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February 1, 1935

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Mr. and Mrs. T0mmie s .peotS.0da wSth , a,ves in The Methodist Bulletin 1 [Baptist Church News ham and baby of Celina spent As a friend and a representative = { Some of the high {Joints with community, Tuesday afternoon, [Tuesday here with his mother, of the church which meant so [reference to last Sunday's servi- Yo.u Get REAL BARGAINS At ALL TimeM. was proudly displaying a huge 7-{Mrs" M. J. Cunningham. much to Grandma Day, we ex- ices are as fallows: Sunday school pound turnip which was taken{ tend our sympathy to the loved} {attendance 161, the largest since from his gyden, .... [ Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Barker cuds iu their hour of sadness.{ {August of last year; 24 in the Ipam Tooth Paste Tube lid {visited relatives in Temple over May God, the sourceof all com.I {the Young Married Women's Elmo Wilson, after spending{the week-end, fort, be with you. { ] ll ii] {Class and 26 in the Young Mar- several days here with his pa-{ We are highly pleased by the[ [ried Men's Class; all other class- Rubbing Alcohol Pint 1[ rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O' Wilson Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Fowler beautiful landscaping d o n 7{ =-: l unusually large and all teach- returned TuesdaytoN, T, A. C. were Daltas visitors Sunday and around thechurchata reasona.I Iers in the sunday school present l owq[ . CoLy's at Arlington. Monday,. They were accompa- ble cost. A greatdeal more was{ ibat one. Both preaching servi- . nied home by Mrs. J G Fowler a compllshed than was expected] ices.were well attended and fine munmg- Bottles 6 25c After having undergone a re. and little daughter, Maggie who due to the generosity of the[ gospel messages brought by Rev. cent general cleanup, the appear- has been visiting in that city for nurseryman, Mr. Bick rdike I Tom Johnson, one fine young ance of the Methodist church ! the past several days. Mr and Mrs. Fate Sherrill/ man being converted at the Herbiine bottle $4 lawn was further enhanced Tues- are generous in giving a lightt I morning service. day afternoon by the planting of I Mr. and Mrs. Yeager Clark of fox- the front of thechurch build- { ] With 35 men attending our a truck load of shrubbery. Ft. Worth spent Saturday and ing. 1,1 addi'Aon to the light,/ IYoung Men's Bible Class Ban. Blades double edge, 30 49C Sunday here with his brother, Mr Sherrill has given several{ {quet last Friday night, and a fine Martin Eastwold left Thursday Tommie Clark and wife. days work ou the wiring It is/ DR. OH,UtlaZS H. IlXlZT '{program, following the good meal, Lot|on bottle morning Lindale where he reatly appreciated by the mem [ Although his topic will not be was a sure.enough success. has mgned up to work in one of Mrs. Frank Tyler and Mrs. bershiP.we are lad that our e " { nouncedin advance, it Is saldwhenDr. Charles H. Kertyaddressesthat { Henderson County B. T.U. " g'S PH, R Uncle Sam's CCC camps for the Weldon Reed and little son, Biliie . _ g .... p op.e { the meeting of Southern Agricultural { will meet at Trinidad tonight at next five months, of Mart are visitin the former's nave oeen so enmus,astm , n{ Workers in Atlanta on January 3x {7:30. All who can go meet at mother. Mrs. R. D. Melton here beautifying the church building [ will have a message of utmost {the church at 7:00. Let those O. L, Scott, Joe Barnett, Earl this week. Our church has been blest in a| Importance to the entire South. {who can please furnish ears. "The Rexall Store" , Gentry. Martin EastwoM, Win. material_ wavf..The, noxt.:, thin~,|....'~| banquetMany notableSatwhichPlanDr.t Hertyattend willthe [ Our hearts go out in prayers Sherman, Herman Moore and C. Banks Bradley of Lon Morris we nee is m worg on ne| peak In addition, several "radio din- [of deep sympathy to the Fergu- [] E. Irby, were visitors to the Csllege, Jacksonville spent sever- 'inside'. We have wonderfully[ ners" have been arranged through [sons and members of that family out the South for the purpose of improved the material. Now let [ , _ and to the Days and all those re- mm Woodmen Lodge at Corsicans al days here the past week with us set to work even more dill-{ hearing Harry's message, latedto them in the loss of loved theMndaYMorning ight'DegreeThe oflatterthe Ordertkl his parents. , gently on the spiritual. We have { ":'-- ones in recent days. at that time. . Miss Hattie Thomas and Rus- a. practical, plan to sugges Sun- [Ninety.Six. Students-'- Our Sunday school attendance sell Smith of Sul )hur Springs; pay mormng. Howard P. Ady, Jr. returned Duncan Waliaferro of Commerce Let us remember that the ser- On Honor Roll; Larg- goal for Sunday is 175. Malakoff , , { {friends, not in Sunflay school, we vine Sunday morning to be es o my{re you cordially to be with us Tuesday to N. 1 A C. Arlington and Paul Taliaferro and Alton " , " " " - ,, ,, . l .... alter spending several days here Williams of Winfield, were guests ecially for the_ shutins' of our es[ K011 In tll$101T{if convenient. r s community We want our pep ------ with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tin the home of M. and Mr.=. . "{ [ H, P. Ady. Roger Harbour during the week pie to make arrangements for all{ At the close of the 4th Six. I School Girl From Nal- With Drink and Desert ........ { end. of them to attend . [weeks period last wee , ninety { akofI To Get Practice , Next Wednesday evening at 21i I. B. Welsh of [he Cross Roads] ' ' ........ {six students of tim Malakoff Pub { In Home Management ~, , / ID we are beginning a series ol community was in city on bus[-tOUND-Salesman s portfolio. : ...... [lic schools were added to the[ C co age prayer meeungs m ne hess Saturday. H e and Mrs.,Owner may recover same by call- w^^,., .... ........ IHonor Roll for ha~ing earned [Belton, Jan. 30--Miss Euphie Welsh are pretty badly torn up ling at the News office and pay- u.v v v/istraight.Agradesina lsubjects.[B vman, Malakoff who is ms- ...... snu ins 'ne nrs will t)e with While tbe ercenta e over the loss of their only child, tmg for thin advertmement. . ...... i , o, ,,ooo h,.o.eoono.,o at kelm F ri, d S . t ranama riancoc we are anx students for the past several " " - Mrs, Nettm B. McWflhams, who[ ---------- - - .. :" - { ': " " [Hardm.Bavlor, h zan au m ava- ious o nave all her neighbors years has been er o d the, " " passed away recently in a Pales- { Mr and Mrs, J. H. Roberts ....... [. , v y g o , {ally lnterestm r hne of work last Guaranteed to be goodl ann omers waG can ao so m De , , tins hosloital The very. young{and son of Wichita FaHscame. in there ,roHatthis time is the largcstthe h,story of ,.he ""lweek in connection with her i': baby, left by Mrs. McWilliams, [8u day for a visit with her pa- .'. ..... { " . ...... {studies in that field. For eight is to be raised in theWe{sh home. [rents, Mr. and Mrs, H. L Flagg. v r c ayevenmg, .ec" ho e who are listed among[weeks she will live with three I are m nave an pin xasnlone, thehonor stndo.t as fol ...... ..... -prices' ...... all of ": " LOST--Ladies brow. leather{1 Misses Alice Mc[j? :r a:d at,lhe ,:. r::Jlows: A :::dJ ' ..... our ....... 'i '" purse, containing two }5.00 bills MitchelI, MarthaW ,,,{Z{ i " / y p ,l 0d on freo meats and various other articles Fin-irene Truelove of over.f= =-.. _ - " _ , .... fl d J.e conomics a n d maintained ld GO " ' a*" ....u~,m,-- .... young l)eople will De arrayeo Jeanne Davis," Margare ............... "" ...... .." der will receive liberal reward}few days h - " ........ .., ........... ..... ,.. " by retnrning same to MRS L J {w th tt " - --- .... [ agams me aauit uel aru ...... game, Harold Carson, Elvin Tay- give practical app mauon of SCHOLL, MaIakoff, Te)e- Jl, Tho'nttledar ne pas wee our church school, Wew !lhave ior, RalphOleveland, Mary Fran- theories and a cleaner idea of the |E'$ W AWl .. wa wan ov,. .na surprises Mls W Faren s an informal picnic supper m of " :' " " ' " ces Derden, Joanna Royall, pleasures and responsibilities and Friday { _ . basement at 6:80 for all who can Charles Day, Raymond Spice r, the home-maker. The girls are Malako[f, -:- Texas , ~- ~ n,~e- " ~ --- e our " .......... " CARDOFTHANKS Ace pz come early and begin the spell- Kathryn Lehew under the supervismn of Mms s wascar sincere thanks, dear friends, for in- bee" at7 15 P M Miss Doris Matthew - g : ' 2nd Grade Lee Hamilton, associate profes- ried to the Baylor Bospital in Dallas Thursday morning for an appendicitis operation- Mr. and Mrs. James Holsev and Mrs, J. D. Waller were Dal- las vmitors Wednesday. Qualitiy Groceries Telephone No. 32 I I I I I L I II I J L j I I TOMATOES your thoughtful kindness and as- sistance during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father. May God, in his good- ness, bless each and every one of you.--MRS. W. B. FERGUSON and Children. Free Delivery Malakoff, Texas I 3 cans i IO pounds I| Can i dozen ii I Ribbon Cane, gal. I 3 No. 2 cans Peaberry pound Blend 10 ibs. I0 cans can / IIII] i The Silver Tea given at the home of Mrs Dodge Gentry was quite an enjoyable affair. , The house was comfortable in spite of the freezing temperature outside. The tahle was covered with a Suasion filet over pink satin, with a centerpiece of paper white narcissis and pink carnations, and pink candles in silver can dle sticks. Candles in Silver can- delabra burned on the buffet. Mrs. Dan Gentry and Mrs, C. A, Riddlesperger poured tea dur- ing the first hour. Mrs, G. C. Hardv and Mrs. J. D. Evans served during the 2nd hour. Mrs R. H. Pickel, Mrs. Dan Royall and Mrs. W. B. Payne assisted in the oining room. A menu consisting of Sand. withes, individual cakes, salted nuts and mints was served to Roy Seaton, Doris Dyer, Sid- ney Eaton, Lowell Potter, Mar) Jane Rogers. Joy Rogers, A. Ballard, Joan Evans, Doroth, Cliver, Louise Reese, Era BeLl Hayes, Larry Flagg, Bob Lind. .aey,. Weldon Tanner, Thaer Ben: amm. 3rd Grade Vernell Alien, Rosa Salas, Ma son Swanson, Eugene Martin, Bobby Orrick Mar, lisa Celestina Billy Scholl Manonue Bryam, James McDonald, Frankie Ruth Patrick. 4th Grade Augustin Garcia, Margie Lou Thomas, Audrey Rogers, Ursula Cross, Bonifacio Pina Alice Jane Phillips, Gladys Joe Robertson, Viviau McGregor, Juan Rivers. Fran Garza, 5th Grade Virginia Foun tain, Plata Thorn- about 50 guests, as, Payrene Dodson, Lucille Mil- A Silver offering tothe amount ler, Ouida Owen, Swift Benin- of thirteen dollars was given to rain, Marian Orricg, Pedro Her- the Churh lawn heautification, nandez, Watson Tidmore. Mil- Miss Carver Robertson I e f t dred Perkins, Marcos Castillo, Sunday for Denton where she Margie Pearl Slaughter. will enter school. 6th Grade Trinidad Hernandez Joy Brad- Mrs. Julia Christian of Coral- is.v, Vivien Kirby, Inez Tanner, canals visiting her daughter. Martha Baird, Joyce Ginn, Er- Mrs. H. L. Flagg and family line Smith. here this week. 7th Grade ' Billy Grey Payne. aurice Sherman, Theressa Garza. 8th Grade Marina Ca,'son, Ruth Neal Norma Orl'ick, Fern Vandagriff. Martha Dee Maguire, Helen Neal [mogene Patrick. KERENS, TEXAS Always A Good Sho Monday Night Bob Johnson's .ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Expert Shoe and Harness Repair Satisfaction Guarant~d sos iu the department. During this time. Miss Bow- man will put into actual practice the theories of her trainin in home management and the plan- ning and marketing as well as preparation of meals. Routine has been divided among the girls so that each has definite tasks to do. They plan to be hostesses to several formal occasions in their home, stressing the various phases of social entertaining. Miss Bowman, who is t h e daughter of Mrs. Maggm Bow- man, is a senior this year. Among ner other campus activities in- eludes memhershi in the Home Economies Club. 9th Grade Irma Slaughter, Clinton Mc- Gregor. J. L Wortham, Doris Mitchell. 10th Grade Joe Ady, Martha Haft. Janice Owen, Vernon Patten, Vernon Whitehead. Sara Alice Carson, Zilla Jackson. Lovers Patten, Alva Marie Tidmore. llth Grade Mary Flagg, Maude Hall, Win-' if red Weir, jimmie Kilgore, Mar- tha Dee Tidmore. Mexican School Inez Castillo, Erasmo Mireles, Felipe Luna Cruz Guerrero. STOP THAT ITCHING If you suffer from a skin trouble- such as Itch, Eczcma, Athletes Foot, Ringworm t citer, or Pimples, we will nell you a jar of Black Hawk ~)intment on a guarantee Price 50c --PAYNE'S DRUG STORE DR. C. H. NASH DENTIST In Office Kilrnan Hospital Buildlng Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday EACH WEEK i AND On the HighWay Guaranteed 48.1bs. Monax, with cup and saucer or plate Pink 2 cans t 12-oz bottle 3 packages No. 3 . Ribbon Cane gallon 8 pounds @ @