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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 May 1939

JRSDAY, MAY 18, 1039 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS fmmrn w iffimiifn v 2 iUvU/MvV- Zr V Ik *£\&. \L\ J ' W* j 'if .I'Jf'to, $ Hi sn L{w&R"'<S W '*6 -UvxteSk \v- ■ >vsss\v S VHPHK^. >u- m. Ktsw/f&nti mSsmm Wmm? guH To The Graduates of '39 ... . Praise and Encouragement The World of Today sees you graduate . . . the World of Tomorrow looks to you hopefully for Inspiration and Leadership. Today you receive the plaudits of your friends, your family, your relatives, your teachers and the townspeople who have watched you climb to the top in scholastic attainment. Tomorrow you may receive the plaudits of the work-a-day world that he- stows its praise and rewards for accomplishments the world itself shares 'n achievements that bring benefits to all mankind. Youth is yours . . . youth's ideals . . . youth's courage . . . and the driving force that fortifies your ambitions. This, with your education, is glorious equipment with which to go forth and conquer. Many ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 May 1939

SkfPrPlr Y, MAY 1 tlanta Senior Week Activities \ A ACTIVITY CALENDAR Thursday, May 18—Swimming Party 2:00-4:00 p.m.—Beaver's Pool. Sarah Beaver, Cathryn Baker, Raymond Griffin. Thursday, May 18—Dance, 9 p.m. Armory. Phillip Fouche, Roy Price. Friday, May 19 — Sunrise breakfast 6:00 a.m.—City park. Friday, May 19, Picnic 4:00 p.m. — Caddo lake — Kenneth Whisenant. Chaperons: Mr. and Mrs. Whisenant, Mr. and Mrs. James Coney, Miss Ruth Mc- Clung, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Mc- Williams. Saturday, May 20—Scavenger Hunt 8:00 p.m. Home of Frances Stewart. Frances Stewart, Joyce Jett, Mildred Sneed. Sunday, May 21—Baccalau- reate Sermon 11:00 a.m.—High School Auditorium. Rev. E. P. Smith. Monday, May 22—Commence- ment Exercise 8:00 p.m.—High School Auditorium. Rev. R. C. Goens, speaker. 1938-39 Senior Class of Atlanta High School Numbers Seventy-Five; 25 Boys and 50 Girls understand ■v record for J. K. J., he emistry "Could Be" .ylor's heart is in Rodessa J . Madeline and Maurice . to bo "Holdin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 May 1939

THUR8DAY, MAY 18, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 2 33 u H; vy RIG H T pat M A N a WEEKLY NEWS LETTER ; — CONGRESSMAN — T E H AS/.ttttW Fear of War Many letters are received about the war situation, practically all of them against this country becom- ing involved in a foreign war. For the information of any one who does not already know my po- sition on this question, I will state emphatically that I am not going to vote to send our soldiers over- seas to engage in a war. Cotton Certificates My Bill, H. II. 1!)3, providing for •e payment of the 1935-36 Bank- ail Cotton Certificates, is receiv- ing more support all the time. Con- gress is reluctant to consider a mat ter of thife kind until the farmers themselves are insistent that it should be considered. A few boun- ty farm organizations have endors- ed the Bill and so has one State or- ganization. I believe if all cotton ! Farmers farmer organizations in the South ' would endorse this Bill that we would have an excellent ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 May 1939

• ; - t I Elects of 1939 popular girl—Esme John- Most popular boy— J. T. Good- roe. Best all-around girl—Anna Mae Jerome. Best all-around boy—Joe Neal Swanger. Boy moat likely to succeed— L. V. Ray. Girl most likely to succeed— Anita Levin. athlete—-J.~T. Goodroe. w&v*■ ■ ■ ■*'' s* v ~m w■ '-m v ■ ■ ■ '1 ': , ■ . .-y /"V.«$ .>, •' ' ' ' - - "'HI THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS . (-;■ jfos'rv .— THURSDAY, MAY 18, 193a Mos(t popular Lady teacher—Miss Ruth McClung. Most Popular Man Teacher—Mr. James Coney. Prettiest girl—Myrtice Riley. Most handsome boy — Phillip Fouche. Friendliest girl—Mildred Sneed. Best girl athlete—Joyce Jett. Friendliest boy—Haywood Glass. Cardboard at the Citizens Jour- nal office. Phone 178! Southern Clinic Opens In Texarkana May 21 FAIRS. inspiration DR. LOUIS P. GOOD AND DR. GEORGE W. PARSON Announce The vemovel of Then Office From 525 Olive Street to the New SOUTHERN CLINIC BUILDING 5th and Hazel Sts. Texarkana POSTURE PILLOW THE MATTRESS WITH PR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

_ - •' vfa WS-X "• 'v"V'" v''A s&? - <\ ■ \?; :■ •- 1 * M U tfMKkl «:■' r w •., . ■■■ • ■ hiimiW ''•'•f^V"' *' \ '• '> — Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 liliJiSSi — BY US — Thanks to our friend, C. R. Snel- grove, of Kildare, who visited the Citizens Journal office Wednesday morning, leaving the editor several of his large bermuda onions and Kohlrabi for dinner. And did we ^ enjoy them! Come again C. R. Bur Clover for Winter Pastures Southern Giant Early Bur Clover offers promising possibilities of becoming a valuable winter pasture (' nd green manure crop for East Texas. From small seed plots of less than one acre in size, two At- lanta farmers, C. V. Livingston and Dewey Baucum have harvested 12 to 3500 pounds of seed to be plant- ed in their fields this fall. These seed plots were planted last Sept- ember at a cost of only six ov seven dollars, and enough ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

PI HrjA. , -• mi* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 K 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 $100 Six Months 1.00 Six Months - 75 Three Months 65 Three Months -oQ FOREST HILL Edna Thompson j Saturday night and Sunday in Jim Land home. i Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Waters spent the week end in Harold waters I home. i Little Royce Hancock spent Fri- Bro. Walls brought us two wond- day and Saturday with his grand erful messages Sunday and Sunday parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen, night. We were proud of the nicej We extend our sympathy to the crowd that we had at each service bereaved ones over the death of We invite visitors to come our Mr. Weaver. way at any time. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wadk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

•.i'j&MXB r.-ssfciU/w' raft®; iafeapMl THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson This week end is our regular preaching1 date. The pastor will appreciate you, being present. There were not many out for Sunday School, Sunday. Come next Sunday at 10:00 o'clock and help to keep tilt- Sunday School work going on. W. T. Hammock, A. P. Smith, Billy Surratt, Jennie Pearl Sex- tun, and Emma Lee Wyatt were members of the County-Wide 7th grade graduating exercises at Lin- den, Saturday. Mi-, and Mrs. Kstelle Hammock of Texarkana spent Sunday with Mrs. M. A. Hammock. Mr. John Weaver passed on to his reward liiff Thursday morning nfter about two months illness. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Mr. Weaver lived with his grand- son, Carney Kirkland and family, and will be greatly missed. Fune- ral services were held at Corenith Church Friday morning. Our sympathy the bereaved. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Surratt spent Thursday ngiht in the W. T. Hammock home. Coolidge Hogue, of Texarkana ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

Ww |v m' 1^ m S5S THURSDAY, MAY 25, 193 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS r.'.'rjrr MM9 Scavenger Hunt at Frances Stewarts Frances Stewart, Joyce Jett and Mildred Sneed were hostesses to the senior class at a scavenger hunt at the beautiful new home of Fran- ces Stewart on the Linden highway Saturday May 20. Each two seniors was given a list of ten things to collect. The Kenneth Whisenant Entertains Seniors One of the most enjoyable events of senior week was the over night Caddo lake party given by Kenneth Whisenant, a popular member of the senior class on Friday May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Whisenant and Rod- ney left early in the day to have everything in readiness. The class met- at the school building at 4 ones returning first with his list o'clock and left for Caddo in cars, nearest complete received a prize. The scene of the "<*rty was the This went to Mary Ann Bukhair Whisenant's club house which has and Fletcher Thompson. Second a large sleeping porch that will prize went to B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

***** ,-SFT THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS McLcod H. D. Club The McLeod Home Demonstra- tion Club met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. It. B. Gill, with Mrs. W. A. Barber co-hostess. Mrs. M. D. Humphrey, president, presided. The meeting was opened with club songs. Roll call and minutes were read, by Mrs. W. A. Barber, in absence of Mrs. Bill Coleman, secretary, and reports from officers given. Voted to send Mrs. J. D. Betts to Short Course, A. and M. College. Miss Murry our county agent gave a demonstration on fruit pies, and pastry. Delicious re- freshment were served to the fol- ( c I | 4 TRY KREAM KRUST B R E A D Made with Malt and Milk 6% Milk Martin's Bakery Main Street Atlanta, Texas lowing members and guests: Mrs. J, H. Walker, Mrs. M. S. Harrist, Mrs. J. A. llasket, Mrs. C W. Brown, Mrs. R. B. Gill, Mrs. G. W. M. D. Humphrey, Mrs. Turner Wall Bucklieu, Mrs. W. A. Barber, Mrs. Mrs. W. J. McCarmick, Mrs. J. R. Carlisle, Mrs. 0. B. Waltom, Mrs. L. M. Loften, Mrs. A. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

■■' 4ppj-' S,^i«to'#i'ft^|#ISi'sS5|8 .<sm&^ ...;! ;1!MwilroW' • k! •" • ■p*- THE CITIZENS JOUBNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell At The Methodist Church— The Third Quarterly Conference will meet at Bloomburg, Saturday May 27, instead of meeting at Ala mance as previously announced. Let all members of the Quarterly Con- ference take notice of this change in the place of meeting but not in the date of meeting. Rev. L. W. Nichols will preach at 11:00 o'- clock and conduct the Quarterly Conference session at 2:00 p. in. Rev. Hull preached on the House Wisdom Has built, the text being Wisdom hath builded her house; she has hewn out her seven pillows. SINGER* Sewing Machine Co N'ew and Used Machines Electric Irons and Vacuum Cleaners Phone William Street, 256 Atlanta Prov. New Testament. Scripturally wisdom did more of a theological tern than a psycological one. Wise men were made so by their close- ness to God and by Him inspired to great thought and to wise action Thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

mifomam > .. ■rW/.fy Mi W' ■■.".■, «txx S+kJl&tM£&i,M.iaMbkSi{,.y' THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS m McLeod Graduates After Graduation What are the Seniors of McLeod going to do after they graduate? 1 didn't know but I was assigned the task of finding out. I found that: Evelyn Barber wants to go to East Texas State Teachers College, and then go to State U. She hasn't de- cided what she will study. J. C. Bickham plans to go to East Central State Teachers College at Ada, Okla., and study petroleum engineering. Leonard Oorley wants to go to ETSTC and study history. (We wonder if that is all.) No one knows what Mary Brice Gable wants to do but we are guess ing. Lewis llayes plans to do as most 2ass county students do and go to ITSTC. He wants to study math and industrial arts. After collect? he wants to make some school a good coach. Mosie Faye Harris wants to take a beauty course. Gwendolyn Hooper is going to Houston to school. She told us what it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 May 1939

Y, MAY 26, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS MR 1 104 Students On AHS Honor Roll One hundred and four Atlanta students are on this six weeks honor roll, Principal Paul Allen an- nounced here Tuesday. Seventy- three students are on the term honor roll, making the honor roll six times this year, Mr. Allen said. The perfect attendance students were also announced. Six weeks honor roll: First Grade' Mary Francis Dun- lap, Marvin King, Billy Ray O'- Rear, Edwin Riser, Joan Talley, Betty June Boren, Beaulah Sue Brown, Sally Claire Carney, Billie Jo Cooke, Wilton Oscar Fridge, Bet ty Ann Hill, Dorothy Ann Jack- son, Betty Ruth Stewart, Janey Steele, Geraldine Jones, Betty Jo Hope, Charles Harrington, Charles Bustion, Mattie Louise Allen, Jim- mie Clements, Patricia Johnson. Second Grade: Starkey Dec Dav- is, Billie Nichols, Harold Wiley, Bline Clark. Patricia Cleere, Ruth Ann Cook, Pearl Teel, Merlyn Waites, Frances Brown, Opal Paul- ine Clark, Naoma Dee Vance, Lau- ra Gill King, K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 June 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR I mwfflS > :: ^ ?■ - mmm. The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to • Trade at • Sell at Home • Buy at Home ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1939 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE RED IRON TO SPUD IN WILDCAT THIS WEEK Iron Ore Shipping To Mud Plant Starts I Railroad Loading In Atlanta The finishing touches to the big "mud" plant in Texarkana is being; completed by the George S. Me- pham Co., this week. The shipping of the crushed iron ore from their mine in the Surratt Hills, three miles north of Linden, started this week, with three car loads of iron ore shipped. This ore was shipped to the plant in Texarkana for ad- justing purposes and perfecting the machinery set-up so as to be ready to start next Monday at full ca- ' pacity. The ore is being secured in eight different mines now open and be- ing operated on land leased from the East Texas Iron Ore Co., north of Linden. The ore is being crushe...

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

FHURSDAY, JUNE 1,1989 Mr-nrr^w HiP1 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS AS TODAY « i mm1 :BARKER STOOCMUDOE CITY (if^l *§JtZ .... growth New York's World's Fair com- memorates the 150th anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington as first President of the United States, in 1789. Nobody could have dreamed then that New York would become the greatest city in America. In Washington's day it had fewer than 15,000 inhab- itants; Philadephia was nearly twice aa large. What has made New York great is its magnificent harbor and the system of waterways which connect the harbor with inland America. When the West began to be set- tled New York got the jump on all other seaboard cities by digging the 300-mile Erie Canal, connecting the Great Lakes with the upper Hudson River. The products of the West flowed to New York, and into New York came the ships bringing goods for shipment to the West. The invention of railroads gave other ports a chance to get a slice of the commerce of New Yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 June 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell Vacation Bible School1— Queen City Baptist are to have their first Vacation Bible School, beginning June 5, and continuing two weeks. Home forces will be us- ed for the faculty, augmented by by a specially trained worker, Miss Tennette Lavender, of Texarkana. Miss Lavender is a graduate of Ouachita College, and has spent a year in Southwestern Training School fqr Women, Seminary Hill, Texas. She has had both training and experience in Vacation Bible School work. Being an adopted daughter of the Enon W. M. U., she plans to do any kind of train- ing work for Sunday Schools, B. T. U, W. M. S. and Vacation Bible Schools. Not all her time is yet engaged. Rev C. T. Hatchell, of Blooinburg has been arranging her engagements. Those interested should see or write him, or com- municate with Miss Lavender, who may be addressed at Queen City, June 4-16. The Vacation Bible School Facul- ty are being trained this week. The Faculty Sc...

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

; JUNE 1,1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 ✓ / Wesley Brotherhood Class Entertains One of the moat delightful so- cial events of the church year was the occasion on last Friday evening when the Wesley Brotherhood Bi- ble class of the First Methodist church played hosts to the three adult ladies classes, namely, the Bethany, the Gleaners, and the What-So-Ever classes. They lost to these three classes in an attendance contest that ended Easter. The Brotherhood class entertain- ed with a most enjoyable picnic at Beavers pool. Refreshments, which were prepared entirely by the men consisted of two kinds of sand- wiches, potato salad, cakes, and ice cream. Rev. W. S. Easterling is the teacher of the class and Tom Cope is president. New Hope H. D. Club New Hope home demonstration club met last week with Mrs. Otha Barnes. There were eight present. Each member carried a covered dish and at the noon hour lunch was served family style in the o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 June 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Company's Comin' 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People," The Richest Man in the World Eats Soup With His Fingers The richest man in the world eats with his fingers. He doesn't use a ^^.nife, nor a fork, nor a spoon. He ^H>ven drinks his soup out of his fingers. I am not referring to the fastidi through the Kyber Pass and looted India centuries ago. He rules with a high hand over the richest state in India. What does he do with all his wealth 7 Well, for one thing, he has ous Mr. Morgan, nor to the bustling I a harem filled with over five hun Mr. Ford. No, the richest man in the world has never played the stock market. He has never seen Wall Street; and most of the people in America have never even heard of him. His name is Nizam Osman Ali Khan Bahadur Fateh Jung Asaf Jah; but he is usually called the Nizam of Hyderabad, and he is a descendant of the old Mogul Em- perors who have swept down ALKER'S EEK-ENI) RIN...

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

'.vyr - - - : ' • THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS e Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) n at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, ; Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: One Year ... $1.50 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 65 In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 50 WRIGHTS'PATMAN VS^ WEEKLY NEWS LITTER — congressman TEXAS am' \\V Soil Conservation Camps— The latest information available on Soil Conservation Camps is that it is improbable that the Soil Con- servation Service will recommend any movements of Camps prior to April 1, 1940. Soil Conservation districts are being established in Texas by virture of the Texas Soil Conservation Act recently passed by the Legislature. When these dis- tricts are formed, the Soil Conserva tion Service advises me that an at- tempt will be made to locate Camps a- near the Geograp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 June 1939

si •■'■I - / == m-r- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1939 A USTIN PARAGRAPHS By ABE MAYS |y M Last week I did not write any story because of the fact that we were working solely on appropria- tion bills for the educational, elee- mosynary and departments. Legis- lation of this knid is merely a rou- tine matter and not of the least in- terest to anyone. The appropriation bill for the de- partments which passed the House contained a reduction of about three and a half million dollars per year over the last biennium. How- ever, a conference must be held be- tween the Senate and House Com- ittees and we may restore most the cuts, as the Senate bill was uch higher than the House bill. Today we passed a natural re- source tax bill, supposed to raise something like $17,000,000 in new taxes for social security purposes. This makes two tax bills that the House has sent over to the Senate, and if they would cooperate with Doctor Rowe Smith AND Dr. Walter Wyrick announce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 June 1939

BKMI SUPER CASH STORE PHONES: 197 and 221 Atlanta, Texas WE DELIVER! Specials Good for June 1,2,3,and 5. Plenty of All Merchandise Advertised! Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday ARKET SPECIALS- Swift's Premium Swift's Premium Brookfield Swift's Premium BACON lb 33c LINKS lb 29c FRANKFURTERS 22c Delicious in Flavor Pure Pork Sausage It) Fine to roast or barbecue Fancy, Selected HEREFORD BEEF! Tender Juicy ROASTS Seven Roast lb 19c Brisket, lb .. .11c Delicious Savory STEAKS Club Steak, lb 25c Seven, lb 22c — OUR MEATS MUST PLEASE YOU SWIFT'S PREMIUM SPRING LAMB Delicious Savory Chops 35c to Broil Tender Breast 14c to Stew Tender Juicy Legs 33c to Bake Delicious Tender Sholder 23c to Roast — Serve With Mushrooms or Mint Sauce Civil Docket Proceedings Elbert Parker et al vs. George Parker et al, suit on lease, verdict on special issues. D. Jones et ux vs. Cass County, condemnation proceedings, verdict on special issues. Willie Love vs. Maurine Love, divorce granted. Mary Hilton vs...

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