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PAGE 4B - The Malakoff News - Wednesday, August 22, 2001 Looking Back Herman Moore brought us a couple of old papers to look at last week. We'll use the Au- gust 11, 1933 MalakoffNews for our Looking Back this week. We have this paper in storage, but we're afraid to dig around in the older papers much until we figure out how to get them cop- ied, and thus preserved. I saw real quick why Herman had this particular paper. Mid page was the headline: Funeral Services for Mrs. Herman Moore Held Fri. Afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Moore, age 22 years, 5 months, and 2 days. She passed away after a critical illness for more than a month. She was married to Mr. Moore in 1930. "The large con- course of loving friends and relatives who attended the fu- neral and followed her remains to their last resting place served to make up one of the largest funerals that has ever been held in Malakoff. The flower girls and the pallbearers were all members of her high school graduating class. Both Kirby's and Harbour's Grocery had ads on the front page supporting the NRA, as well as a number of merchants inside. Turns out that NRA was the National Recovery act, "the President's effort to bring back the happy days to America." LeRoy Kirby was elected second vice-president of the County Grocers' Association. Payne's Economy Store had their best grade of print fabric for sale for 15c a yard, and their good for 10c per yard. Headline: "Malakoff Terri- tory to get Real Test for Oil at an Early Date" "Around the Town" reported: "Mrs. E. L. Jackson has a "pinto" bean which she found last week inside an egg. Rev Clark, although feeling that the "pros" are waging a losing fight, declares that still he is not con- vinced that prohibition has been a failure. Under the NRA the RFC laborers, who have been means of support." Malakoff Gin Company, in a "large ad, extolled the virtues of Electric Gins. Dr. Joe B. Williams, special- izing inEye Examinations, Re- fraction and Glasses, Difficult cases solicited, was available every Monday at the Main Ho- tel in Malakoff. Editor Scholl suggested that the vote for the Texas Bond Is- .sue to help the poor and needy through the winter was at least as important onthe upcoming vote on to repeal prohibition. "Let us forget, for the moment, of supplying beer for the thirsty, and give due consideration to the problem of supplying food for the hungry." E. A. Tanner Motor Com- pany was the authorized Chevrolet Dealer for Malakoff. working for 75c per day, must now be paid the minimum wage of 30c per hour. Strict caution however will be used in each case. Every person remaining on the roles must be in need, and absolutely have no other Coach Ronny Miller Continued from page 8A ing from heated workouts. He believes it is happen- ing for several reasons. "Youth or the boys are not in the physical shape of players of the past. Their activities at home are differ- ent from what boys did a de- cade ago. You have to go a little slower on the heavy workouts, adjusting the play- ers to the activity and heat. Then some are under lots of pressure to make the team and pushthemselves really hard to impress their teammates and coaches. Losing a teammate is a ter- rible experience," said Miller. "We've been having some good workouts. Now that school has begun, I won't see the guys until 2:30 p.m.," said Miller. "What I'm seeing in work- outs looks pretty good. It's going to be a good year." Illll II iVST Ir ...... 114'grlmL.. i'r's "r. om. IHI t IIIllll Illlll I CLYI, t S#,l The cost of HEALTH Make sure you have ADEQUATE INSURANCE. v Call US! Malakollr Insumnce Agency 101S. Tearry St. Mailkoff, TX 7S148, 903.489.0512 DON'T WAITI.'. w BUY ONE TODAYI .... Call In The Morning, Be Watching TV That Night! JUST CALL-. B&B SATELLITE 903-432-9205 YOUR LOCAL PEGASUS DEALER SERVING YOUR RURAL AREA! Some restrictions apply, call store for details. AFTER You C EAq OUT iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Y'o u R L o C K e R, You' L t_ i!iiliifiiiiii}iiiil}ii! Be ESCOPxTEE)"TO THE. l[iiiiiiitiiiiitiiiii 00i00iliiii00ii!iii00iii00i00ll , iii!ili!i!i!00ii 2001 Brian Giovannini worgl.com After 23 years working at the zoo, Lewis is unexpectedly handed the pink flamingo. Uving R(x)m TW Cable (800.) 009-7590 Unhtor00l 00telllte Allen's (903) 009-5788 PEGASUS' SATE LtlTE TELEVISION OI RECI'V. ,;I ,[*) t I high rked p.,xm mit pa,'kge, plu .aeul t ice Ie, is {;rd (rmm;hly miaimm= of $2:1.98 (o r,e rcxeive I. $2o.'8 tb,, r,x eivcr). Ik' oi Bp o $2 ) y be imp,ed and chaq,,ed ,'o crAI r debll cr4, ;( W,',m:iag i do nd'd etow lt-er r