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December 21, 1934     The Malakoff News
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December 21, 1934

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MALAKOFF NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Poatoflice at Malakoff second class matter ~~~~~~i~~!|~1;2~::~ j. ln " g Ch " Toy spectra nstrnas s (~~~n~~~~~~ L. ~. ~HOLL4 EDITOR 1.00 a Year. Advertising Rates on request. Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. in advertisement this paper will not be re- than the cost of the advertisement. our wife and two sons the immensely heavy traffic o f Christmas on the streets of Dallas , furnished us with t h e hardest day's work sxperienced in some hum- people that swarmed the shopping ten. tern, one would surmise that, if not over, the depression was de- cidedly lifting._.Introducing the new Ritz Theatre owners--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holsey. Mrs Halsey is a daughter of the Rev. Tubbs, who is raising oil wells on his farm at Cayuga .... Christ. around the corner, the "depression", it has a definite time to arrive ..... The editor has a brand new Rem- ington portable typewriter on hand that would make somebody son. A hnge platter which had. the night before, contained the major portion of a baked chicken was found Tuesday morning in the back yard. A loaf of bread and a pint of milk were also miss- ing .... After a bird hunt which consumed all of Sunday morning and which included many miles of automobile traveling and al. most as much walking, Doe Kil. man returned to 'The Lignite City" with only one member of the feathery tribe. presen t "IN THE LIGNITE CITY" i Charlie Barton had the misfor- tune this week to break his arm while trying to crank an automo- bile. Up to December 1, 1914, the ' . --e.-.-e total of 18,341 bales of cotton had Santa been ginned in Henderson county. - - .. - "='.Y.eJNV, I bring me some candy, apples, fire crackers and all kinds of nuts. Your little boy-Ross Chambers. I want you to bring a doll, dressed in pink, a new pair of shoes, some story books and any- thmg else you want to bring me. I (Max) want you to bring me a little ni ger doll, some story books, a slate, and some new shoes, bring sister and I both some fruit, and candy. Please Santa don't forget to bring Troy, Grand-mother a n d papa some- thing nice.--With lots of love, from your little friends Doris and Maxine Dyer. Dear Santa: I have been a good little girl this year Idon't want much. I want a doll that cries and sleeps, a set of dishes, and a little bed room suit, fruit, nuts, candy and fire works. Dont forget the other little girls and boys. Your little girl Mildred Ruth Yates Dear Santa: 1 I have been a good little boy I this year, I want a cowboy suit, a wrecker, some lruit, nuts and candy, Your friend Aaron Yates. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl two years old and I tried to be very good. Please bring me a kitty car, a doll, a little broom and plenty of nuts, fruits a n d candy. And Santa don't forget my little broth- er, Vernon. Your little girl Shirley June Patton (Other Letters on page 4) THE GREATER L. Brantley rejoic- ing over the seventeen men pres- ent at his bible class last Sunday ....The Malakoff schools will close today until after the Christ- mas holidays .... Sparkling out- door Xmas trees which are now scattered around the town are serving to promote the spirit and mark the nearness of Santa's visit ....The fellow who was dressed up in a red suit and white whisk- Dallas Saturday, according to Billy Scholl, "Wasn't no more Santa Claus 'n nothing", Evi. there was something about old man that didn't ring true. In fast he didn't look much like Santa Claus to us, either ...... A unwelcome visitor is lira Hunt Evans home Monday night Misses Josie Swanson and Lena Mabank, Route 2 Dear Santa: Payne took the examinatmn in Dear Santa Claus: We are two little uirls, I (Doris) Athens Friday for second grade I have been 'a good boy and am 7 years old. I am in the Athens, Texas studied hard, so please bring me[ second grade, and I sure like to ,, teaching certificates, a big ball and a double-barrel go to school I have tried to be TODAY! George Finney entered school shotgun andashoot.a-loop. And, a good girl, and mind mother. ..... Death on the Monday, which changed the en- rollment from 209 to 210 pupils. W. M. Riddlesperger, a student at A. C. I. at Jacksonville, is home for the Xmas holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Henderson are now entertaining a brand-new baby son. School was closed Friday, Dec- ember llth until January 4. The eachers are now attending the county institute. STOP THAT ITCHING If you suffer from a sklu trouble- such as Itch, Ec~ma, Athletes Foot, Ringworm With Rob't Young and Madge Evans Each Friday is a Special picture for school children Admission 10c and 25e Saturday, Dec. 22-- ZANE GREY'S while the family was fast aslP.en Tetter, or Pimple~ we will sell you a jar - " of Bhek Hawk Oi.tment on a ~uarm~ and entertained himself at lunch- Price 5oe --PAYNE'S DI UG STORE Gifts of Quality Dude Ranger With George O'Brien A New Show! Saturday Night 10:45 Sunday Matinee, Dec. 23-- The Silver With Sally Blane and Charles Starrett Come at 9:30 Saturday night and see two shows for one admission I Dress Shirts Interwoven Sox Z5e, 35e, 50o InittRl Belt Sets Sg.oo to 81.50 Psjsmss $1.00 tO $!.98 Silk Nufflers 75c to $1.45 Neck Ties 5oc tO $1.95 Monday--One Day Only The Age 05[ With Irene Dunn, Lionel Atwell and John Boles Tuesday--One Day Only Christmas Day Babes In Hats Linen Hen]kerchiefs l [oeha Gloves Handkerchiefs, Set of 3 75e to $1.oo Pigsk/n Gloves Fancy Suspenders 50c North Side of the Square -:- Texas If she spends her time traveling around the country or just week-ends occasionally, she'll surely want one of these fitted bags of genuine leather. Others priced .... With LAUREL and HARDY IIIII Wednesday, Dec. 26-- Name The ! With Richard Cromwell and Arlene Judge Admission 10c to everyone taking up a seat. Every Thursday Night is Bank Night I I ATHENS, d i1| i i East Side of Square TEXAS | i New arrivals in new stylings that are advance 1935 models. Priced--- ' II I III i |111 iis ts for TOYS Our stock is still eomplets Autos Toilet Sets Velocipedes 4.98 to 9.90 1.98 to 8.90 98e to 9.90 Yes, in fact many things not listed. Come, see. i , i. , I . ,, , , Gifts For All the Family Priced At A Saving [ Next to Jackson's Garage We always carry a complete line of Cold Drinks, Candies, Pies, Cakes, Sandwiches, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. Paul's is the only place in town where you can get a Gefiuine "Calf" Sandwich We also handle several flavors of- Velvet Ice Cream --and serve the "largest helpings" in town. | ms BATH TUB, CONFIODE and Sink In. Stock Ask us for prices. A CONSERVATIVE Bank -- and no other bank is worthy of the name-- must be cautious in making loans. It cannot afford to take even the ordinary risk of the business man. The busi- ness man in extending credit is doing so with his own wbres. But a bank is loaning money of its depositors. The safe bank--the conservative bank --the one that must be assured a loan will be promptly repaid and is proper- ly secured is one that is a benefit to the entire community--absolutely safe for its depositors--wholly just to those who borrow. Malakoff, Texas