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.eWE MAUAKOFF NEW Our professional training has impressed those who have commissioned us, which leads us to believe that we are particularly well qualified to discharge the duties of our profession. BALLARD FUNERAL HOME Phone 25 MALAKOFF, TEXAS Phone 100 Methodist Bulletin [By Thomas M. Price, Pastor] Our Vacation Church School children has been car- on during this week and ill continue next week also. are hoping that this may be great blessing for the criildren therefore for the community. often our church work is "Watch built around the adults and the young people with little or no thought for the children. Our Roman Catholic friends know better than that. They realize that the first few years of a child's life determine to a large extent what he will do later on. much longer period for the class work. Last Friday night the young people met in their Union meet ing at Texas Park between Ath- ens and Eustace. Revival ser- vices were being held at Pickens and they had their meeting out under the stars with us. Bro. Connell, pastor of the Methodist Church in Athens, b ought us a fine message Afterward we had watermelon and played some names. There were fourteen from Malakgff, and since all of our officers were there, we won the Pennan for having the best rep resentation. An attempt is being made to organize the Boy Scouts. This is certainly a worthy undertak- ingand should receive the ap- proval and cooperation of every This Sunday our Church one desiring to make this com School opening program is to be munitv better and improve the pu on by Mrs. Neal's class, life here. The opening programs are very The Woman's Missionary short, and we are having a Society will hold its regular .... meeting Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock in the Church. They are engaged in Bible study. I J t I I Our sales records show 95 cars sold between June 1st and July 15th. Look over this list-- The Ford V-8 continues to lead in sales, per- formance and economy. NEW CARS SOLD R. E. Brazil, 3904 Junius St., Dallas. J. P. Weathersby, route 2, (Mabank. Earl Pace, Athens Walter Baker, Arp, Texas. W. L. Stephens, Rockwall, Texas. R. L. Thompson, Route 2, Malakoff Roeser & Pendleton, Cayuga E. W. Owen, Athens Miss Lois Stafford, Route 1, Montalba W. A. David.~.n, Martins Mill Major W. Brown, Browns- boro J. O. Roberts, .Route 2, La- Rue B. Y. King, Athens E. L. Tarrant, LaRue H. F. Turner, Athens R. B. Maxwell, 727 W. 8th, Corsicana Dr. L. L. Cockerell, Athens Mrs. J. T. LaRue, Athens Ruff A. Titsworth, Jr., Athens Asher's Inc., Athens M. A. Asher, Athens Walter Murphree, Jr., 7061 Benning Ave., Dallas J. D. Johnson, Malakoff S. N. Rowan, Murchison A. J. Rowan, Rt. 7, Canton John Q. Brown, Athens W. R. Harris, Rt. 6, Athens Hoyt Berryman, 1241 East Irwin St., Tyler E. B. LaRue, Athens J. A. Romine, Dickenson, Texas Fox Rig & Lumber Co., Ard- more, Okla. Edgar L. Robertson, Box 25, Eustace C. A. Cook, Chandler H. F. Turner, Sr., Mabank C. O. Dodson, Malakoff Thurman Davis, Athens J. M. Flannary, Route 2, Montalba J. W. Garrett, Frankston J. W. Garrett & Co., Frank- ston J. S. Tucker, Rt. 5, Athens Jack Brown, Rt. 2, Athens Bill Hamilton, Cayuga Walter Robertson, Athens W. G. Smith, Athens J. D. Johnson, Sr., Malakoff P. W. Labbert, Los Fresnos, Texas Gifford Hill Co., Terrell, Texas USED CARS SOLD E. W. Waldrip, Cayuga Truitt Reynolds, Athens O. V. Friday, Athens Alex Polite, Grand Saline R. L. Rusk, Rt. 3, Athens J. L. Sheets, Rt. 2, Athens Cotton Belt Wrecking Co., Athens (5 cars) Miss Viola McNutt, Corsi- cana H. G. Murphy, Rt. 3, Ma- bank R. B. Warren Athens Joe I. Steele, Malakoff G. C. Coleman, Rt. 4, Athens Roy Daniel, Athens Alec Henderson, Athens C. E. Cole, Malakoff J. H. Bennett, Eustace J. H. Rogers, Rt. 6, Athens H. L. Williamson, 1120 West llth Ave, Corsicana J. N. Wheeler, Athens Ernest Sawyers, Athens Melvin Anderson, Athens H. L. Shaw, Athens A. E. Sutton, Athens Mrs. Lillian Martin, Athens J. M. Spivey, M~bank Jess W. Miller, Cayuga M. L. McGlaun, Athens E. B. Norman, Canton, Rt. 1 O. L. Alvis, Murchison Sloan Warren, Rt. 1, Kerens Miss Willie McGregor, Malakoff James Young, Kaufman J. J. Hodge, Athens J. M. Marshall, Athens F. C. Calvin, Rt. 3, Kemp T. J. Smith, Rt. 6, Athens Elbert Blackwelt, Route 3, Mabank G. W. Moore, Rt. 2, Mabank W. C. Adair, Rt. 2, Malakoff P. H. Holcomb, Rt. 6, Pal- estine J. O. Hardin, Rt. 1, Poynor A. C. Rampy, Rt. 1, Cayuga F. E. Williams, Athens Phone 177 Athens, Tex. Miles B. Smith Asks Support For Re-Elec- tion Second Term - . _ _ - _ _ _ Baptist Church News [By J. L. Brantley, Pastor] C:~O@~ : -- - - - Two things are uppermost in our minds as Baptists for the next few weeks --our revival meeting and the church building program. The revival will be- gin, as formerly announced, Sunday, August 2nd. Rev. Grady W. Metcalf, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mexia, will do the preaching. Plans are going forward with referenc to our church program so that we fee! certain the actual work will begin immediately following the revival August 17. It may be that some work can be done before that date. It was unani. mously voted Sunday morning by the church to make the en- tire building brick-veneer. We are grateful to so many who co-operate in keeping our Sunday School in the best condi- tion possible through these sum- mer months, while numbers of our teachers and officers are out for vacation time, The faithful- ness of our teachers and officers at all times makes us glad. More and more they are seeming to realize the bigness of their task. It is with deep regret that we must give up. Mr. and Mrs. Cleburne Bradley and Martha Pearl. May God's blessings ever follow them as they serve the Lord in Tyler. It is surely encouraging to MILES B. SMITH TO THE VOTERS OF HENDERSON COUNTY: May I take this method of soliciting the support and influ- ence of each of the Democratic voters in our county. Owing to the unusual amount of work that has been heaped upon me in recent weeks, in connection with the prosecution of some of the most important criminal cases having ever arisen in our county, and also the very sermus and critical con- dition of my wife and child who are at the present time in the Navarro Clinic in Corsicana, it will be impossible for me to think of conducting an extensive cam- paign for re-election to your County Attorney's office as I would like to do. THE GREATER Athens, Texas I TO-DAY RICHARD DIX in With Margaret Callahan 18 Special Feature For Today, Tomorrow and and Sunday Matinee note the fine attendance SundaySaturday, July 25-- after Sunday in the Young Men's Bible Class, but there is JOHN WAYNE, in yet room for more. The men will entertain their wives with a watermellon cutting Tuesday night at 8 o'clock on the church lawn. "Defeat is not always failure Sometimes it shows us how."-- Copied. Human Interest I [By Chas, A. Myers] Last week was railroad week. The steel rail passenger and freight carriers are trying to The Lonely Saturday Ni zht 10:45 Show And Sunday Matinee Three Cheers For Love A Paramount Picture Monday and Tuesday July 27-28 Sylvia Sidney, Fred McMurray and Henry Fondu in hark back to the good old days before automobiles and paved The Of The roads came in, to recapture some of the transportation business that got away from them. On display in the window of one railway office was the first train- man's time table showing the running time, stops and regula- tion for the trainmen's guidance. Outstanding was the instruction for taking on fuel for the locomo- tives: "See that enough wood is toaded to meet all emergencies." Sixty-four years ago, July 16, the first locomotive entered Dal. Ins and the occasion drew a greater crowd than Lindbergh's landing in France. Lonesome Pine Actually filmed outdoors in Technicolor [! Wednesday, July 29-- Murder On A Bridle Path With James Gleason and Helen Broderick This is 10c Day Thursday, July 30-- The Princess Mothers Di,appo|nted Jud Tunkins says one trouble abou! civilization ls that so few boys grow UP as mna~u their m0them thoeght wm'ei emS to bL It has ever been my policy to seek election to public office upon my personal qualifications and ability to perform the duties re- quired of me; I never have and am not now asking for a sym- pathetic vote. I want the voters of our county to carefully con- sider my qualifications which fit me to serve well as your County Attorney, to check my record made during the last 18 months while I have been serving as County Attorney, to conduct a fair investigation into the problems that I have faced as County At- torney and the manner in which I have handled these problems and then if you feel that I am the man to be returned to your Coun- ty Attorney's office, I will ap- preciate your whole hearted sup- port and influence. In making a brief review of my work during the last 18 months, I would like to say: I have served in an individual capacity as your County Attor- ney, acting with frankness and sincerity in all matters coming before me and using the Laws of Texas as my strict guide in pref- erence to the dictates of any man or group of men, and rather than cater to the whims and personal desires of Political Bosses. I am now running as an individual candidate, asking the individual voters to support me. I have been in regular attend- ance on all the Courts in our County and have secured convic- tions in contested cases in each and every Court in Henderson County (excepting Justice Court Precinct No. 2, Cross Roads, where no cases have been contested). I have been constantly on the job as County Attorney, avail- able and working day and night when necessary, in co-operation with the peace officers in ferret- ing out the truth of crime, and in making investigation in some of the major crimes in the history of our county. I have rendered many valu- able opinions on Civil Law to the Commissioners' Court of our County, and the several County Officers, Election Judges, School Trustees, etc. As a result of one opinion, which was finally ap- proved by the Attorney General's Department, after a prolonged argument by me, the Commis- sioners' Court of our County was able to affect a saving of approxl, mately $3,000 annually. I have prosecuted criminal of- fenders fairly and impartially, extending mercy and considera- tion to all parties alike whenever the circumstances justified. As I promised two years ago, I have been in the County At- torney's Office at all reasonable times, there performing my duties to the best of my skill and abili- ty. I have assisted the District At- torney in the prosecution and trial of every important Felony Case which has been tried in our District Court, I have tried to apply common Cookery RETAINS HEALTHFUL VITAMINS AND MINERAL OILS ! 8 Vigorous boiling in lots of water destroys the valuable vitamin and mineral content of fresh vegetables. Tim thoughtful woman wants to retain these health-giving elements. The controlled boiling heat which the modern gas range provides does not rapidly evaporate water when boiling vegetables. Mothers can serve more health- ful food by following this simple method of modern gas cookery. Cooking vegetables the semi- waterless way on modern gas range requires no special type of utensil. m Place covered pan over sim- mer burner. Turn to fast heat. When boiling starts turn burner to simmering heat which maintains a gentle boil- ing action retaining healthful vitamins. g Place vegetables in pan and cover with about one-half inch water. m After cooking is completed nearly as much liquid remah~ as was originally put into vessel, and there is no lop o~ valuable mitmral oils or vita- mins. 1 sense, right and justice in the Gas simmer cookery is clean enforcement of the law. and labor saving, h means cooler cooking and a cleaner I have on more than one oe- kitchen for there's little escaping steam rising from a covered pot of gently boiling vegetables. canton, when necessity demand- ed, assisted the peace officers in criminal detection; one of which cases being the Castleberry hi- jacking case in which I hurried- ly placed a call that led to the arrest of Castleberry within 25 minutes after the hijacking. I sincerely believe that if you will carefully and impartially in- vestigate my record as County Attorney, you will find that I have demonstrated an interest, qualifi- cations, skill and ability Chat will in every manner warrant and justify my re-election for a Sec- ond Term as your County Attor- ney. May I further state that it is my most earnest desire to con- tinue in the prosecution of the Cook, Fulton and Patton cases. It is essentially necessary that I be used as a witness in these cases to prove up voluntary statements made by these defendants; such statements in each of these cases, will likely be a nucleus about which the State must make its case. I took the statements in these cases. Is it your desire to hamper the State's possibility of obtaining convictions in these cases by turning "thumbs down" on me and my administration as your County Attorney, I don't believe it is. Therefore I most sincerely request your most fav- orable support, influence and help of my candidacy for a Sec- ond Term as your County Attor- ney. Respectfully, MILES B. SMITH, .. Communi Gas Ca Tune Inl . . . WFAA . . . Tuesday Mornings . . . 10"45 "]~ I _ , ,,m ....... I You'll Find Everything That's Good to Eat in Our Cook it yourselI or we'll cook it Ior you Cele In Connection