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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 9 August 1940

?/ •• '■•rwnm The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marlon County Agricultural Association ' I* >.V ]t!) T j Issued Every Friday Jafiaraon, Ta)iaa, Friday. August 9, 1940 VOL. 4~N« 16 Blackeye Pea Crop Off To Good Start Here The Jefferson Wholesale Grocery Company has had its pea thresher running almost full time the past few days taking care of its contracts with several hundred farmer, in this trade territory in which they agreed to pay l.o per bushel for blackeyed and cream peas. Although the season is hardly started good they have already threshed over 150,000 pounds of peas which dis- tributed about $4,000 to our farmers andT. J. Taylor, Jr. says he believes this crop alone wiN bnng close to f 15.000 to our tarmers in the next few weeks.^* This crop brings in money to the farmer at the time "'things are slow and builds up their land as well. After the peas are threshed they are placed in vaults ;and dry kilned then sold to grece/y stores all over the (country C...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 9 August 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER (Innmincintf SJfae, dpenittg. ($4 The Jetterson Dry Goods Co. IK PERKINS BROS. FORMER LOCATIOK OPENS FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9th. Over $30,000 Stock Of Merchandise For Your Selection A huge 4 page circular was left at your door, but if you failed to receive one, you will be more than satis- fied with the BIG SAVING offered at our opening Sale—This is "Get Acquainted" week and we want to meet every man, woman and child in this trade territory whether you buy now or not—So join the crowd and visit us during the opening SALE. EVERYTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. We are going to be a part of your community and will appreciate a part of your business. You are always Welcome JEFFERSOIT DRY GOODS CO. Jack Fleishman, Proprietor v I THE MARION COUNTV COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISH^? Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) $1.00 Per tfcai Subscription (Foreign) $ -50 Per V'e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 9 August 1940

THE MARION QOUNTY COURIER JUST HUMANS By GENE CARR £ W) Alka-Seltzer Th y Say It With a Smile! Do the members of YOUR family say this? SHERIFF'S SALE THB STATE OF TEXAS County of Marlon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN That by virtue of a Cer- tain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable District Court of Marion County, 12th day of July 1940, by Fred Shaw clerk of said Court for the sum of One hundred and One and 31 | 100 ($101.31) Dollars and costs of Buit, undpr a Judgement, in favor •of T. D. Rowell, Sr., in a cer tain cause in sa'd Court, No. 11309 and styled Willie Mar- tin ET ALS vs. Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company ET ALS, placed in my hands for service, I, Tom W. Morris as Sheriff of Marion County. Texas, did, ©n the 26th day of .July 1940, leYy on certain Real Estate, situated in Ma- rion County, Texas, describ- ed as follows, to wit: Being 50 acres of land more or less, •a part of the Charles Gray- son H. R. Survey and being situated in Marion County, Texas about 8i miles N. E. fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 9 August 1940

—r THE MARION COUNTY COURIER LEGAL NOTICE H. J. K. No. 45 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an Amendment to Article H, Section 9, of the Constitution of the State of Texas by adding a new Section there-1 to to be known as Section 9-A; pro- viding that the Commissioners Court of Red River County, after a major- ity vote of the resident qualified elec- ■ tors owning taxable property therein,j shall have the authority to levy a j tax not to exceed Twenty-five (25) , Cents on the one hundred dollars val- uation for a period not exceeding fif- teen (15 J years for the purpose of re- funding the outstanding warrant in- debtedness of the General Fund of the j County by the issuance of bonds un - j der the (provisions of the Genera! | Laws regulating the refunding of out- standing debts of the County; pro- j viding for the necessary proclama-; tion, and appropriating funds to de- | fray the expenses of the proclama tion, publication, and election. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEG j ISLATURE OF THE STAT...

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

Society THE MAM6N QoMTV courier Clubs Theatres Friday Sewing Club Eastern Star The Friday Afternoon Sewing club met last w«ek with Mrs. C. A. Melsenheimer. After an hour of sewing, refreshments of ice cream and cake were strved. Those present ware: Mmes. P. L. Bass, J. H. Bensfield, P. M. Bower, C. A. Carlson, M. M. DeWare, J. M. DeWare, R. W. Loomis, S. S. Minor, Arch Mc- Kay, Lon Neilon, W. E. Single- ton, Mary Stallcup, G. T. Hag- gard, Miss Fanny Benefield; and Mrs. Fahe.v, of Chioago. The club meets this week with Mrs. S. S. Minor. Cavewomin Love Basis Of Lupe Velez Comedy Lupe Veler, vivacious screen star who hails from below the Rio Grande, portrays one of her famous firecracker rolts in RKO- Radio's "Mexican Spitfire," in which, she plays the title part. The popular Latin actress is seen as a madcap Mexican song- and-dance girl, newly married to a staid New York advertising man. The efforts of the groom's iealoua ex-fiancee to break up the marriage with the aid of the husban...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 9 August 1940

r> the makion county courier Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town Misses Gladys, Jean and Lillian Jackson are visiting thsir aunt, Mrs. Jack Jones, of Bivens. Miss Virginia Lewis left Monday for a week's visit in Jacksonville with relatives and friends, —Shop In Jefferson— Mrs. Oruce Stark is visit ing her parents in Orangs. Mrs. W . B . Randolph •pent Thursday in Beckville with Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Tur lington. Misses Geraldine Biggs, Juanita Torrans and Mary Evelyn Martin returned Fri day after a visit of teveral days with Miss Norma Jean Weathers, of Shreveport. Charles Davis, of Marshall, and Mrs. J. L. Ford, of Lin den, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis. Mrs. Gorman Moore, of Ki* dare, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fent over the week end. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Single ton and daughter, Eugenia, are spending ten days with hi* brother, Hal Singleton, Sr., la O'Donnell. Two W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

\h :e MB 1 ■J* The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marlon County Agricultural Association Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. Sept. C, 1940 VOL. 4~N«.20 Mrs. Carrie Bower McDon- ald, wife of John T. McDonald, and daughter of the late M. Bower and Margaret Jane Bow- er, pioneer citizens of Jefferson, died at the Markham-McRee clinic, in Longview, on Tuesday morning, September 3rd, 1940, after an illness of several months. The deceasod was born in Jef- ferson, on July 6th, 1880, and was married to John T. McDon- ald, of Jefferson, on April 26th, 1899. To this union were born tw© daughters, Margaret, now Mrs. Marion Randall Randlett, and Bessie, now Mrs. J. Aubrey Lea. both of whom were with their mother during her last illness. She united with the First Methodist church of Jefferson when a small child and was a staunch worker in the church and missionary society until she became too ill to take any part In any work. At the time of her death, she was a member ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER I 1939 GRAND CHAMPIOIT R. G. (Bob) BHADSHAW PUBLIC1™ Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail ma ter under the act of March 3, 1879. HnbtM-riplion (In the County) $1.00 Per ear Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per \ ear Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputat ^on «f any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns I of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon beiirr; brought to the attention of the publisher. New Negro 4-H Clubs Organized In Marion County Marion county negro boys have organized five 4H clubs in the following com. naunities: Mt. Pleasant, Kel lyviMe, Corinth, Cypress Chapel and Shady Grove, with a total enrollment of 60 boyg, under the supervision of Henry E. Miller, 4H club leader. Two 4H club boys from Kel lyville community attended the 4 day short course at Prairie View State college, from August 6th to 9th. Eugene Franklin, age 15, ■who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER FSA 10 SPREAD LOANS IRE WIDELY Farms bought by Texas ten- ants with Farm Security Ad- ministration loans will be limited in value to as low as $1,300 in some counties this year, instead of running to $4,000 and $5,000 as during the previous three years of operation. H. Ray Taylor, PSA supervi- sor for this county, made known today that the amendment to the Bankhead-Jones Farm Ten- ant Act, passed recently under sponsorship of Congressman Tarver, of Georgia, will force a drastic revision in size of farms Purchased, due te the provision that 'no loan shall be made to purchase a farm of greater val ue than the average farm unit of thirty acres or mort in the county." Under this restriction, 486 farms would have besn barred, out of 992 bought in Texas dur- ing the previous three years of the program. East Texas will be principally affected. Under the new provision, East Texas farms will be limited to $1,300 in some counties, with the most liberal price in any E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

mnw THE MARION COUNTY COURIER K t Cane Bottom Chairs each $1.00 a HOPE 8PBBES This week we are celebrating our Sixth Anniversary in IJefferson. You have made our Success possible and ^we sincerely M THANK YOU! W 100% Sugar Squares lb. 15c These Special Prices Will Be Good For The Whole Week. Saturday we will serve FREE Coffee and Cakes All Day. Bring Your Friends and Come! I X BANANAS * 2 lb. box Fresh Crackers per sack /. SHORTS; $1.19 1 SOAP ■BK*. mm ARMOUR'S Tender Hams Blackbiirns Brook field iEEi Pound 8 to 10 lbs. average lb. gal 19k Dry Salt BACON Calumet Package ' Wheaties per sack Our Top Grade STEAKS Any CUT lb. 29U Cheapest Prices I N JEFFERSON Greens Big bunch 5c ■■HSK.:... & I 0 m t * lb. Can Snow ^ Drift 47c ^ V s<l L-oii # PAYING CASH SAVES 20 per cent t i J* 8 lbs. i Fresh ||f ^ Lard 62 c fjj f I Wl| G€ anl esfl Ka^ witl hi ll| ity wit Hu( est

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

THE MARION COtlNTY COURIER Theatres Miss Rose Deware To Wed Joe Cole Mrs. Charlea Allen Deware announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Rose Mary, to Joe Robert Cole. The wedding will take place in Brenham at St. Peters Episcopal church on Sat- urday morning, September 14th at 10:30 o'clock. To Open Nursery, Kindergarten School Mrs. M. D. Williams will open a nursery and kindergarten school in September, also a school of expression (Public speaking, dramatics, Little The- atre work.) In the nurseiy school, chil- dren between the ages of three and four years will be enrolled. Here, social adjustment and hab it formation are the chief objec- tives. In the kindergarten group which consists of children four, five and six year* old, skills and techniques are acquired through use ot play and art materials, music, dancing, story-telling, dramatization and nature study. Call 248 for enrollment. 'Vaude' Star In Westerns Britt Wood, who playa the popular "'Speedy" ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 6 September 1940

"T* r THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Local News Happenings Items of Interest About Garnered Here and There You and Your Friends by the Man About Town Mrs. Felix Peebles, Jr., haa returned home after a two months visit in Canada with relative*. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hejf gard are spending the week in Austin and San Antonio, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thom- as returned the past week from Athens, after a •• isit to the bedside of Mrs. Thorn as' father, J. L. Pickle, who is 111 in a n Athens hospital. John Burns entertained his friend of long standing, Mrs. Lillife Waldrop, of Mar- shall, with a ehicken dinner at the New Jefferson cafe last Sunday evening. And from observation, we would Bay that John is the perfect host. Mrs. Lula Hough, city secretary, Miss Eva Todd, Leonard Hough and Charles Lewis are spending the week end with relatives in Vicks- burg, Miss. Mrs. J. W. Moody returned home the past week from a visit to her sister til Long view, as well as her par ents, W. P. Brune...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 September 1940

' •> . +<■ r *- i.: • • Tf MARION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY CO jefferson jimplecute, oldest county publication, under new ownership THE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFFERSON," TEXAS R. H. Kirby G-fa Firct Oil Well V/ith this editlont Mr. ft. G. Brad- shaw, publisher of the Marion Coun- ty Courier, assumes ownership of the Jimplecute. Mr. Bradshaw brings the accum' ulated wisdom of many years ex perience in the newspaper business to the Jimplecute, and it is our conviction that under his guidance The Jimplecute will once again fill the place in the lives of Jefferson fciiJ Marion county people which make it is important an adjunct ill the years gone by. Our business and personal as- sociation with Mr. Bradshaw con- vince us that he is capable of giv- ing Jefferson the best newspaper possible. His years of newspaper experience, his personal and jour- nalistic integrity insure a high type of publication. It is with our sincere best wishes that wc relinquish F/blication of the jimplecute ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 September 1940

Friday, September 13, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in post at Jefferson, Texas, as second class mail matter un- der the act of March 3, 1879, Subscription (In the Connty) Subscription (Foreign) $100. Per Yew. $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflecatii-n upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or 'orporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County ' Courier will be gladyly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT PATMAN 'S N •c., . t WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — yTEXASter^ The Senate bill provided for those between the ages of 21 and 30, inclusive, to be registered for mili- tary training and service. T h e House favors a bill that will in- clude those from the age of 21 to 44 .inclusive. The diffference will be ironed out in conference between the two Houses. The Committee on Military Af- fairs of the House worked on the bill for seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 September 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER RESISTVJL , MxmZ, THE ID 0 b r I. 0 ill P o d T 0 B t [ HOT T1 fl C [ W"> "The Bolero" . . . with its smartly taped edge, deep snap brim and beautifully hand blocked crown is just one of a variety of the exclusively fea- tured Self'Conforming Resistol Hats we're showing. In shades to match your Fall suits. *3as. a 1 i SHAPIRO'S- JEFFERSON'S OWN DEPARTMENT STORE Mrs. Mayme Chilress ANNOUNCES That she has assumed active management of the— < CHILDRESS DRY CLEANERS Friends and customers are assued of personal attention to all work and sincere appreciation of your patronage. Please Phone 35 for Service WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER 4 Set off Bombs By Short Wave Radio Devices When the idea of setting off bombs by high-frequency short wave radio was first conceived for use in "Phantom Raiders," seconfj in the Nick Carter series, which comes to the Lyric Theatre aext Saturday NitePrevue and Sunday and Monday for an engagement, with Walter Pidegon and Florence Rice ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 13 September 1940

Friday, September 13, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Jabo Fitzwater's Crew at His Watts No. 1 s) ' % /,//. YA-YYYSrfv/'A2W The Smile That Won't Rub Off The above photo shows the crew "coming out of the hole' at the Jabo Fitzwater-Watts test which he will start coring on today (Friday). Photo by A'vin Culpepper. " No Guesswork - BUY WITH CONFIDENCE AS TO THE QUALITY OF OUR BARGAINS AND SPECIALLY PRICED MERCHANDISE I i mrs. r. h. wood hostess to friends monday night Mr . Robert H. Wood was hostess to some friends Monday night at the Jefferson Country Club honor- ing Mrs. Kathleen Steckel and Mrs. Bessie Minor of Los Angeles, Calif Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Gad Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Me- senheimer Mr. and Mrs. Horace Meisenheimer, Miss Louise Hender- son, Mr. Beaman Bentley, Mr. Cope- land, Mrs. Robert Wood, Mrs. M. Dayharsh and Mrs. Walter Dolen. Left-handedness is said to occur in about nine per cent of human beings. Mr. and Mr.. H. W. Key and Mr. and Mr.. R. E. Key of son, Bill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 20 September 1940

— OMIT TWO MORE DATS LEFT TO VISIT THE MARION COUNTY FAIR. COME, LETS The Marion County Courier *ilE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFFERSON, TEXAS Friday, September 20. 1940. ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Iron Ore Plant Near For E-Tex FIRST METHODIST TO lions club has HAVE AUCTION OCT. ™ « First Methodist church, Jrffer- ^ that will be placed on sale by thesg IliUKjUAY MlLI son, is celebrating its 100th an-' manufacturers, wholesalers, and niversary this year, and will spon-; jobbers, all local business firms will sor a Centennial Harvest Festival, be given the privilege of cooperat- and Auction Thursday night, Oc- j ing in the auction by placing any 3 beginning tober 3, beginning at 7:30 at the Jefferson high school. Manu- facturers, wholsale houses, and jobbers selling through our local merchants will be asked to place their products on sale at the auc- tion, as medium of advertising, and the proceeds of the auction will go to the First Methodist church to be used for benevolences and in- st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 20 September 1940

Friday, September 20, 1940. V THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in post at Jeffeuon, Texas, as second class mail matter un- der ihe act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) $100. Per Yeir Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflecati' n upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County ( ourier will be gladyly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT PATMAN'S WEEKLY NEWS LETTER —■ CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS y. Compulsory Training. . .The Complsory Training Bill hat been accepted by the Conference Committees of the two houses ii) almost the exact form that it was discussed in last week's letter, ex- cept it will only apply to those from 21 to 35 years of age. The Army and Navy officials declared it was useless to make the age limit higher, asverta "Sfvery few would !ted above 35f that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 20 September 1940

i ** J •' i Jefferson Dry Goods Co. Perkins Bros. Former Location "7 he Fascinating MisSimpliciti| Long, clean-cut and lean ... such are the lines MisSimplic- ity* imparts to you. An uptilted bosom . .. concave diaphragm ... etherally slim waistline ... and flattened tummy are.the four rewards of the patented back feature ... and yours for a mere five spot. Model 3633 is of plain batiste and firm knit elastic, with an uplift and decorative motif of g ^ qq lace 'Ref . U.S. Pat. Ol Put. Not. 1*39,198 '*99*90 .jfcGOSSARD THE MARION COUNTY COURIER '' ■ . '■ • Fri Friday Screen Beauty ®y,vfr 20, 1940. Remember the Marion County Fair THE LAST DAYS ARE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY —COMPLIMENTS— ELLIOTT & WALDRON ABSTRACT CO. P. G. HENDERSON, Manager HURRAH FOR THE FAIR —Compliments— JOSEPHINE HADDON Insurance <4. % •••• xfty \ i A new mid unusual photograph of Hedy Lumarr, who in a short lime has leaped to the height* of Hollywood screen stardom. She add* her rare beauty and charm Jo "Doom T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 20 September 1940

Friday, September 20, 1940. THE MARION COUNTY COURIER The friend* and relative* of Mr*. Jame* Sullivan, Sr., thowered her with gift* and card* on her birth- day la t week. Mi** Eugenia Singleton vi*ited her titter, Mrs. Billy Jarrell in Marthall Saturday. We are glad to report that Mrt. G. W. Raint is much better after her recent illneu. Mr. Billy Bob Brookt will leave Monday for A. Sc M. where he, alfo will enter A. & M. at a freth- EXTRA- EXTRA! WAR HAS BEEN DECLARED Mrt. A. S. Harvey wat a busi- ness visitor in Marthall Friday. Mrt. Mattie Meitenheimer, Mr. and Mrt. Freddie Meitenheimer and Jhil Bower tpent Sunday in Nacog- lochet, the guettt of Mr. and Mrt. .dwin Gaston, Sr. and family and At. and Mrt. Arthur M. Bower. PERSONAL Tommie Robertt wat a business visitort here this patt week. The U. S. Department of Health has declared war on disease germs in milk. We have enlisted in this war and are the only dairy in Marion county that has a permit to sell Grade A Raw Milk. You ...

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