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The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 5

Mexia, Texas
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Friday, June 17, 1955
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THE MEXIA DAILY HEWfl; MEXIA, LWAIITAPS Florists and Nurseries 2 Glarlinhi hloomfl for sale, $2 per down. Mrs. G. H. Galloway, Telephone GYC-2993. Insurance Mexici Insurance Agency 209 N. Womack Lane Mrs. Mamie Fell Murray Dial GY6-2U1 Stanford Insurance & Real Estate 112 N. Sherman St, Mexia, Texas Dial GY6-2712 Insurance Fire- Auto-Li fe-Hospitalization Real Estate Homes-Farms-Business Property Tidwelf-Rogers Phone GYl-Slftl Mtghlft at Sunday* call E. M. Mitt aYf.lOtl Fred Marberry - OYfc-3111 f/ie Aiafure PARENT By MURIEL LAWBENCE Pets and Livestock 2$ FOR SALE: Eight year old, sound sorrell mare and colt, at bargain. $75.00. H. H. Benson, Phone 179, Coolidge, Texas. Hay and Grain 21 Professional Notices SPEAKING OF MOVING — Whether it's across the street or SUTOS.S the nation, call Little Transfer ana Storage. GYfi-3371. PIANO TUNING — Refinishing and ever phase of piano repair. Free estimate. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ph. GYC-2927. Jack Jackson. HAWKINS VAN LINES —Let us help plan your move—coast to coast. Bonded insured. Also unfurnished houses for rent. Jack Thompson, mgr. Phone GY6-2660. 30 DAY SPECIAL: Mattress renovating. All new tick, low as $5.95. Perry Mattress factory. GYO-34G1. CIRCLE FRUIT STAND — All kinds fresh vegetables, melons. A. L. Roark. At Hiway Circle, Mexia. FOR EXPERT Watch and Ronson lighter repairs—Nationally Famous watch bands, see Roger Tolson in Karner-Phillips Gift Shop. I-none GY6-2541. 2,000 bales alfalfa hay. 75c bale. See Allen Corley at McKenzie Motors or J. W. .McMahon at Tennessee Colony. Two months after E.'s brother was born, his mother placed E. in her local nursery school. He has not "adjusted." His teacher thinks ic's jealous of the baby. She says he'll accept his new school ex- >erience as soon as he's accepted lis new home one. And she warns hat removing him will hurt him jsychologically. Hii mother writes: 'My family hinks I should remove him. One )ersori tells me one thing; some* >ody else another. I am so con- used, please tell me what you hink. . ." Apartments for Rent 30 FOR RENT: Furnished 4-rcom duplex apartment, 407 North Paris. Apply 306 East Milam St. Telephone GY6-2743. FOR RENT: Furnished or unfurnished duplex. 502 East Hopkins. Phone GY6-2539, FOR RENT: Furnished garage apartment. 2 bedrooms, all bills paid. 408 North Kaufman Street. Phone GY6-2732. FOR RENT. Duplex apartment, see at 400 East Palestine St. W. S. Tyner, Route 3, Mexia, Texas. Unfurnished duplex apartment, both sides vacant now, 405 East Milam Street. Mexia. See Mrs. D. A. Ford, Wortham, Phone RO5-3938. FOR RENT: 3 room furnished apartment. Private bath and entrance, garage. 300 South Kaufman. Phone GY6-2334. FOR RENT: Furnished garage apartment, extra large—nice— close to town—attic fan—apply Chas. Measels, 307 East Palestine or Phone GY6-2445. Sleeping Rooms 32 FOR RENT: Bedrtoom, 928 East Hopkins Street. Call after 4 p.m. GT6-2773. DON'T BE HALF SHOD—Bring jn those shoes for new soles and hfcl.s and get new shoe appear- nnce and wear at a fraction of the cost. Sickles & Kerzee, 213 East Palestine Street. Business Service 8 Complete Radio and Television repair service and sales—Guaranteed satisfaction—Free estimates —A and W Sales — Philco Dealers—Phone GVfi-3851. We buy, sell, rent, clean, and repair all makes of typewriters, adding machines. Leon Flatt, St«- lionoi. Phone GY6-2261. Instructions, Trade Schools 20 DIESEL~ HEAVY EQUIPMENT Trard r 'I'riiininir Service i« neltel'mg men in Iliix iirru t<> he trained fur high pay , jolis UK dU'sfl merhanim, operator* of Iriii-lurn, biilldo/erH, purls men and many Mtlu-r jiilis in thin rapidly expanding in- duslry. If you arc inerhanlc' minded iniil wnnt increased earninvx yuu owe it I,, vc.iiiM-lf to Hud out whether nr ii"l MIII CUM iiimliry. Kor full information with mi iiklii-uliiin mill t» arrange convenient ront idt-niiul porsunul interview in your liiun, mldri'.ss rt'iiliea to: TltACnilt ritVININO SEUV1CE I1OX 1.11 MKXIA, TEXAS | GoodThingsToEat 2il I'CMl SALE: Cucumbers, No. 1— 10i' Ib.: No. 2—7c, No. 3 5c. D. M. \Vili4l.l. Phono CJYC-3032. FOli SALE: Fresh cream and iilackcyc'd pt'as, corn and new iM,t;it(H-.-,. McGee's Store, Point Knterprise. Phone GYC-2953. Houses for 'Rent 34 FOR RENT: 1 3-bedfoom redee- oi'ated house; 1 2-bedi ! oom house, good location. Phone 6-2538. FOR RENT: 1 .bedroom cottage in cquntry, real nice. Almost new. Dr. H. R. Martin. Houses for Sal* 40 HOUSE WITH 2 LOTS for Sale. 214 Wilson. Call GY6-2938 after 4 p.m H- E. Black. NICE 2-BEDROOM — 6 acres, $1500.00 equity, $3900.00 bal. Loan available. IVi mi. on Groesbeck hwy. Pho. GY6-3047 or 4-6650 Waco Texas. LIVESTOCK CANNING PEAS $1.00 bu. You |,kk tltein. A. L. Roark. Rt. 4, Mi.'xiu, at Sliiloh. BAR-B-QUE • Beef • Weiners • Sausage • Chicken Home Cooked Daily ROGERS MERCANTILE CO. 823 E. Commerce GY6-2160 For Sale or Trad* 23 TRADE: 3 bedroom home, 2 baths, garden, shade. Close in, Tor .suburban property. Phone GYG-3G03. FORT WORTH — (UP^) —Livestock market today: Cattle 700. Steady. Run mostly cows. Some of these lowei again. Few head commercial anc good slaughter yearlings 15-19 Load choice mixed yearlings bought to arrive at 22..50 foi steers and 21.50 for heifers. Utility cows 11-13. Few head commercial cows to 14. Canners-cutters 8-11, Shelly cows 8. Bulls 14.25 down. Stockers scarce. Calves 100. Steady. Commercial-good slaughter calves 15-19. Choice scarce. Cull-utility 10-13. Hogs 100. Butchers steady—25c lower. Some light and heavyweights off more. Sows scarce. Choice 190 r 240 Ibs., 21. Few lots 245-315 Ibs., 18.50-20.75. Few 130 Ib. butcher pigs 16. Around 450 Ib. Sows 12. RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS These Schedules Sponsored By the Following TV Media Dealer in Mexiat A. * W. SALES CO. But what I think doem'1 er any more than it matters what S.'s teacher or his mother's fami- y thinks. It's his mother's think- ng thuf. matters here. As it's confused, let's see if we can clarify it. • • It coyld be thet her thought U this: "I want to keep E. in nursery school because it keeps him and lis troublesome jealousy out from mder my I'eet for five hours a day." this, of course, is • shockingly selfish thought. So E.'s mother nay be pretending she isn't thinking it. If so, it's why she's been pursuing the thoughts of .other aeople. It's why their thoughts lave been making her feel more and more helpless and inferior. Lei's just accept this selfish thought. It won't be easy, E.'s mother will loathe the idea' that she has a selfish idea. But the struggle to be kind toward her own selfishness is moral warfare. And I promise she'll be rewarded for. her victory. She will find kindness in herself for E.'s jealousy. Actually, there's nothing queer about this resistance to nursery school. Children who have not digested changes in their homes are not ready to digest nursery s,ch- ool's new experiences. the ted thing is. family ehunges often motivate our interest in nursery schools. The changes upset us so that we want to get rid' oi the children whom they've also upset. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE: Oak office desk 48x60 inches, .drawers on both sides, good condition, reasonable price. See at Chamber of Commerce. - Twenty r nine of eveiy 100 workers in New York state are factory workers. National average is 25 of every 100 workers. KGEN—Channel I Friday Wfdht 5:00 China Smith./ 5:30 Texas News 5:40 Weather Man 5:45 News Caravnn (NBC) 6:00 Spoils Review 6:30 Life of Riley (NBC) 7:00 Liberace 7:30 Playhouse of Stars 8:00 Cavalcade of Sports (NBC) . 8:45 To Be Announced 9:00 Racket Squad 9:30 Stories of the Century 10:00 Tomorrow's News Tonight 10:10 Weather Man 10:15 Lute Date Theater 11:15 Wrestling Tryouts 11:45 Sign Off WFAA-WBAP 120 Friday Night 5:00 Eddie Fisher 5:15 News 5:30 Bob Crawford Show 5:43 News 6:00 Man on the Go 6:15 Music; Farm News 6:30 News of the World 0.-4S News; Sports 7:00 Dinah Shore Show 7:15 Frank Sinatra Show 7:30 US National Open Golf Tournament 8:00 Calvacade of Sports 8:45 Sports Highlights 6:00 The Avenger 9:30 The Sealed Box 10:00 News 10:15 News of the World 10:30 Proudly We Hail 11:00 Here's To Music 12:00 Sign Off XMLD 1010 Friday Night 5:00 Allan JacKson 5:15 Red Skelton 5:30 News / 5:45 Lowell Thomas 6:00 News 6'15 Sportsfinal 6:30 Sports; Weather 6:49 News, Edward R. Mttirow 7:00 Godfrey Digest 7:30 Disc Derby 8:00 Perry Como Show , 8:15 Bing Crosby '•'•-• 8:30 Amos 'n Andy > 9:00 Sports;- WeMher; Top 20 • 9:45 Tennessee Ernie " 10:00 News; Analysis : 10:15 Sports; News .10:30 Hillbilly Hit Parade 11:00 News 11:05 Hillbilly Hit, Parade 11:30 Herman Walkman WANTADS 1BLBA8B IN ATn*NOON fATIU OT PVDAT. JWNi 11 An>w« Nursery Fovoriftf ACBOM 1" — Willie Winkle" 4 "Mistress contrary • Smile broadly 12 Trouble ' U Toward the sheltered lid* 14 Genus of 19 Anier 10 Treeless plains, 18 Scaly 20 Beflinninf 21 "The Mttle red--" 22 Che«rful 24 Wolfhound | 20 Deficiency I dlspaie, 27 "TJJtre was a crooked ^^ ^ » 30 Not rough 32 Ridicule 34 Regard 39 Wipes out 31 Worm 37Yeuaf DOWN ICry 2 Ireland 1 Circus animals 4 Stonecutter 9 and alack 6 Worship 7 Affirmative tote 9» Prince Charlie" 9 Periods oi time 10 Pain 11 Spar 17 Snoopier It French revenue 23 Command 24 Crooked 29 Minus - . - u i-j [-1 LU j m en ti c«j r \ wj L- M Greek platforms 27 Unhappy 28 Fruit drinks 20 Bird'* home 31 Scabrous (prefix) 33 Graded 31 Refund 40 Give back 41 Move furtively 42Saure! 43 Orifice 44 Where leprechauns abound 49 Attorneys <ab.) 47 "Billy—— Gruff" 48 Finishes 50 "Little-— Riding Hood- 40 Attend 41 Indian welfbt 42 Ripidity 4ft Wrap a wound 49 United 31 African cape 92 Operatic 191* 53 Girl's name 94 "Little Boy Blue" was one 53 Reject Why is it most kids ore so well informed obour onything they don't hove to study? *HU* 97 Diminutive •affixes rVtcfcftt EVER SINCE ICARUS/^ MEN HAVE TRIED TO ' FUV WITH A SMALU APPARATUS... 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