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THE MALAKOFF NEWS |6 -- ........................ " i VOL. i T " " , y, , y, y 26, 1932 No. 21 Baccalaureate Services ]Preaching Services Held [Local Music Class is COTTON TllREAD ,WORK SltIRT$ Held Sunday Evening [ In Mankin Community [ Presented In Recital ' . The auditorium of "the schoo I .... Be" [ Miss Goldie Noble s music . For SaM taUrladkaYof,f, MaT Yex2a8s th. For sewing, good Men s blue york 1 t ev and Mrs. E alrd' ' grade, the spool_._. /.U shirts, only ...... building was filled to overflow [had lunch with Mr and Mrs. G [class gave their recital last ffri- .... i ................ ins las Sunday evening on theiR. Pierce, of the Mankin corn- [day night with %he following " occasion of baccalaureate service[ munity, 1 a s t Sunday. Rev. [ taking part on the program Pillsbury's Best .................... 1.18 ' MUSLIN MEN'S SOCKS , The songs by the choir, of about lBeaird preached at the,old Man ] Billie Ruth Haines, Gerald [ Pillsbury's Absolute ................... 85 bleached or un- Men's work socks I thirty voices, was beautifuhy[kin school house at 3 o clock in [ []rooks. Billie Clark, Joycc ToP " = Pillsbury's Big X ...................... 65 bleahed, theyd ..... thepair ............ I and feelingly rendered. The ] the afternoon. Hehas made albert, Amy Ruth Tolbert, Oaida SLICED BACON 2-1bs. :25 solo by Miss Vera Lee Hearn wasl regular apt ointment for that[ Mar Reagan, Clareed Corder, PERCALE btEN'$ UNi0N SUITS of a very high order and display- [ place and at tile time mentioned ]Jean Tolbert, Wanda Ray Cllilds Fast color prints SummerNain. ed preparation and culture. 13e. M. every fourth SundaYiBillieBurtonPhares, Helen Me- SALT 10 5c packages .25 36" wide, yd ..... |2U seek Unions ..... Prof. C. H. Thurman read forlafternoon. Possibly, a little I Donald, Mable McElro], Joyce , the scripturelesson, the 15th CA. later on he will preach there two Ford, Marzelle ['hat'o, Ellen Bell EET POTATOES kiln.dried, bu. .45 SILK HOSIERY WORK SHOES St. John's Gospel, a very appro-[Sunday afternoons in each month[Smith, Billie Mobley, Jcrel Mob- SW Full fashioned, pure silk, Good quahty black, glove priate scripture for the occasion t Every one is invited to these ser- [ erly. All newshades cut composition flA Rev. Neal D. Cannon, a former[vices and urged to take advant- I This was the bost recital we CATSUP large size .10 pastor of the Methodist Churchlage of this ooportunity of having ihave ever attended, give? by the pair ......... Ol[ l sole, the pair ..... here and now pastor of the 1st.Ireligious services iti that imme-]small children. We were de- .......... Methodist Church, at Tempson]diatecommunity. ll ghted with their proficiency. P-NUT BUTTER quart .20 Tex., delivered the sermon, his[ Reporter. [ Every one enjoyed the occasion " text being, Eph 4:13 "--unto a[ -- - .... [very much. J. C. PENF ,Y CO., INC perfect man-- ',a very forceful[ Religious lndi(ference ] One presen,. RD 8-lb, bucket .49 and impressive message for the] __ ] -- Athens, -.- Texas occasion, Jack Crews and W J] .Just how far a people can in-[ The Epworth League will meet PICKLES quart .13 McCollum, two of o u r very[dnlge in religious indifference, at their usual hour, next Sunday - m prominent and promising young [ without serious hurt to the in.[evening. Let all the leaguers be M!LK 6 small cans ,15 m - . mm - -- ' men, were the graduates. [ dividuai, i n the home, and to the [ present and on time. :ommeflcement.Exerci.ses At ] T I" The platform was beautifully[community ass whole, no onel RICE " 2 packages .23 Trinidad Fnday Nae, May 27 decorated with flowers and ever- ] knows" it is known that] Born to Mr, and Mrs. Noster ' " .... " t I greens. All in all, it was ahigh[the hurt begins with the indif-la fine girl last Saturday. Mrs. :The Commencement Exercises[ day occasion in the histor of]ference' and both grow worse[Noster and the baby are in the Of the Trinidad High School will[ Mrs Wm. Riddlesperger and the Trinidad High School, and[the father we indulge SomelNavarro Clinic at Corsicana. All C0RN 4 large cans .25 the young men graduates. Every [ have gone to that extent, in this [ parties are doing nicely, except take place on Friday night, May [son of the Cross Road commumty one in the large gathering en- i indulgence' until they are al-I the father, and he is alright, ex- 27, at the High School Aud to-ispent Monday in the city with rium. An impressive Bi-centen- [Mrs, D. B. Owen and family, joyed every umber on tile Pro- imost, if not altogether east re- [cept he h a s taken, second tal Program has bee. arranged ] .... i , gram and every mment f the ]demption from that awful habit I grwth'" Harbour's Grocery f0r the occasion, leading parts] Mr. and Mrs. D. Curtis left time, and will profit by the help- I It is no trick at all to find some:l being taken by the two graduateslTuesday for Mineral Wells to at- falness of the occasion. Every ]thing to substitute for Loyalty ] Mrs. Ed Miller is on the sick "WHERE MALAKOFF TRADES" " W J. McCollam and Jack M. Itend the Republican State Con- one, Who has contributed in any ito the Church and to their God [list, having been quite sick for a Crews ]vention. , way, from the least to the great- ]Indulgence! What a privilege,[day or so. but is improving at All patrons and friends of the[ .... , est, to the building up of the[ but a deadening privilege. Can't I the present writing. Iwe beh you out of that pmvflege, ] Mrs. R. K Hunter has re- school are cordially invited to be I Miss Alyne Doherty of Waco Trinidad School drew a dividend, . on thel investment, and can, ,, " " " e * " present. ]is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E... ............ t rehgmus mdiffer .nee . ]turned from a several weeks vis Jushy, reel prouctoz their acmev. R E BEA[RD, Pastor, -. Earl Gentry and Grady ShireyI Mrs. Kervin Dial of Temps , -" ]Matthews here this week. ] ' to her mother l ............. MISS GENTRY [ ment, especially can all of the] ~ ]Miss. Mrs. Hunter was called were Dallas visitors Monday. ]Texas spent the weeg-end in 1 faculty of the school, who haveSharm Res onslbdlt HONORED . Mr. and Mrs. F E. Cane and ] " g P " " " Y ]to her mother several weeks ago _ ~ [city the guest of Miss Eiizab contributed t o t h e success Miss Theretta Bartlett enter" I children of Dallas spent the week I [on account of her serious illness Get Crazy Wells Crystals at[Gentry" achievedby the two young menI What a joyous place for a]and has staved with her through WEIRS ] __ rained with an eight o'clock bridal t end here with her parents, Mr. . . ....... dinner, at the home of her parents t and Mrs. E. G. McIntyre. Mrs, graduates, see the fru tsof thel lpreacher, of my mchnatmns, lthese weeks, helping to nurse -- F.E. Dodson of Canadian is Mr. andMrs, T A BartlettSr,[Earl Gentry returned to Dallas labors and find place zor rejoic-[temperament, and habits, iS [ her back to health' ShereDorts RoyWeirJr. received a corn-[the citythis wee visiting honoring Miss Elizabeth Gentry twith them Sunday afternoon for ing in their long and faithful Trinidad, if only, the peo )le, who her mother much im roved, be mission as 2nd Lieutenant in theI family. task performed, can, would attend the religious ide-eleet of J, D. Waller, [afewdays visit. . [ ] |ng able to be upandPabou: her Reserve Officers Corps, Tuesday,] An orchid and yellow motif was l , _ _ May all the juniors take cour- [services where I preach f wi h Ihome " He has been working on this] f) AnTH I Carried out in the decoration. TheI Mr. andMrs. Hayden Allen and age and labor earnestly, lookingtto assume the responsibility ell " -- course for the p as t severalI ble was with laee cover over children visited Mr. and Mrs forward to the day of their corn-[helping you religiously.]vlsitmgMrS Cowanher daughter,f Arlington,Mrs C. iSc months, ] s - yellow satih. Tall yello candles t Frank Cartlidge in Corsicana over mencement ] When you stay away from the ] " " " . n esent U rel e Hudspeth dud familyfOr several DODGE G NTRY were at each end of the lthe week-end. O e pr . ]preaching service, ,yo eas ] " hie with a minature bride and I . . I the preacher irom ad responsi- ] days. Veto underneath an arch ofI Mrs. W. T. Eustace of Athens Woman's Mmsmnary SocietYibility. and take it all upon your-t Mr. S. n- as accept- UyofThe Valley marking the[visited her sister, Mrs. R D. __ [self. When you attend the re-]ed a position with the Hawn The study how we ot our hgmus servmes regularly, when Lu nter of the table. Yellow and[Melton Sunday. , g ] [ mberCo, of Athens. He is hid nut cups combined with] . - Bible, "by the Womans Mission-]I preach, the responsibility iS]making the trip daily in his car. oplacecardewere used, i Mr andMrs.H.C. Moorespent dry Society--lesson for la s tilargely shifted to my shoulder.I n . . . - Malakofl, -:- Texas Monday afternoon, being the[Do you want to assume all re- [ ev annon ann wize SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY! The guests were; Misses Eliza. lthe week-end with relatives in fifth and sixth chapters," Wy. [sponsibility, or will you make!were visitors in the home of Mr. Gentry, Dorothy Flagg, ] Love Lady. ' ' h m me share 1 and Mrs W P, Crews while m m ma Bartlett., Mrs. T E.] _ cliffesBibleand Tyndales Bi.]me appybylett" g "t[ .. ' ' . v wa Tmmdad on the occasmn of the swart Messes Robert H PickelMi hie--was well attended. Seem-[with yon'? [ ha e no y 6f] Armour's 25.pound '1[ [ ss Dorothy Flagg spent the baccalaureate exercises, return ;, HllisBone, Fran vL?eRrUe,[week-end with her parents, Mr, iogly, noone could attend theieompelhng;|t wouldn t do any[.mg home Tuesday morning," Pure " bucket ies without profiting by so doing./your voluntary act in this matter/" - l-lb. package ........ 08 2.1b. package......15 mton W al . land Mrs. H. L Flagg. lectures on this course of stud [good if I did, bat I do p)ead forI " Especially should every christian[Come to Church next Sunday./C PURE CANE SUGAR I ]fi )NORS BRIDE }Dan Gentry, A. L. Kirby and W ........ :r deem a great pmwlege to have ISubject, 10:45 A.M. he Phillips left Monday for Hous- ' " " 8 ' k Miss Elizabeth Gentry, bride[ton to attend the State Conven. brought to them the most won- [man Chrmt. Evemng, o cloc ]Sunday School ....... 9:45 A. M 25 pounds for .................................. 1 derful and touching truths, eon-]" he Divine Christ'. ]Preaching 10 45 a m, 7 30 m O.' K. SOAP etofJ. D, Waller was theltion, cerning the construction of thef R,E BEAIRD, Pastor.[WomansM-S^' " norse Saturday afternoon for Bible, by the author of the book] - ' in . :_fv eac.n tv or,a y Big yellow, 1u-oz. bars. 6 bars for_; .............. ihower and tea given by Mrs [ Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bankston we are now stu.lying. Let a l, ] Mrs. W. P. Crews is number- rayer ]oie mc ure__ : v r" wednesday J, Schoil, Mrs. W. B Payne[and Miss Marseilles Pettigrew whoean possibly arrange to doled among the sick of our com- " " ' LUNA SOAP . Iary Eva s at the love- [ and Mrs, Ellen Cushinberry all so, be present next, Mondav[munity at the present time. ]Senior and Junior League_.6:30 12bars for .............................. _ ........ u g,t ' t P M Sunday Mrs H. C. Riddlesper. o f Dallas attended the Com- afternoon 2;30, at the churcl , iHowever, it is reported hat she/ ' " ty guests. ]mencement Sermon here Sunday. A member. [is improving. [World Club._6:30 P. M. Sunday. SALAD DRESSING I e was covered with[ - ........ ......... . Krafts or Blue Plate. 16 oz jar 19c, 8 oz. jBr ..... ml g le el th, ver mk ] Ed Hefner is visiting L. C. Mrs. F, D. Shaw of Eustace Nuel Vandagriff left Friday Strap Watches an ideal gift at FRUIT SALAD w th a center Hanks and family at Marshall spent Monday in the city with for the government hospital at lower prices at WEIRS Silver City, New Mexico where White Swan brand. No. 2 cans. each .............. rose buds this week. and lighted with tapers, in tall candle sticks of sandwicher, and salted nuts In the sun parlor, gifts were displayed, esteem in which the held by her many friends. B, T, S. PROGRAM May 29th. 7:00 P. M. fllenge of Christ" Introduction--Miss Syble Reece Part One--Grady Shirey Mrs. Lee Smith, Roy Weir. Jr. was a vmitor in Mrs. Kate Nowlin of Athens, Waco Monday. candidate for District Clerk was a Malakoff visitor Saturday after- Parafine Wax for canning 12c noon. Part Five-Mrs L. W. Pierce, he will undergo medical treat- ment. Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Welborn of nut Creek this week Mrs. R. D. Johnson of Taylor is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Finney for a few weeks. Mrs. G. C. Brownlow visited sister, Mrs Gordon in Corsi- edna Friday. his mother, Mrs. R. D Melton. visitors in Corsmana Monday, Mr. and Mrs. S,' J. Hall a n d W.D. Puterbaugh and Mrs.H little daughter of Jacksonville p, Ady lef Monday to attend the spent the week.end here with his the Republican State Convention parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Hall. at Mineral Wells, Dan Gentry paid up this week Mrs. J G. Fowler is spending for the News another year. the week with relatives in Dallas Mrs Lula Green and daughter Dyer Morrison was added to Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Evans and of Athens visited her brother, G, the News' subscription list this little daughter spent Sunday in week, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore of Palestine were Malakoff visitors Sunday. Mrs. G, E Matthews a n d children attended the graduation exercises at Waco Friday. Her sister, Miss Alyne Doherty was a member vf the class. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cartlidge were Kerens visitors Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Johnson and baby returned to their home in Meadow Texas after spending a month in the city with their parents. They were accompan- ied by W.M. Pirtle, Mrs, Y. E Crawley, Marguerite Johnson for a few days visit, DELMONTE PEARS Packed in' pure syrup. No. 3 cans, 24c; No 2 can_. GRAPE FRUIT JUICE Florida Gold brand No. 1 cans. 3 cans for ........ , ! PIMIENTOS Dromedary brand. 7 ounce can ................... i MUSTARD Atlas brand. Full quart jar ...................... I l OLIVES Fancy Spanish. 14 ounce jar ...................... ..== ,, GELATIN DESERT Royall's quick setting, per package ................ l SANITARY CANS No. 3 per 100, 4.25 No. 2 per 100 .... We have plenty of extra lids.