The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1954 Page: 2 of 16
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The Rusk Cherokeean. Rusk, Texas
APRIL 8, 1954
THE EAGLES ECHO STAFF
Editor In Chief
Sports Editor ...
Jerry Smith and Donald Woodard
Sarah Nell Rogers and Mittie Phillips
Mary Pennington and Sylvia Lester
. John Hamilton
Mrs. Lewis McCarroll
Derrell Pryor has recently been
Been escorting Pauline Stewart to
the movies. They make a cute
Herbert Dawling likes to make
Bobbie Berry blush. He kissed her
in front of the school building
last week and her face turned a
Guess Virginia Jones has given
up Charles Dement for Frank
Surgeon. What made you change
It seems that Raymond Spivey
is really a ladies' man. He kisses
Nita Pryor, goes with Rosabelle j
Allen occasionally, makes Bobbie
Berry swoon, and wants Emma-
dean Wilcox to make love to him.
Slow down, Raymond!'
Ben Bet hard is really going at
a tremendous pace, too. He makes
Betty Sue Lee lose all control o£
herself when lie is present, he
exchanges "love-licks" with Mary-
Ruth Butler, and he has an album
of girls' addresses that would fill
an average-sized room. Included
in these addresses are Ruth Hol-
comb, Joyce Galyean, Lurlene
Tanks, and Altha Fuye Ramsey.
Consult Ben for further informa-
tion. Arithmetic s a y s "divide",
Marilyn Pate has walked once
again into the vision of the snoop-
ing eye. She goes with Billy Ford
Marlin Newman is recuperating
rapidly from his auto accident.
Wonder if Sarah Ruth Talley had
anything to do with this progress?
Joann Fletcher seemed to be
happy over the weekend. Guess
her one-and-onlv guy from Hous-
ton came to see her.
Barbar McElroy declares that
she was not with a Palestine guy,
so we now have the latest infor-
mation—she was with a guy from
New London. Right, Barbara?
Everyone seems excited about
the on-coming "Eagles' Nest" and
he can't seem to wait for its open-
John Frank Hamilton, what's
this we hear about your job, les-
sons, and play-practicing interfer-
ing with your trips to Joyce
We wonder if Sherrie Hood had
an enjoyable time at Lufkin dur-
ing the weekend? The latest re-
ports are that she was seen rid-
ing around in a Ford with a guy
named Billy, Right, Lulu?
Norma Jean Berry had an en-
joyable weekend too. She went
It is still evident that Charles
Smith and Tommie Sartain are
still going steady. This attraction
is really strong.
Seems Jerry Russel and Vir-
ginia Jones have been studying
hard in classes the last week or
so—but was it lessons???
Jewel Lee, do you eat crackers
in bed? I hear you got salt in it
It seems that a certain fresh-
men party nearly tore down Ruth
Marie Mayes' house. Don't be so
Horseshoes do not always bring
good luck, do they Billie Ruth
Joe Hill, what on earth did you
mean by slugging Naomi Spivey?
Mr. Me C1 u n ey— a cr i m o n i o u s
Mrs. Henry- virulent
Johnny Marshall swiftness
Jimmy Elliott - barbarous
Louise McKnight perfidious
Coach Grimes- ferocious
Coach Milling- impertinent.
DO YOU KNOW THESE?
Marilyn Pate—Marisa Pavón
Emmadean Wilcox—Esther Wil-
Shirleey Wall —Shelley Winters
Beuford Williams—Bob Wagner
Joe Hill—Jeff Hunter
Sylvia Henderson — Susan Hay-
Joe Berry—John Barrymore
Robert Henry—Rock Hudson
Bobby Mercer—Bob Mitchum
Seguine Bolton—Scott Brady
Shaw Clifton—Steve Cochran
Donna Evans—Dale Evans
Tom Henderson—Tab Hunter
Marcia Maness — Marilyn Mon-
Joyce Smith—.lean Simmons
Melba Fountain — Mona Free-
"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me"
—Rosabelle Allen, Ronald Murray
"Make Love to Me"—Raymond
Spivey, Emmadean Wilcox.
Party Is A Success
Nancy Sue Verbick, Sylvia Hen-
derson, Angela Dickey. Terrell
Marie, Mary Alice Shankles, Mau-
reen Moore, Laura Neel, Carles
Henry Jones, Kenneth Arrington,
Earl Finley, and Herman Jones
were present at Ruth Marie's
Mayes house last night for a par-
ty. Fishing for love and winkum
were the games played. Punch,
cheese spread, high-ho crackers,
and mints were served. They were
enjoyed by the whole party.
Coming Attractions &
"Quo Vadis" — Delia Higgins,
"Go Man Go!" — Rusk High
"City Beneath the Sea"—Mari-
lyn Pate, Billy Ford
"Flight to Tangier"—S a n d r a
Burks, Carroll Jones
"Half a Hero"—Starring the no-
other-one-like-him Jimmy Wende-
"Saskatchewan" — Bubba Jar-
ed, Carolyn Johnson.
Lil Abner—Ernest Hudnall
Oogie Donald Woodard
Dick Tracy—Richard Francis
Beetle Bailey—John Hamilton
D a g wo o d—V e r n o n Cook
Red Riding Hood—Phillip Bur-
Superman Sam Wallace.
Cases In School
Criminal -Mary Ruth Butler.
Crime—Being mean to Ben Bet-
Evidence—Distributing "1 o v e-
licks" in study hall
Sentence —Sing "Give M e A
Kiss to Bulid a Dream On" to Ben
Crime- Fishing so much
Sentence—Give up fishing and
make dresses for a hobby.
Criminal—Norma Jean Berry
Crime-^-Being a man-snatcher
Evidence—Snatching Gail Bag-
Sentence—Ignore men for a
Crime—Snatching Russell Jones
Evidence—Guilty look on Rus-
Sentence—L e a v e Rusk guys
Crime—Being an impostor
Evidence—Acting as if he pays
a lot of attention to girls
REAL ESTATE SERVICE
OVER CITIZENS STATE BANK
ALBERT S. MOORE, Res. Phone 17
Oil Leases, Timber, Iron Ore—Houses, Lots, Farms and Ranches
146 acres, good fence, plenty
stock water, well located. See
me for price and terms.
42.6 acres, 5 miles N. E. Rusk,
22 acres in cultivation, balance
mixed timber, all under fence,
bus and mail service. 6-room
house, lights, water and gas,
barn and poultry house. Price
Several desirable lots, on pave-
ment. They are priced right.
See me if interested in build-
ing a new home.
One of the nicest brick veneer
homes of Rusk located on %
acre plot of ground. 8 rooms,
three outside entrances; two
room and bath garage apart-
ment. See me for price.
6-Room house on one-half acre
plot of ground, one of the best
growing sections of the city.
Priced to SELL. $5000.
123.4 acres. 40 acre meadow in
Mud Creek bottom, balance
mixed timber, minerals.
Priced at $55.00 per acre.
69 acres about 3 Mi miles Rusk,
60 acres cultivation, 9 mixed
timber, live water, 25 acres
Bruce plums, 5 acres peaches,
a number of pear, apple, figs
and pecan trees. 5-room house
lights, water and gas, bus and
mail service, lb minerals. Price
50 acres 11 M. S. W. Rusk, 15
cultivation, balance in mixed
timber, some excellent young
pine, one stream, % minerals.
If you have a farm, or home for
sale or rent, see me.
Sentence—Be a genuine Mexi-
can Joe for a month.
Crime—Having such a well-
Evidence—Being chosen "Best
Sentence—Share his admirable
Variety Show Is
Presented At R. H. S.
Tyler Junior College presented
a wonderful variety show Friday
night. The show consisted of sev-
eral types of entertainment. The
T. J. C. Hillbilly Band played sev-
eral numbers of the Hillbilly Hit
Parade. Looks like the Louisiana
Hayride will be after some of
The "Jazz" band also livened
the spirits of the audience with
its colorful selections. Last, but •
not least, the dancing girls from
the famous Apache Belles pre-
sented a number of their very ex-
citing selections of dance num-
bers. The show as a whole was
enjoyed and received wonderful-
Ode For 'Eagles' Nest'
"The Eagles' Nest" was a lovely
Had seats for guests and danc-
Like glass the smoothness of
For couples dancing some two
The Rusk Band played while i
And struck some tunes that
were so rare
And when they saw me there
Er-lwisting round a n d acting
That time, my feet I did not
And girl, oh hoy! I've room to
She's like a feather in the
To float about with greatest
Her charming smile drove way
And had me soaring like a kite
The music then did cease its
And left us dancing on and on
When some the people seated
Reminded us and we sat down
My partner hung her head in
Fordor, Heater, Extra Clean.
Only 30,000 Miles
\ shame i really, is that the main reason ¡ to learn how to get along with.
With face as red as if a flame I that we go to school, because of ,our ie,low classmates, prepare for
Lots of laughter and lots of fun * g , t \ (lor nr life in our town, state, nation,
For so small thing that I had ,parents- or the truant oifltt ' and world after school.
done ¡ some such reason? When a per- ¡ (Continued on Page 7)
I son thinks deeply, he realizes that ,
these are not the main causes for | notice
the large number of students that
I feel like crawling in a log
And stay until this joke is fog!!
What Is Your
Sylvia Lester—rractlcal Jokers
Mary Pennington — Conceited
Johnny Irwin — American His-
Mrs. McCarroll — Robert Hen-
Robert Henry—Parks' Delivery
Sally Ramey—Un-invites to Par-
Laura Bowling—Broken Dates
Barbara McElroy—The Snooper
Speech Program Is
Presented At Jr. High i
The speech class presented a '
part of its pantomime show at
Junior High Tuesday. T h e pro-
gram was presented twice, once i
for the younger students, and j
once for the older group.
The students enjoyed the show ;
very much. "The speech class en- j
joys presenting this show very •
much," Mrs. McCarroll says.;
"They will be pro's any time in '
t lie future."
register when the old school bell Come in now. Have your car in-
rings again for the first time each 1 s.pected at MARTIN MOTOR CO.
September. Official State Inspection Station
"Why then?" you may ask. I No. 1615, Rusk. Quick Service,
say that we go to school to learn. fair prices.
We go to school, not only to be Open weekdays 7:30 to 5:30
instructed in "book larnin," but
You could probably find sever-
al who would answer the ques-
tion, "Why go to school?" in a
variety of ways, but many of them
would be the same — Why, be-
cause I have to, or Dad makes me,
or something to that effect., but.
ONE CENT SALE
Continues through Friday & Saturday,
April 9th and 10th
BUY & SAVE NOW!
A REXALL PRODUCT AT REGULAR
PRICE — ANOTHER OF THE SAME
FOR 1 CENT!
Sale includes: Cosmetics, medicines, den-
tal and shaving needs, stationery, baby
products, and many other items.
ALSO SPECIAL PRICE ITEMS—
Ph. 44 Pi descriptions Rusk, Texas
Friday and Saturday, April 9th and 10th
Martin Motor Co.
Ph. 5 Rusk, Texas
"Kiss Afire" •
Jones, Charles Dement
"I Forgot More"—Gail Bagley,
Norma Jean Berry
"Why Don't You Believe Me?"
—Marlin Newman, Sarah Talley
"If It Were Up To Me"—San-
dra McCann, Rex Morgan
"How Do You Speak to An An-
gel?"—Derrell Pryor, Pauline Ste-
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25 Lb. Bag
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Purina Meal or Checkers
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When you self-feed ^
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Even the very best of range forage varies greatly
in its nutrient values from spring to winter. The pro-
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during the lush spring growing season. Then as the
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The rumen bacteria, which aid greatly in the diges-
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 8, 1954, newspaper, April 8, 1954; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150019/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.