The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 185, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 6, 1955 Page: 4 of 4
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4-^THE ENNIS DAILY NEWS—Saturday, August 6. 1*55
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tlUi w fnwi Vacation
Mt. anc Mrs. W D. Lewis of Gar-
rdtt imvt- returned Iruni a vacation
Ui Uw Rocky Mountain*
ufciM t» Austin
Mr. and Mr* George P Gibson
children arc leaving itu* morn-
viait in the home of Mr and
Bru<t Bennett m Austin
W. D. ARDEN
thru my bifocals
By ELIZABETH PARSONS
JOE SRAMEK looks at the bub-
ble.- around his wildcat wall and
says that If they don't mean any-
thing he can go on living anyway,
and that if they do mean that he
hoi> rvil in iviying QU&H4
•u. ill be better for him and. especial-
ly. for his children.
It seems Uiat ERNEST RA-
PHAEL’S Lanes-tew farm brings
Ennis more national publicity than
any other single thing. The Indians
thought it was a good place to es-
tablish a village. The Spaniards
buried their gold there? It is the cy-
nosure of the nation's treasure hunt-
ers. The Girl Scouts camp there
And Bulganin chose it as one of the
places to be visited by his first dep-
ute Administrator of agriculture. Or
was it WALTER KRUSE who decid-
ed that the Russians should see the
Lane view Shorthorns.
MRS. W\ N. TUBBS entered Dal-
las Medical and Surgical Clinic
Monady and was to undergo surgery
LOREN McCORD is helping the
Highway Department smooth things
out along Highway 34. east.
THE T Q MOSELEYS, THOMAS
MOSELEY and MISS ANN DAR-
NEAL of Palestine made it all the
way to New York City on their re-
cent vacation tour They spent two
nights in Washington, three in New
York and saw Williamsburg, too.
DR and MRS A L. THOMAS
are ready to leave. Monday, or, the
5:40. for New York City where they
will join a party for a U-days tour;
destination. Nova Scotta. They will
be away from home a month and
will stop in New York. Atlanta, and
Athens. C>a . pn the way pack. Their
daughter. MRS EUGENE ETTING.
and children who have been visiting
here will leave Tuesday for their
home in Athens, where they will
await the return visit.
Weekend tn Pallas
Mrs E L. Owens and Mrs Edna
Earl Farris are spending the w-eek-
end in the home of Mr and Mrs.
Jesse Gatlin and Mr and Mrs. A.
O Gatlin in Dallas
Mrs. W. I Rabe Sr. who under-
went surgery at Baylor Hispttal in
Dallas Friday, ia reported to be
in a satisfactory condition Her room
number is 442.
Return From Trip
W. L. Lynn and son. Coy and G.
A Wilkerson returned last night
from a trip to the Valley, Mexico,
San Antonio and Austin.
Guests from Eleetra
Guests in the home of Mrs. C. A.
Nowlin are Mrs. Mary H. Boucher
and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Boucher and
son. Michael, all of Eleetra.
Out of Town Guests
Jo Jean McCook of Lubbock and
Sandra Thomas of League City are
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Returns to Sherman
Mrs S F Polk has returned to
her home in Sherman after a visit
with Mrs. E. L. Owens.
ANNOUNCE WEDDING PLANS—
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lively of Corsi-
cana announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Theresa, to Cecil Gienn
Shugart. son of Mr. and Mrs. ('. C.
Shugart. The wedding is scheduled
Friday, Augusl 26. at 7:15 p.m. in
the Eleventh Avenue Methodist
Church in Corsicana.
With all the oil prospects and the
Russians rushin’ round, it's kinda
hard to leave Ellis County even for
a weekend for fear what'll happen
next but I know several that are
going to risk it. including useus.
BERLYCE WEATHERFORD ' is
having a birthday party in Dallas
tonight She. WILLARD CROCKER.
MASEL KELSEY. FRANCES WIL-
KERSON. KATIE SLAYTON and
MARGARET MOSSHART will all
have dinner OUT before returning
to Margaret's house to spend the
Those celebrating their birthdays
tomorrow will be MRS. WILL WEA
THERFORD, MRS MAURICE
SMITH. JANE BELL. C L McCAW,
JOHN MICHAEL TALLEY. MRS.
T E. BOOTHE. W. F. ARM-
STRONG. DR. A. L. THOMAS and
JEAN ANN BURKHEAD.
On Sunday. August 8 WILLIAM
THOMAS SPECK II. DUSKEY
SODDERS. DAVID BARNES. MRS.
RAYMOND McKNIGHT and JER-
RY WILSON will all celebrate their
birthdays. Sunday is also the wed-
ding anniversary of MR. and MRS.
W. D. LEWIS of Garrett and Mon-
day, the eighth Is the anniversary
or MR. arid MRS M S EMMERT.
PAT HENDRICKS is our latest
vacationer. He has a new home in
Midlothian and is going to spend
this week fixin’ up his yard, at least
that's what he said-
County 4-H Club Rally Ice Cream Supper
Held at Gibson Grove
In \\ axabachie, Friday
The Ellis County 4-H Rally was
held on Friday at Oibson Orove in
Included in the program which
lasted from 2 p.m. until 6.00 p.m.
was a "mock Wedding”. In which
the following from Ennis took part,
Georgia Patek. "father of the
bride"; George Honaa. "flower girl";
Dorothy Dolei&aUk. "bride’s uncle"
and Richard Jurica, "bride’* baby
Georgia Patek and Joellyn Ellis
of Maypearl led the songs and recre-
A basket • supper was served im-
mediately following the entertain-
Those attending from Ennis in-
cluded George Hon/a. Georgia
Patek. John Marusak. Jurita Whit-
fill. Rose Marie Jurica, Dorothy
Dolezalik. Jee Landsfield. La Melle
WhitfiU, Mary Ann Marusak, Gladis
Laza and Margaret Barto. Mrs. Joe
E. Patek served as adult leader at
For Buddies Class
Set For Monday
Members of the Buddies Sunday
School Class of the Tabernacle Bup-
tlat Church, their families and
friends will have an ice cream and
cake supper Monday. August 8, at
7:30 pm. at Sodders Luke.
Each family is requested to bring
a freezer of cream or a cake.
Leave fir Vacation
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Smith and
children Jean, Jerry and Mike left
this morning for a vacatiin in Okla-
homa and Missouri.
Adabel's Bobbi Pen
703 N. McKinney
Private or Semi-private rooms, 24 hours nursing care.
Excellent food and attention $100 monthly
A. L RENFRO
Ferris Phenes 272 or 392
Bey A. Langston. Paetor
Winnie Hodo, Secretary
Mrs. W. S. White. Organist
The Rev. R. H. Reasor. Pastor
Elia Tern Spark*. Secretary
Frank J. Baker. Ed. Director
,, 6 45 a.m.—Church School. Jene
. 10 50 a.m—Morning Worship The
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
The message. “Why We Baptise
Babies" by the pastor.
6:15 p.m -Methodist Youth Fel-
7 30 p.m —Evening Worship. The
pastor's sermon topic. "How To Live
Am A Christian In Our World To-
day." "Old Time Gospel Singing"
led by the Young People’s Choir, di-
rected by Richard Thomas.
6:30 pm.—Methodist Junior Fel-
7:30 p.m —Community Choir Re-
7:30 p.m—Olficial Board meeting
ft the church Every member is urg-
ed to be present
7:30 pun —Community Choir Re-
] I Garrett Methodist
(Jeraer S. Preston * Baylor
Rev. Jobn Morse. Pastor
i 5:00 pm—Rosary
J Masses 7:00 a m. and 9 00 am.
; Mass at 7:00 am Monday, Tues-
day, Thursday, Friday and Satur-
j Mass at G 00 p.rn Wednesday
* Confession 4 00 pm to 6 00 pm.
luui 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
I Otlier devotions as announced Vo
pie church on Sundays
: instruction* for adults by ap-
i Pub Ik cordially Invited to all
. 00 a m
7.30 p.xn.—Evening Worship.
409 V Shawnee St.
Arnold J. Norris, Pastor
Carl Ware, Sunday School Supt.
8 30 a m.—Holy Communion.
4 00 pxn—Bishop* visit and re-
8.00 ana—Church School.
Church of Christ
• 45 a m —Bible Classes
h :()0 a m —"Life's Discoveries.’
• oo pan —"Two Couples "
JQR pm —Preaching.
• JO a m - Ladies Claas
IK pm —Mission meeting A
• if *1 ViMT.
Come Out Our Way.
Worship God* Way
Church of God
Shawnee and Denton Sta.
Rev. G. W. Alford. Pastor
Jasper Hobbs, Sunday School
9 46 am —Sunday School.
1100 am —Morning Worship
7 45 pm - YPE Sendee. Jasper
7.41 pd&.~MJ4-«Mk Service.
MSGR. V. P. MICOLA
Rev Rudolph Barfcts. Assistant
.Rev. James J. Reilly, .Assistant
8:45 am—Sunday School. Le.sson
text Psalm 137:1-6: Daniel 3 13-18
Lesion topic. "The Exiles in Baby-
10.55 am—Morning worship. The
choir will sine an anthem. "If Ye
Love Me " Message. "The Peace-
makers" <Matthew 5:9' by the pas-
5:45 pm—Girls choir rehearsal.
6 45 p.m —Training Union.
8.00 p.m—Evening worship. Spe-
cial music by the Junior Choir
Message, The Persecuted'' <Mat-
ihew 5:101 by the pastor,
9:30 am.—WMU meeting in Fel-
lowship Hail for mission study
taught by Mrs. Donald Booth.
The nursery will be open and the
Sunbeams and G A.s w ill meet.
7:15 pm.—Prayer meeting.
8 15 p.m—Adult choir rehearsal
9:30 am.—Carol Choir rehearsal
10:30 a.m—Primary Choir rehear-
10 30 a.m.—R.A meeting.
j Church of Christ j
: Cash Avenue and Sherman St ?
| Frank L. Cox, Minister '
9:45 a.m —Bible school
10:50 aun. — Worship. Sermon
subject: The Judgment of the
Last Day "
S :00 p.zn. — Herald of Truth
Broadcast. WBAP (WOki )
8.00 p.m.—Worship mister will
Monday through Friday:
11:00 am dally, Radio Broadcast
over KBEC 0390 ki >
8:00 p.m —Prayer meeting.
Orbie Lamb, Factor
9:45 am —Sunday School.
11:00 a m—Preaching.
6 30 p m.—Training Union.
7:30 p m —Preaching
7:30 pm—Prayer Meeting.
Rev Richmond McKinney. Pastor
Ray Telfair, Sunday School
9 45 am —Sunday School
11:00 A m —Morning Worship
R. P. Campbell. Pastor
W'edsel Groom. Educational
6:30, 8:00, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Alma. 8:00 a m
Every Sunday. Benediction. 7:00
Every Sunday. Religion Classes 9
Every First Sunday—Communion
for Junior Sodality.
High Mass at 6:00 a.m.
Every Fourth Sunday—Commun-
:on for St John High School So-
dality Unit—8:00 a.m-
Holy days et Obligation:
Masses—6:30, 8:00, 9:30. 10:30 a.m.
Instructions by appointment on
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
10:50 a.m.—Worship Service. Spe-
cial music. Message by the pastor
3:00 p.m.—Youth choir practice.
6:15 p.m.—Primary choir practice.
6:45 p.m—Training Service.
7:45 p.m.—Worship service. Spe-
cial music. Message by the pastor.
9:00 a.m.—Girls Auxiliary.
7 45 p.m —Deacons meeting
8 30 am.-WMA meeting.
7:15 p.m.—Teachers meeting.
7:45 p.m.—Mid-week service Busi-
7:46 p.m—Brotherhood meeting.
Corner Sherman and Tyler
The Rev. F. R. Saudifer, Vicar
9:00 am—Holy Communion
10:30 a.m.—Church School.
3 00 pm —Meeting of the Daugh-
ters of the King.
7:00 p.m—Family Night.
7:00 p.m—Holy Penance.
O. L. Hargis. Th.D., Minister
Sherman at Baylor
Raymoud Fallen. Sunday School
9 45 a.m—Sunday School.
10.45 a.m.—Morning Worship.
Sermon: "Wounds That Never
6.00 p.m—Chi Rho - CYF.
7:00 p.m—E veiling Worship.
Sermon. "The Idea of God—Part
Assembly of God
Rev. H. L. Bayless, Pastor
J. T. Venable, Sunday School
9:45 a.m.-—Sunday School. David
and God's House.
11:00 a.m.—Sermon by pastor.
6:45 p m.—C A. for all young peo-
7:45 p.m.—Evangelistic Service.
Baptismal service after regular
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday:
7:45 p.m—Sunday School workers
Visitations by Sunday School
Church of Christ
H. L. Groves. Minister
10:00 a.m.—Bible Classes
11:00 s.m.—Worship Service.
7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship.
8:00 pan.—Mid-Week Bervlew.
Juvenile delinquency was just a term until
they sent the boy down the street to what
they politely termed a "training school."
Then it became real, because this boy wasn't,
just a statistic but a kid who had played with
your kids. Why, only last Sunday you had
gone fishing with his father.
So now . . . you wondered why. The boy
came from a good home—or did he? There
was money enough, luxury enough, but it’s
true that his parents sometimes left him
pretty much to his own devices. There were
his mother's clubs and his father's business,
ami they leu aii active social life.
You asked yourself why . . . and in your
heart you knew the answer. It lay in those
gaps that had been left in his upbringing—
great chinks, that should have been filled
with faith, spiritual guidance, and solid en-
during values. Thinking about it, you made
up your mind to start taking your own kids
to church on Sundays without fail—no matter
how good the weather was for fishing.
the church for all.,,
all for THE church
Th» Church is Ih* grtatsit iae
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children * iat„ ,
commumiy Qnd na)ion
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Fourth Ward Baptist
Rev. W. B. Smith, Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School Willie
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship.
3:00 p.m.—B.Y.P.U , Mrs. Mable
7:30 p.m,—Night Worship.
7:45 pm.—Missionary Circles.
Prayer and Sunday School Teach-
Junior Choir Rehearsal.
Senior Choir Rehearsal and Ush-
Church of Christ
Joe C. Simon, Minister
9:45 am.-Bible Class,
6:30 p m.—Bible Class.
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New Hope Baptist
700 East Tyler 8t.
R. C. Crain, Pastor
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m—Morning Worship.
6:30 p.m —BPU.
7:00 p.m.—Evening Worship.
7:00 p.m.—Senior Choir Rehear-
7:00 p m.—Youth Choir Rehear-
7:00 p.m.—Mid-week prayer ser-
*1:00 pm.—'W e e k 1 y Teachers’
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 185, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 6, 1955, newspaper, August 6, 1955; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth786299/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.