The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1946 Page: 3 of 6
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ENNIS DAILY NEWS. ENNIS. ELLIS COUNTY. TEXAS FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1946
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lud-
wig where they had a dinner.
year. Wherever there is a need t In Alsdorf
there is that service—in the Am-
erican National Red Cross. It was
a needed convention and the del-
egates and officials gave their sin-
cere efforts to maintain in the
future, as they have in the past
the statement—The Red Cross-
Greatest Mother in The World.”
The speakers for the banquet and Owen D. Roberts, former Jus-
were, the Hon. Edward Martin, tice, United States Supreme Court.
Gov. of Pennsylvania, the Dowager The entertainment for this meet-
Marchioness of Reading, of Lon- ing was furnished by The Wings
don, England; Gen. Joseph Col- Over Jordan Choir,
lins, Director in Information, uni- Besides the usual business of
ted States Army; and Hon. John L. committee reports, the final plen-'
Sullivan, Under Secretary of the ary session presented Rev. Dr. Jo-
Navy. This banquet was a tre- shua Loth Liebman, Rabbi Temple
mendous success socially and from Isreal, Boston, who spoke on his
a convention standpoint. We all recent book, “Peace of Mind.” The
made friends with those at our convention was concluded by re-
table and parted with signatures marks from Hon. Basil O’Connor
of delegates from Iowa, Puerito and the National Anthem, by the
Rico, New Hampshire, Hawaii and Navy Band.
Texas. Service to the Veteran, Civilian
The third penenery session held Blood Donor Service, Disaster Re-
Thursday evening was called In- lief, Safety Services, Junior Red
ternational Night. The speakers Cross activities were among the
included Cont Folke Bernadotte, 1 works emphasized and planned for
President of Swedish Red Cross the Red Cross during the coming C. Brown.
Report of Red
Club Met With
Mrs. Joe Hawkins
By, who has been ill,
■Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
■Truman Quick and
|j|s D. Kimery and
^n^re guests Thurs-
rome of Mr. and Mrs,
Mrs. Witt was taken in the
Bunch ambulance to the hospital.
The Ennis Writers’ Club held its
monthly meeting Thursday, July 4,
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Joe Hawkins 206 S. Gaines Street.
The meeting was held outdoors on
the beautiful lawn. Cut flowers and
pot plants added to the outdoor
The meeting was presided over
by the president, Mrs. J. W. Tolle-
son. After the regular order of
business, Mrs. Fred L. Wilson
read an original poem “The
Mrs. Byrne H. Cooke who recent-
ly attended the National Red
Cross Convention a't Philadelphia
and visited many other places of
interest, gave to the Club a most
interesting and vivid account of
Mrs. Anna Laura Robilo, of Los
Angeles, Calif., aunt of Mrs. Fred
L. Wilson, and Mrs. Rhoda Gidden,
of Waxahachie, her mother, were
guests for the evening.
Fruit punch was served at the
conclusion of the program to Mrs.
Ed Brookshire, Mrs. Byrne H.
Cooke, Mrs. Ansley Grant, Mrs.
J. W. Tolleson, Mrs. Harry Stone,
Mrs. Fred L. Wilson, Mrs. Robilo,
Mrs. Gidden, and the hostess.
Under New Management
Mrs. Dora Mae Jansky, Mgr.
“The Best of Eats’
24 Hour Service
(We will be closed from 2:00 p. m. July 4th until
Friday Morning July 5th at 5:00 p. m.
BRits. Jude Smith has accepted
W position with Pool Brothers
Home In Ambulance
Mrs. Alex Kasper and baby were
taken in the Bunch ambulance
from the Waxahachie Sanitarium
to their home.
iSMS 1 H BOR
iWith Your Clover Farm Store—
There Is One Near You
The Owner Is Your Neighbor &Friend
Well Stocked Stores Offer Variety
For Selections—Prices Always Right
tch Us Grow!
Lot, 50x130 feet locat-
ed on paved street in
rood section, conven-
ient to schools.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Latimer had
as their guests for, the Fourth of
July, Jack Ransom of Houston,
Mrs. W. W. Binford of Corsicana
and Mrs. O. N. Inabinit of Dallas.
W. D. ARDEN
Painting - Papering
Plenty Heavy Canvas — Plenty Outside White Paint
DELICIOUS AND SATISFYING
TEA PEPS YOU UP
RIO STAR m
Tomato Juice al
NO. 2 / I
morning, NOON OR NIGHT
.SO EASY FOR PICNICS, FISHING.
TRIPS AND QUICK DISH AT HOME
We have the latest and best equipment for home J. "like Mother.,used formate” if you get canning
canning. ^You'll be sure of jellies, jams, preserves * needs
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California White Rose
for sizer 2, 2]/2,
and 3 cans
chopper. Easy t®
plete with 3
Crisp, Tender, Sweet
FOR HOME OR PICNIC USES'
Pressure Cookers !
For canning the modern,
quick way use this pressure
cooker. Inner rack holds
cans or glass jars.T
24 Liquid qt. Size
The removal of i
has not affected the
Low Prices in your
Clover Farm Store.
Shop here with
Plain or Enameled.
Size 2 or 3 - Also
Complete Stocks at
Good knives are a
MUST for canning.
You1 will find your
favorite in our com-
al face, black
We have just about any-
thing you could ask for
in either lower priced or
the finest lifetime ware.
Large shipment just re-
ceived enables us to of-
fer complete assortment
of this lifetime ware.
Double Boilers, Sauce
Pans, Open and Covered
Kettles. Ideal for can-
ning and everyday use.
CLOVER FARM VANILLA
EXTRACT "It 1
Alarm Clocks, Guns, Lawn Mowers, Reels, Casting
Rods, Electric Irons, Pocket Knives, etc.
These articles are showing up in small quantities
—not enough to a.dyertise—but we ARE getting
some. Keep in touch with us for the things you
need—We want to work with you so do not hesitate
to ask. We may have it.
MAGIC CHEF PREPARED
MAGIC CHEF SPAGHETTI
FRUITS—VEGETABLESlExt r a! Extra!
SO A P
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CLOVER FARM No. 2 Can
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Nowlin, R. W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1946, newspaper, July 5, 1946; Ennis, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth799346/m1/3/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.