The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1954 Page: 2 of 12
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The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
MAY 13, 1954
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Woodward
and children Butch, Darla and
Wendi have returned after spend-
ing the weekend in Wichita Falls
with Dr. Woodward's mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Murphy
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
don Sparkman and family spent
Mothers Day with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Delia Hudson spent t h e
weekend in Palestine with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hud-
A'ír. and Mrs. S. L. R. Cartlidge ( ler shoppers Saturday afternoon.
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were Nacogdoches visitors Friday.
Abner Webb spent the week in
Arkansas on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Allen and
family of Henderson spent Satur-
day with the Webbs.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bradford
and Becky and Noel of Alto visit-
ed in the Abner Webb home Sun-
Rusk Hotel and Coffee Shop
Wylie White of Kilgore is visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Don White and
Mr. and Mrs. Houston White this
Cherokee Co. Abstract Co.
Henry Guenzel was in Houston
over the weekend. His wife and
children returned home with him
after a week's visit with relatives
Miss Patty Matthews and De-
lores Maness of Tyler spent the
weekend here with their parents.
First Federal Savings & Loan
Mrs. Red Perry is vacationing
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waldie were
in Cleburne this weekend to see
Mr. Waldie's mother, Mrs. R. H.
The Bob von Doenhoffs visited
in Crockett Mothers Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamonte Teutsch
and John and Mrs. Charley Chris-
topher visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Looney in San Antonio over the
Little Mark McLarnon of Dal-
'las is spending this week with
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube
Banks, and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Winford Black
and children visited Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Williams and children in
Highlands over the weekend.
Citizens Industrial Ins. Co.
Mr. and Mrs, Bill Sartain at-
tended a family reunion in Luf-
Mrs. Verner Long and children
were Wells visitors Mothers Day.
Miss Hazel Ridgeway spent Sat-
urday in Tyler.
Mrs. Geraldine Thompson, Lou-
ise Smith and Sue Kyle were Ty-
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Did You Know?
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Did You Know?
That all so called "Guaranty" isn't worth the paper it is
written on, if you have to have some quack, "self-styled T. V.
man" or "handy man" come and tear out parts of your expen-
sive T. V. set "trying" to fix it and then maybe have to send
your set out of town to have it repaired and upset the deli-
cate balance by the set being jostled around shipped from
place to place.
ONLY Urdal Radio Co. maintains a complete laboratory
right here in Rusk to repair EVERYTHING that possibly could
go wrong with a television set.
Did You Know?
That Urdal Radio Co. is the ONLY RADIO SHOP in Cher-
okee County that has a registered Radio Engineer listed in the
National IRE directory.
Did You Know?
That Urdal Radio Co. is the Oldest and most dependable
Radio Shop in Rusk. If you have your T. V. installed by Urdal
Radio Co., you are always assured of expert service at the most
economical prices for all future years to come.
Did You Know?
That most people would think that an installation with the
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Miss Verna Marie Kyle and
George Hall have returned to
/N. T. S. C. Denton after the week-
end here with their parents.
Wallace Barber Shop
Rev. C. 0. Perry was a visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Childress
and children have returned from
a weekend visit in Joaquin.
The Harry Edgar Roye family
of Tyler were here this weekend
to see the Henry Guinns.
Mrs. Kate Stovall, Mrs. Vera
Sales and Mrs. Irene Starkey at-
tended open house at the State
Hospital in Terrell last Thursday.
A. S. C.
The Bob Persons spent the
weekend in Houston.
Miss Darlene Fitts wishes to
thank Mr. J. M. Vining and an
unknown friend, Mr. Brilt McCul-
lock of Dallas, for all their
thought and effort in getting her
Mrs. W. E. Darby and M i s s
Mary Grammer have returned
from Houston after a month's vis-
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Alexander
and Sara Kay of Houston visited
here this weekend.
The Dub Summers spent Moth-
ers Day in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Braswell and
family were Jasper visitors Sun-
day with Mr. Braswell's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnston of
Palestine visited Mr. and Mrs. B.
R. Nicholson and Janice Sunday.
Mrs. Nicholson and Mr. Johnston
are brothers and sisters.
The J. P. Favarons attended
the Baker family reunion in
Princeton, La. Sunday
Mrs. Laura Musick of Alto vis-
ited the Bud Wallaces Sunday.
The Clyde Cauthens spent Moth-
ers Day in Teague with Mrs. Cau-
then's mother and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Snider of
Houston stopped Sunday to see
the Kerrs enroute to Detroit,
Michigan, on their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Will Wallace
in Alto Sunday.
Copelands Dry Goods
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Rucker and
children were here Thursday
night for a family picnic at Hogg
Mrs. Joe B. Copeland spent
Mothers Day in Jacksonville with
son and family, the Dr. Collier
Charles Ramey was a Jackson-
ville visitor Sunday.
The S. Urdal family viisted rel-
atives in Pt. Arthur this weekend.
Bon Hester Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hester
spent several days in Houston this
week with children, Mr.' and Mrs.
Peck Acker and Rex.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shattuck were
in Houston Sunday to see Mrs.
Shattuck's sister, Mrs. Dave
The H. E. Dickeys of Ft. Worth
visited Mr. and Mrs. Cora Dickey
over the weekend.
Mr. B. E. Priest of Dallas was
a visitor here Wednesday.
Mr. J. M. Sutton of Alabama vis-
ited his mother, Mrs. Annie Sut-
ton, this week.
Mr. Lee Moseley is quite excit-
ed over his first grandchild, Miss
Carol Sue Caldwell, who was born
Sunday morning, May 9. at 7:45
a.m. in the Memorial Hospital,
Palestine. Proud parents are
daughter Elna Jean and Robert
Caldwell. Grandpappy says he can
hardly wait for her to grow up a
little so he can play with her.
She only weighs 5 lbs. and 6 ounc-
Mr. J. E. Hamilton was a little
long faced Monday morning. He
gave away his last daughter, Joy,
Friday night to John William Con-
way. The Conways will live in Ty-
ler after a short honeymoon.
Mrs. Ruby Massey spent the
weekend in Kilgore and Lake Ty-
Coy Smith was a business visi-
tor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vermil-
lion and family of Palestine vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Ide Hall Moth-
The Hayden Brown family of
Jacksonville spent Mothers Day
with Mrs. Georgia Lang
Coleman Lumber Co.
The Walter Courtneys were Luf-
kin visitors Sunday.
Mrs. L. J. Goff and children
visited relatives in Diboll Sunday.
Knox Rays Men Store
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spivey of Al-
vin were here Mothers Day.
The Knox Ray family were Ty-
j'ler visitors Sunday to see Mr.
The Bynums spent the weekend
moving to their new location. They
are now in the former Ideal Gro-
cery and Market building.
The John Byron Maness and M.
H. Nortons attended "Splash Day"
at Ratcliff Lake Sunday,
Red Front Store
Mrs. Ray Nowburn is visiting
her mother-in-law this week. She
has just completed her Beauty
Course in Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers of
Alto visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Jareds 5 & 10c
Bubba Jared, Dan Howell
Heard, Jerry Smith, Philip Burton,
and Johnny Irwin and Mr. Elmer
Thompson have returned from at-
tending a track meet in Austin
Miss Betty Ann Nolley and Tiny
Halbert of Dallas spent weekend
here with their parents.
Mr. Jack Stephenson of Rich-
mond spent his vacation here last
week with his wife.
Mrs. Paul Deal and children,
Sadie and Mrs. Jack Stephenson,
visited in Mixon Sunday after-
Rusk Dry Goods
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kenard
are here visiting Mrs. Kenard's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pierce
and his parents in Jacksonville.
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commissions of the state govern-
ment, including the State Bank-
ing Board, State Tax Board,
School and Veterans' Land Boards,
and State Elections Board.
During the first year of his ad-
ministration, the Attorney Gener-
al's office won 1199 cases out of
1232 tried or appealed — more
than 97Vr. He reduced his depart-
ment's telephone bill by more
than half, its travel expenses 25'',
issued an opinion cutting his own
salary $2,000, and submitted a
budget request so low that his of-
fice was given more than it asked
for. At the year's end he returned
$25,000 of unused budget to the
Shepperd was five times named
the outstanding citizen of Glade-
water, three times named among
the five outstanding young men of
Texas and was recently listed by a
national magazine among the ten,
most outstanding men of the na-
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Texas School of Law and
holds two honorary doctor of laws
degrees, from North Texas State
College and Chapman College of
Los Angeles. He served in t h e
Army in World War II.
He is married 10 t h e former
Mamie Strieber of Yorktown and
they have two sons and twin
Alaska's eastermost point is 600
miles west of San Francisco.
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1954, newspaper, May 13, 1954; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150024/m1/2/: accessed July 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.