The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas on June 24, 1955 · Page 2
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The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 2

Mexia, Texas
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Friday, June 24, 1955
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THE MEXIA DAILY NEWS, MEX1A, TEXAS. TTUDAY, JUNE 24, 1955 PAGE TWO was attendearfce : *r tittle Bond, Mrs - school at . Baptist cHSftftliere, Closed Saturday nigWvttfi a program that had good attendance. We Jisd an etirdttffilpt 61 fi^ aftd averafe Mrs. Byron and Mrs. Lee lOMM| fcs with v rton and Mrs. Lola Fecfjson and Mrs. jC^hestefle Kennedy, taHerhate, as aiMistants; Mrs. Gi$c$^eite;#'a» -irif; ; $»|fg«;j of refreshiftents and Mrs. Chester Reed was Isec-tftas., Attendants, included, sd»O|p»i^»r«tt, jer-, sonyille arf^JR|HF*W| e ' .-' ' Mrs. riillfrwfm dhd daOfeht^r, Pamela, of T8h(ue, visited BiW« school one mottling last week and spent the rertiathdeir of thfc day with -their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. gilal 'Ban* Ah? -visittef Mr rf*wTNftip. Btitkl WtNs Mi's. L<f- nn Seay ahd^augfiteV of 'fort Worth. . ... Mrs. Chester freed. Bobby Heed and Avis Cox, attended Bible school at jpersopvifle, Tuesday night.- ' Ji V Mr. . and. -Mrs. Leopard Hacdi- scn had seyeral pi their children visiting tHem ^undasr. Mr. 'and Mrs. Kcllus WiUjarns of Houston, visited his jiar^ntis, Mr. and Mrs.,E. Hf. Wjlliams dui;-' ing the weekend. • Mrs. J. Williams, who is attending school; at JJjam Houston State college was home for the weekend. ' ,,;^V : ' ; ''. ; iU' ; £-.';- v ':>' f \ ••''••'*'••, ^ Mr. m-jjfe&tetil Up, had his sister^. Momfc*lJ wd , h,URbind of WcBlaCalyisit|r^:th,em oyer the • ' ' BABE DO!If« FINE GALVESTON — (W) — Ufa. Ba*»e Didrikson Znha'fiaa was rt- ported "resting corttfortiibly'" tor .day fyom an operation t<j jcorisct a' ruptured disc in her spiflal column. The famed athlete underwent surgery at John, Sealy Hospital Wednesday. Doctors emphasized that the injury had noTOTinectinn with a malignancy that floored til* Babe tw» years ago. was flilleved tdftflve Siif- the ttfiiry when she and other women golfers pushed a car out of a sandbed. Dr. S. R. Slpiifrass said Mrs. •Zaharias .would bi out of action Ifohi thfee to elx minths recUp- from tft« operation. pain seents to be considerably lessened, from what it was before the operation," a hospital attendant said, * Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wadle spent Saturday in 'Hubbard and visited dn Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Johhhie Wadle of Mexia Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whiseh- hunt were in Palestine, Sunday to see Mrs: Herman Smart, sister of Mrs. Whisenhunt, who was injured-" In, a car wreck/ Saturday afternoon in Palestine. . Herman Smart and son-in-law of Paleiiine .were Forest* Glbde and Mexia visitors Saturday. Mr.^and Ife*: Butter Kardjwick of Bogatfe visited Mrs. yelma Sims this week. Mr. arid and cJ>i 'soend: . Ernest Willams iFwt Worth, will O. L. Henry vhad ; tl ton, Fairfiejdl • , * . v lA*M-".-.a .•"At'f i Mr Wai Pbs«y day, _ Brothers Mr. ai left for' as, Wt G roos and Mexia" Mr. a El Paso, B. Y. Iferion SMrns of •; and-Mrs. GALVEftTO* - triml o« Mn. Ann Williams, 28, charged with killing en& butchering her two small gon»- last P*b. 18, has bt-en postponed by agreement until October. JTh^ *ri»T-was originally set for May'23,and then wag postponed ti> ' ' *•• The San Jqolhtd ifohiltmnt in Houston,; Te«ai, 'is the world's tallest stone i monument 1 —570 'ft., 4 inchoa. '• "'f - LV ''' ; . '•'.'•< '•''•'< •-- ; ' MU. V9-' ' UlE THfc AD8 By United Presc The TeJtas City Texans played and won their first game of the second half Big State League's season yesterday and now rest in first place. The Texans beat Tyler, 3 to 1. in, the other games Corpus Chrfati Hammered Austin 17 to 1, and Haflingen downed Waco, 5 fc 3, Today, Texas City plays at Tyler, Austin at Corpus Christi and Wacp at Harlingen. JiftS Basso's twt/-run double in .the iOth inninf gave Texas City its Win over Tyler. Elmer Toth registered his 12th conquest of the season, with the Tigers' Jodie Phipp$ taking the loss. Tyler missed a chartce to win thu game in the boi.t6tn of the ninth when they loacled the bases with none out, but a double play and a groundout ended the opportunity. Billy Mills scattered eight Waco hits and- Harlingen hit time; ly for the Capitols' win over the Pirates. Mills limited Waco to four singles for the first seven innings then gave up four more in the last two frames when the Pirates did all their scoring. A two-run homer by Pete Etheir started the Capitols to their victory. They added a run in the on two ,errors and posted their final pair of tallies in the eighth on three hits. The Pirates loser was Cleo Lewrig'ht.. Corpus Christi's Clippers rap* ped four Austin pitchers for 18 hits as they smothered Austin. Rene Vega won his 15th garr e, giving up only seven hits, striking out five and issuing no walks. Dean Stafford provided enough margin for Vegn with a two-run homer in the.first inning. Ke.ith Little hit two horners in a eight- run Clipper sixth inning outburst. MATTHEW .bESTHo¥«o iv FORT WORTH — (UP) — A $100,0(10 fire has destroyed the Sleep Ezy Mattress Co. The fire started on the first floor of the two-story bulding, ^mong cotton bales and loose cotton which was used in^the manufacture of. mattresses. Hawaii is called the "half-way house of the Pacific." ^~"-™~*iiirfiM Get the , .•^••^•»* • ^^ ^^*A^m> ** ' ForUSSM*^ IJM^/DHPjOa WORLD S LARGEST SELLER AT EX-eOHVICT ADMITS MUrtDER OF GIRL ROME. Ga. —(UP> A paroled ex-convict with a long criminal record has confessed thnt he fcssec' at the spot. 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