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Mexia, Texas
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Wednesday, June 1, 1955
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MEXIA DATT.Y NEWS. MEXTA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1, 1955 PAGE THHEG WANTADS Mcxio Insurance Agency 209 N. Wemsck L«n« Mrs. Mamie fel* Murray Dial GY6-21G1 Stanford Insurance & Real Estate 112 N. Sherman Si. Mexia, Texas Dial GY6-2712 Insurance Firo-Aulo-Life-Hospitali/ation Real Estate Homrs-Farms-Business Property Tidwell-Rogers Professlett&l Notices SPEAKING OF MOVING — Whether it's nrross tho street or across the nation, call Little Transfer and Storage. GY6-3371. -i|-n-.f-r<->i-.r.rtn..i»a.a . . ^- .___. _ _ Notlc* **^s-W* -S*"tSS/ „„„ _^ rvvv , GRAVEL FOR ANY PURPOSE. Iron ore, yard dirt, and sand. Phono GYC-3398. Alton Bates. - JNQT1CE I have two Alice-Chalmers combines with auxiliary motors. I am sol/citing your combining. L M. Winfrey, phone GYG-3001. HAWKINS VAN LINES —Let us help plan your move—coast : to coast. Bonded insured. Also unfurnished houses for rent. Jack Thompson, mgr. Phone GYG-2660. HOUSE LEVELING and Termite Control. Contact Bill Morgan, Rt. 3. Tcague. Drop card for appointment. Master's Texaco Station, Milum and Mt'Kinncy, under new ownership of Ray Gene and Nolan Henderson. Lost, Found, Strayed 6 REWARD: $50 reward-for information leading to , recovery of. electric saw missing from in front of Ppstoffice. Notify postmaster, Mexia, Texas. STRAYED: in town white guinea. Took up, black and brown German shepherd. Phil Karnfer, Phone GY6-2828. Personals DON'T BE HALF SHOD—Bring Jn those shoes for new soles ,and heels and {Jet new shoe appear- nncc and wear at a fraction of the cost. Sickles & Kerzee,' 213 East Palestine Street. Business Service 8 We buy, sell, rent, clean, and repair all makes of typewriters, adding machines, Leon Halt, Stationer Phone GY6-2261. Complete Radio and Television repair service and sales—Guaranteed satisfaction—Free estimates —A and W Sales — Fhilco Dealers—Phone GYfi-3851. Used Cars, Trucks 12 FOR SALE: Cleanest 1946 Chevrolet 4-door in town. New two- tone paint, radio, new tires, motor just overhauled. First $295.00 gets it. Western Auto. Ph. GY6-2877. FOR SALE: Ford pickup, heater, .seat covers. Registered, inspected, HiiO South Bonham. Phone GY6- GoodThingsToEat %l BAR-B-Q — Good home cooked daily. Rogers Mercantile Co., 823 Kast Commerce. Phone GYC-21GQ. Misc. for Sale 24 Remington portable "Quiet-Ritcr" typewriter, real bargain at only $!!li, office demonstrator machine which lists for $110. See at Mexia Daily News office. FOR SALE: Good 8 ft. G. E. deep freeze —'call Odell Smith, GYO-25H7. Apartments for Rent 30 FOR RENT. Duplex apartment, sec at 400 East Palestine St. W. S. Tyner, Route 3, Mexia, Texas. FOR RENT: 4-rooin unfurnished apartment. 309 l v South Canton. Cull GY6-224G after 5:30 p.m. FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished apartment garage and garden. 714 South McKinney. Ph. 6-3165. FOR RENT: 2 room furnished apartment 714 Soutn McKinn,ey Street. Telephone GY6-3165. fhorte GY6-3261 .Nights or Sundays cfcll E. M. ttitt GV6 4 ?Ol3 Fred Marberry GYb-3119 RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS These Schedules Sponsored By Ihe Following TV Radio Dealer in Mexia: A. & W. SALES CO. FOR RENT: Bedroom with refrigerator. $18.00 month. Also furnished apartment, $20 month. 203 South Kaufman Street. FOR RENT: Unfurnished, two large rooms and bath. 928 East Titus Street. Call GYG-2G64. *VW 32 Sleeping Rooms FOR RENT: Bedroom, 928 East Hopkins Street. Call after 4 p.m. GYG-2773, 4 Houses for Rent 34 FOR RENT: Six room house, redecorated, good location. Call GY6-2538. FOR RENT: Furnished 5-room house, call GY6-21G2 or after 5 p.rn.GYG-2754^ Business Opportunities 37 For Sale Dallas owner unable to properly .service profitable penny machine route this area. Better operation would increase profits. Local owner could handle in spare time. Write owner, 6022 Fairway, Dallas, Texas. Don't Be Stingy With Praise By RUTH MILLETT A man complains thai his wife's three main ambitions in life seem to be tu have a house 8nd everything that is in it just as fine as her friends' housfcs, to have the kind of clothes that impress her friends, and to be seen at all the "right" social affairs. That sounds like a harsh picture of a woman. Yet it may be a true one, for there are many women it fits today. But these women aren't alone responsible for their great drive to keep up with the Joneses. Lei every man who thinks the above description fits his own wife ask himself why his wife is so anxious to shine before other women. It might well be that her husband is partly to blame. Does he ever tell her she's pretty? Or do all her compliments come from other women when she has spent enough money and taken enough pains to win their grudging admiration? Does her husband ever let her kn'ow what home means to him? Or does her only satisfaction come from having other women comment on the new draperies or exclaim over the new soi'a. Dees her husband ever give her the feeling when they spend an evening alone al home that he really enjoys her company? Or does he sit like a clam when they are alone and brighten only when they are out in a crowd'J It is natural for a woman io want to please a man and to hear his compliments. Many women who lead their lives so as to inv press other women usually do so because the man in their lives is so stingy with his praise and appreciation they have to look elsewhere for a feeling of success. -o— Delorese Hodges Honored At Party By Carol Ann Jenkins Carol Ann Jenkins entertained in honor of her cousin, Dolorese Hodges, of Joplin, Mo., who is visiting her, with a supper and theater party Monday evening. The supper party was held at the home of Mrs. J. E. Urschel, grandmother of Carol Ann. A rustic theme was carried out in all table decorations for the supper which was served on the sun porch. Those enjoying the occasion were Margaret Bleakney, Lance Baty, Ina Louise Cooper, Carol Smith, Margaret Stubhs, Joy Bates, , Teresa Carroll, Pat Bryan, Ann rendition and the honoree and hostess. KCEN—Channel 6 Wednesday Night 5:00 Wild Bill Hickok 5:30 Texas News 5:40 Weather Man 5:45 News Caravan (NBC) 0:00 Curtain Time 7:30 Eddie Cantor Show 8:00 This Is Your Life (NBC) 8:30'Bis Town (NBC) 0:00 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:30 Ames Bris. 9:45 Spotlight on Texas 10:00 Tomorrow's News Tonight 10:10 Weather Man 1'0:15 Late Date Theater 11:15 Sign Off * * * WBAP - WFAA—820 Wednesday Night 5:00 Nat King Cole Some of the color schemes on the new cors look more like con- spirocies. HURRY COMANCHE PETUNIAS Also King Henry (red) pink and white coleus, red salvia shrimp and geranium plants. A gardener is a man who neter lets grass grow under his fiet. Sporks B. Jenkins Phonel GY6-3816 6:15 5:30 5:45 6:t)fJ 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7: 15 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 ' 5:00 . r >:15 0:30 5:45 6:00 C:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 fi:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:30 News Bob Crawford Show News — Sherman Man on the Go Music; Farm News News of the World News; Sports Dinah Shore Show Frank Sinatra Show Quiy. Bo\vl Groucho Marx Raker Hotel Orch., Fibb'er McGee and Molly Great Gildersleeve One Man's Family Facts Forum News News of the World TBA KRLD 1080 Wednesday Night Allan Jackson Ited Skcllon Sports; Hand Lowell Thumas News Sportsca?ting News, Edward R. Murrow FBI Mr. D'strict Attorney Perry Como Bing Crosby Amos N' Andy Sports; Top Twenty White House Deport Top Twenty Tenner-see Ernie News News; Analysis Hillbilly Hit Parade Herman Waldman Ed Roy Simmons ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOh-AT-LAW Professional Building 107 East Palestine Street Mexia . . Telephone GY6-3751 J. W. HAWKINS ft SON GAS, reg. 23.9; No-Knox 26.9 Premium Oil, quart 3Sc Wrecker Service USED CARS Phone GY6-9029 Highway 14—South of Circle JOESCHULTZ • Attorney-at-La* Kendrick Building Phone GY6-2S91 . . Mexia JAX Time Capsule Answer to Prtvioui Pu«l» ACRdss 1 Seven days 5 Operatib solo 9 Twenty-four hours 12 " upon a time" 13 Blood 14 Harem room 15 Connoisseurs 17 Unit of wire measurement 18 Inference 19 B.-complex vitamin 21 Wind instrument 23 Moccasin 24 Piece out '11 J.ust to the time 29 Heap 32 Keep 34 Suit maker 36 Bronchitis medicine 37 Vipers 38 Father 39 " and now" 41 « the date" 42 Gist 44 Month (ab.) 46 Rustic 49 The ones there 53 Every one 54 Restores confidence 56 Sick 57 Facts 58 Dregs 59 Beam 60 Pace 61 Domestic slave DOWN 1 Interlaced 2 City in Oklahoma 3 Unbleached 4 Sailing vessel 5 "A long time CTree exudations 7 The Age 8 Fable teller 9 Kernes 10 Entrance to a mine 11 New Haven university 16 Idea) state 20 Savory 22 Western farm E A fe p 6 o K t= \ T e. R N O o H. L. 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