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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 11 October 1942

' 1 ICTORY BUY united state* .WAR ONDS AND STAMPS The Sunday Record VICTORY BONDS ■a n x>m STAMPS ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—No. 28. Mineola, Texas, October 11, 1942 Four Pages Today Industry Must Replace All Deferred Men Men Should Be Trained Now - To Fill Jobs Stressing that occupational .^fleferments are temporary and granted only to allow employ- ers to train replacements, Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, director of Selective Service, has warn- ed employers to investigate the Selective Service classification all men on their pay rolls io are between the ages of K&ll and 45 and to maintain or- tterly programs for replacement of those who are physically itied to enter the armed Every employer should make lpt appraisal to analysis of his manpower, just as he mould inventory his stock pile, tiie general said in a recent interview, which was widely circulated by business and trade i publications. Pointing out that) occupational deferments cannot ...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 11 October 1942

Page Two \ The Sunday Record, Octolier 11, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOL, THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in wnneola. Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mall matte under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. |Ttie of paper changed Irom Wood County Record to The Sunda\ Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. ^ MEMBER: Texas Pr&ss 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. LETTER FROM STALIN The letter addressed by Mr. Stalin to the Associated Press would seem to suggest that the Soviet Government is dissatisfied > with ordinary diplomatic contacts with Lon- I <jk>n and Washintogn, and appeals to the /allied peoples direct. Perhaps that is giving * too grave weight to the letter, for although k Mr. Stal...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 11 October 1942

JTJN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, October 11, 1942 Page Three >w Jacket led from Page Two. | I've been dating "Gwen" a good | have been Mr. and Mrs. Neat. bit but she also spends quite : a lot of her time with that Bright boy. I'd like to put an students to leave end to this but how?—"Hunk." &nd reach the campus Answer. Dear Hunk—I think ■iving to cross the ycur worries are useless. Reba's ' some observe this stU1 got a Friority on Gene. ' hasn't she? And may I add that I think you're mighty lucky to get anyone as cute as little Miss Holland.—Tillie. Dear Tillie—I wish to inform it their right side will be to- j ^r- Ex-sucker that I do not ' the campus when bringing!want him or his football jacket do not then some will have to cross the in front of the cars that observing the ruling. There- all are urged to so drive illing for school students. D- E. BROOKS. - Yefcw Jacket Band News as I already have what I want. Thanks, "Blue." Answer. Dear Blue—This is getting monotonous. Why ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 11 October 1942

Bt Page Four The Sunday Record, October 11, 1942 BUY IT IN MINI ■ut,. Visits In Dallas Fred Horton spent Sunday in Dallas visiting Mrs. Morton's father, J. B. White, who is in Baylor Hospital. o Dallas Visitors Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Reeves, Mrs. IBob Mays and Bubba| Kelley were in Dallas Sunday. tl.SLM&line* — WANT ADS FOR SALE: Rent or trade, 4- room house. Modern conven- iences, butane gas. Mrs. Jack Hopper. tf j FOR RENT: 7 room house on! paved stret, close in. All con-! veniences. Reasonable. Tele- - phone 289. 28-3tc | FOR SALE: Five room house with bath. Half block Gram- mar School, Mineola, Texas. Lot size 75x135. White O. M. Tar-' ter, Crow, Texas for easy terms. 28-2c FARM FOR RENT: 90 acres tilled land, 50 acres pasture. Plenty wood and water. Well improved. W. T. Dozier, 405 South Pacific. 2tp I '^"rVTPNTS and Markers, . :—i.jle and granite for enduring memorials. Lowest prices. Webber Memorial Serv- ice, 3305 Cornelia St., Green- ville, Texas. Write for prices. BEDS-BED...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 18 October 1942

The Sunday Record VICTORY BUY UKITSB STATU ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 29. Mineola, Texas, Sunday, October 18,1942 Jackets Eke Out Over Edgewood, 6 to 2 Teams Fail To Score Until Last Quarter Desert Long-Rangers "S - Mineola Scores In Last Two Minutes of Play For the first time this season the Mineola High School Yellow Jackets were forced to come from behind Friday night to keke out a 6 to 2 decision over the hefty Edgewood Bulldogs in a game played at the Tomato capital of Van Zandt County. The Yellow Jackets were out- fed in every department by the Edgewood eleven and ac- cording to some who witnessed' the battle the Bulldogs' should1 have won. "A lucky win," seem-' ed to be the opinion of the j majority of fans. Vineyard, 6 foot, 2 inch back,: Gerald Holley Is Pi Phi Pi Pledge DENTON.—Gerald Holley of Mineola was chosen as a pledge in the Pi Phi Pi fraternity at the North Texas State Teachers College this week. Holley is a graduate of Alb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 18 October 1942

/ Page Two The Sunday Record, October 18,1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday m Mineola, "Wood County, Texas •tttered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. I Give You Texas ftte of paper changed irom 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 upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation whioh may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. [QR SMALL BUSINESS Donald Nelson has proposed that a War liabilities Adjustment Bureau be set up to ? lielp small businessmen caught in the dislo- cations of war. Apparently this is intended as something more than another addition to fthe agencies which have been trying, with meager results, to ease this trouble. Mr. Felson is aim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 18 October 1942

BUY IT IN MINEOLA 1 V he Sunday Record, October 18,1942 Page Three Yellow Jacket Continued from Page Two. irrassed she even turn- k Jimmie B. thought but Ann must be ix must agree with ill about picking girls, Iways goes with West's exes. Gee, it really looks as though ye lost Betty Macoy to Norman icker. Dorothy Blacock went them last week to Canton they were married. eral are wondering why the Worm doesn't pick a Jome on, Guy, don't dis- it us. Horton is corresponding ameone in Grand Saline. interesting doesn't it. Just how was it? Did fix break the date with was it vice-versa ive been informed that West Hall belongs singly to the brunette we mentioned. Four of our boys are seen in Quitman every weex. Seems they could find just as pretty scenery in Mineola. Eudding Romances: Lawrence Vandergrif-Betty Crim. Paul Mize-Helen Neyman. Robert Ray-La Nell Wheeler. Malcolm Humphreys-Mary Evelyn Nash. Jerry Chapman-Alyce Lindley. Marlon Turberville - Evelyn Stokes. Have you noticed how cut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 18 October 1942

Page Four The Sunday Record, October 18,194i BUY IT IN MINEOLA Teen Age Boys Urged To Join Army At Once A call went out Wednesday from Colonel C. K. Rhinehart, Dallas Recruiting and Induc- tion officer, Dallas Recruiting district, for young men of the ages of 18 and 19 to enlist in the Army now. "Every young man in this age bracket should ponsider carefully the advisability of immediate enlistment, because it is definitely to his advantage to go on in now, rather than waiting," Colonel Rhinehart said. The Dallas Recruiting officer pointed out that young men who enlist now may choose their branch from among the thirteen Army Services below mentioned. Those who wait until after their twentieth birthday to enlist will not have the privilege of selecting the branch in which they would prefer to serve. " 'Teen age men who enlist r— ^ave their choice of serv- :n Air Corps, Signal ccrps, Armored Force, Quarter- master Corps, Ordnance De- partment, Chemical Warfare Service, Medical Departme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 25 October 1942

... ^ • ■■ ■ BUY vntmp •tath >VAR ONDS AND STAMPS The t." Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 30. Mineola, Texas, Sunday, October 25, 1942 Yantis Area Assured Deep Wildcat Test . Goldsmith Test Still ^Having Trouble Coke Field Now Has Twenty-Two Producing" Wells Immediate plans for the drill- ing of a long-expected deep wildcat in the Yantis area of Northwest Wood County ma- terialized Friday in announce- ment of a location by Magnolia Petroleum Company about five miles southeast of that town- site. well will be on the G. A. McCreight 167-acre tract with the site in the approximate center of the north half of lot 7, southeast part of the En- carnacion Esparsa survey. It is on what is termed the com- pany's south block composed of several thousand acres. Some of this acreage was bought at fairly high prices, ""rand recently outside companies began buying into the block at higher prices to indicate that a test was imminent. Starting date is n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 25 October 1942

T \ re Two Trie Sunday Record, October 25, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD NUdMd Irsry m Mineola, Wood County, Tex** a* the postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter vader Act of Confress, March 3. 1879. of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday .Record on Sunday, November 26, 1938. Texas Press Association; North Press Association. and East Texas erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, nrm, or corporation whish may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. week of . . . ... THE WAR [G STRING ATTACHED We are going* to hear, come March 15, e dad-burnedest weeping and wailing and irt-tearing this country has ever imagined. le outcry of the Egyptians for their first- rn is going to be a bedtime lullaby besidef e agonized shrieks of those who have to >rk over their 19 per cent of the big wages ey made in 1942, for most of them won't ve it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 25 October 1942

IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, (October 25, 1942 Page Three iiimniiiiiJiHimitmHiuuiiiiiiiimiumitni THE YELLOW JACKET Jews iSquad Yellow Jacket Staff Lois Thomas Rex Humphreys . Erlene Barkley, Lawrence Vandergriff Joyce Mock, Ann Buchanan Reba Fae Morehead et Buzz Billie Sue Rothwell, Anio%. Cage My Ona Mae Gurdock, Betty Macoy Jack Dunn, Morgan Williford Doris Lipsey Guendolyn Holland oral Club Harriate Blandford Dorris Lipsey, Rex Humphreys, Billie Sue Rothwell. Lawrence Vandergriff students, leave for the Navy was only in Mineola a short TWIN TALK fcou noticed an addition ident body Yes, they Jlunk twins. We be- Dorothy and Dorsey ilong very well with we have noticed \ have already made /ay. 5rothy has blue eyes, dark ir, is 5' 2", weighs 112 lbs., id is 15 years of age. Her obby is collecting stamps and joys horseback riding and ices. arsey has brown eyes, dark p, is 5' 2", and weighs le likes to play base- basket ball. luck in your studies and ,to M. H. S. Pep Squad News band...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 25 October 1942

The Sunday Record, October 25> 1942 BUY IT IN lflNBOfc*- WANT ADS FOR LEASE, 200 acre stock farm, buildings and open land, 8 miles of Mineola, grass and running water. See or write, E. A. Tharp. 22tf Former Mineola Girl FOR SALE: Registered Hereford bulls, 12 months to 4 years old, excellent blood lines. Mann farm near East Point, Wood County, Texas. 30-33c FOR RENT—Nicely furnished two or three room apartment. Close in. Electric refrigerator, screened back porch. Mrs. A. J. Henry, Phone 122J. FOR RENT: 5 room house, 628 W. Kilpatrick. Call 125W. 3tc FOR SALE: Two-wheel Model T trailer with truck body, good tires. $27.50. Apply at 308 W. Blair. 29-31p FOR SALE: 84 acres Reuben Crawford Survey formerly known as Lon Ingram farm. Approximately 9 miles SE of Quitman. Part royalty sold. Send your .best cash offer to V{r. Didlake Administratrix, ell Street, Dallas, Texas. 3tp FOR RENT: 7 room house on paved stret, close in. All con- veniences. Reasonable. Tele- phone 289. 28-3tc FOR SA...

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

BUY united ITATII .WAR <DS •a \ STAMPS V The Sunday Record ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Thirteenth Year—Number 31 Mineola, Texas, Sunday, November 1, 1942 FSA Program For 1943 Calls For All Out Production of Food JEFFERS FINDS OUT Four Pages Today The Farm Security Adminis- tration War Program for 1943 is All out Food Production," , stated Joe F. Martin, Rural Su- pervisor for Waad County, fol- I lowing a conference for stream- I lining the program at his office at Quitman. Those attending the conference were Claude M. Gattis, Roger Davis, Area Spec- ialist, Elizabeth Hoffman, Area HM Supervisor of Mt. Vernon, and Grace Lawrence, Home Su- pervisor of Wood County Mr. Gattis, District Supervis- or, stated that "Emphasis is t ^placed on an adequate supply j pf high quality garden, pasture ad field seed, nursery stock, fertilizers for all feed and food crops and insecticides. A uni- form package of garden seed, farmery stock and insecticides /or different size famili...

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

Page Two The Sunday Record, November 1, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD FlMUhed Brtxgr Sunday m Mineola. Wood County, Texat 'Tted at the postoffice at Mkieola as second-class mail matter under Act at Congress, March 3, 1879. 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 upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, ftrm, or corporation which may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. 'n The Home Front With two weeks remaining /ke^ore registration gets under ly for gasoline rationing and store trucks and commercial Vehicles must have ODT certifi- cates of war necessity in order to operate, all eyes on the Home Front this week turned mercial vehicle owners every- where, but should any have been missed they should write immediately to t...

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

BUY IT IN MINEOLA The Sunday Record, November 1, 1942 — i f ; ■ ■ -— Page Three THE YELLOW JACKET Yellow Jacket Staff l-chief Lois Thomas Rex Humphreys lews Erlene Barkley, Lawrence Vandergriff Joyce Mock, Ann Buchanan Reba Fae Morehead Billie Sue Rothwell, Anio%- Cage Ona Mae Gurdock, Betty Macoy Jack Dunn, Morgan Williford Doris Lipsey Guendolyn Holland _ Harriate Blandford Catafighter ;ket Buzz Assembly Reporters Classes Locals Choral Club Typists Dorris Lipsey, Rex Humphreys, Billie Sue Rothwell, Lawrence Vandergriff Important News From H. E. Dept Dp. you know what ceiling ices refer to? Do you know t foods have ceiling pdices? you know how to buy eco- ical? Ask any home economic I stu- t and she can tell you. For past two weeks we have had rts and discussions on the mer and the war. This in- ation should be of interest to every homemaker. There are many bulletins and magazines on file in the home economics department that we should be glad for the home makers of this community ...

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

Page Pour The Sunday Record, November 1, 1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA Light Vote Is Forecast For Texas T«r<dav A very VvfcVU vote is expected to be next Tuesday in the TVvas General Election The ballot will contain the namci of Wi\\1 County ivmo- cratic nomiiuvs. State candida- tes for Democrat. Republican and other parties. Sinco Texas! is predominantly Democratic in politics very little interest is < being shown. The Texas Election Bureau will again tabulate the votes and results should be pretty well known within a few hours after the polls close. The most important part of the election is the proposed amendments to the State Con- stitution. They are: (1) Limit- ing the Legislature after 1945 to spending only what money is in sight, with the State Comptroller to say how much is in sight; (2) to provide for a much needed State office building and financing it with s^ate bonds; (the building will r_"1 ' - '- -jit at this time, only Tvo\.ded lor in the future); (3) permitting counti...

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

ONDS STAMPS M The Record Thirteenth Year—Number 32 ESTABLISHED IN 1929 AS THE WOOD COUNTY RECORD Mineola, Texas, Sunday, November 8, 1942 Four Pages Today_ Legion Scrap Drive On Armistice Day Veterans Forego Usual Celebration To Gather Scrap ^ Drive to Cover All Parts of County Wednesday All surviving veterans of World War No. 1 in Wood coun- ty v;ill march again* Wednes- day, November 11, as has been eir custom on each Armistice ,y since the close of World War No. 1. This year the usual gaiety of the occasion will be dispelled and displaced by a ination and grimness t manifested as these veter- ans have met throughout the years to celebrate November 11 as a day of peace. ' Throughout Wood County the colorful uniforms heretofore worn by this group on this day will give place to fatigue cloth as the veterans of this county assisted by the entire citizen- ship turns the day of peaceful celebration into a militant drive to accumulate all remaining scrap metal in Wood County, to be turn...

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

re Two The Sunday Record, November 8,'1942 BUY IT IN MINEOLA THE SUNDAY RECORD FrtMlrtind Krezy Sunday zn Boncota, Wood County, Texu teed a* the postoffice at Mlneola u second-class mail matter vnder Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. TOte 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. erroneous reflection wpon the character, standing or repu- ) tation of any person, nrm, or corporation which may appear in tfce^cplumns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected -x-lipon being brought to the attention of the publishers. ARINES a~ 167 YEARS On Land At Sea And In The Air The Government's rationing plans have taken precedence' over all other news on the| Home Front the past two weeks and, as the winter weeks roll by' the consumer will feel more j and more the pinch on civilian production. PACIFIC FRONT News of the retirement of Japanese at- tacking* fleets from the waters a...

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

IT IN MINflOT.A- The Sunday Record, November 8, 1942 the yellow jacket 4- , , Yellow Jacket Staff in-chief Lois Thomas Rex Humphreys — Erlene Barkley, Lawrence Vandergriff Joyce Mock, Ann Buchanan P«*a Fae Morehead 1122 Br" veil, Anio%. Cage rH* ^ OnfTPTae Gurcfock, Betty Macoy 3^^™® — Jack Dunn, Morgan Williford t Doris Lipsey Classes Locals _ Guendolyn Holland Harriate Blandford il Club Dorris Lipsey, Rex Humphreys, Billie Sue Rothwell, Lawrence Vandergriff Battle of the Sexes Ari, essembly program presen- ted Wednesday, November 4, was under the direction of Coach Erwin. The program was a ^battle of the sexes" in which bn Smith, Claud Bozarth, Charles Williams and Kenneth Dean represented the men. The weaker sex was represented by Lois Thomas, Joyce Mock, Ann BuaJwjian and Carolyn Mc- Clendon. Lamar Smith and Bil- lie Sue Rothwell acted as mas- * ter of ceremonies. At the end r of the first round the score was ~ 30 to 0 in favor of the men. During the second round the ; girls gai...

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

re Four The Sunday Record, Noveynber 8, 1942 IT IN MINEOLA a week of . .. ... THE WAR War Production chairman Donald Nelson reported overall munitions production in Sep- mber was 7 per cent above igust, with airplanes up 10 :r cent, ordnance up seven per 'ent, Navy and Army vessels 22 per cent, and merchant 10 per cent. The report stated that the WPB index of munitions pro- duction increased 24 points in September to 381—four times the production rate at the time of Pearl Harbor. The Treasury paid out $5,500 million for war purposes, an increase of $300 million over August. This amounted to 40 per cent of all payments made in the United States for goods and services during the month. Mr. Nelson's report said four- engined bombers rolled off as- sembly lines very nearly on schedule. The output' of heavy * aircraft showed a marked in- crease over August, with the output of light, trainer type planes held below August. Some "plants which came into ,iJrwv*iwkion recently made a OFFICE H...

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