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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

m MR' |p • THE MINEOLA MONITOR When Hawks Swooped Out of the West To a New Coast-lo-Coast Non-Stop Record | Bright noon at Roosevelt Pieldl Gratfu- i ally a slight clouding in the West and the | February sun became a little bleaker. The flat, level field with some standing water from yesterday's rain and the faint, harj 1 outline? of the spires of Garden City, looked ' to one observer, like a small bit of old Hol- land. except for the intermittent roar and soon) of airplanes and the group of people standing in the lee of a distinctively American institution, a hot dog stand. Clustered near this stand, the small groups conversed quietly about sundry msttirw. but the frequent shifting of glances to the West betrayed where every man's thoughts were. j Occasionally, someone would stop, peer •ad exclaim "Here h« comes now!" "No." **No—(hat's a biplane." , Then again. "This looks like him." "No, It can't be, they wired that his ship has a red fusilage and aluminum wings." Several such fal...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

- r TUB iX MONITOR — Appointments of Harris. J. D. Hollinshead, J. M. Notaries Arnoim^ec* Harris, V. B. Howell. R. B. Thus far. the following Notaries Tharp, E. A. Public for Wood County have Wheeler, Mrs. C. E. been recommended for spnoint- TVv-"> J. A. riient for the two year term', be- Wright, Y. W. ginning June 1, 1929, to-wit* Wood, J. B. Bogan ( Gus T. Wilkerson, H. L. Bellomy, J. A. Stokes, Ben Barnett, E. L. Smith, R. M. Benton, M. H. Shaw, Geo. T. Bozeman, R. E. Thompson, J. H. Chapman, W.-Wc Cathey,; Ben F. u . f • t! Cain, C. M. Benton, S. J. Carlock, M. Dr r, • Cooper,' Avis *B. " " ' Campbell, P. B. .. 1 i • . Crenshaw, Thalia I ;i Dowell, J. D. Dickson, Asa E. ! Davis, J. D. Miller, Mrs. Varrie X «;■ : Dendy, James, W. . McLeod J. J. Ferguson, O. E. 1 Patton, E. G. Edmonson, j. E. Roberts, K. P. • ' Greer, Taylor • : Tilley, G. L. Gibson, John B. Thomas, O. Marvin Gibsoi?, J.- T. Britton, A. J. ; , Goldsmith, C. O Britton, Andrew J. Britten, V. A. Lankford.. V. A. L...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

m THE MINEOLA M63VT0R MRS. LONNIE WATERS Zora Blackstock was born on 1919, and lived in Mineola for some time. With her husband and little June 14th, 1892 in Smith county; daughter, Volta, she had been Lv near Garden Valley. j ing near Troup, Te::as, but was She was united in marriage to i brought to the home of her par- Mr. Lonnie Waters on Sept. 11th. ?nte in Mineola about a week ago. piliiiiiiilftffiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilM | WE EXTEND OUR BEST S | WISHES TO | I The I I Service Drug I [ Company | from whose home she passed to her reward on ^eb. 24th, 1929, at 3:30 p. m. She leaves to mourn her going, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Black- slock. five brothers, her husband and daughter. Her remains were laid to rest in the city cemetery, by Rev. J. Harvey Carlin assisted by Rev. Robt. G. Behrman. HOME TALENT PLAY There will be a play at Mace- donia (Redland) school house Fri- day night February 29th, by the home talent entitled "Hazel Ad- ams." There will be no admis- sion...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

* • '*- THE MINEOt A' MONITOR ORDER OF 3/.LE TO . v'irT.O: lii:: p. THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wood Coui iy Texas - Greetings: Whereas. On the 74 h day of January, 1929 Walter Connally & Company, a private Corporation, recovered in the Justice's Court of Precinct No. One. Smith Coun- ty. a judgment against Boatwright & McCain, a partnership com- posed of C. J. Boatwright and O. J. McCain, and against said C. J. Boatwright and O. J. McCain, jointly and severally, for the sum of Fifty Seven and 42-100 Dollars, and all costs of suit; and, whereas, the said judgment is a foreclosure of1 a mortgage lien on the follow- ing described property, to-wit: Two 36 inch Westinghouse Ceiling ~a.is with 110 volts SO ovc1" motors And whereas an Original Exe- ' cut on o ■'il judgment issued to Smith Count.". Texas, on the 7th •lay of February, 1929, was r< - | lur.ied in dorsed "not executed br- : cause no property found in Smith I County, Texas, belonging to De-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR IANKERS IN NATIONAL MOVE FOR UNIFORM FINANCIAL PRACTICE GOLDEN m : . Wou!d Promote Greater Consistency Among All the St Laws in Respect to Banking Conditions—Uniform- ity of Practice and Understanding Will Make for Greater Convenience, Efficiency and Safety for All Business. By S. J. HIGH President State Bank Division, American Bankers Association RAPID interchange of business and the quick transpor tion of goods in the United States, coupled with almost stantaneous means of inter-communication by telegraph, te phone and wireless, have welded the coun- try into an economic unit. The nation is not, in a business sense, conducting its affairs in water-tight compartments, as in a measure it did in the days of slow travel and remote places, but styles, methods, commodities and business practices flow freely today in all directions. Therefore it is desirable that finance, trade and industry throughout the country operate along generally uni- form or at least consisten...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Shoes [Battlefield Gives Up ''II Secrets of the Pwl TSrere are certain kinds of armok we road about but have never because up (ill now do examples to be found in museums. Re- eeotiy, however, many specimens have t.fceeo found in two great pits outside ©id city of Visby in the island of iObtiand. In 1301 Gotland was invaded by King Valdemar at the head of a pow- eraai Danish army, and a desperate 'tattle was fought before Visby. The Wnaut defence of the Gotlanders was all in vain, and Valdemar marched in- to the capital leaving nearly two thousand friends and foes dead on the Held They were buried hurriedly, •witit weapons stiil in the wounds, in two great graves which have not bfen Sistcrbed for live and a half cen- ienes. Recently a Swedish archeologist has "Sfeen excavating the pits, with their treasure of medieval armor and their jrser bones marked by axes and ar- rows. The Swedish -.nd Danish gov- ernments will erect a monument where m> many men died g iHa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

j-P." ^ '5 ¥' Jf BbeL|hv The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" Vcl. 52. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2 1928. NUMBER 46. WALTER 0. RUSSELL $ DISTRICT ATTORNEY PACE FOR RE-ELECT PASSION PLA^ ' OIL STATION MAKES IMPROVEMENT HERE ! The Pegues I nit rests in Min- eola, pertaining to rilling' sta- ! ticiis and whoh-;de oil Jistri- j butors. have made' with the j pa.- . t. r. -days many improve- ments at their oroperties. Th"ir pp ! LETTER FROM REV. TAYLOR RECEIVED BY REV. BE HEM AN : j ft E #■} HE 10 BRING at lV! Monday nig. School Auditorium U: Piay *was presented by oi the Circle Nam ;er Methodist- Missionary before -packed h ! he p;ay was a beautiful presentation of the life ancl of the Savior. Society retried a neat new station on Broad :'t-c:% 'las been ^ repainted in ■ he c -'ers of the oil firm which hey represent and the place '■Ms beauty and civic attrac- .iveness to this little city. The other station south of he ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

gsa . THE MINEOLA MONITOR , \ Hk Mineola Monitor flowers and shrubbery. In' Mineola this condition can] , prevail for at least seven - i months out of the year. should a town keep filtered at the ^office at But why shoi WKmr.rtU Texas nJ< r the Act ; itself beautiful. Congress. March 1849. 1 In the tii R. H. Carrawav. F '"tor and Owner J b. Cowan. S," for- Advert is in_- M gr. would think place vfsitors that town pride EACH STORE INDIVIDUALLY OWNED M£M3E/?S was in evidence. Second,, these: same visitors might like the I surroundings so strongly that . S«vfor-AdvertistLU' Mgi. j tjiey wou^ like to cast their — — i lot with this town. Thjrd, it fM. r - ANNOUNt'KiMfc.M > , might create a new spirit among Aat Hut ments in this column are j the citizenship to love the beau ■r> ~>-i>j *c*" to the Democratic pri-';toful. Fourth, it might be mx-T 1 u' District officer. , ( tfa- afEces, $10; precinct offices $5. fa the entre state aar I.isrict Judge r b. f. X K. WARREN For Dit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

mm m "•'t M m i % THE IHNEOLA MONITOR Seven German Stales Within Small Radius While it is generally known tlml some of the German states are of Lilliputian size, few persons are aware that it is quite possible to visit seven of them, including two former kingdom?, two duchies and three prin- cipalities, in an easy walk of four and a half hours. A good walker, starling from Sit-in bach, in Bavaria, will arrive in half an hour at Lichtentanne, which is sit- uated in Saxe-Meiningen. Thence the road proceeds in one and a half hours to Rausciiengesees (Reuss, Elder Branch) after which in a few min- utes Gleima, in Schwarzburg-Kudol- stadt, is reached. Half an hour's walk brings the pe- destrian to Altengesees (Reuss, Younger Branch). An hour farther on lies Drognitz, on Prussian soil, and the last stage is another hour's stroll, finishing up at Saalthal, Saxe-Alten- burg. Areas Awaiting Settlers There are no parts of the United States which can be designated as "unexplored," but there ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

THE MLNEOLa MONITOR Flan lev kifcure needs—Flan for yourself family—Plan / Clothing thsm aiul roost ooc '.omicaily— > *♦ i| ❖ 1 « i ♦ j <* V <* I ♦ ♦ i * i *? ! -> I ; tf ! . , , ■ • T ❖ ) n mosl attractively f: a - PLAN | You will find at our store new goatls for Spring J ♦ at rensoiii recervea- Sfooes. Hats. Piece Goods, etc. H;s.pa ••> E. D. SCOTT LONE PINE NEWS The health of the communi- ty is good at the present time. Mrs. Pauline Curnbie and lit- tle daughter is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bud Armour. Mr. Cullen Wardlow spent the week end with his parents Mr. and rMs. Sam Wardlow. Marine Henderson visited Annie Mae Gilbreath Sunday. The Social League meets Saturday night. The main features of the program will be the one act negro drama entitled, "High Brown's Bea--h of Promise." Everyone is invited to come. Don't forget folks we still have Sunday School at 9:45. Miss Maxine and Master Gene Paul Scott spent Saturday njght with their grandpa Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

fm THE MINEOLA MONITOR CONCORD The many friends of Miss Bertha (fuin here were surpris- ed to learn 0.1 her recent mar- riage to Sheriff II. C. Dong- lass. They have the best wishes of the entire community. Mr. a<i Mrs. H. A. Anders were Sunday "-nests Mrs. J. A. Logue }Ir. Grady Cherr Hope spent Sunday parents here. Mesdatnes J. A. 1 Brooks and Herman • were Longview visitors Sunday. | Sarah Henderson entertained ; with a candy breaking at her home last Friday evening. Mr. Sebe Pollard Gladys Pol- lard and Hazel Logue attended the Associational Meet at Mt-. Ent 'rprise Sumuiy. Avis HartsVield who is attend The last reports from Dun- can. Okla. state that Mrs. Sis- ler who has been seriously ill in that city is showing a slight improvement. FOR SALE: One Piano, <rood -hane. cheap. Ed Humphreys. 507 N Line Stt. 45 2t-p GAS TRAPS BIRDS IN 'ARK CAVERNS ::;::!iniiiiiiiiii!!i!ii!>t!!fiifni!!!:niii:iii[ii[!niniSQf PcvisL in Caves Poisoned J Frcm Below )f Mr. and we it L omn ,1 l-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

TUB MLNEOLa MONITOR —--i -y the yellow jacket By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. EMTIO r I A L s T A F F Editor-in-i'hoif Assotiau Editor-in- .heif Social -Editor Boy's Athletic Eoitor - Girl's Athletic Editor Senior Class Sophomore Cuvss Junior Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class Ruth Cars-well Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden 1 Roger Nixon | IF U R 5! C Me B 4 U Sell - - Quitman 1st Monday, Mineola every Saturda' P. M1TCHA1 REPORTORS . Ruth Russell j ability in this work. During I week from Elizabeth Gatti, who I the l'irst semester there were recently moved with her moth- Frances Cannon 19 in Foo(j 1, and 20 in Cloth-- er to San Benito, Texas, in ! La Neta Brawner ino-2. Mineola Hiirh School has j mler to be with Elizabeths*! Audrey Faye Rountree seemed a style snow thjs year i brother, Lawrence Edna Mae Kington |—the pupils have made ; Elizabeth says the magic Kill those RATS!!! Kill those RATS!:! Rosalie Buchanan HONOR ROLL CENTRAL WORD SCHOOL First G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

J nn KOffiOLA . ANSLEY RETTCfl DENTIST 09 Oxide Gas Equipment fiee over Flynt's Jewelry 666 is a prescription for Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue, Bilious Fever and Malaria. It kills the germs. Have ;You PEP If each organ of your body is functioning properly, it is rea- sonable to expect that you will be feeling; fit. Chiropracty keeps the body functioning pro- perly by adjusting and helping out of place parts. OFFICE HOURS: Winnsboro, 9 to 11 a. m. Quitman, 1 to 2:30 p. m. Mineola 3:30 to 6 p. m. DR. E. P. BUNN CHIROPRACTOR ' f |!Fill up before you go and get those New Tires at'" || ' ft/. E. LOTT & SON GARAGE || ..NEOLA TEXAS I: NOTICE! SUNSHINE BUS LINES, INC. Pf SUNSHINE BUS LINES, INC. Terrell, Texas A. W. Riter, Gn. Pas. Agt. n iaHi;: in- % t i t MONUMENTS | 'UN " fv: klORIfJjVI SV7 n of QUALITY TylerjMemorial Works j 1 Block Want Colton U<>lt (<ia Office* > Tyler, Texas HEW VM&SiON i Ho l!u- ..It) adage— | 'Marry in haste and repeat :ii lei are?" She—Yes, they'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1928

\ ' -i:T THE MINEOLA MONITOR I am still raring to buy -ysour poultry, and want- tt> sell von feed anj groceries:- J. €. Rus- sel. CYPRESS TANK Flor Sale: One Ford Roadster, 1927 model, with pick-up body. I; ik # ■ jr j 11 ji w BANK IS NO BETTER THAN ITS CUSTOMERS he Mineola State Bank has the reputa- :nh of*hnvni;4 the best customers of an> nk'in rhec )untry. We are proud of sputation and thank all our custoni- „r the part thev have liao. in making ilS tY; iffl '•V'th ample resources ti; take care ot any r -essarv de mands, active officers fa- s' iliar with ■ e :_yov: h and progress ot the commiii and a desire to be helpful o the little it,a as well as the man or in- dependent p .-ans, we press forward with the boleif '- it u 2S will be the oes; , of our existence. MiNEOlA STATE SANK i'7i M # : 5! li, &~4 i t ; i 1|H 11b m \m a Kill thos? R ATS! Tuesday. For Sale: One knocked down- F; t conilitioo. ,Run ocl, and easy to haul. Approximate, ,n,Vi , capacity thirty thousand. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

f*r. w The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " rcL 52 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1928. NUMBER 47. ORK STARTED TO THE VOTERS OF ! COTTON MILL VENTURE ON FINISHING ! PRECINCT NO. TWO GETS GOOD START AS CHURCH BASEMENT WOOD CO. CITIZENS MEET , Some fifteen years a«o I was Practically the entire base-1 elected to the office of Justice \t a meeting of seventy-five lent of the First Baptist °f the Peace of Precinct Num. citizens from all over Wood Church will be completely fin- n°r - and serve,! in that ,-apa- County last Friday afternoon led within the next thirty <-ity f°1' several years. | in Quitman at the Court House rs. Work was begun last' Several months ago the Com-! definite plans for placing two nday to make the interior of: missioners Court appointed me! cotton mills in Wood County H& basement beautiful and tc fill °ut an unexpired term' were made. landmark passes as progress comes Portable. in this offi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

■ • if THF MTXEOLA MONITOR ally instille.i by the daily as- sociation of the future citizens m lUL- public schools have madt i-merit an i ' qualizing t.i i i.'-y rossm?.n T?r>c,r' rf x hi' ~ for a Cabinet Mem or educati :nal si-.p ( i!i.k-n. li s plea is we 11 i no education of th« ren of this country is no\ iinponn i as any otnei thing— and in fact the m important tldm; then At !]■' the wri ng o •i::iKes ■ r.ai" a an (in- .-hildi Ha Mineola Monitor EACH STORE CW'/£D CO-OPERA TfVE /N BUYING AND ADVERTISING ; at the nostoffice at • lKior the Act . .>iarc. 1879 o the latter i> at leasl e^ui' ant to thi't done to food stuff, iho 'dri\ this county * ;i-- am £360 000 saved for th culture. priant •>j vyr&rK -lv £4' W? - ^ :■ u...,. A/; .-if arbors nor ! : i; ! \noilier \va\ the t - olden Itu\<- > m,;ii) helo himseH m •;g"4; \\ ^ **.<- " / while then- nusbancts suits. J \ f r • • i • n1 n t i i Cflumn arc •-■Hufe cmbjt-ft ti the Democratic pri-| ITS. • fet tirtTJ. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

\ THE MENEOLA AKVMTOK Good Year MEANS GOOD WEAR A N i) M E A N S M ONEY S A V E I) A L S 0 GET EXPERT TIRE REPAIR AT— Pegues Service Station ere is always a delight in the pantry here is always something in the house from -vfcich yon can make '• delicious dessert or salad—if yon s^e a package of Kr ox Gelatitc or your pantry shelf. A can of frnit or vegetables—perhaps a can of salmon—or some cake—things rach as these can be converted into rea5 table treats when combined with Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Recipes in ever? package. KNOX SPARKLING GELATINE "The Higtest Quality for Utalib" Charles B. Knox, Gelatine Company ?00 Knox Avenve. JohoMowo, N.Y. Mr Durwood West took din- ner Sunday with Albert Rose. Mrs. Nannie Bennett and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward- low. Addy.-Russell stated £& *• they expected to have the ing in which they are ici re- modeled snon. Notice to farmers: We iiere win be a program and farm implements for sale. io- :uit supper at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

THE M1NE0LA MONITOR ♦ i * ! See the blue and white sample * , case. Plan for future needs—Plan for yourself and family—Plan for Clothing them most attract'.vely and roost economically— You TviH find at car store new % at reasonable Drices—Goods i - list tor o. Campbell w <t- r Wednesday. i.l Smith Jr. is or. :his week. bba^ce anonior. ale fc'at iiv.lrr. G. I !)ana> For Rent: A furnished room;! Mrs. James McCoy and little, The Hudson-E^sex Coral or will take boarders. See Mrs. J son James Jr., of Alexander, j here announce the arrival H. J. Tifll 909 N. Newsome St. La., were visitors of Mrs. Ans.; carload of new Supera •■-«-«> ' ley Reitch for a few hour? ; Essexs. T am still raring to buy your j Tuesday. poultry, md want to sell yor. j LOST: About Jan. 15tl feed an,) grocerie s. J. C. Rus-. Get a setting of eggs from !nr;r-> black Poland China si sel. •' my Biff Barred Rocks. $1.00 per WnJ pay liberal reward for 1 setting of 1" e«rgs. Mrs. J. C. in;' mti For Sale or Trac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

THE MLNEOLa MONITOR - A' ^ Rs S%. *1^#' wa i'J\"i< * -g^WSSfe *0 the. NEW ^ klnc of 1 tones, i>*j '-J itii i:o-n:> t mating ( lubes, ami rectifying tube without tu-be* BROS BRllER Headquarters for RADIOS JsLMA«rINE a **-?■/t>i A. C. i«ceivcr, arid ■: o«vaiple£ely ohiel«lc<I power unit. •-*£? ij iytw cabi- net smaller than nraov a i>r«ttr.ry oper- ated radio, and costing less than many battery sets! You'll be surprised, when you see this new Atwater Kent A. C Jet, that so small and trim an outfit will give mu~A power or work so efficiently. Model E Radio Speaker *24 Radio*.-, truest vtvice. AJ1 parts protected against moisture. Comes in n variety of beau- tiful color c©aabin;;-ionar vV w /// & i > V <s^ But when you hear it, you'll know it does! When you look inside— md see the exquisite work- manship—you'll know why it does. It's small enough to put on an end-table. Plug it in like a reading lamp. Listen to its rich tone marvel at the speed of this Full- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1928

Wm- THE EOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'DTT'O K I A L S T A F F Editor-in-cheif Associate E< I i t or-in - eh oi 1 Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor . Girl's Athletic Editor At the start of the second half the Academy quint gained an early Jead of several points Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kino - Favc Gladden — Roger Nixon Ruth Russell R E P OR i <> R S Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Cla^s COUNTY WIDE DECLAMATION CONTEST .. Frances Cannon Lr, Neta Brawner Audrey Fa ye Rountree Edna Mae Kington Rosalie Buchanan until t!i,c i Prickett | fur the :■! points, j Academv ; The county declamation con test will be held at Quitrnan March the Oth and 10th. Classes one and three will be held "he 9th, and classes two and four will be held the 10. A basket or picnic dinner will be held both days. Five hundred declaimers have entered from various schools and forty-four out c that live hund...

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