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

THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■ €ass County District Court Proceedings Criminal! Docket State vs. Will Stephens, L. K. Williams, Cleavon Williams, theft of chickens, each given two years suspended sentence. State vs. Clyde Lummus, ope- rating car while intoxicated, $50 fine and five days in jail. State vs. Edward Surratt, ope- rating car while intoxicated— State vs. Tom Heath, posses- sion unstamped liquor, jury ver- dict, 15 days in jail. State vs. M. Hamick, posses- sion untaxed liquor, trial before judge and given 30 days in jail. State vs. B. B. Johnson, posses- sion untaxed liquor, given 30 days in jail. State vs. Theo Williams, petty theft, given 3 months in jail each • two cases. State vs. Reed Royal, pistol, verdict not guilty by jury. Civil Docket Myrtis Byrd Wiggins vs. Hor- ace Wiggins, divorce granted, plaintiff's former name of Myrtis Byrd restored. Exparte Prentiss Thornton, or- der removing disabilities as minor Exparte Mrs. Pauline Wall...

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

stein Latest Device mmws - pmpft THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS A .V'-'.T !?W THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1989 tainty the amount of corneal astig- matism and its axis. This information is of the great- eat value in correctly' prescribing glasses. The Opthalmometer is only one of the many modern instruments UBed by Dr. Frankenstein, to assure you of properly fitted glasses for whatever optical condition you may have. Dr. Frankenstein will be in his Atlanta office March 21 to 25. Always in Atlanta the third week of each month. 7-2tc Preston Smith Fatally Injured Preston Smith, 31, of F. F. A. Enters Milk Contest The local F. F. A. Chapter plan- ned to enter the Milk Judging con- test to be held at Sulphur Springs Saturday, March 4. The boys that In line with his policy of keep- ing his office equipped with the Hughes Springs, was fatally injured Sun- J are on the team are Harold Clay- day evening when run over by L. ton, Paul Harwell and Raymond & A. freight train just west of i Grif...

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

lf;SK V " ' •■>' '.:'.:yV , I ■ i ' •••■ &:■: W:'i1 Citizens Journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1939 NUMBER NINE Exhibition Game, Texas Leaguers, Here April 7 The coming event of 1939 for Atlanta, is the exhibition game of the Texas League to be played^here Friday, April 7th, between the Shreveport and Dallas clubs. The v game is to be called at 3 p. m. at ) the new athletic stadium, just com pleted at a cost of over $25,000.00, which gives Atlanta one of the best baseball fields in Texas. An estimat <*(1 crowd of between four and five thousand fans wili attend this game—the first league game to be played in this coming little city. Three years ago, Atianta was a town of 1682, and since that time has grown to near five thou- sand mark, and still growing. There has been spent close to a million dollars in new homes, new business property, new schools and churches, hospitals, theatres, parks, extension to water works and sewer age, pavin...

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

Ip-fr^ ■«« THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1989 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell The message delivered by Rev. William E. Hull at the Methodist church Sunday morning, was based upon Acts 2:37-38. Men and bre- thern, "What Shall We Do?" The subject, "The Way Out." The Jews who crucified Jesus found themselves in terrifying: plight when they realized that the Christ they crucified had become the jresurrected Lord and the giver of power sufficient for all the needs of the human family. Peter was able to tell the crucifiers of Jesus what to do because the Disciples themselves had passed through an experience of repentance and re- demption. There is no problem in our day that doesn't have its rise from the same sources as the prob lem of that day. The way "but is just as plain for us as for them. Repentance and the receiving of the gift that God constantly holds out—the gift of His Spirit. The evening message was on the "Council of God." "I council you to buy of me gold...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1989 V THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS WR i'GHTH.P:AfMA:N E W^iiETTE It ^CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS; — Vs Farm Proposals A strenuous effort is being made to repeal the Commodity Credit Corporation Act. Its re- peal would prevent loans being made on cotton and other basic commodities. The present law compels a loan of at least 52 per cent of the parity price of cotton, which is about 8.31 cents per pound at this time. Although this price floor for cotton is low, it is better than no floor at all and the price of cotton would be greatly reduced were it not for this compulsory loan feature. The cost-of-production would al- low all the farmers to produce all they wanted to. They would be allowed the cost of production on a percentage of their crop. In other words, if 10,000,000 bales are produced and the Secretary of the Treasury should decide that 5,000,000 bales would be consum- ed in America, each farmer would be allowed to sell 50 percent of his crop for the domestic...

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

f-'-V THE CTT1ZEXS JOUSXAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 193* - CHAPEL Magic City Awaits Visiting Millions - ® s II akhach haar, fr-.o. taw ♦tf Vw *a£ ase taut. Itasagtaqp car. the M* gw d «aa« (art that M-a** hac. am* mm with Gwl The Lwas * a5 with a fo««d pragraas; garveaa Caa*r ia. m gmoir- EaLSitrv. km ht*a sat* f«r mtaefcSM. G£ad ihey art s&aagas The ataxy friraa? here ttf Mr*.. Sat Hu4 Eaaxaag. «tf 1. i i wSi fat gaad I* kaaa- thai saw- it beGUv *fur a jd-.tss arcana* —a*m. Satarday a gr>aj fwaa here sarpriacd Mrs. Tasc Tate. sff O- Fatrml y® her frntti &ay, snr giasy u hex hitae atacl eatrjuug a weL | prepared hmci ux. gifts. Thwt gviag were Mis. W. E. MnG&y, : Mfr- E_ P. BiiaMmn. Mr!- iL S. Behettaoa, Hau Kinhutaim. Mrs. Eliaar Feroae. Mrs- BritA <j nsffas Mis. Asa S'Aesi, Mrs. A. D. Mar- tss* Mri H«md Chesser. J. E Ghceacr, Fa> e at*- JLaj;* SSeweaa In ihii tiwf w* aaa sets of ] tr-a: J. E. CSiesBW and Mrs. Tat* *aa Faye an; Mijt S«wa> graad-das...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1989 CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 McLeod W. M. S. Has Silver Tea The McLeod W. M. S. met Tues day, February 28, in the home of Mrs. J. H. Walker. The following Mission program was given: Theme: "Go Forward in Faith." Leader, Mrs. J. D. Betts; Song, The Women's Hymn ; Devotional, Mark 11:22-25, John 1:12, Eph. 6:- 12-18, John 14:16-17 by Mrs. J. D. Betts; Directed prayer by Mrs. J. D. Betts "Work among the Italians" Mrs. J. H. Patman; MWork among the Indians" Mrs. . A. Heskett; Directed prayer, Mrs. J. A. Heskett; "Our French Work in Louisiana," Mrs. Carl Brown; Song "Throw Out the Life Line"; Closing Prayer, Mrs. W. A. Barber. A Silver Tea was given in the home of Mrs. J. H. Walker, Tues- day afternoon, February 28. The Bridal Shower For Mrs. W. T. Lyle Mrs. Hardy Lyle and Mrs. A. V. Rachel entertained for Mrs. W. T. Lyle Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hardy Lyle, the courtesy taking the form of a miscelaneous...

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

ANTl NEWS Mr«. C. V. Hill, Reporter Come to Singing Had quite a few out to singing Sunday night, but would like to Shreveport Highway HOT BARBECUE PLATES HOME MADE CHILI You'll Appreciate the Difference. R. H. PRICE Anything and Everything Atlanta, — Phone 12 Sick ? Can't get well. Don't give up. Go any hour, day or night, to DRS. KING & PORTER CHIROPRACTORS Home office: Porter Residence, 4th house east side William st., south of East Texas Motor company. King Residence: south side Linden hiway, 3 miles west Atlanta, Texas Examinations & Consultations Free HOME CALLS MADE! have had more. Please dont let our singing be a drag. Come and boost for our community. All visitors are welcome to sing with us every Sunday night. Preaching Saturday Night. Rev. R. H. Wommack brought us three wonderful sermons dur- ing the week-end. Had good at- tendance at each service. The church voted in conference Sun- day for half-time preaching each month. Rev. Wommack will preach here on the first...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1*89 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS bryans mill Mrs. J. V. Allen, Reporter Sunday School and B. T. U. were not so well attended Sunday, even though it was a beautiful day. There is lots of sickness in the community, which accounts for part of it. Next Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night, are our regular preaching dates and lets everyone be present to hear .that good message our pastor has in store for us. Those on the sick list this week are Mrs. Roy Law and two chil- dren; Miss Juanita Stewart and Lindle Wayne Stewart. We hope for them a speedy recovery. Miss Ava Skelton of Linden FLOUR You'll Appreciate the Difference. R. H. PRICE Anything and Everything Atlanta, — Phone 12 spent last Wednesday night with her parents, Mr. and MrB. Charley Skelton. Mr. Will Stewart and J. V. Al- len made a business trip to Linden Wednesday afternoon of last week. Miss Mildred Harkie, who tea- ches at Bright Star, Ark., spent this past week-end with her par- ents, Mr. and...

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

'■* " THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 193!) ville H.D.C. of H. D. C. met in a meeting Thursday, March 2, with seven members present. Each member answered roll call with her timely event. As the sec- retary was absent no minutes were read. The year books were filled out and are to be sent to each member. Mrs. Ollie Carlow gave a very interesting report of council Four members from our club will attend council in March, as the Naples bus stops for them, Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Narramore will go in March with Mrs. Ollie Car- low and Mrs. Swint. Miss Judd or Mr. Carney will be asked to meet with us on March 23rd or 30th. There will be a flower and seed exchange at our next club meet- ing on March ICth, Miss Murry will demonstrate "The background of the living room." A shower for the unfortunate will be held at this meeting. A miscellaneous shower has been sug gested. Each club member is to can ten jars of fruit for community fair. The best 10 jars to be sent to the...

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

m 'i : it'W ■J& SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 193!) NUMBER TEN Golf Fans To Build Clubhouse The members of the Indian Hills Golf Club in a meeting Friday nite March 10 voted to build a club house to cost around $3,500.00, on the golf course, two miles west of Atlanta on highway 47. Work will be started soon as plans and speci- fications can be drawn. )It was voted that no outside aid would be solicited, except through sale of private memberships. The price of membership will bo $50.00 for a limited time after which the price will advance to $75.00. The following committee chair- men were appointed: li. S. Allday, building; R. C. Hardy, membership; Wilton Fridge, rules; A. J. Old, grounds. Lee Warren has the plans and blue prints almost completed. The design of the house is early Amer- ican. The floor plan includes a large banquet hall, large screen porch, front porch, mens and ladies shower and locker rooms, kitchen, cloak room and game room. ...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 Hi I I I I I I QUEEN CITY Mm. J. G. Dell Sunday Sdwol Party The Willing Workers were enter tained in home of Mr*. Joe Roach with Mr*. Bernard McNeil, co- hoatesa. Motion was made and car- ried that the ladies of this class meet at home of Mr*. Jame Barnes Friday, 17, for a quilting, each lady to bring a covered dish. During hour numerous games and contest* were enjoyed. A lovely plate of sandwiches, cake, pickles and punch was served to 13 mem- bers and two visitors. -—QC— B. W. M. U. The W. M. S. met Monday p.m., with Mrs. E. E. Griffin as hostess. Mission leader, Mrs. Ben Ellington . Mrc had cnarite of program. "The Great several times in Queen Cit>. Mrs Commission — Our Mission and Ellington is now at Fort Teaching" was the subject. Devo- Ha., but will later go to .Irs tional led by Mrs. Davidson in a Loggins at West Columbia. splendid way. Mesdames Goodson,1 -"*■£- Griffin, McAlister and Ratcliff on j Joyce La \ er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

I Jw., e ... ,r. THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS HUFFINES Ruth Driskell, reporter Church and singing was well attended Sunday and Sunday night We were proud to have Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hall and children, Mr. Claud Harris, Miss Mazzie Ray Harris, Mr. Clyde Phillips all of Walnut Hill. All visitors are wel- come each Sunday night. Rev. Hall and Sam Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Waites and daugh ter Wilma, Mrs. Charley Hasley and daughters, Misses Ruth and Estelle Driskell, Evans Murph visited the Walnut Hill singing class Sunday afternoon, each re- ported a nice time and plenty of good singing. iviaurine Parker spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bob Ellis. Mrs. Frank Hall of Gladewater is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Rice, Mrs Ada Rape, Mrs. Georgo Fields and two children Mr. and Mrs. Estel Williams was Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Williams. Miss Estelle McDuff, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel McDuff were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

wr ■ ::wf: to tk THE cmZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 « s. dm Meeting •*— linw Joyaer was the grme HV *1* ImMiw fwrwwd to Mfltt w«£*I to twirty-Aiw of the Ideal Sunday SchooJ Wednesday eight. March R. Heretofore w* ha** wet as a ctub but at this meeting the club? ■ And hereafter the 108 Students Listed (hi Roll For Six Weeks am Smyrna 4-H Club .. ** ^ *to*k Maw fcot*.v* Marry ONwty **■«> wwrthwhite, jftton* CNNMMMMNiHi Agwst, «*-, Sandwiches. wtffw and cake s*m e<i « <a~ csufe «• ™ rr* served by Miss** Aliw S*wtk : «*«* Frwlaj Mardu w*& 2? , . . ~ * Ei~ « «*,« r.™ imk JJ-* .... _ > «« ! « iW «] "• ! !"«•*« !T«« w *1, ^ JKV<1>1 0,^,^ afxn&sr sr re £; ctr« —x— *- w«*J ~ -j—- - ** ^ Bart^. *2*1 * T*"* « * J*?** R*?*M*e*—WiUse Rro*m ^ ** ** * ^ Recreation Leader-—Betty J.v Bui- *** 15 1* grammar school the third Orphan Demonstrator — EN* '•*"** * * lf* *** Sftcv'*d Rati, Glass. ^ and she first grade had U. committees have bee® appointed. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

-^r-i THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Atlanta Woman*8 Club Elects A most enthusiastic meeting of the Atlanta Woman's Club was held Thursday, March 9, in the home of Mrs. R. E. Florence, with Mrs. Lee Warren, as hostess. The house was very beautifully decorated with spring violets, hy- cinths and narcissi. During the business session, directed by Mrs. Hill, the annual reports of officers and chairmen were read and adopted. The • treasurer's report,' revealing the club's financial status was most gratifying. The election of officers, which was the chief consideration of business resulted as follows; Presi dent, Mrs. Hershel Hanner; Vice- president, Miss Ruth McClung; Recording secretary, Mrs. Wade Aday; Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Morris Battle; Treasurer, Mrs. Joe Nichols; Critic-Parlia- mentarian, Mrs. H. R. King; Re- porter, Mrs. Paul Allen; Federa- tion-Councelor, Miss Evelyn Pow- ell; Historian-Librarian, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

V.;\ 1 iI'4K ,'! tMft. *& T;> ' JjmJ*K . ' ' / THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1989 < \.m .v The Citizeis Jtinal J. W. HARWELL. Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postofflce in Atlanta, Texan, as second-class mail matter, limed Thursday of each week—269 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 76 Six Months 100 Three Months 60 Three Months 06 A USTIN PARAGRAPHS By ABE MAYS Last week again I was so busy I didn't get a chance to write my story as I was on a committee to investigate the Board of Hairdres sers, and Cosmetologists and the hearing lasted until 2 o'clock Tues day night and the last train on which i could get the letter off on left out at 11 o'clock. I should have written sooner but always like to wait until the last minute so as to give you the lat- est news. The House now has for consid- eration a Tax ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

; I. .V %.'il;|^pf' „ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 1«, 1089 PECIAL hile They Last HOE 25c can sell you a hoe and idle for the price of a idle. Come in and see our iplete line! 0NT BRUSHES ■N THE BEST PAINT you con buy l'l give you the best results—un- i you use good brushes. We ry a complete line oi excellent shes. Have lull, strong bristles— solidly into bandies—carry aty ol paint. JSHES FOR OUTSIDE WALLS— inside walls—floors—woodwork. ■%0R HARDWARE HERE ARE USUALLY A FEW lOORS in every home that need ew littingr. Hinges are worn— ocks are out ol order- —or knobs iro off. It will pay you to come n now and make your selection rom our stock. ViNDOWS and SASH Vhatevtr you may need in th my of windows or sash, we ave them here. All high quality, lade from fine, clear Pine and llazed with good, clear glass, foil will be surprised at the sub- tanlial saving you can make. )ur slocks aie complete. lOOFING SPECIALS \, F YOU ARE PLANNING TO UT A NEW ROOF ON YOUR IOM£....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

. • v i '•/ . ' 885 *• Sffti-ddNflPlft ,'®fc MaMMaMnaniMiiHIMMMHttiiial jjagg5 ■ ^S6£889SS6IN' r> "■■, ■■: • # , pspv -- :si tV-v:.'v « IPs® ■ THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Father-Son Bantidet Marietta, Enjoyed A most enjoyable affair of Mon day evening, March 6, was the annual Father and Son Banquet, given by the Marietta Chapter of the Future Fanners of America. The guests were greeted at the ^entrance by the girls of the music class who were dressed in lovely frocks of pastel shades. After having flowers pinned on their coat lapels the guests were con- ducted to a school room to en- joy a period of conversation before time to eat. The tables which were placed in the auditorium of the school build- ing were made more attractive by low bowls of spring flowers. The F. F. A. emblem was the decora- tion on the program place cards which were tied with blue and gold ribbon the official colors of the F. F. A. Of further interest in the decoration scheme...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS UNION CHAPEL Mra. Howard Chesser Sunday School was well attend- ed last Sunday. Several were ab- sent from League due to illness. Wo deeply sympathize with Mrs. Jodie Bryan and family in the loss of her mother, Mrs. Brewer, who died Thursday, March 9th. Burial was in the Marietta cemetery, Fri- day afternoon. Mrs. Koy Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Frost, is seriously ill at her home in Bryans Mill. Mr. Herbert Robertson and Hunt are ill with the flu. Mrs. W. E. McCoy is ill also. Several from here attended the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth •inday. The Rev. O. F. Zimmerman, of Neches, Texas, is preaching in a revival at the First Methodist church, this week. Mrs. Zimmer- man is visiting their daughter, Mrs. Nash Shelley, of Piano. Kidwell Robinson, of the U. S. Navy writes, when his ship docks at Houston, in April, he hopes to make a visit home. It will be his first visit since he enlisted in Sep- tember 1937. PINEY G...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 March 1939

m, THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS t*. mmmmm Y ' THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1989 Your Child Absent From School? The following appeal comes from principal Paul F. Allen of the lo- cal high school. Expert Radio SERVICE Gets Results! Our long experience with all makes of radios, our modern testing equipment enables us to make your set work as it should When you call us you can be sure of immediate and lasting results. All work and parts are guaranteed! ASK OUR CUSTOMERS! PHONE 80 BURKE'S Radio Shop Expert Radio Service! Located: 'A'llday Furniture Store "In an effort to cut down ab- sences from school, especially on Fridays, we are trying the plan of publishing the, names of all students who are absent on each Friday. We selected Friday as the day for a general check up be- cause, first, most students whc have bad attendance habits are al sent on Fridays; second, man} patrons are prone to consider Fr day as a very convenient and ac ceptable day to keep childrei from school, since it is c...

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