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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1926. NUMBER 50. *ii all our years of Baking we have never made a better loaf than BAKER BOY Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal of— Perfection Therefore J. W. MCDOWELL 'COTTON * c * ♦ * ♦ ♦ •5 j t-: * - 01 Mr. McDowell entered tn j The Better Way to Health Mr. J. W. McDowell who' ing program and promises tc lives on ihe V. D.. Waggoner enter the Dallas News contes- place two miles East of Pin- this year and says that the mar Mills has been declared "Cotton who is cotton king of Texas of Wood county for 1925. next year will have to break d l ..ii. v.w , the record made by Mont Adams * i contest inauguarated by the j of raising sixteen bales on fm ^ Mineola Lions Club and busines? ' acres, and indicates that 1 h* dnvml y * j ❖ ! men of Mineola cfferim: r pri" to the farmer producing i gr; ate:4! amount of cotton three acres Quito a number...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR n Mul'ii l U i -ounce this proclamation, the | date tnd time, that every one old and young, may know. — I H C. PUCKETT, Count\ R. H. Carraway, Manager , -(j(]ee VVood County, Texas. Published Every Thursday Entered at Postoffice, Mineo>a f#*as. as second-class mail rnr-^tci PROCLAMATION OF COUNTY JUDGE LOVING CUPS WON AT TY- LER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE At a recent meeting in Quit man of citizens from different parts of Wood County, who are interested in the development, progress and general welfare of our county, it was suggsted tnat as the citizenship of Wood co- unty has been so greatly bVss ed during the year just pa<n with health, good seasons, a bountiful harvest which was marketed with fair returns and a, revival of energy, confidence and good, cheer so much needed for the economic, social and moral uplift of our country, that the entire citizenship should unite in an expression of grati tude to God. And this thought and desire, from expressions and reques...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

hi; mineola monitor Mil For Every Member of the Family to Enjoy TUDOR SEDAN K O. B. Detroit Runabout $260* Touring- - 290 Coupe - - 520 Fordor Sedan 660 All prices f.o.b. Detroit Closed cars in color. Demountable rim* *nd starter extra on opcr. cars. Here is a cosy, five-passenger closed car built to the highest Sedan standards. The whole family will enjoy the Ford Tudor Sedan in all weather. Examine such features as the strong all-steel body, durable finish, large, well-built seats and attractive upholstery. Ask the nearest Authorized Ford Dealer to show you the Tudor Sedan and explain the easy terms on which it may be purchased. Detroit. Mich. " HAINESVILLE NEWS Lanici Satur- Mr. Roy nad Alber were Quitman visitors day. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Anders visited in Mineola last Saturday Mr. Gorden Orson visited at Mt. Pleasant last week. Mr. Henry and Benson An- ders were Quitman visitors Man /""Say. - Mr. Walker Range and Mr. William Patterson of Olive ff-- Branch attended B V. P. U. her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Vol. 3. MineoJa High School No. 19 , EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Blalock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. Lula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Correction For Honor Roll. cjedit by defeating in elos- <_• mes the Canton Independent; \. !);ie hundred Oi more enrolled hst year yon ar due $2. Don't let the deadlin date yass, February 15. Do i now while vou think of it. EAT UNCOOKED FOOD, SAYS THE SCIENTIST Mineola Girls Make Good In College. h-t Through error the following names were either ommitted oi blended with other name--. rh< Y., J. staff and the Mon;fco:- regi'et these errors and lOauL make these corrections. THIRD GRADE Jimmie Harris. FOURTH GRADE. Harriet Wilbur Reed. Betty Bryan Rogers. The following names were ed under the head of sixn sriade when it should have been +he fifth grade: Buchanan, Rosalie Callaway, Jasephine French...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THE MINE OLA MONITOR n illlllimitjiitHlKiir::;:: .r,:li!!aHH!!i?i!niHI!!!!!iniKll!!!?f!!!n!Rni**T!l flH!tB2 | The most satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the ! I THE UNIVERSAL CAR, "g | The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- | ned and so well built that few changes have been | necssary. I! I I11 U I ill iilUlUltiiliiliiii METHODISTS Halter L. Cannan, Pastoi You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy w I now. People took advantage of the fine weather Sunday and went, to Church. A fine crowd w;..; present at the 11 o'clock ser vice. At the conclusion of the service Mrs.C. B. Hart an-1 Mrs J H. Holly united with ih cbaich by transfer of theii = certificates, Mrs. Harts from §f j Lindale ana Mrs. IlD"ey's fr-.ir 11 Crov , Texas The pastor ,\v,d j • All the new models can be seen at our sales rooi | Place your order now for early delivery. | Watt's Motor Co. Mineola, Texas Nourishing Drink Children^p^ | j v.t !« me then in if tie loca'i "th. Th-' '.in i nave § j regul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THIS MINEOLA MONITOR JT % r^«JV NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE M;-- ? To Quickly Stop Bad Coughs 3t IroftSTtstirp'-' ag hew quickly the Ijeaswieough di. 'npeasrs when treated lor a r:xuari:ab'e xew method. U~;. based on thafam- «Bsr~ Xing'sNe- , Disco eryforCoughs: T* r istv take jne teaspoontul and toki. An your t! t o in for 15 or 20 sec- •nftr &=tare swallowing it. The pre* actzsyjimi feas a doubie action. It not soothes and heals irritation, but > teeecs and removes the phlegm *£sf£tKi^estion vt hich are the rr,al cause toughing. So the severest cough mat ifi*3ppears completely. Dr.Eing's New Discovery is for <w%ffig. chest colds, bronchitis, spas- wrffia^cferup.etc. Fine for children, too —as harmful drugs. Very economical, aaifedose is only one teaspoonfuL At aftgaod druggists. Ask for THE STATE OF TEXAS, ('mm ty of Wood. By virtue of an or- der of :>a!e issued out ih Honorable District Court of Wood County, on the 7th Hay oi' January 1926. by the Cler! thereof, in the cas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MOXTTOP CLOSING ur Great Remodeling Sal fik a Spectacular Feature Bargain Event For Friday and ^ Saturday Only, Demonstrating What One Silver Dollar Will Do A A A ONLY TWO DAYS. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—COMt Gingham.-5 yards to 9.4 Sheeting each customer, only We going to give as Iqng as it will last, 5 yards of best 25c Gingham in a complete range of new Spring shades, 5 yards f >i onlv— High quality 9/4 Brown or Bleached full 81 inches wide our regular price 49c plenty to be had. Get it now 3 vds. for only— $1-00 $i-00 12 yards Brown Domestic Brown Domestic—36 inch wide nice quality a real bargain while it lasts and you will be surprise- ed to see it go 12 yards to ihe— Suiting--3 yd 5*/ $1-00 Giving 3 yds. of re- sulting—all 36 in. wi« trie latent shades abso-" colors. 50c n all fast Pillow Tubing Pillow Tubing—Linen finish— |0 inches wide, regular 45c sell- ke it now 3 yards for— JI-00 Boys Knee Pants Eoys Knee Pants SI.95 values, now for onlv— $1-00 3!-oo Percale 7-yd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 February 1926

THE MINT!Of.A MONTTOU Mr. Harry Galbreath former editor of the Terrell Transcript was a business visitor in the city Tuesday. WOMAN'S INTUITION THING OVERRATED? it WANT TO CO-OPER- ATE WITH YOU We want to cooperate with you in all matters of progress and in any under- taking that is for the betterment of the community at large, you will find us willing and ready to help. Years of experience, backed by ample resources, enable us to be of service to vou regardless of what your problems may be. Lot's ail pull together to make 1926 a Jf§3 m riH Mr. and Mrs. W. P. War ren spent Monday and Tuesday in Dallas on business for War- ren's Variety Store. We have a Farmall Tractor and will demonstrate at the Landers farm 2 miles North of Mineola. W. D. Kitchens «k Sons. Mrs. Geo. Van returned te Dallas Tuesday for treatment. She was accompi nied by Mis Minnie McKeithan. re-v tl i: UI !>• pro! '1)01' Mineola, Tex-; i\ in Chappcll DuBose a student at S. M. U., Dallas is spending a few days with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

W' 1 r m-" A : M I I ■ I W- i ' W The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY FEL A 7>V I, 1926. NUMBER 51. *n ah our yeavj of Baking we have never made . Letter loaf than Ziegler Announces ror joe Strother. Pianist, Countv Ta>. -ssessoi Broadcast Program Fn, The ir < :4 5^1 i\ & I-** LJf § \ §^-- § ' Nor is it the work of chance, but a quality ideal oi— !er as of Ta ■ liu l^v , prima Mr. Monitor is anthorn tee J. B. (Brya i) a c-.; •;!' J. «te for Asse. sor of Woo >uoject to til8 den-j y July 24th. Ziegler was born i VVood county, ?d Perfection Therefore Should You Specify! Station WFAA, The Dalla: ; Siei ! News and. Dallas Journal, ar<- d.t'ic-, i nounces that on Friday,. Febru- ; Cr ! nry 12th, 4:30 to 5 p. m., Joj ; .rati i Strother formerly of MineoV • ' will broadcast from, that statior ! anf a program consisting of piano j about 1 selections. Mr. Strother is o | three miles East o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

*TOVTT:U{ MiNtOLA MONITOR Published Every Thursday I mm- . 1 R. H. Carraway, Manager . Entered at Postoffice. Mineola Texas, as second-class mail matter. one iiutres led will please :::>uncc this proclamation, the date tnd time, that every one old and young, may know. H. C. PUCKETT, County Judge, Wood County. Texas. EXPERIMENT STATION INSTITUTES MARKET- ING RESEARCH ilr. Georsre L. Crawford as- PROCLAMATION OF turned his new duties on Fel)- rm tatty lrnrF , uar-y 1 as Marketing Reseaich COlINTi JI L . ^ Specialist in the Division of Farm and Ranch Economics, At a recent meeting in Quit man of citizens from different parts of Wood County, who are interested in the development, progress and general welfare ot our county, it was suggsted that as the citizenship of Wood co- unty has been so greatly bless ed during the year just past with health, good seasons, a bountiful harvest which was marketed with fair returns and a revival of energy, confidence and good, cheer so much needed fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR 3 handy packs NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE } tests Have Been Made Sources of Revenue HATCHING EGGS FOR SALE rst H THE STATE OF TEXAS, Conn j ty of Wood. By virtue (if an or- i der of sale issued out of th; i Honorable District Court of Wood County, on the 7th day of Jaun?,ry 1926, by the Clerk ihereof, in tte case of The First ! National Bank of Mheola. Tex- as. versus Mrs. Bessie J. Gaston and to me, as Sheriff, j irecto : an.: de'Iw red, 1 will proceed t< sell IV: within the hour- preset* ,v.d for Sheriff's Sales on the First Tuesday in March | A. D. ir26 it being the i-'d -:.iy of said onih. before t\e f ourt | House <t< or of said Wo : I <o..:t ( ty, in th< town of Qiriinan, i.hr j lollowi described property i to-wit: 48-2/10 acres of land oi;t ! of the J. B. Tucker survey in I Wood County, Texas, in ihree ! tracts described <°s follows to- |Wit: 1st Tract. Beginning on S. i B. L. of said Tucker survey at j S. E. corner of G. L. Vance | tract. Then...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR wV, KU j Vol 3. Mineola High School No. 20 EDITORIAL STAFF Ed in chief—Sidney Man sell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Bialock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams Song: by Society. Reading—Elizabeth Calloway Vocal Sol©—Evelyn Mosley. Declamation—Harry Jones. Piano Solo— Noble Collins Debate—Contestants for Co- j unty Meet. article recording the grades of t object for debate is Marian Mi-Reynolds ahi Eunice t ^"e Child Labor j Iv1/. and Mrs. Gal1 iwav Gii- ! h cu are visiting M*a Calht uns | mother, Mrs. Calioway this ! week. REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. JLula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Valentine Day. -kers, both of whom are i;:ak mfc' high grades in their fresh i.itn year at Simmons Ui.iversi tv and Baylor College respective 1/ Hi is week we have received a report of the work done by Helen Jones at $. M. U. the first semester. Her grades are as follows: Geology B. Educa- tion A, Spanish A. physical Education A, F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR TO: v" i:. a:::!;!!i;(tmi!;;f!!m!RKlU i!imHI!IHinHI!!lininRllRn;nmmBil The roost satisfactory all-purpose car ever made is the j THE UNIVERSAL CAGU g sc § The original chasis of the Ford was so well plan- j ned and so well built that few changes have been 1 necssary. j You will eventually drive a Ford—why not buy How. All the new models can be seen at our sales room J! Place your order now for early delivery. Watt's Motor Co. Mineola, Texas . & POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column ; are made subject to the actior >f the Democratic primary elec on July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement l'e- for district offices, .15; for co unty offices, $10; for preci to. offices, $5. Payable upon re- ceipt of order. We are authorized to announce- For District Attorney, 7th Judi- cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mir eola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer CHURCHES Central Christian Church j ^ For County Judge: E. A. THARP, of Mineola. For County Superintendent Pu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Vast Army of Industry Tk«tor.v worker* and denlers who jt*rs • Mvelil o H in flu* building and ■** *.->tlng <>f of the leading makes S3 &ttmiiobiI<M m-i'iiute an army by sevni thousands than the W aiSR. cava'rjr and artillery coni- by H«e duke < f Wellington "H-nm? he- defeated the un-at Napoleon ,« %v*at«rfoo. Visible f'tr SO Miles Tfe*- ...oat {>:>werftd electric search Jn the iv< rM. wiMi a rwtn.i! wr «.f more iiciti ,10 miles, i<* in • a ju. on St a < en fsl.md, New Y«>rk It -art of the equipment of c: ** Jss^.-r states Iighth Mii« service. *'*i * c.-.a night the b-icon iiaa been xzrn-... a.<« in Philadelphia. W0SH- H,a 80 I | ,*. Advmnce or Retrograde 'F:. itttit who ••« not aiiniiii; at some- j ■iHblBf. L-iggpr in-' hotter is not pro j in his >fisfaction with what I fee is and hits, n its sinning against I ami ail those dependent, on No man has any right to satis HSKfea it he has not attained to the Vtvvst heights ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MOVTTnp / There was a man in our town Who thought that he was wise fie saved ten cents on his lighting bill And ruined both his eyes. How foolish—when your newspaper .costs more than the light to read it by. Good light for reading costs less than one cent an hour. EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE CO. As faithful as the sun itself County Educational Meet i no- The County School Trustees .in regular session February 7st £•- .passed an < ni-.r . - 'if1 • . ;■ b] 1 c p meeting of ail friends •.. f nl tion, teachers, irustet < ::ed p-it- rons, at Quitman in i1, cfinri- house at 10 o'coek, Februarv 20th. The purpose ot' the rn vt- iny is to disci;.- - r-.'uLatiO'. J natters that ericd. the futiuv of our schools. Son: > new i'cIv1 pastel b\' in> J;.st i-e ;s- Jalme that i' cuss- ed to the e-i.l thai; they in /'.• >i p'.v, in op i.' io.• sail.- fac'or\ trustee • ;•. •• lav.. ih> |o*idatio>" : i v. et\ . a\> not ierly undo stout' ;-ud i}i- • - connot oe satisfact...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 February 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Roger? \ Mr. and Mrs. F C. Renuea; went to Dallas last week to hea McCormack sing. \r. and Mr ; Monday it in Palest F r.. R."meaii or 'i i.vo we-Its Mrs. G. E. Revelle and Mrs R W. Bailey spent the day las F' iiiav in Drllas. Edison Mazda ligl 7.es, none better, arieiv Store. a t w aiity at larg< and ready to help. ate with you in all and in any under- betterment of the you will find us globe Wan eiitei'tune 12 on in f 'im still doing practice: nursing and can be found at th- Puckett Hotei at Quitman, Te> as. Mrs. L. M. Monroe. 2tp "■I. and Mrs. Clyde Burn: oi Commerce visited her parent M:\ and Mrs. F. P. Abne> this week-end. DuBose & Cage WIN32S GLASS All Sizes Put in on hort Notice ight. Air W Die -jrc f r experience, backed by ample liable us to be of service to rib nrooiems f_'o a s veai. Mineola. Texas VJ 'r in" 1 the best c;-n ;i bulk and in pace-a select Confectionery. Let us save vow money u i-iir Spring Hat. Farmers Sup v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

The Mineola Monitor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 53. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, IFELRUAKY 18, 1926. NUMBER 52. ■' w !!W., r*<r. '■'nc&emam " * r. JEl'A'WMJ JJMgy n all our years of Baking we lave never made a better loaf ban BAKfci.Fi bU t s k the work of chance, >ut a quality ideal of— Perfection Therefore Should You Specify! not Cost ♦ & ! < Mineola Band To Play At High School Monday Nigh I The Mineola Lion^ Municipal Band will appear on the pr vrram at the High School Audi; >rium I Monday night, rV 22. Tlie occasion will be a pro gram by th \ Central Ward School commemorating the birth of the Father of Our C;novry George Washington We as citizens of Mine oh. are proud of our band. Since the band was organized less than three months ago, it has already appeared on three programs— before the Lions Cl'ib, out at New Hope and then at the county basket ball tournament at Golden a few wee.Vs The program next Monday night be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

t*T «- > i r \ « 4 5 i f. r!I • t *-t! •T? ■■—urn "i ' m.. „s:.sr . ^" V< i ninlLtai^li BIG REDUCTION IN CLOSED CAR PRICES Effective February 11th TUDOR COUPE . FORDOR New Prices $520 500 565 Old Price# $580 520 660 Reduction $60 20 95 Demand for Ford Closed Cars Since the Improved Types in Been Constantly Increasing. Colors Were Introduced Has Been Constantly Increasing. With Greater Output of These Types Production Costs Have Been Lessened and It Is the Policy of the Company to Give its Cus- tomers the Benefits of all Such Reductions. NEW OPEN CAR PRICES Touring Car . $310 Runabout Starter arid Demountable Rims $85.00 Extra Tractor, Car and Truck Chassis Prices Reroam Unchanged All Prices f. o. b. Detroit $290 ioi guests Sunday Mr. Wv Owens nad family of Lindak and Mi*, and Mrs. V. B. Sliav Mrs. L. C. Wheeier sp- n't Saturday night with Mrs. L. I. Deaa Mrs. Mfcttie Str > d ticiii Sunday afternoon wi!h Mrs. Geo. Garland. Mrs. Sam Haley sp- ni: the- week end at her home in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

THE MMNTEOLA MQNITOB iraF I1 Jol A little later on, women went into another extreme, called Trail Skirts, that is their tires:; es were so long that there would be a yard of their skirts trailing along behind them, and their sleeves contained enough cloth that one sleeve would u\ at ins md on " en Pi reac: kind woi e 1< a © £8 NEW HANDY PACK Fits hand pocket and purse More for your money and the best Peppermint Chewing Sweet for a ny money Look for Wrigley's P. K. Handy Pack on your Dealer's Counter gt THIS IS A GREAT BIG FUNNY WORLD Not long ago, we heard a Minister, and agood man, God bless him, get off on a tirade about the present day styles of Bobbed Hair, Short Dress Skirts, and Paint and Powdered faces, and that set us to think ing, and the more we studied the question, the more we be came disgusted, with the .habit that our present day Preachers have fallen into, about censuring and criticizing styles and fash ions. Our Bible teaches us that it is "the Sin of unbelief, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 February 1926

TJH: MINEOLA MONITOR Vol. 3. Mineola High School No. 21 EDITORIAL STAFF /' in chief—Sidney Mansell. Assistant ed in chief—Abilene Huff. Social Editor—Pauline Bialock. Athletic Editor—Clyde Williams REPORTERS Margaret Bogan. i_,ula B. Kinkston. Margaret Kine. Ruby Mae Wilcox. Tessie Wade. Fire Prevention. As a result of Fire Prevention being taught in the Mineola Schools, a reduction in key rate is granted by the State Fire Insurance Commission of which Mr. J. J. Timmons is ! ious, and trying condition. Not ! only were the records of the former High School students lost, but also the records of 1923-1924. A piano and several typewriter were lost, also. After all these handicaps, the next problem that arose was the appropriation of money for a new building. The authorities or trustees of the school conceiv ed the idea of raising the school tax for this need. The people, realizing the condition of the school, cheerfully voted a high er tax. The laborers worked both day and night with a...

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