The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 75, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1956 Page: 2 of 8
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I. :c w«s;
AT THE GRAND
Mrs Edd Hargus and Mrs. J. P.
Snipes entertained the.r fhrst and
1 .second Sunday school classes with
an K.tster e«g hunt Saturday at the I
> home of Mrn Hxrfv is FUfre.shment* j
of cookies, chocolate Easter egg*
and cold drinks were served. Ple-
nties were nude ol tile group. Mu-
t ner.- attending were Mrs. Kenneth
Wyatt Mrs Robert Underwood. I
Mr> K B Hollubough. Mrs, Horn-
• St Clair. Mrs George Grammer,
Mr*. Edward Farmer and Mrs John .
Mulkey of Waxahachie.
Oeri Iy»e Gryder of Lubbock
. >ent two weeks With her grand-
Mrs. K. B. Ho) Job.-ugh and
\ .s.ted her aunt. Mrs. Robert ;
l' ..!« . v. •«'».! ami family.
M > ft F. Seymore. Pearl Brin-j
> M: md Mrs W. E BriMle ol
St* ire’.*. spent Thursday with their
. Mr .n i Mr.- J. C Hailey, j
Mr and Mrs Joe Cummings spent J
tne week end ,n Dallas with their I
s n. Mi . and Mrs. Adolphus Cum- |
rn;:!-s They also visited her sister. ,
Mrs W T. Adds in Garland.
Mrs. Alvy Collins and daughter.
Aha: on •. .sited her parents. Mr and
M C L Tucker in Enn_s Sun-
attend funeral services for hi* .»ls
•Cl Mrs Kitty Adams ai r. Wt
guests of Mi ar.d Mrs. P. P Curry.
Miss Neva Jones of Dallas. Mrs
S. T Collier. Mr* A. C. Chapman
and Mrs N. Sucke went to Quin*
lian FYiday fur Jo.hn Collier and
Lou Ann ftasier *<> d the \»"‘k
Miss Joetta Fqrstpn
h a ii o^kick d.ni-er at
1 •: l-vrer.ts. Guests were: , "~^o,|ob0|^h. -The Old Rugged
Mrs. Thrill .- Tribble . f , 1-
dren. Kathy ami Billy of C •-..■him
.-•pent a It a days wi ll her parents.
Mi and Mrs \V M F.us-.n while man 1
Rev. Tr.bble was in a meeting at
Mr and Mrs J. T Sutton . .!
Mrs. S. T. Collier touts John C .liter
and Lou Ann to Boles I|..me
ntertainedthe WMA social at her home Mon-
he home day afternoon. An. Easter program
• Misses was presented. Prayer by Mrs. r
. i/ ■’ i-c viiL-inm Pinch, . _.
M .• e c'.lpt ppei. Land a Thornton | Cross” was
. Will,. Rav Dvess. Billy John sang a special. Mr*. J, 8 1Kitchens
c.dev. Rimnv Pollan and Jerry Nor- j brought the devotional. Mrs. Ken.
m , neth Wyatt and Mrs. Wayne Haves
_____ % j gave reudings. Mrs. Ben Junkin read
a poem. Mrs. J. W. Minor dismissed
Mr. i M: B. C P"o!. Mr. anti wilj, prayer. Refreshments of punch
M J K. W <1 1 services at ^ c00g'ies were served to eighteen
the Anthony Drive Baptist Church Kuests a|Ml one child. Gifts were ex-
.ti Km::.- Sunday night. Rev Het- ^ chj|ngfl<j anti secret sisters revealed,
Mr and Mrs K : It land Parmer
and son of Fort Worth vi.-. ej hr-
parents. Mr. and Mrs W.h.r Fann-
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Wood and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wil-
liams and son. Mr. and Mrs R berl
Wood and soli. Mas Pat Griffin
and Charles Wood of Dallas were
Sunday dinner quests of M ...ml
Mrs J. E Wood,
.s pastor. Mr. and Mr Mrs j^k Hollingsworth
Whiteside were bap- j a|Jd 0f HilUboro and M r s
Marvin Clark ol Fort Wurth vis-
ited their mother, Mrs. W. B Bruce,
Mr ami M: W. M Forston and Sunday.
• i ; He k\ were in Dallas on —-
' . (MV .hi! I 'luleti the do g Mr ,uu| Mrs. Ben Junkin v.si ted
-1 '. ! I*;*:k and saw Kin-Tin- h#r iSLSlcr. Mrs. Clint Price and fWj..
I !’. iiy at Purdon Sunday and also vis-
------- jted her meet*. IjoIu Mae Calile ,t
\* \p curtis Farmer and Memorial Hospital. Corsicana.
• >! Kurus Visited his parents, ---
M: M;>. Willie Farmer. S Sgt. James T. Stewart of per.
__ rm Air Force Base ut Sherman
Mr.- Herman Williams, Mrs Rob- spent the weekend with Ins mother,
or? \v . k1 and Mrs J. K Wood shop- j Mrs. O L. Stewart. Ella Jane and
Me) ;n (’urs'rana on Tuesdfty and Billy Bob.
M .- \v‘ K Fowler and fain- -------------~~
J I Cor: well of Waxahachie vu-
ded M-ri- D.<.k Wheatley, Thursday.
Mrs Mary Brvles of Italy spent
.i few days with Mr. and Mrs J E.
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COT BANDITS’ NUMBER—An alert newsboy in Memphis.
Tenn., shows how he helued police tr.^ k down the car driven b\
bank robbers in nearby Hernando Wiley -Pv<k" Bouchillon. 14.
was on his Ehress-Scinutar paper route when he saw the bank
president rush Irom the bank, shooting at the fleeing robber-'
car. The auto headed for Wiley, who fell upon a parked oar to
avoid being hit. As the robbers passed he wrote the license
number in the dust on the parked car's fender W..Y\ trussed
getting the correct number by one dig:!, because d::t or. the
plate made a “7” look like a "1 Police found the robbers’ car
which had been stolen abandoned and burning
Mrs. Dora LewM - K.m.e Rh-.»u*
Splawn and R .be: ; Jack ut T'c.m- Dallas
and Mr. and Mis N Starke M :
and Mrs Anther Bes.vell were v.s-
Sir..tiny v.siturs t Mr. and Mrs.
\ W Haves were Mrs Madge
» »» ™;,“"„*•’*LrSS,°!! Chr^kklom
Mr and Mrs. Bill Rector i , _ . _ .
,.f Omwl Prairie. •* E“s'"' E“ate'' *»•'
part of the world of
will recognize this
M and Mrs .? \\ F
Will Robe: * • Mr.-. B
Mr and Mrs. B. C.
1 Mi J. E. Wood Mr
\Y T.iUant, Mr- j. \v.
Mr and M:-
<.r*yi >f Ennis.
Mr and Mrs J S. K-tchens were____
Sunday dinner guests of their Maine McCollum, daughter of ar^t V:- F B H
daughter and son in law. Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Randall McCollum luthian.
Mr.- James Kendrick at Pleasant underwent an appendectomy Stir.- —
day night at the Enn-s hospital. M:
Mrs Albert Snipes and daughter.
M..v- Tommie Lee Snipes of Dalias>
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thurman of
M..- C F Chapman.
FRIDAY ANO SATURDAY
ir COLOR storiin
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewu, W.Lson of
E:;n_- Mrs J. E Tliompaan and
Li .ghtei Mrs Murry Spidell were
visitors of Mr and Mrs. Joe Cum-
Mike and Deborah Williams of
Dallas .-.pert the weekend with their
-Tana pa rents. Mr. and Mrs J C.
Chapter 1 3
Mr and -NDs. N. Starke and Mr*.
J B Eider were In Er.nis
Mrs. P H Rase visited her b;
ther Mr. and Mrs N W Worthv
Adv. of Capt. Africa
Mias Neva Jones /. Dallas and
NLr- A C Chapman . ^ited M_ss
Jones fa’her. W D Jones at Lar.-
uer- at their home here Saturday, ^aater who is doing very well
Miss Ruth Roach and nvother,
Mrs. J. W Roach of Waxahachie
VILLAGE DRIVE-IN THEATRE
LAST TIMES TODAY
Mr and Mrs. Hollis Venable of
• Irvmg were Sunday dinner guests
>f h_s mother Mrs J L Ver.*ble
’ M: and Mrs. Aubrey Venable and
J son. Rex aiid Mrs. Kilpatrick of
Grand Prairie were afternoon vlai-
i _ ■
Mrs. Fannie Collins of Wa-
xaiiachie .spent Friday w l*h her sun
>:;d da ighter :n law Mr ar.d Mrs
Mr and Mrs Pat Ramsey and
: ao!.s of Waxahachie visited her par-
1 »-::ts, Mr and Mr? J. C Haily Sun- j
i day i
Mr and Mrs Jack J*nn= *r. f
Wajca.hucite. visaed Mrs. Dt c
Wi^atiey S-: cay
Mr. and Mrs Eds^r Little.ohr. f
’Wichita Paflas vfelted h_-> pares a
Mr ur-d Mrs J F Luttleyohn Mr
Wes>iey Cher.ault and caucnter
Jess* Chenault auc dauch'«*r f
Palmer were alrv visiters
Mr and Mrs Robert Ur.derv >c*J
and sons J<* JBob and J:rr. E q c
were Sunday cLnner guevs of Mr
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Do .-..s Edwards
Mrs Alvy Colhna and daughter.
Sharon and Mr* Fannie ColLns vie- Will Hample of Dallaa v. : h..-
• feu M: a.-.d Mrs. Auther Watson on brother, Pete Hample S nua;. Mr.
Friday. Hample was brought home from
--------------yhe him hospital Friday. He re-
ported slightly .mprov* -j.
Mrs. Mable Glandon ar.d Mrs
Ernest Lad,we 11 both -I Waxahach.e
were guest* of Mrs. G^-ie L**atne:-
n*a.. T a,*
! NL and Mrs. Brooks Farrar and
j 6on, Wayne ol Dallas visited has
! parents M. and Mrs J. B Farrar.
I Sunday .
| Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McBu.net*. |
v.sited his mother. Mrs. Ammie
McBurnett ir. Dallas. Saturday.
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days visit with her siiter and bro-
ther in law.
Mrs A. C. Chapman returned
home after a Visit .r. Dallas w.t.
her daughter. Mr ar.d Mrs Jars.
Mr«> J etfa F rst:u at termed the
FHA meet.:... -hi W.,c • 5. ur-
M. a..d Mr- J E. \V>d a tend-
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in t.".r Im..y Cemetery
M.s W... • Farmer Mrs Charlie
Duva ana Mr.* C.Uwt.es Dav_s vr.-
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Mrs I. F Jelfers and Mrs. L. P.
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ence at th*- Fust Methodist Church :
in Waxahachie. Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Donnell of
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j Mrs. C C .Blocker or. Saturday,
•Mr*. Jack Moore and Mrs. L. F
Baruhardl heard the reviev. ;,i the !
oook "All The Women of The
Bible” given by Mrs Gordon Srruih
j of Gainesville at the First Metho-
dist Chucrh in Ennis las Wednes-
Mr and Mr* Thomas E. lYaly are
spending a few days in the home ol
Mr. and Mr*. M.ke McKeever in
Ferns while Mike and Lucyle ure
vacationing at Hot Springs, Ark
Mr. and Mrs. H O. Windliam vis-
ited in Dallas. Tuesday.
Mrs Jame* Wester and sons. J.m-
| my and Jerry visited in Dallas on
Mr and Mrs Marvin Border* and
children ij Wnxthachle were dm-
I nrr guests o! M: and Mis Th mas
: E Daly, Sunday.
Mis* Sue Hughey and Robert
Dava aere ae«g *-nd visitors ,n the
I home ut Mr. and Mrs B.l! Be.n-
rungfleld »n Fort Worth as gue*>t.
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Fied Haws and c-riil- Ond Christ, the apostles, nor early
Christians among its advocates
•There Ls no indication of tlu*
Ben J mki:: -aa.- hostess for J observance of the Easter festival in
the New Testament, or in the writ-
‘ mgs of the apostolic fathers. The
sanctity ol special times was an
idea absent from the minds of the
first Christian* . . . The Lord nor
j his apostles enjoined the keeping
i of Urns or any other festival" <EN-
, CYCI.OPEDIA BRi rrANICA. Vol.
; VIII. p. 8118, 14 ed.i.
The New Testament scriptures are
is silent as tile tomb oil such . ab-
ject as Lent. Palm Sunday, Good
Friday, or Easter. Lyman Coleman
<Presbyterian» says: "These festi-
vals become an incongruous mix-
ture of Judiaisin, paganism, Val
Christianity" < ANCIENT CHRISfl’-
IANITY EXEMPLIFIED, p. 54LD.
The apostle Paul was afraid of
his Galatian brethern. for lie knew
that if they began the custom of
keeping days, their salvation wu,i
torfe'l.-cl: "Ye observe dnys, and
months, seasons, and years. I am
afraid of you, lest by any means
I have bestowed labor upon you in
vain (Gal. 4:10. 111. Col. 2:16-18
also condemns the observance of
unscriptural religious days. Thee
scriptures are enough to show that
Easter is not to be observed re-
ligiously, even though the resurre -
Uon be its center.
Someone might ask: "Ls Easter
condemned because it memorializes
tile resurrection of Christ?” Not if
the scripture be our guide. For the
Lord Himself commanded us to oh-
serve Hu death and resurrection,
not Just once a year at Easter, but
EACH WEEK The Lord Jesus in
the night in which he was betrayed
took bread; and when he had given
thanks, lie brake it, and said. This
Ls my body, which is for you: THIS
DO IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME
In like manner also the cup. aher
I supper, saying. This cup is the new
[covenant in my blood: THIS DO
AS OFTEN AS YE DRINK IT. IN
REMEMBRANCE OF ME. For ,d»
often as ve eat tins bread, and druik
' the cup, ye proclaim th< Lord's
death till he come" (I Cor. 11 23-26'
How often? ‘A often as ye en
this bread, and drink the cup." How
often should that be? The 20th verse
- hows as often as they assembled
together; and I Cor 16:2 shows that
was ’upon th? first day of the week."
How often du.-s "the first day of
the week” come around? Every
week. Tlie Corinthians were to ob-
rve the Lord's Supper as often
they assembled (I Cor 11 20>; and
they a • • Hit bird every - nrst day oi
ill- week" (I Cor. 16:2).
Acts 20:7 hormonlzes perfectly:
"And upon the first day of the week,
wh.-n we were gathered together to
break bread. Paul preached unto
The Lord commands that we pro-
c'abn His death and resurrection
every first day of the week till He
comes again by the lord’s Supper
But net only in the Lord's Sup-
per is His death and resurrection
memorialized, but also in baptism
"Or are ye ignorant that all we
who were baptized into Christ Jesus
were baptized into his death? We
were buried therefore with him
through baptism into death: that
like as Chri«t was raised from the
dead through the glory of the
Father, so we also might walk in
ii"wiiesi of life. For if we have be-
come united with him in the like-
ness of his death, we shall be also
in the likeness of his resurrection"
'Romans 6 S-5).
As Christians we should have
several occasions each week to com-
memorate Christ’s death and res-
urrection: once by the Lord’s Sup-
iier *nd each time a sinner i* buried
w.th His Saviour in baptism for
the remi'Mon oi his sms wild raised
to walk ui newness of life.
H. B Prank. Jr Evangelcst
Church Of Christ
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 75, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1956, newspaper, March 29, 1956; Ennis, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth801698/m1/2/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.