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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

\ THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1939 J THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ANTI. Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Thanks to the many visitors who came our way to sing Sunday nite from Oak Grove, Queen City, At- lanta, O'Farrell, Forest Hill and others. We had a real song feast and we invite you back to sing with us any time you can. We have sing- ing every Sunday night. Come! Vaudine Hill resigned as choir leader Sunday night. Truitt Burk- halter was elected to her place. Our class will go to Oak Grove Sunday p.m. to sing with them. Betty Julian of Queen City spent Thursday night with Mary Frances Patterson. H. T. Allen spent few days in San Antonio last week. Mrs. 13. C. Duke and family of O'Farrell spent week end with Mr and Mrs. Cooper Plum. Visitors in C. W. Hill home Sun- Most Valuable Player l BUI from our community. moved to Springdale. Hubert Hill spent Sunday night with Mildred Greene and Mrs. Ber- tha Greene. Glad that Hubert is able to be back in school after two weeks illness. Several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS / THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1939 TH iter England jaks on "The Jews" i'a promise to Abraham was will multiply thy seed as the ars of the Heaven and the sand ich is upon the sea shore and y seed shall possess the gates 'of his enemies." Auf We first find the Jews wander- M ing around the Arabian desert as Els: Nomadic tribes. Profane history of discredits much of the early Bibli- S cal History, but we find that His- torians came to David and do much reckoning from the time of David as it is well known that he had scribes set down history as it hap- pened. The Historians say that Judah, the Northern Jewish king- dom, was the religious side of the Jews and that Isreal, the Southern kingdom, was the Racial and Na- tional side of the Jews. Yet, these historians take them at the time of David and use them from then on as two separate kingdoms. David subdued the enemies of the Jews and united them. The limited kingdom lasted during his and Solomons reign. Sol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

'> 9 c THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEX Jw m ■ so< Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 \ I Mrs. Tilford Hughes Club Hostess Mrs. Tilford Hughes was hostess to the Atlanta Woman's Club on Thursday, January 5th, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Arnold, on East Main Street. The reception rooms were ar- tistically decorated with sweet peas and pink gladiolas. Mrs. Gilbert Hudson, vice-presi- dent, presided during the business period in the absence of Mrs. Troy Hill. Reports from various offi- cers were received. The program feature was a re- view of the book "Grand-ma Call- ed it Carnal" by Bertha Damon, which was splendidly given by Mrs. L. L. Dalrymple. Following the program, a lovely tea hour was enjoyed. A crystal bowl filled with spring flowers formed the centerpiece for the dining room table, which was laid with a handsome lace cloth. Mrs. E. A. Carlisle, presided at the coffee service. Mrs. Boyd Johnson also assisted in serving. Mrs. Hughes presented the guests with lovel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

. ■ .4 ' i: THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSI DAY, JANUA® 12, 193^ is Journal Jtor and Publisher 1879) i'exaa, as second-class mail matter, East Main Street—Phone No. 178 (Payable in Advance) State aid Foreign: One Year $1.50 Six Months l-®0 Three Months 65 MarriedX PATMAN'S ■mmwrn#. " NEWS LETTER "It * WW''- SMAN — TEXAS — 1 -J'--- y#A- m • > * / t&M&m ■f «• : wag during the 75th Congress. The 75th Congress was composed of 333 Democrats in the House and 75 Democrats in the Senate, while the Republicans had 89 members in the House and 17 members in the Senate. The new Congress has 262 Democrats in the House, or 71 less than before, and 69 Democrats in the Senate, or 8 less than before. The Republicans have 169 mem- bers in the House and 23 in the Senate. President Roosevelt in his an- nual message to Congress, let it be known that he is not retreating but that he will insist upon the liberal measures that he has al- ways advocated for the relief of the unemploye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

m ?Ji S i THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1989 rrr- „ 1 : QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE I Sunday Baptist Pulpit Rev. L. L. Burkhalter's theme Sunday morning: Glorifying God. Many persons of high estate seek adoration and glory, but only God is due our worship and glory. Je- sus gave up the glory of heaven that he might reveal to us the Father and redeem our lost souls. To the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit be all glory and dominion and power forever. Two examples given of those who failed to glorify God. That of Bel- shazzar: who in an impious feast Xf wine and man worship, was [>med by God's handwriting upon i wall, the destruction that over came him that night. As a corpse, his purple robe and man worship meant nothing. Herod, another example of God's judgment. Arrayed in royal appar- el upon his throne, he made a great oration. The people saying, "This is the voice of a god and not of a man." Immediately the iingei of the Lord smote Herod because ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1939 unty Wildlife anning Board fhe Game, Fish and Oyster Com- mission of the State of Texas has reached a decision to organize in 3ach County of the State a Wild- life Planning Board. Members of the Board will be appointed through the office of the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission in Austin. A County Wildlife Planning Board will give to the Game, Fish and Oyster Commission, a medium for closer contact with the people in any County of the State who are interested in the restoration and development of wildlife re- sources. All Wildlife Planning Boards will be composed of interested and in- formed citizens, who in harmony can discuss, recommend and aid in adoption and prosecution of prac- tices that will increase wildlife and result in social and economic bene- fits to the County and finally to the State as a whole. They can be of great value in guiding and advising the Game, Fish and Oys- ter Commission as to necessary polici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

I The Citizens Journal SIXTIETH YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1939 NUMBER TWO Alldays Buy Texar- kana Institution Allday's, better known to the citizens of Cass county as the All- day Supply Co., have added another funeral home to their line of ser- vice institutions. The Texarkana Funeral Home, formerly The Paul Reverra Funeral Home, has been i purchased by R. S. and Franklin jAllday, and will now be known as O/lhe Texarkana Funeral Home, Inc. This connection with the Allday Funeral Home in Atlanta, and the Allday-Caver Funeral Home in Lin- den, will give to the people of this locality cooperative service that will surpass any that the firm of Allday's has been able to render in their 68 years of continuous ser- vice to Cass County. Mr. Wylie D. Fleetwood will be in charge of the Texarkana Fun- eral Home, Inc. Mr. Fleetwood is a long resident of Texarkana and has spent most of his time in the profession of funeral honie service. Having served with the Paul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

/ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1939 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. EUingtwn Baptist W. M. S. Met in the home of Mrs. A. A. Burkhalter Monday evening, Jan. 16 for mission program with Mrs H. F. McWilliams leader in ab- sence of our president Mrs. H. C Ratcliff. It was enjoyed by 16 la- dies. Glad to have Mrs. Emmett Howe a visitor. Meet next Monday with Mrs. R. E. Blalock. Hostess served lovely refreshments. Mrs. Maurice Powell Class A fine evening to Mrs. Maurice Powell S. S. class, meeting in the home of Mrs. Will Ross Powell. Mrs. Maurice Powell gave message on the Transforming Power of Je- sus. Organization of class was com pleted. Officers as follows: Presi- dent, Gerald Beaver; secretary- treasurer, Mrs. W. P. Smith; re- porter, Will Ross Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Roach, of Lewis, were appreciated visitors with the class. Hostess served sand wiches, chocolate and fruit cake. Mrs. Rayford Orren Honored Mrs. Orren, nee Frances Baird, recent bride, was honore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS T3> I A QUEEN CITY NEWS Continued from page Two their office. It was a most profit- able occasion. Choosing Life was the theme of Tuesday missionary program at the church. Mfs. Will Ross Powell gave beautifully the topic. Play, The Choice: Mesds. Henry Riley, Cecil Stanley, Joe Roach, Berry Morriss and Will Ross Pow- ell, was very fine. Mrs. Hull spoke on the great work of the WMS. Mrs McNeil gave sketch of the hymn "Nearer My God to Thee." Supt. CSR reported the petition sent to Senator E. Harold Beck against the repeal of law forbid- ding race track gambling. Also let- ters to be written to U. S. Congress men on the peace act and war refer endum, favoring the passage of them. A letter to be written Sena- tor Morris Sheppard favoring his strong stand for legislation against the liquor traffic. Mesdames Chas. Powell and Roy Hackney gave reports of the great meeting at Naples, Monday. Come next Monday at church, an important program. Mr. and Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUE l*€8 Council istian Church J 1.' J i The ladies council of the Chris- Haptist church met at the home of Mrs Scantlin on January 16 with ten members present. Each member re- sponded to roll call with a Bible verse beginning with the letter "A" Secretary called the roll. Devo- tional was concerned with the phrase "In God We Trust," and scriptures pertaining to this phrase were read by several members of the group. In the business session the presi- dent urged each one to try to build up the membership of the council. Mrs. Talley was leader for the program which consisted of the Hidden Answers in the 'World Call' Bu: 16 H. sec R® di V v s 1 I I I J, r Fi \ I magazine. These were given by va- rious members. Mrs. Scantlin served lovely re- freshments during the social hour and after the benediction meeting adjourned to meet in the home of Mrs. Schaefer with Miss Wilbur Salmon as leader. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

1 ® > > ) THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 7 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 $1.60 Six Months 7B Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 Ellington Memorial Hospital Notes Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McDonald of Bivins, Texas, announce the birth of a daughter, January 19. Mrs. S. C. McCarty, Atlanta, treatment, January 17. Miss Gladys Wicks, Atlanta; treatment, January, 16. Mrs. L., E. Atkins, Rodessa, La; treatment. Carlton Williams, Bivins, Rt. No. 1, January 11, was moved home af- ter treatment of broken ankle. Mrs. W. H. Daniels, Queen City; was able to be moved home January 18, improving nicely. Home Ec Club The Home Economic Club met January 12, for the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

vV ' ' ' -V'■ 'T S'lj1 V:V VS" \ ,/ \ «, IMBpr j! J;, . > ,'rf U-, ■ "i . . yf ■ ■■■■:■■} . .:■" . • ' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1989 BRYANS MILL Mrs. J. V. Allen, Reporter Sunday School attendance drop- ped considerably Sunday, due to rain and cold weather. Next Sun day is our regular church day, and we are expecting many more. Sorry to report that Patricia Ann Brock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brock is very ill with the flu. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Glad to report that Mrs. C. B. Stringer and the elderly Mrs. Wal don are much improved this week. Harold David Smith is sick this week. Also two of Mr. and Mrs. Criss Howard's children report having colds. Mrs. Homer Abston has taken a fresh cold and is very hoarse, and her daughter Jaunita is sick in bed with the flu. The wiring of houses is of great interest in our community just at this time. Getting ready for elec- tricity and will we be glad. Mrs. Ramie Smith spent Monday afternoon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1989 <• 1 1 . > THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS i 4 tr^nnf ston^'vj scoop/_ r "f, % CRINKLE BED SPREAD Full Double Bed Size Regular $1.25 "Fine Feathers' PURE SILK HOSE New Spring Colors 88c Future Farmers Basketball Tourney The Atlanta district held their annual Future Fanners Basketball Tournament in the new McLeod gym last Friday and Saturday with great success. Seventeen teams from five counties entered the tour nament and played 23 games all on time. We believe that this is an ex- cellent record for any type of tournament. Hughes Springs won first in the major with McLeod second and Na- ples won first in consolation with Avinger second. Birdwell of Hooks, Naples had Wommack, Wilson of Avinger, Ray of Hughes Springs, and Hays of McLeod were chosen the best five men of the whole tournament and each boy will be presented with a medal. Messrs. Hileman, Russell and Pat man were official referees with sev eral other men calling one game each. We belie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 19 January 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS : V •■ Vi"-' —-— rNA^Sl^^ "T THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1989 — Austin paragraphs By ABE MAYS There isn't any Legislature news worth mentioning this week, ex- cept the inauguration of Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, which I shall try to describe for you. Monday after noon, all hotels and tourist camps as well as private homes were crowded with guests arriving for the "Common Citizens Home Com- ing." Gov. O'Daniel arrived about mid-afternoon and went directly to his room and only left to attend the Senator Ladies Club Banquet, an affair which is carried on from session to session. Down in the hotels and on the streets were a great crowd who milled around until after mid-night. Tuesday morning dawned clear and bright and heralded a most perlect day for the greatest exhibi- tion of showmanship Texas has ever seen. The inauguration was held in the Texas University Foot ball Stadium, which holds fifty thousand and was completely fill- ed up. The program started a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

• « . J! 1 " 5?,* ■; ( The Citizens Journal . SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Service Officer To Assist Veterans E. R. Kenton, field representa- tive of the Veterans State Service office, will be in Atlanta to assist war veterans and their dependents who have problems in connection with their claims growing out of war service. Mr. Fenton has visited here sev- eral times within the past twelve 'months and each time he has been able to assist some veteran and some veteran's dependent in secur- ing government benefits they are entitled to receive. This time Mr. Fenton its very anxious to see as many war widows and Gold Star mothers as possible, since recent legislation liberalized laws per- taining to widows and Gold Star mothers. The services of the Veterans State Service office are directed by George C. Betts, whose headquar- ters are located in the Land Office building, Austin, Texas. All per- sons desiring to see Mr. Fenton, field representative for this dis- trict, while he is in Atlanta, may co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

& ■ . - sbf ■' ¥■ v.' TtTOffi HHHHffi^lillHS KRvnlrittj £•^ . '* ' '-r \ 1 '' =========== mmm ' 2 -fete VJ| ^f'^i.'.:W ^ • . -->* * >•"• - •■■■'' w - v--'K. '*' ' :■■■'.. /v?- . v 1 !vrM • >V (■a?® THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1939 I* DOUGLASSVILLE Mrs. B. W. Swint Supt. Brown is a very capable S. S. Supt. He is prompt and is very anxious that the record be kept to the top. There were only 49 present Sunday due to the weather and illness in several homes. We are happy to report Caldwell Morriss improving in Texarkana hospital. Little Patsy Blankenship was rushed to Texarkana Saturday but is OK today. Miss Margaret Lewis is reported ill today with the flu. Orders have been received from headquarters that .the juice be turn ed on Wednesday. We hope our lights will be shining soon. The committees for the arrangements and program for the big celebra- tion will meet Tuesday night to discuss the plans. Presiding Elder Nickols of Tex- arkana broug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

. ■l..,<p|iiii 'l'i V * THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mra. J. E. Ellington Faith Without Works It Dead Faith expresses itself in right- eous living. Without works, faith is dead; as the body is dead with- out the spirit. This is the text and the theme of Sunday morning by Rev. L. L. Burkhalter. We are laborers togtther with God. We must work to keep grow ing and going. The gospel is a Gospel of Work. We can not en- visage a man doing no work for Christ. As in the Parable of the Talents, Jesus' reward is to all who labor. "Go into My Vineyard and work." He is seeking us and pro- mises one hundred fold in return. "If any man serve me, him will my Father honor." The people who stand out in the world are those who work. No time to waste or debate. We need to win souls, rather than an argu- ment. Our business is to make plain the way of Salvation and seek to win the lost. A fitting morning pray recited by Dr. Carpentur of Dallas; "Now I get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

immtm n& VF7*K '.•- •' • • '••' ri™ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1939 e Citizens JournalH 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. One Year ?1.00 Si* Months 75 Three Months .50 State aid Foreign: One Year $1.50 Six Months 100 Three Months — 65 SPRINGDALE Mr. J. H. Riley was a Sunday dinner guest in the E. Shelton home. We are very sorry indeed to hear of the death of Mrs. Grady Sunday School and preaching Hufstettler. We extend our sym- services were fine during the week i pathy to the bereaved ones here Bessie Luminus end.l Everyone remember singing Sun day night. Come and be with us. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stanley and children, Mrs. Sovila Roberts, Mrs Lovic Clements, all of Queen City, and Mr. and Mrs. Callie C. Holmes visited Sunday ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

THURSDAY, JANUARY 2ft, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 > i « Atlanta Woman*s Club Met Thursday The Atlanta Woman's Club met Thursday afternoon, January 19 in home of Mrs. David Manning. Mrs. Troy Hill, president, pre- sided over the business meeting at which time the activities of the club were discussed. An announce- ment was made that the club will again present Miss Evelyn Oppcn- heimer in a book review in April. This is an event which all book lovers eagerly look forward to. After the business was concluded Mrs. Gunter England reviewed J'hyllis Bottom's book, "Towers In the Mist." Hostess served delicious refresh- ment plate. Mrs. E. W. Grumbles will enter- tain the club next Thursday Feb. 2 If oman's Council of Christian Church The Woman's Council of the i Christian Church met on January 23, at the home of Mrs. ■ Schaefer, with ten members present. The I president called the meeting to or- der and the secretary called the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

ti'1, IK THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1939 im i 1G HT:: PAt M A"N WEEKLY NEWS LETTER " t6M0RLESSMAN:##;TEHAS/,r-r^ Farm Bite Several Members of Congress from each House prepared and in- troduced a Farm Bill patterned along the line of the Domestic Al- lotment Plan. It would give each farm a quota that could be sold at a fixed price in the domestic market and the remainder sold out side of this country at the world price. It is realized by the .spon- sors that a fanner, under this plan will have every inducement to let his tenants go and produce his farm's quota with machinery, with the aid of such hired help as ab- solutely necessary, at the lowest possible cost, but they are unable to agree on a method of prevent- ing it. The farm problem, with its many complications, is not easy of solu- tion. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace is insisting that the Presi dent call an international cotton conference; that all countries are dissatisfied with the present ...

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