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

ft' m The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola, Texas under the Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carrawav, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan, Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. GOLDEN Sunday afternoon a number of people met to organize an Ep- worth League. The league was 'organized and the following v/ere elected as officers: Alvis Galusha. ^president; Mabel Harrison, Vice- -president; and Myrtle Prickett. -Secretary and easurer. The league ho;" of meeting will foe on Sunday evening at 6:30. Aletha Wardlaw spent Sunday with Virginia Greer. Mariene Henderson had for her guest Friday night Francis Moss. Mr. George Good spent Satur- day night with Joe Carr. Mr. and Mrs. Laminack and family spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Powel. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. West and family visited relatives at Crow Sunday. Miss Lola Wardlaw spent Wed- nesday night with -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chapman of Golden. Mrs. W. H. Rose visited her daughter Mrs. Roy Wardlaw Fri- day afternoon. Miss Manva...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 8 November 1928

Iptiff ii '" ngmmnggg •:/?; Ifv >•; pe ■■•■■■?:< •' A? . ■ W$%m ^T5«- • • 4-y-i- |fe THE MINEOLA MONITOR THE YELLOW JAGKET MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL ©f? Editor-in-chief Associate Editor-in-chief Social Editor EDITORIAL STAFF, 1928-29. Ruth. Russell Juanita Vandiver Juanita Huff Girls Athletic Editor Boys Athletic Editor Senior Reporter Junior Reporter .Sophomore Reporter JShman Reporter Frankie Chrietzberg Kelley Bruce CLASS REPORTERS Paul Lee Precise Vandelia Vandiver i. Cecil Wisener Ruth Little - MANY PRINCESSES TO BE HERE The local post of the American |f$; Legion has sent out invitations to more than 100 schools to send a princess here next Monday for the big parade, and for the coro- nation ceremonies to take place night. The response has been erous and already the names of princesses from over the coun- ty and all sections of East Texas are being certified to the com- mittee daily. Every school in Wood County has been mailed a personal let- ter and invited to select a prin- c...

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

/ THE linfflOLA MONITOR 4# -JUST WHAT YOU NEED— For these Fall Days some member of your family needs something new in the Dry Goods line. Our latest shipments includes— New Coats for Ladies and Misses—New Shoes for the whole family—New Suits for father and son—Plenty of work clothes and a large assortment of Fall and Winter Piece Goods. E. D. SCOTT STRAYED OR STOLEN: Small black mare, 800 pounds, brown, with saddle and bridle. Saw last hitched in alley in Mineola busi- ness section. Finder put her up and call me. R. L. Willis, Golden. Mada Ruth Smith of Alba has been a guest of Mr. B. L. Chappell this week. Miss Mozelle Faulk of Com- merce was a guest of Mrs. T. Z. English last Sunday. Miss Vorice Smith of Ft Smith, Arkansas, is here as a guest of her aunt Mrs. Lollie Hancock. • SENATOR ELECTED • NEW YORK, Lav. 7.—A list of ,United States Senators chosen in yes- terday's national ^'.oction follows: California, H. K. Johnson, Republi- can. Connecticut, F. C. Walcott, Re- publican. Fl...

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

i&fcii- K I" I sagprfflf?-1" It T--b e v :v. " • -, e..,, :\,y &r- ■ - ijr-f, V & :~-r vol -v-H iV Hi HI -■••V! The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" I % VOL. 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1928. NUMBER 35. ANNUAL EVENT CELEBRATED ON ARMISTICE DAY EIGHT THOUSAND PEOPLE ^ SWARM MINEOLA STREETS ON ARMISTICE DAY. Ml Though there was not as large a number of visitors in Mineola on Armistice Day of this years as there were on the same day last year, not by several thousands, yet there were approximately eight thousand people here to enjoy the festivities of that day on Novem- ber 12, the day after Armistice -since Armistice this year fell on :Sunday. Preparations had been :made to entertain the motly crowd who arrived soon after the break- fast hour and who continued to •come into town hour after hour until dark. This entertainment consisted principally of The Mem- orial Address, delivered by the Hon. Alvin M. Owsley....

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

s HB MBBOLA MONITOR XS' The MineoSa Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mitseola, Texas under the Act at Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan. Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. THEY'RE OVER Two things are now over for the year, the Election and the Arm- istice Celebration. The election didn't go to suit us, excepting in the city and county. The Celebra- tion was ma:::: by several in- cidents which could have been a- wt>ided. getting injured for life. There is no excuse for permitting fire crackers being exploded on our streets and especially when a crowd is present. MEMORIAL ADDRESS Col. Alvin Owsley who delivered the Memorial Address here on Armistice Day v/:.g greeted by four thousand people .ho listened with appreciative ears. Col. Owsley himself a veter:.:: of the World's War and Past # mmander of the American Legion, delivered one of the most masterful addresses ever heard in Miiieola. Those who heard him stated that it was the greatest treat t...

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

j# m ) THE WNBOLA MOKITOB I A ^ NS ■SIII-AiBZi'ksn Sh SgS Chief Executive Elect, and First Ladyf E*W ". T. ( S-'—'V-.v iv. -"Tx t*P % £5^ -VS ...jte I :?^yM^vk4 «w.-;-.v- ■. ; ,. ?.,; I 4i . -y? _ ' "t'L ^ ;#f;: sefc^A'.^^Sr«,A ' 41 ' : V" ,■ * y pt* *^i •v,^. "-*?"■ j THq I nbrinu f - Vnfly by f isher In its Puhe-sfming. • 'crformattcg ill Find New Motoriiag Thrills Skimming the rtraiglitaway at seventy ;mt better. Turning up BISI;--right horsepower yhen it s reajjy cyrlim itself. Ace* U rating from J I to 2a miles per hour in six short seconds, rhaf^ f f! j Ne.w AH-Amrrican has been doing for m->n;\s ;a Genwii Motors Proving Ground . . . V now il\ here where you can try it. h<. r « ym cnt < xpericnee jta glorious performance yonrsdf. A smart, t colorful car that you're sure to admire . . I especially after you've had it out on the road* * * * *eal ptdse-stirritig performance. Just try tins New AU-Ai .crjcnn. Yow'Il find that it oflers brand new motoring thrills. PrtCM tin...

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

M* V On' THE «wna .i' MONTfQ® -™mmsg**r*r>«<(nsw BOYS' SHOES for WINTER For Winter Wear,— Boys need shoes that are extra well made from leather that will be proof a g a i n s t many soakings from water and ice. We re- commend these shoes for just that sort of service, because they are made to withstand it. / / •. 4 Wy1 E. D. SCOTT J&2* If' / FOR RENT 0:-:0 Six Room Modern Home with all con- veniences nice fruit trees, garage, barn and garden space. 0:-:0 MRS. PINK EN CEL. IHi 8BI ii'-t Musician Visits Relatives Here §1 .'.i* V l£rs. Albert Dee. formerly Miss Hazel Hancock, was in Mineola today for a short visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Hancock. Mrs. Dee is now playing on the Jefferson Amusement Circuit and is accompanying the picture "Wings," as it tours Texas for its first time. Last night the picture was shown in Longview. Mrs. Dee left today for Longview. J. M. HEARD HOME BURNS MONDAY NIGHT The home of J. M. Heard was destroyed by fire Monday evening The alsfrrrr-...

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

;!• / - , ■u> v%A-■**--*--M 3? '<••* V'• the mm zow mmmm ■ yl f Used Cars P I- . t- E-- If you are in the market for a good used car it will be to your interest to see these. •One 1926 Model Ford—A good one at a real rgain. _ See this one, One Chevrolet Roadster—New paint,— good Rubber—a dandy little car at a low price. FT j One 1926 Model Chevrolet Truck—Motor rompletely over-hauled one that will give you good service. One Ford Roadster—Will sell cheap, crrrn en, nu wcvtrr, 4an up a neavy vote in Massachusetts. Hoover's election was conceded by the New York World and the New York Times, pro-Smith newspapers, within three hours after the heavy returns began to come is last night. About 1 a. m. today Governor Smith, facing the cold figures as they poured in, admitted defeat and sent a tele- gram to Hoover, which said: "I congratulate you heartily on I your victory and extend to you my sincere good wishes for your health and hppjness and for the success of i yc-ir '^ministration...

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

THE Mfi*E#LA MONITOR THE YELLOW JACKET MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL STAFF, 1928-29. Editor-in-chief Ruth Russell Associate Editor-in-chief Juanita Vandiver Social Editor Juanita Huff Girls Athletic Editor Frankie Chrietzberg Boys Athletic Editor Kelley Bruce ; werfe classmates in C. I. A. some (?) years ago, and was a guest in the Williams' home while in the city. Y-:-J I Let's all go to Troup Friday! j Y-:-J | RED GROSS FIGHTS DEATH AN! ' M CLASS REPORTERS *SIl* Reporter eporter ire Reporter . Reporter __ Paul Lee Precise Vandelia Vandiver Cecil Wisener Ruth Little , JACKSONVILLE HIGH HAS PAPER High School News is the name of the official publication of Jack- sonville High Schcol. The paper is published Friday of each week by the students and faculty of the high school. It is a four page live column, edition. It gives all th& school news, as well as an ac- count of extra-school activities. It is distributed free to all stud- ents, and this is made possible by a large list of a...

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

r- '* ^SBE V? llr v QU * l".: • t'*1 \ ' r. \ TBB XmmLA MONITOR BOARD AND ROOM: Close in, all Conveniences, Cool rooms. Apply at iWishard Home or see Thps. J. Hale. 4tc 30 Get Fowler's prices where prices are below quality. Subscribe to the Monitor. Pay your subscription. Q> ' Before you buy furniture, Fowler Furniture prices. get 1 Atwater Kent Radio MODEL 52 A console model containing the Atwater Kent Radio model 42 receiving set and "Radio's Tru- est Voice," the Atwater Kent speaker. ^ m Model 52 $117.00 Complete with tubes $139.50 Two Attractive Colors The model 52 is satin finished in either the beautiful deep golden bronze and gold, or the rich, new dark brown and gold. Demensions:- length 18 inches, depth 11 inches, height 30 inches. One of the features of this model is that the front and back are equally attractive. RED CROSS BUSSES AID IN HURRICANE DISASTER In addition to their year around work in the Public Health field, the Public Health nurses of the American Red Cros...

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

fife# mi THE MINEOLA M0N1T0B N -'P u A SALE THAT TRIPLES YOUR EXPECTATIONS IT'S THE BIGGEST THING IN EAST TEXAS . STOCK REDUCTION SALE Ttie eyerie which throngs our store and crowds our aisles from early morn til dewy eve with satisfied shoppers and enthusiastic boosters. Did you ever see such crowds as on last Friday and Saturday? Come again. The same values await you. - H 25c Value 32 inch Fast Color Zephyr Ging- hams, big range of lovely patterns to choose from, yard 16c 22x44 Extra heavy thread Turkish Towels with colored Borders, rose, blue and gold. 35c value, special each 25c 50 Dozen Mill-end Huck Towels and Napkins 14 to 16 inch lengths witfi hemmed ends. A very special each 4c Boys $1.00 Ribbed Union Suits all sizes, 28 to 34, now 69c Bed Spreads $6.50 Rayon Spreads size 84x108 now $4.29 $1.25 Krinkled Bed Spreads, full size, very Special now each 79c $2.50 value 81x105 Rayon Bed Spreads $1.98 10 TO 11 (yCLOCK A. M. 27 Inch 15c Outing Flannel in light or dark colors, regul...

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

W- W V ■ <-■ ^ • s." ... ' •'V . :" • •;••' •> -^4 ■ ■■."• • y: ps'" The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE" . 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, N0YEM8ER 22. 1928. NUMBER 3«. DODSON NOBLE WEDDING OCCUR: i Family Residence Is Scene of Colorful ^ r\ Nuptial. Before an assemblage of 150 of her relatives in the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Noble, Miss Margurite Noble became the bride of Mr. Sam Dodson, Tuesday evening at candle light. The words which made them husband and wife were pro- nounced by The Rev. J. Harvey Carlin, pastor of the First Metho- ■dist Church of Mineola, in a most impressive ceremony. The ring ceremony was used. . The bridal party entered the spacious living rooms of the family residence to the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March played by Miss Minnie Patten, and approached the bridal shrine, a beautiful spectacle, banked by y Boston ferns and arched with Southern Smilax. The floor bask- ets filled with ye...

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

mm ■: - '-'W ;«.*• r .'llllf"?' -'TV wm 5£' THE MINEOLA MONITOR I THE YELLOW J A0K E MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL c I ELI.7ABF-TH OATTS WRITES IN CHILTON EAY IN SANTO?" EDITORIAL Editor-in-chief Associate Eclitor-in-chief Social Editor : STAFF, 1928-29. Ruth Russell Juanita Vandiver Juanita Huff Girls Athletic Editor BOys Athletic Editor Senior Reporter 'iJunior Reporter • ^Sophomore Reporter . Freshman Reporter _ Frankie Chrietzberg Kelley Bruce CLASS REPORTERS _ Paul Lee Precise Vandelia Vandiver Cecil Wisener Ruth Little B • ' I THOUGHT THAT I WOULD POP WHEN? fr "RJe saw everybody chewing "dentine" gum in Troup. Every time Troup made a touch down. When Roscose Beasley knocked himself out tackling one of Troup's ■men. Tacy Brunei' began to beat the drum. The Pep Squad began to march into Troup. Mary Rose Johnson bough; some peanut?, in Troup. Nathlee Graver said that sh? was not hungry. Le" Roy Ym:s gave ' Y ! as 6- feet 1 inoY Mr. Copass pub ■; . sti . close to Juanita Vandiver. The Winns...

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

BP- si: W\ ' ... THE MINEOLJ MONITOR wBEBBgg? tt", M!^ymv^^''^l MKwdaybfe MS^BiaSkMiajl^^u. ■■m. .y •;.: ^af- iii'tva- , • r<sr,'-~™—«v,«5«iS] |« rKfriSfe •' 11 r ■" i * w KHSSV! 'J.?... sip i pb ai Jg of Chevrolet History a Six in the price ran^e of the\ four J 1 Wtfejf* %~ The Chevrolet Motor Company announces The Outstanding j Chevrolet of Chevrolet History.«.a Six in the price range of the four! Spectacular as Chevrolet's achievements have been in the past« ♦ w notable as its engineering triumphs have proved themselves to be—this remarkable new car dwarfs every previous Chevrolet accomplishment. Not only does it introduce into the low-priced field an entirely new measure of performance, com- fort, beauty and style—but it is sold at prices so low as to alter every previous conception of motor car value. The new six-cylinder valve-in-head engine— developed from more than a hundred motors designed especially for this sensational car— stands out as an engineering masterpiece. Wit...

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

r*'; J JSEsage® IP. Free Advice Given On Water Supply Austin, Texas, Nov. 21.—Free engineering advice on water sup- ply problems is offered to any! a number of years, Austin operat The water plant at Seguin, built at at cost of $35,000 was designed by the Bureau, and plans for the Brenham water plant have been drawn up by Dr. Schoch. For | § H ■Ki city or municipality in Texas by the Bureau of Industrial Chemis- try at the University of Texas, ac- cording to Dr. E. P. Schoch. The work of the Bureau has recently been extended to include service. ed under a temporary emergency system, the plant for which was designed by the Bureau. Although provided for the Regents of the University, the Bureau of Indus- t-his j trial Chemistry is a State Bureau, j Dr. Schoch said. THE MTNEOLA MONITOR ST SELECT THE ATS Friday and Saturday Matinee "The Glouric Trail" Ken Mavnard Wednesday Rin-Tin-Tin - "The Land of Sliver 17 sve Ibis Ad-lfethT-teYott .nx Comedy T7i f-rn y r or Two 10- ne o - —zo .omeo ...

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

;..y . fj'" 5,.-• ?*•' ;. v ' iff I m THE MINEOLA I • MONITOR :r H®fiWsSr ^ k;"f :>*' >• I FINE OLD GOBBLER!! r - nrrm * ft feiS^i 1 S7 *Pil * m ,v A Ykwm k 41 >$4ft#$& !fcA QH :^""->v ANOTHER TEN-DAY ,f A % BAPTISTS ILL MAKE GOOD HORTAGE HOME ESSiON BOARD'S ACCOUNTS Horer Day is :-ct for S*?r.r?r-y, November II, When Churches Arc Aclhc-;! to Lay §353,000 ia Cash on Altar for Ihis Purpose 1 .v FROM 25 TO 'M UI7' "S3 III ^ i 31 1 IT J ALL 7 I DLfV*} LrilSOitu K P= -•• Ifc wm&M tf'.V .., , ft Hi PLACE YOUR ORDER For Your THANKSGIVING We have all sizes and the nicest we've ever handled. Phone lis now— Number 72, "We Raise Our Own Turkeys' J. C. RUSSELL 111 1; If h ff ON SALE BEGINS NOVEMBER -2111 AND LASTS TEN DAYE. GET OUK PRICES ON IKES BEFORE BUYING, In order that the Heme Mission | ' , Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- represents a trust InrA created for .. aiding congregations in erecting ticn may not sufier the permanent loss' eg oJ worshiT?> and Lhe co...

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

* * \ m ^^E;: 14 f kJ^ Re THE KQfEOLA MONITOR s?4 The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Mineola. Texas under the Act of Conpre**- March 3, 1879. T> TT Pi— Ass' way, Editor nnd Owner J. i>. CovVan, Editor _ Advertising HELP THE B )TS in order to h ;■ :\ ..$s r . -aey for their Troop, .> :'l as do a good turn, the local Boy Scouts under the direction of their Scout master and the local Troop Com- mittee will begin a campaign next "week to collect a car load of old news papers-and i .agazines. News papers are wort". 35c per bund- led, while the magazines bring 50c per hundred. Any kind oi old news papers or magazines are- acceptable. The Scouts c::pect to collect their first car before the Christ- has holidays. A car contains 30,- €00 to 35,000 pounds, and should yeild a clear profit of more than $100.00, since the paper Com- pany pays the freight. The money will be used to purchase scout / equipment which is badly needed. The town will be divided into four sections...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 November 1928

x HfPr ' $.•" ' V \ ' i H&fe- ' ■•' MiM 7 ■&' ; 1 ...Ir3Mi REv THE MINEOLA MONITOR )RD TRUCK in first class o.on- >n, Good rubber, for sale. $125.00. See Mike O'Morrow. Min- eola, Texas. 38 tfc j CONCORD YELLOW JACKET CoTitiP'ief* J. A. — ogue and iamily spent: wayne Claybourn of the class Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. A.|of >28; an one time famous c.s a j Anders. I grid oerformcr as well us an ar- - |; Misses Maude Mildred and Lee j tist 0n the basket ball court, spent 0; Logue attended B. Y. P. U. at j gunday in Mineola. £ | Hainesville Sunday night. f Y-:-J- t' Mr. Will Tucker's little daught- j WEDDING BELLS IN 51. K. S. * i er Alice is very sick with pneu- j . monia at this writing. i The wedding of Mr. Prank Hen- I Miss Hazel Cherry visited in. dr«X! wll0 gratuated from M. H. S. i the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. hn i§25, to Miss Bernice Craver, Logue Friday evening. ;a ^927 graduate, came as a sur- A group of Concoids young prjse to the Yellow Jacket as well A,. e h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 November 1928

mm fmr w THE MINEOLA MONITOR KJ1- Gift Goods arriving daily. JWarren's Variety Store. For Rent: One 3 room apart- vment, with all conveniences. Close : ' In. Phone Mrs. Chas. Reitch, 105. FOR SALE 21 Acres of land one mile Southwest of Mineola, new improvements. Write 411 East Depot Street, Br own wood, Texas, or see Dr. C. F. Hancock, Mineola. Place your orders now for Holly Wreaths, Holly Trees or loose Holly Lots of berries on our Holly this year. Phone 915-3R. Als Place. 36 LOST Ladies Wrist Watch, lost on hight of Armistice celebration. Reward if returned to Monitor Office. ltp & FOR TRADE: I have one Ford truck and want o trade it for one mute. Tom rI'.ze, Crow, Tex- as. 36~2tj Miss Nell Johnson of Tyler is visiting her sister Miss Hazel Johnson of the Sanitary Beauty Shop. ^ FOR SALE: German Police Pup, about 8 months old, see A. Wil- liamson at Fulcher's Chevrolet Station. ltp You get what you pay for in a Eugene Permanent Wave. Sani- tary Beauty Shop. FOR SALE: Dandy li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

1 VOL. 53 :-'JrJ***1? } ; £ ji-y. W:\ .. • '* •V; '• •••'' {•?. * • i * •- ^ •JPT ■ /I V-;:* •- wr? 'j- - ■! '«. • ?:. Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE,-BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " C V MINEOUA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 29, 1929. m $332,300 READY FOR HIGHWAY IN WOOD CODNTY The action of the State Com- mission which met in Austin last .week and appropriated $302,300 for hard surfacing roads, building bridges widening highways and widening narrow bridges and cul- verts in Wood County, was reveal- Friday by the Associated Press. __ action is the culmination of ^the efforts put forth by Wood County citizens in years past and citizens of Smith County parti- cularly by the recent agitation insistence of Wood County citizens and the appropriation re- cently made by the County Com- missioners of this county. The ap- propriation of the State Highway Commission of this large amount of money insures Wood County of a hard surface road from the southern end of the county to ...

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