The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 20, 1954 Page: 3 of 6
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Central Hi Home Demonstration Club
Appoints Committees, Plans Programs
Member* of the Central HI Home McCaig arul Mrs. Sibley, gardening,
Demonstration Club who have been and Mr*. Brumley and Mrs. Wayne
appointed to nerve on committees' Sibley, gardening,
for the next dub year are Mrs. I Mrs Mint.* .
Mack McCaig. Mrs. B. M. Brumley ! ien,aer
and Mrs, Louis Hrnza Jr finance: f ____
Mra. Henry Hinton, yearbook; Mrs.!
s sibicy, recreation. Retiring Texas
Thp appointments were made at n r A D • I
a recent all-day meeting at the: wml A • r©S/Cf©flf
home of Mrs. McCaig, A covered ■ • In
disii luncheon was served at noon, jlfl iVOllOflClf f\QC6
The eight members present at the
meeting also filled out yearbooks ( Chicago, 111., Jan. 19.—Mrs. H.
which were recently received by all1 O. Stinnett Jr., of
Horne Demonstration clubs in the
Officers of the Central HI dub
sre Mrs. George Novak, president;
Mrs. Brumley, vice president; Mrs.
McCaig, secretary-treasurer; , Mrw.
Hinton, council delegate; Mis, Sib-, ,, ....... „„ .
ley. recreational leader; Mrs. Louis ?"VC!!Uo"; to he d Ml,y 2*;2fl ln
Hrosa Jr., reporter, and Mrs, Mc-
The club leaders are Mrs. Stella
From The Files Of The Ennis
- lu vi uik win —
"Information has been received
here that Capt Call B Johnson
ha* been promoted to a major, the
promotion effective January h Hr*
Ik the husband of the foAner
Ermine Orifene of Emit.'."
“Mrs O. D Beckm in enter-
tained Wednesday at her horn* with
Plalnvlew” Tex-1 a *urPrW«* shower complimenting
as. lias been nominuted for vice- ^ls ^ Parish who Is leaving for
president from Region Six of the H01,«ton to make her home."
National Congress of Parents and ^ he Tabernacle Baptist Church
Teachers, it was announced by a *n ',s All-Chuj'ch nlglil service
nominating committee here today Wednesday night, elected William A
Mrs, Stinnett, If elected at the , Roberts of Fort Worth as its choir
organization'* fifty-eight annual director.
— 25 YEARS AGO —
"Miss Nellie Wilmoth, a teacher In
the Ennis High School, is ill at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B
Necchi and Elna
Sewing Muehlne Dealer,
Will trade for your old sewing
machine, any make or model.
— Terms If Desired —
Repairs & Parts I'or All.
900 N. Sherman Phone ljGIO
Atlantic City, New Jersey, will suc-
ceed Mrs. Otto Elsensteln of War-
renton, Missouri. Region Six lx com-
prised of the slates or Arkansas,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri,
Oklahoma and Texas.
Now' retiring president of the
Texas Congress of Parents and
Teachers, Mrs Stlnett is a mem-
ber of the Senior High P-TA, Plain-
view, and the McWhorter PTA,
Lubbook. She is a life member of
both the Texas Congress and the
National Congress of Parents and
"Mrs. W. I,. Monday, daughter
Beverly of Fort Worth and Mrs.
Wallace Glaspy of Dallas, were here
Friday to attend the funeral ol their
uncle. John A, Morgan."
"Officers installed by the Wo-
man's Benefit Association includ-
ed Mrs. Keith Turner, president:
Mrs. Hester Heavier, vice president;
Mrs. Mary Minuhuti, acting vice
, , . , president; Mrs, Thur/.a Curry, re-
Teachors. She has had many years,cordln s(.crt.tarv; Ml.«. orace Wil-
of parent-teacher experience, at
the district, and local levels as well
suit, treasurer, wid Mrs.
Homes For Sale
Nice three hed rooms & two
baths, garage attached three
year old modern home, located
110 W. Gilmer Htv all hardwood
finished floors wllh lots of built
in cabinets and closets.
Nice five rooms, hulli, front and
back porch, maple floors In liv-
ing and dining rooms, corner
with one and one-half lots, fruit
and pecan trees. :J»2 West Lati-
Good seven room dwelling, dou-
ble garage, front and hack porch-
es, large lot, shade trees includ-
ing two or three pecans. City and
Lake water. 10:j West Denton
Good four bed room frame
dwrlllng, double garage, City
& Lake water, nice shade trees
on puvrmrnt. 715 W. Knox St.
For price and other Information
W. D. Arden
Office opposite Post Office
, as the state and national.
■ Thttre other vice-presidencies
I hum geographical regions of the
National Congress and the second
I vice-president arc also to be filled
lu Atlantic City. Nominee* named
I by the committee tire Kenneth E.
i Oberholtcer of Denver. Colorado;
Mrs. Ramon Lawrence of Jericho, i n,.w year is bringing many labor
Vermont; Joseph A Hunter of Bal- , EHmf) to the nation's cooks.
Cooks Stand To
Gain By 1954
New York, Jan. '.!() <UP>
Here's %> Item offurniliire that is as \crsatllc as it is useful i tic king size
bookcase headboard. You cun "mix" this Item with any ( onlcittpornry
bedroom suite and "match" ii w ith a choice of cighl finishes.
Tills king size bookcase headboard is 9N long and uni lie used with an
oversize hed, twin beds, a double bed, a single bed or a studio couch. To
complete the picture, you ran use night stumls to llauk Iho beds or between
l wan beds.
I liis headboard is quickly and easily adaptable In any frame or Nludio
couch arrangement and Ihe cfTeci is one of beaiily and good laslc. This is
another example ol furniture design lo give you years of service. (Mcngcl
Furniture < o.)
Airs. W. A. Barley Is Honored at Dinner
By Members of Her Sunday School Class
1 tlmore, Maryland; uniid Mrs. T. II,
I Ludlow of Riverside, Illinois,
I Dr. Oberholt/.er would succeed
I Knox Walker of Atlanta, Georgia,
as second vice-president. Mrs. Law-
rence would succeed Mrs, S 'Wico-
dore Manduca of Old Orchard,
Beach, Maine., in Region One; Mr, | They are packaged in special hea vy
Hunter would succeed Mrs O. G.
Hankins ol Washington, D. C., In
! Region Two; and Mrs Ludlow
! would sucml Mrs. J. W. Hcyl-
mun of Oak Park, Illinois, in Re-
i glon Four.
The homemaker can purcliase
powdered cream, in small packets
for individual servings, or in a
four-ounce can. The cream does
not. need to be refrigerated.
Potatoes iii'r* coming to market
I already peeled and ready to cook,
Like Mrs, Stinnett, Mr. Hunter 1
| and Mrs Ludlow arc currently pres- j
| ictv*nti< and lieachers. Mr». l<nw-
t mice is Immediate past president 1
J of the Vermont Congress of Pa-
tents and Teachers. Dr. Oberholtzer j
I is superintendent of schools In i
| 'I'liese nominees if elected will j
I: I'rve three-year terms. The oll'ic-I
! cs are "the only ones to be filled!
I tills year, since elections in the
National Congress of Parents and \
l Teachers are staggered.
J ' .....,
— W’m*l Blouses —
Woet Jersey blouses 95.9k to JSK.D3—
$3 and 95.
THE FRANCES SHOP
— Nylons Gowns —
Nylon Gowns iSK.95 to 912.95 valucs-
95 and 97
THE FRANCES SHOP
paper bags for protection during
shipment and storage.
Potato chips com*) In a printed
cellophane sack containing tour
individual bags so the housewife
can buy in quantity and unseal
fresh chips as they're needed.
A new mix for angel food cakes
comes with powdered egg whites
end flour in separate sealed pack-
French toast Is the latest food
added to the ever - increasing list
of frozen specialties, 'live toast can
be purchased In packages of four
slices, end need* only a brief
warming In the toaster.
Guest Of Mrs. Davis
Mrs, Albert Hensley of Cuero was
a week end guest of her mother,
Mrs. Edgar Davis. 413 8 Carlton St.
You can use an electric fan to
distribute wintertime heat evenly
Set the fan about three feet from a
radiator or register, lacing the heat-
ing unit. Run tln> fan at a low
sJk|^^tjor ^ouTxJiulcjet, too!
Mrs. W. A Burley Jr. was hon-
ored at a dinner when members of
the Business & Professional Wo-
men's class of the Tabernacle Bap-
tist Church entertulne*' at din-
ner in die church's Fellowship Hull
on Tuesday evening.
Mrs Barley, class secretary, who
left today to make her home in
Kan/us City. Kansas received a. gift
from the class, presented hy the
president, Miss Bess Dillard
Those attending the dinner In-
clude Mrs. Burley, Mrs James C.
Collins. Mis. Joe Hawkins, Mrs, R.
B. Minis, Mrs, Earl Norton, Mrs, I.
G. Moore. Mrs. Ella Fern Sparks,
Dr. Reed Speaker
For Ellis AA
Dr. William L. Reed, professor ol
the Old, Testament at Hi de College
(1 the Bible. Texas Christian Uni-
versity. will be guest speaker when
Ihe Filli.s County Chapter, Ameri-
can Association ol University Wo-
men meets nit Thursday,
Tile meeting Will be held at 7:30
p.m, In the home of Mr J g. Bur-
nett, 110(i Ferris Avc . Waxahnelite.
Dr. Reed will speak on the sub-
ject "Archaeology In Bible Lunds"
The speaker joined the staff of
TCU to teach undergraduate reli-
gion In the full of 19411. From the
undergraduate department of the
Old Testament ho became profes-
sor in Brito College bf th<> Bible, a
Munniary for ministerial training
During the academic year 1951-
53, I)i Reed was granted a year's
leave of absence from TCU to serve
to tile director ol the American
School ol Oriental Research in Je-
rusalem He was accompanied bv
Mrs. Reed and their son He par-
ticipated in the excavations of mi-
ni nl Jericho, and he was co-direc-
toi ol an expedition which explored
tile area near the northwest shore
oi the Dead Heu Di Reed was al-
io director of the excavations at
III 1937-39 lie was granted a veal
You don’t need a degree in nulhc-
nvalicx to see how much you can
save when you cook elect*0 illy It
Costs only pinnies for enough heat
to *.ook a w lioie meal. .\mt the sax-
mg in time, trouble, and work can'e
There's an electric range to lit your
needs and your budget. See them at
)out eiceliicai dealers' stoics.
ol study in
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tol K> .v at idi
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TEXAS POWER « LIGHT CO.
Mrs. Filmier ViMidqf&lle*’. Mrs. Glyn
Stokes, Mrs, Eviuvn Goble. Mrs.
Lorraine liman, Miss Mdflrtul Davis.
Miss Kiiimu Klin , Mis* l.llllan Mc-
Clain. Miss Ruth Puff and Miss Dil-
Gold ehry.'ianMu’iuiiniN were used
in Ihe table decoration*.
NMI K IN I KKYIKWS
The practice oi llilervlewlng wives
ol applicants tor overseas positions
is becoming increasingly prevalent,
according l.o Factory Management
and Maintenance, McGraw-Hill
publication. Firms have found that
unhappy wives often arc responsible
hn relocation rcqiatsts or reslgna-
i inns In a similar vein, the maga -
zine reports that one company pro-
ents a gold brooch to wives ol till
Ua ye.ii employees
lly .IIZA HETII PARSONS
Back in 1H97, railroading regula-
tions were somewhat different than
! today, says American Machinist,
McGraw-Hill publication*, Rules for
i one line: "All trains will leave on
time No collisions allowed Trains
| must stop before running over
livestock Drink nothing but cold
water white on duty. Passenger Con-
i duetors must wear shoes while on
j duty; socks not required."
MIK8 I’HKLMA MeDOWAI says
people really hut u lot. of magazines
when the weather is drippy.
PAT GORDON says yesterday’s
j Gene Austin fans are interested In
the fact that Victor lias remade
: many old Gene Austin records such
| u.s "Blue Heaven," "Muddy Water"
! and the like.
MRS. WALTER GOODWIN. HAM
| DAVIK. MRS J T. DODD. B F
I TEST, PAUL SMITH, MRS HAM
KEKVER. MRS JAMES C, COL-
I 1,1 NS and WALTER MATTHEWS
ate among those who will celebrate
j theli birthdays on January 31.
Cooked in Broiler
j Here’s a llsh-day meal you can
conk In the broiler of your gas range
l ie About 15 minutes: Dip six fl*h
fillets tit milk! dredge lu flour
I seasoned with salt and pepper
| place In center of broiler pan, and
surround with tomato halves
! sprinkled with bread crumbs, salt
and grated Anwricun1 cheesy, Form
| an outer bordre of boiled potato
I "sandwiches," each made of two
| slices ol boiled potato, cut v., Inch
thick, with a very fin*' slice ol
| .Spanish onion between Fast.en wllh
i wooden picks, salt and dot wlt.li
) l utter. Place pan about 5 inches
i from broiler flame. Turn fish and
j pot a toes once.
— Sale —
Winter dresses (o clear 95 ami 9In
TIIE FRANCI S SHOP
WVdnrwdmv Evening, Jan. 20, 1J51-KVNW DAILY NEWS—THREE
One of Texas' Most Famous Mansions
Near Roekport, Converted into Hotel
One of Texas' mo t famous man- ‘Hie guest quarter*—which ar«
along is being converted into a expected to b« ready for use by
hotel. | spring will be furnished with »n-
The mansion is the Heeonstruc* j tiques. and the only modernization
tion Period name constructed ny j hur been in lilt* piuoibiiig uou the
Colonel George W. Fulton, a famed utilities.
South a ext cattle baron, on the ju all, the Mays expect to have
banks of Transas Bay near Rock- . eight suites.
port. j The biggest room will lie on the
A restaurant already has been
opened on the lower floor of The
four-story building that has been
both a landmark and tourist at-; over to guests, while Die Mays ex-
it at ion in recent year*. 1 pect to reserve the second floor for
The upper floors are bring coil- their own use.
fourth floor in fact the room
comprises the entire top floor.
The third floor will be given
'Tiic mailt floor parlor,
verted Into guest suites
ill*' trim formation, together with pictuic'que room, will continue
a face lifting for the lamotiH home
and Us grounds, Is being made by
a > just that,
"We wouldn't think of doing auy-
Mi and Mrs. .1 t May, who •m* t ttdng clue with that beautiful pnr-
mcijy o| ter a ted a gene id mi'ichiin- Mlf( Ml)y hftSlen„ to say.
dise business in El Ctunpo. -j-|u, re*tnurant, on the ground
Mr May, as tie explain , it, bought
the sturdy showpin <• two years ago
because "Mrs. May liked it."
"Wo Just happened to stop by," he
will tell you,
"As wo wore going through the
house, I asked Mrs Max im.x she
would like to have tlie pin c
"She said she would.
"It was only a low day* later that
I bought it."
'The Mays however, took a little
mote time about putting the man-
sion to use. They kept it tor more
II >uii a year bolero deciding to move
Now, Nays Mrs, Ma.v, you couldn't
get either of them away.
"There Just isn’t any other place
lu the world that could Null u- quite
as well as the old mansion," she
Besides putting new lift' in the
floor, has three entrances and can
accomodate 44 persons It Is spread
through what formerly served as
th« mansion’s main kltehen, the
| cool In ? room, the planting room,
m d tlx* laundry room. It also In-
cludes i lie second Moor dining room.
The Mays now are tinkering with
Mu idea of expanding restaurant
service Into the mansion's old maln-
Food is moved to the second, or
main, floor on a dumb waiter built
b> Mr. May to lit a shaft that was
designed for the same use years
The restaurant is already open
and will be operated, tl\c ivfiiys say,
seven days a week, and will special-
ize h Mexican food, sealood, and
On Sundays, the feature dish will
— Suit Sale —
One lot to clear—919.
TIIE FRANCES SHOT
hum d home, the Mays have gone I’9' turkey mid dressing,
about, tjm hukhfss, ol sl't ting thoj, The Fulton mqi*lon was Mrst qc-
pliov In ol'tlgi xvjt h full effort; euplgtt in '1H7J It was under iron
They hate hunt a oort-loot pier 'alls. ‘Flfty-foOt, cypres* planks
nil lido Aransas May and youNw used to construct the upper
don't have to be a mansion cllnticrr| wnll*i. Gutter* and roof were of
guest In me it The wind-whipped1 PH™ copper, and plate shingles
live oaks that dot the front yard ' »«’Ut used to enclose the top Moor,
have I let'll riirelully nurtured. The Marble quarried lu Italy was con-
expan.'lve grounds have been clear- verted Into wash bowls. Bathtubs
ed it tut trimmed. And the house-- ; wrr of cypress, mid were lined with
long discolored by nature—has bt'en copper.
pale,tod while with a perky pink In the parlor were Italian chan-
trim. delicts, mantles of marble and
But nowhere along the line have ebony, and mirrors with gold-on-
Inside the mansion was a hot-
water system something virtually
thi' Mays lumpeted wllh tradition.
Ill In Si Paid Hospital
Donna Kay F incher, daughter ol , ut heard of at that time.
— Blouse Sale —
S7.9K Houele blouses for S3,
1111 FRANT ES Mini*
Although Unoccupied lu recent
year*, the mansion lias been visited
Paul Hospital in Dallas where she ; by thousands of sightseers urumnl-
l)HH been a patient since Saturday ly
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fincher, re-
mains in a konmi.H condition in »st
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Casebolt, Floyd. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 20, 1954, newspaper, January 20, 1954; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth782559/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.