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.... i +i !iii/ i MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GEN ER AL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank VOLUME 23 ,d ,d "the Voice of The Lignite City" f P. T. KILMAN, M. O. Medicine and Surgery ~ Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas hi I -, I I III MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1935 NUMBER Member Federated and Red and White Stores 2__ NEW SPRING SILK DRESSES The New Silks in this, just arrived group, will interest you immediately. With bright touches and deep flattering colors ........ , I WOMEN'S SPRING FOOTWEAR It's New Shoe time! Graceful patterns in the newest colors, leathers and pattern effects. Se- lect Peters fine feminine footwear_ ,i ~ i i I I I I III I IJl Casing Is Set In Malakoff Girl Makes Test Wells To Be Dodd No. 1 Test Exceptionally High Put Down On Wilson ..... East Of lqalakoff Averages At Belton Farm North Of Town The Crosl j & Culp Dodd No. 1, Belton, Jaruarv 30th--Achievin Derrick materials have already located on the George Aidrmh . Decial recounition at Mary Her-been placed on the ground and "Where malakoff Trades" survey, two miles east of the cit din-Pallor th~sl reparations are now being made is nearing the final stages of corn week, Mi s Er- for the sinking of two more test : pletion. The setting of the nestme in the vicinity of '*rrheLig- inch casing was begun near mid- of Matakoff was: nits City". ~ l'hese V eiis- -i --hc' night Tuesday and it is expected named o n the located on the Wilson farm, on .._.. that the final report, which is to list compiled b) ' he l'h,mas Carp survey, about decide whether or not Malakoff the Dean to give 3 miles north of Malakoff. will turn into an oil city, will honor to those The tract belonging to W. H, NO. cans 25 reach the public before the week girls earning ex Wilson, president of the Central is ended, ceptionally high Texas Grocery Corn,any of Cor- , .... Activities i n the Dodd test scholarship av- sicana, is comprised of 942 acres. Pears ] Sp were resumed this week when erages. M i s s The tests are to be made by Wil- No. r tall cans, 3 for..I No. I tall tans, 2 for.. New ring the task of cteaning the vell and . Orrick, who had son & McBroom of that city and ....... putting it in shape for the casimt no grade less than A,, earned 14 the drillina' contracts have ai. was started, All o f Monday, out of a possible 15 grade points, ready been awarded. ] cans ' Monday night and Tuesday were It was this high average that A brisk pickup in trading in consumed in these preparations gained for her recognition on the the vicinity of these tests since i The first loads of casing reached list. the arrival of the derrick tim- Peaches High in style and beautiful in the location Monday afternoon. Miss Orrick, who is the daugh- bers, has been reported. No. cans,.2 for_.. I No. Tall cans, 3 for. coloring. There is something The casihg, It has been report- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Orrick, --- new and youthful in these new ed, has been set down to what is is a freshman this year and is Young Hen's Bible I-lb. sliced Spring Silks-- known as the cap rock, at the already taking an active partClass Entertains depth of 3,968 feet. It is at this in student affairs. Among her , .... depth that the owners of the activities is membership in BetaWith Stag Banquet ] Cherries well are reported to have be- Literary Society, social organize. -- No. 2 cans, 3 for ...... [ No. 2 cans, 3for ....... , tween 18and 20 feet of sand. tion for freshmen. The membershio and a large " " - ....... The Austin Chalk formation was -- number of prospective members fi,r the Young Men's Bible Class, 20pounds We still offer yd. wide,, 1 encountered a t the S;-foot lVlrs. E. H. (Grandma) were royally entertained with a excellent finish Broadcl level, - i Interest in Day Passes To Final Stag Banquet in the class rooms L [ Ladies' Hats likely of oo ty' Rc Sunday Night at the First Baptist Church on ima Beans [ String Beans tests--has increased considerably last Friday evening. Aside from Fresh. No. 2 cans, 3 for No. 2 cans, :3 fi)r ...... spring patterns to Hand draped Turb', the banquet proper, a delightful .... , and interesting program was ren- 5lJrin dressy pedaline. While not much tradinghas been 87, a belov d to the utmost joy of the half or whole New Handles, Moire lined, New spring styles and colors done in the immediate vicinity of munity for the past forty-two men who were with purse and the Dodd block, it is reported years, passed to her eternal re- I mirror reX, ] Kraut present for the occasion.' -- ............ that several very generous offers ward a t 11:53 Sunday night, The group met in the church o. 2 edna, ......1"Ii No. 2 cans, 3 for ..... have helen made for leases on va- January 27th. Funeral services auditorium at 7:30 o'clock and rious adjoining tracts, were held at 2 o clock Monday ' The Dodd No. 1 is very rapidly afternoon at the old home place while they were in waiting toy "Good Morning" and O'Clock" means the last word in deveh)ping into t h e brightest here, conducted by Rev. George the ladies to finish with the prep. 3 cans ana' cw-q r new styling and coloring of " r)rospect of any wild-cat test that C. Hardy, pastor of the Metho- arations at the table, the large Wash Dresses ....................... f ever been put down in Hen- dist church, assisted by Rev. J. group of men gathered close to. III III III derson county, and that 'The Lig- L. Brantley, pastor of the Pap, gether on the front pews and en- gaged in the singing of a num- nite City" will take on a genuine tist church. oil field hue before many days, is Mrs. Day, formerly Miss Jeru- her of religious hymns. At 8 not at all unexpected, sha Clements, was born in the o'clock dinner was served and ...... State of Alabama on December the guests gathered around" the Crop Loan Bill Is 16, 1847 and died at Malakoff huge, and beautifully decorated Member Federated and Red and White Stores Raised By Senate; January 27 1935, being at the tala where in banquet style, a S time of her death, at the ad- sumptuous spread awaited them. In Free Conference ranted age of 87 years, 1 month At the conclusion of the ban- -'-'-- andlldays. In the year 1850 quet, with Editor Seholi acting ECONOMY STORE as master of ceremonies, t h e Read to heat 17.Ol jar A communication this week she came with her parents to guests were treated to a program ana serve from Hon. Nat Patton. Congress. Texas and settled in Cass county. A Complete Line of Good Merchandise man from this, the 7th District In 1865--the year the Civil War that doubtless will he, to them, a lasting joy Mr. A. Burton spotte Choice large of Texas, advi zes that the Freer- emBed--she was united in mar- "The grains pounds gency Seed and Crop Loan Bill riage to E. M. Day. To thisunion to the audience on art of 1 Size ,, ,,It, i for the amount of $40,000,000 eight chil0ren were b rn--four carnping" and then entertained had passed the House and on go. boys and four girls Only four them for several minutes with a NO, 2 cans ing to the Senate, was raised to of this number survive. After number of his magic tricks. The the amountof $100,000,000. Us- her marriage, Grand Ma lived master of ceremonies then intro == The 'est= 's tier the rule, stated Mr. Patton, for a number of years in Hopkins, duced the class teacher, Rev J. the Bill now goes to the free con. Llano and Wood counties and in L. Brantley, who in turn, intro always cheapest ference., this county at Athens. Forty- dueed the Rev. E. T. Miller, pus. The Congressman expressed two years ago the family moved tor of the First Baptist Church 10-pound confidence that the Congress will to Malakoff where, until death, of Corsicana. a s the principal I cloth bag adopt the conference report with- they made their home. speaker of the evening. , , , , ,,, = in the next few days, and that Mrs, Day became a member of The address bY the Reverendw [ , [ ?owder StyleNeW o the amount will be definitely set the Methodist church at the age occasionMr MillerandWaSteemingappropriatewith inter-t the fl I'" 'S at a figure somewhere between of fourteen, and lived a devoted est a n d constructive thought. Ladies' and children s Good quality Rayon Step- ' the amounts recommended by Christtan for more than sevent)--iH s topm was Prowng New the Senate and the House, Mr. ..... [0 pounds three years. She was a great Ground", which was the idea that L CttnRibbedHse" Pair Ins. Regular35c-- Patton also expressed his hope character and dearly beloved lprompted the first suggestion ofI $pecl, tl" Special" that the matter is settled in time among all who were fortunate to the banquet. The entertainment! Small Calif. be of most benefit to the know her.- Limas ,, tom. farmers. The deceased is survived by being given with the idea 0 f = three sns; Will Day f Athens; helping t increase the member" M I lb, ello bag ! Funeral Services Held Charlieand Lee Day of this city; ship in this classof men. Oth- et,'s Dr ,s Shirts Friday For W. D. Lynch and one daughter, Mrs, R. C. er such meetings are now being 1 Lot good grade Broadclath in solid and fancy Smith, also of this city. Inter- planned by the class for near designs. All sizes. Guaranteed fast lcolor, Special No.2 cans Funeral services for W. D ment was held, under the direc- ifuture dates, $ --- .... " Z cans broken slice s Lynch, 81, who passed away at tmn of the Ballard Funeral Home ; the home of his daughter, Mrs. inthe city Cemetery at Athens, Parent-Teacher's Asso. BRASSIERS Boy's DPe:s Jim Mclntyre on Route 2 last immediately after the services To Meet On Wednesday . dozen Friday afternoon, were held at here. i" Satin and Rayon Brassiers)USI' RS Post Oak on Saturday following. A regular meeting of the Pa. All sizes to 38-- All sizes. This is a real bu The services were held by Rev. rent-Teacher Association will be Reg. 1.29, SI qt. Mason jar Carter of Post Oak. ,all Company Gets held Wednesday, February 6th, * Reg. 1.69, Interment took place i n Two Cars Of Chevrolets in the hiuh school auditorium a( Post Oak cemetery, with 4:15 o'clock. Large size in the hands of the Two new 'loads of the 1935 No. 2 1/2 3 rang Ballard Funeral Home of Male. model Chevrolets unloaded Mrs. W. W. Ro ,all, 86, grand- koff. for the Ro all the des Comps- mother of Dan Royatl of:this city Extra Silk Ties m al Big t ny here Tuesday after The away at her home in &th- value Get 'our at luded four passes, ens Tuesday mornmg. Funeral WEIR'S, were held