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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

The Citizens Journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 NUMBER ELEVEN Famous Bandit Car To Exhibit Here The "Death Car" in which Clyde Barrow, once public enemy No. 1, and his sweetheart Bonnie Par- ker, met their death, which ended the ghastly, bloody career of two of the United States' most no- torious members of the gangster world, will be on display at the Atlanta Motor Co., show room in Atlanta, from 1 p. m. till !) p. m. The bandit car will be brought to Atlanta through the courtesy of the Atlanta Motor Co., and will be exhibited free to the pub- lic. The "Death Car" is now on a nation wide tour, working in con- junction with the president in a nation wide drive to prevent crime. With this exhibition, a lecture will be given by C. Wiley Stanley and Everett Fillingham, national- ly known lecturers and long con- nected with the National Anti- Crime Association. A brief talk will be given at the car, explain- ing what happened at the time the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

" "T— ■, feVAi ;• MfflRlil *1 .!)■.■<•> If- THK CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS I r . I I ■<?<&: M i SPECIAL This Week! One 6x9 and One 9x13 Felt Base ART SQUARE both for only $5.50 BATHROOM FIXTURES HERE IS A REAL OPPORTUNITY to modernize that old bathroom at small cost. Our complete line of new, modern bathroom equip- ment has been marked down for this sale. Chromium plated fau- cets—mirror dooi wall cabinets— towel racks—soap dishes—clos- ets — bath tubs — every modern bathroom requirement. MANILA ROPE WE HAVE SO MANY DIFFERENT KINDS and sizes oi tops in stoclt. that it would be impossible to list them all in this space. Our Manila lope is made ot 100% pure oiled Manila fibors-ilexible under most severe conditions—meets U. S.. Gov erament broaking stram specific^ tions. From V\ inch up to IV2 incn— A real bargain.' NAIL BARGAINS au nails look pretty much alike but there is a real dilior- ence in them—depending _ on the aualitv of the wire trom which they are made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, U89 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell Mrs. 0. S. Adams has been with her brother in a Texarkana hosp- ital for severay days, he having been injured in a car wreck last week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Davison have purchased the house recently built by Homer Stanley on a lot that he bought from Miss Adell Hall. They are moving in this week. Thurman Draper of Barksdale Field, Shreveport visited in Queen City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pierce and daughters, and Miss Virginia Franklin and Mrs. Zora Davis of Prescott, Ark. and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Turnage and children of Tex arkana, Texas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Turnage. Sorry to hear of the illness of Mr. Tom Allen. Subscribe for the Citizens Journal o ★ Health and energy ★★ more horsepower ★★★ lower feeding costj RED CHAIN ALCOM67"the result of improved feeding methods, is a com- plete balanced ration. Ideal for worl: animals, breeding stock and saddle horses. Highly digestible, Alco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

flpl l y, MPL,W««. IM W Y<HW n... " *. V■> ' '• ■ • • • • v ,•' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1989 $ McLeod Ladies Club The McLeod home demonstration club met Friday ia the home of Mrs C. R. Cates. Meeting opened with dob song. Mrs. M. D. Humphrey, president, presided. Roll called and minutes were read and reports from officers given. Plans were discussed more about community clean-up day. Will be sometime $ next month. Rubbish that can not be disposed of by burning, place by the wayside in boxes, barrels or sacks where it can be picked up. Will report the day later. Meeting was turned over to Miss Rebecca Murray, our county agent, who gave an interesting demonstra tion on The Background of a Living Room. At the conclusion of meet- ing hostesses served delicious re- freshments which represented St Patrick's day to the following guests and members: Mesdames M. D. Humphrey, W. A. Barber, G. W| Mother-Daughter Annual Banquet Held Eighty-five mothers, da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

. ^ tw- ,, '•7-v • • -X;;v- r • v «■■' r$>■"?'••' •;« ■•Ir THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, ft Sunshine Class The Sunshine Class met for their regular monthly social in the Sunday school room, the even- ing of March 21st, with Mrs. Ruth McWilliams, Mrs. Jewel Nichols and Mrs. Doris White as hostess- es. The room was gorgeously ar- ranged in daffodils, narcissus, pansies and violets. The business meeting was call- ed to order and led by the presi- dent, Mrs. White. The session was opened by prayer by Mrs. Cameron. Mrs. 0. It. Taylor brought a most striking devotion- al on "Friendship," using the 15th chapter of St. John as the base for the topic. All reports were given and the sick list were re- membered. The class regretted very much hen Mrs. Cameron resigned and ,11 hope that she will soon be able to resume her place as teacher. The meeting was brought to a close with a prayer by Mis." Dees. The hostesses entertained by an old fashioned spelling match, Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939- BRYANS MILL Mrs. J. V. Allen, Reporter Sunday School and B. T. U. were not so well attended this past Sun- day due to the continued illness in our community. Hope by ne*t Sun- day everyone will be well and will manifest their enterest by coming out to hear Bro. Pearee who will fill his regular appointment Satur- day night Sunday and Sunday night Mrs. Roy Law who has been seriously ill for several weeks is improving rapidly, their two child- ren who were sick are also able to be up. Castle Shreveport Highway HOT BARBECUE PLATES HOME MADE CHILI Mrs. Buck Henaon, Rannie Smith and Van Thomas Brock have been added to the sick list the past week Their many friends hope for them a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harrison of Nash, Texas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Osie Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Henson were also visitors in the Osie Smith home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Margin Lee of Jeffe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

1 I 11 o "J, - . <r •. ; •"'"ll ' ' •': " • " ' • ■" y' A-.- :'' ' ' ' ' ' ' WtSsSS® " *•' EX W, - ' I> I , T; . ' J-. Vi flHW .. '* . ' , . ■ ',..1 g''I,' • ■ *'}' •'/■ ■ > I • ' Kh> ■>*, • ■ lti, • / / • r * v ,. ■ —~— ' == THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1939 RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON! SENSA- TIONAL OF BROKEN SIZES, SHORT LOTS, AND SPECIAL PURCHASE MERCHANDISE! PLAN YOUR NEEDS FOR THE SEASON AND SAVE! In keeping with our policy to serve you at all times with the freshest and newest merchandise obtainable, we have combed our entire stock from stem to stern. We have assembled all of our broken sizes and short lots and offer them at tremendous Savings to you! Furthermore, we've added many "Special Purchase Items" to this Bargain Festival! A SENSATION! MEN'S SUITS All wool worsteds in weights that you can wear NOW! Light or Dark, regularly $19.75. SALE PRICE $9.90 One Rack Of Broken Sizes MEN'S Overalls or Jumpers Regular 79c values ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 March 1939

MARCH 28. 1939 N CHAPEL Mm. Howard Chetuer 1 1*3 I* : l 1 \ 4' 1 I S-' 1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ed, with a number of visitors. Rev. Everett filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and evening. The League had a good program Sunday School was well attend-1 prior to the preaching hour on "Je- OPPORTUNITY! Good agency contract for right party, unlimited possi- bilities, salary plus commission in Atlanta and vicinity. WAYNE H. ENGLAND Gen. Agent Guarantee Mutual Life Co. 4th floor Texarkana National Bank Building TEXARKANA, U. S. A. ON EXHIBITION 1 p.m., 'til 9 p.m. SATURDAY MARCH 25 ATLANTA MOTOR CO Sales FORI) Service Phone 72, Atlanta, Texas SEE THE BULLET RIDDLED CLYDE BARROW BONNIE PARKER \ sus' Idea of God." Rev. Everett and family were Sunday guests in the Henry Robin- son home. Rev. Zimmerman, who was to preach in a revival at Hughes Springs last week had to return to his home at Neches due to ill- ness. He will hold the meeting later. Guests of Mrs. Lill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

JMg* Citizens Jour SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 193!) NUMBER TWELVE 1938 Soil Checks Are Received The Cass County Agricultural Conservation Office of Linden, Texas, has received approximately 1800 Soil Conservation Checks amounting to about $98,000. These checks have been carried over the county in accordance with the sche dule outlined in the notices mailed to producers in order that they might receive their checks at the most convenient place. All checks of this group .that are not delivered on this itinerary will have to be called for at Lin- den. It is very essential that these checks be delivered immediately as they cannot be held by this office more than 21 days after the date that they were received. Motion and Criminal Week, District Court Next week is the last week of this term of court, which will be motion and criminal week. Two murder cases have been set for trial, Thursday, April G: State vs. David Garner, murder, special venire of 4...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

insti 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, inued 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 $100 One Year $1.60 Six Months 75 Six Months - I-00 Three Months - 60 Three Months .... 65 K ;■ W, 1 > H V F F1N E S Ruth Driskell, reporter Church services this week end was not attended so well, due to the bad weather, but everyone was proud to see a good rain. Those on the sick list this week are. D. Y. McKinney, Jr., Bob Mc- Duff, Tommy Waylon Driskell. Hope for them a speedy recovery. Maurine Parker was Thursday visitor of Vena Mae Yates. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Parker and family spent Sunday in the Burl Harding home. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. McDuff were: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Daniel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Horace...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 rv: mpfwSESw## * 'f V- ^Sf*; t(- ' .; -.p. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS © QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell Evangelism through the witness ■of Christian character and Influence was the theme of Pastor L. L. Burkhalter in his morning sermon at the Baptist Church, last Sun- day. A transformed, developing, glowing Christian life, is the best possible testimony for Christ. It is the Gospel for the eye, or through the eye. Many who never hear the Gospel will be compelled to see it, in the Holy character and self-giving service of consecrated Christians. An argument or a ser- mon may be controverted, but not so a good life. Such Christians are most likely to be the ones that will persevere, even through a period j of years, to win a loved one or i friend to faith in Christ. Barnabas | was such a Christian—"a good I man, and full of the Holy Spirit and of faith: and many people was added to the Lord." The evening theme was: "When I ° Gold Chain rLOllHt FIRST CHOIC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 1939 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 ft " Thursday Study Club Met March 28 The Thursday Study Club met in the home of Mrs. N. P. Hanner, March 23, with Mrs. Jack Oakes as hostess. Each member answered roll call with "A Poem Thrft Has Meant Much to Me." The program sub- ject was Poets Made Famous by a Single Poem. Mrs. H. C. O'Neal, leader gave a short sketch of the lives of Alan Seegar and Joyce Kilmer. Mrs. Ed Rabb then read the poems "I Have A Rendezvous With Death," by Seegar, and "To A Young Poet Who Killed Him- self," by Kilmer. Mrs. Maurice Pow ell sang "Tree," by Kilmer, accom- panied at the piano by Mrs. Joe McClung. Mrs. O'Neal gave sket- ches of the lives of Christopher Morley and Stephen Vincent Benet. Mrs. Rabb read poems by each, "Rain After a Vaudeville Show," and parts of "The Mountian Whip- per-will." Round table discussion followed with similarity and dif- ferences between these poets. A salad cours...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

f*. ■< THURSDAY^ MARCH 30, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS bryans mill Mrs. J. V. Allen, Reporter There was a good crowd at Sun day School and church Sunday, considering the rainy weather. Everyone was thankful for the rain however, since the gardens and crops were beginning to need water. The sickness in our community seems to be ceasing. No new cases have been reported this week. Miss Josephine Williams, our P. T. A. president, called a meet- ing last Thursday afternoon to make plans for the County Coun- cil, which is to meet with us on members present. Committees were appointed as follows: Food, forty two and Chinese checkers, while others played games on the Mrs. Osie Smith, Mrs. A. Jones, lawn. After several hours of fun Mrs. Homer Abston and Mrs. J. V. Allen; Courtesy committee, Mrs. Cluster Stack, Mrs. Ramie Smith and Miss Merle Taylor and Preparation committee, Mrs. Har- dy Lee Smith, Mrs. Osie Smith and Mrs. J. V. Allen. Please keep the date in mind. Every P. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

JJvvfV-' * 1 IBfeP !l 1 H 1 ' i'M It i 3j i j IY, MARCH 80,1939 '• i * rf I ''f*" ,■' i< ■' lifflV THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■iiiii I I i I Vt- • -• . • ..• DOORS CLOSED TILL FRIDAY MORNING CUTTING PRICES! A ■ ■' I-'./' .. w < - !•'.t'y-\- STORE CLOSED TILL FRIDAY MORNING MARKING DOWN PRICES!!! Bought From The U. S. Bankrupt Court at About 50c on the Dollar This is Your Opportunity to Buy Your Shoes, Clothing, Furnishings, at The Very Lowest PRICES. We are Passing Along to You the Benefit of This BELOW COST PURCHASE. Be Sure to Make a List of all Your Needs. Also Included in This PRICE SLASHING-MONEY SALE, You Will Find the Latest Spring Styles for Your EASTER HOLIDAY Needs. This is a Legitimate Bankrupt Sale and You Will Long REMEMBER THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS YOU WILL GET MERE!!! Bankrupt Sale Starts Friday Morning, March 31—9a. m. 9 A. M. HOUR SPECIAL Ladies' Rayon Silk Slips 198c Value—One to [a Customer 19c ladies' white oxfords Values to $3.00 $1.49 MENS HOSE PAI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 S ■ I o ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF Stanley Commission Company QUEEN CITY, TEXAS MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1939 We invite the general public to attend the opening and visit our places of business: QUEEN CITY DRUG COMPANY Prescriptions Our Specialty JOHN I). HANE General Merchandise C1 u QUEEN CITY FLOUR & FEED CO. Circle Brand Feeds BEAVER MERCANTILE CO. Groceries — Meats — Feed SILVER MOON CAFE "Plum" Good Eats — G. Plum, Owner GILLEY'S One Stop Serves All Your Needs A. M. JOHNSON Hardware — Groceries — Gas and Oil BUCKHORN SERVICE STATION Groceries — Gulf Gas and Oil BROWN'S CAFE Just Across from Sale Barn THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Local F. F. A. Boy Makes Record Poultry proves to be a good project for the boys taking agri- culture. In 193G nine boys had fryers as their project. Nine hundred chick ens were ordered, but one boy changed his project and did not take his hundred chicks. Out of the eight hundred chicks , less than four hundred lived to be s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 30 March 1939

'■f-«W ■ '• V j,« "• • •■ *'';■•"; •: '■•'• .'• ««•, :•• .•••■ •• ',,T, (4JW • V •.. 7< •% .• ;,-V;;"'i •■■ ■ ; •• ■ " ;;■■■: ■ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS V iffl Skids and Blowouts Real Safety Menace Only two dangerous things can happen to an automobile tire, a blowout or a skid, according to Ab Brabham of East Texas Motor Company. "Five year ago The B. F. Good- rich Company introduced a tire with a special ply built in the car- cass to afford protection against blowouts and now offers the Silver town safety tread for maximum re sistance against skidding. "More than 100 different tread designs and 380,000 miles of actual road testing during the past two years went into the development of this new tire. "Incorporating revolutionary non skid and roadking effectiveness as well as the advantages of the special ply, the new tire will do much to make motoring safe un- der all conditions. "Skidding accidents during 1936 again showed an increase over the preceeding year. Accord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home The Citizens Journal Complete News Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass | County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL G, 1939 NUMBER THIRTEEN SHREVEPORT PLAYS DALLAS HERE FRIDAY League Winners Are Announced t Senior Boys Declamation: .. 1st, Albert Cutes, Jefferson; 2nd Aubrey Lee Williams, Muffines; 3rd Erwin Schillinger, Kildare. Senior Girls Declamation: 1st, Mammie Ruth Long, Atlanta 2nd Kathryne Wharton, Kildare; 3rd Evelyn Barber, McLeod. Junior High Boys Declamation: 1st, Jack Swanner, Smyrna; 2nd Victor McGllvray, Linden; 3rd Royce Waters, Atlanta. Junior High Girls Declamation: 1st Vivian Cates, Jefferson; 2nd Maxine Mortenson, Atlanta; 3rd Jamie A. Cooke, Linden. Ward Boys Declamation: 1st, John Henderson, Hughes Springs; 2nd Sam Starrett, Jeffer- son; 3rd Talmage Lawhorn, Mariet ta. Ward Girls Declamation: 1st, Billye Ruth Ford, Linden; 2nd Nora Ann Beggs, Jefferson...

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

■tr W— THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, ARPIL 6, 1939 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher i * (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 Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.50 One Year $1.00 Six Months 1-00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Three Months 50 WR10HT PATMAH^S'^TfW WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — T E X AS —- Bill to Help Tenants— Many of the House Members are cooperating with Congressman Marvin Jones in his efforts to get a law enacted at this session of Congress, which provides that One the Speaker of the House, Mr. Bankhead, I presided over the pro- ceedings during these four hectic days, during the consideration of this bill. I predict that the $250,000,000 Billion Dollars may be loaned to i parity appropriation will be made tenants to purchase homes. They will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

1 1 *1$P 1® 5®!; f m ■ f ■ -•■ THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1939 PP! Wmm& wwm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS s DONT MISS THIS EXHIBITION BALL GAME jj Atlanta, Texas, Friday, April 7th. Game Called at 3:00 p. m. m >• V V DALLAS \\ STEERS ¥¥ i TEXAS LEAGUE VS. $ ■■ £ i I i I 4 I SHREVEPORT "SPORTS TEXAS LEAGUE THIS GAME WILL BE PLAYED AT THE NEW BIVINS-TRICE ATHLETIC FIELD IN ATLANTA, TEXAS. THIS WILL BE THE FIRST TEXAS LEAGUE BASEBALL GAME EVER TO BE FLAYED IN CASS COUNTY. MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS IN ATLANTA, FRI- DAY, APRIL 7, AND SEE A REAL BASEBALL GAME BETWEEN THESE TWO TEAMS! ¥¥ This Ad Sponsored by the Following Business and Professional Men of Atlanta: :■ Alexander-Hughes Drug Co. Allday s Miles Drug Store Working Men's Store Howe Wholesale Grocer Co. Cut Rate Grocery & Market Mabel Hogan Dress Shop Carney & Carney Southwestern Gas & Electric Co 1 City Drug Store L. G. Van Arsdall Safeway Stores, Inc. Atlanta Motor Company C. C. Purtle Variety St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

■ • ■ 1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, ARPIL 6, 1989 = Dinner of friends and rela- Mrm. Isaac Beck and daughters Bsl- lie Sue, Donnie Jane, Mr. and Mrs 5-Mte-miL n_ Walter Clayton and daughter Fre- of Rev. Grady Thompaon ^ Lyndall Beth, Mr. and Mrs. at his home at Spnngdale Clarke Bunson and sons Billie Boh to celebrate hia Wrthday. j Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. El- tab'e was built in the back mer Sharrer and children, Dwaine yard and everything good to eat ^ baby, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wil- was found on this table. We all Hams, daughter Dorothy, Mr. and feasted for more than an hour on Mrs. W. T. Stovall children, Dor- this good food, and then we went othy> Gerald, Mrs. Ida Burson, Miss out under the shade trees where jjary D. Thomas, all of Piney seats were built and let our souls Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sher- feast on a fine sermon brought by mhB< Mr ^ Mrs. Arthur English, Bra Tim Walls. Mr ^ Mrs. J. B. Treadway, AU left around four o clock wish- Marv Mane. Dora Treadw...

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