The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 23, 1956 Page: 4 of 16
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PAGE 4, SECTION 1
The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Tezot
AUGUST 23. 19S6
ALL CLASSIFIED AOS ARE P/
FOR SALE: Good 2x4 and 2x6's, Restaurant.
BLE IN ADVANCE. RATES ARE DOUBLE IF STATEMENT IS SENT
WANTED: Neat, dependable wait-,"""™ "
ress. Apply in person at Quinton's rijo jyi||p i-jQcf
$7. Good 1x12 fir shiplao. $8. 1x12 MONTHLY SPARE TIME:
spruce paneling, SIS. Redwood, «^filling and collecting money
$12.50. Troup Dumber Co, Troup, j from our fjve nigh Grade Nut
Híl?? I machines in this area. No selling.
Llm. rock pho.ph.t., and mixed To qualify for work you must have
fertilizer. Sold and Spread. car, references, $C40 cash, secured
CROCKETT SOIL SERVICE by inventory. Devoting 6 hours a
Call u callact. 'week to business your end on per-
Ph. 640 Crockett P. 0. Box Wantage collections will net up to
tf c-361 $400 monthly with very good pos-
¡sibilities of taking over full time.
FOR SALE: 30 acres with 4 room Income increasing accordingly,
house, electricity and butane, with For interview, include phone in ap-
Kural Route mail service and Sch- plication. Write Eastern Distribut-
ool bus on Hwy. 69, 3 miles South ing Company, 11 N. Juniper St.,
of Town. Good well of water, plen- Phila. 7, Pa. l-t-p-9
ty of good tresh, stock water from wrvTirc
a spring. $2.500. Contact Tom Bux- [ NOHCE
ton, Route 3, Rusk. 2-t-p-9
_____ | WANTED: I have several prospec-
FOR SALE: 6 room house, 25 or uve buyers for farms in this area.
50 acres land. All conveniences, n8¿ your property for sale with
telephone. Write C. S. TIalbert, me Doug Moore, Real Estate, Ph.
4603 Keystone Road, Houston 21, 20242, Palestine, Texas. 4-t-c-4
Texas, or Wyatt Halbert, Rusk.
MYF Meeting Mon
The Sub-District MYF group
met at Dialville Monday, August
13th for a monthly meeting.
Attending from Rusk were Lin-
da Black, Terrell Marie Fisher,
Angela England, Judy Banks, Jo
Ann Abernathy, Frederic Lun -
ford, Mike Burks, Terry Guinn.
and Larry Christopher.
Following the regular program
and business meeting, refresh-
ments and entertainment were en-
Billy Roy Browning, sponsor,
accompanied the group.
Marion Mallard And
Bill March Visit In
Okla. On Vacation
| Misses Marion Mallard and Bill
3-t-p-9 NOTICE: The Gibraltar Chapel
'Baptist Church invites everyone, , . ,
Chevrolet, 2 t0 church services 2nd and 4th'Marfh ,)f Uusk' rece"t y„ 8*>en} a
weekend at Western Hills Lodge,
Double Ring Ceremony Unite Miss
Laura Neel And Wayne Bobbitt Tuesday
Miss Laura Louise Neel became, ti jue silk, dress.
the bride of Mr. Wayne Bobbitt; Larry Neel, brother of the
Tuesday, August 21st, 2:30 p.m. In bride, attended the groom as best
the parsonage of the First Meth- man.
odist Church. Rev. Jewel Strong Mrs. Bobbitt is the daughter of
performed the double - ring cere- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ú. Neel of
money before an improvised altar this city. His parents are Mr. and
in front of the fireplace. Beauti- Mrs. Alonzo Bobbitt of Weches,
ful seasonal flowers were used in The bride will attend Rusk High
the decorations. School this fall where she is a sen-
For her marriage. Miss Neel for, and the groom is completing
chose a teal blue taffeta dress his senior year at Stephen F. Aus-
with lace bodice, and black acces- tin State College.
«fries. j After a brief wedding trip to
Miss Linda Lee Fitts attended . the coast, the couple will be at
the bride as maid-cf-honor. She home on North Henderson Street
wore a light pink, brocaded an- in this city.
Mrs. Eloise Fitts And Daughter Name
Miss Neel Honoree At Shower Monday
FOR SALE: 1040
door, registered, $H5. Klton Smith, Sunday and Sunday night. Sunday
Rt. :i. .1 miles southwest of Rusk.' School every Sunday. Charlie
2-t-p-9 Hart, pastor.
FOR SALE: Garden tractor with NOTICE: For sanitary septic tank
mower, breaking plow, disk, cul- cleaning, call A. R. Pool, collect,
tivator, inulchor trailer. See Orval 4150 Henderson. Prompt efficient
Johnston at Oakland store on service. tfc-33
Route 4. 3-t-p-O '
FOR .SALE: 49 acres land, 4 room
house and porch. 7 miles out,
Highway 2,'i. Gas, lights, good well
with pump. See Grady Wilcox, I
Route 1, Rusk. 1 t-p 0 NOTICE:
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED
We repair your old Electrie Iron
We Buy Junk Batterief
Babcock Bros. Auto Supply Store
Registration for kinder-
garten will be August 30th at 1(1
FOR SALE: Carload of new pianos, ¡,.m. in the Kindergarten room at
just arrived. Cherry wood, blonde, the First Methodist Church. Mrs.
walnut, mahogany, maple, ebony, \\ j.; I'ryor, teacher. l-t-p-9
all styles at rock bottom prices. |
Trade terms, or rental. Tunstall CARD OF THANKS
l'iano House, Ph. 7i)fl, Crockett. | 1 wish to express my thanks to
l-t-c-0 those who remembered me with
1 visiLs, flowers, gifts, cards andl
WANTED j other deeds of kindness during my
¡stay in the hospital and since my
™~ return home. Your thoughtfulnesS
' R I AIR: for ex- wi|j (m> rcmcnibered always.
pert television repair and service j Mrs A „ shattuck
call a53, Urtlnl Radio Co., Rusk, | n
Texas. Only television shop with
/irst class government Uceóse in
Cherokee County. We do guaran-
teed service on atl models for the
most reasonable and honest prices.
The highest quality service In
Trio Sings For
«<*«• Member Inducted
RADIO REPAIR WORK
Expert repair 011 nl> types of
radios. Over 20 years oxperlonce.
ilonest and reasonable prices.
Phono 353 Rusk, Texas
WANTED: Deep water well drill-
ing. FHA terms arranged. Work tair> n(l Maxine Ilassell were pre-
guaranteed 12 months. Call G. C. suited >y J. E. Hamilton, program
Jordan, Ph. 2061, Cushlng, or director for the month of August.
4tp24tc<5 Eor their vocal selections, Ruth
—— .Marie Mayes accompanied them at
FEMALE HELP WANTED: ,(u- piano
OPPORTUNITY! Dr chas. W. Cnstncr, president,
A trio of girls from the First
Baptist Church presented a musi-
cal program for Rusk Kiwanians
when they met in regular session
Tuesday, August 21st at Smith's
Nelda Smith, Tomtnie Lee Sar-
f. a <1 y to do telephone survey in
Rusk. Chance for advancement.
Mend qualifications to H. D Cooke,
212'v lloskms Street, Longview,
WANTED RESPONSIBLE PER-
V man or woman, from thi-e
area wanted to service and col
leot (rom automatic vending ma-
ehmo-. No sellini: \ge not esseii'
tt.iI Car references and $1500 in
necessary 7 to 12 hours
•( approximately $250
Possibility full time
kmI interview i!i\e lull
te P 0 Box
I t p (1
presided at the luncheon meeting
One new member was inducted, j
Dr .1 C. Stobaugh of the Rusk
Visitors included a four mart
delegation from the Kiwanis club
at Lufkin, and Rusk Chamber of
Commerce manager, Jack Nichols.
___ . . o —-—-
Six On Program
At Wed. Meeting
.011 Wed 11
enjoye ! a pni
a> i> h ii. pre>entvd
Vrthur England of
> Hospital I'hi pro
.hort talk> bv \iv
ns who have Ix't'n
.. Lw*l t. vv
IF YOU HAVE-
the Southwest' finest luxury re-
sort, near Wagoner, Oklahoma.
Set on a wooded peninsula in Se-
tiuoyah State Park, near Fort Gib-
son Lake, the lodge offers guests
outdoor sports, including fishing,
riding, swimming and water
sports, as .well as a planned recre-
Local Ladies Hear
Preview Of WSCS
Study Course Thurs.
Mesdames Esther Harrison, Mor-
jris Ilassell, B. P. Reed, Robert Aus-
tin and Lonnie B. Strong were in
Palestine Thursday to attend a
meeting of the chairmen of all sec-
tions of the WSCS for this district.
Purpose of the meeting is to get
a preview of the new study cours-
es for the next year,
Rusk Has Large
Number Of Students
Students that will enter collego
and universities this fall are: Jim-
my Jared, University of Texas,
Austin; Bobby Butler, University
of Texas, Austin; J. M. Haynes,
University of Texas, Austin; Charl-
es Smith, Ranger Jr. College, Ran-
ger; I^awrence Clayton, Ranger Jr.
College, Ranger; Doug Jordan,
Ranger Jr. College, Ranger;
Ann McCarroIl, Ix>n Morris Col-
lege, Jacksonville; Travis Wil-
liams, Lon Morris College, Jack-
sonville; Lewis Caveness, Lamar1
Tech, Beaumont; Jim Bob Coker,
Texas A&M. Bryan; Gail Bagley,
Stephen F. Austin. Nacogdoches;
Sally Ramey, Stephen F. Austin,
Nacogdoches; Carolyn King, Steph-
en F Austin, Nacogdoches; Dolly
' Jean Abernathy, Stephen F. Aus
tin. Nacogdoches; Felda Courtney,
Stephen F. Austin, Nacogdoches;
Jimmy Elliott, Stephen F Aus-
Austin, Nacogdoches; Jimmy Wen
deborn, Tyler Junior College. Ty-
ler; Calvin Jones. Tyler Junior
¡College, Tyler; Mike Cassidy, Ty-
ller Junior College. Tyler; Lavern
¡Fletcher. Tyler Commercial Col-
lege, H'vler; Billy Dai by, Tyler
i Commercial ('oil" :e Tvlei, Win
ston Power. Texas Christian Uni-
versity, Fort Worth; Nelson Bur-
ton. Ni\rth Texa.t State College,
Denton, Ti*mmie l.w Sartauv
Mary Hardin Baylor, Helton;
VUry Ruth Butler. Stephen Col-
lege. D 1 a n n e Svallon. St Paul
Nursimj SchtHvl. tulla*, vVlu Kch
olí I'mversity of Houston ILhu
ton, Betty sue SUw*,irt, tniver-
Mt> of HouMoti. FIim
beih \nn J o n e ■> I mv**tsiiv of I
Houston Houston Muiru H#>
IVotKtlg>«iv Junior Colleitw,|
•tiionv IVrkms .uut M.i«v
l\*\K wilt rvtufu tv* the I uivvifvil)
• >1 I • \. « Vu -tin Aiui Mvy tviiivy
i« KviU-v Praiít to
t Vim n . Coltniv ntHMMy Mmní
Miss Laura Neel, bride-elect of
Wayne Bobbitt. was named hon-
oree at a miscellaneous shower
Monday evening 7 to 9 given by
Mrs. Eloise S. Fitts and daughter,
Linda Lee Fitts. at their home at
405 Barron St. Mrs. Fitts and
daughter, Darlene, greeted the
.guests. In the receiving line were
Miss Linda Lee Fitts, Miss Neel,
Mrs. Richard Neel, mother of the
honoree, Mrs. Harman Stevens,
Mrs. Lonzo Bobbitt, mother of the
groom of Augusta, and Mrs. Lon-
1.0 Bobbitt, Jr., of Alto. Miss Neel
was attired in a light blue linen
strapless sun dress, decorated in
leaves covered with pearls and
rhinestone, with jacket of soft
folds over the shoulder.
The mantel in the living room
was symbolic of the happy occas-
ion. Above the panel mirror hung
a nile green wedding ring decor-
ated with nile gceen tulle pom-
poms and white sweetheart roses,
centered with antique bridal fig-
urine, and miniature wedding
bells hanging from the center.
Mr. Herman Odom presided at
the register. This table held an
arrangement similar to the one on
Mrs. Leon Pledger and Miss
Jewel Lee Mnness displayed the
many lovely gifts. The dining
room 'able was covered with im-
ported embroidered Irish linen
Mollie Cassidy and Miss Sarah
Ruth Talley assisted in serving
rainbow sandwiches, miniature
wedding ring cakes tied with pink
ribbon, nuts and mints.
Fifty guests called and many
others sent gifts.
Patients in the Hospital:
Mr. W. A. Murray, med., Rusk;
Mrs. F. A. Fuqua, surg., Rusk; Mr.
Albert Kojack, med., Rusk; Mrs.
Mollie Gunter, med., Rusk; Mrs.
Con Burns, med., Rusk; Mrs. R. A.
Covington, surg.. Rusk; Mrs. C. H.
Hudson, med., Rusk; Johnny Wal-
ker, Ortho., Rusk; Mrs. M. E.
Trammell, med., Rusk.
Mae Pearl Hackney, med., Alto;
Mernivia Neeley, med., Rusk;
Mary Lou Furch, med., Alto.
Mrs. Vee Jones, Rusk; Mrs. C.
C. Simpson and infant daughter,
Rusk, Gary Edward May, Alto;
Mr. J. I>. Cates, Alto; Mrs. Edna
Ithodes. Rusk; Mrs S. J. Havard,
Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. Ennis Morris,
Rusk; Mr. Gene Finley, Rusk; Mr.
J. W. Aylor, Douglas; Mr. D. J.
Sessions, Rusk; Mrs. Roy Foreman
and infant daughter, Alto; Mr.
Vernon Hollingsworth, Reklaw;
Mrs. John Musick, Rusk; Mrs. E.
'.V, Pearson and infant daughter,
cloth and centered with a wedding Rusk; Mr. S. K. O'Neal, Rusk; Mr.
ring arrangement o( pink carna-
tions and white shattered chrysan-
themums. The buffet held attrac-
tive arrangement of the same
Mrs, John O, Summers presided
at the crystal punch bowl. Mrs.
Carl Chandler, Forest; Mr. J. D.
Ford, Reklaw; Mr. J. L. McElroy,
Rusk; Mr. George Mitchell, Alto;
Mr. H. M. Haney, Rusk; Mrs. Hen-
ry Cox, Rusk; Mr. Lonnie Cook.
Alto; Mrs. J.' B. Parnell, Reklaw;
Mrs. Carrie Crippen, Rusk; Mrs.
Charles Peters and infant son.
Mary Monmouth, Houston;
Judge Dotson, Jacksonville; Ber-
tha Wickware, Rusk; Hazel John-
son and infant son. Rusk.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clayton,
have returned from a ten day trip
to New Jersey and New York.
They carried their son, Donald, to
New Jersey, his port of embarka-
tion for overseas duty. While
there Mr. and Mrs. Clayton enjoy-
ed a sight seeing tour of New
Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Lloyd have
returned to Rusk to make their
home after a several years stay izt
San Benito. Their son, Gary, was
one of The Rusk Cherokeean'^
winners in a (subscription contest
in 1951. He was presented a bi-
cycle for his fine work.
Meeting Is Well
Attended Aug. 16
The regular meeting of the Pon-
ta Community Improvement organ-
ization Thursday night, August 16,
was well attended, despite the hot
The meeting was called to or-
der by Terry Perkins, and after
an address by Mr. He>dd, County
Agent, Mr. Marshall Assistant
County Agent, helped tne young
H. M. S. Richard*,
FREE — HBLE COURSE — FREE
Flux wid m the first Utieni In the Free Vete
«I Frepheey BIW* Cormpemhne* Ceurt*. H*
beeki I* buy. N* obligation. I with t* well
In ttti: □ Faith C«ne ef 40 letiem
□ Junltr Court ef 24 Leuen*
Street and Ne." Z..'.
City Zene Ute
" ~ Hall abete te
VOICE OF PROPHECY
te* 35-A Let Anteltt 53 California
people to /complete their organi-
zation of a 4-H Club.
A cake walk was held, the pro-
ceeds to buy playground equip,
ment for the youngsters of the
Ice cream and cold drinks wero
enjoyed by all.
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
AUGUST 26 thin SEPT. 2
SERVICES EACH EVENING
YOU ARE INVITED
C0IK-"LET US REASON TOGETHER"
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 23, 1956, newspaper, August 23, 1956; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150146/m1/4/?q=cherokeean: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.