand state. We noted old colonial style homes and it was a real pleasure to view the great Mississippi river. The bridge there is an immense structure which cost millions of dollars. One thing that impressed us in Vicksburg was the Abe Lin- coln Tourist Court whose owner seemed an almost exact counter- part of the "Immortal Abe." He pointed to a black smoke up the river and said, "That is a large river steamer. It will be down here in about an hour." We spent the night in Vicksburg, crossed the state of Mississippi the next day and into Alabama. In our trip across Alabama, we saw the beau- tiful cities of Birmingham, Tusca- loosa and Aniston and many smaller towns with beautiful residences, green lawns etc. Next we crossed into Georgia. We saw many good farms and living c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 8,1988 IDW AY Mrs. H. L. Hunt j We was glad to see so many at (lurch and Sunday whool. There re re over 60 there. Rev. Everett preached a good sermon. Was glad |to have Miss Ann and John with but missed Mrs. Everett. Mrs. Jack Wall and brother De- itt Brock visited in Bryans Mill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hendricks Ispent several days visiting in Ful- |ton and Washington, Ark. We welcome Mr. Griffin and family to our community. Sorry to lose Mr. Lorenzo Gil- more and boys, who are moving to the Piney Grove community. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilmore were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Lummus. Mr .and Mrs. Marvin Powell and children were Sunday dinner guests in the Lee Gage home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunt and daughter Rose Lynn of Texarkana were Sunday visitors in the H. L. Hunt home. Mrs| Gillespie visited Sunday in the Griffin home. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Blaylock spent Sunday in the Jack McCar- ty home. Please send your news ea...

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

THURSDAY, DEC. 8,1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS ■WRIGHT: PATMAN VS|pTj^ WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS —Av •i v * t ii I Democracy vs. Facism and Communism Democracy must show that it is at least not unsuccessful in im- proving trie conditions ot lite ior tue underprivileged. Our country lias much tw be proud of during the past lew years, i-or the first time in the history of our country, the Federal Govern- ment has recognized its responsi- bility to the aged, the needy, the workers, the farmers and is more effectively protecting the weak against the strong. f Among the achievements of which our democratic form of government can boast of in the past few years are the following: l_l(a) The Social Security Laws which provide for the payment of a monthly amount to aged citizens fn cooperation with the states. (b) Payment of old age benefits from $10 to $85 a month through accumlated reserve funds. (c) Unemployment Insurance. (d) Assistance to dependent and neglect...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXA8 THURSDAY. DEC. 8.1988 I Shoddy Ethics Hurt Business When business enters the door, scruples too often fly out the win- dow. That's the indictment Nina Wilcox Putman levels against bus- iness relations in the current Rotar ian Magazine. Drawing upon her own experience in commercial tran- sactions, the widely known author, in presenting the woman's point of view, outlines a set of simple, practical rules for improving bus- iness relations. Here they are: "First, be sure you know what you want before you enter into any business transaction. Think the mat ter through clearly, and refuse to compromise on cheap substitutes, either material or ethical. "Never allow yourself to be rush ed into hasty decisions either by overenthusiasm or by false pride. One of the most frequent causes of business failure is our natural un- willingness to admit to the other fellow that we may not be able to 'put it over.' "Never buy anything you can't pay for. Don't take a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 8.1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ANTI Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Bro. Wommack New Pastor— Rev. Henry Wommack will serve 'AG* e Haif ta TRAVEL ONOMT V t fa Business crc Pleasure 4 (jo by BUS Step aboard a modern Tri-State Coach and enjoy the smartest, smoothest ride in America today. Relax in individu- al reclining chairs. u | SAVE ON J MEVERY TJISP Frequent, dependable sched- ules everywhere, everyday. Phone our local agent for complete travel information. SEE OUR LOCAL AGENT the church as pastor next year~We are glad to have Bro Wommack back with us again. Missionary Society Organize— The Missionary Society met at the church Tuesday afternoon to re-organize for a new year. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill, recently married, were honored with a show er Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bertha Greene. Guests arrived at 2:00 o'clock and played games until 3:00. Final- ly the yell came to play "Winding the Spool/' Clyde and Christine ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 December 1938

PART* HURT IN CAR COLLISION Mrs. J. T. Terry, of Kildare, was cut and bruised in head-on car and track collision Saturday night 9 miles north of Atlanta on high- way 47, near the Lone Star filling station, when the car in which she was riding with her husband and others was hit by a gravel truck reported to have been driven by Clyde Lummus, of Bloomburg, Tex- as. The car was badly "wrecked. No one else was injured Adding Machine Paper at the Citizens Journal office. Phone 178 I I \S 4 EXTRA SPECIAL One Day Sale on Tyler Rose Bushes 10 Best Varieties 10c While They Last. rhese are extra strong two year old plants. Come Early Located at Atlanta Service Sta. REV. G. K. WILLIAMS CELEBRATES 92nd BIRTHDAY Rev. G. K. Williams, of Hughes Springs, celebrated his 92nd birth- day, Sunday, with his children, grand children, and many friends present. He has been a Baptist minister, serving churches in Cass and Marion counties for over fifty years, and is still enjoying fairly good health. Will M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at liome • Lay at Heme • Tradt at Home The Citizens Journal =S^S= Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! FIFTY- rY-JjUNTft YE YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAL, DEC. 15, 1938 ... . -H- NUMBER 49 SANTA CLAUS TO BE HERE THURSDAY 0 5 ?> ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Now science comes along and says we can both eat and wear our sweet milk, that the chemists are now using the skimmed sweet milk to make ca&sin fiber from which they are making blankets and cloth- ing. One cow is supposed to give enough milk annually to produce one hundred pounds of clothing be- sides all the butter you need. Good old Bossy at the head of the house hold seems to be all that is needed. ♦ * * The cotton south voted Saturday favoring the government market- ing plan for 1939. About the only thing they could do in face of the world cotton situation, with nearly three years supply on hand and for- eign cotton countries raising more Ithan ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

I I tk i The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, 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 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 WRIGHT PATMAN'SW WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — WPA Work Work for all applicants on WPA, however deserving, is impossible for two reasons: First, the number of are carrying a peak load in an en- deavor to take care of all appli cants, but this is impossible until local officials in school, city and i if projects is limited, and, second, the county governments work out more money appropriated for the pro- projects and funds are allocated for jects is limited. The purpose of them. So many applications of de- WPA is not only to give jobs, but serving people are on file...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

,V THURSDAY, DEC. 15, J1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SMYRNA Mrs. E. E. Luttrell Mr. John Taylor is visiting his sons, Lester and Sherman Taylor, of Kilgore, this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown were Longview visitors over the week end. Royal Castle Shrevcport Highway HOT BARBECUE PLATES? HOT TAMALES AND HOME MADE CHILI Clyde Rayburn and Burford of Cheneyvi lie, La., were guests in the Luttrell home .last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Beckett, Mrs. Boalster and soil Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins have moved back in our community and we heartly welcome them. Mrs.John Taylor and Eugen were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Taylor Birthday Party— Last Monday night Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Groves were host for a birth- day party given in honor of their daughter, Jewel. Every one had a delightful time. home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weaver, of Shreveport and Eugene Forshee, of Cotton Valley. Mr?. Charlie Addie and little daughter, Evelyn Earl spent last week with Mrs. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

w -♦ f Ellington Memorial Hospital Notes Mrs. Robert Taylor, Bivins, Dec 8th, treated. J. T. Day, Bivins, Dec. 8th, ap- pendectomy. Lou Ellyn Atkin, Rodessa, La., Dec. 9th, treated. Mrs. JL C. Whitehead, Myrtis, La., Dec. 10th, treatment Miss Willetta Bridges, Rodessa, Dec. 10th, appendectomy. Baby Brimer, Bloornburg, Dec. 12 treatment. Mrs. V. T. treatment. Porter Sr., Dec. 18, 9 ^eierce a HAMILTON fylotV One of these days you'll sud- denly remember that Christmas is almost here — and you still haven't bought that very spe- cial gift. That's why we say, come in NOW and see the new Hamilton Watches.There's a sure way to end your worries. CEIIA: 17 jewelj. With bracelet. ...$42.50 SUTTON: 17 jewels. Smartly curved.. $52.50 CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our hearaea thanks and appreciation for the beautiful floral offerings and every deed of kindness shown us during the sickness and in the death of our mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. W B. Hutchins. We wish to especially thank Mr. N....

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