The Citizens Journal (Atlanta, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1949 Page: 2 of 16
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ESTABLISHED IN 1879
THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1940
Stop by for a Free Inspection
Today ... or call
Ed and Gladys Mears
Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor
Baby Boy Wilson—
Born April 11 to Captain and
Mrs. W. A. Wilson, El Paso Hts,
California, weight 9 3-4 lbs. Con-
gratulations to these fond parents
of this their third baby. First, a
lovely boy, then the dear little girl
and now this fine boy. Captain
Wilson and wife, our Sarah Vir-
ginia Beaver Wilson, have our
love and all best wishes.
For Better Chicks,
Yes — grow better birds with
Dr. Salsbury's REN-O-SAL.
Chicks gain more weight in
less time, pullets start to lay
earlier. REN-O-SAL is easy
to use in the drinking water—
Also for control
of cecal coccidio-
sis. Ask for Dr.
Bivina-Highway — Atlanta
Across from Ball Park
A Very Lovely Affair—
Cass county teachers' banquet
at McLeod, Monday evening, Apr
11 was a very lovely affair. Ban-
quet menu most appealing: Toma-
to cocktail, fried chicken, new
peas, creamed potatoes, corn,
spring salad, relish, hot rolls, cof-
fee, ice cream and cake.
Program, J. D. Betts, presiding
Invocation, B. D. Sealand. Intro-
duction of guests. Solo, Thomas
Lavin. Louie E. Throckmorton of
Shreveport, speaker for the eve
ning. Theme: Love 'em and Learn
'em. Quartet Stella Eubanks, Al-
va Hall, Dorothy Point, Helen
Jones; Miss Peggy Penny, piano,
School Legislation, A. J. Hal-
brook. Report of nominating com-
mittee, Olin Foster. Lovely ban-
quet hall and table decorations
most unique and attractive place
cards and favors. About 200 guest
were seated. All teachers from
Queen City were present, only one
detained on account of illness in
family. Mrs. Cal Norwood of Bla-
lock school accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Powell.
Methodist Number 8,651,002—
At close of 1948, the Methodist
church in the U. S. had a memb-
ership of 8,651,062 members ac-
cording to statistician Dr. Albert
C. Hoover of Chicago. The church
has 62 bishops, 24,113 ministers,
and womans organization of 1,-
Stated Meeting Atlanta
Lodge, No. 463, First
Thurs. each month 7:30
p.m. All members are
urged to attend. Visi-
JIM McCONNBLL, W. M.
JACK MIDDLETON, Secre';ary
455,086 members. Last year the
church members gave $196,435,168
Its foreign missionary work ex-
tends into nearly 50 countries.
Parent Example to the Child—
If we don't want our child to do
a thing, we better be sure that we
as parents do not dt> that thing. ^
Dr. Robert W. Leeper, of Uni-
versity of Oregon, is right when
he warns parents, who riding thru
a red light will convince their chil
dren that laws aren't to be obeyed
despite what you say.
Harold E. Stassen Speaks Out—
In strongest terms, Harold Stas
sen in New Boston speech, rings
true to hearts of America when he
said: "All thinking should begin
and end upon the question of the
prevention of a third World War"
This, he said, tends "to shackle
our minds at the very moment in
history when it is most essential
that they be unfettered."
And, he ridiculed the idea an-
other war would mean the end of
civilization even an atomic war.
Some Scientists who helped de-
velop the atom bomb were in the
audience as Stassen shouted:
"Terrible devastation and de-
struction and suffering can be ad-
ministered, but, in my judgment,
man can never fashion the means
of destroying all men; man can
never wipe out entirely through
the world that curious combina-
tion of progress called civilization
Sounding a theme "man was
meant to be free," Stassen lumped
Stalin and Communism in the
"same philosophic stream" as Hit
ler and Nazism—a philosophy of
"materialism and force."
Representative Dwight Rogers—
Of Florida, sounded a keynote
in addressing the House of U. S.
Congress. He told the House that
the ceremony for signing the
North Atlanta Security Pact over
looked a signal point—There was
no prayer. "This omission is but a
duplication of what happened at
the United Nations organization
at San Francisco," he said. "Let's
hope that it will not be a stumb-
ling block to the ultimate success
of this Defense Pact." We are
proud of men who stand for the
essential things of life. Our need
to look to God is our greatest im-
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s t rue lion,
Becky Riley celebrated her 3rd
birthday with a party and Easter-
egg hurjt. This being her first
birthday party, she was very much
excited opening her gifts. When
she came to a little piggy-bank,
thanking the little girl, she said:
"Where is the money that goes in
It?" Each gift was a joy of sur-
prise. They all enjoyed the Easter
egg hunt. liosa Marie Hileman
found the prize «gg.
They were served cake, ice
cream, cookies and punch. Those
present were Becky Beaver, Car-
olyn Allen, Betsy Griffin, Donna
Marie Kirkland, Bobby Jo Clem-
ents, David Moore, Marie Lill
Hileman, Rosa Marie Hileman,
Helen and Betty Gail Mills Cather
ine Sullivan, Shirley Jo and Ma-
ry Ann Mason, Diane and Tommy
Stamps, Becky and Douggie Scott
and Judy Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clayton
brought the Olives home and are
now locating in Shreveport. He
will be employed at Barksdale.
Their daughter Jerrianne remain-
ed with Major and Mrs. Claude
Ellington in Sebring until school
closes. They will then be coming
for their visit here.
Lovely roses for Easter receiv-
ed from Mrs. Nancy Hunt, Okla-
homa City, Okla. Thanks big,
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Norwood, Mrs
Shack Clements and daughters
visited in Dallas, Easter holidays
Mrs. Edgar Clayton and daugh-
ter spent week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Ailles of Hooks.
Sorry of the illness of Mrs Rube
Hemperley who is in Brooks Clinic
Jerry and Detsy Miles of Hot
Springs spent Easter holidays
with Mrs. W. L. Miles.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smithens of
Corsicana, Mr. and Mrs Weldon
Durham and boys of Grand Prai-
rie, Miss Rua Draper of Glade-
water; Mr. and Mrs. Allen were
visitors in W. E. Draper home dur
ing the Easter holidays.
Mrs. J. E. Ellington is visiting
relatives in Shreveport.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beaver and j
Becky spqnt Sunday with relatives i
in Ashdown, Ark.
Bill Draper was home from Bet |
hany College for Easter holidays
He was accompanied home by a
college buddy, Jimmie Herrick of
Mrs. Lorene Boyd and Miss Vi-
ola Griffin accompanied by Mrs
W. S. Surratt and Mrs. W. B. Sur
ratt and little son of Linden spent
Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs
Travis Littleton and son in Fort
Robert Griffin of Tulsa, Okla.,
is visiting a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Grif-
Becky Riley has a case of chic-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Brown &
little son, Donald, were Easter
Sunday guests of his parents Mr
and Mrs. J. T. Brown. Other visi-
tors were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dra-
per and Roy, Mr. and Mrs. R B
Washington, Mrs. Jack Griffin &
children, Mr. and Mrs. Oval Finch
er and son Jackie, Mr. and Mrs
Nolan Brown, Mrs. Oval Griffin
and Wayne. In the afternoon an
egg hunt was enjoyed by all the
The quarterly conference of the
churches at Queen City and Laws
Chapel will be held Sunday, April
24th at Laws Chapel at 2:30. Re-
ports will be given and the offic-
ers for the new year will be elect-
ed. All members are urged to be
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, who has
been ill, is improving.
The WSCS of the Methodist,
church met Monday at 3:00. Mrs |
Allen was leader.
We had guests from Oil City at
the Methodist church Sunday eve!
Rev. and Mrs. Newton spent!
Monday night at the home of Rev
and Mrs. Dunlop in Linden.
Hugh Morgan has recovered
from illness of last week, Mrs.
Morgan is regaining her health,
since. her operation Noah Wells
Morgan returned to California
the boys have the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Andrews and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Andy An-
drews of Mansfield, La., visited
Sunday in G. R. Puckett home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Westmore-
land visited Sunday afternoon in
Lewis Waters and W L. Oliver
Sunday dinner guests in J. H
Riley home were Mrs. Louie Gra-
ves and L. C. Childs.
Mrs. Leota Jones is on the sick
list. Wish her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Wayne Hampton and fam-
ily visited her parents Mrs. Joe
Howell over week end.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. D. Waters and
son Dennie visited in R. O. Wat-
ers and A. L. Young home Sun-
day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Chatman visited in A. L. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Campbell
of Hooks, announce the arrival of
a son April 11th, named Jame3
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Miles Drug Company
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Olive have
returned home after the winter in
Florida with their daughter, Mrs
Ernest, Mary and Jerrianne
brought the Olives home and are
visiting relatives here, Atlanta
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyd, Wins-
boro, Texas were over for a visit
with the Powells. They are proud
of their 5 grand children.
SS was very good but low at-
tendance due to measles and colds
We missed the absent ones.
The special song rendered by
Margaret Savage, Elizabeth Don-
ley and Verna Dodd was wonder-
ful. We have a group of fine lit- i
tie girls who will sing for us next J
Sunday at services. Come out and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Westmore-
land visited Saturday in Bloom-
burg with Dock Patterson who is
Mrs. Gene Static visited Mrs
Lewis Waters Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Barrett
visited week end with Estel Sav-
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
ATLANTA'S EVANGELISTIC CENTER
DR. T. M.
Saturday, 8:00 p.m.
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