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INSURANCE AGENCY GENERALINSURANCE H. C, Riddlesperger at First National Bank "the Voice of The Lignite City" ....................... I I P. T. KIL A M. D. Medicine and Surgery Office Phone 81 Residence Phone 78 Office: Skile~ Building I I I .L 20 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1931 NUMBER 12 Member Federated Home Owned Stores SWEATERS and misses" smart fancy Sweaters. style of Rayon, Wool Cotton ................. ocal Pastor Closes[Car Cranked In Gear 'Tig'ers Win Over ! Successful 51eeting Crashes Into Window Dawson Bull Dogs J With Eustace Church in Skiles Building By Score of 6 to 2 m m m Slip over and BLANKETS plaid Blankets. double size. 64 x 76 The pair ............................. 72 x 84, full 4'/t pound, part wool ............ 2.98 BROWN DOMESTIC Heavy four yard Brown Do- mestic. Last year 12c, now___ Lick them HINDS! Honey and Almond Cream Regular 50c, Special for Friday, Saturday and Monday we're for U OUTING yard wide and well napped Outing in and. solid colors. The yard ............ -, ..... LADLES' SHOES and straps of Kid and Patent. as well ttovelty Oxfords, Now the pair ................. RAIN COATS and girl's rubberized cotton Coats in Duo-tone tweed colored plaid lining. Las~ year's Now ............... ,and Mrs. Horace Kirk of Spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mrs. Frosctl returned With them Sunday night tit. i i [/~ ff/IiiI~ irdlh'r~ ir~i il'~dmiilmh-lmi ~ mT/tiW/ll ~ oachJ. D. Waller spent the week-end with his brother. Ray Waller at Dawson and on Satur- day, they attended the football game between Baylor U and Texas Tech at Waco. I --for-- i: THERE'S no denying the fact that Jerry, Jimmy, Johnny, and Billy de- mand extry wear out of their little Shoes. That is why every pair of Peter's shoes has extra wear built i right in them. Extra comfortable, with extra good looks and extra long wearing. Priced extra low. Rev. Wallace Clark, pastor of the local Baptist Church, return ed to his home here Friday night from Eustace where he closed a very successful seven-day re- vival meeting. During the meeting, which ended with the evening service Friday, five additions were made to the church, two of which unit- ed with the church by baptism and three by promise of letter. Four people, including the two new members by baptism, agreed to tithe, During the meeting a liberal sum was raised for Missions, and at the close of the last service, the pastor and wife were honor- ed with a pounding. Honor Roll Students Organize Hi.Y Club The Honor Roll students of the Malakoff High School met Thurs- day afternoon under the super- vision of Mrs. A W. Clark for the purpose of organizing a Hi-Y Club This club is composed of students whose grades for the past six weeks are A or better. The students present for the meeting were; Mary Flagg and Maude Hall, Freshmen; Ernes. tine Orrick and Christine Lind- sey Sophomores; Syble Reece, Junior; Ruth Nolen, Sarah Lach- er, Lorena Truelove and Alice McLain, Seniors. The officers elected were; Christine Lindsey, President and Lorena Truelove, Secretary. The teachers are well pleased because ten percent of the stu- dent body is represented, which is the best record of scholarship in the history of the Malakoff High School. Parent-Teachers Meet The Malakoff Parent.Teacher Association met at the high school auditorium Tuesday night Nov. 3, there were 37 present. Mrs. H P. Ady, the bresident called the meeting to order at 7:45 and a very interesting and varied program was given. Lit- tle Miss Robt)ie Moore Anderson pleased the assembly with a read- mg which was followed by two selections on the piano Miss Har- tin. Rev. Clark gave a very helpful talk on "Health as Relat- edtoMorals." Mrs Seal, the county health nurse talked on the ubject which confronts the county schools at this time and this is the diotheria menace. She warned the parents that they should take advantage of mmunization that can be had at nominal cost no . Mr Willis gave a report on the school during the first six weeks The Chevrolet sedan belonging The Malakoff High School Ti- to A. H. Jones. colored school gers annexed their fourth grid- principal, after being cranked iron victory last Friday after- while in reverse gear about 5:30 o'clock Monday afternoon back-0' ed away from its driver and crashed into the plate glass win- dow of Dr. Kilman's office on Main Street. The car. when cranked by its owner, was standiq in front of the Kirby & Sons grocery store. When the engine started the car circled out into the street and then turne'd and climbed upon the sidewalk, which is more than a foot in height and broke out the window. Other than the broken glass the building was not damaged. The rear of the car suffered considerable damage. Honor Roll Students for First Six Weeks "The One.Price Store" " MALAKOFF, -:- -:- STORE The following is a list of stu- dents of the Malakoff Indepen- dent Schools who are placed on the Honor Roll for the first six- weeks period for having made a straight-A card. 11th Grade Alice McLain, Sarah Lacher, Ruth Nolen and Lorena Truelove 10th Grade Syble Reace 9th Grade Christine Lindsey and Ernest- ine Orrick 8th Grade Mary Flaug and Maude Hall 7th Grade Martha Huff, Joe Ady. Vernon Whitehead, Vernon Patton, Ja- nice Owen and Sarah Orrick 6th Grade Irma Slaughter and Doris Mitchell 5th Grade Robbie Moore Anderson, Helen Neal, Martha Carson and Ruth Neal 4th Grade Maurice Sherman and Billie Gray Payne 3rd Grade Vera Lee Ramsev, James Evans noon in Dawson. Texas when they defeated the strong "Bull Dog" eleven of the Dawson High School by the narrow margin of 6 to 2. This encounter marked the sixth grid battle for the Ti- gers this season, four of which were victories and two defeats and keeping the standing of the team well above the half.way mark with a percentage of 666 2-3. The dope bucket picked the Bull Dogs to emerge victorious on this occasion and the appear- aoce of the two teams when first made on the field served to sway the opinion, even of local fans, as to which would be the winner However, size, on this occasion failed as a valuable asset, The heavy team was unable to sub- due the light and fast Tiger ma- chine and with the exception of one occasion, the locals were never in danger of defeat, The lone touchdown of the game was made by the Tigers near the end of the first half on a series of end runs and off-tackle plays, af- ter they had recovered a fumble at the expense of the Bull Dogs. The two point counter of the Dawsonites, came near the end of the contest, when Malakoff received the ball on downs on their own 1-foot line. R. E Dod~on got off a bad punt which was caugnt in the wind and driv- en back, to the goal line and was recovered in the end zone by 14oyall Hounsel, Tiger half-back This play was called a safety and gave 2 points to the Bull Dogs. The ball was then brought out to the Tigers 20.yard line and plac- ed in the hands of the Tigers. After two hue plays, Dodson punted out of the danger zone and Dawson was never able to return the ballto a scoring po- sition Thus the game ended with the score at 6 to 2 in favor of the Tigers. Vivian Kirby, J. D. Thomas, Ber- Funeral Services For tha Moore, Therrei Woods, Joyce John Henry Richardson Ginn and Martha Beaird. Held At Athens Sat, 2ud Grade John Melvin Anderson, Thom- as Johnson, Jean Mitchell, Fay. Funeral services for John Hen- rene Dodson, Dorothy Smith, ry Richardson, 46, who died very Louise Quillan, Guy E Matthews suddenly at his Athens home at Marion Orrick, Charles Anderson 5 o'clock Friday afternoon as Bettie Lee Webster, Oleta Thorn- the result of a cerebral hemorrh- as and Chester Suddeth. age, were held at the City Ceme- Grade tery in Athens at 3 o'clock Sat- William Beaird, J J. Grooms, urday afternoon. Ernestine Wood, Audrey Rogers, Mr. Richardson, was a lifelong Lynadene Kirby, Dick Brownlee, resident of Athens and enjoyed Darnell Cuds and Mary House. a large circle of friends in this Mexican School city, During the past few years Matias Vidal, Margarito Ocon, he has been engaged in the au- Maria Olvera, Otila Molina and tomobile businea at Athens. He Carmin Medina. is survived by his mother, Mrs Keeping i Member Federal Reserve System | | | ! At New Low Prices oooo A timely opportunity to replace your broken glass! 10" x 12"_ ............ 6c 10" x !4"_ .............8c 12" x 30"_ ........... 25c 20" x 28"_ ........... 40c DOUBLE STRENGTH 24" x 28"_ ........... 70c 36" x 36"_ ......... $1.50 Other sizes proportionately low priced. Building Paper Red Paper, 20-lb. ro!1__65c Blue Paper, 20-1b ro11__70 Malakoff Lumber Company Malakoff, Texas I II I DOZEN I I [I I I IIII II I II I151 BALTIMORE, MD' PINT II Beef Steak, fore quarter I ii I Round Steak, pound I I I I T-Bone Steak pound .... M. E Richardson of Athens; and .... in which he showed the high and the Grand four sisters, Mrs. A, S. Ford, Loin Steak pound average and standardof the local At this meeting the Past Grand Mrs. Albert Royall, and Mrs. school for the peesent year. Lodge degrees Alice Richardson of Athens and Tnere was a short business were conferred on Mr. Martin Beef Ribs pound meeting and those present were and Mr. Cartlidge They report Mrs. Jack Nash of Kaufman. the session as one of harmony served a delighted course of re- freshments provided by the Mes and very interesting and instruc Third Grade To Pre- Brisket dames Huff, Pierce. Carson. tive. ' ~ sent Play Friday Site Mitchell, Orrick and Ady. ------ More patrons are invited to at- tend the next meeting which will NOTICE! our store will be closed all day Wednesday. NOVEMBER 1 lth. Armistice Day ii ]u Ill II Ill I Harbour's 13C beheld the first Wednesday in December. i ii i ,,il W. F. Young, I. W. Nolen, A. A. Cartlidge and Harvey Martin. members of the local Odd Fel- lows Lodge, attended the confer- ence session of the Grand Lodge Malakoff, A playlet.entitled, "Doll Sym- posium" Will be presented by the third grade pupils at the High School Auditorium Friday even. ing, November 6th, beginning at 8 o'clock. A small admission !charge of 10c will be made the entire proceeds will be used in buying window shades for the third grade room, The general .... public is urg attendi "iii~ i!iii pound I I I I IIII : Fresh Sall s'age pound Beef Roast, best cuts 12c I I If : : i