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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1939 lUSBasi-■HIPPIPP ATLANTA, TEXAS THE CITIZENS JO Atlanta Woman's Club Holds Meeting The Atlanta Woman's Club con- vened in regular session Thursday March 80 in the home of Mrs. Hen- ry It. King. During the business period, pre- sided over by the president, Mrs. Hershel Manner and Mrs. Tilford Hughes were elected delegate and alternate respectively to the Third District convention at Tyler. It was announced that tickets are now on sale for the book review which the club is sponsoring on Tuesday April 11 at 3 o'clock at the grade school auditorium. Miss Oppenheimer possesses an original, fascinating manner and it is with pleasure that the club brings to you her review of "All This and Heaven, Too" by Rachel Field. ! During the program hour, Mrs. Paul Allen reviewed most capably "Out of Africa" by Isak Dinesen. At the conclusion, Mrs. King served a delectable plate. The next meeting will be with Miss Evelyn Powell on April 13 at her home in Queen City. The Atnalt...

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, ARPIL 6, 1939 — LK GROVE Mamie Dotson, Reporter We are very proud of our jun- ior boys track team. They won 4G points at the county track meet in Atlanta, Saturday, April 1. The team is composed of Calvin Ghol- son, Murriel Moore, Carl Loper, Roland Rosser, Frank Loper. We aire proud Mr. Floyd is able to be at school again. Miss Faye Blue was Sunday nite guest of Gertrude Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Henderson spent week end in E. H. Wall home Mrs. H. Hamilton visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wall. Sunday visitors of Mr. Babe and Miss Maggie Pierce were Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce, of Marshall; Mr and Mrs. Joe Pierce, of Linden. J. A. Thomas and family were visitors in A. I. Hughes home at Shady Grove, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Greene visit- ed with Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Bond at Kildare, Sunday. , Leslie Blue spent week end at home from his work in Hughes Springs. Mary Dotson was Sunday guest in B. F. Randolph home, in honor of D. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

it>t .M!,«M<,W^«5Wtfft'i...-!« ;-■■*"■>' ■■• ■•■■ v. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS GILLEY'S QUEEN CITY, TEXAS One Stop Serves All Your Needs! EASTER NEEDS FOR THE LADIES! Dresses in sheers, $1.00 value for 88c White Felt Hats $1.00 Straw Hats in the latest colors $1.00 Bags in leather and prints 49c Sandals, Patents, Whites, Wines ....$1,98 Hijavy Domestic, 10 yards for 69c Gah's Red Sandals, per pair $1.00 EASTER NEEDS FOR THE MEN! Grey Oxfords or White Oxfords $1.98 Shirts in the newest patterns $1.00 Dress Straw Hats $1.00 up Dress Pants in green or grey $2.95 Tuf-Nut Dress Pants, new shades $1.25 Plant now for Atlanta Canning Plant Giant Stringless Green Pod Beans lb 12c Time to plant Watermelons, Beans, Cane Seed, Sudan Grass, He- i^ari, Mung Beans, plenty of the genuine Hastings Syrup Cane Seed, Golden Rod, Crook Neck, Ribbon Cane and Honey Drip Rib bon Cane. Be sure to see our line. New lot arriving about Wed- nesday wr Thursday of this week. SjjflTiose good M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

Kp;. f, APRIL 6, 1989 An Easter SHIRT VALUE EXTRAORDINARY $1.50 Shirts in woven madras . . . choice patterns . . . with details of distinction ordinarily found only in much higher priced garments. Lay in a large supply now at this low price during our big Pre-Eas- ter Sale. °otli £oi tin to % « ti ft est or PafkpS.r & ep '•3 Go to $ 'as! & - V>* . 9% %xr jt «>i -V. f , KW • * Rll W? fists JttEtyi, It V, Vol 'a lll( Sens tio. each >0*i pSttoxn ffarm, tOc *V ent. tin ster f* Per Ca Pair. nvas 12 Gl oz. 8c °ves \V< ork Hoy>, Sh 39c irts : ■' - * ■v'- ;■>' r viV *v V&'t '-7*, April Into June Fashions In SILK DRESSES Sure fire hits to lead the Easter Parade. Spring receipts for a quick pick-up to a jaded winter wardrobe! They are in smart Prints and Polka Dots . . . crisp as a breath of Spring. You will want several when you see how lovely they are and at such a low prico in this Pre-Easter Sale. $1.98 - $2.98 $3.98 - $4.98 "FOREST MAID" FROCKS for spring in...

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

> 1, i s . , M "•■"jp-'TiMr '.t inrn-rmm rorwi iwi wi n **'*• WMMlMkSit::•.0WivV • > &# ■ $0N V •- THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Controlling Diseases of Leaves & Fruit Tomato leaves and fruits com monly are damaged or killed by several species of parasitic molds and bacteria. The worst of the di- seases are Septoria blight, Alter- naria early blight, Phytophthora late blight, and Bacterial canker. When Bevere, each of these blight diseases kills tomato stems. The Septoria blight causes white to light brown spots 1 32 to 1-8 inch in the leaflets. Early blight makes brown to black spots 1-8 to 12 in. wide in the leaflets, stems, and fruits. The spots usually show 1 to most certain to appear, Destructive diseases and insects usually are to be controlled at the same time, so chemicals to kill both kinds of enemies are included in sprays. Experiments are in pro- gress to try to find spray chemi- cals better than Bordeaux mixture, which has bee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 April 1939

t Denton A Cappella Choir Here April 9th Choir Director ! street. From its programs aud- iences derive the same thrill that | comes to the spectators watching Forty-five voices strong, the concert here, Sunday, April 9, at an>" other finel>' balanced human picturesque Denton A Cappella! 11:00 a. ra. oclock in the First machine in act.on-a crack bat- T^achers0'CoUegfwill be'^heardln i ^Under^ direction of Dr. Wil- j or a championship football team | Typewriter Ribbons, Journal office SAFE WAY Extra Fancy LOUISIANA THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, ARPIL 6, 1939 DR. W. C. HA IN fred C. Bain, head of the music department of the Denton Teach- ers College, the Denton A Cap- pella Choir is said by critics to be one of the most dramatic and I colorful musical organizations in the Southwest. Trained to the precision of Prus- j sian guardsmen, the 45 young men and women offer a performance I that is exciting both to the train- I ed music lover and the man in the driving do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

«naur*M)wMcc ...... " r? Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home The Citizens Journal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1931) N U M BER FO URTEEN County Parole Board Reappointed Governor W. Lee O'Daniel lias re appointed the same Cass County Parole board to serve for two years. J. E. Davis, chairman , Linden; Penson Brabham, Pryans Mill; Jim Alexander, Atlanta; Weyland Nel- son, Kildare. These men were first appointed when Governor All- red created this voluntary system, and have been doing a fine piece of work. There has been 12 men parolled out to this board in Cass County, and there has only been one violation. Every parole that has been re- quested by the County Board has been granted by the Governor and State Board. The local board has had full co- j operation from all its parolees, I who are striving hard to make j amends for their wrong*doin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

' " THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1939 BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson Several from here attended the Singing Convention at Springdale Saturday and Sunday and report- ed a lovely time. Mr. Pat Lawson and dnughte; and Miss Dorothy Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery and children Lillian and Billie Ray of Idabelle, Okla., visited grandpa Weaver in the Carney Kirkland home Sunday. Mr. Montgomery and family re mained over for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and children were Sunday visitors Charter No. 4922 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE • FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Atlanta, in the State of Texas, at the close of business on March 29, 1939, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Loans and discounts $ 152,634.82 United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 246,618.00 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1,877.74 Corporate stocks, incl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

1 I THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS DOUGLASSVILLE Mr*. B. W. Swint Sunday was banner day at Sun- day School and church, Sunday. There is an enrollment of 107 and .104 were present Sunday at Sun- day School. It was home coming for our little town. After Sunday School children en- joyed an Easter egg hunt. Judge Henderson gave a very appropriate talk for liev. Everett who is still ill. Mr. Blankenship, and Mrs. Cranberry sang "Willing to Take the Cross" Mr. and Mrs. Josh Cranberry and children plac- ed their membership here at the 11:00 o'clock services.- Rev Everett and Mrs. Laura War ren are still ill of the flu. We wish for them a speedy recovery. Dr. Lorentz and Miss Judd will give typhoid shots on the 17, and 24, of April and May 1. Everyone who is interested must be at the school auditorium on those days. Mrs. Maud Allen left Monday for Houston to attend District Con ference (Missionary). Mr. l'rice attended teacher's meeting in Longview Friday. He ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

5 ■vrr :^'rW^- \ ^rp®wffwR fBB^S — ;V-^: ' .'-'^ •i"^1' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1939 Thursday Study Club The Thursday Study Club met April 6, in the home of Mrs. G. H. Chamblee. Regular business session was con ducted by the president, Mrs. H. H. Ramsey. Roll call ansewered by each member giving "My Favorite American Poet and why I like him" The subject for the day's program was Imagists. Miss Ruth Sfarkey, program leader discussed "Who are Imagists and what is their creed?" Miss Starkey then gave the lives of the following Imagists: Louis Untermeyer, John Gould Fletcher and H. D. (Hilda Doolittle.) Mrs. Bob Howe read "London Night- fall" and "Bradya's Canyon" by Fletcher. Mrs. J. R. Cash read "Prayer," "Portrait of a child," and "Caliban in the Coal Mines" by Untermeyer; and "The Centaur Song," by Doolittle. Round table discussion, Do Schools Hinder the Originality of the Poets? Conclud- ed the program. Lovely refreshments were served during the soc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

>! • W THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1939 Children Poisoned With Buckeye The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vaughn, Elouise 8 and Bil- ly 5 and Weldon Thomas, were badly poisoned with buckeye while playing at the Thomas home, just north of town Sunday afternoon. They were poisoned by chewing some of the fresh buckeye buds, and real sick for a day or so. But are getting along nicely now. ANNOUNCING the Opening of the Marietta Beauty Shop, April 10 Operator Miss Lois Stubbs All Kinds of Beauty Work! PERM ANENTS $1.50 to $5.09 Located in rear of Marietta Drug Store, Marietta, Texas WHITE SEASON NOW HERE. Keep your White Shoes Whiter — GAD1-WHITE will do it. Yes, GRIFFINS All Wite Too. Fresh supply at— JEWELS Shoe Shop Atlanta, Texas Doctor Howe Smith AND Dr. Walter Wyrick announce the removal of their Dental Offices from the State National Bank building and the Texarkana National Bunk build- ing, respectively, to the Smith-Wyrick Dental Clinic Located at 5th and Hazel streets and wish to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

:^r iff iptist Church Column —VISITATION— In the beginning of our campaign every member of our church was to visit three people. Have you finished your part of the Visita- tion? This afternoon we meet at 2:30, cards are prepared giving names and addresses of prospects, come and get your card which re- presents and directs to a definite responsibility. On the christians of this community rests the obliga- tion of keeping thy brother. Jesus said ye are the light of the world. Let this shine in the highways and hedges for the next two weeks especially. Visitation is the best method of church promotion. Jesus sent them out two and two and they reported. • * * —CAMPAIGN CLOSING— Some Evangelist leaves the im- pression that the meeting is clos- ing, now or probably never, and to a certain evtent this is true. We have all seen persons that were interested during the campaign, and gradually grew disinterested ai ter the last sorvice. What you aim to do "Do Quick- ly" for we have only two mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

ir i I ****** ' ^'J'^1^^WS " *5 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS c Mrs. J. F. Tolleson Dies At Mt. Zion Mrs. J. F. Tolleson, 79, died at her home Thursday after 'i leng- thy illness. She retiided in the Mt. Zion community and had been a res ident of Marion county for the past DON'T SLEEP WHEN GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't eat or sleep because gas bloats you up try Adlerika. One uos« usually relieves stomach gas pressing on heart. Adlerika cleans out 10 TH upper and lower bowls. Walker Drug Co. 87 years. Surviving are five sons, J. C. and J. H. Tolleson, of Jefferson, W. H. Tolleson of Gladewater, R. P. Tol- leson of Barber, and U. D. Tolleson of Bivins. Two daughters, Miss Lena Tolleson of Beaumont, and Mrs. J. H. Jordan of Barber Hill. There are 23 grandchildren anu 11 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Mt. Zion church Friday. Wedding Stationery, printed or engraved. Citizens Journal. Charge Pads at the Journal office Dale Carnegie 5-Minute Biographies Auth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

\ -mmmmmm mfm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS he 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 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 66 Three Months 50 Cass County District Court Proceedings Criminal Docket State vs. Coy Thomas and W. M Westmoreland, accepting bribe, con tinued by state. State vs. Vernon Patterson, theft of auto, plea of not guilty, jury verdict guilty and given three years suspended sentence. State vs. D. J. McCord, negli- gent homicide, continued. State vs. L. Jackson, aggravated assault, dismissed. State vs. Will Murry, illicit bev- erage, continued. SINGER Sewing Machine Co New and Used Machines Electric Irons and Vacuum Cleaners Phone William Street, 256 Atlanta State vs. Thom...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

■.-sis; - V 'I.' ril'lliifmf 1 ./ « THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1939 £/. Swint McClung Wins Fellowship Sixty-nine Fellowships, with a- wurds of funds totaling $150,000, was announced Monday by the J. G. Guggenhtim Memorial Founda- tion. The recipients of the Fellow- ships were in a nation wide con- test from among more than one thousand applicants. Leland Swint McClung, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClung, of Austin, was one among the few successful applicants from Texas. The Guggenheim Fellowships are granted to scholars who by previous work have shown them- selves to be persons of unusual ability and give most promise of adding to the 'scholarly and art- istic power," of this country ac- cording to terms of the Memorial foundation established in 1925 by "V G. Senator and Mrs. Guggen- Swint McClung was born in At- lanta and was educated at the University of Texas, from which he received his B. A. and M. A. degrees. He completed his Phd, at the University of Wisconsin and is now an instructor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 April 1939

I I / p':: and? mm* m 1 PARKER STOCK BRIDGE INVENTIONS. . . . profits If you can invent something new and useful, for which people are CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ventors. Most of them have had inflated ideas of what their inven- tion was worth. What few realize is that it takes a lot of money and time t>o develop a new invention in- to marketable form. Unless somebody is willing to take the speculative chance of large profits by financing the develop- ment of a new invention, there is little chance of making a million for the inventor. There is a new idea being talked about in Washington—the idea that inventors should be required to willing to pay money j^>u can make license anybody who wants to use a million dollars—maybe. It has their patents. Nothing could more been done, and it is being done all1 effectively stifle invention; for the the time We Americans are the most in- ventive people in the world. It is in our blood. Our pioneer forebears had to invent or starve. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 April 1939

ft I m I M ■ i ■ 'i,< I I SIXTY-FIRST YEAR wmmmmmm x. Sffx i t,iAUXt •* ' * NUMBER FOURTEEN EXTRA THE ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, SIX PERSON'S INJURED IN EXPLOSION County Parole Board Reappointed J/ Governor W. Lee O'Duniel has re appointed the same Cass County Parole board to serve for two years. J. E. Davis, chairman , Linden; Penson Brabham, Bryans Mill; Jim Alexander, Atlanta; Weyland Nel- son, Kildare. These men were first appointed when Governor All- red created this voluntary system, and have been doing a fine piece of work. There has been 12 men parolled out to this board in Cass County, and there has only been one violation. Every, parole that has been re- quested by the County Board has j been granted by the Governor and j State Board. The local board has had full co- operation from all its parolees, who are striving hard to make amends for their wrong doings and to make good citizens. Every parolee is requested to report to the local board at least once a month. Linde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 April 1939

I 1 J : V 11 f¥ ■v ■ , A The Thursday Study Club met April 6, in the home of Mrs. G. H. Chamblea. Regular business session was con ducted by the president, Mrs. H. H. Ramsey. Roll call ansewered by each member giving "My Favorite American Poet and why I like him" The subject for the day's program was Imagists. Miss Ruth Starkey, program leader discussed "Who are Imagists and what is their creed?" Miss Starkey then gave the lives of the following Imagists: Louis Untermeyer, John Gould Fletcher and H. D. (Hilda Doolittle.) Mrs. Bob Howe read "London Night- fall" and "Bradya's Canyon" by Fletcher. Mrs. J. R. Cash read "Prayer," "Portrait of a child," and "Caliban in the Coal Mines" by Untermeyer; and "The Centaur Song," by Doolittle. Round table discussion, Do Schools Hinder the Originality of the Poets? Conclud- ed the program. Lovely refreshments were served during the social hour. The next meeting will be April 20, in the home of Mrs. Guy Hughes, with A Texas Program. Gleaners S. S....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 April 1939

1 F THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1939 >mwi H*9N / t,5 ' ",iW THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Children Poisoned With Buckeye The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vaughn, Elouise 8 and Bil- ly 5 and Weldon Thomas, were badly poisoned with buckeye while playing at the Thomas home, just north of town Sunday afternoon. They were poisoned by chewing some of the fresh buckeye buds, and real sick for a day or so. But are getting along nicely now. ANNOUNCING the Opening of the Marietta Beauty Shop, April 10 Operator Miss Lois Stubbs All Kinds of Beauty Work! PERMANENTS $1.50 to $5.00 Located in rear of Marietta Drug Store, Marietta, Texas Student Council Selects Committees The Atlanta high school student council this week selected the stu- dent committee that rendered the best service for the month of March. With the help of the facul- ty the council this month picked the Safety Patrol committee, head- ed by Fletcher Thompson. Other members of the committee are John Carmichael and Baker Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 15 April 1939

sm ••'' 'Atl? B-m fri 1 IA i j i / / \4 * SankmmSSI tTOCKBiUPCtj INVENTIONS. . . . profits If you can invent something new and useful, for which people are willing to pay money you can make a million dollars—maybe. It has been don«, and it is being done all the time. We Americans are the most in- ventive people in the world. It is in our blood. Our pioneer forebears had to invent or starve. They were tackling the job of settling and de veloping a raw, new land with nothing much but their bare hands to work with. Tools and machines that would do more work than men alone could do, and do it faster, are what have made our country what it is, the most prosperous and best-equipped nation in the whole world. I know and have known many in THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ventors. Most of them have had inflated ideas of what their inven- tion was worth. What few realize is that it takes a lot of money and time bo develop a new invention in- to iharketable form. Unless somebody is willin...

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