The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 262, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 5, 1955 Page: 2 of 4
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»t—TIIK ENNI* 1H4IY \E\VS—Satui<las.
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1954 Two Ton Two Speed Axle Long
Wheel Base Chevrolet Truck
Special Price at __ $850.00
SODDtRS CHEVROLET CO.
200 East Ennis Avenue
Set Up Showdown
tl'antinurd from Pag* One)
Hillsboro Eagles Claw Lions
In Hard Fought Grid Battle
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ENNIS FLOOR CRAFT
Complete line of
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was sagging. Gilmore wss credited , hopes It was not a hinn'le^s situa-
with nine tackles for a major share. | tion. however as the Lions can still
nross-countv> li- Although injured. Aj-mstrong turned tie for tin- title of District 18-AA
i*v of the unofti- in a lighting game at tackle Unable, Play By Play
' ••io lea.1 this | to move around th his usual f.ish- Hernandez returned kickoff to the
planed, to meet ion. Armstrong stock like a rock 34 yard line Hernandez lost three
irsdav night for I in the left side of the Lion de-J and Terry made it back. McAdams
i tense Boren and Allen turned in
md Wuxahaehie.' good defensive games The Emus j yard loss. HUntnel fumbled pass back
w situation with linebackers held the Eagles in all | and ttihncre. tackled him as lie
> °'<’r their op- night. ! punted for 8 yards .FTcm the Eagle
i ■ The Lions shifted Wylie to tail- 35 Wylie moved to Hit' 2U in three
Hillsboro 48-7 back to replace David Kirkpatrick! plays. Mann made one at guard
The Washington Merry-Go-Round
-< - By DREW PEARSON .... ■ —
It looks ; pa*
WASHINGTON. D C
us though Ikes heart
ist, Ur. Paul I) White ot Boston
isn't going to get all the money he
wants for research into via- cause
ot heart disease.
Budget Bureau estimates are
worked up long helm e Congress
and Gilmore caught Curry for seven | convt.nt^. iUKi last wwk lht,
...... a* . 1^1. , ^ i yri , ., . ....
tor confidenti.il backstage
budget on heart research '
for ccsfidenii.il backs', igr
... , ■ . i sion Tlv* figure is not sin
. while \\ axah.iehies who witnessed the game from a then Wylie lost tour. On. fourth : t u
sum; mug out a 55- i wheel chair Wylie was superb m down C'onnell ecu Id not get pus:
Mexia's Kittens, h.s new role He out rushed Priddy off and Hillsboro u>< k o\er on tin
: M'.xia a:c scheduled j who us boomed for all state honors 32.
:'•*} meeting Thursday 137 yards to 84 yards Defensively j F >ur smashes at the hue nettei
Wylie turned in a much better game a first on the 43 for the Kauris
| than did Priddy j Terry tried the 1; twice am
It was a heart breaker to the Lions curry ran at end tor six
•d a blow to their district title i Himmel punted and the bad m!
— — --------------------------------- led dead on the Lion tec.. , be lure Senator ltd
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TMSET...f»r a ifiiiii’s »»Rt«icce!
Insurance - Real Estate
NEED FOR SALE
Farms. Small and Large
Good City Homes
JOE C. McCRARY, Agent
104 South Dallas Street
an: but F:
James Watt, nu
rile National Hea
comes inulA* th
H, alt li. Faiucai.o:;
■.idling to ::ik
' ’. enl\
l t. > at meat
tile budget lor hi
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Ca r; • i. .1 :,
28 M< xsq : i
Athens 20. Grand Saline 0.
La Vega 33. Gatesville 0. ,
West 25. McGregor 13
Alvarado 45 Mansfield 6.
Itasca 19. Clifton 0
Wilmcr-Hutchuis 46. Duncanville
Wylie made two and tin
A penalty gave Ennis a first
34 Moore itercepteil C *'.U',e,'l
tiex tax bill, has been com- ( vote in a block after a caucus. And
special- j pletly stymeid. i here aiv the six GOP Senators who
I'E.N'NSI l.\ AN1A S POOR KM OKU have stymied 500 bills and the State
I' happens that Pennsylvania, the j Legislature ul Pennsylvania for ten
tii.nl most populous state in the un- j long months:
ion Minks 28th m schools, 45th in
mental health has no program fori Haivey Taylor oi Harrisburg,
^ 1'iiii'iivn hi,< ria re,i tr- "'hose insurance firm has handed
hahilitation programs for its 24 state | mo8t stltU* insurance; James E. Ber-
list it'.! ions. and. u 67 counties. ? rl' ut «naien»|iot. po-v to the
n;,h onc-lialf have a service f0r i Pennsylvania Manufacturers As.no-
juveniie delinquent* In PhilHdel- Nation, Ed w :ud J. Ke.-sler of Lan-
plna today loo persons me in Jail. casttM' lttb“r rt‘lat‘on-s director of
not a .s rnminaLs. but Iveausc there; Al mstrong Coik. Robert D. Fleming
;s no room in the over-crowded ' Aspinwall, G. Gray bill Diehm of
Jo remedy tins .situation, idealistic | ,UM*-V Iitusville.
ti"vtr:ini' I.i adPi pa.ssed through
the Pennsylvania Lower House. SO-
Orn.iMHi : health. $18.000000
pubhc as.-istanre $33,000,000 fur edu-
cnf.cn $24.50 000 hr mental health
ami * u if are. .hi . $27.04)0.000 for eco-
nomii' ii.• veiapmen* .
Lancaster: and Rowland B. Mah-
ILllsb ,' i ■
a pass C .
J a ■ k-
Waxahachie Indians Trounce
Mexia In District 18-AA Opener
WAX AH A CHI E Texas The
Waxahaciv.e L.mans j’amped .iff to
a share of the D'..str.et 18-AA lead
ALNliA* AND MONDAI
_ ALAN — JUNE
lADD * ALLYSON
TrapperTcm Of The
wmm iros bring you
the Pi3der’s Digest sensstion!
i_HUS£H-8«BA?.A Hilt CHtSItR MORRIS
CliNCfN T', i„V TF'bNL •
. . ■ -*w •». ;■> (. at runt »if.NiO*8S
I’.ere Friday night by trouncing t;
Mexia Black Cats 47-13.
The visitors were never able '
get the game as the, Bra.'
piled up a js-inUit margin beta:
: M*-\. i ceuia push across a TD
Ir.dian Quarterback Phil ReynoU
k p? to go the final yard for t!'
. -breaker Tirey Wilcmon race
45 yards for the second and Gen
Taylor snaged a Reyuiolds pass f,
Halfbacks DeValse and C x adaie
a : earth w-ith a 22-va:\i run aruun
Tayl >•: converted after e.u
With a case of too little and '.
te. Mexm Quarterback Jon Sch
amble passed to End Joe Jones f,
s.x yards and paydirt in the sec
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
JAMES WHITMORE •
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6 0 1 O T H T
St ai'iiiu 11 .\ \ I ti'.N - A! 'Men
WHKLAN - TUCKKU
Sunday & Monday
had lies’ reserves c-mtuit.
imts' rampage scoring or.
run around end by G1
2 - va:
M-G M's POWERFUL DRAMA !
Doris Day James Cagney!
Love Me Or Leave Me* I
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. .rue's admission .
A hearing on 'he matter wa> ::eki
Boys And Girls,
T.h" Bardwell ba ketball *« .ms
gained two victories over Seu. rv-
Roav-r at Bardwell Friday nu:.-
The girls ’.von Ij ya score of 40-28.
Lourene Gorman led the winners
with 24 points—while Clayton ied
the ;.->.v,rs team with 14 point.-
Katherine Dyess played emtstaud-
i.ng or. defense
The boys earned a victory with a
s*•ore of 43-38. Roy Lewis and Je-s
Dorman led the winners wuii 14
points each, Baker led the losers
team with 18 points. This victory
os .strictly a team victory with
a ; members soundly outplaying
* heir taller opponents. Freshman
K iv Lewis was again outsfandin’:
Bardwell meets Maypear! Monday '
night, at Bardweii. The games begin I
a' 7 00 pm
For Fall Planting
• Vetch • Wheat
• Winter Peas • Barley
^ Oats ® Grasses
North Feed & Seed
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. though parting the House—
A a- as fa: as he got.
tuunee this program he also
si.'il dropping the sales tax—
. h.i> already expired and nas-
a '•'.t.-sified income tax. based
’illif. to pay: 6 per cent, on
d ■> per cent on divi-
| <e.! I'VPI on p: al'essional
a- 1 ’;ve\' e‘‘‘r' on wages.
-. : ': t■ ■ uhbin or his trouble,
li eh;. ; ic.uvin why tr.e Re-
al: ii'is was held out a gaunt
a; ';e S' note F- >r the Penn-
!;je‘ ut ers A.s.six'iatio:;,
Ma-Tin Oi left, doesn't
tax !' wants the sales
i "in: And Owlet.t is m
11 u-h w.th the six GOP
ho have led the opposi-
Agriculture Secretary Benson
for | brought along a loaf of bread w hen
he spoke to the American Bakers
Association m Atlantic City . ex-
plaining to the bakers that he had
pair 18 cents ior the loaf. Ben-
son proceeded to peel off slices to
indicate where the housew ife's mon-
ey goes. Three sl.c.s to the retailer,
11 to the baker, an one to the
miller, said Benson. Three and a
half slices t farmers, and the re-
maining slice and a half for mis-
cellaneous charges, .fusil: 20
slices .. . Bimso* didn't reveal that
the loaf of bread la- bougnt before
Ins speech had only 19 slices. Big
question' Where did Benson get the
I nuU a
pem i.syh atn.i
now :. t: ,e
; rule. They
■eper by Rt -
tines Be- -
kickoff ;• -
-econd sc . -■
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ch the m.ci-
te te one
ti the S' t:t.-
Fnnis 7. Hill boro
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HilMxvro I 4, IPini
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C. W. CAUSEY
N'-.;tli llipiu.i' 75 ,i 1 ( il> Limit-
Now't the time to get started
on that, remodeling (>roject.
Let as help you plan. Drop
in am time and talk it over.
BURR LUMBER COMPANY
361 S. Main TKinnglc 5-2ti94
d7h at'ie farm Do miles
from Kniiis, mostly in ml
tivalimi, one dwelling, I!
Lr(Ki(l barns, plenty of water.
}jv I I f> per acre
1 1 °> aere farm 7 miles
Knnis, pood load. <s,S acres
cultivated, d5 pasture, pood
liouse, three barns, two
Knod tanks in pasture.
125 per acre
* * * *|: ik
*)U acres on all weather road.
H miles l.'nnis highly im-
proved model'll 1 bed room .
2 baths, plenty out build-
t- s<; * jf. .•}.
Seven room frame house
with 8 acres of land at
Rice. Texas, sheep proof
tence, on hiirhwav, a j;ood
home. $12. GOO
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Five room hou.se and two
nice lots on Tower Hill.
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Three bed loom frame
house in nice condition,
south part town.
Three room house, hath
and sewerage, lot !*o hy 12h
feet, on Fast Denton St.
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Acre of land and small
Imuse, all conveniences, on
South Paris Street. Fasy
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Other listinifs. See us if
you want, to buy or sell
W. D. ARDEN
CKNKUAI, INSI'll \N*(’K
Telephone 11(5-72*') 1
Office Opposite Post of lice
Knnis, 'I ex as
Plat Work 30c Foot
$1 2.50 Yard
Fill Dirt and Gravel
Phone TR.5 3139
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Services Sundays 11:00 A M. and 7:00 P.M.
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Week days 7:30 P.M.
Speaker Charles Herron, Arlington, Texas
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MAHONEY - (il. ASI’Y I \ SI H A NEE AGENC Y
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THE ENNIS DAILY NEWS
IN SIXTV-I (H’RTII YEAR
' Publislieci daily except, Funday hy the United Publishing C’o , Inc., which
also publishes 'The Knnis Weekly I/j';d and the Palmer Rustler.
Entered a* the post, nfla-e in Emits, Texas, as second i.la..s mail matter
under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
f Charles E Gentry Manager
i Daniil W. Bus Editor
i Elizabeth Parsons Assoetale Editor
j Rose Barkley Society Editor - Classified Advertising Manager
All rommunicHtions of business and items of news s'hould be addressed
I to the company, not to individuals.
j Any erroneous reflection upon tne '•liaracter. slandinc. or reputation
of any person, firm or eoiporatioit, which may appear in the columns'
of this paper, wall be gladly and duly corrected upon being brought to
the publisher's at lent inn j
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
By Carrier in City
i One Year (In Advance) $1150*
free TAT, farm pATIcn
I By Mall ih Elio, fount y. t Vear tri Advam e t'> Vi >
| I tv f.tftli Outside County Fame mi of as in City hy Carrier. Blnglf Copt -He
One Month $100 _ gix MulUh* t<j.00 i
East Highway 31 Phone TK5-.155!)
BARBECUE TO GO
Also Served Here Cooked With Old Fashioned
Hickory Wood Fire.
LOIN BACK RIBS .... Lb. . $1.50
Vi Barbecue Chicken Dinner $1.50
Barbecue Chicken to go $1.25
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 262, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 5, 1955, newspaper, November 5, 1955; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785851/m1/2/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.