The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 158, Ed. 1 Friday, July 5, 1946 Page: 5 of 6
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ENNIS DAILY NEWS, ENNIS, ELLIS COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1946
Wyoming spends 32 per '^ent
more for (education per pupil than
the Unit® States average.
There are diamond deposits in
many states, but only in Arkansas
is there a working diamond mine.
Want Ads Pay Big.
Harry Basinger, Jr.
Discharge July 2
Harry Jay Basinger, Jr., GM 3-c
arrived at his home last Tuesday
after receiving his discharge at
Camp Wallace. He entered the
Navy Reserve June 27, 1944. He
took his boot training and also
attended Armed Guard School at
San Diego, Calif. He served as an
Armed Guard in the South Pacific
during the war. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Basinger of
Rankin, Ennis, Route 4.
Home After Visit
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Oates, Sr.
have returned from a visit in
Houston In the home of their son
and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
This is the season to have your car polished. Restore that
look of a well-kept automobile. Will pick up and deliver any-
where in town.
Washing and Greasing
Corner Ave. & Sherman
i In the presence of relatives and
close friends Miss Marjorie Mae
Daniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Daniel of Corsicana, became
the bride of James E. Fogarty
Monday evening, July 1, at 8:00
o'clock at the home of the bride’s
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
O’Neal, 1006 N. Sherman St. Rev.
Robert C. Fling, pastor of the
Tabernacle Baptist Church, per-
formed the ring ceremony.
The vows were taken before an
improvised altar banked with clus-
ters of white gladioli and white
carnations. Tall candelabra held
white candles, casting a soft glow
on the bridal party.
The bride wore a blue dress with
black accessories. Her corsage was
| white carnations.
The oridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fogarty of
Corsicana and is in the drug bus-
iness with his father. They will
reside in Corsicana.
Attendants were Mrs. Thomas
Gardiner, aunt of the bride, and
Glenn Talley of Corsicana.
Mrs. Gardiner wore a tailored
black dress and black accessories.
Her corsage was white carnations.
The bride’s mother wore a black
dress trimmed in pink. Her cor-
sage was pink' carnations.
The groom’s mother was dressed
in black and her corsage was
white carnations and gardenias.
Following the ceremony a re-
ception was held on the lawn. The
bride’s table was overlaid with a
v/hite cloth and was centered with
the three-tiered wedding cake of
pink and white. Mrs. Edwin Em-
erson presided over the cake and
Miss Jodie Beil Daniel, cousin of
the bride, and Mrs. Thomas Gar-
diner, presided at the punch bowl.
Out-of-town guests attending the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Fogarty, W. C. Daniel, Mrs. Terry
Sutton, Mrs. Claude Tallfey, Hen-
ry Mayo, Mary Fogarty, Johnny
Chirafes, and Mr. and Mrs. Thom-
as Whitfield, Jr., all of Corsicana;
Mrs. J. B. Willison of Waxahachie;
Mrs. O. A. Bates of Daisette, Tex.;
Mr. and Mrs. CtUynn Sutton of
Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Daniel
and daughter of Corpus Christi.
| Bertha Mae Rogers
Becomes Bride of
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where every price is a low price every day. Our
“ceilings” continue at or below OPA price regula-
tions—“OPA or no OPA.” So come in today for top
quality foods at top savings.
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--No. 2/4 car
C. II. R.
Van Camps in
No. ?J/2 Cans
Morton’s 9j4 oz.
CHICKEN A LA KING 43c
BLACK EYE PEAS, lb. cello 20c
LIMA BEANS, large—lb. ........... ..19c
MILK, popular brands—tall __________12c
TENDERLEAF TEA, 4 oz___________24c
PEAS, Stokleys Party, No. 2 cans 16c
SUGAR, Imperial, 5 lbs. .................39c
EGGS, Fresh Country, doz. ____________34c
125 ft. ri
Roll ___ J
Roll ___ 1
pkg. — 3LC1©
We Will Cash
Till 9 P. M.
Miss Bertha Mae Rogers, daugh-
ter of Mrs. J. E. Rogers of 400
N. Paris St., and Bennie Cave, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cave
of Garrett, were married Monday
.evening, July 1, at 7:30 o’clock in
the study at the First Baptist
Church with the pastor, the Rev.
S. T. Francis, reading the mar-
The bride’s dress was white eye-
let and she wore white accessories.
Her corsage was pink carnations.
The bride’s attendant, Miss Roy
Dean Hutchinson, was dressed in
pale aqua with white accessories.
Her corsage was white carnations
Johnny Luska attended the
Others attending the wedding
were Mrs. Dan Sublett and Mrs.
Robert Gaultney, sisters of the
bride, and Miss Mavis Willmon.
Following the ceremony the cou-
ple left for a short wedding trip.
They will be at home in Ennis.
j Basing his plea for re-election
upon the fine record he has estab-
lished in the thorough and busi-
nesslike manner in which he has
handled all the affairs of his of-
fice and the successful way he has
combatted crime and criminals,
Jess Cariker, candidate for sher-
iff of Ellis County, declared that
he would continue to give, fair
and honest law enforcement.
“Law enforcement has been my
lifelong study and vocation. I
have tried to improve my effi-
ciency and that of my deputies
with each passing day and will
continue to do so.”
“I feel that the training, the 23
years of actual experience I have
had plus the known fact that Jess
Cariker has made it rough on
criminals and has freed Ellis
County of slot machines, honky-
tonks, jail breaks and has estab-
lished a Well rounded program of
consistent and intelligent law en-
forcement merits my asking again
for your support.
“I have three combat veterans
on my staff, Wayne McCollum of
Ennis a bronze star winner in the
European Theater of Operation,
Ray Bigham of Milford who
served in the European Theater,
and Gerald Higgins of Maypearl,
who served in the Pacific Thea-
ter and fought at Guadalcanal.
These men, together with my
Chief Deputy Wallace McDonald
of Midlothian, Bill Gibson of Pal-
mer, Burl White of waxahachie,
and Fingerprint Expert Willis Cox
form an efficient law enforce-
ment unit—dedicated to keep-
ing Ellis County free from crime
“I ask your vote for a job well
Members of the Lakeside Coun- i
try Club and their families held
their annual Fourth of July barbe-
cue Thursday with the barbecue
starting at 7:30 o’clock.
A golfing tournament was in
progress during the day, and the
families met in the evening for
the annual celebration.
Homer McElroy, president of the
Lakeside Country Club, welcomed
the group, and made a statement
concerning the prospects of build-
ing the new club house.
L. F. Teague has returned to his
home in Austin after a five day
visit here in the home of his
daughter, Mrs. James Joly, and
family, and with his brother, Ike
Teague of Waxahachie.
Try a Tank of
Humble Esso Gas
200 N. Kaufman
H. T. Eubanks of New Orleans,
La., arrived Thursday afternoon
for a visit with relatives here.
Here On Visit
ivfr. and Mrs. Charles Oates and
Mrs. Oates’ mother, Mrs. J. W.
McCaller of Sevannah, Ga., have
arrived to spend their vacation in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Home After Visit
Mrs. O. G. Ethridge has return-
ed from California where she has
eben visiting after accompanying
her sen, Ralph back to California,
after his furlough here.
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Chapman
have returned from their honey-
moon in Colorado Springs and
i Denver, Colo.
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IVY, COLD SORES, ITCH.
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Take a look at the folks in the picture. Are they
spending their twilight years in idleness and worry
— scrimping, every day, to keep expenses within, a
social security allotment?
No, sirree! They’re doing things, going places,
having the time of their life . . . all because in their
productive years they made sure, through a simple
insurance plan, that they would have the means to
enjoy their twilight years. .
May I discuss the matter ... at your convenience?
800 N. Main
B. C. ROBERTS
WE’VE A LITTLE
— who delights in
furnishing you with
the best in Bakery Art
. , . golden loaves of
bread that cry for more
buns and pastries, too.
— and speaking of
pastries . . . try one of
Keenum’s Cakes with
your next meal and
experience real taste
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1946
Food Store — Swap Shop — Model Shop
Complete Modern Food Store
Presenting the Newest Airplane Models and Supplies
For Air Minded Boys and Men
PAR’S MODEL SHOP
We Will SWAP or BUY
Anything of Value
You Are Invited to Visit Us
401 South Main
Corner S. Main and Milam Sts.—Old Buckhorn Sta.
OPEN TADV/6 open
SUNDAY 1 UD I i> EVENINGS
Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Towb
Pkgs. _ _ _ 100
Bright and Early «
Ginger Bread Mix
Pound Ot &
Pkg. ________v-- 1 1 0
Pkg. 0 0’
2 lb. 4
Pkg. _ iJL JL ft*
Cut Macaroni *
Pkg. _ w w-
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
TOMATOES, Vine Ripened, per lb. --8c
CORN, Sweet Golden Cross, ear .................... 4c
LETTUCE, Large Firm Heads, each ------------------------7c
BEANS, Fresh Green Wonder, per lb. 15c
GRAPES, Thompsons Seedless, per lb. ____________________33c
CHERRIES, No. 1, per lb. 35c
CANTELOUPE, Texas, per lb. ____________ —___________________7c
LEMONS, Sun Kist, per lb..................... 10c
• RAINS •
CASH GROCERY COMPANY
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAE JULY 4tll
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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/m1/5/: accessed June 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.