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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

THE CITI2 >fAL, ATLANTA, *-Editt«d by Jerry Chism Picture Show Prose Chevrolet Motor Coi The Chevrolet M presented a movie bush school students] Friday after- noon in the high achjool auditorium during the activity period. The pic- ture revealed the necessity of reg- ulated traffic lights and the neces- sity of good, clean motor oil. Mr. A. 0. Brabham made it pos- sible for this picture to be brought to the high school. Girls 1-20- lomag Inty con __ _ |M. Terry No. 1j R. T. TrippetT lion cubic feet li'roduction Co.: ] ■hourly. 1 Production cor 1 locaHons nearj ip Car F< f5)oT Football dame from the stnior class and from the juiior class will Friday, 21, foj-'a game of foot 'he game will Deplayed at the a ball park, 'ltt junior team , coachpd by '■rnmie Morris T. Goodroe. ij^enior team s coached by f^^pSon l'rator larlie White. Houh teams will .n organized p-p squad made boys from boih classes. cheer leaders v to. were elect- a recent meetug were Phillip e, Raymond Griffin and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAlT ATLANTA, jrnrvT .== TEXAS re News ad service Sunday, ite with the church proud of them, spent Saturday nite home. Mrs, Ennis Anderson in Mr. and Mrs. John home at Smyrna. |sorry to lose from our Mr. Groves and family, |pving to Smyrna. ad to have Wilbur Sto- Family, Judge Fore and (move in our community, hear of several being list. We wish for them covery. Irs. Elmer Sharrer and Sunday dinne guest,3 of e. Will Clayton. bley, Rev. Gilmore, Mr. ft'ilbur Stovall enjoyed a iner Sunday in Mr. Wimatrts -home given I Bro. John Williams, j Mrs. Met Steger, Mr. komer Steger and chil- (>en, Mr. and Ms. Robert Stamps were Sunday dinner guests in Mr. and MrB. Livingston home. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Steger and chil dren wore Sunday dinner guests in Mrs. Sarah Steger home. The pastor, Rev. Compton Riley, will preach at Laws Chapel next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every one welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Steger of Texarkana; Mrs. Carl Anderso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNA^KTLANTA, TEXAS m SCHOOL NEWS I'S. lid Ihi |of lin ■lid Ihe exar iome. nd spent tig-fa alF spent onie at 'me a few Blades spent iMcCarty home. |en Heldt spent ^ummus home. £ie spent Sunday irers. he students enlisted in high school since the Christmas holi- days are: Earleen Moss, Ilensford Taylor, Erma Jean Taylor and Ethel Louise Patrick. Senior News 'I he seniors received their class rings after much anxious waiting. Everyone is well pleased with the size and style of their rings. A meeting of the juniors and seniors wife called last Friday for the purpose of planning a weiner roast. The date has been set for Jan. 17. Sophomore News The Sophomore Home Ec girls are progressing very rapidly on child clothing. This is their third garment to make this year. " Industrial Arts girls are im- proving greatly's says Mr. I'atman. The algebra class is having some difficult problems but a sunshiny day will come soon. We are sorry to report that Les- lie Mae Chandler is out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JC JAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS WMW \ Men's Class Enjoys Oyster Supper The Business Men'a Bible Class of the First Baptist church and several invited guesta^njoyed a splendid oyster suppe^Bthe base- ment of the church '1 Bsdt ing. The members guests numbered ab sday even- and invited 70 and an ounty Council P.T.-A. Meets Jan. 15 interesting program 1 'as rendered. (juliter England at ;ed as toast- master, and the invocation was ren- dered by J. D. Moure the class president. Several solos and duets were ren- dered by members ot the Atlanta School band and song's by the At- lanta Quartet during- the feed. A solo by Bill Ramsey, duet by Nat Hays and Iiobt. Morris Cameron. Quartet composed of A. L. Bates, Luther Blair, Noble Bates and Ber- tran Carroll, accompar.iest Mrs. Ov- al Harden. Short talks were mjade by W. S. Cazort, N. P. Hannert Rev. Carrol T. Hatcher, Supt. D. H. Boon, R. I'. Dunklin and Rev. JI. P. Olive. Norris Battle spokle on condition of the world today, war and unr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

unty Clerk in I there (ell as i to be this i Cor- | rural Dwing Texas I Com- | coun- |>r the what i with es of at all |teous, to the week (postal } rough rig too tts. If last ne Plwhine jrmbol- | plenty lomes ,to ev- |he un- lin and lember. and Lg lessons i Lurday in Grade Building nformation See \v\v northwes^ffVpHHmHia Almira community where 1 attended school the earlier part of my life. Later I entered Texas High School, Texar- kana, Texas. I now hold a Bachel- or of Science Degree from the East Texas State Teachers College, Com- merce, Texas. This year gives me thirteen years of teaching experience in the rural school of Texas. I am now teach- ing my ninth term of school at Bi- vins. Since I have been at Bivins the school has grown from a five to a nine teacher school, and wifh the help of my community and teachers I have been successful in obtaining standardization each year that the standardization program has been sponsored in Cass coun- ty. Having attended school in Cass ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

jitizenOcinrnal 1RELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) , i in Atlanta, Texas, aa second-claaa mail matter, each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 HON RATES (Payable in Advance) ig Counties. State aid Foreign: |1.00 One Year - $1.50 75 Six Months - 1-00 | 50 Three Months - -65 Doufflat Boys Plal The Douglassville chaptei A. held a special mMttaf Jsi*. which the following business transacted: Constitution adopted. Year's program of work was were appoi It was also decided that the I ter .would have a tomato hot bed and sell plants. Subscribe for The Citizens Journal morning 11 aT? choir is doing some ; der the leadership of Miss Helen Manning] ►City News ay Honors vening, January 1, the ; Jjome was beautiful ntd for the lovely birth honoring Will Ross i candle lighted and the was carried through- ,Me decorations and menu, centet 3d the long beauti- et table, four full courses I to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mrs. Ross Powell, Misses ilyn, and Sue Powell, Messrs Winham, Gerald Beaver, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS TEXAN tres- irsday. January 13th, Errol Joan Blondell in "The Per Specimen." Also, Panay Bomb- Friday, January 14: Clark Gable, Joan Crawford in "Love on the Run." Saturday, Jan. 15, double feature, Vivien Leigh, Conrad Veidt in "Dark Journey" also Buck Jones in "Boss of Lonely Valley." Saturday Preview, 11 p.m., Irene Hervey, Kent Taylor in "The Lady Fights Back.' Sunday and Monday, Jan. 10 and 17, Rosalind Russell, Robert Mont- gomery in "Live, Love and Learn." Tuesday, Jan. 18, Barton Mac- ■vLane, Ann Sheridan in "Wine, Wo- men and Horses." Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 19 and 20, Cary Grant, Irene Dunn in "The Awful Truth.' — STATE — Thursday and Friday, Jan. 13-14, Grace Moore, Melwyn Douglas in, "I'll Take Romance." Saturday and Sunday Jan. 15 and 16, John Boles, Luli Deste in "She Married an Artist." Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 17 and 18, Charles Starrett, in "Old Wy- To Drill 25 Wells At ... ... ANNOUNCEMENTS Jeiterson-Lodl We are authorized ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

t SB ~ vs\ -"-''."f.i mjafe J5J - , 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. =====•= TEXAS 40% is needed: in fact JPwat Brit* The unvarnished truth is that the our wanderings with a trip to Mar- THENCE West 1195 vrs with 1 ain stayed on the goldfundard for government's recovery program has ion County, where we worked for South boundary line of L. Mornen am Biuyeu on mc Kum- „ a umber company. Appendicitis, to her SW corner, crossing Roach almost a hundred yews with only succeeded nowhere else so effective- *• J - - - ■ • - ISMAN TEXAS] Btuinew Cooperation F^ig business is blaming the gov- ernment for the present recession; many high officials of the govern- ment are blaming big business. Everyone in authority seems to be- lieve that 1938 will be a good year, but practically all admit that some- thing fundamental must be done in order to make the prediction come true. It has been suggested that the government should spent a billion ^ttL'ars through the WPA within next few months, in order...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 January 1938

IB V THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS lit lis r* lin |y, or MUX ry I l\ . '3 I |"> In. Iii 1 f) > r Oak Grove News Miss Addie Hitt, who has been in the State Hospital at Terrell for a number of years, passed to her reward last Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were held at Laws Chapel church Sunday afternoon by Rev. John Williams and Rev. Burkhalter. Miss Hitt was a sister of Mrs. Aubrey Pyle of our commu- nity. We extend our sympathy to Mrs. Pyle in her bereavement. Our Sunday School keeps grow- ing more and more each Sunday. We invite all those who have not been attending to come and be with us. We have quite a number of new students in our school. We think our school is progressing fine. Mrs Pier' ^ visited our school last Wed- nesday and we invite her to come back. Our girls and junior boys went to Smyrna last Friday. The girls were defeated in volley ball and the boys in basket ball. We are glad to report Mrs. A Harper and Melva Thomas im...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

:MII4RY 20, 1938 v K . FIFTY-N YEAR Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1988 cora- NUMBER TW'-j ALONG THE WAY — BY US — ' his is flower and garden time ami everyone should be planning to beautify the yards and gardens over the city. It is also chicken time, but chickens and flowers do not go together, and how nice it would be if all the chicken fanciers cooperated with those who are try- ing to beautify their yards by keep ing the chickens confined to their 5own premises. Several in the city lire complaining about loose stock running over their yards and shrub bery and they ask you to please keep up all stock and poultry and give them a chance to beautify their yards and homes. * # * * The scientist that figured out that 70 per cent of the body and 90 per cent of the brain was water must be correct. For the most of us are going down hill. * * * * The Argentine cotton acreage for 1937-38 has been increased over 11 er- last season by several thousand ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

THURSDAY The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) i at the yostoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: i Year fl.00 One Year — - $1.50 rSix Months 76 Six Months 1.00 Three Months .60 Three Months .66 Atlanta Marches To Bigger Success year 1938 promises to be a great yfeur in the history of At- lanta. There are rumors in the air of many activities and enterprises which portend a growth and deve- lopment and advancement that will enable Atlanta to keep her place in the forefront of development and growth—a place that she has al- ways occupied. Approximately two hundred men are working in our city just now on our municipal developments and improvements. With the extension Charter No. 4922 Reserve District No. 11 Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Atlanta in the State of Texas, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

I il ill •A ai W 1 tDAY, JAN /Y 13, 1988 i '.J [ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS WT -..yvrv . - \ ; v . # /fc. # v' IV> *4.: :JiS- *** No doubt you have attended "Fake Sales" where they offered you "T-Bone Steaks" and give you "chili" when you get inside. Sale to us means cutting prices and giving bargains. i We are going to give you the "cream" at prices you like to pay.—THIS IS A "SALE" NOT A BLUFF." TAG We are overstocked and forced to unload to make room for new spring merchandise com- ing in daily. To unload we are disregarding costs and profits and marking our merchan- dise s« cheap thai it will move out. Join the crowds at COOK'S YELLOW TAG SALE, starting FRIDAY AT 9 A. M. COOK'S "Turning on the Heat rr With a Store-Wide, Price-Slashing Sale! We Are Not Fooling Around with a Few Specials. We are "Shooting th< and Drastically Cutting the Price on Fvery Item in our $10,000.00 stock. Stop ill be Closed all day Thursday rearranging and Marking new low Prices one single...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

ROSEMARY GLASS TO WED MR. HERBERT ALEXANDER served from silver plates completed One of the most elaborate social affairs of this season was that of Monday afternoon when Miss Ro salie Price entertained with a for mal tea at the colonial home of Mrs. Abb Brabham, announcing the engagement and approaching mar- ■iage of Miss Rosemary Glass to 'lerbert Alexander, of Longview. aption rooms formed a fitting background for the occasion with crystal vases of yellow calen- dulas and daisies placed at points •of vantage. The mantel holding a gold bar of California acacia and daisies emphasizing the chosen col- or scheme of yellow and white. Mrs. Brabnam greeted the guests ,t the door and presented them to the receiving line composed of Miss Rosalie Price, Miss Rosemary Glass Mrs. Vernon Glass Sr., mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. H. A. Alex- ander, groom-elect's mother, and Mrs. O. H. Brigsby, sister of Mr. • vqT*/lAr. rice chose as her costume nal model of champaign orsage of shell carnations...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS N, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, >1938 News ev. Everett filled his regu- third Sunday appointment here FECIAL PREMIUM VALUES SEE NEW CATALOG-FOLDER NOW PACKED, ,VITH COUPONS, IN HELIOTROPE FLOUR ^Atlanta Wholsale ' Grocery wmwmmrnmmmm i Three Days' Cough * Your Danger Signal i No matter how many medicines fo'\ have tried for your cough, chest X>ld, or bronchial irritation, you can jet relief now with Creomulsion. terious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with any remedy less potent than Oreomulsion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble and aids na- ture to soothe and heal the Inflamed nucous membranes and to loosen ind expel the germ-laden phlegm. Even 'f other remedies have failed, dont be discouraged, try Creomul- Blon. Your druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not thoroughly satisfied with the bene- fits obtained from the very first bottle. Creomulsion is one word—not 'wo, and it has no hyphen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS KILDARE SCHOOL NEWS three Senior Graduates Three Seniors will graduate at the mid-term. They are Allen For- shee, Alva Jo Wilcot of Smyrna, and Durrell Cobb, of Atlanta. The school also lost Buster Crain Wanda Crumpton, Marine Glass, Mary Anne McCain, Cleo Rhodes, and Maxine Stovall through with- drawal. Mr. Allen wishes to give greet- ings to Annon Goss, late of Vivian and Mary Emma Duck, of Linden, who have entered Atlanta High School. Commercial Department The Atlanta High School Com- •^Mercial Department looks forward ^Plgerly, to the County Interschol- astic Meet. The typists expect to present a few "Albert Tangor's and "Stella Williams" (world's champions) from Atlanta High. At any rate the 18 students who have entered the try-outs are look- ing forward to going places in the County Meet. This is our first year to offer Shorthand and the department is applying for allifiation, but never- theless, the stenographers plan bo plafje among the h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

• ''-ST}' ' -v •" ■' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS xf; City News Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor J*f ^l^ra: Ll '■&*<& JUBK^SJ^^ixANTA, TEXAS * *TaaKI1^' 3|. •>—nil* WW THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,1938 f*tt. Espa" j Sends News to Mrs. O. S. Adams In the absence of Mrs. J. E. El- lington in Shreveport please send your news items, subscriptions or adds to me at the Drug Store or to Mrs. Jno. Beaver at the Post Of- fice. Send promptly by Monday, or Tuesday noon. Mrs. O. S. Adams. Pies to Please All People The Methodist ladies are cham- pion pie makers. They are in a pie contest for the mouth of January. These pie dollars are greatly need- ed. Send your order to your fav- orite baker, for your favorite pie. We need your hel Married Glenice L. Owens, Randolph Field son of Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Owens, Arlington and Ruth L. Bell, San Antonio, were married December 81 at Travis Park parsonage. They are at home at 615 Broadway, San Antonio. Our best wishes to them. A Just Explanation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 19? THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ' I ; Jury List Cass Co. District Court Commencing February 7, 1938. H. E. Brown, Hardy Daniel, T. L. Cheek, J. W. Gholson, A. W. Teel, G. W. Hunnicutt, Royce C. Wood, C. J. Jones, F. S. McCoy, A. D. Glass, E. L. Brown, J. C. Morris, H. W. McCarty, I. J. Cagle, !• WATER PROOFING OIL! For Boots and Shoes, makes them wear better and longer All kinds of laces, 18 to 108 inches long— Jewel's Shoe Shop R L. McCord, C. C. Rainey, T. A. •Walker, Frank W. Thompson, Hen- ry Davia, C. E. Johnson, Arthur Thompson, R. L. Gage, C. L. Sim- mons, H. G. Thompson, J. S. Ament Jr., Fladge Smith, R. J. Wommack, N. A. Helms, B. C. Lynch, J. C. Torris. THIRD WEEK Commencing February 14,1938 E. G. Smith, S. E. Rich, J. A. Nelson, W. H. Hatcher, L. D. Hill, R. P. Brabham, W. N. Cargile, Jno. Burleson, J. R. Wiggins, J. R. But- ler, D. D. Akins, J. L. Patman, C. 0. Brown, J. N. Whittington, W. F. Patterson, D. Milner, E. H. Westbrook, W. W. Gre...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 January 1938

_________ iil^$PIJP4n „ ( """ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS fe-s /' ' -ijf sr itor Race To the people of Cass county: This will announce my candidacy tor re-election to the office of Tax Assessor-Collector of this county. At the same time I want to thank you for the splendid co-operation during the past year, and to sin- cerely solicit your support again, in the coming election. Respectfully yours, TOM W. FINLEY. Kildare Girls Lose Queen City Host Ostopath Assn. Arsonists Given First Game 30-33 Colored County Meet, March 19th A Colored county meet will be held at Bethlehem high school Sat- urday, March 19th. Meeting places of the district meets will be an- nounced by Mr. Yates next week. Members of the executive com- mittee will meet in Atlanta Satur- day, Jan. 22. To finish making arrangements for all events. All members are urged to be present. Time 11 a.m. W. S. Mitchell, director general. V "\rris County Teachers Banquet The tcachers of Morris county are holding a banquet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

I I The Citizens Journal FIFTY-NHCtH YEAR ATLANTA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938 NO. THREE CASS CO. ALLOWABLE 100 BARRELS PER WELL ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Only four more days to secure your citizenship's rights for 1938— vi Poll Tax Receipt. Monday is the Just day. PAYI^NOW! * * ♦ * Every citizen between the age of 21 and GO should have a poll tax receipt before Monday night as one dollar of it goes into the school fund to pay teachers' salaries. * * We find farmers of Cass county with an attentive ear toward the movement of the Atlanta C. of C. to build a canning plant here. Ev- eryone says build it—we will grow the necessary crops to keep it run- ning. We want a chance to make a decent living and cannot do it growing cotton. What's good for the farmer is good for the business man—for we are still an agricul- tural county and must depend upon it for our livelihood. Let us raise Vhe necessary funds and build the canning plant in time for this years crops and make 1938 a great ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 January 1938

STAMPING BOOKS •The librarians of the Atlanta High School are stamping the books of the students the same numbers to prevent the loss of so many bookB. The Freshman numbers are from 800 to 850. Sophomores from 901 to 965; Juniors from 1001 to 1094; Seniors from 1101 to 1165. LIBRARY NEWS Tne Atlanta High School has just received several new books and magazines which will be help- ful in school work. The new books are Barrets of Wimpole Street, Green Mansions, Famous Men of Rome, Luck of Roaring Camp, Earth for Sam, Microbe Hunters, ' Saint Joan, Ballad Book of 1890, Facts and Background of English and American Literature, Do You Believe It, Romance of Scientific, and Snapshots of Science. The new magazines are Current History, Nations Business, Business Week, American Home, Wonians Home Companion, National Geo- graphic Magazine, Pathfinder, Scho lastic, Hygeia Health, World Youth Safety Education, Wee Wisdom, Popular Science every month. If the students will cooperate with the libra...

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