The Palmer Rustler (Palmer, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1954 Page: 1 of 6
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JMKAR ('OKI. A INK—Relatives help Mr. and Mrs. Reginald DeBaggis* down stairs of
St. Man's Church after attending Mass for their five children who perished wheu fire
swept their home in Franklin near Boston, Mass., last Sunday. Mrs. Dellnggis tries to
comfort her husband who is near collapse. One child survived the fire. (NEA Tele-
Palmer Future Homemakers Give
Program About Foreign Friends
At the regular monthly meeting of fully the meaning of
the Palmer Future Homemakers.
Tuesday, December 7. Sue Hughey
and Joyce Adair were hostesses.
Following the opening ceremony
the roll call was answered by nam-
ing some food, clothing, or custom
typical of our foreign fnends. Glen-
da Williams dressed in a colorful
Korea dress and served refresh-
ments to the chapter members.
The homemaking room was at-
tractive with Christmas season dec-
orations and the program was im-
pressive. Sue Hughey knelt at the
Cross in meditation praying a pray-
er Jesus taught us to pray. Carolyn
Tyler read the part of Sue.’s con-
scious while Joyce Adair explained
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mercer of
Silverton are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. Bob Groves of Garrett was
a guest cf her sister. Mrs. George
Wad Icy Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. L. o Ward spent a few days
Inst week visiting her son. Grady
Ward and family in Fort Worth.
Bardwell sang the Lord's
from the public address
Following this paivtominc.
Williams read, "It Jesus
Came, To Your House."
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Livingston
gave a dinner Sunday honoring
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
K. Spence on their sixty-fourth
wedding anniversary. Mr. Spence
h us passed his 86 birthday and
Mrs. Spence will celebrate her 80tn
birthday next Sunday. Both Mr.
a. d Mrs. Spence are well and active.
Guests besides the honorecs for
the happy occasion were: Mr, and
M s. Cecil Spence. Carolyn and
Johnnie of Ferris, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Patterson of Dallas. Airs.
Hattie Culpepper, Linda Spence
and Mrs. leo Livingston.
For The Last Week Of
COLORED SHEETS — 81X99 in blue, green, orchid,
yellow, pink and rose. C’elophane packaged
in pairs. Per Pair
PILLOW CASES to match above. 42X36.
Celophane packaged in pairs. Per Pair
Fine Embroidered Pillow Cases - assorted
patterns and colors. Gift boxed. Pair
Bates Jacquard Bedspreads. Full double bed
size. Green, rose, blue and chartruese. Each
22”x12” Towels with matching wash cloths
Pink, blue and red. Set
Grease Sets — can with strainer, salt and
pepper shakers. Plain bright finish
Colored ,Green and Gold
Colorama Hostess Tumblers
8 pc. Set
98c $125 $149
2 (inns and leather holster CAQR
89c $229aml $695
$350 '"d 595
See Us For Christmas Trees
Daisy Air Rifles — Daisy Scout
Red Rider 850 Shot
Cap Pistol Sets —
Cap Pistol Sets — 2 guns and leather
holsters, wristlets and spurs.
Baby Dolls — boxed
WSCS Meets in
The WSCS met hi the lovely home
of Mr. wild Mre. Harlan Wind-
ham for their Christmas program.
Mrs. Hughey Barron was leader,
The house was decorated with
Cliristmas motifs. After the pro-
gram all gathered around a beau-
tiful Christmas tree to exchange,
gifts and sing Christmas carols. We
were glad to have Mrs. Jeffers with
us after an absent of four months
because of illness In the home and
two new members and one visitor
Mrs. E. M. Bardwell was hostess
to the Wedding Rmg Circle in her
home Tuesday December 7. As en-
tering each member was impressed
by the Christmas decorations in
her home. Besides the decorated tree
Mrs. Bardwell had several arrange-
ments of cedar, autumn leaves and
different Christmas ornaments.
Mrs, Hubert McBiunett conducted
a short business meeting during
which different Christmas activi-
ties were discussed. Mrs. McBumett
Also welcomed two new members to
the club. Mrs. Wallace Hughey and
Mrs. Pete, Holloman.
After the business meeting Mrs.
Norman Allen gave a very interest-
ing article on "Brandon de Wilde"
child star of movies and television.
Following the program, Mrs.
Bardwell served a very delicious re-
freshment plate then the club ad-
journed to meet aagin with the an-
nual Christmas, party In the home
of Mrs. Norman Allen, Tuesday, De-
Garden Club in
The Palmer Garden Club met in
the, home of Mrs. C, C. Blocker for
the annual Christmas luncheon De-
cember 9, - ,
Mrs Gussie Leatherman gave the
After ' the luncheon the mem-
bers retired to Mrs. Blockers beauti-
ful decora led living room for a snort
program and exchanged gifts from
the Christmas tree.
Mrs. A si jerry Blocker was a guest
and received a gift from the club
The next meeting will be with
Mrs. Johnnie Alien on January 9.
Both Sides jfi
Dr. Sam Case
Cleveland—Both ' side* p«to9 la
the Sheppard murder trial today.
Dr. Samuel *Sieppwd am trial fur
Ills Ufa on a wife-nutr*4r ehsur*-
will know his fa& before On week
The teattmeny ended no the 40th
trial day. The ynotn* brain sur-
geon Ls accused or fttoffng bis wife
to death after RdarrdUbf with her
about his attmOflCR t» Wo-
men. , , ' ’ .
Tha jury of and
seven men excused by Judge SB
vricrd Blythin. w*h» told tbnn 'he
among oiirsclv® Jt»t how ird.sha.li
eioee this chapter."/- * ’ •*.
Judge Blythtq told - 'proBepQtlea
and defense attorney* he wsntted to
charge t3ie Jury Mt 9:1& jam. jPTiOV'.
Under die law. Atie rtvanD murt
follow clotting argtaumta ,by tatix
side, and the jury nan* begin 4a-
liberating aXtor thfe «hjU"d».''' >
Thai would girfl the’ attof^ey* 8h*
rest of today and *1 4m
for their summnttoqa, TW
agreed totaled uvd hiagft.
side in sUtnmatlona, i
mediately. ahO; Hiding „ ,
Tills Sunday, UdceBiber 19 at
5:00, the members'6f the choir of
tlic First Christian ChUrab wfU
brhig the ChrlstmaA fetoiy In
Scripture. Poetry, and * sorag*. The
program is as follows: . . ,
Organ Prelude: Mrs. Ted Me
Elroy - > •
Cajl- to Worship: Minister
Hymn of Praise "Joy to 13le World
Responsive Invocation < 1 •'
Scripture: Luke I; 30-33
Air them: 'Bing Noel" . .
Scripture: Luke 2:1-*14'‘
Anthem: "While • Shepherds
Watched Their Flocks”
Scripture: Matthew 2: 1. 2. 8-11
Poem: "Who are the1 Wise, Men?”
Solo: "He Came, as 1,, Babe"—
Mrs. Jesse Jones j - \ «
Scripture: Luke 2:, lS-ig ,
Solo: "Birthday of fg Kin*”—Miss
Sue Hughey *t , . . ’$? *;
Poem: "The Christmas Time"
Alt them: "Sing. Oh,' Hekvais'
Soloist, Miss Mar via Spe. Bardwell
Poem: "Peace on Earth. Goad Will
to Men”’ >, y L ’ ,
Anthem: "Gesq Banibino”—Solo-
ist. Ted McElroy', , > ..<* tl,
Scripture: isLah 9;6.1,1 ; .h
Children's Choir: ."Q. Little' Town
oi Bethlehem” "Away lid a Manger”
Hymn “Silant Night’' ‘.
. :• . *
is cordially Invited
to attend!!! ,
The ’Home Matotw 4L8. Claas of
the Ficst Baptist Church entertained-
their husbands Friday nlglit with
the uqnuaj banquet and Christmas
tree Ih the Educational Building.
Jfthn £). dchwpr^s and his Interme-
diate group oi BTS students pre-
sented. a highly entertaining pro-
gram. ! i
Mr. and Mrs. A. J Tollcson are
guest.-- of ther daughters, Mrs. Wai-
te • Jorgu.-on and Mrs George Tliax-
l"!- in D.iIIbs tiiis week.
Mrs. Dtirwcod Smith i« conval-
escing at her home after under-
going ringery In n Dallas ho.>-pitaJ
Mrs. Albert Toth and Mrs. Les-
ter Sledge of Emits and Mr. and
Mrs. LJoyd LewCllen and children.
Betty and Fuitikle of Dallas were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pegrain and
children. Bruce and Janis of Dallas
spent Sunday in the home of her
anoju-r, Mrs. Rena Lusater.
Annual Church -
The First Baptist Church will pre-
sent their annual Ctorufemas pro-
gram on Sunday, DifteembW 19 at
7 pm. < •
The program will include a se-
lection of traditionai Christmas
carols. Yule,tide poetry and a brief
discussion of three topic* concern-
ing the holiday pagemit entitled—
"Tlic Promised One,” presented by
the young peopto of the ehuneh.
Music for the pageant will be pre-
sented by the church choir.
Everyone Is cordially invited to
attend this service.
AKCHtBSHOP OF MILAN—Giovanni Montini, center
^wearinjr Dishoii’s mitre and holding erwaier, ia .shown.
,, iu presence of Cardinal Tisaerent, left, after beinff con-
wocrated Archbishop of Milam in brief four-minute ccre-
mony by Pope Pius XII. The .still-ailing Pontiff peretYir-
’ mod the ceremony via radio from his sicklxHl in Vatican
’ City. Cardinal Montini is considered one of leading pi?o-
’ spects to suceed the Pope. »
Miss Ward and
Mr. Hyde Wed
Kathrine Lee Waad. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T J. Ward oi Abilene,
formerly of Palmer, became tlic
bride of Billy Mack Hyde Saturday
nlglit at 8 o'clock. The bridegroom
1a the soil of Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Hyde of Abilene. FHbe.it G. Peak
rend ,tho double ring ceremony in
the home of the bride's parents.
Attendants were Mike Tracey and
Mrs. Waymond James, an aunt oi
the bride. Mrs Janies wore a pint:
■wood suit with white carnation
corsage. The bride wore a powder
blue suit made with a boxy jacket
and straight, skirt. Her white satin
hn't 'was Jeweled and she wore a
In Version of
Cleveland. Dec. 10 (UPl.~Dr
Samuel Sheppard told the Jury to-
day his version of how his wife was
The 30-year-old osteopathic brain
surgeon said the day of July Srd had
been an exhausting one for hint. He
said he was in u deep sleep uhen he
first hoard his wife cry sometime
after midnight on the chilly windy
morning of July 4th. . , ‘
Sheppard said—“The first thin*
that I can recall is hearing Marilyn
cry out my name once or twioo.
15 From Palmer Christian Church
Visitors Juliette Home
Futmu members at the frnt
Oirimum church went to D*1!j£
Bundky to tbrtt the Juliette Fowler
Home sad the name for the Aged
Ttw group bad rbarge of; the wor-
ship aervlo* st 3.30 MM Dorothy
Wtnfnrd led the freup In rtnftoa
■mm* Cbrtstim-s msnbeed srbotu
paaied by Mr*. MHBlrorr at the
piano. A 4eTotU‘TuC talk was given
by the Rev. XtiKlmy folkiwed by •
ronwnunlrt- sen-loe lu whicih Joe
P09 end Ken non Bfumley adniln-
i.afcnrd the aniMenm.' ‘
FoUf>«4nt Due sendee, the, group
wax ,4htrxi through the roonw of
the aged and then were taken met
to tht orphans. home where tlie.C
obserred the fbeUitta* for the child-
ren a.hd yodng people.
A %1tltb girt aeHiee will be lu:M
- v. Jt .
Moon Cfockhg Ur?
white pearl Jeweled sweater and which was followed by loud moans
pearl earrings. She carried a white
B.ble topped with white carnations
Those attending the wedding and
reception In Die home, from Palmer,
were the brides' grand parents, Mr
and- Mrs. L. O. Ward and cousin
Miss Sylvia Billups The couple
will live, at 642 Poach St. Abilene,
after a« brief wedding trip. The
bride, a graduate of Abilene High
School is a sophomore at Hard in
Sihuiions University and employed
nt :St. Ann Hospital. The bride-
groom was graduated fnmi Mr Mur-
ry'’ College and is employed be
Ooodpmn and Jones Sheet Metal
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Green of
Dallas visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Ritchie on Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Byrne Cooko of
Ennis visited his mother, Mrs Alice
Cooke on Sunday.
Mr. anod Mrs. Russell Livingston
and children, David and Deborah
sjrent Tuesday and Wednesday in
Waco. Mrs. Livingston and children
visited her pa refits, Mr and Mrs,
Monroe Miles white Russell attend-
ed to business for tiie Brick Co.
ALtUBtT L. B1.ETW9
BOBfeT MW A»AMA .
Sob (toy BdhMi MpMMwl
Sunday Mod- M4I kJk.
, Preaching aarkted «Mk Suatwy -
11:00 a. 4. •nth* P «-
Young People ■eetibg -d'kO
Mid-week aerwlee Wednaaday-
t ear her* meet 7:00 ta 1*9 pha.
Bible Study TM p.m.
. ladies prayer toeedhg to«h Fri-
day afternoon at tild.
You are cordUHy l art tod to w«r-
•hip with ua. A stranger Ml# oMt
FIRST CMMHAJI CHt?RC«
Ted MeElrey. Pmotor
ROY KirolVET. Uapt.
0:45 a m.- Bfbie BrihOol.
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship
6:00 pm^-Chl Rho TOuth Fel-
lowship. • . i . .
7:00 pan.—Evening WOfXhip.
1# aj*. 1
g p. m , Rveninjr Wotablp.
Mhm k tevftod te, MM
"I was glad when they said unto
me. let us go into the house of
the Lord.” Psalms 12J:1.
and noises oi some sort.
He had gone to sleep watching
television on the UvInR room couch.
He said he thinks he remembers
vaguely that his wife aroused ■ him
nt some time and said she was.golng
to bed. He continued sleeping sound-
ly. . ffil'
“I was awakened by her cries,” ho
continued. "My drowsy recdQlctlbn
was stimulated to go to MAjttlyn.
which I did as soon as I could navi-*
gate." ■% •
Dr. Sam. the ploturq of the COO-
sclentious young professional .mao,
sat straight in. the chair, bis band*
folded in hlx lap, and talked direct-
ly to the Jury.
He said—"My subconscious fueling
was tluit Marilyn wns experlanrlng
one of the convulsions she had dur-
ing her pregnancy.
"I ascended the stairway. As I got
upstairs nud into the room I fell, t
pould visualize a form of some type
With a light top.
"I tried to go to Marilyn and W4J
Intercepted, and 1 grappled and felt
I was struck from behind, and my
recollection was cut off.
"Next," he continued, "I had a
vague sensation of being In a sitting
position right next to Marilyn’s bed.
facing tlies hallway, facing south. 1
vaguely recognized my wallet.”
Kiicppftrcl said that when nc iound
his wife so badly beaten, he thought
it wa£ a nightmare.
Sheppard said—’’I was horrified -
I was shaken Iwyoiul explanation,
and I felt that maybe id wwke up,
that maybe this was all n tortlbie
nightmare or dream."
His story was Interrupted by the
morning roeess. ^
Signs Told of
’ * - . \ '
; ViMeia! rtee: 13 iUP).--A BriUgh
Mrtrtowgrtor gays tiie moon la erwek-
irhr'UF- • -r ‘
► tF.-Jfwy Wilkins, who hap b«n
'st'idfirvg .the nio«u for years, say*
nguly (Wto bre appearing In Ito
si^rfafc* knd they semn to be mul-
Uply4p*. ( : f“. : .
Wllktew ghy* he team the, dream*
•f Ju/d klieotlng a rocket Bhi|> nt
tk« moon in tlic belief. It would
come to .a. safe landing place Ls
m‘er. He.arm from now on rocket,
(diijvi 4111 hare V' bf> detilgued to
be able to direct themselves to
sate 'Lunar irtoas
Dr. Wilkins, who Ls railed
pelcTiowijgpher—«Ji nslronorper who
fcpcetoUxfit in the moon—has Just
compIMM researrli wt)rk in U»e
Ul itod BUM) and Britain. He used
the lobgmt telendopm available to
stud? tlm mooai <micks. which first
were dSteovumf in 1891
H* .Mys he found many uew
e racks and snme in t,he process of
| being tenner. However, he soya
tbtalr la so need to fear that pieem
ot the huooo will break off sod fall
to earfh. Ho shjti au tlte crudka
are suffttoo ciwdm .
The la a newcomer to the
unh>«me and belt* gs to a minority
group npu*ng the store. >
This 1* the- word frcan Motor
V annevrtr ' BuMf. president of Uvj
Cerdegh* thetltuto of WAsiUpgton,
In his annual yepott. He wtys it
was dtebi^wrd during' World Wujp
Two thft there one two kinds of
stare • -thone .iu- tht CRnteb jlJirt.df' u
gn loxy and tiioso jnear • the , edge.
*4ds ‘ that stars near Uic
edge, itttOtrh h* papulation one
sUtt*. are no tv. helie?ed to be mufch
l<v« numerous than Uldfe near tin*
ottflat, Wilfch are knONftv as popu-
HitHto stKrs. Tbe population one
t-uuw are btiieviiri also to be much
•jlatuuivT horn thd oUiMs.
In fket. nay* Budb. same astrdtl-
0*1 ins Milters stum are cnrrenUy
being Firmed in the population
two area by tiie graviUtionaJ con-
denSHtlou of viuJ: clouds of dust
and tout, there.
in the Christum chunch tills BlRi-
dsy morning and gifts will go to
these liomes which were visited.-
ASSKMBI.Y OF GOO
SIDNEY C. LANDERS. Fsator
9:45 s.m. -Sunday S'Tmol
II;40 *.m.—Morning Woralitp, ,
7:J8 p m.- Evening iiervlce
7.30 p.ni.~ Mid-week Servlcea
KmtmMy «f Ged Clink sf hlwr
W. f. I^akari, Fwstoe
9:40 A. M. - Sunday Sebssl.
11:00 A. If. — MmLei Wergbig.
7.45 P. If. - Rvarvgchstle Sarttee-
7 43 P. M Wed. - tniir Uset-
m*. • : . .
7 41 P It FB. - FdlteWship Iter^
The Church -vlth a weleem#
Jackaoa L. Craw
Jamek Wrnter, aapt. ai Sunday
19:00 a m Su.'.day School.
Preaching services each Sunday.
11:00 a.m. - Morning Worehlp.
• 90 pjn.—Evening Worship.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Hilly J. IMekeraen.
Garland Cleveland. Sunday Seheel
10:00 am.-Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.- Worahip Service.
6:30 p.m.—Trninlng Service.
7:30 p.m.—Worahip Service.
3:90 p m.~WMA.
7:30 am.—Prayer Service.
JOV ABE WELCOME
A total of *143,574402 La potdai
money orders was Mold at overseas
Army pr*t ofrIced lout year. Fees
totaling $003,712 were eollectod for
the United States piaHt Offion De-
partment as a result of these sates.
Woman in Dallas
Dallas, Dee. 9 <UP>.—A big fe«n
armed with a long knife taut crim-
inally assaulted a 29-ywax-old DoUpM
The woman has ‘ told police, her
husband left for work early today
and that she was awakened by mom*
noUte. in the hqu.se. When dhe wdb4
to Investigate, she woe confronted bf
a six-foot Negro brandishing tti«
The woman’s three-month old ton
wob sleeping and the Negro threat*
rded to kill her and the bob? if
either made any noise.
The Negro fled after the attack
and the almost hysterical wocnAb
ran to a neighbor's homo to report
At 2 More Points
In Tex. Flights
> , • ' r f * ' * ' w *
Fort Worth. Dec l* (UPV—tyur
men walked wway from a twu-ro^o<
Navy lieiioopter UuU Cntohod Mad
burned near Fort Worth this floom*
big. but «JU required txeatnsaal
Liter for minor Injuries.
The largo aircraft was wrartred
In a. field about half a mile flam
H'vll Aircraft Corporation's Blua
Mound Rtxui PLuit, four mlieai
nort.ii of the Fort Worti; aUy Umlia.
Aboaid the crash were Refl teak
pilot E. J. Smith, Commander IL
8. Brown of the U-8 Navy in Waah-
ingtou D. O ; W. P. ItolliiM, Beirt*
chief production project engineer,
and Navy Lieutenant W. A. fittkrr
Commander Brown of the Navyi
Bureau of Aei'onautlcs mid the men
h.wi been on an "elevation flight'
and were 1 lover mg about 10 or 20
f«-et from the ground when (he
craft suddenly went down.
In another helicopter crash to*
day. a, copter used to oarvlce ■ a4
offshore cel well crushed 'Within
100 feet of its landing place a*
Freeport and Lnjuml Uu occdpa&Lv,
one of them seriounty.
The helicopter belonged to tjje C.
J. Glasscock DrillUig Company Of
Corpus Christ l. Another helicopter
belonging to tlve same couipan?
crashed In the Gulf of Mexico dff
Bun Lula Pass Sunday, but the pilot
and a paoaen'ger were reamed and
the plane salvaged.
• 1' ■ r‘
Mr. and Mrs. Jameg Wester tonic
the twins, Jimmy and Jerry to OdJ*
las Saturday so they could find Sail*
ta Cbiua and tell him wh*t they
wiuited for Clirlstmas.
Mrs. J D. Brock and Mm. T6m
Brewatod both of Terrell wr<
guests of Mrs. Tom Jones on Thuja-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dav* vial tori
in Dallas on Monday.
Mrs. O. R. Sealy vlsttod fwt
daughter i*nd non-In-law Mr. and
Mrs. will Penrod In Dallas over
Mir. and Mrh. Charles Davis at-
tended the dinner given by die Ellis
County Chapter of \\m National
Foundation of Polio ait the Lakentdr
wuntry Ciub in Emus iast Wodncn- I Msr. L. it. Hughey was
day evening. | visitor Monday.
Mrs. Tom Jonan and her guests.
Mrs. Glen Roy Woater, I>arid and
Mrs Eia Walker ail of Dallat, visi-
ted in Waxwhachlr, Saturday.
NEW LEAD IN
Fort Worth, Dec. 9 (UP»,-Of-
Mccre.are investigating tlic possHil*
Illy tluit a retired Army sergpjidt |
may have ixiFn the Oklahoma
torch murder victim. A Fort Worth
man, David F. Hagler. Junior, Is
charged with murder In the case
after a half-burned body was found
in a blazing station wagon lit Okla-
homa In October. Officers say the
n tnrod sergeant was dischArged
from service on August lllst. after
having been stationed hi Germany.
He arranged for the government
to send a retirement cheek to a
home in Graham. But officers say
hr never arrivid at Uie Graham
home to pick up the check.
Mrs H O. Windham, Mrs. O. V-
Potter and Mrs. Naomi Stacks were
shopping In Dallas on Friday.
FUR SALE: Lott for bait in Pal-
mer. Contact Lynn Griffith. Wuoa-
Let’s Make Those Plans Real
You’d like to fix the born. And you’d
like to odd o new storage bin. You’ve
a flock of wonderful plans, but where
to get the cash? Call on us today and ^
l4t us help yeu with a friendly loan.
Commercial Slate Bank
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