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   Panola Watchman, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1956, Carthage, Texas                                MICROFILM d.O. BOX 8066 FEATHERS e. VPLIOATE THE prc-aspirin era, .when- 'corporal punishment was n'parVfof'thc curriculum, lliis writ- er 'was '''a! 'public teacher. Many of the boys who were in my drop, in lo sec ine find they always remind me of the spankings I administered by the way of discipline. Judged by mo- dern procedures 1 guess I -went at the educational process from I he wrong ond. -1''.- jT IS SAFE .To'' say that tlierc will ''hover be n bonk titled "The Pri- vate Life of Grace for she. hasn't had any such life, nor will sjie .such is the public's ap- pWitc for notoriety. IN a tradition sh.illor- Ing era. For instance, my Grandmother used to say that light- ning never strikes twice in the tiairie place. Now. comes the llev. Edward Rutland, vicar of St. John's Episcopal Church, with a story that rtfutes. that ancient theory, but good. About three weeks ago dur- 3 jig a thunderstorm, lightning struck the Episcopal parsonage (Is that the 'and -blazed down a flue, to dance over the flpor within three or four feet of the minister and his wife, Laura. But no harm was done, not even a mark was left. Then-last weck'dur- ing the rather, stormy .weather that prevailed' it happened -again with the lightning coming down the same-flue and "performing another Snake dance over. the ..premises. 1'his however, electrical con- nections: were burned out but no itthcr "damage was done except to Mrs. Rutland's nerves. Times are friends, there's no doubt al'miit it." -Pi-' QUOTING ''FROM the Kansas City "Star, .courtesy my friend Hob Smith: announcement that it is proposed to pay U. S. farmers for not cultivating their land reminds me of a letter 1 -received .from A said 'A friend of mine in New England has a neighbor who received a govern- ment check for this year for not raising hogs. So my friend now wants to 6" into business himself. He says that the Idea of not rais- ing hogs appeals to him strongly. Of course he will need a hired man and that is where I come In. I wrild (or your opinion on the best kind' of farm hot Id raise hog's on, the best strain of hogs not to raise and how best to keep an inventory of hogs you arc not raising. Also rlo you think that capital could be ralscdi by issuance of a non hog raisins; gold bond? The friend who got the got it for not raising 500 hogs: Now we figure we might easily not raise 1500 lo 2000 hogs so you see the possible profits are only limited by the number of hogs we du not raise." -Pl- SHOULD have been an outstanding evening WHS marr- ed for me by the pitifully smalJ audience that greeted the concert by Ihc High School A Cappclla Choir Tuesday evening. A polished performance by an outstanding group of students was greeted by an audience that scarcely numbered a hundred persons. Hours of pains- taking practice and hard work on the part of both students and di- rector was in evidence for it was a splendid performance by the most talented high school group of its kind I have ever heard. Not only did the people who should have been there hut were not, miss a fine concert, did but they also miss- ed a. chance lo encourage these young people in a most laudable undertaking. Encouragement which ihcy surely deserve. iNDrVlD'UAL intelligence and 'backbone are still necessary for modern civilization despite the .tendency to gather In huge groups uid holler yes to a loud orator, fjUniNG THIS WEKK the Panola County .Chamber of Commerce will be engaged in Its annual mem- bership drive. Of course it Is necessary lo raise a ccrtainbudgcl lo carry on the Work of this Important organiza- tion. Money Is necessary lo carry on any sort of program. Rut far more vital. the mnn- ey'ralted Is the enlistment of man power in the work of Ihc Chamber of Commerce. 'The office staff, the officers and the directors can not carry the full loid. .Kyery citizen Is needed. Join your chamhtr of commerce how, Along with-' your .membership subscription, determine to give ynurtntlrt support In every part of the proiinm ot your Chamber wt CMMwrct UUl 7tir  Out.tindlnj City Offlciil Mayor Gardner, guest speaker nt the luncheon meeting, w.is c- Icclcd to bend ShrcvcpoiTs city government in 1052 at the age of ,10, lo become one nf Ihc youngest mayor nf a major city In America, lie has successfully sponsored ti improvement program (or slrcels, public buildings, nnd drainage nnd water syslcms In Shrevcpnrt. Ifis administration al- so brought about, with Ihc approv- al of the voters, nn Increase In the police force, lhi> recreational and library programs and several a- mcndmcnts modernizing the city charter. He served in Hie laturc of Louisiana, president, of Shrcveport Junior Chamber nf Commerce and other civic groups, lie.is a graduate of and serv cd in Ihc Infantry of the U. S. Army in World War 11, being dis- charged a first lieutenant. Oberg Internationally Known Civic Figure Mr. Obcrg, principal speaker fnr Ihc evening banquet, is an inter nalionally known, business, nui and political figure. lie is Chin man of the IJoard of'Thatcher S- Oberg Pty. Ltd.. timber importers exporters and retailors In Sydney Australia and holds directorates in three other limber organizations. He is First Vicc-President of notary International for Chairman of Ihe lOSti Pacific lle- gional Conference Committee, and n member of (he Nominating Com- mittee for President in iniifl-nT. lie has been a member of the Syd- ney Itotary Club since in.trt and Is Pfist President of the Club, lie bus served notary Inlernnllonal us Director, District-Governor, nnd as a member of several committees find has represented Iho Presi- dent of Ilolfiry International al Itolary District Conferences in various parls of Ihc world. Mr. Ohorfi wtis advisor lo the Australian delegntlon lo the United Nations Conference in San 1'ran- cisen in I (MS, was leader of Australian delegation al the Inleruationnl Labor Confer- ence in Paris, Franco Ihc s.irno year, and in lOlVt led the Aus- tralian employers' delegation to a .similar conference in Tokyo, Jnp.'in. lie has roprosonlnl Ihe Australian government nn niuiier- mis occasions in ulher p.lrls of the world, Funeral Held (or Joe H, Holder at LongbranchSun, Funeral services wore held at Longhranth Missionary Church Monday nl 3 p.m. for Joseph Henry Iloldez', 7-1. who passed au'riy ;iL the General Hospital Sunday morning at o'clock af- ter mi illness lasting one week. The officiating ministers were Rev. Brooks, Rev. Sherman, Rev. ,1. C. Unwell and Rev. C. II. McUrydc. Ihc song service was directed hy I D. .limersoii. Hurial was in tlic Cliylon Cemetery willi (he Haw- thorn Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Pallbearers included Orhen and II. n. Taylor, Joe Ar- Ihur Holder. Dilly Chadwick, Syd McGraw and Willie James Brammn. A native nl Alahamn, Mr. Holder was horn to Uobbv and Nanny Adams Holder, Dec. D, He came1 with his pnrcnls to Pimnla County when a small child aucl had lived here all the years since, lie was married lo Miss Percy Chad- wiek of Longbranch in IHOft and iiad been employed as a tanner all his life. He was a member of Hie Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. I'ercy Holder; I wo sons, II. W. and .1. K. Holder, both of Carthage; two daughters. Mrs. Velma Jones of Lonybranch and Mrs. C. B. Marsh- all Jr., of Carthage; nine grand- children, three great-grandchild- ren, and three sisters, Mrs. Lei' Buckncr and Miss Laura Holder bolh of Marshall and II. Jlimlz of Longview. Final Rites Held For J, H, Fyke Funeral services were held Sa- lurday afternoon at Pisgali Metho- dist Church for Jerome Henderson Fyke, GO, who passed away sud- denly at bis home on the old Clay- ton Hoarl about Friday. His dealh was caused by a heart at- tack. The Rev. Waller Klingle and the Hev. Joe Slrothcr were the of- ficiating ministers. Tnterment was in (he Odd Fellows Cemelery in Carlhagc under direction of Ihc Hawthorn Funeral Home. A native of Kaufman County, Mr. Fyke bad lived here nearly all his life and was a fanner by occupation. He was married lo Miss Lcla May in vcmbcr 1910. Mr. Fyke was a highly respected citizen o[ his community nnd the county. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. Lc- la Fyke; three sons, R. A. S. P. Fyke and Cullen Fyke, all ol Carthage and five daughters. Miss Josic Pearl Fyke, Mrs. R. Ilune and Sirs. Albert Werner, all of Houston; Mrs. U. N. Monroe of Carlhage and Mrs. Gene Holland of Longview. Membership Drive To Be Staged By C Back Scratch Days To Be Observed in Carthage Next Week Another Back Scratch appre- ciation day is scheduled by Carthage business bouses for next week, Friday and Satur- day, April 20 M. StnvnU. chairman of the Chamber of Commerce's rclail merchants committee announces. "Special spring values will be Mr. Stovall said, "and we know our trade area customers will appreciate tht1 splendid bargains available lo I hem." In keeping with the policy of Hack Scratch day, local mer- chants will feature at least one item, and usually many items, that will be marked low I'm- the two Back Scratch Days. S DR. D. B. DANIEL Vice President Chamber of Commerce Libby Students to Present Operetta; Tickets Limited Children of the Libhy F-lemcn- lary school will present an npcr- ella tilled "Peler liabbil'1 in two performances Tuesday, April 17. The malinee performance al p.m. will be for school children. Ihc night performance is schedu- led fur o'clock. I'ickel sales are reslricled lo parents and relalives of the per- formers through Monday, April This is clue In the limited scal- ing capacity of Ihe auditorium. Olliers w-ishing to see the perform- ance may obtain tickets, if avail- able, on Ihe day of the .show. Between acts and hefiire (lie show, selections by Ihe rhythm hand and Kindcrgarlen children will be presenled. Proceeds from Ihe show will go to the P-TA. which is sponsor- ing Ihc production. Radiologist Added ?o Local Hospital Staff Fred Hargrove M. 0. has been added to the .staff nf I'annla (Ion- era! Hospital as radiologist ef- fective Monday. April 2, accnrdinj! lo all announcement by Iho mana- ger. Dr, Hargrove conies from Tux- arfcana find with hi  Alford. "River a fantsa; on iVcgrom by Whitney, "Mexican Hat Dance" by Pariich- ela, "March for a Festival" b> .-Vkerj. "In a Clock Stove" novelh by Orlii. "ilamboanga" by Walters and Champions" by Holmes- Admission for adults i? cents There is mi charge for children. Hand Hocislcr members will be their fi'md Uoostrr cards. Featured on the program will be a bass solo by .1. W. Hancock, who will pluy "Air and Hourrec" by Barn. He will be accompanied by Miss Marina Walker. A saxn phone quartet, "Iio.ii' dish" I'ucilli, will be played hy Jtogene Williams, Donna Frost. Mary IIol inos and Church Itehert. Dr, Daniel to Lead In Campaign to Enlis! Manpower An drive J'or new mem- bers by the I'anola County Cham- ber of Commerce is slated Lo be- girt Tuesday, April 17, Dr. B. B. Daniel, chairman of the Member- ship ami Finance Committee, said Ibis week. Hans were outlined at a meeting of the committee Tues- day morning. The theme of the campaign will be "You Miss So Much. When You're on the Outside." It is bel- ter to be un the inside where one can give active support to the Chamber o[ Commerce in its efforts to build 2 better community. "Your Chamber of Commerce is designated to create business Dr. Daniel said, "and hat means more business tor pointed out that our Chamber o[ Commerce receives excellent iupport from the business firms and professional man of the coun- ty, but. he added, arc hoping u broaden the base of our mcm- JCrship to Include more individ- uals and thus create more inter- and gain more manpower." At Ihe present lime, the mem- bership ol the Panola County Chamber of. Commerce includes rc- lire.sr.nlativcs of practically every type of community activity and en- deavor. Coordinating the cllorls of men who have varied interests and points of view is a challeng- ing job, but Ihe building achieve- ments already accomplished prove that It can be done. They have dem- onstrated that effective teamwork in attaining sound continuous com- munity development requires llm "whole team" be in the game. Dr. Daniel concluded, ''It is our hope that the present membership drive will put more people on the team and help the Chamber of Commerce do an even better job for our County." Members of the Membership and Finance Committee besides Dr. Daniel, include II. B. Turner, Bo Ramsey, Mrs. Olive DuBose, Clyde- Carter. D. M. Stovall, Don Martin. Jack Parker, Q. M. Martin, M. P. Baker. Birl llardin. Thomas Hitter, Walter Howell, Ed Clark and Mrs. Sam Brown. Carthage School Board Re-elects Officers for Year All officers were re-elected .it a of the Carthage indepen- dent District school board Monday nighl, Supl. Q. M- Martin said Tu- esday. Sid Bakor Turner was chos- en president. Horace n. Turner, vice-president and Tom Vincent, secretary. Teachers were also rc.-elcetcd wild the proviso lhat their con- tracts would not be approved un- til they furnish birth certificates for the school files. There prob- ably will he three other teachers named, Mr. Martin said, one lo fill a vacancy caused by resigna- tion and two additions lo the faeul- ly. Kcvcr.il business matters wcro considered with no definite action Ijsen at this lime. Student Art Exhibit to Be Featured at Junior-Senior High P-TA Meefing The regular mcetins ol the Jim- ior-Si'iiior Ifigh Parcnl-Teachcrs Association will be held a week late this month in order to bring lo ils members ami the general public Ilia art exhibit In the High School ttifi'lcria fr.ilurinj: Die work of fitly art slndenls taught by Mrs. l.eb Hi-lie L.ifirom1. The entries already will have been judged and will have first, second and third place ribbons attached. The show is slated for April A cnmmillee appointed by th" P-TA will judge the work and in money will be n- warded In winners. There are two eonlest divisions junior high and soninr high. These will nut Apcin with each other, but will liejudgcd separately. Nino divis- ions will be represented including; pastels, charcoal, water color, (em- pora. ceramics, pencil sketching, pen and ink sketching, oils nnd textile painting. This conioat has been held an- nually since arl was first taught in C.'irlh.uv High School, but only last year was tin: prize money rais- ed to There will nlsn be a shop exhibit sponsored by D. C. Johnson ot Ihu faculty, including lerdhor tooling, shoot mctnl work, machine- shop products, woodwork and mechani- cal The public is cordially invited Iu son those fine exhibits Thursday, April 21! al I) p.m. In the High School cafeteria.   

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