Charlotte Jane Herichson

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Charlotte Jane Herichson - ' fi- i' THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 1 7/ Know...
' fi- i' THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 1 7/ Know Your Parisians THt>ARi$''-NeV..'S, PARIS, TEXAS Students Flock to Mrs. Sterling Kelton's Home for Her Hospitality and Guidance Mrs. Sterling t,. Kelton,. born Charlotte Jane Henrichson, eldes «f the eight children of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Henrichson of San Antonio, Texas, Ls the oldest instructor instructor in point oL service in Paris Junior College. She has been associated associated with the college since the week prior to its initial opening. Besides her 20 years with Paris Junior College, Mrs. Kelton has taught in Sour Lake,, Texas; Belton Belton High School; Lamar Junior College in Beaumont and in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, under supervision of the Federal Government. Government. She is a graduate of Main Avenue Avenue High. School in San Antonio and holds her A. B. degree from Mary Hardin-Baylor College at Belton, Texas. She holds her master of Arts degree from the Unixersity of Texas where, before her marriage in 1927 to Sterling L. Kelton (who died in July, 1942) she completed all work toward her Ph.D. in American history with the exception of her thesis. In addition, Mrs. Kelton acquired acquired her certificate for teaching and MKS. STERLING L. KELTON directing dramatics at the Community Community Playhouse in Pasadena Mrs. Kelton's particular avocation avocation is poetry. She. is a member of both the American Poetry Society Society and the Texas Poetry Society. Society. Under the name of -Charlotte Kelton, she has : had verse published published in The Lantern; Expression Texas Outlook; Junior College Magazine; Verse Craft; American Poetry Magazine; Sonnet Sequences; Sequences; Poetic View Point; Warp and Woof; Home : Quarterly -,Pat- :erson Morning Call; Kansas City Journal-Post; Dallas Morning Vews; Dallas Journal; Holland's Magazine' and also in several anthologies. anthologies. These include Threads and Shadows (1943-33); Lotus; Amber and Jade; The ' Sonnei :alendar of 1933; The Lanier Memorial Poems of Trees (Vol. Ill) and in Texas Writers of Today. Today. . . v : , ; ... : Charlotte Jane -Henrichson Kel- .on 'was born at Cotulla, Texas. ier residence here is 567 Simpson St. At Paris Junior College she s instructor in history and social ;ciences in addition to serving as director of dramatics. She is a member of the National National Dramatic". Fraternity;' the Na- ional Sociological Fraternity; the American Poetry Society; the Texas Texas Poetry Society; and of the Mu- sic Study Club. She is a member of the First Baptist Church 01 Paris, is politically , a Democrat says her hobby is poetry and her favorite sport, fishing. For-relaxation she reads detective detective .stories. After following this form of diversion over a period of years, today she has a collection of about 600 of the so-callec "Whodunits" filling a good-sized book'shelf. Here her friends come in search of pastime reading material. material. They never, fail to leave with their arms loaded. She was married Dec. 10. 1927, in Fort Worth to Mr. Kelton. During her tenure as director of dramatics at . the junior college, she has seen her one-act play casts win in district competition. She is popular with students, both in the classroom and during "rehearsals "rehearsals for plays. .As a result, when school is in session, her:home us-^ ually is Overrun by student-actors, or; just plain, students, .who look upon it as a sort of a home of their own;/.,! '.. ... •', : . '.. "/..,• Mrs. Kelton-!s. father's people" haye'.been residents of Texas since the: 1850's and her mother's people have lived in':-this state since : the 1830's.. In fact, her mother's grandfather College, the in • Texas, iii organized' Concrete:' fkst. girls' seminary the 1840's. Gaming Devices Pay Treasury $7,781,600 In Last Fiscal Year WASHINGTON, ' OT— Slot machines machines and other coin-operated gaming devices, paid -$7,781, 600 into into the Treasury .in the last . fiscal year and thereby became "legal" as far as the federal tax laws are' concerned. A tax of $100 was paid on 77,816 77,816 of these machines, the Internal Internal Revenue Bureau disclosed .in a summary of occupations subject o special taxes. Payment of the federal officials officials explained, does not' give an operator immunity from prosecution prosecution under state and local laws srohibiting the operation of gam- ng devices. By paying the tax, however, an operator eliminates •isk of being prosecuted for vio- ation of the federal tax laws. All 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii snd the District of Columbia had Today On The Home Front By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON, W)—Government W)—Government food officials would give a pretty penny right now ; to, know how much food Mrs, Average Housewife has stored away in her pantry and cellar. And so would many farmers, food processors, wholesalers, and retail merchants. With the exceptioiy.of a-few-perishable a-few-perishable products which.can not be stored for any length of time, the government has enough—some officials officials suspect it is more than enough—to meet war requirements. requirements. The Government and the food industry would .like to know how much food has been accumulated in homes of the nation so that they might plan more intelligently for post-war needs. There is a growing fear iii Government Government and trade;circles that:.the nation is headed for a food surplus problem that might have, serious repercussions throughout the national national economy.; Farmers. and the food industry are now turning out supplies nearly 30 per cent above the. prewar prewar level. .About .About a fourth of this output s being' channelled into military, Lend-lease and foreign relief but- When the. war ends the military military and lend-lease'-'outlets': will disappear. For a matter o£ months, the foreign relief demand' is expected expected to be high; but not high enough to require military stock" piles no longer: needed ; by the; armed forces':-as r well'-as. the;,then current production which i otherwise otherwise .would be taken by the. military military and lend-lease; programs! : ' : : The slump in; demand resulting, Crom disappearance 'of the ' mili- iary 'and lend-lease requirements; s expected -to have a noticeable impact on prices and. supplies. Plans are being made :to soften that impact as much-as possible; Officials suspect that, despite wartime restrictions . and -ratiiDn- ng, housewives have, accumulated avast amount of food—particularly food—particularly canned fruits and, vegetables, lotables home-canned, sugar, cof- 'ee, tea, shortening, spides, dry scans and peas, and other items •.vhich can be-kept long periods. i If this be true, the'end of the war would see housewives turning to these stocks rather than to grocer grocer stores. For. weeks and' possibly possibly months,, sales of these items would go down with resulting effects—possibly Critr Denounces CIO Pressure-Group Political Methods AUSTIN, Texas.—Justice Richard Richard Critz of the Texas Supreme Court, seeking re-election in the runoff Democratic primary Aug. 26, declared Thursday that the ClO is attempting to gain control of Texas codrts and that his opponent opponent has the 100 per cent in- dorsement of the CIQ Political Action Committee. He denounced the CIO pressure-grou- political methods. "This Political Action Committee Committee has leaders who are. not satisfied satisfied with fair and impartial :rul r ings from the bench," said Justice Critz. "They will not be satisfied until they have packed our courts with men who will close their eyes to the rights, of the people and interpret- the law the way these CIO leaders want it interpreted." interpreted." "This,"' continued Justice Critz, "is not Democracy; I would resign my office today if I: thought I the etTf t, Pleasure AMERICA'S

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  1. The Paris News,
  2. 17 Aug 1944, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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