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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 February 1941

and ActlTUI« ™*n\tuH'f, scho°' lal staa y !tudent e«t«- The YellowJacket Published weekly in thf Sunday Record in the In* terest of Mineola H5g* School. L«LOW JACKET STAFF *-in-Chief __ E L Hendrix efa' I?7s~ Marylea Lind- Russen °ee R*<*. $POra^HE<?1^rS Wayne C0 inS and J. Leslie Shelburne. Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs Jean Rule, Mary Gay Patrick^ar^s^e^> Norcene Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie 'Hughes. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, February 9, 1941. Seagraves. We are happy to receive these students and hope that they will enjoy our school. Page Three Ntwcomers. MHS welcomed more new- comers last week. They were Zeneth Steele, a junior from Talco; Modell Gregory, another junior, from Grapeland. and Fay Sammons, a senior, from Patriotic Assembly. This week Mrs. Willis was in charge of an interesting as- sembly program, which carred ovt a patriotic theme. First, Florine Mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 February 1941

Page Pour The Sunday Record, February 9,1941. BUY IT IN MINEOLA JACKET (Continued from Page 3) i^wlorn Column. *by Miss Nosey) (All replies are private) Dear Miss Nosey: What shall I do about my romances? These staff report- ers know about them before I do. Distractedly, Coleman Gordin. Dear Miss Nosey: I am not very interested in boys, but I would like to get a big Valentine box. What flSxrold I do? Interested, Ladell Russell. My Dear Miss Nosey: Girls seem to overlook me, even though I'm considered wy good-looking, could it be I'm so forgetful? Wayne Collins. My Dearest Miss Nosey: I seem to have my boy- friend where I want him; yet I don't know. How can I be sure? Hastily, Winona Tullos. Dear Miss Nosey: I seem to have no trouble getting girls, but keeping them is a different question. What's the matter with me. Yours truly, J. O. Phillips. Miss Nosey: I am very interested in your column and what it is doing for others. I am glad to say that I do not need any ad- vice. Sincerely,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 February 1941

' to Church eral churches of urge your at- lce at any or all services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 46. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, February 16, 1941. ■& ■& Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Everywhere I go I get jump- ed up about the Stack Rat- tler's column. They won't let me quit, so the only way that I see out of it is to continue the column. So here goes, such as it is. Boots Harding is the prize pest and has dealt me more misery about it than I can take. The guy who wrU*s the Lamplighter column also tooi; a crack at me. I reckon I Jiave started something I can't I wanta know who Ed overcoats with the at the Country Club Thursday night. He was indignant Irishman on jreezy morning of St. ie's Day. He was pick- 'em up and setting 'em right sharply, r.vnus over- t, and headed for the lost found department of the Monitor. That cold north wind would make a man hunt an overcoat and a jug,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 February 1941

Pagre Two The Sunday Record, February 16,1941. BUY IT IN Mtmbat.A THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas iteTed 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. Pictures the Weekly Movies Never Cot. oy PERCY QRQSBY twlrt — Any erroneous reflection tipon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. OFF THEIR BEAT Rep. Lon Alsup is credited with a sense of humor, else his public utterance on the subject of regional chambers of commerc^, which he described as "costing the taxpayer1- money" for "duplicated" effort might have sounded a bit daft. Actually, the regional bodies have no co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 February 1941

STLf®-and **>««« written?^ st®^t ^ lal staa student ed'tor- The Yellow Jacket Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, February 16, 1941. Published weekly to tfafl Sunday Record in the la* terest of Mineola Higfe School. ta,ge Tnre* Fitor-in-chief __ E. L ieral News Hendrix I lev ntv, MaryJea Lind- RusseU ®ee Rape' Lade SP°rft^HE^it0rS Way°e Collins nd J* Leslie Shelburne. 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. Attend District Meeting. Supt. B. A. Copass, Principals W. H. Prim and D. E. Brooks, Coaches Paul Snow and Carrol Robnett of the local public schools attended the winter meeting of District 20-A foot- ball officials Sunday, Feb. 9, at Wills Point. The district voted unanimously to support the 18- ifear rule with no semesters the football season of 1941. iis is the rule which was re- gale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 February 1941

page Four The Sunday Record, February 16,1941. BUY IT IN MINgor.AT Broad Street Church of Christ ffiMe School, 10 a. m. Stenaon, 11 a. m. lord's Supper, 11*40 a. m. Young Peoples Class, 6:15 p. Sermon, 7:15 p. m., "Quit You Like Men!" by Brother Ray- mond Whittington. Ladies' Bible Study Monday, 2:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. "A Welcome Awaits You!" You Dont Have to stay in a hot kitchen all day baking when you can buy Mother's Bread PIES, ROLLS AND CAKES AT YOUR FAVORITE GROCERY collins bakery POWER TO SPARE Is What You'll Find In Our RECONDITIONED USED CARS Each and every car is thoroughly gone over and reconditioned before we offer It fo sale. You'll find most every make at the price you will pay at our place. Look over our used cars before you buy! We Take Cattle On Trade-Ins. A. W. Fulcher & Co. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS PHONE 235 JACKET (Continued from Page 3) I must be as sweet as sweet can be, The way all the girls keep smil- ing at me. —Lamar Smith. I'm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 February 1941

®° to Church ^several churches of ola urge your at- Knce at any or all services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 47. -fr yt Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, February 23,1941. it ☆ Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER The time for the annual in- come tax headache has rolled around again. I got up about 10 o'clock, bright and early, you know, and headed for the post office to see the man. I figured I'd get the jump on the rest of the folks. Pete, the postmaster, gave me the nec- essary forms and I found the man in the cellar. He was sit- ting behind a table covered with about a ton of papers. I believe that half the popula- tion of Mineola was sitting in Circle out in front. I sat J out—and began to when he would call me. siii two minutes I had it out: my turn would about March 1, at the if was going, so when Rip got him all interested _ the financial affairs of the leaning business, I eased out, ecting ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 February 1941

Page Two The Sunday Record, February 23,1941. BUY IT IN MINROT.A Sports-mined University of Texas co-eds are disproving the old axiom that "girls are sissies." Entries in women's in- tramurals at the state school this winter—competitive sports between students clubs—have totaled 4,134 to date. Cofned beef is a beef pickled with salt, saltpetre and sugar. The salt and saltpetre cure the meat, and the saltpetre gives the reddish or pink color to the meat. The sugar is for flavor. It cuts the harshness of the alt. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas entered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Iltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. /- Yon ! Any erroneous reflection apon 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...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 February 1941

and Activities written*!)^ student ^T' «al stall dent edltor" The YellowJacket Published weekly la Sunday Record in Hi* terest of Mineola School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, February 23,1941. Page Threp >w jacket staff E. L. Hendrix lt<w-in-Chief '<>««]1 News __ Marylea Llnd- Rusaen "* Rape' SP<"^HI^lt0rS Wa Collins «na J. Leslie Shelburne. Social Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfleld, Norcene Fa trick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. T32*sts Florene Morrisdh, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Instructive Program Given. An excellent assembly pro- gram was given Wednesday morning under the direction of Miss Williams. It was in- troduced by Miriam Courreges. The first part of the program was a play presented by stu- dents enrolled in H. E. 1 B class. Don Smith was kind enough to assist them by tak- ing a part. The title of the play was "Madame Nature's Beauty Par- lor." The characters ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 23 February 1941

Page Four jacket {Continued from Page 3) • Winona is always satisfied *e£h everything. Mary Gaye Lester, Jean Rule, Itetly Jean Stevens, Winona Tfelfas, and Frances Ann Cole- T*utn were guests of Mary l^cances Ray in Tyler during «<eek-end. Robert and Ardell Turk en- tortained high school friends with a dance Wednesday night. Ward School Assembly. The student body of the Ward school was entertained by sec- tion A of the sixth grade in auaembly Wednesday. The program consisted of a duet by Margaretta Sheppherd and Sally Dell Bruner; a tap dance by Sammy Turlington, accom- panied by Wayne Collins with his horn and Miss Kingston at the piano; cornet solo by Billy Kennimer: song by Va- dell and Juanita Grant, and a one-act play, Kidnapped. The characters in the play were Gene Eowers as Rastus, Nita Horton as Roseblossom, and J. L. Thaeker as the hard-boiled sheriff. Following the play, the entire class ended the program with some snappy singing. Operetta In Practice. Some 200 student...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 March 1941

Go to Church iveral churches of |a urge your at- ce at any or all services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 48. ft ft Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 2, 1941. ft ft Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Lots of box cars are moving these days, with a noticeable increase in building materials, steel, scrap-iron and gasoline. Sloppy weather makes the rails slick, which gives all the brave engineers a headache. What we like most is sand good and dry, dropping on the rails in generous amounts, much to the disguest of the fireman. Those boys can put an ex- pression on their faces that speaks more eloquently than jds, especially with a south plowing on an east bound train. When I start id running I feel about ilar as a pole cat at a school picnic. Out r the fireboy's handker- ^and he starts digging at yes, and coughing and ig, then he starts fish- in his grip looking for the ggles, which he knows darn ell h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 March 1941

Page Eight The Sunday Record, March 2, 1941. BOARD MEETING there will be a meeting Wed- nesday night of the Board of Stewards at 7:30 o'clock at the Central Christian Church, Geo. Cherryhomes, pastor, has an- nounced. Mrs. W. M. Runnels and Miss Mae Dell Runnels return- ed Friday from a short visit in Dallas. o tfiooitor Want Ads Get Results! ikiy It In Mineola! DISCOUNT On All 1941GE RADIOS CLOSE OUT UNITED STATES BUY IT IN MlNTRnt At $49.95 General Electric Vacuum Cleaner now $29.95 $2.95 down, $1 week. J. H. Sharp & Son SWORDS OF TRADITION Mameluke swords are the traditional blades worn by of- ficers of the Marine Corps. To- day they are seldom used in battle, as the use of automatic pistols and changing methods of warfare have made them al- most obsolete. But the Mair.eluke still re- mains as a side-arm of the sea soldiers and is used for parades or ceremonies and on formal occasions. The fighting Mame- lukes, after whom it was nam- ed, were prominent in Egyptian affairs mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 March 1941

and ActtvlUes writtenh ,High School ial staff y Udent editor" The Ye (low Jacket Published weekly m tin Sunday Record In tAf In. terest of Mineola School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, March 2, 1941. Page Three ^ JACKET STAFF Jt-in-Chief __ E. L Hendrix ley^oth^nT Marylea Und~ ZJiba ^ ^and^x^ •"Wayne Collins nd J- Shelburne. Loul* Shirey, «iarm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs: Jean Rule, Mary Gay Patrick**^ ^artsfield, Norcene Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. X^Pfsts Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith. Elsie Hughes. Assembly Program Enjoyed. Mrs. Lillie was responsible for assembly this week. A very entertaining program was pres- ented. The High School Band under direction of Mr. Herod gave a concert. The first selection was the itriotic song, God Bless Amer- by Irving Berlin. This was wed by the Queen City Irch, by W. H. Boorn. After two selections, George inon played a saxophone , The World Is Waiting for Sunrise, written by Lock- i and Seitz. Next the Cliff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 2 March 1941

Page Four TKe Sunday Record, March 2, 1941. BUY IT IN MlNrant.A I THE SUNDAY RECORD t Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoftice at Mineola as second-class mail matter f under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. erf 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, 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. U. S. BASES LEADING US TO EMPIRE Those new bases in Newfoundland, Bermuda, and the West Indies are to be matched in the Pacific by fortified bases in Alaska, Guam, and Samoa. Five years hence these mighty fortified advance bases should make this nation's mainland reasonably secure, regardless of what new war techniques are thought up. Probably in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 March 1941

Go to Church « several churches of P ola urge your at- Ldance at any or all elr services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 49. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 9, 1941. Four Pa*res Todnv Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER We all sympathize with R. H. Rodgers, whose father died recently at Marshall. His Dad was one of the old-timers and was on passenger on the Louis- iana Division at the time of his retirement a year or so ago. He was one of the old- est engineers on the system and had many friends in rail- road circles. The golf bug has claimed another victim from among the ranks of the railroaders. Ed Albright has been complete- ly snowed under and is taking dead earnest. He is right | the verge of dealing us a [of misery as we follow the |ive ball over the rolling of the country club. I'm aid that he is going to be rd to handle in the very wir future. If I don't stop sing that ninth hole, I'm go- to have Clifford ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 March 1941

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 9,1941. BUY IT IN MINEOLA [Walker-Wicker Rites er Saturday' March 15 Thc I wedding will be solemnized in To Be Held Mach 15^ Clovis, New Mexico. . I The couple will be at home : Miss Alene Wicker of Amherst, in Amherst; Texas formerly of Mineola, will be- ! o come the bride of Jack Walk ! ' PASTOR a Record want aa! GIANT "SIX" ACTUALLY 6 Vio CU. FT. Only $I57?5 1941 MODEL M-6ij - - mjgp§^ REV. PAUL DAVIS THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas entered 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. \ny erroneous reflection apon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 March 1941

TSJ*e"tS ani Activities wr."nXastudft SCh001 lal staa ' d6nt edltor" • ^ i I ~ ♦ * The Yellow Jacket Published weekly in tin Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, March 9, 1941. Page Three fduate Achieves Honor, iss Janice Ccnley, 1940 hon- graduate 0f MRS, was re- r Pledged to Phi Theta appa, national honorary fra- ternity at Tyler Junior Col- lege. Membership in this na- tional fraternity is based upon high scholarship, personality, and character. It is an out- standing honor for a freshman to achieve. We congratulate Janice. DOES THE JOB -f) Coordinated RAIN-TRUCK SERVICE with 7 J&at TeatuteJs ^ Fast Overnight Service ^ Less than Carload Shipments & Free Pick-up and Delivery Q Frequent, Dependable Schedules *3* Express Service at Freight Rates & Courteous, Unexcelled Service ☆ Refrigeration Seruice-No Extra Cost For High-Clcss, Courteous Service, Please Call J. B. SELKIRK, Agent Phone 24 or ask any Texas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 9 March 1941

pa£G Four * The Sunday Record, March 9,1941. BUY IT IN MINF.ot.AI Jamestown News MRS. E. L. TAYLOR "Miss Lois Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ellis, and Harry Wayne Gardner of Ran- fitolpih Field, San Antonio, were traited in marriage February 27. The wedding took place in Tyler. Mr. Ed Ellis died Monday morning, March 3, at 9:30 fol- lowing a sudden illness, and was buried in the Union Chap- eJ cemetery at 2 o'clock Tues- day afternoon. Mr. Ellis was 63 years old. Miss Elsie ?>Iae Darnell of Providence is in the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Durose Darnell and has been ill with appendi- citis. Mr. and Mis D. B. Martin visa led in Gladewater Sunday. Mrs. Sam Kingston and Mrs. Nora Null visited in Grand Sa- line Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Kingston, Mrs. J. D. Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taylor were in Tyler Saturday. Mrs. Orville Johnson is spend- ing this week with her grand- mother, Mrs. Jim Hammon?, near Providence. Mrs. Ham- mons has been very ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Craw- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 March 1941

Go to Church several churches of [fola urge your at- aance at any or all ieir services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOJ) COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 50. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 16, 1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER The Mrs. has been teaching right smartly, lately, while the brave engineer's extra board has not been so hot. So, that sorta puts me on the spot around dinner time, when she comes home. Years ago I made a big error when I foolishly demonstrated my cooking abil- ity, so she knows I do a few things along those lines. I learned by watching my friend: Oscar, and others on many occasions around a camp fire and I kinda caught on to his technique to a limited degree. I When she came home at In the other day, all tired I hungry, I had a fine stew Bared, the table set and This pleased her so Hi she let me out of the W house, pending good con- pt, I think. What she don't know is this: I put some spuds on to b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 16 March 1941

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 16, 1941. BUY IT IN MINEOT.A) THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Catered 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. r Any erroneous reflection upon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. UNSAFE DRIVING IS UNSAFE DRIVING Efforts of the Texas Legislature to enact a workable drunk- driving law give promise this time of being at least partiallly productive. At the same time, there is no use making 3. distinction be- tween a man who violates safe driving principles because he has been drinking and one who does it merely because his ego...

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