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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

Our Boys and Girls AUNT MARY, Editor, Route 5, Box 179-B, Fort Worth, Texaa. Ijk ^ anniversary page MOTHER GOOSE DOT flgflf fa ia the nvaa "Who invafiabl' finely things dull*? tJu, CfolSWZA— _ t '* Travel DEAR FRIENDS: With end of the annual school period, and many happy hours ahead, some thought might be given NOW to use of this vaca- tion time. Too often we just "drift" into summer and "drift" out again. If we are determined to make our vacation time worthwhile, it behooves us to plan what we shall do or where we shall go. Perhaps some boys and girls are planning to visit one or both of the World's Fairs (in New York and San Francisco). If so, may I suggest that they write the Information Bu- reau of each fair for lit- erature concerning the various things to be seen; then study this material so as to be informed be- fore arrival. The fairs are so large that unless you plan ahead your ac- tivities and sight-seeing you are apt to miss many interesting exhibits. Some of you may want...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 5 May 1939

v . I I - ,>.VV IV [R Show that every pound oi THERMO- BOASTED ADMIRATION Coffee is identical —rich in aroma, satisfying in flavor, full- bodied and sparkling in the cup +No cofiee could be fresher *There is a out for every method of making— Dripkut, GMassdrip and SteelcutMxnd a package to suit every pocketbook. C>RI* admira 2)uncanX HAVE YOU TRIED ADMlR/iTiON TEA.' PIPELINES Every mile of railroad track in the United States is matched by four miles of pipe- line carrying enormous flows of crude oil, gasoline, steam, natural gas, water and am- monia. These are controlled like any other big transporta- tion system—with main lines, terminals, branch lines, sta- tions and schedules. The first pipeline was laid In 1862 by a Pennsylvania re- finery operator. At the time, ofl was being hauled in wag- ons, and the line narrowly es- caped destruction by angry freighters who claimed it would take away their jobs. Year after year since then, the pipelines have grown. Their tangled netwo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 12 May 1939

I I § m The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In I Marion County ! ******************** i The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marlon County Agricultural Association i Covers Marion And Parts Of Cass And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. May 12, 1939 VOL. 2— No 52 {SO,000 FEDERAL AND STATE 1 READY FDR IMPOVING AND WIDENING HIGHWAY HO. 50 County Commissioner Mann H. Bender says he has almost completed securing right of way easements along Highway 59 to the Cass county line, which includes mak- • ing the road three feet wider on each side, straightening out the bad curves and cutting down the bad hills in or- der to reduce the large number of accidents on this hiway. The bad curves along this h'ghway have been the cause of many serious accidents as has the narrow road bed, but by making th« roadway six feet wider and low- ering the hills and taking out these bad curves many ac- cidents will be avoided as well the beauty of the highway greatly improv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 12 May 1939

leu* A- 'I Marion County Courier R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW, Publisher Bntered in i«>st office at Jeff ernon, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3. 1879. Subscription $1.0Q Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in Lhe columns of The Marion County Courier will be ifladly corrected upon being brought to the atten- tion of the publisher. RURAL DISTRICT GRADUATION HELD mm 12TH The 7th grades of the Common School Districts will have their graduation exercises in the audi- torium of the Jefferson High School on Friday right, it was announced by E. E. Justice, county superintendent, The following students will graduatrto high school. From the Lassater School: Anna Dean Beard, Sibyl Clark, Jimmie Al- ford, Reginald Thomas, Marvin Nichols. Hall Scaool; Charles Franklin Barnard, WilmaEvelyn Suber, Ernest Raymond Stewart George Allison Totleson and Marioa O'Neal Wharton, Gray Schoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 12 May 1939

THE MARION C©UNTY COURIER Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town B, B. Foster, of Marshall was in the city Tuesday. Miss Evelyn Hoagh. of Shreve- 7>ort, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. L. H. Hou^h. Mis s Francis King w a s a Marshall visitor Monday. Mrs. Jack Lewis, Jr., visited in Marshall Monday, Mrs. Louis King* was a Marsh fell visitor 8aturday. Mis Helen Harkness spent Saturday in Marshall. H. M. Hooper, secretary-man- ajrer of the Senior Junior Cham- ber of Commerce, is a new sub- scriber to the Courier. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Poole, of t,he Poole Lumber Company, Av- mprer, were in the city Wednes- day. Miss Maude Marie Simpson, of AviiiKer, was the guest of Marshall friends Saturday. Mrs, .T. H. Johnson, of Avin- trer, was in Marshall Saturday. Mrs, Ed. Cromer and Mrs, Gervas Smith are new subscrib- ers to thn Courier, and say they can't get along without the home paper. W. J. Bryant and L. C. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 12 May 1939

. * • r TH* MARION COUNTY COUXZKK \ '1 •AMEMCAN LEtacw ^ ©' " A three days' training course for scoutmasters, dads of scouts, and all others who are interested in scouting, will be held in Marshall at the College of Marshall gym- nasium on May 17, 18, 19. It Is hoped that a large num- ber of men in Jefferson will, take advantage of this oppor- tunity to familiarize them- selves with the scout work. Scout Committeemen G. H. l iverman, Dare Simpson, J. E. Townly, C. C. Braden and Edward Taylor, scoutmaster for the troup sponsored by the American Legion, attend- ed a district scout meeting in Marshall Monday night. Nat Heaton, representing the .troup sponsored by the Rotary Club, also attended. —O— Troy Jaynes, local war vet- eran who has been critically ill for seveJal days, is re- ported some better today. -O— Legionnaire D C. Simpson js confined to his bed this week with a hip and back injury. -O - A report today from Na- tional Legion headquarters states that "Old Miss" (Miss- issi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

<1 W / * y* m L A *7 W / J\* 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 < I Harrison Counties iI Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. May 19, 1939 VOL. 3- No 1 east texas be profitable by using east teh is report East Texas iron ore development, long considered an economic- ally impractical dream because no one knew how to utilize thf abundant wealth of natural gas to reduce East Teies ores, ap- peared to be a great Btep nearer fulfillment Tuesday when the iron ore committee of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce adopted its report at the meeting held in Longview city hall. Declaring the Madaras process for reducing East Texas iron ore with natural gas "feasible, practicable and sound from a metallurgical and chemical standpoint," the committee announced that "iron can be made from East Texas ore much cheapei by the Madaras process than b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

r MARION COUNTY COURIB EXTRAORDINARY FOOD VALUES MAY 19--20 Shop at FavielVs today and every day for greater savings on fine quality foods. In addition to the advertised specials you will find Faviell's Shelf prices afford greater bargains than ever before! San Felipe Yellow Cling Halves PEACHES 14, Royal Purple Grape Juice ,qt 29 Green-Tipped and White Asparagas 1 ;b ran 28, Gold Medal Kitchen-Tested FLOUR 12 lb sack 49. Swift's Jewel Shortening 8-lb carton 77. H Snowdrift 3 lbs ma 46-oz ESTERS 100 per cent Pure Bulk COFFEE lb 19c iodized S \LT 1 lb 8-oz pkg 7c No. 5 Can Pure CANE SYRUP 29c ALF FAVIELL'S Mild Sweet Tenderized flft HAMShalf or whole, lb^C 48-lbs WHITE DRIFT /ft J /\ A FLOUR $1.29 BACON OCr TALLCORN lb ROUND OE? STEAK lb *OC BUTTER QQr Country Roll lb BACON oor Sugar Cured lb ~ FRESH YARD H — EGGS dozen l/C Veal Steak qor Supreme Quality lb We Are the Exclusive Agents for International Fertilizers. Come in and see about Free Jumbo Sack Flour to Be Given Away May 27th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

V THE MARION C8UNTT COURIER Kessler v (• MWi: LITTLE MOMENTS IN BIG LIVES t CNpy M. feLY'"HUT OLD <QTAGi&?' GOT Ul9 r®QT JO® AT TUe AGE Or TEN. VQIMG -fe >^i3«eOT ICOO OCT V^.GOM, IN PHJUDELPAIA t THIS CANS ALWAYS A TREAT.... ISNT THAT A RARE ^ STEAK 1 SMELL? RIGHT £ «« get f# # tltC ®:©:O:(B:O;O:O ©®@®® YOD ARE INVITED PI®;©;©:© To Share In Our Anniversary Party. Please ask for Particulars at Store New POTATOES 10 lbs 19c CABBAGE 2 lbs 5c ONIONS 3 lbs. 10c Ice Box Sets FREE! with Admiration Coffee 2 lbs 79c TOMATOES 4 No. 2 cans 29c SALT 3 pkgs. 10c LIPTON'S TEA 1-4 lb pkg Glass 00* Free £OC Ice Cream 12 Flavors 10c pint White House RICE 2 lb pkg. 17c PURE LARD 25 lb can $2.35 Armour's MILK 8 cans 25c PARD Dog Food 3 cans 27c CleanI Quiet! Dependable! EconomicalI S, UMMER heat will soon spoil your perishable foods unless they are properly protected. Keep your foods in an electric refrigerator. Electric refrigerators are clean, quiet, dependable and economical. An electric...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

n Li MARION COUNTY COURIER Specials Friday & Saturday, May 19-20 We have prepared some of the biggest BARGAINS in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Meats and Produce brought to Jefferson in many days, and extend to each of you a speci- al invitation to drop in, see our new store and take advantage of our get acquainted values RED An. SALMON ZoC 8 lbs Swift's Jewel ■! #■ LARD 75C 6 Pet or Carnation Atfl MILK 2ZC 1 lb Can Admiration gk 1F COFFEE Z5C 10 POUNDS M ft SUGAR 49C Yukon's Best 48 FLOUR r lbs $1.39 lbs 74c lbs 44c lbs 24c boo Tomatoes 4 cans for ooo Heinz | Tomato Juice 1 2 for | PRODUCE APPUS do/en mc LtWONS dozen ir c ORAPtf RUT 4 lor ir>c NEH Pt)T\T0tS 10 lbs l*-5c CtRROTS bunch -^c Bit TS bunch -ic URGE tGG PLANT cach Oc CORN cach JSC ONIONS lb ♦ 5c Bldck-E>ed PUS 1!) Tic BARGAINS IN 01R MARKET BUTTER IVaw Milk Oleo, Valley Brook, lb 25c qt lOc 2 lbs 23c Dry Salt Jowls Welners lb 9c 2 lbs :.5«c Neck Hones Bologna BACON Smoked PORK CHOPS Vegetable Salad DRY SALT ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

MM ; THE MARION COUNTY COURIER w Marion Couity Courier R. G. (Bob) BRAD8HAW. Publisher Entered in post office at Jeff erson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1079. Subscription fl.OQ Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon tk« character, standing or reputa- tion 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 atten- tion of the publisher. llTUNMi BANQUET IS UNDUE Tradition was once again fal- lilled on last Thursday evening when the junior class of the Jefferson High School entertain- ed the senior class, the faculty and inyited guests, with the an- nual junior-senior banquet, at the high school at 8 o'clock. The banquet hall was very lovely and colorful, the motif be- ing "An Hawiian Olarden." Vari hued leis were at each place for the guests, who numbered about 150. Balloons of every color, flow- ers and fruits in profusion made the tropics seem very near. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 19 May 1939

MARION COUNTY , WRIGHT PATMAN'S T WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS— rear of War Many letters are received about the war situation, practically all of them'againt this country becoming involv- ed in a foreign war. For the information of anyone who does toot already know my position on this question 1 will state emphatically that 1 am not going to vote ta send our soldiers overseas to gage in a war. Cotton Certificates My Bill, H. R. 193, providing for the payment of the 1935-36 Bankhead cotton certificates, ia receiving more support all the time. Congress is reluctant to consider a ■natter of this kind until the farmers themselves are in- nistent that it should be considered. A few county farm urganizatione have endorsed the Bill and so has one state organization. I believe if all farmer organizations in the South would endorse this Bill that we would have an ex (cellent chance of getting it passed in the very near future. Other claims growing out of the adjustment program ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

/ MMMMMMlI / f i> U/ A i .m ;; The Only Home ;; ; > Owned Paper In ;; !Marion County !! The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association Covers Marion, Parts Of pass Harrison Counties I. i And < L: Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. May 26, 1939 L. 3— No 2 FITZWATEH-TERBY NO. I WILL IKE TEST; FINE SHOW 2,350 The Fitzwqter-Terry No. 1, the well that had such a good show of oil in the Nacatosh sand, but not enough to make a paying well, has drilled into one of the best oil showings in some time around 2,350 feet, and J. M. Home announces they will set casing and test before going on down to the Woodbine sand. Mr. Home says the sand encountered at this depth not only carried a fine oil show but also quite a lot of gas. Those who saw the core were highly pleased with the porosity as well as the extremely light oil found in«it. A. J. Vestal, owner of the Vestal-Carrie Moseley No. 1, returned Wednesday from Arkansas, Louisiana ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER 1 I Marion County Courier R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW, Publisher Entered in post office at JetT arson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1871). Subscription $1.0Q Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon th« character, stanilinK or reputa- tion of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in tbe columns of The Marion County Courier will be jrlailly corrected upon being brought to the atten- tion of the publisher. TEXAS WILDLIFE fConitiniifvl from oaKe 1 ) through Mr. C. II Kudasill, Su- pervisor of Game Distribution ot Game, Fish and Oyster Commis- sion, Austin, Texas As you perhaps know, our Regional of- fice hem at Mt. Pleasant is work- ing up deer and turkey restora- tion projects. In these projects the deer and turkey will come through me. However, outside of doing wildlife research I am concerned only witli major res toration projects— a project which will involve considerable sums of money through the Fed- eral Government and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER W€) I Jr. ent „ vU| "Ambucan Lesion l.———• /The local Legion post de- NEGRO DISTRICT AGENT Negro District Agent, H. S, livered the American Legion Estelle, extension s e r v ice of D tin 2 Mi r\ \T i Atar C! n ^ M rv I I a i*n •!(*«_ school award to the colored school Tuesday. T h o s e re- ceiving the awards were Mary Marie Rand and Theo- doris Cooksie. J. R. Cornnlius made the m- wards with an impressive ceremony. Other speakers w e r e C. C. Braden, J. E. Townlpy and J. N. Moseley. The purpose of these school awards is to build in boys and girls the qualities of Honor, Courage, Scholarship Leadership and Service, thus cultivating in thfeir minds, at the impressionable age, the qualities of good citizenship. Read the Courier's lc sale elsewhere in this issue—it will give you the county paper at less than 1 cent a week. Prairie View State College, visi- ted Marion county and expressed that he is well pleased with the progress of the local extension program...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

Mi mmmh If ') I MA1UON COUNTT COU1UXK . ,v -.1 . S." <=fb LesrliuTj [Tcsrqcf "In Flanders Field" "In Flanders Field the Poppies grow Between the crosses, row on row That mark onr place, and in the sky The larks still bravely singing, fly, Scarce heard amid the guns below, We are dead, short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flander's Field. Take up our quarrel with the foe, To you with failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high, If ye break faith with us who die, We shall not sleep, though Poppies grow. In Flanders Field Saturday MAT 27 YOU WILL ENJOY Having a part in HELPING the CRIPPLED SOLDIERS If ho are now in Veteians Hospitals throughout OUR COUNTRY THEY GAVE Unselfishly OF THEMSELVES - - The LEAST WE CAN DO NOW IS HELP GIYE THEM TBI TS1N6S TSET NEED! H KENNEDY LUMBER Co. Al! Ki1 (U of Bu'Idin'l Mativhl PERKINS BROS. McBride's Ice ami Cii.aii.Liy The Best Ifo.ae-Made lei* Cre;uu in town. Phone 121 Red Ball...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

I "* I THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Green and son, Reginald, Jr., of Dallas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Allen Urquhart. Mrs. Alf fraviell spent Tuesday , an(] Mrs. Joe Josepn and with Iriends in Marshall. {children were in Shreveport Saturday. H. M. Ezzell, of McKenzie, Tenn., has our thanks for his re- newal to the Courier. Mrs. Ezzell says they enjoy keeping up with Marion county. 1 Tern W. Henry spent the week end with his family in Texar- kana, Roy Beggs was in Pit sburg Wednesday. Jim Sullivan was a Shreveport visitor Saturday. Mayor and Mrs. Robert H Wood and son Harmon, spent; Saturday in Shreveport. W. C. Wicker and Mr. Jones, principal of tt e Mim's Chapel school, were in the city Monday. Paul Harkey, of Idabell, Okla, was the gueot of M.. and Mrs, A. W. Henderson this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starting had as their week end guests, his mothe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 26 May 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER ri FOR SALE—Registered Duroc male hogs. Can be seen at the East Texas Livestock Cornmis sion Company barn or see J. B Whelan, or phone 21)3. tf. —Buy It In Jefferson— PHILCO RADIOS C. S. McCasland Representative Haggard FurnitureCo. Phone No. ii38 Ladies' Handkerchiefs, each 1c Men's Handkerchiefs, each 2c Ladies' Step-ins, pair Wash Dresses small lot, 49c val. 25c One lot-Men's fine qual- ity Khaki Pants— 77c A 98c value Shirts to Match 73c 1 Lot Ladies' Dress Hats, I Regular 98c value " 1 Lot Ladies' Dress Hats, ,g7c $1.98 value Boys' Overalls, Extra Value, Blue and OQ/* Stripes, 49c value Men's Sox Pair, regular 10c val 5c Ladies' Marlita Dresses, Fine for street wear vfv Ladies' Slips of good Made style Broad- cloth, sizes 36-52 Ladies House Shoes, reg- ular 49c value 29c only One lot of Ladies' $1.98 Shoes, extra 98c special Freidman-Shelby guar- anteed solid $1.97 leather shoes 1 lot Men's Black Wing- Tipped Oxfords only We Feature Big Elk Work Shirts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 2 June 1939

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 Cats And Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. June 2 , 1939 VOL. 3— Ne 2 I ORE MEET IS WELL ATTENDED; NEARLY 19,000 SUBSCRIBED TOWARD PROJECT A large interested crowd of both local and out-of-town people met at the courthouse Tuesday night to hear Julius D. Madaras and others tell of the possibilities of an iron ore reducing plant for this city. Stating that "East Texas is the most ideal spot on earth, with ample iron ore on the surface, gas, and the asserance of a mar- ket," Mr. Madaras, representative of the Surface Combustion Co. of Toledo, Ohio, made an interesting talk to a group of local citi- zens and out-of-town visitors. He explained the Madaras reduc- tion process as applicable to the deposits of this area. Detailing in layman's language the reduction process through the use of natural ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 2 June 1939

, J I MARION' COUNTY COURIB THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Jl. Ci (BRADSHAW PUBLISHER H«tere<j in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. (In the County) Mufcsri i| tion (Fovriqn) SI.00 Per Vear SI.50 Per Vear Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation ef any person or firm or corporation which may appear In the columns •f The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. 1 Enjoy a cold Bottle of BEER for 10 c I . AT THE .... Riverside inn At The Tourist Camp Just Across The River Where Young People May enjoy a Cool Place to Dunce and Be assured there \V 1LL BE NOTHING To MAR Their Pleasure N9 PROFANITY - - NO WHISKEY Allowed On The Premises THE BEST SANDWICHES IN TOWN And the CLEANEST and QUIETEST Up-To Date Place in Town For Those Who Like THE BEST at Reasonable Prices THE RIVERSIDE INN E Idie Mae Pyle, Mgr. Jefferson, Texas MI TO BE LET FOR MM ADD WIDE...

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