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MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE Dan Royall H.C. Riddlesperger Office at First National Bank / ,i ,d P4 "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" Medicine and Surgery MALAKOFF TRINIDAD Pho.e Sl. 78. 71 pho,e $ Kilman Hospital, Malakoff, No. 81 $ VOLUME 24 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1935 NUMBER I I I ' 111 I Suedene llon's ........... 1.49 Boy's ............ 9Sc Leather ........ 3.9S Co.lucy Good quality Blues, Browns and Tans Winter Boy's .. 39c Men's .. 69c All sizes Coats and Dresses This season our coats and dresses have been the talk of the buying public. Now is your opportunity to select from full stocks. Coats Dresses $5.95 up $1.95 up , ii Shoe weather! And our line is more complete than ever before. ChiId's All sizes ....... .... 98C Scout Shoes Peters--S1.49 For Dress_ _.$1[.95 WINTER MATERIALS Congressman Nat Pat- ton To Be Principal Speaker At Banquet The Hon. Nat Patton, congress. Election Carries By 35 MajorityOf the 183 Votes Cast That the completion of the new man from this Congressional gymnasium on the bouth end of District, has accepted the invita- the high school campus may at tion to be the principal speaker at the annual Father and Son's Banquet at the Malakoff High School on the evening of Novem- ber 12th. Mr. Patton, who represents this district in Congress, is wide- ly known in the political life of Texas, he having served for sev- eral years in the Texas Senate )rior to his becoming a member Congress. Since becoming a pare of the official life at Wash- ington, he has shown his interest in Malakoff and vinicity on see. eral occasions. Those who are fortunate enough to be included Woolens, Flannels and in the number'of invited guests " " To at this social function of the Main- Cottons, 54 and 36. thoroughly satisfy tqe most koff High School may look for- thrifty shopper. Priced-- ward with pleasure to Mr Pat- 19c to $1.49 ton's speech. The Dad.Son banquet will mark the third annual affair of its kind since it was first begun here in 1933. ml Men's Rubber Boots Woodmen Circle To ,..., Ladies' HATS Felt Hats. full of quality and style-- 98c to $1.95 Build Home For Or. last become a reality was signified at the polls here Tuesday when the progressive and school-mind. ed citizens rallied in the support of the cause and voted the $7500 bond issue necessary to complete the structure. The election was a hotly contested affair through- out the day and with the result that the vote cast was consider- ably heavier than was at any time anticipated. The number of votes favoring the issuance of the bonds totaled 109, while the op. position, after a strenuous da 's work, managed to muster the to- tal of 74 votes. With the voting of the $7500 bond issue by Malakoff, the Fed- eral Government, under its grant and loan plan, adds a grant of $6,136.36, making a hotal of $13, 636.36 which the Board of Trus- tees will be at liberty to spend on the completion of the gymna- sium, extensive landscapin of the campus, and the erection of an attractive wire fence enclos- ing the entire high school athle- tic feld According to the esti- Member Federated and Red and White Stores rocer Quart jar Fine on fresh meats A Complete Line! 5 large bars of Crystal White and 10c box Super.Suds 1 1 oz Golden Sweets Those good Whitsons for 1 pound package Shelled phans At Sherman mated costof the three projects. Ithis amount of money will not be needed. The remaining funds, Announcement that construe- according to the Government, tion would begin immediately on a third building at the Woodman Circle Home for orphan children and aged members near Sherman, Texas. was made following the board meeting of national direct- ors at Omaha, Nebraska. Board sessions, which have extended over the past two weeks, ended Satudray. The building, which will house old people at the home, is to be known as the "Dora Alexander Talley" building, in honor of Dora Alexander Tailey, Wood. man Circle national president It is to be erected by the Texas membership of the society. Con- ferences with architects will be held within the next few days and construction will begin assoon as possible, it vas announced. Tentative plans call for accom- modations for 50 old people in the new building. - Individual living quarters will be provided for all. It is hoped to have the building completed early in June. Site of the new building will be may be used for the repair of other school property or may be returned to the Government for credit against the outstanding bonds The new proposed gymnasium, which has been considerably im- proved over the original plans, when finally completed will be one of the finest and most corn- plete buildings of its kind in this entire section of the state. The gym proper will accommodate the maximum size basket ball court. Two large dressing rooms with toxlets, shower baths, etc.. and e First N tional Bank Named Depository For Rogers Memorial Fund The First National Bank of Malakoff has been designated .by the Will Rogers Memorial Com- mission as a depository of funds contributed in this locality. The funds for the ecection of this memorial will he collected be- tween November 4th and the evening of November 27th. The fitting memorml that m to be erected to the memory of Will Rogers, idol of American millions, according to the Commission, will not be a cold shaft of marble, but a living, continuing memorial pro- jected to honor the charitable, educational, and humanitarian traits which were so beloved in Will Rogers, the living man. The exact form of a memorial has not On the Highway 0 Our entire stgck is composed of the highest quality of appetising foods. They are being sold as low as is pos. sible for us to sell them and stay in yet been decided upon, but the business. This is why "The Gulf" judgement must naturailYdicated by the total amountbe in-of is the most dependable place to buy the subscriptions. All subscrip- tions will be handled by the Com- your groceries. We also handle mission, which is composed of re- sponsible, respected men and wo- men, all of whom were friends of Will Rogers. Every single penny subscribed will be used for me- morials to the beloved Will Ro - ers. Any amount from lOc up can be deposited in the First National Bank of Malakoff by you to the credit of this account All con- tributions will be forwarded to Mr. Jesse H Jones, Treasurer of the Will Rogers Memorial Com- mission. Remember, the campaign closes on November 27th. If you wish to, and will contribute to this fund, it will be necessary to act at once. That Good Gulf Gas and Oil ull III ]1 I iiiiii i I I i I i Sllllllll I I II II Centennial Stamps Offer Texans Unus. ual Opportunity The Shrine Uniform Bodies still another room for the boilers, conducting the Centennial Stamp have been added under the new[Plan are motivated by a desire to de "g , to the rear of the buildin'g, [ "" si n pubhcnze the Texas Centennxal while a lobby s ace 12 -- 50 feet I Celebration in 1936. The histor- and an attractive pcrch w'ith mat. ical side of the Stamps gives them much appeal They p o r t r a y . = sive pillars will add to the appear- i, ..... [ anceand convenience at the front neros, heroines, ann nismrneal]= spots associated with early Texas [ of the building, The completion history. . ! of this building and the propo ed Many of these patriots. Hous-] improvements to the grounds, ton, Austin. Fannin. Bowie. are l~ are all that is necessary to give well known to everyone, while[ willMalakffrank thewithSChoOlthe bestPlantin thatthe others, such as Ellis P. Bean, I~ the present location of the horn6 State Grayson, Bonham, "Deaf"Smith I on 244 acres of fine farm land, Uncler the reauirements of the land Thomas Rusk are unknownl for one and one quarter miles from Government's "Grant and Loan except to students of Texas his. 8.oz ) jars Sherman. Thefirst building at Plan it is necessar- * ot Itory, yetthey too, deserve to bel --= the home was dedica ted in 1930 ,,, +t, ...... ] immortalized in every Texan s ] jar , for z- tl struc ....... ork on ...... .... ,_ Since that time a second building, h,,hof ...... heart I -- ............... eD ............... , ,." _ ,,,. , Armours Star ~mb b, the Pennsylvania Building, has With thisin mind the Board ofI Circulars describing the ser-I~ f , . . . BIB Its Chili weather now ] been erected. Forty-five child ITrustees are -ettiw, ever,,thin .Ivxces for which Centenntallffi = P II "" 2 cans for W ren and seventeen old people are I in readiness to advertise for ,,,,, ' aolStamps are redeemable, may be l cared for there at the present[as-uickl-as- ossible It is ex [secured at Western Unmn offices, _--- 16 oz , ..... time # " " Newspapers, Bus stations, etc. I pected that the construction work I ....... FU re Grape am n [c ior. " at merely asxlng [or ano saving ...x. Division To Hav- I wxll get under way somewh I ....... I out. u Centennial Thrift Stamps, every ........ [earlier than that time and will be .... [ Large size with cup 1' | eunion At u a. t;ity enmnl t d in it_ ntiratv nit later[Texan may take ansolutely free, I -----or ................... .~ ......... i -- - and saucer or plate ~ "~ , than the middle of Februar-la tr p to any Centennial celebra.I The 90th Dw smn of the U S tlon m 193 " " " " 1936 I " " 6. Such trips include[ "- ; Army during the World War will' IGreyhund bus or Bowen AirI California UO , 1 celebrate Armistice Day this. year [ Line transportatmn" , meals and with a reunion to be held m Okla. sion, who are in a position tOlhotel accommodations, Centen- I g ne homa City, November 10-11th A make this excursion, are request- nial admission tickets, aseli Juicy / special train from this section of ed to get in touch with Roger and oil books fo use of our ow California ' I r y a Texas will leave Fort Worth at 2 Harbour. tcar, etc. o'clock P. M. Saturday, Novem- It is expected that the reunionl This is one of the most i her 9th for the reunion City. The celebration in this Division forland unusual ro'eets everun que . . p tebe Red & White for special fare will be only $4.10. 1936 will be held somewhere m .... .......... All members of the 90th Divi- Texas. 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