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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

f ;/ ■ mm \ ■' .•.W " i ¥•< T*SRf-> -$k '•" J/ f THE MINEOLA MONITOR !f#, >v |Blw- «jfi>: Our Figures Guaranteed On all Building Materials, Lime. Windows, Doors, Cement, Roofing Locks, Carpenter's Tools, Glass Nails, Screws, Screen Doors, All of which you need in Building that New House or Remodeling the old one. WE GIVE YOU A DOUBLE GUARANTEE- A Guarantee of Price— A Guarantee of Quality— When we take your order we guarantee the delviery will be made when promised—An important item when you have labor employed. It will pay you to see us for estimates. . J. H. SHARP & SON "Mighty Apt to Have It." Li' PsW.' m wcx placed on an automobile with. Body by Fisher-! %- ' 4-"' ' :v ,Omb) J8fc£SS5$37S Ffcrt,Mich. TWy Inclwlr the Ioin whiiMmmnwH— bf dMiSM .nMfe Wherever antomobileg are eriven, the emblem "Body gTj^therw it recognized as a A of quality. Every- it identifies automo Mka tfcatare Astinguishcd for Kyle, beauty, and comfort. The sensational success of the Bigger and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

\T ■;/- S THE MIXF.OLA MONITOR - V the family will enjoy being - ♦ MESSED IN THE LATEST FASHIONS j i Dad in his New Shoes, Mother with her New Dress^ I Son in that New Hat, and Sister all dressed for Easter it makes a happy family E. D. S C O T T Mineola, Texas QUICK TIRE | SERVICE x with those Kelly- . THAT V % $ f % Springfields*!* —Gets More Milage— GOOD GULF GASOLINEV V ♦♦♦ We have recently purchased this sta- tion and will operate it under the same name. We have both had years of experience in the automobile repair business and are thoroughly familiar with your auto needs. Small jobs a specialty. We handle good tires and tubes-guar- anteed. , " > When you need your car washed, polished, steam cleaned repaired or greased we shall appreciate your calling • us. ) Quick and efficient service. Try us. HENRY'S Filling Station J. B. Patrick T t «2t j « T t t t X J i ? T T t T Y T T ? ❖ t t 5 AN ORDINANCE An Ordinance regulating the speed of engines, cm rs and trains within the corp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

■ THE MINEOLa MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School to the district $15.00 per head ; with an enrollment of from Staff Elected For 1927-28. E'DTT'O R I A I. S T A F F Editor-in-cheif ...... .... Associate Editor-in-cheif Social Editor — Boy's Athletic Editor, ... Girl's Athletic Editor for each child enrolled. will be REPORTERS Senior Class Sophomore Class ...... Junior Class — Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Ruth Russt-.ll Frances Cannon j j fifty to Last year there were enroll- in section No. 2, those with less * in the district a total of j than fifty enrolled in the high one hundred €Q 897 children of scholastic age. It is expected a, that the num- ber this year may run slightly above 900 on account of the steady growth of Mineola dur- ing the last twleve months. When Herman comes around be sure and dve liim a complete list of all the ehidren in your school will be in section No. and those schools wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

:W { ' mKI THE MINEOLA MONITOR «,;* <£♦ ■ V ♦♦♦ V ♦♦♦ v *♦♦♦♦* ♦♦♦ V v ♦!♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ v V* v v- ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ « ? T T X i X «♦ V f i f 1 * ♦ « ❖ * ♦} ❖ f S ❖ Skilled Employees LINEMEN, repairmen operators, accountants—all these and many other skillde men arid women are need- ed in furnishing your telephone service. Well trained employees and the best of equipment are needed. In addition, a capable management is es- sential to the kind of service you want and the kind we want to furnish you. 1 How we handle your calls,? how we keep our records and otherwise operate ot:r business will be interesting to you. We shall be glad to explain everything to you if you will pay a visit to our central office. V ❖ ❖ ❖ f V f ❖ ❖ ❖ f t i t t r t T V v ❖ ❖ f ♦: 3 t singing Sunday with many goad .singers from other points and we heartily invite all to be with .us again the :?r,[ Sun- day in aMreh. Among those visiting here Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Pritchett, Mr. Elmer Miller. Miss Gertie Miller, and E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

m&ujM THE MINEOLA MONITOR m '! Nervous? Out of Humor? i Tired and Sick? Your nerves are not functioning properly. A complete adjustment of your spine no doubt will improve your condition.^ Ask those who have re- ceived Chiropractic adjustments. They will testify as to the worth of Chiropractic. | 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 av i •f AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS The steaks you get here are as good as they t look—even better we believe you will find them. | Cut the exact thickness you order from prime beef. | QIMCfc DELIVERY— -PHONE 4 I M. £. OLANKENSHIP MARKET \ P*- 7.' AND GROCERIES HOARD NEWS Bro. Fletcher filled his ap- pointment Sunday ' at eleven. Had no services Saturday ni«jht on account of the clamp dreary weather. Most all the farmers are The Cream of the Tobacco Crop planting corn. Sounds, like Spring time. ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Floyd visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gar- land Sunday. Mrs. M. E. Hunter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 March 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR I I I . ^ v ' I FOR SALE : I have some-real Bermuda Hay,, second cutting.! m Will sell cheap. J. W. Bogan. lp i m A Good Bank is a Great Help In Many Ways. (1) It. is a safe place to keep your sur- plus money. (2) It's officers are men of affairs and know how to advise you concerning investments. (3) It is strong enough to render finan- cial assistance when money is scarce and willing to help those who made it so. (4) It should be frank in the discussion of it's customers affairs, but silent when others ask concerning them. There are many other ways a Good Bank can help and we believe we can measure up to your expectations. MINEOLA STATE BANK poultry-, and want to sell you feed and groceries. J. C. Rus- sel. FOR SALE: I thave some real Bermuda Hay, second cutting. Will sell cheap. J. W. Bogan. lp Tom 'Carroll was on the sick list last Saturday. — * Catbage can always be used for salad if lettuce is not a- vailable. Go to Warren's Variety Store -for Fresh Candies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

BBS®*-'5 V- The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE ANI) FOK THE PEOPLE" Vol. 52 HINE0LA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1928. NUMBER 52 BISHOP HAY SPEAKS AT METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY The Mineola Methodist Church Will be hostess Sunday March I8the to Bishop Sam R. Hay of Houston, Texas, Presiding Bishop of the Texas Conference of the M. E. Church South, who will preach at the eleven o'ckfck hour in that church. Bishop Hay is the Presiding Bishop of the Twelfth District ~ the Methodist Church which eludes the following confer- ences: The Northwest Texas Conference; Pacific Conference; Arizona Conference; Texas Com. ference and the North Texa<* 'Conference. Bsihop Hay will arrive Sun- day morning coming from Tyler, Texas and will be ac- companied by Presiding Elder H. C. Willis of the Tyler Dis- trict, who will presidie at the Secohd Quarterly Conference of the Mineola Methodist Church Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. Both ministers will return to Tyler Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

mmwm • V . •* •?.' ?< a 'i Y< I •( >• b ' $r the mineola monitor The Mineola Monitor 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. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS \ Announcements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election. Rates: District offices, $15; Coun- offices, $10; precinct offioes $5. anccuncement fees must be paid ife advance. i Disrict Judge JUDGE B. F. CATHEY. J. R. WARREN For Ditsrict Attorney: WALTER G. RUSSELL i*or County Judge: N. E. SEAY. C. 0. GOLDSMITH. For County Attorney: H. T. FAULK V. B. HARRIS For District Clerk V. B. SHAW. For County Clerk ARLIN BOYD For County Superintendent: D. E. WHITE County Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZEIGLER I i Jax Collector: W. P. LAWRENCE J. E. GALT. R. P. WOMACK jE)or Sheriff :- A. H. JOLLEY. H. C. DOUGLAS W. M. PASCHAL. Tor County Treasurer :- W.' H. THOMPSON. DON ROBERTS. HARMON SPRUELL | ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

S" rr- • r \ THE MINEOLA MONITOR Attention!! FARMERS - BUILDERS - HOME MAKERS , The selection of the right sort of Implements — Building Materials Furniture - and Household necessiti es is most important. Our experience in these matters is yours for the asking. SCREENING The fly season and mosquito sea-r son is here protect your home and milk houses with durable screens. ROOFING AND SHINGLES" A good grade of composition roof- ing—the best Red Cedar and Cypress Shingles. ' V - \ j i ffl i GARDEN HOSE—FLOWER POTS As Spring arrives be prepared to keep those flowers and gardens watered. Have a good supply of flower pots. BOLTS AND RINGS Our stock of bolts, clips, pins, etc., is ample for your need. SASH AND DOORS Perfect fitting of joints places our doors and sashes above the average. SEWER PIPES E:«:h quality glazed pipe with per- fect fitting joints. FURNITURE AND RUGS We propose that none will under sell us in this line of merchandise. A complete selection of furniture for practical ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

There is a world of difference between wiring back and going back cekenr USING POOR CEMENT IN BUILDING Is like erecting a house on sand. Neither will stand the test of time. Get god cement and be sifre that it is LONE STAR CEMENT. THE MIJfrEOLA MONITOR NOTICE OF TRUSTEES pa > . 4 ;v. r J • i ( i, VISIT THE BIG CLEANUP THIS WEEK AND NEXT. , EVERYTHING IN THE STORE AT B. L. CHAPPELL'S SHOE SPECIALS ALL STAR BRAND SHOES IN , SHOES FOR THE CHILDREN MEN AND WOMEN In all Styles and Colors in this Big Sale. Come in and see for yourself. B. L CHAPPELL Mineola, Texas ELECTION Xotice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the School Board of the Mineola Independent School District, an election will be held within said district on Saturday April 7 1928, for fche purpose of electing (4) four trustees for said Independent School Dis- trict for the ensuing two years. Said election will be held at the Mayor's office in the City of Mineola, Texas, and J. W. Jennings is appointed Manager to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

j I | V ' THE MIAEOLA i OR >1 THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of Mineola High School Staff ^Elected For 1927-28. E'irrrorial sta ff Editor-in-cheif . Associate Editor-in-cheif . _ . Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor . Girl's Athletic Editor . ... K EPORTORS Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Freshman Class _... Sub-Freshman Class Ruth Carswell Marguerite Kine Faye Gladden Roger Nixon Ruth Russell Frances Cannon La Neta Brawner Audrey Faye Rountree ...... Edna JIae Kington Rosalie Buchanan HONOR ROLL Fifth Six Weeks 1928 1st Grade Bass, Marie Bowdoin, Patsy Brooks, Sonny Bruner. Ralnh Craver, Lou Nell Eddleman, Richard English, Francine Fisher, Eugenia, Godwin, Floy Graham, Irene Hortman, Willie. Humphreys, Harold Jones, Betty Marie Mallory, Claud Pegues, Robert Ray, Alfred 2nd Grade Blartkenship, Henry Corbet, Billie Jean Corley, Delilah Hearn, Josephine Kingston. Dorothy Mm berry, Joe Ford Nicholson, Clyde Roberts, Perry Vance, Alice Marie :jrd Grade Bobbitt, Oscar Devers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

m THE MLNEOLa MONITOR 4 A \ % The Smile Center of East Texas , Mineola is known far and wide as The Home of Progressive Merchants who believe that the Best Customers, are the Satisfied Customers—It is a place where you can secure die Best Merchandise at the most reasonable prices—It is the center of the railway activities in East Texas and promises to become even more prominent- with its newly constructed Gas Boosting Plant costing $1,000,000, an excellent farming territory and intelligent farmers feels justly proud and thankful. The citizens of Mineola are happy. They have happy homes and happy children. It is a little city of which we are smilingly happy-Is there any wonder that Mineola is the SMILE CENTER of Eas* Texas. THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS STAND READY TO SERVE YOU AND MMEOU S I S L E R ' S Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-Wear "It Pays To Pay Cash at SislerV SOUTHWESTERN GAS AND i ELECTRIC COMPANY "We Live To Serve To Live" WARREN'S VARITY STORE ,4We Se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

iw£ V THE MINEOLA jlONfTOR Budweiser Real Quality Malt Syrup '>;-V ' jVfalt Sy™P increafs food *alu<* Its finer flavor comes from constant control from raw materials to finished product by America's foremost ltsters. Plain and hop flavored. Strictly union made. ANHEUSER-BUSCH, St. Louis MAYFIELD COMPANY Distributors Mineola, Texas IM. IF BM-61 You'll be interested to know just why Chiropractic |i is so efficient and so safe in cases of so-called rheumatic | troubles—even in cases of long standing that have not $ yielded to other health methods. I ' and son Morgan visited their j sick daughter in aDllas Sun day. Mrs. S. O. Turner and Irene visited Mrs. Mullanax Sunday aftefnoon. Master Douglas Jones spent Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Daniels ' Saturday night with Master OLIVE BRANCH The health of the communi ty is fine at present. The farmers are veiy busy with their crops. mi "Rheumatism" Possibly no other organ in the body is commanding greater attention on the part of Science than the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 March 1928

THE MINEOtA Alvin Flvrt was a Shreveport John Roberts of Jamestown, visitor Sunday. l^turdav. Er STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL What you may tel! us about your affairs, never get any farther than the front dooi of this Bank. We believe you are entitled to this consideration and on this basis, we invite your confidence.. Ample Re- sources. Abie Officers and a desire to serve have made this bank one of the strongest institutions in East Texas.' safe, dependable and accomodating Fill up before you go and get those New Tires at e. lott & son garage iqneovv texas i Cream Separators McCORMICK—peering Primrose —BALL BEARING— / * The world's Easiest Running Cream Separator. •A sure road to prosperity and better times for the farmers. —12 MONTHS TO PAY— Come in and let us explain the proposition to you. Mineola Hardware Company Tennis Shoes for men, women and chilldren $-1.75 value for $1.25.' J. L Mallet. Tennis Shoes for men, women apd children -tl.7^ value for $1.25. J. L Mallet. Tennis Shoes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

Vi£ V* ■• --•*'' •* £*■ y„ -..- v,«*'vM fe ' , ."• --.J'-- - S •• '/ ' •" *■ *li§r V The A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE' VOL 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1928. NUMBER L PROMIS C SPRINGTIME 4- -I* * v *!* -I- !* I« v *!« !• v % J, A • T T > v v *1- v v v v --i* v a ^ 4. ^ •!* •> T V T* *5* FLAMES THREATEN ENTIRE STRUCTURE OF NEW BECKHAM HOSTELRY FRIDAY £N FIREMAN OVERCOME BY SMOKE DRAGGED FROM ATTIC ^ total Loss From File And Water Estimated To Be Approximately $2500 Fire which broke out in the New Beckham Hotel Friday threatened to destroy the en- tire structure and those ad- joining but became controllable V after a desperate fight by the local volunteer fire boys head- ed by Elli Reeves. Henry Sims, Wesley Lott, Chas Hart and Henry Fisher. Others contri- buted their splendid share in the battle. The loss is estimated at $2500 which is covered parti- - - ftllv by insurance. The fire originated in room >/numberl2 in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

*.?;V 1 i ■ d. * THE MINEOLA MONITOR The Mineola Monitor! V'St^ j business, therefore \by agitat- ing a 'dry issue we really get the votes of the underworld who profit by illicit liquor trade—by uniting: the churches and the bootleggers there is r.<> chance of bringing back intoxicating drinks for neither on* desires tl ic con Mtio'n to exist—NOW fellow schemers, let ns do this, > TAKE THE LEAD IN THE] * BATTLE FRONT FOR A DRY TEXAS AND A DRY AMERICA S' ' Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. r. H. Carraway, Editor an<jl Qwner J. B. Cowan,, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Arnouncements in this column are made subject to the Democratic pri— fight the good fight—show pary election. ( the voters that WE ARE REAL Eates: District offices, $15; Coun-|MEN and , STALWART—by golly—and all the while keep our own individual candidacy in the background and when the voters go to the polls to cast their votes, they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

Ifcty ■ W y m i?'' ■' Wl ilii TSfc^'i md r THE MINEOLA MONITOR Attention!! FARMERS BUILDERS HOME MAKERS The selection of the right sort of Implements - Building Materials Furniture - and Household necessiti es is most important. Our experience in these matters is yours for the asking. SCREENING The fly season and mosquito sea- son is here protect your home and milk houses with durable screens. GARDEN HOSE—FLOWER POTS As Spring arrives be prepared to keep those flowers and gardens watered. Have a good supply of flower pots. BOLTS AND RINGS Our stock of bolts, clips, pins, etc., is ample for your need. FURNITURE AND RUGS We propose that none will under sell us in this line of merchandise. A complete selection of furniture fpr practical use and for dress pur- pases. See what we have. ROOFING AND SHINGLES A good grade of composition roof- inir—the best Red Cedar and Cypress Shingles. SASH AND DOORS Perfect fitting of joints places our doors and sashes above the average. CULTIVATERS The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

I , THfi-MlNEOLA MONITOR NOTICE TRI STKKS "i , /, KI.KCTION NtfiicV if* luMvWy jriwn that tMlT.sfiit'il' 1 ° a>1 ° '(iiJr of the Sch«K>l Iloiit'd of the Mineola Tmfcejx'ndt'nt School District, an election will be hold within j <*aM district on Saturday April 7 1928. tor the purpose of j electing 4) four trustees for j njlid Independent School Di*-' trict for the ensuing two years. | x ,$ai,j election will be hekl a.ti the Mayor office in the City! of Mineola. Texas, and J. W. Jennings is appointed Manager to hold said election, Which will be held in accordance with the General Election 'Laws of l^exas as near as possible. Witness our hands this 6th dljty of March 1928. , B. L. CHAPPELL. ' ' President of School Board' .Attest: 51-4tc J. D. HARRIS, Secretary of School Board SCHOOL ELECTION SLATED FOR APRIL 7 April 7 will usher,m the elec- tion of four school trustees for the Mineola School District. The four places to be filled! are the ones now held by James D. Harris, Secre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

IS?" I 1 THE MINEOLa MOATTOK \y) I NEW AS SPRING FLOWERS s 'v, V'/' \5 *>&■ hi. !< ' fp:- " 9ft I 9 S .rAk^t ac my. ^ ./ PsMi&t vi0S'1 Not too late for the Easter Suit. Place your order now mm at Puckett's /Tailor Shop. fijj ^ >>t io;> late for the Easter fjv; Suit. Place your order now at Pnckett's Tailor Shop.' 11 N For all the family just Arrived. N>w Dresses in Silks and Crepe for Misses and Ladies. Shoes for Spring and Summer wear that will please; the most exacting for Ladies. Men and Children. Ladies' Hosiery and Silk Undies in Silks and Rayons featuring all colors. Easter is nearly here. Dress Up The Entire Family For The EASTER SEASON E. D- SCOTT Mineola Texas For Sale or Rent: 350 acres | CLEARANCE SALE of land 1 1-2 miles East of! CONTINUES IN Mineola. Practically all in* cul-! s MILLINER I tivation. Part in city limits, j ~ .' v Also several good building lots The Clearance. Sale c; liats far sale on East side of Min-1 . ontinues throughout thi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 March 1928

M I ■ THE MIN E OLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET By Students of M in coin fJif/h School Staff Elected I-'oi" 1^27-28. F/DTT'OR I V I S TA F F Editor-in-cheif Associate Editor-in-eheif - — Social Editor Boy's Athletic Editor . - . ...v... Girl's Athletic Editor - R E I' (i R TORS Senior Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Freshman Class Sub-Freshman Class CURTAIN CLUB girls declamation. First Class A Essay Writing The Curtain Club did not Catherine Goddard took first have the regular meeting l&st i place, as did Rosalie Buchanan week due to a typing demon- j in Ward School. Also Clyde strati or given in the auditorium Lawrence and Harmon McAl- at the meeting hour. Over ! lister for the boys and Montine lialf of thechib are members j Phillips and Bonnie Jean Mc- bt the commercial cla&si '(and J Guire for the girls took first they wished to postpone the ; place in debate as there were meeting. j no other teams entered against ; The play ''Not Quite Such them. Also Mouzon Fletcher A...

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