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Otto Carroll, a sentimental journey

Mark Warde


When Otto Carroll was born, movies were black-and-white and a ticket to see one cost 10 to

15 cents if you were a kid. The peanut butter industry just began and a loaf of bread was

seven cents.

The journal Motor Age indicated the sticker price on a typical car was $2,005.

It was 1915, or as Otto says, “back in the day,” and the NFL was still five years away.

This Sunday, Nov. 22, a man who wasn’t born in Ennis but calls it his home, drew his first

breath in nearby Richland.


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