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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1« \ i BLOOMBURG Eula M. Wood Dearest Gertrude:— You may wonder why I didn't write last week, but I'm not going to burden you with a long list of excuses—even tho the weather was cold and I had tonsilitis and mother was sick in bed and I felt too grumpy, even to look at anybody, and with the hose all upset and dirty dishes accumulating and my indigestion bothering me again from over indulgence of hot biscuits and butter and new ribbon cane sy- rup for breakfast, and too, after I had been preaching to mother all along that she ought to go on a diet, and trying to convince her that starches and sweets and meat are undermining our once sturdy civilization by creating a worli of grouchy dispositions that mak'j people go to war. So from now on I'm going to try tb be careful to practice what I preach, for I know 1 can't make folks believe in the l.'ne of cosmetics I'm selling if my own complexion is camaflaged by a bad disposition fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

Kn1 Iflfll ll On So Th h t I i i N ' 3 - t / rt. «"5 TV C/7T J. B. Ellingtan F. F. A. Boys The FFA boys of the Queen City school are going to present a pro- gram Friday, Dec. 16 for chapel. Everyone has a special invitation to be present. CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1988 received by the honoreea. Mrs. Cal Norwood was most happy in join- ing the complete family circle of four daughters and two sons on this lovely occasion. Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bradley, Dal- las, entertained in their home Dec. 4 from 3 to 6 p.m., celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Gold and white color scheme was carried out with gold tree, gold mums, autumn leaves and white candles. One hundred twenty-five regis- tered in the guest book. Many gifts xmns uripi W. C. T. U. Co bi/ BUS Step aboard a modern Tri- State Coach and enjoy a thrilling, comfortable ioumey. Relax in individual reclining chairs. All coaches steam heated lor your comfort. Fre- quent, dependable schedules...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

'HURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Every department at ALLDAY'S has been unusually arranged for your Christ mas shopping. The Yuletide Spirit is prevailing throughout the entire store. Your shopping will be a pleasure to you at ALLDAY'S and the Gifts your pur- chase will be pleasing to the friends you remember on Christmas. ALLDAY'S ONLY NINE MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS roul /" Whatever you may be looking for in Mens Wear from Suits to Socks, from Overcoats to Gloves— you'll find all the leading styles here in a wide range of attractive prices. For Gifts or personal use, our store is stocked completely with— "Look-Your-Best" Suggestions! e^i. to a Particular Lady] It's so easy to please "her" this Christ- mas . . . for gifts were never more lovely . . . fashions more feminine . . . selections more exciting than during this pre-holiday season at ALLDAY'S. Every gift sparkles with newness— with smartness — with feminine charm. GIFTS for HIM— Swank Jewelry! f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

" mwrnx ~ * THURSDAY, DEC. IB, 1988 Typewriter Ribbons, Journal office PINEY GROVE Mrs. flnnla ft We sure had a nice crowd out for church this week end. Bro. Grady Thompson brought two fine mes- sages Saturday night and Sunday night. Bro. Gilmore preached Sun- day a.m. He brought a fine mes- sage. There will be a fellowship meet- ing at Piney Grove Baptist church during Christmas week. Here are the preachers to speak during the Week. Services at night only. Sun, Dec. 25, Bro. W. J. Waters. Tuesday, Bro. E. B. Hamilton. Tuesday, Bro. John Williams. Wednesday, Bro. J. Tim Wall. Thursday, Bro. R. M. Dooley. Friday, Bro. Marvin Boland. Saturday, Bro. Jessie G. Cooke. Everyone remember singing Sun- day afternoon. We welcome all visi tors. The womens Bible class will meet with Mrs. Paul Burson Thursday, studying Romans, 3rd chapter. We had 21 present last Thursday. There will be prayer meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Waters Friday flight. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Thomas, Mr and Mrs. Fred Thomas a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Comfortractor Comes To Town onder what great-grandfather fould have said if he could have seen the ultra-modern Comfor- tractor that R. H. Price, local dealer presented here on Dec. 10th. In all probabiliy he would have mutered "Tain't possible!" and walked away. But the fact remains that Minneapolis-Moline's newest (tractor creation is a reality, fully jequiped with all the modern luxur- ies enjoyed only in pleasure cars, yet able to perform all the func- tions on the farm that the ordi- nary tractor can, including use as a stationary power unit. It may have been dreamed of by some art- ist visualizing the tractor of the 1 future, but it remained for Min- neapolis-Moline, the pioneer of the tractor industry, not only hav> that vision, but to bring li.:. existence. The Comfortractor protects the farmer from the wea- ther, dust and elements, it's better for his health, as well as more comfortable. This tractor offers rea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 December 1938

SPRINGDALE Dearie Lumraus Church services were fine dur- ing the week-end. Rev. Cornelius brought wonderful messages. Ev- eryone remember that Rev. Corne- lius will begin a series of meetings here, December 24th. Each one has an invitation to attend this meeting. We are looking forward to a grand and successful revival. Miss Stella Perrin accompanied her sister, Mrs. Boyd Page for an extended visit in Miami, Florida, with their sister. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Cornelius and Jackie spent Saturday night in the home of Rev. and Mrs. 0. A. Lummus. Sorry to report Marvin Jackson mighty ill. We wish for him a speedy recovery. Misses Agnes Puckett and Del- phine Graves spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Granison Railey's home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Upchurch visi ted during the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Young. Rev. and Mrs. Cornelius Jackie spent Sunday in Mr. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Mrs. Noah Howell's home. Miss Agnes Puckett spent Sun day night with Miss Helen Fin- cher. Mrs. Lena ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

The Citizens Journal fifty-Kinth year . ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1938 NUMBER FIFTY 5 :# \ Are Yon Supporting Rat Control Work? The rat control campaign is on in Cass county, and by the coopera- tion that you will give us, depends on the success. Every school tea- cher in the county has been asked to .give their support in this drive by taking orders for rat poison and working each community, try- ing with our assistance to make 100 percent for rat poisonN We know with the help that the coun- ty committee, Mr. D. H. Boon, Dr. Lorentz, Dr. Carney and Mr. R. E. Johnson gives us we are going to rid Cass county of a big number of rats. All you teachers have to do is to make a few announcements about the rat control campaign, call a meeting if you think necessary at your school house and call on us to help put the program over if we are needed. All that Mr. Boon and the rest of us ask, is that you make it known that you are the chairman of a committee in the / d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

; llPldlHI THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS *. i M ■ Douglassville PTA The Douglassville P. T. A. mit in its regular monthly meeting Thursday, afternoon Dec. 8, with about forty present. After a style show by the Home Economic gir\j under the direction of Miss Clark, the regular program was presented. Miss Thomas was the leader, and the subject was on "The Moving Picture Show." Mrs. Shep Gran- berry and Mrs. O. O. McBride gave a very interesting talk on this sub- ject. Mrs. Inez McCall's room won the room count. On Friday night there was a P. T. A. social at the school audi- torium. Deputy State Supt. S. 8. Culpepper was the guest speaker for the evening. After the speaking, games and contests were enjoyed Light refreshments were served. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Culpepper; of Texar- kana, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, and Supt Boon's secretary from Lin- den. Wedding Stationery, printed or engraved. Citizens Journal. Charge Pads at the Journal office I ft .. Elegant gif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS m rl Texas Chairman For Jackson Day V I M \rry Christmas I TO OUR FRIENDS We value your friendship and we strive to be worthy of your patron- age. We feel that we can serve you in a very efficient way if you will give us the opportunity dur- ing 1939. We are interested in your happiness and welfare and shall make it our goal to please you. Best wishes for a Yuletide of joy and a New Year of prosperity T. J. HOPKINS MEMORIAL STUDIO T. J. HOPKINS, Proprietor Atlanta, Texas Christmas A Year Late Marion S, Church of Dallas, prominent Texas attorney, has been appointed State Chairman for the Texas Jackson Day celebration for 1939. The state-wide Jackson Day dinner will be held in Dallas Saturday night, January 7, and Democrats from all sections of the state will attend. Announcement of the appointment of Mr. Church was made Dy State Democratic Chair- man E. B. Germany. Mr. Church, who was born and reared in Mc- Kinney, Texa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

H*— 58SSWMtiBikfl* iht ¥ I * * * i ?: e u 1 a s u ti 4 5 I b a > t ' l i ! n 1 V r « ! * « % ) % 1 % * * 1 * % k 3 I i k 1 * i- * i % i % 'i % % 1 t i h i % % jM v: *iV A#vv>wv>A<vvwvyyvvvwv^ QUEEN CITY Mr*. J. E. Ellington Catches Her First Possum Mrs. E. L. KnoWles had a novel experience for one of 70 years. She discovered a possum in a near fill- ed old well. Arming herself with a pair of fire tongs she clamped it by the neck, then catching it by the tail she proceded with it to a place of safe keeping. After some days CI -i MERRY CHRISTMAS Happy New Year May Your Fondest Dreams Be Realized In the New Year of 1939! MARY LEE'S BEAUTY SHOP As The Star of Bethlehem Shines So Brightly May Its Rays Spread Joy And Happiness For You At Christmas Time ROYAL CASTLE SANDWICH SHOP 811 E Main Atlanta Shreveport Hiway A Wish Was Never More Sincere When We Simply Say MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Friends and Customers A. M. JOHNSON Phone 905 Queen City THE CITIZENS JOUR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

KXAS r~ w Neal Harrell CIETY EDITOR Phone 178 L > j*"*- , football Team Honored With Dance The moat gala social event of ,he younger set for the year, took ilace in the beautiful California ianch home of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. McLendon, Tuesday night, in the 'orm of a dancing party. The happy occasion was in honor if the Atlanta High School foot- •all team. The host and hostess /ere Gordon McLendon, cadet in temper Military Academy, Boon- ille, Missouri, and Marie McLen- ,011, team sweetheart and sponsor. ) Dancing took place in the beau- iful rustic finished recreation room the spacious home, which is dilated just outside the city limits •re on the Texarkana highway, usic was furnished by a large ;ctric recording amplifier, and the me was decorated in gay Christ- is style. Punch and cookies were served Mrs. MeLendon twice during } lovely evening. Those attending were Julia An- ig, Phillip Fouche, Joe Brabham, ek King, Burr Logwood, Roy ice, Baker McAdams, Polly irkey, Noah Carter, D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

" '.':-'gvv KB mrrimnn i «• Christmas Bells Ring Out ... . ^^•'y ■ ' Directs Te: Birthday Balls •i For a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR ■ FOR EACH OF YOU! From the Following County Officers: EUGENE STONE District Clerk HERMIT WOMMACK County Judge RUSSEL L. WHITE County Agent I. E. LANIER County Auditor TOM W. FINLEY Tax Assessor-Collector D. H. BOON County Superintendent \ :"V, i.r Ub William L. Clayton of Bom- ton, head of America's largest , cotton firm, • * b*e* \ Texas chairman of the Commit'- 1 tee for the Celebration of the President's Birthday. Ho i intensify the fight against in- ! fantile paralysis by namiag i county chairmen to arrange • series of balls and other eventa for celebration of President Roosevelt's Birthday on Mon- day, January 30, 1939, In every Texas city and town. Fifty per- cent of all funds raised for the. fight against the dread disease will be retained in the com- muni ties where the money ts contributed And the reiniiiuler will be allocated to hos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1938 k THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 1 I <r. ■ '.'V ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK ATLANTA, TEXAS CAPITAL, SURPLUS and PROFITS OVER $150,00000 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 9 The Cornerstone of our Happiness Is Wishing Our Friends Success And Happiness m S * h i I l 5 il I i iU. As the Christmas season draws near we realize again that the greatest satisfaction from life is the service we render to others whether it be in business or some good deed done in daily contact with those about us. I In our business fulfilling the needs and desires of friends and customers has been our goal. We enjoy our work and get a supreme pleasure out of knowing that our service is one worthwhile and at Christmas time we realize that it is really a privilege and pleasure to wait upon our patrons. We take this means of expressing our sincere appreciation to all who have made our success the past year possible, and wish one and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

He: /] i Nabors, Home Ec. Pupils Go To Area Meet Minx Hannah Nabora, Home Eco- nomic* sponsor of the Atlanta High School, with Marguerite Glass, president of the Atlanta Future Homemakers Chapter, and Ludie Merle Dees, a principal member of the chapter, spent Saturday, December 3, in l/onrview, and at- tended the Future Homemakers a- rea meeting at the seaior high school which included only area 7. Registration was from 9:30 un- til 10 o'clock, followed by a pro- gram given by the Longview High School. Greetings was given by Maxine Loshe, president of the Longview chapter. This was fol- lowed by roll call with each chap- ter president reporting their out- standing activities. This report was given by Marguerite Glass. After noon recess, a brief pro- gram was given by the Longview chapter which included a trumpet trio, a solo, and a talk "My Ex- perience at Camp" by a Longview girl. After dismissal at 2:30 o'clock the chapter enjoyed a tour of the town followed by a tea given at Cori...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

«l The Citizens Journal TH YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1938 \ NUMBER FIFTY . ••• •' . .. .. -,v • # s v- -^S? ' : V'v 111 • '• • <■. tv ilu ® imp urith tbr Reason ey • v & ••K ,V Voices of carolers carry across the crisp countryside in old but heart-warming songs of the season... children prepare their Christmas cribs for the ceremony of the coming of the Christ-child ... hearty, warm greetings float from neighbor to neighbor... F ather says, "Well, I guess it's time to put up the Christmas tree." ... and in a modern age Christmas is the same unequaled holi- day it has been for over nineteen hundred years. In the spirit of the season we wish to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you. ®lu> (Eittgrns 3lmtntal .' -\ M&.. ■ m*. • m WBM M ■ A 'f+% v • • ■ • • *x\ )$.*' V, UIP. ftp* '-'i , \

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

'I . I i ■J D0UGLASSV1LLE Mr*. B. w. Swtnt Mr. and Mrs. Will Henderson were called to Troupe Monday to visit their son in law, and grand- children who were in an automobile wreck Sunday. They were in hospi- tal at Troupe. Douglassville friends sympathize with Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Henderson in thia trouble. We trust that they will soon be A MERRY CHRISTMAS A BRIGHT NEW YEAR full of prosperity and hap- piness is our sincere wish for you this season of Mirth and Good Cheer. May your health make it possible for you to successfully engage in the pursuit of happiness and fully enjoy the fruits of such efforts. HOPE GREENE Sinclair Ser. Sta. PHONE 275 HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY FOR THE COMING YEAR In return for your favors and kindness in the past we bestow upon you and yours our very best wishes for the coming New Year. May health, wealth, and happi- ness be yours in 1939. MABEL HOGAN DRESS SHOPPE PHONE 61 able to return to their home in Arp. The little girl who most ser- iously injured wa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

ISDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS PAYROLL OR DOLE? By T. C. RICHARDSON, Secretary Breeder-Feeder Association It makes a whale of a differ- ence whether people are on the payroll or on the dole, and it makes just as much difference with livestock. It may be neces- sary, sometimes, to go on a drouth ration, doling out just enough food Royal Castle Shreveport Highway HOT BARBECUE PLATES HOT TAMALES AND HOME MADE CHILI or feed to keep life in the animal, but neither man, beast nor fowl goes long on a bare maintenance ration without losing something that cannot be regained. If the ration is unbalanced the body must draw on its reserves for the de- ficiency elements, resulting in de- pleted vigor. If the ration is bal- anced—that is if it contains all the essentials—and is yet too skimpy, the result is worse, for it takes more to regain the loss than ■to hold normal growth in the first place. Feed has only one purpose—to be fed. The worst possible dis- position...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

S ■• -~ -t - ---5f-~ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1988 '••l ,i 1 OAK GROVE Mra. Aubrey Pyle I We had another real Song Feast last Sunday p.m. Glad to have the many visiting singers from Vivian, Myra, Rodessa, La., Smyrna, At- lanta Springdale, Forrest Hill, Union Chapel, Cornett, New Colony Bivins, Laws Chapel. Several cases of the measles in our community. Sorry to report tnat Richard McMillion has pneu- monia and measles. Wish for them a speedy recovery. Rev N. A. Helms is not doing so well and was carried back to the hospital in Atlanta Monday. May he have a speedy recovery. Mrs. Billie Roberts and daughter of Naples, Mrs. Roger Brown and daughter of Avinger were the past week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Mr. and Mns. Bird Hardin and children of Ft. Worth were guests in the T. E. Hobbs home the past week. A big boy made his arrival, De- cember 18th, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Artie Yates. The name of the young man is James Arlon Mother and baby doin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

• THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1938 Special Services at Baptist Church The theme Sunday morning will be "A Christian Christmas." The evening service will be "Student THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Night." Our college students will have charge of the service and their friends have special invitations to come worship with us. All are welcome. P. F. Squyres, Pastor. JOYOUS CHRISTMAS Christmas is here again and the opportunity afford- ed us to thank you for past favors and to wish for you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. \ I i. i i I CAMERON INSURANCE AGENCY \ Masonic Building. Telephone 152—81 * I ==========zz===z kta pr. Q"Rjb Sftcu>en. tfiot rea££ij Sftaoea ATLANTA ELECTRIC COMPANY Phone 46 Main Street Atlanta, Texas CHRISTMAS IS HERE AGAIN! It hardly seems possible that Christ- mas is here again. It leaves enough cheer to last the year through. Be- fore one is hardly past we are an- ticipating another. We would wish for you at this time abundance of good cheer and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 22 December 1938

UMilliM*' Ml** mr — / ' . ; THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Ma J. E. Ellington This Week's Subs. Renewal—Mra. Soliva Roberta, Queen City, $1.00 Renewal—Mrs. Cora Richards, Dallas,Rt. 6, box 312. $1.60 Mr®. Ross A. Powell, London, Ky. care of, Sue Bennett College. Bethlehem Skyline Down thru the years, age upon, age, the story of the birth of the Savior has been told. Millions have repeated it until Bethlehem's Sky- line stands out a glorious vision of redemption and beauty for man- kind. Its beauty is marred only by those who care little for the church of Jesus Christ. A ray of hope is ours, for the Star of Bethlehem still guides k WE APPRECIATE YOU-- It is proper, we feel, at this time to tell you that we appreciate your business and friendship and we wish for you a joyous Yuletide and Happy New Year. UNIS BROS. wise men to come and worship their real King. The Christ of Beth- lehem still calls men to build His Kingdom here on earth. His Sky line can never be torn d...

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