The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 108, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 7, 1957 Page: 3 of 8
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Dinner and Family Reunion Honors
Centenarian at Community Center
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Winterrowd Mr. Kolb observed his 101st
entertained Mrs Winterrowd’s birthday on April 18.
lather. A. .1 Kolb, with a birth- The four tiered birthday cake,
day dinner and lamily reunion decorated with pink roses, was
Sunday at the Community baked by E. F. Schupbach of
(< n,t>r Dallas. Mrs. Schupbach is the
granddaughter of Mr. Kolb
Those present were Mr. Kolb.
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Winterrowd.
Thorndale; Mr and Mrs Jack C.
Winterrowd and Jay. Thrall;
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rosson and
Bobbie. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Rosson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Rosson and Jimmie, Mrs. Jim
Moore. W E. Carter and Wanda
Jean all of Palestine; Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Winterrowd, E. K
Winterrowd, all of Eustace; Mi-
ami Mrs. Ben Schupbach and
sons, Ben and Dan, Mrs E. F.
Schupbach. all of Dallas; M r.
and Mrs. Archie Novian and
Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
Perkins, all of Waco; M-Sgt. and
Mrs. C. M Winterrowd and
daughters. Donna Jean and
Cyanthia Ann of Austin; a n d
Mrs J C. Deavers and Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Winterrowd of Ennis.
Friends and relatives called
at the Community Center during
MAY 8—Wednesday, 3 to 4 30
pin. meeting of Cleopatra
MAY ft—Thursday. 7 p m R e-
served by Ennis Water De-
MAY 10—Friday. 7 p.m Mrs. L.
I- Jordan will honor her
daughter. Dolores, with a
MAY 11 — Sat u r d a y. 7 p.m.
Shower honoring Miss Caro-
lyn Goodwin, given by Miss
MAY 12—Sunday. 11 30 to .2 :t()
meeting of Ennis Avenue
Church of ('heist.
The Crown Tree
Reviewed at WSCS
Circles one and two of the Wo-
man s Society of Christian Ser-
vice met Monday afternoon in
the First Methodist Church par-
lor to hear Mrs A L Ruffin
review 'The Crown Tree." by
The final meeting of the cir-
cles tor the conference year will
be held during May.
A covered dish luncheon was
held prior to the book review.
Mrs. Horace Pollan, program
chairman introduced the prin-
Mrs Raymond M Burton gave
1 he invocation.
TO NORTH CAROLINA
Mrs Leo Garth and daughter.
Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Ricker! have gone to Goldsboro.
\ C for a two weeks visit in the
home of Mr. and Airs Joe Test
and son Stevie Mrs. Test is Mrs.
RETLRNS FROM Bl RLINGTON
Mr and Mrs. W H. Goodwin
and Mr and Mrs. Joe Keitt of
Hubbard returned Monday night
from Burlington. X. J. where
they were guests of Lt Col and
Mrs. F L Magee They also were
in New York City to see “Li'l
Abner" and the New York Yan-
kees defeat the Boston Red Sox.
En route home they saw Presi-
dent Eisenhower's home in Get-
tysburg. Lt. Col and Mrs. Magee
will leave May 23 by plane for
a visit with friends in Scotland
CHIMP CHAMP — Four-year-
old "Bobu” is no earth-huKgor.
The chimpanzee variety star
aspires to higher things. He*
known how to handle a chimp-
sized unicycle for quite a while,
hut to the amazement of Viggo
Benny, his owner, “Bubu”
leaped on Viggo’s man-sized
cycle backstage at a Hamburg,
Germany, theater and handled
Don't forget your Wife next
Sunday—Mother’s Day. AMEI/-
1A ANN FLORISTS.
Mrs. Ray Rickert Jr. enter-,
tained her daughter, Janice, on
her eighth birthday at their
home. 505 N. Kaufman. Monday
A Maypole decorated birthday
cake and ice cream were served
Balloons and bubble gum were
given as favors.
Mrs. Mann Davis. Mrs. B. L.
Clary, Mrs. Stanley Houdek, Mrs.
Ivan Bohuslav, Mrs. Johnney
Hajek. Mrs. Tominis Horton and
Mrs. Jesse Neaves assisted Mrs
Rickert in serving.
Those present were the hono-
rce Janice. Kenneth Ray Clary.
Anita Clary. Judy Fincher. Mari-
lyn Cleveland. Barbara Garth,
Rita Fincher. Debbie Hajek. Cyn-
thia Hajek, Dennis Hajek, Bettie
Ann Houdek, Maryette Bohus-
lav, Tommy Tolar, Mary Deane
Tolar, Bobby W. Gardner, Diane
Beaudoin, Joe Holland. Carolyn
Horton. Kathy Horton, Linda Kay
Ray. LaVaughn Blakley and
Also. Mrs. Jesse Neaves. Jesse
Jr and Sandra Jane of Waxaha-
Mrs. W. £. Boren
Is Hostess for
Circle Three of the Women
of the First Presbyterian Church
met in the home of Mrs. W K.
Boren on Monday.
The meeting was opened with
prayer by Mrs. J R Powell
Mrs. Annie J Dunlap, chair-
man was in charge of the
meeting. Mrs. Nell Leggett was
Mrs. Fred A Newton Sr. pre-
sented the Bible lesson. “War
The meeting closed with all
present repeating the Mizpah
The hostess served delicious
ref t’shnAmts to ten members
and Mrs D J. Bennett, presi-
dent of the women of t he*
Three bed room house with
one acre land, on Bardwell
Ensign road, fine well of wa-
ter, bath, septic tank.
16 nice building lots 60 foot
frontage in Kdgewood Addi-
tion. $450.00 to $500 each, all
city utilities available, terms
* * t * * O
For rent: A two bed room
house south Hall Street. 045
W. D. ARDEN
Offlee Opposite Post Office
JOE C. McCRARY
Insurance - Real istata
104 S. Dallas
Blackberries Make l ine Jam, Jelly
From the same hatch of blackberries yon run make both jelly and
jn,n_using, of course, liquid fruit pectin to assure a perfect fin-
ished product. , , „ . .
First, prepare the fruit. Crush thoroughly about 2-1/2 quarts
fully ripe blackberries. Place in a large sieve lined with doubt*
thickness of cheesecloth. Drain and measure 2 cups juice into a
large saucepan. Use juice for making jelly; use fruit remaining in
sieve for making jam.
2 cups juice 3-1/2 cups (1-1/2 lbs.) sugar
1/2 bottle liquid fruit pectin
Second, wake the jelly. Combine juice and sugar in saucepan ami
mix well Plnce over high heat and bring to a boil, stirring con-
stantly At once stir in liquid fruit pectin. Then bring to a full
rolling boil and boil hard I minute, stirring constantly. Remove
from heat, skim off foam with metal spoon, and pour quickly into
glasses. Cover jelly at once with 1/8 inch hot paraffin. Makee 6
3-3 '4 cups berry pulp 7 cups (3 lbs.) sugar
1/4 cup lemon juice 1/2 bottle liquid fruit pectin
Thru make the jaw. Put half of pulp through sieve to remove
some of the seeds. Measure 3-3/4 cups pulp into a very large
saucepan. Squeeze and strain the juice from 2 mediunj-tittd lemons.
Measure 1/4 cup juice into saucepan with fruit pulp. Add sugar
and mix well. Place over high heat, bring to a full rolling boil, and
boil hard I minute, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and at
once stir in liquid fruit pectin. Skim off foam with metal spoon.
Then stir and skim hv turns for 5 minutes to cool slightly, to pre-
vent floating fruit. Ladle quickly into glasses. Cover jam at otic#
with 1/8 inch hot paraffin. Makes 10 medium glasses.
"School Days" Banquet Theme Honoring
Tabernacle Baptist Seniors Monday
“School Days' was the theme which contained the program
of the banquet honoring seniors and menu, were placed at each
of the Tabernacle Baptist Church plate
Monday evening. i , , ,
‘ , . James McGinley Jr., who is
I he Womans Missionary l n- _ . . , ,
ion. with Mrs. II K Knsman os f"r lhc '«'»‘stry at
president, sponsored the ban -Southwestern Baptist Iheologi
quet which was held in Fellow- ial Seminary in Fort Worth, was
ship ]}a|| the guest speaker McGinley is
Approximately fort\ live per- a Golden Gloves semi
sons were present finalist and a former player with
Decorations included table Oakland Owls, which is a
arrangements of red and pink ,farm club of the New York Yan-
roses. High School Diplomas.
. _ . — _.... . — . . i The welcome was given by
IN AUSTIN I Frank Baker and the response
Mrs. Durwood Patterson and was given by Jerry Norman,
son Mark spent the week end in 1 who acted as master of cere-
Austin in the home ol Mrs. monies. The Rev. Ralph H. Rea-
Heinz Ulrich Jr and Mr and j sor gave the invocation and W
Mrs. Ralph Essary. i J Davis, superintendent of
schools, gave the benediction
YVEKFNI) GUESTS The program inducted group
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rogers singing of Maroon and White, a
had as their guests for the week- piano dialogue by Mrs. Ella Fern
end Mr and Mrs Hubert Ro- Sparks, music by Mr. and Mrs
gers. Jr and children. Tommy. Billy Abies and Inspiration by
Nancy and Susan, and Mr and
Mrs. Bill Golev and daughter.
Deborah all of Huntsville and
daughter. Deborah of Temple
They also attended the shoe con-
vention which was hold in Dal-
ON A MODERN
Tut* day. M.
la'*; -1 Hi. i.'wiS DAILY NEWS—3
Guests included Mr and Mrs.
W .1 Davis, Mr and Mrs Otis
Mr and Mrs. Allan Rogers and A Pederson, Donald Booth, Miss
Ruth Poff. Miss Elaine Cookstcm,
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Hosek, Mr
and Mrs. R. E. Erisman and the
Rev and Mrs Ralph Reasor
Bv ROSE BARKLEY
W CLARENCE SMITH, a
former resident and KHS gra-
duate, dropped by this afternoon
to inquire about old friend* and
to place an add for Oliver out-
board Motors in Denton, which
he represents as salesman
The CHARLES GENTRYS and
the E. R KELLYS were dining
side bv side at a local drive-in
last night when KATHLEEN
GENTRY spied Mr Kelly and
she whispered to her mother,
"That’s President Kelly of Ennis
High School and lie’s got an
On Wednesday BURTON
MUNN. FELIX GKRLUTI, MRS
A M BLOUNT. DOLORES MAY
JORDAN. JAKE TALLEY JR .
JANICE ANN WILLIAMS. JO
ETTA WRIGHT. JIMMIE SUE
MULLIGAN and MICHAEL
FOWLER all have birthdays and
MR and MRS SAM ROBERTS
and MR. and MRS FORD GUR-
RY, now of Grand Prairie, will
observe wedding anniversaries
Ekiughter Will Be
Married in June
Mr and Mrs. James E Graig.
211!) West Fifth Ave , Corsicana
have announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter. Carolyn, to My
roll A. Balcom of Houston, son
of Mr and Mrs. L B Balcom of
The bride-elect is a graduate
of TSCS. Denton and teaches in
the James Bowie School in Dal-
las. The bridegroom-to-be is a
graduate of Sam Houston State,
Huntsville, and is connected
with tin1 Magnolia Petroleum Go
The bride-to-be’s mother is
the fromer Miss Louise Hoclo
who was horn and reared in En
Vbiltlng hours at Ennis
Municipal Hospital are 10
toll a.m.. 3 to 4 p.m. and 7
PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL
Mrs Jay McGee
Miss Dorothy Ray
Mrs Joe Vrana
Mrs. L. F White.
Gary Lynn Vessels
L. II Hawkins.
Mrs Emil Toupal and infant
Msr. Fafela Caudelia and in-
Mrs Leon Duckett and infant
Clubs • Personalities # Weddings • Homcmaking
ROSE BARKLEY, Editor, TR5-3802
Eunice Joanna Nelson Will Become
Bride of Ted Henley on August 7
Mr and Mrs. Lyle G Nelson
have announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter. Miss Eunice'
Joanna Nelson to Ted Henley,
sun of Mr and Mrs J L Henley
of 216 West Central. Amarillo
The couple will be nvnm ied on
Mr Henley is a graduate of
Palo Duro High School in Ama-
rillo and is now attending Smith
Mrs J W Sills .uni son. .1 W
Sills Jr were in Dallas Monday
evening to visit a relative. Oran
Cobh who suffered a heart at-
tack recentlv. and is a patient in
the VA Hospital Mr. Cobh is a
former resident of Ennis and
Bardwell His wife is the former
Miss Velma Baker <>! Bardwell
Send Mwthcr a dozen red roses
on Her l)a\ nest Sunday.
AMELIA ANN FLORISTS.
western Bible InstitiUe in Waxa-
Why not give Mother a pretty
Ivy Planter on Mother’s Day-
next Sunday? AMELIA ANN
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 108, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 7, 1957, newspaper, May 7, 1957; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth786060/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.