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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 December 1940

Page Six The Sunday Record, December 8,1940. BUY IT IN MINEOl ■BuimnuniH DR. A. S. McARTHUR OSTEOPATHIC AND GENERAL PRACTICE Phone 76 Night Phone 247 Offices HENRY HOTEL ItllHIiilllllllUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIlRniTillllUllllllilliUllinilO Dallas Morning News $1.00 Per Month All the Latest News Tops In Special Feature# J. C. Kingston Mrs. Alford Williams FLORIST Cnt Flowers, Designs FLOWERS BY WIRE TELEPHONE 95 Buy It In Mineola! Cotton Quotas Protect Farmers In Second War College Station, Nov. 28.— Cotton farmers of the United States are better prepared thru the marketink quota provisions of the AAA farm program to protect themselves from effects of the European war today than they were during the World War. Through the adjustment pro- visions of the program and through marketing quotas, farmers have the means of keeping supplies of cotton in line with demand—something they did not have in 1914, D. L. Cothron, state AAA commit- teeman and Lamar County cot- ton farmer, declared. "As a re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 December 1940

< K BUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, December 8,1940. Page Seven e New Hope Hornet )r-ln-Chief Ona Mae Gurdock iate Editor Jimmie Drew Burnett Reporters Robert Steele, Mary Frances Cherry, Mae Ven Belcher, Manuel Murphy, Billie Marie Huffman, . \ . Eugenie Hanson or Roll. frimer: Jo Ann Belcher, Peg- Chreitzburg, Vonze Martin, ny Paul Perdue, Billy Bob ley, Kenneth Paul Richey, Wilson. grade, Buford Harris, & Earl Hcoks, Marvin Hor- Carl David Skinner, id grade, Ruby Byrd, LaJune Chreitzburg, f Jean Weaver, Ruth La liams, Verniece Skinne.r m Modern COMFORTS AT TH E NATION'S SPA NOT even your tiwn hem* eon offer ye« mere comf art* than tte— luxuriously fu -nisHed rooms and kitchenette apartments — attentive { personal service — excellent cuisine I — cosy sun parlors — cottage* — a [modern, fireproof garage.... 1 every day of the year on two tdld 18 hole courses. Riding — ring —hiking in balmy South- ern sunshine....You may take the healing thermal baths under U. S. Governm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 December 1940

>eeember 8,1940. BUY IT IN RECENT BRIDE OCIdl .alendar teaming events of the week) ^SUNDAY— Youth Forum, 2. Brotherhood Railroad Train- men, 2:30, Flynt's Hall. MONDAY— Couples Club, 8, Mr. and Mrs. Arell Denton. Junior Chamber of Com- merce, 8, English Funeral Chapel. TUESDAY— Rotary Club Luncheon, 12:10, Ai's Place. High School P-TA, 3:30, at High School auditorium. Eastern Star, 8, Masonic Hall. WEDNESDAY— Twentieth Century Club, 3:45, Mrs. James Judge. THURSDAY— Club Night, 7:30, Mineola Country Club. FRIDAY— Friday Afternoon Bridge Club, 2:30, Mrs, C. D. Coleman. Football Banquet, Home Eco- nomics Annex, High School. Entertain With Venison Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Lechner entertained with a venison din- ner at their home Saturday. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Baker of Sher- man, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mc- Kinney of Tyler, Rev. and Mrs. K. R. Isbell, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Revelle. o Mrs. Ray Cooper and Mrs. Paul Smith were visitors in Dallas Friday. Entertain Brid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

Go to Church ' The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record WEATHER TODAY: Cloudy and continued cold thru- out East Texas. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 37. -ft Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, December 15,1940. ☆ ☆ Eight Pages Today TOWN TALK . BY SPEC TATER HILOSOPHY: "Happiness un- shared can scarcely be called happiness. It has no taste." BENITO "Nothing Can Stop Me" Mussolini probably hopes to be able to fight a defensive war until spring when Ger- many is expected to take the offensive in the Balkans. How- ever, we're predicting, provid- ed the British continue their push into Libya, that Italy will fold up by January first. SOME FRENCH with a sense of humor have already post- ed a sign on their southeast- em border which reads: "Warn- ing to Greek Soldiers—This is French Territory." PET PEEVES: Distasteful, we think, is the "Xmas" spelling of Christmas. For one thing, it's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Vttle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection tipon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. W. W. HARDING B THINKING NOT WISELY NOR TOO WELL The City Commission this week granted the Southern Gas Company, which presumably has headquarters at Longview, per- mission to make a canvass of Mineola for prospective customers with the intention of bringing another gas system to town. The United Gas Corporation, second largest taxpayer in Wood Oounty, is at present serving Mineola with natural gas, and, from all accoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

BUY IT IN MINEOLA! The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. Page Three Jamestown News MRS. E. L. TAYLOR The 4-H Club met in the '(club house Tuesday, Dec. 10, for the Christmas program. The program was carried out with games and exchange of gifts. The program was sponsored by Mrs. Robert Adkins and Mrs. B. P. Busby. There were nine- teen ladies present including Mmes. John Ellis, Robert Ad- kins, B. F. Busby, E. L. Tay- lor, Robert Smith, Bernice Smith, Jewel Verner, Charlie Lunceford, Bonnie Lunceford, G. W. Lunceford, Col Sparks, Sam Kingston, Harry Pinson, Viola Granberry, Earl Goode, Nora Null, Edna Smith, Orvelle Johnson, and Durace Darnell. Everyone had lots of fun and we hope to have a greater num- ber each time. A large number attended Sunday school and singing last Sunday. A number of visit- ors from Grand Saline and Van attended singing and an invi- tation is extended to all of them to return each second Sunday night. Rev. C. D. Record will fill his regular third Sunday ap- po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. BUY IT IN MINEOLA T. C. Collier, Austin, Super- vising State Engineer, was in Mineola Friday in connection with the routing of Highway 80. Mr. Collier spent the day With Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Copass and family. Mineola Student Pledges TSCW Club Denton, Dec. 14—(Special.)— Miss Josephine Hearn Mineola, a student at Texas State Col- j lege for Women, has been pledg- i ed to the Alice Freeman Palmer Chutdtts Central Christian Church GEORGE CHERRYHOMES "A Transforming Spirit." This Club, campus literary and so- j is the title of the sermon mes- . , nwTontMflnn j sage to be preached at Central Christian Church Sunday mom- Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Hearn, Miss Hearn is a- senior majoring in business edu- ; c cation. Membership in the Alice Freeman Palmer club is by in- vitation only. Good scholastic and citizenship standing are're- quirements for pledging the or- ganization. Girls joining clubs did not wear strange pledge garb this year, bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

BUY IT IN MINEOLA! The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. Page Five M. Horton Juried Friday A. M. (Anzie) Horton, 67, well ^known farmer residing three ^]es east of Quitman, died at his home Thursday morning following a heart attack. Funer- al services were held Friday and burial was made at Mt. Pis- gah. Surviving are his widow and four sons, John, Herman, Brit, and Russell, and two daugh- ters, Mrs. Pat Farris and Mrs. line Taylor, all Wood County Bsidents. you drink, don't drive Texas' Rails Spends $121,000,000 Yearly Waco, Dec. 13.—Railway ex- penditures in Texas for fuel, material, supplies, labor, and taxes are estimated at $121,000,- 000 annually, W. T. Durham, traveling freight agent for the Santa Fe, Waco, said at the weekly luncheon here Friday of the Traffic Club. Ten railroads in Texas, Dur- ham said, have payrolls in ex- cess of $1,000,000 yearly, five of more than $5,000,000, and three of more than $10,000,000 annually. I wit £5 It's well for Mothers all to remember the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The Ye How Jacket Published weekly in Sunday Record in the terest of Mineola School. raye Mx The Sunday Record, December 15, 1940. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. We Are Glad. We are glad that Jean Brown is up, following a recent ap- pendectomy. Jean is a mem- ber of the Senior Class and of the Yellow Jacket staff, both of which have missed her great- ly during her absence, as have all of her other friends in MHS. We hope she will soon be able to be with us again. Assembly. During assembly period Wed- nesday the four classes in high school had a singing con- test. - The seniors sang the first verse of each song; the juniors the second, sophomores the third, and freshmen the fourth. The songs sung were Christmas Calor, Holy Night, and Jingle Bells. Judges were Mr. Copass, Mr. Snow and the Rev. Geo. Cherryhomes. They awarded first place to the seniors, second to the fresh- men, third to the so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

BUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. Page Seven JACKET (Continued from Page 6) id Parades. ie MHS band went to Sul- ir Springs Friday afternoon, Dec. 6, to enter their Christ- '"Jnas parade. The MHS had the honor of leading the group of five bands appearing in the ver Smith, Anna Louise Shir- ey, Otha Dee Rape, Maxine Wheeler, J. Leslie Shelburne, Mary Lea Lindley, Marcia Mc- Clendon, Norcene Patrick, Hom- er Alvin Smith. Juniors: Gene Mallory, Pete York, Miriam Courreges, Paul- ine Dodson, Dorothy McDaniel, Louise Sanders, Virginia Shows, Evelyn Weisenbaker. Sophomores: Claude Bozarth, ide. They received many lpliments for carrying on B- A. Parrish, Morgan L. Willi- j^Without a director. The band ford. Ann Buchanan, Madelyn smbers and Mr. Prim, who Geddie, Peggy Patterson, presented MHS faculty, great- Freshmen: Betty Pugh, Cecil enjoyed the afternoon as Charles Sims. sts of the Sulphur Springs sns. Ward School Honor Roll. Low Fourth A: Alaine Aaron, its Enjoy Wei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 December 1940

i / ! Paere Eight The Sunday Record, December 15,1940. BUY IT IN MINEOl im ORPHANS (Continued from Page One) In music and religious educa- tion; its student government, its high-ranking football team, its choral club, all of which help to foster a spirit of pride in the Home and ambition to become a worthy graduate of it. Smith County Boys Arrested for Robbery John Seay, 21, of the Friend- ship community, and Robert K. Hughes, 23, former resident of Edom, have been arrested and charged with the robbery last week of the Jess Pool grocery at Carroll, located near Lindale in Smith County. o JOINS NATIONAL GUARD Ned Collier, assistant county attorney under T. C. Chadick for most of the past year, has resigned his post and joined the National Guard. Collier expects to leave December 16 for camp with the Winnsboro unit, Company K, 144th In- fantry. THE NEW HOPE P-TA will present "HILLBILLY COURTSHIP" , A Farce in Three Hilarious Acts By Austin Goetz *In which the hills grow wilder and wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

1 V" ' k Go yto Church everal churches of urge your at- tendance at any or all liheir services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD WEATHER TODAY: Partly cloudy with possible light rains in the extreme north- ern part. Continued warm. Eleventh Year—Number 38. -fr ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, December 22, 1940. ☆ ☆ Eight Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER Hawkins Awaits Its Second Producer I OF the best Christmas les, we think, is the yarn aut the lowly donkey and |t makes him so stubborn, of his ancestors carried mother of Jesus, to Beth- where the Christ child born in a manger. And ?er since this noble service the world the donkey has "come to have so much respect *|or himself that it has just Rurally made him stubborn. SHOULD be a happy Christ- in Mineola. Local church ittees will distribute toys, |t and groceries in Good baskets to the needy, of us have good health, jur country is at peace as passes its second Christ- it war. [oil fiel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. BUY IT IN MINBOLA! BOl THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas filtered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection «pon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. W. W. HARDING MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. TEXAS OUT-©- 243 Fined In November. A few out-of-state residents and Texans totaling 243 paid fines for violations of game and fish laws during Novem- ber, the report of wardens to Texas Game, Fish and Oyster Commission discloses. Hunters and fishermen were found guilty of a large variety of offenses and paid fines ranging from $...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

!UY IT IN JffNEOLA The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. Pajre Three ETTERS TO SANTA. CLAUS 420 Giles Street, Mineola, Texas. Santa Claus: I have been a good girl and I want you to bring me a doll that will sleep and smile and show its teeth and I want a train that will run on a track and I want the track to be 102 inches long. I want some candy, nuts and all kinds of fruit and you can bring the rest. Your friend, Vergie Lee Smith. 35 May your Christmas be as beautiful as the clean, first snowfall! VAN'S RADIO SHOP & & & 4£ 304 Newsome Stree,t Mineola, Texas. Dear Santa Claus: I want a pair of skates and blackboard. I want some candy, apples, oranges, nuts, banan- as and some other toys. That will be all I want this time. I want a Bible too. My sister wants a blackboard and some skates, a doll, and some fruit and some other toys too. Well, that will be all we want this year. I hope we get them. Your friend, Oneta Fay Herman. row, two little ships and a knife. We want lot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

T>age Four The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. BUY IT IN MINEOLA NEW 1941 G.E. RADIOS Give the family one of these new 1941 (f G. E. Radios for CHRISTMAS! Four-inch speaker, buil^ in antenna, de luxe full vision, auto volume control, Plascon cabinet, five tubes— $12.95 Mahogany cabinet, two bands, long and Short wave, five-inch power speaker; equipped for record-playing. Six tubes $29.95 Built-in aerial, five- inch speaker, Plascon cabinet, auco volume control, new visuacux dial, five tubes— $15.95 J. H. Sharp & Son t present. All are invited to bring their guests with them to | Sunday school and church. At ! 10:45 a. m. the pastor will j preach on "Where Is the King?" ; At the evening hour there will be a church-wide progrrm of music and Christmas features, Oh, gosh, girls, have you. participated in by all the de- seen the brand new car Bill i partments of the church. Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER of the four Leagues. The pastor extends to all Happiness and Goodwill, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

IVY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. Page Ft eople in the News Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Collins visitors in Dallas Monday, tiss Sara Frances McCain 2r Miss Felbia Weaver were Itors in Dallas Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Allen spent Sun- day visiting her mother in Ty- ler. Mrs. Gen Fisher of Jthica. Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. E. Dyer. Bobby Fisher left last week Cairo, HI., where he has jpted a position. Paul Smith is spending the Christmas holidays visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Smith and other relatives. Miss Ora Pritchett of Glade- water is spending the Christ- mas holidays at her home here. Miss Mary Boyd Herndon is spending the Christmas holi- days visiting her parents in Marshall. Mrs. Bruce Davidson and Mrs. Willie Robinson were visit- ors in Grand Saline Wednes- day. Mrs. W. J. Parr of Lindale ;s spending the Christmas holi- days visiting her parents in Mineola. Giles Lankford is spending the Christmas holidays visiting j his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. BUY IT IN MINEOl w 4£ & m V$L< n I- 3 THE YELLOW JACKET Published in the Interest of Mineola High School YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief _ E. L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. Wayne Collins' second num- ber! Oh, my! j Many pretty, dressed - up | girls (especially Mr. Prim and Coach Snow). Sports — Wayne Collins There is no greater joy than the spirit of true Christ- mas. May you feel it always. CASTLOO FURNITURE COMPANY Give Gifts for Warmth Social — Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs - Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene Patrick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. make it a ROBE & HE Class Gives Dinner. The third year home econom- ics class gave a dinner Thurs- day evening in the home econ- omics cot age honoring the Board of Education. A Christmas color scheme of red and white was used. The cente...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 December 1940

BUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, December 22, 1940. Page Christmas Stocking: - % \i m .* 8>al? HUFFMAN AND VANETTE The most practical gift of all—a box of our ex- c e 11 e n t stockings — sheer, clear and strong. 79e and & & & & Fair Dry Goods JACKET (Continued frcm Page 6) at both football and basket- ball. John Sewell, largest man on the squad, is 6 feet, 1 inch, and weighs 220 pounds. He is valuable to the squad in get- ting the ball off the back- board. This is his first year at basketball and he is show- ing up very well. His basket- ball should help him in his '41 football, so far as hand- ling the ball is concerned, as Coach Snow is planning to use him in the backfield, probably in the fullback slot. Other Jacket cagers on the B team who are seeing service are J. Leslie Shelburne, who played blocking back on the '40 football team; Frank Mol- nari, who will be on the '41 football squad; Billy Parker, a new junior from New Hope, who was out, for football ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 5 January 1941

Go to Church fe several churches of ineola urge y0Ur at- fndance at any or all ir services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD WEATHER TODAY: Cold, Extreme- ly cold with possible snow in northwest sec- tion. Eleventh Year—Number 40. ☆ ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, January 5,1941. ☆ ☆ Four Pages Today town talk by spec tater it WILL, no doubt, be difficult £ impress property owners lere with the gravity of the situation which now confronts them. With Hawkins booming as a result of discovery of oil, trading has reached the big- money class and the general idea is spreading that the time is "ripe" for a killing. And that very thing threatens ex- pansion here. MINEOLANS should not forget Jhat oil men and related in- , wsh*do not have to locate Mineola. An example of is the fact that Big Sandy Gladewater are already get- the bulk of the benefits, pcrtalmy exhorbitant prices rents and building space prove this contention. IY investor, property-o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 5 January 1941

Page Two Sunday Record, January 5,1941. BUY IT IN MrWF/vr.A , THE SUNDAY RECORD L SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK\_v. • By R." J. SCOTT i Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas ™ *" v — Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Vltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear : in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. LOANS TO BRITAIN. About four months ago it was held by some outstanding 1 Authorities that Great Britain has sufficient financial resources to sustain her buying program in America for the next three years. More recently this estimate has been cut to.one year. Great Britain now makes an outright bid for financial aid from the United States, with the statement that, whil...

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