The Palmer Rustler (Palmer, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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pponing Bids in
Blda on trucks and supplies were
,’elng opened Friday at the final
;di feting of the present County
; looting Of
k>n at whl
fray will pi
alasloners Court, Tlio lust W-
whlcb County Judge Lem
fray will preside not underway thl'
At least three of the county’.
>ur commissioners plan to pur*
IflMe one or more trucks on bids.
jehicies to be bought will be two or
'JrO and one-half ton trucks and.
•:*fr the first time thcourt is nrk-
Ag bids on trucks with or without
; Bids for gasoline, oils, greases,
timber and culverts also were to b
’ i pened. Present font,rants on these
-ems expire at the end of this year
nd Ellis County buys these unu-
trlals on a bid busts.
Bids on these supplies are for
jin. 1 through next June 30.
4 OWI Arrests in
EKs Over Holidays
"Only four cases of drunken driv-
ug were muKuea m Kills County
over the holidays.” Sheriff Burl
White reported today while here in
The a li"»-iff was discussing the
pr.vscnt light number of law Infrac-
tion:, around the county.
"Tile four DWIs,” he .sain "were
from these points: One from Dallas,
one from Corsicana and two from
Wuxahachle. And this covers a four
or five day period."
Law violations currently being re-
ported to his department are most-
ly minor offenses, but include oc-
The average cost per kilowatt hour for TP&L
electric service is actually 26% less than it
was in 1943. Electricity is one of the very few
services or commodities the price of which is
less today than 10 years ago. The average cost
per kilowatt hour for TP&L service to redden-'
tial users today is 3.69 cents as compared with
5.02 cents in 1943.
casionnl burglary, tha sheriff dis-
A burglary at tho Farm Store on
Highway 77 north of Waxahachtt
took place Tuesday night, he said
About $20 cash, some food and
some Mexican souvenir scarves were
stolen by a thief who gained entry
by forcing 4 rear window.
Hidden in Creek;
Suspect Is Held
A Negro shoplifter who allegedly
took four leather Jackets from
Marchmnu’s Dry Goods store in
Waxuhachie was apprehended and
the Jackets recovered, city police
Officers stated the man, who will
be charged in district court for
theft over $50. hid the Jackets in
Waxahachie Creek. Some damage
to the Jackets was caused by the
water and mud, the officers stated.
2 for 23'
Tall Can 10*
3 for 25*
Doz. . . . 45*
COFFEE, Bright & Early.............Lb. Bags 97*
SUGAR, Imperial..............10-Lb. Bags 85*
TOMATO SOUP, Campbells..........Reg. Can 10*
LUX Bath Soap
4 Bars .... 36*
pNo. 2 Can . . 43*i
BEEF, Chopped . . . 12-Oz. Can 35*
VEGETOLE, Shortening 3-Lb. Ctn. 69*
PEANUTS, Cocktail .... 8-Oz. 33'
PEANUTS, Spanish .... 8-Oz. 30'
POPCORN, 3-Minute 2-Lb. Bag 37'
BREEZE, For Washing . . Lg. Pkg. 25'
SHURFINE FLOUR . . 10-Lb. Sk. 89'
BLACK PEPPER, Pure. . . 4-Oz. 39'
PRUNE JUICE, Sunsweet. . Qt. 33'
POPPY SEED......Lb. Ceiio 50*
[STEAKS * ROASTS!
P U R E X
Quart .... 17'
Half Gallon 29*
bflrtvwsvGARDEN PRODUCE | Ii’lpkk-......•»»
ihW^nn ~ “ I NAPKINS. .
GREENS.....Bunch lO' ............
CARROTS ... Lb. Cello 10*
TURNIPS, Bulk. . . .Lb. 7'
2 Pkgs. 25‘
TISSUE......2 Rolls 15*
MACARONI. .Lb.Cello 19’
iSSZFiSSLl; it JE! squaws 36*
APPLES, Delicious 2 Lbs. 25
POTATOES . . 10-Lb. Sk. 39* |CRACKERS
ORANGES . . . 5-lb. Sk. 29*
GRAPEFRUIT 8-Lb. Bag 35*
GRAPEFRUIT, Toxas Lb. 6*
PEANUTS ... Lb. Cello 30*
J VvOl. Cum
. Lb. lox 25*
Lb. Cons 99*
Mr*. Chflcoat Improving
Mm Yancy Bwaatinim has return-
ed from Houston where she npiyit
the holidays in the home of Mr, uiul
Mrs. Martin Shipp and visited with
Mrs. Shipp's mother, Mrs, Harvey
Chtleoat. who m improving after a
Thursday Fvening. January 6 1955
Mr und Mrs. Frank W. Trojaeek
were week-end visitors in West und
in Penelope for the wedding of
Petrik Kalins and Miss Wilma Rej-
— THE PALMER RUSTLER —
l(<-tiirns From Visit
Mrs. Earl Norton has returned
from a vi:<it in For*. Worth with Mr.
■uni Mrs. Joe Emerson and the.r
iimue gurat, Mrs. J W. Norton of
Clarksvlle, Arkansas, and with Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Norton in Irvuig.
ONl/Y FIVE PER CENT—Texas Land Commissioner
Haseom Giles, left, told Senate investigator* in Austin
Tuesday that only five per cent of Veterans’ land sales
had come under criticism in recent inquiry on “block
sales.” With (liles are Robert Brooks, center, of the Land
office and Lawrence Jackson, executive secretary of the
board. (NEA Telephoto)
Mrs. Eva Coalson of Hurst f|K>nt
the week-end With Mrs. Lola Coch-
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Compton and
Larry of Pampa; Mrs. Maw Den-
bow and Inez Compton of Corsi-
cana vis tied Mr. and Mrs Alfred
Shelton. Ne,w Year’s Eve.
Mrs. W. E Anderson of Houston
spent Friday and Saturday nights
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Guest of Mrs. Martha Roberts
through tile holidays were Mrs, Ger-
ald Smith of Mobile, Alabama; E.
Roberts of Washington, I) C„ and
family Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ellis and
daughter of Childress, Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Smith and children of Dal-
las, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Miller of
Mr. and Mrs. Ike, Crum visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welch in
Mrs. Viola Miles has returned
home from Dallas where she spent
several days witli Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johnston,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brewer and
Kaymta, Wayne T*aiKiel’s and Rosa
Thompson spent New Year’s Day
with Mr and Mrs. Pete Bowman in
Mr. and Mrs. R. C Birchctt of
Grand Prairie visited Mr. and Mrs,
G. H. Swaford. Sunday afternoon
Mr. und Mrs. Lorin Murff and
baby have returned to their home in
San Antonio after sjrendVng the
holidays with his parents, Mr. und
Mrs. L. D. Murff.
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Mahaley and
Mr. and Mrs. J K Bradley spent
New Year's holiday with Mr and
Mrs Jack Wilder in Wichita Falls.
Mrs. Tho.tma Bu.tteson spent the
weekend in Palacios with her
daughter and family. Verio. Mac and
Alice Sue Balteson returned home
with ihe.ir mother.
Mr ai^d Mrs H. C. Jackson and
children of Laredo and Mr and
Mrs Jack tfradley and children <>!
Itasca have returned to their home
nfier spending the holidays w.th
their parents. Mr and Mrs. .1 K
Mr. ai d Mrs. M V Scoggins. I "t
Wurth; Mt ami Mrs. Fred Sev; n
Houston, visited Mr and Mis 4' H
Donaldson und Mr and Mrs (• 11
Swafford. Sunday afternoon
Mis. Carl Maxwell and Dickie <•(
Monahans und Mrs. Stew-sou ol
Csmey. returned to their homes
Sunday after visiting M; Maxwell
parents, Mr and Mrs J.m Hays
Sunday niiests in Hie home "1 Mt
.11 ul \tM tIran (liUwrt were Etdrn.
ami Mn Ixr Ruharebum and lam iv
. I (M ai Mr and Mrs Km*St
Ml*. Viola kllM* V-’td Mu
lUKn< mod M'tiiUi with M
M x Asaroli MahimMW a ,n 1
By Grandson of
They’re Top Tunes
As a special year-end feature,
here are the Top Tunes of 1954 ac-
cording to the Tune-De.x, the ba-
rometer of .I he music business.
i Numbers in brockets indicate
number of weeks in Top 10).
1. Wanted (21). Perry Como (Vic-
2. Hey There <2l)i. Rose m ft r y
3. Little Tilings Mean A Lot (19).
Kitty Kallen (Decea),
4. Sh-Boom (17). Clew Cuts. (Mer-
5: Make Love To Me 1101. Joe
5. Little Shoemaker GO). Gaylords
5. Oil Baby Mine (16). Four
8. Secret Love (15). Doris Day
8 Three Coins In The Fountain
(15). Four Aces (Dccca >.
8 Tins Ole Hou.se (15) Rosemary
8. If I Give My Heart To You
(15 and .still current). Dons Day
8. I Need You Know • 15 and stall
current). Eddie Fisher (Victor).
13 Young At Heart il l' Frank Si-
natra i Capitol i.
14 Hernando's Hideaway < 13 *. Ar-
chie Bleyer (Cadence).
14 Crust Over The Bridge (13).
Patti Page (Mercury)
14 Happy Wanderer (13* Frank
14 The High A- The Mighty '1.1)
Victor Young (Deccs',
18 Answer Me My Love i!2i Nat
Cole i Cupitoh
1!) Ill The Chapel !n The Moon
night ill) Kitty Kallen <Dei:ui>.
19. Papa Loves Mainbo ill and
still current) Perry Cornu (Vu’h»>
21 If You Lose Mt < !()• Kay
21 That's Aninie . |
21 Skokiunn > 10 > I
> Mereury •
21 Hold M\ Hand
lie 11 'Coral'
25 Man With J!
Aiim'a Hrothers 'Ved
NO II.: Among be
at ' tie Hid <1 I1M a
in-m T»«ih Me
l.e Me (1 |.mer A
SUN HIDING CAVF
SlAKIb WfcLOStiCAT, JM)\UAKI 3:n
BUY YOUR NECDS LOW! SAVc MONEY!
SHEETS and CASES
CASES. 42x36 43c
• Permanent f inish
» 39*90 **410
•7” Ruffle Cr
O Green - Brown 2 for
® White - Pink eCflfl
• Red - lighl Blue
CASES, 42x36 .... 59c ea.
Other Shopfs Reduced
• Easy to wash ....
* '!0''81 PRICE
** Crcy - While FRIC’’
B Fink - Rose O
'A Maize * light Blue 00 ©q.
Chenille Bed Spreads
• Beautiful Long Lasting ^ ^ _
• Full Bed Size ‘ §433
• 5 Wanted Colors ||A
• Usually $4.99 W
Chicken Leather Pillows
e Standard Sizo fifir
• Striped Ticking OU ca.
• 1.19 Value (Limit 21
• Bleached 36" ^ E|iifl°r
• Unbleached 39”
18x30 ........... 88c
4 Ft. x 6 Ft.........$4.88
PIECE GOODS SPECIAL
ALL NEW SHIPMENTS
Chambray, 36/# - 4 yds. $1.00
Beautiful Prints 3 yds. $1.00
Ginghams, 98c Val. 59c yd.
• Famous Brand
10 for 55c
8 for $1.00
• Assorted Colors
4 for $1.00
On Many, Many Clothing Needs—We Need The
Room! You Save! A Few Items Listed Below. Shop
For Ofher Specials in Our Store.
Ladies - C hildren’s Shoes! i™*!
Rey Pr ct?
3 98 & 4.98
5.98 & Up
• Ikmjhiul Nylon
• N*w SMidr. 7 fot
• Reg 5 W
Ladies Panties ,
Children's Panties 5 for S1X0
life Bags. . Prke
• Reg. 20.00
• Reg. 4.93
• Reg. 6.98
o Reg. 2.49
4 for $1 CO
ALL SWEATERS REDUCEDI
Buy While Stock Is Still
IA IHtS ROBES
I w*. _ . SJ*»
i ddits Dresses & 1 (wls
• Dresses, Val. 5.99 . . $3.99
• Dresses* Val. to 8.95 SS.95
• Coats and Toppers—
Dr as! colly Reduced
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The Palmer Rustler (Palmer, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 6, 1955, newspaper, January 6, 1955; Palmer, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785704/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.