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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

! Miasss Ik.: - JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Which Will be Paid Mostly For Labor Right Here in Jefferson •-•qgjrr- % * .• the new Elementary-Junior High School d Wm. R. Ragsdale, Architects Superintendent Stark ct: he nt ct ed as ng of x- ry rs ig re ic- :y Ig It :h a i- le le a I. n s P n 3- d i- )f n n building has been condemned. It is mv understanding that several years ago it was condemned and that the school officials had some iron rods placed across the third floor to hold it together. I am not going to tell you that this building dangerous, nor would I tell you that it is safe; but I am extending to you a cordial invitation to come and inspect it for yourself. You will find that on the third floor the walls have cracked in more than one place. As for the heating system in the old building, I be- lieve that it is very dangerous, inadequate, and expensive to maintain. Jefferson needs a wholesome recreation center for its young people. It is the opinion of the school officials that the p...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

I or/ APF MIS N« Ar^n £u'i) Will TTji.d Co a: for i THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young BIG TOP □ [ DISPUTE By gluyas williams ]□ AlWOUHCre HE'6 "TiRED Of OtttiK6 rut J, If 5 1b MMK $OMC Ouf MOW b«r wm rtwsina -to rm>i(>)i$n work fiwmw ctasr a< ew w r, 6Rw oit or our end tr>ms *u his ettoihs oh CONTiNUW MS6WM5 W*f flK6 Bur fRCM 1HC OfrtEft Bc<U DROP BlifsiMUlTANEOdSW AFftR fOt MirWfti'VIOLENT BUP SU64EM5 fMEt'60 SET AUD IHMSITR 1mQR AlVWtioH WRESAltto , TUSINS WHICH NOT EPD'E SIIW6 NEW tVPPV, AHD 1 EACH OTHER'S PERSON MUCH0* ANYTHING HAPPEN, 1MV START CTT AW III MtM , n.it ayiHticat* — wmu ••rvw., STof TOR RREAfrt LEAV1N& "the tWTT, NOT SO DUMB Peewitt—Why do you have such misspelled words and bad grammar on the signs in your windows? Storekeeper Quiggle — So people will think I'm a fool and come in expecting to get the best of me. Thanks to those signs, business is the best I've had in years. Ready for ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

<*>v 1 s ^wsm t£~*-—"-~V_ _-f—i-,:. m . .y-y(|(j||M1ll(fi 3M-.*>to-*£tfaifr (3U - mm * M..-. j H <"«UM i ■« ■ -I* «i~SHi THE MARION COUNTY COURIER AROUND THE HOUSE I Soak Dried Fruits. — Raisins, dates, currants and figs blend bet- ter with other ingredients if they are soaked for five minutes in a | little boiling water. ^ Patchwork Quilts.—When mak- I ing patchwork quilts baste patches onto brown paper and stitch on machine. Tear off paper when stitching is d°ne^ ( Care of Woodenware.—i^Vooden-i ware used in mixing foods shouldi he scalded often. • • * Mildew on Leather.—Petroleum( ointment will remove mildew from leather furniture. * • • Substitute for Butter.—Chicken, fat may be used as a butter sub- stitute in cooking. Consequently itj lis a good plan to save the fat' Ifrom boiled, stewed or fried ichicken. • * With Roast Beef. — Nests ofj mashed potatoes, browned and ifilled with creamed peas, carrots !or green beans, make effective] igarnishes for roast beef. i TH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 22 September 1939

r~ THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Gl'i API MI> N AM sua w;i mat Ccu for Dr. Windt Opens Marshall Office Henry Windt, Jr.. Doctor of( Optometry, lias opened offices | in the rear of the Windt Jewel- ry Company stor > in Marshall. The eye specialist will receive patients for eye tests and fit- ting of glassy serving all East Texas. Tin- latest t.vpe equipment from the American Optical Company has been secured. The doctor's office is in the extreme rear of the store, with a con-j venient waiting room adjoining to be equipped with the newest offics furnture. The walls and woodwork in the offices are finished in a spotless white. Dr. Henry T. Windt, Jr., is a member of Phi Theta Upsilon optical fraternity. He grad- uated from the Northern Illi- nois College of Optometry Decembear 2i), 19J58, and spent one year in the Northern Illi- nois Eye Clinic. Fiery Itching Skin Gets Quick Relief Horn* Treatment Eas« Unbearable Sor«n« —Distress Thar* it on# timpi* y«t in«ipantiv« way th« Itching an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

fa // / sL / ¥° % J/ > iThe Only Home J ' + Owned Paper In £ | Marion County J T~ * 0 / b % The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marion And v 1 Parts Of C ss And X I Harrison Counties J i Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. September 29, 1939 VOL. 3— No 24 BETTER T EVER-EVERYBBDY PLEASED Saturday night saw the closing of the best Fair ever held in Marion County—with more agricultural and com- mercial exhibits, as well as educational exhibits and sev- eral hundred dollars were awarded in premiums. The Fair Association ieels that they owe deep appreci- ation to all exhibitors as well as the city and county, 3aw enforcement officers and to everyone attending, as everything moved forward without any complaints in any manner. That both the white citizens as well as negroes took an interest in the Fair was shown by the largest number of exhibits and displays ever brought to the fair—with a quality in all exhibits, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

Gti AP! N Aftl fiU* Wjl mat Ccu for WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBlNE Congress, Like Entire Nation Not Certain of 'Best' Course To Preserve U. S. Neutrality (EDITOR'S NOTE—When opinions are expressed in these columns, they •re those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) ____________ Released by Western Newspaper Union. CONGRESS: Admonition "I have come back to Waihington with an open mind. Whether I vole for re- peal of embargoes or retention of them, my vote . . . will be for the meant which I believe bent calculated to keep the Unit- ed Stutei out ol war. That we must do." Illinois' Sen. Scott Lucas, a mid- dle-of-the-road Democrat, was bold enough to admit publicly what most of the nation's 531 legislators ad- mitted only to themselves: That no man could stamp his foot and say there was only one way to keep the U. S. out of Europe's war. But a few who took their seats in Franklin Roosevelt's third special session (and the nation's twenty-fifth since 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

'T THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Strange Facti I Hegpars' Paradise Too Lazy to Breathe Judas Left Out t Among the Arabs of Africa and .Near Eastern countries, the gratu- ity or tip, called "baksheesh," ®oes to the poorer man whether he renders a service to you or you render a service to him. Even if you save a man from drowning, he will demand his "baksheesh" if you appear to be in better cir- cumstances.* One of the most lethargic ani- mals in existence is the tuatara, Sphenodon punctatum, a two-foot, lizardlike reptile of New Zealand. Not only does it rarely move, but it breathes so slowly that, usually, the creature appears to be lifeless. Those in captivity have been known to stop breathing for more than an hour at a time. A number of Christian altars in various parts of the world do not include the figure of Judas in the statuary of Christ and His disci- ples.—Collier's. Troubled by CONSTIPATION? "There's no law against a person taking a strong, bad-tasting purgative. But why shoul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

zs.rz"-:- THK MARION COUNTY COURIER JUi/ \P! Vll> N m TltiA 3<>u ror Marion Ounty Courier R. G. (Hob) BKA.DSHAW, I'ubliaher filtered in post office at Jeff I'rson, Texas as second class nail matter under the act of March !5, 187'.). Subscription Jl.OQ Per Ye«r Any erroneous reflection upon he character, standing or reputa- tion of any person or firm or .-orporation which may appear in 'he columns of The Marion County ourier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the atten- tion of the publisher. Cotton Ginning Ahead of 1938 other counties, which cut down our fljfurea considerably. Mayor Robert H. Wood states that the Compress has already handled more cotton to date than it did all of the 1938 sea- son. 0O0 Forum Luncheon l. L COOK SERVED REV'ML MEEIWG CAR OWNERS 25 YEARS the menu. In the auditorium' Opening Day is Texas Press will be Folies Bergere, with an Day, when Southwestern News- international Census reports us of Sepiam- <jr Hi sliows that 1211 bales of ot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

KtfM mm I l THE MAKION COUNTY COV1UHI lean in— lh« Ins an |he American Legion 19— WHEREAS, the members of ibis organization are equipped by experience to fully appreci- ate the senseless, brutal horror nf war, and WHEREAS, our first aim, as an organization and aa individu- als, is the support of those prin- ciples which will keep this -nation from participating actively in the present Europe, an conflict, which we regard as the most stupendous and crim- inal blunder of history, and WHEREAS, we believe that these aims can best be achieved by opening our markets to every nation able to purchase and take from us any and all goods unci supplies that thty may need. NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Edward Proctor Post No. 304, American Legion, .Jefferson, Texas, that the inter- est of this nation requires that the present Neutrality Act be repealed or modified so as to restore the caah and carry principle formerly in force, and we urgently call upon our rep- resentatives in the natio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

zr THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Fun for the Whole Family POP— Literally Speaking By J. MILLAR WATT yes! i'm going to keep on walking WW AT CHEER, POP1 GOING M - til i wear someone say - "who's that chap" Pj (■ M If > jLllell Syndicated-WNU Q[ Cheerful News D intoxicated deiver sent to jail RECKLESS PBlVER SENTENCE? TIN DAVS IN PRISON PEDE5TRIAN RUN POWN AT BOSV COPNEE. JulfcE RfcWK.ES OBVlN&HCENSt Of sPeeote Six imumpwhSi pcwfRinftS(wra?u Of CAE- bOTD HOSPITAL AFTtEHEAO^W CRASH •WIS IS 6ETm> VEST/ SE0OOS, SOW'lUlHO WIlLHAVf 9E(WNE*ft.VT|I BUYS AIRPLANE SAVS HIGHWAYS'© OA'N&ttOOS (wxii M.HVI. r GOOD REASON Playfoot (after an awkward si- lence)—Why the awful pause? Onalene (indignantly) — If you spent as much time as I do washing the family's clothes, you would have them, too. Better Still Emogene—I'll bet we have some- thing at our house you don't have. We have a new baby. Hughberta—Aw, gee; we have more than that at our house. We have a new Daddy. ¥our Next Meeker—Tell me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

ys-Oi rq Smart Designs for Women Who Seiv THE MARION COUNTY COURIER DIAGRAM design for a house dress that's just about as comfortable as a house dress can be—with unbelted waistline, deep armholes, plain neckline, and an absolute absence of folderols. The princess lines make it beautifully slim. As you see from the dia- gram, you can finish this easy pat- tern (1798) in just a few hours. For tbe Great Outdoors. Gay and winning as the lilt of the "Skater's Waltz" is this sports guit for juniors, with its snug, bell- hop jacket and extravagantly swirling skirt. It includes a be- witching little hood, too. If you're young and lively and love the great outdoors, then you'll want 1673, even if you never wear a skate—whether roller or ice! The Patterns. No. 1798 is designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20, 40, 42 and 44. Size 16 re- quires 4% yards of 35-inch mate- rial without nap; 2 yards of braid. No. 1673 is designed for sizes 11, 13, 15 and 17. Size 13 requires VA yards of 54-inch material ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 29 September 1939

I THE MARION COUNTY COURIER GUi API MI> N AM Sua W.I mtA C<>u for Brewers Convene On Public Service Brewers of America who have been conducting a three-fold educational, advertising and sell-regulation campaign to align their industry with the public interest, will review prog- ress and plan future operations at the United Brewers Indus- trial Foundation's Convention in New York City, on Wednesday, October 4. All brewers in the country hav<- been invited to attend the CALL 2C3 for TAXI SERVICE Keep up with the news by reading the Dallas Morning News or the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Soecial monthly rates. Delivered each morning to your home. H. R. MARKOS 12 Years Continuous Reliable Service Genuine Delco Electric Plant For Sale at a Bargain 32-VoIt D. C. with Batteries and power plant com- plete; operates 15 lights, refrigerator, washing ma- chine, water pump, or any 1-4 horse power motor. Value new $;H)0; for quick cash sale will take $62.50. Your inspection invited. L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

■P MM , V 'W m The Only Home Owned Paper In Marion County The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefierson, Texas, Friday. October 6, 1939 VOL. 3— No 25 $ Gigantic Circulation Drive Is Announced; Contestants Will Share More Than $2,000 Texas Forest Service To Hold Pulpwood Cutting Demonstration WINNER TO HAVE CHOICE OF Notice to Readers! Sooner or later, one of the workers in the "Weekly Pay- roll" Campaign will call upon you and ask you to subscribe for the Marion County Courier or if you are already a sub- scriber, they will be glad to extend your present subscrip tion. During the campaign collec- tions will be made by the can- didates in the campaign, so if von owe for your paper please settle with a candidate. The candidates are local res- idents and are working night and day to win a fine new au- tomobile which will be pre- sented to the one who has done...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

M n.. THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second elass mail matter under the act of March ;J, 1879. Subscription (In the Count)') HubNcription (Foreign) $1.0(1 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation «f any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being br«i*ght to the attention of the publisher. BEEP OIL SECTION WILL SEE MORE WELLS DRILLED SOON Reports reaching the Courier as we go to press state that six or eignt wells are to be drilled in the Jefferson- Lodi inile deep area at once. Tippett Drilling Company is already at work and re- ports are that the Texas Company, Gulf and Shell are to start at once. LOCAL ELECTRIC MANAGER ENTERTAINS LOCAL FORCE Sheriff Recovers Stolen Car; Man Is Charged With the starting of the year 1939, A. W. Henderson, manag- er of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

A* — tstpshk THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 51 ST TEXAS STATE DAY, OCTOBE 7TH Dulles, Sept. 27.—All's set and the 51st State Fair of Texas ■will open itS gate the morning of October 7 with the most com- plete exhibition of the South- west that has ever been present- ed, Harry L. Seay, president, announced today. When entries closed last Sat urday night it was assured fchat ♦n the livestock and farm divis- iens every section would be crowded to capacity with many turned away. The National Hereford Show bas attracted more than GOO nationwide entries, this mark- ing its first showing south of Kansas City. All other cattle divisions also are crowded. A total of 1500 hogs are entered and more than 700 sheep. The poultry show is filled to over- sowing. Sixty-four counties have exhibits in agriculture. They represent every section of the State. In addition there are numerous competitive exhibits! by individual farmers. Future Farmers and 4-H Clubbers. Forj the first time in history there1 will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

IK •t! r * • 'W THE marion county courier G / ft K $ ft M k Vv \>* !. I i I fe ft I P $ •;:> </"r" m w if, I I I m ¥,i in l\4 |M * r$ f | fM M- I P I I,* t fc, r. u r '■ b- ; - . • • "~~~ * . ' * _ " • , " * .1 K\:, \ \ ■' & 'i V * , " . • / - V , • - *4. 'v ^ ~ ■••■■•-..« --v , COURIER ANNOUNCES A BIG Weekly Payroll II COPYRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE 2 Big Prizes 8 Big A Words w ,/eeiJy Payrofl"|j CAMPAIGN Officially Op*ns October 13 th Subscriptions amy be tat:en «n«' time fol'owlng 'hi* an- ■<■ •ncmpni. A Job for Many Ambitious People in Marion and Adjoining Counties Compel*.on is open to * v*n * r#d wcnr*en, married or single, and boys and girls of tbe more amb'JtioMH siift #'**> iciing in this city and sd mounding territory. It costs nothing to try, and is ai1 participants are guaranteed compensation for every effort expended, you po itively cannot lose. Read this announcement carefully—every word of it—then- clip the coupons below and send them in for yourself ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER /: iMB mmmm ■vim NO STRINGS NO COST NO OBLIGATIONS EVERYONE EVERY SATURDAY IS PAY DAY IN THIS BtSin Now JUST STARTIN6! A Heal Opportunity-Cosls Nothing to Enter and win one of the valuable awards Don't Wait! Earn Your Extra Xmas ■ Money Now You can't lose in this liber- ■ , h al, well paying campaign. Make 7 wenty per cent. ^"Weekly Payrolff? IP i ■ i i 11 1111 J1 I PLAN IN BRIEF n ° ' Weekly Payroll" Drive is iwo-fold. Primarily, to Increase the already large snhSC'in^w tutor this newspaper: lo collect arrearages and advance subscription payments from present or < M subscribers, and at (lie same time to afford the live-wire, energetic men and women, boys and girls, of this territory an oppor- tunity to profit in a Hit! way through their spare time during Hie next few weeks. So. it is a plan that works both ways, and to the ultimate gootf of all concerned. In order to gain this en.I quickly and advantageously, the mosi aftracllve awards ever offered by a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Marshall Maid Bread "A Glass of Milk in Every Loaf" AT YOrP. GROCER'S FOR RENT Two nio>'ly furnished bed rooms. Neiir sc;r>ol building. MRS. T. II. POM A U Tel. no. 19'.> 122 DELTA 4-H CLUB BOYS WILL II*i i rents i85o Slinves 20o QUALITY WORK Three Chairs Always Ready to Serve You NELSON'S BARBER SHOP Next t"> Sugar Bowl Cafe (V' ^<*1 \ rtbt - ""v ri' '&U/ //le/rrJtek o^tM tqmiuuj. ; "S'm qicd 3 liied a-Seltzer And They Say It With a Smile! Do ihe members of YOUR family say this? If riot, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzcr a thovovgh trir.l. All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are 17.thu.;iastic in itj praise. If Alka-Seltzer te qs good aa we say it is, you want it in your med- icine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost yon a penny. We will refund the purchase price to any now user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than you think. Our guarantee of s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

■ *v .... rtfw >' wt'i n. • * i >iKI>> w"—* * imiyiii! 4MHM | I THE MAHION COUNTY COWUEK AMERICA'S BEST ut lis ftktcz CJ0CU±! TRADE AT— ESZZ2 PEA AWARDS MADE AT FISH DINNER WEDNESDAY NIGHT Mr. ami Mr?. Robert Mar- kos, of Henderson, spent the week end with hem# folks. FOR RENT Two nioel.v furnished bed rooms. Near scool building. MRS. T. H. tiOMAR Marshall, Texas AND SAVE DR. H. T. WINDT Optometrist In Windt Jewelry 207 N. Washington These Marshall Firms Appreciate and thank you for your patronage PORTRAITS, FRAMES and Kodaks Truly •pprrriatrjuar k inrM Miller Stndio 40r> N. Wash. Harkrider Furn. Co. Free Delivery Easy Terms HILLBILLY HATCHERY 1202 East Grand U. R Approved. Blood Tested Chicks Order Now VISIT OUR— Modernized Hardware Store Logan & Whaley Marshall, Texas J. BERWALD & COMPANY The Popular Dept. Stor e Cor. N. Bolivar & E. Houston DRINK We Specialize in (m@eia BABY'S WEAR In Bott'ea MoTvelloii's Phone CITY GARAGE Phone TAuto Body and Fender Re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 October 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER * V > People and Spots in the Late N< I ; o . ' " % M'irfd IforMJ PEACE SHIP HERE ... In midst of feverish camou- flage work being done on giant ocean liners. Danish merchant marine training ship "Danmark" strikes se- rene note sailing into New York harbor to mark coun- try's participation in World's Fair Crew of 120 cadcts 15-18 years old is on annual 10-month cruise. AUTUMN LEAVES . . . With accents on silhou- ettes in fall styles, this black woolen gown for dining out stresses the "exclamation-point" * ef- fect, with the striking stylized leaf design, in what is termed shocking pink wool, emphasizing the stream-lining. Drap- ed velvet turban is same color as leaf design ■' 0vi NO TYPE LICE? . Graphic Arts expos; tion in New York marks 300th year of printing in America with new Goodrich rubber printing plates, shown here by "Print er's Devil" Vincent Hanson, dispelling an cient newspaper hoax of "rubber type.'' New plates are molded in compact vulca...

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