The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1955 Page: 4 of 6
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POtri — ENNIS DAILY NTWS — Thursday Evening, January 13. IMS
After being absent for ar feral
months. I am again open for bgisl-
L. T Ftaher Barber .Shop.
Mrs. Ruby Hamilton and Emaia
Lynn attended a birthday dinner lin
Dallas Sunday given In honor of
lira. Hamilton’s slater, Mrs. Edith
Miss Eula Stinson attended the
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MfDaniel in Arlington, Wednesdny.
Mrs. Cherrie Weatherford of Fer-
ris whs a KiM.Ht of Mrs. Naomi Stack*
at a luncheon Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Ooihard entered the
Waxahachie hospital Saturday os
a medical patient.
Mr*. M. L. Coker, a patient at the
St. Paul Hospital in Dallas foi the
past two weeks, Is improving and
hopes to be home soon.
Mr and Mrs. A. E Ne.'il and
daughter, Denise of Dallas spent
the week end with her father, J.
W. Gothard and also her mother,
at the Waxahachie hospital.
Roy J. Watson attended a school
superintendent meeting In Austin 3
days last we.ek.
Miss Wanda Sehwarts and Miss
Martha Christmas both of Balias
visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sch-
wartz on Saturday. John Duane of
NTSC also visited his parents ov<*
Jack Bates of Paris Junior Ctdlege
spent the week end with his/ par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butes.
Mrs. Oertrude B.llups and Mrj.
Malcom Prince were Dullrgi visitor*
C. C. Blocker who underwent sur-
gery nt the Medical Arts Hospital
in Dallas on Wednesday is slightly
Improving at this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Alderdice III
of Waxahachie, and the Rev. and
Mrs. Ted McElroy of Fort Worth,
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Wynne, Sunday.
Mrs. O C. Potter visited In Dal-
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Mercer w<»re
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COLLIDE—Wreckage of privately owned DC-3 which collided with a TWA airliner
*12 miles southwest of Cincinnati, lies in op3n section of woods after crushing about u
mile from the airliner. Pilot and co-pilot ,of the DC-3, owned by Castleton Horse Farms,
Lexington, Ky., were killed in the crash. T.m paosengers and three crewmen diet!
aboard the TWA plane. (NKA Telephoto)
Dallas visitors, Friday.
end mort popular
•ach year with
‘v Ttxas homemakers *
HoW much is the average cost
' of TP&L electricity for a family of
four to cook on on olectric rang#?
I I one dollar ond three cents
I I two dollars ond fifty-three cents
I | ten dollars ond sixty-four cents
See Neddy's answer elsewhere on this page.
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TKXAS POWER A LIGHT COMPANY
Hobart Hample of Dallas and
Harold Hample of Tyler both vislte^l
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Hample over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Windham en-
tertained Friday night—with n din-
ner honoring their son, Harlan B.
on ills birthday anniversary. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. James Edlemnn,
Waxahachie; Mr. and Mis. Roy J.
Watson. After dinner host,* and
guests attended the opening of the
new' Oldsmobile-Cadillas building
Mrs. Era Walker of Dallas wns a
house guest of Mrs. Tom Jones the
past week and Mrs. Glen Roy Wes-
ter and David also of Dallas spent
the weekend with her mother. Mrs.
Mrs. Dick Wynne attended the
Waxahachie Garden Club at Davis
Hall on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Clopton were
Dallas visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Rives of
Seagoville were guests of Mr. n.nd
Mrs. O. C. Potter on Sunday.
Mrs. Durwood Smith is convales-
cing at home after undergoing min-
or surgery in a Dallas hospital, last
Mrs. Gartnnd Cleveland is report,
ed quite ill at her home here.
Antonios Strndivarius' signature
is said to have been forged more
than anyone else's.
VIAL telephone directory
Approximately 2.500 new GRAY telephone
dimctoriea have Ixprn deliver*! to telephone
aulmribet* in Emm. f
The** books contain tht new dial telephone
number* that will to into effect at 10 pin,
Saturday, January 15, when Emus' new dial
syntein ctimea to life
Aik the number* in the old green\lirectory
and all the number* you have totted down for
•nay reference will be wrong numlarr* after
10 pm.. Saturday. January 15.
1.1. OeMNft, Manager
BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
THINK BEFORE RETURNING
Your partners lead
In the past few columns I have
outlined n number of _situations
where you should not return your
partner's lead — alter winning the
Neither Side Vulnerable
North (Mr. Dalei
A-Q io 3
K J 8
♦ - K J 10 8 3
A 8 (j
West East 1
'Mr Masters) (Mr. Champion)
A- A 5 4 4—7 2
V~ <> 5 2 U -9 7 4 3
♦ - a 7 4-A 4 2
A--Q J 10 7 3 A -A 5 4 2
South (Mr. Abeli
A- K J 1) 8 G
V A Q 10
♦ — Q fi 5
A K 9
South West North East
1—A Pass 2—4 Pass
3—4 Pass 3—A Pass
4 A AH Pass
Re-nembrr these are exceptions.
Often, and especially against no
tiu.ni) contracts, returning partner's
suit is cxiMtiilp, the right thing to do.
But never do it blindly. Always
consider tha bidding and the looks
of the dummy—then use your best
Here la another hand in which
the return of puitner’a opening lead
would hnv6' been disastrous, Mr.
Masters led .the queer of clubs
against thjjjj 4-spade, contract. Mr.
Champion w’on with the j,ce and
searched for some line of play which
would mat his side four tricks.
— CLUB RETURN HOPELESS —
He knew Mr. Masters’ club were
loaded by the queen and jack. If
Mr Masters had held the king of
ciubs as well he would have led it.
Therefore, uhe king was in the clos-
ed hand and a chib return was
Going back over the, holding, Mr.
Champion considered \v;:h Interest
the fact that Mr. Abel had raised
hi* partner’s diamonds an I so must
have ,,t least three card* in the amt
Mr. Masters, then could have no
more tl^an two It \va> uniikoly that
he held a singleton, s.n. e lie prob-
ably would have che en that for
h.s opening lend.
— HOPES HE ll\S SHIPPER —
So Mr. Champion hoped his part-
ner luid a stopper m the trump unit
and that he eould tuft a third
ound of uii^moucts
Further re*Mining told him he must
Irarf n •» « d'.«jiiuii.; i t uk i wo-
not the ace. The me ha i to be re-
tained as the onh enti\ the Ea.»t
hand after M' Ma-ters won hi*
ho|»ed-for trump tr.ik
This good reasonnu: got it* just
It wtvrd Mr Abel won (hr* ,'vnnul
trick with dunum hi ■: diamonds
and led a spule Mr Mister* won
with the are t trump* md return-
ed his on* iii.imoml \r champion
took the tv and led another dia-
mond tot hi* partite: • tt Down
Is Arriving in
New York Today
New York, Jun. 13 (UP).—U.N.
Secretary General Dag Hammnr-
skjold arrives In New York this af-
ternoon—with what may be words
of hope for 11 imprisoned Ameri-
Hammarskjold has scheduled an
immediate meeting with American
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge to
discuss the results of his trip to
Peiping. The secretary general hns
refused to discuss his trip with
newsmen. But sources believe Red
Chinn has given some encourage-
ment thnt it will consider U.N. de-
mands for the release of the air-
The guarded hope that the Reds
will reconsider apparently Is based
on a report sent to Washington
from Ambassador John Allison in
Tokyo. Hammarskjold spoke to Al-
lison before proceeding on to New
York. His message is described as
one of "encouragement." His mes-
sage parallels reports in Washing-
ton. where it is said Hammarskjold
has set the stage for further talks.
Peiping radio hns made no com-
ment on the talks. Buf it is believed
Communist Chinese Premier Chou
-En-Lal may ask a high price for
the prisoners It is assumed that
Chou and Hammarskjold discussed
the subject of U.N. membership, as
well as Formosa and the still un-
settled Korean political question.
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Ann J* mt retire,
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ni o(( '>* work Mi
Grange Has Idea
About Woe Cause
Washington — The National
Grange blames a "shabby Job" of
selling by the dairy Industry ns ore
of the major causes for the indus-
try’s current woes.
In an extensive report on eight
barriers to fluid milk sales, the
Grange also cited growing fear of
consumers that milk is fattening,
The feport said that "what rank-
les dairymen" most about the
charge that milk is fattening is
that ‘'many people who have cut
down or. milk consumption continue
to indulge in rich gravies, desserts,
and other tattening food*"
Besides the weight-conscious con-
sumers, the Grange listed these
barriers to fluid milk consumption'
Weak merchandising, the indus-
try’s "complacency and resistance
to changes like paper carton* and
gallon jugs, lack of co-ordinatum
ii. the industry; labor practices
winch restrict price competition and
marketing innovations; local sani-
tary regulations which are often
■'excessivHy detailed"; wholesale
and retail milk price control; and
"t umb< rsome" federal rules under
milk market order* and other fed-
Gordon Zimmerman, who made
the 18-month investigation and re-
[Miit. told reporters at a nrws eon-
frrenee that the most important
tactor m low consumption o( tlui.1
milk is lack of leadership in the
He cited ! rand selling instead
. f product selling' as an example
wha ii results in a slmbtoy Job" »»f
IHII lit I si t \l.
S amt r.i ('on.
i UP* When
pace where two
hiding IW worth
The Lions Club
Outxtonding Inm* Cifit*n ftollot
(Mon oi Women—lor Y*or 1V54)
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HiMiMi tit 1mm« otie*
Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Brock, and
their father, Mr. M. Bnrck. re-
turned last week er.d from a visit
Mrs. Lebert Staton of Dallas,
■pent .last week end with her mo-
ther. Mr*. A. H. Pipkin.
E, F. Secrest Is In Gaston Hospital
In Dallas, and said to be getting
diong nicely, with medical treat-
C. E. Me Adams is on the sick .
Thomas Owen Sullivan of Dallas
Visited briefly hPie last Thursday
cn route to visit his mother, Mrs.
Naomi Cullivan, near Crisp.
Mrs. J. B. Moore continues ill In
Ennis Municipal Hospital.
Mrs. Walter Sparkman had sur-
gery, last Thursday, in Ennis Hos-
pital and is getting long nicely.
Mrs. |V E. Mullign continues ill
In Ennis Municipal Hospital.
Lizbeth and Janet Bnummet of
Mesquite, spent last week in the
home of their grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs, A. E. Mulllcan.
Mr. and M». Harvey S Dorman
entertained students and faculty
members of Ferris High School
on Saturday evening at Waxahachie
Country Club. Mrs. Dorman is
room-mother for the sophomore
Mr. and Mrs. Randall J ones and
children of Ferris visited on Sun-
day with their mother, Mrs. Willie
. Mr. and Mrs. T. J.4 Pritchett.
Ardtn and Pamela, are spending a
lew days with their parents, Mr.
und Mrs. Grady Pritchett, while
their new home In Palmer la being
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ray An-
drews of Dallas visited Monday
with their sister. Mrs. Jack Spark-
Mr and Mrs. Paul Harris a*
Paul Vernon of Dallas vfeited Sun-
day with friends here.
The cleanliness, coolness, and convenience of
electric cooking are within reach of every famUy
today. A survey mude in 1953 bv analysis of elec-
tric range user* hills over a 12-month period
showed that the avrrfUt* cost for a family of 3 to 4
person* to cook electrically was $2.53 per month.
The analysis of electric bill* revealed that the
highest average cost of TI*&L electricity for cook-
ing (for even « large family) wa* $5.13 per month,
while the lowest was 53 cents.
PORK SAUSAGE . . Lb. 49<‘
CATFISH, Fresh ... Lb. 65*
PORK CHOPS .... Lb. 65*
QUALITY CHILI... Lb. 49*
RIB STEW . .
. ... Lb. 27^
SLICED BACON ... Lb. 59*
. ... Lb. 3r
WEINERS, Bulk ... Lb. 45*
SMOKIES. . .
. . 12-Oz. 5T
DRUMFISH, Fresh . . Lb. 45*
2 POUND BOX
Orange Juice . . . No. 2 Can IT
WITH ARMY S1IOULDKK PATCH
Sugar Frosted Flakes 10-Oz. 25*
.Mil I MUM KAMLY '
Trellis Peas .... 2 17-Oz. Cans 29f
Lipton Tea......!4-Lb. Pkg. 33^
Imperial Sugar......10 Lbs. 85^
Fish Sticks........Lb. Pkg. 47*
PICKLES, Sour or Dill........Full Quart 25*
( ALirOWNI V OR VM.KS
TANGERINES... 2 Lbs.
V FI. LOW
BANANAS .... 2 Lbs.
TL X AS
GRAPEFRUIT .... Lb.
t ALIFORM V
CARROTS ... Lb. Cello
FOB \\ \SIMNfi
BREEZE.... Large Box 25^
Rye or French Bread ea. 19r
2-Lb. Box 33*
5-Lb. Box 7V
ItRK.II I X K \RI.Y
COFFEE.....Lb. Pkg. 97*
(.BIFFINS ITIIK-—4-0*. ( an
BLACK PEPPER . . Con 3T
( f»l li \TK*S— Binnl Site
DENTAL CREAM. .2for6V
NEW NICHOLSON SEEDS
10 VARIETIES ENGLISH REAS
6 VARIETIES GARDEN CORN
CAMAGf ft ON'CN PLANTS
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Casebolt, Floyd. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1955, newspaper, January 13, 1955; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth786269/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.