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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 September 1940

t The Marion Qounty Courier PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY THE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFF£R$Off, TEXAS WPA Approves Paving C >f Jefferson City Marion County Farmers Receive Parity Checks For Over $7,000 Richard R. Morrison, in charge^ of the AAA office here, announces that his office has just received 200 checks amounting to $7,424 in payment for the 1940 agricul- tural conservation program for Ma- rion county. This is the earliest the checks for this program have ever been received since this office has been opened, and Mr. Morrison states that there are several thousands of dollars still to be sent to our farm- ers before full payment has been made to all. Farmers who are receiving this early'payment have already earned their maximum payments for 1940, Morrison announced and have com- pleted their part of the program set out. Those having checks at the AAA office are being mailed at once so as to avoid confusion, and those who receive their cards are urged to come in and secure them a...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 September 1940

Friday, September 27, 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) $100. Per Year. Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflccati'n upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County ( ouner will be gladyly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT PAT MAN'S ^ UKl/WUAULUnl WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — _ Military Service Schedule. The following is an approximate time-table> still subject to chang of the machinery to put the Se lective Service Act into operation From now until October -6th nominations by Governors and ap pointment by President Roosevelt of State Draft boards; also print ing registration cards and setting up registration machinery. October 16, regi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 September 1940

Frank Cornelius, night agent for the Texas and Pacific Railway is a patient in Marshall where he is suffering from a throat ailment. Fish Dinner* Cabins in the Pines—Picnicing Boating. Fishing, Hunting Watch For The Sign THOMPSON'S CAMP 7 Miles from Jefferson, 2 Miles off Highway 49 SHABBY FLOORS Made Beautiful Take off old, grimy varnish . . . and get down to the fresh, clean grain of naturally hand- some wood. Rent our Hilco Sanding Machine—a n d do it yourself! No experience nec- cesary. Easy . Fast - Dustiest Quiet - No Muss Low Cost and there's a new floor I PAINT STORE 207 N. BOLIVAR ST. Marshall, Texas 40,000 TRENCH SILOS1 Irish Wolfhounds FOR 1940 ToBeSeen COLLEGE STATION—It seems like he might be stretching it a little, but E. R. Eudaly, dairy man with the Texas A. and M. Exten- sion Service, looks for 40,000 trench silos in Texas by the end of 1940. At that he has a pretty good basis for his estimate. In 1931, there were 18 trench silos in the state. By 1933 there were 435...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 27 September 1940

Friday September 27, 1940. THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Mrs. Louis Howard spent the week-end in Greenville with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cooner and children Jimmie and Hoyt of Wood- lawn. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spradley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Markos of Colorado, Texas, are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R Markos. Mr Markos is manager of the Western Union at Colorado. Mrs. W. B. Dunn left Sunday for Benton. Ark., to spend two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Biggs and Miss Myrtle Smith spent Tuesday in Gladewater. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Henkhaus of the Haggard Funeral Home, have as their guests this week, their mothers, Mrs. O. C. Henkhaus of Shiner, Texas, and their sster, Mrs. 0. W. Davis of Rusk, Texas. SPECIAL We are offering for a limited time specials on our Popu- lar Priced Permanents. $3.50 WAVES for $2.50 $2.50 WAVES for $2.00 These waves are given by experienced operators, of first class materials. Call 355 for appointment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 October 1940

4 *>0 / The Marion County Courier PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY THE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFFERSON, TEXAS Friday, October 4, 1940. NO. 24. VOL. 4. FARM BOYS IN FORESTRY CONTEST LUFKIN. Texas, October 2— Future Farmers of American Chap- ters and 4-H Clubs in East Texas are joinng in competitive forestry exhibit contest at the Texas For- est Festival to be held here next week, October 7-11. The contest which, according to M. D. Aber- nathy, forest festival manager, is attracting wide interest ,will be featured through exhibits interpret- in gthe theme of "Growing Tim- ber as a Profitable Farm Crop.' Thirty-one clubs and chapters representing seventeen East Texas counties, have already signed up for exhibit space, P. W. Schoen Texas Forest Service offcial who is acting as chairman of the con- test, said. He expressed the opin- ion that the exhibits would cover a wide range of material since contestants may elect show either a complete farm forestry program or some particular phase of for...

Publication Title: Marion County Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 October 1940

Friday, October 4, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in pott at Jeffeiron, Texas, at second class mail matter un- der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) $100. Per Year. Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflecati'-n upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or '.orporation 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 WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — --T E K A S,J ' Vocational Schools. There are 300 vocational schools in the country at this time, which are training men to be skilled in the work that is necessary to carry on our National Defense Program. It is expected that the num- berwill be greatly increased. Those certified for WPA work are eligible to go to these schools and receive the regular WPA wage scale for that locality if they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 October 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER "What a Life" Team Back in "Seventeen" Direct from their smash success as the high school sweethearts of the recent "What a Life", Jackie Cooper and Betty Field team to- gether again in "Seventeen," Booth Tarkington's classic story of youth- ful love, which is scheduled for its first local showing next Saturday Oct. 5 at the Strand Theatre. '"Seventeen" presents Cooper as Wllie Baxter, the obsterperous Ro- ineo in a fliver, and the vivacious Miss Fields as Lola Pratt, the sweet Chicago charmer who breaks a date "BOOK BINDING MATERIAL" Old books made like new. We would appreciate the work prices 50c and up. '.dtalflM See Mrs. Berry Steelman or Mrs. G. P. Crossland at High School Library, Jefferson, Texas REGISTERED BULL PUPS Price $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 Address—2208 EAST BOWIE Marshall, Texas DR. JULES C. RUIZ Optometrist Eyes Examined Glasses Made on Premises I03J/2 Austin St., Upstairs Marshall, Texas Huge Tarantula Crashes Scene The tarantula film fans w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 4 October 1940

Friday, October 4, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER / Mr*. H. S. Martin left Sunday for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will be with her sister, Mrs. Opal Allen < who is' ill She will be there indefinitely Mrs. W. J. Holloway of Okla- homa City, returned to her home Monday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Arnold and Mrs. J. L. Moseley. Garth Bentley spent the week- end in Martinsville with his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Williamson spent the Sunday in Pittsburg vis- itng Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clifton. Mrs. C. W. Carlson left Saturday for Longview where she will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Don L. Pierson. PERSONAL Helena Joseph of C.O.M. spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joseph. Jack Fleishman spent the week- en din Arp, with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joseph left Tuesday for Dallas to visit markel showing for winter. Miss Mary Jane Loomis who if attending the College of Marshall, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Loomis....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 October 1940

-ir> {*{88 :< % f/ L/ U The Marion County Courier published every friday 4-H CLUB BOYS DO WELL AT AUCTION The 4-H Club boys who were in the campaign for the oest turn-out of 3 acres certainly were elated over the way their second annual auction went off Thursday. Thirty-five bales of cotton were auctioned off and each bale 'brought above market price to the 4-H Club members. Those attending the auction were entertained with some fjine (music' by the Jefferson high school band under the direction of Marshall Nichols and our band members in full uniform added muchUo the ocassion Interesting talks were made by M. C. Jaynes, cotton specialist of the Extension Service of A. & M. College. Roy ISaunders of Greenville, with federal breeding farms alsb talked on the value of a one variety of cotton to a community. Cameron McElroy of MarshalV, Compress Co., also complimented the youthful 4-iH, Club boys for the splen- d|id work as well as the showing they made. County Agent C. R. H,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 October 1940

Friday, October 11, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter un- der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) $100. Per Year, Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year. WRIGHT PAT MAN'S*1 -••• *W&AJu*urfoit WEEKLY NEWS LETTER —1 CONGRESSMAN — The official title of the so-called Draft Act is the "Selective Train- ing and Service Act of 1940." The Act provides that the governor of each state shall have charge of its administration; that the office by means of which he performs his selective service functions shall be called "State Headquarters for Se- lective Service." All selective service records and no othe rrecords shall be maintained in this office. The Federal Government will pay all necssary expenses of the operation of state headquarters, including the hire of clerical personnel. The person designated by the governor to have charge of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 October 1940

THE MARION Friday, October II, 10 lbs. SUGAR 29c WITH EACH $3.00 PURCHASE FRIDAY And SATURDAY ONLY IJ We are shooting for a new high for Friday and Satur- day. As a special inducement we are offering you this special for the two days. fj We told you when we opened that we would soon give you a store that you would be proud to call your trading place. We could only do do this with your cooperation. You have given us that, and our business has grown by leaps and bounds in the five months we have been open. We know now that you are loyal to home town mer- chants. It is our aim to give you the best trading place in East Texas. IJ Trade with the fastest growing firm in Jefferson. There must be a reason. BASS DRY GOODS CO. LEADER BUILDING Jefferson, Texas Has Birthday ::: . OUR i.. avid hl/ii/)he& I "chool bells are ringing for American boys and girls. In many other lands today youngsters aren't so lucky. Sirens are screaming in their ears, sending them scurrying into under- ground sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 11 October 1940

BRAD. offio Ficia! tit ice Acl m V c Yo in wi i wl eat th< ■ ta\ lav th« Bt 'El on funt |>unt >unt on Brit on >unt |ount ount le on ] Cour le <ni i' "lit •J « 13 ant te on >use 4 ce on lount jount ••nnt {jlL liount lount ant n ad ,eh. 1 te on lount lount lount :e on |g Be Ce on kount koiirif. te on Friday, October II, 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER MRS. ARCH MiKAY | HOSTESS TO GARDEH CLUB In the club room of the Libra- ry Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Arch McKay was hostess to the Jesse Allen Wise Garden Club. Decorations were vases and bas- kets of tbsmos marigolds and Ageratum. The decorations were very beautiful. Each member answered the roll call by giving an account of her activities during vacation time. Mrs. Gad Jenkins accompanied by Miss Mabelle Hale at the piano sang "Little Pink Rose", and "An Old Fashioned Garden". The guests were entertained with a "Flower Garden Contest". Mrs. Flbert Wise won the prize. The Club was very glad to have new members: Mrs. Hoba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 October 1940

/ The Marion County Courier PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY # THE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFFERSON, TEXAS Friday, October 18, 1940. rr~ VOL - baptist circles The Lottie Moon Circle met with Mrs. A. M. Brantley, Monday Oct. 14th. Meeting opening with prayer by Mrs. Carl Webster. The regular business conducted by chairman Mrs. 1. R. Adams. Mrs S. W. Moseley led in prayer after which Mrs H. A. Spellings lead a very interesting Bible study. Circle dismissed to meet next Mon- day at the church. Those present were: Mmes. I. R. Adams, M. L. Brantley, E. Den- ton, T. Duncan, B. B. Hollon,E. J. Henkhaus, Jim Russell, H. A. Spell- ings, Carl Webster, C. C. Wallace, Jim Youngblood, J. T. King, S. W. Moseley, and John Markos. The Annie Bagby Circle met with Mrs. Albert Cox Monday Oct. 14th. Miss Mable Moseley the chair- man, called the meeting to order and opened with the group singing "To the Work." After a short business session Mrs. Oscar Davis conducted a dis- cussion of the Bible study. After refre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 October 1940

f Friday, October 10, 1940. MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as seer nd class mail matter un der the act of March 3, 1879. Sabccription (In the County) Subscription (Foreign) $100. Per Year. $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflecati< n upon the character, standing or reputatioQ 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 ..••'..■'i.';?* WEEKLY NEWS r—W\V' — CONGRESSMAN No Adjournmnt of Congress. Last Thursday, October 10, 1940, when the roll call of the House failed to disclose a quorum, it was recalled that a smiliar 'situation oc- cured in thejlate summer of 1914. At that time, speaker of the House, Oscar W. Underwood put through a Resolution instructing the Ser- gean't-aNArms to withhold the salaries of members of Congress, who couldlnot pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 October 1940

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER BEST PROGRAM EVER OFFERED SAYS FAIR OFFICIALS SHREVEPORT, La.-"An amusement program second to none" is th reply made by the management of the Louisiana State Fair, to be held October 19-28, inclusive, in response to a query put to them regarding th Expo- sition's proegram for 1940. Judging from th brief resume of events to be presented, the above announcement is expressing the sit- uation mildly. Aside from the splendid schedule of five events to be presented, the above announcement is expressing the situation mildly. Aside from the splendid schedule of five outstanding football games, the thrilling auto races on each Sunday, the daring thrill show by Jimmie Lunch's /Death Dodgers Tuesday, Wednesda yand Thurs- day and spin-tingling motorcyclee race ons Monday, the basketball tournament Friday, the Exposition's amusement program is cluttered with many headline shows and events that is would be impossible to enumerate the many pleasing features of eac hindivi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 October 1940

R. Er Si Si of of br N< fa) cu Oi g' CO be mi Tl H< 19 $1 00 ye N< A< lm de co en w in P' oi nc fa la b. w di ih ti u al ci C o .1 n C 8 s « E 8 e t c • f 'v-tcUv October I ft. 1940 THE MARION COUNTY COURIER B ' ' 'A M M id Mr . S i J Shapiro and children returned Monday af ter several days visit in Houston with relatives W '* Mi>s Ruth Martin spent Satur- day in Atlanta as the ku<v.s of John Caver and Mi*s Esnie Jolin- bon. Miss Peggy Helms of Malvern, Ark, returned to her home Tues- day spending a week with Mrs. Lucille Lofton. Mrs. Floyd Hall and Inez Ad- cock are spending the week in JacksonJackson, Miss.t with rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jaynes spent Sunday in Shreveport as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Jayncs. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Fiillingsley spent the week-end in Dallas where they attended the Texas-Oklaho- ma football game Frank Chamberlain of Atlanta, visited W. R. Gibson Sunday night. J. C. Brooke and son Bennett, spent Sunday in Dallas. Joe E. Dens of N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 October 1940

l'he Marion County Uourier ISHED EVERY FRIDAY THE MARION COUNTY COURIER, JEFFERSON, TEXAS Friday, October 25. 1940. VOL 4, NO. FOOTBALL tOADCASTS TO BE IE BY HUMBLE dio follower} of Southwest erence football may listen to broadcasts sponsored by the ble Oil & Refining Company Saturday. Two of the broad- feature important games in Southwest Conference race, le the third takes Texas listen- to Tulsa University's Golden icane. All three of the broad- begin at 2:20 p. m. e Texas Aggies meet the Bears *ylor University in Waco. The ble Company will broadcast game over , stations: WACO, co; KXYZ, Houston. KRIS. ius Christi; KGKO, Fort Worth; A, San Antonio; KGRV, Wes- o; and KFDM, Beaumont. Hal lompson will be the play-by-play ouncer and Tee Casper will han- color Rice and Texas renew their an- ent rivalry in Houston. Kern $ps will be the play-by-play an- jncer on the Humble Company's roadcast of this game with Dave Dung handling the color. It can heard over stations: KPRC uston WFAA-W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 October 1940

JUUK1LH THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW . EDITOR And PUBLISHER. Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter un- der the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the Connty) $100. Per Year. Subscription (Foreign) $1.50 Per Year. Any erroneous reflecati< n upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or orporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County ( ouiier will be gladyly corrected upon being -to the attention of the publisher. BEREA NEWS Mary Alice and Roby Love Benedict spent the week-end at their home in Shreveport. La. and attended the Louisiana State Fair. WRIGHT PATMAN"rsMWWW, I1 WEEKLY MEWS LETTER W\\v — CONGRESSMAN — TEHAS ~-\\\ The President of the United States aptly said of the relationship existing between the Latin American countries and our own that we stand /in the position of "all for one and one for all." The convention between the twenty Latin American countries and the United States wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 October 1940

/ Enjoyable Party To Young Friend® Little Miss Geoigia Marlyn Wood, _ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood night at the new stadium in Lin- Kellyville, invited twenty little ^ den and placed themselves in line friends to join her at a party ( for district championship. A rec- *1 the roadside park Saturday af- ord crowd composed of fans from ternoon from 3 to 5, the ocassion both Jefferson and Linden, witness- being her tenth j birthday anni- ed the game. The little folks enjoyed I The Linden eleven, having pract- variom games and were served, ically the same team they had last "frtthments of lemonade and sand- year, when they tied the cham- wiche*. angel food cake and ice pion Bulldogs, were more than a Two, | match for the Jefferson team as Those present were: Juanita this year Jefferson has only three Steeiman, Joline Smith, Patsy Ste- experienced players. **rt, Barbara Wood, Doyle Deu-J The Tigers out-weighed the Bull- tah,Terry Deutsch, Mary Jo Riggs, 'dogs and they played fast off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 October 1940

oOUHlEh THE I t; are ex Our rela rratinn tl a progri Ithat part Imful to < Lion of th |in Ameri< [imodities e, they n> In add ned, the iraportai |ective T Texas It year; ITexas v apparel in the The It |n each All se fs of ag The t bty and [ The ( state! larmed liber b: Doub Ivisioi^ llic sch 1 the a Ico. T ^rd of The I which |islature taxes tss for |>ngressi The Novel transt thet 1 enators The he und If a ne> lan adj> the con tress wi anc con nta a OA Bt, hr. END OF MONTH «r A Price SMASHING DRIVE FOR A RECORD October! More than 20 °° discount on all KAYSER HOSIERY Here'* the first chance you've ever had to buy Kayser hosiery at a dis- count of nsore than 20' i , Prices are so low you can stock up for the months to come. .Come early to get the "Feature-Fit" style made for your special needs — come early for the sale only lasts a week. 3-Iength hose--3 thread $1.00 now 79c Nimble-Nees—3 thread $1.15 now 89c LEATHER GLOVES t Big Bear High and Low Gauntlet Leather Glo...

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