Ennis Daily News in Ennis, Texas
24 Sep 1972

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24 Sep 1972

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Ennis Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Ennis, Texas Microfilm Canter inc ?. J. A kit a va36 Oil 11-3, to. 72ennis 14waxahachie 0 Corsicana 23 Duncanville 14 Vernon ride Gladewater 121 Marlin 15athens la i Jacksonville 0waco�?moore 9 i. M. Terrell 8�be a Nitis Bally Sterna in the Eightieth year the associated press leased wire Ennis. Texas 75119 sunday september 24, 1972 eight pages ten cents no. 227 Lions drub Waxahachie in mistake featured game there by score of 14 to 0 Ennis High school 1972 cheerleaders Lorraine Jelinek Yolanda Bennett Monica Novak Janis cant Cynthia Haskovec and Faye Dozier. In Quot Innis two persons injured in Ali Chc a accidents near palmers by catty to two persons were injured through the bus floor and struck patrolmen Charles Ingram and ii. A in of Iri. It Jim Burdette from Ennis. By catty thought for today a the trouble with political jokes is that sometimes they get three up and three Down and the third one the a Ellis county championship a As the fighting Lions Friday night clawed the Wax indians for a 14-to-0 Victory on the indians Battleground. Congratulations Lions and May the Victory Trail be unblocked. And by the Way fans is there anyone who does no to belong to the lion backers there a a place to show appreciation any lion Backer will sign you up or see that ifs done Secretary Elizabeth Bryant has a card a waiting Quot for you a today a chuckles a dad in be got my first part in a play Quot said the Young would be actor. A i play a Man who s been married 20 a a that a Fine son Quot replied the father. A next time you might even get a speaking where there a a will there a relatives. 4, affable Gene Sorenson new Ennis merchant came to Texas from the Frozen North Minnesota and Wisconsin while he was still in College a and loves ,. And he and his family Are mighty Well pleased with Ennis by the Way Ennis gets in your blood like a Good tonic As this de found out a Quarter of a Century ago two persons were injured one apparently seriously in separate traffic accidents near Palmer later Friday afternoon and Early evening. In a one car mishap Harold w. Davis of Ennis travelling alone driving a 1972 Ford lost control of his car ran off in 45, and hit a Bridge about 5 10 . He was brought to Ennis municipal Hospital and transferred to a Dallas Hospital. Investigators described the car As demolished. A Continental trailways Golden Eagle bus at 7 45 . Blew a front tire in the area and in a Freak Accident in the North Lane one passenger was injured. The tire tread was hurled through the bus floor and struck and injured the ankle of passenger Aubrey Mcmullen of Dallas who was brought to Ennis municipal Hospital for treatment. William Harold Knight of Mesquite was Driver of the bus. The bus was stopped without damage except that which was received from the tire tread. Both accidents were investigated by Highway by Charles e. Gentry the Ennis Lions Defeated the Waxahachie indians 14-0 Friday night in a mistake filled game As both teams made enough mistakes to last for an entire season. Hie Lions Drew 160 Yards in penalties while the indians had 85 in the contest for a total 23 penalties Between the two of them. After a scoreless first Quarter the Lions got on the Board with a 15 Yard pass play from quarterback Gary Renfro to end Gary Gilmore to Cap a 55 Yard drive. Gilmore added the extra Point and the Lions went into the dressing room at halftime with a 7-0 advantage. The indians made their biggest threat of the night just before halftime when quarterback Steve Howell passed to halfback Lynn Davis for a to but it was nullified by a penalty As the half ended. The third Quarter was scoreless As the scrappy indians held the lion offence to very Little yardage most of the night. In the fourth Quarter the Lions added another touchdown with James Harper going Over from five Yards out and Gilmore added the extra Point. The to was set up following a Fumble recovery at the Indian five Yard line after the Waxahachie stopped the Lions at the four Yard line. On the first play the Joe Poff honoured by am prominent at Ennis i weather partly Cloudy and a warmer tomorrow. Little Lake Bardwell Elevation Normal today 421 419.51 valued credit course heralded recommended by retail merchants education program of the Extension division the University of Texas at Austin the course is sponsored locally by retail merchants Assn. Of Ennis and credit Bureau services of Waxahachie. It is designed for All business and professional office employees in customer account control and offers Many ideas and materials for the medical dental and Hospital professions As Well. William j. Trickles credit specialist from the University of Texas at Austin will conduct the course his own successful career covers three different areas of business Over a 30 year period Strickler a humorous and Down to Earth approach to teaching explains his popularity in a number of states As Well As Canada. Basic material to be covered in the course includes the Legal aspects of truth in lending Texas consumer credit ode Texas hot Check Law and the fair credit reporting act Cost for this course is $10 and includes materials. For further information Call Pat Lisman at 875 5893 or Glenda Huston 937-3240 Fumble occurred and the Lions moved in for the last score of the night. The Lions Drew 14 penalties for 160 Yards to keep most of their offence in Check while the indians had about the same kind of trouble As they Drew 9 penalties for 85 Yards. Ennis had the Edge in total offence As they had 251 Yards total offence to the indians 43 Yards. The lion defense played Tough All night As did the indians defense to keep the offensive teams on their heels most of the night. James Marsh was the leading Tackler for the Lions while Artis Branch led the Indian defense. Although the game was played on a wet Field it did not take any of the hard hitting from the teams As they gave out on every Down. The indians have failed to score in three games to Date but if their offence Ever catches up with their defense they will give probe theft from vehicle in Ellis co. The sheriffs dept is investigating the theft of a welding attachment from the pickup of Gary Farmer of Waxahachie Friday night. The theft took place at Sterrett while or. Farmer was repairing a Flat tire on his vehicle. Fca will elect official staff the Ennis High chapter of the Fellowship of Christian athletes i will hold its first meeting wednesday september 27. Hie purpose of the meeting will be to elect officers for the 72-73 school year. All members Are urged to attend. Teague tells of Grant on cattle ills someone trouble Down the line As they play very aggressive. The Lions defense played Well in the game holding the indians in Check with Fletcher Johnson Donnie Miller Greg Kudrna and James Lockhart Manning the four Down men spots most of the night. Doug Gadberry led the line backing Crew along with Randy Lewis and Harold Sheffield. Marsh was assisted in the Backfield by James Harper Louis Bullins and Harold Fields. The Lions top Ball Carrier for the season to Date Stanley Robinson went out Early in the game with an injury and did not return to the lineup. The extent of his injury is not known at this time but he will probably be Back in the line up next week for the Palestine game. Also Doug Gadberry was injured late in Teh game when he hit a chair on an out of Bounds play. He injured an ankle but the extent of the injury is not known at this time. A report later in the week will be made As the status of their returning for the game Friday night. Next week the Lions will Host Palestine who lost to Bryan Friday night 26-6. The Yard stick eds was first Downs 19 7 Rushing 210 15 passing 56 28 passes 4-14 3-19 pass int. I 0 fumbles lost 2 2 punts 4-37 10-33 penalties 14-160 9-85 score by quarters Ennis 0 7 0 7 14 Waxahachie 0 0 0 0 0 Gene Sorenson Gene Sorenson new congressman Olin Teague own of of Hall drug . Strickler dealing effectively with the Public is just one of the important parts of credit accounts management to be covered in a special three night course beginning monday oct. 16. Business and professional office employees meet three evenings from 7 to to at the Home demonstration club House in Reagor Springs a Central location for Ellis county business people. Offered by the distributive Joe Poff outstanding Ennis High senior has been named president s scholar by Texas a amp a qualifying for a five year scholarship. You that you have been designated As a Texas a amp a University presidents sch Colar. You were nominated for this distinctive award by your High school principal or. Harlin j. Dauphin who con siders you As one of the outstanding students in your school. To be selected by the University faculty scholarships committee to receive one of the Twenty scholarships of see Joe Poff Page 8 Joe Poff son of or. And mrs. Jack Poff and Ennis High senior received the following letter from pm. Logan Secretary of faculty scholarships committee Texas a amp a University or. Joe Scott Poff 1414 Sun Dale Street Ennis. Texas 75119 dear or. Poff it is my pleasure to inform was informed tuesday economic development association that they have approved a $120,414 Grant to be Given to the state of Texas for research in the eradication of the cattle diseases that Are seriously harming Texas $2 billion cattle Industry. The Grant was requested As a result of the 1972 increase in cases of screw worm tick fever and scabies. This increase resulted in a Federal quarantine on cattle from several counties and threatened future cattle production in the entire state. Without treatment the diseases would have caused an estimated direct toss last year in excess of $32 million. The funds will be used by the state to hire additional animal health inspectors to conduct a program pinpointing the extent of the parasites within counties and demonstrating on the spot eradication measures. The program will be worked through the Texas state animal health commission and the Southwest animal health research foundation at Mission Texas. The state of Texas will add $133,742 in other funds to meet the total program Cost of $252,156 is enjoying Ennis Gene Sorenson extensively experienced registered pharmacist who has purchased Halls pharmacy on s. Dallas st., states that he and his family Are Well pleased with Friendly Ennis. The store name has been slightly changed Halls drug Gene Sorenson pharmacist. Or. Sorenson came Here from Marlin where he most recently had been with the sanitarium drug for four years. He was born in Minnesota and came to Texas when he was 21 years old he was attending the University of Wisconsin at the time and As his parents already had moved to and gone into business at Wichita Falls he took a look at the 34-degrees below Zero situation one Day and decided that he was coming to Texas and did. He was graduated from the University of Texas with a is in pharmacy and was registered in 1959 her served in the signal corps in the u s army two years 1954-56 the family is lutheran but As there is no lutheran Church Here they plan to accept invitations to visit other churches to which they have been invited. He has joined the Ennis rotary club and has been a guest at other civic clubs the sore sons live at 609 n Preston his family consists of is wife the former Delores Joan Gray of Austin and four children Dana 16 Michael 14 Mark 12, and a daughter Hana to. The youngsters All have special talents and these will be described one Day soon at the store mrs Sorenson is the bookkeeper and mrs t o Hall former owner with her late husband for a number of years is helping and seeing that the sore sons Are Well introduced to the Community. A we have had Fine neighbourly treatment and Good patronage Quot said or Sorenson a for which we Are deeply a Little later said or. Sorenson a grand opening will be held with the Public cordially invited. F

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