The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 141, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 15, 1955 Page: 3 of 6
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Air. and Mrs. Gayle £. Olet at Hama
Attar Recent Marriage at Boles Home
I Hr. and Mrs. Gayle Edward Oler marriage of hls son and the bride
-**• residing in Big Sandy where the at the. home- Mr- oler was formerly
m is minister of the
ndy Church of Christ.
b*ide is the former Miss
^hirley Jean Persons of the Boles
Orphan Home. Quinlan.
.Mr. Oler is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gayle Oler of the Boles Or-
phan Home where his father is su-
perintendent. He officiated at the
3 bedrooms, den, corner lot,
Tower Hill, 612 West Lake
2 bedrooms, 50x115 lot,
near school, 702 W. Tyler
6 room house, corner lot,
808 South Preston.
6 room house, on % acre
land, 807 West Avenue.
4 room house, 45x115 lot,
704 South McKinney Street.
5 room house, 50x125 lot,
Tower Hill Addition, 1504
3 room house, 90x129 lot,
108 East Denton Street.
6 room house, 2 apartments,
107 West Milam Street.
W. D. Arden
a minister of the Church of Christ
The Bel Canto chorus of the home
gave the music, and candlelighters
were Royse Lowrimore and Johnny
Jay Bradshaw of Lufkin gave the
bride in marriage.
Miss June Sullivan was honor
maid and bridesmaids were Miss
Dnnnu Burch and Miss Bartine
Lane. Junior bridesmaids were Mary
Oler and Sara Oler, sisters of the
Paul Robert Oler, brother of the
bridegrooify was best man. Ushers
were Bruce Prior, Alan Sowders,
Dial Atkins. Billy Arthur McCor-
mack, Jack Lewis and R. D. Simp-
son, all of Quinlan.
The reception took place in the
residence of the bridegroom’s par-
ents. Assisting at the reception
were Miss Ann Masters, Miss Shir-
ley Burch and Miss Myrna Cost-
low, all of Quinlan.
The bridegroom has completed
his third year at Abilene Christian
Those from Ennis who attended
the wedding included Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Layton, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Kendall, Mrs. John Mims and Mrs.
Ennis Rebekah Lodge 104 will hold
initiation at the IOOF Chapel at 8
POP BOONE was over from Hills-
boro for the Lions luncheon today,
allegedly as a body guard for the
guest speaker, SENATOR CRAW
FORD MARTIN, also of Hillsboro,
who toid the Lions what makes the
legislature tiqk, fcnd explained^
among other things, hew * filibuster
We heard at the club that THE
REV. ALFRED HOLMAN, a former
pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church, now' of Detroit, is on a
three-month trip to Europe and
Africa, visiting Presbyterian mis-
Club president: Dont blame your
publicity chairman and reporters
if your club news isn’t always in the
paper, just the wray you want it on
just the day you want it. All your
reporter can do is submit the news
for publication. It is up to us to edit
it or re-write it, get it to the
linotype operators, find space for
it in a sometimes-four-page-paper,
and hope for the best. Keep the news
flowing and we promise to do our
best by you.
Ennis Rebekah lodge Open House
Celebrates Fiftieth AnniversaryI
Vnni. DaWaLmL v__a____nu___^ ______ . CJ
Wednesday, June 15, 1955—THE ENNIS DAILY NEWS—8
CHARLES EDWARD GENTRY
JR. and MRS. A. O. GATLIN of
Dallas will celebrate their birth-
days on June 16.
MRS. P. V. MULKEY
For Sale: 8 room house on Tower
Hill. 4 room house near lake. 6
room house on W. Milam, Close
Phone TR5-7530 Night TR5-7477
Mr. and Mrs. John Herrcn of
Childress were recent visitors in the
home of Mi’s. C. B. Keever. Other
visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jon
Bennett and sons, Jack and David,
of Hobbs, N. M. Mrs. Keever accom-
panied them back to Hobbs.
Not too late to get in on Tangle Town Puzzle. Sub-
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Returning to Georgia
M/Sgt. and Mrs. Emmit Price and
children, Linda and Mike, and Mrs.
Jimmy Meadows and son, Jimmy, all
of Columbus Georgia, will leave
Thursday after a visit here in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Price.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rogers went
to El Reno, Okla., today to meet
their daughter, Mrs. James K.
Curry' of Liberal, Kans., and her
children, who will visit here.
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Ennis Rebekah Lodge 104. with
its golden anlversary with open
house at the IOOF Home.
The lodge was chartered Excel-
sior Rebekah Lodge 1<M, June 13.
1908. The name was changed in
According to the lodge records,
the charter members were Kate
Ross, Minnie Rowe, Maggie Hes
ser, Julia Hardy, E. F. Ross, J. 8.
Hardy, J. W. Neal W. E. Bradley,
George W. Fugate. Ruth Boren. R.
L. Jordan, Malvin Wood, Laura
Chilcoat, E. B. Creech, Minnie
Teachworth, D. M. Greenatreet,
Avie Creech, J. W. E. Willis, J. B.
Overall. Lillian Wade, Jennie Grant,
Mary Teachworth, I. Z. Bram, Miary
Bram and Martha Willis.
The oldest member of the lodge
In seniority Is Mrs. W. R. Hall of
308 East Belknap St. She became a
member in 1606.
Mrs. Delia Richardson of 306
West Milam is the oldest active
member. She joined in Arlington in
1612 and transferred to Ennis in
Mrs. Ella J. Duncan, aged 102
a resident of the IOOF Home here,
is the oldest mmbr in years.
Seven members of the lodge who
have received Meritorious Service
pins include Mrs. L. Stephens,
brnoze pin in 1940; Mrs. E. T. Bal-
lew, bronz pin in 1949; Mrs. Ben
Bristow, bronz pin in 1949; A. F.
Gurecky, gold pin in 1952; J. P. Slo-
cum gold pin in 1953, V. B. Hart,
gold pin In 1954 and C. C. Gilmore,
gold pin in 1947.
Members who have received one
year attendance pins include L.
J. Emmert, 1951; M. E. Hurley,
1853; James B. Black Jr., 1954
Ltslie Stephens, 1950, 1952 and 1953;
V. B. Hart, 1952, 1953 and 1954; A.
F. Gurecky, 1950, 1951, 1952, 953
and 1954, and J. P. Slocum, 1960,
1951, 1952, 1953 and 1954.
Members with a perfect atten-
dance record in the Rebekah Assem-
bly included Mrs. A. F. Gurecky, 2
years; Mrs. V. B. Hart, one year,
and Mi’s. Ben Bristow one year.
Members on whom the Decora-
tion of Chivalry has been bestowed
include H. H. Lummus, 1944 in Dal-
las. and the grand decoration in
Fort Worth in 1953; C. C. Gilmore
1951 in Amarillo;! Mrs. Ben Bristow
1951 in Fort Worth; Mrs. H. H.
Lummus, 1953 in Fort Worth; Mrs.
E. T. Ballew, 1953 in Ennis; Mrs.
R. D. Harcrow, 1955 In Ennis, and
Mrs. C. C. Shugart, 1965 In Ennis.
Mrs. Bristow was the first Ennis
Rebekah to receive the decoration.
Ennis Rebekas who have held
(Assembly appointments Inc hide
Mrs. Bristow 1949-1950, 1951-1952.
1992-I»58 and* 1663-1954; Mra
Lummus, 1951-1952 and 1953- 1954
as well as appointments before be-
coming a member of the Ennis
lodge by transfer; and Mrs. Ballew
Members who have held grand
lodge appointments include E. T
Ballew in 1950-1951, and A. F.
Gurecky in 1953-1954.
Those who nave held elective
offices in the Grand Lodge of
Texas include Mr. Lummus, grand
treasurer, 1935 to 1945; grand
scribe, 1944 to 1955, and sovereign
grand lodge representative, 1954
and 1955. Also, Mr. Gilmore, grand
Members who now hold appoint-
meiAs and elective officers are
Mrs. Hurt, color bearer of the
Rebekah Assembly, under President
Lily Alexander; Miss Mary Sue
Hobbs, lods* deputy; Mr. Lummus,
Visiting hours at Ennis Municipal
Hospital are 10 to 11 a.m., 3 to
p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m.
Patients in the Hospital:
Mrs. Charles Davis
Mrs. Lela Moore
Mrs. R. K. Brumley of Palmer
Mrs. A. M. Goodwin
Mrs. George Skrivanek
Mrs. Emil Langer
Mrs. R. J. Brumfield
Mrs. E. E. Whitacre
Mrs. Richard Martin of Palmer
Mrs. C. A. Brazier of Palmer
Mrs. T. I. Raburn and infant son
Mrs. Edward Breaux and infant
Mrs. R. N. Jones
Mrs. Wesley Krajca and Infant
Mrs. John Sonka
Mrs. W. L. Pirwon
G. C. Holt
Mrs. Clemmie Russell and Infant
R. L. Mulllcan
Patients to Be Dismissed:
Mrs. D. C. Hagensick
Mrs. Nora Shook
Come to Village Drive In to see Walt
Disney’s ‘Davy Crockett’’, Sunday,
Monday and Tuesday, July 3, 4, and
We have purchased the Hoover
Snack Bar and wish to invite
our friends to come and visit us.
Serving those good Hamburgers,
French Fries, All Kinds of Sand-
wiches. Cremel Root Beer in
Frosted Mugs. Malted Milk. Ice
Cream in pints, cones, and nov-
elties. Chicken in the BaskAt.
Good Coffee. It’s Cool inside.
Curb Service from 6 to 10. Hours
from 8 a m. to 10 p.m.
Busby's Snack Bar
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. <Jia> Busby
100 S. Dallas Phone TRS-7J7I
grand acrijo. Grand 'Encampment,
and graffri representative to the
Sovereign Orand Lodge; Mr. Gil-
more member of the home board
of trustees; MV. Hart, member of
the finance committee; A. F.
Gurecky, major, Second Battalion
of the Patriaoh Militant, IOOF of
Texas; and Mrs. Lummus, secre-
tary Department Association L.A.-
P.M. of Texas.
Present officers of the local
lodge include Mrs. Clyde Dent,,
noble grand; Mrs. B. E. McLellan,
vice grand; Mrs. B. E. McLellan,
vice gmda, Mrs. V. B. Hart, re
cording secretary; Mrs. Ben Bris-
tow, financial secretary; Mrs. L.
J. Emmert, treasurer.
Officers elect include Mrs. Mc-
Lellan, noble grand, and Mrs.
Merle Causey, vice grand.
President Lily Alexander of the
RebOkah Assembly, of Lubbock and
Resident Letha Crowell, of tlin
Department Association LA PM, of
Rio Grande City, were among
those who attended the golden
Visitors were from Dallas, Mexia,
Palestine, Hillsboro, Temple Ver-
non Paris, Fort Worth, Midland.
Lubbock Tyler and Talara, Peru.
Those in the receiving line in-
cluded Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Cro-
well, Mrs. Dent, Mrs. McLellan,
Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Bristow and Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Sanders served cake
and Mrs. A. F. Gurecky served
Business and Professional Women
Present Check to Community Center
The Ennis Business and Profes- and Professional Women, presided
UDC to Meet Friday
With Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. C. A. McMurray will pre-
sent an Illustrated lecture on Co-
lonial Williamsburg when Daffan-
Latlmer Chapter, United Daughters
of the Confederacy tnees tat the
home of Mrs. A. L. Thomas at 3
Mrs. Thomas, chapter president,
said members may bring guests to
The memory of Jefferson Davis,
whose birthday is in June will be
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Huffstetler
are reported to be on vacation in
Arkansas and Missouri.
sional Women’s Club presented a
check for $500.00 to the Ennis Com-
munity Center Association at the
regular BAPW luncheon meeting
The check, to be applied to the
center building fund, was presented
by Mrs. E. F. McDonnell, for the
club, to Miss Emma- Jean Sims,
center association secretary, who
is »!se a B&PW member.
The contribution represented pro-
fit from the B&PW’s third ••petti-
coat” show for the benefit of the
building fund. Mrs. McDonnell was
chairman in charge of the recent
Mrs. J. V. Lawhon. recently in-
stalled as president of the Business
at the meeting, and heard reports
of the commfttee chairmen for the
According to the records of Mrs.
E. P. Watkins, membership chair-
man, the club roster at the beginn-
ing of the new year Includes Mmes
J. T. Allen, J. C Allen. B. J. Baker.
R. H. Bush, L. L. Baldridge, W. C.
Burford. A. T. Crane. Ford Curry,
Sam aDvis, Dendell oDvcr, W. H.
Goodwin, Frances Grimes, Leonard
Holloway, Masai Kelsey, C. D, La-
nier, J. V. Lawhon. H. G. Lilley, N.
A. Lindle, L. A. Loggins, and O. H.
Also Mines. Jewell McCoy, E F.
McDonnell, V. E. Manning, Margar-
ita Martin, Henry Marvin, J. L.
Miller, w. a. Mizeil, E. A. Mania,
Ed Munn. C. A. Parsons, WrP. Peter-
man, J. V. Pool, 8am Rothschild,
T. N. Scallorn, H. J. Stone. H. A.
Tolar, Charles Vavra. E. P. Wat-
kins, Fred Wear. Seth Wihtams.
B. C Gann and Misses Sims, Thelma
Gooch. Mildred Davis, and Willis
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 141, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 15, 1955, newspaper, June 15, 1955; Ennis, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth786437/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.