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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY MMXMKXKMatKX3S aeK8SB«3 « K8KK VhWH' «W «WHWH' WHWH'# .'HWHWM'MWM'M JUST WHAT THE SOLGAN SAYS "Anything and Everything 99 AT ATLANTA'S LEADING i I li DEPARTMENT STORE R. H. PRICE Where You Can Always Find a complete Stock of— LADIES' and MISSES Dresses Millinery Hose Coats Shoes Piece Goods Radios, Electric Refrigerators, Furniture, Stoves, Wire, Nails, Roofing and Paints. MENS and BOYS Suits Shirts Hose Hats Shoes Work Clothing Groceries, Flour, Feed, Hay —Red Chain Feeds— Serving Atlanta and Territory For The Past Eighteen Years & Extends Congratulations to The ' CITIZENS JOURNAL On its Sixty Years of Service in Cass County 8 I R. H. PRICE r, "ANYTHING and EVERYTHING" PHONE 12 ATLANTA, TEXAS \ N2

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY History of Cass County Schools By an act of the Legislature, Cass County was formed in 1846. This same year, the Commissioners Court appointed locaters to locate the common school lands of Texas. School Administration— The earliest records of school administration was in 1849, when it was shown that the County School Commissioners had acted on locating the four leagues of state school land. The earliest schools did not have trustees. Prominent citizens of the school community assumed the re- sponsibility, however, judges were appointed by the court to hold elec- tions for school trustees, and trus- tees were elected for the five dis- tricts in 1873. Appearing on the list of the first county trustees in District 1 was the name of Daniel Boon, grand father of our County Superintendent, D. H. Boon. By an act of the Legislature on May 22, 1873, the County Judge acted as County Superintendent. The records show that a Cou...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY iff Brief History of Linden Masons Linden Lodge No. 192, A. F. & A. M., now located at Linden, Tex- as, was originally Cusseta Lodge, No. 192 A. F. & A. M., located at Cusseta, Texas. The original Charter granting the Cusseta Lodge authority to work was granted at the Twentieth Communication of the Grand Lodge of Texas assembled in the city of Palestine, Texas, on the 21st day of January A. D. 1857. The Char- ter was granted to and issued in the name of William Lambert, Wor shipful Master; J. J. McClosky, Senior Warden; and William J. Henderson, Junior Warden, these being the first officers of the Cus- seta Lodge. The original Charter was acci- dentally mutilated in some way and a duplicate Charter was issued to Cusseta Lodge No. 192, A. F. & A. M. by a resolution of the Grand Lodge of Texas on June 12, 1872. Some time prior to 1901, the Lodge was moved from Cusseta to Linden and the name remained as Cus...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY MV««W**WMW**VHMNVM'HMVMM'MH♦♦ M'MHMMMMMMMWMVMH'HH'*«M'MWMWMWHV**MMHV««VMWMWMVHWMWMH**N'**V •WMWMVHVNM**HVMHHVHVH« 'M'H>«V«V« • ♦♦ ** , J 1 f J 'l ALLDAY'S CONTINUOUSLY IDENTIFIED WITH THE PROGRESS OF CASS COUNTY FOR OVER SIXTY-FIVE YEARS. The founder of this business was R. S. All- day, Sr., who moved to Atlanta from Wayne in 1880, where he had been in the mercantile business. He managed the business until 1897, when he took his son into the business and L. F. Allday, Sr., managed the business until his death in 1932. Since that time the business has been managed by the third generation, L. F. Allday, Jr., and R. S. Allday, Jr. The name ALLDAY has been identified with the progress of Atlanta and Cass County for over sixty-five years. Although the length of time a firm has been in busi- ness does not necessarily make it an out- standing institution in its community, yet we feel that a firm like this who has weath-...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

II I 1879-1939 Hughes Springs Post Office Established The Hughes Springs, Texas post office was established October 30, 1878, with John F. Jonas as post- master. The present postmaster is B. J. McMillan. The Rural carriers are: Ennis W. Turner, carrier Koute No. 1, and Thos. E. Keasler, carrier of Route No. 2. The retired carrier of this of- fice is: J. T. Harris, age 65, re- tired November 1, 1933, after 30 years and 17 days service as car- rier on route No. 1, the first rural route ever established in Cass county, Texas. — CO — Wedding Stationery, printed or engraved. Citizens Journal. — GO — Cardboard at the Citizens Jour- nal office. Phone 178! TIIE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on its 60th Birthday Dr. H.L.D. Jenkins Hughes Springs II McMillan motor co. Hughes Springs, Texas Chevrolet in 1939 is the first car of the Land! • First in Value! • First in Performance • First in Economy! • First in Sales! Buy a New 1939 Chevrolet Today! We a...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Phillips Petroleum Company Refinery at "66" City in Cass County -dt SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Forest Look Out Towers in Cass Co. Rodessa Oil Field , ?epbTSz2? Cru?^tSurratl'8mi East Texas Youths Brought In, July'36 The Rodessa or Tri-Stato field is nearing the 100 million bar- j rel mark in the three years it has been producing-. The discovery wellj Norton-Young No. 1 brought in July 7th, 1936. The first well in the Cass county sector of the field was the Nor- ton-Lizzie Haywood, P. Evans sur- vey was brought in December 26, 1936. There is around 1100 oil and gas wells in this field. ■ Cass county has 3-!6 producing oil wells, which have produced 25,- 400,000 estimated barrels of oil. Marion county has 139 producing oil wells, which have produced 5,- 108,500 estimated barrells of oil. Cass county has 16 gas well, which have produced 17,312,909,- 000 cubic feet of gas. Marion county has 11 gas wells which have produced 8,865,388,000 cubic fee...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

«n I 3 i e i I i I 1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY C^SS County ' Cass County Circulating Library Truck Circulating Library The Cass County Circulating Lib rary was started in 1930 with 400 volumes. The funds for financing the library system were raised by assessing each member school $5.00 per teacher. This means of purchas- ing books and promoting the cir- culating library has continued each year until now the library contains something over 7500 volumes. In January 1936 the library started on wheels. The truck vis- ited member scho-ls once each two weeks. Fifteen books were allow- ed each teacher. Under the aid of the WPA lib- rarians were placed in schools with three of four teachers. This pro- ject has proved very successful and helpful.. The principals of the schools assisted by the librarians, have converted old junk rooms into attractive and sanitary work shops, and book rooms. These librarians issue books to students, mend worn books and o...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY BRYANS MILL SETTLED IN 1873 T. W. STEWART FIRST POSTMASTER Residence of L. L. Dalrymple, Atlanta Bryans Mill located in Northwest part of Cass county, was settled in 1873, when W. C. Bryan ami W. S. Stewart moved there and built and operated a saw mill, and in 1875 built the first cotton Kin in that section of the county. They applied to the government for a postoffice to be established anil to be named "Bryan-Stewart Mill," but as T. W. Stewart was named first postmaster, the government named it Bryans Mill. Whatley and Bell established the first business in the town, selling groceries and liquors, and the place was callcd Alta Vigor for a short time before receiving its present name. The first mercantile business in Bryans Mill was established by Bryan-Stewart and Co., composed Marietta, Texas, Iloute 1 I Dry Goods, Notions | Groceries, Flour & Feed, Gas & Oils j I \ i LET US SERVE YOU i Congratulations 1 ...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

Iff 1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY f' r'j j :sl Cass County Fair Wins High Award By W. D. Berry This is one of Cass County's best most profitable and largest insti- tutions. It is county wide in its scope. The fair was organized and built to its present proportions by Cass County money and labor. The in- stitution is non-profit sharing. All its earnings going into improve- ments. It now represents an in- vestment of several thousand dol- lars. "From a small acorn big oak's grow," and so it is with the Cass County Fair. From a small be- ginning on the streets of Linden in 1918, it has grown to be one of the outstanding County Fairs of Texas. Through 21 years, the Fair has opened its doors each year on schedule time. Today her exhibits < HARRISON'S CAFE ATLANTA'S FINEST Newly Decorated and Air conditioned— Visit Us We Extend Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on their 60th Anniversary T. B. Harrison, Prop Atlanta, Texas: BIG TEXAS PRODUCE C...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY vnvn'nwmmmm'm <•♦«♦ « «♦ #♦ ♦ When You Build . . . . BRICK and build for . . . PERMANENCY . When you build, be sure of lasting beauty and permanency by building with Brick, and Remember.... the Atlanta Brick Com- pany can take care of your needs. For over Twenty Years the Atlanta Brick Company has been furnishing- this area with brick and participating- in every civic undertaking for the advancement of Atlan- ta and Cass County. DRY PRESS COMMON BRICK DRY PRESS FACE BRICK CONGRATULATIONS TO THE THE CITIZENS JOURNAL on its COMPLETION OF 60 YEARS IN CASS COUNTY if • • •* * * ••«* mm* B V 11 | i v 8 V a v H H H « n 8 8 H 1 8 H 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 it 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 M 8 8 8 8 ATLANTA BRICK COMPANY TELEPHONE No. 904 ATLANTA, TEXAS i 8 v# hv whwhhhhwmv mh mm mmmmm m'm mmmmmm'mv

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

If r I ! 1879-1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY •j: School Supervision \Sch0°l supervisor In Cass County Pioneering in supervision began in Cass county in 1928. The Teach- er's Institute had outlived its pur- pose and usefulness and was costly. The Texas Legislature was induced to pass a special law substituting Supervision for the Institute. Regardless of what has been ac- complished, supervision has been less expensive than the institute. Mr. J. L. Lovelace, was the first Supervisor of Schools in Cass coun- ty. He served for a period of five years. Mr. Lovelace first made a visit to all the schools checking care- fully the physical conditions using the state standards score card. Mr. Lovelace inaugurated a Coun ty Wide testing program whereby each child was given a standard achievement test. These tests were checked, scores tabulated and re- medial suggestions sent out to the teachers. Mr. Lovelace began the County Wide Seventh grade graduation pro gra...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1039 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY WM'MWMWM'MWHWMVMWMV .WM'HWMWH'M TX 1 TVeu; 153$ Chevrolet Leads First f IN SALES THROUGHOUT THE NATION BECAUSE IT'S - M V J.t :: it It M J.{ J.: (t M 1:1 J.t j.t M M M j.t § til J.t ),t J.t M « J.t j.t j.t j.t j.: J.t it j.t j.t j.t J.t J.t I J.t B i.t J.: J.t J.t it # ft M M It J.I $ J.t J.t V j.t j.t J.t M J.t st J.t j.t 8 M V ¥ M J.t J.t fc i.t i.t i.t it i.t it i.t i.t i.t J.t J.t J.t V J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t 8 J.t J.t J.t J.t 1 1 j.t | J.t 888859 mmmmmmmmmmmmtrn PERFORMANCE EXCLUSIVE VACUUM GEARSHIFT Vacuum Booitar Supplier 80% of lh« Shifting Iffort FIRST It's Faster on the Get-Avvay . . . It's Stronger on Hills .... It's a much better all-around performer than other cars in its field—and it Saves you Money on gas, oil, and upkeep. FIRST IN FEATURES Exclusive vacuum gearshift, new aerostream styling, new bodies by Fisher, new longer riding base, Chevrolet's famous 85-horsepower valve-in-head six, perfecte...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1030 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY m i ti ATLANTA POSTOFFICE ESTABLISHED 1874; ROBERT LANIER, POSTMASTER United States Post Office In Atlanta, Texas Erected in 1931. Andrew W. Mel- lon, Secretary of the Treasury James Wetmore, acting Supervising Architect. Atlanta post office established, June 22, 1874, with Robert Lanier, as postmaster. This office was advanced t>o the third class October 28, 1890. The earliest available receipts for the Atlanta office were $1,414 for the period from October 28, 1890, to June 30, 1891, The receipts for the calendar year ended, December 31, 1918, were $10,060.. This office was advanced to the second class, July 1, 1919. The receipts for the calender year ended, December 31, 1919 were $7,595.00. This office was relegated to the third class, July 1, 1920. The receipts for the calendar J. A. PARKER LUMBER CO. Douglassville, Texas \ Complete Stock of Yellow Pine Lumber Let Us Serve You Congratulations to the Citizens ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Atlanta High School Band, 1938-1939 Above is the Atlanta High School Band, dressed in their beautiful new maroon and white uniforms, with three flags presented by the senior class of 1938, a drum presented by the senior class of 1937, an dseveral new instruments purchased from profits gained from roller rink in 1938. The rink also played a large part in the purchasing of the new uniforms. Atlanta Band Is Pride of the Town When any happening of notice- able importance is planned and mapped by this city's civic leaders, there is always one organization that is asked to be on hand to help celebrate the occasion. That organ- ization is the Atlanta High School Band, which has been under the di- rection of its organizer, Mr. Nat Hayes, since its organization back in 1932. The first band contained scarce- ly over thirty members, but in two years time, had built up to more than fifty, and a junior band had been organized. T...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

RVa : ' ! J 1 :! M S 1879-1939 Marietta Post Office Established, in 1880 This postoffice was established April 5, 1880, with Robert M. Worn mack as postmaster. This office was discontinued November 5, 1883 and re-established December 12, 1883, and is still in operation with Will A. Harty as postmaster. The Marietta postoffice receives mail twice daily, first at 8:30 a.m., daily except Sunday, •over Naples route two by Joe Glasscock. The other mail in the afternoon daily over star route to Naples carried by T. E. Wommack. Two rural routes run out of Ma- rietta: No. 1 carried by Jim E. Wommack, who has been on the route for the last 25 years. Route No. 2, with Joseph B. Pra- tor carrier for the past 18 years. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS C.D.BETTS&SON GINNERS Seed Buyers Feed & Fertilizer We Give You Service and Your Business Is Always Appreciated! Extends Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on its 60th ANNIVERSARY C.D.BETTS&SON MARIETTA, TEXAS MARIETTA DRUG ST...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY 1893 ,1 1939 CASS COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK CAPITAL, SURPLUS, AND PROFITS. $ 102,947.70 RESOURCES, MORE THAN... $1,000,000.00 FIRST ORGANIZED AS CITIZENS BANK February 2, 1893 — Capital $50,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS H. A. O'Neal A. B. Hinkle J. W. Campbell.. W. A. Howe -..President Vice-President Cashier Assistant Cashier Directors: W. A. Williams, J. D. Johnson, J. T. Chamblee. NAME CHANGED TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK May 13, 1893 — Capital $50,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS H. A. O'Neal .....President J. G. James 1st Vice-President A. B. Hinkle. .. 2nd Vice-President J. W. Campbell Cashier W. A. Howe... Assistant Cashier Directors: J. D. Johnson, L. F. Allday, J. T. Chamblee, W. A. Williams, T. F. Howe. IT MEANS SOMETHING TO BE A FIRST NATIONAL CUSTOMER! First—Because, as a patron of this hank, you will know that your bank is sound and de- pendable, and that its soundness is maintain- ed by experienced, conservative mana...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY POSTOFFICE ESTABLISH- ED IN 1871; G. H. SALMON FIRST P.M. Mays Celebrate 51st Wedding Anniversary This office was first established under the name of Atlanta on Nov- vember 13th, 1871, with Geo. H. Salmon as postmaster. The name of this office was changed to La- nark on December 15th, 1873, and was changed to Queen City on January 2nd, 1877, and is still in operation with Mrs. J. W. Beaver as postmaster. Clerks in office: Mrs. J. P. Ball. Carriers: Ernest E. Griffin, car- rier route No. 1. Ben F. Ellington, carrier route No. 2. A. M. Johnson Queen City, Texas GAS, OIL, TIRES TUBES, PARTS ACCES- SORIES COLD DRINKS DRY GOODS—SHOES FEED, FERTILIZER Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on its 60th birthday A.M.Johnson Queen City, Texas 1 BEAVERS Mercantile Company Queen City, Texas General Merchandise GROCERIES, FLOUR FEED. FRUIT FRESH MEATS GAS AND OIL Your Business Appreciated Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on its 6...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY LINDEN ROTARY CLUB ORGANIZED IN 1937; SIXTEEN CHARTER MEMBERS The Linden Rotary Club receiv- ed its charter, No. 4397, September 15, 1937, which was delivered by Governor Lew Ferguson, of the 128th District of Dallas, Texas. There were sixteen charter mem- bers as follows: Monroe B. Allen, W. D. Berry, Jim L. Brabham, D. Horace Boon, Milton Caver, W. Looney Erwin, Weldon Hornsey, Andrew J. Nelson, Czernia R. New- land, Heard Robertson, Robert F. Salmon, Orville R. Taylor, John R. Taylor, B. Forest Whitworth, Ker- mit Wommack, Marshall L. Yan- dell. First officers of the club were: Horace Boon, president; Kermit Wommack, vice-president; Marshall Yandell, secretary-treasurer. Present officers are: Kermit Wommack, president; M. D. Allen, vice-president; Robert Salmon, secretary-treasurer. Directors: A. J. Nelson, C. Ii. Newland, Milton Caver, O. U. Tay- lor ,and B. F. Whitworth. The club now has eighteen members. Sulph...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY 1 Hi THE THURSDAY STUDY CLUB WAS Kesid(""e of «rs- '■F- Allda«>Sr- ORGANIZED IN SUMMER OF 1922 In the summer of 1922, a group of young Atlanta women met in the basement of the Methodist Church to organize a club, whose dual pur- pose should be tne study of sub- jects of common interest and bene- fit and the performance of organiz- ed community service. An organiza tion was effected, but the list of original members and organizers was not preserved, and some of those who were present at the or- ganization and at the adoption of the constitution and by-laws with- drew before the year book was QUALITY BABY CHICKS I English White Leghorns, ! Rhode Island Reds, Barred Plymouth Rocks. Custom Hatching Solicited Let us Set Your Eggs! Visitors Always Welcome! LONG'S HATCHERY Chas. A. Long, Prop. ATLANTA, TEXAS Phone 184 CONGRATULATIONS to the Citizens Journal on its GOth ANNIVERSARY MODERN MACHINERY Our plant is equipped ...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY I I J IK-:-' • MMHHHMM HVmWmifOiwH « «« MMHH **« H M «WHM«WH #♦♦♦•«•• V**WMWH«IMWMWH'H>*'« ' 'HWH'MWMH>*V s s 9 o II $ ).t 8 n 8 8 8 M 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 M 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 II 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 M 8 8 it 8 8 8 Ellington Memorial = Hospital The Ellington Memorial Hospital affords Atlanta and Cass County with one of the Best Equipped and Most Modern Hospitals in East Texas. Modern architecture and scientific equipment went into the building and furnishing of this institution. A staff of registered nurses and technically trained experts are on duty to insure you every comfort. We Join In Extending Congratulations To The CITIZENS JOURNAL On This Its Sixtieth Anniversary We Invite Your Inspection At All Times Ellington Memorial Hospital Dr. Joe D. Nichols ATLANTA, TEXAS Dr. Ernest W. Grumbles 8 J " ♦♦ #♦ H •

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