The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 122, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 25, 1954 Page: 4 of 6
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WONO R-DIAl CONTROL
Ju»l cm» control "mortor-
mir>d» the antit* auto-
matic operation . , ,
wa«h, rinte,»pln-dry. .
Wothei your woy, A
Curr.nti flow and
SWWLAWAY TRIPII RINSI
Hoott toil up ond out of
the tub. Worm tprny, cool
•pray, plot deep ever-Ca*
rinte with agitator action.
once used let tlo.it
rnt B-rvxis mii.v news- tu,w>; omim. m.j js, nsr
YOUR. . .
By County Agent, Walter Kruse
Cotton inserts ami grasshopper*
are rapidly becoming the center ol
at tract ten in EHie County. R/.th
need watching closely and if you
huvu attended one of the cotton
meetings this week you probably
have the Information available to
take care of the situation. The
grasshopper migration to cotton
fields may lx- prevented If the
hatching beds are treated early All
, growers should pay close attention
1 to field margins, roadsides and other
such areas adjacent to cotton fields
where such hatching is located.
all theoe sixes were necessary to
make a net profit of 13000 a year for
that average of the 19 year period
A .sheep unit of 410 ewes or luying
hens of 2140 or 02 Utters of pigs.
Of course, no one says this will I t
our conditions or our times, but ull
ol us ugree that we would like to
know something ulong these lines at
the present time If you are inter-
ested in helping too formulate a
Farm Management Association. 1
would appreciate hearing from you.
Finicky, That's Us!
Yes, we’re sure cranks about
the condition of Used Cars we
sell. Every car must 1m* in tip-
ple-pie order. No skimping
around THIS place. Guess
that’s why so many folks sny
we have the best Used Cars
in this area. Why not look
them over TODAY? Easy
terms, of course, f<vr your con-
A Popular Style Is
According To Dior
By GAY PAULEY
United Press Staff Correspondent
New York, May 25 (UPi.—Chr s-
Rlchard Oury, associate county ’^un ^0|-- th* designer who gave the
agent, landlord-tenant ndutions, for new 'u°k t0 l^e world, says a
Kills. Hill. Navarro and McLennan ■**!« is Ita own executioner,
counties has some Interesting infor- ‘W*»en the fashion spreads so
mation available on the farmer- w'^eb' as to become a general lash-
1951 V-8 Ford ■
ion, it automatically becomes un-
fashionable.” the Par's designer
tenant situation in this area. For
example, he shows that tenants stay ....... A . .
longer on the same farm In ElliK! «xplalns In his first book
County than any of the other eoun . . . _ .... , , ...
u«. but .......... year i..« s .sun Mainly rWo men
In Grand Luke, near Grove, Okla. But it is now landlocked ns a result of the severe drought
that moved the lake’s shore line. The springboards now extend over weeds that grow where the
water was once 20 feet deep.
Dior quotes another famed Paris
FRANK??—Deputy Sheriff A. W. Heinze holds cross
with the words ‘‘KM’ KIAJX KEAN” imprinted across
it which was found burning in front yard of H. A. Owen
in Houston Sunday night. Officers and Owen family urn
mystified as to motives behind cross-burning. Sheriff’s
deputies have theory burning was work of pranksters.
lag that copies are the penalty of
"But even the most successful
model can no longer interest us
if it is copied too much," he adds
„ . in "Talking About Fashion" Just
second largest number ol cases and published
the most popular In Ellis as well
as the other counties. His findings
| show that the length of termina-
tion notice was six months in most
' cases, with one year's notice In the
three months notice In the third
largest number of cases. This Is
He tells the 'story of his career
from the middle 1930’s, when he
CHARLES F. GOLDEN
Hospitalization • Folio
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Southwest Reserve Life Ins. Co.
700*2 NE Main Ennis, Texas
50 USED REFRIGERATORS
NOW is the time to get a GOOD price for your used
box on a NEW
Your trade-in and small monthly payment will
Get a NEW FRIGIDAIRE
FRIGIDAIRE SALES & SERVICE
112 W. KNOX PHONE 1140
only part of the information avail- ijegHn his drawings, to 1947, when
able, and 11 anyone is interested in he opened his Paris shop and be-
having assistance on lease agree-|come almost overnight, an inter-
ments, if you will contact me I will national figure with his fashion
make an appointment for you with revolution,
Mr. Gary. No Collusion
Molasses Apparently the designer didn't
When Is molasses a better feed gnow whut effect he would have
buy than corn and when is it cheap- on fashion.
er for the Job is a question that j "On the eve of the first collec-
some people have been asking when j tlon, If I had been asked what I
they c onsider last winter's feed bill j had done, I should certainly not
and per livestock prices. To tell I have spoken of 'revolution,'” Dior
which Is cheaper you need to com- writes.
pare the prices of corn and molasses I The designer denies that there
with their relative feeding values.1 ever Is collusion between designers
According to the USDA. 6Si gallons 1 —that they get together to decide
of molasses have about the same I new trends.
feeding value ns a bushel of yellow! "People who say Unit can have
corn and may replace about 1-3 of! iyo Idea at ull what fash'ons are
the move expensive of the cnrbohy-1 and how they are created." he
drate ingredients in some rations. | •s,,ys How could original design
Farm Management he possible In a set atmosphere
During the past week questions wlth *:o chance for Imagination?"
on farm management and the pox-1 The designer says It's only good
sibillty of Texas Farm Manage-
ment Associations has been brought
up Much interesting information Is |
available from far mmanagement
associations in other states, but at
the present time very little or no
information of this type Is available
in Texas The nearest farm manage-
ment associations that have been
operating for many years are those j
business for designers to try to
keep their plans to themselves.
"If unveiled In advance," he
adds, "the latest fashion would no
longer bo t,he latest and would lose
Yet the designer concedes there
is noth'ng new in style.
Nothing la New
"Nothing Is ever Invented, evory-
. . . . .thing springs from something
m Kansas which are sponsored by ^ ,.fl wrU(,s U1()|. Hdd(( thal th(l
the Extension Service. For example., fllmet| Molymnix lnfluenced hm
during the' period of 1922-1941, the'
Kansas associations found that the
Ideal sizes of units to make a net
pro fin of $3000 looked something
like the following: I tablecloths, restaurant bills," he
Dairymen selling cream needed j writes. "I am always equipped with
about 135 rows, while dairymen sell- j u whole forest of penc'ls. At night I
ing Grade A milk. 33 cows: beef cat-, wake up, scribble something down,
tie men that sold feeder calves J g0 off to sleep and continue my
needed to operate n herd of 2141 dream—a dream haunted by dres-
cows; while men that sold creep fed ses. Little by little, I form the pic-
calves needed 71 cows. Remember,: ture of a silhouette."
most, but many factors affect his
designing' everything from wLrlcl
events to a spring landscape.
"I miiKe innumerable notes on
New...fully automatic...at a wonderful budget price!
Cpl. and Mrs, Carl Tatum of Fort.
Hood spent the week end In the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harri-
son. Mrs. Tatum Is Mrs, Harrison's
niece. Other guests in the Harrison
home on Sunday included Mi and
Mrs. Charlie Tune of Hamilton.
Guests of Mr and Mrs. Harrison
earlier in the week Included Mrs
Will Tune and Mrs. W. B Ln Ferry
of Muskogee, Okla , Mrs W. Ft Col-
lins of Everman and Mrs. S C
Phelps and Mrs Sully Helms of
By UNITED PRESS
And now for news, Mainly For
SUZAN BALL: The dark - haired
actress who lost her leg to cancer
about a year and a half ago is
walking again, with 4 it crutches.
Last month she I mped down the
aisle on a new artificial leg to mar-
ry Actor Dick Long. Now, after
three weeks of daily practice in
balance, Suzan has put away her
1 ci utches, and plans to return to her
acting career. She says: "Learning to
! go uo and down stuirs and get in
i and out of cars was the most
j difficult part of It. You have to
learn control. Actually, 1 have three
artificial legs, for different heel
heights." Suzan and Dick now live
in a comfortable. early-Amer'can
style apartment near the Universal-
International Studio, where both Is
under contract. The newlyweds share
their home with a. French poodle,
the one that caused her to slip and
break her Irg before the amputa-
tion, and a noisy Siamese kitten.
Wedding presents still are ar-
riving at the apartment, along with
letters Says Suzan: "We've received
wondo'-ful letters from people all
over the world."
MAMIE EISENHOWER: It s no
secret thnt Mrs. Mamie Eisen-
hower's favorite flower is the lilac.
It's no secret any more, either, that
the First Lady couldn't find a. single
liliu bush around the White House.
She told Representative Harold Os-
tertag about It when he dropped by
for a chat. The New York Republi-
can and his wife had some lilac
blossoms flown In and took them
to her. The First Lady buried her
face In the fragrant bouquet and
said "wonderful Just wonderful,"
HOUSEHOLD HINT: To brighten
a rug, sprinkle salt on it before run-
ning the vacum sweeper.
Bureau Tells of
Farm Meet Wed.
A mass meeting that has been
termed of major Importance to all
farmers in north and central Texas
will be held In Dallas Wednesday
at 10 am at the Baker Hotel.
John Ed Bookout, president of the
Ellis County Farm Bureau urged
that every member of the organiza-
tion be present at this meeting.
All farm bureau members can at-
tend the session which is open also
to those who derive all or part of
their Income from trade with farm-
Principal speaker for the meeting
including Your Old Washer
Marzetti Is Easy Casserole Dish,
Recipe of the Week from A. and M.
Foods and nutrition special's^ of
Texas Agricultural extension ser-
; vice, A<SzM College hti.> selected
; "Manettl" as the Recipe of the
1 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons shortening
1 large onion, chopped
1 « oz. can mushrooms (sterns
I ;S teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
<4 teaspoon Oregano
1 can condensed tomato soup
1 can tomato paste
[ 1 3 cup water
4 ounces medium noodles
! Mi pound sharp cheese .
1 this. Worcestershire sauce
Brown meat in shortening. Add
onion, green pepper and mushrooms,
cook until tender. Add seasonings.
Combine tomato soup, tomato paste,
water and Worcestershire sauce.
Cook noodles ln boiling salted water.
Grease an oblong casserole; med-
ium s'zed. Place a layer of noodles
on bottom, then n layer of meat,
cover with sauce and half the
cheese which has been sl'ced thin
or shredded. Repeat. Bake for 45
minutes at 375 degrees F
Suggested menus from A.VM in-
Fresh Orange Slices
Oatmeal Cooked In Milk;
Whole Wheat Toast,
Butter or Margarine
Salad of Spr'ng Fresh Greens
Fresh Black Berry Cobbler
Milk. Iced Tea
Eggs A ln King.on Toast
Tomato Slices on Lettuce
1 One dish meals arc time savers
for 'be housewife
will be John II. Lynn, legislative j
director for the American Farm Bu- !
roan Federation. He will present the
latest Information concerning the
critical legislative position of the
farm program. Mr. Lynn also will
explain the major provisions of the
Agricultural Act of 1949 which Is at j
present a highly controversial sub-
ject ln Congress. .
2. Ground meat ‘s both economi-
cal and nutritious .
And Many More . . .
All Values Galore!
A-l Used Cars
ENNIS MOTOR COMPANY
Your FORD Dealer
107 South East Main St.
Fhone: 1418 or 223
! Our Promise is Your
ALL THE FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST I
Layton Appliance Co.
214 Wost Brown
FIVE TOLL COLLECTION BOOTHS and entrances exits to the Sant Houston Turnpike, like these shown
above, will be constructed on the Dallas to Waco portion of the Dallas to San Antonio super toll road,
according to present plans. The toll collection booths, which will he operated in conjunction with traffic
interchanges will permit rapid entrance or exit from the highway, according to John B. Mills of Dallas,
chairman of the hoard of the Turnpike group. First of the toH collection booths and interchanges will be
located south of U. S. 80 on loop 12 near Dallas. The second installation w ill be near Cedar Hill in Dallas
County at the intersection of U, S. H7 while the third point will be between Midlothian and Wnxahachie
in Ellis County at the intersection of the toll road with r. S. 2R7 and the Texas and New Orleans Railroad.
A fourth installation will be located near Brandon in Hill Connty at the intersection of State Highway
*22 and the last interchange will be east of Waco where the Texas and New Orleans Railroad, the Inter-
national-Great Northern Railroad and Texas Highway 8 cross the toll road. Construction on the $139,000,-
000.00 246-mile super highway U aeheduled to get underway in 1954. Plant for interchanges and toll collet-
tlon booths on the Waco to San Antonio portion will be announced later.
Gray-Green Blend Ribbon
VARIOUS OTHER DESIGNS AND COLORS
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these new «•«*
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no more worry
about wrinkling and
continual pressing* i
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no more worry about
getting them soiled —
wash 'em —- hong to dry
they're ready to wear
the noxt day.
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Casebolt, Floyd. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 63, No. 122, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 25, 1954, newspaper, May 25, 1954; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth782664/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.