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MALAKOFF '1 GENERAL INSURANCE ~ n• Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger ~ ~,d lip ~pP'd~ Office at First National Bank i~ .. I~ 61i • • • - flip :;; : .: , . . . _-< The Vo,ce of The L, gn,te City VOLUME 23 ....... MALAKOFF HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1934 , , ' Malakoff .School I'Methodist Revival Three Undergo . A . il To Begin Fall Term I Campaign To Start Tonsil0perations I T =t I I = Monday Morning • Sunday Morning Sunday Mornmg • Member Federated and Red and White Stores i Su erred bv-' e' " ' - I l/~ PP y largest scrip. I The annual revival meeting of Miss Eddie Turlington, daugh• lastic enrollment in its history. I the First Methodist Church of ter of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Turl- -- o the Malakoff school system wiliIMalakoff will get underway Sun- ington of Route 2 and two little FallIF't' J begin its eighth session since the day morning, according to the Mexican children, Elite and Au. •Ices attempt was made to have it announcement o f ReD Jester rora Esquivel of Malakoff, un- classified and standardized among White, resident pastor, and will derwent successful operations for ..,m .. ~ ~ .. the best in East Texas Thelcontinue for only oneweek, end- the removal of Tonsils at the I:l~all: WlLll l[Da~' yoJ~ ~0 scholastic eensus which was taken ] ing with the evening services on Kilman Hospital here Sunday " "- " last Spring showed Malakoff tolSeptember 16th. morning. qlp _ ,g _ A possess 941 children within scho. I ReD. Fred Few, Presiding El. Immediately following the op- lll~lrg~_alPll 17glli, e lastic age. This was an increaselder of the Jacksonville District, erations, the patients were plae- liltll1 IIb~lll of 60 over the preeeeding year. Iwili conduct the two preaching ed in the hospital ward where The following teachers cnnsti- Iservices' at 9 o'clock A. M. and they were cared for throughout ............. tute the school faculty for the[7:30 P M. each day. ReD. Few the day. Late Sunday afternoon, ~ILl~ ~| tl~,~l[f-~ 1934-1935 session: M. P. Willis, lis a young man and a very able as all three were showing contin- ............... ~superintendent of schools and]and forceful preacher. Fryer to ued improvement, they wereper- Select your ne~ tart t rocz zrom our smaruy srymu rams -- teacher of Latin and high school]his selection as a presiding elder, mitred to return to their homes. tt E ITexas History; Melvin Taylor, l he had successfully served as pas- The operationswereperformed , p o"lv m,v ...... . h gh school prmcnpal and teacher It°r of more than one of the larger by Dr. P. T. Ktlman. wnth the I of Mathematics and science: A. l churches of the State. ReD White asmstance of Mrs. Horace E. Bloomers l Blankets w. (Dub) Norton, high schoolland his congregation feels that Duncan, registered nurse from ...... , ..... I ............ , l coach and teacher of History and Ithey are very fortunate in secur- Dallas. unlmren s ayon [rlpe l ~4notner real -r'ICK tJO c~ • . ~ ...... . I ........ t loomers--" i lap"^ coloreu+ DIOCKL'" plalu,' #'0 i panisn; truth tJarre[c, teacnerlmg tne services ot SUCh an. able I "ouble Biant e's air I of high school English and Public|may to conduct this series of re- /, t.wa C .awA h4 I X ~SU, I:l L, O . . - L,’:il~ ~.,IUI~U tat" 15c , [Speaking', Minnie C. Phillips, ]rival servmes. , , 1[_ O [teacher of Commerce in highJ Rev Wnite will assist the via- tends Medical Socmtv Ladies' Bloomers 1Pc ,Jq,,=wl n mx st r n the eet • " • ." I school; H Q. Boone, elementary[iti g "nie i m ingand ,, ..... , [school principal and teacher inJwill also take personal charge of teellflg AI Alllens LADLES' FALL FELTS department; Elizabeth Daniel, Jthesong services. The Metho- *---'- [ teacher i n department; Annie]dist people extends a very cordial The open meeting of the Hen. Ladies' Fall Felts with the very brim to suit your type-Pope Gilreath, teacher in depart-[invitation to the Malakoff peot)le derson County Medical Society. [ment; ExaPipes, fourth grade;/generallyto attend any and all held at the Bavtist Stadium in Dorotl y Mac Harris, third andIof these servi?es. _ Athens Tuesday evening, was at- . l fourth grade; Edna Willis, thirdt --- tended by a large crowd. The" Unionsuits I Tennis Shoes grade; Cally Johnson, second] .,, . health talks were presented to I I grade; Mary +d+ Evans, second/ I'OilIICal apeecnes the laity in such terms to make Ma3 tWam:: uUn36t:u46' I S:o++? r:cdi l,e M::eYloE;e??efi :tn Enjoyed in Sunday %eymie:SnflsYfr:nd : £ reTh : m-d A I 41mA +Mary Francis Weeden teaches] School Class Party speakers for l Music in the school system, andl - Dr. C. M. Rosser stressed the I Mrs. M. P. Willis teaches Ex-I ..... ; ..... importance of increased financial " ,6" ,, ..__ • pression. J tm°.ers oz the ulass aid from the state for the pro- , . . ano ne X0ung 2/10 1O e UlaSs • • , it Is thougnt by school authom/ ............ motmn of pubhc health. He also . . . oI tne r lrs ; tiapl;lSl; unurcn en- • • Ues that a crowded condmon may posted out that the state appro Time to step into new Fal'l Footwear. A Free Souvenir l;o ed a ;oint entertainment at - for the Kiddies with every pair of "Peters" Shoes. arise in the elementary school[ e church Thursday evening in prmted more money for the pres. which will necessitate the hiringl .......... ervation of health in animals tlmn . . . wmcn a pouucal eampmgn speaz- • • of an addttmnal teacher ] ...... .. tt does for the health of nts peo. • mg was one mg numaer on me f Patrons of the schools are re-/ " ' m pie. • " evenmg s progra . • • " #'~ lt~ #'~IU~IU~NLF 11~1~II~ & 113trll~TtX11~IkTrl~ quested to enroll tLae]r chddren] s ,.. ............. • .. ao Dr. George Carhsle m dmeuss. Id[IKUlL, I'-IN~I /~r4-5~/~ll'lr4Ml at the earliest possible momentl...'~ '~"~..'~'.~.~"'~..•"~ ink the heart, emphasized the ......... """'+~ "" "' ....... ""'" ....... :--- -tance of knowtn- the --es In oraer tna~ mnaamen~at eases-I which a radio transmatter and re mtp~r m pr - XT.. 0 ~ ~ " __ --= rials may be obtained Desire-| .... ' .... " enee or absence of a heart disease ~.'~u. ~., ' . " . . Celvlng sel; were nrougnm inl;o O e e " • +-- t reen naeans cans ,25 bleattendance ,s prereqmmte to l ....... S many peopl ar atra,d to D~tIl8 . use, The class rooms, locat+e(l al~ v " " o the success of all school chtldren. J.. .......... ha e an exammatton f the heart I me rear ot me church • nUll(ling tt,~t. ’,~a,, o,~m~thiaa ,w;,vh• h,~ Pint " --" " " served as the broadcasting ate- " .................. ~ .... m ..... T S each , wrong. He also stated that focal As are us 1 .lb a n~u~ t, t,u rum where the audtence was ~n+ P g P Harbour s Grocery [tion and was connected with a infections as infected teeth, ton- loudspeaker in the main audito. • - Jo D~a~c~oatoa! .... mls. and ears were the mum caus- e......-,. Pure Cane I 1 - es of heart disease. For instance comfortab y seated, i v 1 h n ~" • he bel e ed that a l e ildre J0 pounds The Harbour Grocery the past] Editor Scholl ,,In,,°a the ,.,qo of - - ~=~ " week underwent a com'~lete| - -" ~* ~'~", .... ;'* "~ • should have their tonsils remov- e" stauon announcer ann WhO, In " - v " -" lJ • a earance as new . e(l topre user cusp ca- Itl.... ~ .... A good buy ~ ~c_ 11 ~ change m pp . . . (the course of the program, mtro. ,;...o l~SV~ D~[Itll8 now J-lOS .II paint was applied to both thelduced such speakers as LeRoy ""~_~" +^L_ ,~ v ...... :~ .~.. fixtures and to the interior wallslKirby" Melvin Taylor. Cleburne ~r. o~.. ~. zw.g ~.m ...~ • " " s e | the best treatment of diseases of • and ceflmg The ceiling ha b en Lar e Packed m ] Bradley. key. J. L Brantley. • • • • g " " " " e children m preventmn. There m Peaches .1 ~o,+.++ in pale ivory while th u v s cans • heavy my up 5 Iv" was ............. Jim H atE an, Bob Johnson,-o,',+-+,,- .,h,, . ohild should walls down to the she mg I~,,,, M~t+ohw~ --d ~;-;s Ha-a,, ........... -- - ~--- in whi'e The shelvin-hasI':'" " "~ ."7'.7"'. -:"'. "~' have smallpox, diphtheria, ty- No. Z uut+v ~. tt wno presentea melr platforms in • • • d k red to a photd fever, or even whooping ~,+ Cut Beets cans for been changed from ar Itheir races for ehureh pastor . light shadeof green with thinlSunday School Superintendent, cough. ~ iged ~ White 5c and 10c I-lb. • • , ° +~~ borders of black. The front oflteaeher of the T. E. L. Class and refund for .... s the braiding also wears a new|for membership on the Board of Horace Johnson - , .~.. ~.uh’ Ji~, coat of green /Deacons. The entire program re urn oz jar,..v,,. . . . • This decided change in the col- was filled with merriment and Thanks Voters , tP T o | ' Medicine and Surgery ) ~ Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 71 $ I I I IIII --+- -I ! " VE"S "Y+ ' IC= ", i,; +'I l..L.+ " This week completes our Fifth year in the Grocery business in Malakoff. During these years we have enjoyed our fair share of your patronage and weare apt)reciative. We have justfinished redecorating our store for your comfort and con- venience and cordially invite you to come in now and inspect our new up-to-date market and grocery. 48-Pounds Guaranteed J 20 pounds +'. Flour 1.49 l Sugar 96c Peanut Butter quart 23c 3 large cans j o° large cans CORN 25eI KRAUT 25© Potted Ham 10 cans 25e+ 1 2 Pound Lipton's J10 cans TEA 29cI NILK _ '25c Laundry Soap 15 bars 25e 3 large cans J 10 pounds Tomatoes 23cj Spuds 15c Green Beans 3 large cans 25e 3 No. 1 cans [ Large bucket Pineapp!e 25c I Snowdrift 67c Harbo~ "Where Malakoff Trades --| + ~ i ECONOMY" STORE A Complete Line of Good Merchandise I I I I I ,,f/ ~4 Old Dutch 2 cans ice cream from g in refrigerators • O 6 cans FOR THE SCHOOL LUNCH Kraft's Cream Spread glass .17 Sun Spun or Miracle Whip Salad Dressing .1o Quart jar P-Nut Butter 6 cans Armour's Potted Ham St)iced Ham lb. .32 1 lb. of Loaf 2-1b. box 1 lb. Vanilla or scheme greatly enhances the appearance and adds to the clean- liness of this popular store. Re- cently Mr. Harhour installed one of the very iatest McCray refrig- erator meat display eonnters In the market department which also added considerably to the appearance of his store. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kirby and Mr. and Mrs. R. C Orrick, St. • attended a party Tuesday even- ing at Underwood Club House, A hens, given in honor of key. and Mrs. Sam Terry who left this week for a nine months stay -- abroad. • 28 Barbara Ann Wallace four year old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Wallace of Trinidad under. went an o .ation for removalof .17 tonsils and adenoids,at the Kil- man Hen ital was thoroughly enjoyed by the large number present• Words fail when I try to ex. Following the entertainment press my appreciation of the features, the T E. L. Class serv. confidence placed in me by the ed the group with ice cream and voters of Henderson Co. when cake. you elected me to the office of County Clerk. I snail ever try yno Breaks to keep that confidence. Mexican I sincerely appreciate the ef. Arm in Fall From Tree forts my many friends who so actively supported me. May I Little D. Castillo, six year old Mexican boy, is suffering from a broken left atom which he receiv- ed last Thursday afternoon when he fell from a tree in which he was playing. The injured boy was brought to the Kilman Hos pital for medical attention. An X-Ray examination of the injury arm showed that both bones re broken between th~ wrist and The arm was inn )faster eMt.- re-assure you that your suppo.rt will be rewarded with faithful i service. To those who did not support me, I want tosay you are still my frienes, and I need your co-~ operatioh that I may render the most efficient service of which I am eapaMe. Again, thanking you. I am, Sincerely yours HORACE 100%1 LEATHERS WEARLONGER! GEl YOUR ~'OTSA PAIR lUGGED, wearing sh< built on he, lastsl... Pol styles and pri All sizes. 36 inch Unbleached Domestic. Yard... ] All patterns-- C izrade, fast Fall Dresses in Silks and Wash Materhls