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TRE M/ For ACHES d.d PAINS Of Trinidad, Texas BLAIA)CK, Pastor 'The L mb In the Sermon Sunday M. Sanctifica- .~t at 10:45 A. M sermon the question of Mr. and Mrs. W. A' Kirk spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Tyler. Born to Mr. and Mrs Cred Pat ton Saturday morning, a fine pound baby girl Both mother i ' Perfect on will be an-[and baby are reported to be get a person live above [ ting along very nicely. a person baptised I , Ghost? What S.J. Hall and little daughter of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in questions will be dis- the city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hall. Roy Weir, Jr. of Henderson, was the guest of his parents Sun day. 1. Sunday School at 9:45 A. Teachers meet 9:80 A. M. 2. "B. T. S. at 6:30 P. M. Mid.week prayer service M. 4. W. M. S. Monday 2:30 P. M unbeam B a n d Friday Let all B. T. S. members meet Women Organize Club Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Sharp of Carlisle spent Thanksgiving dav with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Bartlett, Harvey Martin, who has been confined to his bed for some time with pneumonia, is showing con- tinued improvement at this time. His many friends are hopeful of To Aid Poor and Needy his speedy recovery Supt. M. P. Willis and Melvin rTaylor, Principal of the high noon at I o'clock at house No 16 nate quilts, clothing and food to the poor. Every one is more han welcome to attend these meetings, We want to thank those who have placed funds in the Mission. arn Jars, which has been a great hel ) to meet the needs of the or. ganization. OPAL N, See'y, Christ Ambassador. Class Is 0rgamzed : A Christ Ambassador class has for the young le assembly i of God's Chureh. Miss Opal Pen- sing,on has been named teacher of the class, and at the present time about twenty pupils have been enrolled. Visitors are invited to attend the class every Sunday morning 9 at 10 o clock. fancy shelled 25c per pound.--See MRS OPENING" have ou r Holiday Sale Saturday Decem. Gifts for the entire t can be found at our store L. C. KEE'S 5c to $100 Store Athens, Texas. LOST- Black and White Shep. Reward will be paid return to Dodge Gentry's FOR SALE OR TRADE-An good Oak Lumbers, Wa Tongues and Timbers cheap --J N BAILEY, Wildcat Ferry. 3. FOR SALE--TypewriterRibbon ton or Underwooo Also Remington per. r i b b o n s--MALAKOFI ENT AND TRADE-MARKS Successful Practice since 1875. Over 25,000 patents obtakrmd school, attended the Texas State Teacher's Association meethng at Fort Worth Saturday. The meet- ing was held at the First Baptist Church. Look for the big Toy Town Circular which will tell you all about our Hohday Opening Sale Saturday Dec 3rd, At L C KEE'S 5c to $i 00 Sti)re Athens, Texas. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Anderson and children spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Tyler. Miss Robbie Moore remained over un- til Sunday. Floyd Goodgame called at the News office Wednesday and han(- ed the editor a dollar for another year's subscripti!n, Mr. and Mrs G. B Acres spent Thanksgiving with her aunt, Mrs G B Taylor in Grand Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. G B Acres and Miss Bill Pickel were Sunday visitors in Trinidad Mr. and Mrs N C. Vandrgriff entertained the Vandagriff fami- ly in a reunion on Thanksgiving Day. The guests list included; Mr and Mrs. W H McGhee and children and Mrs Naomi Cook and children of Ware; Mr. and H C Lammers and son. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Vandagriff and chil. dren, Mr. and Mrs Wayne Van- dagriff, Mrs Ella Vandagriff and son, Jim Roe of Dallas. Miss Marseilles Pettigrew of Dallas visited her lather, P. E Pettigrew and other relatives Thanksgiving Day. The Malakcff Parent-Teachers Association will meet at the high school building next Wednesday afternoon at 4",30 o'clock. A special program has been arrang. ed for the occasion and all per- sons interested in the welfare of the school are cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gentry re. turned monday from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Dan Royall and family at Piainview. Little Joan Royatl returned with them lot a few weeks visit: Miss Lucilte Mitch'ell of Baylol Belton anent the Thanl sgiving holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. T. C. Mitchell. Mrs. Dudley Johnson and little daughter of Meadow Texas is via. ~ting her, mother, Mrs. E, Craw- tey this week. James Riddlesoerger of Lo, Morris College spent the holiday O O ? rLA~ OttUG CUmPAN Y. Miss Francis Wilkerson o f Henderson spent the holidays with Miss Catherine Chapman, Miss Fay Riddlesperger was a visitor in Flint Sunday. Miss Catherine Chapman was a visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday. Mrs. Ben Wathen of Athens is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. L Evans who has been real sick with the Flu Miss Jack Yarborough of Cob- sicana and Miss Annie Stratton Barcus of Jacksonville spent the holidays w i t h Miss Christine Skiles. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Drennan of Henderson were visitors Thurs- and Friday with Miss Fay Rid- dlesperger. Mrs. W. H. Crawford and Miss Virgie McClure of Quannah spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McClure. Mrs. L. R. Riddlesperger, Mrs G. W. Tidmore and George Rid dlesperger were Flint visitors Tuesday. Trinidad, Henderson County, Texas, Friday, December 2, 1932 Christmas Tree I The Christmas trees and dec. orations for our Orphans Home children will be a thing of beau- ty. The entire church will be decorated with natures beauty intermingled with the things of beauty constructed by the skill- ed minds and hands of men Each Sunday School class will have its individual tree for the orphans and will receive credit as a class for its offering. A program of the very best sort will be rendered on the pc casion. We want to do this part of the work of the church in such a way as that it will react] upon us, to our good and growth; I make it'a channel through which will flow many joys, blessings, and rejoicings to our individual lives as well as to the church as a whole. Our offering last Xmas. was a splendid one. so much better than had ever been before, that it brought much rejoicing to our hearts and expressions of ap- preciation and gratitude from our orphans and the manage- meat of Orphans Home. Lets Chapel Exercises m Chapel exercise was held Wed- nesday by Mrs. P. W. Lewisand pupils of the sixth grade. The program was as follows: Song--The Revolutionary Tea --Sixth grade boys. Shor~ Play--'Texas Under Six Flags'--Sixth Grade Boys. Acrobatic Stunts--Daisy Loons Johnston and Clareen Corder Song--"In Monterey"--Sixth grade boys. The program was enjoyed by all. Miss Cleveland and the seventh grade will have charge of the chapel program to be presented at 8:45 in the High School Audi- torium, Tuesday December 6th. School Presents Play The Trinidad High School pre- sented the play, "Oh! Aunt Je- rusha", Tuesday November 22, at the Trinidad High School Au ditorium for the benefit of the High School library, Plenty of action, an outdoor sitting, and characters who put make it bigger and better ,hit Christmas; make it an occasion The Associational Baptist Train. ^ f -~^1 s ..... ~'- awa"e-:-~" ing Service will hold its monthly Lokf:rwa~d~'~'~ with" m'uc~h meeting here in t he Baptist anticipation. Church Friday Decamber 2 at 7, r~ E r~ATRn p~o~. P.M. The public is invited to .............. ' ...... hear this program rendered by _ -- members of the B T, S. from. World Club different Baptist Churches in .the [ county. -~ [ The World Club met at the I e usual hour, 6 00 P M last Sun The Junior Woodman Circl, ] : - day The~e were tturteen pres will meet Saturday afternoon at [ " " - 2 o'clock. All members urged to ent. Ray Wayne Pharo, was he present leader and had charge of the program which was rendered to Mi~s Christine Skiles ot S. M. tlmpleasure and profit to all , present All children ate urged U. spent the holidays with her ' . " " parents to join and meet with us next Sunday evening at 6:00 o clock, Miss Mattie Sue and Julius Katherine Elder will be leader Johnson of Jacksonville spent and have charge of the program the holidays here with their pa- of the hour. Ye children, be ye rents, reminded.--Reporter. steady step to conquer yet more obstinate foes, "Tackle 'era low" Lets go, "There's the wh;stle", "Hit 'era hard' '. R. E BEAIRD Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Toby Counts and daughter. Minney Lou and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harris were in Athens Sunday afternoon. Mr. Carl Apperson visited rel- atives i n Commerce" the past week-end. Jack Crews was home for the Thank~givin~ Holiday from the A. & M. College at College Sta- tion, Texas. SMOKY MOUNTAINS REAL "NOAH'S ARK" New National Park Contains a Variety of Animals. Knoxville, Tenn.--The Great ~moky Xmas Orphans 0fferi.g I -:" HOTEL-;- OUIHLAN NEW -- FIREPROOF Joe M. Hallaman, Mgr. RATES $1.50 to $3.00 per day Every room with circulating ice water, Lavatory, hath or shower. "ITS IN DALLAS" Mr. and Mrs," John Stacy ::: were in Athens Sunday after- noon. Mr, Clifford Waldrop and Miss Alyce Miller attended the Cor- sicana-Cleburne Foot ball game at Corsicans Thanksgiving. Misses Bertha Phillips and Thelma Mills were in Malakoff 1 Sunday. Mrs. O B. Shults come home __ m :: -- _ _ WHEN IN ATHENS Eat at Murrell's Cafe On Highway No. 31 Just Off Square. mountains, near hero, now I national ,)ark is a veritable "Noah's Ark," con- tainin~ animal life in every form, ahoundin~ in 600 miles of streams suf- iiciemly large for fishing, on the land, and it, the air, The Gre:H Smoky mountains faunal survey, being conducted under the auspices of the ChicAgo Academy of Sciences, in the "Smokies," as they are hwally known, is revealing animals not kllowll to exist in the Smokies. un- known I)e('ause the Smokies have never been visited by many scientists until recently. Imi especially because the Smokies are believed to be the old- est mountains in tile world, probably Hm birthplace, ages ago, of many varie- ties of animal life native to North A Ineri ca. Not only are the Smokies the oldest mountains but here the Appalachian range hulks out to Its greatest width and rises to its "highest altitude," the nmln ridge being an average of a mile high, with Cllngman's Dome rising 6.(;42 feet above SeA level. The Smokies rise sudden]y from the Tennessee river valley, from a water level base. of 1,300 feet, to 5,000 and 6.000 feet skyline. The faunal survey has found ani- mals usually found in all levels from 1200 feet to 6,(k)0 feet, but thereseems to i)e tlwee distinct animal life zones in the Smokies. the northern, from 6.(X~) down to :L000, the eastern from 3.0PZt to 2.000 and the southern from '2.000 feet down. Especially interest- inv, the faunal survey found was that nniumls on tlle higher reaehes of the Smokies have no relatives nearer tlmu in Canadn~ and, as the Smokies were cut off during the glacial period, the animals in the Smokies of tim saute st,cries as in CanadA. have develol)ed a different form in the Smolies. In ~et. their form is so different as to J. A. BALLARD UNDE TAKE Embalming--Caskets Hearse and Ambulance Service Day Phone 100 Nite Phone 25 EAr Monday from Dr. Kilman's hos- pital at Malakoff where she was :Bread operated on last Sunday, having her tonsils removed She is im- all they had into the putts as- proving and will soon be well. signed them kept a large sized audience in a happy frame of Jimmie Crews has been on the mind from beginning to end. sicg list for the past few days, :['he students cleared about bu~ is reported as improving: thirty dollars which will be spent for books for the high school Dr. E. R. Barcus, our presid O O The school board has spent about ing elder preached for us last l l that amount for books already, Sunday morning "ano held our and the school will soon possess first Quarterly Conference at 2 a fairly nice library, o'clock in the afternoon. ' Rev. and Mrs. Beaird spent Epworth League News thanksgiving Day with their - - ]children i n Dallas, returning F A new era is about to start in ] Sunday mornin~ the young peoples division of the I -~" ...... e" Epworth League. We have just] The Adult Dept. of the League An amazing authentic received some very helpful lit- Iwishes for your presence, sup- erature from the publishing lPort, and helpfulness of al! our Adventure Children 10c Adults 25c house. It consists o f twelve /adults Come along at six o clock pamphlets constituting a hand'- next Sunday evening, Our pro- book for the department By grams are rendered in the most studying these we expect to pl6asing and helpful learn what the purpose of our subjects of importance department is and how we may cussed. best accomplish that purpose Heretofore we have been work- ing without adefinite goal. Our We would call the attention of programs while interesting and inspiring were not connected our membership and friends and coordinate~i as they should who worship with us, to the fact wehave in the Methodist Or- have been. We hope that every member and every prospective member will avail themselves of the opportunity t o learn the scope of the League work and how it may best be accomplish- ed. Remember the hour--6:00 p. m. every Sunday evening at the Methodist Church. We promise you one hour of inspiration and fellowship. -- Reporter. NEWIN DESIGN NEW IN PRINClPLE COME IN TODAY Terms are so easy flmr is no use to wait. ONLY PHILCO DEALERS CAN OFFER Th|s New Model S2-L... a five-tube Superheterodyne.. For only... 5o i Complete Wlth Tubes. ),art, really created different species. manner, Butter-KisS Made in Henderson County lear. Nothing like courage grit, even ,., .. , , Third Grade when everything points to defeat Thursday, December 7-- I J.T. Trotman, Joyce ToiLer,, '~'here stands Jackson like a /Dorris Marie Cox/Ellen Smith. stone wall", "They shall not '| I I Night After Night ] Fourth Grade pass", "Curfew shall not ring" with George Raft and / Jaunita Ellis, Sara Ellen Oay~ Bobcats, "Hold that line", The Ndakoff, Texas [den, Doris Beidler, Ruth Card spirit of "They shall not", will Admission: 10 a. m. to 1 p m. __ 10c--20e 1 p. m. to 9:30 .... 10c--25 Saturday Night 10:45 A New Show! with Richard Cromwell, Dorothy Jordan and Mae Marsh In making this picture the producer had Athens in mind and this picture will be ded- icated to the Athens Hornets Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for 35c, II I Sunday Matinee, Dec. 4-- \ "That's My Boy" Also News Reel and Comedy Admission; 10c and 25c Shows at 2:15 and 4 p. m. Monday and Tuesday "LIFE BEGINS" with Loretta Young and Eric Linden The manager recommends this picture for adults only. Admission 10c ano 25c Wednesday, Dec. 7- "Vanity Street" with Charles Bickford and Helen Chandler BARGAIN DAY Ladies' Matinee 10c-- -Men's Night 10c ate dis- HONOR ROLL The pupils of the first, second thirJ and fourth grades who have made a straight "A" card for the month of October are: First Grade Howard Dean Pulley, Hartseli Yates. Second Grade William Quinn, Dorothy Owens BettJo Blalock, Richard Me- phansHome 512 children who are to be supported throughout the incoming year by the free- will offering made by Texas Methodist during the Xmas holt. days, therefore, in your planning do not forget to make provision for a generous offering for our orphans. It is an offering not fo r supplying these children with some non-essential, by which their fancies m a y be pleased or tickled, but an of- fering to be used in appeasing hunger, to shelter and cloth them against the blasts of yonder fro- zen zones, to teach and train them for service in the world, and to qualify them as an asset rather than let them grow to be aliability to society. Don't for- get, please. R. E. BEA[RD, Pastor. Quite a bit of improvement is going on a n d anticipated in Trinidad just at t h i s time. Ever one is looking upward and onward. Despite the depression we shall battle on until we shall conquer our foes which, seem- -' ingly, have had us in their grip IMPROVEMENT -- The paving on both the high. way and street leading from the highway to the business section of Trinidad, has been finished, and will, in a few days be opened the public A dream e f many years has really come to pass and the waking to its reali- zatio is a joy and blessing long to be remembered and utilized. Again Huh-rah! Huh-rub! Paving Fi.ished "Forbidden Trail" Saturday, Dec. 3- BUCK JONES in