The Mineola Monitor (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934 Page: 2 of 7
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The Yellow Jacket
Vol. 12; No. 9
Published in the Interest of the Mineola High School
pkfaxine L'Herisson... Editor-in-Chief
Jo Wilhite Asst. Editor-in-Chief
Julia Barbee Junior Asst. Editor
Bennie Mae Honeycutt
Alice Marie Vance Soph Reporter
Mildred Warren ...Fresh. Reporter
TO PLAY HERE
The Terrell Military College,
class B, football team will play banquet.
their record for the year.
The public is urged to come and
boost the team. Admission will
be twenty and forty cents.
• * * *
FROM THE YELLiNG SECTION
The pep squad is making a per_
feet showing as the close cf the
football season draws near. They
are still practicing faithfully each
afternoon and will do so until fin-
al step is made at the annual
the third grade, received the
| honor of representing the Ward
; school for the Armistice Day
| Audrey Mae Cage, candidate
Nov. 15, 1934. ifrom the fifth grade, received the
second highest number of vctes
spiring yells that caused the team an(* the distinction of being the
to push toward the line. prettiest girl brunette in the
Between halves the squad in ward school.
their orange and white uniforms These girls rode in the Armis-
marched forward on the field and ^ce Day parade on the grade
paid homage to the two teams by school float.
making a W and M. Other candidates were:
Mary Jane Lindley—First grade.
Muriel Stevens—Second grade.
Mary Ann Bogan — Fourth
the Yellow Jackets here Monday.
The game is cailed for three o'clock
Class B is composed cf under-
Monday the rooters began
* * *
Sam Turlington—Never Joses a grade.
book. Lipscomb—Sixth grade.
Worth Bruner—Always has les_ Mildred Cooper—Seventh grade,
the !50115 PrePared. "I Peggy Coker was the candidate
John Barnett—Never sent from from the fourth grade but she
was called away on account cf
day early by having a big
rally in the centei of tow^ ui*. .. e. J. Courreges—Always quite and illness.
Classmen, mainly freshmen and;morning. They gave yells andStudious 1 Votes were a penny each and
sophomores of the college. j sang songs to arouse the good old f Kenneth stevenson—Has his the money taken will go to
This is a non-conference game j school spirit and rivalry between' " .
and the Yellow Jackets intend to; Mineola and Winnsboro. ! °
go and win it so as not to mar j On the field they again gave in-
on time. ,
Jim B. Turberville—Courageous
SELECT THEATRE, MINEOLA
"The Pick of the Pictures"
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
IRENE DUNNE and RICHARD DIX in
Also Paramount News and Comedy
SATURDAY NIGHT 10:30 ONLY
Margaret Sullivan and Douglas Montgomery in
"LITTLE MAN, WHAT NOW"
grade school miscellaneous funci
* * *
bus-driver. 1 ALUMNI COLUMN
Adolphus Vandiver—Assistant; Vivian Pugh, editor-in-chief of
| j football manager. 1931 Yellow Jacket, is working
11 Oscar Bobbitt—Never fails a daily for Devenport Variety Store,
litest. | Zelma Bartlett, now Mrs. Wil-
li! J. L. Corley—Geometry shark. son Aaron, will soon have two
j 1 Reed Huff—Ability to keep Aaron grandchildren in the Min-
g, himself in perfect training. eola schools.
11 R. C. Dean—Noisiest boy in high Cebe Smith, a graduate of 1928,
jj j school. is the brother of Paul Smith.
|f j W. H. Ritch—A O T (Always Morris Dowell, a graduate of
j | On Time). '31, and brother of Douglas, has
i i James Harvey—The teachers him a wife and is running the
Cage Explains Fea-
tures of Building and
Savings invested in shares of
the Mineola Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Mineola are
now insured by the Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Insurance Corpora-,
tion, an agency of the United j
States government, J. W. Cage, j
President of the Association, an- j
nounced today. Each investor in
shares in that institution is now.
fully protected againts loss up to]
$5000, Mr. Cage explained.
The Federal Savings and Loan
Insurance Corporation, created by
Congress last June, affords pro-
tection for investors in thrift and '
home-financing institutions under 1
a different method than that j
followed by the Federal Deposit j
Insurance Corporation, organized!
in 1933, in insuring depositors in j
commercial banks. The former ]
operates in the long-term savings!
and home financing field to in- j
sure the safety of the investor's j
capital, whereas the latter insures
'"The safety feature now made j
available by Federal insurance is j
open to all savings and loan, j
building and loan and homestead!
associations, and cooperative!
Dr. E. P. Bonn
. b:99 a. m. to 11 a. IB.
1:30 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Closed Thursday Afternoon
What Is More Valuable
THAN YOUR EYES
Have Them Examined Yearly
If Yon Need Them
At Reasonable Prices
Good Glasses Since 1876
DR. F. B. ROBINSON
One dose of ADLERIKA Qakfe*
0 ly relieves gas bloating, slMtt
out BOTH upper and tore
bowrfc. totj to est otf
sleep good. Quids, tnorou
tlon yet gentle i
A D LERIK A
C.D. COLEMAN DRUG STORK
40-acres, near Mineola on
-Giant of the sen-
SUNDAY and MONDAY
ROBERT MONTGOMERY in
With Maureen O'Sullivan
Also Fox News and Comedy
I i pet.
1; Arnold Reed
j1 ior class.
II Coy Glenn—Walks so light.
§ ! Henry Blankenship—School Ro
g I Perry Roberts—Tiniest
Ward School Grocery.
Mary Rose Johnson, from the
class of '31, is working steadily
Lucius Moody, out of the class
| of '27, has found a new interest
sopho_ ; in M. H. S.
I Louise Burden, from the class
banks which apply for insurance,, - — >
provided that they are approved as Hogg highway with tenant
to solvency and operating methods house, gcod well water at
by the Federal Home Loan Bank price.
1! Ralph Bruner—Only Bruner in , of '30, is in Oregon and Wash_
j! the freshman class. ! ington. She has be^n visiting
1! B. A. Halbrook—Chief informa-! there for the last three years.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
MARION NIXON and REGINAL DENNY in
"WE'RE RICH AGAIN"
Also GUY ROBERTSON and IRENE WARE in
"KING KELLY OF THE U.S.A."
SUNDAY and MONDAY, NOV. 25-26
JOAN CRAWFORD and CLARK GABLE in
James Williams, from the class
cf 1934 and Betty Bryan Rogers,
a graduate of '33, are attending
school at Baylor University in
Durwood Hartsfield, a last year
graduate, is driving a truck for
j Mineola Grain Co.
i Josephine Callaway, a graduate
ward school ended last Friday at of 1932. and editor-in-chief of
noon. | the Yellow Jacket, is finishing
Ann Buchanan, candidate for her educaton at State U.
1| | tion giver for the office,
[g j Frank Barnett—Anther
Claude Mallry—A busy
* * *
The election for the princess in
?M VOUB home is a
A I O
Tho cmiwsr to—"When is a LITTLE addition to your
hams a BIG* addition io your comfort" is—When it's
a littfe Chill Chaser. Whon you install a Natural
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to tlis cc.ni.iOxt, convenience and satisfaction it gives
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lis ezzz-nca of
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iuol for cooling. wcrter-heafcmg
and refrigeration in the home.
& & &
A LITTLE LIFE HISTORY
OF THE Y. J. SQUAD
Henry iBlankenship, now a
sophomore, has proven himself
to be quite valuable to the squao.
| Worth Bruner, a rather lanky
i boy, yet sometimes accused of
i being lazy, can when the time
| comes, get up and travel.
Charles (Blue) Boykin is an in-
dustrious Junior. Blue has surely
showed that he was a football
player this year, by his grand
Forrest Lee Covin, another in-
dustrious Junior, sometimes ac_
cused of being lazy, has "concen-
trated power" when he is out on
R, C. Dean can be used as ,an
example from the term "little but
loud." R. C. isn't so loud but
he is swift, and when once R C.
gets the ball—all is well.
Herschel Dean, younger brother
of R C., has shown more im-
provement from last year than
any other man. He is a sopho-
more this year. We have two
more years to see the brilliant
work of Herschel.
BIG ELECTION OVER
After a week of making up
their undecided minds, the four
classes of M. H. S. elected the
Class meetings were held last
Thursday and Friday for this
purpose and the following girls
Mary Jane Ritch—Senior Prin-
Bennie Mae Honeycutt—Junior
Kathryn Russell — Sophomore
Mildred Davis—Freshman Prin_
The girls were elected from the
Senora Hartgraves and Norma
Sherman, freshmen; Billie Jean
Corbet and Josephine Hearne,
sophomores; Marjorie Eossier and
Joyce Speights, juniors, and Ruth
Bruner, Willie Lee Knight and Jo
The Armstice Princesses will
be in the final election for the
football sponsor who will mak^1
FOR RENT—Furnished Apart,
ment. 619 W. Kilpatrick. Phone
245-J. Mrs. E G Moseley ltp
Board," said Mr. Cage.
j The Mineola Federal Savings and
,Lcan Association of Mineola, was;
organized under a 1933 act oi
Congress, by which the formation!
; of private, locally managed thrift1
and home-financing institutions
under Federal charter and reguia-'
tion v/as made possible, either a.j I
new associations or as conversions
of existing state-chartered insti- j
j "The purpose of Congress in j
providing Federally chartered in-;
stitutions was to make credit avail- '
able at low cost for home con- '
struction, refinancing and mod- '
i :ation in parts of the country ;
where such funds were inadequate,"
said Mr. Cage. "At the same time,1
stitutions so organized and man-!
aged encourage the practice oi
| thrift by pecple of large as well as
j "To aid in the organization of'
these associations, Congress au- '
thorized United States Treasury
subscriptions in their shares, so
that the capitalization now repre-
sents Federal funds as well as the
investment of private savings. To
date almost 600 Federal associa-
tions have been established thru-
out the country.
"A substantial increase in the
amount of home financing re-.
sources in this locality will satisfy j
the growing demand for home
loans for all purposes, strengthen!
R. B. ELLIOTT-
DR. L. C, MOO!
Office Over Service Drag Co.
The Times Herald
The Dallas Times Herald
agent's greatest pleasure and
joy is for you to say, "Start
the Times Herald at once so
that I can get a real nevrj-
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paper and extra good service."
Very few people know this
until Henry Neyman serves
• Agent, Mineola, Tex.
Liquid - Tablets
Salve •' Nose Drops in 30 mifiutes
ESTATE OF WALTER A. HILL,
real estate price structure, j NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
lessen foreclosures and add to em-
ployment in the building trades
and the large number of industries
dependent upon construction ac-
Mr. Cage pointed out that, in ad-
dition to the advantage of safety,
shares in the Mineola
Notice is hereby given that
original letters testamentary upon
the estate cf Walter A. Hill, de-
ceased, were granted to us, the un-
Federal | dersigned, on the 25th day of
Sayings and Loan Association can October, A. D. 1934, by the county
be expected to yield a reasonable j court of Wichita County, T^xas.
dividend return, and are exempt All persons having claims' against
from normal Federal income tax, said estate are hereby required to
are non-assessable and have no present the same to us within'the
contingent liability. ^time prescribed by law. Our rest-
j dence and post office address are \«
I MEN WANTED for Rawleigh j Wichita Falls, County of Wichit,a
Routes in Southwest Van Zandt State of Texas.
County, Grand Saline. Write im- j Leslie Humphrey, and
mediately. Rawleigh Co., Dept. j Albert E. Kelly,
TXK_373-OD, Memphis, Tenn., or ■ Executors of the estate1
see W. C. Bartlett, Mineola, Tex. 35-4t Walter A. Hill,
36-3tp ! 1
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To avoid falling ceilings, any
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Carraway, R. H. The Mineola Monitor (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934, newspaper, November 15, 1934; Mineola, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth286169/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.