Anson Jones County Observer (Newspaper) - August 6, 1943, Anson, Texas But Read 4 So Much What Tou Think About Our Paper As What Paper Makes Tou Think Otis of our Ollie f Berry of the Stith came by this we ek to suggest that Anson place a i memorial of some sort all the of Jones boys various of the service in the i Courthouse We think is an excellent that possibly our I Commissioners Court might at its next * * * Some may say that we should wait until tile Is Sover before erecting such a i memorial Why wait Why not fix it so names can be Why not do this now so the boys may know by this small token at least just how much Ave do appreciate the sacrifice they are we erect such a memorial tablet there be many of our JONES AUGUST 6, 1943 48 Drive Planned for Jones will never know we did small They will lose their lives before we erect such a tablet if until the war is have you ever stopped to what a sacrifice these boys are king for you and for from risking their on tha altar of have stopped their life plans for the duration of the While Services Held Sunday for Kelley W. were held at the Anson Church of Christ on August 1, at 4 p. m. for Kelly W. Coker of Minister James D. of New conducted the assisted by Minister Logan Buchanan of Pallbearers were Conrad Adolph Burt P. C. Andrew McKeiver and Coker died of a heart on because of a wasp sting he got on the back of his neck at tha Clear Fork river Friday July 31, about 3:30 p. m. The party had not reached the He died before the other men could get him to a The party included for enter the service just the time they ready to out on life's let not make the mistake of drawing a blue l a red line between the boys volunteered and the boys I who drafted or into service for this war as we did in World War 1. any difference in the kind or quality or of loyalty and patriotism of the boy who waits to I be inducted into service and the boy volunteers a day pv two before he knows t he is going to be I In we really the I hoy who beats draft by volunteering a day two before he is drafted Slacks a little of the loyalty and ism of the boy may be staying with his parents to the very last day in order to Mp them as long as he * * lit has always seemed to Jus that a draft is the most democratic iway on to take men m service in or a draft Government could at all men a volunteer I Where various branches of lithe service are competing for favoritism is often certain groups I under a universal IJfF get l jobs in s. plants would be the same level of pay the the who gets a a plant - in - Curtis Tom Howe and Norman was born at Anson on January 29, 1903. He was married on October 27, 1923. A baby preceded Iiim ' in death on November 30, 1938. Survivors include his wife and Winnie Clara Nell and Nina all of a. and three Miss Arthur Nina all of and a Mrs. Eva of of out-of-town relatives and friends attended the funeral from nearby Those attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. G. Ci Stuart and family of Mr. and Mrs. Crumpler and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatch and and M. M. all of and Mrs. E. H. Cordell of Merkal Mr. and Mrs. C. ' W. Kelly and Dwayne of and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taylor of Wichita Folks In Galveston and Mrs. diaries West Texans to dry weather infrequent storms i were in the big middle of the that hit the Gulf Coast 27 and 28. Graves was at Galveston while Mr. Graves was at Camp Wallace nearby where he is in military storm cut him off from Galveston and his return home for the Mrs. Graves found a note tied to her door the second morning of the storm which girls whose husbands are at Camp Your are 0. K. The army tried to call you last but are Graves said she didnt know when the note was tied to her but Knew every wife of a soldier at Camp Wallace appreciated Continued on page 4 Anson Lions Club Hears About Scrap Alfred W. M. P. Camp will be in charge of the scrap drive to start next spoke to the Anson Lions Club Wednesday noun Kpw to all the scrap county on this Main Strang was to get the public thoroughly informed as to the of the He asked that Lion member act as a committee of -one to spread the news of the new scrap Anson will be headquarters for the drive and the men and trucks will work out of Anson from Pioneer Haii where they will be quartered for the duration of the government needs 50 million tons of scrap metal this said Continued on page 4 Leigion For Post-War AND HOGS ARE DYING FROM THE INTENSE Reports have come to the Dbserver of several fanners and hogs the intense heat of the several E. T. four fattening hogs and one The 7. Cochran reports some of the members of his churches in the country losing of grown chickens from tht intense has been suggested that wherever possible plenty of shade should be and Siuch shaded places should be kept down at all hours of the A wetting down late at night keep ' until ' should ba allowed the run of sheds in to advantage of the shade afforded and the shaded underneath ' the kind that of the Anson Jones Post No. 72 of the American Legion in night passed a resolution favoring immediate steps toward post war planning for a lasting peace of The resolution will be presented for adoption at the State i convention In Fort Worth in and it adopted there will be presented the National Convention for L. Stell reported on the Fifth Division convention at he and which was reported in last week's Mr. Miller and Frank - delegates to the 17th Convention at made a report on that Action was taken at the n convention favoring post war planning for taking care of returning L. Stell was a delegate to the National convention year to convention with Livestock Diseases In Jones Frank Veterinarian of the Fiderai of Animal Industry made spot checks through Jones County last week and found no serious trouble from any of major livestock to James M. County who was Svi th Dr. Porter on the inspection Chronic in tlis county are and Dr. Porter that they are probably caused by improper care arid A high infestation or screw flies found and owners of livestock are urged to keep close for them and to all possible losses in the interest of the national food IS Methodist revival meeting to begin at Tuxedo August 8, has been indefinitely according to the J. M. action taken on account of the of infantile paralysis in the Tuxedo J. Hi Barrett Buried services for Mrs. J. H. who died Sunday were held Monday at 5 o'clock p. m. at the First Baptist church with the Rev. J. P. McBeth conducting the Barrett born Alice June 13, 1870 at She came to Texas in 1890 where she was married to John Barrett at December 8, 1891. They moved to Anson in 1907. She has been member of the Baptist church for the past 50 is survived oy her two Guy of Lorenzo and of two Lu Jeter and Lelia Jeter of ont L. B. Jeter of Temple and two Active pallbearers were J. on Page 4) Senator B. here I am back home This Congressional recess is just what the country It is giving me a chance to meet the home folks and see what they are thinking and what they are interested in I have been agreeably surprised to find that the people don't give one hoot about how the Wallace - Jones feud comes What they are really interested in is how this war comes You most of them have sons and in the thing I find is that the folks don't care much who is or Congressman so long as whoever is running things will get the job I know several Senators and Congressmen whom I hope find this out during the Maybe it will change their way of thinking and One of my constituents asked me the other day was bora in a log cabin like all the other When I told him that I was not bom in a log cabin he I'm glad you for a guy that's born in a log cabin in this day and age comes from stock that's too slow to catch up with the present socalled is nof as solid as it used to that not in the Time was when a Southerner would back a to the no matter what he stood for or where the path That day is past and gone Voters are looking at a man's qualifications now and listening less to his campaign of my colleagues in Congress said lie wasn't going to vote for any that would get us into entangling alliances with foreign still believe Washington was he on page 4 Meeting Friday for Cheese Plant W. E. Larmer of Ft. Georgia is here this week visiting her Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Her Lt. will join her here next Soldier With Fifth American Africa Wade M. who is serving with the unit of the Fifth Army in North has been to is the son of and Mrs. W. A. Sergeant Ewing is a telegraph operator for his signal Before entering the service in 19-41, Ewing was a motion picture Baptists to Have annual revival at the Riverside Baptist Church at Union will start Friday August 6, and will continue for ten ending Sunday August 15. J. B. will be assisted by Rev. Alexander of the Baptist Church of Lord's Supper will be observed Sunday August 8. All members are urged to be Are than 25 percent of the engines built at the plant have consistently failed in one or more major parts during a. three hour test Engines and sold to the government leaking Unsafe discovered in completed engines ready for The above statements arc quoted verbatim from No. 10, part 10, 78th first of the National Truman pages 19 and 20. report refers to engines and parts supplied to the Government by the Wright Aeronautical from its worst thing is Friday afternoon at 1 HiilI at son the stockholders of the Jones County Dairy Cooperative Incorporated will hold their annual according to Charles fanners who produce whether now a member or are urged to attend this Ice cold water melons will be L. chief of the co-op section of the Farm Security will be guest full attendance of all members is urged to hear the annual report on the first year of and to elect directors for the new spite of dry poor and labor shortage the plant is out over a thousand pounds of cheese those with the organization are enthusiastic about the future of the cheese The Farm Security Administration has placed a great of high grade Jersey cows in the county and individual milk producers have added many cows to their on page 4 HOME McCreight who was sent to Ocean California last came Saturday to spend a furlough with his Dr. and Mrs. W. J. i To Give Up August 15 and Mrs. Truett who have been operating Neville Tailor will give up their to the on 14. Mr. Mrs. Wor Wagley they could t definitely at the thg scrap drive to help Uncle Sam get the 100 million tons cf metal he need this year in the effort will in Jones county about the 10th or lath of Fifty soldiers in 13 trucks will make a city house to house and a country farm to farm canvass to get all the scrap left in Jones to Sergeant Alfred W. M. P. Camp his men will work out one town and one community at a The will start the southeast or southwest comer of the county and from thence will be extended to the whole are asked to instruct tenants on what to do with any scrap on the farms belonging to such Owners and tenants on farms and people living in town are requested to pile all small crap in one but Continued on page 4 Funeral Services For Judge J. 6. Thomas services for Judge B. 78, and long time citizen of were held from the First Methodist church Thursday af a t 5 o'clock with the J. E. Burial was in Mount Hope direction died Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in Hendrick Memorial after an illness of several bom in Cerulean August 26, 1865. Coming to Texas as a young he settled at Anson in Jones where he immediately took up the study of being associated with L. M. and B. Frank early attorneys of served Jones county as County Attorney and County in the latter office also serving as County School From 1909 to 1918 he as Judge of the old 39th Judicial District which included and 1918 until he retired two years Judge as was engaged in private law married Miss Josephine Treadwell of Anson in 1893. Five children bom vto this vyho died in Judge Thomas of Mrs. Ford Green of San John B. who was killed in an athletic event on the Anson High School and T. Ed Thomas was buried beside his wife who died in 1920. were John Sid Henry G. C. Otto Joe A. Jim BOY IS NOW AVIATION Harvey son of Mr. and Mrs. fiC l of 588;jvi!f now r '