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s ws : z o(:arS Ruth Nolen and i I Marie Russell and --Senir Bys Mrs Dudley Jhnsn and little I1 ' School daughter of Meadow, Texas are ,A D tAe / "' ' ' "" ' , Smith Petti- in the city this week visiting her . , That's Our Molto borG, Austin L )f- mother, Mrs. Y. E. Crawley... Albert Payne. Mrs. John Powers and son, i Thats the reason our service wouldyou. Paul were visitors in Mabank " gY,C- O,SN! be much appreciated by -Senior Girls and Pauline Monday. t4E High School ens, Emma Sue Blythe ts" p "7"O0 H ,wYork, Oleta Hall. Miss Hazel Tiner spent the 0/ Cleaning Pressing Repairing dakoff, Lucille Mitchell week.end with her sister, Mrs. lation--JuniorBoys Vernon Peters at Trinidad. " -- l lalakoffD yClea] ,ens, George Truett Mrs. A A Cartlidge and Mrs r tel Rue, Kenneth Killion. Dorsey Perkins were Corsicana dakoff and Athens tied visitors Monday. Phone 9 , and J. E Ryon. Jr. Declamation--Junior Girls Mrs. Vernon Peters, formerly i ----- .st--Malakoff, Winifred Weir Miss Temple Tiner of this city d--Eustace0 Bernice Hasting was taken to the Navarro Clinic h:nlug ta :r:::ht:n:[ XPo u r ...... el rd--Trinidad, Mozelle Phato. at Corsicana Saturday night for wS?::M: We Declamation--Senior Boys an operation for appendicitis, s st--Oakland, Rural CecilSChlwillis. Shetime.iS doing nicely at the present many friends aud neighbors for lnne lenegr:g:hm: , perma, o z I = |m 2hal--Walnut Creek, Reginald Mr. and Mrs Fate Sherrill and your many kind acts and words you g. v _ cl De me nap-[ twford. Miss Luella Truelove and Miss baby visited his parents, in Ker- of sympathy during the illness pro st t!m,e, of their ,lives.., Declamation--Senior Girls Mary Weller of Denton spent ensSunday Hereturned in the and death of our boy, RoyalOwen l, na mlslsntalwaysmecasel --goes where it is invited and stays . ' - B ors Your s m ath and hel is uramaticmlypresented in The the week-end here with their evening reaving Mrs. She.rell Y Y P Y P ,, ...... [ Rural Schools ........... was a comfort iu time of need .ancers , fox lwowetone aromaI where it is well treated. Era Brown. parents, anu navy mr a ranger vmm " of young love featuri g Lois Mo- We appreciate you and want to n Walnut Creek, MarY Sel. Declamation--Junior Boys Rural Schools Ist--Oakland, Jehugh Killings. Mrs. J. D Evans and little daughter, Joan spent the week- end with friends in Waco, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Christian worth. Creek, Deelamation--J unior Girls Rural School Creek. Gertrude [. School Seniors lst--Malakoff, Ruth Nolen and Lets Bell Cross, Ruby Coker and Spelling--Juniors lst--Malakoff, Christine Lind- Lorene Truelove. Grammar, Chlo- Fulton Meadows Louise King and tied. Ward, Pauline Greer. -Sub-d unior Ist--Malakoff, Grammar, Mar- Carson and Irma Slaughter. d--Bethel, Grammar, I v a se Ritter and Hazel Gregg. 3rd--Trinidad, Grammar Polly- Brown and Estelle Brad!ey. Imlhng--Rural School, Senior ist--Walnut Creek, Reginald wford and Bottle Stalter. 2rid--Oakland, Era Brown, Spelling-R ral, Sub.Junior ist--Walnut Crock, Lessie Sel- Erma Stalter. Vineita Blake- Carroll. d--Modoc, Lee Roy McKay Kale Sub-Junior ,Oakland, Mary Ins Blake- Virgil Terry G. Ches- Alvis R Waters. g--Class A Lets Belle Cross thens, Ora Shelton Eloyce Coesser. Essay Writing-Class B High, Sarah Lillian Bradley. Ward School School. Ward, Malakoff Rural School Creek, Dorothy Speaking..Boys 1at--Athens, Hamp McCool Martin Eastwok and Mrs. H. L Flaggand daugh- Roscoe ter, Miss Grace were visitors in Corsicans Tuesday evening. Mrs, Mary Smith was a visitor in Corsicana Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D Curtis and Mr and Mrs. Sheridan were Dallas visitors Tuesday. mm~ Mrs. W. C. Christian and Miss Grace Flagg were Athens visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. M Lincecum and little daughter were Tyler visitors Sunday. A. L. CMy, Joe Barnett and Elbert Mitcham were Dallas vis- itors Monday. John Bankston and Brogan Malcolm were visitors in Eustace Monday evening. Willard Shoemake and B i 1 1 Wilhelm of Trinidad were Mala. koff visitors Monday evening. 4k Mr. and Mrs. G: C. Brownlow and son, Clinton spent Sunday in Corsicana with relatives Miss Pauline Brown returned home with them to spend the week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cunning ham of Oelina spent the Week. end with his mother, Mrs. M, J Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Guinn and children and Mrs Boyd Sharp of Dallas were visitors in the city Sunday. Mrs. John Robertson has ac- cepted a position with the Dan Gentry store, taking the place re cently vacated by Mrs. Fred Whitehead. Miss Luella Truelove, of this city who is attending school at Denton, is making headway in the literary field One of her essays has just been published in the Avesta, college quarterly. Born tO Mr. and Mrs J. D. Ma. guire Monday morning a fine baby boy. Martha Weller Mrs. D. Melton and daugh. Athens, Hazel Barns. ter. Miss Addle and Mrs. T P. Picture Memory Dodson were Corsicans visitors Grammar School. Tuesday. Trinidad tied Mrs Dan Gentry and Mrs. H. :vithmetic--GrammarSchool C. Riddlesperger were Dallas :e LaRue and visitorsJ ondav. Mrs. W. L. Fauik, Mrs. T. C. Futrell, Mrs. Bowen Welborn and Brogan Malcolm were Dallas visitors Thursday, Mrs. M F. Patton of Kerens in the city this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian West. brook and little daughter of Ker- eat spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. T. P. Dodson. Miss Love McSpadden of Bloom ing Grove spent several days here the vast week with her sis- ter, Mrs. T. P. Dodson and fam- ily. be of help to you. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Byers and children FOR RENT--2 houses. 1 4-room and 1 5 room in Phillips-Bailey addition. See Dwight Carson or Robert Griffin. City. vortable Typewriter. In excel- lent working condition and looks like new. Terms to responsible parties. See it at the NEWS Office. Nuel Vandagriff who has been FOR SALE- Good Bermuda Hay critically ill for the past week See DWIGHT CARSON at Mala- with pneumonia is slowlY-improv koff Lumber Company. lag. Attending physicians be. lieve now that he will recover. LOST_.Blue tickled s tt r bird dog. $25 reward for return to i~ A. S UNDERWOOD, Athens, Texas. D J _. Fish Reproduction R . H, BuRTis Tl~re .some 13,000 known ~ - DENTIST species of fish. Because small. ~ er fi~reY of larger ones, ~ X-RAY DIAGNOSIS ~ntltles of eggs are pro- ~ New Spencer-Carroll Building. duced, each cod depositing B.AthenS'O Texas about ten million annually, but sura~tehing. ~ome ~sh eggs hat , inwhile WEN, M.D. sot.he, like tl!e brook frout, re- quire as nmch as three months. ~ PHYSICIAN and" SURGEON N s erVn o.. Office with Flsgg Drug Co, " " - :- - : -- .... " MALAKOFF ran, opening Monday at the Ritz Theatre, "Although I have never been officially enuaged," Phillips Holmes declares, "I am looking forward to that time with the keen expectancy of happiness." In the picture, Lois Moran. as .Diana" breaks her engagement vow to Holmes who portrays '"tony," a sentimental sweet- heart who remains faithful dur- ing three years' absence in Cana- da. "My portrayal of 'Diana' calls for me to be untrue in the picture explained Miss Moran, "but I cannot conceive myself doing so in real life. I must admit, how- ever, that circumstances often warrant the modern girl doing SO." Give us your Banking Business. We will show you by the way we take care of it how much we appreciate it. First State Malakoff, Texas Walter Byron, Mae Clark, Mrs Patrick Campbell and Tyrrell Davis complete the all featured cast. 6REATESI SHOW OF KIND ON ROAD Chandler Sprague directed. Will Exhibit Here Nine.tantlm of all the diseases of t l _the American people can be traced directly to constipation, doctors say. Constipation throws into the system poisons which taint and weaken every organ of the body and make EVENING PERFORMANCES 7:45 them eMy vietinm for any germs , ,BiG ACTS which attack them. Prevent constipa- tion and you will_avoid nine-tenths 1 of all diseases, with their consequent pain and financial losses. Herbine, {he good old vegetable cathartic, will relieve constipation in a natural, ~UmI~IOHi ..I--....._...~._ " ~msy and pleadant way. For sale by FLAGG DRUG COMPANY. ADULTS .... 25c CHILDREN ....15c Read th~ Adver~semen~. Some men would get along much fast- er if they didn't lose so nmch time tell- ing other people how smart they are., We wish to announce to our friends that lmve just purchased'the Aug. tell time shop and are now actively engaged in the business of repair- ing leather goods. We cordially invite all of our friends to pay us a visit and give us an ovportunity of serving you in our line. We shall use 0nly the best materials and abso- qutely guarantee all our work to give perfect sat. isfaction. What more can we say? Malakoff, Texas ' O, The QUALITY uro within the reach of ALL 5.00.19 (29 x 5.00) 5.50.19. (29 x S.S0) 6.00-20 (32 x 6.Oh) OLD TIRES are expensive to "wear out.., punctures, delays, repairs eat up more than they *are worth~ Trade them in on safe, new 'Go0dyears at our low 1931 prices. IAR Wpes. Your size is here! Values possible 0nly'because Goodyear Ibuilds millions more tires than any' other corn}any., OUARANTEED TIRE REPAIRING Malakoff, Texas