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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 March 1942

<*« to Church SST^LJ"01 eoia urge your at- J?nfance at any or all eir services today. The Sunday Record Go to Churck The several churches Mineola urge -your it- tendance at any or an their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Twelfth Year—Number 52. Clyde O. Eastus Speaker At Fifth Sunday Class Meeting Today At Mineola Ward School Religion and War Subject Of Eastus Address A large number of men from all parts of Wood County as as delegates to the dis-1 ct convention of the Ameri-' Legion are expected to ^d the Fifth Sunday Men's Class which will meet a the Ward School audi-! at 2:45 a'clock this after- - I Jnited States District Attor- ney Clyde O. Eastus of Fort Worth is to address the pre Up, and will use religion and wa e as his subject, it has been an- nounced . Moody Cunningham, eva lgel- istic singer of Memphis, Ter.n., who is in charge of music at ^ the Methodist revival now in progress here, will lead the song service and sing a special number. t ...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 March 1942

Page Two The Sunday RecorM. March 29,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOLA1 THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas gEntered at the postofflce at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1875. [ Title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. ^ngymira; Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. well's accompaniment. The program was concluded with the members singing White Cliffs of Dover, and Deep In the Heart of Texas. Miss Yoa- kum accompanied each of these songs. Jimmy Flynt was an- nouncer for this enjoyable pro- gram. Newcomer MHS. We are hApy to welcome a newcomer tomMHS this week, Juliette Vannj a junior from Jacksonville. —i Any erroneous reflection apon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, hrm, or corporation which may appear "to the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. WELC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 March 1942

jT IN MTNEOI.AI jacket The Sunday Record, Mfirch 29,1942. It Irom *>a&e 2) IMary Prances Ray. she %iaCH WUh them' sPend- tetiirday and Sunday in ?dnfnbb,WaS also a visitor Dallas last week-end. Was / Lou excited, or is it all jnow, Betty? They say that f are returning things, but {quite all of the things, ■-ce Mock is the brainy sis- i the junior class play. Ann anan is the beautiful one, Jo Little is the tomboy, Reba Faye Morehead is \ sweet one. it's a merry *p, with Clifford Williams ng all of them by turns, rl, why don't you make fcjour mind about the Bland- si sisters? an Lewis Willeford is ily lawyer in the junior say that Pete Dean and /*ule, Everett Nix and Lester, John Bass and icces Ann Coleman were tag pictures and shooting tin cans the other after- Have you ever noticed how Paul Gene Bozarth is? And htow smart Claude Earl cs? A Blalock is a good er factor. Watch for ie «unior play. *y What Gene Mallory KIs grandmother, was locked out, into the e Thursday morning. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 March 1942

Page Four WELCOME The.Suoflay feecord, March 29,1942. BUY IT IN MINEO! LEGIONNAIRES and Wood County Men's MINEOLA 5th Sunday Bible Class Where The "Latch String" Stays Out All The Time! MORNING SESSION Convention Called to Order, 11 a. m— Vern W. Smith District Commander Advance of Colors Jack Petrosky District Sergeant-at-Arms High School Choral Club Director AFTERNOON SESSION 2:15 P. M. . Miss Edna Mae Kingston, Invocation B A. Copass By Preamble of American Legion Constitution , Membership Address of Welcome J. C. McGlothlin, Mayor of Mineola Chas. Welburn Post Commanders Response Gladewater Roll Call of Posts, Remarks Introduction of Department Officials: Guests and Auxiliary J. L. Anderson Post Commander, Mineola Talk on Membership Fred Army Department Chairman Talk on S. A. L. W. A. Cole Department Chairman, S. A L. Committee Talk on Rehabilitation George Betts State Service Officer Convention Address Dr. W. J. Danforth National Executive Committeeman, the Ameri- can Legion, F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 5 April 1942

I Go to Church ie several churches of leola urge your at- endance at any or all ieir services today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or aft their services today ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 1. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 5,1942. Four Pages Today Army Day Parade Here Monday Afternoon General City City Election On Tuesday The general election for the Ci& of Mineola will be held iesday, with the/polls located at the Revelle Insurance Agency office. Citizens will go to the polls that day to confirm the election of candidates at the ,Whiteman's Primary held dur- ing February. Only names on the ballot will Caudle for Mayor, and lith and Grover Smith xissioners. o If trged to Fill ^Occupational 'Blanks With Care Announcing the distribution of occupational questionnaires, Form 311, to men who regis- tered February 16, General J. Watt Page, state selective ser- vice directo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 5 April 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 5,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOl THE SUNDAY RECORD PmWlshed Every Sunday in wflneola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter •nder Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Kttfe 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. Harvey, 11; Tommy Lindley, 11; Robert Scott, 12. Any erroneous reflection apon 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. DID HE DIE IN VAIN? For what did Christ die? Did Jesus Christ die that me* might wage more terrible wars? No, He died for the love of man, for the love His Father held for all men. But today Christian is opposing Christian, and Christian is opposing non-Christian on the same battle fronts. Blood of Christi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 5 April 1942

IT IN MINF.OT.A JACKET The Sunday Record, April 5, 1942. kContinued irom page 2) [have an interest in Kassie wonder if it could be any- ig serious. We also hear that V winks swell, if you don>t eve it, just ask Kassie. - new junior, Juliette Vann Jacksonville, is a dainty P W- Vance withdrew from Jftool recently. He will likely * back next year to grad- y**- We wonder why Mr. Prim wandering around in the bills Wednesday, it couldn't , K that Winona played an April J Joke on him, could it? h Jewel Hallmark is assisting jOss Williams in directing the junior play. We hear that Jean and Grov- ^ r have made up. Now we know iby Jean has that smile on bar face. We wonder if the sophomore Soys have really fallen for a soior and a junior. Is Lipsey's party was en- rjcyed by everyone Monday night, but we must say that some very odd things happen- ed. Murl, you had better watch out, for Mary Frances is in town this week-end. Jghat^happened to Miss Biz- ■ pusse in study hall on ^Fooi's Day? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 12 April 1942

[Go to Church ie several churches of neola urge your at- ldance at any or all services today. t The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches at Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or an their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 2. Deep Test Starts Soon In ( North Wood County Amerada Spots Wildcat In Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 12, 1942. Four Pages Today State Leaders Team Up For U. S. Navy Relief Campaign Yanti's Area ^ Paluxy Sand to Be Tested, Near Dry Hole The long-planned 6,500-foot test of the Paluxy sand in North Wood County to be made by the Amerada Petroleum Com- °y ^jwill be started by April company officials have an- acedl The location will be jn miles northeast of Yantis 1 is naw the Hopkins Coun- mr "le 'wel1 will be the No. 1 Kennemer, staked 660 feet south and 665 feet east of the northwest of the Joseph Knight survey. Location is on a spread of 3,500 acres taken for Amerada by S. E. Dunnam jr., a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 12 April 1942

Page Two \ The SundW Record, April 12,1942. BU¥ IT IN MINEOLAl] THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mlneola, Wood County, Texas fettered at the postoflice at Mlneola as second-class mail matter vnder Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Ittie of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas j Press Association. Any erroneous reflection tipon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may afPear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected ^ upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. \VAYS TO CURB PROFITS America is quite thoroughly resolved that this shall be everybody's war. The people of the United States are willing to pay the necessary price of defense, but they do not propose that the ordinary civilian and soldier shall pay an outrageous price to the maker of munitions, whether corporation or wage- earner, for arms wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 12 April 1942

-IT IN MINF/n .a i jacketHBI The Sunday Record, Aprijl 12,1942. itinuea from page 2) juniors! We were o*y°ur acting ability. that John Thomas T5nu ClaSS ring" How Billie Sue? We know [you haven't broken up! fcba Fae Morehead really sunshine in the junior ild Jean have been feeling Friday night because she ® Pete was with some- wise, when really he wasn't? A. and Murl were study- |toe other night, and Murl "Imagine us doing liottced: Frantic physics stu- getting up their note- the night before they due. i*t Owen Holland a cutie rjjein the junior play? Also . Sffii Sue and Ann really got sdiSrfng whistles when they cm qrn stage. Dean's heart interest T«t home now. But Patty's interests are still out- boys. | Well. Gregory is playing first He now, no doubt about it. [ws see that Mr. Herod rode bicycle last week, in spite iy weather. Ja^c Dunn-Joyce Mock stating again? id Airs. Herod, Betty and Truett Ray abeijS of a picnic party Site Park last Sat- night. hear that James Boynton Page T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 12 April 1942

| Page Four The Sunday Record, April 12,1942. BUY IT IN Philathea Class Entertained Group No. 3, with Mrs. J. F., Bell as captain, entertained the Philathea Sunday school Mass Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. B. L. Chappell, presi- dent, presided at the business meeting and Mrs. Arthur Law- rence had charge of the pro- gram. o O-da-ko Group Camp Fire Girls Organized The O-da-ko group of Camp Fire Girls was organized in a meeting Thursday at the Wark School. The guardian of this group is Mrs. Max Aldridge and her assistant is Mrs. Byrum. The following officers were elected: Sue Beth Byrum, presi- dent; Betty Louise Donoho, vice president; Mary Jane Patter- son, secretary; Maxine Aldridge, treasurer; Dorothy Williams, pianist; Jeane Wooten, report- er. Hie group enjoyed a wiener roast at the home of Mrs. Ald- ridge. Each member is work- ing hard to get honor beads in the seven crafts of the work. o For Masculine Morale A New Spring Hat STRAIGHT FROM NEW YORK ONE of the best mora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 April 1942

to Church several churches of 3eoia your at- 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 Thirteenth Year—Number 3. far Is Making New Demands On Farming Program Peanut Acreage Of 7,808 Acres Set Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, April 19,1942. Four Pages Today ' War is making new demands #Mhe farm program and the /- -4^rm program is meeting all 'those demands, J. P. Dial, Wood County AAA committeeman, re- marked this week. One of the newest AAA amending ts, Mr. Dial said, specifies \fchat acreage from which peanuts are harvested or oU purposes and followed an^pproved cover crop this will qualify as erosion-re- ag tinder the 1942 AAA iipwever, only one- the erosion-resisting requirements may be pmet by this practice, Mr. Dial pointed out. Under AAA regulations, co- operators in Wood County must devote at least 25 per cent of their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 April 1942

Pagel'vfo The Sunday Record. April 19,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOLAl . THE SUNDAY RECORD PabUsbed Every Sunday m Mlneola, Wood County, Texas ttntered at the postoffice at Mlneola as second-class mail matter • VBder Act of Congress, March 3, 1819. ®!tle 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 upon 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. The Yellow Jacket PUBLISHED IN INTEREST OF MINEOLA HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW JACKET STAFF ^ Editor _2 George Hannon General News Robert Turk Gene Mallory Classes Virginia Shows Sports _ John T. Hallmark, Claude Bozarth Assembly ■ Dorothy McDaniel Features Jack Payne Locals Evelyn Wisenbaker, Pauline Dodson Jacket Buzz Jean Rule, Grace Landers, Gay Lester...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 April 1942

JACKET MJNEOLAr g from page 2) i sidewalk could be seen JLS and PAC? How was football coach isoa, Ben, was mascot? freshman days when read before as- | a ' Ghost Paper" writ- 3Ur Present writer and by Troy Coburne? our faces red? Rothwell was known "eleven-year-old, but drum major of MHS? that appeared fcllas newspaper, the neighborhood kids t*ther at the spot where ®ow stands to play or baseball? Enjoyed. oup of girls had a steak and slumberless party night at the Baptist A. grand time was re- Ifceba Fae Mcrehead, land, Jewel Hall- aanan, Grace Mock, Dorothy Rothwell, Rothwell, them. incidents at the party Reba Pae a mile ahead and shouting cats*" Ann Buchanan ; wet;. Joyce Mock drown- doll <it was made in ; Billie Sue burning a candle. GMMliC Signs Cotton Week Proclamation / ■ The Sunday Record, April 1 9,1942. SSSTW" th. the Name? ' Boy: He's tall, hand- Mid a good dancer. His person is Billy Sue . When he finishes at > he plans to Join the fravy. I Freshman Boy: He's sllgh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 19 April 1942

Pour The Sundy Record, April 19,1942. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR J★★★★★ * ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★★★★★ OP^A-U._ 1BCAHAGUA—OCEAN LINK OF i the San Juan River. Together TOMORROW I these lakes cover nearly 3,500 Ifcaragua is the largest of | square miles. These lakes and tte Central American repub- j the San Juan River long have Its territory, about that | been discussed as the possible rnsin, forms an isosceles routes of a second canal link- ink Atlantic and Pacific. In the days of the California Gold Rush, there was lively interest in the possibility. A definite step in the direction' of such a waterway is a treaty recently enteied into by the govern- _ ment of Nicaragua and Costa .mountain system cuts Rica for the canalization of wedged into the mid of Central America, with Pacific as the western and the Atlantic, the faarilitoean Sea, as the east- .Rrom northwest to south- east the extension of the Sierra Nicaragua, dividing it two parts which have, as little access to each other, smaller of these, the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 April 1942

to Church leola urge y0Ur at- at any or all ^several churches of services today. The Sun Record Go to Church The several churches at Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or aB their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 4. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday April 26,1942. Four Pages Today Jackets Wallop ex-team 19-0 Friday Afternoon 1942 Jackets Look Good to Local Football Fans ie high spot of the spring jail training period was Ted here Friday afternoon the Mineola High School fellow Jackets defeated the ex-Jackets 19 to 0 at the high school football field The exes he® the regulars well during the first half, the score being 7-0 at that time, but during the last half they weakened pillow the Jackets to push r tW more touchdowns. 5 st age was set for the I touchdown early in the iai ter when Bobbie Mc- r? (Ced -20 yards to the ie, and lii three plays that point Charles Wil- scored. Ben Shirey pass- ed to Blankenship for the extra aint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 April 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 26,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOl \ THE SUNDAY RECORD Mblished Every Sunday m Mlneola, Wood County, Texas ®"Med at the postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter voder Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Ittle 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. Ajoj erroneous reflection «pon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, linn, or corporation whioh may appear tQ the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. FIRE—HIDDEN ENEMY! Are you hiding an enemy in your home? It is hoped that you are not, but if there is a fire hazard harking around your house—hidden away in the attic, shut up in a closet, tucked under the stairway, piled in a garage corner, then you are harboring a most vicious type of enemy. Fire is a destroying agent when it breaks out. It can para- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 April 1942

iT IN MINBOT.a, The Sunday Record, April 26,1941 Page Three JACKET |DtS 0n fe excellent con- compli- Time Approaches. 1^L?XamS are in the off- r/o,i^ — «'« Senior final examinations She if May 13' Senlor day ^ve°^erved as senior exams ;;^adlat« examinations ?Mav t I" ng the week (t May i8 t0 22. ftiis means that seniors have K"ious little time left. Z i®ember, seniors, only three we weeks and two days be- fore exams. fe Regret. J?fa5e sorfy that illness Invented the appearance of and members John Hugh Er- ■ and Pete Dean, baritone Lbf?,PlayerS' at the band tert Monday evening Both boys were at home with the mumps. Bonnie Jean McCreary and Bxllie Sue Rothwell, clari- net players, were also unable to play. Bonnie Jean's sence was due to illness ab- inal Honor Picnic. Rational Honor Society ^another picnic Tues- at the Baptist park. ?sent were Mr. and son, Dorothy McDan- la Hendrix, Billie Pat- erson, Miriam Courreges, Gene | MaJlory, George Hannon, Pete . York, Billie Sue Rothwell, Je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 26 April 1942

Page Four I Th^ Sunday Record, April 26,1942. BUY IT IN MINEOLAI First Baptist Church R. E. STREETMAN, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m.f D. E. Brooks, superintendent. Sermon at 11 a. m. Some surprises in store for you. Training Union at 7 p. m., Mrs. E. F. Klein, director. Sermon at 8:15 p m. "Why Baptists Immerse." " At the close of the evening service we will observe the ordinance of baptism. Twenty- six are candidates for bap- tism. Nineteen of the 33 who came into our church in the revival and seven who had joined before. We invite you to be in this service. The Sunday school has a goal of 400 today. We have averag- Fellowship Class Enjoys Luncheon The Fellowship Class of the First Methodist Church, of which Mrs. B. A. Holbrook is teacher, enjoyed a covered dish luncheon at Lakeview, Rock Falls Lake place of Mrs. R H. Carraway. Wednesday. The program committee of the class provided a very in- teresting program for the way which was enjoyed by the fol- lowing members: Mrs. L. H. Le...

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

to Church *Bneola urge your at- tendance at any or all ^ The several churches of th*ir services today. The Sunday Record Go to Church The several churches ot Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or their services today. ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 5. — Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, May 3,1942. Four Pages Today New Sentenced to 40 Years In Penitentiary New Case Is Being Tried At Gilmer April Lowest In Years For Marriage Licenses Only six marriage licenses were issued by County Clerk B. A. Holbrook during the month of April. It is thought that this is the low record for the office during the past twenty years. o Cop ass Is Child Labor Agent Here, Minors Notified The announcement was made selected Ben A. Copass, school superintendent in Mineola, to be its cooperating agent in this section. In this capacity he will receive applications for Federal certificates of age. Mr. Copass, who has conferred with free to the prosecution. County Atto...

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