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THE MALAKOFF NEWS w# FOR SAFETY and 48 BLOWOUTS are ca'used by internal heat resulting from friction between the cotton fibers. Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires are tile only tires made where every cotton fiber " cord in every ply is saturated and coated with rubber, preventing internal fries|on and heat--the greatest eneluy of tire Ills. This patented Extra Process make tile tire Stronger--Safer-- and glvesit greater protection # against blowoutss FOR SALE-My house, small down payment rest like rent. trade for clear farm near Mala- off.--E. L. HART, Corsicans texas. Lynton Cunningham of Ware came in Tuesday for a few days visit with his mother, Mrs, M. J. Cunningham. Bring the entire family to the REVIVAL. PerforBtanoa Counts--- Every winner in the 500-mails Indianapolis Race for fourteen consecu tive years, has chosen and used Firestone Gnm-Dipped Tires on hlb car. Parformanaa Counts--Every winner in the daring Pike's Peak Climb, where a lip nleat~t ,lea,h-- for six consecutive years, has chosen and used Firestone Grim-Dipped "fire on hi~ car. Pet'Jorlmmnoe Commt~--Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires hold all world records, on road and track, for Safety -- ~peed --- Mileage --and Endurance. Don't risk your life or the lives of others on your Holiday trip. If See Firestone Gum-Dipped Tire*~. )| mad~ in the F~restone Factory[{ )land Exhibition Building at "A |l~ "~ Century of Progress" Chtc~Go.~JL" We'll give you a liberal trade-in allowance on your old dangerous tires, in exchange for Firestone High Speed Tires---the Safest Tires in the Worht. Tire prices must go up. Take advantage of today's low prices. Mrs. Roy I. Weir and daugh- ter, Miss Winifred spent a few days in Ft. Worth last week with her daughter, Miss Evelyn. Weldcn Moore left Friday for Tyler where he has accepted a position with Clark's No, 2 Drug Store. Mrs. J. O. Wallace returned home Saturday. from a two weeks visit with relatives in Alba. Is the Man in the Moon trip- lets? See the play at High School Baylor College Head Delivers Address Here The interest of the people of Malakoff in Christian Education was manifested la s t Sunday night as the Methodist dismissed their services and joined in wor- ship with the Baptist and others at the Baptist church. A good crowd listened attentively to Dr. J. C. Hardy, President of Bay- lor College, Belton Texas. Dr. Hardy declared that edu- cation is a hnman necessity. He spoke on God's.command to man to have dominion over the earth and showed that man gains do- minion only thru the process of education. He further painted out the crude methods used in building roads in Jamacia and the great mechanical skill used in building the Panama Canal were determined by education. He related how C. A. Cobb, worked his way thru A & M. college of Mississippi; how he signed his diploma twenty-five l years ago, and how Mr. Cobb was chosen by Mr. Roosevelt to d Soundness and Service in a bank are inseparably linked. They are products of management, which is a product of experience,..judg. meat, knowledge and courage. control, the cotton reduction in Texas, this rise was due to edu. Fridas, night, June 30. cation. ~x ~ --- ------ In conclusion Dr. Hardy re- ~ Miss Katie Mae Cole of Payne minded his audience that educe- Springs spent a few days in the tion should never be divorced city last week with relatives and from Christ; For Christian Edu- friends. She was accompanied cation developes proper motives ),11 home by Miss Hazel B eaird w hp and gives the right direction to : : , . made a short visit with her. ones life. The annual revival meeting at ']~re$[@~ Earl Rogers, R. E. Dodson and Mr and Mrs C P l~rn~,~h ,nrl the Baptist Church will begin SUPER OLDF:ELD TY~'E OLDFIELD TYPE ..................... vo,~ ........ ~,~ Ragan Hounsel were Rome visit. Mr and Mrs Hermon Kettler of Sunday at eleven o clock. Under Che~ol~t~ S6.~QI-c,i.~,;,:~ol,i j *~ t.~d " ....... l 4,so.s ) =""--JCh,,,o.,tt ors Sunday. Waco snent', undnv harm with the present pastorate four revi- 2-..2~ ' ~ INa,h / ! -----------IVord .......... ) , . r ............ V ~=~g~'i;it - f._lel .... "th[ ,, __lao kn..t ..... , ..... vale ha e been held In two of c n e iormer s nromer, JaCOb . . " . . 6.05[ s.u. s Enjoy the good singing at the Frosch and famil- these the church secured out oz " -----IS,.d.W--,,,- Baptist Revival, -- Auh.,~. Y" town ministers to do the preach- "'=q ........ W.E. and Dunn Roberts and]ing in one Easter meeting and in one summer revival Mr. and Mrs. D. Lecher and J. W. Robertson x;isited Bob Rob- " ~~rllortaI,t,~l~ Other ~Ni=t~s Pro~orttotv~t~y I.ot~ ~ - daughters, Sarah and Annie and errs in Arp Sunda I As the meeting begins Sunday : morning, the congregation will son, Simon were Corsicans visit- News has been received of thelbe led in the two weeks meeting ors Sunday. wedding on June 7th of Miss|by Malakoff workers. The pas- .!I' Deason Hunt and Clint Taller Emmagene Garrett of Eustaceltor, Wallace Clark, will preach of Henderson were visitors inlto Mr. J. H., Gilham of Beau-|twice daily. The congregational the city Monday. mont. Miss Garrett is the daugh-lsinging will 0e in charge of Mrs. l 9*4 $ OJle ' ' ._H J* $ O81Je ' ' Pleasing you means success forlterj of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Garrett N. C, Vandagriff assisted by Mrs SENTINEL TYPE |[' (OURIE TYPE , who formerly resided in this J. A. Fowler ac the piano. The Mrs. F. E. Hardy, formerly Miss~ ........ F v21}*3"l Mrs. J. H. Williams and[ For a suit that is cool get a Hartin. teacher in Malakoff Ford ......... F Ch~.~t) -- --81~'~" ~7~ ~- 6.6~[F,.a ........ "t /*o~a ........ } daughters, Misses Louise and [ tropical worsted, f r o m CITY Grammar School. W~mo'th/'~.l~.~ ) l~?~sJ~'~4 l[Ty~,o't,,i .... J|4.4o.~lk:~ ...... h,,~.) ~.2t~l(a..lmy.,o.,hft,,, Francis of Fort Worth visited ICLEANERS. The morning service will be- Mrs. Eva Willbanks and family[ - - /gin at eight thirty. The chil. enJable for a few days. 11 Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Ross re-dren will remain for' an addition- turned Saturday to their home in al hour for songs and Bible study Ba eries# -tn t'- Pray the Revival Meeting. lEl Paso after an extended visit|The service will begin at eight ! here with her parents, Mr. and o'clock each evening. All chris- [ Misses Francis Wilkerson and lMrs' Will Flagg. They were ac. tians and all those who are in- Minnie Lee Oliver of Hendersonlcompaniedhome by her sister, terestedin Christ and Hiswork spent the week.end with Misses[ We will tet )'o,,r S~r~ Plul~s Free ...... __. FREE Clarine and Catherine Chapman. I Miss Christine, who plans to at- are urged to cooperate. TANNER MOTOR COHI ]tend school in that city. The five large ceiling fans will . ----- insure the greatest comfort to Compare our Cleaning a n dl A garment is as new as it looks those who come. The new light Pressing with any other cleaners I--CITY CLEANERS. shades recently installed will Auth0rize_u.,,vavvd ChevroletTExASDealers -CITY CLEANERS. l[ uonstable H gh Piekel and go to sleep. However screens ,, -- --" make it more difficult for one to l'lblLd lYVl[I, Mrs. A. W. Clark left Wed-Nightwatchman Tim Futrell " nesday for Rusk where she will 4. Not Gold, but Men--Doris spend a short time with her pa- Matthews. rents, Mr. and Mrs. Porterfield. 5. They Worked While others , . Slept-Hazel Tiner. 6. Blessed by Trnst in God- Attend every morning service Velma Tanner. in Baptist Revival. B. Y. P. Us Program Mrs. Dwight Carson, Mrs. S.. Volley Robertson of Corsicans J. Riddlesperger, Mrs. T. C. was a visitor in the city Tues- Mitchell and Mrs. C, C. Pierce day. He was accompanied home were Corsicans visitors Friday. by his little sister. Gladys Joe ........ = ' ..... who will spend a few days With him. Keep cool by attending REVI. VAL. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hardy were visitors in Kemp Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanks and ehildren of Dareo visited her pa- July 2; 1933 "What Makes a Nation Great?" 1. A Nation's Strength--Pau- line Buckner. 2. Is the Sword the Secret of of Greatness--Doris Mitch. ell. 3. Is it Pride--Emory Tanner rents, Mr, and Mrs. E. G. MeIn- tyre here Sunday, They were accompanied home by Mrs. Earl Gentry and children who will spend the week with them. Invite your friends to Baptist Revival. We are equipped to clean your fur eoat.--CITY CLEANERS. made araid in the colored sec- tion Saturday night and confis- cated 1140 bottles of home brew, a number of crocks, syphons and other materials used for brew making. One negro was arrest- ed in the raid. The haul, aggre- gating a truck load, was carried to the county jail at Athens. Quite a number of local fight fans attended the initial card at the coliseum at' Athens Thursday evening. Greet your friends at the RE- VIVAL. l - . . 1~ 2 , Mrs. W.C. Payne and Miss Mildred Shirey were visitors in Dallas Tuesday. Mrs. T, A~ Bartlett spent Tues- day in Athens with Mrs. J. H. Roberts. Miss Claude Johnson of Cayu- ga and Mr. Jim Vannoy of Mont Alba, were united In marriage Sunday afternoon at the home of her uncle, R. N. Johnson in this city. Torn Johnson, another un- cle of the bride performed the ceremony. The couple will make their home at Mont Alba. Let the CITY CLEANERS clean your winter clothes and place them in moth proof bags. %rst National Malakoff, Texas Baptist Revival To T. gILMAN, Begin Next Sunday Mediciae and Sur Malakoff, Texa~ T~ on the windows will protect one from fallingout and will keep the bugs where they belong, on the outside. Come and join in the worship. FOR SALE--Milk fed fryers--J. K. DERDEN, Mrs. George Wheelis of Dallas spent the week.end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lucas. "The Man in the Moon" is a hilarious comedy presented by Epworth League at High School Friday night, Juae 30. t~ . - ff D. Lecher was a business visit- or in Dallas Tuesday. James Allen Chapman return- ed Monday from a visit in Port Arthur. Every detail, every appointment of funeral services conducted here is perfect, regardless of cost. J. A. BALLARD Funeral Director Malakoff, Texas Miss Fay Willbanks returned home Wednesday from Dallas has been visiting her Willbanks, Mr. ins'Mrs. Roger Harbour and brother, Duncan Taliaferro and Valmore Rogers spent Sun- day with relatives in Winfield. iv For Expellin0 q$orms PAYNE'S DRUG STORE Telephones 81, 78 and ' 0 II A hens, TODAY! A Paramount Pi, Admission 10c and Saturday, July 1-- A Tornado of With TIM Admission: 10a. m, tel p, 1 p. m. to 9:80 .... Saturday Night A New Show! Sunday Matinee, July Rusty With Paul Lakes Loretta Young. Come at 9:30 Saturday and see two shows admission Monday and Tm July Katherine With (;olin Clive Billie Burke lOc and 25c Wednesday, July 5-- The With Marian JOEL McCREA Bargain Day [ Each Wednesday night 10e. u'il coupons. everyone.