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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

CURRENT COMMENT By A STAFF EDITOR (Ctopyright, 1940, by the Southwnt Magaiin. Co.] Starts From Scratch OUTSTANDING 4-H club boy in the U. S., Willie Ulich, of Lyons, (Burleson county), Texas, was selected over 630,000 other candi- dates for a $300 scholarship and the honor of "best leader" of the National organization. And there was plenty of reason for that award. Willie started club work five years ago, when he was 14. He borrowed $10 from his father, invested it in a registered Poland China sow. Then he planted three acres of corn, cultivating it according to the latest methods devised. The following year, 1937, he added to his pen of hogs, acquired 200 baby chicks, built his own brooder house for them, won a registered heifer for being the outstanding 4-H boy in his county. Later he built a henhouse for the 196 chickens he had been successful in raising, won top honors in Texas for his total score in judging contests, became a member of several State teams, was elected president...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

BRIEF TEXAS NEWS-from Over the State J ninfimiv) \T A MFC I'ECAN BUTTER ICE CREAM Ice cream manufacturers have re- ported brisk sales for a new recipe—pe- can butter ice cream—made from Tex- as pecans. GOOD NEWS FOR FISHERMAN The Texas Game, Fish and Oyster Commission, in 1939, increased produc- tion of fish in its State hatcheries by 2,000,000 over 1938. STATE LUMBER OUTPUT Over a billion board-feet of lumber are produced annually in Texas from 535 sawmills. About 30 per cent of the lumber is exported. WHITE QUAIL A game warden reported as having seen a white quail in a covey of quail near Abilene, (Taylor county). White quail are rare birds. 11,000 STUDENTS IN U. OF T. For the first time in history, the University of Texas has more than 11,- 000 students, Auditor C. II. Sparenberg revealed. ESTIMATE COST OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS Traffic accidents last year cost the citizens of Texas $45,861,175, State Highway Engineer Julian Montgomery has estimated. CHAMP STEER EARNS $1,960 The grand...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

..Vv C—/ /v sness at- (Day rthe- of ;rao- hiifi- [,ake, as Je to >ub- de- lame la- in.sk It Inds Inky land )ing ind ere re- |hat to teir I -to leat Idea jen ia fng 2d I as kak kck the Ian Wi- sh, I to lice Ihe rs, jk or id in Kn Im |<> II A LITTLE Bravo! "I heard a noise and got up. Right there under the bed I saw a man's legs sticking out." "Mercy me, the burglar's legs?" "No, my husband's legs. He'd heard the noise, too." tj1 TT l\f Jokes to Make \ou Laugh • Exercise "Motoring is surely a great thing. I used to be fat and sluggish before the motoring craze, but now I'm spry and energetic." "I didn't know you - motored." v "I don't. I dodge." Doctor Guessed "I don't like your heart action. You've had some trouble with Angina Pectoris." "You're partly right, doctor, only that ain't her name." Complicated Traffic Cop: "Hey, you can't make a right turn here." Lady Motorist: "Why not?" Traffic Cop: "Well, a right turn is wrong here. The left turn is right. If you want to turn ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

TEXAS FARM NEWS REPORTS A McKinney, (Col 11 n county), hatchery has just installed a new all electric Robbins incubator that holds 32,000 turkey and hen egtfs. This huge ma- chine is the last word in modern incubation, having both automatic tempera- ture and humidity controls as well as many other labor saving devices. F. B. Elliott, of Jackson- ville, (Cherokee county), reports a nice gain in feed- ing out his calf. Elliott started feeding his calf sev- eral months ago and on De- cember 12th it weighed 590 pounds. The next weigh- ing it showed a total of 705 pounds on January 13th. Then on February 13th the animal pulled the scales to the 790-pound mark, a net gain of 200 pounds in two months. Texas wheat production for 1940, based on the condition as of March 1, will be 29,- 953,000 bushels, which would c o m p a re with 27,650,000 bushels for 1939, according to a Chicago crop reporting service. Uvalde, (Uvalde county) claims the most unusual of the old-time cowmen in O. T Cardwel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

/ / \— ft Our Boys and Girls AUNT MARY, Editor, Route 5, Bo* 179-B, Fort Worth, Texas. C&EI's Ziftpex between St. Louis and Chicago • To enjoy fast, convenient service between the South- west and Chicago, just board your favorite train to St. Louis and connect with C&EI's deluxe daylight leader, the ZIPPER, or the equally famous SILENT KNIGHT. TH.iipPer g.SO *■«"• t „ St.L""18 • * # l-.4a V tM>rr;,Sv.'«r6 Vt Cb' <aS°' \o AO v-r" \ 4bov tB' Ch^o3° Poultry News Poultry and Egg Co-ops Poultry and Egg Co-ops Poultry and eggs, unlike many other farm products, do not re- quire processing before reaching the consumer. Therefore, these products offer greater flexibility ■ in marketing than most other agricultural commodities. One of the avenues of distribution t'or H poultry products that is expanding rapidly is through producer con- trolled co-operatives. Farmers and poultrymen in more than 800 communities are finding it advan- [j( tageous to market their poultry products thr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 April 1940

THIS BOOKLET Household Helps MRS. MARGARET STIJTR, Editor, Route 5, Box 179-B, Fort Worth, Texas. BUSY WOMEN'S WORKBASKET If you or some member of your family arc suffering from Sugar Diabetes .on will find the information in (his I'RKK booklet interesting t describe* the signs and causes of Diabetes nd discusses the jsc jf a valuable adjunct in the treatment of Sugar Diabetes. When writing for your KRKK copy state your name and ad dress ... if you wish mention the name and address of your physician. Di Function Company, Inc. Dept. 8W 4 P. <>. Rm 10.14 (•'OKI WORTH. TKXAS URGES HOBBIES FOR AM. A prominent educator has recommended that courses in the selection and pursuit of hobbies be made a part of the nation's college currricula. The recommendation came from Dr. Samuel N. Stevens, dean of the University of Col- lege at Northwestern Uni- versity, Evanston, 111., who said: "A hobby may keep a man broke, but it will also keep him mentally alive. "It drains off dammed-up energie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

/ // % I; The Only Home ;; j; Owned Paper In Marion County The Marion County Courier j <S-"i 1 j And Official Organ of the Marlon Coulty Agricultiaral Association ;; Covers Marlon An d J ; < > Parts Of CassAnd ; ; ; Harrison Counties ' • Issued Every Friday J eft arson, Texas, Friday. April, 19, 1940 ,Jh VOL. 3~ No $2 OF Results of the White Citizens' Primary Election held April 9th, as per election returns can vassed by the Executive Com mittee and shows the number of votes each candidate received: For District Olerk Fred Shaw 1532 Fo County Judge Asa E. Ramsay 1526 For Sheriff Tom Morris 1530 For County Clerk Joe Hughes 1583 For Tax Assessor & Collector J. A. Starling 1532 For County Attorney Shelburne H. Glover 1524 For County Treasurer Mrs. Ethel Brown 1532 For County Surveyor R. E. L. Snead 1533 For Commissioner Prec. No. 2 M. H. Bender 406 Chester Latham 4.5 For Justice Peace Prec. No. 3 W. E. Singleton 822 For Constable Prec. No. 3 0- R. Lockett 344 C. I. Boules ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

THE MARION CO LUSTY COURIER NOTICE Application has been filed by the undersigned in County Court, Dallas County, Te*- aa, Probate, for an order directing the leasing of the real property listed herein belonging to Estate of A. A. Rowe, Deceased, for the pur- pose of drilling, mining, and operating for oil, gaa or oth- er minerals or metals, and hearing thereon vrill be held in said Court at 10 A. M. Anril SO, 1040. FIRST TRACT > Situated in Morris and Marion Ootonties, Texas, being a survey of 140 acres patented to the heirs of Wm. G. Lilly, on March 20, 1907, Begin at NW cor of a 133 acre survey made for Hamil- ton Padgett; thence w with John B. Lill's bndry line 218 varas; thence S 1689 varas to a stake. Thence E 1008 varas; thence NT 382 varas; Thence N with Duncan's bndry line 157 varas; thence W with Padgett's s bndry line 700 varas, thence n with Padgett's w bndry line 950 varaa to place of begin ning. SECOND TRACT The S 20 acres out of fol lowing: Situated in Morris County...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

~*w_ 'yiw- * ■ THE MAMQN flftKNXX COQB1ER like sparkling Chanipagne:, j--U \ mm .. AS MOOMLIGHT ..AS A FEATHER m FACT.. Just Right Taste THAT REFRESHING GENTLE 'TANG' FLAVOR OF GRAND PRU GENUINE LAGER BEER Every gloss is uniform in its "sparkling-with-life" genuine goodness. You will see, taste and thrill to the champagne-like dryness of refreshing Grand Prize. Aged for months. There Is No Finer Beer at Any Price ! Isadore Segal, Distributor. Phone 133 Try The Courier For Job Printing IT*? iti i DIXIE SERVICE Listen, Folks! Not the kind of service you have been getting, but the kind you are looking for SUDDEN SERVICE Stop by and Gas with us! JOHN BURNS At the wheel. Hello Folks! And Come Back. Dixie Service Station Across from E. R. Hicks Motors J. M. SPRADLEY, Manager You get more for your money if you use Dixie Gas and Motor Oils. MUSCULAR] BACKACHE • SORENESS -STIFFNESS PAINS-ACHES If first good rubbing* with soothing, warming Muateroie don't bring yeu glorious nlitl from thoaa t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURJER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas a;; second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. RnbtM-riptlon (In th* County) Subscription (Foreign) SI .00 IV r Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. ONLY THREE-TIME SPEAKER OF HOUSE MARION RESIDENT Dr. M. D. K. Taylor, who help- ed form what i« now Marion county held the honor of being speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives three times, 1859 00 then 1868 and ag.iin in 1873. Dr. Taylor was the grand fath er of M. D. K. Taylor, and part of the old home still stands about 8 miles east of town. The following address was de livered by Dr. Taylor at the ad journment of the House and was bis farewell address to his col- leagu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

NflMMM 3* THE MAMQN WlNXX COURIER vlA OPENS APRIL 24TH , SHREVEPORT, April — Cattle and cowboys are heading for Shreveport this week to be on hand for the opening of the five- day championship Rodeo in Fair Park stadium Wednesday night, April 24. Held under the auspices of the Louisiana State Fair Association with T. E. Robertson the producer, the rodeo will be the first of its kind this section of Louisiana has ever seen. It will be conducted under the rules and contest stand- ards of the Southwest Rodeo As- sociation. Rodeo festivities start with a downtown parade in Shreveport at : 3:45 p. m. Wednesday, April 24. Beginning that night, the show goes eight performances with grand championship finals on Sunday afternoon. Matinee and night performances will be held on Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, but only one show (matinee) on Sunday. ® Cowboys will be contesting for $3,500 in purses with entry fees added to the winnings. Contest events will include bulldogging, saddle bronc ridi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 April 1940

THE MARION COUNTY GOURlEh 'r* .J Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town Mrs. S. E. Callison return- ed to her home in St. Landry, La , Sunday, after a visit with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. P. T. Simmons. Miss Constance Wollman was in Kilgore Monday, Tom W. Heiry. of Tsxar- kana, was ?n the city Wed- nesday. Mrs. James H. Crow, of Galveston, arrived Wednes- day night for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil M. Bower. J. M. Spradley apparently is putting over ths Dixie Service Station, with the assistance of John Burns. Mrs. J. H. Benefield has returned from a visit of sev- eral days in China Springs, where she attended a family house party, honoring her mother, Mrs. F. D. Glass, on her birthday. Mrs. 9. A. Pierce and Mrs. H. R. Markos have returned from Colorado,Texas, where they spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jerold Markos. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Propps, accompanied by their niece, Miss Frank Elice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 10 May 1940

4"MH I w ; The Only Home |; I Owned Paper In ;; ! Marion County ! \ iL:| ,J: 'tjJj. -x j,"$. \ \i;' 2'': The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ;; Covers Marlon And ; ■ | Parts Of CassAnd !; H arrison Counties i Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday, May 10, 1940 VOL. 4- No 3 has eighty graduating class One of the largest graduat ing classes In the history of the Jefferson high school will receive their diplomas at the close of school, was announcer! by Sup't. Grace Stark today. Those graduating are: GIRLS Beard, Verna Rea; Blackburn, Maurine; Bradshaw, Marijane; Bradly, Vera; Brooks, Helen; Brooks, Willie; Brown, Faye; Carter, Ruby Pearl; Colgin, Juanita; Gates, Vivian; Cromer, Alma Jewel; Davis, Bessie; Dav is, Fannie Leila; Davlin, Lenoka; Dorgan, Merle; Eaton, Gene- vieve; Echols, Peggy; Gray, Ad- elaide; Griffis, La Merle; Grubbs, Myrtle; Hatfield, Marie; Joseph, Helena; Moore, Melba; Moseley, Amy Jean; Oliver, Irene; P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 10 May 1940

ii* mm f %1';- V THE MAKION COUNTY GOURIEh THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. O. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBUS"-"™ Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail n.altc- under the act of March 3, 1879. Sabacription (In the Coniity) $1.00 IVr > OeU Sabacription (Foreign) S'-50 Per > PUI Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the colun.ua of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon bei 3g brought to the attention of the publisher. SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MARION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That by virtue of a certain Execution issued out of the Honorable Justice Court of Marion County, 80th day of April 1940, by W. E. Singleton Justice of tha Peace of said Marion County, Texas Prect. No. 3 for the sum of One hundred Forty Two and 78 ! 100 (1142,78) Dollars and costs of suit, under a Judgement, in favor of Club Cafe in a certain cause in said Court, No. 8080 and st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 10 May 1940

'jtfittijp "T THE MARION COUNTY COURIER L The second annual seien title tour of the senior high sthooi chemistry class of Central high school, Jeffer- son, Texas, was oompleted Sunday, April 14, 1940. The major interesting points of central and south west Texas were visited. The construc tion and operation of various high school' and eollfege plants were studied 01 the level of the students' Binds, from an (educational view point P. V. college was selected as the major point of interest. As usual at this time of the year, all depart- ments of the college observe their annual Maheagris. LIGHT .molh net* KsTftBifSI ^OER f That's why GRAND PRIZE Offers so much real Summer Refreshment Isadore Segal Distributor PHONE 133 fUe KB pAv^r- 43 mteHUCHX^l^UKl CHMMutt I T~4S A ft ATM* j .MUST H Light — Y®s 'Xtra Light and brilliant with natural whole- some goodness. Look thru your next glass ol sparkling ■ with - life GRAND PRIZE! JUST RIGHT f Moth MENACE Here's What Leaflet 145 U. S. Department...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 10 May 1940

' i L..' I THE MARION flOlTNJY COURIER First Methodist Church Sunday school—9:55 a. m. Morninf? worship—11:00 a. m. Sermon topic—"The Gifts of Motherhood." Eveaintf worship—7:45 p. m. The dramas, "Where It List- eth" and "The Two Mothers," will be presented by the young people of the Epworth league. Mid-week service—Wednes- day, 7:45 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend thesb services. •. Townes Windham, Pastor oOo Claude Hutchingg, candi- date for district judge, is in the city in the interest of his campaign. Howard Smith, candidate for Congress, was in the city Tuesday. Britton Christian, of A. & Miss Benefield Honors Couple With Bingo Party Mr, and Mrs. Talmadge Todd and Mrs. E. R. Todd spent Sunday with relatives I Sunday guests of Mr. in Gladewater. Mrs. Ernest R. Hicks. "Honoring Mr. and Mri. Doyle Barry Bower, of Dall M., spent the week end with as, who .vas the guest of his pbrents, Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mra. Phil M. Bower, over B.Christian. the week end, Miss France...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 14 June 1940

•—T Give Until It Hurts. Marion County QUOTA $700.00 QpjjS Jplll The Marion County Courier jjjfij And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. June-14, 1940 VOL. 4— Not FORMER CITIZEN Funeral services for Warren Elsworth Hoffmeister, 51, vet- eran employee of t h e General Electric Supply Corporation in Dallas, were held at 2 p. m. Tues day in t h e George A. Brewer Funeral Chapel. A resident of Dallas for twen- ty-three years and a prominent degree worker in the A. C. Gar- rett Masonic Lodge, Mr, Hoff- meister died at 11:30 p. m. Sun- day at his home, 6133 Prospect, after a heart attack. Dr. Floyd Poe of City Temple Presbyterian Church, where Mr. HofTmeister was a member, eon- ducted the funeral service and burial was in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Mr, Hoffmeister was born a t Axtel, Kan., Jan. 20, 1889. He lived for a While in Minnesota be fore he moved to Texas, first to Wills Peint and then to Jefferson, At Jefferson...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 14 June 1940

--: - ■>+f ■j 'J. '/ * '4 * THE MAB20N COUNTY COURIER WITH ALLEN-A Sunday, June 16th. . . IS . . I f (Allen A Step out this snmni" in your favorite style and color picked from these grand new sock j numbers by Allen-A. Patterns include vertical, ar- gyk, clock, panel, plaid, and clock-and-pancl. For a new thrill in foot comfort wear Allen-A. Come in today. / 35c 3 For $1.00 Stmm PERMOFLIX ELASTIC BAND PERMITS WAIST FREEDOM. AVOIDS CRKEPINO. SPRING-NEEDLE-KNIT SIDE PANELS FLEXIBLY EMBRACE THIGHS. ALLOW A FULL STRIDE. m ii CLOTH FRONT AND BACK DOUBLE CROTCH CONSTRUCTION PROVIDES PERFECT SUPPORT. AVOIDS CRAWLING. ELASTIC TAP! IN LEO HIM ELASTIC TAPE IN LEO HEM Nor-East Wrinkle Proof TIES, $1.00 Give Dad Brieftex Shorts 50c Per Pair ...For... DADS DAY It's Dollars To Doughnuts He'll Prefer Shirtcraft Airman SHIRTS Sold Exclusively At Gamble's B & M Store For Only $1.65 STRAWS 98c to $5.00 GAMBLE'S 8 & M WE'VE SAID ITS WE Ve SAID ITS w -f . Houston. Tenet Isadore Segal, Distri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 14 June 1940

THE MARION COtJNTY COURIER Society Clubs Theatres Mrs. Sue Hale Given Surprise Birthday Dinner Tuesday Mrs. Sue Hale, one of Marion oounties pioneer and best beloved citizens was given a surprise birthday dinner Tuesdav by her daughter. Miss Maebelle Hale. This was "Aunt Sue's" 81st birth day. Four generations were gath- ered aronnd the dinner table for the happy occasion: Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hale, Miss Maebelle Hale; her child run; Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Henderson, Jr. grandchil- dren; P. G. Henderson III. and Linda Ann, great grandchildren. Nat D. Heaton and daughter Peggy were also present. -OQO- Mrs. Meisenheimer Entertains Class Mrs. Homer Meisenheimer entertained her Sunday school class with a breakfast at Road- side park Friday morning. Members and guests present were: Betty Jane Jenkins, Ncra Ann Beggs, Barbara Rowel 1, Rose Mary Wise, Jean Sterrett, Mrs. Roy Beggs. Mrs. Gad Jenkins and Bobby Jenkins. PUVEDHSH ROLE 100 *11 Alan Baxter came out to Holly wood, following several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 14 June 1940

tr" P. m % THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BKADSHAW PUBLIFif^P Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Satecrtptlon (In the County) $1.00 Per *car Subscription (-Foreign) $1.50 Per Vein Loss of Railroad Threatens Town With Desertion PERR1N, Texas, Juno 12.— The people of this once thriv- ing Weat Texas community • re in mourning. The occasion for their mourning is not the demist of some leading citizen or other beloved person, but the loss aom* months ago of their railroad. Now tha t it is gone, many in Perrin are frank to admit its loss co n be largely attributed to their own lack of appreciation of its value to the town. Along with the railroad went school district, munici Poland other taxes, and a pay roll highly important to a town of this size, even though it might not have been considered much of a factor to a larger city. Throughout Perrln's time, thil pay roll had meant much to loc...

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