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: :i/ :!ill i MALAKOFF =E AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Royall H.C. Riddlesperger at First National Bank ,i t edici Malakoff, Texas Telephones ,d "the Voice of The Lignite City" sl, 78 and 71 24 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, "TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1935 NUMBER Member Federated and Red and White Stores Bed Spreads Work Shirts x 105--in rose, blue, gold, Blue Chambry Work Shirts. reen and assorted colors. Well made and free from hy pay more? Special- starch. Stock up at-- u Omm your selection from our early Fall Coats. New in ev- detail! Smart, richly furred, or tailored {~ you like. A small deposit will hold any ,p :coat for you. Priced up from ................... Silk Dresses 'Peters' Shoes fashions that are More patterns, more styling g with new neck- and more comfortare f~und and new sleeves--that each season in "Peters" sol- Smartness to every dress, id leather shoes. Dacked full of style. Up For Fall--ladies' girls or men's as low as-- ,==0 Hats :- they're here!-the snappiest and most complete line of Hats we've had. The shade, the style and the price. i, Member Federated and Red and White Stores -- out OF THE RUT - only difference between a rut and a grave is that one is and deeper. We do not like to get in a rut, so this week are cleaning house. We have repainted; widened shelves, new displays to make shopping easier for our customers. you to come in and become better acquainted with Resigns As Coach Roeser And Pendle- At Schools Here ton Employee Loses A. W. "Dub" NORTON A. W, Norton, better known as Thumb In Accident A. L. Johnson, 36 of Longview employee of the Roeser & Pen- dleton Company in the Cayuga oil fields, isin the Kilman Hos- pital recovering from injuries which he received in an accident last Friday. He suffered a man- gled right band and it was nec- essary to amputate the thumb Mr. Johnson was working with a swabbing machine and when the line jumped from its pulley as the nwab was being lowered, he climbed to the top of the poles and was endeavoring to retrack the line, when the accident pc- cured. His hand was caught be- tween the line and the pulley. Rusk Man Dies While On Visit To Daughter's Home A Mr. Wallace, whose age was "Dub" celebrated mentor of the given at60 years, was found dead champion high school football in bed at the home of his daugh- team last season, tendered his ter, Mrs. E. Z. Ashton at Eustace resignation to the Board of Trus. Saturday morning. Mr. Wallace, tees Friday morning. It is an- whose address is Rusk, Texas, derstood that Norton resigned was in Eustace on a visit with his his position here to take another daughter. in one of the city schools in San The body of the deceased was Antonio. his home town. prepared for burial by the Bal- Elects New Man lard Funeral Home here, and was To fill the vacancy occuring in carried overland to Ruskfor buri- the resignation of Mr. Norton. al Sunday afternoon. the Board of Trustees elected "Pepper" Martin, an outstand. :~' ing athlete from the East Texas Seven Children State Teacher's College at Com- Undergo Tonsil merce. Mr. Martin entered his new dutms immediate after his Operations Here election and left early Monday ----- morning with his team for Rock- Seven children from five dif- port for their pre-season training, ferent towns and communities Hollis Boone, who has been underwent operations for the re- serving as principal of the gram- moral of tonsils at the Kilman mar school for several years, also Hospital here last Thursday and accompanied the team to the Friday. All of the operativns south Texas city. Mr. Boone, by were entirely successful and the action of the Board, will patients are all reported to be re- the duties as co-coach in hil covering rapidly. school athletics and will shar~ The children on whom the op- equal power with coach Martin. erations were performed were: ~---- Imogene Hines, 10 o f Cross Harbour's All Stars Roads; Jean Mitchell, 11 Malakoff JCompletes Year As Pastor Here I I I I REV. J. L. BRANTLEY Rev. J. L. Brantley, popular Baptist minister, will complete his first year as pastor of the church here on the first of Sep- tember. In honor of this occa- sion a specially arranged anniver- isary service will be held on Sun- day morning at the eleven o'clock hour. Completing his first year a s pastor here also completes Rev. Brantley's first year in the min- istry, as he was not ordained un- til after he had accepted the call to the church here following the revival meeting last summer,. Rev. Brantley first came to Malakoff to conduct the song ser- vices during the Wilkes revival last August. During these two short weeks he made for him- self a place in the hearts of every- one and the Baptist people were so impressed with his tireless ef- forts and his sincerety in the Lords Work. that they extended aim an invitation to come here and lead the church until such time as the church could select a permanent pastor. This invite. tips was readily accepted and ere many weeks had vatted, the church decided unanimously that they could not do better than to name Rev. Brantley as the per- manent pastor. During the single year's pas- torate of Rev. Brantley here, the !church ha s shown a decided growth i n every department. The Sunday School has grown i from a weekly attendance of 85 :and less to more than double that number, and the attendance at the services is growing steadily. "Where Malakoff Trades" " I I II I II At Extra S Plenty of as are See S Ill ' Illll Prices ECONOMY STORE A Complete Line of Good Merchandise Dolores Guinn, lO, Dallas; Marion The pastor also teaches t h e Beat Dallas Fay Noster, 2, Trinidad; and 'Young Men's Bible Class, which, wz INvrrs YOU TO JOIN otto Georgia Lee Ballard, Ii, Turner under his leadership, hasgrown u r l Cl0 [ ir J the varmty of food items that we have. Harbour's Gr'~-ecery all-star soft Evans Burr. 7 and Bettie Hart, 8 in the single year from a mere IIIllllllllllllllllllll Ill1,,llmllS~ mllllllmlmllll~ , all -- . I Mrs. Paley's hall team made a gain in the per- all of Athens. Mrs. Horace Dun- I three or four, to an enrollment ~ HOSIERY CLUB Large II S " d ,~/l] centage column the past week can, trained nurse of Dallas, Inow exceeding forty members. ~.g ~.~" l:ralne es when they easily defeated two of came here to assist with the op- All members of the church are ~ ,LC"_-~~ , eratmns I C the city league teams from Dal- " . i urged to attend Sunday School slze O0X l For the baby I[ Ins. The first of these games [Sunday morning and remain for ~ I~~L~,~ 10c IPerglass:"~or 2c 'i ~~ they defeated the Brown Crack .~v.,,.,,u .,~.~,,~, .v ~, !honoring the Rev. Brantley. at =. 'u i' ' was played Friday night when ~.affan Pahe~. T. Ra [the special anniversary service, [}' mac eren a er Company team by the over- Free Fair This Yeartthe eleven o'clock hour. An in. =--=--=~-=.~,=~--===-=[ wheiming score of 22 to 5. The Ivitationisalso extended to all.~. ~~~1 , Olympic , second game was played Tues- ~recmrs" ................ o[~ne ~as~'~ ~ iexas" others ..... to attend the ;prgram'. d OWDi,I t ~.t~od~oto~, offer :] 9~ day night of this week against rne program wm De renoere Cotton Palace have announcedas ~o.ows'" ~~~ { =----==.===. ,. ~ -- ---= the Scott Hotel team of Dallas. that all visitors and their auto : . I The lccals won this game also mobiles will be admitted ~'ree to Song Service--by Chow I.pound I-lb. can.. 19c with a top heavy score. 12 to 5. the Fair Grounds this year. The Invocatmn" --M. M. Sh,rey" $ X 25c I [ mu l The Harbour eam is composed Fair will be held next week from Scripture Reading -- Banks I 5-lb. can . 69c ! I of players from bo{h Malakoff Tuesday afternoon until Satur- Bradley 3-poundsl . and Trinidad and is really deve'" day night. Programs of music Accomplishments o Year's e- l le yo- I0 lb. can $I.14 ping into a very fine aggrega-and local entertainment are be- Work--Bob Johnson Itee pair oi Humming Bird Full Fashioned stockings as soon as tion. ing arranged for each night of J. L~ Brantley as a Citizen-- - = you have purchased 12 pairs, the fair. Carnival and Midway as you need them. alakoff Schools To attractions of the Fair be furnished this year by the Big Easy to fix. Good o _~. | to eat. upen aep[emner state Shows that are owned by 3 cans 25c --- Roy Gray. Halves or sliced~ Large size I HEINZ Humming Birds were chosen a~ter careful consideration and tests convinced us o their su- periorlty and their ability to make the Club valuable to you. Melvin Taylor Song--Choir J. L. Brantley as a Pastor--J. E. Drummond Song, 'For Jesus Sake'- Choir A Message to the Church--Rev. J. L, Brantley. Benedictidn Monday, September 9th is the Directors have announced pre- date that has been set for the! mium list for agricultural and opening o f Malakoff Schools, livestock exhibits, home econom- Duet resignations, several new ics and textile exhibits. The teachers will be introduced to the merchants displays are being ar- faculty as the Fall term begins, ranged for this week, Exhibits Melvin Taylor and family left There is yet to fill one vacancy in all departments will be ready Wednesday morning for Austin in the primary department, for inspection by visitors Tues. where he will spend a~ few days ~ ......... ...... day afternoon September 3rd. doing educational research, for Young Moore, who is employed his Master's Thesis, in the offices by the J. C. Penney Company at week visiting his parents. Mr. of the State Department of Edu. Port Is m the this and Mrs, W. D. Moore. cation. Your membership card is wait- ing for you at our Hosiery De- partment. It b worth a spedal trip to the store and will help yOU lave wl}J~ yOU wear the fi- nest. ~heerest R~ee hosiery. OVEN BAKED The BEANS breakfast food for quick hot weather meal millions 12-oz. iii i i, ii S cans For Men All new Fall styles $1.98 Ladies' Wash Dress , A bignew stock of Fall s yles Men's New Fall New Fall shades. All sizes iii ii All colors 80 x 105