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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 17 March 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 17,1940. POLITICAL Frank Bezoni Outlines Platform for Congress Prank Bezoni, of Smith Coun- ty, has announced his candi- dacy to the United States Con- gress for the Third District of Texas, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. This ^district includes Van Zandt, Wood, Camp, Upshur, Gregg. Rusk, Panola and Smith Coun- ties. Frank Bezoni was born on a farm in Union County, Ark- ansas, July 10, 1908, is married and has one daughter, age six. He was educated in the public schools of Arkansas and work- ed his way through the A. & M. College at Monticello. Im- mediately after graduation he began the study of law at night. He is regularly licensed to practice before the Courts of Texas, Federal Courts, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Bezoni has had a wide ex- perience, having worked on a farm, clerked in stores, worked in the oil fields, and for var- ious business concerns. He en- tered the private practice of law in 1933. For...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 17 March 1940

w CHURCHES The Sunday Record, March 17,1940. Page Three : ; "t MOTOR IRAJI5P0RT CflWpANY7 P A Ca-osidinaied ^'uUn-<1'iuck £e/uuce Handling Less Than Car- Load Freight Shipments.. tf-tee Pick-wtx ami elivesuf,.. jhoat to. 2)00*.. Courteous, Unexcelled Service.. Frequent and Dependable Schedules. CxptaM Set-vice at fyleialtt Ratei For Further Information, Please Call J. B. SELKIRK, Agent Phone 24 Methodists Begin Easter Revival Today A one-week Easter revival meeting begins this morning at the First Methodist Church, with the Rev. K. R. Jsbell, pas- tor, doing the preaching. Music will be directed by the Rev. O B. Salyer, who will also have charge of the young peo- ple's work. The meeting closes with the evening services Easter Sun- day, March 24. The pastor has announced the following sermon subjects for the week: Sunday morning, March 17: Hail to the King. Sunday, 7:30 p. m.: The Tears of Jesus. Monday. Tragedy of Wasted Life. Tuesday: Which Sheep Is Black? Wednesday: Preparednes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 17 March 1940

Taste Pour The Sunday Record, March 17,1940. People in the News SOCIETY Miss Betty Marie Shipp of Tyler visited her mother here last week. W. B. Dickson has returned from a visit with relatives in San Angelo and Lubbock. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moody of Gladewater were here last week-end visiting relatives. W. W. Moody, who has been seriously ill at his home on North Sycamore Street, is re- ported considerably improved. Mr. and Mrs. Trayser, par- ents of Mrs. W. Bethel Perry, are here from Kansas visiting Mr. and Mrs. Perry. axeman*' ?Sam Thursday Dunning were visitors in Long- view Friday. Wesley Lott was a business visitor in Dallas Thursday. Mrs. T. G. Freeman of Jack- sonville is here visiting her sister, Mrs. T. A. Collins. THE WIZARD OF COOKERY <§) 1) 11 © Vte Qai RatUfe that CooJu like Ma^ic \N ^aG\C \N A new Magic Chef gas range will pay for itself in food, fuel, and time saving. See this sensational value today. SpSUtUf Sale 99.30* My & NH V' 0* CO IN MY Ct vp GflS RflnOE #...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 24 March 1940

mm* fj.-x Ibgyj mygsrjKi" ggj' ^11 WORTHWHILE Don't forget to go to church today. You'll enjoy the fellowship you will find there. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY WEATHER 1 Sunday: Partly cloudy. Slightly cooler in the northern part. Tenth Year—Number 51. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Texas, Sunday, March 24, 1940. Four Pages Today. TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER THURSDAY IS CIRCUS DAY IN MINEOLA j Glamour Girls Of Circus Match EASTER SUNDAY is a time for every Christian to make a special effort to attend some- body's church. Whether you are a member or not, you will be welcomed to the church ofj your choice with open arms j this morning as every morn- ing. IF YOU think you have an idea about when President Roose- velt wiH announce his third term intentions, send your guess to The Monitor office and win an easy $10. THIS KEEPING mum seems to be a new angle with poli- ticians. W. Lee is doing it, and now Bill Quinn, Van idiot editor, refuses to say what...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 24 March 1940

: Page Two The Sunday Record, March 24, 1940. EDITORIAL i THE SUNDAY RECORD ' Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Altered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Political Announcements Sltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. 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. 75c a year within city limits. $1 a year outside city. W. W. HARDING MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. TAX JACKASSES There are ten jackasses in Wood County. These figures, of pourse, pertain only to the four-footed variety and do not in- clude the bipedal strain. In all Texas, 1,798 of these dumb animals appear on last year's tax rolls for a total valuatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 24 March 1940

SCHOOL NEWS The Sunday Record, March 24, 1940. Page Three The GOLDEN RULE ^Srnestine Davis — Editor Claudine Vandiver - Assistant Ray Scoggins — Senior Reporter Morris Roberts Junior Reporter Bonnie Mae Galusha Sophomore Reporter If Margaret Bass - Freshman Reporter MOTTO: "Therefore, all things ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them."—Matt. 7:12. SLOGAN: Golden, the ideal rural school, where everybody is somebody. The Child and the School. There is a rule at the pres- • ent time among school officials and the general public over the increasing number of problem-children and the fast mounting rate of juvenile de- linquency. School officials ad- mit failure to a great extent and are seeking for a more effective solution, educational and vocational guidance, though helpful are not complete solu- tions. There are several refesons why the schools are prevented from solving the problem of maladjustments among the stu- I "aents. The schools, many of them, are overcrowde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 24 March 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, March 24,1940. v>r is The Sepwlcher s ^Triumph Over Death HIGHLIGHTS OH THB SUNDAY SCHOOL LBSSOtf fl *29 f| By NEWMAN CAMPBELL (The international Uniform tiTtr— on the above to£ic for March 24 la Matthew 27:57-28:15, the Golden Text being I Corin- thians 15:20, "Now hath Christ teen raised from the dead, the •rot-fruit* of them that are P.^ - ; F EVEN AFTER Jesus was cru- cified and put in the tomb, the Mfh priests and Pharisees were •ot content.- They must have jknown in their hearts that it was no ordinary man whom they had crucified. They came together be- fore Pilate and asked him to see :that fcty had an adequate guard Mt about Jesus' tomb, as "we J remember the deceiver said, while Be was yet alive, After three ,4aysl will rise again." Pilate evi- dently had but little patience with them, for he answered them Aortly, "Ye have a watch: go jour way, make it as sure as yt :* So the tomb was sealed and the watch was set, but early Sunday Morning, af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 31 March 1940

WORTHWHILE Don't forget to go to church today. You'il enjoy the fellowship you will find there. The Sunday Record WEATHER Today: Partly cloudy. Moderate temperature. DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY Tenth Year—Number 52. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Texas, Sunday, March 31, 1940. Four Pages Today. Earl T. New Removed To Unannounced Jail 3 Cars Officers Escort Captive State To Ask Death Penalty For Indicted Pair TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER HAWKINS people are planning a big reception for the Wood County MJen's Fifth Sunday Bible Class. More than 400 visitors are expected to be on hand to hear former Governor Pat M. Neff make the princi- pal address. FOUR OR five hundred is quite a crowd for anybody's town, but Pat Neff is a popular man and Hawkins people are popu- lar hosts, so one of the big- gest turn-outs in the history of the Fifth Sunday Class is expected. Every man in this part of East Texas is invited, and many will go from Min- eola. WOOD COUNTY'S present coun-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 31 March 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, March 31, 1940. E D I T 0 R I A L THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Entered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. By PERCY CROSBY Pictures tne Movies Never Go* Title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- [ tation of any person, firm, or corporation which may appear j in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected : upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. 75c a year within city limits. $1 a year outside city. W. W. HARDING MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. YOUTH... Youth—with its enthusiasm for new ideas, its daring and eagerness for action—its the stuff revolutions are made of. Young minds and minds that stay young push on to new frontiers in industry, agriculture, commerce, religion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 31 March 1940

T FA R M NEWS The Sunday Record, March 31, 1940. Page Three: COON CREEK Mc 1/ Sh By JOE GANDY A young lady from another state writes to Texas in search of a husband. She says she wants a boy who is "virtuous, kind and considerate," and who can build a seven room house, be a pal, husband and sweet- heart. We wonder if she thinks we are raising angels down here in Texas. If there were a boy like that down here in Texas, the application would have been about the seventh illion because they would ave been after him before he shed his colt's teeth. We often read of fortunes being found in the homes, and even in the clothes, of eccen- tric people who live beggarly lives and who are objects of charity. Recently we read of two old women being found starved almost to death with $10,000 hid in their miserable flat. If anybody contemplates searching our clothes after we are gone, we can save them ►the trouble. All they would find is a little white handled knife and a short piece of pen- cil. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 31 March 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, March 31, 1940. general RESULTS (Continued from Page One) DEMONSTRATOR Sub-Junior Spelling (ward): Golden and Mineola, tied; Winnsboro, Quitman. Junior Spelling, Ninth Grade: Hawkins, Hainesville, New Hope. Sub-Junior, Ninth Grade: Hawkins, Hainesville, New Hope. Rural Junior: Pleasant Ridge, Rock Hill. Jones. Story-Telling. Ward: Patsy Ann Aldridge, Mineola; Calvin Swain, Gold- en; Patsy Puckett, Quitman. Ninth Grades: Dala Fern Sullivan, Hainesville; Betty Jane Zuber, Hawkins. Maxine Hall, New Hope. Rural: Munsy Jo McKenzie, Pleasant Ridge; Wesley Rush- ing, Rock Hill; Jo Ruth Leach, Jones. Picture Memory. Ward: Alba, Quitman. Golden. Ninth Grade: Hawkins, New Hope, Hainesville. Rural: Pleasant Ridge, Oak Grove, Rock Hill. Arithmetic. Ward: Winnsboro, Golden,, Alba. Ninth Grade: Hawkins, New Hope, Hainesville. Rural: Macedonia, Oak Grove. Music Memory. Ward: Alba. Ninth Grade: Hainesville. Rural: Oak Grove, Pleasant Hill. Chorxl Singing. Ward: Winnsbor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 7 April 1940

I- ""-X WORTHWHILE Don't forget to go to church today. You'll enjoy the fellowship you will find there. The Sunday Record Tenth Year—Number 52. DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY \ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Texas, Sunday, April 7, 1940. WEATHER SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and warmer in west and north. Pq&sibly scattered showers. Eleventh Year—Number 1. TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER 70 Tons oi domber for the U. S. Army ABOUT THE smartest man I ever knew never went to col- lege, he wasn't a great speak- er or writer, he never held high office. But he did have that widely admired virtue of being a good listener and con- sidering that perhaps the other fellow might be right. ONE OF the best be!ieve-il-or_ not stories we've heard in some time comes from the pen of Norman Wright at Quitman. It's about the Rock Hill farm- er who dropped a thermos jug of sweet milk into a well nine years ago. Last week while cleaning out the well he re- covered the jug. After remain- ing sweet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 7 April 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 7, 1940. POLITICAL l THE SUNDAY RECORD • Published Every Sunday in Minecla, Wood County, Texas Sntered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. litle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. EYE OPENERS By Bob Crosby 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. 75c a year within city limits. $1 a year outside city. w. w. HARDING MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and Ea^t Texas Press Association. R. B. Wherry Enters Race for Representative TO THE VOTERS OF WOOD COUNTY: In placing my name before the voters of Wood County, as a candidate for the office of representative from this dis- trict, I am mindful of the fact that I am asking for the office through...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 7 April 1940

CHURCHES The Sunday Record, April 7, 1940. Page Three Rose Hill News BY NATILOU HARVEY e Sunday school has drop-1 Miss Rosie Harvey visited ped down to only a small Miss Mildred Cowart Sunday, number and we would like to , „ TTr TT „ see a larger crown out each Mr> a 1S' Sunday. Everyone is invited i c°~k and fam'i.v visited Mi I to come. ; and Mrs Glasscock at Forest I> Hill Saturday. Miss Frances Bailey spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Earnestine and Dixie Gayle. Miss Dorothy Shaver visited Miss Ima Ruth Shelton Sun- day. __ Miss Eunice Shaver visited Misses Joyce and Marjorie Shel- ton Sunday. Miss Natilou Harvey visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shelton and family Sunday. Churches | Broad Street Church of Christ WILLIS G. JERNIGAN Minister Amos Pleads for Jus lice HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V-6 Bible study, 10 a. m. Lord's Supper, 11:40 a. m. Young people's classes, 6:45 p. m. Ladies Bible study, Thursday. 3 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. "A We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 7 April 1940

Page Pour The Sunday Record, April 7, 1940. SOCIETY Mrs. G. W. Lindley to Be Honored Today at Quitman Hainesville Pioneer To Celebrate Her 87th Birthday Mrs. G. W. Lindley, pioneer resident of the Hainesville com- munity. will celebrate her eighty - seventh birthday to- day with an open house party at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Black in Quitman. Guest?- will be received from 2 until 6 o'clock in the afternoon. It has become an annual custom for Mrs. Lindley's child- ren to honor her on her birth- day. And Mrs. Black, hostess this year, extends a cordial in- vitation to friends of the fam- ily to be present. Mrs. Lindley's children are Mrs. Black, and six sons, Bob Lindley, H. D. Lindley, Tuff Lindley, L. Lindley, Dick Lind- ley, and Charlie Lindley, ail of Hainesville. Mrs. Lindley has lived in the Hainesville community most of her eighty-seven years. Her health is reported unus- ually good. ****** 87 YEARS OLD 0K MRS G. W LINDLEY Only Fifteen Marriage Licenses Issued In March O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 14 April 1940

ORTHWHILE E- Don't forget to go to church today. You'll ifc enjoy the fellowship you will find there. ecor Eleventh Year—Number 2. DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Texas, Sunday, April 14, 1940. WEATHER SUNDAY: Partly cloudy. Steadily rising tempera- tures. . j Four Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER OMINOUS Prediction: "Roose- velt cannot be elected to a third term "—Van Banner. That's a brittle limb. Bill, con- sidering the trend of state pri- maries. WE GAVB a lift the other day to a fellow who had never seen Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, and he didn't know the Governor had a good-looking daughter named Molly. We wondered where he'd been all this time, and he said he'd lived all his life in Smith County. Needless to say, he was "still for" O'Daniel. POLITICKIN': We find a lot of people around who are still for W. Lee. We also find a lot of people who are great fans of the Governor and his string band v/ho are going to vote against pol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 14 April 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, April 14, 1940. SOCIETY R, B. Wherry In Race For Representative R. B. Wneny, Quitman at- torney and oil man, is the County follows: latest entry in the race for the legislature. Mr. Wherry's statement to the voters of Wood TO THE VOTERS OP WOOD COUNTY: In placing my name before EAR TIRES THE PATHFINDER ATTENTION! at low 1940 prices Now you can equip your car with safe, guaran teed Goodyear Tires at low 1940 prices. These are actual selling prices — no trick discounts. Big values! Come in now! $ Actual price 6.00-16 size 4.75-19 or 5.00-19 $5.78 5.25-18 or 5.50-18 7.04 5.25-17 or 5.50-17 7.08 6.25-16 or 6.50-16 9.37 Cash prices with your old tire Other Sizes Priced in Proportion im Get our LIFETIME GUARANTEE! Our Goodyear Tires are guaranteed in writing—not ior 12 months, or 18 months, or 24 months—but ior their FULL LIFE, without time or mileage limits 1 Use our EASY-PAY TERMS: Convenient, confidential. No red tape. Goodyear Pathfinder—right now as low as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 14 April 1940

CHURCHES The Sunday Record, April 14, 1940. Page Three Chuttftts Broad Street Church of Christ WILLIS G. JERNIGAN Minister Bible study, 10 a. m. Lord's Supper, 11:40 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m„ "Is the Gospel, as God Gave It, Adapt- ed to man, as God Made Him?" Young people's classes, 6:45 p. m. Sermon, 7:45 p. m., "Will Christ reign on the earth, in the flesh, for 1,000 years before the end of time?" Ladies Bible study Monday, 3 p. m. Exodus 16 and 16 chap- ters. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Both sermons for Sunday are NEW FLORENCE TABLE TOP OIL RANGE Florence Table Top Oil Range $5950 Finished in White and Black Trim Five Powerful Focused Heat Burners Two Oil Tanks Roomy 16 x 18 Burner Trade In Your Old Stove EASY TERMS J. H. Sharp & Son taken from current, vital and dramatic questions. These ques- tions are demanding the at- tention of all Christiandom. Meet with us at the Broad Street Church of Christ that we may examine them in the light of God's Word. "A Welcome Awaits...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 14 April 1940

Ps.ore Pour The Sunday Record, April 14, 1940. TUBSS GENERAL . . . And There's No Dried-Out, Wasted Food . . . No Defrosting . . . In This New POAI STEWART-WARNER Tt"F REFRIGERATOR TERMS OR TRADE-IN OFFER • Sweet corn and other vegetables stay field-fresh and tender for weeks—meats actually grow tenderer—fruita stay at the peak of ripeness ... in the big built-in Frosting Locker of this new kind of Stewart-Warner Refrigerator! And moist cold in the extra-roomy upper compa/tn:«n! ends the need for covered dishes! Sliced roast, o*l«n cheese and left-overs stay juicy and delicious right oa the open shelf! There's no defrosting—no big coll rtoali&f shelf space! And an amazing new Sterilizer P.«? kill* teria "ice box" odor and retards mold growth: This new Dual-Temp guards food and flavor as be- fore! Spb it vnursclf toHav! 34 Wood County Boys Depart For ('(!(' Duty J Eight Mineola boys were in- cluded in a group of thirty- four Wood County youths who left Thursday for Civilian Con- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wood County Record — 21 April 1940

^ ,itr ^Miriiinf ^"WORTHWHILE Don't forget to go to church today. You'll enjoy the fellowship you will find there. DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY WEATHER SUNDAY: Partly cloudy. Steadily rising tempera- tures. Eleventh Year—Number 3. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Texas, Sunday, April 21, 1940. 'Spraying and Insect Control,' Barrios' Topic j Tomato Growers Urged to Be Here April 27 "Spraying of Tomato Plants for Diseases and Insect Con- trol" is the topic picked for discussion by T&P Farm Agent: Earl Barrios when tomato grow- ers in this section gather here Saturday afternoon, April 27, at 2 o'clock. Barrios told the Jaycees here he hoped to meet \l big group of farmers here Saturday. Many questions important to this par- ticular stage of tomato grow- ing are expected to be ironed out at this meeting. Some farmers in this vicin- ity lost tomato plants in last week's freeze, but the loss is not expected to be as heavy here as in other tomato sections of East Te...

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