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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 February 1942

to Church several churches of urge your at- at any or all servicer, today. The Sunday Record Go to Churdi The several churches c Mineola urge your at tendance at any or ai their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 47. Mineola. Wood County, Texas, February 22,1942. Four Pages Today Program Completed For Farm Meeting GWINN'S QUACKS By LITTLE WILLIE PERSONALLY SPEAKING RECOMMENDING a speaker is something we rarely do. As a matter^ of fact, we can count ohe hand all the men who been able to keep our throughout a talk. is largely our wise of our wildly mind. One of the ho can keep us on is to be here afternoon, at the less man meeting Funeral Home. ?. B, Senter, who directs agriculture work in Van schools. We've known B. for quite a spell, and ^ J our association with we believe his thoughts be about as near 100 per at practical as anybody we r. And his talks are in the vein—frank and to the point, with no words wasted. But the greatest test ...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 February 1942

I Page Two I The Sunday Record, February 22, 1942. BUY rr IN MINEOl THE SUNDAY RECORD published Every Sunday In Mlneola, Wood County, Texas pottered at the postoffice at Mlneola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, Marcn 3, ia7b. Vttle of paper changed irom Wood Count> record to ine ounuay Record on Sunday, November 26, laaa. 4 MEMBER: Texas Press Association; Nortn and Eaoi iexas Press Association. A&) erroneous reflection upon uie character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nnn, or corporation whicn attt^yeax in the columns of this newspaper win oe giacu^ upon being brought to the attention oi uie puDn&nci* HARBINGERS OF GLOOM WERE WRONG It will be remembered that certain harbingers of gloom fore- cast a terrible breakdown In rail transportation more than a year ago. These prognosticates of disaster proved 100 per cent wrong. And the reason they were wrong constitutes an enduring tribute to the industry which hauls some two-thirds of this nation's f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 February 1942

bUY IT DM MINEOLA The Sunday ftecord, February 22, 1942. Page Three JACKET [(Continued from page 2) faculty of MHS greatly Joyed the program. In fact, .MHS band members re- eived many good pointers from faring the Hawkins band play. The MHS band is practicing .future concerts and per- lances, one of which will be given at Hawkins some time in the immediate future. Senior Sketches. Good sport, Gregory Brooks; pretty, Winona Tullos; popular, Pete York; talented, Mary Gaye Lester; Likeable, Albert Chap- man I good student, Miriam Courreges; good actor, Charles R. Holbrook; graceful dancer, Peggy Coker; friendly, E. H. Felts; attractive, Mary Jo Hud- son; good disposition, David Stroud; energetic, Jean Rule; keen sense of humor, R. C. Wetzel; tiniest, Habilee Allen; good-natured, Gene Bright; ob- Ruie Dean Robinson; evious, Coleman Godwin; dependable, George Hannon; sweet smile, Evelyn Wisenbak- er; song birds, J. O. Phillips Blandford. Philosophy. in American Litera- NT ADS My home at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 February 1942

Four The Sunday Record, February 22, 1942, BUY IT IN MINEOLJ Sanders Quits Crand Saline Coaching Job Bill Sanders, head football cwcjh at Grand Saline for the four years, has resigned Ms position to accept work on a construction job at Freeport. He left for his new job Fri- day. Sanders has had two very •ocessful seasons the past two S«ars, having won the district title in 1940 and winning every eame in 1941. Ineligibility of a Itayer last season forced the Indians to forfeit the district championship. His four year «®cord shows twenty-seven vic- tories, ten losses, and two score- less ties. No announcement has been ■ad© as to his successor. reading and writing fcy Edwin Seaver and Robin McKown Interest in Harry Scherman's *be Last Best Hope of Earth, is so widespread that the Book of the Month Club, in coopera- tion with the Council for Demo- cracy, is sending this though- fid philisophy for the war to Kb entire membership, which ■ambers over 500,000 Ameri- can families. hie key id...

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

\ Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches Mlneola urge your tendance at any or aft] their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 48. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 1,1942. GWINN'S QMCK5 By LITTLE WILLIE QITACKY QUACKS OF PRIVATE QUACKS— IN SPRING a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of love, ordinarily. And, personally, we can't think of a nicer thought. But this spring this young man "finds himself with one foot in an army camp,, with the other following suit in a couple of weeks. So quite naturally we are thinking about: Strikes, wondering why Con- gress doesn't do something with "iem. Pages in defense plants, ring why it wouldn't be idei to pay soldiers a [more to equalize things, the excess on deposit boys when they come i t Cigarettes, wondering why civic clubs don't sponsor "Odd Pennies for Soldiers' Cigaret...

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

Page Two The Sunday Record, March v, 1942. BUY IT IN MINEOLA! THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday In Mineola, Wood county, Texas (fctered at the postoffice at Mineola 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, 1939. "iflSMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. ' erroneous reflection upon cne character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear In tie columns of this newspaper win be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. xeasure Islands When we were children most of us dreamed of hunting bur- treasure. Today we can make that dream come true. We ear- really have our treasure hunts. For in every part of the country wi^n and women are digging for valuable metals, searching in lmlikely places, scouring their homes and their yards, remember- ing things they had forgotten a...

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

IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday gecord, March 1,1942. JACKET itinued from page 2) in a girl from Quit- now. IjUi you notice how happy ettyjean was last week-end? ik was home. ^3ene Blandford was over- Vd telling Betty Jean about k Homer Alvin was getting ong in A&M. What was Betty Jo Malone doing looking for Pete Dean Sunday night? is this a new romance being overlooked? Could Mary Lou Roberts be cutting in on the John Sewell and Alyce Long romance? That is what we hear. Harriet seems to be a notch ahead of Bonnie Jean; she's wearing John Hugh's ring. Is Billie Bob McCreary break- ing up the Helen Baucum and Lawrence Vandergriff romance? Everyone reported a swell , time at the dance at Al's place | Thursday night. Wha-does Murl like better, 3yce or Dorothy Murl? It is Lois that Truett comes to get at noon nearly every day? Yes, we believe so. Did you ever notice how wit- 7 E. H. Rowden is at times? Wills Point is still worrying °r% ever notice that Bob las very pretty brown Ann Coleman...

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

r Page Four The Sunday Record, March 1,1942. BUY IT IN QUACKS (Continued Irom page One) respondent, speaking at Dal- las Thursday night, pointed out that Russia workers labor nine, ten and eleven hours a day. One told Reynolds: "Our triends on the front line don't woTk by the clock. Neither do we." AND SPEAKING of war, which we have been all the way, we are reminded of the story of an aviation cadet attached to squadron 18-A at the U. S. Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi who was carrying out exercises in navigation aboard a huge patrol bomber. After a series of confused and involved calculations, he turned sud- denly to his pilot and said, "Take off your hat." "Why?" asked the pilot. ''Because, ac- cording to my calculations, we are now in the Corpus Christi Cathedral." WHICH prompts the story about the six Nazi pilots who appear- ed before the Pearly Gates and knocked boisterously. St. Peter sized them up, then asked who they were. "We are German airmen," says the Nazi with the b...

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

nr Go to Church several churches of eoia urge your at- ldance at any or all services 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 49. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 8, 1942. Four Pages Today (WINN'S CMflCKS By LITTLE WILLIE AS QUACKS PACKS— A FELLER about to leave town can say anything he desires and get away with it. Now let's see whose shins we can | • • • But on second thought we may rant to come back one tftese days. So, instead, these final Quacks will be of the desires we have for Min- eola—a town that has, in our opinion, every potentiality for future growth. ITR GREATEST hope at the it is that Mineola mer- will quickly realize the of agriculture for ievelopment, and work ir farmer friends ac- A barbecue honor- farmers of this area aould be held within the next few weeks, so thinketh Quacks. MINEOLA merchants are, as...

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

f Page Two The Sunday Record, March 1 1942 THE SUNDAY RECORD published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas ■tiered at the postoflice at Mineola 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, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Any erroneous reflection etpon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE What does the war mean to you0 How will it change your life? No one can look into a crystal ball and see reflected there the days and months ahead. Yet certain facts are clear, and clear enough, to outline the future for us. Rubber and sugar are being rationed now; tin cans are get- ting scarce. Industry has stopped turning out automobiles...

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

A IT IN MINEOLA! The Sunday Record, March 8,1942. Paere Three JACKET Continued from page 2) It's a red suede horse with fringed mane and tail. J)by Hala wears a patriotic e, it haval anchor. Peggy Coker wears a silver idle that any cowboy would aire. 5ris Lipsey wears a small leather football helmet with dangling football shoes attach- ed. Lois Thomas wears crossed bayonets that must have come off the hat of an A&M cadet (identity suspected but un- known). Jimmie Drew Burnett wears a silver elephant set in bril- liants. Harriet Blandford also wears a gold anchor with the initials USN on it. Jean Rule wears a gold pin with the letters OK on it. Grace Landers wears a pearl pin with her name written on it in gold (we hear that it ane from a soldier. Is that right, Grace?). Dorothy Jane Blalock wears a little gold pin with army wings on it. Betty Stevens has an A&M pin set in pearls that she wears on th& lapel of her coat. Sue Metcalf "wears a iloid Bucking Broncho. iTullos ...

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

Page Pour The Sunday Record, Mart week of .. . ...THEWAR President Roosevelt wrote Production Chairman Nel- "The months just ahead ■®e the critical months of the war. Victory depends in large ■ sure on the increased war production we are able to get tmm our factories and arsenals ■b the spring and summer of l t2. . . This is total war. We we all under fire—soldiers and «t*Bians alike. We are all beli- SUents. To win, we must fight." CSiairman Nelson announced a "continuing national drive" has been undertaken 4<to increase production immediately in all plants which now have war contracts and to convert other Stents to war production as ®I**dily and as completely as iwssible." He said the program will entail 168 hours work per week for every machine in war plants, awards for out- standing industrial accomplish- ment, and - jestablishment of Joint labor-management war ftant committees to consider suggestions from all quarters j fat increased production. The President, in a radio ad-...

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

Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all feheir services today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churche® ot | Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 50. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 15,1942. Four Pages Today County REA Building Opened At Quitman Structure Cost More Than $20,000 One of Finest Buildings of Type In Southwest The Wood County REA build- ing, costing approximately $20,- 000, was opened for public in- spection Saturday. Hundreds [om throughout the county gited the building, said to be of the best of its type in |Southwest. [B. Shaw is manager of the ^cooperative. Directors in- atai Kingston, J. W. Ken- T, A. L. Holley, J. J. Puck- ett, G. L. Hill, P. A. Faulk and Ernest Burgess. The building is of white brick, and contains more than an acre of floor space, with a 17 by 17 foot lobby. The main office is 17 by 35 feet...

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

Page Two The Sunday Record, Marc THE SUNDAY RECORD MbUshed Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas at the postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter Under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. WW® of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Nedline Holland of r^allas j. 115,1942. BUY IT IN MINI visited her parents and sister, Gwendolyn, last week-end. Reba Fae Morehead spent last week-end in Mexia. * FASHION PREVIEW * 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 gladiy correcte upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. ICAPITAL AND LABOR- Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore, Java. Sad names now in the ^tiutory of democracy—once shining lights in the story of world ■empire—continue to dilly-dally. We send men in a thin stream to the war f...

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

IT m MINEOT.AI The Supday Record, March 15,19*42. 1 Page Thaw Milton Usry's Service Cleaners "The Shop that Brought Quality Two-Bit Cleaning to Mineola"... We have the best equipment money can buy... all new... Our 2 " orkmen are expert cleaners... all cleaning orders delivered in bags... We even Hand-Press the linings of your coats... TRY US I GOLDS JACKET (Continued from page 2) The Wood County goal is ap- : proximately 8,000 acres, and my crop that has that acre- - is worthy of careful con- ation. itional agriculture stu- Idents naVft been studying pea- and considerable interest been shown in the subject. Ifcreral students will be adding out production to their pro- been estimated by the oup that $20 to $30 net in- me can be realized per acre om peanut production. ler Production. Many ^students have received eiAiay-old chicks for broiler production and much las been shown in anstruction, feed to jll as other practices rease profit. rstudents are brood- chickens at the present le ...

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

3*&ge Four \ proclamation WHEREAS, the flavor of sweet potatoes is very deli- cious at this time of year, and WHEREAS, most sweet potatoes are high in vitamin A content, which is an aid to health, resistance, and eyesight, and WHEREAS, sweet potatoes are also a good condi- tioning food for the grueling days of war work and .fighting ahead, and WHEREAS, this is a time of year when East Texas farmers want to move sweet potatoes they have in stor- age so they may be better equipped financially to go on with the planting of crops for the coming season, es- pecially in connection with war crops required by the •Government THEREFORE, I, J. C. McGlothlin, mayor of Mineola, do hereby officially proclaim the week of March 22-28 as Sweet Potato Consumption Week in Mineola, and hereby call on all food distributors to cooperate in fea- turing sweet potatoes and sweet potato products for this special period. And further do hereby call on all food consumers to eat sweet potatoes once a day du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 March 1942

Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all -their services today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches « Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or a their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 51. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, March 22,1942. Brooks Motor Co. Will Move To New Home Four Pages Today Modern Building Nears Completion Plans for Formal Opening Now Being Made The Ernest Brooks Motor Company will move into its modern new home on West Broad Street about April 1, it announced this week by Brooks. The large rock Lstucco building now near- lpletion will be one of lost outstanding business lents in Mineola. It ited on the new highway blocks west of the down- town business section. The front of the building will be completely enclosed with glass, the east side of the building being used as the dis- play room for new cars and the west side will contain the repair department. Hie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 March 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 22,1942, BUY IT IN MINEOLA! THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mlneola, Wood County, Texas at the postoffice at Mlneola as second-class mail matter wider Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1938. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Any erroneous reflection eipon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear to the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. R A BETTER CONGRESS Are you one of those Americans who has been somewhat than satisfied with Congress—to put it mildly? Have you sit that there is too much politics and palaver on Capitol Hili? [Have you been impatient with the isolationists, the stand-patiSm, .New Dealism or rubber-stampism of some of your representa- 'tives? Have you wished that in this great nati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 March 1942

lygJINEOLA JACKET kconttaued (rom w a?'1/™lot ,a ies Hubert « «« 1 inch tall ;**g WO pounds. He Is ihLtakllettlon of p'pes- Lni t a constructlonal pncer. erle QiPson is a typical -omore. She is 5 feet 2 bes tall and weighs 105 ■ods She likes to collect * She wants to be a Jthy Chappell is a typical nan. She is 5 feet 2 tall and weighs 128 r plays the flute I the band. She spends most |l>er time designing dresses * would like to be a dress' "uer New*. t MHS band presented its ri engagement with Haw- in a concert on which -IT were highly compliment- The program opened with t Star Spangled Banner and ijaerica, and was concluded Deep South, which is a led number for band con- iusic. Weflkmt to express our ap- to Hawkins for their lospitality and ap- i*r. ?h school is to be- -greater and better, her al citizens must be loyal, and faithful in every an of school life, full of and regardful of honor, be a good school citizen should ba able to carry the following pledge: "I obey, and help...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 March 1942

' Page Four / The Sunday Record, March 22,1942. BUY IT IN MINEO] 1LSlAUi*ln§l — SWSiIS BteMaaaJ SSAULT OW THE G€ EDWIA1 CMUSICK. PILOT THE CHINA CUPPER ON HER RfiST TRMI3-RHCIPIC AIRMAIL FU6UT FROM ALAMEDA.CALIF MANILA. P I..WA9 CWCfe A „ AlARl^B fcORPS OFFICER SBJGEANT MAJOR ERNES1 A. JArtH WON Bo WORLD WAR I ClTAT!ONS| WCLUOIN6THE CQN6RESSIQMAI MEWL xwmm 3K3MJJM 3?0S? AND THE AWY MEDAL OF JOMOg Central Christian Church SLOAN GENTRY, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11. The sermon will be "God's Love for Man" Evening worship, 7:45. Thel sermon subject wUl be entitled,, "Taking Sides." You are invited to attend Ihese worship services. o First Baptist Church R. E. STREETMAN, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m., D. E, Brooks, superintendent. Morning worship at 11. Ser- mon subject, "The Power of In- fluence." Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening worship 7:45. Sermon subject, "The Kinds of People." First Methodist Church J. H. MALONE, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a. m„ G. C. Sm...

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