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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

ek-end hers. is spending Earnest Poi- Carlile spent Laughter and J. W. Lami- lie Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at JEneola, Texas under the Aet Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowans Assoc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. HAINESVILLE Mrs. D. C. Anders is improving. Uncle Jim Billings is very sick at this writing. Grandmother Stanford who has 3jeen sick is improving. air^nd Mrs. E. T. Hartsfield •of Coneord and Mr. and Mrs.R. JR. Bowling of the Lone Star com- -fnrmitrr spent Sunday with Mr. srafl Mrs. C. L. L v dley. "Mr. and Mrs. Jcc.ie Vickery of Dallas spent the * Miss Clydie Ride the week with Mr: lard of Concord. Mr. and Mrs. J v Sunday with tiieid family Mr., and Mr Tiack. Mr. Johnnye Turner visited his sister Mrs. R. J. James Sunday. Miss Otha Mae Childress spent .the week-end witn Miss Eloise Stephenson. Mr. and Mr.?. ¥/. F. Roberts spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. <J. U. Dyess. Miss Oudia Pucketfc spent Tues- sclay night with Miss Alamo La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

* V*' THE MINEOLA M( )R WATCH MY ANNOUNCEMENT next Week B. L. CHAPPELL BECAUSE WE BUILT YESTER- DAY FOR TODAY WE DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT TOMORROW 4AK4KSGI VI NGr- zM, % % WHEN PILGRIM^ FATHERS SHOULDERED Their guns and went for game or for wor- ship they awlays were protected. In their faith they were secure—in their protection they held the old flint-rock gun. These become emblematic of true builders today—they carry with them, faith of their ability to build and build firmly—and also they carry the protection of buying from a dependable lumber firm. BRAZELTON LUMBER COMPANY JAMESTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mallory of Canton visited friends and rela- tives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Moore of Dallas visited relatives here Sun- day. Bro. Prater preached here Sun- day morning and evening. Ser- vices were well attended. The young folks of this com- munity attended singing at Sand Flat Sunday afternoon. They re- ported a nice time. Mrs. R. H. Null and daughters Earnestene, Chrystene,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

\ THE MINEOLA M ONITOR < f CHAIN STORES ELK CITY ERICK m OKLAHOMA WHEELER SHAMROCK SAYRE yj WELLINGTON CORDELL TULIA HOLDS MEMPHIS RALLS CHILORESS ALT US TURKEY PAOUCAH LUBBOCK 8ROWNWOO ABILENE XT) $ PUB FREDERICK PLAJNYIEW STAMFORD CH1LUC0THE VERNON MINERAL WEILS GREENVIL MlNEOLA OTAN DALLAS SWEETVVATER hillsboro ^ COUMAN TEXAS COLORADO COK5ICANA BRADY Dkt Goons ^Millineri Ready-to-wear^Shoes Saturday, December Seventeen years ago Mr. C. E. Stone opened one small store in Wellington, Texas. In a short time he conceived the CHAIN STORE IDEA, for he realized that the big operators could under ^tey, and therefore undersell, the one store merchant. He also realized that buying and selling for cash would mean a saving for customers. So it was there that the seed was planted which was to thrive and grow into a CHAIN. STORE organization, with cash stores throughout this part of the country. Today, the C. E. STONE COMPANY not only operates a vast CHAIN of RETAIL STORES, but maintains it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

• f f m" ^ x F T^r— 1 | BB ^Mi$wif #,-^J #Vf?si $m§f- A MESSAGE m FROM THE FOUNDERS The opening of the thirty-second G. E. has made up-to-date stores of C.E.STONE STONE COMPANY chain store in Mine- COMPANY in Texas, Oklahoma and New ola is of more than usual interest. For Mexico, will be the personal idea of a the founders* C. Elgin and Jerome particular service to Mineola and its trade Stone, it will be a homecoming. It was territory. This store, and the people of here that the President of the Company, the store, are going to be a part of the Mr. C. Elgin Stone, began his mer- community. As evidence of our interest chandisdHHHHHHtfM^llil^^yeai^ ago. and enthusiasm in this opening we offer Added totn^^W 1888*8WlMtetiie following values: i OPENING DAY SPECIALS Men's Top Coats and Over Coats $iy.50 OPENING DAY SPECIALS Garza Sheeting 94 Bleached 39c BLEACHED DOMESTIC Good Quality 10 yd's. To a Customer—Only 85c OUTING 10 Yards 85c OPENING DA; MEN'S WORK SHOl Guaranteed All Leather ST...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

MONITOR .'i* * ' )RAMATIC CLUB WHY NOT A NEW HAT RIGHT NOW No item of your costume is subject to such close scrutiny as your hat. If you have been planning to get a hat for the HOLI- DAYS, why not come in now and have the advantage of a longer use ^ use of it for the same money. / 2 All the newest things ready for your approval MRS. H. 0. ROGERS EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY. MiNEOLA, TEXAS 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 Chrietaberg; Boys Athletic Editor „ Kelley Brtfce CLASS REPORTERS _ Paul L«e Precise . Vandelia Vandiver The Curtain Club had its regu- lar meeting Wednesday morning. We had one "Try Out" from the junior class. E. J. with his corae- diam ability was unamisualy voted a member of the club. The min- utes were read by Frankie Chritz- berg, secretary of the club. Many bers of the club. The study of a play was started at t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

w *.v?4MSflg«t r *• ■ ||rP. THE M1NE0LA MONITOR ■ a; F/\" •#- ineola's Newest Store is Ready For You THE LEADER'S pening Starts SALE .30 I gjj Ladies Novelty Pumps, Side- ties, Straps, High and Low Leels, Brown Kid, Black Kid Satin and Patents— Priced for this Sale— .45 and $4,45 DRESSES idles and Misses New" Fall 'esges* Beautiful Styled 'olors and Materials— , W $5.05 UP ^ ' DOMESTIC 1 36 Inch Good Grade Domestic v 9c yard (limit 5 yards to Customer.) Heavy Double Blankets 60x74 $2.50 Value— : !W; $1.45 mi PANTS Men's Pall Dress Pants $2.98 to $5.48 UNION SUITS [en's Winter Weight Union Juits—- £ 98c Men's Fullcut Two Ppocket rork Shirts— 89c -OVERALLS iadlight, 8 Ounce Double ink, Overalls— Wanted les People -To help during this sale— Apply 8 O'clock Friday Morning •jteftiirvi.i- -- In order that we may become quickly acquaninted with the public in Mineola and the trade territory, and that you may quickly realize that you will get quality merch- andise at attractive prices the do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 November 1928

. $' ' *• THE MINEOLA MONITOR SELECT THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY gi * Cciffcen /W<* Cjry wV<y, ^ Li Jag, 'fir.aft. . ,.J Colleen Moore in "LILAC TIME" Mon. Cartoon—Tues^ Comedy 'King of Air' Wednesday Norma Shearer "The Actress" Comedy "10 Yr Old" 10—25 Friday and Saturday Matinee Buzz Barton 'he Pinto Kid" idy "Daises wont 10—25 Thursday Doug-las Fairbanks Jr "Dead Man's Curve" Also Good Comedy 10—25 Saturday Nite Greta Garbo and Conrad Nagel 'The Mysterious Lady' Comedy "Biasing Away" COMING SOON "KING OF KING'S" )TICE |lfy all parties not Mincher's farm, lincher. - 37-4tpj 'gold'pin M. H. S. Finder return to idiverfl ltc I want a good iron safe, cond-hand, Call at The Leader, Mineola, Texas. ltc Drs. Bunn and Hicks spent Sun- day in Cushing visiting Dr. Bunn's mother. FOR SALE: 130 Acres of farm land on Mineola-Quitman highway 5 miles from Mineola. Terms. M. H. Lawrence, Mineola, Texas, Star Route. 37-3tp . ' A FINE GIRL Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gilbreath are the proud parents of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

■NRt ■f. .V Ill tl'9 s?pife®sl ^wi S>K ' :• ifflll ■'^fe .T: , ,' 'V The Mineola Monitor A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE " ;>r as , fcfc 53 MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 6. 1928. 'M SATURDAY NIGHT ARREST MADE OF MAN AND WMAN While a young people's dance "Was going on at the Beckham Hotel last Saturday night, a man and a woman, who had register- ed at the hotel were arrested charged with stealing two ladies coats, a pair of gloves, a gentle- man's hat and a muffler from ttendants of the dance. These lidttS were left on the mezzanine loor of the hotel by the dancers and taken from that place after the dance/ the discovery of the thefts was made. i Mr. Beckham and his assistants traced the stolen property to the .room of the man and woman, who were registered as S. H. Boren and wife. While Mr. Beckham went to the room his assistant went to the rear of the building under the window of the couple. Soon a suit case was thrown out of the window i...

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

E f The Mineola Monitor Entered at the postoffice at Jfineola, Texas under the Act •of Congress, March 3, 1879. R. H. Carraway, Editor and Owner J. B. Cowan* /,«:soc. Editor-Advertising Mgr. I >{ QUAIL SEASON The quail season is on in Wood County and hunters are seen every day going out and coming in. dne never knows v/hat they have killed and few ever care. Only fibrose who expect to partake of '-that fine and enticing breast of Bie quail wonder cr even give a passing thought oi what hunters lisaire in their coat:-. It becomes •. -prize wager or statement, not ca boast or bragg .*• to say just -what was done in he quail sea- m Happy is the man who mrakes his kill r.i~re than the Jbrut in this count —happy some- times if perchance he gets within -one-half of his limit. After the :season is over, of course his kill swells to more than the half, and Jf over the limit it is said only in real confidence and said in whispers. Bat What of the kill of quail be- the season is opened? Wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

—— i.-' * - -a- v ■ . ^ ** ■ - *> i - $ , .■ ) THfe MINEOLA MONITOR GREATER ASSET THAN BEAUTY "A woman does not have to be slender to be chic, but she must study herself and determine the lilies best suited to lier type, then select a model which is smart "SMICO" FERTILIZER We manufacture High Grade Fertilizers, using the best of plant food, and have just installed the most modern mixing machinery. Information will be gladly furnished as to proper use of fertilizers for all crops, s s Write for booklet and prices. DEALERS WANTED FOR "SMICO" FERTILIZERS. Smith County Cotton Oil & Fertilizer Co. TYLER, TEXAS - Take & Jlk W W A Sack Prof. Julius Shipp, a native of Belle Font Community in Wood County, now Superintendent Public Schools, Okla- homa City Oklahoma, recently made a visit here to his old home and his folks had that good Flour "MONO- GRAM" made by Greenville Mill and Elv. Co., and when he ate those fine fluffy bisquits that he had eaten from same flour 25 years ago,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

THE MINEOLA MONITOR FAVORED MODES FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON IN -Coats - Dresses- % „■> For Ladies and \Misses are to be found at E. D. SOOTT Where Geld and Silver Are Trodden in Diri Algiers, Morocco.—Gold and silver "dust" tliat has been accumulating for centuries is to be taken from Moroc- can jewelers' "souks" and sold. The "souks" are the market places: Jew «ters, like all other tradesmen, work there in the o^en or in squalid little Shops, son succeeding father in the business, always on the same ?pot. •> The "sweepings."' so valuable in American and European jewelry work *ooms, never have been gathered and smelted here. The first effort to do this will be tried by a newly formed rench company, whose experts be- lieve there are fortunes in gold and silver filings trodden into the dirt floors of the native shops. SOUTHERN BAPTISTS PLAN TO RAISE $2,(1,11 AS CHRISTMAS OFFERING Proceeds Will Be Applied Toward Liquidation of the Indebted- ness of Home and Foreign Mission Boards and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

i J j THE MINEOLA MONITOR P| -■Mm ■ jai^: ONE DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE _J ? , gp; gm m <*ladiola Flour 48 fb Bag - — /$1.85 American Beauty Flour 48 lb Bag $1.90 U. S. Flour 48 It) Bag Extra High (a) $1.65 Best Grade Compound Lard 8 Ho Bag — $1.25 Best Granulated Sugar 16 It) .....d— $1.00 Maxwell Coffee 3 Tb Can — $1.45 Best Bulk Coffee 3 lb Can 4- 35c Good Grade No. 2 Corn 4 12c Heavy Weight Tomatoes —- 4- 10c K. C. Baking Powder 25 oz Size ,, 22c Davis Baking Powder 16 oz Size _ 25c Calumet Baking Powder 16 oz. Size „ 25c Corn Flakes Large Size 12c Cigarettes 2 Packages for 25c P. A. Tobacco 2 Cans for : : 25c You will at all times find me with the price right. E. P. DAVIS CASH STORE HAINESVILLE Health of tne community is bet- ter at this writing. Mrs. J. W. Laminack spent Fri- day with her sister Mrs. B. A. McDougald at Crow. Miss Versanoy McDougald spent a few days last week with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown of Longview spent Friday night with the latters sister a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

TW f k* tH THE MINEOLA MONITOR HE 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 Boys Athletic Editor Senior Reporter Junior Reporter . Sophomore Reporter Freshman Reporter - Frankie Chrietzberg. Kelley Bruce CLASS REPORTERS Paul Lee Precise Vandelia Vandiver Cecil Wisener Ruth Little i? . &• ;rv l-:-. to BOX SUPPER FRIDAY NIGHT ? The Lions Club Band will give ** a free band concert, to be follow- ed up by a community box sup- per at the high school auditor- ium Friday night. All high chool girls and the ladies of the town are requested to bring boxes. Then of course the boys and men are expected to buy these boxes and eat and be happy. All proceeds derived from the sale of the boxes will be used for the benefit of the band. This notice is your invitation Come out and help the band that has done so much for Mineola. /There will be plenty of good...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 December 1928

JAMESTOWN ool was dismissed Wednesday oon for Thanksgiving holi Thanksgiving program was lied on account of the mea • Albert Moore of Perciila Thanksgiving with friends H hers. O'dell McKenzie of Grapeland visited friends here this week-end. Robert Long and Bill Barnam of Dallas visited friends here Saturday. Mr. S. E. Anderson of Terrell was a business visitor here Fri- day. Mills Raymie of Grapeland spent THE MINEOLA MONITOR y.: ' 7h«4-DmrSnbBv Body by fiaher fltt&f.a. ^fMiac r* wheel Here's One 'Mew Car With Style that 's HeaBy CNew No duplicate of this car or that one ... the New AH- American Six. But a smartly original creation ... •with specially designed bodies by Fishter ... with style that's strictly its own. A car that you recognize instantly . . . one that stands out in any crowd. Because it has that air of being different« . . that air which distinguishes a leader from the rest of the field ... Just what every American waztts in an automobile. Pulse-stirring performa...

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

THE SHNEOLA MONITOR The best Hot and Cold Drinks in town at Callaway's. A complete line of Xmas Cigars and Candy. The best in town j ■ at Callaway's. FOR RENT: 3 Furnished rooms private bath, and all conveniences, phone 69. ltpj FOR RENT: Rooms furnished or unfurnished for housekeeping. J. W. Bass, 332 Sabine Sfc* ltpj You will find the freshest and but cigars and cigaretts at Callaway's. !: CARS. Any kind you want, any- time you want them, and any way you want Grover!! -Rhodes. ltc . NOTICE TO HUNT: ing allowed on my Mineola. Keep off. ning. ii. i ' ns No hunt- arm East of Tom Brown- ltpqj LOST: Bitch Dog. eight months old, liver spots, untrained." Lost near New Hope. Notify Frank Chrietzberg or B. M. Rankin at Monitor office. Reward PLANTING SEED m - ^ Any one wanting pure Casch Cotton Seed for planting, may get them by seeing W. A. Shurley or J. C. Russell at Russell's Store at $1.25 per bushel. Guaranteed Pure. 38 tfc WATKINS PRODUCTS Get Watkins spices, extracts— ■ \ medicines ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 December 1928

«j# "1 '•¥* A NEWSPAPER, "OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS, DECEMBER 13, 1928. NUMBER 39. WED OIL AG riVITY ARTS WEST id Leased; Texas Has Holding; My- ers Land Leased. re thousand acres of land leased Tuesday and Wed- iy East of Mineola by oil inies according to most re- ile information released here lay. Several oil representatives out in the leased section leases. The leased land is rd Hawkins, swinging back to Lake, an approximate total five thousand acres of land. [.Among the companies known to Id leases in this tract are the ls Company and the Amarada lpany. Other companies have iolding in this section. With the closing down of the md Flat well in Smith County i,;*here unusual prospects for oil known to exist, and the clos- )"T ing down not an abandonment, leasing began in Wood County ll'mtil the above total had been obtained. Geologists have been working i leased territory East of here reral weeks and it has been by those in position...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 December 1928

■|gjp THE MINEOLA MO HE YELLOW JACKET MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL STAFF, 1928-89. Editor-in-chief •Associate Editor-in-chief — Social Editor iGirls Athletic Editor Boys Athletic Editor CLASS REPORTERS Senior Reporter Junior Reporter Sophomore Reporter - Freshman Reporter _ Ruth Russell — Juanita Vandiver Juanita Huff Frankie Chrietzberg Kelley Bruce Paul Lee Precise Vandelia Vandiver Cecil Wisener Ruth Little I HONOR ROLL Ward School 1st. Grade Cheek, Fannie Dowell Cowan, John David Dodson, Irvin Dowell, Nadine Fulgham, Virginia Klingaman, Donald Lee, Sara Evelyn Little, Daisy Pearl Shirey, John H. Sims, Henry Jr. Smith, Paul Thomas, Truman 2nd Grade Bowdoin, Patsy Fisher, Eugenia Graham, Irene Jones, Bettie Marie Hortman, J. F. Humphreys, Harold Pegues, Robert Vandiver, Nelson. 3rd Grade Blankenship, Henry Corbet, Billie Jean Hearn, Josephine Kingston, Dorothy Nicholson, Clyde Roberts, Perry Scott, Helen Warren, Mildred 4th Grade Hartsfield, James Mallory', Eva Thompson, Pauline ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 December 1928

m. Kt: v ' V v ;l! : i- w mr m- , kS' vT .-r--; ' DENTIST f pride Gas Equipment «rcr Flynt's Jewelry JAMESTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rhodes and children from Waskum visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Ad- kins Friday until Sunday. Little Miss Marguerite Billingsly is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bennett and >tep on it lmdththisnm AXJMMEKIOUr/ '/ 7%mS. Body by fUwr tU*Sf. o. b. futk '&■ r % MwllltfMlWUAkfMlM, pirn* d•0 «rjr ehmrgma. Lmmtjoy Irdrcslic ShajeIt Ab—rbvrt and mniitdadadinUatprieaa. ' '& fm —tkay htehsdm limit k«f 1 ftuiwl Ham mlMti at $ S- Speed. Mora speed. Sixty. • • dxty-fite... tereaty mflta M hour and mora. It'* the cry of the day. Everybody weals speed. Some people vast to use It Other* don't. But everybody wants to think his ear is full of It... that he earn pass anything os the read whenever he likes . . . Some ears ore fast. The New AD- American Six for one. If ever you're driving one where the law allows... step on it. And watch this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 December 1928

WW < :• 'it ♦THE MINEOLA MONITOR I :> -S R- Il!l!fl!il!lllll!llllll(llll!l(liflilllllill!lllirillllilin! SELECT THEATRE Friday & Saturday Matinee Tim Mc Coy | "Beyond the Sierras" [ Comedy "Elephants ■ Elbows" 10—25 Tuesday Lois Wilson - Huntley Gordon "Sally's Shoulders" Comedy "Hot Dogs" 10—25 Saturday Night | "The Night Watch" j —Billie Dove— | Comedy "The Gloom ■ Chaser" 10—25 Wednesday | 'Beware of Bachelors' | Audrey Ferris | William Collin Comedy "Gold Digger of Weepah" 10—25 Monday One Day Only Joan Crawford "Our Dancing Daughters" Also Cartoon 10—25 Thursday "The Midnight Rose" | Lya De Retti Kenneth Harlan ( „Also Good Comedy,. . 10—25 . CHICKENS FOR SALE 400 English White Leghorns, March hatched pullets, will sell any number. Phone 61. Clarence Jennings. ltp. The Wood County Educational Association met at Quitman Dec. 8th. Mr. McCrary of E. T. S. T. C., made a splendid address on Democratic Education at the morn ing session. Supt. Nesbitt of Mineola and Guy Lemo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 December 1928

Wm- ■ - i ,V-,v A '< /,• ■ ' ■ - ->fc m 'Bt UK MINEOLA M*MTOR LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS [Dear Santa [Please send me a little talking | doll, some candy and fruit and [nuts. I would like to have some [toy dishes, and a tricycle. I've [been a good little girl and am |in eahiest in asking these things. Ouita Hensley, Hawkins. Jar Old Santa a little 3 years old girl and aljl I think of is your coming $cion. I heard you over the radio. So please bring me a little wagon baby doll, fire crackers, fruits, and nuts. I'll have some Christ- mas greens on the porch for your reindeer. Hurry. Jacquiline Alexander. Dear Santa Claus How I long for you to come. Bring me a cowboy suit, Tinker- toy, some story books, lots of fire-works, candy nuts, and fruits. I can hardly wait for you. I am 7 years old. Paul Wallace Alexander. P. S. Bring some hay wire for Daddy's Ford. Dear Santa Claus I am writing to you to tell you /hat I want for Christmas. I want a big mama doll that has some hair, a rocking ...

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