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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY 11 ! ;• : ■' f E I ii Early Post Offices In Cass County ALMIRA: 9 miles northwest of Linden. This office was established June 20, 1880, with Elijah J. Hanes as postmaster. This office was dis- continued February 26, 1887, and re-established August 3, 1887. This office was discontinued May 31, 1905. HAVANA: 9 miles northwest of Atlantu and 2 miles west of Anti. This office was established Jan- uary 30, 1854, with Daniel Cole as postmaster. This office was discon- tinued November 5, 1880, CUSSETA: 0 miles west of Dour lassville, Texas. This office was established June 18, 1850, with Jno. A. Heard as postmaster. This of- fice was discontinued January 23, 1807, and re-established October 12, 1870 in Davis county. This of- fice was changed into Cass county later and discontinued December 30, 1872, and re-established Octo- ber 23, 1874. This office was dis- continued June 15, 1918. COURTLANI): 2 miles west of present Quee...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1039 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY s.t (f V ft 1 Ellington Memorial I | - Hospital I h 8 ft ft j.t 8 8 It 8 M 8 8 8 8 8 8 M 8 8 },t J.t 8 J.t V J.t J.t J.t J.t i ne iLiiiiigiuii memorial nospuai auorus /mama aiui lass touniy wun one oi | « V V It V s.t It y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y ft y ft ]i Modern architecture and scientific h A staff of registered nurses and § J> ft J.t ™ J t !| equipment went into the building technically trained experts arc on i| The Ellington Memorial Hospital affords Atlanta and Cass County with one of the Best Equipped and Most Modern Hospitals in East Texas. We Join In Extending Congratulations CITIZENS JOURNAL On This Its Sixtieth Anniversary We Invite Your Inspection At All Times j'l and furnishing of this institution. | duty to insure you every comfort. || ft ft J.t ft To The \\\\ | ii 8 % % 8 i H — H 8 ft 8 8 J.t ft J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t J.t I TTTT T ■< TT T j_ ■ Tlx HIT T1" ii 8 Ellington ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY 1879-1339 , ' P i i ■ 11 Early Post Offices In Cass County ALMIRA: 9 miles northwest of Linden. This office was established June 26, 1886, with Elijah J. Hanes as postmaster. This office was dis- continued February 26, 1887, and re-established August 3, 1887. This office was discontinued May 31, 1905. HAVANA: 9 miles northwest of Atlanta and 2 miles west of Anti. This office was established Jan- uary 30, 1854, with Daniel Cole as postmaster. This office was discon- tinued November 5, 1886. CUSSETA: 6 miles west of Doug lassville, Texas. This office was established June 18, 1856, with Jno. A. Heard as postmaster. This of- fice was discontinued January 23, 1867, and re-established October 12, 1870 in Davis county. This of- fice was changed into Cass county later and discontinued December 30, 1872, and re-established Octo- ber 23, 1874. This office was dis- continued June 15, 1918. COURTLAND: 2 miles west of present Qu...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Baptist Church Organized in 1875 With Nine Members A. Miles, S. S. Supt. The First Baptist Church of At- lanta, Texas, was organized Feb- ruary 17, 1875, with nine members, all of whom have passed on to their reward. The present church auditorium was constructed in 1896 of lumber cut from virgin timber in this sec- tion. The ceiling is of heart pine and one of the most unique and prettiest in the southwest, and is in as perfect condition as it was the day it was built. The value of the church at the time it was built was given as $9,000.00. Seating capacity five hundred. In 1926, the church building was remodeled into an auditorium and brick veneered, the ceiling pattern retained as first built in 1896. A two-story and basement brick Sun- day School annex was built in the rear, giving the church a wonderful plant valued at $35,000.00. The first parsonage was erected in 1907, during the pastorate of E. P. West. It wa...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

T 1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA.. TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Cass County Civil War Veterans liy Bill Clements It !> I Is Today in Texas, only a handful of men remain who were once members of the now fast-dwindling army which fought for a freedom they thought possible only under the Confederate States of Ameri- ca. These soldiers who fought in the civil war now number less than three-hundred and fifty. Most of these men have mem- ories that stretch through a cen- tury, yet many of them remain young in ideas. Recently a veter- an married—at the age of 98— and asked state officials if he might draw a pension for his wife. But many of the veterans in the State Confederate Home must have hospitalization to carry them through the years. Approximately seventy husbands with living wives draw pensions. The women whose husbands died in the war or since that time, far out-number the men. Approxi- mately 4,000 Confederate widows survive their husbands in Texas. Many of the couples ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Huffines New Brick School Building Built in 1937 at a Cost of $18,000.00. (Photo by Dees Studio) Bunded and Warrant debt of Cass county, June 30, 193S, was $915,372.00, as follows: County- wide bonds, $13,747.00; Road bonds, county and district, $901,625. Cash $105,529.00; securities $82,747.00. 1 John W. Beaver Queen City, Texas Barber Shop Swimming Pool furnished by fresh, spring- water - We Give Service — Congratulations to the CITIZENS JOURNAL on its Sixtieth Anniversary 'J* *J* *♦* *«* * CfMwH QUEEN CITY ESTABLISHED IN 1876 FIRST STORES BUILT IN SAME YEAR Queen City, Texas, was establish- ed in 1876 by a stock company composed of John C. Hutchison, A. C. Smith, W. H. D. Hunt. C. H. Hutchinson, Mrs. T M. Ray, Major J. J. Williams, Capt. Ross Powell, Dr. C. H. Salmon, Col. Bill Dunk- lin, Capt. F. M. Henry, Geo. T. Vaughn and Bart Perry. The town J. M. Clements survey, and the first house started on June 7th, 187...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

If 1870-1035 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Enon Association Organized In 1872 residence or e.w. King !'! i IS i t i 11 The Enon Baptist Association j was organized in 1872, covering the east half of Cass county with some j of the member churches being in Marion county, Miller county, Ark., and in Caddo parish, La. This as- sociation was cut from the Salem association. We have no record bf the churches in the organization. A minute of 1870, shows the fol- lowing member churches and Rev. H .Sheffield. Moderator, and Dec. J. W. Erwin, clerk; P. Lanier, treasurer. Churches: Atlanta, Antioch. Bethlehem, Bethsaida, Caddo Prai- rie, Center Grove, Dooley Bayou, Enon, Ephesus, Evergreen, Hebron, Line Creek, Macedonia, Moorings- port, Mt. Gilead, Jit. Moriah, Mt. Zion, Ark., Mt. Zion, Texas, New- Prospect, Queen City, Salem, Wal- nut Hill, Smyrna, Unity. The association raised $100.00 to 1 be loaned to two students at Waco University. A number of men pledged one do...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Atlantians Of Fifty Years Ago By Albert Pierce (Cuff) Adams; J. W. Law; J. A. Pierce; Sam T. Meadows; John Cox; Mrs. Jackson; Jim Jackson; Bob Churchman; Harmon Crone; | John Meeks; Dr. Anderson; J. B. jO'Farrell; J. M. Pepper; Mr. Van Uncle Bill Stephenson; Dr. Curry; j Dr. Larsy; Dr. McClung; Dr. Jet-! er; Dave James; \V. A. Scott; Sam j Scott; Buck Scott; George Ste-j veils; Mr. Willis Sr.; T. R. A. Wil-j Chas. Moores; John Bates; Camp, Engineer; Chas Gorman;, Sam Willis. Will McCall; Oden Ray & Co.,' S. L. Baker; Jim Baker; John harness; Mr. Brown, meat cutter;! Baker; O. C. McClung; Chas Kel- Mrs. Mary E. McKenzie; Jimiiy; Tom Bruce; Walter Allen Sr.;! Hays; Rev. Erwin, County Treas- Walter Allen, Jr.; Ed Boley; J.! urer; Hugh Carney; Mrs. Jennie1 D. Bickman; Calvin Bickman; Bill Herewith is a list of the names of people that lived in Atlanta, Texas, fifty years ago and before: P. R. Scott, Mrs. Spell .moth...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY VHWH'hWHWHWHWHWWMWMVH'HWMWMHVMWM «WHMV «WHHHVHM**WHMMMWM hmhmhhmmhhhhmhhmhhwmwmmhmhmm *M CASS COUNTY LAND AND ABSTRACT COMPANY FRUIT FARMS OIL AND TIMBER LANDS Complete Abstracts . . . ... of Cass County OUR RECORDS ARE COMPLETE. FILED PROMPTLY EACH DAY EASY TO FIND! CORRECT AND ACCURATE. Congratulations to the CITIZENS JOURNAL Upon the Completion of Sixty Years of Service LET US CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU Cass County Land and Abstract Co. South Side Square CAPITAL $6,000.00 OVER TWENTY-FOUR YEARS OF SERVICE L. L. HARPER, Manager Linden, Texas e a _

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Gold Discovered In Cass County In 1936 By J. A. Webster Gold was discovered in Cass County, July 15th, 1930, by J. A. Webster and Listen Boland, at Stone Coal Bluff, on the Sulphur river, near McCartney bridge, on highway 47, on land owned by our friend and Congressman, Hon. Wright Patman. It is a tragedy in one's life, who does not have one or more hob- bies. After building our new home at Twin Oaks, three miles north of Queen City, Texas, and twenty miles south of Texarkana on the Shreveport-Atlanta highway, No. 47, I told a friend of mine I had lost too many toe nails on these Cass County rocks, there must be some rich minerals to be found. I began collecting curio speci- mens of ore, displaying them on tables. I found that quite a num- ber of tourists were collecting specimens as they passed through the states, and I began in earnest to have at our place one of the best collections to be found in Cass County. Also while search- ing ...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1870-1931) THK CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY •| I 1 iJi j j i *• t- % :'£■ ill II Hughes Springs Masonic Lodge Organized December 13, 1888 By J. T. Harris Hughes Springs Lodge No. (571, A. F. & A. M., was organized December 13, 1888, with the fol- lowing officers and members: Dr. W. M. Hooper, W. M.; W. A. Callaway, S. W.; H. D. M. Rice, J. W.; C. O. Irvin, Treas.; .). M. Niblett Jr., Sect'y; C. K. Watson, S. D.; G. 15. Morrow, J. D.; J. 1). Scott, S. S.; J. M. Goolsby, J. S.; J. M. Niblett Sr., Tiler. Charter members are G. B. Adams, J. M. Bond, T. H. Briggs Sr., T. V. Dobson, A. A. Goolsbv, Dr. W. S. Glass, A. N. Henderson, T. M. Spurlin, W. M. Scott, \Y. 1'. Traylor, G. W. Traylor, R. M. Up- church, J. C. T. Wilson and T. J. Wilson. The first meeting place was lo- of nearby lodges meeting with us. T?(\iic(ltcir Also R. W. Deputy Grand Master l.eo Hart, •of Gilmer, and R. W. Grand S. D., 10. G. Achternacht, of Waskom, was in attendance on this occasion....

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

tlanta Rotary Organized in 1926 1879-1939 39 President THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY NORMAN L. SMITH Thirteen Charter Members In Club The Atlanta Rotary Club No. 2451 was organized in the fall of 1 charter received December 2'ith. The charter was delivered by Inst. (iovernor William Saenger of !',• numont of the 4Sth district, and signed by Harry 11. Rogers, Presi- ili-r.t <>f International Rotary and Si-rftary, C. R. Perry, of Chicago, III. '!!!!• charter members of the club were: (ilen Goodwin, President; Edgar W. King, Vice-President; Geo. 1). Holland, Secretary; Frank Allday; Abb lirabham; Jno. Ellington; (luy Hughes; Henry (A.) King; Hub Northern; Hardy O'Neal; Tom Uicney; Ned Hewitt; Earnest Cook. The 48th district was organized in 1925. Bruce Bogarte, Dallas was our first District Governor. Since them the following have been our District Governors and Club Presi- dents: 1926-27, William Saenger, Dal- las; Glen Goodwin, President. 1927-28, Hen...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

If f r : I I 1 a I i 1870-1 W) I a s.t l.f s.i ij l.l l.l I l.l j i l.i M § | SI S.I jj sl 8 § ! ! I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY GROGAN Manufacturing Company B1VINS, TEXAS MANUFACTURERS OF YELLOW PINE LUMBER FINE GRADES A SPECIALTY Call on Our MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT DRY GOODS SHOES.- MISCEIXANEOITS ITEMS - —FOR— -HARDWARE GROCERIES FEED Our Pleasure Is To Serve You FRESH MEATS We Wish to Congratulate the CITIZENS JOURNAL On Their Sixty Years of Service in Cass Countv GROGAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY W. R. GROG AN, President GEORGE L. GROGAN, Vice-President Long: Distance and Telegraph, Bivins. Texas I | >>ur ; hem liisti (ierst.- I .10: is: i! : | k:: r,a 111; 11"-'; 1: I ■ ■ I io| | Ilcnif 1 I J. E i; ; | lihur j r-: Hem !! l'at l'j; mont to: kana 191 Dr..] id: 1 Non H Imeml 0'N{ I w| ing Gil p. a |Port| ■ I MILL ON T. & P. RAILROAD II Kinl I rb\| l-sonl ftlavl

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Linden Chapter Order of Eastern Star, Organized In 1914 With 20 Members Linden Chapter O. E. S., No. 576, was organized on the 25th of September 1914, due to the ef- forts of Mrs. Pearle Davis, now deceased. Mrs. Annie Donald acted as installing officer, and as- sisted by Mrs. Hannah Hockwald, both of Marshall. There were 20 members, 16 of whom were officers; Mrs. Pearle Davis, W. M.; Mrs. Ophelia Wea- ver, A. M.; L. C. Weaver, W. P.; Mrs. Ada Sheffield, Secretary; Mrs. Willie Eller, Cond.; Mrs. Clara Henderson, A. Cond.; Mrs. Rosa Fant, Adah; Mrs. Olive Mor- ris, Ruth; Mrs. Lillie Givins, Mar- tha; Mrs. Audrey Blalock, Esther; Mrs. Hattye Taylor, Electra; Mrs. Evie George, Warden; Mrs. Kate Grubbs, Chaplain; Dr. O. R. Tay- lor, Sentinel; J. J. Eller, Mar. Misses Kathleen and Corinne Congratulations to the Citizens Journal on its Sixty Years of Service May it continue! Dr. A. B. Jordan Dentist Dental X-Ray Ellington...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1 1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS | :!i I I 1 5 I", Christian Church of Atlanta Erected First House of Worship In 1891 By Mrs. A. L. Otler In the iate summer of 1890, a few brethren got together and had services in the homes. No organization was effected, but enough interest was aroused, that a movement to erect a house of worship was launched, and funds solicited for the same. Early in the new year of 1891, work on the building began. In March the building was completed but was not seated, heated or lighted. At this time the famous Jones and Douthit, evangelistic team were closing a successful meeting in Queen City. They came and offered to hold us a meeting. So- licitors got busy and put in a suf- ficient number of lamps and chairs and put up a heater and the meet- ing started at once. Grciit crowds attended. A large number came in by state- ment and 38 by baptism. The baptising took place in the Scott fish pond in the south-east part of town. The meeting lasted sev...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY Early Organization of Cass County Cass Cou"tu Marker Hughes Furnace — * Placed, Near Linden Built In 1859 By Bill Clements. Back in the days of 1846, while Texas was struggling with a new statehood, a group of villages in vast stretch of muddy roads and pine hills was thinking of break- ing away from their mother coun- ty and organizing a unit of their own. These pioneers of Cass county succeeded in getting a favorable popular vote and approval of an act in the Legislature on April 25, 1846. The new county was named Cass in honor of Lewis Cass of the state of Michigan. The boundaries included Jeffer- son and the legislature decided the river town was the logical place for holding court and order- ed: ".. . the several courts to be holden in said county shall be held at the tavern house of William Pern-, in the town of Jefferson, until a suitable house is erected for that purpose." Little was known of the sec- tion o...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 January 1939

1879-1939 TTIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK 1 9 0 5 ATLANTA, TEXAS ffliliijl v. xv mm ^ HILL L r J •• • h" i 9 3 9 $1,462,549.29 CAPITAL, SURPLUS, AND PROFITS S 152,137.84 DEPOSITS $1,310,351.45 As industry and business continues to cen- ter in Atlanta, leaders of industry and busi- ness are finding- us to be helpful associates in financial matters. With over thirty years of experience in fi- nance and policy of conservative business management as its guiding principal, this bank has established a position of unques- tioned stability. WE INVITE THE ACCOUNTS OF NEW AND ESTABLISHED FIRMS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Atlanta National Bank OFFICERS Henry A. King, President L. F. Allday, Jr., Vice-President R. H. Price, Vice-President R. C. Hardy, Cashier V. S. Brabham, Assistant Cashier J. W. Hanner, Jr., Assistant Cashier Miss Thelma Penn, Bookkeeper Mrs. R. C. Howard, Bookkeeper George W. Fant, Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Ilenry A. Kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

T1ETH YEAR !■ The Citizens journal Atlanta Banks Elect Officers At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Atlanta Na- tional Hank, held Tuesday after- noon, the following directors and officers were elected for the com- ing year: Directors: lienry A. King," R. C. Hardy, Mrs. L. P. All- ^ ,j day, R. H. Price, L. F. Allday Jr., jrfl L. Cabe and Geo. L. Grogan. Officers: Hensy A. King, Presi- dent; L. F. Allday Jr., Vice-Presi- dent; R. H. Price, Vice-President; R. C. Hardy, Cashier; V. S. Brab- ham, Asst.-Cashier; J. W. Hanner Jr., Asst.-Cashjer; Miss Thelma Penn, Bookkeeper; Mrs. Mary Alice Howard, Bookkeeper and George W. Fant, Bookkeeper. The following directors and offi- cers were re-elected at the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank, held Tuesday in the office of the bank, for the coming year. Directors: T. R. Richey, T. A. Howe, R. P. Dunklin, V. A. Richey and A. J. ,i(ji Kaleski. .J Officers: T. R. Richey, President; II a Iiowe, Vice-Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 193 1RNA Irs. E. E. Luttrell Tjewel Hartline and son of spent last week visiting ats Mr. and Mrs." W. M. Irs. Leslie Echols of Atlanta a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chamblee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Taylor, Mrs. Elsie Munday were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Avery Sunday. Shower Mrs. Norman Felsenthal was hos- tess for a house-hold shower, giv- en Friday for Mrs. Bill Poterfield (nee Ruth Chamblee). Twenty- one guests were present and many lovely gifts were received by the honoree. Hot chocolate and cake were served the guests. Social Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Glass en- tertained the young folks last Monday night with a party. All report a grand time. Sunday morning and night. Mrs. Raphel Bounom and son Wayne of Texarkana, visited Mrs. A. Jones this week-end. Bio. A. L. Pearce brought some wonderful messages to his people Saturday night, Sunday and Sun- day night, which were our regular church services. There wer...

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