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November 4, 1932

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entSchoolsw "hose report card l b oulla| .............. I b IALAKOFF INSURANCE A@.NCY I ' p.T. KILMAN, M.D. I GENERAL INSURANCE I Medicine and Surgery J Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger I Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas I Office at First National Bank I ,d Telephones 81, 78 and 71 I - | "the Voice of The Lignite City" -- MALAKOFF. HENDERSON-- COU T, T XAS, RID Y, NOVEMBER 4, 1932 NUMBER 2 Highway No. 31 Is i i i I Street Paving Here ] - i- " Completed To Cedar I ]ii::ii: ll is firanted By The. l'Nr l['V I , Creek Last Friday] j: iilll HighwayCommmsm ., v'v, i Federat-- Owned Stores " i j ! t , " J I Cash Specmls For Saturday and Monday I [ to connect with the end of the| I [ [Commission Thursday granted a We offer the Greatest Bargains ever known in the history of m ] Jersey Ram Coats, Jersey Bloomers first section just west of the city I I [ [concrete spur from the new high. merchandising in Malakoff. I Children's Rain Coats with I Ladies' Jersey Bloomers or was completed at noon Friday by [ |way extending through the main _ " - | Berets to match. All razes6 |Childpen'sgayonstripe bytheLacyOonstructionCompa-] l I business street to the Cotton Belt 111' No. I -er lb. II A ! to 14 I ny of Dallas. As soon as the two/ [railroad, and the resident engi- IWUl II Wnl il ,,,+ ' i lWltt | i ' +1.79 i ,+c . strips of pavement had been con. l I ,neer. Mr. Treadawayof Athens ...... ''* _ " 1 nected, the giant mixer and the/ I [ was directed to proceed with the half or whole 9c i I , ,' t other machinery, were brought | I I+onstructiion work as early as pos ..... I ., . , . t +mrtmg " on into town and loaded on flat/ I bibis" lml g II Extra P I ] Ladles Ram Coats IsI'd or fancy blue Shirting ears that were waiting on the / ! I it is not yet definitely known, /l 1 [][][] M ..... k I Plaid, flannel back, belted | for many uses, theyard- siding. The equipment was ship-/ 10 BUSHELS OF CORN FOR /however, asto whether or not 1 LIJlUlll| .Igh Patent mud | model 2.98 value, our reg- I ped out Saturday morning to [ . DEMOCRACY /tlte city will realize this big im- == --=== == ==, == | I ular price- mmm I Trinidad, where it will be set up] farF erA'andR aer akeH ,ntswC;talYo [provement, due to the fact that . .^ I Zm4 I 31 from the r,+el+ to the v,v,+rl R.osevelt-Garner Medallion at the ,,.hi,.h ' " + .... l and the remaining strip of No, [ bushels of 10-cent corn for a $1,00 I the Lacy Constructi,m Company, UIIlLI so. t can lUC I .......... Democratic booth at the Stat~ ................. . ....... ~' ........ ] I Sweaters will be laid.. . This strip is. only| doFair'my"It'Spart towardsthe onlYgettingWay Hooverl can Ihandle. the project,, had. already Delmonte PEACHES 2 I-2,1b. 2 for 25c | + e Line" at Children's Fancy slid.over, two miles ]n length and will re- / ........ ; . l shtp0ed out the,r eqmpment to , I quire about two weeks to com-/ ~hUt a~rahit%tlhenase,'t' tsnaey~aFmae~n~: [ Trinidad before the order had j lmldl llllmlmA .. . 41 _ | I one p n uo s In" wool and Rayon, 28 to 34 piers. . /R+zcrs. [arrived Mr. Treada ,ay stated IIwKR heK z pounds I O0 ! i Boy's black leatherette I Work of building up the shoul- / .... Ithat he had received orders! ........ ..... ~ I shee peltcoats, heavywom I derson this first section from the SeYe[l| Students eros the Comae.Con a.d had BR00 Jjl batlne collar,, to 18- .Ill ,a Wrk Sh|rU in every department played theof thBUlgamdgs ! t l [ " s t .... mow ~' therloca s city to Wofford. is moving alongl "" " lioY ,,,, ]prepared the contract to be sent' ......... H A_ --: ++..+ +.--_ +gd one _ _.,,__+llSc i .l very nloely, and with favorlbleI + lag+ [lOP K0I, the main offices of the Lacy ,.rsn,,ndm | weather conditions the road will/ I a,, Oo .lnel lCom any at Dallas, The figures v,,wv + Ft,-,,,,, av , ! | 'ens, samedescriptin, 49 I Men'eblueWorkShirtm-- becom letedlnltsentwet In a[ iv, .wHuulintheoontract, it is understood '-'- __ .... . + . ....... ' ........... | - , . ....... m i /l po Inall ....................... I + _ , . glli .., very short ttme, Orsdingon the/ _ /calla :or the same ra+e as cllo,'ne [] 'lmmli $ -ounds ,,* ,,,+ ....... 4a" i * seeondseetion, however, willnot| The followin seventy Stu / aving of the highway, andtt Is /,I BI'Ii .^v . ........ _?. | l ., to ] Ladles Dresses bestirred until the concrete hat ]dents of the M.alakoff Independ-.]doubtful that Lacy will accept Ililrlllll P ...... :.-. + | --- '' ....... been allowed to set the required | . /the project on that Uasis, because t l l rtlt lrt lr/d .......:'t._ --" 1" | i Fine, all wool French spun I -- length of time. The road from [shows a straight A grade have/of the expense inwlved in set l)laltaOO lfft kl ll1 Z;J lob. 1.'1"O | M I o to w 11 open placed on the monor t oit . , | Jersey Dresses, very at- I , 0rK a ak ff Tr" "dad i 1" ly |. hing up their machinery on such ,.,'.. ,,,^,, _ +" ....... =- | e th h u for the first weeks permd i tractive styles-- I Mensgray-mixedSocks-- notbeopen duntil et oro gh-| " " " [a small project Ab[ lOl + 4 tall cans I i 1195 ! 5c fare clear through to the county, Ele'/,enth::arde bAb? / In the event that the Lacy | i ?:amtPatYistU:n;d: n t h: PINTO+ BEANS ,o 29c i / I ' " twill enter a bid at a higher fig- ._ _ ' __ | .. , . . [Jewel Johnson, LorenaTrneiove, lure, and it is to be hoped that NILK 12 small cans I lalaKOr/LOSES /Irene Riddlesperger, Fay Wil-/the Commission will accept their ...... , ' ! banks' proposition. Conference flame Tenth Grade + " ..... SBGAR ,o po..d+ 3.qe ! N ,To Wortham, 6.0/ Nellie Hall, Christine LindseY,/The Malakof . News I"" '"'' '- wwW ] Evelyn Whitehead, Allen Dale Hereafter To Be RN " 4, "+'I" ql . I PAY -- co No. T" mi s" o "'a' "o ..... /Hounsel, Ernestine Orrict . i ......... . I ne x+ ger tr m m mK r[ rngn i Ninth Grade [ l UUllSlled un rrtaay Mary Flag , Maude Hall , _ t ECONOMY STORE School were turned back in their " ! second conference game of the[ ....... " I The readers of the Malakoff ..... -r----- j " + season Friday afternoon when I Joe Martha l News will please take notice that MALAKOFF, -:- TEXAS they invaded the back yard of|Huff " |hereafter they will receive their the High School Bulldogs at Won- | -- .... | ar, er each week on Friday, in- A Complete Line of Good Merchandise! this, Texas, and were forced to] Loyd L:3:;?t r::a?laughter, ]stead of Thursday as heretofore, m 1 1 vd bring home the short end of a 6/no.;..,,+.+. |The paper will be issued early 1" I 1 II fl I1" I,/ OVERALLS [ SPECIALS + Men's ' toO, .... | ........... STxth Grade /ly enough to go on the routes the . ---+ _ - _ , in wno accompamea tne | r ,rath,, nira ,, ll !same day as published and also ' - lJli Tigers to Wortham agree that ........................... COATS[ Dress Shirts k MarthaC r iin Athens and Trinidad, the pa- I and prints, l ut l ......................... " " . Is,, R,, h! ]per will be delivered on Frid .i s .................. I and materials [ be ts quality " e el ..........F'if" h'Or*a* |before. orking conditions "n Boy's___._.___29e 49c each but a bad break in the very first/ ...... "L - .. l the office have made necessary " frame, which resulted in the lone [Jmme tiray r a, yne, Dana Ithis change in policy, 1 Nov III 1 ! Come in and see Specials not listed 1toomarkermuchftotheoverCnteSt'come provedMany /[ Acre' ............ MaUF':t:rtSl e 7:;e t[ NOTICE + _ .l+- . , ...... uwl ?, 1 m .... ooyee t mn, vlarena tiatru, w- , t,meweretheT]gersw,thmeasy| ....... r*'aMoo ITOHARBOURS CUSTOMERS, g I af FLOUR .75 "1 ; scoring distance, but each timel vlen lroy-. e :n _ re. I On account of next Frida ........ ' -- " ' .theylaek,edthenecessary.P.unehl Camero/nM?tch: na,e VernelielNov. llbeing "Armistice Da ; Cream MEAL .25 | 1 to carry nrougn ion a toucnaown. . " t On this occasion the locals were lruller; Mildred Perkins, Dorothy lout store will be closed. ' ......... t+iee handicapped; first, withl smith' Brooks Jackson, Elbert[ HARBOUR S GROCERY L AR I) 8.1b. Bucket .61 e 1 Pennmgton, Lomse Qmlhn, Oleta th h'gh wind which rendered|_r. I +.. ,,, _. , t + ,,,,,,, , thomas + unaa' cnool rarly -, their powerful passing game use-[ " . . + I " = MATCH ES 6 boxes .1 make the trip. vian McGregor, Rachael Soldana, Lee Riddlesperger Saturday eve% R IC E package .12 _- Giadys Joe Robertson, William ins for a lovely Hollo e en Party ,,, u ,,, Grand-daushter Ut Beaird, Albert Pennington, Edith Black eats and other features of.. . r.,) T. J. Swanson Weds Thomas, Ursuia Cross, Katie Lee Hallowe'en played a big part in I UlK K per pound .ui At Corsicans Thursday Dees, Lynadean Kirby, Marie making the evening one of fun. " ' ..... ...did not end with Daniel Boone and fieorge Rog- ers Clark. The pioneers of today do not use rifles, but ia Malakoff's business life the old originality and daring still flourish. We stand back of it, First National Malakoff, Texas -- +Perdue, Marie Scroggins, Margie Miss Maurine Carsweli, grand- Lou Thomas, Luin Kirk, First Grade daughter of J. Swanson was Cherrie Marie Dillard, Bobble married last Thursday+ at hi 'h Orriek, Billie Scholl, R E Byrd, noon, in the home of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Carsweli of Corsieana Elton Pierce, Maxine Vi regge. Mexman School to J. Albert Young of that city. Miss Carsweli a student of the Floreneio Benavides, Luis Or- Joseph Giezendaner School of tega, ManuelaGonzalez. Dramatis Art of Houston is- a oopular member of the younger Malakoff To Play Many interesting games and con- tests were played. The names listed are of winners in various plays: Booby prizes went to Dorris Ruth Dodson, Sarah Orrick, Mary Flagg, and Alva Marie Tidmore, Main prizes to: Margie Lou Pat. ton, Doris R. Dodson, Sarah Car- son, Winifred Weir and Marga- ret Patton, Janice O en and set of Corsicans. Mr. Young is Dawson Hi. Today Ernestine Orriek, The entire the son of Mr. and Mrs J A. ___ cla s of 15 girls was present. i Young a pioneer family o f Na- The Malakoff High School Ti- At the conclusion of the men. varro County. After a short wed- gers are scheduled to play the riment the refreshment commit, dins trip to Austin, San Anton- Bulldogs from Dawson on the tee assisted by Mrs. Riddlesper. to and other South Texas points local field this afternoon, The get served tuna fish sandwiches, will be at home on 2nd Ave. at game will be called a t 3:30 Corsicans. o'clock. Read th. &dve~e~ lle~ the Ad,et*J~n~,t~ lollipops and grape juice. The next social meeting of the class will be announced at a fu. tune date P-NUT BUTTER III II I II III I I II '1 , CATSUP Ill I Ill I I II I Toilet SOAP + iiiiiiiiii I II I I Ill Illl ASPIRINS 3 10c boxes .19 I I IllII!lll I IIIIIIII I [ I Ill .... large 2 for .25 llllllll l III I I II IIIII l II +-- I I I + 9 bars II II I The Thankslziving Turkey Market is now open and be advisable to dispose of part of your flock early. See us before you sell. i H [ ii [ i I I "JUST HOME FOLKS"