The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas on June 23, 1955 · Page 4
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June 23, 1955

The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 4

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THE MEX1A DAILY HEWS, MEXIA, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 19SS —^PAGE FC VTR 5^.-," '.V Summer Crops In Texas Make Excellent Progress AUSTIN — (UP) - Summer ( «r* making "excellent pro- «j:lft th« eastern half of Tex- w i» tt result of beneficial rains, m \3. S. Department of Agri- i uHure says. 't$Mfvever, the agency said con- I MeHblc replanting of cotton and iotihums, particularly in the low tailing plains, Was forced by hail iftd washing rains in that area. ' Moisture was reported short Hi mtich of the southern high plains, and drouth continued to plague South Texas. Cotton insects were building Up is rains washed off poison. !• Field work was very active in Jouth central, coastal, eastern and ioulhern high plains counties. T Recurring rains held field work it a standstill in the low rolling blaihs, cross timbers, and black- lands. • Srr.alll grain harvest neared completion, except for high plains wheat. Combining was started ih southern high plains counties. Cool weather delayed maturity of the short northern high plains crop. The agency reported an '"exceptionally good corn crop has reached the roasting eat* ; stage in blackland and East Texas counties. Farmers were reported having difficulty in getting and maintaining a stand of cotton in eastern cross timbers, northern plateau, and many plains coun ties. Beating rains and hail during the week made replanting of additional acreage necessary, some for the third time. You can win a core-free, colorful Millionaire'! Dream Vocation 'or two *o gay Havana — with all expenses paid! Just complete t'-e Cook's Jingle and you may ipend V sun-ki»ed dorv and 4 lomonlic nights in America'* 'ovor'fe vocation-land. Fly round trip en tuper-powered Delta C & S Constellation Stay ol the exotic new Hotel Vedado. AND, you get $250.00 cash to spend on meals and incidentals! A FIEE TUP TO HAVAHA EXCITING FUST PRIZE JINttl YOUR WAV TO MAMN4AND ... fcMvtiffvl, ctltrfvl HAVANA! ^ ^ 2O TIRRIFiC FftlZiS - '•• III Pfilp All-Expenje-Poid Round-Trip for two to Havana plut $250.00 cash. $'00.00 cash. 4tfc>Mth Prilt $20.00 Gift Certificate redeem. able in merchandise ot any Cook Point Store or Dealer • ... v ... -./ .. irSSOUSrTOENTfftf "* purchase is necesMry. All .you have to do it Tfl*»» in to our irore and gel a FREE entry blank and ,lilVir a lot* line 'or thirCook's Jingle., FAMILY CET«TOG£ ! fHER - -A pair ot second-generation Cros- bys checks 'over torn* OTth* music they'll sing together during i the summer on the Bob Crosby TV show. Gary Crosby is Bing's ; eldest son. Cathy It Bob Crosby's 16-year-old daughter. Thornton Cook's Point it the wonderful way new color IP leu than a day there isn't e doubt •thai {nside.snd out COOK'S PAINTS 1.1. RIDDLE & CO. MEYIA, TEXAS •Visitors' in the It. J. Reynolds hohic over the week end were, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sessions and daughter of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Bet- tic Scroggins and granddaughter of Dallas, and Mrs. Stella Schaf! fen of Corsicana. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Reynolds and daughters of Mcxia, visited his father, T. E. Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Reynolds and family Sunday. Our hearts were saddened last week by the passing of Mrs. Ivy Nicholeson, who was making net home with her son and daughter- in-law Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Nichole- son of Dickinson: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson are spending the week in Cameron with their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Powell. Mrs. J. B. Treece is visiting a few days in Houston with her children there 1 . ••••".' Mrs. HomeV Adams and Mrs. Eva Green spent Saturday in V/acp visiting ,, Mrs., ;Adams' daughter- and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tadlock Phylis and Jolmic accompanied their grandmother home .for the" week end. Gene Caldwell visited over the week end in. Huntsvillc with Harold Dokupil. Mrs. Howard Stanford and children of Pasadena are spending the week with her parents M*-. and Mrs. M. E. Cannon. Those visiting in the Amos Gibson home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Shcp. Gibson and boys, of Baytown, and ,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Odem of Garland, and Mrs, Fox Doughtie visited last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Saddler and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Baldwin of Seale visited Mr. and Mrs Raymond Bcrnhart and daughter in Irwin Sunday. Mrs. R. L. Hayes of Galveston, is visiting her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. anu Mrs, M. M. Jackson. Mexia Chapter No. 131, R. A. M., Stated meeting 7:00 p. m Thursday, June 23. Members urged to attend. J. A. Fuller, II. P. R. j. Harper, Secy. th* EASY payment way Check These Low PAYMENTS improve your HOME Fasdntiing Book Marco Polo,- while a prisoner n Genoa, Italy, dictated a detailed account of his wanderings prisoner, Rusticiano. The book is the most : .flfetinating of early travel works. Perpetual Right By treaty, the United States has a pt-rprtual right of occupation, use, and control of the Panama Canal Zone, for which it pays tho Republic of Panama a stipulated amount each year. USE THE WANT AD8 DR. JOHN R. DOBBS, JR. Optometrist. Bowlen Bond Bldg. Phone 192 ... Tcague J. W. HAWKINS It 8011 GAS. reg. 23.9; No-KnOJt M.t Premium Oil. quarl 3*c Wrecker Service USED CARS Phone <SY8-902§ Highwar 14—South o! Ct»d« Se« Ddvy fought! If Amount of Purchase is ... $200.00 $400.00 $600.00 $800.00 $1000.00 Lowest Monthly Payment Is $6.39 $12.78 $19.17 $25.56 $31.94 . . . and remember NO DOWN PAYMENT We'll take over the details . . . You'll enjoy the results. FREE ESTIMATES THE NEECE LUMBER CO. 101 E. Palestine GY6-3854 DAVY WIN afftEE '' : v|y" : &: rip to thiii^LAMO « IT . ••>» -*..., K •;-.- Y.: iS ;*ft.: ; >« , J •' "•.. ^' ENTER THE BIG MISSION DAVY CROCKETT CONTEST! New contest every week. Enter as many times as you like. You've heard about Davy Crockett...you've seen .him on TV. NOW...' see for yourself where Davy Crockett fought. See the very ipot whert h» battled for the freedom of Texas in the Alamo at San Antonio. Just enter the Mission Davy Crockett Contest today ... win an all-expense-paid trip to the Alamo in San Antonio! HERE'S ALL YOU DO TO ENTER JUST LOOK WHAT YOU SET!] 1. Draw a picture of Davy Crockett on a piece of plain white paper. 2. Enclose the top panel of a six-pack carton of Mission beverages in cans or six topi from Individual can? 3. Send your drawing, along with your name, ad&ets and age to Mission DAVY CROCKETT CONTEST. 1111 WEST LANCASTER, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. 1. Free trip for you and cne parent to Son Antonio and return via luxurious Greyhound bus. 2. Accommodations for both at the fomow Gunter Hotel. . 3. Guided Gray Line Tour of Son Antonio. 4. Dinner at famous Case Rio restayiont) gondola ride on San Antonio river, 5; Guided tour of 'the Alamo, where ywill see the spot where Davy Crockett fought. DEXTROSE ENRICHED ', ENJOY WONDERFUL MISSION BEVERAGES IN MIRACANS!* • No deposit • No return • Easy to stack 7 delicious carbonated flavors OFFICIAL RULE I. Draw o picture of Davy Crockett ot a pit<* of plain paper 19 n 10 whit* ncttbfjok paper will be fine) • Orange • Cola • Strawberry • Root Beer • Black Chcrr/ • Up • Grapt |. All tnlfifl mutt b* accompanied by lh« top of a tin pock carton ot •fir ft«v«r .Million l«vr/OQfi ineom Of lift top* fro"> cam,; or leoto foctimiliet. lie careful in cutting oul topi) ). Mail your picture, the eorlon lop nrfdreii and nge 'o MISSION DAVY CROCKETT CONTEST, 1111 W. LANCASTER fORT WORTH.TEX 4. Conleil il rtilmltd to boyi nnd girlt 14 ytort ol age and under, f. Winner will receive all enprme paid trip (or letf and one parent TIPS TO MOM: You'll like the way Mission canned beveragei stack in the refrigerator. No worries about broken bottles either. Buy Mission by the handy 6-can carton! • fira(an) MIRACLE OF CONVENIENCE ,^^^^^ff^ MiroCan is the new trademark of tlie American Can Company's scientifically """"«""•"•'•' designed, flavor-locked, iparkle-iealed, carbonated beverage can. ^ Safeway has the lowest shelf prices in town... SAFEWAY Low Shelf Prices! LuLani Crushed Pineapple .No. 1 can 13c Castle Crest—Halved or Sliced Peaches 303 can 25c Highway Purple Plums No. 2V2 can 25c Standard. Water Pak Blackberries 303 can 25c Libby Fruit Cocktail No. 2X2 can 35c Sweetened. Full O' Gold Orange Juice 46 oz. can 29c Trecsweet Lemon Juice, Two 51/2 oz. cans 25c Taste Tells Pork & Beans -Two 300 cans 23c Del Monte Whole Kernel Golden Corn 303 can 16c Anthem Early June Peas 303 can 25c Slur Kist Egg Noodle & Tuna .. 15 oz. can 27c Tuste Tells Spaghetti . —..Two 300 cans 25c Black Hawk Pigs Feet — 14 oz. jar 30c (Jebhardts £agle Sandwich Spread Two o. V* en 25c Strawberry, Vanilla, or Choc. Junket Ice Cream Powder two 4 oz. pk. 25c Low Shelf Prices! Stein Size. Bondware Paper Cups Two 9-cnt. pkgs. 29c Economy—9 inch size Paper Plates Two 10 cnt. pk. 25c Kingsford Briquets 10 Ib. pkg. 69c Kitchen Charm Wax Paper 100-ft. roll 19c Show Boat Short Grain Rice 2 Ib. pkg. 31c Kellogg Variety Pack 10-cnt. pkg. 33c Yellow, White, Fudge, Spice or Orange. Pillsbuiy Cake Mix 17oz. pkg. 29c Pure Cane Sugar 10 Ib. pkg. 85c Woodbury Facial Soap Three reg. bars 25c Woodbury Facial Soap Two bath bars 25c Real Kill—Sprayer und Insecticide 32 oz. ctn. 89c Old Mill Cider Vinegar qt. bot. 23c Sioux Bee Extract Honey 8 oz. jar 21c Kraft French Dressing . 8 oz. jar 21 c Ueblutrdlb Barbecue Sauce 7 oz. can 1 Ic Low Shelf Prices! Old Mill Cider Vinegar 'gal. jug 75c- Red Hill Tomato Catsup _ _._.14oz. bot. 18c Man/.. HolsuiM Stuffed Olives 3 oz. bot. 33c He in is Hamburger Relish __11-oz. bot. 29c Pirates' Gold Graham Crackers 1 Ib. pkg. 33c FluiM-Est Marshmallows _.... 7 ....l Ib. pkg. 28c Cocoanut Creim; Roxbury Candy '11 oz. pkg. 29c Midget Caramels Roxbury Candy 8 oz. pkg. 37c Crown Colony Vanilla Extract 2 oz. bot. 40c Pullliolivi! Rapid Shave 11 oz. ctn. 98c Plastic, Unbreakable. Kvenllo Nurser 8 oz. size 33c Dulewood Margarine .. . . 1 Ib pkg. 24c Large, Grade A—Bivakiast Gums White Eggs doz. 55c Premium Quality. Bel-air Fro/en Lemonade Two 6 oz. cans 29c Assorted Flavors--Cragmont Fine Beverages Two 32 oz. bots. 29c We tvsurvc Iliu ri«lu U> limit nuumiu^ uiul tu refuse sales tu Uvulvr« am! iheir rfprericiilulivi'S.

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