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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 September 1940

Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TD THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUN1T Weather Report Continued warm. Partly cloudy. Eleventh Year—Number 22. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday. September 1, 1940. Four Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER THE GRASS is always greener on the other side . . . and they say fish always bite better in a far-off lake. Hardly a week passes without a group of pis- catorial addicts abandoning the banks of thr; Sabine, passing up dozens of East Texas lakes for a long trek to Louisiana. Going to Lake Bristinoe this week are David Kitchens, Ed len, Harry Miller, and How- rd Dennard. E. LYNCH'S dog likes his fee and doughnuts every ^rning at breakfast time. AGREE with a Longview lal columnist on favorite strips. We like Blondie TLi'l Abner. )AY is Labor Day and a fay in Mineola. If you are lining an automobile trip, lember to nave your car ^ion and drive carefu...

Publication Title: Sunday Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 September 1940

Pagre Two The Sunday Record, September 1,1940. 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. fttle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection vpon 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 up n being brought to the attention of the publishers. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. W. W- HARDING 75c- a year within city Mffitts. 01 a year outside city. 'CONSCRIPTION DOESN'T MEAN DICTATORSHIP Admittedly conscription means a wide break from a long traditon in the United States. Everyone would like to adhere to the volunteer system if by it an adequate army could be raised quickly enough and fairly enough to insure the country's de- fense. But ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 September 1940

The Sunday Record, September 1,1940. Page Three DODGE (Continued from Page One) the canes or fins are welded. One shell is mounted on the .engine crankshaft, the other on the drive shaft. Both shells, Which do not touch each other, are enclosed in a sealed hous- ing filled with oil. "It is this oil, which set in motion by the turning of the forward shell, passes the power rotations to the rear shell and the drive shaft. "Simple as the fluid drive me- chanism is, the different driv- ing results it produces are ex- ceedingly interesting. You can climb a hill at speeds as slow as a mile an hour with gears in 'high' and the car will keep going smoothly without strain- ing the engine or any other mechanism. "Where the new Dodge fluid drive differs from set mechani- cal improvements is that its advantages can actually be ex- perienced," , Mr. Brooks pointed out. "That is why we expect to have a busy time demonstrat- ing the remarkable new drive to the people of this city from the moment t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 1 September 1940

Page Pour The Sunday Record, September 1,1940. TS Entertains Bridge Club Monday Night Mrs. Arrell Denton entertain- ed her Monday night bridge Club at her home Monday night. Members and guest present were Mrs. Adrian Rogers. Mrs. W. W. Harding, Mrs. Juanita Aaron, Mrs. Joe Peters, Mrs. Omar Aaron, Mrs. Allen Rob- erts, Mrs. Warren Shipp, Mrs. Edwin Faust, Mrs. J. B. Cow- art, and Miss Nanalee Pendle- ton. Mrs. Pet Green. Mrs. Kelly Bruce, Mrs. Katherine Barnett, Mrs. Earnest Frank Smart and Miss Barbara Wilson all of Quitman. High score award for club members was won by Mrs. Peters with second high going to Miss Pendleton. High score for the guest was won by Mrs. Faust. The galloping award went to Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Juanita Aaron won low score. o Mrs. T. A. Collins, Mrs. Sam Dunning, and Mrs. R. H. Car- raway were visiting in Dallas Friday. Ezells Honored With Shower at Golden On Friday Last Friday night Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ezell of Golden were honored with a miscellaneous shower a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 September 1940

r Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY Weather Report Continued wann. Partly cloudy. i Eleventh Year—Number 23. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, September 8,1940. Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER A pool turn has been added to each end, which is causing some comment and discussion This increase added to the new job put on in Dallas yard Monday, Sept. 2, will recall some of our cut-off men. We wel- come anything that will in- crease the working lists. Men with families to support who must face the winter out of employment have a serious problem. Seniority rules and rightly so, but there is no law against tempering it with a little mercy and consideration for those who are not so fortunate. I kinda believe that lending a help- ing hand along the main line of life, may influence St. Peter to clear the block when we approach the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 September 1940

Papre Two THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas ■ntered at the postoffice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Vltle 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 1 upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. W. W. HARDING iLAGE VOICES "The little towns of Texas What pretty names they bear! There's Echo, Garland, Crystal Springs Arcadia, Dawn and Dare; There's Ingleside and Prairie Home, And Bells and Rising Star. God keep them childlike, restful, clean, Pure as the prairies are!" —Clyde Walton Hill. Village life in East Texas has contributed something fins, dean and strong to the life of the State and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 September 1940

The Sunday Record, September 8, 1940. Page Three TTXASOUT-O-POORS Dont's for Dove Hunters. Austin.—With dove hunting under way, pertinent don'ts "Which, if followed, will save sportsmen consideijable trou- ble with state and federal game wardens have been formulated the Texas Game Depart- lent's executive secretary. They lclude: Don't shoot doves before sun- nor after official sunset. Don't shoot from a car or torn or along a public road. Don't shoot doves with any • WANT ADS I FOR RENT: Two partly furnish- ed apartments near school. 311 University. Mrs. Beck. lmr WANTED: Information con- cerning Susie E. Nichols, and husband, Ferdinand Nichols, who at one time lived in Min- eola, Texas. These parties, if living, are very old. If not liv- ng, then we would like to ob- tain information concerning their children. They have an interest in a large estate in Wichita County, Texas. Com- municate with E. W. Napier, 414 City National Bank Bldg., Wichita Falls, Texas. 5cmr22 gun except a sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 8 September 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, September 8, 1940. Ward School P-TA Releases Program for Year The Ward School P.T.A. Year- book Committee, composed of Mrs. M F. Usry, Mrs. A. By- rum, and Mrs. R. Browning, >,, has completed and released the following interesting program, with Jsaders for the entire school term of 1940-41: September 24, 1940. Leader. Mrs. R. H. Coleman; Subject, "How Did the United States Come About?" October 22 Leader, Mrs. Max Aldridge: Subject. "It Is a Small World." November 26 Leader, Mrs. L. L. Crumley. Subject, "How Much Are We Worth?" December 17 Leader, Miss Clark. Subject, "See America." January 28, 1941 Leader, Mrs. Bruce Wakefield. 8ubject, "Ships that Sail the 8ea" frebru&xy 24 Leader, Mrs. A. Parrish. Sub- ject, "War, What and Who Make It." March 25 Leader, Mrs. Ed Albright. 8ubject, "Foreign Court." April 29 Leader, Mrs. J. P. English. Subject, "Is Peace Possible?" The playground committee for the ensuing year is Mts. Ray Cooper, chairman; Mrs. Ros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 September 1940

Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY " \ Weather Report SUNDAY: Generally fair, warmer. Eleventh Year—Number 24. Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, September 15, 1940. TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER QUOTATION: Is your religion your steering wheel, or is it only your spare wheel?—Hugo Redwood. INDICATION that a half cen- tury ago Mineola had a fair is this brief item clipped from the Fifty Years Ago column of Saturday's Dallas News: "The Mineola Fair Association re- ceived application for stalls for several head of Holstein cattle to be exhibited there." ALSO IN the same column was this item of fifty years ago: "Victor M. Rose of Emory de- clared that the defection of or- ganized labor is great enough to defeat Jim Hogg for Gov- ernor." MOST MINEOLANS now agree that signal lights are needed on Broad Street. The City is making plans for their erec- tion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 September 1940

r Page Two The Sunday Record, September 15, 1940. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas filtered 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. Any erroneous reflection «pon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. W. W. HARDING Reflections From The Farmstead It MaKes All the Difference, in the World. By rEKCY IKUSBT. By W- O. FINCH Smaller farms and bigger acres seems to be the most sensible solution to the sudden turn of big farmers to big farms and force the small farmers out to the cities and towns. There is much more farm profit in plan- ned concentrated diversifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 September 1940

The Sunday Record, September 15, 1940. Page Three CARD OF THANKS We take this method of ac- knowledging with sincere thanks ie kind expressions of sympa- thy from our friends and neighbors during our recent be- reavement. We are very grate- ful to all who assisted us in any way; to those who con- tributed to the beautiful floral offering, and for the sweet songs. Especially do we thank Bro. Dodd for his comforting words and Dr. Coleman for his un- . tiring efforts. May God's rich- j^'-est blessings be upon you all. ^ Mr. Geo. Plunk and Family. Mr. Ike Plunk and Family. Mr. Joe Plunk and Family. Mrs. Rosie Armstrong and Family Mrs. Emma Guinn and Family. o LET UNCLE SAM TAKE YOUR CHANCES—HE SELDOM LOSES He is taking chances loaning $9.57 on middling 15-16 cotton, more for better staple, if cot- ton goes down HE loses, if cot- ton goes up YOU win. Why should you take chances? Your cotton is classed by Uncle Sam and must be right. Twenty-four hour service. Bring us your cotton. W. Z. E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 15 September 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, September 15, 1940. College Students Begin Departing For Many Schools Colleges and universities in all parts of Texas and in other states have begun taking a toll of the young people of Mineola with registration season for the 1940-41 school year here. '* Probably the most popular institution for local students is North Texas State Teachers College at Denton which will claim Forrest Covin, Thomas Pegues, Henry Blankenship, Elizabeth Hendrix, Jimmie Ruth Wilson, Dorothy Bruner, An- nette Slaughter, and Billie Francis Speights. Another school rising in pop- ularity locally is Baylor Uni- versity at Waco to which will go Hugh and Harold Glen Pen- nal, Mineola students from Hawkins. John David Cowan, Doris O'Connor, and John Mac Kmith. Students at Texas State Col- lege for Women, Denton, will be Josephine Hearn, Marjorie Coleman, Nelwyn English, Nor- ma Dodson, and Louie Pearl Moody. Texas A&M students will be Robert Rodgers, Charles Cole- man, Frank Bal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 September 1940

Go to Church The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS O F MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY Weather Report SUNDAY: Cloudy with m possible showers in th^— part of East Te$|Btr- Eleventh Year—Number 25. Mineola, Texas, Sunday, September 22, 1940. Four Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER MINEOLANS regret the sudden turn for the worse in the con- dition of G. N. York, former mayor, who became ill Friday night with an old heart ail- ment. POSTMASTER D. S. Landford "set 'em up" Friday night to a thirsty bunch of pep squad girls from the IOOF Orphans Home. WE UNDERSTAND five Mineo- lans have been asked to serve on Uncle Sam's local draft board. Their names will not be available for publication, however, until three of the num- ber accept the call. A RECENT editorial in The Monitor advocating a county barn and repair shop for road machinery to be located at the county seat received mention Un all other Wood ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 September 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, September 22,1940. i THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas featered 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. Any erroneous reflection topon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas fi Press Association. W. w. HARDING THE BATTLE OF AMERICA Millions of Americans believe that their surest defense is to srengthen democracy at home; yet they have been giving eyes and ears to the war in Europe with only an occasional glance aver their shoulders at one of the most important national elec-f lions they have ever held. They are doing little to decide the Battle of Bri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 September 1940

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The Yellow Jacket Published weekly in the Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola High School. Volume 18, No. 1. YELLOW JACKET STAFF Enrollment . . . Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas, The Sunday Record, September 22, 1940. Editor-in-Chief E. L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. Sports Wayne Collins Social Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. I Clubs Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene Patrick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Assembly . . . Assembly day in high school has been changed from Tues- day to Wednesday. Mrs. Jen- nings was in charge of the pro- gram this week. John Roberts sang a solo, "Stardust." His encore was "When You Wish Upon a Star." The audience greatly enjoyed both numbers. Mr. Prim made some an- nouncements concerning the game Friday night. Ben Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 22 September 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, September 22,1940. CHtttdtes First Methodist Church KEENER R. ISBELL, Pastoi Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. The pastor will deliver a ser- irtbn on "At the Forks of the Road." v All Leagues will meet p.t 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30, and at this service the pastor will deliver his second message on the "Home Life Series." The theme for this sermon will be "The Causes for Failure Be- fore and After Marriage." Much interest is being manifest in these evening services. Broad Street Church of Christ WILLIS G. JERNIGAN Minister Bible school, 10 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m., "The Work of the Church" (continued), Communion, 11:40 a. m. Young peoples groups meet at 6:45 p. m. Sermon, 7:45 p. m., "Is It Pos- sible for a Christian to Fall from Grace and be Lost?" By suggestion. Ladies Bible study, Monday, 3 p. m. > Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. A series of gospel meeting will begin at the Golden Church of Christ Thursday evening ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 September 1940

Go to Church The several churches of' Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services today. The Sunday Record BE ONE of a Thousand —Attend Church Today! DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS O F MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY Eleventh Year—Number 26. ☆ ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, September 29,1940. & & Four Pages Today Mineolans Urged to Attend Church Today Jackets Win First Game, Defeating While Oak, 33-0 TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER Running Game Shows Power in Three Quarters WHAT WILL you be doing this morning around 9:45? The best %*ray to start the Sabbath off right is to go to Sunday School and Church, and today local churches are askng the people of Mineola to make a special effort to attend church. This Is Rally Day, officially pro- claimed as the -starting point for "Go to Church Month." The church of your choice ex- tends you a cordial invitation to attend. NEWSPAPER headlines every day now are showing more ominous signs of approaching war. Saturday headlines said "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 September 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, September 29,1940. i THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas Batered 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. Any erroneous reflection wpon 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas Press Association. W. W- HARDING TIXAS OMT-Ot Organized County Planning The Importance of organized planning was stressed by speakers at the third annual Texas Government Institute which closed at Nacogdoches September 13. The institute, sponsored by the East Texas Chamber of Commerce at Stephen F. Austin Col- lege and attended by more than 200 county officials, does needed pioneer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 September 1940

1 News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The Yellow Jacket Published weekly in the Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola High School. Volume 18—Number 2. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas, Sunday, September 22, 1940. ft R I Spo k Boc YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief E. L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. Sports Wayne Collins ial — Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- ( man. CIubs___ Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene Patrick checking the roll, of answering the phone and looking for the teacher or student called, and of directing visitors about the building. The following stu- dents serve thus in the office: first period, Otha Dee Rape; second period, Norcene Patrick; third period, Marylea Lindley: fourth period, Florine Morri- son; fifth period, . Imogene Dobbs; sixth period, J. Leslie Shelburne; seventh period, Charm Moseley. Classes Marcia McClendon, i With ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 29 September 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, September 29,1940. Calendar (Coming events of next week) \ SUNDAY— Brotherhood Railroad Train-; men, 2:3ft, Flynt's Hall. Youth Forum, 2, Baptist Church. MONDAY— Couples Club, 8, Mr. and Mrs. Arell Denton. Junior Chamber of Commerce, 8, English Funeral Chapel. TUESDAY— Ladies Day, 3, Mineola Coun- try Club. WEDNESDAY— Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. A. P. Buchanan. THURSDAY— Club Night, 7:30. Mineola Country Club. FRIDAY— Football Game, Mineola vs Grand Saline, Local stadium. Gladewater Host To Local Golfers Local golfers were invited to the Gladewater Country Club Friday afternoon to play the course and supper at the club house that night. Those making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. S. Lang, Clifford Barlow, Leonard Bruner, Mrs. T. A. Collins, Mrs. R. H. Cole- man, Mrs. R. H. Carraway, Mrs. J. W. Rothwell, Misses Margar- etta Carraway and Ora Prit- chett. Mrs. Coleman won two balls rfor low score after drawing her blind boggie handic...

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