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March 16, 1934

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- MALAK. OFF_NEWS . .... a lmmmm mmc :- . ---- ), ..... -- I InTerscllOlaStlC P [| L][ News [ League Meet To By Special Correspondent~ f"~T T l'~l"ll/"~l-~l-~C~ C~/~'~l"11 # ~ I _ __ , " . , [ L)I-I, VPtL)/ b bUK' [1 Be Held At Athens "God giveth and taketh awaY I] A X/L,~;.~,I C, ..... A., --- . andswereahzethaattliese thmg _._ll ....... ...... J The 1934 sessions of the Hen- W"v=.:: I .zq. scHooL at,DXrORI,M I It=;:. On the Highway mournsour passing and mis. [ Monda andTu da "'archi -a th ",",oP M [Itodayand tomorrow. The first ..... I WA I -- o.r p, s o e, then o.r livi. IY " - ' " " I Ievents will take place early this Cash Specials--Saturday Until M, ones receive some measure el Un&r the auspices of the ladies of the ]morning, andthroughout the day comfort from this. In memor. I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I Iwhile the finals in all events will __Morning AAI I I r ,.,: . ' 4 I oI wmaro Jones, a man that I I beheldtomorrow and tomorrow lived as he died, a christian, we [night. Bracer rrr_r_ I IO. pack | j^,eat.hiss..pace]. . Mf Jone , _, ,..,, . . Malakoff, will be entered in all liP_ : iu m~ higuvsu usmem i el naracters ||events, but likely not .so strong .oilet SOAP 5 bars 1 a hd deepest respect by all who I STEVE CRANDALL R C O.ick [/as in former years, by reason of g knew him. The good deeds, and | ......... . .......... ; :. .... I |the very limited amount of win. 1 the kind words that was an ex- | [Y, ................ "" U ) |ning material. Competition, this Saifine CRACKERS 2 pounds 2 ample of his every day life, will ! IJAV DAVI3 ................... James Riddlesperger m year, is expected to be considera- , be reme'mbered by all who knew i PROFESSORBANGS ............. Mr. MelvinTaylor J hly keener, as the general slogan i him. May God's richest bles-I CHINK ............................... David Dodd ]|of the other county SChools is sings and the comfort of His WILHEMINA Mrs. MdvinDodd | | Beat Malakoff . Malakoff has , i presence bewithhis xidow and HELEN .................... Miss GraceFlagg ]|been privileged to carry away little daughter always i ...... ................ .... I [first place honors in these meets I I z'%VUIN~2,LLIP..~ ................ Kooote aaoore naerson I for a number of years and this Late last Friday afternoon I MRS BUMBOARD Miss Martha Weller [ ........ ,. .............. ilcon,mueo winning has aroused FULL LINE OF FIRS. BAIRD'S CAKES oage emlrer sm lason o I [ POLICEMAN ................... Mr. "Dub" Norton i |the competitive schools to great- , ''erefforts Themee .... the top of a building at tile back $ [ |. ...... t tillS, year. . J [ .... , ,-, , Ds expecteu to ne me mos Jy not- of his residence and broge his COllege t oys ana t4irts " ......... ...... , .... .,, ,. y contesteo seines o, events that ' Asqm left arm aus aooxe tile wrls bd e r, v " I I Sy ' Rees , Lo ena Truelo e, Florence Nolen, Fay Nell /has ever occured in the history He was carried to the Kdman[ ) Kilgore, DorisRuth Dodson, James Mac Do&on, |ot the League in this county BRAN per ben Hospital in Malakoff where an I James Harvill, Marion Patten, R. E. Dodson, ! I , __ " X-Ray picture was made andl I Harry Robertson, Clarence Womack. a .. . hking Powder tli.Lo. 19! the arm e cased in a plaster l __- [Atnens norflets cast. Both bones of the armt I ,I., ,., n , I / ........ were proven [ it t ,aa, e ttevue I l Wl, Fifth State HARKET 8.PECIALS. [ Consisting of children representing various business houses ! .. . .. writer visited the service l I ] ,age Lnalllplotlsnlp of the B Y. P. U Sunday even [ , I ! -- Good Fat STEAKS 3 pounds 25C ing and the program was con-t | The Athens Hornets. famous ducted ih a manner of interest t --- /thrughut the nation in the con- Hamburger Heat , pound 9 and enjoyment, to all those pres. ,[ Mrs. Ma_.vv _mnthg "" _nda Mrs. .]tinual making, of basket ball his- ent /Miles Smith spent Monda'" with v . [tory, retained their S(ate Cham- F Cream CHEESE pound 19a , Y (Continued from first page) .... " The singing, with Miss Lilllon [relatives in Eustaee. __- _[pmnsh p title at Austin Saturday _ull Bradley as leader and Mrs. V / - they should elect to help. rather night by defeating a stellar ag- Pork SAUSAGE pound 9C Tolbert as pmmst" "" was very m" "[ Miss Maudie Harrell was a than cast a stumbhn g block. It gregatloni from Lamesa spiring. The leader for t h e [visitor in Corsicana Tuesdav, is the consensus of opinion here According to the sport writers, BEEF ROAST pound 8C evening Miss Mildred Mobley [ - : , - that the business interests of the the victory was one of the great. was very capable and under, her ]FOR Better service and satisfac- county seat is" endeavorm" g to eat ever won by an Athens team direction, a program of inter- tion--Dr. Joe B. Williams, spec- "choke" "The Lignite City" In the first half the Hornets iahzing in Eye Fittings. Glasses rather than lend a helping hand trailed along with the small end ......................... eating talks were given. In all the writer enjoyed the the services very much aod will look forward to being a guest of the B. Y. P. U again. CAt D OF THANKS We wish to express our ap- preciation for the many kind- nesses shown us in our recent bereavement Mrs. Jones and family. Misses J uanita Abee and Floss Hoskins and Messers Don Penn and Noel Abeeof Handley were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs Roland Abee. Mrs. Harold Denton has re- turned to her home here after a weeks visit with her sister, Mrs Ed Garrett in Dallas Holt Hollinghead was a Ft. Worth visitor hursday. Misses Catherine Airheart and Alpine Hammett were Athens visitors Sur day. Ed Garrett of Dallas was visit- ing relatives here Sunday. Mrs. H. Smith and son, Don- ald of San An elo Texas are visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs, James McDonald this week. I [ I Mr. and Mrs Dudley Johnson and little daughter and Mrs. E. A. Short of Meadow were called home on account of the serious illness of his father, W. E, John, son. Mr, Johnson is reported no better at this time. eMiss Evelyn Weir Miss Cathe- rine MUes, and Messrs Leslie Rabel and Bill Hrncir of Baylor University Waco spent Sunday in Malagoff. Mrs. C, E Irby and little son visited relatives in Crandall the past week.end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitehead and son, Vernon visited his sister and family in Richland Sunday. For Expdlinq Worms PA YNE'S DRUG STORE at one-half their regular price, when the opportunity is present. Office upstairs, first .stairway west of Palace Theatre, Sixth AvenueCorsicana. Texas. Phone 2196. At Main Hotel, Malakoff very Monday.. ado, Mr. and Mrs.-W, C. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cartlid e, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Welborn attended the Fat Stock Show in Ft. Worth Sunday. John Jackson, C. C. Day and son, Bill, Guy Chapman and F. DeLaFosse attended t h e Fat Stock Show at Ft. Worth Mon- day, Mr. and Mrs. Brook Smith of Kerens visited her grand.parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. West here Sunday. Mr. Melvin Taylor-"Mrs. Bum- board[ I area bachelor and this is scandaloust!" Martha Huff-- "But what is a poor woman to do, Pi ofessor, when she's left a l widow with nothing in this world but one child and a broken down Chevrolet." (Taken from musical comedy, "Oh Professor! FOR SALE--Nice Young- Cows for sale--J. E. McCLURE, C ty, Miss Alice Finney and Mrs. R. C. Johnson of Dallas spent Sunday here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finney. ed. SINGING (Continued from first page) homes, while others swarmed every available lunch stand in the mty. in one home, it is re. ported, forty-eight visitors were entertained at lunch. Malakoff admits, that owing to the unexpected greatness of the crowd, that its visitors were ill taken care of on this occasion. However, another opportunity is welcomed for next year, when with the completion of the huge gymnasium building that is now under construction, better ar- rangements can be made and a comfortable seat may be assured to all who care to attend. u Mrs, V. H, Tolbert and Mrs V. P. Adrian of Trinidad were visitors in the city Tuesday. R. T Mclntyre of City spent Frida night with his brother, E. G. McIntyre and family. WANTED- Quilting to d o, Prices reasonable--MRS. LELA BELL DODSON, City. S. L. Pritchet is reported on the sick list this week. Dr. and Mrs. Joe B. Williams Corsicans and Mrs." Rae Hall "ff j exiav were Malakoff visitors Tuesday a fternoon. of a tremendous 9 to 0 lead. but came back with a dazzling last half finish to defeat the Lamesa five, 28 to 22. Winning in 1934 added, not only another State Championship to their remarkable hmtory, hut served also to break an eight- year old jinx, that has kept them from annexing the state crown in an even year. The past four championships won were in the years of 1927. 1929, 1931 and 1933. Besides these five crowns for state championship, the Hor- nets also won t we National Championships at Chicago .Win- ning these in a row established a record which is still their own. Bagley's or Blue Circle MALAKOFF SATURDAY SPECIALSI per dozen S 48-1bs. No. 2 can 3 cans MRS. M. E. EDGAR FOR COUNTY CLERK with china ....... The News is authorized to an- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Price nounce Mrs. M. E. Edgar of Miss Lucille Williams and Miss Eustace as a candidate for the Lizzie Bell Rhodes of Springfield office of County Clerk of Hen- spent Sunday in the city With derson county, subject to the ac- Miss Ruby Ferguson, tion of the Democratic primaries, m Mrs. Malcolm Oliver of Dallas spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Shirey. Just think of the improvement you can make in the looks of your furniture for only-- Spring cleaning time is here so now is the time to bright- en up. You can get a pint can of your favorite color of paint or pint can of En- amel for 25c. Make new furniture out of your old at this saving. NOTICE Of Trustee's Election Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the Court House in the city of Malakoff, Texas; on the first Saturday in April, the same being the 7th day of April, 1934 for the pur- pose of electing trustees for the Malakoff Independent School Dis- trict. - S. A. Hall is hereby appointed to hold said election. R. I. WEIR Secretary. CARl) OF TI ANKS We wish to take this means to thank eachand every one for the kindness and sympathy shown us in the sudden loss of our dear little daughter. Betty Janice May God bestow his richest bles- sing upon you all. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Garrett Mrs. Lula Clampet Collins Clampet Bill Clampet. ii W. R. THOMAS Attorney and Abstractor Office Upstirs over Postoffice Athens, Texas~ Carnation Brand 6 small 22 pounds While Flier 7 large bars 100 pounds How about-your poultry houses? Are they ready for the young chicks that are soon to be hatched? m See us for anything in the Way of Dwight H. Carson, Manager 1