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MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank P. T.medici,e KILM&N, and Surgery M. U.,,:i;' i MALAKOFF TRINIDAD ',' Pd Phones 81, 78, 71 Phone 341 ._~ : Kilman Hospital, Malakoff, No. 81°.lm ,, "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" .... - MALAKOFF: H, ENDERS?N CouNTY, TExAs, FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1936 , NUMBER, L 33 W. A. (Dad) Mal. J MHS Students Win Frank LaRue Agency " " .... ----'--' ~ i , i i i H H lilt colm Buried Here Three First PlacesOpens Insurance Of- " AN Friday Afternoon At District Meet rice In Halakoff I , [ i[' , ) L dlbdb I Last rites for W. A. (Dad) The MalakoffSchools, as a re. Frank LaRue, owner of the I ii :I:]S:Y" Malcolm, former Malakoff citi- suit of the District Interscholas- Frank LaRue Insurance Agency . zen, who died at the County tic Leaguemeet held in Tyler ofAthens, has just recently pur- On the Highwa Farm near Athens Thursday, Friday and Saturday, were win. chased the agency operated by were held at the Malakoff Ceme- ners of three first places, Junior Mrs. Martin Eastwold here, and .................. VOLUME 24 II Full fashioned pure thread silk All SATURDAY OUR ANNUAL Darning Kits, with Buttons. Needle and Thimble -- I I I Full cut blue Chambry Priced- over Rayon plated The pair-- Roll-Top Garters or 18 yards of Knit- ting Yarn .... Ill Illl I II II New Sun.Tan Pants . 98c Shirts ". . 89c l ipana Tooth Paste . 39c] J & J Baby Po. . 19c I Hinds H & A Cream 39c Tennis Shoes all sizes Treet Blades . . . 8c Luxor Po. & Perfume age Listeriae Tooth Paste 19c IlI i, I I Ill Ill I I I Member Federated and Red and White Stores tery on Friday afternoon. "Dad" girls' declamation, boys' high has opened office quarters in the as he was familiarly known to school tennis singles, and boys' old First State Bank building, Cash Specials-Sat. 'til Mon. , t ttHi t,t, t tu t t Hi, tt t ttH 3 large cans .20 i H , t t many friends here, lived here a extemporaneous speaking; a sec- LaRue agency will continue number of years and earned his ond place in high school essay n force all of the policies that livelihood at various occupations, writing; and two third places, were handled by the Eastwold .... For some time, it will be remem- high school track and Senior agency. Spaghetti-Macaroni bered, he conducted a fruit stand girls' declamation. Mr. LaRue has been engaged .... in the lobby of the post office, l Miss VivieE Marie Kirby re- in the insurance business in Ath. which was then located in the, presented the AlamoWard school ens for the vast several years Jet Oil Polish blk-brown Tanner building, now occupied in Junior declamation and was a- durimz which time he has made a .............. by Payne's Drug Store. warded first place. Vivien Marie special study of every phase of While engaged in this latter is the older daughter of Mr. and the insurance business. The a- 2 1"2 cans 2 for business, one of his daughters, Mrs. LeRoy Kirby. Vernon gency here will handle all kinds ............. who lived in another part of the Whitehead, son of Mr. and Mrs. of insurance, as is announced by Post Toasties large State, came and carried "Dad" : Fred Whitehead, came out victor the big special advertisement ap- back to her home. He did" not in the boys' extemporaneous pearing elsewhere in this issue ........................... remain there for long, however, speaking, winning over nine oth- of the News. Miss Grace Flagg Cream Meal 20-1bs for soon thereafter, it was learn- er contestants. Vernon repre- will be in charge of the Agency's that he had been placed on thesented the school last year at offices here. ................... County Farm in this county. He the district meet in this event, Gallon Jugs 2 for .25 has resided there for the oast but won only third place. 0il Company Em.............................. several years. At his death, he Earl ("Spec") Rogers, son of was sixty.nine years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Eber Rogers, cap- ploye Injured In Salad Dressing qt. .24 During his life time, "Dad" tured another district title for had requested that he be buried the third consecutive year in boys' Hoisting Casing ........................... in Malakoff and in response to singles. He defeated the repre. ---- any flavor 4 for ,25 that request, Dwight Carson, sentative from Van, playing Grower Cleveland Walker, 21, .......... who was regarded by "Dad" as five sets with the scores be- employeeof the Fields and Simms one of his closest friends, went ing 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, 4-6, 6.2, "Spec" drilling contractors, was injured 2 pounds personally after his remains and represented the local high school while on duty at one of the loci- , .................. ........ brought them back here for bur- in the State meet last year. tions near Cross Roads Sunday ial Friday afternoon. The ser- The essay entered by Martha afternoon, while the crew was at 2 pounds , vices, in the presence of but a Huff was awarded second place, work hoisting casing. The acci ............................. few friends, were conducted Doris Mitchell of the high school dent occured when a portion of iomtly by Key. Thomas M. Price won third place in the Senior the casing slipped and struck 2 pounds girls' declamation contest. A Walker on the head. third place was won by the local The injured workman was high school track team with a rushed to the Kilman Hospital md Rev. H. B. Laney. Local Chevrolet Salesman Awarded total of 16 points. Vernon Pat- here for medical treatment. His ten won 9 of the 16 points for injuries consisted of a slight con- Malakoff team. First place cussion and two long lacerations Pickle and Pimiento, Cheese and Nacaroni 3 for 'S Trip To Factory thm event went to Edgewood, across the scalp. In one place with a total of 54 and three-four- the scalp was torn completely Paul Bankston, car salesman th points, loose from the skull. Although still confined to the hospital here, for the Royall Chevrolet Com- • ........ the patient is reported to be get- piny here, is spending this week Trinidad Child ting along nicely. at the factory in Detroit, Michi- gan as guest of the Chevrolet Mot- IS Painfully Cut Texas Centennial or Company. The signal honor ----- ECONOMY STORE Pure granulated came to Mr. Bankston in recogni- Little Miss Joy Thedford, 8, '. F To Run l0 pound tion of his membership in the grand-daughter of J. A. Corder cloth bags 'Hundred Car Club" for 1935. of Trinidad, is suffering from a 0nly Through 1936 AComplete Line of Good Merchandise n a as ..... RISFree____ n' I T°begivenmembershipinthis'v----'"" " ................. ................................... ' AYER ASPI S ] doze club, it was necessary for theI H IHII I Dallas, Texas, ,April 14--The • q ANS : salesman to make 200 sales $25,000,000 Texas Centennial ,! e You ][ o(d[lnt, mr Sh,) BE .... No. 2 cans Not first quality points, which is equivalent to the THE GREATI l o$ition which opens here June 6 sale of 100 new cars. Two points will run only during 1936, Mann- a • I ttu[ were givenwith each new car REFRISEFI# ger William A. Webbdeclaredto- hat Dlf :erent? i t.dl and one point for each used car. 0[: ALL T! day. Rumors t; the effect that Mr. Bankston left for Dallas this Southwestern World's Fair Per dozen | Z heads for Monday where he attended a would carry over into 1937 were 10c , , I 7 c banquet given for the club Mon- declared without foundation by i day night. Tuesday morning the its management. • ' ' group boarded a special train for "The year 1936 is Texas Cen- t_.._..., pound can I Detroit. The train will reach tennial yearin which the Texas with I Ib, Centennial Exposition commemo- rllio I Dallas on the return trip Sunday "" afternoon. Mr. Bankston is the rates a hundred years of Texas FLOUR Guar. to make white biscuits I i only Chevrolet salesman in Hen- independence and progress," Mr. Vs,|f, Oh,:, Ground while you waitl to make the trip. 'of freedom is observed only once a.~altl}r UP41,41, 2 pounds I Rirth- in a hundred years and we have $ - not even considered extending SYRUP ==c--h( day In Famdy Reunion the Exposition periodwe will close showint°as ache.1937' Made by Jno. $iles, W.D.Large cans Blue and White Mr. A. M. Roberts of this city duled." Then see our' new Sandals and celebrated his 77th birthday Sun- Recent national expositions Puterbaugh and J. R. Tur. or Red and White with a birthday dinner given at have been extended into secondBroad Straps_ See them i lington, Gallon 2 cans for his home. All of his children year events as in the case of A ..._them on. and grandchildren were present Century of Progress at Chicago , . o for the occasion. The guests and the San Diego Exposition. ,, were: E. E. Roberts and family, Since the Texas Centennial Ex. STilt's Brookfield Spread 0t " O IC Campbell's Tomato Juice 7c t t t s tm I , Absorbs grease readilyI Fine for draining fried or W. E. Roberts and family, O. Henderson and family, Mrs. J. R. Jackson and family, Mrs. Eva Foster, and Mr, and Mrs, P.E. Pettigrew, all of Malakoff; P. O. Roberts and family of Ardmore, Oklahoma; Dunn Roberts of Viv- inn, Louisiana; Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Roberts of Arp; Mrs. H. L. Rogers and son and Mrs. H. M. ell of Dallas, M~d lllustmted--~KO.SO. All Prl~t~ lm~ud. ~.llv~v'f, lnltldlslio~. position commemorates a definite historical happening of one hun. dred years ago, it could not logic. ally be continued as a Centennial year, those in charge point out. ..... painful cut on her leit foot. re-: ceived Tuesday afternoon when she stepped on a broken fruit while playing. She was brou to the Kilman Hospital here by Sam Brooks, where she received < Good grade blue Chambry Light weight fancy Rayon Work Shirts-- Sox--First grade 7 :i~[¸, ii:i~ i(•¸ ;