The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1956 Page: 2 of 16
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The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk. Texan
MAY 10, 1956
Board To Join
In Open House
Local draft boards in Texas will
hold open house to the public Fri-
day, May 18th as a part of the ob-
servance of Armed Forces Day
throughout the state and nation.
The President of the United
States has designated Saturday
May 19th as Armad Forces Day, to
call the public's attention to our
defensive "power for peace."
Draft boards are not open on
Saturday, so they will hold openi
house on Friday as a part of the
observation, Colonel Morris S.
Schwartz, state Selective Service
The boards will welcome the/
public from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on.
May 18th to learn something alv
out how a Selective Service local
draft board is operated.
"We will welcome men and wo-
men, boys and girls at the local
boards," Colonel Schwartz said,
"to tell them about the democrat-
ic processes of the law and admin-
istration, the different classifica-
tions, Selective Service procedur-
es, and the purpose behind Selec-
"Our modern life is busy and
complex," he continued, "and
many people do not understand
our operation. We will be glad to
inform the interested public how*
our .slate is ready to provide men
for any or all of the uniformed
services when needed. Our train-
ed clerks will be happy to have
a visit from any Texan who cares
enough U> come."
Mrs. Hazel Musick, clerk of the
Jocal draft board, stales that she
will In- happy to discuss the oper-
ation of her office with all inter-
ested visitors on Open House day,
Two boards will not be open oni
May 18th, at l'leasanton and Al-
pine. Visitors to those boards will
be welcomed on the 17th.
Mt. Zion New
By Mrs. R, G. Sweeney
dallas fashion center
Charlie Bridges of Houston vis
i ted Ills parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Oli-
ver Bridges during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. I. U. Homes visit-
ed the hitler's mother, Mrs. Clay-
ton Coleman of Rusk, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Freeman and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller
and daughter Orare of Dallas, Mr.
and Mrs. A. I>. Derrett of Houston
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bice thi;i
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Parker of
Price visited Mr. ami Mrs. Fred I Mr.
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bias strip of the solid with rlckrack banding.
and family of Mixon.
Mr. and Mrs, O, L. Tannery vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tannery
of San Augustine Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Correll, Mr.
and Mrs, Charles R. McKnight of
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Sum Overall Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. John I). Hevis,
pastor of Ml. Zion Church, has*
been transferred to the Methodist.
Church in Oalena Park We are
sorry they have to leave this cir-
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Tannery at-
tended homecoming at Muse com-
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
11 Dickey Sunday were II. 11 Dic-
key of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs.
John ConipUm of Summerfield,
and Mrs. A/.elle Mayes of
Sartain Sunday. Houston, Mrs. Laura Vining, Mrs<
Mrs C B Frost accompanied Will Wallace oí Redlawn, Mr and
Mr and Mrs J. W. Cole as far as Mrs M B. Dickey and children oP
Jacksonville to visit her sister, Jacksonville.
Mrs VV K. Watters, who Is in Tra Mr and Mrs Ozclie Mayes and
\ is Hospital. The Coles visited All>ert. Weldon Mines of Pasa-
their daiiKhter, Mrs Frank Rosx dena, Mr and Mrs Grady Camp
bell and William Hardy of Hous-
ton, Mrs. Lillle Pearman, Mrs. Le-
ota Dixon of Jacksonville visited
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hayes during the weekend.
M. A. Hartman is home, lie has
been in Atlanta, Ga. for threo
months on business.
Albert Ollphint of Palestine, Mr.
and Mrs. Watters Singletary, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Quinn of Rusk vis-
ited Mrs. F, 11 a Singletary this
Mrs. F. A. Fuqua is visiting ini
Dallas this week with her sister,
Mrs Pat Vining.
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hamilton vis-
ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs,
E. H. Jenkins in Dallas Thursday
night and Friday, during which
time Mr. Hamilton attended tho
Probation Officers Mfeting in Dal-
Dudley Howard of Tyler visited
his aunt, Mrs. D. T. Howard, Fri-
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Miss Patty Math?ws Is Honored With
Tea-Shower At Maness Home Friday
The home of Mr*. Riley Maness,
305 Henderson Street, was the set-
ting for a beautifully appointed
tea-shower. Friday night, May 4th,
honoring Miss Patty Mathews,
bride-elect of Raymond P. Mancr
of San Antonio.
Hostesses were Mrs. Eugene
Barron and M,r« Leo W. Tosh.
Receiving guests with Mrs. Man-
ess were Mrs. Tosh Mrs. Barron,
Miss Mathews, her mother, Mrs.
Paul Potts, and Miss Carol Castle-
berry of Nacogdoches.
On the mantle was an arrange-
ment of white mums blue daisies,
and candytuft, in an oblong milk
glajwt container. The coffee table
held a bowl of pink roses.
Mrs. Eddie Glenn Wheeler pre-
sided at the guest register.
The tea table was draped with
soft blue, and overlaid with white
net. It was centered with a white
latticp arch, forming the back-
ground for ja miniature bridal par-
ty. The bride and groom, and three
bridesmaids, in pastel shades,
Mrs. Guenzel Is
Elected President Of
The Susanna - Wesley Circle of
the First Methodist Church met
Monday evening in the home of
Mrs. Arthur England at 8 p.m.
New officers were elected. Mrs.
Henry Guenzel was chosen presi-
dent. Other officers named were:
Mrs. Robert Austin, program,
chairman; Mrs, Billy Roy Brown-
ing, secretary-treasurer and re-
Plans for the Junior-Senior ban-
quet of Rusk High School were
discussed, and final details ar-
ranged. Mrs. Esther Harrison is
chairman of this project for the
Present for the meeting were.
Mesdames Mildred Chapman, Sha-
ron Fisher, Delitha Guenzel, Lon-
nie, B. Strong, Helene Browning,
and 'the hostess, Mrs. Juanita Eng-
I were on a long piece of styrofoam,
surrounded by white lattice fence
entwined with green vines. Mrs.
Bill Moreau arranged the lovely
The buffet held an attractive ar-
rangement of white, pink and blue
Majestic daisies and candytuft.
Miss Robert Leake served fruit
punch from a crystal bowl. Mrs.
Moreau ushered the guests into
the dining room. Other tea dain-
ties served were home made cook-
ies, nuts and mints. Assisting in
the dining room was Mrs. Charles
Long. In the bedrooms, many love-
ly gifts of linen, crystal, china,
silver, cooking utensils and pot-
tery were displayed by Mrs. Geo-
rge Marks Mrs. Ralph Rozelle and
Miss Kahlan Heard.
Pink roses and white daisies)
were used in decorating the two
.... are doing
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone Thomp-
son visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Gillespie at Henderson Sunday
Miss Zelwanda Hendrick of Dal-
las spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hen-
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harkins and,
Mrs. Tony Ball were Dallas busi-
ness visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bagley and
daughter, Gail, visited Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Smith at Fort Worth
Sunday night and were Dallas vis -
Mrs. J. B. Francis and son Dan-
ny were Kilgore visitors Friday.
Richard accompanied his mother
and brother home for the' week-
end. Richard was chosen one of
the candidates for office of Vice-
President of his class at Kilgore
Mrs. Edgar Banks, Mrs. Felton
Banks, Mrs. John Long and Mrs.
Ruby Goff attended a Stanley ban-
quet at the Blackstone Hotel at
Tyler Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fisher and
daughter, Terrell Marie, visited
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. C. JL McCulley at Dalla
Sunday. They took their grand-
children Carol McCulley, Delilah.
Bill and Fisher Cooper to Dallas,
after ten days spent here while
the Coopers of Temple, Oklahoma
were on vacation at New Orleans.
Mrs. Bruce Swan of Leveretts
Chapel visited Mr. and Mrs.
Spence Swan Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Felton Banks and
daughter Sue, Miss Louverl Lloyd
and Jim Bob Griffin are spending
this weekend with Miss Lloyd's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lloyd
[at San Benito.
i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robertson and
■Mr. and Mrs/Charles Sadler of Ty-
jler left Sunday for a 2 weeks va-
| cation. They will visit New Or-
i leans, Mississippi and Tennessee.
I and other points of interest while
Mrs. W. T. Norman, Mrs. D. T.
Howard and Miss Beaulah Allen
spent the weekend at Houston vis-
iting with Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Nor-
man and sons, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Baird and Mrs. Ottice
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1956, newspaper, May 10, 1956; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150130/m1/2/: accessed August 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.