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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 August 1942

5= IT * rt>f Mmmr-A The Sunday Recoil, ijLugxist 80, 1942 m^^uam pa^e' 2) tcolialreswiy is operating im:20 defense-rental ? areas in this OPA region; ••?.• •.•>{ h rttj. — "• 'it '. 'I ti! ?i!:f i ^X-cOPA as being frpm Four-Door Sedans "Frozen" * ^ °^„S' be I A11 1942 model Ford, Chevro- -to in^ c ea"ers ' and (let and Plymouth four-door, v. ; ^ return i hard-topped sedans that have finish "J61-*5 USGd in ibeen driven less than 1,000 !ff 6 Sarrnents. j miles have been frozen in deal- er -coat" "hatigert ers( hands by OPA until Oct. P^e Three jen halted as a steel eon- wBwm%$tot& by WI B. Up- return of the deposit re- rfnd the^ hangar, the cusfr n deposit- must be re- \ f : i | \ ;• | 3^ Restricted of dried |eani hafe to 'the l^t or fo4d Bets for which the use of fj^k£d-sealed • c^.osure is IBed. This restriction is con- 'inT Amendment 2 to v - •freeze" Eased t/ , IflWk it , Will mean no' S£-lh price to the uitii- |tc t*tafii6ner; OPA's aation:in" ng maximum -prices on riet...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 30 August 1942

. i . V t Page Four J The Sunday Record, August 30,1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA Best Methods For Growing Fall Potatoes Ckutdtts CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sloan Gentry, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. College Station.—Soil mixed j Morning Worship 11 a. m. thoroughly with rotted manure Sermon, "Let Jseus Abide in is the first step in preparing Your Home." for a fall crop of potatoes, says( Evening Worship, 8:15 p. m. J. F. Rosborough, horticultur-1 Sermon, "Our Spiritual De- ist for the Texas A. and M. I fense." College Extension Service. For J You are cordially invited to sandy soil, about three pounds per hundred row feet of 4-12- 4 commercial fertilizer should be added. Small potatoes from the spring crop, which have been kept in a cool place, may be used as seed for fall planting provided a rest period of six weeks is allowed between har- vesting and planting. As the fall crop requires 75 to 80 days to mature planting should be made early enough so that the attend these services. o BAPTIS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 September 1942

ICTORY BUY UNITED STATES WAR JONDS AND L STAMPS The Sunday Record y ICTORY BUY UNITED STATES yfAR BONDS AKB STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—No. 23 Mineola, Wood County, Texas, September 6, 1942 Four Pages Today Schools Will Open Here Monday Morning The doors of the Mineola Public Schools will swing open Monday morning for the be- ginning of the sixtieth consecu- tive year, with an anticipated enrollment of nearly 1,000, ac- cording to Supt. D. E. Brooks. The faculty was again complete the week after all vacancies hid been filled for the first time this summer. Students of the elementary school will enroll on Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The South Ward colored school will open for enrollment on Monday, jdso. Daily Schedule School will open each morn- ing at 9 o'clock, dismiss for lunch at 12:18, resume work It 1:10 and school will close the day at 3:40, according to Brooks. Thanksgiving holidays will be observed on Nov. 26 and 27 and Christmas fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 September 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, September 6, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA1 THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineol^, Wood County, Texas fettered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879.- On The Home'Front Cttle 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 wpon the character, standing or repu ■ tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear | ican j1j3tory "We are all in this war all the way," President Roosevelt declared in his adldress to the nation, Dec. 9, 194.1. "Every single man, woman and child is a partner in the most tremend- ous undertaking of our Amer- ln the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. Since that statement was made, practically everyone has become aware of his partner- ship, as the vario...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 September 1942

v_ t ; *- ; v-. ; 7 buy it in mineola The Sunday Recorq, September 6, 1942 Page Three HOME FRONT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2. severe measurement re- ipns on wool garments or- L-85 for ready-made (are not included in hi order, as manufac- Innot know for what the pattern will be used. Radio Campaign Planned " Beginning Sept. 14 and con- tinuing through Oct. 26, the Federal Government will con- duct a national radio campaign designed to inform the people of the facts of the nation's effort. Announced by the fiSS" - of War Inormation, the v program was described as the the most important ever under- taken in this country. All radio ions will be sent transcrip- tions featuring such news com- lentators as William Shirer, tWalter Winchell, John Gunther, [Lowell Thomas and Raymond >ram Swing. These commenta- >rs wiil report war effort facts 'on IJ^ofthe major United Na- including England, Rus- sia, China, Greece and the Fighting French. ? Bicycle Quotas Announced September rationing quotas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 September 1942

-<V"'r Page Four The Sunday Recorcf, September 6, 1942 'X Jaycees Get Inquiry About Canning Plant Mlneola is being considered as the possible site for a can- ning factory, according to an fcsguiry received by the Junior Chamber of Commerce this week. The inquiry came from a Dallas man. who stated that he would consider buying a plant and moving it here. The opportunity for an additional canning factory here, brought forth considerable discussion at the Monday night meeting of ffee Jaycees. A group is look- ing into the possibilities of such ..aplant. Next Monday night the Jay- eees will have their monthly supper, with the meeting to be held at Herm's Place. A committee was appointed by President Dorsey Erwin to con- tact all members and have them present for the occasion. September will be membership months for the entire Texas ©rganization and every effort will be put forth to assure a strong membership for the Mineola chapter. o Burglar Breaks c Glass To Enter Local Grocery The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 September 1942

yiCTORY { BUY A UNITED ■ STATE* Pr WAR ^WBONDS JK AND ^STAMPS The Sunday Record VICTORY BUY BONDS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Mineola, Wood County, Texas, September 13, 1942 Thirteenth Year—No. 24. Four Pages Today Coke Field Has 14 Oil ells Now Producing South Outpost Gets Water In Pay Attempt her Wells In ield Nearing Pay-off Sand As the result of what was be- lieved to be a cement job, a southwest outpost in the Coke field in North Wood County Juced only salt water in a ^completion attempt Friday. The :v well is the General American 1 Skeen, Y'Barbo survey, directly south of a good lucer and swabbed salt er from perforations at 6^338-46 feet and 6,358-65 feet. Hie well had previously logged oil sand at 6,336-46 and 6,356- 64 feet, sufficiently high to assure production. Another completion attempt will be made immediately by the op- erators. Fourteen Wells The Coke field now has 14 producing wells and ^several others drilling. Only two tests haVe failed, both wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 September 1942

Page Two The Sunday Record, September 13,1942 THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineoia, Wood County, Texas •stored at the postoffice at Mineoia as second -class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Pto 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 ttpon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation whish may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. AIR FORCES URGENTLY NEW MECHANICS Because it is largely mechanized, the Army today requires many mechanics, all kinds of technicians, and expert repairmen particularly, to keep it mobile. For obvious reasons, the Army Air Forces' need of skilled craftsmen is proportionately the greater and more urgent. Now that it is getting into action against the Germans on the Eur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 September 1942

HOME FRONT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2. The Sunday Record, September 13,1942 X Oklahoma and Louisi- >e required to register ITw °*their equipment e infn . 0dUCtion B°ard. U , °n obtained will coordinated in the WPB ZT T« a^Dallas a" H* 30 deadline, and later wm be available to construc- tion contractors at WPB dis- trict offices. These offices are located at Houston, San An- ?hrL°' E1+Paso' New Orleans, Shreveport, Tulsa, and Okla- homa City. Price Adjustment Pleas Open Retailers whose ceiling prices are out of line with those of their competitors to such a de- gree that they are suffering substantial hardship now may apply to the OPA Region Office at Dallas for adjustments through a simplified procedure, Region Administrator Max L. McCullough has announced. Region OPA administrators also have been authorized by Price Administrator Henderson to del- egate to state and district OPA offices the power to grant or deny such applications from re- lers, but until formal an- incement of such ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 September 1942

Sage Four A \ The Sunday Record, September 13,1942 J. Y. Thomas Southwestern's Local Manager J. Y. Thomas, who has been connected with the Southwest- ern Gas & Electric Company for a number of years has suc- ceeded E. C. Blandford as local manager for the Southwestern Gas & Electric Company. Mr. THwrnas assumed his duties here Wednesday morning. Mrs. Thomas and their son, will S move here as soon as possible. Blandford has been manager of the local office since July, 1941 f He stated Wednesday that he expected to enter an- other line of work soon, but that he was not ready yet to announce his future plans. Mr. and Mrs. Blandford and family have been active in the social, church and civic life of Mineola and will be missed here. Mrs. Blandford is a talented singer. On the Alert Generals AT SURINAM IN DUTCH GUIANA, important United Nations base for l the protection of the Caribbean, the Panama Canal and South Atlantic convoys, « native anti-aircraft gunner of the Netherlands A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 September 1942

VICTORY BUY united •tate* WAR 'BONDS and | STAMPS The Sunday Record yiCTORY INDSI |and| STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth~Year—No. 25. Navy Needs Binoculars In Fight Against Axis Submarines and Ships Mineola, Wood County, Texas, September 20, 1942 Four Pages Today Far out at sea, in the mist and fog that shroud American ships, trained eyes must con- stantly search the horizon for signs of Axis raider or naviga- tion hazards. How quickly officers and en- listed men of the fleet discover the presence of danger deter- mine^ the safety of their ship, its-Trews and perhaps precious cargo of food munitions for our allies. The United States Navy needs binoculars badly in spite of a heretofore excellent response to its appeals. Because of the lack facilities and highly-trained onnel necessary for the iiifacture of these precision Instruments, the maximum pro- lection remains insufficient for requirements of the rapid- landing armed forces. For ^ reason, said th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 September 1942

* 1? tm*; ; Page Two The Sunday Record, 'September 20, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas Watered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of CongTess, March 3, 1879. r*Ue of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. ifEMBERi Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- THE YELLOW JACKET Yellow Jacket Staff Editor-in-chief Lois Thomas Sports — - Rex Humphreys General News Erlene Barkley, Lawrence Vandergriff Pep Squad *. — - - Joyce Mock, Ann Buchanan Band _ — Reba Fae Morehead . .. - Choral Club Harriate Blandford tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear Ciasses _ Doris Lipsey in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected |Locals ______ " _ Guendolyn Holland upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. | Jacket Buzz Billie Sue Rot^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 September 1942

BUY IT IN MINEOLA ) 1 The Sunday Record, September 20, 1942 Page Three Yellow Jacket Continued from Page Two ^ I like him lots, and Mr. ^)ne of the swellest per- tonw . . . There are Charles Ann Buchanan Williams. Julia Puckett — Tommy Lind- will be this year? We have noticed that Clifford has a new name, Buzzard Wil- liams, he couldn't have gotten ley. it in bookkeeping class, could i Erlene Barkley — Joe Craver he? Betty Lou — Truett Ray. We heard that Charles Wil- j Betty Stevens — Joe Moore. teachers h"er8 are 1 Hams had a wonderful time Fri-1 Billie Sue — John Hallmark b of them Miss6 'day night going here and there. Our School Song M.H.S. we love (Miss Ward, who seem to popular with everyone. Speaking of boys dear diary —do you think I am right by falling so hard for a senior boy? He doesn't even notice me, no matter how hard I try. I dropped my books ac- cidently on purpose today and bricked them up for me. My ^neart was turning flip fi0pS so fast I couldn't even say thank yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 September 1942

Page Eight 'he Sunday Record, (September 20, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA Letter Tells Of Work Navy Trains Men To Perform he following letter was re- ceived by Mineola relatives of Gabe William Cowart, tells of his work in the Navy: An important announcement regarding your blue jacket in the service. Recently, a new group of navy men came to the campus of the University of Wisconsin. Your son Gabe William Cowart V K. Drive Now On For Men With Sea Experience A drive for the registration Qt *8 men with sea experience is In progress by the United States Employment Service, ac- <XeSn$ to Clifford P. Edwards, manager of the employment of- fice at 114 South College Street in Tyler. ""Two thousand new ships now scheduled for production will itixjuire 100,000 seamen, radio operators, cooks, engineers and is among them. He has prob- officers to man them," Mr. ably written to you, telling you Edwards stated. "Any man who of the specialized advanced has once been to sea can do training in radio c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 September 1942

tP- \ * Sr 1CT0RY BUY UNITED STATE* .WAR JONDS AND L STAMPS \ t The Sunday Record ^yiCTOFY BUY BONDS STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 26. Drilling Started On Goldsmith Well Mineola, Texas, September 27, 1942 Three More Wells Completed In Coke Oil Field •Northern Wood County Field Has 17 Wells The long_awaited deep test on the Goldsmith block four jniles northwest of Quitman 'finally got underway-this week ^rifl Friday night was drilling ahead below 1,000 feet. Op- erators plan to set a string of ^10-inch pipe around 1,250 feet, tid. tie well is slated to test the ^ r Travis Peak at around 9,000 | feet, unless production is ob- %. tained in the Paluxy or other ' potential pay horizons. This block has been thoroughly test- ed in the Woodbine in past years. Delta Drilling Company is drilling the well. Three Coke Completions Final guages were reported Friday on three more producers in the Coke field, another com- pletion is in sight and another...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 September 1942

Page Two f The Sunday Record, September 27, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, Wood County, Texas Watered at the postoffioe at Mineola as second-class mail matter \ under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Vttle of paper changed from. Wood County Record to The Sunday Hccord on Sunday, November 26, 1939. • MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas ft Press Association. Any erroneous reflection &pon 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 YELLOW JACKET HIIIHIIIHI11IIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIMIIIIIIIHII1I11IM Yellow Jacket Staff Editor-in-chief — Lois Thomas Sports - _ Rex Humphreys General News Erlene Barkley, Lawrence Vandergriff Pep Squad Joyce Mock, Ann Buchanan Band - Reba Fae Morehead Choral Club — Harriate Blandford Classes — Doris Lipsey Locals — Guendolyn Holland...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 September 1942

BUYJT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, September 27, 1942 Yellow Jacket jntinued from page Two. ibly Program 4f8Sbly Pr0gram was -d Wednesday, Sept. 23 ' direction 0f Mrs. The following num /ere given: '-Johnnie iboy sung by Velma and Hamate Blandford. They were accompanied on the piano by Carolyn McClendon. Harriate Blandford then sang "This Is Jfforth Fighting For." Follow- lis a negro sermon was delivered by Dorothy Blalock The program was concluded announcements by Mr. Prim and Mr. Brooks concerning the TRAIN AT TYLER Tyler's most modern and De- gressive school of business training. We train the mate? No„ lty of Tyler students. High Fruit standards, high ideals, private 212- —seiect—-individual. The only air-conditioned business college in this section. For free college catalog describ- ■tog~ courses address Director of Admission Federal Institute TYLER TEXAS approaching football games. Do You Have An Emergency Shelf? The school and every Ameri- can home should have a War- time Eme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 September 1942

Page Four } The Sunday Record, September 27, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA National Fire Prevention Week In Early October College Station.—The week beginning Oct. 4, next, has been designated Fire Prevention Week by proclamation of Pres- ident Franklin D. Roosevelt. In February, Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wichard Din>w A^flCTORY / AGAINST Unemployed Old Age With SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE Over 400 Millions Insurance in Force you*. Southwestern Life tRcj2A£A£/ltaiwSL HOWARDLOTT MINEOLA AGENT requested the Extension Serv- ice to assume leadership in organizing rural America for defense against destructive fires, and. in disseminating in- formation as to way and means of reducing farm fire hazards. In accepting this responsibility the Texas A. and M. College Extension Service printed 400,- 000 copies of a leaflet designed as a guide for elimination of fire dangers. According to Director H. H. Williamson the number is ex- pected to be sufficient to place one in the home of each far...

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

iUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record,/October 4, 1942 Page Tlwreff Ration's Steel Mills Are Running Out Of Scrap. They Haven't Enough land For Even 30 Days More. When This Is Gone They May Have To iut Down — For All New Steel Is 50 Per Cent Scrap. Get Your Scrap ly To Turn In Now! practicing on "A Garden Lulla- I by." Yellow Jacket Continued from Page Two. I ::: j Jacket Buzz she fell, not very gracefully,! °ur boys really get around, from her stool the other day.'Tllis week West Hall is the The highest rating has been iattraction- Sunday he was awarded to Bernice Boynton, I scenery gazing at a blond. A Joan Cowan, Billy Phillips and 'brunette follows him about Gloria Malone for preparing the sch°ol. Whatta guy!! Whose Boy Will Die Because You FAILED? in THINK about it as revenge — a way to get back at the scum who have attacked us. Or think about it as a little more protection for our fighting men something you, yourself, can do to bring as many as possible home alive. But think abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 4 October 1942

Page Four Defense Police Mobilization Now Complete Anstin.—"Defense Police Mo- bilization in Texas is complete," Colonel Homer Garrison, Jr., director of the Texas Depart- ment of Public Safety, an- nounced today. A plan where- by the- regular organized police auod sheriffs of non strategic areas may be drawn to danger 2KJDE5 to quell riots, sabotage, and other disorders has been developed. TIae Department of Public SSalety has catalogued all law enforcement personnel, *guns, monitions, and other equipment .and adequate protection can toe instantly drawn to troubled aXE2S. The mobilization of these regular police, and the duties of War Reserve Police drawn from civilian ranks, will be the subject of this week's dramati- sation of "Texans on the Alert." Originating in the studios of "WT.1A in Dallas and carried erer WBAP, WOAI, and KPRC, Use program will be presented - "3" the eighth time at 2 p. m. £unday, Oct. 4. Sponsored as a public service feature of the Texas Quality Network an...

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