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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 21 April 1939

<« • ■if. M. f t "V -J- THE MARION COUNTY cobrfter L lmm£ r iDcujs Friday and Saturday Tomato Juice, 3 for 20c K C Baking Pow. 25oz 19c Ketchup 14 oz 10c Vegetole Compound 4 lbs 39c Vegetole Compound 8 lbs 77c Admiration Coffee lb 23c Pink Salmon 12 l-2c Corn, 3 cans LaGrand 22c Wheaties box 11c Sugar,pure cane 10-lb bag45c Matches 6 boxes 19c Pickles, sour or 12c Milk, Armour's, 6 small 18c Special Broom each 23c PRODUCE Beets, carrots,onions bch 4c Lemons, Sunkift doz 15c Apples Bananas doz 10c doz 10c Strawberries nice box 7c Butter in quarters lb 25c Sliced Bacon,rind off lb 19c Dry Salt Bacon lb 15c No. 7 Steak 2 lbs 25c Sausage, mix, extra, 2 lbs 25c No. 1 Cheese lb 18c Neck Bones 7X/2C Oleo, Valleybrook, 2 lbs 25c Steak,Round,Loin,T-Bone 23c Rib Stew Meat, good lb 10c Dry Salt Jowls lb 9c Sausage,pure country pork25c Pork Chops fancy lb 15c Pork Hams, half or whl lb 15c Pk Shlds, half or whole lb 12y2 Calf Brains, fresh, set 15c Pig Tails lb 15c Free Delivery at These Low ...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 21 April 1939

■npi i MARION COUNTY COURIER 1ST PIACE MOM Lady Van Both Williams, jun- ior m th<; Jefferson Hi^h School, ti^am won top honors in exteni- pora*eous apeakinf? at a meeting of the District Interscholastic League held in Texarkana Satur- day. She won out in the Marion-Oass mee'u held in Linden two weeks mfo an>l was entered in the Tex arkaaa meet with other winners in this district. Miss Williams will «o to Long- bow Saturday to enter the re- gional meet to be held there on that date. BON ORE SOURCE Brumley-Herndon Rites Performed Dust Storm Monday Following the cold snap Mon- day morning .Jefferson was vi- lified by the worst dust storm in wiiiwy months in the afternoon. Although there were no clouds, the air was so filled with dust that the sun was barely visible. AO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Dr. Julius D. Madaras, of De- troit, Mich., an inventor and scientist well-known in the iron industry for his process of re- ducing iron ore by natural gas, met with the Chamber of Com- merce Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

X' IB The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In Marion County !I The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ; Covers Marion And ;; ! Tarts Of Cass And < j. ; Harrison Countks ! !' Issued Every Friday TO DRILL PLIIB IN TERRY NO. I III NEAR FUTURE Interest in the East End sector of Marion county has centered around the Fitzwater & Son Terry No. 1, as re- ports are current that Mr. Fitzwater is making prepara- tions to drill the plug and test the Nacatosh sand encoun- teredfat 1,172 feet with a 9-foot core before setting 8-inch casing about ten days ago. Tanks to take care of the oil are reported enroute and these people are confident of having a good well at this depth. The John A. Hughes, Taylor No. 1, is going along nicely, having set surface casing a week ago, and Mr Hughes states he does not expect to make a lot of speed, but plans to drill slowly and test all sands as they reach them. Mr. Hughes says driller Cupples is well pleased wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

-4 ✓ T i r ) t . *. • Marie* Cwiatr Carter ft. a. (Bob) BRAD8HAW. PnbiUW in poii affiet it Jeff Texan as stoond class ill matter under the act of kferoh I, 1070. fl.OQ Per Y«r Any scroti sous riflMtlMi npoa Hm turuttr, standing or reputa- taa* *f any parson or firm or «*p*rstioa which m jr wj«r * ikt cvlaiBM of Th Marion Capnty tohr will b *ladly corr^Ud mtm balag brought to th« aflw- ilm of tht publisher. LAST CALL FDR semen £1 District Court Begins Here on May 8th The May term of the 7fith Ju- dicial District will convene Kara Monday, May 8th, with Judge R. T. Wilkinson, Jr., presiding. Following is the list ol grand jurors to serve for the May term: O, 3. Billlngsly. T. K. Cox, Gor- don Brooka. 8. P. Ferrell, L. C. L®«, H. B. Davis, Phil Bower, W. J. Bryant, A. J. Watkins, Willie Lock, R. A. Mima, R. E, Hayea and P. L. Kennedy. PETIT JURORS, 2nd WEEK Monday. May 16th J F Mawtc, Will Tankersley, W RHood, CJ Wicker. John Sharp, A E Meyer, Q P Hooks, Joe Bailey Stone, 8 F Morris, Cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER r, People and Spots in the Late News DAREDEVIL DOG ... World's only canine member of an auto daredevil troupe is Odin, giant great dane, e i n g praised here after prac- tice for New York World's Fair stunts, by Mrs. Jimmie Lynch, wife of the Texas death- dodger who will stage six free thrill shows dai- ly for an Akron, O.. tire company. LACE IN FAV- OR . . . Newest creation t r o m Parisian fashion centers is this evening gown, the "Baqatelle," of white [ace and cherry - colored satin. Shells complementing sat:n prove to be a favorable ac- cessory i? F"' ' lily. \Vidt World) ... 1 mm ! , -I 'fWi S ' V&i I ■?. y "OQ- 4 jSt*:- ': f fl -J ■t «w ..'mW* m.: A vm&m NATION'S BUS- IEST? . . . Mrs Grace Keefe of Chicago could well claim titie of "nation's bus- iest mother." Be- sides caring for family of nine, she is now form- ing neighborhood National C o n- s u m e r s Tax Commission unit to study hidden taxes, and re- cently wrote prize - winning «ssay i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

' ; •/ • IL. *■ II I SPECIALS FOR A FEW DAYS 5495 3S Chevrolet Coup® fAQS 1939 License Free ~'J 38 Ford 4-door License fre®| 38 Studebaker 4-dr. $AQ^ 37 Plymouth 4«door $4ft5 lA'jQ I iAanaA \ * -J I icoRuO f r « 1939 License Free J License Iree Our guarantee is "Better and protects you more than any other dealer in East Texas" "IN MAR8HALL IT'S" WhiSelinrvt.Fiiiley Motor Company DODGK Direct Factory Dealer PLYMOUTH 1 IZED BT CO. AGENT Negro farmers in Sand Branch organised a community breeding association under the leadership of T. L.. Wedgeworth, negro county ascent, County Agent Aeaton and H. Ray Taylor, the Farm Security Administrator. The newly formed assoaiation will purehase a pure bred jersey bull thru a community service loan made available by the FSA. The animal will be centrally lo- cated on John Lemmons' farm. Mr. Taylor said the animal would lie available for service by May 20. The community breeding asso- ciation can afford to buy a much better animal than can any one i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

* • • ...y, ^MWHiV'if « a«i Local News Happenings Iteeu of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town .ix. W. R. Hughes, of Long view, was in the eity Tuesday. 4be M. Bower of Nacogdoches spent Sandajr with home folks bere. Billie Bolick, who ie working1 in Shreveport, visited heme felks here Sunday. Mr. and Airs. K. F. Jones of the Jones Bakery were Atlanta visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson nod daughter, Mise Marjorie, were in Stireveport Saturday. Mrs. Lawrence Newton of Magnolia, Ark., is the guest ef Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Knight. J. M. Horne returned Tuesday frem Little Rock where he was walled an business. Mrs. M. M. Whitlock of Mar- shall was a Jefferson visitor on last Wednesday. Tax assessor-collector J. A. Starling, who has been confined to eis home with the "flu" is re- ported improved.; Mrs. fireel Pyland, who has been ill with the measles ia re- covering rapidly and was able to return home Thursday. Ollie B. Webb and daug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 28 April 1939

1 V I na MARION COUNTY co uAim IS ROOM AND OFFICE ,A. W. Henderson, manager of tlie Squth western Gas <fe Elect- ric Company here, is proud of the way they are remodeling the interior of their display room and office, and he has a right to he. When completed it will be one of toe most attractive places in the entire southwestern division. Marriage Licenses County Clerk .loe Hughes an- nounces the following marriage licenses have been issued the past few days: Oscar Gose, JofHin, Mo., and Miss Viola Hensley, city. Paul Lange and Miss Lucille Connerly, Gladewater, Colored: Charley White and Roberta Tatum', Marshall. Clarence Beckman and Eddie Bee Henderson, Lassater. New Residents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Childers, formerly of Kilgore and Long- view, have moved to Jefferson to make their future home, Mr. Cnilders, will.be cashier and of- fice manager for the Southwest- ern Gas & Electric Company, sncceeding F. C. Griffin. Mr. Griffin has not definitely made plans for the future but w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

i I ;; The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In !I Marion County The Marion County Courier Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Jefferson, Texas, Friday. May 5, 1939 VOL. 2— No 52 SETTING UP RIG AT PARSONS; II J. VESTAL GETS ENTIRE BELL WELL; TO STANDARDIZE IT Jim Parsons announces that machinery has ar- rived and is being set up preparatory to spudding in of his Ney No. 1. Drilling will begin in a few days and this well will be watched with lots of interest as Mr. Parsons has had many years' experience in the oil business and has one of the best drillers he could find to drill this well and says believes he is well located to make a good well. The John Hughes-Taylor No. 1, seven miles east ol town is about at the Nacatosh sand and Mr. Hughes says his well is logging high and he expects to test every sand he encounters, Fitzwater & Son are about ready to go on down with their Duncan No. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

(i I IV fv ' / I / I i -".r > Pi t.. I > i MARION COUNTY COURIER \ „ / Marion County Courier R. G. (Bob) BRA.DSHAW, Publisher Kntered in post office at Jeff «rson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.0Q Per Year Any erroneouH reflection upon tk* character, standing or reputa- tion of any person or firm or corporation which may app<*r in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly tforrocted upon being brought to the attcn- tion of the publisher. n m scum, at Tlfouffli the facilities of the ^ National Youth Administration | major program of work is underwny at Macedonia Rural High School Plans are in oper- ation for the construction of a three feet roeKrotainiNg wall around the campus, underpin- ning the school building with rock atid filling low elevations with approximately :i()0 cubic yds, of dirt. With the aid of the boys of Vocational Agriculture, before the project is completed, t. he ctmpus will be landscaped a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

Uf —-*.r —*• -fes^vT UHSi ■ "™ THE ltARION C0UNTT COWtnOt J> BUSINESS BEHER SAYSJE HUGHES County Clerk Joe Hughes says business is better both in lejral filings as well as other depart- ments. There were 19 marriage licen- ses issued in April, 18 to local people, Mr. Hughes staked, but May looks as if out of town folks were going to lead. BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOYDISH SUPPER The young people of th-3 First "Baptist Churoh served a covered dish supper Tuesday night in connection with a business meet- ing. Mrs. H. B. Taylor was ih charge of the supper which was served in the basement of the church. New officers were selected for the young people's union and a drive was planned for new mem- bers. Fortv persoui attended and thought that the class would be increased to a total of one hun dred or more by the middle of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sullivan, Jr., of DeQueen, Ark., spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bradshaw. ti? Pi HA t /<' <• World) BASEBALL'S NO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

^ T • y« I I s' i 1 t'" i i . i< $ 169.50 VALUES! VALUES! Yes, the biggest refrigerator values in all Kelvinator's 25 ycatsl Sparkling-white, stream- lined new Silver Jubilee Kelvina- tors—with nearly 14 square feet of shelf area ... 6 cubic feet of space! Built by the oldest maker of elec- tric refrigerators... powered with Kelvinator's new Polarsphere that uses current only 20% of the tim« . . . gives safe, sure protection all the time. Yet —they're priced at a new tow! Take advantage of these big Silver Jubilee "buys'* ... Come in Today! "Haggard Furniture Company TBI KAUON COUNTY COURIBB MEET IK CITY GROCERY AND MARKET This it the name of the new- store that has purcnased the srrocery and market formerly operated by Fulgrer Bros., and will continue at the same location and Paul Benningtield will man- age the grocery and produce de partinents with Carl L. Williams in charge of the meat market. These two gentlemen are too well known to our many readers to require any introducti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

THE MARION C0UNTY COOrtlER The local American Legion Boy Scout committee met with the Scouts and their Scoutmaster, Edward Tay- lor, Tuesday night at the Le- j ion hut. A birthday party was planned to celebrate the 1st anniversary of the Scout's organization i n Jefferson sponsored by the ;co,al Legion Post. About 27 Scotnst i. nsv\ ered to their names. Ooramittee- men ..tteinding were N Mc*j Bride, J. E. Townley, J. V. Whelan and Dave S'mpson. The old committee consist- ing of J. E. Townley, N. Mc- "kos and J. V. Whelan has been replaced by a new committee of Duve Simpson, Gordon Brooks, James E. Arnett, El- bert Fite and G. H. Liverman This committee will be changed each year in order to give as many legionnaires aspossiblea chance to gel acquaint, ! with the Scout work and activities. The Legion and Ladies' Auxiliiary met in a joint business session Thursday night. D. T- Lewis, local legion- naire. who is in a Veteran's hospital a t Fayettesville, ^rk., is expected home within a ...

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

~« *:. THE MARION COUNTY COURIER if i FEDERAL COURT OPENED II Otoe of the largest crowds wit- nessed here for the opening of federal court—estimated at 500 persons gathered at the court house here Monday morning pre- ceding the opening of federal court at 10 o'clock with Judge T. W. David3on. of Dallas, pre- siding in the first-week criminal docket. The new jail was literally jammed with defendants. With a section for federal prisoners local officers kad one of the busiest days of their careers Saturday whan 16 persons were jailed for drunkenness, fighting and disorderly conduct, to sand the jail to near its capacity. A total of 75 criminal oases were set for the criminal docket which waa expected to consume about three days, and to bring about ISO defendants before the court. Most of the case* were liquor law violations, with re- ports that half of those set were cases of Harrison county defend- ants. Entire proceedings of the cour', including trial of 14 civil cases, was expected ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

K 6^v 7 0 ls * F f V The Only Home Owned Paper In Marion County Issued Every Friday. , MAGAZINE SECTION The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Jefferson, Texas, Friday, May 5, 1939. Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties VOLUME 3. NO. 2. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser 1 v NO? HE WORKS BY <A WISE GUYS, EH ! HIMSELF...SAME J WELL/I'LL SHOW YOU THING/a — S HOW GOOD I I BEEN STUDYING HARD.f DO YOU WORK AND I CAN REALLY J WITH A DUMMY? THROW MY VOICE!/ THE FIRST LESSON TELLS YOU HOW TO MAKE YOUR VOICE SOUND MUFFLED.... LIKE IT'S COMING FROM INSIDE SOME PLACE/ mm r. M. R^. y, WELL .SUPPOSE A COUPLE OF GUYS CAME ALONG CARRYING A TRUNK... THEN I COULD SHOW YOU/ THATS FINE.YOU NEVER CAN TELL WHEN YOU'RE APT TO MEET A COUPLE OF GUYS CARRYING A TRUNK .... WELL,ILL BE < GOSH, HERE "THEY DOGGONED/ / ARE! NOW WATCH WHAT HAPPENS/ WHAT i ?: .7 WE WAS PLAYIN' HIDE'N-GO- SEEK ! HURRY UP WITH THAT LOCK/ BEFORE HE SUFFOCATES,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

I f Indians Harrassed the Brazos Valley Settlers By MARJORIE ROGERS Marlin, Texas. (Copyright 1939, by the Southwest Magazine Co.) jj&iNE of the prominent pioneer wom- )%' en of Central Texas, Mrs. Sarah % Marlin Pruett, age 77, was born March 25, 1862, nuar Perry, (Falls County), Texas. Mrs. Pruett's parents were James and Eugenia Perry. The town of Perry was named for her grandfather, Judge Albert George Perry, who served in the council of Texas' first Provisional Gover- nor, Henry Smith. Her great-gr andfather, Jesse Grimes, was a member of Sam Hous- ton's cabinet and a signer of the Texas Declaration of Inde- pendence. Mrs. Pruett's first husband was Sam Mar- lin, son of James Mar- lin, for whom the town of Marlin was named. Following his death, in 1902, she married T. J. Pruett, who died in 1922. Since the death of her second husband, Mrs. Pruett has lived alternately with her two daughters, Mrs. T. C. Williams, of Cisco, and Mrs. Shirley Marlin Carter, of Waco. "The Battle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

w ■ CURRENT COMMENT By R. L PASCHAL 409 E. Wemtherford St., Fort Worth, Tox. (Copyright 1M . by tba Stwthwvrt lUrulu Co.) Rewards and Punishments iH^iiECENTLY a group of distinguish- "■* ed men and women of the educa- tional world delivered a series of addresses to the teachers of Northern Texas, at Fort Worth, in which they spoke with authority about problems that confront parents, teach- ers and society. Some of. this group boldly asserted that there should be no such thing as rewards and punishments in the school room ;t that if a child does not study and improve his time the teacher has not made the subject in- teresting to him; that, if let alone, the child will soon become diligent. Fur- thermore, if a pupil commits some of- fense against another pupil or against the school, the teacher should ignore it, for probably the p^il will not repeat the offense. This is a philosophy so snuch at vari- ance with the experience of mankind that we question its practical applica- tion. It ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

BRIEF TEXAS NEWS-from Over the State „„... ^ _ —^ Tiintf T T/iWCI? A 11 SETS OF TWINS W. A. Miller, principal of Rusk, (Cherokee county), public schools boasts 11 sets of twins in a student body of 520. 2,500 REDBUD TREES ON CAMPUS While students of the State College for Women, Denton, crowned a Redbud Queen the last of March, 2,500 redbud trees bloomed in regal splendor on the college campus. COLLECTS MATCH COVERS Henry Buchanan, of Bryan, collects match covers as a hobby. His collec- tion of 7,000 include matches from every State in the Union, Canada, Alaska, Germany, Mexico, England, Scotland, Italy, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. OPERATES DATE BUREAU Boys and girls at Dallas' Technical High School don't have to worry any more about dates. Miss Nina Faulk- ner conducts a date bureau for them, doing all the work for the fun of it. 26-OUNCE BABY Corpus Christi Caller: "Palmeda Peralez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- cio Peralez, of Corpus Christi, is one of the tiniest infants ever born in...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

RADIUM RICHES Grizzled old prospectors are battling through bitter win- ter winds on the Kirghiz Steppes of southern Russia these days. They are out to plot radium fields and de- posits of other ores which the Soviet hopes to start mining in spring. Before beginning produc- tion, however, Russia wants to know how extensive these deposits are. Hence the pros- pecting. Radium is a find in any man's country. In commer- cial form, it sells for about $700,000 an ounce. Most of it goes to hospitals for use in treating cancer, tumors, scars and birthmarks. Even this price is less than a fourth of what radium cost until 1922. The first ore was refined from pitchblende min- ed in Bohemia. But up to 1922, four-fifths of the world's supply was produced from low-grade U. S. ore. Then pitchblende, 20 times richer, was discovered in Belgian Congo. Belgian monopoly was not broken until 5 years ago when Canada became the greatest radium-producer. Its mines, located on the shores of a lake crossed b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

TEXAS FARM NEWS REPORTS A. W. Guatafson, William- Carrel Knight, of thel Jolly's Cleo, a high milk son county farmer, has in-: Hooks 4-H club, (Bowie coun- and butterfat producing vented a cotton duster with ty), who has as his demon-[ Jersey cow of the Shelton a new choke-proof attach-1 stration a pure bred Angus | Brothers herd at Brown- ment which, it is thought, I calf, reports that his calf has! wood, (Brown county), pre will save farmers many dol-j gained 256 pounds in 122 sented her owners with her eggs are shipped to North- lars in eliminating insects. in days. Carrel is feeding a i ration consisting of home- What is thought to be a ^n feeds and grazing his twin lamb record was set by I on a good pasture, a small flock of sheep owned —— by B. D. Dunn, of Tennyson, The Nome 4-H club girls, (Coke county), when out of i ^Jefferson county), are ten ewes in one lot, seven of I leaning to do by doing, ac- Coleman countians have been paid more than $4,000 this season for turkey j e...

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