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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Bathing Suits For Men, Women and Children Bathing Caps and Belts, Thermos Bottles, Cots and Camp Furniture Let us prepare you for your vacation WHITTEN HARDWARE COMPANY "THINGS TO DO WITH" POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements in this column are made subject to the action of the Democratic primary elec tion July 24th, 1926. Rates: Announcement fee for district offices, . . 15; for co unty offices, $10; for precinct offices, $5. Payable upon re- ceipt of order. We are authorized to announce: For Representative: R. M. SMITH. For District Attorney. 7t Jadi cial District: WALTER G. RUSSELL, of Mineola. G. L. FLORENCE, of Gilmer D. R. PENDLETON, of Tyler. For County Judge: E. A. THARP, of Mineola. H. V. PUCKETT. FOR SHERIFF: H. C. DOUGLAS. For County Superintendent Public Instruction: 0. L. DAVIS, of Golden. T. 0. CRADDOCK. D. E. WHITE. For Tax Assessor: J. B. (Bryan) ZIEGLER. S. C. WHITTER. C. L. (Chas.) WOOD. FRANK NEYLAND. For Tax Collector: ERNEST J. McCRARY. Re- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

0 THE MINEOLA MoN An Exceptional Springtime Event at FLY NT'S, Mineola, I exas 100 Samp?e Ran3 Karrs of Gennire Tenth or—No Two Alike—Regular $600. $7,50 and $9.00 Values. Your Choice $3.95—While They Last. Every desirable style, interpreted in beautiful leath- ers is represented in this sample assortment--bags that are certain to excite comment at even higher prices. Smart swagger shapes, Under Arms and Pouches in the new spring colore—tan, red, green, blue, etc. Every bag fully guaranteed and ^ith cofnplete fittings, spacious pockets and adjustable or regulation handles. Only 100 at this special price.. Regular $6.00, $7.50 and $9.00 Values While They Last. One We k OnJy. 35ESK3Sr->--: -Mineola School Board Elects Teachers w. P. CANNON The following teachers have been elected to the 192G1927 'term of the Mineola High and Grammar Schools. High School C. E. Nesbitt, Supt. A. W. Adams, Principal. Mrs. C. A. Reich, Domestic Science. Mrs. Fred Steed, English. Mrs. L. C. Jennings, Sp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

THE MLN > 11 on i iVi'1' jn _ ■nwm 4. : MOREHOUSE GIVES PLAN TO PROTECT i PEOPLE FROM WiLB-GAT PROMOTERS Flood transfusion f! J American Bankers Association Official Who Has Exposed ? i ♦ ♦ Up Set of Rules to Foil Crooks. Mrs. Hendrix, Miss LoUi known to ancientJ3 and Miss Louise Kine mot ore.; tc ! Winnsboi'o last Sun da: Fraudulent Schemes for Robbing Savers Draws ♦ i i! li ♦ ■ By W. R. MOREHOUSE, Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association. 1 OUR LUMBER STANDS THE TEST Let us furnish the Lumber for building or re- modeling your home, or any building that calls for high grade lumber. We carry a full line of— Lumber, Shingles, Moulding, Beaver Board Screen Doors, Screen Wire, Doors and Windows. We carry in stock everything required to meet your building needs. * 1 BRAZELTON LUMBER CUMPANY Mineola, Texas ARTICLE NO. IV THE solution to the great problem of protecting savings depositors from losing their money in fraudulent schemes is largely in the hands of our banke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR M -«# if ■ li MID-SUMMER SALE / ' OUR USUAL SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE will start a little earlier this year than usual, giving you the opportunity of purchasing your Summer goods in time to get the benefit of your buy during the Summer season. Our business has been up to former seasons but we expected it to be larger, and we find our stocks larger than we care to have them at this time of the year. Especially is this true of Men's Clothing, and we wish to call your special attention to the GREAT RE- DUCTIONS made in Men's Clothing. However, during this Sale we will make Remark- able CUT PRICES in every department of our store. MEN'S CLOTHING We wish to call special attention to our Cut Prices in Men's Clothing. They are tailored by the best Manufacturers in the United States. Hart Schaffner & Marx, Spero Michael, and Silver Leaf We have classed these Suits in Separate lots at the folowing prices: $35.00 Values now 32.50 Values now. 27.50 Values now. 25.00 Values ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR First 24 Hours of Life Baby's Hardest Time mortal W tc Marie K. Johnson By MARIE K. JOHNSON ndernourishment is ©ne of the common of the causes of infant lty, accord- to a survey recently underta- I ken in Chicago. Statistics show ftiat of 4,522 ha- tiles under one year of age that died in 12 months, died is the 24 hours. Eight hundred f n d seventy-six |Ued In the first tlx days, exclu- sive of the flrst_ hoHrs", an<T 1,798 died from the " venth day to the sixth month. Eight and sixty died in the last six athg of the year. The survey indi- cated that a surprisingly large num- ber of Infants are artiflcally fed, .Which condition, doctors agree, had a marked bearing on their undernour- ished conditions. Naturally, no one food may ift-ove satisfactory in every ease, although the survey showed that evaporated milk in many cases had jPfroved an excellent substitute for mother's milk. This may be explained by reason of the fact that evaporated lk is simply pure, con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 June 1926

17" % t fv< f •v*4 THE MINE0LA MONITOR CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE- One of this banks' unfailing policies is strict confidence in any matter entrusted to us. Feel free to come in and talk over your business affairs with the officers of this bank. Re- member, we are here to serve the people of this community to the best of our knowledge and ability. Confidential Service is a fixed part of the ser- vice extended by this bank, no matter how slight the transaction. Mineola, Texas LOCAL ^ >PENXNG$ See our Men's and Boy's caps CE. D. Scott. £r00d Brooms, your choice, i55c. Rape's Grocery. HOME FOR SALE — Hubert Thomas. Y >u c?;n buy a hat at your price at Brooks' Millinery aad iift Shop. Mrs. Frankie McCormick spent last Wednesday in Tyler. , .We frame pictures DuBose & *>ae. Atlas Water Pumps for '26 Fords. Bruner Bros. Miss Lula Head is visiting •her cousin, Mrs. Henry Sims. Clearance sale of all summer hats at less than cost. Brooks' Millinery and Gift Shop. Floience Automatic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

FW as h C - PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEGLA AND WOOD < 01 NT VOLT ME 5 . !i"- >1 A. WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY f'ErTEa'JXRSisi > xvc „«.v :ln - ■■} ■ r* V , ,5- 1 :J0; J. JiCi 55 1 J if )*j3t I00G ir* Ft 11 av risen Acio.vesses vlinec 'id Aiidier 5HC6 tit dm 0i it V lO\\> i V "l'i 1:0V. i.'- ' Lvn«h i eri ecu on siernoo' l M 2' i and iddrc not Cost •efore t*t Tneai nearly a hour hiit his appointmen die immense crowd vot ity a* T*if ;. Davidson late in reach t of Ui.,1 people . v.'h:ch is disgusting and dis- graceful . It is now general! y conceded here that Mr. David son will carry Mircola by I; rgj <v.ne a number wer h.re from nearby towns to ... : ■ 3;"i . Davie son, Alba. Golden, Quit *nm, Hawkins, Winnsboro and -other points being represented. f rem Winnsboro we noticed the i : wintr- J. S. Turner, . 11 y J VY. Turner, J. W. i'; d . f.rn p. Neko, ty il .7. H. Barrett 0. Mar- JUNE 24. 1926. •j.-isbb:' - 1 raveling Man*s NUMBER IS. Car W recked Friday Night B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

V!! K MIN LULA MO-NlTOii, The Mrneola Monitor Published Ever-v Thursda*, FROM PALETTE TO MORTAR BOARD American youth R. H. Carrawav, Manager Entered at Po^toffice. Minor.!- T*xas. as seconfl-elass mail mattet GOLDEN GLEANINGS Yesterday ended last night - we know what today is, lets not waste precious energy in hanix ing on to yesterday but be up with courasre for tomoirow. ^ Mrs. Mollie Brannon was able * to come home Thursday from Greenville Sanitarium. We are told she is improving. Wiley Alexander, wife and little son were Jacksonville visit ors last Thursday. Ike Ezell and family visited •Ben Collier and family at Pntch i-U Sunday. William Pope and wire ot Am a;illo ara visiting Mrs. Popes mother, Mrs William Clark and o her relates here. Wilson Cathie and Mrc. /el ma Cathey of Dallas end visitors with home folks. Tom Bellamy and Joe Adian were Ft. Worth visitors Thurs da. , .£. , . Tim Scoff"ins ana wife nave gone to Hot" Springs, Ark., for and Ruby Thomas last Sunday. their hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR ■ BL* i t SPEND THE Glorious With Relatives or Friends EXCURSION RATES to all points wfio in TEXAS an LOUISIANA Fare and 1-10 for Round Trip Tickets on Sale July 2,3,4: Return Limit July 6th For Full Particulars ASK ANY T. & P. AGENT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION Announcements in this column Senate Joint Resolution No. 7 are made subject to the action Proposing an amendment to of the Democratic primary elec; ^e Constitution of the State of ,. T , i i lexas bv amending Section Hon July 24th, 1926. j 8nd Sect'ior 40 of Arrkle 16 ,)f Rates: Announcement fee! th\- Om^tuliori of T>:-c -.s ;o . for district offices, . .15; for co I to perrmi officer-; of t'ie Nation unty offices, $10: for precinct: a I Guard, the Nn^.rnu Guard offices, $5. Payable upon re- ! Reserve, and the Offers Re ceipt of order. i serve Corps of the United I States, and enlisted men of the ' National Guard, the National Guard Reserve, and the Orga- nized Res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOB Growers Celebration July 3, 4, and 5th To the Cotton Growers of Wood County: I have been authorized to in vite you to meet witii the Woo J Caunty Cotton Grow- is '.Tin As- sociation which wac organized Saturday, June li th, 1; 26, at Mineola, and we give this special invitation it' you are interested in the ginning of your cotton, and if you want to be loyal to your brotherhood at large. Come at 2 p. m., at the Compress shed, June 27th. Rev. W. R. Phillips, Chm., J. V. Amos, CecTreas Literary Meeting Postponed On account of the rain last Friday night the Literary Soci- ety at Redland postponed their program until tomorrow (Fri- day) night. Everybody invited) At Breezy Hill Tourist Park, Mineola, Texas, Texas Bud's Rodeo and wild west shows— wild horse riding and steer bull- doggnig, band concerts, ($100 cash prize to the best band, fee 10c/c of purse. Charleston Con test, $25 cash prize. Entrance fee 10/r of purse.) Ferris wheel merry-go-around, merry-mix-up, min...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR W*: THE SELECT THEATRE PROGRAM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEE Tom Mix in "THE BEST BAD MAN" Comedy—' Women of Letter" 10 25< SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY "THE LAST EDITION" with Ralph Lewis and An All Star Cast Cornedv—"Bachelor's Babies 1025c 0 i * • 9 i ♦ ! ♦ i <i> I 4 I ♦ I * J * O i ♦ ♦ ♦ ❖ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ i ♦ | :s ♦: t i ALASKA HOTEL OWNED BY'MOTHER OF NORTH' BIRTH REPORT OF WOOD COUNTY RAIL WORKER S LEGS CRl County Wide Got Her Start Cooking for Goid Seekers. SPECIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY ''CHARLIE'S AUNT" with Sidney Chaplin Also Good Comedy 10-25c WEDNESDAY, ONE DAY ONLY "COMPROMISE" with Irene Rich. Clive Brook, Louise Fazenda, Pauline Garon, Comedy—"Punch in the Nose" 10-25c JULYT 1, THURSDAY ONE DAY ONLY "THE DIXIE MERCHANT" with Madge Bellamy An All Star Cast t. Comedy—"Officer of To-Day" 1025c Mrs. Luther' Brandon of Pittsburg spent the week with the family of her uncle, Mr. Luther Padgett. Mrs. J. W. Willingham and children spent the week end with relat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR The BULL'S EYE tdrU'r and General Manager WILL ROGERS myself cT & v*s$>y ^ ' rettes .-*$&&■ ■4, THE BASIC TROUBLE WITH BM A0R10ULTURE Many Mythica.1 Causes Given Eut the Chiet Financial Problem Rises From Inflation of Capital Account Based on War Prices-—Remedy Pointed Out— "Trick Legislation" Will Not Help. Another "Bull ' Durham adver- tisement by Will Rogers. Zieg- ffeld Follies and screen star, and leading American humorist. More coming. Watch for them. Meeting the "Bull" Durham Smoker Face to Face I am just making, as the Politician says, "A swing around the Circle," to see what was going on in "Real America." I had been in NewYork so .long, I was getting a kind of a Sub- way "Slant" on things. I was be- coming as narrow as a Metropolitan Kfw spaperEditorialVV" riter. My eye- sight was geLting so poor I couldn't see beyond the Hudson River, and mv mind wouldn't function farther away than Albany, N. Y. I knew that NewYork was' 'amus- ing the sv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINE OLA MONITOR J ? y ❖ f ❖ SITE OF THE FIRST PHONE MESSAGE 9 -«- •!• ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦!♦ ♦:♦ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦♦♦ v ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ t ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦:♦ f ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ DON'T LET PA DRIVE NO MORE Dedicated to Lynch Davidson by a Lubbock Quartette (Tune: "Ain't Gonna Rain No More") We: let Pa drive our wagon, he drove it awful funny, He zigzagged on the highways, and spilled out all our money. ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ CHORUS Don't, let Pa drive no mot e, no more. Don't let Pit urive no more. We'll ride with Lynch 'cause he's a cinch. Don't let Pa drive no more, Pa drove us down 10 Huntsville, to see a convict gent, It made us feel so lonesome, the rooms were all for rent. (Repeat Chorus) Pa wants more vindication, he thinks our hearts will soften, His plate is going empty, he passed it once too often. (Repeat Chorus) Dan had a, wagon fine and new. but the Standard Oil boys rode it, Colqnitt filled it with home brew and the doer-gone thing exploded. (Repeat Chorus) v ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ <£> t V ? ❖ t ? ❖ f T t t ? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 June 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOT? ii !!: : :■': !! i ,■ <i I1 In m H i in I ! il llllUtuiiii ,p A V p a? $[ ^ I A } < £ .1 ,:,y jy i i i 14 : * \ r u -J and talk ove eers of thif r*. &§ ? ■■ ^ s --v* .ft (,?« Mineola, Texas f flfAj iiPPElWS^ mecECSBC^ Rev. A. A. Duncan of Green ville was a Mineola visitor this week. jV'bs Eu'a Ivq of Conanerce V. '.vd in Mmeoin last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kine are driving a new Buick Sedan. I want to buy a bunch of iT iits, if you have them see me. W. DKitchens. Mr. Flov Fowler is visiting jrei'.t; in Mineola. Bruce Ray has been quite ill for the past few days. Ca:I Hart has returned from a trip through various Texas tiiiu Louisiana cities. Buy your Parts, Labor. Tires and Accessories here on a monthly installment plan v\ atts Motor Companv. Hawk Brand Overalls priced at $1.75. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Rogers spent a few days of last week with friends in Rusk, Texas. 7" Mrs. Grady Stewart of Green Window Glass all sizes pnt vi]]e js visiting her mother, in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

o . V** PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF MINEOLA AND WOOD COUNTY VOLUME 54. MINEOLA, WOOD COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926. NUMBER 18. Baker Boy Bread is Your Best Food Eat More of It Uncle Pat Welsh Candidate for Attorney Celebrates Birthday j Genera! Visits Mineola Perfection Therefore Should You Specify Today is Uncle Pat Welsh'3; birthday, and he is todfjy pass in-g the 79 th mile post in his journey through life, enjoying unusual good health for a man of his years. The day is being quietly celebrated by Uncle Pat whose good wife prepared a birthday dinner in honor of the occasion, a few friends beir.g present to enjoy the repast and to wish Uncle Pat many more such happy occasions. He was born in Alabama 79 years ago. moved to Texas 59 years age and settled in Wood county 52 years ago, he has continually resided in this county the past 52 years. He served three years in the army of the Conferedacy being in Hills division of Lee's [ crmy in Virginia. When he first came to Mineo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITOR Bn ( , uiiU pdll'lUHU its Hit! 1X11 ii he imiieoia Monitor ,rco;t?' he:?es who.™] at Goli;;d ! and the Alamo. At Published Everv Thursday R. H. Carraway, Manager his shrine all must bow, the loftiest as well : as the humblest. Of two things there can be no doubt as to the ! stale of public sentiment in Tex ~ i,s at this time. One is opposi Entered at Postoffice. Mineola |_;on 8nv modification of State C«sas, as second-class mail matter. ; or Federal prohibition laws; the «... other is opposition to teaching the theory of evolution in the |public schools or in any of our i tax-supported institutions of ilearning. As a member of the Legislature, I would conform to | the will of the people in these i matters. ! I am not running as the tool I of any faction or bloc; my ap- A Word From Judge Smith, Candidate For Representative To the Voters of Wood County: In my judgement, the matters of general and most vital impor tance that will claim the atten tion of the Texas Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

THE MINEOLA MONITDP P*A m GO 4th LET'S SPEND THE Glorious i.i With Relatives or Friends EXCURSION RATES to all points in TEXAS and LOUISIANA Fare and f 1-10 lor Round Trip TICKETS ON SALEfJULY 2, 3, 4 AND 5TH RETURN LIMIT JULY 6TH For Full Particulars ASK ANY T. & P. AGENT TEXAS which shall read as follws: Section 6a. All agriculture or grazing school land mentioned in Section 6 of this Article own ed by any county shall be sub ject to taxation except for '"! F^r.tes. and enlisted men of stitutional amendment shall be the Organized Reserves of the j submittel to a vote of the quali United States, to hold other of fied electors of the State at an iices or positions of honor, trust ' election to be held throughout or profit under this State or the | the State on the first Tuesday II nit cd States,'5 and: j after the first Monday in No-. "Ag-t list th^ Con?il utio^pl i vember, 1926, at which election i State purposes to the same ex arvrCmem per-ntting oij'uvrs j all voters favoring...

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

w % ■vH' * y THE MINEOLA MONITOR -U iu uuj'o. ouiitn ot * *: >gWftts, if you have them see me. ^ ; W. P./ Kitchens. Mrs. Jim Fouse and daught | er, Miss Opal, have returned |from Ft. Worth where they have -pent the past two werks m„.. Buy your Parts, Labor, Tix-es and Accessories here on a ^popnthly installment plan Watts Mgtor Company. Buy your Parts, Labor, Tires and Accessories here on a monthly installment plan Watts Motor Company. j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith j j of Dallas are guests of relatives I 1 and friends in Quitman and j ; Mineola. Mr. Smith is connect! I ed with the Internal Revenue i Department. ONCE RESIDENCE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON 1 - ^ M iss Amelia Holding of Halls ^•vHle is visiting at the home °f **' - Dir. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson ' ,v^his week. ¥•' ,'V';Mr. J. P. English, Buck . ^ fijpps and Miss Bessie Heard were visitors in Big Sandy last ^ "Sunday. A Good Cleaning Plant in a Good Town. Holder's Dye- ing and Dry Cleaning, phone 63. "Use It." Mr. and Mrs. B....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

THE MiNEOJLA MONITOR m Since Recent Reductions of $41.00 to $55 00 on fords the demand has been much greater. Buy your car now and avoid the usual Fail shortage in Cars and Trucks We {ell Parts, Tires and Labor on the Monthly In- stallment Plan; or pay all this Fail. Let us put the car up in good shape NOW. When You Think of Fords Think of Watts Motor Co. Lynch Davidson Against Exempting Cut Over Land From Taxation Lynch Davidson today charg ed that a "deliberate falsehood" is being circulated as to his at" titude on the question oi cut over timber lands in East Tex as. Davidson said the question has been settled by the legisla ture, which two years ago pass ed a law for the purchase of cut over lands by the state. "This will exempt those lands from taxes, which is the thing that I am charged with attempting to do," said Davidson. "The facts are that I vigorously and pub licly opposed the proposition. "It will be my purpose to co operate in any practical plan to conserve our timber ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 July 1926

isgfl * im-> THE MINBOLA MONITOR pragram 4!% bruits of fia Habur Pageant VCJiven Under the Auspices of the Methodist Church Mrs. Walter L. Cannan, Director Mrs. Lake Cannon, Pianist. CAST OF CHARACTERS k. Jeremiah Hopkins, Known as Pa Cary Abne>' Hopkins, his wife Marguerite Bogan . . 'Mn^^Oderoeyer, a collector Chappell DuBose .^fcClJathan Wiggins, an oil king Leon Aaron . • SipssC. of David Claude Bruce '•'JfiMSE® Man Soloist John Glenn 1 luange.Angel . Juanita Vandiver V SSfcnifcs of Gloom Marion Humphreys, Nanalee Pendleton Sunday School Class: Eldredge Stevens. Hubert Aaron. of Small Angels: JBwjlyn Vandiver. $8balh Stephens. • Margaret,t Nix. ^WUette Vandiver. Jffiaigaretta Carraway. '•^Lcmise Welsh. ; j£aS3iryne Willingham. Helen Bowdoin. ,ifnlia Doxsee. Sanford Vandiver. James Clark. Dick Pendleton. James Wi'lliams. Josephine Nix. Elizabeth Pendleton. Willie Ruth Bowdoin. Girl Singers Mary McCain. Vendelia Vandiver. Cleo Hunter. Louise Willingham. Mary Helen Willis. Fa...

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