The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1953 Page: 2 of 16
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The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
NOVEMBER 5, 1953
Open House Held
At Home Of Mr
And Mrs. G. King
Out of town relatives and
''■lends attending Mr. and Mrs.
rranville King's Golden Wedding
nniversary Sunday were: their
' iree daughters, Mrs. T. P. Hen-
• in and husband and son, Glenn
llenson of Winnsboro, Mrs. Lon-
ny Gollsby and husband of Hous-
ton and Mrs. Roy Black of Augus-
Mr. and Mrs. John Harold Fowl-
rr; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson and
children Diane and Crayton; Mr.
nnd Mrs. L. C. Colley and Marie
and Opal Colley of Houston, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Billie Roy Duren of
Mr. Carl Keneson; Mrs. Allie
Wood; Mrs. Sallie Kenesson; Mr.
and Mrs. Bird Bice; Lulla Heid-
•trieder; Wilmer West; Merle
West; Virgie Holcomb; Carrie
Holcomb; Almeda Ross; Bennie
Ross Lloyd; Nellie Singletary;
Arthur Ross; Joe Lee Pyle; Pau-
line Pyle; Mr. and Mrs. Rogan
King; Pansy Ruth King; Mr. and
Mrs. Dud Schochler; Floyd Wal-
lace; Betty Wallace; Virgie
Schochler; Flo Schochler; Danny
Schochler; Polly Moffett;
Mrs. M. W. Rozelle; Mrs. Bertie
Hoover; Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Felder; Mr. and Mrs. Riley Felder;
Mr. and Mrs. Mary Halcomb; Mrs.
Lizzie Bell Smith; Minnie Mcln-
tyre of Alto; Mr. and Mrs. Arlie
Bice and children, Lou Bice; Ar-
lie Bice, Jr., of Beaumont; Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Colley, Marie and
Opal; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M.
Halcomb; Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn
Hoover and Rayburn, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Billie White and
son, Steve of Houston; Inez Tur-
ner; Bellye Lou Harrod; Bill Har-
rod; Linda Harrod; Glenda ,Tur-
ner of Cleveland; Mary Kate
Bates; Neil Singletary; Howart
Singletary of Port Arthur; Erma
Scott of Clute;
Lula Smith; Herdis Bice, Rob-
ert Bice; Sandra Bice and Susan
Bice of Livingston; Mr, and Mrs.
Lee Smith and daughter, Mrs.
Vera Crimm of Augusta; Mr. and
Mrs. Vesta Boone of Tyler; Mrs.
Dan McDonald; Repres Glass; Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Harlow and son of
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Hugghins and son of Dallas and
a large number of Rusk friends
were present at the King home.
Food Sense—Not Nonsense
John T. Wallace
Mr. John Thomas Wallace, age
78, a former Cherokee County
resident, died at the home of his
son, Nolan Wallace of Rusk, fol-
lowing a three weeks illness.
Mr. Wallace had lived for 60
years in Rusk.
Services were held at 3 p.m.
Wednesday, October 28th, at the
First Baptist Church in Rusk. Rev.
J. M. Schwitter assisted by Rev.
Lonnie H. Webb officiated.
Burial was at the Mt. Hope cem-
Survivors are: his wife, Mrs.
Lizzie Wallace; daughter, Mrs.
Need A Lantern?
No matter how you see it—vitamin A has eye appeal. It plays a role
in keeping eyes and skin healthy. Lack of this vitamin produces night
The victim of night blindness is the motorist who in the twilight
strains to see approaching traffic, or the theatre-goer who upon coming
into the dimly lit movie from the bright foyer gropes blindly for hia
difficulty in seeing in dim light or adapting to darkness is
the most clear-cut effect of the lack of vitamin A. Night blindness is a
Xmas Seal Sale
To Open In Co.
A tota! number of 4,588 persons
were x-rayed during the last mass
chest x-ray in t h e tuberculosis
case-finding program sponsored
by the Cherokee County Tubercu-
losis Association, in co-operation
with the State Health Department,
K?v. J. M. Schwitter, association's
p; esident reported.
Of this number 79 cases were
' ferred to their physician for
uirther check for ch"st diseases.
A:i expanded program is planned
tor 19" t ¡f Christmas Seal returns
.ire sufficient. The Christmas Seal
S :le to raise funds to finance the
Association's activities will open
dietary disease. It can be cured by eating foods rich in this vitamin.
The role of this vitamin is also' skin deep. Too little vitamin A may
cause dryness, itching and scaliness of the skin over the entire body.
Shortly after this vitamin was discovered, it was thought to have
some effect on control of colds and respiratory infections. Research,
however, has failed to show that fewer colds occur among persons re*
ceiving supplements of vitamin A than among those persons who eat
a well-balanced diet. -■ ' . , ,
For an A plus diet, eat plenty of liver, milk, eggs and green and
Íellow vegetables. Table fats contribute vitamin A, too. The generously
uttered slice of enriched bread offers a tasty way in which to get
important parts of an adequate diet—needed vitamin A from the fat,
B vitamins, minerals and protein from the bread, and energy from both.
Vitamin A. as such, does not occur in plants, but is present in the
form of a brilliant yellow substance—carotene. Yes, this carotene paints
the carrot orange, and carotene received its name from this vegetable?.
The body produces vitamin A from carotene. Vitamin A is a fat soluble
vitamin and needs the help of a digestible fat for. its absorption. Fish
liver oils have long been known as rich sources of vitamin A. However
it is manufactured extensively in the laboratory today
Comes back into our own."
At Navasota Sat.
American Legion and Auxiliary
members from the 16 posts in the
Seventh Congressional District
will gather in Navasota Saturday
and Sunday, November 7 and 8 for
their annual fall convention and
to hear the state commander, L. E.
Page of Carthage.
Presiding at the two day session
will be District Commander J. S.
Holleman, Livingston attorney. An
outstanding entertainment pro-
gram has been arranged by the
local J. Willie Leigh Post No. 152.
Post Commander Glenn E. Lem-
on and a strong group oí commit-
tees have worked out features for
the convention session.
State Commander Page Will aid'
dress the Legionnaires at a joint
session Sunday morning. Separarte
business sessions of the American
Legion and Auxiliary will be held
Ulysses S. Grant was the only
West Point graduate to become
President of the United States. He
was graduated in 1843.
"Complete Insurance Protection"
Church This Wk.
The topic for the morning serv-
ice at the First Presbyterian
Church will be "Thy Will — My
Command". At the evening serv-
ice "The Sin of Half Way" will
be the tcpic for discussion, ac-
cording to Rev. J. H. Freeland.
Other activities for the Presby-
terian Church arc as follows: The
Junior Pioneer and Senior High
Fellowships will continue to meet
at 6 a.m. The Senior High Fellow-
ship, the leadership of Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle Bagley are busy get-
ting ready to be host to the Dis-
CHROME DINETTE SET
en Party und i
on at their 6
d Rev, Free In
Mrs Ted Hiltli
with a Hallo-
riod of recre-
WHILE THEY LAST!!!
Take one look at this set . . . and you'll
love it! Not just another chrome dinette
but a beautiful, deluxe Wizard! Full-size
36"x48" table . . . extends to 60". Lus-
trous plastic top resists heat, burns, acid,
years of wear. Choice of reel, yellow, gray,
or green Irost pattern. Lxtra-conilortable,
form-1 it ting, washable plastic chairs.
Dies After Long Illness, Oct. 28
charge of arrangements.
Irene Hurnal; five sons, A. J. Wal-
lace of Sudan, Texas, R. K. Wal-
lace of Mexia, Corry Wallace of
Rusk, Nolan Wallace of Rusk,
John A. Wallace of Pasadena and
J. B. Wallace, deceased; one sis-
ter, Mrs. Ola Jernigon of Rusk;
one brother, Poley Wallace, Clare-
mont, Calif., 7 grandchildren and
3 great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were: Claude Lang-
ston, Thurman Kerr, Paul Gentry,
W. C. Norman, M. E. Howze, Rob-
ert Banks, Henry Goff and R. L.
Wallace Funeral Home was in
The programs for the Kiwanis
Club during the month of Novem-
ber will be arranged by Nathan
Thedford, program chairman, ac-
cording to Rev. J. H. Freeland, re-
The regular meeting of the Ki-
wanis Club was held Tuesday,
November 3rd at Smith's Cafe.
Rev. Lonnie H. Webb, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of Rusk,
was the speaker for this meeting.
The theme of his speech was
"Partners With God."
As he developed the theme he
mentioned first that we are cre-
ating and spending wealth and
illustrated the point with a story,
"The Farmer's Confession."
In conclusion he stated that in
the game of life we need to de-
pend on a Higher Power for the
"Life" as we meet the emergen-
cies of life.
SHOP IN RUSK
You'll say ICA Values Are
Pork & Beans
COME IN AND SEE!
GIVEN FREE SATURDAY
1 Large 25 In.
14 In. Bears
FRUITS and vegetables
.■* ■ fT. -v" *
EXTRA LARGE, JUICY
Austex Chili Served FREE
AH Day Saturday
RATH'S ALL MEAT
ENDS & PIECES
RIB OR BRISKET
14 Oz. Bots.
CHILI with Beans «
• No. 300 Cans
No. 300 Can
PAG OR CRYSTAL WHITE
No. 300 Can
Ph. 138 for Free Delivery. We Re serve the right to limit Quantities
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 5, 1953, newspaper, November 5, 1953; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth149997/m1/2/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.