The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 5, 1956 Page: 4 of 16
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The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
APRIL 5, 1956
APRIL 5, 11
AOS "ARE PAYABLE IN A9VÁÑC i7 RATÉÍ"ARB DOUBLE IF STATEMENT IS SENT.
B. Mann, 1823 North Henderson,
FOR SALE: John Deere
row tractor with all
nu'nl, including a disc. I'hone 236,
J. C. 'furney, Rusk. 4-t-p-41
. . .NOTICE: For sanitary septic tank
cleaning, call A. R. Pool, collect,
4160 Uender on. Prompt efficient
FOU GALE: New home, 3 large
be ul OOttlSf combination living and
dining area, bath, kitchen. Twelve
closets. Garage attached. Large
lot. Edge city limits. Call 9706J-2
W. C. Kyle. 4t-p41
FOR SALE: Beauty Shop in Rusk.
Call 9033, Jacksonville after
p.m., or write box 1242, Jackson-
FOR SALE: "Attention truckers
and gardeners". Be sure to sec uh
lor seed and plants you will need
to gut good results. Star Grocery
and Seed Store, Jacksonville.
FOR SALE: "Feed crop." See us
for all varieties corn seed and all
other kinds of seed you will need
to grow a good feed crop. Star
Grocery and Seed Store, Jackson-
ville 2-t-c 40
FOR SALE: Good 72'.. acre farm,
large portion bottomland. Ralph
Johnston, phone 107 W, Rusk.
FOR SALE: Good 2x4 and 2x6's,
$7. Good 1x12 fir shiplap. $8. 1x12
spruce paneling, $15. Redwood,
$12.50. Troup Lumber Co, Troup.
t OR SALE: All sizes and makes of
used tires. Bargain prices. Rusk
Tire and Rubber Co. Phone 4fl2,
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED
We repair your old Eltrctrle Iron
We Buy Junk Batteries
B*bcock Bros. Auto Supply Stora
FOR SALE: Slightly over six acres
of land in the heart of Rusk ideal
residential property. $'?(KK) E. H.
CROCKETT SOIL SERVICE
Lime rock phosphate, and mixed
fortiliier. Sold and Spread.
Call us collect.
Ph. 640 Crockett P. O. Box 449
i fc :i«
FOR SALE: Nut1 level building
lot, 9Í) x I7(i ft. Reipiires no grad-
ing Set R E Reese, 1423 Hospi-
tal St. near Slate Hospital. Tele-
phone 351. 1-t p-40
FOR RENT: 3 room apartment
for rent No children. Call 142, M
JM Guinn. tie 41
FOR RENT 3 room furnished apt
and I unfurnished apartment Ph.
804 \V Mrs. T M Sherman I t c 41
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO: Zeke demons, Defendant,
YOU ARE HEREBY COM-
MANDED to appear before t h c
Honorable District Court of Cher-
okee County at the Courthouse
thereof, in Rusk, Texas, by filing
a written answer at or before 10
o'clock A. M of the first Monday
next after the expiration of forty-
l.wo days from the date of the is-
suance of this citation, same being
the 21st day of May A. D. 1950, to
Plaintiff's Petition filed in said
court, on the 2nd day of April A.
D, 1950, in the cause, numbered
20,3(11 on the docket of said court
and styled Billyo Fae demons,
Plaintiff, vs. Zeke Clemons, De-
A brief statement of the nature
of this suit is ,as follows, to-wit:
Being a suit for divorce as is more
fully shown by Plaintiff's Petition
on file in this suit.
If this citation is not served
within ninety days after the date
of its issuance, it shall be return-
The officer executing this writ
shall promptly serve the same ac-
cording lo requirements of law,
and the mandates hereof, and
make duo return as the law di-
Issued and given under my hand
and the seal of said court at Rusk,
Texas, this the 2nd day of April
A. D. 1950.
Attest: W. T. Parrott Clerk,
(SEAL) District Court
Cherokee County, Texas
4 t c 41
CARD OF THANKS
We wish lo express our thanks
and appreciation to our many fri-
ends for their kindness, help and
beautiful flowers during the ex
tended illness and death of our
loving husband and father, I'. S.
Mrs U. S Kerley
Artie Mae Klllen
Mrs. T. J Miller
FOR RENT: 3 room furnished
apartment. Modern conveniences.
Telephone 351, R. !•' Reese. 1423.
Hospital Street. M p-40 Su,,d,,-V was lh,,n UM,al
The attendance at the Method-
ist Church for Easter Service last
Y i lie
I lorot h>
5 p m
The program rendered by our
"iiii : people was enjoyed by all
m l 'hev have ¿idded up Miore lau
operator fori ¡vis for themselves. The bountiful
9033, Jackson .lunch served was also enjoyed
Hi o John Deer held the after
noon service Interest in MYF is
growing weekly All young people
are invited to attend
The lovely family of Chief Pel
ty Officer L. It Hall was leaving
\pril J lor Shape, France to join
him for a two year slu.v We join
then in n n i in
or write Itov
2 l p41
\\ \NTKD Your own b ni
iiivv leigh dealers make good
Start m Rusk Exceptional
unities tor industrious per
e K P Hug
4 I 43 45 4"
Dr. Stobaugli Is
New Dentist At
Dr. James C. Stobaugh has ac->
cepted the position as full timo
Dentist at the Rusk State Hospital,
according to Dr. Chas. W. Castner,
Dr. Stobaugh had practiced den-
tistry in Weatherford, Texas for
twenty years, prior to joining the
Rusk State Hospital staff.
I)r. and Mrs. Stobaugh will live,
in the l>octor's home at the Hos-
pital, He assumed his duties Mon-
They have two sons, one a grad-
uate of the University of Texas,
and the other is now attending
"We are most happy to welcome
Dr. Stobaugh to our staff," said
Dr. Castner. "His services aro
greatly needed, and we can now
begin a regular dental routine for
all patients. In the past we have
been able to take care of the emer-
gency cases only," he added.
"We are very grateful to Dr. G.
£. l/ovelace and Dr. James V.
Fisher for having given one day I
each week to assist with our den-
tal ¡problems. Their services are
greatly appreciated," concluded!
Alto Elects 4
City Election j
One hundred thirty four voters
went to the polls in Alto Tuesday!
and elected three new councilmenj
and re-elected one.
Bucl Rogers, present member o!|
the Council, was reelected, and!
Paul Martin and Douglass Brad-i
ford were elected to two year;
terms. James ¡Blanton, a write-in!
candidate, was elected to fill tho|
unexpired term of Grady Single-
Allison King was running for
re-election, and \vas leading the
ticket when he suffered a heart
attack and died Tuesday. It is be- j
lieved he would have been a win-
ning candidate had fhe lived.
Father Of Local
Funeral services for U. S. Ker-
ley, 89, were held at 3 p.m. Tue$-;
day at Grand Saline Methodist
Rev Walter ious officiated!
with Rev. Ed Barrett assisting.
Burial was in the Small Cemetery
near Edgewood under the direc-
tion of Hartley Funeral Home.
Mr Kerley died at 8 45 a.m.
Monday in Texas and Pacific Hos-
pital at Marshall after a lengthy
illness He was a retired railroad
man and had lived in Grand Sa
line since 1922 He was a member
of the Grand Saline Methodist
i- Bell, Walter
i and Derretí
Fir at Lrtkun In
New 5tudy (tivvn
At WSCS Meeting
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 5, 1956, newspaper, April 5, 1956; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150125/m1/4/: accessed March 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.