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February 22, 1935

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It gets the real Cause Damagq "ERE'S a new formula that destroys moths and the ~noth worms that old fashioned moth bails and other makeshift prcventlons failed to do. And no lasting disagreeable odors*that cling to your clothes. Try it now t Elkay's Moth Fume Crystals elr's Pharmac Malakoff, Texas SAVE with SAFETY at DRu0 STORI &ocaLs Miss Therma Bartlett, who un- derwent an operation for appen- dicitis at the Navarro Clinic in :Corsicana recently, was able to return to her home here Sunday morning. Mrs. Eber Rogers was carried to the Navarre Clinic in Corsica- na Tuesday morning for a major operation. She w a s reported getting along nicely a t press time. _ _ Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Gano and children and Mr. and Mrs. Payne and children of Dallas re y, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Me- Intyre. Our Hatchery is now in opera- tion and we set every Tuesday and we will be glad to have your eggs on any Monday. Hatching is fixed by the Code at 2Kc per egg. Our trays hold 150eggs. Write for our cata- logue on White Leghorn baby chicks or call at the farm. EASTERWOOD'S WHITE LEG- BORN FARM, Athens. Texas. t . ,,, ,.,,L i'i " Mr. and Mrs. Dee Scott of Cor- :: _sienna were visitors in the city Sunday. Mrs. Will Faulk, Mrs. Bowen Welborn and Mrs. Bob Faulk were Athens visitors Friday. FOR SALE--Nichors Improved Yellow Dent Seed Corn. .00 per bushel--R. F. DENTON, Gal- imoreLake, 3 miles South of Trinidad. !" Tommi rk were business visitors in Durant Okla. , Sunday and Monday, Miss. Grace Flagg spent Satur- day and Sunday with friends in Timpson, Mr. and andagriff and sons, Mrs. Ella Vandagriff and son, Wayne all of Dallas were visitors in the city Sunday. Mrs. Bethel Dean is at home .again after several days in a Cor. aicana hospital following a se- Aious major operation. .... s t I I:L i on ~m ,,sdaohl s, 1: ~kin. f ~ qu JRIKJ ~ Th gentle, safe. ROY I. WEIR Entertained W,th PartyIThe Methodist Bulletin Free'Delivery The T. E. L. class of the Bap- [By Gee. C. Hardy, Pastor] By Special Correspdndent Qualitiy Groceries - .ist Sunday school gave a Valen- -- - -'--- - - - "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" tins party on last Friday even. The Young Men's Bible Class Latest reports from Temple ing in the Sunday school building, was organized Sunday with much Texas where Miss Melva Beidler With Mr. Alvin Gray, Super- The Valentine theme being car- enthusiasm. The charter mem- is convalesing from recent opera- intendent of the Alba-Malakoff tied out in the games, decors- bet's are R. H Pickel, Jr, Pres- tion are favroble; Miss Beidler Lignite Co., taking the initiative tions and refreshments, ins very ident, Fred Whitehead, Secy - is i n the Training School for Telephone No. 32 Malakoff, Texas and with the assistance of sever- charming way. Treas;, Carney Kirby, Joe Bar- Nurses at Scott & White Hoe- = al of his neighbors, the north Upon arrival, all registered on nett, Mr. Trego, and the pastor pital at that place .... The Trini Maxwell I-lb. can road out of Malakoff has been a large heart presided over by ten, chef. The hour was slmnt dad Band will soon announce the House . considerably improved. Mrs. J. H. Evans. working up a list of 90 prospec- date for their play "the Boom- J. L. White and son, Barney The meeting was opened b y tire members. We are expect- pills Band Concert" to be pre- have just completed the rebuild, singing t h e class son "My ing twenty next Sunday and at sented .... This will be a play of [0 ing of the front of the News Faith Look Up To Thee":' afterleast 50 by Easter which comes much mirth and will be so that building, which was d estroyed which the teacher, Mrs J EApril 21. atl ages willenjov it .... Much of pounds a few we eks ago in awind storm. Drummond led in prayer " " A fine spirit was manifest in the ouSside work on the school W. B. Rogers is superintending Group No. 3, with Mrs. Roy the divisionof Mrs. Kirby's class building has been completed and S [bs. the operatmn of the new grmt Ginn as cantain had nlanned a to form the new organization If the new addition looks very at- mill here on Saturdays. very vleasin nro ramof amesyou are a Methodist, or a friend tractive .... The Campfire girls Mrs. T. E Roberts of Iowa and'contests-whiehaffordedmuch of the Church YOU are cordially entertained quite a number of Bulk, ] pounds . Park, sister of S. A. Hail, is here merriment, invited, the Boy Scouts at t h e Scout on a prolonged .visit with her The pastor, Bro. Brantley, who Next Monday, Feb. 25th, the Cabin Thursday evening with a brother and family, had been invited to "iust dron ladies of the Church are sport- party__. The dressing room for Guaranteed '1 Mrs. W. R. Hall, mother of S. in' wasasked to say afew words" soring a mammoth Washington's the teachersof theGrammar and . j II A. Hall of this city, passed away He spoke on the Social Side of Birthday Party. All the friends High School is now completed at the home of daughter, Mrs. T. Life of the Church aru invited. The and is very attractive ....... The , Try in . , E. Roberts at Iowa Park on This class now has 42 names following committees are direct- seventh grade under the direc r Thursday last. She was buried on the roll and has others whom ing the party, tion of their teacher, W. A. Blair, il 2-lb. box . at Ennis on Saturday following, it hopes to enroll soon There Publicity: Mesdames Dan Gen presented a Negro Minstrel, and ][ head . i have one out from this class in- try, Chairman, J.D. Waller, J. with the proceeds bought the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Holsey to theSunday school as officers A. Ballard and H C. Riddlesper- furniture, rug and draperies for and Mrs. R. I. Weir spent Tues- and teachers eic, ht members and ger. Decorations: Mesdames A. this room .... The brick work on day and Wednesday in Waco. these, with 'the other teachers L. Kirby. Chairman, R. H. Pick- the new addition to our school ........... were specml guests on thin oc-i ' ' ' _ .... w. freeman m uauas at casion -Contributed] Addle Melton. Refreshments: Mr and Mrs. Rather Trotman loaf 0 this time taking an additional ' I Mesdames Dodge Gentry, Chmn are rejoicing over a 6 pound course in window trimming and ..... I J. E. Kilgore, G. W. Huff and C. baby boy born Sunday morning she-card writing, xoung t'eople njoy I C. Pierce. Entertainment: Mrs. .... As this goes to press we ' Valentine PartyI George C. Hardy, Chmn., Missesi have learned that Mr. and Mrs. Laundry : D 6 bars .A t Bob Green of Arp was a busi- -- ] Sadie Carson, Martha Wellerandi E. C Shackelford are to go to e .... ' n ss walter m the c ty Tuesday, The Young People s Depart "I L Roy B,'annon. Transportation] Dallas to make their home--We Nat( ] 6 boxes . I ment of the B. Y. P. U. were Rev. George C. Hardy, Chmn, I regret losing these friends and Mrs. J. G. Fowler and little very pleasantly entertained last l Messrs Melvin Taylor, LeRoy hope some time that they will be [ [ 1 [ | daughter returned home Sunday IFriday evening with a Valentine] Brannon, J. A, Jackson, Dan back with us .... Tonight is the from a visit with relatives in l Party at the home of Mrs. J' A. JRoyall, J, D Waller, and Miss ] big night in Athens when the : ,-- Dallas. [Fowler. Eleanor Hall and Mrs. J. D Wanderers will play for the i ,. s,',.ACE .... i "" o There were thirty in attend- [ Johnson. Those coming are ask-[ American Legion Dance and also Lltt e riarom t arson, son oIlance and were entertained by a ed but not necessarily required some of the Early Bird Fans Mr. and Mrs.. Dwight Carson, ]number of games and contests. Ito bring from ten cents to a [will have their lir k_opportunity - WhO unuerwen an operauon for Th e w om ---r. .......... I er ere several fr Athens lquarter to help the ladies finish lto see that Jeer Jim appenu]cms ac a tJorsmana non- l in attendance, and Bro J L l [o- .... m . ' " We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies, .;*..I *~. ...... I. ........ t.,_ I ...... ," " Iv j ..~ . ...~ u~,. "~~..,v Jeneries .... track training tn h nn.b.t hV't ' ~.~v~ w~a~ alCU, hereWa au,v I tlranuy was a gues oz me parzy I Let us I has now started for the County Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. ,=,nay ,,u,,. Wed-]also: ...... I Meet next month and many sore Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a ' I Aier.tne playing of thegam sl Band Sunday evening, March]muscles are the resultof this, as ann contests Mrs. a ,ow,e.. _., " Genuine "Calf" Sandwich ....... I ' _ ". ]ora. It ,,ill be a real tre t for lusually takes several days to be- en O?m t gelaSs/stedby her so.n,.Juims ]us" The young veople of our]gin to run any distance withouti We also handle several flavors of- -i*- " lS.m er' a'ssou ra dl rvedlchurch are working on plans to]fa]ling from exhaustion ..... An-i uencmusre---shments of sand-lhave supper for them in thelother social singing was had atl Velvet lee Cream . - -- -[wm gel food cake a n dlbasement before the program. I the Methodist Church with mere- --and serve the "largest helpings" in town. --Mr r [punch. Each guest was given aI The pastor appreciates t h e lbers of the Methodist choir act-] s Valentine as favors. /good attendance on the preach-ling as hosts These stngingsl in Maban ur:hteh gleStSparted expressing themselvesde'[ingas sm services, h thegrowing-enthu-h , lure enjoyed very much and- a-rel tend the_/ vertisemen s arted expressing them sl ' sm "n t 3e Church school, and [well attended .... The members[ a en!oyable evening [ the fact that all the finances of[of the Baptist and Methodist nddeclaring that Mrs. Fowlerlthe church stein excellent con-lchurch attend and sing from indeed an ideal hostess.--Aldition. Let us get the reputa-lboth the church Hymnals and in on_the trip I Guest. Ition of being the hardest work..this way much practice in both K by hermother, Mrs. L. MatthewsI ling and praying church in thelbooks is enjoyed. of Trinidad. and Mrs. J, H. RobertslTexas Conference. ] :VIAR ET AND land !it!Is sonof Wichita Falls] I Mrs. TommieClark left Sun 'siting her parents, Mr. andl - : :' .......... : GROCERY l ........ l~ ~ ~ ( ~d~' " ' ~a'' " ' ~ ..... laay zor usmce zor a vm] wire POTPOURRI Mrs rl riagg nerecms week I POT Mrs" H" L" Fiaggheretj IBaptlst Church Newslher parents, Mr. and Mrs. J D Garrett. Carr,er e,geons Ill ,te th. I [By J. L ey:- Ltorj -I On the Highway Pigeons are thought to have first Ill l = : -I ..... been used as carriers by the -- The rd " are known. It Is definitely estab- [11 Electrical Kepalrlllf ISunday In that tie gave u a aI Cash Specials Saturday 'Ill Monday llshed, however, that Joshua used III ....... "./beautifu} day and increased at-I ...... , ............. vor elee ]lcal repair worg ann th~s means to communicate with [l| l*~.AI ..... *:ll ~. .... "~o J ~.:::~!:~:~,:~!~~:~.~::'~:::~,i~!:~::::-::~.~i~i~ camps on both sides of the Jordan [ ]1 wiring, call me. Reasonable I=~.~"~:"'~. .... ,"" ,~" .fl~" "~']i~i!~!;!:':::~~(~iiii~iiii~i:i!:~:i~!~i~%:~i when he Invaded Palestine. Often li I i ,o, ..... n I rne unaay school continues toI / i mllesthey flYwithoutas muchstoppingaS a thousend Illl ............... C E. IRBY Igrow, there being 175 present[ , ~ ] S pouflo .... . I II IVhe T. E. Cla -s led all otherl _Jill Times Herald Circulator Iclasses with 29. There were 841 Laundry --- 'is - _ in B. T.U. It cheers, us all as I:we note th: l ,I 13 small bars m Ithe part of so many in all of our[ . n , = ---- _ o Ichurch work. I l, sack l , nnouncln IllS u enln el You will note reference made ~ i~ ..... __ lgroupe. The pastor wishes toI !i a boxes |[,I [express his deeo appreciation[ for each and all who are respon- I Id all who are respon-I Isible for the success of suchI _ . , . _ l eeting,, andforthe Editor of] ]: 3 No. 2 cans .7. : We have just opened our new cafe on the Malakoff News for givingI Iil- illl Rnl/il slreet in Malakoff and are ready 'Pw: ::rV:blioC trYdeepest : : , 6-pound ,i main toserve our customers with the best of p,thy to Mrs. W. A. Kirk, Mr.I JL these are very important" , bucket foods, prepared especially, to please you., IovedWr' T'R 'gMr:tchMj ' iJth: lA::e:; Jones in recent days. " ; :i Our mena consists of re rular meals ev. We are ~:;=e::~d:~hat onr] things that baby needs--castor oil, , . ~ , , ' . . .~" .... . "7r-'. .... ~ --" I mineral oil, cod liver oil, harmless SICK are Improving ann we flops erv dav, and with sneclal attenllon iprovmgana we hope[ babysoaps, talcums and creams I ~ . r o f o r their complete recovery[ and many other items so essential"to I [ NO. J , e, to short orders, soon. Dear friend, go to church[ , " - ...... :d somewhere Sunday, ff posmble We invite the people of this communlly , soo ,,, ,, [ r s P]larr to call and inspect our new place, ae.e Robertson was a busi-I Malakoff, Texas hess visitor in Athene Saturday. [ -- |1 I al' 1 I Jk 1G 1 County Attorney a n d Mrs. I [ E [ IkJF. lk ,,11 il Miles B. Smith an.d- Mrs: Bar footI :FJ n,,t'^..a Molob-tl Texas of "Athens spent Sunday hereI ....... .......... ' .......... ' with h i s mother, Mrs. Mary [ ......... Smith.