The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 299, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 20, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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Two Christmas Party-Programs Honor
Students Of Mrs. J. R. Powell Monday
Mrs. J K. Powell was hostess at Stovall, Betty Lu Bennett, Bobby
he] home ,701 North Sherman for i Nowell, Martha Kucera and Betty
two parties honoring her music ami ' Ann Clark. Guests included Donna
speech students Monday afternoon j Ozymy and Jude Cole,
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A Christmas reeital-u:ugram was
held in the alurnoon for the
youngo siuuinLs. Snow men, .snow
balls and holly were used on t h e
mantle. Gilts weie exchanged a-
round the Clubs', max urr. siudents
having a part on the pi or,ram in-
cluded: Neicylene Haskmee, 'Pom-
my Clark, Mars Elsie Stovall, Jim-
my Nichols. Penny Sue I.iUle, Sally
Stovall, Jane Nidi In. Henry Tom
j A buffet supper in the evening
I honored the older students. The
i labile overlaid with a lace cloth
held » silver service at on end, a
holly weath cake at the other.
Those on the program included:
Donna Ozymy, Glenn Puckett. Bil-
ly Stovall, Judy Cole, Walter Han-
! son, Glenda Oliver, Lawrence Ku-
caia, Linda Stroman, Connie Sills,
i Larry Williams, Barbara Shaw, Da-
! vid Nesuda and Barbara Hanson,
j Guests were Mrs. Frank Novotny
I and Neva Sue Poston.
Fruited Eggnog Pic For Holidays
271) acre farm 1 '.*» miles
from Munis, mostly in cul-
tivation, oiii' ilwi'llinjr, ;5
good barns, plenty of watt r.
$.100 pop acre
112 acre farm 7 miles
Munis, good road, SS acres
cultivated, 25 pasture, good
house, three barns, two
good tanks in pasture.
$ 112."> per acre
* * M * *
50 acres on all weather road,
8 miles Munis highly im-
proved modern l bed rooms,
2 baths, plenty out build-
Three bed room frame
house in nice condition,
south part town.
Three room Imuse, hath
and sewerage, let ‘hi h\ 120
feet, on Mast 1 lenten St.
* * * * *
Other listin'/'-:. See us if
you want to buy or sell
W. D. ARDEN
(iKNKK \l. INSI K.XNCK
Telephone 1 K5-72«'.l
Office Opposite I'ostoffice
Munis. 1 , • \; i s
Mrs. /. Harrison
Offers Recipe For
Date Nut Cake
This roci|>e for Date Nut Cake is
contributed by Mrs, Irvin Harrison,
Route Two, Ennis.
DATE NUT C AKE
Pour 1 cun boiling water with 1
teaspoon soda added over y. pound
dates (cut finer Cover mixture and
let stand I'i package mincemeat
can be added if desired).
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons shortening
2 egs, well beaten
1 teas.pcon vanilla
I | cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
■ ; teaspoon salt
Add flour mixture to sugar to
sugar mixture and mix well. Then
add 1 cup nuts fine and floured.
Bake in moderate ove about 30 min-
A holiday dinner progresses to its dessert climax with wonderful
I rimmed with holly wreath gaiety, this dessert ends the meal on a
Commercial eggnog, a rich blending of eggs and milk, yields a
ready-made custard base for chiffon pie fillings. Heavy cream for
velvety smoothness and the fruit cocktail interest of diced peaches
pears, pineapple, grapes and cherry are then added. The fruit and
custard filling gain lightness of texture through the use of unflavored
gelatine. 1 his holiday chiffon pie, despite its beautiful appearance,
can be simply made. The crust is easy, too, when one uses a packaged
Fruit Cocktail Eggnog Pic
1 envelope unflavored 1 cup whipping cream,
1 12 teaspoons vanilla
} t teaspoon almond extract
I can (29 ounces) fruit
1 baked 9-inch pie shell
Mix gelatine, sugar and salt. Gradually stir in eggnog. Warm over
direct low heat until gelatine is dissolved. Chill until mixture mounds
when dropped from spoon. Fold in whipped cream, flavorings, 1U
cups drained fruit cocktail. Chill again until mixture mounds. Heap
into baked pie shell. Decorate with remaining fruit cocktail. Chill
2 to 4 hours.
2 cups commercially
By BOSE HAKKI.KY
Only foui more days to finish
your shopping, mail the cards
you’ve forgotte, do your lust min-
ute wrapping, finish decorating
what you haven’t, finish your be-
lorehand cooking or at least get it
started, plan Christmas dinner,
more shopping etc. etc etc. Whew !
Is it worth it? It is. Ask uny child.
We even take tune out down here,
among all the contusion to get in-|
to the spirit ol the tiling, especially j
when someone like JIM NEWMAN
brings us candy (homemade) or
when OLGA PACE brings us cake
and candy (also homemade, the
recipe tor the cake it is somewhere
on tins page.) Then MARY HELEN j
GENTRY, who is helping out dur-
ing tlie rush, not to be out done, |
came in tins morning wagging j
sweet rolls to go with our coffee.
Somebody's gonna get fat! [
Clubs # Personalities # WqcMinj's • Ifotnemaking
HOSE IJAftKLEV, Editor, TK5-:*802
living To Germany
Mrs. E. D, Waller and sons. Ro-
bert ad Jackie, who have been vis-
it m■.v her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Obie Freeman for three months,
have gone to New York from wheie
they will tly to Geimany to spend
'liter veins. They will join their
husband and father M. Sgt. Waller
-via. is stationed at an air base near
Mis W T Williams of Ennis
\.i hs'ed as a patent in Memorial
ll-isju'i.I ;n Corsicana last week.
From the 1 lies o! the Ennis Daily
Ten Years Ago
Chat lie Harper oi Fall River.
Mass, arrived tor a vi.-h with hi*
parents. Mi. and Mrs. J. C. Harper.
to her dui.es
Tt oj.ieek re’ ut lied
the Satewav Store
after an illness.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Vandervoort
ol Dallas came to Ennis to make
their home with Mi's. Vander-
voort’s sister, Mrs. Ed O'Leary.
Charles Coburn and Ginny
Sunnis were playing in “Shady
Lady" at the Plaza Theatre.
Tiiose whose letters to Santa
Claus appeared in The News in-
cluded Sandra Jean Cooke, Rose
Mary Smolka. Ella May Smolka.
Catherine Lillie Smolka, Mildred
Minna Smolka and Patricia Ann
And by the way the "Lebkuehen"
recipe in yesterday’s paper called
for 2 cups nuts, actually it should:
have read 1 pound of nuts.
3c BILLY J KR1SKA will spend
I his 1 ust Christmas m France. If
I you’d care to drop lum a line ins’
! address is AF18482705 71st Bomb.
! Bqdn., Tactical Box 159, APO 17,
New York, N. Y..
WESLEY HOWARD JR. and
N1TA ER ISM AN, students in Bay-
lor Umersity are home lor the
Those with birthdays tomorrow
include MOLLY ANN ROM1CK .V
GAIL DAVIS. MR. and MRS.
RAYMOND CHRISTIAN will cele-
brate their 14th wedding anni-
ersary on that date too.
SELL YOl’R CAR An Ennis DaJly
TRY IT it’s really easy to sell tlie
things you no longer need to some-
one who does need them. A Classi-
fied Ad in The Ennis Daily News
will do it. Phone TR5-380I.
Mrs. M. J. Pace
Submits Recipe For
Orange Slice Cake
Mrs. M. J. Pare, 103 West I utn-
.pasa.s, submits thus recipe 1 >r Or-
ange Slice Cake. Those who aren't
too fond ol fruit cake will find this
one more to their lik.ng It will keep
just as long too.
ORANGE SLH I < AKE
2 cups white sugar
1 cup butter
4 cups flour
1 one-third cups buttermilk
1 teaspoon soda
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 pound dates
1 pound orange slices (candyi
1 cup pecans
1 small jar candied cherries
1 .package coconut
1 small jar candied pineapple
Cut dates, candy and pecans Use
one cup flour to flour dates and
candy. Cream sugar and butter, add
egg-. Mix well then add buttermilk
and soda and remaining Hour. Add
remaining ingredients and bake in
moderate oven '350 degreesi. This
makes one large cake or 2 medium
Si/.e cakes. Bake large cake 2 hours,
smaller cake 1 hour.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Johnson and
son Harvey oi Chattanooga. Ten-
nessee: Mr. and Mrs J Easter-
ling of Chatlield and Billy Mi/ell
of Houston will arrive Friday to
spend Christmas m the home ot
Mr. and Mrs w. A Mi/eli.
Here From Oklahoma
Ml and Mrs Charles MurheaJ
ot Ardmore. Oklahoma nave ar-
rived to spend the Christinas holi-
days with relate es in Ennis and
Spring Wedding Planned For Daughter
Of Former Ennis Family, Amarillo Man
The future bride of James 7.
Carter is Miss Martha Jane Hyer.
NEW YORK. N. Y <UP». — The
j "Ford H'ar Jubilee" s.peatacular oil!
j C’BU next March 10 will be a mu- j
I skill version of Maxwell Ander- ^
c . Broadway success oi some 20 !
/ years ego. "High Tor," with Bing
j Crosby a.-- the star. It already has j
been tilmeh in II dlywood, Bmg be-I
. in; allergic to live TV. Fittingly,
An.iei.Min hnuselt made the adap-
j tuition and wrote the lyrics for the |
! music ot Arthur Schwartz.
The bride to be is the daughter
of Mrs. Katherine McDuffie Hyer
and Bovkin J Hyer and the grand-
daughter ot Mrs. C. E. McDuffie,
all former Ennis residents now liv-
ing in Dallas.
Mr. Carter is the son of Mr and
Mrs Forrest c Carter of Amarillo.
He is an alumnus of West Texas
Date and place for their spring
wedding have not yet been chosen.
1 heme ■■ting of the C BS day-
time "Valiant Lady" is the
work of John Gart, with lyrics
addni recently by Kay Twom-
ey ami Fred Wise. Another
"Valiant l.ady" tune that is get-
ting popular, "Joey’s Song," also
Ted Mark cf "Tile Original
Amateur Hour,” now on ABC, and
his i tali' hav e auditioned more
than filiO tiiH) aspiring amateurs at
a eo't ol $3.000.(too in the pro-
gram's 21 years. Led. a native of
Denver, started in show business
a ,i :,axoplumist
AIU’ lias announced nine new
T\ prep it.es, ranging from
several 30-uiinufc series to a 90-
niinute series, to be presented
during the l!>r»(i-.r>7 season.
The (>ran"c B vvl game January
2 betwetii tile University of Okla-
homa .nid tlie University of Mary-
land t'-ain.- will be• telecast on CBS
b< ginning at 2 p.m. (ESTi
Visiting hours at Ennis Muni-
cipal hospital are from 10 to 11
»m„ 3 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8 pm
Patients in the Hospital
Mrs Jennie Price
Mrs Lillie Ruffin
Mrs M. c. Ward
H It. Thomas
Mrs. C. W. McKenney
H H Kelsey
Mrs. Joe Torre and infant son
Mrs. Harold Purcell and Infant
Debra Ann Webster
Mrs Jack Bradley
Cay wood Tolleferro
Christmas guests in the home of
Mrs. John M. Weekley will be Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Weekley and chil-
dren, John and Suzanne of Dallas;
Mrs. Maureen Thompson and chil-
dren, Diane and Richard, Midland;
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harvey and
sons, Jimmy, John and Gene Jr, of
Wichita Falls; Dr. and Mrs. Clay
Weekley and sons, Fred and Mart
of Waco and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
Weekley and sons. Bob, Dick and
David, of Houston.
Your Office Supply Check List
-Speedball Drawing Points
-Esterbrook Pens and Pencils
-Esterbrook Desk Sets
-Esterbrook Renew Points
-Telephone List Finders
-Clasp Envelopes (ail sizes)
"wan wivi•«i »
-Time and Payroll Records
-Da i er is
Stamp Pad Ink
Steel Ca d File
Filing Cub net
Manila Fite Folders
its to Marking Pencils
Mark well Dry Pens
-Scotch Tape Dispensers
Adding Machine Ribbon
-National Cash Register Paper
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 299, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 20, 1955, newspaper, December 20, 1955; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785904/m1/3/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.