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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

'yv<* r*7.7; . ■ * ■'- THB MINEOLA MONITOR GOLDEN GLEANINGS and own duties and lessons for us we must be ready for them. Cecil Robinson, who is attendoing medical school in Utah, came in Sunday to visit home folks. This is We should live today to the best of our ability and not put off any thing that rightfully belongs to the his first visit home for several weeks, present. Tomorrow will have its1 Mrs. Polk Lankford is visiting her When you buy John Deere implements you are sure of prompt repair service throughout their long life Two Features Yon Will Appreciate You will appreciate the advantages of the high, easy lift and the all-steel quick-turn tongue-truck built into the John Deere High-Lift Mower On no other mower will you find such a high lift—foot lift raises the outer shoe from 25 to 35 inches and the inner shoe from 8 to 11 inches. The powerful hand lift raises the outer shoe 44 inches and the inner shoe 14 inches—and the mower wili cut when in this position. The tongue ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

■e "> f" •* •wJI <■ y <V • <;. ■ ; ■ THE MINEOLA MONITOR POLICE FOLLOW : THIEF TO SPAIN SeekJBandit Who Rifled Mil- lions From Caches of ■\ Notorious Outlaw. Madrid.—There recently arrived at the Spanish capita), surrounded by all possible secrecy, several of the most , •state , and resourceful secret service •fleers of the Mexican government in quest of a millionaire bandit who, after one of the most daring strobes In the history of banditry, escaped to the United .States, and thence,'before be could be apprehended, made his way to Europe and presumptively to Spain, Where, with a reward of 50,000 gold peios offered by the Mexican gov- ernment for his arrest, he seems to be enjoying secure asylum. . For ten years a gang of bandits of the most! daring and desperate charac- ter, had terrorized the Mexican state of Chihuahua with extortion of ran- soms/ outright robbery and various other crimes,, including frequent mur- ders The, leader was Tomas Urbino, formerly-a; landed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

the MINEOLA MONITOR m .r f v 1 1^' J Bp' ' f i \ fe4l~ ri ' tm IN SMALL TOWN, iS ADVICE OF PRSE WINNER Young Dramatist, 1927 Pulitzer Choice, Urges Young Writers to Avcid Big Cities. New York.—Young Americans who feel the urge to write plays, novels or anything else worth while will do It at home if they follow the advice of Paul Green, playwright aud winner of the 1927 Pulitzer. prize play. , , They will avoid the Greenwich Vil- lage of New York, the Latin Quarter of Paris and such other art colonies which, he says, are poison to the soul of the true artist * "Stay in the small town to do your work. Don't come near the city," warns the young North Carolina back- woodsman whose play, "In Abraham's Bosom," won this year the most cov- eted award in the American dramatic field. "New -York has ruined more talent than any other city in the world," he declares in an interview to be pub- lished in McClure's Magazine. "I have seen dozens of young men strike out for New York to express their...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

f EM MH*EOLA MONITOR CANAL HAS BIG REPAIR PLANT facilities at Balboa and Cristobal for Ship Work Are Described. Washington.—The elaborate facil- ities for the repairing ot .iips ai Ihe Panama caoal are given in a bulletin ■•£ the Panama caual authorities. 'Itie .,principal manufacturing and repair 7"' located at Balboa, the L'acitic .sSermiiiiil of the canal. It is adjacent ft# an inner harbor, which has an area ?*afBcient ta permit access to docks, ".wkieb aggregate 7,500 feet in length, iiacludieg commercial docks, repair <3BSl*rver> and coating docks. A much smaller plant is located at *CKstoba!, the Atlantic terminal about one and one-half milc.-s from the tnain coasaeercial docks, a description of >the plant at Balboa follows: !EJie d«ck has a depth of feet over 'the blocks at mean tide. Uigh tide varies from 3 to 11 t jet above mean tide. It is served by a 50-ton travel- fog crane with an outside reach of feet beyond the center of the &©C£. Tins crane is also capa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

-• • -. THE MINEOLA MONITOR A^A A^A .;. Kodak Finishing V Send your films to me ♦|* for development. ♦♦♦ A. NICKS, ^ Tyler, Texas. CKK**!**!*4 t ? X T T LONE PINE NEWS The health of the community isn't so good at this writing. Mrs. S. E. Armour is very ill and doesn't show much sign of improv- ing. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green and fam- ily from Grand Saline spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Carring- I AM ton. Misses Sarah and Pearle Bryant visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon West Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Pauline Cumbie and baby left for their home Saturday after a week's visit with her aunt, Mrs. Clevie Armour. Grover Scott spent Saturday night and Sunday with Gene Paul Scott. Mrs. W. H. Rose visited Grandma Bryant Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. West spent Sunday afternoon with Grandpa and Grandma Coleman. Mrs. Jim Wood spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Scott. Mrs. Margrate Shirey is visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shirey. Minnie Wai'dlaw spent Sunday af- ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1927

'< i*; 3 ' ;i ,;V THE MINEOLA MONITOR , THE WAY TO SAVE —"IS TO BEGIN TO SAVE"— , ) . ^ ^ "^'r* " There is no otter way1—Nobody is going to come along with some patent device,, which will endow us with a nice bank banance over nigrt. • Nobody else indeed, can save for us. But, once we establish the saving habit in ourselves, that will be our line of least resistance, and saving will be natural— and easy. SAVE AND HAVE J "to MINEOLA STATE BANK JUST HUMANS By QET1E CARS ■■■■SS| *! Mtinmaiam .w , 0 VicCturd Newspaper SyndicaJe "AH, TWINS?" **" ONE'S A BALLOON!" HOT SUMMERS Make Bisquit and Bread Baking unpleasant. We Bafc« Rolls and Bread Daily. NUSS' BAKERY Vlineola. Texas i ftffV-«and Mrs. Paul Smith and son, Paul. have returned from a visit tf?" to Soutb> >Texas'. —■^-*1*0*1*— C. C. S frier, of Duncan, Okla.. Is here oft a'.JtoasihesH trip and is mixing amine? antlf his frier,dit, —■—*HH«-—- Mi'* and Mrs. ^H. C. Caudle of Port Arthur have? been visiting Mr. and Miies Catfdl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOE THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1927 NUMBER jjt i . ; SPEC klATER Mow's a fine time to plant that Fall garden. This recent rain has given enough mois- ture to insure sprouting. Get busy. "WE" "We'* ig the title to the book'; just published by Col. Lindbergh concerning his suc- cessfiil flight across the At- lantic to Paris. The book will probably be forgotten both as ftn, historical treatise and as a literary treasure but it can- be forgoten as a reminder of tha non-egotistical genteel states-man-like personality which he exhibited when na- tions proclaimed him a hero the money gods attempted to purchase him outright and in- dividuals fell down at his After all it wa3 UWE" that /^did it, as he said, and modest- fly retired from the scene. Which all reminds me, by (contrast, to some egitistical -^asss«s /who become puffed and self exalted, when placed in ■positions of honor. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

' Wr ^ v cK T* THB MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mineola,®Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 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 76 Any error made in advertise- ments wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper fe limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement, ' LET THEM PAY It is customry that when one incurs a debt, he shall pay. This is true even with the debt made in crime and paid by servitude or death of some nature. Saeco-Vanzetti should be no exceptions to debts. Togeth- er with their "Red" friends they have tried ;to elude the "chair" and beat the debt. Today the Massachusetts Cre- dit Association with the Courts as treasurer and Gov. Ful...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

■ I m vrogwm gut, When you buy John Deere implements you are sure of prompt repair service throughout their long life A Big Advantage on Rough Ground The high, easy lift of the John Deere Mower is a big advantage in rough ground. You can raise the bar high enough to clear obstructions in the field, and cut with the bar in that position, John Deere Mower The Mower with th« High, Easy Lift The powerful 1'00'i lift raises the outer shoe from 25 to 35 inchis and the inner shoe from 8 to li. inches. The hand iift raises the oute- shoe 44 Inches ar>d the inner shoe high enough to clear any ob- struction passed by the doubletrees. The John Deere is simple anc sturdy its parts are strong and long-lived i-nd its construction is so simple that a bev can operate it safely and do good work. you intend to hvy a eo s sure to sao the Soar If Jin T ?sre. win b° phased to show i„s many fiua oir " OS \? e ou any time. Clutch with 21 points insures in- stant starting. Special drif-; gear constructi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

n I r ■ ■ ( t ' wuimqw VTowtim ai *. s • TJESf TT" fortftfeai Stone Car - 1 in Old Indian Temple "When the Mohammedans invaded - the kingdom of Vljayanagar in the Sixteenth century, they wrought tre- mendous havoc on all the great'guild- lugs of that fereat eity, says a writer A' Calcutta paper. Today, as one rambles over it, there is hardly to be Been a structure that does not show WWence of the iconoclastic procllvi- tta the invaders. ■5t is interesting to note that olie of the unique structures among the ruins, (temple car made of-stone, hat ap- parently been untouched. This is the more striking as the temple, in the courtyard of which the; car stands, lias < 'fceen terribly treated, some of-^tlie fkcest carving in the whole city being broken and shattered out of all shape. <fhis car is to lie found In the vicinity «f the Vltthalaswaml temple, not far from the river. •Jfcfter first .appearance one Is In- . cltaed to think the car has been carved oat of a solid block of ston...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

.v. TBE MINEOLA MONITOR r* a, CAW) OPv'PANI^. We 'take1this/jttethod' of ex- - <^ur ' thanks to our friends • and ' neighbors' for kindness shown 'during the }ast. iflpess of. our. baby. ~ r ., Espec|ally do we thank Rev.j Walter Cannan for his kind- ness. ., , . Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Halley, ^Tnr •SSt-v-*? !; Absolute Confidence: ''HERE qrc three things you ; J should buy from houses in WhicH you can place im- plicit faith ^ Furs, Oriental rugs and gems—and gems, most of ah', require confidence. A diamond purchased in this house carries the assurance of genuineness, character and worth. FLYNT'S Je~w el era in Mineoh? for 51 Y earn TRY OUR DRINKS-THEY SATISFY Curb Service City Drug Store C^mp County n Sheriff Is Shot D. H. (Tuck) Carpenter, Sheriff of Gamp County, was shot in . the neck and back of .the ftead at Pittsburg Sunday night, about 11:30 o'clock. According to reports given us by Pittsburg people, Mr. Car- J penter was. seated in a room in his h.ome in the lower part of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

Prospects Bright For Texas Farmers UFonday's Government fore- cast -«)f an unexpectedly small catteu crop of 13,492,000 bales whidte sent the market up 200 points or $10 a bale, the limit in one day's trading, au- srnrs* well for Texas cotton .growers and for business in : general It parobably means the high- '^ast cotton prices since 1>«24, ~w!ieu a crop of 13,618,000 Jia) .fcj brought 22c a pound fSWloidiij* the sir nil crop of 10- JdO.OOO bales of 1923 which ."Iroiight 32c a pound. Pros- per is "for 20c cotton seem Biiiliter than for some time, .what is more, Texas is tocpecfcea to produce a larger itage of the '-°tal Amer- crop this season than for years p ist. This would of greab advantage to ' Texas "farmers should fairly liigfb prices iirevail as now -3jen% likely. Trade Greatly Surprised Thai cotton trade in gemr- „■ 1 hc.fi counted on a forecast t< 15,000,000 bales an,) when ae Government fuure drop- ped below this figure trading became anute. With world cotton consum...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I Kodak Finishing % ® Send your films to me m for development. A A. NICKS, fy Tyler, Texas. ^ NEW HOPE NEWS The health of the communi- ty is very well at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hopper spent the week-end in Tyler with relatives. J. 0. Drew of Forney visited I AM < > enough to want your business, and gentleman enough to appreciate it. J. C Russell We Bny Produce Phone 72 Mineola, Texas YOU ARE SURE TU Find us ready to lend to the motoring public the aid which they most need, We are prepared to ac- ceptably serve you in with the very best of— GASOLINE, OILS, TIRES; TUBES; GARAGE WORK AND BATTERY SERVICE. Infact everything that goes with an up-to-date garage. W. E. LOTT & SON EYE-SE NU GRAPE ORANGE i —NU GRAPE PUTS OUT A NEW PRODUCT- **• ORANGE GRADY RAPE his mother, Mrs. Fouse this week. Bob M)cKiney and family left Sunday for near Green- ville where he will pick cotton. Rev. Clyde Smith of Jack- sonville preached for us Sun- day at eleven o'cloc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1927

■> J . ' ' •fr.T-:-, - ' oft •••>! • "-T '•' ■ ;s ■ "t • • * r THE MINEOLA MONITOR August • j PRINTS—PRINTS One lot of 36-in. Prints 25c Quality 8>: 19c yd. SILK VOILE In Patterns to please you In prices to suit you $1.50 Value 98c ... IMPERAL CHAMBRAY STANDARD 35c Quality 23c > SHIRTING ^ Good Grade 27-in. Shirting 12 V2 Value 5c yd. HAT BOXES Large Size Hat Boxes $2.50 v - * ' -'• > SUIT CASES A Big Value At a small price 98c GLOVES Men's Canvis Gloves 15c Value 5c pr.. —CAPS—CAPS— $1.50 Values 98c $2.00 Values $1.49 TISSUE GINGHAM 36-in. Tissue 50 and 69c Values In patterns of the Hot Season 35c yd. MEN'S GENUINE B-V-D Union Suits $1.50 Grade $1,00 SUMMER UNION SUITS $1.00 Grade 79c 75c Grade t 59c MEN'S SUMMER PANTS Palm Beach and other Summer Goods 1-3 Off GOOD GINGHAM 32-in. In assortment of patterns 20c grade 10c DRESS HATS All $5.00 Men's Dress Fett Hats Going at ^ $3.95 Ladies and Girls Straw Hats Large size fall hats 75c value 25c TOILE DE NORDE GINGHAM A Gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

: 11 '• •*'" ::■* /•".< A NEWSPAPER, "OF tHE PEOPLE, BY THE i*E0PLE AND FOB THE PEOPLE* •'' -V • •«'. * -*5. 't' Vol 52, COUNTY, TEXAS, tHUKSOAtf. Al #vft fOT * "♦i'A t f Itffatk.,/,,; ,-v. it Prof Claimed■. Greatest PweJ . ■•••. ^ ,.. t .... j .#;>•; ' '"Procl Ne*twt>who is 'spend- • ; « V "* ' 'n ng the; .suflatno<;^n • tb.e Uni , ./vefcuty a$ -Aa-stta returned to 1 *■'- tite • many' of *? Wsfc- Pays A Visit Mineola, SHioday for a short '4fciy. sHo*,4Atefe Prof. Gopass a paragraph below' a of this article is repeat^ t.-.- «• *Fn - e<*r?' this necessity ? weir as- th'tf,greatest housei hold c6n^i!enc«t iii within the jpoiwer of the people of Mineola and it is ^ao within their pow- er: to pass.it yp as. seemingly they are determined to do. The little t.nwn of Edgewood only ' test week secured BOmethvug over one. hundred subscribers im order to get gas, and Edge- wBod is less than half the size of Mineola. Big San4y has secured tier quote of 80 sub- 1 scribers aiid the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

TBS MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor Published every Thursday at Mineola, Texas, Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 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 wil be gladly corrected upon being brought to the at- tention of the publishers, and the liability of this paper fa limited to the amount of the space consumed by the error in the advertisement. GREAT WORDS When Lindbergh landed in Paris and made a remark con- cerning "WE" the world mar- veled at his modesty'. But when Calvin Coolidge used the word "CHOOSE" he sent a thrill though the frames of many presidential aspirants. Great utterances are usually short ones. Abraham Lincoln spoke three minutes at Gettysburg and his words have resound- ed ever since a replica of true patriotic reflections....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

TUB lONEOLA MONITOR * ' v" ■ v\ I Since 1906 W. D. WILLIAMS Has served the people of Mineola and Wood Comity with the EiH ROCERIES Telephone 146 - 58 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE THE STATE OF TEXAS .. COUNTY OF WOOD. Whereas, by virture of an order of sale issued out of the SOLED AND HEELEO And yon have a pair of Shoefl almost as good as new—bettor in some instances, if just the new sole and heel are corsi yd, for we use only the hi grade leather in our work. E W JENNINGS SHOE SHOP You Might As Well Have It! If we spent that sum in magtzine advertising you would buy MARIVONNE La Beaute Francaise Toilet Requisites at the Regular Price City Drug Store Cor. Johnson and Front Sts. Phone 30 Mineola, Texas $10.00 Offers a Combination Package for only A POSTIVK GUARA3WEE Under our system ten original full-size MariYomte Product** packed in the original sealed faetory ease are offered to you for only $1.98 an^ the Coupon given here. TJhese products are scientifically prepared in our own la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

:P. vV • 0# * ■ ... *-,V • aii f . V' iffil • ••>• -' -r • • ;7t?Vv- • • : ; : l" ' THE M1VWOLA MONITOR -"rr t: dp#; TH)REK •* Pjp^pid^ntV.doo|idge' will,'' re- ceive' condonation at.' the, ids of woulcl be pacifists ^edWe.* that the- Psesi- it- act^a' hastily and unwise, p i& ifi approving a budget $&316,000,000 for national de- t, including appropriations ition, navy and army jM&fcoses. .same jpeople who issue Sueh' criticisms will be the ones to condemn the ment shoald war be: de- clared ' and the nation found j i.iju.j preparednessv The ap;\oving of this bud- rule ;ihe .sea and the.' "conse- quent collate'' of the ' £en f~* #=*—. X „ ..r C'Onferenqe: Paijaphra^'ng1 a. great # utterL ance. Amert'ca '"''ftais ' hot' -'o>nef cent for conquest, but millions i for. defense. • v-.m '4*Om& • For Sale: One Nesco Per.-, feet Oil Stove and one Hook- er Kitchen Cabinet. Priced, reasonably. Mrs. J. G. Chap- pell . Phone 76. lte> I .Vt- ' J' ' (*:• ijNeW Ladies'Dress...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

■fv *• ■■ill ii ym UNEOLA MONITOR '^' •"'was ,4i^Mkfct>Hi Mjaudfly. ,,, ;fVJ . ,i Kt Dabney \^ite.of Tylfe^ ' waa a visitor jn Miwote last MdftM « -MM" . Ivr "W 'r-'- dw * ti'^y ••♦*•■* Alarm Clocks TSc this wi>«ik. iy&Q V £ '! "'. -:XW !V >hi t apipreeiafe "knly,'^jirt of your gr^ify business. Also youf ' ^ream - 'biisiness. ' Rapes ♦'(JWtoy. •!,: ■ •-• ■ 'it i ; V-'m i . . -<*• -:. l >i j 0 $5 ute v^onfidencc ''HERE «*re three things you should buy from houses in which you can place iiu plicit faith- Furs, Oriental rugs aruj.gems—and gems, most of all, r^i^'re confidence. e£ A diamond purchased in tills house carrics the assurance of genuineness, character and worth. FLYNT'S Jevielora in Mineolf for 51 iean mmmmmmmmuwmwmwmmw oy Rogers A<Med ■"<* %r •vW-- 16 Monitor. The' 'Mineola = Monitor has within the last six months, adder two men to its regular, fore? . due to its .increase in Atwater-Kent Dealer f Att&wfc i . T—• ;,-t \ , . A state convention of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1927

b. WMJMBW TT—MIM m f " ■ >'tj£ c-- -v ■ 1$(P3S5f r-'SM €OLDEN GLEANINGS The days fly faster than a weavers shuttle but we will be glad when August is gone if the weather gets cooler. Grandma Beard of Winns- boro, visited with Mrs. Chas. Brooks the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellomy Mr and Mrs. Ernest Bellomy and Lee Alexander were Ter- .rell visitors Thursday. Mrs. Sybil Anders, Miss Novill Ayer of Amarillo, Miss , Lucile Persin, Idas Ayer of j McLean, Justin Ayer, of Mala-; -koff, spent last week with re- ilativ^s and friends here, Min- 3oIfc and Quitman. :le Jim Ray is visiting -wth Mr. and Mrs. John Bal- lard. Mr. and Mrs. Melton Gee Denison are guests of Mr. . and Mrs. Wiley Alexander. Lester Brown and daughter Bid Mnrdock of Goree are vis- iting ill and around here. Cliff Harrison of Mineola •spent Sunday with home folks hero, ! Mrs. Spillers and children xrf Grand Saline were week fend visitors with Mrs Lida 'Gibson. Mrs. Leola Massey aiM Mrs * Opal Wisenbaker of ...

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