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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The Citizens J ournal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939 Business Men Dine Committee About fifty business and profes- sional men of Atlanta entertained the special Legislative committee here at the Atlanta hotel Tuesday at noon with a barbecue. After the luncheon each of the visiting mem- bers «f the Legislature made a short talk. Mayor G. H. Chamblee was in charge of the luncheon. J. W. Man- ner acted as toastmaster. Repre- sentative Abe Mays introduced his colleagues, calling first on Rep. R H. Wood, of Marshall; Leighton Cornett, Clarksville; G. H. Harper, Jefferson; E. F. Harrell, Paris; and (i. 0. Morris, Greenville. Hub Northen To New City Officials Take Office At a called session of the City Council Friday morning the follow- ing were sworn in for the coming two years: Governor H. Chamblee, mayor. E. C. McKinnon, secretary-treas- urer-assessor-collector. Eb Rabb,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

I THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS h, Sunday School, and Lea- gue were rained out Sunday. Hope everyone will be there next Sunday. Bernice McCarty spent several days last week in Tom Blaydes home, Piney Grove. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Gillispie and Jwl Cross spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs M. L. Smith, Vivian, La. Mr. and Mrs. George Washington and son of Alexandria, La., visited Sunday-Monday in the H. L. Hunt home. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Crittington and children of Texarkana spent Saturday night and Sunday in the M. B. Hendrix home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blaydes and Gene Douglas spent Sunday night and Monday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cross spent Friday night in home of his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dupree and son Robert spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Fred Cameron, Atlanta. Thelia Land spent Friday night with Mr .and Mrs. Douglas Hen- dricks. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunt and son spent Sunday in the H. L. Hun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

JWUMKWr : "vip awt t I { THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS From The County Agent's Office Four men ordered more bur clo- ver seed Thursday, after seeing the wonderful fields of this clover grow( that were sold to 171 farm- ers in 1938. Over forty people from all over Cass county viewed the growth of clover. It was learned that the earlier it is planted the better it will grow. The clover that was planted last June was waist high. That which was planted in December was six inches high, with a poor stand. Farms of Clarence Frost, V. B. Allsup and Henry Robinson were visited. The early strain 'of the Southern Bur Clover goes to seed plenty early so that it can be turned under in time for cotton or late corn, and then will reseed itself perpetually. It was found to do equally well on pas- tures too. Seed bought early will cost approximately one-half what seed bought in September will cost. Y'our County Agent will tell you where you may secure seed. An outstan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1089 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Atlanta Has Active Delphian Chapter , '2 1 i u Atlanta Woman's Club Hears Report A very interesting meeting of the Atlanta Woman's Club was held Thursday afternoon April 13 in the home of Miss Evelyn Powell at Queen City . Meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Hill, and Mrs Dalrymple led the members in reading the club litany in unison. Mrs. Hill, in well chosen words, extolled the work done by various committees. Much interest was evinced when the club's annual report was read by Mrs. Paul Allen, Federation Counselor. This report is directly attributable to each member for truly each one has been personally interested in the civic and cultural developments which has been ac- ™ 1 | complished. Smyrna Health Class Mrs. Tilford Hughes presented a The Smyrna Girls Health and program on Drama during the C1088 class of the First Baptist church met for a business and social session Tuesday evening in the home of Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

W. H. Sanders Dies Tuesday W. H. Sanders, 73, died at his home in the Midway community Tuesday. Funeral services held at Antioch Baptist church at 2 p.m., Wednesday, conducted by Rev. Hen- ry Wommack of Marietta. Burial in Antioch cemetery in charge of Manner Funeral Service. He is survived by his wife, seven sons and one daughter- C. E. and E. O. Sanders, Atlanta; J. L. San- ders, Gilmer; C. S. Sanders, Mena, Ark.j S. F. Sanders, Roswell, N. M. Eliver Sanders, Minden, La.; Em- mett Sanders, Mrs. L. E. Coats of Queen City. NOTE OF APPRECIATION! We, the employees of Safeway Store and our families, wish to take this opportunity to thank each of you personally for everything you did to make us feel like we are a part of you. For the many beauti- ful flowers and the kind words of comfort we are deeply appreciative. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones Mr. and Mrs. Duron Duke and Gerald V. A. Cobb and Family Mrs. Porter Nix and Richard Lee Bert Allday and Family C. M. Holt ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

■■■ I Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher . (Founded 1879) sd at the poBtoffice 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 76 Three Months 66 Three Months 50 =WRToHt PATMAN^S^^P U I l\ ;\ \ WEEKLY NEWS LETTER CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS/--- WAR— It is possible that war will com- mence in Europe it any time. I cannot believe it id probable, how- ever. The people in Germany and Italy are bound to dislike war as much as we do; therefore, it is not reasonable to suppose that they will offer their fine young men as "cannon fodder" without what they consider to be a mighty good reason therefor. It is true that when armies are organized and countries are in a fighting mood that the least unexpected thing can be the spark to set it off. I am very indebted to the peo- pl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

i t THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. DeU Methodist Church Notwithstanding that Sunday was a very bad day as to the weather a goodly number was in attendance both at Sunday School and church service at the Methodist church, thus indicating that there is a fine vitality and loyalty not surpassed anywhere. Ilev. Hull, the pastor, preachcd on "The Glory of the Church." Men have gloried in victories won on the battlefield, in the achievement of state and in great discoveries. Men glory in the victories won on the gridiron and in other fields of ath- letic prowess. But the glory of the world is one ^yiing and the glory of the church another. The glory of the church TS born out of another world and lies in the fact that the church is the place where God meets with hearts of men and changes a sor- did, worldly, sinful life into Christ- liness, setting their feet in heaven bound paths. There is, after all, but one real success; .the success of developing a Christlik...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 April 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS f • THURSDAY, APRIL 20, DR. W. H. HAW Will Open an Office in Atlanta FRIDAY, APRIL 21,1939 Office in Masonic Building formerly occupied by the Contoure Beauty Shop CALLS MADE DAY OH NIGHT INSIST ON VITAMINS "A" AND "D" IN ANY COUGH MEDICINE Y00 DIIY Make Pastures Go Farther HBf Build Up Resistance While Re- lieving Coughs from Colds. Doctors all agree that cold coughs break down resistance. Scientists have proven that both Vitamins "A" and "D" are vital in building up that resistance. * Mentho-Mulsion is the only cough medicine we know of that is fortified with both Vitamins "A" and "D" and like a doctor's prescription contains genuine Beechwood Creosote, Menthol and five other important ingredients combined in a base of pure Cali- fornia Fig Syrup. Go get a bottle of Mentho- Mulsion today. Note its immediate effect and how quickly you rid yourself of that cough due to colds. Mentho-T.Tai. lon is now recom- mended, soid und guaranteed by Walker D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

o H m. st '.•ill- • >$Me2| '* *' f Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! Citizens j ournal Be Loyal to • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home « ■ SIXTY-FIRST YEAR From the County Agent's Office "1 thought the sight of the Burr Clover growing in North Cass coun ty that I saw when we went on the tour with a group of farmers re- cently, an inspiring sight. I want that clover growing all over my farm. Why, the earlier is it plant- ed the better it will grow. Any clover that will make the growth that burr clover will make and then will go to seed in time to plant a crop, and thus reseed itself for- ever, is truly an answer to a pray- er," stated T. C. Lyster, prominent Cass farmer, to It. L. White, Coun- ty Agent. "Last year the farmers planted on 171 farms 8,000 pounds of Burr Clover seed," stated County Agent White. "The day of the Hurr Clo- ver tour five farmers pledged to buy 11,000 pounds of Burr Clover after seeing what it would do....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 193S> j 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 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 60 MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt Sunday School was well attend- ed Sunday though all the absent ones are missed. Our community was saddened Tuesday over the death of Mr. W. H. Sanders. Our sympathy to the bereaved. Sunday visitors in the T. R. Les- ter home were Mr. and Mrs. B. Lester, of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lester and daughter Mar- garette Ann, of Linden. Margar- ette Ann is spending this week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harper Wall and twins Betty and Bobby were Sun- day visitors in the Levi Lummus home. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Blaydes were Saturday night and Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

r; r x- -,.v. m - THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1939 = weSF?! THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS BETHLEHEM Mtb. Carl Wilson Church services were well at- tended here Sunday. Bro. Camp- bell delivered some fine sermons. 1 he Rev. J. N. Campbell and brother of Hughes Springs, were Saturday night visitors in the J. E. Spruce home. Sorry to report Grandpa Wea- Miss Myra Betts and Walter Stroman, of M-'rietta spent Sun- day afternoon with Miss Betts. Sunday visitors in the Carl Wil- son home were Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Bushart and daughter Una, Bill Wyatt, Alvis and Sidney O'Rear, and John Bushart. Mrs. Ellen Gunn and daughter Mrs. Prudie Harris, of Atlanta, spent Sunday with J. S. and Miss Laura O'Rear. Mrs. R. E. Sexton and daughter Sp > ♦ I i ver still ill. Bro. Campbell and | spent Saturday afternoon with his brother visited him Sunday af- Mrs. Robert Washington, visiting ternoon. j jj_ Washington. Glad to re- Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hatcher and | port R. B. is feeling better, daughter Evelyn, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1939 If ;1 . Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 e< O! T H bi t< L T & e t' (i h K \ i^. Mrs. Rosa Young Celebrates Birthday The children and friends of Mrs. Rosa Young gathered at her home Sunday, April 23, to celebrate her GOth birthday. They all enjoyed the day very much. Those present were: Sir. and Mrs. Aaron Young and children; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Upchurch; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waters and children Mr. and Mrs. Estel Savage and son; Ertis and Essie Young; Mr. and Mrs. Coy Thomas and children and Gene Greene. Thursday Study Club The Thursday Study Club met in regular session, April 20, in the home of Mrs. Norman Smith. Roll call was answered by each mem- ber giving some object of Texas Friendship Class The Friendship class of the First Baptist church met for their month ly social at the home of Mrs. Leon IJlakey with Mrs. Edward Blakey co-hostess. Alter a short business session, presided over by the president M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1939 Queen City V. A. Class Report A detailed account of the Queen City High school vocational agri- cultural classes work is given as follows: There are 24 members of the class. JamcB Draper reported that the 24 farm boys' have all their projects well under way. Each boy was encouraged to se- lect three projects and no boy has less than two projects. The F. F. A. students summed up the various types of projects as follows: three boys are feed- ing out 5 beef calves; three are raising 250 broilers; .seven are growing a total of 19 acres ol corn; four are growing a total of 24 acres of cotton; two have GO OPEN SOON We will be open soon for business at the'same place in our new and remodeled home where we will be bet- ter fixed to serve you the best of foods! R. C. Liverman's CAFK Corner Main & East Grand Atlanta, Texas hens for egg production; two are keeping records on 2 milk cows; three have 4 sows for pig produc- tion; eight are feeding out 18 pigs for pork...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

^ •- '• *.v-: -v- A mrm m [cKinney Friday Mrs. Fanny McKinney, *64, died at her home in titfj Union Hill community last Thursday and was buried last Friday. She is survived by two sons, Delbert and Robert Humphrey and THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS two daughters, Mrs. Bob Cook, of Cass County, and Mrs. Cecil Car- ter, of Trees City, La., and one brother, Frank Mitchell, of Lin- den, and one sister, Mrs. Stewart, of Turkey, Texas. Wedding Stationer*, printed or engraved. Citizens Journal. IwRI O H ik PAT M AN J 'urnr WEEKLY MEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEH AS —\\$ ALL OF NATURE S GLORIOUS COLORS Tucked Away In Cans Of Paint! ~— .. J We've borrowed vibrant, glorious beauty from mother nature and sealed it in convenient cans of paint. Put fresh, exciting interest into drab, sleepy rooms with "Colors by Nature—Paints by Pittsburgh" ! Redeco- rate any room in your home in one day—use Wallhide for smooth, beautiful walls and ceilings; Florhide for handsome painted floors; and Watersp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

I I THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1939 ■w THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell With the fine weather that we have had this week, the writer of these lines expresses our feelings: Call of Spring Spring fever has me, I can't stick to work, "fis defep in my bones—this feel- ing to shirk; All things I should do for those I should not, Why should I stay in and shine up a pot? Air's full of honey, the sun's shining bright, All tasks within doors are leaden and trite O, why should I slave by rules ' a slate, Spring's not the time to keep a house straight. Our little town is very much alive these days. Passing through especially >on Monday, one hardly recognizes this as being Queen City, but its a busy lane that never turns. , Thanks a lot, friends, for the news items. Preaching at Baptist Church Pastor L. L. Burkhalter at the Baptist church, preached on "Loy- alty in Prayer" at the morning hour. Basing his discussion on the words of the Master, "Men ought always to pray...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 April 1939

lartet Busy Day m s||j HF I ( The Baker quartet had a busy day Sunday April 23. Sang two specials at the First Church of the Nazarene, 10:45, Atlanta. Also at- tended the Marion county singing convention held at Lasater. We sang to a packed house and many on the outside that couldn't get in. Had a great day. Met the Black- wood Bros, quartet from Shreve- port, and many other outstanding singers from all over the country. One of the big events was the fine dinner Berved at the noon hour and the wonderful spirit shown throughout the singing by the pres- ident and chairmen of the conven- tion. mmmmmmmmmmi ■■■■ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1989 Sunday nigfct We sang at Forest Hill to a big crowd and had a fine time. ——o- NOTICE TO CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS Plans and specifications may be secured at the Farm Security Ad- ministration office in Linden, sec- ond floor of the new county office building, for the construction for a farm home |or Claud Sutton, lo- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 May 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Magnolia Oilers Defeat McLeod Nine The Magnolia Oilers of Longview defeated the McLeod nine 23-11 in a wild free-scoring game at the At- lanta stadium here Sunday. lioth teams made many errors. Blankenship hurled for the Oilers while Brooks and Russell pitched for McLeod. Koon and Gillispie of the Oilers led the hitting with three knocks each. Gholston, Felker and Mobberly starred at bat for McLeod McLeod jumped in the lead in the first inning with six runs. The Oilers gradually crept ahead, scor- ing one in the first, two in the sec- ond and four in the fourth. McLeod knotted the count in the last of the fourth by getting one run. The Oilers put the game on ice in the sixth by scoring five runs. They added four more in the seventh, four in the eigth, and three in the ninth. McLeod scored two more in the sixth and two in the eigth. The lineup for the Magnolia Oilers was Lyles, rf; Kilsche...

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

- ■■■■■■Miimiiini in ■■ 111 , MAY 4, 1989 pjpjip THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS he Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mall matter, of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 QUEEN CITY Mr8. J. G. Dell Methodist W. M. S.— The W. M. S. met Monday in the home of Mrs. Herman Allen. Presi- dent, Mrs. Powell in chair. Minutes read and approved. Mission Study Church takes road in India, to be- gin next Monday. Each member is urged to attend each study. Meeting turned over to the leader, Mrs. McNeal, Song Pentecostal Power. Devotional, Mathew 7.'-7-12 6:25-31. Meditation, working together, Mrs. Roach Missionary Topics, Broadening the Horizon of the Ru- ral Community. Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Knowles, Bul- letin, Mesdames Norwood, W. R. Powell, Hull, and McNeal. Honor- able mention of Mesdames M. Pow- ell, H. Kight and McNeal having birthdays in May. Hostess served lovely sandwiches cookies and coca co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 May 1939

im V'V ; - $rM 7 BM THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Scholastic When the Seniors came up with a column of their very own in the Journal, the Juniors regarded the act as somthlng which obligated them to either keep up with the Seniors, or to fold their tent and stand out in the rain. So, here is your Scholastic Sidelights,, written especially for you After having won the District President be elected the last in- stead of the first of the next scho- lastic year. It will take amendment to the Council's Constitution to change the election date; Mollie Sue Steed is preparing an amend- ment to fix everything, so that the president of this coming year will have sufficient time to pre- pare his program. The Seniors are restricted from voting in the elec- tion, as they will not be here next year. Here are a few personal items: Marie McLendon was the object or a conspiracy to Tom Salmon's evil in a walk, the school was rather omens when he persuaded her to disappointed at the flop in Re-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 4 May 1939

Atlanta Parent- Teachers Meet The Parent-Teacher Association met in the grade school auditorium May 3 with the vice president Mrs H. H. Ramsey, presiding:. During the business session it was voted to sponsor a negro minstrel which comes from the Grim school in Texarkana. The minstrel will be the night of May 11 in the high school auditorium. Mrs. Paul Allen was elected as religion. A Chanter nf president of the organization fori The room count for the after-' ^ ** the coming school year. ) noon and the year went to Miss DtlpfliatlS Meet The association was privileged to HuSShins' room> m>bs Hall's room The Atnalta Delphian Chapter have as guest speaker on the pro- i h®"1* second- Miss Hugghins was met at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at gram, Rev. P. F. Squyres, who Preaen*e" Wlt" a picture for her j the Atlanta Hotel for the closing talked along the 'lines of the eco- iroom- ,,T,he,lals' meeting for this session of the year. A lovely three- nomics situation. In conclusion of j J'.ear ...

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