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Ennis Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Ennis, Texas Microfilm Center inc . Dox 45436 Dol to 75235 thought for today a Success serves men As a Pedestal. A a Joubert. That great lion team of ours has one of the Best habits we Ever saw. It s blanking the other team. That Friday night 15-to-0 was right in there hats off to this Fine team who of course Are the Ellis county the Way to District Well its a Good up the Al work Ennis Lions you re the most. Today s chuckles a if women Arentt dangerous Why do men always increase their insurance when they marry one of them a a Charles Hodge. Historic 4th Ward Baptist Church 1300 n. Shawnee today holds its annual Homecoming for which extensive plans have been arranged and we re sure Rev. James h. Mcneil pastor and his flock and friends of the Church attending will find it truly a rewarding spiritual reunion Ennis weather by Ron Vestal fridays High 88. Saturday morning s Low 62. No rainfall reported in the last 24 hours. Forecast increasing cloudiness tonight mostly Cloudy sunday and monday with scattered a Yankee Doodle the origin of the song a Yankee Doodle is unknown but it is believed to have been composed in England in the 1750s and used to deride american colonials it became instead a patriotic american air the first known american printing of the song was As part of Benjamin carry so Federal overture in Baltimore in 1795. Ruben Brown All alone As he got behind everyone to receive this 43 Yard bomb from Chris Jones with seven seconds left in Waxahachie game. See pics on several pages. Ennis Man hit by assailant Carlos g. Cruz too e. Milam Ennis was struck in the face last night on High school property after the football game. Cruz told the police that he was struck in the Eye by a Man who told him a i done to like Cruz was still in Ennis municipal Hospital for treatment today. He said he did not know his assailant but the police dept stated that he is a Waxahachie Man and would be picked up in connection with the incident. Annual Homecoming fourth Ward baptists sun., sept. 26, 3 . Ally a in readiness from memorable annual Homecoming services of the 4th Ward Baptist Church scheduled for 3 . Sunday at the historic Church 1300 North Shawnee Street. The Rev. James h. Mcneil is minister and mrs. Velma Dozier is Church clerk and they democrats open Ennis office sat. Democrats of Ellis county officially opened an Ennis office saturday morning at 112 s. Dallas St. With Tom Cannady and Bruce Mccraryjr. As co chairmen Here. The opening ceremonies at 1 35 am. For the Ennis democratic Campaign office was highlighted by the presence of Many prominent area democrats and office holders. Among these were senator Ron Clower representative Forrest Green Warwick Jenkins of Waxahachie committeeman of the ninth senatorial District being one of 65 of the state democratic exe tuve com mite Bob Mccra Yellis county democratic chairman Earlene Rosengartner 9th sen. Dist. Committee woman of Garland Fred Wilson Ellis county democratic chairman John Bryant chairman Carter Mondale Dallas county and several others to be listed monday. The official opening of the democratic Campaign office Here followed the one in Waxahachie at 10 30 there and Many of the group there came on Over Here. Everyone was invited through the Ennis daily news article quoting chairmen Here and a sizable crowd showed up. Paul Willingham 63gary Lillie 24gary Roberts 86 close in to make Stop on tribe fullback Lewis Williams 7. Assure that an impressive program awaits the expected Large gathering. A a cordial Welcome is extended to All our members and friends a stated the Rev. Or. Mcneil. The varied program follows pre service music mrs. . Love mrs. . Mcneil. Selection hymn of Praise choir and congregation. Scripture. Invocation. Selection hymn of Devotion choir and congregation. Welcome mrs. Opal Johnson. Response selectee Fruitdale Baptist Church. Bicentennial thought 1776. Church history and tribute to Pioneer members miss Lanite Robinson. Selection choir. Introduction of guest speaker Rev. . Mcneil. Homecoming message Rev. . Howard pastor Fruitdale Baptist Church Dallas. Invitational hymn choir. Offering reports. Remarks announcements Benediction. Master of ceremonies Arthur Presley. Dinner served in Fellowship Hall a a a Kiso United fund is Over subs Cril the esd United fund drive has reached its goal of $3,050 and final totals will exceed this goal according to esd United fund drive chairman Guy Mixon. A record time two weeks for wolves protected Doyle Calif. A Here in this Rich dryland cattle country 14 wolves might be making one of the Breeds last stands in America. Gone 30 years from the wilds of California this predator does not stalk the Plains anew however. The 14 wolves Are in pens on the property of the North american predatory animal Center a nonprofit tax exempt organization incorporated in 1970 for the purpose of preserving the Wolf in its natural habitat. A we operate because of such things As the indiscriminate destruction of wolves in Alaska a said president Ingrid Lustig. A they Are still persecuted but More and More people Are realizing that wolves Are there for the purpose of naturally checking the size of he reaching the goal was in part due to the interest shown by All District employees in their attendance at faculty coffees held on each Campus at various times during the first a kick off week. Esd has traditionally reached or exceeded its goal and generally is the first employee group to do so each year. Both or. Mixon and supt. Harlin Dauphin gave detailed accounts of How United fund contributions would be divided among the various Community agencies and services and were available to answer questions raised by District employees at the coffees. School employees had the option of contributing by payroll deduction Bank draft Check or Cash to make possible easy financial arrangements for the contributions. Or. Mixon commended the employees of esd for their cooperation and generosity in making the drive a Success. By Kent Wear before the largest crowd estimated at around 7500, to Ever see a football game in Ennis the Ennis Lions shutout the Waxahachie indians 15-0 to record their third shutout of the Young season. The lion goal line is still untainted. The Lions kicked off to Start the game and got the first break As linebacker Steve Fuller fell on a William Cash Fumble at the Indian 36. On the second play the Lions had six but Btroy vyers overthrew Ruben Brown who was alone behind the tribe secondary. Ennis caught the Fumble Bug As Bruce Anderson was jarred Loose from the Ball at the Indian 35 with Indian defender Bill Stroope claiming the Loose pigskin. At this juncture neither team could generate no offence. After a second Waxahachie punt the Lions set up shop at the tribe 48. It took the Lions but 8 plays to cover the 48 Yards Asib vyers alternated the running of Mike leaks and Randy Tarrant to Chew up big chunks of real estate. Bruce Anderson got the to on a one Yard plunge. Reggie Hill kicked the fat and Ennis led 7-0 with 4 00 remaining in the opening period of play. On the Indian Possession following the Kickoff they were Able to move to the lion 34 but the defense roared and stopped the indians on 4th Down. Ennis put together a 12 play drive that moved to the Indian 21 but two missed passes turned the Ball Back to Waxahachie. The indians were Able to get the Ball out to Midfield but had to punt. There was another Exchange of punts but the next time Ennis got the Ball it was deep in their territory at the 16. But Rufus Manning and Randy Tarrant did some Tough running and the Lions were aided by two 15 Yard penalties against the indians. The Lions reached the Indian eight and Reggie Hills 25 Yard Field goal sailed wide to the right with 28 ticks remaining on the clock. Waxahachie ran out the final 28 seconds and the half ended with Ennis leading Waxahachie 7-0. The second half got underway with the Lions getting the first crack on offence but it was three see Lions on Page 7 new bldg of much interest 1st. Baptist Church this sunday pastor Rev. Harold Burns states that a we Are Happy to announce that the building committee of the first Baptist Church will present their recommendations sunday morning sept. 26. The building plans were presented to the Deacon Board in a special called meeting tuesday evening sept. 21. After a Long and careful discussion the deacons voted to recommend to the Church in conference to proceed with the building plans. A sunday morning sept. 26, every member will be privileged to see the plans and a Beautiful drawing of what the building will look like when completed. A was we All know this coming lords Day has been set aside for a special purpose and the offering in sunday school and Church will be deposited in the building fund. Every member giving to the Church will be giving to the building of the Lovely new Christian education 34 i Lancaster 14 i Desoto 38 i Bonham 61 i Mexia 28jmckinney 5 j Rockwall i j Terrell 0 Seagoville 0 j Waco Connally jul Ennis Waxahachie 15 0 v Ennis 0 fitly a fetus Lions Blank indians Texas 75119 sunday september 26, 1976 8 pages ten cents no. 229 a a a a a a a a. A a a i i. A a a a a a. I a defense. Defense. Defense 3d shutout established in 1891 the associated press leased wire Ennis the Surprise party honouring Marie Muon on her 25th anniversary As Secretary of the chamber of Commerce were filmed at the event in the c of c office Friday afternoon. Invited were members of the chamber of Commerce Board of directors and the Ennis Industrial fun. And they came in a body waiting outside where she could not see them until most had gathered. In this picture i to r Charles probe president a Beautiful cake that was embossed with her name and Quot appreciation for 25 years mrs. Bobby Joe Curry who assisted mrs. Johny Hrabina in serving refreshments mrs. Hrabina c of c vice president who presented mrs. Munn a gift c of c mgr. Jack Mckay who presented mrs. Munn her gifts from the c of c Board members and her gift from the Ennis Industrial fun. The honoree holding her Ennis lion esd United fund drive chairman Guy Mixon and supt. Harlin Dauphin present general United fund drive chairman John Garrett and president of . Don Hart a Check for the District s total donation for United fund. The schools exceeded their goal of $3,050 in just two weeks or. Garrett and or. Hart complimented the school District for its contribution to the welfare of the Community. J i usage of mums her husband i mrs. Tom Andrews pm it Yee Here of the Texas pm lament commission with ice in the c of c bldg. Bruce own president of the in trial fdn., who presented r a gift and Charles Gentry Busher of the Ennis daily is who presented her a it wer arrangement from the Many. Not present when is picture was filmed were Idle Miller second vice president and Kane mud chairman who made the first speech also mayor . Murff who spoke representatives present from cab who presented her Flowers and representatives of the Ennis state Bank who presented her the Large Corsage the Keevers who sent Flowers and others her pastor the Rev. . Taylor and others note Flowers and gifts on the desk Story and film strip in society Section t

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