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THE MALAKOFF NEWS ENTERTAINS WITH BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Rob't Anderson ---- entertained a number of friends Mrs. John Ray Gu:nn with a delightful bridge party, of Dalies spent the at their lovely home in the Fuel here with her parents, Company a d d i t i o n Thursday Y0L. l Bartlett. evening. After the usual num- Beall of Tyler is in ber of names were played, dell- this week visiting her eious refreshments of two kinds ge Gentry and of sandwiches, olives, Angel Food cake and grape juice were served. iison and family and Theguestlistincluded: Misses and daughter Annie Pope Gilreath, Cally John- .end visitors in Sul- son, Elizabeth Daniel, Dorothy Harten, Mary Evans, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Scholl and H. Q. Moore a n d Albert Boone. Saturday on a truck carting the rigging i i I i ii i Trinidad, Henderson Coupty, Texas, Thursday, May 19, 1932 No. 20! I "Yet Lackest Thou One Thing" LUKE 18:22 Everyone familiar with the circumstances bringing forth the statement from Jesus, "Yet l mkest thou one thing", is also familiar with the spirit in which it was made, not in a spirit of criticism nor complaict, but in a R" T. Sanders was a visitor in spiritof love and sympathy; cor- that is to be used Dallas Thursday. rection and helpfulness. Jesus don't even make excuses: just lazy around, loiter about, no pur- pose, following the line of least resistance, curse government, find fault with the Church, be- moan their fate and sympathize with themselves in their mourn- ful condition. Like the young Ruler, what you lack no one else can supply, No one else can supply you with willingness nor the mineraltest in that Mrs. W. C. Christian, Mrs. H, looking at a young man of mat- by W. D. Moore of this L. Flagg and Mrs. J. H. Roberts niflcent habits and a noble char- were Corsicana visttors Friday. acter; a moralist of the very energy, if they could, the ChaR- of San Angelo Mrs. A. A. Garrett, and Mrs. highest type; seemingly, and no ees are, you would refuse the and Saturday Lere Claude Hamil and baby are visit- doubt was, honestly seeking the 0 id just like you ace refusing lts, Mr, and Mrs. E. inn her daughter, Mrs. T. A. one thing that he himself- had what help is now at )our corn- He was accompanied Bartlett, Jr. this week. already recognized was lacking, mand. You will have to supply 'n trip by his little Mrs. Roger Harbour, Mis s "What shall I do to inherit e r- your lack. Of course, a!l of this Fayrene, w h u Will Margaret Evans were visitors in nal life? ' There i s no doubt is none of my business, and I home with him in that Mabank Friday. about his seeing the need of the shouldn't care or mention it, but Ivanelle Easley of Athens was absent grace if his life would be I do care and in brotherly spirit rounded out according to his in- I am begging you to come out of Mrs. Frank Dean of the guest of Miss Elizabeth Gen- terpretation of what life really that uncomfortable and misera- fired Mr. and Mrs. V. try over the week-end, consists of. He honestly want- hie state. Kick loose, break i Sunday. Mrs. Garvin Dunlap ofLeadhill ed to do the thing that he felt loose, come out of it, take ad- Mrs. R. E. Skiles and Ark is visiting her parents, Mr. would bring to him much satis- vantage of and appropriate to Miss Christine visited and Mrs. C. C. Fog this week. faStion, comfort and pleasure, "your relief and good everything at the Bavlor Hospital Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Parks and but when he came to know just available Life does tmld in store Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Webb of Dallas visit- what he lacked and that he him- [for you a different place. bwler left Tuesday for ed their mother, Mrs. J. A. Dod- self must do for himself the TO the non church member vhois as the "church member described above, let me say the same thing pertains to you. I know just where you are, I know j st what you feel when you think. I know there is, "One where he will t a k e son last Thursday. thing that would add to his al- of the Maguire Tailor Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Clark and ready noble ~haracter and give family spent the week-end with him access to God's grace, he Tyler and Mrs. relatives in Hillsboro. faltered and failed. Which is i baby returned Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harbour not an uncommon thing among their home in Mart Thursday and Mrs. R. I. Weir were business men, even in this day of ours. "WHERE M ALAKOFF.TRADE S'' Malakoff. Texas Personal Mention SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY ONLY 0+ 0+04, ~O~4m~,4~,~D +4,4 Mrs. Bob White and little Soda 4 10c boxes @2B daughter returned home last i i I Saturday, after h ving visited her sister, in Dallas for more Gold Dust 125c boxes .25 than a week. They report a very enjoyable v sit Laundry Soap 10 bars .17 Mr. and Mrs. R P Jarrell and little daughter, Marion, of Dallas Sliced Bacon 2.1bs. .2 5 visited in the home of Mrs. Jar- reli's parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. Pillsbury's Best ................... $1.18 E Beaird, the past week-end fiuaranteed Flour ..................... 75 Returning to Dallas Sunday af- High Patent Flour ................... 65 te moon. A very heavy rain fell here Hams finest grade, per lb. ,13 Sunday evening and night, re- tarding the progress of all farm- ing interest. Corn 3 large cans .23 Mrs. Lloyd Harris and Miss m Bertha Phillips left last week L 8 pounds for .................. .48 for a vacation outing at Glenrose. u/I 16 pounds for .................. .9 8 :They expect to be away about 10 days. _ Meal large sack .19 SPAmSH PLAY Milk 6 small or 3 large cans .15 One of the most interesting programs we have attended this Sweet Potatoes kiln dried .BO bu. year was given by the Spanish Class of the Trinidad Hi. School, l'hu,'sday eveningat Hi. School o_ opuus 10 pounus auditorium. Miss Vera Hearn, instructor of Spanish, planned and carried out a Spanish theme throughout. Spanish Programs ................ were given to each person attend- extended visit here with visitors in Dallas Thursday.[ want to modernize the whole thing you lack". I invite all to Melton. Fred Whitehead and Jack Tanstory of Jesus and the young try my plan before you condemn ing. Spanish plays, ably given, Hillof Winsborocame neT were business visitors in CoT ruler. Ido it in the spirit of it. Don't fall out with me for we represented,as well as songs ,fern visit with her sienna Friday. Jesus and for the same purpose speaking plainly. While it isandaBradleypS ,anis dinawehll,ancemu t con- bY sLllhan Dr J...A Fowler a n d ....... --not in the spirit of criticism, none of my business yet I care " m!m retu ew was a weeK- for I have no criticism to offer; Will you let me help' you breag clude by giving much credit to 4 1 Quart 0t 0il enct VlSl[or In 1)allaS , il vnnn: sP:::thGe' :: h li M:"andhMrS" E. L. Hart and tshti:;::dt2r d n gtY2:.?tt:m:to H::,en Yf:;?agn ::t: lt:in 2d IM'uS: 5 { all ms of Gas ..... 2:'. : 7 " "t dang ter of Mt. Pleas_ant any church member or profess- Church anci Sunday School. You --A Friend f!arKsvlJm wltn.t n.e were Malakoff visitors a. few ed christian wants to be careless shall be welcome and helped. aro .ner, elson Liureatn hours aturaay. Mrs. Hart and or negligent about his duties to "Yet lackest thou one thing?' THE w. M.S. Saturday, Nay 22nd, 1932 stony, rney were ac- baby motored on to Corsicana to his church and his God it is u- ..... nome !u, ms luarga, have the chtldls tonsds removed, none of my business, it is his ........... The Wmans Missionary So- I am opening an independent filling station three . .. WhO nas Deen v s t, white art returned to his business, but that does not keep eiety met at the Church Monday doors West of the picture show selling !n ma clty, aria lvlrs.. ]els.on homeon the evening train, me from wishing and praying Baccalaureate Services af rnoon, o'clock, for their earn ann nany wno wm ws t all d 1" ,, .... S.J. H an ttle daughter that they might seefit to do that ... Bible study. How we Got Our East Texas White Gas At 14c elty a Jew (lays.. . of Jacksonville spent a few hours which I know would result to--. , o[:ne ... . Bible". The lesson was taught r. owier s pen a tew here Sunday with his parents, their good. If any unsaved per- lrmiaaa ign : cbooi by Bro. Beaird. He, having :s onaay at the Mr a dM MediumOilperqt .....15c HeavyOil perql ....2Cc ..... . .... n re. s. A. Hall. I wants to continue and come Class of 1932 charted the lesson on a I a r g e p al m tgormcana uurmg the - ........ -_ .... _ Carney Kirby was a v sttor m l to the end of his or her hfe s -- Black board, was able to g~ve the Kerosene per gallon ..... 10c CiTe us a trial, qitlOll OI Mrs, l~orf. ~ "" Ft Worth Sunday. journey in that condition, thatHigh School Audttormm lesson m a very clear, forceful, I Mrs. E O. Dodson and " my ' ' way. was O rs E. O Wilson and Vernon " little'l also, m none of business, but Sunday, May 22. 8:15 P. M,and impressive There #I. A AT were Kerens visitors Fri- son, Joe l'eft Saturday for a visit that does not keep from wish- -- a good attendance aud every one 1-. u. uwner ] with her daughter, Mrs. Minnie[lag, and praying that they might Program appreciated the opportunity of ttle Gladys Joe Hanks o f] Reeves near Grapevine, [change. Trinidad has progress- Processional--Elizabeth Mitchell. the information gained by hay- .as is visiting he r grand.[ Mia; Alice n no [ed-'a most wonderful power Invocation-Rev. R. E. Bro. Beaird te mh this very Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Me- .." plant has been built here, gi ing Song--Cholr. important lesson. All of u u r re here this week. I na e-ts Mr w ~r lemployment to many of our cm- Scnpture-C. H Thurman. i people are mwted to attend next Flaffg, Dan Gentry and ............... " [zms, thereby being a great bles- Solo-Vera Lee Hearn. ] Monday, when Bro. Beaird will ....... " DODGE GENTRY ',. Riddlesneruer were busi- [ ........ I sing to those employed a n d l Sermon- Rev. Neal D. CannoIL g ve the lesson from the fifth and " . " " amuel Anclerson, me- . . - ,, Traitors in Dallas Monday. I Corkei Earl Holman and it-- ]their famflms. Trimdad h a s] Song--Ch )tr. s xth chapter of the book, How , n M"'re and Weldon [ 7, . ' . , . ] built a splendid school building l Recessional--Elizabeth Mitchell. ] we got our Bible."--A Member w , Jonnson oI Tyler spent ~unuay ' .... Fridavo for Leak ,, Texas llnere w tn me ........ ' _ [and, with the of the state, lBenedmtlon--Rev. R. E. Beatrd. [ -- Irmers parents'lmaintains a s lendid teachin ' i Malakofl, -:-":lexas m they will be engaged in J Mr and Mrs S A Anderson I. . p g l *' , ] iag mineral test for the ne t J .. w:,t. [lores, thereuy giving to the SCHOOL EXHIBIT -'---- ]months | ,m mr .lchildren of tile community an ] The Dorcas Sunday Schoo] For FRIDAY, bAIUKDA---"- "" and MONDAY _', ........ IWhltehead Saturday for only 25e[equal showing, eciucationally, "h t o.. .... [Class of the Methodist Church ss omnene reennm spent. . . . " a so' etoPaS8 o'cloe" r,.a visitorsa,te..,.O.,were nuaSU R; "pure 'cane.2. , . . ...... , ] Mr and Mrs. D. Curtis were[with children of other commum. ......... ]were entertained the pastThurs- weeK-eRa wtm relauves in ibusine_s visitors i- nail-- j-: ....... trom m a o cmc ano evening, I. . .......... , . , o . ,, .. .any haw oui, homes, ,.ay, .ore un i, 5 Ibs. $1.00 . . /day. /ot hers have provided homes bYlw;lcomed h Su:t, O H Thur [Church by group No. 2. Mrs. 88 Edna Wllhs spent t h e Y IUIDS ; mla 'wit''n er paren sln" / Mr. and J A Ballard and ]renting, all for the comfort and man and teach, seT oI"-:me ""uram-" IAlbert Jones, group leader, was SPUDS '" i - Jsonare attended the Funeral Di-Jprotection of t he i r families. ]ma a d Hi School to th . [assisted by her co-workers in !.ann., /reetor's and Embalmers Associa./Adequate business firms in near I col:rf:l and inter;stin- eSc%:; [furnishing an enjoyable after- Eoffof the Woffordltion in Fort Worth today, all lines are est blished herel:: ..... _s , Inoon for those present. Mrs. PURE LhRD 8lb.- bucket :53 nuni s ec sfull unde r, xmmu ever presences nere. . tY U y r- | Mrs Willard Shoemake of Ter- |for the convenience of the people | ......... J Beulah Mills gave a vocal solo ' . . iVIISSt iaoys primary ama or operation at the [reil is visiting her aunt. Mrs Y Jwhoin turn are contr bffhng to[ .... o ....... [and Mrs. R S, Gould gave a i ' , . . erry, . NEAL per sack .22__ S, Hospital n Cormcana at[E" Crawley this week ]the support of the well being Ofls_e_nd ---de ]reading as a part of the enter- lock Monday morning Shel Mrs Wm Riddles-er-er and lou r citizenship. M ny other._/_ d "% ..... [tainment. Ice Cream and cake "" -Ib, box ,I-'I, -s - ' P g tnira gra e, vJ'ss t s es, | reported to be gettingalongl .... ....R..a ....... ]things have the people done forl. . ........ r were served to 24 mem bers. All V t " v voo ,,,,,,o iourm grass, ffl 1 S S tsorula /" . . erynicely at hls tlme. |l Off visitors Tuesda,, Ithe comfort, safety and develop-I ............. expressed apprecmtlon to the CRACKERS -," t 'nt f i'i sh eorge, x)xm grass, lure. t'aui .... and M s. J E. Crawfor, t..... . . . lme o "is c zen ip. une :. ......... l aos esses Ior an enjoyable after- ...... l orn to Mr. and Mrs. onn Lewis t ........... t sixth .,d o .... th grade - -- . Morris' Purity or Swift's Jewel ,hlldren, Mrs. B.H. Mulml' ' o omer, m partmular, nat want a d i es . noon. --& t uest : _ |Mondayafinebabyby. ]or _. mh ........ /techer, ha ther r pect,ve LARD 81b.*bucketx.I lq P~ au hter were vi itor " to mentmn x e memomst ann , -- g s s m | Mr and Mrs Ed Selman of their- . . " .... Irooms decoratedwith the work . . it with Mrs Jno l t'or* " " / aptis congregations nave eaenl o .. WRy not get the Sunday Morn nd family Sunday. rWffrdcm mumtY-ea oy i)r tl uwen,aCcmpamspen [builtand furnished a splendidJ;hy;:;rP:P:ImSedt, theglatth:/:::t,. ,. ing habit of going to Sunday {[old Nedal OATS 5.1b. bag .28 tlair Doris Marle. ..... ;., " ' , [church building, capable of ade- | v e _. School each Sunday from 9"45 to eda painful injury Tuesda, Wednesday at. the P.& S, Hos. quate]y caring for the needs ofl: :he Y::rn='i::dhat f:s l:::et' 10:457 We will be glad tohave BROOMS " eac aOon when, while p]ayin; pltal in orslcana. w aere lvlrs, each congregation. Each main- I Man:, writin- b=ks showed how you. Think about it! Then come. h elman unaerwen a meaica! ex- J some other children t lnS a pastor w h o preaches I .......... - Reporter .21 - ............. amination .......... , .... [ me Ooy or glrl worKeu m an - she fell over a log w]ce each unaav. acn wnurcn .......... , , . .u -wsh-sbeen rec-i oa - .......... lenaeavormaomsorner oes - Toilet SOAP 9.bars .23 e: i:Pi i !i:i: RED lqAISl per 100.ibs..87 tin a|on t'ni v. " a , " g s of note. Yet la kest thou one " Preaching 10:45 a m, 7" 0 p. m CaD. PS , eel 'ettin' aln vervniceb" "=" " ....... lequipment has certainly beenen .... .... " wa- %" per 100-1bs. .98 . -, - - mmg, a wmmg ess toenergeti- " womans tu z each Monda and Mrs Fate Sher I and LOST Rat Terrier dog in the ......... / larged since the beginning of the .... Y , -- c uy approprmte wna nas een . Pra er Bi and C. E. Waldrom were fiat no,th nf oo,, ......... lhrst yearof school here. In all, y andble lecture_.7.30 ..... .................." aonetoyourmgneatgooa. There,. . P M Wednesday .r l..o.vo a.-o. Answers to .h. . . . . If yOU failed logo, you missed a - COOKING 01L per gallon .48 / Finder will;; , churon memoers pleasent afternoon and eyening, Senior and Junior League._6:30 _. use most any one P. M. Sunday M.!