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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

m MONITOR Thousands of Motorists Throng Roads To National Beauty Spots of West -\M;\DA MAP ESPECUM.LV PPEMfitO BY MAP DEPARTMENT or thc AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 2601 SO. FIGUEHOA ST. 109 AN6CI TS tAJHSAS /£ SAM 01 EGO V, Lw«xikAI.J TL GJLI- @ SAtiKIiZAu MtCHWtt 0 Kif!G Cr TRAILS @ DIM!". HIGHWAY (3) (M) AiLMNi... HA7KWA! WK5 HIGHWAY (j6) NATTQNA'.. MARKS - fil!Lr HIGHWAY I) 0U> SPANISH TRA1 NATIONAL OLD TRAILS (D ARROWHEAD ".'RAIL @MIOUNO TRAIL (D LINCOLN HIGHWAY <D BACfftC HIGHWAY 7) VICTORY HIGHWAY YOLOWSTONE TRAIL KOWTT" EWOKUJUIS A J o \'jc o Liu rtiUiwair wide world beckons and the. 1b answering the vocation New roads, new convenience^ **w services have made the United States almost as close ft wheel of one's car. Thou- and scores of thousands mo- all over the land are respond- #0 the travel lure. They are go- trom each place and in all direc- Mb I New roads In the far West this and improved old roads have praotically every national spot pleasantly accessibl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

% THE MINEOLA MONITOR * t', • ■ •*> '\-*X ■- ; . ■ . • • -V . , «tuuuHtauitMii;;!i<iiiUiMii;i{iiai!>>itiiiiiHi:mtit:iiiiiiiii HOLY CITY SCENES ODD TO WESTERNER Visitor Must Remember It Is an Oriental Town. Men's size $2.19 • ■ 1.50 - 1.20 Start him right •with o§!m§!!ifw& The youngsters get a real "kick* out of an Oshkosh.** B'Gosh overall because it's made just like the men's* of the sarm strong cloth. . 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 stockingsv 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 you try a pair? k f B. L. Chappell Mineola, * V Texas .. * ■ ' - ,qggjSjggB=g^=BgES- ■ JIM HOGG FILLING STATION Carries the best line of Tires and Tubes. Say— as 4. ' UNITED STATES and you have it. Furthermore; wc are at your service when you want that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

aay-'.irriBBtft W" f W ■ THE MP*EOLA WUN1TOH — gm Yet a Few More Days \ -|v. • % And that swirling, roaring storm may strike your house or business and tear it to splinters with everything a total loss. Lives will be en- dangered and wreck will stare you in the face Salvation Army Annual Home Service Appeal To Be Conducted This Week Protect yourself now while you have the % r'l; .. 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 IIUilHIUIJMIIllllllllliniinillllUHIillltlllllUUIlillillllllillliHIIIIIIIIi The Best Place 1 To Get Your MARKET PRODUCTS, FRESH VEGETABLES AND GROCERIES Every courtesy will be shown you. We appreciate your patronage. H. C. Blankenship MiNEOLA, ' > .f'W , TEXAS i Snow White Wash * | J THE PRIDE OF EVERY WOMAN / *'• • •.* .... • Bare your health, your strength, your good looks, and especially the Clothes., Do not wear yourself out wash day. Buy a good supply of 'E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

S0^WW: r.'pt " ■'•■-: ;'V".' ■' • * . ■■ , • ! 1 ' "K'- : ■ ■■■• ? ' " • *< • i - 1 - • ■•■ K*>i _ HOARD NEWS Well we are feeling better the rain we had last It was fine on golden Gleanings %f"™'*tother "ho18 . i Mrs. Cora Ezell of Cotton To determine to accomplish Wood spent last week witjh a certain thing is half the hat- Mrs. Ollie Ezell. tie, energy and enthusiasm are j Henry Dowell came near be- creative and for that reason ing killed Satuirday hauling farmers in this part are going ! gas line material near Hawkins, oi'ter Mr. Crab Gass with a1 just how the accident happen- "vim" that will lay him low. j is not known yet. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mohrer ,ome of the pepole lost of Shreveport, Mr. and Mrs. sral chickens as the rain so sudden. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Pulgham Friday night in Dallas. Mrs. Lula Haley and children Mrs. Mattie Haley spent Tuesday with Mrs. Lillianj ey. , i Mr. and) Mrs. Lon Fulgham Dallas spent from Friday | until Sunday in the communi- ty- Announcements...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

" 7 ,* ' THE MINBOLA MONITOR P' m & - I'j?- & V • . ■ Bar ',v ' i i?' ■ ^V- iM m '■: W ;■ \ Indian Chief Clings to Wilderness Home Near the spot where the Stars and Stripes was first unfurled in Wash- ington, Long Jim, last of a great Ia- «ian war chief family, is making his stand against civilization. The wilderness home of the war chief of the Chelan, Methow and Okanogan Indians, h:ta changed little since the first visit of Astor fur traders in 1811. Virtually the only concession Long Jim has made to ad- vancing civilization has been the ed- ucation, (in the white man's schools, of his daughter, Princess Jessie Jim. She via proclaimed Princess America II at the national Indian congress at Seattle last July and later an honor guest at Atlantic City. Long Jim took his present home along the Okanogan river on the Col- ville reservation after years of bitter struggle against early settlers and United States Indian agents. The old chief desired to live and die on the land of hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1927

, J "A ... :t ■ ' t- * rag ' ''' ' Vt ► ' H" . i .. <• - . .W" 'Jf§? • ••••.?.. -,A; r#T: / / • . THE MINEOLA MONITOR -■ . ■ •- - • -r '• . £-/ STOP. LOOK, LISTEN Young man! Where are you going? If you are one of the thousands that are drifting along, hoping for something to turn up, but not doing anything to help it, we can do nothing for you. But—If you are ambitious, want to get ahead, and are willing to pay the price, we can tell you how to succeed. SAVE AND HAVE MINEOLA STATE BANK Begin Wed- June 12 Not Special but regular price Ranhcf Revival To at Rapes Grocery. 13 lbs of UdPUbl AVCV1VcU 1U Sugar ,$1. ,T.AaT, i \_Ti — __ _ Bennie Beaird has accepted a position with the Magnolia Gas Compny. vCK* EAT MORE • -« BREAD <Set it made in Mineoia feesfc every day, by an expert baker. NUSS' BAKERY - Mineoia, Texas P3 m'm Harry Jones is now with the €5j$y Drug Store. -—*0*— Screen wire at the lowest at the Mineoia Hdwe Co. 'Bnddy' Mayer of Dallas was isere last Sunday. - *0* Notic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

HSPP# ~\ - / l X Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " Vol. 52. MINEOLA, W06D COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAYJUNE, 2, 1927. -B %7 SPECK TATER KM OIL PROSPECTS I'm neither an oil prophet nor the son of an oil prophet but nevertheless I am able to give my good friends who read after me, some cold facts and not prophecies. ' | I will state in the beginning that there will not bp a well brought in at the Shady Grove ! location. Why do I/Say this?' According to my investigations, j I find that this particular well j is being drilled in the lowest inland spot according to struc- ture in East Texas, This does not mean that the elevation at this point is the lowest, not by any means. Bnt that the under ground structure of chalk formation show definitely that this is the lowest that will be encountered in this section and I doubt if oil will ever be found there. - Secondly, west cf this well one finds one of thf high points in the chalk formations. Just where this p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

t IBB MDOOLA MONRO* Hie Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Kseola. Texas under the Act «f Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, . Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription Wood County $ne Year $1.0* Six Months -75 totsitfe of County. tee Year $1.50 Sac Months 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wM be gladly corrected qpon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and fee liability of this paper ife Suited to the amount of the consumed by the error in i advertisement. THE SPEED MANIAC Hie ,is a wonderful study, phs- *4mlagically. Usually in most matters dependable and as fkmest as the average man is. Bert there is one time when he « most dangerous, that's whey lie ts driving an automobile. This does not have reference to the drunken fool who takes the wheel and drives carelessly, bat the man or woman, (the latter is more brutal with spee<j than the former) who by with an apparent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

FF'S SALES Estate for Taxes Due Independent School District. ue of orders of sale ' - V.; • ' ' THE MPfEOLA MONITOB issued out of the Honorable District Court of Wood County, Texas, on the 11th daj of April A. D. 1927, by the clerk tnere- of, in the following cases where- in the Mineola Independ- ent Sshool District was plain, SPECIAL PRICES 14-lb SUGAR for . - $1.00 3-lb Maxwell House Coffee $1.48 You can save proportionately"©!* all your Groceries and Feed by trading at f p n a vis, cash grocery. Mineola, Texas m ive Your Cleaning and Pressing Done at Home And Keep Borne Money at Home 3BSSSSBSS .. I ~ service is of the highest type. Give us a trial. GRADY PUCKETT phone 241: We call for and deliver. MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT breezy hill spend the day. The best place to picnic: Here's it you will find there. Free shower baths, Free Grounds, Free Water, Accomodations plenti. Radio service. Shady grove with tables and line of Groceries, Cold Drinks, Gasoline and A Oil, Tires and Tubes: Com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

% ~ ■ Jt • ^SS-IJSSe?- 4 'l THE MZNSOLA MONITOR FISH AND GAME GLEANINGS Steel Traps No f steel traps may be set -bearing animals unless are placed on poles five NabGve the ground, is a . law passe# by a recent Kgsuature of Arkansas. The JtJ&ptixe Is said Ao be to protect kan<i reserve foxes for the Je v Fox^s may be killed invading henroost, and it ||'%dt a misdemeanor when tme is inadvertently killed by tfee (Jc gg. - .As a growing southern sport ' fcx hunting may invade the ights of trappers, and many Eoxes will also mean fewer lils, grouse and other use- birds No fox ever fretted because he had only one hole in ifrhich to hide, sa^d a physician lec- turing on the evils /of worry That may have bee# true be- fore. the recent T^xas Legis- dature took "Mf tile close sea- son on fox wesKof a line run- ning roughly from Refugio County on the Gulf to Clay County on the7 Red Hiver. Petrified Forests The most marvelous petrifi- ed forest known to man has just been discovered by geo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

x >€'V- > < THE MINEOLA MONITOR JldenglEAnings 3LDEN :.. :-t. i •.... • I know its hot weather and May "it seems _ for the past fpU seems to be borrowing from Sty 3 .(pile *s coming in with || force of • ^er Now I* the rain has let up some us ere worry'ab.< >t a drouth. Frankly we are not a weather prophet and don't know what to say, -but we do know its hot weather and May seems to' be borrowing from March; 'v ' v p--_. Several from here attended the Sacred Harp Singing at Pleasant Kidge Sunday and re- gj§§ Yet a Few More ! Days And that swirling, roaring storm may strike your house or business and tear it to splinters with everything a total loss. Lives will be en- dangered and wreck will stare you in the face Protect yourself now while you have the chance. A small premium will take care of your j property for three years. Insure now. —Honestly it's the best policy— Howard Lott Mineola, Texas port an' enjoyable time as the singing Wffir^good aricTthe /Sin- ner better...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

^w~ ■®38S> w 1 LADIES UNDERWEAR * M RSioswP&£ i sii 1 SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SUPS, SLIK STEP-INS i MATERIALS FOR SUMMER In Voiles, Organdies, Ra; R OR ayons. ESSES Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot, wear in latest \ / ^ styles and hose to match. I Special Prices on E Verythmg E. DC Scott s Mineola, Texas NEW HOPE NEWS ie health of the community well as usual. Griffin who has recently led from Oklahoma to is now visiting relatives this community. in Jordon of Dallas visit',- this community Sunday. E. Hasten and family, Way arid family were guests of Mr. JIasten and Sunday. 5s Opal McKiney spent iy night and Sunday Miss Bertha Dodson. J. V. Amoss spent Mon- night with her daughter W. E. Phillips. Homer Thompson and m spent last week with sister Mr. Pankeyy at Ter- Lamanick anj family her father Mr. Saxton *y. and Mrs. A. B. Hopper last jSunday with friends community. Bertha Phillips and teich visited in and near Sunday. week-end at home. Goldia Hasten spent last week with he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

3-m „ - , _ - -• — : -v^.-, ■.. -. *; ; . r. ■ - " ' " ■ , . r -<." " ' .. ' .. -V MINEOLA MONITOR . ^ HONOR ROLL MINEOLA SCHOOLS (Last term session 1926-27) .CENTRAL WARD SCHOOL. ISt Grade Allen, Benson. i ] Berry, Maggie Lou. Blankenship, Henry. Bruner, Cathleen, Corbet, JBillie Jean* Corley, De Lila, Fisher, Bobbie . Hearn, Josephine. - Kingston, Dorothy; ' i-fuJI Nicholson, Clyde. Parish, Thresia Lee. Pegues, Thomas Roberts, Perry. 2nd Grande Bobbitt, Oscar. Blankenship, Marjorie. Covington, J. C. Devers, Walter Ray Jr. Dowell, Douglas. Greer, Janice. Hartsfield, James. Humphreys, Pa\^d. Mallory, Eva. _ <* Announcing —REMOVAL FROM OLD BUS STATION TO— New Headquarters Behind New City Store THE SUNSHINE/BUS STATION DAILy SCHEDULE To Dallas 9:00—llA:00—3:30—6:30 To .Tyler 7:00—9 M—Vi:45—3:45—6:45—9 45 ToWinnsboro 7:00—11:45—3:45. Leave Dallas 6.15—8:00—12:00—3:00—6:00 J. O. WALKER, Local Mgr. I —Phone 55— - ✓ fe;. , lifi'' sbv- f F 16-in. G. E. Oscilator $35.00 12-in Oscillat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1927

HHr ' ■ ^ : - , vJ ■ ■ ? "• "■ - ■■<.■-"•" • • • ;, . -, :-•'■■ - - ■ '•■ -. f . C "• ' ' .> - :/■'$ " *' • m: - >i * «i ■',v «£ J * -J1 iifrj'-ililjl'ir M-I r • ' V '" , I'll?; .. ." I •l;]|l!r fi'i!i' i J 'mil!' • ' I . •• • Young man! Where are yqfc going? If you are one of ttoTttoaus^nds that are drifting along, hoping for; something to i nothing ahead succeed SAVE AND HAVE conveniences tricked ,^S yn~ ?■■#* MONITOR A CASE WHERE YOU LOSE IF YOU WW • - i ■ i 1 ' By W. R. MOREHOUSE Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association (Tims is o « of a series o/ aVt.lClM exposing the wile* of sluirprrs who are after your money ) EYrERY person who takes part in one of the many fake real estate raffles that are going on wins because there are no losers, regardless of the numbers they hold. The numbers, in fact, are only the bait to entice people into tv; r ~ the scheme. The raffles are what might be termed "come-on" traps to catch investors. If you have ever tried your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

r, * ' - ' v .$ '■ :. ammi |R^WnM|HI rJ$a . • -vV •:>' A ■ : ' . II % f m* riiM't' iii "iilf ; lift i V . }H .. .',- • W-'ji . . MggSg] A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOB THE PEOPLE " ZZT 52. MINE OLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY JUNE, 9, 1927. as NUMBER IS. TATER wag invited to the Lion's today and attended. While saw something I wish son in Mineola could The cordial friendli- las evident ^between fr this town . best I've seen in many a Su$& a group of men as banded together as they ! contribute the finest spirit is possible for a town to ley laugh, sing, talk 1 eat together each week and each other better. In lafaner they demolish a!! rd land animosity which ts in many towns and cities, become co-operative cit- of the same town and Will doubt make Mineola move r&rd into a bigger and bet- place to live, v • • • • predictions come true then prohecy of last week about te oil situation which I made already shaping itself into reality. Shady Grove has no jfw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

mmrnk mm m ■■■* / m F>i g * f."Y. ; ft :fev % V r\ ■ Hp m-4 ■ ____ k."■ \ ; *4 ' " ; ■. ; . '•■ "■ V ' ' in— ——■ Hie Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas.. Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of C6ilgress, Marches, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. Term of Subscription ' Wood County One Year $1.00 Six Months -75 Outside of County. One Year $1.50 . Six Months . 75 Any error made in advertise- ments wi# be gladly corrected upon being brought to-the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper ijs limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. m wm •-m v f 'oif.. j'd•' § BBSS t; | ■m / I. Jp %}:■ Hi; \f ii Wit! ?s !P*: *• MIRROW THYSELF The biggest talk about this town is oil. Great secrecy is being attempted among some of our good citizens as to where the " development will take place and where the 'play is being made. Shrouded and veiled at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

rsJmlfmm ■'•■ .•T;r}v' ■nH •m & ic dw. ] — *"« ■ "V X, '. * - ) ■ V -' • ■-■ |ft_ I MiwuM.i mwrmit \ 'X,' ' i SPECIAL PRICES 141b SUGAR for - - $1.00 3-lb Maxwell House Coffee $1.48 You cm save proportionately "on all your Groceries and Feed by trading at F P mVIS. CASH GROCERY- Mineola, Texas EYE-SE NUjGRAPE ORANGE —NU GRAPE PUTS OUT A NEW PRODUCT— ORANGE Demand it in the EYE-SE Bottle—Big Fellow GRADY RAPE Local Algen MINEOLA, TEXAS HOW THE PRICE OP COTTON IS MADE Everybody knows the price of cotton comes in at frequent intervals during the day, up or down. We are told "Sup- ply and Demand" makes the price and that is as much as many know about it. Every body should know as much wsst Keep Fit! Qood Health Requires Qood Elimination ^TpO be well, you must keep the A. blood stream free from impur- ities. If the kidneys lag, allowing body poisons to accumulate, a toxic condition is created. One is apt to feel dull, languid, tired and achy. A nagging backache is sometimes a symptom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

>■ > ■ !'■ '"'-I PI ml mmL- , "■ r-fci * «B|Ki . .(>. *■'• '■■ !; V I mt THE DELIGHT OF ALL LADIES • < « ♦ $ ♦ •♦• 3trit iing Family ' Holds Re-Union At Golden Home 'M. 8-5*55 SILK TEDDIES, SILK GOWNS, SILK SLIPS, SLIK STEP-INS FOR SUMMER DRESSES f In Voiles, Organdies, Rayons, Ladies' and Gentlemen's foot wear in latest styles and hose to match. Special Prices on Everything D. Scott Mineola, Texas Pppular Mineola Honoree At Pre- Nuptial Shower mim • V Tuesday afterifoon in the Beck'oam Hotel Parlors a social event; of unusual interest oc- cured and was attended by over fifty guests. It was a prenuptial shower given by Mesdames J. 'v'L.' Beckham and A. P. Buch- anan honoring Miss Katie Mae Harris daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. W. B. Dickson who will %eeome the bride of Mr. Owen IfcWhorter of Lubbock here June 28th. It was one of the prettiest affairs of the many liven to the young bride elect within the past wek. The re- ception rooms were lavishly de- corated with cut flower...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

m Wj&W W LMIJ1LBLM L ll_m ■ • ft £- fif'i, ff ■'; ' S|V ^ . h"- jf MJ ' V' ^ :.' -■ vf ,4gjgg&.f iK«RSj$, r'y?PrT--:r i 5 " ' : ■ ■: - ■- DR. ANSIEY REITCH DENTIST Nitrous Oxide Gas Equipment Office over Flynt's Jewelry m oirrtfA^Y He cteath angel came to the ie> 6i WV H. Moseiey on the 8thxdf Apirif at 2:07 o'clock and Called from that home W. H. Moseiey, age 65 years. He was born in Wood County, Texas, iNov. 3862. He waft njariied to Miss Laura Dyse Nov. 6, 1886. To this union were born eight children, six boys two girls-^four boyd and one girl are living, namely; Claxton and Oilff Moseiey, Mineola. Texas, David Moseiey, Frona, Texas; Henry Moseiey, Ring- land, Okla., and Mrs. Carrell of Lamesa, Texas; twelve grand children and many friends are left to mourn a loving father, "ii/ ■ v>w v+: *-r ^ -pi . '■ ■ ' ■ v-v. ~ . . - r - *jfev v>£,v; $* £y*.- ■ % ' A- rnK EXTRA! EXTRA! m* n: ;?<? n't 1<r f-A 5. •> K-V-U' YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS SEEING THE BIG SHOW-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1927

wm ■ ... . ■■ ■■ •:■ ■'■ t -T * t T8E MKPK0LA MONTT0E CONCORD Ek K The singing here last Sunday was fine. We were fortunate enough to have with us sev- erely destinguished snigers. Morgan Victory and wife of Dallas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ziegler. Travis Blackwell and sister Jeanne who have been attend- ing- school at Commerce spent night with his parents here. Mrs. Iris Goolsby is visiting ller mother here this week. S. Miller and family of Lone Ohk spent Saturday with their daughter Mrs. Jim Hayse. Johnnie Chaney of Houston returned last week. Supt D. E. White and wife attended the singing here Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cherry vis- ited relatives here Sunday. Miss Blanche Cash of Mt. Enterprise attended the sing- ing here Sunday. Misses Ellie Phillips and Ora Pritehett of Mineola visited here Sunday. Forrest Gunn of Pine Mills attended B. Y P. U. services Berp Sunday. Misses Maude and Mildred Loprue spent Monday with Mrs. H. H. Anders of Hainesville. ■ 4-0^ GOLDEN GLEANING...

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