The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 88, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1955 Page: 3 of 8
A spring-fresh sprueing-up trf
drycleaning or airing oh a clbthm-
line where sun ar.d wind may
^change them! Does that sound too
good to be true?
rtoJhi ‘Lyou have ^ automatic
clothes dryer, that performs what
ieems to be a miracle in Just about
-0 minutes, noted home authorities
Start by giving your drape*.a
thorough vacuuming before tafcihg
a them out, and they’ll be ready to
to get between
>Ma and pinch. pteau on
here duet generally clingy
Wheh the dfapes are dust-free,
fold, pint* ft the Ciothee ttrjNlf add
set control for * minutes at Ido
heat. The circulation or warm
gently forced thrbugh ttfe fibers,
will refndve wrinkles afltt give the
drapes a ft-Ah, clean lot* again.
a vigorous snake when you take
■dra Hall, daughter of the
and Mis. Richard Hall of
HII. bdrfi it rioience Rlghtin-l
gale Hospital bn April 8. The Rev.
ffetttlr Hall was foriheriy vicar of|
St. tholhaS Episcopal Church in.
Ip tef. and
air. Dallas, be
era, gale Heap
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SIR LOIN STEAK . . ......lb. 60
BRIGHT & EARLY
CORK..... . . . , . . lh.Pkg.7W
LARGE - FIRM
Lettuce . . , . , . Head 14*“
Cabots.. . . Cello Pkg. 9*
Green Beans . . . Lb. 19*
FRESH GREEN- ” . /•
Onions.... 2 Bunches 15*
Chicken Pie .......34*
FORD HOOK—lS-O*. Pkgs.
Lima Beans .... 2 for 45*
Broccolets Pkg. 15*
Strawberries.... Pkg. 29*
BEWLEY’S BEST ! ' !
FLOUR .......mBag 89«
BEWLEY’S ’ BLUE RIBB0N • r.’.. ;?t jn] t *‘' ; ■ i ,'
Flour......2-Lb.Bag 20* Meal. . . . . .2-Lb.Bag 17*
SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR...... Pkg. 44*
PIE CRUST STICKS............ 2 Pkgs. 2W
WHITE FROSTING MIX .... .....Pkg. 29*
WAPCO POTATOES .......... Lb. Can 10»
* '* i t • j ipi ,
KIMBELL’S , 1
DICED‘BEETS. . . lb. Can IW
DIAMOND , vv'-.
PORK and BEANS. ....... . ...
PFT FOOD SAIF
PUSS ’N BOOTS CAT FOOD. . . . 6 Cans 48*
3 Cans 35®
a a a w a
frSkib dog food.....
BIRDSEED........ ......2 Pkgs. 39c
• RAINS •
GROCERY & MARKET
I Officers' Coot in Fleece!
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The classic officers' coat is done in gray for spring by Philip
Mangone. This is in a luxurious, zibelline-type orlon fleece with
sleek, napped surface.—By Gaile Dugas, NEA Women’s Editor
Jane Lamb Honored
On Her Birthday
The Rev. and Mrs. Orbie Lamb
honored heir daughter, Jane, on
hfer fifteenth birthday with a party
at the Lamb home Saturday rilgnt.
Ci bests at the party included
Nancy Newman, Jerry Collat’d,
Sadie, Wilson, Ronnie Pollan, Eve-
lyn Wilson, Ramon Armstrong, Jan
McBrafyer, Ray Clark Roberts, Bar-
barn Wooten, James Wilhotte,
Caroline Tay, Jerry Norman, Judy
Martin, Charles Allen, Dixie La-
nier,, Robert Erisman, Glenda
Oliver, Jbe Ben Munn, Mary Eliza-
beth Knlze, Billy Boren, Earlene
iMulrhead, Freddie Brasher.
Also Nancy Weir, Harris Connell,
Euna Rae Tucker, Leslie Collar'd,
Maxine Pace, Harold Jones, RufuS
GrlSSenbeck, Donald SmRh, Jackie
Walker, Chuck Shultz, Duaril
Lamb, Dorothy Ray, Billy Glaspy,
Donald Horne, Fred ,Allen Lummu3,
yPatsy Hunsucker and Doug Speers,
all of JSnnis, and Rodney Gail
Kring and Kay String, both Of
Willi the lodges '
Ennis Encampment No. 142 will
meet Friday night at 8:00 p.m.,
April IS at 1091 s S. Dallas, at En-
nis, Texas. The Royal Purple de-
gree will be conferred on two can-
didates. All members are urged to
J. B. Black Jr. C. P.
H. H. Lummus—Scribe
Children of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Ray who were Easter guests of
their parents at the Ray home on
Route Four included Mr. and Mr-;.
Arlie Ray, .Mr. and Mrs. Atwell
Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
Simpson, all of Ennis; Mr. an!
Mrs. GSorge Ray of Abilene, and
Mr. and Mrs. 81m Douglas of Dal-
Tyler Wins Double
Header Last Night
Two Grand Slams
By United Press
A pair of first inning grand slam
homers enabled Tyler to make up
for lost time in the Big State
League last night.
The Tigers jumped off to quick
leads in both ends of their double
header sweep with Port Arthur to
join Galveston Waco and Cor-
pus Christ! at the top of the heap
with , two games gone. ,
All three other first-plane teams
gained repeat victories over their
first series opponents, with Waco
besting Austin 7 to 1; Galveston
edging Texas City 3 to 1; and Cor-
pus CluLsti drubbing Harlingen 13
Tyler had its scheduled! opener
with the Sea Hawks fogged out
the night before. It used bases-
loaded homers last night by Her-
man Charles in the opening frame
pf the first game and Hal Simpson
in the first stanza of the second
game to set off 6 to 1 and 8 to no
thing victories over Port Arthur.
Home openers at Port Arthur and
Wpco highlight tonight’s slate
Tyler kicks off the lid at Port
Arthur, Austin begins the home
season at Waco, Corpus Christ!
stays at Harlingen and the “home-
less” Texas City Club remains at
Texas City must play all of its
games as a road cluib until its
municipal stadium is completed
in the middle of may. It will try
to find the combination for beat-
ing Galveston and break into the
win column tonight. The Texans
took an early one-run lead lost
night but couldn’t hold on to it
as a Doug Alford homer and a
Don Carroll triple produced enough
runs for the White Cap victory.
- ENNIS DAILY NEWS — THBEI Thursday Evening, April 14. 1953
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Dallas Symphony's 1955-56 Schedule
And List of Gu^st Artists Announced
The Dallas Symphony's 195-96
season tickets m ill go on sale to the
general public Monday. Next sea-
son’s just completed echedule of
subscription concerts under the
musical directorship of Walter
Hendl has Just been completed
The schedule announced Satur-
day by Morgan Knott, symphony
manager, will consist of 10 corf- •
certs, divided equally between eight
Sunday afternoons and eight Mon-
day evenings, to be given at Me-
Farlln Auditorium with of the
greatest aggregation of musical ta-
lent ever presented in a single con-
cert series,” Knott said.
The schedule as released Is;
^Monday, November 14, 1958—
Opening orchfestriai concert.
Suiv.ay. November 20—Istvan
Mo.'.day, November 28- Pietro
Sunday, December 4 — Nathan
Monday, Dccctnblr 12-.....Arthur
Bennett Lipkin, guest conductor
Sunday, December 18- Dealey
Monday. December 26—Alfred
'Sunday, January 8, 1956—Leo
Sunday, January 15—Heifetz,
Monday, January 23— Gregor
Sunday, February 5 — Christe'
Monday, February 13 — Zino
Sunday, February 19 -Sir Tho-
mas Beechman, guest conductor.
Monday, February 27—Wilheliq
Monday March 12—Gala evening
to be announced
Sunday, March 25 Orchestral
■ ■ A 1
condensed statement of the condition of
Citizens National Bank
At The Close Of Business April 11th, 1955
Cash on Halid atld
Bflhks ................. $ 88t),2?2.36
Government < ^ .
Securities ............-w 1,627,051.00
Municipal Bonds ... 419,316.73
CCC Cert, of interest.. 204,711.07
Cottdtl Bills of
Exchange ±........ 4,073.41
Stock if! Federal R«sferve Bank—....
Bank BUiWIftg .............-........#......
FurnitufO & Fixtures ...............
Loans atld Discounts -------------------j—
J. W. Tolleson..........................—t_____________President
I). W. Ramsay------------. ..________j,-----------Vide President
C. H. Tolleson_____________.L..L----L........Vice President
GerSld C. Tolleson j..---------------------------------^.....Cashier
Joe Vitovsky ..................................:______Asst. Cashier
J. W. Dillard.___________,.................CAshier
Richard T. Perdue ......... ............ Asst. Cashier
J. W. Toltesori
F. L. $*ory
Jas. S. ScHiddrson
C. H. Tollesoh
> Garner Dunkerley Jr.
' H. R. Burden
W. D. Bozek
Enters Track Meet
At Abilene April 16
Abilcne—iSpl) — The Haidin-
Simmoas University track team
will participate in Abilene for the
first time this $e«r at a triangular
meet between H-8U, Me Murray
and Texas Christian University of
Fui l Wbitfi itl MeMurray, Gutur-
This will be the sixth meet for
the Pokes who have three remain-
ing meets on their schedule. H-SU
will carry eight boys.
Making their first appearance
are Delnor Poss. junior from San
Angelo, broad Jump and sprint
medley: and John McMilliani,
Junior from Ft. Summer, New Mex-
co, javelin. *
Leading the cow-boys will be high
jumper John Whatley, who inis
placed first or second in every con
test so far this year. His best jump
was at North Texas Relays in Den-
ton with a 6-4 leap for firt.
Other members of the team are:
Bob Byrd, Junior from Amarillo,
running the 220, 440, and 880; Ben
Benton, sophomore from Doming
New Mexico, high and low hurdles;
Max Irwin, freshman from Eunice,
New Mexico, 100, 220, and 440; Bill
Denton, freshman from Know-
City. high jump; and Johnny
Howerton, junior from Fort Worth,
H. VIRGIL REYNOLDS
Now available with his organ for
yoor banquets, weddings, openings
and all special occasions.
Contact Virgil Reynolds, 104 Vine St.
Waxahachie, Texas Phone 2583
By Many Groups
At Garden Show
Waco,—“A show within a show
describes the conservation and
education exhibit at the Waco
Council’s Garden and Home Show
Ih the Heart O’ Texas Collseuih,
April 15-17, so largo is this depart
ment of the exposition.
The conservation and education
division will occupy the entire bbx
section on tlw> west side of the lrt|fe
Coliseum* this ppajpe being 240
feet ih length.
Mrs. James D. Todd, department
chairman, announces that some Of
the features will be a forestry
ex id bit by Cub SeoUts of Pack 6:
wild flowers, Campfire Girl*;
growth of bulbs, 4-tH Club boy*;
projmgatlon of chrysanthemums,
George Wolfe, florist, and exotic
fish, Aquarium Society.
An alfalfa display will be ar-
rangfed by Leon Thompson, agri-
culturist, Citizens National Bunk,
a’.:d . ’’litterbug” campaign ex-
hibit will be presented by fldy
The Veterans Administration
Hospital will be represented by a
minature clinic and by articles,
such as Jewelry, wdd-cnrvlng and
leather tooling, made by patients
in occupational therapy. Still other
features will be displays by the
Federal District Soil Conservation
offices, Waco Girl Scout Assoold-
tiontion and the Waco Public
Schools, as well aS a display show-
different methods of drying mater-
ials for floral arrangements urid
Nine gardens writh the therive,
“Gardens of Yesterday and Today”
will be presented by the Garden
Show with the thought in mind of
serving the needs of Central Texas
home owners of moderate means.
Numerous home show exhibits and
an automobile show will lie featur-
es and an- elaborate stage shpw,
headlined by the Kilgore Ranger-
ettes, will be given.
rhe Sunday concerts are sche-
duled for S.’lft pdn. and the Mon-
day concerts are scheduled for
* pjftL ~ jL •
Visiting- hours at Ennis Municipal
joSpltal gre 10 ^to. Hj.m,, 3 to 4
Eadauta l# >C«:HSaim4|.t
Steve Abies : T * ;
Mrfk Willie Baltic
Mrs. R,„“R. xlachSort -t
Miss Joy Marie Sain
C. W. McClain
Mrs. A. E. Mullicrtn
The Rey. Melvin Hunter
Mi’s. Hubert Marcia
Nancy Ttoupal .‘
Mrs. Charfle Santos
At Smolka Home
\ % '
Mrs. Cluirlie Polizar and Miss
Mildred Smolka were hostess for
a dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cliarlie Smolka on Sunday,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Smolka’s
son, Lawrence,: on his birthday.
Those present Included Mr. and
Mr*. Pouzar and son, Charlie, the
honoree and his parents.
Mrs: Leo Garth'mtered Gaston
Avphue Hospital in Dallas on Mon-
day for observation, r
Mrs. WlUle Salik Is reported to
be doing nicely at Ennis Municipal
Hospital where she underwent sur-
gery on Wednesday.
of Ali mds
liability. Fir#, Theft
and Glass Breakage
For Home and Business
W. D. Arden
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