The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1954 Page: 4 of 12
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The Run I; Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
MAY 13, 1954
New Home Of Mr. & Mrs. V. J. Long To
Be Included In Homes Beautiful Tour
One of the newest and most
modern homes of Rusk is that of
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Long, located
about five miles from Rusk on
the Jacksonville highway. This
home is one that is included in
the Homes Beautiful Tour Sun-
day, M a y 16, two to five p.m.
While Mr. and Mrs. Long have
not moved into their home as yet,
it is completed, and they have
graciously consented to open it to
Made of brick and redwood, the
exterior is strictly modern in its
lines, while the interior is a com-
bination of traditonal and mod-
ern. There are eght rooms on the
upper level — four bedrooms, liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
den, two and a half baths — and
on the lower level, a huge play-
room. The walls of the rooms are
textoned, with the exception of
the den, which is paneled in Phil-
ippine mahogany, and two baths,
W. A. WHITE
BULL DOZERS — WINCH TRUCKS
We Construct PMA
Or ASC Ponds
We Clear Land—Level Lots
Dickinson Road on Hwy. 69
We Guarantee To Please, And Our
Prices Are Reasonable"
which are tiled. The cabinets in
the kitchen are of the same ma-
hogany in a natural finish. Soft
colors are predominant.
The house is entirely electrical-
ly equipped with an all year heat-
ing and cooling system, and all
appliances are electric.
Mexico will be the country rep-
resented at the Longs. The theme
will be carried out in the enter-
tainment featured and in the cos-
tumes of the hostess and the mem-
bers of the house party.
The Homes Beautiful Tour is
sponsored each year by the Beta
Alpha Chapter of the Delta Kappa
Gamma in order to enlarge the
scholarship fund for a future
Biiira]I SEE THE
EESH223ESII3 ! 5 ■
COMPARE THE QUALITY-
COMPARE THE PRICE
Dollar For Dollar
Are Your Best Buy!
* COLLAR IS HAND SHAPED TO GIVE YOU A SMOOTH
* SMO'JLDERS ARE SEWN IN BY HAND FOR A TRIM
* LAPELS ARE HAND SHAPED TO ROLL SMOOTHLY,
CONFORM TO YOUR BODY LINEI
* ARMHOLES ARE FULL CUT AND SET IN BY HAND
FOR FREEDOM OF ACTION!
* COAT BODY IS HAND SHAPED AND SIZED TO FOL-
LOW YOUR NATURAL BODY LINE!
* SEAT IS PROPORTION CUT TO FIT SMOOTHLY
WITHOUT BAGGING — YET GIVES YOU PLENTY OF
ROOM FOR COMFORT!
Enjoyed By Stitch
& Chat Club Thurs.
The Stitch and Chat Club met
Thursday at 1 p.m. for a covered
dish picnic in the garden at Mrs.
J. E. Wallace's home on Hender-
son Street. Mrs. Lawrence Smith
The following members were
-present: Mesdames D. C. McLaugh-
lin, Leo Tosh, Frazier Guinn, Ri-
Jey Maness, B. J. Moreau, G u y
Black, Harmon Schochler, Jewel
Maness, M. B. Ellis, J. E. Wallace
and the hostess.
Present to enjoy the day's ac-
tivities were Mr. and Mrs. Dutch
Brewer, Mrs. Vera Betlon and
children, Mrs. Anna Brewer, all
of Wortham, Miss Fannie Davis
of Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Henson of Kilgore, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Brewer and children, and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brewer and
Debra, all of Rusk.
Brewer Family Has
Annual Reunion In
Kilgore On May 9
The annual reunion of the
Brewer family was held in Kil-
gore this year on May 9th.
I Texas, Mrs. W. E. King of Luf-
! kin; three sons, John W. and Paul
1 of Rusk, and James H. Wagstaff
with the U. S. Army in Germany;
twelve grandchildren and seven
Funeral services were held
Monday, May 10th at 11 a.m. at
Benton Bros. Funeral Home. Rev.
J. L. Lawrence of Ft. Worth and
Rev. J. H. Rogers of Woden offici-
ated. His grandsons were pallbear- ¡f
Interment was in Jackson Ceme-
tery in Shelby County.
Benton Bros. Funeral Home was
in charge of all arrangements.
Two women have been candi-
dates for the presidency, Victoria
Woodhull nominated in 1872, and
Belva Lockwood in 1884 and 1888.
J. M. Wagstaff
In Shelby County
James Marion Wagstaff died at
his home on Route 4, Rusk, May
8th, at the age of 79. Mr. Wag-
staff was a member of the Chris-
He is survived by two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Nelson King of Woden,
All kinds pew, used and railroad salvage plumbing fixtures.
Pipe septic tank, all kinds of supplies and installation.
Let us do your complete job.
Nothing down, 36 months to pay.
Also in new and used furniture, stoves and refrigerators.
W. ELLIS & SON
1 mile new Troup Highway, phone 8557, Jacksonville
Dotson Family Of
A toy Has Family
Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Dotson
and Dennis of Atoy had a reun-
ion of the Dotson family at their
home on Mother's Day.
Present were Mr. Dot son's moth-
er, Mrs. Belle Dotson oí Jackson-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. C. V . Harri-
son, Jan and Virginia of Jackson-
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Dot-
son and Wyatt of Mt. Sel man. Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Dotson and Ron-
nie of Palestine, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Dotson, Dale and Gaye of
Rusk, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dotson,
Butch and Johnny of Rusk, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Wiley, Zeke, Su-
sie, Mike and Chris of Lake Jack-
son, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smith and
Keith of Pasadena;
Mr. and Mrs. Plemon Davis and
Julia Ann of Corsicana, Mrs. Mary
Nell Butler and baby, Michael of
Corsicana and Mr. and Mrs. Oli-
ver Sales of Atoy.
One brother. Travis Dotson of
San Marcos, was not present.
A bountiful lunch was enjoyed.
OVA MT Y MERC H A NOISE
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.