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The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas • Page 3

Mexia, Texas
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THE MEXIA DAILY NEWS, MEX1A, TEXAS, HtffiAY, OCT. TRUlt Methodist Class To Hold Rummage Sale Saturday Ronrn cl; of tho First Methodist Church, is sponsoring a Rummage Sale, on Saturday, October 2, 1954, at tho Hyan Motor Company, across from A Store from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wit. DUKE UK, WltU AM D.

1'ITI MAN OPTOMETItlST9 If.lEXIA.TEXAS CUT FLOWERS Flowers For All Occasions Sparks B. Jenkins Florist Dial GY6-3816 Beat the crowd and Take your pick our beautiful Christmas Cards We have many beaufifu! Hallmark Christmas Cards in boxes, in albums, for individual selection. Shop now while you knew the selection's; complete. M.G LLGR SHOP Mrs, Joe Randall Hostess To Club Mrs. Joo Randall was hostess Thursday morning for a regular mooting of the Birthday Bridge club.

Following tho bridge session Mrs. WnodnKv Perkins was awarded hi.uh score prize. KrefrRsnmenls were served to tho members and one guest, Mrs. Hob Ashton, at the close of the game session. Brownie Troop 7 Elects Officers Tho recently organized beginners Brownie Troop No.

7 elected officers at their Monday meeting. Kalhy Maisen was elected president; Judy Roco, vice-president; and Carolyn McCullough, secretary. Mrs. Ray Gondson is leader of the troop and Mrs. Benny Posey will soive as co-leader, following the resignation of Mrs.

Carl Mai- Mr, and Mrs. Foch Thompson of Pini-ville, 111. are spending vaeatbn with Mr. and Mrs. Em- mei.t Boyd and other relatives.

BUY 'AHEAD and you'll BE AHEAD 'Get your NOW! Famous Cool Safety Cabinet Healer 1 oo ONLY DOWN Weekly Payment! "lect the need now! GAFFORD Furniture Co. Phone GY6-3863 Enjoyable the Product of the Brewer's Art Lai ways IWMO IT. IOU1S OMtJU NEW OIUANt IAN JOU REWARD FOR PETE THE PYTHON But You do not have to hunt SNAKES to make come by and make money off of us on a Car or Used. '50 Plymouth 4 Good Motor only $549 '41 Ford 2 only $50 '49 Ford V-8 Seat Covers only $525 '47 Ford 2 Door, Good Buy only $125 And do not forget the School Carnival to be Held at at the Reunion Grounds Friday Night, October 1st, Sponsored by Forest Glade Ladies to buy Fountains for the Forest Glade School. See MACON MARVIN For Square Deal McKenzie Motor Company DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALERS Ciri Aa USED 4411 awtoDmt GY6-2814 CARS CY6-3611 Shiloh Stitch In time saves not only the nine proverbial onei, but aaver you work and worry before and after washday.

Sewinc machine models especially designed for scvviitf room or laundry are a boon to (be busy housewife. Churches afc being well attended here each Sunday. Silly Ray Douglas and new bfide of San Francisco, visited here Sunday. Billy Ray is the son of the pastor of the Shiloh Baptist church. Loul.ce Masters spent the evening with W.

E. Potter, one evening last week. Miss Jessie Beaver of Mcxia visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommic biak and family over the end.

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Grady McKay and daughter of Mexia, Mr.

and Mrs. Richard P. Bradley and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Kenzic Masters and son visited Mr.

and Mrs. Raymond Sterling and daughter, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fleming and family visited their daughter, Mrs.

Calvin White and family, Sunday. Mrs. While has been ill. Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd Douglas and daughter and Mrs. Red of HcKinncy visited church here Sunday. Warner Hancock is in a local hospital with the flu. We are wishing him a speedy recovery. Little Theresa Kaye McDonald has been ill.

Wo hope she is bet- Mrs. F. E. Grover Jr. Hostess Tuesday to Las Amigas Club Mrs.

E. Groover, was hostess Tuesday evening for a regular meeting of the Las Ami- gas club. Mrs. Wesley Evans, president, presided. A project for the year was presented by Mrs.

Garland Copeland, who gave plans for setting up a fund to assist a qualified girl in attending school. The project was approved by the members. At the suggestion of Mrs. Bill Radford the club voted to sponsor a Brownie troop. After a motion made by Mrs.

Stanley Foster, it was voted to contribute to the Federation projects: Penny Art Fund and Musical Penny and Latin American Scholarship Fund. Mrs. Evans announced that the State convention will be held at the Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells on Nov. 8-11. She urged that as many members as possible attend.

The program for the evening was given by Mrs. Foster and Mrs. J. P. Jackson who presented a panel discussion on and Con." With Mrs.

A. B. MrBa" i ri nei' 1 jCopeland, Mrs. Gordon PVatt, and Mrs. Goiuun the points with Mrs.

O. Y. Goswick, Miss Ruth Beene and Mrs. Horace Prather. After the meeting was closed by repeating the club collect, refreshments were served to the twenty-three members present by the hostess.

Each member brought to the meeting clothing to be sent to the Indian Orphans at Livingston. Personals Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M.

Ferguson spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Victoria on business, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett and son, Johnny, are spending the weekend in Dallas. Brian Riley Seale and Carl Mc- ollum of Burchwood, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

R. J. Harper, Wednesday and Thursday. Arthritis Now Conquered This case with the conditions called Arthritis; kidney malfunction (swelling of feet and ankles); dizziness; nervousness; rheumatism; and blackouts has D. Bsttresllagain'been cor- D.

Vected by spinal adjustments as thousands of cases are each day. So that others may be helped to help themselves, as Mrs. Jones was, by being told of Chiroprac- lic by a friend, she states; "I was very sick when I came to Dr. Battreall and am feeling fine after taking adjustments, I can heartily recommend Chiropractic to others in ill Mrs. G.

B. Jones, 704 Oak Teague, Tej Dr. W. D. CHIROPRACTOR C.

Commerce, Ttxsj Phone C.Y6-3241 Ihku QUICKI xpENsi BFFECTIVEI D.ol Baptist TEL Class Holds Dinner Party To Install Officers A dinner party followed by installation of officers was held Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Mills, by the T.E.L. class of the First Baptist church.

Mrs. W. E. Weeks installed the following officers: Mrs. Claud J.

Wilson, president; 'Mrs. Welch Sewell, Mrs. Cull Ragland, secretary; Mrs. Nelson Reynolds, assistant secretary. Those present included Mrs.

Mary Giles, Mrs. E. G. Hall, Mrs. Guy Wofford, Miss Agones Cook, Mrs.

O. J. Lee, Mrs. Hugh Brown, Mrs. W.

L. Sewell, Mrs. Nelson Reynolds, Mrs. L. M.

Mrs. W. E. Weeks, Mrs. Cull Ragland, Mrs.

J. E. Mills, and Mrs. Claud J. Wilson.

Tommy Collingsworth return ed to his home in Dallas Thursday after visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cox and Mr.

and Mrs. G. N. Collinsworth He was accompanied to Ennis by his grandmother, Mrs. Cox anc Mrs.

Miller. Mrs. J. R. Truett and Mrs Ralph Burrows were Waco visitors Thursday evening.

Colonel's Orders Needed At Home If ftUTM MtLLETT and daughters of service personnel stationed In Germany are reportedly indignant at the American colonel who ordered ladies to spruce up when they went out in public or else colonel turned down on bare-back, halter-type sunsuits worn without a jacket or wrap; strapless, low-cut dresses (except in clubs or nt social functions); shorts on teen-agers or women; blue jeans on mature women; pin curlers, unless neatly covered. If the colonel succeeds in sprucing up American women in Germany it is going to be an awful shock to him the first time hu gets home on leave. Lei him wander into a suburban shopping center or supei mnr- tdt and if he can bear to his is what he'll see. Fat women overflowing the ihortest of shorts and briefest of lalter veins inak- James Gibsons Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs.

James Gibson of West Columbia, announce the jirth of a baby daughter, born Thursday, September 30, in a local hospital. The baby weighed six pounds at birth and has been named Debra Elaine. Mrs. Gibson is the former Miss Margaret Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

W. L. Moore of Mexia. The baby's paternal grandmother is Mrs. Lou Gibson of Mcxia.

This is the couple's first child. Mrs. V. A. Brewstcr underwent surgery at Hillcrest hospital Friday morning.

Mrs. R. W. Spencer accompanied by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

V. H. Duchesnc of Houston, left Friday for a week vacation in Arkansas and Mississippi. ing strange patterns on the backs of their legs. Wftmeft and gitii in pjn euflett caHng how Ihcy look al the supermarket if they just look sttpcr that evening.

Women in blue jeans and peddle pushers whose figures cry out for full nnd concealing skirts. Teen-aftrs barefoot and with their dads' flapping shirts completely covering up the shorts worn underneath. Yep. American women may spend milions every year to make themselves beautiful. And when they are all dolled up for a country club dance or even an evening at the Joneses, they may be the best-looking women itt tite world, But see 'cm at arid they're a mess.

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