The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas on June 22, 1955 · Page 3
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June 22, 1955

The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 3

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MEXtA DAILT NEWS, MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, .TONE 42, 19SS- Tommy Mil,., i, : , s ,,,. jvod fmm Aman, Jorrbn. wlmro lu- was con- net-led with the U. S. Kmhassy, to spend two mnnili* |,. ; ,vi> with his parents. ! J( .f m( . l(|)n ,ij ]1R 1n ]s(;in . bill. Turkey, fnv duty. I\: r . Miles visited in Bicnit. Lebanon; Istanbul, Turkey; Paris. iind London, before arriving i,i the states He toured the Ka,t c-o;ist and Florida en route to IvU>xia. : .- * -•;•Mrs. Jimmv ni a j r ;lllc1 pon Brown, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. U. c. sx.-fly, in JSilsbee.' STOPsiMPLE DIARRHEA Gtl fast, Soothing Relief wifh HRCY MEDICINE Mexia Chapter No. Kil, H. A. M., Stated meetinu 7;00 p. m. Tluirsd.-iy, June 23. Members urged to attend. J. A. Fuller, II. P. I'. J. Harper, Secy. Luncheon Honoree Look For Hubby's Good Points Br RUTH MILLETT Miss Cathereene McGrail K shown by fhe table on which the many gifts she received were displayed, at a surprise luncheon given for her Saturday by Mrs. Frank Ruth in celebration of her birthday anniversary. COOLS MORE..7 A full IVi-H.P, unit! Mad* to handle large living- dining areas! COSTS LESS... Less to buy . . . and far less to operate! 1AO95 ONLY WW7 A. N. LITTLE TV 104 N. Sherman GY6-3830 includ.t out«moll« fhermoitat ».-., ( ,-j, .. complete summer eals- ••*;•?> • ; this Easy Way— Electrically! You don't have to heat up the entire kitchen to cook summer meals for your family. The smaller electrical cooking appliances do a full-size job. And — with your low electric rates, the cost is small. COMBINATION GRILL Grilled sandwiches, bacon oi sccaks are quickly and tastefully prepared on this handsome grill. WAFFLE IRON Waffles make a delightful summer meal — either for brc'ikfa.st, noon or Sunday night snack. Bake at the table. CASSEROLE A one dish meal is a grand idea for summer eating. The electric casserole can be placed right on the table. ••• ROASTER Complete meals — meat, vegetables and gravy may be prepared in a/i automatic roaster. Does not heat up the kitchen. ICE CREAM FREEZER YOU DON'T COOK IN AN I-:i.l:CTRlC ICli CRliAM FRliJ'ZIiK but they are marvelous for making fine ice cream. The kiddies will a*k that you make plenty — store it in your home f reciter.' SOLD ON EASY TERMS BY VOUR DEALER! rWfsrnN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Miss McGrail Named Honoree at Surprise Birthday Luncheon Miss Cathereene McGrail was named honoree at a surprise bir- | thday luncheon given Saturday noon by Mrs. Frank Ruth. The many gifts were dsipteyed on the. dining table which was laid with a pink cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink carnations and white daisies. The birthday cake of pink and white was topped with the inscription "Happy Birthday Cath- ereene" and flanked with one pink taper. An artistic bouquet of blue daisies were featured in the living room. Those present were Miss McGrail, Mrs. Raymond Dillard, Mrs. B. M. Davis, Mrs. W. M. Dil- kird, Miss Ileene Westmoreland, Miss Nanine Simmons, Miss Ellie Hughes, Mrs. Will Wright, Mrs. Joseph Byers, Mrs. Noel Hollingsworth, Mrs. Jean Pyburn and Mrs. Ben Jackson. Mrs. Ruth was assisted with the courtesies by Mrs. Vernon Jones, Miss Nancy Ann Dillard and Mr. Ruth. HURRY COMANCHE PETUNIAS Also King Henry (red) pink and white coleus, red salvia shrimp and geranium plants. A gardener is a man who never lets grass grow und er his feet. Sparks B. Jenkins Phonel GY6-3816 It's foolish for a wife: To assume and try to prove that she has belter judgment than her husband. The man who is frequently forced to say ' "You were right, dear" soon changes it to "You were right—as usual." To assume that her husband is just a grouch if he doesn't enjoy entertaining or being entertained by the people the wife considers important. Maybe she ought to look around for a different group of friends. To low-rate her husband when she is talking to her women friends. All that gets her is their pity or contempt and no right-thinking woman wants either. To refuse to share her husband's outside interests. She'll find it is mighty lonesome when he stops asking her to go along. To try and change her husband by pointing out his faults to him. She'll have much better luck if she notices his good qualities and keeps quiet when she is tempted to say "It you only wouldn't . . ." or "If you only would ..." To assume that because he leaves home every day, his life isn't as filled with problems and frustrations as is her own. Wives who think they have the. Worst of it usually assume that their husbands lead exciting, interesting lives. To think that because he married her it is his duty to go on loving her. No man ever loved a woman from a sense of duty. To compare her husband unfavorably with the men she might have married. If she didn't pick the best of the lot that is her fault, not his. Wm. D. Pittmons Parents of Son Dr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Pittman are the parents of a baby boy, born Sunday, June 19, in a local hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds and ten ounces at birth and has been named Wesley Edward. The paternal grandparents of the baby are Dr. and Mrs. W. Duke Pittman of Mexia, and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Coffman of Fort Smith, Ark. The couple has one other child, Laurayne Lou, aged two years. o •— • Peggy Jean Flowers Weds G. Kilgore Mrs. M. T. Flowers announces the marriage of her daughter, Peggy Jean, to Garland Kilgore, of Marlin. The wedding was performed June 11. The couple are making their home in Marlin where Mr. Kilgore is employed by the light company. Dial GY6-2884 GENEWOMACK for I ALL KINDS OF NSURANCE Al Bilrhday Party Mike Marrs (center) ii shown with two of hit guests. Rodney Allbright (left) and Johnny NMCC (right) during a party held at the City Park Sunday in celebration of Mike'i eleventh birthday anniversary. (Mexia Daily News Photo.) Mike Marrs Feted At Birthday Party Sunday Afternoon Mike Marrs celebrated his eleventh birthday anniversary, Sunday, when his mother, Mrs. Jack Marrs, gave a swimming party in his honor. After the children. enjoyed swimming in the local pool, refreshments were served in the City Park. The pink and green birthday cake was iscribed "Happy Birthday." Those celebrating with Mike were T ini Marlin, Tommy Thompson, Johny Neece, Johnny Tacker, John Roy Trueloye, Drew Allbright, Rodney Allbright and Woody Marrs. Other guests were Rob Clifford and Ginny Pat Schuh. Mrs. Marrs was assisted with the courtesies by Mrs. R. L. Cliford and Miss Jacqueline Marrs. Each guest was given a comic book as a party favor. David and Ruth Ellen Gardner, of Texas City, are visiting their grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. Duke Pittman, while their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Walton B. Gardner attend the Lions' convention in Atlantic City, N, J., and visit along the East coast, Also visiting in the Pittman home is Mrs. W. E. Pittman, who has been visiting in Texas City and is now en route to Geiger, Alabama, for a visit. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hodges and children, Denny and Sue, of Wheeling, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McKnight and children, Deanna and Joey, of Lakeview; Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McKnight and Donna Jo of Kilgore, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Camp and Roxie Keen, of Houston, have returned to their homes after visiting Mr. and j Mrs. W. D. Hodges. • * * Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hight and daughter, Paige, of Houston, are visiting Mr, Hight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hight. Ty Bain of Kilgore, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bain, Tuesday. BEAT THE HEAT With Large 4,000 CFM Squirrel Type EVAPORATIVE AIR COOLER Complete with pump and window kit... only $ 149 50 Kenneth E. 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