The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas on May 25, 1955 · Page 5
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The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 5

Mexia, Texas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1955
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MEXTA DAILY NEWS, MFXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1955 —PAGE FIVE LWANTADS mSmammmmmmmMmmammmmmmmmKM WANT AD INFORMATION THE MEXIA DAILY NEWS the rlirht to edit or reject »n» Clarified advertisinK copy that it re- fcards Bi objectionnhle, or (bat mny cause Ion* to tlip vender, nr hiss of conlirtehre to reputable aHvertisera. There are three ways to place a clflfl- • ified ltd (1), come to the counter nt The Unity New» office. An ad-takpr *hl be on duty to help you prepare your copy. (2) Phone GY6-28H8 and place your eopy ovt r the telephone. (3) Out-of-town readers, write, your copy aw wanted in pupt-r and mail to Daily News. Cash with order on all out-of-town advertising. All ftds tntist be in office, at 9 a.m. to appear In the evenuife edition. In «vent error is made iinmedihte notice must be K'ven an th?,. "Ne\vs IR responsible for only one fncorrcct insertion. Kail cheek or pay fcl the counter. WANT INSTANT AD RATES CALCULATOR Wordi IK 20 26 BO One Time .76 1.00 1.26 1.60 2 or 8 Times l.BO 2.00 2.5U 8.00 Six Tlniee 2.2ti 8.00 S. 7 !, 4.OU lllnwil (TVf> percent di»connt will be for cash payment ut time of placing ad) HOLLYWOOD Phone GY6-3261 Nights or Sundays call E. M. «itt Fred Marberry GYFJM83 GYb-J189 Misc. for Sale real $82. office demonstrator which lists lor $110. See ia Daily News office. •xx>*s^l^v»* Pets and Livestock 24 only machine at Mex- 25 FOR SALE: 9 week old pigs.'j Loyd Kennedy, al Forest Glade, ' 2 7 7 ° Insurance Mexia Insurance Agency 209 N. Womack Lane Mrs. Mamie Felz Murray Dial GY6-21C1 Stafford Insurance & Real Estate 112 N. Sherman St. Mexia, Texas Dial GY6-2712 Insurance Fire-Auto-Life-Hospitalization Real Estate Homcs-Farms-Businoss Property Tidwell-Rogers Poultry, Feed, Suplpies 26 RED CHAIN FEEDS — Complete line Feed, Seed and Fertilizer for delivery phone GY(j-3H18. Crider Feed and Seed, 109 West Main St., Vernon Vinson, Manager. Plants, Seeds, Shrubs 27 Professions! Notices 4 SPEAKING OF MOVING — Whether it's across the street or across the nation, call Little Transfer and Storage. GYG-3371. HOLLYWOOD — (UPl— Ever-' dt Bunker. 45. is torn between two fires--the fire in a stove in i a coffee shop \\hero he works as \ ii chef, and the inner fire he al- i wav? has had for things theatrical. He's nf!V.T been able to in- | dulge the second fire because he \ had' (o stay with the first to feed his five "hildren. i Now, however. Bunker, figures j he has saved enough monev snj he can make :ii least a start in | .show business. Not really for him- ' Remington portable "Quiet-Riter" i se ]f O f C ouisc. It's tou late for I type-wilier, real bargain al only j tna ^ \T, U \ jf s j u .,| about the right tipio (or two of his kids. Bunker, a slight, wiry man with iiii unperturbed manner despite all sorts of activities going on around him. went into the little theater Held as a producer. | He called the group The Foot- > lighters and set no a policy of paving actor-; which differs from the way most gioups do it. He'll herdle all production expenses, ,',nd, at (ho end of each perfoimance, all the players split up the receipts. In many little 1 theater groups the players get only experience, while . in the fancier cintA a tew get standard wages. . , It's really 3 hobby with me," Hunker s.aid. '"L work two jobs— ehel and waiter — 13 hours a day. This whole thing is to be a sort of showcase for Freddie, who's 14 and really may go somewhere, and Beverly—she's 10." "The ether kids I dcn'l hold out too much hope for." Bunker said Ihe first produc- m set to enen this month. "On Borrowed Time," will coincide with rehearsals for the second play, "The Children's Hour." Each play will run a month in the Rainbow Theater here. He Ecid his policy has attracted enough actors and actresses to give some choice. "We've already hed two grandpas," he said, "and we have a line director in David Leer. The talent includes Lillian Lewis from BeVC-Vly Hills. I aucss she's been RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS These Schedules Sponsored By the Following TV Radio Dealer in Mexia: A. & W. SALES CO. 5:00 5:30 5-40 5:45 0:0(1 7:30 8:00 fl:30 9:00 FOR SALE: Sweet potato slips. E. E. Lightsey, Jr., Point Enterprise. Phone GYG-3901. Mexia. COTTON SEED and COTTON POISON — CORNER FEED STORE, Phone GY6-3711. Hay and Grain 28 FOR SALE: Good baled ouats 60c per bale, or would trade for calves. Alias Day, 1011 S. Belknap. Telephone GYG-277G. Farm Implements 29 FOR SALE: Model E, Century Cotton Poison Machine, complete with pump, regulator, and attachments. A bargain. Frank Con- neli, Mexia, Texas. Apartments Rent 30 Notic* FOR RENT. Duplex apartment, see at 400 East Palestine St. W. S. Tyner, Route 3, Mexia, Texas. GRAVEL FOR ANY PURPOSE. "Iron ore, >ard dirt, and sand. Phone GYG-3398. Alton Bates. GUARANTEEDREPAIR SERVICE TV, Radio and Antennas J LITTLE TELEVISION » MOTOROLA DEALER 104 N. Sherman Dial GYG-3830 NOTICE T have two Alice-Chalmers combines with auxiliary motors. I am soliciting your combining. L. M. Winfrey, phone GYG-30G1. FOR RENT: 2-room unfurnished apartment, utilities paid. 4'00 .East Travis. Phone GY6-2969. FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished apartment. 309'-2 South Canton. Call GYG-224G after 5:30 p.m. FO RRENT: Milam. Mrs. Wortham. East Side, 405 East D. A. Ford, 3938, 'HAWKINS VAN LINES —Let us help plan your move—coast to coast. Bonded insured. Also unfurnished houses for rent. Jack Thompson, mgr. Phone GYG-2fiGO. HOUSE LEVELING and Termite Control. Contact Bill Morgan, Rt. 3. Teague. Drop card for appointment. Room and Board ^JQ FOR RENT: 2 room furnished apartment, 714 South McKinney Street. Telephone GYG-3K55. .^ , on every stage that CouhfsP*'' Bunker conceded, £e's ,.losing. on the deal unless he can recoup some money from filmed versions of the productions. But it's all for Bunker's' twoj-^owhe'adij^'.ap'.' :h«» rerlly doesn't ienr£ too iTiUch'.- • ' He has dedided to stick, lo Bn adway hits' 'of one and'twb decades ago/ . •.£;-" ' "For'cne thing,, most- little 'theater groups now take current hit's,'' he said. "And, i'or another" thine, it" we, take r a hit and.wind up with a- jtHrp w£'lj know "where 'io put the "blame'." President Taylor was known as "old rough and ready." I Sleeping Rooms 32 FOR RENT: Bedroom, 928 East Hopkins Street. Call after 4 p.m. GYG-2773. WANT ADS KCEN— Channel 6 Wednesday Night Superman •. Tex.'is News 5 Weiithcr Man . News Caravan (NBC) Curtain Time Erlrlic C. inter Show This Is Your Life (NBC) Bin Town (NBC) Mr. inul Mis. Nurth !)::',() Amo.- Mr>s. 9:45 Spntlifihi mi TVxns 10:00 Tcnnorr.w's News Tonight 10:10 Wf.-.tlKT Man 10:15 Late Dale. Thriller 11:15 Sij'.n Off tf :'.< *' WBAP - WFAA— 820 ! Wednesday Night ;' 5:00 Star Kepoiter 5:15 News J Bob Crawford Show News:— '.Sbormari ; ;• Man on thi> Go ; Music; Farm News ! News of the'WoHd New's; Sports Dinah Shore Shnw Frank Sinatra Show News', Wha't'rf Your lorn Groucho Marx Baker Hotel Oreh. Fibber McGoe and Molly Great Gildersleeve One Man's Family Facts- Forum News Oscar Awards KRLD 1080 Wednesday Night 5:00 Allan Jackson 5:15 Red Ski-Hon. 0:30 Sports; Band 5:45 Lowell Thomas 0:00 News 5:30 5:45 0:00 0:15 (i:30 0:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 Prob- -— .^-. --*. 0:30 Choraliers r ,6;4S- News,* Edward R. .Murrow 7:00 FBI • 7:30 Mr. District -Attorney 8:00 Perry Como • 8:15 Bing Crosby 8:$0 Amos N' Andy;* 9:00 Sports; Top Twenty 0:15 White House Report 9:30 Top Twenty 9:45 Tennessee Ernie 10:00 News . 10:15 News; Analysis ; 10:30 Hillbilly Hit Parade 11:30 Herman Waldtefn ' It Pays To Use Mexia Daily News Want Ads Houses for Rent 34 Personals ARE YOU BOTHERED WITH WATER BUGS OR ROACHES? Then try Lindane Crystals, satisfaction guaranteed. Rogers Mercantile Co. 823 East Commerce, 'Telephone GYU-21GO. DON'T BE HALF SHOD—Bring in those shoes for new soles and heels and get new shoe appear- nnce and wear at a fraction of the cost. Sickles & Kerzee, 213 East Palestine Street. •FOR KENT: Six decorated, good GY6-2538. Misc. for Rent room house, relocation. Call 35 FOR RENT: 75 acres of pasture land, plenty of water. 1121 Nowlin btreei. .Linda Tackett. Houses for Sale 40 Business Service 8 We buy, sell, rent, clean, and re pair all makes of typewriters, adding machines. Leon Flatt, Sta- tionei Phone GYG-2261. FOR SALE: 0 acres, nice 5-room house, Te.^tonc, ranch .style fence, city and well water. 5 pecan 'trees. Bam, near school, 1 '^ miles from circle on Groesbeck highway. Phone 4(i(i. r )0, Waco, Texas. FOR SALE: 3 room house — modern conveniences. To be moved. Phone GYU-25(i3. 40H E. Main. Book Business Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS -- Sawyer" 1 " 4 "The Earth" the River" 12 Some 13 Monster 14 Harem rooms 15" - DOWN \ of Complete Radio and Television repair service and sales—Guaranteed satisfaction—Free estimates —A and W Sales — Philco Dealers—Phone GVfi-3851. Wanted to Buy 10 LIVESTOCK WANT TO BUY: A gentle saddle pony. Mrs. John Reese. Tehua- ana. Misc. for Sale 24 FOR SALE: 1 antique Georgian love seat and 2 matched chairs— excellent condition, reasonably priced. Call GY6-3126. FOR SALE: at Bargains, one upright and one chest type deep freezers. Kenneth E. Paris Co. IT PAYS TO USE WANT ADS FORT WORTH —(UP)—Livestock market today. Catile 3,000. Active. Strong. Spots higher, especially on cows. Good and choice beef steers 18.50- 22.f)0. Commercial 17.SO down. Good and cli.iice heifers 17.5020.50. Small lot 22. Utility and commercial 11-16. Commercial cows 13-14. Utility 11-12.50. Canners and cutter 7-11. Practical top nil bulls. 14. Medium and good stocker steer yearlings H-20, few good and choice to 21. Calves i!00. Active. Strong. Spots higher. Good and choice 1 slaughter calves 17-21, few head to 22. Utility and commercial 1115.50. Culls 11 down. Medium and choice stocker steer calves 14-22. Miserables" 16 Straightness 18 Landed properties 20 Rent 21 Abstract beingl? Legal 22 Poems 24 Peel 26 Obstacle 27 Health resort 30 Show 32" Roberts" 34 Longfellow's writing was this 35 Indolent '36 Exclamations 37 Glance over 39 Malayan tanoe 40 Bobby Burns was one 41 Dickens character, ••Tiny " 42 Poetry muse 45 Exchanging 49 Forgiveness 51 Lamprey 52 Indigo 53 Flower 54 French coin 55 Lateral part 53 Depend 57 Explosive Two Cities" 2 Individuals 3 Who-dunnits 4 Sheep-like beasts 5 Leer 6 Prayer 7 Lair 8 Large books 9 Notion 10 Supplies workers 11 Italian city writ H\ O P EH A U P A l_ A t> A N.' 1 to A K E A B A U £ i' c B t> M E E & A t» E A N E R K= V i, O T t £ R U c, o o ISI KL H A V E C A R E ±, iy EE Cf E R A P A K K A U 1= R E N E A P e r u u i_ fe: L. P & 6 S o N & T E A U T O f 1 A N T 1 N T C A f E A N N E A N T E O V O R. 1 T E S R E E P P e N E O O T G 19 Concerning 23 Pythias' pal 24 Melon 25 Attest 26 Tempera painting 27 Most violent 28 Mexican coin 29 Region 31'Herrings 33 Savory 38 Dress 40 Fence steps 41 Medicinal plant 42 Ages 43 Italian pointer 44 Aniong 46 Disturb 47 Gaseous element 48 Sate 50 Knight's title i IZ 15 18 Z4 W W % W •fi W 55 I '& 1/3 3 /J 'W 9 / / /,- 'iO 4 13 16 ' '•/ // .>'•'•''/ 31 '6'l b '^ 'ib • %- bO W 5t h U. • '/^" ' '•'M '//'•'/ ' '•''''/ '% 4b 7 B 32 35 .'. ' '';, % 7 iO ' / //' • \\ 8 W 33 39 9 n bl 54 57 10 II 23 U7 29 W 25 NOW...56E THAT ONE...HE'S A COWBOV...FROM TEXAS ER ARIZONA. sTS SOUT I NY- WHATS SO SMART ABOUT THAT t Af. BODY'D KNOW IT BV TH' . SOMBRERO.' J. SENATOR, WE'LL BE IN WASHINGTON ON SCHEDULE . THAT'S SENATOR CAOV FROM MAINE. HE SPENT HIS VACATION IN MIAMI. WHO UF,FT TMAT' PHOME Ofr THE H *NO, jyvro BOS, BUT Give ME ONE OF TOUR. (WO BOPSTEUS MEET DISCUSS OF EACH HAS. SffS JIM MUCH AS "rOU MOW MUCH DlDEACH OF YOUR DOLLARS AMD I'LL HAVE AS MUCH AS YOU- Freckles Si>-i; «• f.7 1M HHT, \ A op:. HSf, It, ht» S»r«.«. Ine. T. M. Du. U. S. C«( Off. X/l OCX'S NOT / 0KAY,O5CaK,L-\rEP> SATISFIED V TONiGrTT WELL GIVE WITH WHAT \ DOCTOR SCOTT'S WE'VE PUG UP [ PLACE A REAL ON SCOTT A fitW OVER' PPOB<\BLYAL0T.,.IFHE „. 5 THE CHAP VVHO OH, YOUR WHWP5 DR. SCOTT'S \ KNOCKED BRONSON PURCH6.5E OF A /OUT M,JD USEP THE! 15 RUNNING TIME-MACHINE TO KIDNAP KING GUZ1 f H BICEPS GYM- FIT ' Bugs Bunny THEN WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE IN THE HOSPITAL? FOR OBSERVATION WHCT DID THEY WRONG WITH. VOU, KILLER? THAT FIGURES Beetle Bailey 8f AP ALL ABOUT 17— SISTER. IP I PON'T 60UMP& LIKE SOME \ THAT UET. YOU'RE 0OMMA CRASH A «AflB«A EXCfTEMBKTr HEAPM ( OPBM/ I'M AN'. I PCiJ'T MBAM THAT OP SOUNP/ UNE... IP z CAM JU&T Vic Flint CONSTRUCTION Wo "OK>7 «" NOW TAKE STUART.' THE ONLY REASON ME POLLOWS •BECAUSE SHE CARRIES }.. TWAT BAG- OP HOLLYHOCK LICORICE) RICHARD Priscillo's Pop ITS POS&liLE. WHY VES.6IR. ANYWAY, M If TH 1 OTHER RWWkR, COINClOlct STATIONS THAT Wft OPBKMOK. THE ON COURSE i WHEN SUDDENLY M frCOPB CAPTAIN I 1 COULDN'T PICK IT UP AOWNI / IT TRUB TH«kT OMLV BE JAMMBD ftV A warn, w Mtf PWBCTtV Iff IT? COULDN'T THM H(W& A.CCIDEVJTMLV IT Off Woth Tubs TWCOULONTIEMATT, PITCHINS A6A1NST ASHtPV TCOAV.MAV>E IT'S-FUNNY met / WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH «OOM OOeSKlT ANSWER 1

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