Newspaper Archive of
The Malakoff News
Malakoff, Texas
August 30, 1935     The Malakoff News
PAGE 4     (4 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 4 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 30, 1935

Newspaper Archive of The Malakoff News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Bulletin Gee. C. Hardy, Pastor] Our sympathy goes out to the McElrath family in the loss of their home and its entire con- tents by fire last Monday after. for We'll have everything that is needed in the school room --The best note books, pen- dis, tablets, fountain pens, inks, etc. We are ready and will appreciate your business Drug Store No order too small to have our best attention iloon, Last Sunday was a profitable day. All the services of the church were well attended. Our hearts were made to rejoice tim, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Phillips unit- ed with us by letter from Ma- bank, They have been useful citizens of our community and workers in the church for a year We extend a hearty welcome to them. T h e singing of Miss Margaret Carson was greatly enjoyed at all the services We are thankful that the drys of Malakoff stood together last Saturday and carried the local box by approximately fifty votes. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Kirby have just returned from their vaca- tion in Colorado and Yellowstone park. Her class expressed their appreciation of their good teach- er by giving her a handkerchief shower Wednesday night. Dr. E. W. Solomon, will preach Accept this as a very cordial invitation to attend any and all services at our church tomorrow. J. L. BRANTLEY, Pastor for us Sunday morning, Sept. 15th, on an exchange of pulpits 0W ..... with the pastor. Sport FansF01 Mr,. w. B. La drum Tyler . . lm 0rtant Notice, Harbour's All-Star soft ball * The American Boy win speak for us at the evening team has accepted the invitation P ..... service Sunday, Sept. 22nd, on to enter the East Texas Soft Ball Danger Ahead! "Stewardship and Tithing". It Tournament at Tyler Saturday Boys and young men of this is a rare treat to have these two and Sunday. Eight teams, .. . was learned, will partlmpate in . .......... city who wish to improve their brilliant speakers with us o n.. .... urealWentYscnooiU cmmrenI everYnaveOneuexecnUn- tennis service, their basket-shoot- consecutive Sundays. toe games tire vision, start your children ing eyes, their forward passing Our labor Sunday message .... .-7 . . off right. Have dleir eyes ex- talent, or their crawl stroke, can will be on 'The Glory of Work.' ....... misses Aizena lagulre ann am,ned by an optical specialist, enlist the aid of the nation's fore- S tgarver t oner son were Amens ........ - . .... wno nan mane it a speclaltv for most coaches and pla ers by VlSttorsluesuay. e " over twenty-five y ars m defects " " " "l ' subscribing to THE AMERICAN ....... a n d deformltles of chl dren s BOY magazine and following the ivnss mma aura vans el e sports interviews and fiction sto- Corsicana was a vistor in the city Y }Sr Frankenstein, popular and ties that appear each month. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jamison and Wednesday. well known optical specialist will "When I was in high school," children of Houston, spent the w. mcln yre WhO spent me _ , .... says a famous decathlon chain- .... --- I return to his Athens Office, at pion '*I read a track article in week.end here with her mother, ] "ast.. week . ........ here with his brother, i weekStirmanbeginningS jewelrYseptemberStOre, 1Or2nd,One ITHE AMERICAN BOY that Mrs, W. L. Evans, tJ. mcln yre returnee m ms .... home in Alto Friday He was ac-' monday to September 7th, Satur- gave me my first clear-cut idea .... "" .... I day inclusive of the western style of high Mr. and Mrs. Guy Matthews companleu nome ny mr. lvicin- .. .. " jumping. Atpractice I laid the and children returned Monday tore who snent the day withhim oeciai low prices given m all open magazine on,he grass and from a weeks vacation outing to " " children fitted with glasses dur- Carlsbad Cavern and other wen- " ling this special offer. ..... Malak ff-ll I yr. Frankenstein furnishes studied it as I worked out. That tern poin of interests. A soft ball game has been ar. . .... afte n ,-,e i increased the height ranges oetween me o - . ........ me new a ppy frames, me new of my jump three inches." Stars and the strong team from . ..... mh .... no,, popular child's frames. As usual That was a long time ago; but Miss Mary Hope Threet, 15 of Fan.=,u, ........... ..... night no cnarge tot exammauon. thousands of future cham: Kerens and Bill Johnson, 8, of Over one thousand satisfied pi0na just as eagerly follow THE Athens, underwent operations . patients In Henderson County. is AMERICAN BOY. for the removal of Tonsils at theA flail ann rurally return- .7, : ..... my best reference. Remember "This year, ' states Griflith Kilman Hospital here Wednes- eu weonesaay ITem a iew nays the time and place Ogden Ellis, editor. "our staff day morning, visit with relatives in Duncan, Offices, SUrman'sJewelry store writers have gone to the two .... greatest gootball teams of the Miss Mary Evans returned country--lViinnesota and Pit,s-home Monday from Commerce burgh--for first-hand tips on where she has been attending strategy, blocking, tackling, pas- school this summer. sing, and the fine points of play. They have interviewed Jack Me" Mrs. Ella Vandagriff of Dallas dies, the world's fastes swim-and grand-son, Master Conway mer, his coach. Ray Daugh- Lammers, came in Monday for a tars. Gone to Eastern High few days visit with relatives. School of Washington, D. G,, tern Interscholastic basket- Mrs. L. C. Pope and Miss ball champions. In the past they Miss Grace Flagg of Corsicans have followed the Grapefruit were visitors in the city Tuesday. Circuit of the major leagues in sat on the bench at the I, sought out the fa- runners, divers, AINAmer- tackles and backfield to bring their story of how the game to the young A mar,ca. "In addition to our fiction, ad- venture, exploration, h o b b v connsel, and vocational help, we shall continue to encourage young men to improve their game in every line of sport." Send your subscription t o AMERICAN BOY, 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit, Mich ~t~with your name and ad- m for a year s subscrip- Mrs. L. J. Scboll and children and Mrs. Bill McClure spent the past week in Sweetwater with Mr. and Mrs. C B. Dodson, ~for three years, and add .i ts a year if you want the avscrit tion to go to a foreign address. On newsstands, I0c a Oklahoma. Mrs. Y. E. Crawley was called to Meadcw, Texas Saturday to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs Dudley Johnson, who is reported very ill. Mrs. H. L. Flagg and Mrs. Letcher were Dallas visitors last Thursday. Lincoln Memorial Pool The reflecting pool oear the l,lncoln Memorial In Washington Is L922 feet long, and 1($0 feet whie. The average depth is about .2~,~ feet. 'rite pool ._Was completed In the fall of 1922 and cost about $600.000. The water Iv the pool is still water. It Is filled, then emp- tied and cleaned and relllled. J ,,,r ' ' '' J ' ...... late l i Victorious in S and Region September 2nd to September 7th, inclusive. Athens, Texas. lady] IF You want to buy a team; rent a farm; or want a good life in- surance policy, see me--A. T. WHITENER, the Praetorian In- surance salesman of Malakoff. LOST-White hound dog with red head and red spots on hips. Has slit in right ear. Reward if returned to J, E. McClure, Mala- koff-B, T, McFarland, Route 1. WANTED-Man and his wife to do domestic work and care for an invalid. Must be physically strong, satisfactory pay. For particulars, apply in person to H. S. FOSTER, Malakoff, Texas. Copy. competition of the Fisher Body [Craftsman's Guild. In addition to [$75 in cash, each boy will receive l a trip to the fifth convention of, [the General Motors.sponsored edu- [cational foundation to be held in [Quebec from August 21 to 24, I i~lu~iy9 ........ FOR SALE--Meal an l Hulls, Any quantity. TOMMIE CLARK City. LOST-Small fender light from automobile at the ball park here during the game last Friday night Finder will receive reward for same by returning it to R. T. Craig at the Athens Review of. rice, or by leaving it at the News office here. FOUND--Small leather case con- taining two car keys and a plate bearing the owner's Register No. 1255. Loser may recover same by calling at the News office and paying for this adv. t~osd tho &dvert~som~nts. Standing of the Teams Team G W L Pet. Baptist Jrs. Baptist Srs * JACK S. CLARKE (left), 19- year-old Ft. Worth youth, and J. B. Sorensen, Jr., 16 years old, 16 I0 6 625 of Taylor, who won both state and regional honors in this section, 17 10 7 588 when their model traveling coaches 17 7 10 412 were adjudged the" best of those 16 6 I0 375 submitted in the pprontice la LONDON WILL CURB GROWTH WITH: TREES Green Area Would Keep City Within B, unds. Lolldt,n. --- Ever.t,xp:lnding London will have to submit to rigid "slimming" treatment soon aS a result of schemes to curb the city'S outward growth. City planners now envisage London as a city built on skyscraper lines--in modm'atiou---to prevcm It sprawling more and more over the neighboring counties. They envisage also creation within the next year or so of one or possibly two green belt~ surrounding the city as a permanent means of hold- ing in greater I,ondon's "waistline." The princllml drawback In the past to development of skyscrapers, even of modest dhnenslons, has been a thirty- five-year-old taw limiting the height of bulhlings In the metropolis to 100 feet. Beside.~. the average Briton prefers a small home and gqrden of his own to living in aparttoent houses. THE farmer who carefully prepares his soil-- plows, fertilizes, prepares, but does not sow-- what do you think of such a farmer? AND yet hundreds of people in our community are toiling, tilling--plowing without sowing. How can you expect a harvest of money in the days to come if you do not plant some of it in an account here? Ceaseless tilling of the soil without sowing seed is no more useless than endless work without saving. May Remove RestrictionS. The London county council will try soon to lmw, the restrictive laws on building lr,':4:l::'~ removed. At the same tll~u,, hlocls of new apartnleut l,ouS(~S, .~"l. within the ]004opt lhnit, are crop- ping ~ap :tnd transforming the appear- ~l]tO ill N{q:'.O of Lolidon's lnoSt fanlous th(A'o/lgh"tircs. The space-saxing llloy~r- lnent h~ also been prominent In the big ~',,lil-ele,qranee sehellleS in seine poorer districts, where huge modern fiat hensez are taking the place of thonsm:d~ .f snmll, tumble-down dwell- ings. Suburbat~ Growth Large, Too, Malakoff, Texas Despite the erection of apartment t ho,,s s In l e:,rt tl,e its At he Tavernale Nite Club suburbs are growing monthly at a : ~-" prodigious rate, which even Londoners scarcely hqve grasped. It ls estiumted Dance to the Flusic of W. K. Flulican's Orchestra that the polmlation of greater Lomlon IS increasing I)y 70,0(R) alintlal]y, and that withlq a cmnparatively few years Saturday Night, August 31 London and its suburbs and satellite towns will house a quarter of the on- Also Wednesday, Sept. 4 tire polmlailon of this country. The "green I,elt' sc .eme, nst pro- rve Evening---Barbecued p,mnded by IIerberl M,,rrlson, Labor- I Chicken, Fried Chicken, Baked Virginia Ham | Its leader of the L.ndo. county coun- I ---All kinds of Sandwiches, etc. | ell, envisqges preservation of a girdle | | of open slmees arollnd London, be- ~l tween the hub and outer rlng of the n,etropolls, to be secured permanently Tavernale Nite Club against the building tide. Mr. Morrl- son announced that the council was prel~u'ed to si)end 2,0(k0,(~)0 ($10,000,- On Highway 31 Between Malakoff and At ens, 0bx~) during the next three years ia Phone Malakoff 88 helping local authorities to purchase green h,nd. WASIIED AIR COOLING SYSTEM It is hope~ to create au hmer green belt In approxinmtely a 12-mile radius mma~ of Clmrlng C,'oss and fin outer one t~t dista,,,e 20 ,n le, t a l, belt ,voul0 CROSS CHILDREN a IPAqr~ be about half a mile wide. t=,r~a MAY HAVE WORMS A survey h, 1927 showed that within Watch for ups~ little ~tomach., bad breath, ~ ]. miles Ch,,.ng ,oss some 1,= 0, BUTTER KIS acres of land still remained as suitable ~os= tnd arms. The,/' may have pm or round ~--~T-~ ~-~ a "lungs," or ()pen spaces. By 1930 that worm~. Whites Cream Vermlfug. has $are=v L~L$ L~'/~ ! and for year~ reliablF expelled the worms l~/~.l.~.~'~.J..fl area had dwindled by 5,500 acres, and and toned the dellcat, tract. Whites Ureamt Vemlfuil. t'*eommtndt4 by dxusstm fit In 1933 only 23,500 acres were avail- , " " Made in llenderson Con Y' able. PAYNE S DRUG STORE It Is estimated that tn .'20 years at = ~ ; ~ -" that rate there will be no open spaces within II miles of the center- of Lea- m . . ' = don. ' ,, Read the Advertlsemen~L '' V 1 Kerens, Texas On the Highway Tuesday, Wed., Thursday September 3-4-5th ,] .. (3! America's darling is generalissimo of joy, as her sunny songs and dancing feet fill you to overflowing with the joy of llvingl JOHN BOLES ROCHELLE HUDSON JANE DARWELL P,do e~.ld She~on _ i _21 II ........... All goods sold by us are guaranteed to be as reprtsented. Our purpose is to supply you with the best of every.hing in our line at the lowest possible price. That Good and 0il tJ t lUl | I I