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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 August 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS i / For Men ■■■y- 5igop/ " .y.,, A'igust 4th ff.ijU.f i;i; I.I.I.I i>..] A u*t 5th GOOD I1EAVY TENNIS SHOES Any size— 2 Pair for MEN'S GOOD PLOW SHOES Leather Uppers— Composition Sole DUNLAP'S SUPER VALUE 8 OZ. ' SANFORIZED OVERALLS For Men MEN'S SANFORIZED KHAKI SHIRTS ANI) PANTS per garment FINE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS For men or boys— 2 for Regular $1.00 and $1.25 DRESS SHIRTS ROY'S VAT DYED Dress Shirts 88c CRINKLE COTTON Bed Spreads Double Bed Size O © ooC Full Weight 12 Oz. Canvas Gloves Dunlaps Heavy Duty Knock out. 10 pairs 88c MEN'S AND BOY'S Dress Oxfords Black or Brown uppers—Good Lasts—Extra O-f ©C> Wear Compo SolesX O 0 MEN'S GOVERNMENT Standard Shorts Vat dyed Broadcloth or Comb- ed yarn cotton Q6o vests; 4 for OOv 40 inch Brown Muslin 20 yards for 88c Summer Pattern in Genuine 80 Square Prints ?„rds... 88c OUT THEY GO! Shoes Women's Ties, Pumps Sandals; broken sizes 88c and Children's Leather Play Shoes and Sandals 88c Seamed Sh...

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

:a;';Ar"- ym* %xm GROVE Nora Blanche Greene Mrs. E. W. Davis and children, of Cass visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Blackman, and other relatives over the week end. Mrs. T. S. Fbster and children, of Tyler, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Blackman and other relatives last week-end. Miss Marie Blue returned home from her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watson have moved into our community, we are indeed glad to have them with us glad that J. W. is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Bee Randolph, of Fort Worth, visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hobbs and baby returned home with them THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS - . ■ ■ - - m Mrs. James McCarthine and son, Miss Anna Mae Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cross spent from Tues- day until Thursday morning in the J. L. Cross home. Miss Bernice McCarty spent Sat- urady night with Miss Fannie Crutcher. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith and children of Vivian, La., spent Sun- day in the J. L. Cross home. Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 August 1939

I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS yire$totie 'HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES SAVE V ro' OH * 3C> 00 Ti->.U . I*1lO "*2' —• afi SAVE £0% ~ ON PICNIC ■ JUGS ■- «| N Ti region STANDARD "TIRE SCIENTIFIC SAFETY GIVES NEW LOW PRICES GARDEN HOSE Come in today and equip your <ar with the value sensation of 1939 ■LIFETIME! GUARANTEE no time or ■mileage! ■limit! See Firestone Tires made m the Fires/one Factory and Exhibition Building at New York World* , Pair. Alto visit the Firestone Exhibit at the Golden Gate International Exposition at San Francisa Listen to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks, Margaret Speaks and the Firestone Symphot^ 1 Orchestra, under direction of Alfred Wallenstein, Monday evenings, Nationwide N.B. C Red Netuvn L. L. DALRYMPLE, Distributor Texaco Warehouse, Phone 374, Atlanta SPR1NGDALE Bessie Lununua Sunday School and prayer meet- ing was well attended Sunday morn ing and night. Everyone come to Sunday School and prayer meeting each Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 August 1939

mmf. rff'< ' MT, AUGU8T 1,1989 i - ■ '■" " ■"" ' " : fw-""v V:>rR:' ""; I®:? ** THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS TODAY and ■PARKE R| SKXKBRIDQE JEWS. . outrageous Nothing has aroused so much in dignation throughout the Christian world as the outrageous treatment of the Jews by the Nazi govern- ment of Germany Unlike previous anti-Jewish movements, the excuse that Jews are enemies of the church is not put forward now. The Hitler government's attitude toward Christians, both Catholic and Pro- testant, is almost as outrageous as its attitude toward Jews. What the dictator of Germany is j afraid of is any sort of religion. No dictatorship can survive so long as religious ideals are preached to its people. For the essential teaching of all religion is that of reverence for and allegiance to God first.; A government which rules by force must command the only allegiance of its peop'e, or sooner or later; they will rise in revolt and over- j throw the dictator by force. That is wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! mmr- ■ Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1939 NUMBER THIRTY-ONE Cotton Crop Is Smallest In Five Years Three Injured In Car Collision Nolan Dean, with his sister and her baby, were in a car accident near Hughes Springs, Sunday night. Mr. Jordan, driver of the other car was critically injured and was rushed to the Hospital in Dallas. Mr. Dean's sister and baby were treated at the Hughes Springs cli- nic. Mr. Dean escaped injury. WASHINGTON, Aug. 8—An Ag riculture Department forecast of a cotton crop of 11,412,000 bales this year—the smallest since 1935. Such a crop, farm officials said, would be below the anticipated domestic consumption and exports during the current marketing season. In that event, buyers would have to turn to surplus stocks estimated at 14,250,000 bales. The crop reporting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

fffwi THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS , • > WJP hMHH ^v'-v' i' • :. • ,* pi/. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1989 r«i i«e Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. RARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffic* 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 Throe Months 65 Three Months 60 WRIGHT PATM*N!SpX^ ~M & m t m L^rr-* WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — V Serious Situation In House— As heretofore pointed out in this letter, there is an ugly situa- tion in the House \>f Representa- tives between Members from the cities and the Members from ru- ral areas. It commenced when an effort wus made to increase the appropriation for Wl'A by filty million dollars for which the'city members were pleading, but which was denied. Immediately the city Members comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

'I " I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS — - ■ O'FARRELL Hazel Gillespie 'LetoV for Bad Gums Do your gums itch, burn or cause you discomfort, Druggists will re- turn your money if the first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to satisfy. WALKER DRUG CO., PHONE 67 ttOTO* By RUTH J. COOPER, Consulting Home Economist Breeder-Feeder Association Milk Is Food—Not a Beverage Everybody Likes Chicken NOTE *7(4*4 WELL CAN . . . it's the new package in which you'll find Humble 997 Motor Oil at Humble Service Stations and Humble deal- ers. ... It is appropriate that the new package should be adopted at this time: recent additions to Humble's manu- facturing facilities have en- abled the Company to make definite improvements in a continuously improved prod- uct—to go on beyond past improvements and offer you a motor oil which will give you balanced performance in your car. . . . BALANCED 997 is just what the name im- plies—it has all the desirable qualities of a motor oil in perfect balance, none sacri-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

If / Local 417 Gives Barbecue Local 417 of Atlanta Texas, gave a barbecue at Queen City Satur- day night on the former camp grounds of Buckhorn filling sta- tion. There were between 300 and 400 present, including drillers, rig builders and rough necks and their families Approximately 600 pounds of meat was barbecued and served with all the trimmings. Plenty of ice cream and cold drinks were served to the entire picnic party. G. E. Tipton, president and O. C. Good son, secretary of the local were in charge of the barbecue. King's Annual Reunion Held In Texarkana The King annual reunion was held at Spring Lake Park, Tex- arkana, Sunday, August 6, Henry B. King and Anne Snipe, were married in Alabama in 1867. They moved to Cass county (then Davis county) in 1869, and bought a farm for which they paid $900.00 in gold, from Felex B. Bryan, who moved to Dallas, Texas. This farm contained 160 acres to which they continued to add and improve un- til it was one of the leading farms then in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

- M r SSPRv *.?*3M '• '1■" IWj3 *'1S^ pP3v ^«rn ®^m-;W.'''''.ro ' • ■■■ P®5?.' V;v >'4 ' ! ,- JsKIe ;';N'tfy> ll $j,.$R> ««jg«|RR TLHE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, • • PHlirO 95F 9 9 Exclusive new design, developed by famous Phile engineers, brings you nma/.ing new tarings anil convenience! INowe, batteries to buy and recharge ,,,iw wind chargers. Self-contained Battery C' Block gives almost double the ca- pacity at one-third the cost. New tubes cut current drain to one- third. Still you enjoy the finest tone and performance ever of- fered at the price. Come in—see this and otlnv big Pnilco values. Atlanta Electric Co. Phone 46 Atlanta, Texas Mrs. Malcome Campbell, of Bon- ham, Texas, is visiting here this week, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hefner. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith and i children were last week end visitor* J in St. Joe, Texas, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lanier Uichey. Miss Dian Richey returned home with them | after visiting here with relatives....

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

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Carnegk ■la ' I 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friend* and Influence People." There Was One Born Every Minute— Including Himself P. T. BARNUM Who was the biggest faker in American history? The laurels un- doubtedly belong to old P. T. Bar- num, the Connecticut Yankee who made himself the most famous showman on earth. Barnum was proud to call him- self "The Prince of Humbugs." He even wrote a book entitled, Hunm bugs of the World,, and was flatter ed when people denounced him as a fraud, a scoundrel, a mounte- bank, and a charlatan. He loved to fool the public. He once advertised a strange horse, whose head was where its tail ought to be and whose tail was where its head ought to be. The public flock- ed to behold this astonishing freak of nature; after paying twenty- five cents admission, they saw a horse backed into the stall, with his tail tied to the feed-trough. Although Barnum's name is now a synonym for the circus, the fact is t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

'V. ■ THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1989 QUEEN CITY MM. J. G. Dell Baptist Revival Closes— The revival at the Queen City Baptist Church has attracted large congregations and good interest. There have been several conver- sions. Since the meeting has two days yet to run final results can- not be given at this writing. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATEAMT*, TEXAS GEO. SMITH The Blacksmith is still do- ing business at the same old stand. All work given the best of care, and staisfac- tion given on all jobs given us. Bill Kerston, from Ashdown Ark., with 35 years in the business is now with us— Come in and meet him. Your Business Appreciated G. W.SMITH Atlanta, Texas Tongues of Fire— Pastor L. L. Burkhalter, on last Sunday morning, chose for the theme of hiB sermon, "Tongues of Fire." Scriptures used were James 3:2-12, and Acts 2:3-4. The mini- ster explained that these scriptures made it clear that there were two kinds of tongues of fire—First o< us need to remember the com- mandment of the decalogu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 August 1939

mm JPK. mm* m ^§l*i&Re By RUTH J. COOPER, Consulting Home Economist Breeder-Feeder Association Start Now for Winter Pastures STRAT NOW FOR WINTER .....allow for pulverizing and com The foundation of nexts year's! pacting the soil. None of the clov- mtR *6AIM FOR ME, I'LL NEVER SPECULATE ■YES SIR, O'BRIEN A ANYMORE. I DOMT i INVESTED SOME UKE TKA WELL MONEY IN THE KN0U6H/ STOCK MARKET, TODAY r-OOESNTTUKE TEA WELL EN0U6H.i.T Uri , A SILLY REMARK FOR CBRtEN TO MAKE, HfoJ ALWAYS CONSIDERED WMy l AN iNTftLLIOiNT ■ income is laid this fall. The '*Sep- tember rains" (which often begin era germinate - well in a deep,' loose seed bed, and if it has not j irC mm >isr' w Lf^'u \ , Thursday, august 10, i 89 in August) may grow a winter j had time for the rains to "settle" cover crop to enhance the cotton | it extra work will be required to yields next summer, may start | firm the sub surface and create green pastures for winter grazing i a finely granulated surface tilth may be stored (e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! : mmpwk ■ ■ . Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO Indian Hills Country Club Formal Opening With the music of Jay Greene and his Sidekickcrs, Atlanta's many members of the Indian Hills taki a)1 ,of Mrg . d Country Club and their out of : . . . , . Louis Miles Home Burglarized The home of Lewis Miles was en- tered last Saturday night a week ago, taking a new radio, ransack- ing the room considerably and breaking a lamp. Last Saturday night about 9 o'- clock, the home was entered again, ... , , coat, and two pair of troupers of twon guests opened the new club',. M„ an e]eeMc alfif) tak. house with all the trimmins Fn-1 jng Misg Mammie Mileg, radi()j which had been moved into the room alter Mr. Miles' had been tak- n the week before. Oday night, August 11, the club's beautif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

m , lYJJMJCUST The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARKELL, Editor and Publisher 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 7B Three Months 65 Three Months 50 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS WRIGHT PATMAN Wil^i L WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEKAS — The recently adjourned Congress, old age taxes for u period of considered amendment to the so-', 18 months prior to January 1, 1940 cial security act. This act which will be eligible to all the bone- was passed by Congress in 1935; fits under the new law, which in has two new provisions in the made effective January 1, 1940, new amendments that are helpful in the new Act, instead of Jun- to those past 65 years of age. One, uary 1, 1!>42, as under the original is the old age insu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

J.—:r Sp*1"! >:7l i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, IS "Br \ki M J O 6 MILLION MILES a year IN TEXAS without a serious accident EACH MOKNING this Texas telephone man climbs into his blue-gray tmclc and goes about his job of making telephones talk. Safety rides with him as he drives through city streets and over country highways. Last year he, and other telephone men in Texas, drove 600 telephone cars and trucks more than six million miles—the equivalent of 241 trips around the world—without a serious accident. There were a few scratched fenders to be sure . . . but last year's average for minor accidents was only one in 177,000 miles of telephone driving in Texas. Safe, courteous, considerate driving is an important part of a telephone man's train- ing. Safety, the duty of every good citizen to his community, is one of this company's goals as it goes about its job of furnishing good telephone service at low cost to you. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

k' > * C' C' v h n t i 1 1 I 1 i < ■] 1 Ml Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Geo. Grog an Weds Miss Jolee Tittle The marriage Saturday, August 12, in Texarkana, of Miss Jolee Tit- tle, daughter cf Major and Mrs. L. W. Tittle, of Commerce, and George Grogan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Grogan, of Bivins, was of wide interest throughout the State. The ceremony was performed at gave a picnic for the club members and their families in Jim Robin- son's pasture. There were 4(i peo- ple present. At 10 o'clock the ladies got busy and made pot stew, while the men played 42, at noon a wonderful dinner was spread, plen- ty of eats lots of iced tea and what a feast, the club is sponsor- ing an ice Aeam supper at Mrs. Pearl Hancock's on August 29. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sherrer, and daughters, Margaurite and Mel- ba; Mr. Willie Coleman; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Brown and daughters, Patsy, Mary Ann and Joyce; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sherrer; Mr. and Mrs. S. F. McCoy and children, Franklin and Alic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Locals Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Arnold, of Gatesville, Texas, were visiting re- latives and friends here the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ooks visited in the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Harwell, in Shreveport, La., last week-end. They enjoyed a delicious dinner given in honor of their wed- ding anniversary. Mrs. T. P. Trice and Mrs. W. E. Scott and son Joe Bivins are visit- ing with relatives and friends in Minter, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Chesley O'Neal have returned after a visit in the Ozark mountains in Arkansas. Mrs. Andrew Oden and daughter Nancy Ann, of Houston, Texas, are visiting here guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Neal, of Shreveport, La., were Sunday visi- tors here. Mrs. O'Neal remained for this week, gust of her sister, Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Lanier ltichey and children, of St. Jo, Texas, are here this week gust in the T. II. Ilichey home. Mr. and Mrs. Freid Manning visited...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

Wmm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1989- STOCK BRIDGE MEMORIES review My earliest memories are of war. In my childhood practically every WAR . pressure Outside of our Indian battles my own country was not engaged in war until I was grown up and mar- ried. Look at our national record for the past forty years. We went to war with Spain to free Cuba, We took the Philippines as part of the loot. We had a long and pretty serious war with the Filipinos, who .objected to being. sold down the river. We sent armed forces into several Latin-American countires to collect debts owing to Americans. When Mr. Taft was President grown man 1 knew was a veteran of! we were so close to war with Mex the Civil War. Our "hired man" I ico that we sent the largest army on the farm was only one of many | we had ever assembled since 18G5 ■who still wore their old Army over to the Mexican border, ready for coats in Winter. I action. Early in 1914, before Europe Nobody got anywhere i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

* :A">- !«-f' ^€mwmMm .11 *-> WfiJEfti THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1989 Dale Carnegk 5-Minute Biographies Author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People." At 26 He was a star; At 53 a Has-Been; At 57 the Greatest Actor in America THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS LIONEL BERUYMOUE Ok was there that night in 1918 when Lionel Barrymore upended on Broadway as Milt Shanks in The Copperhead. It was a brilliant occa- sion, a triumph that made dramatic history. An exicted audience leaped to its feet and cheered wildly and frantically through fifteen curtain calls. Fifteen years later, I had a long talk with Lionel Barrymore in the Green Kowm at Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer's headquarters on Broadway. When he began talking about his struggles for recognition as an actor, I was astonished. "What"? You? A Barrymore, with all the prestige and glamor of your family behind you— surely you never had to struggle!" I demanded. IJgHe looked at me for a moment Tuid, in his low rumbling voice, re- plied:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 17 August 1939

|ri ,-n' • W THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■**-,\v .f • •*' *:iV f|' . '■>*> ' THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1939 pi1?** i I r SPRINGDALE Bessie Lummua Sunday School and preaching services were well attended during the week-end. Rev. Nichols preach ed Sunday morning and Rev. Lum- mus preached Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Lummus of Melrose, New Mexico, and Mrs. L. L. Matlock and daughter, of Hugo, Okla., are visiting Rev. and Mrs. O. A. Lummus. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Lummus are visiting their other relatives in and around Queen City while Mrs. Matlock and daughter are remaining with Rev. and Mrs, Lummus for a visit. Miss Jim Kate Duncan and Gene Green spent Sunday with Miss Ag- nes Puckett. Jewel Graves and Mr. and Mrs J. W. Graves spent Sunday in Long view with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Puckett spent Sunday in the home of Rev. and Mrs. 0. A. Lummus. Mrs. J. N. Cornelius and Jackie spent Sunday in Mrs. J. D. Greene's home. Mr. and Mrs J. D. Waters and childr...

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