The Citizens Journal (Atlanta, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1947 Page: 3 of 12
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1947
Spring dale News
Mrs. Aaron Young, Repi
Rev. Hershell Wall brought a
wonderful message Saturday night
We welcome him and all the visit-
ors back with us again. We had
61 at Sunday school and several
were absent due to illness, we hope
every one is soon able to be out.
Rev. G. Ij. Purser spent Friday
night in J. H. Riley home and
many others over the week end.
Dorm Marie Cartham has been
Phone 588 — Atlanta
Dr. D. C Johnson
Office Upstairs Across Btrwt
from Mllss Drue Btors
very ill. Glad Bhe is better at this
Mrs. Glinnie Allen is recovering
from a rhumatic attact.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graves visited
in G. Ri. Puckett home, Sunday.
Jimmie Young spent Sunday
with Dan Savage.
Dorris Cauthren spent Friday
night with Janette Young.
Mrs. Rosie Young spent Sunday
and that night in A. Young home
Another case of mumps has
been reported in this community.
Pauline Graves spent last week
in the home of her sister Mrs.
Ray McGowen of Magnolia, Ark.
She will go from there to Ash-
down, Ark,, for a few days visit
in the home of her sister Mrs. T
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Allen and
James, Mr. and Mrs. Willis What
ley and family, Mrs. Ida Whatley
Mrs. Clara Kirkland, Mary Helen
and Anna of New Colony, Bobbie
Ruth Kirkland of Texarkana, all
were dinner guests of Mrs. Mattie
Mrsk Ida Whatley is spending a I
week or two with her son Willis i
THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS
Visitors in Webster Westmore-
land home Sunday were Rev. Per
ser and family.
Mrs. Aaron "Young is ill at this
We will have prayer meeting
this Saturday night at Baptist
church, so be there—you and you
yOUD BE SURPRISED
. . . and you would also be sur-
prised to know the number of Lia-
bility suits filed daily in court—and
for everything:! By leaving a scooter
on the sidewalk you could be liable
for a $600.00 hospital bill. Consult
us for full insurance information at
lower than ever rates.
Mary Endsley, Reporter
Church and SS was well at-
tended Sunday. We had a wonder-
ful sermon. We wish to invite our
visitors back and be with us in
Rev. and Mrs. Jt. E. Anderson
spent Sunday in the V. L. Pea-
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. V L
Peacock, Sunday, were Rev. and
Mrs. Anderson, James and Lloyd
Waites, Junior Hopkinsi
Junior Hopkins spent Thursday
to Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Hopkins. We are
proud that Mrs. Hopkins is im- j
proving from an operation. We \
hope she will be at home soon.
Ethelene Crow and Joreitta Ho
sey spent Sunday with Mary Ends j
Visitors in Mr. and Mrs. John
Dees home Sunday were Mr. and
Mrsi Estel Williams and daugh-
ters, Mrs. Shelley Hayes, Mr. &
Mrs. Jim Moore, Mrs. Cloree Ho-j
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Waters
spent the week end with Mrs. Bob
Mary Endsley, Joreitta Hosey,
L. Ei. and Lloyd Endsley spent a-
while Wednesday night with Eth-
elene and J. W. Crow.
James Wilcox spent Sunday
with Miles Tolleson.
Riley and Tomie Adams spent
Sunday with Lorraine and Way-
J. W. Crow spent Sunday after
noon with Melvin Driskell.
j Mr. and Mrs Rabon Reeves
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
j Remember prayer meeting Wed
Have your news ready to hand
to me on Sunday night.
The Sunshine class of Douglass
ville Methodist church met in the
church recreation room Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morris of Mt
Mrs. Troy Faulkner and Mrs.
Arthur Downs of Avinger were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Littlejohn
were Sunday guests of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Littlejohn
Feb. 18th for their monthly social
The hostesses, Mrs. Jordan Baker
Mrs. Paul Baker and Mrs. Rut-
land Morriss entertained cleverly
with a tacky party which was en-
jeyed by the 28 members present 1
who were attired in anything and
everything—but smart clothing &
Mrs. Rutland Morriss served re
freshments of buttermilk and corn
bread to the guests upon arrivalj.
After a brief business meeting
which was conducted by Mrs. Jim
McCoy, class president, Mrs. Paul
Baker directed the social hour.
The main event of the evening, an
old fashioned spelling match, was
won by Mrs. J. C. Carlow.
Mrs. Paul Baker was voted tac-
kiest with Mrs. Roy Frost being a
A hilarious time was had by all
present and we were pleasantly
surprised to receive a second re-
freshment course of delicious lem-
on pie and coffea.
Stamp Pads and Ink at> the
Citizens Journal office.
Second Sheets at Journal office
Stated Meeting Atlanta
Lodge No. 468, first
Thurs., each month 7:30 '
p.m. All members are
urged to attend. Vial-/
TROY BAKER, W. M.
RAYMOND STUART, Sec'y
" FOR PROOF CALL " v
HANNER INSURANCE AGENCY
Atlanta Nltiliul link lid*.
ATLANTA. TEXAS Phone 100
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Gaines of j
Houston spent last week with Mrs I
Mary Lou Kay.
Mrs. F. Wi. Rosser and Rosanne |,
spent Thursday with Mrs. Bill
Rosser of Atlanta.
Mrs. George Paine and son Geo j
of Dallas, were week end guests j,
of Mrs. Rob Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mott and
children were Sunday visitors of
100 New Customers
2-inch S4S — 1-inch S4S
Siding, Center Match and Shiplap
Door Locks, Sash Pulleys, Sash Cord, Sash Weights,
Nails, Cabinet Hardware, Shovels, Screen Door Grills,
Screen Wire, Cement, and Garage Doors.
We Build Door Frames, Window Frames, Screen
Frames — in fact, most anything in the wood line.
Stegers Builders Supply
ARMORY BUILDING—ATLANTA — PHONE 25
Final Mark Downs Starting Friday Feb. 28th
ALL RIGHT, FOLKS! Here's your last chance to buy merchandise at these low
prices! Prices in the wholesale markets are advancing every day. We are un-
able to advise what the outcome of the whole thing will be. This we can tell you
with positive sincerity, "You can buy fall merchandise from us now at less than
One-Half what it will cost you next Fall. Why not be thrifty and buy your needs
now? My "hired hands," I mean employees, are busy now marking merchandise
even cheaper than it was last week. Be here this Friday and check things over.
Every dress in the house drastically
reduced to the extent that you will
want to buy several of them. Some
were formerly priced at $29.50. (Of
course this was too high!) But now
you can take your choice of the lot
$5-00 and $10-00
Most all sizes left. You will be smart
if you buy your child one and put it
away for next fall. I don't like to
work my girls too hard, so instead of
having them pack these coats away, I
am going to let you take your choice
of one big lot for—
Quite a few left. They have all been
picked over and tried on so much
that they are out of shape and dirty.
However, a good wash job will make
them look like $5.00. Come and take
a look at them—Everyone else has.
You might want to buy one at this
We have quite a few womens coats
left. Some were formerly priced as
high as $34.50. It is hard work on the
girls packing these heavy coats away
for next fall, besides moth balls cost
money. Come and help us out on
these. You can take your choice of
two big assortments at—
$5-00 and $10-00
Plenty of Chenille and Silk Robes
left. No telling what the women will
be wearing by this fall. We want to
sell these items now. Better come in
Friday and take a look at the lot we
are offering for the "measly" sum of
Canvas Gloves 25c
Mens and Boys
Jersey Gloves .... 25c
Mens Blue Chambray
Work Shirts $1.40
One lot Choice
Childrens Slippers $1.00
LADIES HOUSE SHOES
Some of these are possibly as old as
you are. You might say they are
"aged in the wood" but they will feel
mighty good these cold mornings and
look pretty good, too. We are adding
more shoes to each table. Come and
have a look at them. Choice of two
50c and $1X0
HARD TO GET ITEMS:
Sheets and Pillow Cases
Mens Dress Shirts
Mens Under Shirts
Mens Blue Denum 0'alls
Boys Blue Denum 0'alls
MENS DRESS HATS
Ladies Slippers.. $1.00
Mens Khaki Pants $1.90
Mens Corduroy Caps 90c
Boys Sweaters... .$1.30
Work Gloves 98c
Most all sizes left in this lot of hats.
We must have had a "jillion" of these
deformed head covers. Some custo-
mers are buying them because they
look funny in them, (and they really
do), others are buying them for work
hats. Either way you can't lose much
011 the deal, and you will be doing
Honest John a big favor if you take
Folks, business has been good. We have sold thousands of dollars worth of mer-
chandise and still have plenty left. I am trying mighty hard to cut my stock
in half and if low prices will do the job, I will be successful in my endeavor. Re-
member, only ten more days to go from Friday, February 28. The sooner you at-
tend this Honest John Sale, the better bargains you will find! "HONEST JOHN"
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