The Citizens Journal (Atlanta, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1945 Page: 5 of 8
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1945
THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN
Your car operates at less cost and
stays "new" longer—and you get
much more pleasure in its use—
when your service station takes a
really personal interest in it.
We've built our business on the
policy of trying to give every custo-
mer a bit more than he pays for. We
believe you, too, will like our service.
Why not try it?
We have just received large, new ship-
ment of Batteries for all makes of cars.
Get a hot battery for quick starting this
^ © i Try that new high octane Gulf Gasoline
D.D.T. Household Solution, $3.50 gallon
Travis Pritehard, Owner
Cars Called for and Delivered!
Atlanta Womans club
Atlanta Womans Club met on
Thursday, Oct. 11 in home of Mrs.
Howard Carney. Each member of
1 club roujfht most interesting roll
calls on her specific topic, giving
1 both timely and lucrative infor-
mation on today's topic.
President appointed committees
to aid in collection of war relief
funds, urging collections to be in
the hands of chairman by Oct. 15
Mrs. Burton Moore, leader for
the afternoon, presented the life
of Edgar Snow, bringing out the
highlights of his career. His most
important contribution to the
American readers is "The Soviet
The speaker for the afternoon,
Mrs. Ed Bluestein, in bringing
"Soviet Pattern," gave to her lis-
teners an informative and inter-
esting review of this outstanding
book. Her interpretation of the
author's viewpoint reflected much
provocative thought on the part
of the speaker. The ultimate aim
of the book is to give the Ameri-
can people an insight into Russia
and the pattern of her government
The speaker reflected the aim in
During social hour hostess ser-
ved delectable refreshments after
which the club adjourned to meet
Oct. 25 at the home of Mrs. Til-
Miss Lillian Jessing and Mar-
shal King Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs
M. H. King, of Atlanta, were mar-
ried Sept. 22 at Central Lutheran
church, Portland, Oregon, by Rev
Raymond Olson. Ray McAuley
The bride was given in marriage
by her uncle, R. B. Olden. She
wore a traditional white satin
dress and veil and carried a nose-
gay of mixed colors.
Miss Loretta Duhon was the
bride's honor attendant, and Miss
Shirley Jessing and Miss Phyllis
Jessing, the bride's sisters, were
Jerrold Lambeth was best man
and Donald Shaw and Gordon Glea
A small reception was held af-
I terwards at the home of the
I bride's mother, Mrs. Bertha Jes-
sing. Mrs. Ray McAuley, Mrs. Ar
nold Gahler, Miss Barbara Alder-
son and Mrs. Donald Shaw assist-
Marshal has been stationed in
the South Pacific with the 13th
air force the last two and one-
half years. He has recently receiv-
ed his discharge and will be con-
nected with his father in business
at the King grocery.
Mrs. M. H. King had open house
from three to five p.m., Wednes-
day, honoring her daughter-in-law
Mrs. Marshal King Jr.
Miss Clara Stewart, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stewart, be-
came the bride of Kelly C. West-
brook, Friday evening, Oct. 12th.
Mr. Westbrook is the son of Mr
and Mrs. George Westbrook of
Otis L. Rowe, Minister of the
Church of Christ, performed the
wedding ceremony at his home in
A reception for a few close
friends and relatives was given
Sunday evening at 5 o'clock at
the home of the bride's parents
on West Main street.
Miss Stewart, before her mar-
riage, was employed as bookkeep-
er at the First National Bank.
Mr. Westbrook has been discharg-
ed from Uncle Sam's service just
recently, having spent about 22
months overseas in European thea
tre of war.
Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook will be
at home at 1511 Harvard street,
The McLeod W. M. S. met Oct.
15, at the church for their regular
I Iloyal Service program. The meet-
ing opened by singing hymn, "I
have to Tell the Story.", followed
I in prayer by Mrs. J. H. Walker,
| Sr. The devotional was given by
Mrs. W. J. Mcormick taken from
114th chapter of St. John. Those
; taking part on program were Mrs.
Raynolds, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Mc-
Masters and Coleman. The closing
song was "What a Friend" and
closing prayer by Mrs. R. B. Gill
There were eleven members pre-
Miss Christine Frazier of NTS
TC, Denton, spent Friday-Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Frank Frazier. I :>ver the week end and attended
Abb Brabham attended the 1040 the Texas - Oklahoma football
i Chevrolet preview in Dallas, Mon- game. Henry Allen. Guy and Don
lay and Tuesday. visited friends in Denton, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. King
and Henry Allen, Guy Hughes Jr.,
and Don Walker visited in Dallas
Mrs. D. Floyd, Atlanta, major
Mrs. Max Fore, Atlanta, major
Miss Helen Roberts, Atlanta,
Mrs. Adelle Rhea, Queen City,
P.H. Philpott, Queen City, treat
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gullion, At-
lanta, a daughter, Oct. 13, named
Mrs. J. D. Fouche, Queen City,
Mrs. W. S. Bowden, Rodessa,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Williams,
Bivins, a son Oct. 15.
T. R. I'ritchett, Linden, minor
The Atlanta Parent-Teacher as-
sociation will hold its regular
meeting Thursday, October 18 at
3:30 p. m. in the high school
All members are urged to lie
present. The executive committee
has some important plans to place
before the membership for its con-
The membership committee
whose chairman is Mrs. Charles
Flint, had a P. T. A. booth at the
football game Friday night, and
obtained forty new members
which brings our total to eighty
If you have not yet become
a member you are invited to do
so. Please plan to attend the meet
QUICK RELIEF from
Symptoms of Diiliess Arising from
DUE to excess acsd
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Over two million bottles of the V* ILTjARD
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and Duodenal Utcer* duo to Excess Acid-
Poor Digestion, Sour or Un*tt Stomach,
Gasslnr-'.s, Hoartlurn. Slecriessnesa, etc.,
duo to Exress Acid. Sold on 15 days trial'
Ask for "Willard't Message" which fully
explains this treatment—tret—at
Walker Drug Company
A. V. RACHEL
Help Your Self Laundry is ready for
your Laundry Problems. Rates: 50c min
imum first hour, 1-2 cent per minute
thereafter. We do your quilts, 25c per
quilt, wash and dried.
South Louise Street
LOUISIANA STATE FAIR
Shreveport, Oct. 20—29, Incl.
ENTERTAINING — EDUCATIONAL
AGRICULTURE — LIVESTOCK
"STATE FAIR REVUE"
100 STARS—MAGNIFICIENT MUSICAL
PRODUCTION — SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS
Motorcycle Races — Thrill Show
October 24 and 28 October 20 and 21
F 0 O T U A L L
BARKSDALE vs. SELMAN, SATURDAY, OCT. 20th
BARKSDALE vs. LAKE CHARLES, SAT. OCT. 27th
WILEY (Col.) vs. RANDOLPH FIELD (Col.)
MONDAY, OCTOBER 29
THRILLING SHOWS AND RIDES
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Get in Line
NOW IS THE TIME TO LINE UP FOR THAT NEW
PASSENGER CAR, PICKUP, TRUCK ANI)
THE WAITING LIST GETS LONGER EACH
DAY PRODUCTION IS DELAYED
Deliveries are to be made in numerical order as units
are received from Ford Motor Company, except that
a part of all passenger cars, trucks and commercial
units received are to be reserved for EX-SERVICE
MEN and WOMEN and for essential business pur-
poses. We don't think that any good American citi-
zen can obiect to these conditions, as they guarantee
the returning veteran an opportunity to buy a new
unit without cither waiting a long time or paying a
speculator's price in the black market, and the plan
guarantees essential business needed transportation.
All orders are subject to any and all WPI5, OPA or
other Government laws, rules, or regulations.
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shopping basket with everything you need for appe-
tempting week-end meals—discover for vourstelf just
how much money YOU can save by shopping here.
Rodkey's Best Flour.. 50 lb sk.S2.25
Cream Meal 25 lb sk. S1.00
Dried Peaches lb 50c
Corn 2 cans 25c
Pig Feet at. 40c
Heinz Catsup 14-oz. bottle 28c
Brer Rabbit Syrup .75c
Honey gallon $1.85 ^ ^ ^ i oaf |t, 40c Kraft Dinner 12c
Sorghum Syrup .. .SI.50 Pork Roast lb 45c
============== Dressed Fryers.. lb 59c p0rk Sausage.... lb 45c
, . . .. Dressed Hens lb 45c Calf Liver. . .. lb 35c
Tacked in tin, addressed, ready to mail v
2 lb Fruit fake $1.95 Fresh Oysters.... pt. 85c Calf Tongue lb 20c
Rice 3 lb pkg. 35c
Pinto Beans 2 lbs 22c
Atlantic Spray Crackers.. 2 lbs 29c
Admiration Coffee lb 33c
I ettnee big head 7c
11 Tokay Grapes... lb 10c
Carrots bunch 5c
Pumpkin lb 10c
Be!l Pepper lb 15c
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Harrell, D. P. The Citizens Journal (Atlanta, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1945, newspaper, October 18, 1945; Atlanta, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth336090/m1/5/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Atlanta Public Library.