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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1927

• a * >-m ■i . ft' : W\ 1 % ) ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR URTMREPORT OF , c WOOD COUNTY '' * w J ' The following births have been re- I carded with county clerk in Quitman dating from September 10th to Octo- ! ber 10th. S. P. Moseley, boy; Lee Brown, girl ' Jesse Smith, boy; Arthur Harris, girl; T. Russell, boy; of Quitman; Boss Hudgins, boy; Gordon Williams, boy; A. B. Prother, girl; Aaron Chap- man, boy; Lavell McCook boy, E. E. rtKgerald, boy; Jno. Hudgins, boy; E. Poster boy; Rufus Barton, boy of Alba; J. R. Greer, boy, of Rhones- boro; Clyde Sells, girl; T. J. Burch- field, girl; A. A. Russell, boy; W. Z. Turner, girl, of Peach; Clarence Jackson, girl; J. L. Pearce, boy; Mc- iMurty Norris, boy; W. L. Norris,, (girl; V. S. Hala, girl; C. DuBose iColeman, boy; E. Carpenter, girl all of Mineola;L. R. A Id ridge boy of ICrow; and O. J. Hammock boy of [Linddale. MQGM 'FAT™ tADYVB KILL The readers of the Monitor have been seeing the advertisement of J. C. Russell Grocery for the past fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1927

V*-V'- - mm -''h ■i ' ■F iV EWf i; X \ 'I ' * HE MINEOLA MONITOR :. i .; 'i ' If'.:' ft i, , -L Pietists. ♦This religious sect was also called •"Separists." It -was a sect of the Lutheran church whirh pr forred private to public worship. The found- er was Spencer of Leipsic and his home was called "Collegia Pietas," becausc his disciples met there. Orrlained clergymen had no marked precedence and anyone was pes .nitted to address the assembly, as among Quakers. Yoif* new Hat has just ar- rived at Maellets Store. Finland. Finland occupies about 144,000 square miles of territory, of which 125,689 squ.ive miles are land. This territory, which is slightly larger than Norway, has a population of only 3,084,000 people. It is said that il- literacy is almost unknown. /X •- -a - , -4 ' & ' ■ f-l \ '$>■#*? i j &&■•/* * ^• - \ ■ - ■ . «* i \ :V mh . vj :i\ ■*&&£'■ *-■ • * ^ ^ ' V* •: " ^ J "-\Vv..' . .*y H a .i.-T-n cupitir, c.r * •. -* Oy rupap.o. Goes on Diet, Loses 3...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1927

RSI ;&V m' I ft- ' V. v p Kir T:. ■ , jg ' ■ Mi! I jff- t iSffe . - m: m '*6tp # ' . ■ , " . ' ' ' v V. . ' ' - V ' ^ . >y -' v:• ■ V :■ ■ ■ , ■ <;• . >, 'v / '? >%'?■ 4 THE MINEOLA MONITOR HOARD NEWS Wehad a very pretty week. Came a rain Friday which off- set cotton picking for a few days. Mrs., W. T. Hooks returned home Sunday from a week's visit at Horatio Ark. The health of the communi- ty is fine I believe. "I agree with George White s that Luckies are the best" atei Said Flo Brocks to Lou Holtz while waiting for their cue to appear in "Manhattan Mary." **00: 1 You, too, will find that LUCKY STRIKES give .the greatest pleasure—Mild and Mellow, the finest cigarettes you ever smoked. Made of the choicest tobaccos, properly aged and blended with great skill, and there is an extra process-^—"IT'S TOASTED"—no harshness* not a bit of bite. Fboto by O. Mafl'ard Kenlert George White, Producer of George Whites Scandals, writes: "In the theatre world, Luckies have become ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1927

, wl1 irx - _ -. .„• . i - 7 -'"41 : I i^flH mm. i 3 m A i . SATISFACTION X I The sole object of tfye service rend- ered by the Mnieola State Bank is to satisfy its customers. For twenty i •. years this bank has offered a Safe Place To Bank Your Money and more Sound advice concern- ing investments and accurate in- r ^ formation about business condi- t .4,.. ... tions. . OUR FRIENDS have been responsible for our, growth and success. It's a plea- sure to serve you. WEOU STATE BANK ut> 11 .t* St' K nt ' New Edison Madsa light globs atj Have your sallow complection and 'Warren's Variety Store. 1 liveT splotches cleared up with a mar- * ~I~0~r j enello facial, and bleach at the Home KT €90 Hats! 500 Hats! Where? At I Beauty Shoppe phone 124. The Enterprise of course and they | N *KM* -jure, the last word in style, qquahty j Silk Dresses Galore! a special fea- and price. ! ture. A grouping of $9.95. Other I special dress features for October Don Play Boy Suits: for dress wear! Sales|. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

immm % Oscar 1-29 jS;C, .-,. •« / r. ^ - -. • I AAA . .. i ^ • f ■, A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vcl. 52. IIINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 20, 1927. - - V* NUMBER, 32. V*— * * • • * SPECK TATER ;/ 7 ACTUAL FACTS Today's Monitor' carries a«?story of the building activities which have been under way in Minep'la the past six months. The, amount• expended during this period totals very con- servatively $1,250,000, which is mar- valous considering that there are only 3000 people in this town and BIIIIDIKG IN MINEOLA PAST SIX '. MONTHS RUCHES £1,250,000.00 E J™ «<WLE .EXPECTED :Wer< i Unprecedented in thfc/history of this little city has .been the construction of homes, business houses, roads &nd industries within the past six months. Never' be- fore has such an Outlay of capital been evidenced here in such a short time. Modern homes, remodeling of business, houses, building of large { and new structures* for old and new concerns...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

mm WW v-; life! W i yj* IP .•i~ y|'I; 1 111 Pii 1' *T 9ke Mineoia Monitor Mhteoia, Texas, Published every Thursday at Entered at tbe peetoffiee at Hnieob, Texas under the Act at Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Editor-Advertising Mgr. JUDGE PVCKETT CHARGES JOHNSON MISINFORMED **E wmrnu MCWWB -s~ JUDGE PUCKETT REPLIES , Special attenntion is called this week to an artiele in this issue of The Monitor by H. V. Pockett, Coon- ty. Judge of Wood . County in which he replies to Hon. Cone Johnson in ayuAi to a recent state went given mmi by Mr. Johnson concerning the load fund and allotment of this coUn- iy. /' - , ——+04" . PROSPERITY The best indication of civic growth Is reflected in its building probram. When citizens invest their savings of years in real estate in the town Where they live they evidently show confidence in the future develop- ment of that town. Especially is this true where the old time citizens make these investinients. If any set ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

mm SPf i# mm .Mm rirfef NO. 565 CIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF •CITATION ON APPOINTMENT ; OP TEMPOARY ADMINISTRATOR THE STATE OF TEXAS fflt MMI8L4 STATE BANK At Mineola, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 10th day of October, 1927, published in the Mineola Monitor, a newspaper printed and published at Mineola, State of Texas, on the 20th day of October, 1927. I RESOURCES Loans and discounts, undoubtedly good on i personal or collafcerial security - • ! Loans secured by real estate, worth at least w'1 - twice the amount loaned thereon Overdrafts, undoubtedly good Bonds, stocks and other securities (Mineola and Golden School Bonds, Etc., . Real Estate. (Banking House) — Qther Real Estate ... — Furniture and Fixtures * Gash on hand - .1. Oue from approved reserve agents thterest in Depositors' Guaranty Find Assessment Depositors' Guaranty Fund Acceptances and Bills of Exchange, undoubtly good ... M:' TOTA3 LIABILITIES Capital Stock _j— :i— Certified Surplus F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

-i - v:?Sf - - < J?W '■ • v ' yf n ifM . , Kf> ,i,,, „ '*4 T® V-;*Sl • immm. 8&£BH mmmmi .^Wy" "W:" — THE MINEOLA MONITOR teS*; Up-to-Date Americans WU1 Not Be Fooled And shoppers today know the value 1 of good Dry Goods. That's what | you will find at our store: new and | stylish Dresses, Shoes, Hats, Piece | Goods - and everything for the 1 family. - ■ •• A- v'f open cages reveal the rarest oif wild animals and the merry clowns and' the many bands of music, the tooting caliopes and, the wonderful display of horses will make the day one to be remembered. Christy Brothers Trained Wild Animal Show will exhibit in Mineola, on Tuesday November 1st. giving two performances at 2 and 8 P. M. doors open one hour in advance. E. D. SCOTT MINEOLA TEXAS I *0* New and second hand gas heaters and ranges next week at W. B. Kitchens. — vOr ' JERSEY COW FOR SALE:— second calf $50 c&sh gets this bargain. Also Jersey bull about N. T. Ring, Mineola, Texas Route 4 3tc 31 A girl of sixteen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

iSBH v V' V*'! , X yM\ tt. ' // \ '." P S -■ ■ >$p ■ "r *,«>;- \ v .• ' ^-^ •:;• • •-*■ •,/•*• - -y ,. -^v - ' ■pMi i it i1 THE YELLOW JACKET Students of Mineola Aigh School Staff Elected For 1927-28. e'd'ito rial STAFF t>r-in-cheif -— Associate Editor-in-cheif — JSaeial Editor Btoy*s Athletic Editor fiSrl's Athletic Editor — --— reportors Senior Class , Frances Cannon Junior Class Audrey Faye Rounti-ee Sophomore Class __L ! r Vendelia Vandiver Freshman Class «. Edna Mae Kington -Freshman Class i ~ Rosalie Buchanan Noble Collins, Sarah Cowart, Alton Esell, Marie Fouse, Mouzon Fletcher, Glausha. Alvis, Marion Grant, ifaye Gladden, Clifton Harrison, Ttomas j Corley Hart, Burford Henderson, Robert Hooks, Roy Humphreys, Tra- Ruth Carswell vis Hunter, Harry Jones, Louise Sine, Marguerite Kine, David Kitchens Ellen Lake, Bonnie McGuire, Roger Nixon, Florence Pagett, Bertha Phil- lips, Artice Precise, Orville Prickett, Wilson Prickett, Gazelle Pape, Clota Runnels' Truby Searcy, Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

B$wt .^v<*dra vM$wk , raff; y <;;,. •■ ' TPffel P:. ■I I .7.- f ISM tl i T* f'TMBBT' ?- • V y ?'W'.'- -«>*£- ^HRSK fiwr stzis ! ' ' .<■ <••' # (. t. iia#l V ->tC3;. : . . . ''1WP tk ' -rjnif fhT> Ifert' a f- r/( :•• foi'T AS' -'A/ J?-"?.1 ' THE MINEOLA MONITOR f- :.■■ mkhi m •■'•' mi ';:V nu X\: „> HI. jph! St.',. r* |)f-;' fc"; -; • I* m, • M If- f: ■ ifti law'-A mm: CHANGE s Greater iWt ygStM Riding Devices 3 Merry-Go-Round, Ferris Wheel, Merrj-Mixup Big Shows 5 xs FEATURING Sugarfoot Sam FROM Alabam The Greatest Big Time Minstrel of the Season Band and Orchestra Merry-Mixup, Ferris Wheel Merry-Go-Round Beautiful Don t miss a single nig new an ZSSSSEm s WEMB •V] HOARD NEWS Winter time is coming soon as the wild duck and geese are going South- The weather has been real cool for about 10 days. Sunday was a beautiful day. We had a nice crowd at Sunday school and had a fine Saturday night at prayer meeting. Louis Hunter of Lon Morris College of Jacksonville vis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

J§ Jppgg :?W 3$ Sp? THE MINE OLA MONITOR as— Spfci- r* - • * ■ '.r ■' . " *J. :\r/. m r- - ■ ^ --■ • ^'Vlnr as |7T^<Ni Are built by men with 46 years of stove-manufacturing back of them - and a picked crew of craftsmen. ff l%£*g fia>s --it 4S.1} V:A .H •• _ . fe- <'■ I Pride of Workmanship The only stove in Is built Into each individual article, this city equipped with the famous \"^C, j Lorain Heat Regulator Will receive new de- Now on display at our offite. sign this week. y^ll CO LUMBER GOLDEN GLEANINGS Do You Consider ! • , v u \ £1 big M display Fine Tailoring The delightful weather is making most every body'fell, better. Frank- ly speaking we are not partial to Autumn. It causes us to feel like another year is all most gone and i to study the past few months and ank our selves the question. "What have we done f©r the beternsent of human- ity, our community, ourselves and cur creator? Byron Alexander of Amarillo visit ed relatives here last Sunday. Joe Adrian, visited ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

w M-Swfi,- mM- V^ ' *'vVv ,U*;. ^ .'%A ^ ' *" ' . w' '}\ ''>« %;J€ f ' r$l J jt ms ■■ iw- ■ ;IE^.|kI . -..... .v < im r*Wr\vM ! r« i- | --Vi ,^;v THE teMEXjLX MONITOR SI pi v'"%5^r -7 fcS: r'" V J*/' ' '" A \ K • V.W. 'Ja.': !Lgg-J- jjWLLU.J.I-iJi_. Lg * WHEN YOU ARE IN SOtJTH MINEOIA' * •CAtt ON J. K. Smith & Sons 4 > They will assure you that Good Gulf Gasoline and Oils do your Ford repairing, R:novate your old Mattress, Make you a new bed and guarantee yoft the best workmanship and prices, . , Uftd watery' io!io\v( (i - (.he caverns' Texas Mineoia, Phone 217 HINE BUS Indian Workers Left Tools in Salt Mines * ~ , Three great eaves in a mouiitain of aait in Nevada have yielded relics ot fndlan miners who worked tl.ete as «'rly..as 100!) R. C. The greiit natnn' salt mass stands nervr Hs<> town'of Sf1 Th.nnas', Nevada, i.*j a fl>*eVt vvller ^.'y. fails no seid:>nt thsf it has rt auJned for ages „ without .di^solj'ing, ;vh'ich would have been its fate*in a uru...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

SJSJKF©^5SntXi^*' • ■ \ . ' ' '^ ' • "" • . I • ^ * f * • ■ f ' ■f ' ' :,'** • V ■•• " ?• •'. tyfc*; .. :' ***", v>- 1%% Rg&sra Pi j vlSfc^- V : * Pi STORAGE CMAMGSS - -A—&&S9AM& FORT¥Oim 1>««l^4frt. atr- l-* ■ Assistant Wb< * AtlWHT Fsaafc t* 'mHte*a SavlngC' IB dispute'^ "iWlf® tlMfW" <• • S|> «k /•v- ; . "' ■<* ' A y*«f with a stery ^ a MherealssiB- She 1MB fte** Mi ll a sanlttfivn Mi pafcl a IMf(Wl I® ia afrawfr a* (ht MUb ef P * After lo *m\mi M bM * • I ll a lev 4m* Ai «Mt Sttft if Ike to idMe ibe rale St Mi yi«V>)ltii ^ ' Mia yP®fW«Wa #«!f WW W' torieas. SAN ANCBUQ, Tfeaaa, B t The tav owl eref Wb to Ik* X' bhI te ksal kqwn who 4a fsMfid JaH. TWe wiB stake the erep fer the entftie y«jjp- exceed llM%,m aewaIt. '* The'shearing ef^&e^p is welllatiftr way. The priee ef weel^fe'ejw^rteii' <&*l,fce he betweea •#-* £ '94 jurats. THOBNT0N, Tex. Oet. 2*—Alter a generation «f 16 years, Join B. At- hhM «f Beeviife, Tenae, hi vedliwg his Bi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1927

BSSI __ CTJirT ,>t ;/■:.a.- ■ ':". r r.'r .■ ;:vv"'. :v v- ^ ■':- • r-v « r/4-^; < "- A " / &i&mm . V'r^-rv.TT-R-1^1 #fcr' §*4v ' ■' * ;- ^ s> ' V -*J£v * f '. tl, I,- * f v?* i SK£ l«W< '' * mtK|rf Si THE MINEOLA MONITOR ;,,*'Jjr:T.L...' j£ —f^a?K- .v ~ H X GOOD BANK'S RESOURCES SHOULD BE READILY AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES. We invite your attention to oar sworn statement in' this paper explained below:" RESOURCES Customers notes due this Fall $ 86,276.20 Customers notes, diie various dates (Secured by Real Estate) 38,635.80 Commercial Paper (Cin be cashed at once) '.r> 81,000.00 BONDS,-(Interest bearing and can be sold at ■ '* . .a premium) • 1: . ^ , 46,800.00 Real Estate (Banking House Furniture And Fixtures) T - — Other Resources (Relating to Guaranty Fund) L— —: _-v-^- CASH : __ i- $88,848.25 Aeceptan es (Cotton) - 31,593.85 AcceptarcBS (Cotton Seed).... 30,000:00 Totrrl Cash and Acceptances $ 150,442.10' TOTAL AVAILABLE RESOURCES $ 455,189.96 Your account is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

•5. \ •" -;r- 5 -l"-\ >' t -• " 'i, *: . -;• A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vci. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 27, 1927 NUMER 33. V. \f ' "IS ' •> • I mmnkmuL PANTER HUNTER A negro who lives East of town came into the Monitor office inquirng for Pan'ter huntters. He said, , that he had seen recently a big Lion or Pan'ter tracks about his place and a few night ago he saw one run across his yard. He admits that he doesn't want to have any dealings with this sort of fehow and asks anyone who likes that kind of sport to come out to his -place. Here's a good chance for a f-ipe chase if anyone around here cares for such. For full kiformatfcxn come by The Monitor Office. cTcsisler Another former citizen of Mineola paid , Mineola a visit this week when C. C. Sisler of Duncan, Oklahoma, arrived for • a few days. Mr. Sisler looks well and expressed himself as well pleased with business conditions in this section. -HV> -- Lonnie Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

Sr ■K\ m,, ,4** ^Wrmy- pfe? v;: ;"f./ mmmm THE M1NE0LA MONITOR 7 i ■' - ;f ' Ma He Mineola Monitor VSneela, Texas, , ■ Published every Thursday at Entered at the postoffice at Mnieola, Texas under the Act 1 9f Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. I "21 OR BUST " When Armistice arrives this 1 year thousands of people will ! Bet seeking a way to get to this' good town. Now here is a jrngj^stian as to how to do it. TS&re are 21 ways of getting There are ten trains coming into Mineola on that day and file night preceding; there are three Bus / Lues running into Base; seven highways lead in- fb> Mineola; one airline also lere with a splendid landing gevtf in south Mineola. Host men have played the S&ane of "21 or Bust" and now •wryone has a chance to get m&o that game. The invita Hpn fs open to everyoqp to Be in Mineola that day—a day rf celebrations anl scores •f free attractions. Come one 9ome all. HE LIVES...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

WB&r • '>.f ;? : * 'T; llti iiwyr w® > ; ipNs i i i &?¥: THE MINEOLA MONITOR 1 39 —• 192? HI • .sj ii* ij h _i i-wi N7 «'>/ & .. I UTAggWS© / f'jmtoialSi Our 6811 AnniCersaii) Sale/ ■--f$ %-■ - — ■ ■ - ' A&P FAMILY FLOUR 24*89° Mm, "> f >yg i|0 • | J sa Ki 47c—6 Ki ZSD Shredded WHEAT ^ Pk8« — >; — PlLLSBURY FLOUR 24-97' 48-1.89 I* m Sic—* Ki 27c Lifebuoy HEALTH SOAP i ,■ i 4 ***** 25° Palmolive • SOAP Cakes <r . BROOMS Finest Quality N«. 6 Size No. 7 Size 20G EXCEPTIONAL /SCC J" VALUE QUA KER | Quicfc 0A.TS Ke8Ular • / . I Sana 0B h I 3 A7 I CR1SCC Fi|ne Vegetable ShorMstg • h Si f f| " • Pl Ito *' r ■' ■ ,;?T', -Fi \msuMb Cleanser | J c_ J^C AirgO . GLOSS ; STARCH 2 "«■ 15® 1 Sliew§Kg • SUM j pkgs. Fleischmann , YEAST Cske JC CIGARETTES 1 Lucky Strike c~"" 1*19 SHAKER SALT Diamond Crystal ^ Packages P. & G. SOAP 5 19c Octagon SOAP Cake m Bulk Compoun# dm? Pounds ^8^ B8S& E I m m31 I Bird Brand Sfeortoning I6 2.Z5 mM*jfPXftPAOFit i %►■ '1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

M w~ w;- «r • &mm W^t SSfes . Jfpfc ■ - :-i.%,- pie iWs WBsmt ,:$. * / 1 1, g" c)K V YELLOW JACKET Brf Students of Mineola High School T THE MINEOLA MONITOR ' ""' ■ run]if i i r i SSS Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'D'IT'O RIAL STAFF Editor -in-cheif _ — r_ \'.L. , ,_*.—- — Associate Editor-in-cheif Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine Social Editor 1 r n-l Faye Gladden Boy's Athletic Editor .... Roger Nixon Girl's Athletic Editor : Ruth Russell REPORTORS Senior Class '.JLl 1 _r i~ j Frances Cannon Junior Class 1 1 1_L Audrey Faye Rountree Sophomore Class _ X_. 1 _i Vendelia Vandiver Freahman Class ... : Edna Mae Kington Sab-Freshman Class ... Rosalie Buchanan League committee named league At a recent meeting of the County Teachers' Institute held at Quitman the following were elected to constitute the Interscholastic League Execu- tive Committee for the present ■School year. ' Guy Lemmond, Pleasant Grove, Director General. ^' H. L Stone, Alba. Drector, of Athletics. E. J. Hood, Quitman, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

•v : v *W'J : i V " I mPW' I ,-vJ THE MINEOLA JSONITOR m#w •?. as* A Burns Roller Rink now open •very night, * brand n«w maple f floor and fiber • roller skates. Four miles north from Tyler j on Dixie Highway. Where they ! all skate. Bum's Lake. 3-4tp ! *HH- WOOD COUNTY UP-TO- DATE, OWNERSHIP MAPS! FOR SALE BY G. W. COWAN ! < MINEOLA, TEXAS. 28 tfc ! : $45.00 <jil cook «tove in per. feet- eoitidtion for . sale cheap. B. L. Chappell, Mineola. •V r——-JO!* Just about 300 hats left for you to select from, at The Enterprise at. sale prices. Winmsboro. *0* — See the New Hats at Mal- lets Store. FOR RENT ! , LJLL-J- 'J J'J—J UU! Not as large but just as good work at Mine«la Barber Shop Walk across from depot and get your hair cut for 25e and shave for 15c. Ladies invited. - H>h To keep a promise! we of- fer you a largie group of $4.50 hats for $2.95. The Enterprise, Winnsboro. J-AJr—— TUT Walk a block and save the . .Have you seen oar prepium ; Ms£« Hazel Ballard of Pales- windoy?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1927

™ t>?" V 7 wi.9^iy^; ■ Armistice You are invited to Wood County's 9tK Annual Armistice Day Celebration to be held at B?ry^r! •: - > sr- - t'*v" ^ - m■ >:-4 IV.vm? : ' 0\ -• THE MINEOLA MONITOR f § '■ ■■>:.- £'..' I; i .•' ". 'j" ?■"'• '-• . J'.V.. n, .!£# ' -? '• • ■ $?!-'., '-, V •' ^ — ■ tmfiV V • liiiini Friday, November 11, 1927 Under the auspices of the ex service men of Wood County .Backed by the business men of Mineola v f m TH&Ti - , K? «Jr'VS s#< mi '■: if i :■'¥ .: COME EARLY ENJOY BAND CONCERT 9:30 -10:30 MEMORIAL ADDRESS By Tom L. McCollough o! Dallas 11:00 a. m. w *£ w>m mm mW£ : There Will Be a r3*# N, in the Old Town Wt |(P&> $*ir mm V " t- f ':i < y ^•tvUU.' ffl m vil i ;?:r. -in 6 RhiE S TO BE $jp#J Egar* >*a JS&£fl i>an L- THE GRAVES OF ALL EX-SERVICE NEN IN WOOD COUNTY WILL BE DECORATED WELCOME ADDRESS Mayor W. C. DuBose of Mineola Mayor R. B. Howell of Winnsbero ■ /■ f -V. • ' ■ r " . .. ■ ■ ■, ~%?yl it?. ■ 1 .V'' I fejip...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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