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i: :i ,llili ti!: / /~ i~ I % Ann de ~-~"Ow ~ _~--- by Barry McWilliams ..... I - ring '] I I }l" I received an obscene phone call at What I want" to do was totelltbe = == my house Saturday. As usual, I idiot that my blackberry jelly needed to I I managed to blow it. The guy who called be stirred, that my first load a Satur- must have thought he had a real dingy day washing was ready to be folded, ~///, on the line. What a switch, that I had to hang up to take one of my My mother-in-law and I were in the children to the church to mow and the [ [ kitchen making blackberry jelly. In the other one swimming, and that if be had nearby utility room beth the washer that much free time he should volunteer ] and dryer were going, we had the vent-to work in the concession stand at the a-hood fan over the stove on, and we LitUe League ball games. Then he -~ also had a circulating fan on to help would want to sleep late on Saturdays } fan was placed near the telephone. I had run into Sbella Johuson when I ,.p .e -- c., ,, --d o, I answered as soon as it rang. Unable took Amy to the church. I needed to to hear what the caller was saying I check some of my Little League recor- , I said ,,nardon ds at home and call her back. He sair-d some ing again and I was Her husband, Gaylon, answered the Pardon me? I said again while Ihim the message to Sheila I told him turned off the circulating fan nearest about my phone call. '80 me. "Who was it?" he asked me. mosquitoes, and my snl "I don't know," I said. "Obscene it where I had been ou "Do you wear nylons?" the phone callers don't leave their names," work on Amy's pickup masculine voice asked. I explained to him like I was an old the guy really picked a "I have some on right now " he con- hand at it. tinued. "It's a shame Bobby didn't answer,' It must be depressin ;Twille t E( I i' ["11 Bl| I felt like saying "Well whoop-te-do," he said. phone caller to get mY but didn't. I remembered all of the The first of the week I was hack at more depressing when ...... warnings about obscene phone calls work. I had almost forgotten about the got an obscene and hung up. call. When I finally remembered I told up. Let's pl,ll to etl ter, brother . . horses can always pull a heavier load than one, and we men are no different from the horse in this respect. When the load is heavy we need to add more pull. 10years ago raises the total to $1,016.40. down in'the Fall of 1925. Your stock of goods is the load, and this paper is the pull. The more pull you use the easier it becomes to get the load to its logical destination - the homes of the people. As the sun draws the water from the lakes and the ponds, so does a well written advertisement in The Tigers Inn Cafe, operated by Construction was started on Hwy. 90 Mrs. Percy McLain, was the scene of a North, with a total cost of $364,128.39. third periodical robbery in recent mon- Construction should be over in 6 to 8 tim. The loss was estimated at $25.00. this paper draw the people to your store in search of your goods, months. Pvt. Delroy Graham has completed You have the load and you want to get rid of it. We have the pull and we want to use it for you. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCleary an- the required course at the Camp Chaf- Now lets get together, brother - let's pull together and pull to a purpose. The load is always lighter nounce the birth of a daughter Brandyfee radio school. He is the son of Mr. to the team in double harness. Ky. She weighed 5 lb. 5 oz. and Mrs. C.L. Graham of Malakoff. You want a big slice of the trade of this community, and the advertising columns of this paper will pointsFishingon theiS lake.reprted to be good at all studentMiss Lorettaof Mrs. Tanner,Finis Hardy,SenirwillPianbe be a strong factor in rounding it up for you. And the opening up of the spring and summer trading Henderson County has raised their presented in senior recital at the First season is just the time to begin a systematic and judicious use of advertising space, property taxes 2096 across the board. Baptist Church. Also performing will be Trading is going to be brisk in this community and the merchant who uses pull will have little dif- Joyce Robertson, Barbara Drake and faculty with his load. JackHumphries" Look for us - we'll be along soon. Yours very truly, Chas Cutiak, Editor Malakoff News Feb. 24, 1916 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~mIll~~~~~~~~~~~~~~M~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~mIllM~~~~~~~~~~~~M~H~~~~~~m~~~~~~~m~~M~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~M~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~! m, i ! = Before you move look around the attic, garage or store room and make a list of every worthwhile thing you find that isn't being used enjoyed anymore. Things like appliances, dishes, sports equipment, TV, radios, stereo, power tools, power mower, yard and porch furniture typewriters, musical instruments, rugs, drapes, good outgrown toys and clothing. All of these things and the others you find are worth cash to some other family -- but really, worth nothing to you if you no longer use or enjoy them. Now, when you've finished" your list call our Classified Department. We're waiting to help you word your ad to bring cash buyers right to your door in a hurry! 15 words or less --only sis Born to Mr. and Schneck Monday boy. The Trinity River second longest State. It took 25 100 cars of gravel, 50 carS cars of cement. 60 years ago The Rex Theater day under the 20 years ago Vodd and drew performances. A Capt. Arthur M. (Buddy) Thompson, 40years ago are being shown and son of the late S.R. and Mrs. Carrie will no doubt (Miles) Thompson, reached a moment Efforts are being put forth by an patronage. The of glory at North Fort Hood when he enlarged crew of workmen to complete Monday, Fridays and, commanded the 90th Infantry Division the work on the new Kilman Hospital. Arrangements of the Texas Reserve Soldiers Train in The building will have attractive and big picnic at Elm its big annual parade review, spacious reception rooms, two sick Bazette bridge on rooms, a large x-ray room, laboratory, There will be some The Wood-Humphries family held dark room, and operating room. present, and a big their first reunion at the Assembly Hall The City Cleaners Tailor Shop, owned dinner are on the in Trinidad. by Finis Hardy, was moved this week is invited to For the first time in six and one half into their new uptown location into the Amid the presence years, the children of Mrs. R.L. bulding formerly occupied by Lamb's few close friends, a Rushing had a reunien in Mrs. Cleaners. ' pressive marriage Rushing's home here last week. All Carney Kirby, manager of the dry last Wednesday three children and thirteen gran- goods department of the Kirby & Sons o'clock~ dchildren were present, general store, was named a member of Swanson, when their 30 years ago the Henderson County Cotton Stamp Josephine, became Committee. DePuy. Two very exciting wild west shows The latest gift received into the were presented at the new Dodd farm treasury this week at the hands of arena, which has just been completed. To the Albert Leopard, enhances the fire station completion fund by $3.00 and 50 years ago PUBLIC NOTICE The Malakoff Fuel Company started mining operations in the two new Rousing Authod~ of the City of Melohoff, Texas mines, No. 3 & 4 which have just been requests bids for oil and Im lease on approximately 9.58 completed. acre= of land in the John Albright $~., =on~ &16. A The Company's mine No. 1, the first Public Ikaring to rlcei~ end consider bids will he held shaft to be put down in their fields, has at Noustnll Authority office at 10:00 a.m. Mondey, June been abandoned. Mine No. 2 is still 29, 1951. being worked, but will be exhausted in about days. These mines were put Published Continuously Since 1913 Malakoff News elms x Meml~rl 11;4 '"'1 The Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavall! Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lorl Cailaway Advertising Representative ................................. Cindy Ford Production ........................................... Stacy Dunacusay The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing Co. at Malakoff, Tx post of. rice address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx. 75148, Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County ( senior citizen 50 percent discount available i ; $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second~class postage paid at Malakoff, Tx. 75148. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Malakoff News, P,O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx 75148. Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name. Address City State Zip New Address: Name __State Zip Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 Address City I4NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN~ OO(NNNNNNNMNN=~.-~. -'C- Yes, ! want to subscribe! ( ) Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. En- closed is my check for $ Name Address City State Zip ( ) Please send a gift subscription in my name. Enclosed is my check for Dear Friend, This is to thank you and help in the effort state funding for the libraries of Texas. The Legislature $4,381,035 or 36 an increase of 81 amount of $2,423, per capita. The Legislative estimates the $3,456,292, but there is this will I Response this Texans are and will support are known. libraries have a Librarians are the group dedicated to terested in reading. We discovered we in the Legislature pay particular tribute Blake of and hard to get public libraries. If you haven't hope you will get find you have mt WsPt . scr,,s. k. Send to: of Cater-Mattil the Texas A&M ! Name and Development Address part of the Texa,' .... . ' City State Zip sion Service, has pact on productiol : =. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: from non-conventionS SS.00 per year in Henderson County _---t- $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas ='To rea cl- a poet "~:~ $7.50 ~ in continental U.S. lovely as , for a ......... Qr l'J : ' O e O O O O oooooO ,o Mailto: koffNeww : ,: : ,:::: : ='. P.O. Box 509 .... / Food protein conducted at Texas presents even more than the space of a leading agri "The space will do great Scruggs, editor mer" magazine, "btl still where and space what is really fragile, soft green through a hostile exciting blast I,,0 Study of food has great farm editor