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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, lf>39 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS = OAK GROVE Mr a. Aubrey Pyle Glad to report that Mr. Will Mi- dee has returned from the hospi- tal in Texarkana and is doing fink. Sorry that Mrs. M. C. Griffin continues ill in the home of hflr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ghol- aon. Glad that Miss Maggie Pierce is up again after being confined to EAT KREAM KRUST • BREAD Atlanta's Best BAKED HERE Martin's Bakery Main Street Atlanta, Texas i O enjoy work, a woman must feel well. Cardui aids in build- "g up the whole system by helping women to get more energy from their food—and so increases re- sistance to the strain of functional periodic pain. Try it! her bed for two months. Mrs. Houston Land and two daughters of Cotton Valley, La., spent the past week with her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Yates. Mr. Land joined them for the week- end. Mrs. Allie Mae Truitt of Carters ville was a Thursday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Pyle. Mrs. Frank Cowgill, of Vivian, La...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 January 1939

" . , W > ;•,/ i'.. . ( '-v-' ' • THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1989 w USTIN ' PARAGRAPHS By ABE MAYS Last Wednesday, as you all know by now, Gov. O'Daniel gave his long awaited message to the Legis- lature. The only thing he talked about was pensions in which he very plainly backed up from thirty dollars to everyone over sixty-five to a thirty dollar income for every one over sixty-five. His plan in my way of thinking won't be as good as what we have now, as gross income would count and a man could have a gross income of thirty dollars per month and still not make over five or ten dollars which would cut him off from a pension while someone who had no income would be due a full thirty dollars per month. O'Daniel promised the people thirty dollars for everybody over sixty-five, rich or poor, and now he has backed up and will provide enough to make a thirty dollar in- come to everybody thats in need. His tax plan is a joke and 110 one will introduce it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

— . mm Hkw in — v^' ' . f The Citizens J ournal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR 4-H Club Boys Get Registered Pigs Thirty-five Cass County 4-H Club boys received pigs Saturday, at Linden. The boys got 4 Hamp- shire pige, 5 Chester White, 20 Duroc pigs and 6 Poland China. Talks were made to the boys on the care of the pigs by the Cass ^County Agent, R. L. White. Money #was loaned the boys by the Tex- arkana Productive Credit Associa- tion and its manager, Mr. Kennedy made a talk to the boys on how to build character and credit at the same time. Mr. Lanier of the Association explained how loans were made and Mr. Dee Floyd, of Atlanta, explained how the pigs were selected. Most of the Northern States produce over 85 per cent of their pork, Mr. White explained. "These states use over 100 pounds of meat per capita. From Comparitave stud ies Cass county probably uses less than 50 potfnds of meat per family per year or about 10 pounds per capita per year. These pigs may be an incentive to correct these co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

,,v,f • v' r" ' ' •' ' ■ •'' ' '• f'' .'.'"^y">' "' •"'•':v'i ',' .4 >.■•• /' f'<y '• ' '■' ''r ' ' ' 'V''•■. " ' ■' ^ .'; I- r •'■ «\l - v:.. ' * • ' ■. , V, r THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1989 •; WR I O H tSPAT M A N ' S ^ WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN —TEXAS ^ Discriminatory Freight Rates An unofficial Steering Commit- tee, composed of almost one hun- dred Members of the House from thirty-three States that are dis- criminated against in freight rates organized themselves into a group when Congress first met for the purpose of insisting on the remov- al of these discriminations at this session of Congress. Upon my mo- tion the Hon. Robert Ramspeck of Georgia, was elected Chairman. This group had conferences last session of Congress on this ques- tion and then agreed to organize for action this session. Our group will appear before the Interstate and Foreign Com- merce Committee of the House and jnsist that a bill be reported out at an earl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

'. '>V. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1939 '" v. •*if THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS O n I QUEEN CITY MRS. J. E. ELLINGTON, Editor February Revival Dr. Julian Atwood, pastor First Baptist church, Texarkana, will as- sist Rev. L. L. Burkhalter in a re- vival meeting at Queen City Bap- tist church Feb. 19-26. This iB an announcement of special heart- interest to the people of our com- munity. We have learned of the great work that Dr. Atwood is do- ing in Texarkana. May his spirit of earnest labor become the spirit of Queen City folk. Parent-Teacher Association The PTA met Wednesday evening at the school will a goodly number. President McNeil in chair. Meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. Ben Ellington. A lovely talk by Mrs. J E. Ellington on Adult Education. Each one was urged to seek to make a better PTA. A splendid program was rendered on Music. Influence of Music—Rua Draper Music in the Home—Mrs. Cal Norwood. Music in the School — Evelyn Powell. A number of patriotic songs were son...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

mm hi./':, THURSDAY, february 2, 1989 the citizens journal. atlanta. texas The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter (•sued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—I none 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 65 TODAY"" J STOCK BRID6E HELP comradeship One of the things which makes this newspaper business that I have been following for half a century so fascinating is the friendships one makes among other members of the craft. There is something real and enduring in the comradeship which makes all of us ready to help out a fellow worker in time of need. I happened to be within earshot when Mrs. Lawrence W. Robert, Jr., called for help a few days ago. Mrs. Robert is the wife of a distin- guished engineer, who is also a prominent po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

"U--—i'Vi THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS «*_ $^f*r?*W/yn THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1939 SMSl Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Celebrate Fortieth Wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brock, of Bryans Mill, celebrated their for- tieth wedding anniversary, Janu- ary 29. They were honor guests at a luncheon given by their children. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Burney Hrock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wells and baby, Glynn Brock, Bryans Mill: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Payne and son Buford, of Marietta; Mrs. Jack Walls, De- Kvitt Brock, of Atlanta; Mrs. Jerry ^Brock and daughter Tommie. All left wishing for her many more happy years. o Ellington Memorial Hospital Notes Mrs. J. L. Belate, Bivins, Janu- ary 26, tonsils removed. Hammoc Washington, Linden, January 26, tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harrington, Bloomburg, announce the birth of a daughter, January 27. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bayer, Kil- gore, announce the birth of a daughter, January 27. Paul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

• !♦>• T THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS better for... '/m'wausandwooowom! __ INTERIOR' in i'G LOSS £.5 E M l-G LOSS' This smooth, velvety finish, in either the full gloss or '1 rich eggshell sheen, brings lasting beauty to 1 walls and woodworks It's especially recommended for kitchens and bath- rooms, because you can wash it repeatedly without injury; Dirt, dust, grease, ink-stains—just wash them off! Inexpen- j sive and economical! | Try it today! Only $1-15 Quart ATLANTA ELECTRIC COMPANY Phone 46 Main Street Atlanta CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS Phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 •Residence Phone 302 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 Dr. A. B. Jordan DENTIST General Dentistry - Dental X-ray Office: Ellington Memori...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

^ . _ WM+W-sZ .,. iflfc jgMUwt^jwUmL. fjffiffli!iiWfc rmS{tUiBrw •• ' jh^XroMw¥9S8«i*'"ir^' '"'#v :uW:',',« THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1089 .. j^f ' S; ■■ ■ .1 ■ '«p:,ES'; ' • *L. * <•'-1 ^ ' :y « *1 y-'-' V¥jj** iy iwiMgx' vatot flHi • ft THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS > ELECTRIC RATES REDUCED IN ATLANTA YOUR BILLS FOR ELECTRIC SERVICE SINCE THE FEBRUARY FIRST METER READING WILL BE FIGURED ON NEW AND LOWER RATES The New Rate Means a Saving of 8.1 percent Per Year to Our Atlanta Customers. This Voluntary Reduction Permits Added Use of Electric Service at no Extra Cost COMPARISON OF OLD AND NEW RATES The top block has been reduced 45 percent in com- parison with the rate in effect in 1928. The average bill has been reduced 59 percent and the minimum user now gets 100 percent more light than he did eleven years ago for the same amount of money. The two charts below show your old rates for residential and commercial customers as compared with the new and lower rates. The first c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 February 1939

<f v '■V' f{§W8®0S^i' TBpJw ' /<y " ' !M c'<r ■v. ■ ,■■-*■• v. V 1 - i'43i . !iw'Sm * I ~s. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1939 Tomato Seed Treatment The second control method con- sists of killing the parasites on the seeds. Before planting, tomato seeds should be treated thoroughly by one of the following methods. The seed is to be shaken in a tight container with Cuprocide, 2 per- cent Ceresan, or Semesan Jr. dust at the rate of 12 grains (1-4 tea- spoonful) of poison dust per ounce of seed. This is the rate of 2-5 oz.( of dust per pound of seed. For wet treatment, tomato seed should be soaked with some stirring for 15 minutes in 1-4 per cent solution (1 to 400) of Semesan. Wet treat- ed seed may be planted as soon as it is dry enough. When thorough- ly dry, this and the dust-treated seed can be stored in clean cloth containers for several months. How- ever, it is best to plant the seed soon after it is treated. If seedlings begin to damp-off ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

Citizens journal rvr«?" SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY !) 1939 The Atlanta High School debate team showed promise of another very successful season by taking third place in the boy's division of the Baylor Invitation Tourna- ment at Baylor University, Friday and Saturday, February 3-4. The )best teams in the state were pre- sent at this tournament and out of 100 teams the boy's "A" team composed of L. V. Ray and Ray Goens won third place being de- feated by John Reagan of Houston in the semi-finals. They defeated Malakoff, Kaufman, New London, Gaston, Abilene "B" and Abilene "A" debate teams and were de- feated by San Jacinto and John Reagan. The girl's team composed of Anna Mae Jerome and Mildred Sneed lost four debates in this tournament. Their opponents were some of the best teams in the tournament: San Marcos, Gaston, North Dallas, and Abilene. The boy's "B" team composed of Noah Carter and Joe Brabham won one of four debates in the tournament. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

1 Wm ■B9ir¥j'| ' -it i"" - f, m% W,v- -■., THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY MRS. J. E. ELLINGTON, Editor Our Loos—Atlanta's Gain H, F. McWilliams and family will move aoon to the Don Camer- on cottage, in Atlanta. We can- not express fully our regret in loosing this splendid family from our town. They have contributed largely to the welfare of Queen City and have woven themselves closely into the church,, social and business life of the community. Several years as druggist and Postmaster, Mr. McWilliams ex- emplified honor and benevolence. Using his influence and money for upbuilding and the good of Queen City. In his church he gave his best in service and substance. His many years as Sunday School Superintendent in the Baptist church, endeared him particularly to them. But we join in deep re- gret to see them move. We are glad it is not far away. A wel- come to Queen City shall abide for them. This Weeks Subs. Mrs. Roy Hackney, Queen City. Mrs. W. B. James, Queen Cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

<! I THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1989 • f • .''' . yfBs ■ Vw",''' -■ • ilfef1' *•''•"• 't ■ . ■■%'> * •', '.'jj'v• ■' .. ' •• •if.' * 1^' A'-y'". THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS 't .:•• . ;• r "■ ; . ., , ' % . • .. - ■ . T« " ' ,.7« ANTl NEWS Mrs. C. V. Hill, Reporter Birthday Dinner— Sunday was a happy day for Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hill when their many friends gathered at their home to honor their birthdays. At the noon hour, lunch was served to about 40 guests. Each one left declaring they had enjoyed the day and wishing them many more happy birthdays. Bro. Wommack In Pulpit— Bro. Wommack brought us three wonderful sermons this week end Glad to have visitors with us from different places. Church At Knights Bluff— There will be church at Knights Bluff Sunday p. m. at 2:00 o'clock. Mrs. W. L. Hill is on the sick list this week. Hope she is soon well. Visitors in J. W. Watkins home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harden, Kev. Henry Wommack, Mrs. Clyde Watkins and children. Charl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

ym THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARYS' . JB8 I 1 C I I t< Sunday Met Friday county BTU associa- The beautiful home of Editor g of Enon Association and Mrs. Harrell was the place the First Baptist church j chosen for the outstanding meet- A last Sunday afternoon. in8 of the Atlanta Garden Club. 3 Ruth Olive, of Linden, is the Mrs. O. L. Smith and Mrs. N. P. president | Manner were co-hostesses. Rev P, F. Squyres was elected! The President, Mrs. Bob Howe, pastor advisor. A nominating com-1 was, gracious in her opening re- mittee was selected to recommend : m®rks on ^ alentine, U. Meet]Atlanta (Garden Club^Atlanta Woman's Club Met Thursday Mrs. E. W. Grumbles was hos- tess to the Atlanta Woman's club the needed officers at the next ses- sion which will meet in Linden, March 5. A. G. Pritchett, the educational director of Kilgore, was principal speaker here last Sunday afternoon He brought a wonderful message on the importance of scripture reading Mr. Pritchett ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1989 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poBtoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 A USTIN PARAGRAPHS By ABE MAYS I fully enjoyed my week end visit home last week and want to thank those who came out to hear me speak on state issues. It is my sin- cere desire to represent the peo- ple of Cass county in the way they would have me do, realizing that important issues are going to arise •which they will know nothing about unless I inform them. 1 try there- fore to keep you informed so you may give me your ideas and wishes so 1 may better represent you. The first truck load limit bill comes up for a hearing before a committee in the Senate tonight. Hundreds of people from all over Texas are here to fight for the re- moval of these restrictions which are doing more damage to the eco- nomic welfare of Texas than any measure ever passed by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

i n 9 S JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS irix News From The County SuptH NOTICE TEACHERS . In a recent letter from Miss Ed- gar Ellen Wilson, State Director ol Elementary Education, the fol- lowing points of interest were stressed. By publishing in part the statements made by Miss Wil- son, n\any questions will be ans- wered for teachers. Quoting: "On page 3, section III, Item 1. Training of Teachers. You will please give attention to this special requirement. A tea- cher in a school expecting to be standardized this year must have completed three years of college training or have a permanent cer- tificate issued prior to September 1, 1925, unless said teacher taught in a standardized school one or both of the past two school years. Many teachers and trustees write and ask "will a permanent certifi- cate based on two years of college work fill this requirement?" The answer is "no". The only perma- nent certificate within itself that is considered as meeting the re- quirement is the old one t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

■ ~7rr. SHKMEra; THURSDAY, FEBBUARY 9, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOUBNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 36 Years of Building On a Sou ml Foundation Southwestern Life Reports for M93S its Greatest Gain in Assets SX.777-727 Measure the Company's Increase in Financial Strength During 1938 by Comparing the Two Columns of Figures Below: mm f K) O Statement of Condition (Unpaid Premiums IVTot Included) ASSETS Decomhor til Deoombor ill 1937 103o *U. S. Government Bonds . . . . . . $11,386,665.62 $12,369,768.05 *Texas State, County and Municipal Bonds . . 10,666,835.34 14,296,401.34 Public Utility and Corporation Bonds . . 2,662,581.62 2,711,302.32 First Mortgage Loans on Texas Real Estate .... . . 13,179,559.92 12,820,349.85 1,475,000.00 1,498,290.95 399,652.25 1,375,738.84 Reinsurance Premiums Paid in Advance . . 191,386.00 114,940.00 Interest on Investments Accrued But Not Yet Due . . . . 708,364.53 664,775.64 Unpaid Mortgage Interest . . 26,731.66 60,137.78 Loans Against Cash Value of Policies . . 12,465,386....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 9 February 1939

' .S'V-Y"''.'' ' nVv - • !#§ JANUARY 26, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■* si I! 1 'K, jown Eye-sight Specialist Coming To Atlanta To Open Part Time Office, February 16-17 and lStk|Hji|^H Dr. E. W. Frankenstein, of Dal las, one of the most widely known Optometrists in the state is to pay Atlanta a visit once each month in the practice of his chosen profes- sion. He is a very busy man and has every calendar day of the month, Sundays excepted, schedul- ed. Dr. Frankenstein was in Atlanta last week, making arrangements with the Miles Drug Company for office space. Dr. Frankenstein comes highly recommended to the Miles Drug Store, from several of his offices located in East Texas. He is a licensed Optometrist and has been practicing in East Texas for more than thirty years and he is gener- Mrs. Emma Wommack Dies Mrs. Emma Wommack, 74 of near Mareitta died Tuesday of last week and was buried Wednesday afternoon in Oak Ridge cemetery, Marietta. Mrs. Wommack is survived by a lar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

\< . " : . ■ ■ ":'f -p1 . ' : The Citizens Journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 193!) NUMBER SIX i J Wild Life Board Holds Meeting The Willi Life Planning Board of Cass county held a splendid meeting Monday in the County Agents office at Linden, with rep- resentation from different sec- tions of the county. The following officers were elect ed: T. R. Richey, Atlanta, President. Dr. H. L. D. Jenkins, Hughes Springs, Vice President. Howard Carney, Atlanta, Secretary. Chris Nelson, Hughes Springs, Treas. The Planning Board consists of around 25 men from every section of the county. The meeting was attended by O. H. Eichblott, asst. Reginal Game Manager and Hugh Ashford, Game Warden, who made talks explain- ing the Wild Life preserves and the work being done by the Game Management Commission over the state to restock Cass county with plenty 6f Wild Game, fish, etc. There is now between 80 to 90 thousand acres of land in the game preserve in Cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

<.v■*• uv. OA«£MA!«(MjS*fc£&iWt •<,.,> AY, FEBRUARY 16, 1939 I ... f THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS ::A WEN CITY MHS. J. E. ELLINGTON, Editor Queen City F. F. A.— The Queen City F. F. A. boys visited Mr. Farrow's orchard last week. We saw how the trees were pruned and how they should be cared for. Mr. Wallace the man ager of the orchard was very nice in showing and telling us about many diseases that attacks an orch ard, and he also gave us informa- tion as to how to combat them. We also visited hot beds, in which peppers, cabbage and onion plants were being grown, and we were informed that Mr. Farrow shipped these plants to all parts of the United States. On returning home we visited the stock sale at Douglassville, and drew the conclusion, that it is a great help to the surrounding com- munities. The trip was enjoyed by every- one who attended, and much good gotten from the trip. Revival Next Sunday— Repeating for emphaisis the call for our special concern in th...

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