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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 October 1940

Go to Church "^"The several churches of Mineola urge your at- tendance at any or all their services todav. The Sunday Record DEDICATED TO THE PROGRESS OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY REMEMBER to go to church every Sunday this month. A welcome awaits you. Eleventh Year—Number 27. iV ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, October 6, 1940. Four Pages To3&y TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER A WINNSBORO high school stu- dent this week refused to salute the American flag in a special F.F.A. program. The superin- tendent tried to explain the true meaning of pledging alle- giance to the flag, but the youth withdrew from school. ADD FAMOUS QUOTES: "I had rather it be said of me that I was a Christian than anything else in the world."—B. A. Copass, speaker at Fifth Sunday Bible Class meeting. RED SILK shirts and bananads have been "the rage" at Quit- man this week. The idea is to advertise the rodeo and county fair coming up next week. State Senator-Elect T. C. Cha- dick was complete even to the sack of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 October 1940

"Pas-e Two The Sunday Record, October 6,1940. 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. title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Reoord on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection fcpon 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 v. upon being brought to the attention of the publishers. MEMBER: Texas Press Association: North and East Texas Press Association. W. W. HARDING LOANS TO CHINA Loans to China by the American Export-Import Bank are by no means sentimental, disguised gifts designed to aid the Chinese people in their struggle against aggressor Japan. Such loans are sound business transactions, in which China is a responsible debt- or meeting obligations as they mature. The United States likewise has profited in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 October 1940

KtTrs Events and Activities ®f 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 3. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas, Sunday, October 6, 1940. YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... E. L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- Charles Holbrook and Paul Babb banging out a number on the piano. ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladel!^ boys g0t °Ut °f Russell. 6 history. No date on Saturday night. Having a note intercepted by a teacher in study hall. ' Sports Wayne Collins Social Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Mosefey, Elaine Cole- man. ;iubs__ Jean Rule, Mary Gay I Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene " Patrick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists _ Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith. Elsie Hughes. Assembly Program. Miss Sego had charge of the assembly program this week, and a most hilarious one it proved to be. Gathered around the campfire in Hoboville were some 15 or 16 high sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 6 October 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, October 6,1940. Cluttchts Central Christian Church GEORGE CHERRYHOMES Pastor Sunday school. 9:45. An at- tempt will be made to secure an average attendance of one hundred persons to our Sun- day school during the month of October. Last Sunday 116 attended Morning worship. 11 o'clock. "Thft Man Behind the Stars," is. ihe sermon subject. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Evening worship, 7:30. o Broad Street Church of Christ WILLIS G. JERNIGAN Minister Bible school, 10 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m„ "Prayer." Communion, 11:40 a. m. Young peoples class. 6:45 p.m. Sermon, 7:30. "Unity in Christ." Ladies Bible study Monday, 3:00 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. We are still on the upward irend in interest and attend- ance. Our friends are urged to meet with us at the several hours of worship. "A Welcome Awaits You." They're Yamboree Princesses Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McNaugh announce the birth of a daugh- ter, born the first part of the week in Odes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 October 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 REMEMBER to go to church every Sunday this month. A welcome awaits you. Eleventh Year—Number 28. ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, October 13, 1940. ☆ ☆ Four Pages Tot&y Military Registration Here on Wednesday TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER THE SELECT Theater gave members of the Yellow Jacket football team complimentary tickets to the showing of "Knute Rockne All American," football picture which honors the late Notre Dame coach, one of the greatest in the history of the game. THAT MINEOLA High School Band has been holding out! The band showed quite con- clusively that it "had some- thing" when it paraded in new uniforms Friday night. Coach Copass says the school will probably have a new band teacher the first of the week. - FANCY STEPPERS! That's about the best description in so many words we can think of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 October 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, October 13,1948. i 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. title of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Any erroneous reflection ispon 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 Reflections From The Farmstead THE PRICELESS INGREDIENT By W. O. FINCH | The high price of calves is j robbing the future of dairy J cows and if it keeps up as long , as it looks like its bound to, [ dairy cows will reach a new j high in demand and price be- ' lore very long. Grade Jersey cows are seldom bred now to Jersey bulls in some localities. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 October 1940

News Events and Activities <^f Mineola High School Written by student editor- ial staff. The Y e I low J acket Published weekly in the Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola High School. Volume 18—Number 4. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas, October 13, 1940. YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief E. L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. 8ports Wayne Collins 8ocial Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- 1 man. lbs... Jean Rule, Mary Gay gster, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene 'atrick isses Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. In Assembly. The assembly program Tues- day was in charge of Biss Biz- zell. The first number was a reading, "A Philadelphia Moth- er Visits School," by Dorothy Jean BlaJack; The Second num- ?r counted of two piano solos. "I'll Never Smile Again" and "Call of the Canyon," by Anna Louise Shirey. Both numbers were greatly enjoyed by the audience. Principal W. H. Prim intro- du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 13 October 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, October 13,1940. Miss Grace Ford and F. M. Ray jr. Marry Entertains Bridge Club Thursday Mrs. Harvey Jones entertain- ed her Thursday Bridge Club at hei; home Thursday after- noon. ^ Members present were Mrs. Norman Fulcher, Mrs. Billie Bray, Mrs. Paul Snow, Mrs. David Kitchens. Mrs. J. K. Welch, Mrs. Royce Waters, and Mrs. Adolphus White. High score award for the afternoon was won by Mrs. Bray and the galloping prize was won by Mrs. Waters. Delicious refreshments were served. JACKET (Continued from Page 3) Jfcinelle Hape. They collect #hina dogs and play tennis. Billie Jean Marsh is a pretty brown-eyed blonde junior who dbesnt talk much but has a sweet smile. Three from one family come to us as juniors this year. They are Neal, Lillian and Mary Lena Skinner, all friendly, and we hope they like us. Gene Mallory, junior trans- fer from Hawkins, is a live-wire who gets plenty of fun out of life, and is smart as a whip. The Lindley cousins are with ns, too....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 October 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 REMEMBER to go to church every Sunday this month. A welcome awaits you. Eleventh Year—Number 29. ft ☆ Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, October 20, 1940. ft ft Four Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER J QUITMAN was a busy place jr Wednesday and Thursday, and the county clerk's office was the busiest spot in the capital. Registration figures were being tabulated, district court was in progress, and oil men were filing instruments. BOTH QUITMAN papers and a number of Quitman citizens paid glowing tributes to the Min- eola Fire Department for their splendid work at the Monday night fire which destroyed Chreitzberg's station and store and threatened the southern half of the city. FALSE RUMOR: The five Negro passengers in a car which fail- ed to negotiate the turn from the new to the old pavement on Highway 80 s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 October 1940

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 October 1940

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- ial staff. The YellowJacket Published weekly in the Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola High School. Volume 18—Number 5. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. yellow jacket staff Editor-in-Chief .... E. L. Hendrix General News .._ Mary lea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. Sunday, October 20, 1940. Sports Wayne Collins Social — Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs ._ Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene Patrick Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Tc Meet Wills Point. The Jackets will meet the strong Wills Point eleven Fri- day night, Oct. 25, in what should be a hard fought game. The Wills Point Tigers have a wide-awake, heads-up ball club. The Tigers have a fast ball club built around Cabiness, a shifty back, and Wilburn, a hard-running back who is also a good punter. In the line Captain Teel is outsta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 20 October 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, October 20,1940. FOOTBALL (Continued rrom Page One) At the other tackle, J. O. Phil- lips demonstrated that he is recovered from his recent in- jury, matching speed for speed in dogging the heels of the Lion's fleet back. Guards J. K. and Homer Smith played nearly the entire route and did a sjftendid job. Long Runs. It was one of the most thrilling games in which the Jackets have played this year, but without Kaufman's Hall it would have no doubt been a drab affair. The fast-starting Lion back took the opening kick-off and returned nearly fifty yards to the Mineola 35. He went around and for 15, but the next series of plays bogged down when Etodson stopped Hall on an end sweep on the 18. Hughes got two and Copass kicked to the Kaufman 30. Graham got six at the line, and again Hall swept wide around end, worked his cut nicely and got down to the 10 before Dodson took his from behind. His momentum car- ried him on to the 5. Dodson made a leaping tackle and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 October 1940

Go to Church *rhe 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 REMEMBER to go to church every Sunday this month. A welcome awaits you. Eleventh Year—Number 30. ft ft Mineola, Wood County, Texas, Sunday, October 27, 1940. ft ft Four Pages Today TOWN TALK BY SPEC TATER MINEOLA Fire Depart- ment this week received a cash gift of $50 from citizens in Quitman who were appreciative of the service the boys gave in controlling the fire which burned the Chreitzberg filling station and store and threat- ened a number of homes and stores. THERE'S SOME speculation about the outcome of the gen- eral election in Texas, or, that is, the percentage vote the Democrats won't carry. In 1936 Roosevelt received 734,485 popu- lar votes to Landon's 103,874. ATTENDANCE at the State Fair in Dallas totaled 1,116,447. This was a record. WOOD COUNTY has seen more excitement in the last two weeks sin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 October 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, October 27, 1940. Serial Numbers of Mineola Draft Registrant All Wood County regis- ( trants under the Selective Service System who get their mail through the Mineola postoffice are list- ed on this page with the serial numbers given by the Wood County Selec- tive Service Board. Registration cards were thoroughly shuffled and the numbers affixed in numerical order as the cards were drawn by the board. These numbers are keys by which men call- ed in the national draw- ing will be identified. The first drawing will be held in Washington Tuesday, Oct. 29. Next week questionnaires will be mailed out and draf- tees will be classified. Men will then be called for service according to their classification. G. D. jMinick, county advisory chairman, said this week that few Texas men, if any, would be called on the first draft. The state's quota on the first call is expected to be made up by volunteers. Registrants who get their mail through the Mineola postoffice a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 October 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—Number 6. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Sunday, October 27, 1940. YELLOW JACKET STAFF 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. Clubs.— Jean Rule, Mary Gay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene Patrick f -Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, i Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Popular Sophomore Injured. I We deeply regret the serious i shoulder injury sustained by Bud Babb in the Mineola-Lin- dale. junior game Thursday af- ternoon. Bud is a prime fav- orite with students and faculty. He will be greatly missed from school every day that he is absent. We only hope that the injury will prove less serious than it is feared to be. tivities ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 27 October 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, October 27, 1940. Ward School P-TA Plans Carnival The Ward School P-TA met Wednesday afternoon in the school auditorium with Mrs. Max Aldridge leader. Mrs. D. D. Starnes, guest speaker, spoke on '"It's a Small World." A piano solo was ren- dered by Mary Joe Lindley. Plans for the annual hal- loween carnival were discussed. The carnival will be held Oct. 31 from 7 till 9 p. m. The pub- lic is invited to attend. Mrs. M. F. Usry was chosen as delegate to the annual con- vention of Texas Congress of P-TA's to be held in Dallas from Noverber 6 through Nov- ember 8. Mrs. Floyd's room won the count prize for having the most parents present. o Entertains Monday Night Bridge Club Mrs. Allen Roberts entertain- ed her Monday n:;ght bridge club at her home Monday night. Members and guests present were Miss Nanalee Pendleton, Mrs. W. W. Harding, Mrs. Omar Aaron, Mrs. Juanita Aaron, Mrs. Arell Denton, Mrs. Adrian Rogers, and Mrs. J. B. Cowart. High score for the eveni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 3 November 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 TODAY: Fair and slightly warmer thru- out East Texas. Eleventh Year—Number 31. ☆ ☆ Mineola, Wood County, November 3, 1940. ft ft Four Pages Today Main Line MUSINGS By STACK RATTLER Due to the thick fog which cut visibility down to about six car lengths of distance, the brave engineers have been hav- ing some difficulties the last few mornings. It is quite a job to keep the motive power between the fences and not hit a tree these mornings. It really does give me a queer sensation to operate an engine at high speed in fog as thick as pea soup when the view ahead is blotted out. Block signals loom up suddenly out of nowhere and flash by be- Two Hard-Luck Pilots Barely Miss Death Here Break R, E. A. Power Line On Take-off Two youthful fliers from Dur- ant, Okla., barely missed a fatal crack-up near here lat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 3 November 1940

Page Two The Sunday Record, November 3, 1940. THE SUNDAY RECORD Published Every Sunday in Mineola, Wood County, Texas fcrtered at the postoflfice at Mineola as second-class mail matter under Act of Congress, March 3, 1879. Iltle of paper changed from Wood County Record to The Sunday Record on Sunday, November 26, 1939. Ally 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. MEMBER: Texas Press Association; North and East Texas I Press Association. W. W. HARDING ELECTION SCOREBOARD REPORT NO. TIME When you sit down beside your radio Tuesday night to listen to early reports on the Presidential election use this election scoreboard to keep tab on the race. You can judge how each «tate wiil go by the number of precincts reporting, and the winner in each state gets all its electorial votes. The candidate with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 3 November 1940

News Events and Activities of Mineola High School written by student editor- i lal staff. The YellowJacket Published weekly in th« Sunday Record in the In- terest of Mineola High School. Volume 18—Number 7. Mineola High School, Mineola, Texas. Sunday, November 3, 1940. YELLOW JACKET STAFF Editor-in-Chief E L. Hendrix General News Marylea Lind- ley, Otha Dee Rape, Ladell Russell. preside as Queen and Princesses of Armistice at the royal court \ ceremony of Saturday evening, November 9. Sports Wayne Collins Social _ Anna Louise Shirey, Charm Moseley, Elaine Cole- man. Clubs.... Jean Rule, Mary Oay Lester, Ray Hartsfield, Norcene _ Patrick W* 'Classes Marcia McClendon, Jean Brown. Typists Florene Morrison, Glenn Smith, Elsie Hughes. Duchess to Attend Festival. Elaine Coleman, popular sen- ior of MHS, will represent Min- eola at the annual Harvest Fes- tival to be held at the College of Marshall early in November. The visiting duchesses will be entertained with a round of social affairs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Record — 3 November 1940

Page Four The Sunday Record, November 3, 1940. Otho McKaig Attends Chevrolet Meeting In Dallas The largest Chevrolet deal- er meeting in the history of the Southwest was held at the ■JkJier Hotel, Dallas, Oct. 30. Over 550 dealers from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Louisiana, and Mississippi at- tended this meeting. Otho Mc- Kaig, of the Otho Motor Co. represented Mineola at the meeting.. This meeting was in cele- bration of the seventh birth- day of the present M. E. Coyle and W. E. Holler administra- tion and was one of their scheduled nation-wide meetings to be held in all regional head- quarter cities throughout the country. Seven years ago Mr. M. E. Coyle assumed control of the Chevrolet Motor Divi- sion as president and general manager, and Wm. E. Holler was appointed general sales manager at the same time. Under the leadership of Mr. Coyle and Mr. Holler in these seven years Chevrolet dealers have sold retail over seven mil- lion new Chevrolet cars and trucks and more...

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