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.. ( INSURANCE AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE P~yall H.C. Riddlesperger at irst National Bank "rhe Voice of The Lignite City" P.T. KILMAN, M. D. Medici,e and Surgery [ Office Phone 81 Residence Phone 78 | Office; Skiles Building I Office; Skiles Building :- 2O MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1931 NUMBER 17 Q the Old I= RSI NAIl Member Federal Reserve System t Malakoff Lodges Will Malakoff Storesfietting Present "Mother Mine" Ready For Another Vis. At Trinidad Friday Nite it From 01d Santa Claus "Mother Mine" a melo.drama in three acts will be presented at the High School Auditorium in Trinidad tomorrow evening, De- cember llth by the Malakoff Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodge. The play will be given under the auspices of the Trmidad Patent- Teacher's Association with a per- cent of the receipts going into the treasury of that organization The remainder will be sent by these fraternal orders to the W. & O. Home at Corsicana to help bring Christmas to the children of deceased Odd Fellows. This play will also be presented at the High School Auditorium in this city the evening of De- cember 18th. As.all admission charge of 15c and 25c will be made on both occasions and the general public is cordially in- vited to attend. . - Reviual Meeting Now In Progress At The 1st Methodist Church Cot ditions has been travelable at all times An eight.day revival campaign has been in the worst condition conducted by Evangelist R. G .Around Malakoff that it has ever. been since its Fraser and wife, began with the construction, l, or several days evening service Sunday The Are Getting Better travelers enrouteto Athens foundImeeting will continue through the old road to be the best route, next Sunday night Evangelist condition of all roads However, the highway crew has Fraser is an excellent Bible stu- Malakoff, during the past been busy the last few days do- dent, and all his sermons, based . have become much inggrading and dragging work strictly upon the scripture, are over the condition in on the new road and it is again backed up continuously by scrip- y were placed during being used almost exclusively, tural quotations. Mrs. Fraser is assisting in the uedrains of last week meeting at the piano and with highway, although it Read the Advertisements. the organization of the young people. Daily meetings are be- -- I | II I .. is to select SHIRTS AND NECK TIES They "top the list" of preferred Christmas Gifts for men. And our, assortment will readily win any man's favor! BROADCLOTH SHIRTS-- Neckband or with collar attached ....... SILK MOIRE TIES-Hand made. New designs Imm "The One-Price Store" .:. -:- sTORE ingheld with the young people at 4:00 and 6:45 P. M. in preps ration for a program to be given on Saturday night The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Owen-Broom Opens Child's Shoe Depatment The Owen-Broom Drg Goods Company in Athens just completed the ihstallation of a new and unique shoe department the children. The new de- ;ment is called "Jungleland" md is fitted out with fixtures of fighly colored animals that make the little folks feel that they are in a real toyland. Henderson County mothers are extended an invitation to inspect this new feature department All kiddies that are accompanied by their mother or father, and registers in the Owen Broom Birthday book within the next two or three days, will be pre- sented with a Buster Brown souvenir. NOTICE Shareholders Meeting There will be a meeting of the shareholders of The First Nation al Bank, Malakoff, Texas at its banking office in Malakoff, Texas on Tuesday, January 12th, 1932, between the hours of 10 A. M and 4 P. M for the purvose of electing officers and directors for the ensuing year. and for the transaction of any other busi- ness whmh may properly come before the meeting. H. C. RIDDLESPERGER Cashier John and Paul Bankston, Gradv Shirey and George Petti grew were Dallas visitors Mon- The business section of "The Lignite City" is again taking on a Christmas atmosphere and everything is being placed in readiness for Santa's annual visit The various stores of the city are being brightened up with gay Xmas decorations and sug- gestive gift items galore for every member of the family are being displayed to the best advantage of the Christmas shoppers. Every store in Malakoff, cater- ing to the Christmas trade, has a wide and varied- assortment of approvriate gift items in their re- spective line, and all of them may be purchased at prices that are cheaper than ever before. Gro- cery stores are well supplied with fruits, nuts. candies, and all of the fancy groceries that go to make up that big Christmas din net Local business houses cor- dially invite the patronage of The Lignite City dwellers and urge that their gift list be at- tended to at once while Christ- mas stocks are yet full and com- plete. Nathan Lather Awarded Hardest Worker Trophie For 1931 Football Season Nathan Lacher, atelier Tiger guard has won the distinction of being the Hardest Worker on the Malakoff High School eleven dur- mg the season just closed, and as a reward for his attitude and untiring efforts throughout the season, he has been awarded the I"Hardest Worker" trophie, pre- sented with the compliments of his coach. "Red" Waller. The trophie is a beautiful sil- ver statuette, dis )laying a foot- ball player in action, mounted on a square ebony base, The silver inscription plate bears the follow- ing: 1931 M. H. S. Electric Clocks Towel Sets House Shoes Stationery Silk Underwear Kid Gloves- Perfume Sets Boxed Handkerchiefs Shaving Sets Electric Lighted Smoking Sets, Etc. " - ,.. - "~~" -- /~ Ready ,or Inspection, 5c to $1 $**tt HARDEST [ , A store brim full o Toys. Everything to fill W O R K E R t your Christmas list. Much larger and more Nathan Lather t complete line than we carried last year. . - - 9 Guns--Harps-Tea Sets-Aluminum Sets'Story Books-- The presentation of the trophy Doll Furniture--Paint Books--Blocks--Rubber Balls-- was made in the study hall at Rocking Chairs--Wagons--Pistols-Pistol Caps-- ..... ~ ....... , ..... U ........J ............ Admission IOc and 28c Mary Brian. Geoffrey Kerr, Johnny Hines, Joe Cawthorn and Marie Prevost. Nathan, by reason of strict ad. herence of training rules and his desire to put forth his best efforts for the glory of his team and his school, was, from the beginning a strong contender for the covet-" ed prize. His sportsmanship, and his kindly attitude toward his i oach and teammates has made him a favorite among the student body who rejoice with him in the honor which has thus been bestowed. He has truly "worked hard" and his play has contributed much toward the fine success of the season just ended. Nathan is a fine example to young football aspirants, what needs more to be said. ! When the mystery of the unopened Gift is revealed and it's something from WEIR'S, there's joy in receiv, ing it, a pride in giving it. This year more and more people will know the pride in giving Weir's Gifts for prices are lower than in many years, yet the quality" remains unchanged. If It Is Really A Worthwhile Gift You'll Find It Here Texas 1931 Pecan Crop Es- timated At 32,000,000 Lbs. Austin, Texas, Dec 9--Most of the 80 000,000 pecan trees in Texas are native seedling trees growing on the lowlands along streams, according to Dr C, I, Smith, director of the Pecan Re search Laboratory of the United States Department of agriculture This laboratory was established at the Little Campus of The Uni- versity of Texas in 1930, in con- sideration of the rapid growth of the pecan industry in the State. More and more trees of mproved varieties are being planted each t year, he pointed out, and many native trees are being topworked to improve the variety. The Tex- as pecan crop this year, it is es timated, will reach approximate- ly 32,000,000 pounds. FOR HER Diamond Rings, Bracelets, Wrist Watches, Bar Pins, Mesh Bags, Compacts, Pearls, Leather Bags, Manicure Sets, Leather Novelties Beaded Bags, Costume Rings, At- omizers. Pen and Pencil Sets, Pie. ture frames, Dresser Sets, Boud- oir Clocks, Candies, Stationery. and a host of others. FOR HIM Wrist Watches. Desk Clocks. Book Ends, Pen and Pencil Sets. Signet Rings, Desk Lighters, Bill Folds, Pocket Knives, Traveling Sets, Cig- arette Lighters, Belt Sets, Humi- dors, Shaving Sets, Watch Chains, Cigarette Cases. Smoking Stands, Cigars, Cigarettes, and many oth- ers too numerous to mention. W~ Let's Hope That Santa Claus Will Bring You A Silver.Marshall Superheterodyne Radio In A Fine Walnut Cabinet. --ROY QUINN, Agent, MALAKOFF, "A Pleasure to Please" TEXAS with December ll-12th. \ Friday and Saturday I I I Malal off News and it will appear in the next issue of the News following its receipt Be sure to write plainly and on only one side of the paper. 8:45 Wednesday morning by Dump Trucks--Marbles--Trains with Tracks-- Santa Claus Letters To Be Coach Waller, in the presence of Beads--Rings--Christmas Tree Lights-- In The Malakoff News the entire high school student Wrist Watches--and numerous others. As has been custom for a body. The Coach in making the , presentation, pointed out that , IRBY number of years, The Ma]akoff the award was not intended for News will publish letters "again the season's outstanding player, this year from the kiddies to but strictly for the hardest work- Member Federated Home Owned Stores their faithful old friend, Santa er, which provided the same op- /-- Claus The day for Santa's visit portunity for each and every is rapidly approaching and there player to become the winner. = is no time to lose. So children, He expressed a deep satisfaction ' ' ' "='=" - - : ' setdown and write your letter, m making the presentation, and ~'~~t~'~t~~~~;~~ te]]ing Santa just whatyou would aside from giving a brief eulogy like for Christmas, and when of thesterling qualities of the you have finished, address it to winner, expr ssedhimself asbe- There's Joy m G1vlng and Joy in SANTA CLAUS in care of The ing more than well pleased with the outcome of his first year as Rcccivingifthc Gift Comes from coach of the Fighting Tigers.