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May 10, 1935

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. i):::~ /i/ :j i iii iiiiil/i: i!II ii!i:ii!ii /iiii: i : i. .... MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank ,i "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P. T. gILMAN, M. U. Medicine and Surgery Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 71 I ME 23 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1935 NUMBER 36 ! Member Federated and Red and White Stores Observe NATIONAL COTTON WEEK, May 6th to Ilth. Wear Cottons that are crisp and new and in very gay patterns. Dainty Batistes, Flax. pus, Cords, Linens, and Heavy Laces ;C tO Keep cool in cotton frocks. A variety to se- lect from. Prints, Dot- ted Swiss, Eyelet Batistes Something dainty for her? Have Undies. Lin- ens, Bed Spreads, Etc. A most complete line of Men's Shirts in the Pattarn you want at the price you want. 79c-$2.00 A complete showing of Ladies a n d Men's Whites. Always "Peters" For the warm weath. er you'll want a cool hat, Soft Straws or Sailors. I I! Member Federated and Red and White Stores Don't forget to say Hello Robert Bishop Injured In Automobile Collision Robert Bishop, car salesman for the Henry Motor Company, was injured late Saturday night on highway 31 about a mile east of Malakoff when his car was struck b y another automobile. He was returning to Malakoff from Athens when the car in which he was riding was drown- ed out by the heavy rain. He obtained another car to push him into town and after he had got- ten this car in place and stepped out to get into his own car the rear car was struck by a machine ~zoing west. He w a s thrown clear of the car falling on the soft road shoulder. He was carried to the Kilman Hospital in Malakoff and treated for a long gashon the forehead and a dislocation of the right shoulder joint. Elmo Wilson, Ruby Moore, Lo- vera and Francis Patton were the occupants of the other car and all escaped with but minor injuries. Both cars were badly damaged. To Foster Cream Supper It has been found necessary to use larger globes and reflectors in lighting the soft ball ground with the result that the promo- ters, the Young Men's Bible Clas- ses of the Baptist and Methodist churches, will foster an ice cream Maury Hughes Will Address Graduates The people of Malakoff will have the opportunity of listening Saturday Marks Begin. ning, Series Of Events Next Saturday, May lltti marks to one of the outstanding orators the beginning o f a series of of the Southwest, when Hon. Trades Day events to be held in Maury Hughes of Dallas delivers Malakoff during the remainder the commencement address to of the year. the graduates o f this year's graduating class on the night "of May 24th, Mr. Hughes has long been one of the most prominent figures in the affairs of Texas, having serv- ed in many positions of responsi- bility in the governmental fife of the state. Last year he was one of the candidates for the high of- rice of Governor of the state. He has accepted posts of responsi. bility under the present National Administration. Mr. Hughes has the reputation of being one of the leading attorneys of Texas. School authorities of feel themselves extremely fortu. nate in obtaining the services for this occasion of such an outstand- ing figure as Mr. Hughes and are looking forward with much pleas- ure to his visit here. Gymnasium Corner Stone Laid Tuesday Plans are being made that these events will not only prove tobe entertaining but profitable as well to those who trade with Malakoff merchants, Valuable prizes will be distrib- uted during the day and mer- chants are offering~especially at- tractive bargains in all lines of necessities, thus you are afforded an opportunity to purchase sea- sonable merchandise at substan tial savings. A large quantity of circulars setting forth rules and regula- tions governing Malakoff Trades Days has been printed and dis- tributed. Get one of these cir. eulars, familiarize yourself with the rules, then meet your friends here Saturday. Chicago Man Injured In Auto Accident Here Edward Maine, 20, of Chicago Ill.. was seriously injured Thurs- In an impromptu ceremony in day night in an accident one mile which several of the cltizens of West of the Trinity River on Malakoff took part, the corner highway 31. He was traveling stone of the Malakoff school gym- west in a 1934 ford car and ran supper on the ball ground to- nasium was laid Tuesday after- intothe rear of a trailer attached ~'~.~,~,.~,.mm night, Friday, May 10th, hop- noon of this ~eek. Mr. W. D, to a Model T car. The trailer did =-~. ',,=,.~=,w=J.m,~=r.~=~,v=1 ing in this manner to raise funds Puterbaugh had charge of the in. not have a tail light and was not ~ with which to purchase the need- formal program in which Rev. seen in time to avoid a collision. "Where Malakoff Trades" ECONOMY II I _ I I [ STORE No. 2 100 Lbs. SLICED J Don't Fail to Visit This Store Saturday .... We Will SAVE YOU MONEY! No. 2 1-2 cans 3 Cans for I Rid home of ants 9 Oz. Can 3 Lb. DEL MONTE Apricot---Pineapple In I-4 Lb. I-2 Lb. bulk Libby's 18 Oz. 23c 39c new section of the Cayuga oil field, and Miss Futrell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Futreil, of Malakoff. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Miller will be at home in Mala- koff, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hamil and son and Mrs. Lon Garrett of Houston spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bartlett. Mrs Garrett remained over for a few days. Mr. Miller is employed with Sims & Field Oil Contractors in the trell were united in matrimony. Baptist C h u r c h auditorium, where Mr. Miller and Miss Fu- Jim Hunt Evans of Malakoff, has been named case worker for the Henderson county relief or- ganization for Malakoff and vic- inity, his appointment increas- ing the number of investigators for the local office to ten, Mr. Evans will take part of the ter- ritory which has been covered in the past by Earl Pierce of Trinidad. Mr. Pierce will con. tin ue to make investigations in Trinidad, Tool and nearby areas. Jim Hunt Evans of Malakoff Gets Job As Relief Case Worker uating class of the Malakoff high scl~ool with an average of 95.68 per cent and Miss Mary Flagg named as Salutatorian with an average of 94.89 per cent. Following is a list of the pros- pective graduates of the class; Ada Ann Prince, Alton Chain. bers, Doris Dodson, Geraldine Gordon, GertrudeBrannon, Ha- zel Beaird, Jewel Robertson, Jim. mie Kilgore, Johnnie Honey, Mary Lee Riddlesperger. Mary Flag'g, Marth~ Dee-Tidmore, Maude Hall, Marion Frances Pat- ton, Margorie Lou Bayless, O~ta 8h ,.Mnar * Wh ifred -_~ . to Mother Sunday The boys have contributed lib- News, a statement of the accom, injured man to the Kilman Hos- erally of their persona! means to plishments of the Malakoff pub- pital in Malakoff for treatment - Smm~a,m^'~ Large cans in to- Q ~ | ~#~ pro.mote t.hls undertaking and we licschools 1928-35, together with He was found to have a badly bell evethat the citizenship o f a complete list of all of the pupils mangled and broken right hand, ~m_azo~ WOUla ao well to of t h e Malakoff independent broken right arm and shoulder, .uuauaHI;o mato sauce or mustard L, IUl lolb lend their suppor with their school district, a list of the trus- six broken ribs, and several deep .~ D PALMOLIVE---Keep that Q ~m | r~#~ presence at this cream, supper, tees, a hst" of the teachers" of the cuts and abrasions about the ~.v it School Girl Complexion o 1~1 ~t$~ Soft ball is taking the country system, a list of the graduating head and body and possible in- ternal injuries. Ca, 1 0C I clean sport most assuredly will eo le who contribute . Mr. Maine is still confined to " ~ t"- . ~owdr|t$ by storm and_ fans. who love good. classp P of 1935, a list of alld oftuthose~,,: --- - I The Better approve of its being supervises erection of the ~vmnasium ~n~ the hospital and according to last ~EI ,O Ass't Flavors 6[ Shortenin~ in Malakoff by these two Biblea statement o)" the M'a]ako"ff reports is resting well. i classes ~-~ ~ school board to posterity was The qars and trailer were all Jell As~t~orrSl4c Large Bucket 'placed in the corner stone and badly damaged. Occupants of -- -- [ I I~[~( ~ Model Tonly badly shaken up. Hiller-Futrell [sealed there by Mr. Petzol, the tgCreampt. 12c [ '~ p -- " ] supervising engineer for the Fed- Po L. Miller of Kaufman and Miss lson County. i0r Class Announced _ Tuesday nightat8:30 Mr. G, l era relief authorities of Hender-Honor Students Sen- vUttt Helmet Ruby Mac Futrell of Malakoff, ] .... accompanied by Mr. Cecil. Moore Miss Louise Vandagriff of Dal. |n;~,, Campbell's Q ~ 25~ and Miss Lucille Ferguson, drove lab is visiting her aunt Mrs W According to information ad- ~ua~,~; 14 Oz. t) 1~1 by Rev. J" L, Brantley's room E Roberts and family this week, vanced to us by Supt. Willis, Miss' ..~ and took him with them to the Maude Hall has been determined Valedictorian of the 1934-35 grad- be completed before dark. I II Jill view, and one copy of the Dallas Passing motorists brought the ed eq uipmenL A game between the two class. will be the feature of the occa- sion and will begin promptly at 6:15 p. m. in order that it might Brantley gave the invocation and The car struck the trailer and Rev. Geo. C. Hardy the benedic- over turned several times before tion. A metal box containing leaving the highway throwing two copies of The Malakoff News. the injured man clear ef the car one copy of the Athens Daily Re- onto the hard pavement. Seasonable Merchandise @ See Our Circular for [ I A Complete Line of Good Merchandise Twenty Pounds Princess