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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

v., . ' •' \ %' • /•:• v.',:. .vr P.VU4-I . nv:: ■ <:T "■y!' '• ^v™- i^vS^HPPl * /■> l"> Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1939 ===== October Term Court Jury List The following is the jury list for the October term of Cass County District Court. G. C. Ford, district clerk, reports that he opened only the pettit jury lists for the first .three weeks. Grand Jurors J. C. Frost, S. J. Brock, Bryans MilL Wiley Wommack, E. H. West- brooks, Marietta. Shep Granberry, Douglassville. R. S. Hurt, Bloomburg. John Beaver, Queen City. R. E. Florence, E. C. McKinnon, Atlanta. Bernard McLeod, McLeod. A. H. Long, Bivins. John Walker, Kildare. A. M. Allday, W. W. Iiurk, W. W Wommack, Linden. R. C. Conner, Avinger. I'ettit Jurors, First Week, Oct. 25 O. W. Lemmon, Paul Stone, J. L Ford, I. E. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

\Ai viuJtl&i .• 'ik-iv i: .v i «§£;' ■ W '"'• V1 ~ ~ The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, 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 Si* Months 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Three Months 50 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1989 WRIGH T PAT MA N ' WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — The President's Speech The President, in his message to Congress when the extraordinary session met, endeavored to make it clear that the present so-called Neu trality Act is not a neutral act at all but is calculated to get us into war. He has asked that it be repealed and the "cash and carry" or the "come and get it" proposal be in- serted instead. Under the present act, Germany is helped. If the act is repealed, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

Wp! wM E'S; M 0 < THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS HUFFINES Ruth Driskell, reporter Church and S. S. were well at- tended this week end. Everyone come to sinking next Sunday night. Chester Waters of Laws Chapel and Miss Una Wall were quietly united in marriage Saturday night at 9 o'clock in the Huffines Bap- tist church by Rev. Tim Wall. Mrs. Waters is the popular young daughter of Mrs. B. L. Wall, a grad uate of Atlanta high school, and is employed with Turtle's Variety store. Mr. Waters is employed with the Texas highway department. They will make their home in Laws Chapel. We will miss Mrs. Waters great- ly from our community. She was an active leader in the S. S. and church We wish them success. Misses Eunice Hosey and Geneva Rogers, and Troy Tolleson and Eu- gene Lynch spent week end with home folks from business college. Miss Louise Taylor entered Com- merce ETSTC last Monday. We wish her success. T. W. Williams is home from the LimTen CCC c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

' <w-JI ?•? "^.V.V '. V?"'' * V " . 1 " • l\> Ay■', .*i ' $^ PWBJffl■■'" 'Y '' jgHRftI® II the citizens journal, atlanta, texas P MM* thursday, september 28, 1989. Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 P G Roberts-Coffey Birthdays Honored There was a birthday dinner giv- en Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Coffey, honoring Mr. W H. Roberts on his 64th birthday and John Coffey on his 58th birthday. There were 68 present. At the noon hour a most delici- Hutchison Reunion Near Bowie Hill More than fifty persons, descend- ants and relatives of the late J. C Hutchison, gathered at Hutchison's lake, near Bowie Hill, Thursday, in a family reunion, which was es- tablished as an annual event dur- ing the lifetime of Mr. Hutchison ous dinner was served picnic style< on his birthday anniversary. A fish ciinnor urae corvorl tr fVineo nroc. in the shade of the trees in the yard. The birthday cakes were very pretty, lighted with candles. All en- joyed the dinner very much. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

o * fvs?.- i, j*>i 1 * I y 3 '" Vi ■; ■' fy.fi* WIS■•-'! *' ■.';?<■ fflzyw?*': : $:>'■'■■ ': ' .• •"• ' ;• • •' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS STATE OF TEXAS—COUNTY OF "CASS: The supplemental or re-assessment of properties heretofore prepared b; In accordance with the provisions of Articles 7346 to 7349, Revised Civil"Statutes of Texas of 1925, Notice is hereby given as follows: the Tax Assessor and Collector of McLeod Independent School District and submitted to the Board of 'trustees ot said McLeod Indepe day of September A. D., 1939, finally adopted by the Board, and the values of the properties hereinbelow described were finally fixed and equalized at the figures hereinbelow set out, and the Board finally I adopted ihe supplemental or re-assessments against the owners named and against the several properties as hereinbelow set out and described, and ordered that said supplemental or re-assessment shall be adver- tised for the time and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

' ' life mis H:- V' ''P1' IBr® CP* - %-f';%V?*?"*'fhl>r£••<' vV< >: .••• ',,; ''- i jwRfiSr: -1 ■ ;-'• '' ■'! ; '"■• fti ■ ■ Q THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington 75 Leaguer* At Cornet— A big League evening at Cornet last Thursday night, where 75 young people had a fine program. Recreational hour and refreshments by hostess League. A good group from Queen City. Married— On the wing, we learn of the mar riage of Herman Baird, formally of Courtland, now stationed at Army Fort in Colorado, to a Col- orado lady. We send good wishes. Dead— Mrs. Ira Luramus, Bloomburg, died Saturday night. Buried Tues- day at O'Farrell. She leaves a large family. Her daughter Ruby, student in TSCW, had only left her mother Saturday afternoon, thinking her on way to recovery. Her daughter Ola is Supt. of Austin Hall at TSCW. Our sympathy to the bereaved family. of Texas is adding her tribute through. Gov. W. Lee O'Daniel, who issued proclamation for Fran- ces Wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

*■ 'V V , . V>,vW-3 ft V 7/ • W' ' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS PJNEY GROVE Mr*. Ennla Anderson Everyone sure enjoyed Bro. Burk halters message Saturday night. Also Bro. Thompsons message Sunday and Sunday night. We in- vite Bro. Burkhalter back any time. Our community was made very sad Sunday over the death of Mrs. Ira Lummus. We extend our love and sympathy to her family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crouch and f Mrs. Ida Burson and son, Travis, l were Sunday dinner guests in Mr. | and Mrs. Jay Williams hame. Sun- I day afternoon visitors were: Mr. I and Mrs. Clint Thompson and Mr. jl and Mrs. Watt McCall, Mrs. Smith, • of Douglassville. •'^Elbert Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. B(ul«d Dupree, of Texarkana vis- it(^^p Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Beck nnoWrs. Thomas homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. Stovall visited in Mr. and Mrs. Travis Horton home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Waters, J. W. Ili t FIRE, AUTOMOBILE, BURGLA- RY, PUBLIC LIABILITY. PRO- PERTY DAMAGE, WINDSTORM, II...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 September 1939

H' ~WMMMjir~^^ — i I'm'pmrri'ii'n n>rm WM>BiMWiBiiilil f>iiiliiiMW(iiiw i i , QV 75 t A last you* Reci by ] fron M>ar 0 riag of Ait orai Dei 1 die< da} S dai hat aft ret Su i fai Bo Sc rei iaj da ris B. H Si M R d< ■w P F G o o e v . ■ MM M I mm'm / THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS FAIR WINNERS— (Continued from first page) 12 to 14, Jackie Stubbs, first; Doris Walters, second; Marvolymn Stubbs, third. 14 to 21, Euna Fitts, first; Fay Lee, second; Lonilla Parrish, third. Picnic Toggs, June Hasket, first; Loulla Parrish, second; Dorothy • HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED! # CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSED FREEMAN CLEANERS Phone 316 Atlanta Texas STOP BY PENN'S If you want some of the best Meats in Town, priced right to please you; also better line of • GROCERIES • ERUITS • VEGETABLES! We buy Country Produce Will Pay you Cash! & MARKET Across from Postoffice In the Busy Part of Atlanta! -*J* v %**'■* ♦J* %♦ j' •J* ' •*« ♦% ►*• *« •*< •*« *« ♦*« Gene Tbomas, third. Secr...

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

I' ■ fif I, —rf~ 3 * *- v. vv:t I I Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! Citizens journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1939 NUMBER THIRTY-NINE Dallas Fair To Open Saturday, Oct. 7 DALLAS, TEXAS—A complete State Fair—More than that—a com- plete Southwestern Exposition will greet the million visitors expected by the State Fair of Texas October 7 to 22. As the opening date drew near yj.officials announced that all exhibits were in place, livestock barns were overflowing, agricultural showings had been set, the free acts had ar- rived, the star production of Fol- 1940 Chevrolets Showing, Oct. 14 Mr. A. O. Brabham local Chevro- let dealer, in an interview today looked forward to a bright future with the showing of the new 1940 Chevrolet at the East Texas Motor Company on Saturday, October 14. Mr. Brabham commented upon the econnomic importance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 October 1939

flwi !5" = THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, QUEEN CITY K Mra. J E. Ellington War Is Hell— If war was hell when Sherman made his famous statement, what is it today? When murder from the sky is taking toll of men women and children, and the aged; mur- der from under the sea destroying lives and ships. Ah! The terrors of this war cannot be defined. Moth- ers and fathers of America, have we borne our sons for a holocaust like this? Baby Boy— Born Sept. 28, a baby boy, to Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard Clements, wt. 8 and 3-4 pounds. Name Tram Dav is. Mr. Clements says they have the atart of two on his baseball team. Baptist Missionary Union— The Baptist ladies of Queen City are attending the B. W. M. U. in Bloomburg this week. See reports next week. Sept 27, Robt. Murry Birthday— Nino years means a lot to a boy and especially when a big birth- day party comes along with it. Mrs. 'Henry Riley entertained 17 of his young friends at Atiifnta park with a weenie roast, punch ...

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

II 1 il j iereDy given as loiiows: The supplemental or re-assessment of properties heretofore prepared by endent School District and submitted to the Board of Trustees of said McLeod Independent School District, were, after due notice and hearing, on this the 11th STATE OF TEXAS—COUNTY OF CASS: ..... In accordance with the provisions of Articles 7346 to 7349, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas of^ 1925, Notice is hereby given as follows: the Tax Assessor and Collector of McLeod Indet ..... . .. j , , ... .—. ;. day of September A. D., 1939, finally adopted Dy the Board, and the values of the properties hereinbelow described were finally fixed and equalized at the figures hereinbelow set out, and the Board finally adopted ihe supplemental or re-assessments against the owners named and against tne several properties as hereinbelow set out and described, and ordered that said supplemental or re-assessment shall be adver- tised for the time and in the manner provided by law, said supplemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 October 1939

m THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 193!> = Atnalta Chapter Delphian Society The Atnalta chapter of the Del- phian Society met in the beautiful home of Mrs. Barton McClendon. After a short business meeting, the subject "How Britian's Modernized Commerce Affected the Outcome of the War," was presented by Mrs. Byron Hefner, leader for thej twelfth program. Topics were j presented as follows: 1—"The Various Causes of the Second Hundred Years' War" Mrs. Jack Oakes. 2—"The First Triumph of British Imperialism," Mrs. Tiiford Hughes. 3—"Mercantilism and George III Lose England the American colo- nies," Mrs. Guy Gullion. 4—"The Last Epoch of the 'Second Hundred Years' War." Mrs. D. B. Whitehead. 5—"Effects of the Commercial Revolution; Supplies for War and Peace," Mrs. N. P. Hanner. 6—"Effects of the Commercial Revolution; New Foods and Fash- ions" Mrs. N. P. Hanner. 7—"Effects of the Commercial Revolution; Trade Expansion in Spite of Taxes, Wars and Debts," Mrs. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 October 1939

RWii . U ■ «M<£i&i£ilft* '■ >' J' ' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS >^^wvi^wywwvdiuvw//^v|ywvvwjwiA> AUCTION! THE ENTIRE STOCK OF I „ , _ 5 Hardware and Furniture Thousands of items to be sold at your own price. This stock must be sold at Public Auction, starting prompt- 1 P. M., Sat. Oct. 7 Sale continues each Saturday afternoon until entire stock is sold. BRING THE CASH AND GET YOUR: HARNESS FURNITURE HARDWARE PLOW PARTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE Located at the old Tom Spell and Johnson building across the street from the depot. R. P. Willis Sr., Trustee ■ a M Locals B. G. Simmons, Oil City, La., is now employed at Miles Drug Store in the prescription department. Charley Powell of Avinger was Sunday visitor heie with his daugh- ter, Mrs. J. R. Crow and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. J'rice were Saturday-Sunday visitors in Waco with Miss Rosalie Price and attend- ed the Haylor-Southwestern foot- ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Hope Greene, Mr. and Mrs. E....

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

WW THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1989 DOUGLASSMLLE Mr#. B. W. Swint We are very happy that our com- munity was given second place at the lair. We received several prizes also. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morriss, Mr. and Mrs. Watt McCall and Mrs. Lula Smith and Delona visited in the B. B. Webster home in Texark ana Sunday. The old Snipes building is being torn down today. Mr. Frost who recently lost his barn by fire will use the material to rebuild a barn, Mrs. A. B. McBride is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Ramsey, of Forest. She attended their fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration. She will visit her daughters in Gladewater and New London before she returns borne. Miss Thomas visited relatives in Paris last week-end, returning Sun day. We are very glad to know that Mrs Bushart who has been ill is better and is able to return to school. We are very happy to report that our quarterly meeting was a suc- cess. Two charges reported pas- tor's salary paid in full. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 October 1939

THUHMX7, )BER 5, 1986 MIDWAY Mrs. H. L. Hunt There will be a pie-supper at Midway, Thursday night, October 6. Everyone is invited. Mrs. 11. L. Hunt was called to San Augustine Sunday to be with her mother, who is ill. Everyone here hopes Mrs. Tower will be well soon. Misses Fannie Cruteher and Ber- nice McCarty spent Sunday with Miss Monnie Mae Griffin. r; , THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS dessa; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Penny and Mr. Jim Elliot, of Bryans Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hendrix and daughter visited Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stovall of Piney Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Williams and daughters spent Saturday night in the A. A. Powell home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blaydes and Bobby spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lummus. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cross are visiting in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Sanders and his mother were Sunday guests in Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cross and the A. A. Powell home. family, spent the week-end in Min- den, La. Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 5 October 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS AN ORDINANCE I Atlanta, Texas, October 2,1939 • The City Council of the City of Atlanta, Texas, met in regular ses- sion at 7:30 o'clock p.m., on the sec- ond day of October, A. 1)., 1939, at the City Hall of said city, at which time there were present G. H. Cham blee, mayor, Alderman M. H. Glass, Almerman T. A. Howe, Alderman M. G. Hughes, Alderman T. J. Nel- son, arid E. C. McKinnon, city sec- retary-treasurer and tax assessor- collector. Alderman Boyd Johnson was absent. The meeting ,was called to order by G. H. Chamblee, mayor. On mo- tion made by Alderman M. G. Hughes and seconded by Alderman T. J. Nelson, which carried unani- mously as follows: "BE IT ORDAINED, that the City issue Street, Water and Sewer Improvement Warrants to the extent of Seven Thousand Five hundred and no-100 ($7500.00) Dollars, to pay for certain labor <LetoV for Bad Gums Are your gums irritated? Do they itch? Do they burn? Do your gums cause you annoyance? Drug- gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 October 1939

1 3 J Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1939 NUMBER FORTY Fox Hunters Meet Bowie Hill, Oct 25 The Northeast Texas Fox Hunt- ers' Association will h< l<l its an- nual fall meet, October 25th and 26, at Bowie Hill, Cass county, Tex- as, about halfway between Sulphur River and Queen City, Highway No. 47, eighteen miles south of Tex- arkana. • Signs will be placed on the high- way at Bowie Hill directing hunt- ers to the camp site. Make plans to arrive Wednesday evening in time to establish camp, cook, and eat before the first cast is made, which will be at eight o'clock. All persons wishing to enter hounds in the running should enter them at the first cast. Plenty of wood and water will be available at the camp site. Bring your tent, bedding, and eats. The horn blowing contest will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 October 1939

I I I THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS CITY Mr*. JT. E. Ellington higher, christian living and greater church activities. Childhood and Youth Week— Nationally we observe Childhood and Youth Week, October 15-22. This is a beautiful custom. Our children and young people need our love, sympathy and christian ex- ample in helping them to become their best selves. A Texas newspaper carried a cartoon picturing a father on Sun- day morning in his smoking jacket, submerged in the Sunday news- paper, with parts of the paper all scattered about him, expressing con cern that their children go to church. But this shallow concern can never mold character. We must live the life we would want our children to live. They are reading our lives—Not what we say. Their tender years are our opportunities. Let us love them ten- derly, and lead them safely in to the heaven of the abundant life. An aged friend standing with a young mother, by the cradle of her baby, and as his eyes filled with tears, sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 October 1939

. ■ mmf. © o THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Ml Abb O, Brabham Attends Pre-Showing of 1940 Chevrolets in Dallas, Tuesday Dr. E. W. Frankenstein, Optometrist, Holds Anniversary Optical Offer One Week, October 16 to 21, Inclusive Dr. E. W. Frankenstein, Popular and well known Optometrist, on his next regular visit to Atlanta, will be inaugurating his anniversary optical offer, whereby he will be saving you money on your optical work. It is generally known in Atlanta and Cass County, that when Dr. Frankenstein advertises a special sale on glasses you can depend up- on saving money. One of his spe- cial offers will be double vision Kryptok glasses complete, ground for each individual case direct from wholesaler to you for $9.85 com- plete. With the above offer you get a scientific examination, white gold filled frames or your choice of zylonite frames, case to keep glasses in and Dr. Frankenstein's usual guarantee. You may expect the same thorough examina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 12 October 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 193!) ™Atlanta Woman*8 Holds Session Mrs. Morris Battle was hostess ■ Thursday to the Atlanta Woman's Club, which met in her home at V de 1*1 \ m 4 p, m. The meeting wag opened with the roll call, reading of the minuteB, and reports of various committee?. Mrs. Joe Nichols, cor responding secretary, read a letter of resignation of one club member and a letter from the high school (principal asking the club for sup port of a fund to aid needy Atlanta i high school students. The club ' voted to accept the resignation of the member and to contribute to the student fund. Following the business session, Mrs. Lee Warren, leader of the af- ternoon program, introduced to the club, Mrs. T. D. Hill who gave a talk on "How to Build a Color Scheme." Mrs. Verde Richey then gave suggestions for selection and arrangement for all types of pic- tures. An open forum was con- ducted after the program, and dis- cussion of the complete color sche...

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