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   Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 14, 1941, Ruston, Louisiana                                SUtsfmt aily VOLUME Follow the Leader Home EC Students Open State Meeting Representatives of Eight Colleges at Louisiana Tech Today home economics I representing snio lOl will CICL c their twoday an nual spring at Louisiana Toch a luncheon nl noon in iho pnivale dininy nl the new dining hall the Cain ICO cneri t I Louisiana Louisiana Col1 SUrte Northeast Junior i SouthcaHicrn and are ixirtkipatiiiK in the which opened ibs afternoon it oclock with registration in the economics a short business ineetiny tomimittMs were lo be appointed and at college officials and were field to have made brief talks to the lhc wl An informal tea was helfl in the home house with of that departmcnt and fac ility members receiving lllclen deun cf tho Tech home economics and Miss I Anna of tho hojne ocononiics poured Piano music Jwas furnished by Fay a stuck ft at Some Grocers Not Certified Yet for Stumps Local Organizer Urges Food Retailers To Cooperate All Iuilon mid Lincoln pnrisli have not yd liieii certified lor food stamps am urged to do so at slates local for the Federal Surplus Mur has been rent all re tail Ionci the sys tem ntul a was hold Wednesday al the which time orjjiiiiser begirt in 11 North on April explained dotnils 1o the grocory Hie group will attend the second Jpcrfonmance of Sun a play j presentedby the Tech Theatre Ktiild Jin the little Friday at I which Tech home economics stu Idenls will bo Regular Program The delegates are scheduled to esjin the regular program aetiv lities Saturday morning with ern being placed on HomemaKv Mary Oath teritie Anders oC will Ispeak on Our Pant in Hcmemak lores in Ruston and other towns of parish hava Jailed to tu local office and be certified for accepting thc certifica tin food will nci be to pnrvcipatein the pro Other Iuriihes in Oihcr parishes in this will in the plan are Natchi Carroll and Eai Dsfinile 5rccedurc for certifying eases been worked out in a series of confidences in Baton Rouge with the state of Welfare and other interested agen The stamp plan was approved ior liiiff followed by Ouv Paul Lincoln parish on February after in irorntmaking by i rrtoaths of done by the Rust on McCall of Others Deluded on the lLou Souiiieastern lltsen Normal Lora Lee Nortlieast Junior coMege JLena and ljuanita Jones and Mary Ellis Sims I Chamber of Commerce and the co of the civic and Five Tin Cans And Nickel Admit Kids at Dixie Flvn tin raits lici on n siring mil five rents admil uny hns ton kiddie to a inalinee Suliudiiv moniiii it 10 iiilock at fluDfx 10 slules Manager Thp main attraction of the mat Inip will lie the of a rharaclers evplnlls In The Adventures of Captain 11 chapter Tom the former Western stars In the idi A feature picture Mill also be it The tin rails must he tied to a the ninn nger It is advised that the cans have holes punched In them for Simsboro Nine To Face Minden Coach Fred Greer Has Three Legion Stars on Squad bascWrtll bavketeill SimsOoros Tifi fncf the Minrlen h gh hnol nine in Tuesday afternoon 2 The contest will ha the second of 12 already fluxiiiled for this season by Ccnch Fred Leading the Tijiors into the irav nre three players who for Ihe Rtiiton American Legion Junior faasebnll Isls last Thso include Carol catcher Eudcly third and Hil ly Other veterans of the Simsboro diamondmen are Robert and Billy and Alvin Amons the newcomers who are showing much promise are William HoJmo and Leroy first bise Freddie Price and Malcolm Bart second base JiRgs La mar and Max out another will assist Shelby in the ilng while rookie James T j Sweethearts of Tech Fraternity These girls have been selected as sweethearts for the annual Omega Kappa fraternity dance at Louisiana March Upper photos Faye Gi Ta In I an nne Ccnte1 Made line Lower Betty Ruth and Ellie Mac Some Tickets Still on Sale For Last SunUp Performance Althougii over 100 have been reserved for delegates to the Alton Jenkins ee action on Ihe economics for j tonightspeiformance of 40 ditcflts were stiJi1 Lela state adviser iitudent will speak Satur on Assnmjiig New Responsi While on thc the visiting are housed in the wom vns Sponsors the meeting nro LMUs Martha Louisiana Nor Jmiii ISTiss Maivene South Mess Helen South Miss Tomlinson and Miss j Clyde Baton ytatc and Miss Lillian lAmericanism Cards To Be Lincoln Schools Given Platards with a definition of A I are now being distrito I uled to home rooms of Lincoln par ish throusih the courtesy of I the Louisiana department of the IT I nitwl Spamsh War Attractively printed in white and the placards were sent to the Lincoln parish school board of lice by John state superin of Hie definition reads Aimericanism is an unfailimg love oif country loyalty to its institutions and ideals cagerness to defend it auafnst all enemies undivided alle giance to the flag and a desire to secure the blessings of to ourselves and It was adopted at the joint con ference of the commanders in chief of the five veteran organisations in on February Jg West Monroe Youth Enlists in Navy Arthur Stevens Route West is one of a of five wiio enlisted in the United States Navy atid have been transferred to the Naval Training station in accord ing to recruiting officer Clinton Navy recruiting sta Other now who will be given FJX weeks recruit training be fore being to the fleet are Duwurd James port 20 Logansport Ray Oak In lie and StiiniiMg the NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C Wayne Hitler Continues Drive to the East As Pressure Nets Results in Balkans Labor Unrest in Defense Industries Will Be Handled Under New Agency i on htind this morning for the j the and Fer prtsiinaIion to Fcrjfiison Bishop Pipes 1iufe mountaineer larl Uon as the Simsboro Well Passes Feet In Shale and Sand I siiiV Mil ee i i y I drilliir on the r iirs ull I tiioi I Ji ii hr IV day Male i 1 n ni a in Ii 1 I ell bit in i he I be on the old 1 lhc mdonii s iral year at lev IV u ill oon tlltie to feel hi the in Manslaughter Indictment Given Woman Edna Salters Faces Charges of Slaying Husband j Edna Sailers was in dicted for thi by the Jackson parisn isrand iury in coniuTlion with 111 dcnili of her busband who was and K li ed H al their hotne in Sailers will Ixtried duriny the ular tourt SCKMOII M it 17yiarolfl partner of lhc bus line which opor airs between Huon Alexan had returned from a inu trip as a part time driver when the shoctinfi is aliened to havo admitted fniiu at her husband as in lie doer way at ihe rear of lher Erne Blume of Jack I son parish conducted an inquivt and rcporfed thrit two shots WIMV i only one file fatal entered Saltors forehead and through the hack of I It is clear that domestic trouble i was the onlyt the coroner Turn to Last Tape NEA Service PRICE 6 CENTS Everyone Invited To Meeting On Wildlife at Courthouse Tomorrow Hodges To Attend the Members of State Conservation Board To Visit All MS interested in a pal iOi chapter I Wldlilc are in attend a mcctitm hero 2M oclock it timi1 of the board will outliue the of the and discuss ation ami preervai ion uf in this The met iie tin il by ite onsen ation of wil be the fl Ritiiioii n and of tile state Accom PiroUor will be of board Major James hi of tli wilJlifcdivi charge of the ex of lederal funds for vvild and Don enloreenient officer of e tlC Illll h tin life pin Simon el lhc Here Tomorrow Two of the oflicials that will ivi lioro Inmorrow Icr a u ild at Iho A1 tho top is Di Department of Major Joiiies chief tho Wildlife department of is SiMinlor off to will pre ide ivtr tin1 nitetinji as Ihe will tell of plits underway Io restock the woods and fiiliof with jrcimc and Mir with it is All hN is I i be niiv under the super of the conservation coin wilh the cooperation of lo who re sides at Klin is a brother of Major of He is well known ihnt Oict tc as a planter and ro stated John Earl j dent of the Teoh Theatre The LiHle Theatre of Howard au ditorium amost jammed to ca pacity last nigM at the third per of the folk play based upon the first Only 1H9 cgn be seated in the Little Theatre and there been a rush for tiek Slranjjor who flees to the hillsides for refuge from he SunUp i is to be one of the iiiI reeled and portrayed produci lions ever yiven by tincollege act Miss Vera Alito of the is director of the Turn to last J Nine White Men Will Leave Here Tomorrow or Induction by force of arms Bulgaria wa sold as ninny other brave but hesitant nations had been sold those groups witiliin its own who believed they stood to SUIUIPNDEU Prelude to Peace Nazi soldiers marched into They were not Bul 8aiian who earlier talked but no steps in in prestige and in pare thenation j wealth if a Fascist form of sovern ulated to Berlins demands when I Woukt be the final test They will be su ffiher Hundreds of thousands of Ger groups have been disillusioned in mans poured across the in other independent 48 Panzer divisions raced j in in in acrotw rotuls and took positions on thc in Spain Franco the borders of Turkey and They supplanted oliCioihls known to to their raj tioned directed and virtually placed thc whole na lion under German military Jaw and j Secret police folloiwed j close behind round up who j loved their country too well for Ger man Berlin announced the occupation as a Kreat military although not a shot had been But the i action did have a familiar i It paralleled closely the Nazi pattern that brought thc downfall i of many other European nations A MORAL BOOST All this week Grace Sloan Overtoil has spoken sever al times each day in the Church and at schools in She has made a remarkable impression upon the peo ple of Ruston and we believe her visit will long be remember ed Tor the moral boost she has given The Leader wrote last week urging everyone to cooperate with this speaker whom we felt certain would bring us a We say now she has fulfilled that hope beyond our greatest expect i Overtoil has told us the human side of being I She has described in detail our weaknesses and our failings and showed them to be She has told us how to cure these ilia and do it in an everyday sort of j There is no magic just a little comon Her travels over the world have shown her all sorts of people and races of and she has Found them all suffering from the same things which are cured in the same We have i no special problem requiring any special or exclusive ap Hvos to itself alone that its policies We mostly know what is wrong with ourselves and n to right Eight from Lincoln Parish and One Transfer Included Including the final YcliiLleeiv from this nine white men will leave here tumnrniw j fur induction in Alixandria they will bcHii a years uni der the national Kisht nitinbers of lluroni iniinl ai Lincoln parish whi is i transfer from Hie draft in Students to Plan Inspection Trips Of Twin Cities volunteers include Brown and and even in Germany Drang Nach Osteii on the ife of his community and his If that is then it is equally true that no nation J we also know the answer and if we will just put lit highwaysof other i gather they will generally work themselves in the 1ronticrs and conquestseek ing Germans rested on the boiiieis of Greece and The small Greek a Piny Axis move to the east by defeating superiorly equipped Italian to had stood as the guardian of line eastern Mod Overtoil has ajipealcd to youth more lhan any otlier 1 of Dubiieh Clyde Perry and Kdwn both of I Kuuene McCorkk1 and Wil liam LavilU both cf Chou drtii J irst Coiiscrliifcd 1 fir t two scripted n MI JUT llobrit y Kai son and iurt ry i of Uubacli i Leo Valentine Mayers of AKIII sion purish has oien i od to the local selectiveervic eoininil lee will be inductid with the I William Boyd Bryant of wlio will Xo i inciuotee of the contingent 1 here March in hitfli schools and irare schools of Louisiana have t of 1 inu the Twin CTtics Oi i tours sponsored by the loeal Junior K l Chamber of j i of the public j department of he chamber mel y lerday aflernoon to discuss plans tho to the j Twin Cities during MM Credille Second Grade Gives Play for PTA At Simsboro An original pkiy the j jrade of Simsixiro high school fea tured the meeting of the Simsboro ParoiitTeKehor association Directed by i the play Of Long The program uiih i pray Phincipal Morrell Will rod Robinson rhc presi i dent When Your Child Feels Infer was the subject of a talk by Jenkins jave u talk en Ac eonvplishmints in Child Tlie grarli had tho largest of n Iluirman of Ihe and coinnviltce meniDtis are Jo Hobby A of a spocial b discribiiiv upproxiinriliily 40 t and poisits of in ooklcl indlis had halted the first of people because they are the eternal hope of the Those who have gone before have mostly taken their world with them and have made the marks they could upon what they but those who will continue tomorrow are But these mittens found important and it is that group of longing people themselves in who have a chance to start right and go The on throiiph which ibotter roads lead to 1 i t in the same f l has US the eternal fact All found themselves facing the01 continues from a beginning to an ending choice of fiKhtintf against wi efficient and in the middle of these two much good can be done for i those who know the We had need of such lectures and we feel we will always to England for but iho prob1 keep some of the vigor and usefulness of her the naturalness and human side of religion is her approach to every Life must begin in a certain prescribed man ner and the new person learn everything about the Mrst MrUcls The first nitkels m roc iitd Monroe lo m elmi by the an and pupils of the vaiioits svhooU in this area will make uo thoir itinerary for a Iriii Irom from A rilroil re for on to improve serviee and nieth The Bureau of ination has an nounced that men between the agfr of 17 and 31 years of age are dc I sired for enlistment in the naval Former naval men may be j ia tile rating held rt the time of dischariji if still qualified to hold tlut without rior naval exper may be enlisted in certain j if found Naval re rriiiinu station cry T be apen y in Uie adopted an average wl IK a lm year and paid i nr I Final Clare Major Play Be Tuesday Night Around the Corner boots to keep aluad in the a4e they have yoing on tnete so it you neevl a tire they ee to it you the oppor iJ one btfOre vOU To war machine or towing to the will of None had much hope for success If they foushtAM looked KING BORIS OF BULGARIA tram where oflicials Iwd been induced to vinit Munich to guarantee hatj cpune to JSJjMjr iori tr before It had been compelled cf such assistance The Germans had u vailable 2li divisions for ue hi the Tho only British force com petent to deal with such numbers in Nojilh Whether tho British hid the will have their i to Care Tree lonvpany ixTtorm henIbis when the famed uroup w 11 or the Sil world about him by trial and We can help to make the hard places easier and the easy places more available to and land an cheerful by following a behavior pattern set for us a few centuries ago by a man named We urge those who have not heard the forceful clean up that in tlie logic of Overtoil to make a point of being there tonight Of using his troops ii lhc B expeditionary force was problamati General Wavells speedup cam paign In was to to attend her last She has a message worth the hearing and something which will plant a seed of thought whoee flowering will help us do what we want with our lives i Turn to for those around j rrfvimu uf a were remUfid hen Jaiuary ami February Sponsored by the inul ParentTeacher tin Major playivs have HUM much favor in ip Mnnbers of the trorpe ire prnftssionul ors selected by Ma jor on Habasis heir anri ability to portray roks m tin On January he Major j pre Alice in a1 their initial venture in this l A luiMi audience viiwed tiiis j and more fame to see iin on IVbruary I ConiKll is I in of the i thelltre hi Asi her are or the prisidont at Tickit lire Carl Davis tuitl Publicity is in chiirjio of Jliuins and Ay tc Thoo who did not purchase siii tiekfls for the plays will bo a ble lo tickets tor tilt linal pef IVnnuncu at tho it is Sin dcrs itiskin has Cotton a cush ion for tc use while cUM1 to tho tlse iool of an For scni ivy I jjxiocl iiticinjt dra Montfords station and buy tho by n coll drink to do his Iis ortli IK I3t sine and hoar Overtoil talk tonUht for the hist tiaitat the shu is uxvr to the courtioitiu ami iff ihy i from Bsxton in tho wildlife meetinjj John writes trom U ivity vayme i on and if hi uwr it will 9   

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