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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 April 1941

N#ws Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The YellowJacket Published weekly in Qm Sunday Record in tbe In- terest of Mineola Hkgfc School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday,. April 20,1941. fag-e i/nree Staff of the SOPHOMORE EDITION k of the I YELLOW JACKET Joyce Moc!; Lois Thoma Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor General News . Ann Buchanan | .. i Sports __ Ben Shirey Feature Writers Frances Ann Coleman, Peggy Patterson, Jo Ann Hughes. Saphomore Edition. This week's edition of the Yellow Jacket i;> devoted to the interests and activities of the Sophomore Class, and is dedi- cated to their sponsors, Mrs. Jennings and Coach Robnett. Assembly Program. Students of MHS were baf- fled by the performance of Hen - ry Ramsey. "The Marvel Mind," at assembly Wednesday. Mr. Ramsey, from Tyler Commer- cial College, gave a remark- able demonstration of concen- tration on numbers, performing mental feats that astonished the audience...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 April 1941

Page Four The Sunday Record, April 20, 1941, Ward School P-TA Holds Last Meeting The Ward School P-TA will facet for the last regular meet- ing of the school year on Tues- day. April 22, at 3:35 p. m. Mrs. J. P. English, leader for Cbe day, will have the "Moth- ers' Quartet" sing several num- bers. Mrs. J. K. Welch, guest speaker, will discuss "Is Peace Possible?" All room mo hers are asked to be present at the executive meeting at 3 o'clock in the school librarv. Federated Clubs To Hold Convention "Education for Democracy's Defense" will be the theme of the annual convention of the Third District Texas Federa- tion of Women's Clubs to be fcield in Longview April 22-23. according to an announcement t>7 Mrs. J H. Moore, Deport, district president. Registration for the conven- ^ tion will begin at 8 a. m„ Tues- day, April 22, at the Commun- ity Center, where all sessions, inctading dinners and lunch- eraa, will be held . Mrs. Moore urges attendance OX every club president and deleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 April 1941

Go to Church ie several churches of |eola urge your at- 7ance at any or all services today. The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE \*O0D COUNTY RECORD Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or ail their services today. twelfth Year—Number 4. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 27, 1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Brakeman Neal is the latest addition to the railroad resi- dents of the North Sycamore Street-Sand Springs Boulevard community. Like ail new-com- ers, he is not familiar with the customs of his neighbors and has flagrantly violated all the rules in the neighborhood. Among the railroads out here we have a strict rule that spec- ifies that the menfolks will never gee up a sweat. All work around the place will be done by the women. Coffee will be served in bed, immediately up- ^a wakening. lis guy worRs all the time he has my conscience ^ering me, so I am going ^ave the committee wait ||im and endeavor t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 April 1941

Pasre Two The Sunday Record, April 27,1941. BUY rr IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD Published ETery Sunday in Mineola, Wood Oounty, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Eltle 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. FIRST IN EIGHTEEN YEARS; MANY MORE TO COME i The 35,000-ton battleship North Carolina was placed in I active service on April 9. It is the first battleship to be built in the United Staes in eighteen years and was commissioned nearly three months ahead of schedule. The "newest and most formidable fighting ship in the world" will have a complement of 1,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 April 1941

N«ws Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- fell staff. The YellowJacket Published weekly in tte Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola mg| School. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Texas, Sunday, April 27, 1941. Page Three rELLOW JACKET STAFF ^-in-Chief .. e. L. Hendrix J- Leslie Shelburne, "WSyne Collins. Feature Writers Mary Lea Lindley, Elaine Coleman, and Otha Dee Rape. Clubs Anna Louise Shirey, Ray HartsfieJd, 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. Chorus Gives Concert. An excellent concert program was given by the Mineola High School Choral Club and the Ward School Chorus at ths Ward School auditorium Tues- day evening at 8 o'clock. The numbers rendered were: Now the Day Is Over, Joseph Barnby; Steal Away, spiritual. School Chorus. Thine Eyes, from Elijah, lssoh,n Anna Shirey, L. Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 April 1941

THE HAPPINESS GIRLS Page Four Social Calendar (Coming events of the week) \ SUNDAY— Brotherhood Railroad Train- j men, 2:30, Flynt's Hall. I MONDAY— Circle No. 1 of Woman's So- J ciety of Christian Service, 2. | First Methodist Church. Junior Chamber of Com- : snseree, 7:30, English Funeral j Chapel. Circle No. 2 of Woman's So- [ eitty of Christian Service j Sunshine Sisters Party, Mrs. j W. B. Dickson. WEDNESDAY— ClUb | Miss Admirations, the Hap- | Wednesday. Tiiey took inven- ' rS" ' 8C piness Girls, iepresenting Ad-j tory of the Admiration Coffee THURSDAY— | miration Coffee and its Hap- I in local grocery stores. The The Sunday Record, April 27,1941. BUY IT IN MINEOLA Admiration year. And I do call upon all Federal, State, and local offi- cials, and all patriotic, civil, and educational organizations to join in exercising calculated to impress upon all our citi- zens, both native-born and nat- uralized, the special signifi- cance of citizenship in this Nation. In witness whereof,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 4 May 1941

V Church sral churches of Ufge your at- at any or all ices today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 5. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, May 4. 1941. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Local Board Told To Classify All Registrants Soon *♦- ^ The Wood County Local At this time of the year our . state flower, the Bluebonnet, is jBoard has been lnstructed b? in full bloom, adding a touch jstate Director J. Watt Page of rare beauty to otherwise [ to begin mailing question- drab surroundings. The roll- I naires to all registrants for ing hills of the prairie coun- ! Selective Service, and to mail try of the west end are cov- I them consistently until all reg- ered with them. Patches of i istrants in the county have The Circus Comes to Bellevue Hospital Honor Graduates C. I. Kine First beautiful blue harmonizing with t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 4 May 1941

T*asre Two The Sunday Record, May 4,1941. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday In Mineola, Wood County, Texas itered at the postofTice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. KUle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection npon 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. RUSSIAN ORDER Unless Stalin is the most stupid of autocrats, the world must assume that he comprehends his own situation and acts he he views his own best interests. There are no concrete statements of the Soviet position. Any estimate of Russion intentions is at best conjecture. But informed observers are convinced that the Russian dictator realizes that there can be no pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 February 1942

16S Ol your at- 'any or all bes today. he Sunday Record 4 ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Go to Church The several churches oft I Mineola urge youi at- tendance at any or t their services today. Twelfth Year—Number 44. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, February 1,1942. Four Pages Today I. ^deliveries, ■^rauite a b Texas I HhUder o Bid be, GKIINN'S QqdCKS By LITTLE WILLIE NONSENSE COMMENTS OF A COUM-RY COLUMNIST 'BLAC^pE" has lost his bicy- cle, |e is a carrier boy for cord, and is a young- whose industry touches ft tender spot in your heart, hasn't had the chance of little fellows, for his fath- dead. So Blackie, in a ired little ways, puts his shoulders to the wheel vorks ind helps to make foi? his mother and whae his schoolmates jjla^ing. ^fear ago Blackie ask- Job as carrier boy, and his sincerity of purpose in- stantly convinced Mr. Carra- way that he'd do for the job. And not one time has he de- ceived that trust. He's usually I the first one here at the office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 February 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, February 1,1942. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday In Mineola. Wood County. Texas ltered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3. 1879 OIJR RISING SUN of paper changed from Wood Countv Record tn The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26. 1939 MEMBER: Texas Press Association; Vnrth anri East Texas Press Associatioi xs erroneous reflection apon the chm cter stnnding or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or rorpn:; * nv ivh -fi\ i.p^a> in the columns of this newspapei a !)* nerreo upon being brought to the attentioi < the ublishers he Yellow Jacket MUSHED IN INTEREST OF MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor George Hannon Sports Slants John TKoi-°s Hallmark Intermural Sports Claude Bozarth General News .... Gene Mallory, Robert Turk, Virginia Shows Band Gregory Brooks, Albert Chapman Choral Club Billie Frances Patterson, John Blandford . Assembly Dorothy McDanicl, Jack Payne Locals Evelyn Wise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 February 1942

tlNEOLA' The Sunday Reqord, February 1,1942. Page ihiee WHAT TO DO |N AN AIR RAID l"'by the U. S. Office of Cieilian Defense * m I. KEEP COOL all, keep cool. Don't lose your head. |^crowd the streets, avoid chaos, prevent disorder and the enemy. It is easy. If planes come over, stay where you are. Don't phone unnecessarily. The chance you will be hit is small. It is part of the risk we must take to win this war. Until an alarm, go about your usual business and recreation in the ordinary way. Think twice before you do anything. Don't believe rumors- spreading false rumors is part of the enemy's technique. Don'c let him take you in. . Know your air-raid warning. In general, it is short blasts or rising and falling pitch, on whistles or horns. The "all clear" u a steady tone for 2 minutes. Watch this paper for description of the local signal. (This is subject to change.) Await official information before taking any action. When Air Raid Warden comes to your home, do what he tells you. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 February 1942

- I Page Pour The Sunday Record, February 1,1942 \UY IT JACKET (Continued from page 2) Ann and George, Jewel and Clifford and Billie Sue and H. A. walking out to Al's Sat- urday night? At least it saved tires. Mr. Branson telling a cer- tain group of seniors in his study hall that they "talked too much." are you PIMG TO BUILD? * * ★ If you are plan* ning to build, you should consult the 'Jas Companv to make sure that Nat- ural Gas is available at the pronosed site. ★ Government regu- lations restrict the use of steel and oth- er critical materials for use in the con- struction of Gas main extensions. ★ If you inquire before you begin construction, incon- venience and disap- pointment may be avoided. ★ We are anxious to serve you, but we are sure you will agree that our first duty is to cooperate fully in the great national task of ^on- serving important materials necess^r\ to the winning of this war. UNITED STATES WINGS tfONDS andslvmps UNITS-I GAS The way that Bryan Moss mumbles? H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 February 1942

to Church several churches of ieoia urge your at- lce at any or all services today. / I ( ' ! The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Go to Church The several churches off Mlneola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. Twelfth Year—Number 45. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, February 8,1942. Four Pages Today GM1NN'5 QUACKS By LTITLE WILLIE SIMPLE THOUGHTS OF A SIMPLE MIND MINEOLA'S "drat the rat" campaign begins Monday morn- ing. -Don't forget to get your 3S^°n at the City Hall first rattle --out of the box in manana. ... Overheard: "Hang- over? Yeah. A friend asked me to run down to Gladewater with him and drink a couple of bottles of beer and get back by <11. Instead, we had eleven of beer and got back at 2." ... Hurk Sims is answering to the name but he won't tell you Quote: "I have from the talk- from the in- esk from the ;e, I am un- teachers."— yet, "St TG like stepping on a on a Sunday morning: Mickey Rooney and W. C. Fields ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 February 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, February 8,1942. THE SUNDAY RECORD , Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1930. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. An> 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. THE HOME FRONT In our patriotic zeal and fervor for national defense and lor winning the war, we are prone to forget that war is not all a matter of guns and tanks and airplanes and ships. It is based on food production, machine toll capacity and the spirit of the people at home and in the stores and shops and offices. War is not all marching men and thrilling m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 February 1942

iUY IT IN MINEO] The Sunday Rec )rd, February 8,1942. JACKET |(Continued from page 2) [ector, Mr. Herod, assisted (Tyler Symphony Orchestra _Jhe^ monthly performance in yle? Monday evening, Feb- aary 2. Other outstanding band ^directors who participated were paries Hill of Overton, Wil- oti Godfrey of Hawkins, Paul Stroud of Rocky Mountain, C. O. Croson of London Junior High, and several others. The symphony was under the di- rection of Fritz Fall. Three local band members who attended the symphony concert were Carl Painter, Al- bert Chapman, and Morgan L. Willelord. DEMOCRACY WRITTEN /N /86Z AND AS TRUE /NIJ4Z : l/^ jHfe sfaJI notfy save or meanly lose |= Rope of earbR." ■= Airaham Jjncotn- =. Jacket Buzz. Monday we enjoyed a brief visit from Marjorie Coleman and four of her college friends from TSCW, visiting with her during mid-term holidays. A most attractive group of girls, j^d^y we also enjoyed see- jid Gaines, a visitor at He is now attending the [lwest Aviation School in Its...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 February 1942

Four The Sunday Record, February 8,1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA] icola Loses Jemi-Finals i Van Tourney Coach Paul Snow's Yellow Jacket cagers got hot in the first game of the District 20-A tournament held at Van last week-end, beating Kaufman 24-10, but Vance's ankle sprain was too much for the locals to suffer in the semi-finals, los- ing to Wills Point 22 to 18. Jacket-ace Vance sustained his injury in the second quarter, and without the main cog the Mineola cage machine couldn't click. In the opener against Kauf- man, Vance was high point man with twelve points, while his teammate Hill was second with eight points. Wills Point beat Canton, Edgewood licked Grand Saline, and Quitman trimmed Van in the other open- ing round contests. Feature game of the Thursday night program was the 36-34 Quitman victory over Van. The battle was said to be one of the most thrilling ever to be played in East Texas. Should Quitman emerge as champion in the tourney the two teams will play again Friday night...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 February 1942

f" I Go to Church several churches of sola urge your at- ldance at any or all services today. f \ ' ' The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches Ofl Mineola urge your afc- tendance at any or aft their services today ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD TwelfthYear—Number 40. J-f I o Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday,. February 15, 1942. Four Pages Today U nregistered Men, 20-45, to Sign Monday CMINN'5 QU/TCK5 By LITTLE WILLIE NOTATIONS OF A NOTEBOOK NOVELIST QUACKS had a pleasant after- noon at Quitman Friday, and in his rounds he found a first- party in progress in the ,o:f District Clerk Son Cal- The charming host of |tstanding social hit was i's Claude Bruce, attrac- Qrace Jones of Judge fcfetarial. staff being the honorea. Ice cream and lemonade were served to seven guests, all of whom wanted sec- ond helpings. It was a gay af- fair, indee 1. When Claude throws a party, he throws a party. WE ALSO (hopped around to see County Clerk B. A. Hol- brook,- who intro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 February 1942

Page Two ' 77# i s The Sunday Record, Februarw 15,1942. IUY IT IN MINEO] THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County. rexa.*- Batered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matiei under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Billboard is Used as Honor Roll at Indiana Plant fttle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North ana hia t Press Association Texas Any erroneous reflection apon me character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation whicn may appear in the columns of this newspaper win be gladly corrected I upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. ARE YOU ON A PAYROLL OF HONOR? Our Country, Your Country, is at War. We are at war because of a treacherous attack by a totali- tarian nation opposed to every ideal Americans hold dear. Democratic America is slow to arouse, but when we go to mi we go in to win. We MUST win for we have our he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 February 1942

■! T fUY IT IN MINFQLAJ JACKET ~ [Continued from page 2) Humphreys, 21; Clarence The SundayJgbcord, February 15,1942. Page Three ?s, 22. Students. 3ry Brooks is a typical f. He is 6 feet tall and fs 164 Pounds. He is a ember of the band and of the Jacket staff. Peggy Coker seems to be his hobby. When be graduates from MHS he wants to serve Uncle Sam. Typical junior is Reba Faye forehead. She is 5 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs 115. She is a member of the pep squad and choral club. Her hobby is collecting pictures. Her ambi- tion is to be a stenographer. Joseph Kennedy is a typical sophomore. He is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 108 pounds. Stamp collecting is bis hobby. He wants to be a ;dril engineer. Bob Browning is a typical jgjhman. He is 5 feet tall and weighs 122 pounds. He spends most of his spare time on horseback. He would like to be a rancher. Senior Ambitions. | ^ Gene Bright, airplane mechan- t; JoJ^n Blandford, actor; Peg- pr, model; Gregory ister mechanic; Jim- erton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 February 1942

Page Four ± The Sunday Record, February 15,1942. BUY IT IN Ice Melts Before Victims Recover Recovery from ice injuries doesn't come about as swiftly as the rise in temperature which melts the ice. Along with ice skating, snow balling, and other winter sports, every cold wave brings many a fall and spill on icy walks and steps. In the Texas State College for Women Hospital Ruth Hildebrand, right, of Galveston, tries the crutches Elsie Bell, Longview, left, will be wearing when she gets out of bed. Both girls were injured seriously enough to require hospitali- zation and sustained medical attention, while numerous others received minor bruises, sprains, and face cuts from falls on slippery campus walks during the recent cold wave. Billie Browning Celebrates 13th Birthday Friday Miss Billie Browning was hostess to seventeen of her friends at a wiener roast held on the lawn of her home Fri- day night. The occasion was Billie's thirteenth birthday. Following a number of games, the group ...

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