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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR CONCORD Bro Alfold of Picton filled his appointment here both Sat. urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cher±y of Mineola vioii^-l relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Gladys Pollard was a Mineola visitor Saturday. Several of our folks attended he Singing Convention at Winnsboro last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Moseley of Mineola attended church here Saturday night and Sun- day. I Miss Mable Riech spent Sun- day with Avis Hartsfield. C3ngratulations to Faculty, Yellow Jacket Staff, Graduates and Student Body of Mineola Schools. efloAieri/ % .c. BEST KNIT HOSIERY "Best Knit" means vastly more than Sturdy Knit, it means style and distinction also. It stands for exclusiveness and good taste in patterns, in modern design and colors. It insures skill and conscientious care and thoroughness in every stage of manufacture. We have the following good numbers: light weight service silk 'reinforcing gole, mercerized lisle heel and toe following colors, Flesh, Blonde pair §1.9...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MIXEOLA MONITOR SOPHMORE CLASS 1926-27 re always cheerful losers but G<>t voitr 9c tomatoes ... - ? \ a cheerful lo =. The line | R^pe'g Grocery. game was different from j vO*;* iii'.e an' was as follows:' THE SCHOOL < ALEN Independents | Armistice Day 1 and Thanksgiving Holidavs, Nc at Wanted 100 cash customers at Rape's Grocery Saturady. .11 vOv- and Mrs. 7V jjone to Dal lie a. Barrett it< GIRLS "BASKET BALL '27" The latter part of November 1926, "Elma Van, coach, met with the High School girls of Mineola and a bas- ketball team for the coming yoiar of 1927 was organized. There was a large number of girls present at this meting and the following names were placed on the roll: Bartlett, Zelma Bogan, Alma Fae Bijooks, Elvia Bruce, Sara Bruner. Florence Oarswell, Ruth Carroway, Minnie Alice Craver, Marcella Huff, Abilene Hand, Ruth Death, Louise I Malory, Jewell i Moore, Dovie Lee Padgett, Florence Phillips, Montir.e Rainwater, Alma Lee Scott, Jiimmie I Tharp, Louise ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

SECTION TWO The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE'' Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1927. A,*1 NUMBER 9. Yellow Jacket Edition \ Commencement Week Program. In regular order below is printed the complete program of the 44;h annual Commencement Exercises of Mineola Schools. The order of each event is as follows: May Fete. Junior Majestic. Junior-Senior Banquet. Senior Oirc-us. Mrs. Cannon's Musical Recital. Miss Walker's Expression Recital. Baccaulaureate Service and the Graduating Exer- cises. „ MAY FETE Rendered by Central Ward School. Friday April '29 High School Auditorium PROGRAM 1. The Coronation of the Queen J< isephine Callaway 2. French Dolls Drill First Grade 3. The Rainbow Revel Fifth Grade 4. Handkerchief Drill Second Grade 5. Pansies, a Minuet Dance . Third Grade 6. Solo Dance ilyce Marie Vance 7. Red, White and Blue Drill First Grade S. The Rheumatiz, an acting song Third Grade 9. Japanese Fan Drill F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINF.OLA MONITOR *ta«r Mi* u &.Jr&bf '&r. **•«. Yellow Jacket Football Team 1924-1925 Basket Ball Team 1924-1925 Girls Basket Ball Team 1924-1925 The School Board and Who They Are. As the real pov.fr W'hbnl Un- throne stands the Mineola Sclm-1 Board, composed of seven of Mine- ola's outstamlinj; citizens—P.. L. Chappel], President: .1. 1*. Secretary; Dick Pendleton, Sam Jones. Mis. Kosa! Jinehannan. Mrs. R. W. McReynolds : Jul J. B. Whit- ten. ' B. L. Chappcll At the head of the board stands B. L. Chappel], as President, "which position he has held for three years. Mr. </happell is ene of the leading merchants and business men of Mineola. He has been a member of the Board several years and always has; the interest and welfare cf Minecla schools at heart. €- J. D. Harris The man who records every act of the school board from year to year is J. D. Harris. Secretary. In point of service, Mr. Harris is the oldettt member of the Board, now serving his eight year. Jim, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR PROVIDENCE ! Mrs. L. F. Sikes spent Tues- day with Mrs. I,onnie Prest- age. All the farmers are rejoic- Lela Mae Hammons spent ing over the pretty sunshine, j Sunday afternoon with Coy Mr. and Mrs. Auther Wil- Overstreet. liams of Union Springs spent Saturday and Sunday with Jim Prestage and family. Joel Prestage and son Frank of Lone Oak spent Sunday with Jim Prestage and family. I Tronpartmtt 'ot! I P ===. s <1 s< > ui t' 1 , iljUii •• • win1 because of Dependability, Fine Appearance and Economy — now the worlds most Popular Gear-Shift Truck! at these Low Prices! 1-Ton Tract: with Stake Body t -Ton Truck with Panel Bodv X-Ton Truck Chassis with Cab 1-Ton Truck Chassis '/2-Ton Truck Chassis AM price", f. o. b. Flint, Michigan Balioon tires standard equipment on all models Check Chevrolet Delivered Prices TSev include the lowest handling and financing charges available. GoO 755 610 495 395 The natic- 1-1- Cc~ Chev- rolet trucks is based on a matchless co...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

* THE MINEOLA MONITOR SEWING CLASS 1926-27 m GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAM 1926-27 „ _ ||o :;fK #-w isaaSl4^™s' K?". .«$ V -v.- 8? <• *$*:■ ■ MUSIC DEPARTMENT Origination Tho Music class of 1026-1027 origi- nated as the "Mendelssohn Club" with Mrs. Lake Cannon as dii'ector. The Club had a program the last Sat- urday of each month at the home of one of the members. The entertain- iment at these programs was furnish- ed by the members of the music class. Officers President Lula Little Vice President Dorothy Brooks Lillian Bobbitt. Willette Vandiver. Annie Louise Burden. Sara Dorothy Hart. Vendelia Vandiver. Betty Bryan Rogers. Tacy Brunei-. Audrey Faye Rountree. Frances Cannon. Marion Humphreys. Jewelle Mallory. Dorothy Brooks. Noble Collins. *Ov— Secretary Frances Cannon Treasurer Audrey Faye Rountree STUDENTS OF SPANISH ORGA- Reporter Marguerite Kine NIZE AND ELECT MRS. LAKE CANNON A Spanish Club was organized at Mrs. Cannon organized her Music, M. H. S. at the beginning of the Class in...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR CALLAWAY'S CONFECTIONERY Wishes the Students of Mineola, the Graduates of 1927 and the entire Faculty of the Mineola Schools unusual success in years to come and solicits a share of their patronage. We have the best drinks, smokes and candies. rT SENIOR s< SENIORS ENJ( 1 Friday evening:, 0 Good Dairy Products From Government inspected herds the best nourishments attainable. We handle nothing but high grade milk, rich in butter fats and proteins. We deliver twice daily. Jennings' Dairy i i Phone 61 Mineola TO OUR GRADUATES AND FACULTY and ALL MINEOLA SCHOOL STUDENTS We extend to you genuine congratulations on the completion of your school year. We futhermore extend to you an invitation to visit our store at ail times and especially when you are in need of SOCIALS 2XJOY PICNIC in}.-;, October 1st, at 71 o'clock the Seniors of M. H. S. ;rath-' c-red at Callaway's Confectir rary to, go on a picnic. 7:30 found a happy j bunch of Seniors on a truck going ' ~ ; At al...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Wood County Towns Furnish Graduates. T* attest tlsr popularity of Mine- ♦1m High School, if is found that Btsijr students from other schools aww* here to finish their high work before going to College. In recent years many students have cent to us from neighboring towns. Qukucaji heads the list with 21; GnWra is a close second with 15; Ha-wtins. 11 and Alba. S. In addi- tion to these many come to us from thi? rural communities and spend fr«a two to four years. The year Jr. wMch each graduated may he Uewral. elsewhere in this section. Quitman Sheltcy Horton, Bessie Butler, Har? Harris. Itobbie Low. Lorene Stamnan-. Gladys Macon. Lois Mar- tin. Tholnui Morrison, LI la Bobbins. Gerald Williams. Annei Ruth Brit- ten. Donav<m Jones. Beulah Malone l^yc Parker. John Henry Williams. ^ESsse- Bent on. Kathleen Hart, Jew- sCi Taylor. Norman Wright, Connie lluy Crofford. Gladys White, Golden Faircss Clark. Fa ye Shirley. Ben- we Cathey, Verna Worthy, George BesriL Floyd G...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE MINEOLA MOMTOR this coupon/ put ?..• 4 Mg ■ A FEW MINUTES spent in studying motor car ZA values before you decide on your new car may J* save you many dollars afterwards. That is why General Motors wants to send you a finely illustrated little book about the great General Motors Proving Ground where cars are proved by day and night tests, and values are absolutely estab- lished. Every car owner should have a copy of this free book because it tells what points to look for Jn selecting a car, and how to make comparisons. With this really interesting book, which will be sent free as soon as you fill in and mail the coupon, we want to send you illustrated booklets about the General Motors car which suits your purse. You know these cars; all are famous. But did you know that they are all made by General Motors? Did you know that General Motors, by building more than 1,000,000 cars a year, saves millions of dollars, and how these savings are passed on to you in better value, longer li...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 May 1927

THE y/iyw—( Continued from page one. SL Roberts, Delia, Mineola, Tex- as, Teaching. 26. Shirej*. Faye, Dallas, Texas, Jfarse Baptist Sanitarium. 2SL Stephens. Ruth, Ben Wheeler, Ttoras. 3RL Stripling, Grace, Denton, Tex. 2SL Tharp. Kathleen, Mrs. A. C. Mineola, Texas. 3®. Tandiver, Mamie Lee. SL Williams, John Henry, La- st. Worthy, Verna, Mineola, Tex- as. Utecchiag. 32. Wytie. Porter. it. Yancey. Elizabeth, Mineola, Senior Class 1924 3. Aaron. Raymond. New Orleans. SMriUuuia. 2. Aston. Wei don, Dallas, Texas. 3. Stilton, Klise, North Texas ,®a«£iers College, Denton. C Began, Ons. T. Jr., Mineola. SL Bowdoin. Allen, Marshall, Tex- as, Western Vnion. CL B&wdoin. Arthur, San Au- ftnik. Texas. X. Brrraor. Carl, Mineola, Texas, •teoramce. X Btyari. Mary, C. T. A. Junior. Carter. Alta, Mineola. ML Copeland. Albert. Tyler, Tex- as. IX Cowan. Mary, Mineola, Texas. UtaiBing. 12. Cowan, Mildred, C. I. A. Ju- T3C.DicfcsoiL Homer, Magnolia Gas VSk M. Dodson; Bertha. Mineola. 15. English. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

V The /Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOE THE PEOPLE" "V«L 52. • ■ MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, ~ i ' '«■ . - THRUSDAY, MAY 19, 1927. NUMBER 10. SPECK TATER m 11 1# f- £ I THE NIGHTLY WATCH While Mineola sleeps there is one figure that the people think little of and that is the nightwatchman. Each night from time to time he goes about to each bus- iness house and makes an ex- amination of the premises to see that all is well. Ordinarily he runs no risk in endanger- ing his life but there will come a time when he will no doubt have to face the barrel of a gun in defense of th- jipperft- to which he has been entrusted. That is the real test and.Mineola believes that her watchman will meet the real test and with calm and courage. To many people his work looks simple and at times it may be but he has been placed there to meet that crucial "moment when fire breaks out or when some establishment is . being looted. He is on his post each night for the welfare of thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

I■TW&rwfV*: ■-$! ■'- ' - -. r-#' t-w^. mm^m "j? ' -< THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas. Entered at the postoffice at flteeola, Texas under the Act ml Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Tevm of Subscription Wood County •toe Year $1.00 SBa Months 75 of County. •Year $1.50 Months 75 Any error made in advertise- wii be gladly corrected being brought to the at- _jn of the publishers, and Bafcilitv of this paper ie sd to the amount of the consumed by the error in the advertisement. CHERISHING HIGH IDEALS 'The Monitor does not and will allow itself to mis- sent anyone knowingly should any person point out to this paper an error widch might have been made, it wffi gladly set the public right for him. The Monitor is the ■ervant of the people and pro- poses to represent them in the best capacity possible. It stands as the mouthpiece of the good people of this section and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

THE MOiEOLA MONITOR lERIFF'S SALES il Estate for Taxes Due >la Independent School District. virtue of orders of sale out of the Honorable .strict Court of Wood County, _ axas, on the 11th da> of April A. D. 1927, by the clerk tnere- of, in the following cases there- in' the Mineola Independ- i ent Sshool District was plain, * tiff, said cases being nos. 5693 2, 5695, 5696, and 5705, res- stively, and against the sev- il parties named below as defendants respectively, and to me as sheriff directed, and de- llivered, I will proceed to sell, ! for cash, within the hours pre- | scribed for sheriff's sales, on | the first Tuesday in June, A. D. 11927, it being the 7th day of I said month, before the court- ; house door of said Wood county jin the town of Quitman, the | following described property, to , wit: I No 5693.—Situated in Wood County, Texas, and in the town of Mineola: Part of the J. E. | White survey, bounded as fol- j lows: Beginning at a point 60 ! feet. N. 15 52 E. fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

i*v 4" *>> ?* . • ■-; . - -v • ■ -- . .• ••- .• '• - - „ - . V' • "! Wtw THE MINEOLA MONITOR H |t> I- [£> g?< SPi Ipr p* Ik *ia; ill ~ TOYS Men's size $2.19 Youth's - -1.50 [Boys1 1.20 Start him right with QSHKOSHjfl'GOSH The youngster^" get a real "kick" out of an Oshkosh B'Gosh overall because it's made just like the men's, of the same strong doth. That last part is what pleases mother. The tough Oshkosh B'Gosh denim means less mending. The wear comes on the overall, not on the pants or stockings, and Oshkosh B'Gosh overalls are built to stand it. They are absolutely guaranteed to give satisfactory service or a new pair free. That applies to men and boys. Won't }fpu try a pair? Last week's Monitor left out my congratulations to| Ithe Mineola Schools, The Faculty, The Trustees, The| ! Graduates. Here they are! Good Luck Now § jand Through the Year's to Come. | B. L. Chappell J Mineola, ou Want to Help? □ . —■ cat group of Mississippi flood victims—a family of Ifhta t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

w - b Li AM THE" MINEOLA MONITOR Yet a Few More ; Days i And that swirling, roaring storm may strike j your house or business and tear it to splinters | with everything a total loss. Lives will be ea- | ac dangered and wreck will stare you in the face, j Protect yourself now while you have the | chance. A small premium will take care of your | property for three years. Insure now. —Honestly it's the best policy— | Howard Lott Mineola, Texas HiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiii^ The First Birthday Celebration will be held by the SANITARY BARBER SHOP of Mineola FRIBAY MAY 2BTH One year ago on next Friday this shop started | business and has had a successful career due to the | good will and courtesy oi the people around Mineola. | It desires to thank all customers for their patronage | and requests a continuance of the same. This shop 1 stands ready always to serve the publft kn every j possible manner. 1 L. T. Sanders, Prop. | m [[iin',iiimiiiiiii!iiiniiiii!>iniimiiniii'!mii;iiii!ii!iiiin.iiiii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

V • r " './ '■ " ';iv "'- THE MINEOLA MONITOR ss THE LEADING CLEANING AND DYEING HOUSE ! N EAST TEXAS HAVE ADVANCED 100 PER CENT WITH ONE LEAP. We have just doubled our plant space by teasing the adjoining building, and have recently added an improved type of drying tumbler, enabling us to dry "by air all gar- ments we wash and clean. This process is as near perfect as we oould obtain. Do not fear that your woolens, flannels, silks or the most delicate wearing apparel will be shrunk; shrinkage never occurs in this new air dryer. Also, we were the first to purchase a Bows- er Clarifilter in East Texas. It turns out the quality of work necessary to make our business grow. It cleans without leaving streaks or odors. Keeping abreast with the times we have installed gas fuel, which insures against soot or smoke. You have Never Had Such Quality Before. Anything you send to our plant will be cleaned beautifully and returned to you fresh and sweet smelling, so pleasingly re- freshed that yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

Mirftiffik I Wf^wasms^ ¥&$3$t£l. '■;y - •: .x«;- . .' • >.. THE MINEOLA MONITOR YELLOW JACKET STAFF : -w+ xM'- IP; * Sponsor Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor-in-Chief _ Social Editor Athletic Ed; tor Mrs. Fred Steed. Abilene Huff Lula B. Kingston Ruth Carswell Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Sub-Freshman — Leon Aaron SPECIAL CLASS REPORTERS Louise Thorpe Francis Cannon LuIa Little -■ Veudelie Vandiver Edna Mae Kingston BASKETBALL BOYS The Basket Ball season for 1927 was quite a success. They were able to enter the finals against Alba for the County championship, but Alba defeat- ed them. They lost three games out of seven played. The following are the games and score of the basket ball season. Mineola 21 Mineola 21 Mineola 18 Mineola 11 Mineola 40 * Mineola 18 Mineola 16 L'j the basket ball court and made an excellent captain. All M. H. S. loves her because of her smile which she always has with her. Hilda Enkel, is one of M. H. S.'s honor graduates for thig year. She is an ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 May 1927

PB W THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■A an was editor-in-chief of the Yellow Jacket. She is now a sophomore at Simmons Univer- sity, Abilene, Texas. SENIOR HEARTS ACHES Though the lower classes can't understand it, the Sen- iors are beginning to realize that the time of graduation is not all fun. The old saying, "High School Days ai9 the Best" is beginning tD really mean what it says. High School life ts not made During her high school days,! up only hardships and mis- *ke found time to take part (fortune bui, many havpy m- m many school activities as cidents are scattered through- wer ms make good grades, out the entire tidr. % of High Jtormg her senior year Mari- J School life. YELLOW JACKET Continued from page seven. MARIAN MCREYNOLDS MAKES STRAIGHT A S According to the registrar s aeport, Marian ^tc Reynolds made five straight As in her mil hi at Simmons University the last semester. For this record we are very proud. Marian graduated from Mineola with the class of 1925. STOP. LISTEN Young ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

Vol. 52. &m SPECK TATER m BRANDS AND FORESIGHT In the scheme of creation the Great Almighty no doubt weighed carefully the results of creating all men just alike both mentally and physically Had it been such, this world would be in a jumbled state of affairs. One man's child might be taken for that of another, one's husband for a- ncther and one's wife still a- nother's. The only manner of distinction would be in the brand that one would natur- ally have to wear. Upon birth of a child a father and mother would inmmediately place the faniiy brand upon the inf>nr Tnis brand vyouli be hau^d down from generation to gen- eration • and* the family would ever be' kept in tact and the lineage accurate. If the child should be a girl then when she became of marriageable state she would have to be branded 'with her husband's brand. She would lose her identy as a member of her own family. Family trees would be re- counted by insignia instead of family names. For instance, the man's name ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

p i t VvM'iJL. I 1 ',$ K" •' m Sfeite'-, P P| # V i- - •r ■■(. ■' • . < . • ' - • ■ ! y -.fv • ■ :: ' ' IK - THE M1NB0LA MOMTOR ■ ■■ n HM———IMM ' - i:i|? Vrr^.S: The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mkieola, Texas under the Act of Cppgress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Editor-Advertising Mgr. Uerw of Subscription County rYear $1.00 Months *75 of County. tee Year $1-50 «r Months .... 75 Aftgr error made in advertise- i wM be gladly corrected fteistg brought to the at- ..jn of the publishers, and fiability of this paper ije A to the amount of the consumed by the error in s advertisement. HONOR THE DEAD ThosasiTrhafhave ppssed into\the fontg possible care not what we who are behind do. It be their desire, were it for us to know that we dedicate Ourselves to fke Irving: and to living all flow- ers should be given. That would laterally be the desire of those v£k Jtawa passed this way. The heroes who have fa...

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