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December 2, 1932

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F r g ~b AKOFFINSURANCE AGENCY GENERALINSURANCE Royall H.C. Riddlesperger O~ce at First National Bank "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P, T. KILMAN, M.D., i Medidne and Surged Malakoff, Texas Trinidad, Texas Telephones 81, 78 and 7t I ....... IME 21 MALAKOFF. HENDERSON COUNTY, TF.XAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1932 NUMBER 16 $ Bag 0f Gift OUR store is filled to overflowing with Gifts for the entire family, that set a new example in value-giving. When you go for Christmas this year, you cannot do better elsewhere. Our stocks are so com. plete that you can obtain everything you want ..... from the simplest to the more expensive gift.., and there's something for every purse, however large or small. Watch for our big, highly colored Christmas "Toy Town" circular, displaying the many joys'of the little folks at Christmas time. Watch our ads during the Christmas season. Member Federated Home Owned Stores News To Publish Letters To 01d Santa In accordance with the custom previous years, The Malakoff will publish letters again year from the kiddies to Old Claus. In publishing these we ask that they be writ- plainly as possible and on one side of the paper. All will appear tn the next after their receipt, and in event they are received too for publication, they will ap the following week. Let- ill be received for publica- at any time up to the last fore Christmas, Read the Adver~semen~L Brother Of Malakoff Man Dies in Dallas Funeral services for O. East- wold of Dallas, brother of Mar- t~n Eastwold of this city, were held at3 o'clock Sunday after- noon at the cemetery in I rairie- ville Mr. Eastwold passed away at the family home in Dallas Friday morning. Funeral servi- ces were conducted bf a Luther- an clergyman of Dallas. Mr and Mrs. Martin Eastwold and son, Martin, Jr. and Mrs. R D. and Miss Addle Meltonat- tended the funerai. Mrs. Alma Neal and Miss Wil. lie West were shopping in Ath ens Monday morning. % ...did not end with Daniel Boone and fieorge Rog- ers Clark. The pioneers of today do not use rifles, but in Malakoff's business life the old originality and daring still fluurish. We stand back of it. First National Malakoff, Texas ]Trinidad Woman Undergoes Tonsil Operation Here Mrs. O. B. Shuitzof Trinidad underwent a successful opera- tion for the removal of Tonsils at the Kilman Hospital here Sun- day morning. The operation was performed by Dr. P. T. Kilman in the early morn,mr and as the patient showed steady improve. ment throughout the day, she was permitted to return to her home late in the afternoan. Mrs. H. E. Duncan, trained nurse of Dallas, assisted the physician in the operatio1,, Dallas Visitors Injured Here Thanksgiving Day R. L, Vandagriff and H. C. Lammers of Dallas, were injured in an automobile wreck near the Floyd Ingram store at Wofford shortly before noon on Thanks. giving. They had already been to the city, but they were return- ing to Athens after some parts for the Lammers car when the accident occured Mr Vanda- griff was driving his Chevrolet sedan and on approahing a cross road, he observed a gravel truck traveling toward the highway. In an effort to avert a crash with the truck, Mr. andagriff lost control of his car, which, after oassmg the intersection, swerved and turned over into a ditch. Both occupants of the car were considerably shaken u p Mr. Vandagriff's injuries were not thought to be serious, but Mr. Lammer's condition necessitated his return to Dallas in an ambu- lance it was later, heard here that his neck had been broken and that it is now supported in in a steel frame, but this report had not been confirmed. The Chevrolet car was almost corn- completely demolished. CORRECTION The News gladly corrects a mistake appearing in the Rodeo advertisement in last week's is- sue The advertisementcontain. ed the price of admission of 10c and 25c, but should have been 10c and 15c. m i f T Malakoff Defeats Athens B Team in Seasons Final flame In the final foot ball game of the season, the Malakoff High School Tigers Monday defeated the strong B team of the Athens Hornets by the close score of 14 to 7 The game was played on the local field. The locals, on this occasion. put up One of thew very best games of entire season, their blocking and tackling was un excelled and their usually good passing game was clicking ai. most to perfection. The four senior Tigers, Junior Ady, Banks Bradley, Nathan Lacher an d Elmo Wilson, who climaxed their high school foot ball careers with this game played stellar games from beginning t o end. The fading of these stars, however, brought to light one of the big- gest finds of the season, when Johnnie Honey came into his own and played one of the most spec- tacular games that has been seen on the local field for the past two seasons, The Tigers line in this final ap. pearance this season, showed marked improvement over the season's play. The line is com- posed almost entirely of first year men. who will be back again next season Other outstanding stars in the Tiger line-up in this last game who are deserving of favorable mention are: J K. Derden. stel. lar end, who has enjoyed a re- markable season This has been Jake's first year and he has play. ed the game like a veteran. Junior Ady, a senior, who has been taking his turn at quarter with Banks Bradley, also came into his own in this last appear- an-e and put over ',.is very best game of the season. He is an excellent passer and he discover- ed in Mondays game that he could also carry the ball in run- ning plays. June ia a youngster and with a little more experience he could be developed in, a ex- cellent gridster. Losing only four men, the Ti. gets retain for next season, a fighting bunch of younsters who with the experience gained this Aged Inmate Of Odd Fellows Home Buried At Mankin J Mrs. J. L. Kibby, better known to her friends and loved ones as "Grandma", inmate of the Odd Fellows Home as a ward of Mala- koff Lodge No 885 since 1921 passed into the great beyond at the Ennis Home at 2:30 o'clock Sunday morning following a short illness. Grandma Kibby. whose age was somewhere in the nineties, had been broken in health for a number of years and the death angel came as the only relief to her suffering which she bore with the utmost patience. Her remains were brought from En- nis Sunday afternoon by mem- bers of the local Lodge of Odd Fellows, which organization she dearly loved, and were tenderly laid to rest in the Mankin ceme- tery beside those of her husband, who preceded her in death some years ago. In 1921, after the earning ca pacity of Grandpa and Grandma Kibby had reached its end, they were prevailed upon, after much difficulty, to enter the old folk's home at Corsicana. where they might rest in peace and comfort during their declining years. They soon became extremely happy in their new surroundings and lived contented until the death angel claimed the soul of the husband. Soon thereafter the new home at Ennis was con- structed by the Texas Odd Fel- lows and the old folks were re- moved to that city. Mrs. Kibby, by this time, had wended her way into the hearts of those about her and through their love and adoration of her lovable self, her remaining years without her husband were made comfortable and happy. The passing of Grandma Kibby leaves a vacant place among those old folks that never can be filled. year, will doubtless be able to to furnish plenty of excitement for local foot ball fans next sea- son, Read the Advertlsemez~il. I To FOR HER: Robes Negligees Hose Underwear Coat House Shoes Scarfs Blankets Table Linens or a new dress in one of the new shades. i We have a lovely assortment of practical gifts and toys for immediate selection. Come in buy now for Xmay delivery. ! FOR HIM: Ties Socks Robes House Shoes Gloves Shirts Underwear Handkerchiefs Trougers Boots or a nice warm Corduroy Jacket i i i fll i Surely youcouldn't give any- thing nicer than the articles listed here. 'S A Complete Line of (toed lqerdtandise! "WHERE MALAKOFF TRADES" Saturday's Cash Specials! -== , i Pillsbury s Absolute ................. 65c Pillsbury s High Grade-- .... 55c 1 , i r L Swift's Jewel 8 pounds I ~ Ill/I I r 12 small cans , t t] Quart jar ........... 19c Pint jar ...... - ..... lOc i I JL Queen brand quart jar 12-oz. package i i , ,, , 100.1bs ... 2.75 10-1bs ..... 29c MACARONi or SPAGHETTI , ,,, , , Boxes {:or quart ,= , ,,, .............. , Laundry 10 bars m ) i u i i i i i i i i 3.1bs. MaxweU House... 89c 3-1bs. Admiration ...... 89c 3-1bs. White Swan .....89c i Sliced, per pound J i iii, , , r ,r , , m package a good one ,, ,, i I ,! , u ,,, ,, ,1 For Sat da? And Honda? -.- Cash Only! TOMATOES 4 No. 2 cans CORN 4 No. 2 cans PEAS J No. 2 cans Sunset CO F E E E 3.1b can .75 SALMON 3 cans ' ' - I HI M USTARD quart jar .12 J E L LO per box .05 White CHERRIES can .lZi I illtll I I I O N i O N S pound II I I I CABBAGE pound [ ill i i Winesap APPLES 2.dozen II r] ~ .02 1-2 ] I I .03 M I L K 6 small cans .15 , I II II IIII I III I Sunny Boy R IC E box .IO _ III I I III I I [ [11 / Saltine CRACKERS 2.1bs. .18 Sun- aid RAISINS I.Ib. i ii i Illll[ll I lll FRESH FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS J[[ I II I I J "JUST HOME FOLKS"