The Palmer Rustler (Palmer, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 20, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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Thursday Evening, Ort, 10, 1935S
■TflF PALMER Rt»TL*R—
n^ide Open Battle Expected
i Chocolate Bowl Saturday
\ idr ouch buttle is
ope n battle is expected i Scott opened the scoring after.
PC».?fJUrdl*y niBht a’s the <*»’-! intercepting a Wildcat pass on the
'jil Ctt»<*fM^tp-°f.»EnniS tf,nRle Vlt“‘ ,l’-st series of downs alter the In-j
*' ioeol.it * n '!? IS n 10 annual Bial kickoff and piled up an 18-0
Sh vi wrn,‘ lead by halftime.
>»'.* $s Is our cost tin eMt''* ind " is The WUdf;als dominated the bail |
JlinR his squat! lvticl in the aerial th° entirc ,hild pcriod aud a5aln
■! ack tills week sitajjed a 7ti-y»rd march befori
— The Wildcat team is biult around | b°g^ do*n
o pass-slinging quarterbacks * Tlu‘ Bulldogs added tliree touch
lanunl White and Sammy My,us! *"«» “« *“»» P**™ to stack j Xrthtm Bonk vice presi-
io have a good selection of glue- up tlu* final •score oi 37-0. i denl
In Calvert, the Wildcats will be
facing a class AA member of their , Culleft, sution wh iiS vice pmsi-
own district. The Panthers have a j dent of lhe Parm national Life In-
2-J record having taken College surailce Company.
Station and Cemeron. j WaUer Kruse. Ellis County agri-
Their losses were to Taylor and ; cultural agent, introduced Boyd as
the Jackson Bears of Corsicana j H man who gre.w up on an Ellis
The Wildcats go into the tilt with j County farm,
a 1-4 record. j Must Attract Young Farmers
Comparative Score 1 The Terrell banker told the group
Farm Finance Clinic
Here Well Attended I w>uu
Fifty Ellis County Men Summoned
For Jury Service In District Court
elude Clyde Gilmore. A. E. N«r-
Kifty Ellis County men. includ- bfTry Howard A. Yat«. H. M.
Bishop Criddmgs at end ,s
lerging us a Ireshman sensation.
The Wildcats came out of th< h*
turday night clash witli the Em-
itt Scott Bulldogs at Tyler in
od condition despite the 37-1)
king the class AAA team gave
The Bulldogs capitalized on five
X'ked punts in overpowering the
raller Enins squad The Tyler
am simply outclassed the local
However, the Wildcats put up a
diant fight. They maruiied 76
rds in the second quarter before
ving Uji the ball on downs on the
Voman Is Held
)n Three Charges
A large number of Emus area
before ! farmers attended the Farm Furnace
l Clinic and barbecue ut Sokol Hall
ii> Ennis last night.
Featured on the pregram were ad
of the, American National
Bank in Terrell, and E, R. Alexander
1950, the number of -farmers under p-'t* head ol the Agriculture Popart* jKuni.s Daily News,
35 years bid in Iowa Increased 35
jK*r cent w hile during the same pe-
' riovl this section of Texas showed a
IK per cent decline in number of
tanners under 35.
New irogram Needed
) He stated that the customary ten-
ant- landlord relationship of one*
ing seven from Ennis, have been
summoned for Jury duty at 10 a m.
Monday at the district courtroom in
j Waxahachie, according to records
of District Clerk Jake Talley.
Of the fifty persons summoned, 17
arc from Waxahachie; seven are
meat at Texas A&M College. ; £U,U_S -yexa>s
Price-Cost Helation j The unusual amount of space you U’-'oni Ennis and seven are from
Ah x.,u.lui letalh .1 Let a „iuiip .saw fit to allow' us incident to the1 Midlothian. .Six are from Italy and
of .seniors in a class of his during j community Chest campaign was. wc Utx from Milford with three due to
believe, largely responsible for the'report from Maypearl and one each
the (ie.pth of the depression
given him an idea. A,-,
they, at Texas A&M in 1933 built
the first chart lie knows of show
Kswlt, i njCe increase we with Southern Pa-| from
cfic were able, to report over last 1 and Avalon.
fourth of the cotton and one-third bhe relationship between tin.
of th<* grain for rent must be modi- , farmers receive lor their pr- ducts
t (.j | and what farmers buy.
The,n lie cited a number of ease He said, for instance, the chart
histories ,,i Kaulman County farms showed that in 1923. the gross price
on which the financial status of farmers received t.»r 4'-> bales < i
both the tenant and landlord un- cotton was enough for the average
However, the Ennis team has met! that farm life must be as attractive' P'an-d bv new prog-runs involving price: of automobiles
According to a re
Jfige George 1
i is being h< hi in
i charges oi dim m
‘.use, negligeu: e,.:i
tg while intoxicate,
le was driving ran
ir near C.i.okei;
trects last n.gh.t
lbilisco. a m**icl
■ here, deemed to
, park lu.s car I
i in the same s
it by lu.s coii.p.i
Tick drivers alw
dling what hap;:
' it limn City
a Negro w,*m-
‘he Knr.i.s jail
I Wit i 1: Hit 11 ll-
sioii and driv-
. after the ear
into a parked
stronger opposition. In the Jackso* j to tlu* young family as any other beef and dairy cattle and other ai-
Bears of Corsicana, Carver and way of hving. ratigements.
Cahet have a common opponent.! He viewed with alarm indications In introducing Alexander, H T.
The Bears beat the Wildcats, j that we are not getting young ;>*-o- Lester, vuca'innal agncultuie m-
which liave since sliown marked pie on farms m this area ol Tex.,s l strmiter at Emus High School, si.it-
l.nprovemcnt, 47-0 in the season [ He stated that between 1940 aim that ’.lie speaker was formerly
ojxr.ii The Corsicana club beat1------
Culvert 54-00 lust week |
The Plunders will pUce their |
lioi'es on their sensational fullback,
Tommy Washington, as they make
their ti st Chocolate Bowl appear- j
mice at Lions Stadium Saturday!
This will be the second Choco- j
late Bowl clash for the Ennis team ;
They were beaten by Marlin 18-0
m the game last year. i
The Wildcats, a much improved
team over last year, will also be
Miking revenge for a 21-7 drubbing!
the Calvert team 1 landed them j
; last youi.
The Chocolate Bowl game is bo- I
I ilia sponsored by the Ennis Lions j
! Club. Half the proceedes will go for j
Ca*vvr athletic equipment while;
the other half of the net will go to!
the Lions Eyesight Conservation!
and Activities Fund
Tickets have be<-n mailed to 2 -
50(, Emnsltes. Ducats are also avail-
able from Lions Club members and
j v.ill be on sale at the stadium,
JEALOUS, (URLS? — (Ynwner laldiu Fisher plants a
kiss as the crowning touch dutino coronation of the
American Royal Livestock and Horse Show’s queen at
Kansas City, Mo. Lucky yirl. Hetty Sue Scott, 20, will
reign over the week-long event. (NLA lelephoto)
In 1932. it look 27 bales to |);,y for
Farmers In Squeeze
“We are now m a .simili.e
';qu«:C/.e,“ A.« xauiier deal:,real U<
stated that he wa.s not hen- to
point a t.nger ol blame, bit that
; if what farmers receive L>r tlu ir
■ products i.s not brought into line
j vvit.li what they must pay for file
: things they buy, we will be left with
only very large farm
He sla’ed that to<la\ !)ii.sii.e,s.sme!i
; :n cities hke En.nis. Wax.,ti iciiie.
! Kaufman and Terrell are so much
! up ag iins? it as farmers
! He there were jirobablv men jires-
' »:.t in th(> audience who would like
j to see tile day vvh n tlu* jiuiafie ,t a>n,
| transport.rtioa and incrclianJisiMg
j of water from the C,ulf ■ *f Mex.co
i would become a multi-millio;; debar
i business annually
I He st ited that, ;■ View of uh.if
! scientists have already don,*. • can
I lx* ex|*vted they will an ,ru-
| nomical way to jjurify sea w.o-r.
Loss (»f Infliicn,,*
He state:! that, the lo-s
j influence in the legislat'.m
1 riotis pifo-bletn and warned
j big citi, s quest for wa!er tn iv even
result m laws harmful '... agrivul-
! He said that the sal, ef Ins pro-
j ducts i i the only natural way a
fanner has to make money and il
the price relations aren't: brought
into line where young farmers can
1 own land and buy eq nniert tie
! term! will be away from the hum.
year. We would also like to express
in cc ()Ur appreciation for the interest
and assistance of Mrs. Parsons; her
presence, at our kick-off break last,
and other matters which were re-
ferred to her lor adv.ee. If you ask
us. we think you people at. The News
are, do.ng a ;;ie!ty fine jab.
S. A FINDLEY.
SP Conummitv ('Lest (.'ampgn
Bard well. Forre.ston
Schoeps Jr., C. E Hoover, C. O.
Mcnltt and J. Roy Glaspy.
T-yjse due to report freer. Midlo-
thian are W. .H Mtrlone, J. D. Floe-
man, Cecil Duvali, Ben H. Bruce,
Lewis Allen, LouLs Johnson and Bar-
Italy residents summoned for
Jury duty are Allen Reeves, Wes-
ley Almond, Roy Dunn, H. Corley,
W C. Commons and J. W. Jtr-
rett while those from Milford will be
J. D Boren, Jw Clanton, T. O.
Wlmbish, W B Bingham, Seton
Pudge and Raymond Hyles.
Waxahachians summoned to re-
port fur jury duty Include E. L.
Hagler Jr . W B Banks. Jr., B. V.
! Diwry. J H. Adair, John E. Shire,
Ross Crawford Jr., M. M. Sharp.
' Chaiks K Forbes, Guy Atkirgj, J.
j G. Barnett, Henry Curry, H. F,
: Sanders. L. S Patton. R L. Mivrcb-
i man. James E. Seale. H rward Raney
1955 cotton crop ! and R. W. Caldwei.
be,*11 revised from 70,-1 Others are H. L Cornwefl, Lon
tai.ono bales, the Tex- ! Ea.rl Hayes and R. C. Bake. aJl «f
It, CumnilBsion's week- ; May perl; Ed M. Moore of Bristol:
u,..l s.iturdas report- j W Ii Bruce of Bardvreil; H. D.
I Lynn of Forreston and Glen Odum
C.vil suits are docketed for Mon-
day's court session, the district
clerk's records showed.
Revised By TEC
aim: < ix
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I Dr M,
am *in, i* I the
mis t*. !.):<• r,*x.,s
ct c Kxauiiner.s:
!,*;,,*: 1): M 1!
Dr C B Pliil-
• terms exjuruig
!*.,* T< '. , . Bn.i'.l
t jpto’i’.cl ry: I)r
Wax;:ha.il • ' <
| A : oi Mu* county's cotton crop u»
| in w ,,ii,'i' and harvesting is 75 per
cent completed, the report stated '
| A bit ,1 of id,500 bales have been ■
j .:u.n>d bv county gins thu'i:*,h last;
I i , .in s:ii,v. • In pi je rt nuiicaU'd
F.lie, (’ *uii» v <■■•■* mi:11 to lead aII j
(, ii, i it*', ui t o, D ihas district ip i
I ;>ro luetioii. Hunt (’en.tv is a,rend
w ill 12 984 baa", while Co hn C >'.m-
i *. > third with 3(>.0f)t> bales I
1 n;s ("hri.'.t:. and I Jr II \ 11 a: b* mr
• f Kerr*, ilii*. * > .succeed Dr l ied
Pi aV J: e p.< aiinum! . 3ot.ll
point men;.-, .n lor terms exjming
August 11. 1901
Officials of the Ellis County Ag-
riculture Stabilization and Conscr-
■ a' ion ('* iinm it tee of] a.,* are at
tending a meeting on 1956 cotton
allotments at Hotel Dallas in Dal-
Just pennies a day. to cook
the amazing electric way! A
series of l»*<-t- analyzing liills
of electric rang,* users
showed the average co-,t of
cooking elecliicallv in tins
area amounted to <ml\ $2.20
Police Seek Two Men Who Leave
After Involved In Car Accident
V es, the cost of electric
cooking is nominal. But the
benefits are unsurpassed.
Electric cooking is clean,
fast, safe and lastv. Find out
for yourself, ^ ,nir appliance
dealer will let you try out
the range of your choice in
your own kitchen. TP&I, w ill
provide free temporary wir-
ing. at no obligation to you.
damaged and both the front and lIA
.. . . ..served as mast,
car of tin* Smith e.u icceivedj ^
ic.,vv damages. Both cars »ercL ^ Kr ein'T' aumuD
I tur.,1 agent, and Ki.-h ,r;l < l:,: >. N ,-
Aughtry’s car received flight j v;,rn> county agrieuhiiial aguit.a.s
la mages, but Aitghtry w as able to!^ucsr>s.
.'ontinue his trip. Police stated he j Th(, (.|1!1K. UiiS xuv.Wv the s|ve-,-
took Mr. and Mrs. Smith to their sorsliip of the agriculMire commit-
home m Dallas after the accident tec of t.he Ennis Chamber of c m-
ihvestigation. i merer in eoe.peratinn with the Tex-
Offleer Shelby L’mrh. who in- ! as Agricultural Extension Service
v estimated along witli Officer [------------------------------- _
Cribbs. said witnesses told him that
one of the Latin-American men
I pulled the other from the car and
i they left the scene at onCe.
j Lynch said they were believed
to bo under the Influence of aleo-
j Two Latin-American men flee
I tile scene of a three-car acciden
! in the 400 block of North Kaufnnu
I about 9■ 3.5 p.m. Monuay night, th
i Ennis Police Dejjartment rcixntoc.
: The car in which they were mov-
, ing south on the wrong side ol
J Highway crashed head-on into >•
j car driven north by Joseph Jen-
i nings Smith of Dallas.
Mrs. Smith, a passenger in the
j car was believed to be injured
? slightly but did not require treat-
ment, the police report stated. The
| injury was rejiorted to be a leg m-
Thei nipactoft hehead-oti •/:/. v.r
The impact of the liead-on col- hoi. |
! lision knocked the Smith automo- officers have' traced the owner- *
.bile backward into the front of a i ship of the car and have issued
car driven by Edwin Dale Aught ry . pick-up orders for two men sus-:
j of Grand Prairie. peeled to have been in the car,1
The front of the car occupied by Lynch stated. No arrests had been j
the Latin-Americans was heavily rejxirted yet as of 2:30 pm today.
j No Accidents Reported On U. S. 75 !
The speeches followed a barbecue | las today.
sjvonsoreci by the Citizens National 1 Those attending are James Rand.
Bank, the Ennis State Bank, and of lice manager, and members of
the Planters Cotton Oil Mill Cmn- 'the ASC committee. Mis James
Gilliam Jr., eleik. is al - > a!t**iiduig.
‘.V f ive P* ,„•< •*d.i; .*> in tuhii'-hing the
A ■—t,ri i:*.,<; alloimcut.. is ♦!•*«- topic ol tin*
u•1 * ! session.
J >'*•• !•:!!;■ (
Poll Tax Sales
Slower In County
Than Last Year
Ell.s County poll tax sales are
lagging behind sales for the same
lie.norl last year, despite the fact
that 1956 is a major election year,
while 1955 was an off-year, ac-
cording to a report from W. G. Ral-
ston. county tax assessor-collector.
Mayor and Mrs. Jack McKay Ralston has reported 270 poll tax
.*.1,(1 city Attorney and Mrs. George' receipts issued from his office In the
P Hines have registered for the ' court house in Waxahachie between
i i nvention of the Texas League | October 1 and October 10, while 336
ol Municipalities. ; receipts had been issued during the
The parley gets under way Oct- same period last year,
oi n 23 m Brownsville. i Mrs. Billy Colvin, deputy tax col-
Rrovvnsville Citv Commissioner lector, reported today that 85 jv>il
l av is Jennings said some 1600 ’ tax receipts had been issued *t the
mi’, .<!(.*, and their wives have re- : state and county tax office here,
watered for the convention, the "hich makes a total of 355 for the
l'nited Press rejiorted today. j county.
Jennings, who is chairman of the 7710 deadline foi pay in? the, tax
c« mention arrangements, said ! Ls Jalluar>’ 31 and ,Joth *****
about 400 of those so far registered I Mvs Colvin said they expected the
tax sales rate to increase consid-
erably during the last three months.
an* from the Lower Rio Grade
Valley and the rest from other
parts ol the state.
n'v',; allot•*,ient is ex- ('<>Heels Twice
fed to be a]wloan,•,*'I around PORTLAND. Me. ,UP>. — II ir-
MiiVf.rhei !. Allotments to the rv ,3 Mod's lost a $10 bet to Natli-
<*,unity’s larni(*’,s will be mailed for: in: Weinman 10 years ago and jok-
the countv ASC office during Lhe ing,ly attached a note to the bill
Attend Negro Day
At State Fair
Sstudent.s of George Washington
Li st we,*,; ol I), ccmb
Back In Funis
Mr a*'d Mr- G, i*
moved from Ii a rue i
saying he would pay Weinman an- Carver High School and Doris Mil-
| other -10 if he held onto the first ler Elementary School of Ennis at-
j cue : r 10 years. Weinman showed tended Negro Achievement Day st
s have Modes the original tenner recent-' the State, Fair of Texas In Dallas
Enins. I ly and collected another $10 Monday.
Nee the new
on display at
model to suit
ousands Of Cars On Highway
City ilas Two Minor Accidents
C.ty officers also reported a
quiet weekend, with only one minor
accident Friday morning and an-
other Saturday morning.
The two cars Friday met in the
intersect ion of Sherman and Bay-
lor. while the accident Saturday
involved a car backing from a
parking place and a car traveling
down Mam Street, officers report-
Despite extremely heavy trafiic,
no highway accidents were report-
ed in the Ennis area over the week-
State Highway Patrolman Robert
! H. Pecot said that thousands of
cars moved through Ennis bum-
! per-to-bumper this weekend as the
state Fair of Texas set a n« w
world attendance record of 323,224
for any one day at any annual
fair .in the world
Pecot stated that motorists, for
the most part, moved in an or-
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
From where I sit... by Joe Marsh 1 at Waco
Tie This One
('lo«od (he office early Inst Sat-
urday to go alter pheasants with
Pops Foster. I used fewer shell*
"than lhe old gentleman and took
home more birds -- hut lint be-
cause 1 did better shooting.
I'd borrowed a dog for the oc-
casion. Pops took along Blue, his
apeient pointer. Several times I
( noticed Pops walk up to a clump
tM hushes Blue had pointed at
and fire into the air though ho
hadn’t flushed a single bird.
Naturally, 1 wanted to know
why. “Well," he said sheepishly,
"l>f hern hunting with that dog
for 11 seasons. Ilis nose isn't much
help any more — but I'd rather
waste a shell than let him know.’*
From where I sit. Pops always
shows consideration for peopfe,
too. For instanre, this is a small
thing, hut he puts a bottle of beer
on ice for me when i visit Him —
though hr never takes anything
hut coffee himself. F.ven if he
doesn’t agree with me on a mat-
ter of personal choice (which i«
his right) he’d rather not make a
“point" of letting me know.
Special to Ennis Daily News
ABILENE nS|)H Representing
! Hardin-Simmons University at the
Texas Baptist Union convention at
Waco October 14-16 was Oivcl
« Vandeislie? ot Ennis. Miss Vander-
j slice is a Sophomore student at-
! Httt dln-Slmmons.
* Director of Religious lAitivhies
I lor Hat din-Slmmons University is
j Prof. Truett Sheri! t. The Univet-
sity has Just completed its annual
full Life Commitment Week, a
I period devoted ti assisting students
I in finding their spe cific area ol
! spiritual service. Rev. John A. fias-
co of Odessa was the speaker tor
the special week.
1 WILL|STON. N. I>— «UP'.—Po-
! lice repiter Dan Halltgan of The
; WUllston Plains Reporter mad,
j routine check of the fire depart-
Fourteen Dead in Texas
A United Press survey indicated
that at least 14 persons died in
traffic accidents in Texas over the
The worst accident happened
mar Livingston, where five per-
sons. including four teenagers, were;
killed in a single smash-up
Two men were killed m separate
accidents in Houston. A 21-year- '
old man was thrown from a car
as it went out of control near the
H( nston city limits.
The other, a 40-year-old Houston
man, was killed when he was hit
by a car while he was crossing a .
In Horse Show
KANSAS CITY. Mo. 'UP'. -- A
Waxahachie woman has won the
corination class tif1 the Conformation
Hunters Division of the American
Royal Horse Slww here Miss Su-
zanne Penn rode a 7-year-old Chcs-
nut Gelding. Miss Penn al.-o won
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