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

"f*fents «nd Activities CJ, ." "e°la High School teTstaa student « "«- The Yellow Jacket Published weekly in Sunday Record in tf«e Ii* terest of Mineolu School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, March 16, 1941. JACKET STAFF f — E' **" Hendrix nJJ, — Marylea Lind- tussell. Rape' ^del1 - Wayne Cc.llins cmn!? ie Shelburne. r>v.Q«IT _Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. dubs Jean Rule, Mary Gay f .r' ^ Hartsfleid, Norcene Patrick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Page Three Assembly Program. The assembly program Wed- nesday was arranged by Mr. Han, vocational agriculture in- structor. Mary Gay Lester played a classical piano number, Mag- nolia Blossoms, followed by a swing version of Old Black Joe. A vocal solo, Along the Santa Fe Trail, by the Rev. George Cherryhomes, followed. A quartet composed of La- dell Russell, Lena Katherine Roberts, Mary Lou Roberts, ana the Rev. Mr. Cherryhomes, then ...

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

Page Four The Sunday Record, March 16, 1941. JACKET 'Continued from Page 3) local boys seemed to want to milk a cow to see just how much some of them would give. The hog show was good, 3embles. On Saturday the band ; many different breeds being appear as a whole for a | shown. This was the first time twenty-minute concert. Sat- urday night the band will ap- ot-ar in a marchaing parade. Tftis event is to determine defects of bands so that Beery Answers $600,000 Suit BUY IT IN MINttOT.A 'Joey may be preparing them- aaevves for the State Meet. lAeal Girl. "Tto have an ideal girl, take tine following: Eyes—Ladell Russell. Features—Peggy Patterson. Hair—Patty Corbett. Complexion—Marylea Lindley. •Smile—Maxir.e Wheeler. Posture—Peggy Coker. Personality—Frances Ann Coleman. .Disposition—Norcene Pat- Tick. some of the iocal boys had had an opportunity to see first some of the breeds present. i The .Vneep and goat division ( was exceptionally good, espe- , ciaily the sheen show. The poultry ...

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

> Go to Church "ie several churches of urge your at- :e at any or all ieir services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Eleventh Year—Number 51. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 23,1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER f Some of our newly promot- ed engineers have been called upon recently to man the right side of our fast freight runs. All earned out their assign- ments satisfactorily and kept the box cars moving. Grimes, Hughes, Stevens, Payne, Knox, Allbright, and others were call- ed upon to strut their stuff. Nobody but one who has gone before them can realize fully what a drastic difference takes place, simply by moving a man across six feet of floor space in the cab of a modern freight locomotive. When he sits down over there ng all the gadgets and se- works and starts grabbing idles, things start happen- and he gets results, good tbad. And when he gets box cars to destination all ie chunk and about on the ;d...

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

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 23, 1941. i buy it in MINE^t a THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday In Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. *titte-af<i>aper changed Irom Wood County Record to The Sunday ~ Record on Sunday, November 36, 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. Side Glances on Texas History . Soci Id Presented Trophy "If you kill me it will be like a spark in the prairie—make big fire—burn heap!" A jury of Texas frontiersmen once sat in court at the litt'.e town of Jacksboro and delib- erated the fate of an Indian who threw that threat in their faces, University of Texas rec- ords show. It was i...

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

High School «i«« hy «udent editor- The YellowJacket Published weekly i Sunday Record in \ terest of Mineola School. ^ jacket staff Mineola High School, Mmeola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, March 23.1941. Page Three ^-in-Chief - B- L. Hendrix Oth^rC MaryJea Lind- Toaeu 066 lAdell fl_.E?ltoIrs —Wayne Collins and J. Leslie Shelbume. pi™ — Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. lean Rule, Mary Gay Patrick Hartsfleld- Noroene Basses Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Assembly Program Enjoyed. An entertaining assembly pro- gram, arrange* by Mrs. Copass, was presented Wednesday. Pro- gram numbers were announced [by Mary lea Lindley. The first number was a piano duet, Airs from Scotland, by Ann Shirey and Marcia Mc- Clendon. This was followed by a humorous reading by Doro- thy Blalock. The next number was a vocal solo, Pennsylvania, 6-5000, sung by Bobbie Joyce McFerrin, followed by an en- core, Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar. As a concluding number...

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

Page Four The Sunday Record, March" 23,1941. •f IN MINEOLA Ward School P-TA W8i Meet Tuesday Hie Ward School P-TA will anst In regular monthly ses- mcm Tuesday, March 25, in the Wbnl School auditorium im- zsedbeUely following school. airs. Ed Albright will be lead- ear Iter the afternoon. Besides ae^?zal musical numbers, Mr. XL A. Copass will speak on For- Parts. DANCE WOODMAN CIRCLE TRAINMAN'S HALL MARCH 28 B. G. BURGIS AND HIS ORCHESTRA ADMISSION COPLE 49c LADIES 10c Catholic Church To Hold Mass Father Augustine Leon an- nounces mass lor 8:30 o'clock Sunday morning at St. Peter's Catholic Church located on North Line Stieet. Visitors are always welcome. o John B. Kennedy of Jackson, Miss., spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Copass. boys like to play marbles—in machines? That we get a holiday next Friday for County Meet? That the Spanish II class Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Robnett spent last week-end visiting friends in Commerce. JACKET (Continued from Page 3) Choral Clubbers Sing. Thur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 March 1941

4 J Go to Church several churches of ila urge your at- lance at any or all Miir services today. The Sunday Record fPKBBSTOI ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD V Eleventh Year—Number 52. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 30,1941. Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER After the business session on Wednesday, the lady engineers put on a grand feed for the hoggers. Everyone came drag- ging in some choice dish, and. boy, was that a fine fiiesta? My only objection was that the plates were too small and there was a little too much competi- |tion. I was figuring on pretty hjood going until the worthy pothers began gathering 'round, was going to double-head a lerry pie with Max Aldridge, tut we got run around in the keal somehow. I always will Relieve that Sam Turlington Charley Seagraves had jiething to do with it. /"illy Gresham took on ex- tonnage and with the help Jeorge Davis, those brothers l't leave a load in the P'd. I don't see how they left there under tneir own st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 March 1941

Pasre Two The Sunday Record, March 3D, 1941. BUY IT IN THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. PAitle of 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, 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. [WHIPPING BOYS? Foreign journalism may have suddenly become a career of danger and daring in Nazi Germany with the arrest of tv/o American reporters in quick succession. A Uniied Press repres- entative is accused of espionage and an NANA man of at- tempting to enter a forbidden zone without proper credentials The latter is the credible charge of the two as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 March 1941

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The Yellow Jacket Published weekly i Sunday Record in. the- terest of Mineola School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, March 30,1941. Page Three >W JACKET STAFF ?r-in-Chief — e. L. Hendrix News —. Marylea Lind- Otha Dee Rape, Ladell ssell. jrts Editors ... Wayne Collins and J. Leslie Shelburne. Social — Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs— Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfleld, Norcene Patrick flasses Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Chairmen Chosen. Mrs. Willis has announced the junior class committee chairmen chosen for the junior- senior banquet They are as follows: Grace Landers, placa cards; Gloria Uendrix, favors; Miriam Courreges, menu; Gene Mallory, decoration; Winona Tullos, program: Evelyn Wisen- baker and Dorothy McDaniel, j invitation. Big Bivalve Bewitches Blossomy Beauty Program Enjoy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 March 1941

Page Four The Sunday Record, March 30,1911. BUY IT IN MINEOLA JACKET PERSONALS ^Continued from Page 3) fxaxxi home. Lonesome, Gloria Hendrix. Wf Axe Glad. ""Iiiat Mrs. Jennings could be Sock -with us this week, and I9ia£ iier mother is somewhat tetter. That James Homer Hughes, Gregory Brook 5, and J. Leslie TiiitlFnrnr are safely over the laflnenza and able to be back as ^ibool. T^iat Johnnie Carlisle and Hobert Turk, after a mumps vacation, are back in schol. That Elaine Coleman soon recovered from the pink eye. That Jack Jordan is able to fce back in school after trou- ble from a tooth extraction. Itat many other students, too numerous to mention, have returned to school after ill- uessses. Miss Wilma Collins of Honey i Grove spent the week-end visit- j ing her sister. Miss Bennie Col- 1 lins. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. McArthur and Mrs. W. W. Harding and son, Billie, were visitors in Tyler Thursday. Mrs. Bob Franks returned to her home in Wichita Falls to- day after spending the week vis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 April 1941

Go to Church several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all eir services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE vvOOD COUNTY RECORD m Twelfth Year—Number 1. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 6,1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER There has bten a change in tactics of rule car instructions this time. The man in charge is business-like and to the point, and he don't waste words or time. He fires questions with machine gun precision and gets results right quick. No more drawn-out lectures, but short instructions and correc- tions. He finds out what we know, OK's our answer or cor- rects us if necessary, and we come out of the class with a far better understanding than at any previous class. Mr. Gris- wold is a reserve Army officer of high rank and injects army methods and efficiency into his classes. It is a very nice and I for one welcome present me* hod of procedure | It is more instructive, ef- ent and interesting. i see t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 April 1941

Pagre Two The Su/day Record, April 1941. BUY'IT IN MINEOLA! THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas itered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. THE POCKETBOOK of KNOWLEDGE ^ fltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. 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 to the attention of the publishers. ^MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. THE PEOPLE WANT SAFETY If the Texas Legislature turns yellow on the pending driv- ers' license law it should be turned out of office en masse. In the first place, the people themselves realize and have expressed their acceptance of the need for such restrictions on driving as may be necessary to stop the appalling slaughter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 April 1941

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The YellowJacket Published weekly Sunday Record in 3m> terest of Mineola School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, April 6, 1941. Page Three IOR EDITION OF YELLOW " JACKET ttor-In-Chief pete York Istant Editor .... B. A. Parrish ts Editor .... Geo. Hannon •eature Writers __ Gene Mal- lory, Gloria Hendrix, Billie Patterson Activities — _ J. o. Phillips Assembly Winona Tullos Edition Dedicated to Sponsor. The Junior Class edition of the Yellow Jacket is dedicated to the class sponsor, Mrs. Willis, because Juniors appreciate her untiring efforts in their be- half and her efficient and busi- ness-like conduct of Junior Class affairs. member of the winning 440- yard relay team and of the winning mile relay team. Cole- man Godwin in junior track j meet won first in broad jump, ! first in high jump, third in 50-yard dash, and was a mem- ber of the winning relay team. Other juniors w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 April 1941

CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many E: lends for every kindness aSwnm to us during the illness and death of our wife, mother, and aster. Also the English S*ttneral Home, and Bro. George Lester for his comforting "wonrds. May God's richest bless- ings rest on each of you, and stanmJd trouble ever overtake may your friends be as to you. Joe Rogers and Dexta. Miss Mary Rogers. C. M. Hughes and Family. Bud Hughes and Family. Fat Blundell and Family. Jim Brady and Family. J. S. Ayers and Family. L. W. Murphy and Family. Tyler to Hold Garden School A two day garden arrange- siem school will be held for flower lovers and garden club jnembers of East Texas in the Waman's Building in Tyler on 9 and 10. Tlie school will be sponsored Sjjr ttie Perennial Garden Club and directed by Dorothy Brid- dte and Willian Lanier Hunt «f Chapel Hill. N. C. JACKET (Continued from Page 3) Vance. Charter Received by Bundles for Britain The charter for the local chapter of the Bundles for Britain was rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 April 1941

Go to Church sveral churches of urge your at- lce at any or all services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD relfth Year—Number 2. Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER The aviation plant at Grand prairie is wel1. on its way to completion and soon we will know what effect it will have on our business. The sand bouse committee has several plans for service but which one will go into effect is still a mystery. Some think it will require a crew to take care of this plant and also do the local work west of Dallas. The more pessimistic ones say it will not mean a thing. Your guess is as good as mine, but it won't be long now. I be- lieve that this plant will have to be regularly supplied with rials to insure a smooth |>f output, but I don't know this feature will be brought it. houses are springing up ?r the vicinity of Grand and the village gives se of becoming a fair- fsize town. Workmen are busy (on the ground and over-head the air is full of planes....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 April 1941

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 13,1941. BUY IT IN MINF.OT.A i 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. Yltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. The New Hope Hornet appropriate place where they can hide eggs and hunt them. | Editor-in-Chief Jimmie Drew Burnett ; Associate Editor Jimmie Drew Burnett Class Repor ers Robert Steele, Mary Frances Cherry, Mae Ven Belcher, Manuel Murphy, Billie Marie Huffman, Eugenie Hanson Any erroneous reflection wpon 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. IN THE SHADOW OF CONFLICT Texas can fill the post vacated by the death of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 April 1941

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The Ye How Jacket Published weekly in 33m Sunday Record in tiar In- terest of Mineola ^ School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, April 13,1941. Page Three 5LLOW JACKET STAFF 3r-in-Chief _ e. l. Hendrix cts j. Leslie Shelburne, fayne Collins. Feature Writers — Mary Lea Lindley, Elaine Coleman, and Otha Dee Rape. Clubs Anna Louise Shirey, Ray Hartsfleld, Jean Rule. General News .... Norcene Pat- rick, Ladell Russell, Charm Moseley, Marcia McClendon. Typists — Elsie Hughes, Jean Brown, Mary Gay Lester, Florine Morrison, Glenn Smith and Aline Polan. Standing of Mineola Schools. The following report was re- ceived this week from Deputy State Superintendent E. G. Marshall, following his inspec- tion of the Mineola Public Schools. Mr. Marshall is the state representative in a large number of East Texas coun- ties, and the report is consid- as excellent. Additional Jits added to the hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 April 1941

Page Four The Sunday Record, April 13, 1941. BUY IT IN MINEOLA! (Coming events of the week) OTKDAY— Brotherhood Railroad Train- men, 2:30, Flynt's Hall. MOIK>AY— Circle 1 of WMS, 3, Mrs. C. m Bossier. Circle 2 of WMS, 3, Mrs. T. W. Matthews Circle 3 of WMS, 3, Mrs. Mil- tan Usry. Circle 4 of WMS, 3, Mrs. E B. "niley. Junior Chamber of Com- merce, 7:30, English Funeral Chapel. Couple's Club, 8. Dr. and Mrs. A- S. McArUiur. TUESDAY— Ladies Day, 2, Mineoia Coun- try Club. Eastern Star Silver Tea, 3 te 9, Mrs. O. E. Dyer. "WEDNESDAY— The Delphian Literary Socie- ty, 3:45, Mrs D. D. Starnes. THURSDAY— Weekly Club Night, 7:45, Mineoia Country Club. FRIDAY— Bridge Club, 7:30, Miss Mar- garetta Carraway. o Bey It In Mineoia! Death begins at 40! Scruggs-Chadick Rites Performed Saturday at 4 The marriage of Miss Doris Scruggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scruggs of Panola County, and Senator T. C. Chad- ick was solemnized Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the bride's uncle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 April 1941

Go to Church ie several churches of f°la urge your at- Sance at any or all services today. The Sunday Record welfth Year—Number 3. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 20, 1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Down in Pen ,acola the othev day Mitchell McGraw had something to write home about. In true Navy fashion, without any fuss or bustle, he sent his mother a letter containing his commission as Lieutenant in the United States Naval Avia- tion. That piece of paper sig- nifies the end of several months of hard work and study. It not only means that he pass- ed the requirements of rigid examination, but also that he cheerfully adhered to strict regulations and discipline. Be- fore you are capable of com- bing others you must show you have the ability to |uch is the reasoning of Tavy. all remember Mitchell in ligh school days shortlv we moved here. He car- the mail for the football squad in many a hard game. ' He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 April 1941

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 20,1941. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Pttle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Defense Machines Roar Again at Allis-Chalmers 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 Ea^t Texas Press Association. EAST TEXAS FARM PROGRAM A billion dollars in Federal farm aid, which .seems a formid- able figure when it is discussed in Congress, will mean little to the individual tiller of the soil after the subsidy has been spread over the argicultural population. In other words, the American farmer still must meet his problem of dislo...

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