The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1957 Page: 2 of 16
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'ACS 2, SECTION 1
The Rwik Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
APRIL 4, 195?
What. . .
.... are doing
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. R. Cartlidge
had as guests Thursday and Fri-
day. Mr. Cartlidgp's brother and
family, Dr. and Mrs. J R. Cart-
ridge and son Bouldin. their
daughter, Mrs. Jim Karns and ba-
by Jimmy of Midland, and dinner
guests Thursday evening were Mr.
and Mrs. F. F. Cartlidge of Ath-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson of
Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Thompson o f Gilmer. Iowa
were visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Knox Wednesday.
Mrs. E. B. Andrews and prand-
children. Jim and Andrew Rix of
San Antonio, spent a few days
here with .Mr. Andrews and at
Alto with relatives this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilder of
Beaumont Wore weekend visitors
with Mrs Wilder's sister Mr.v \V.
F. Barrows. She accompanied
them home for a visit.
Mr and Mrs. C. H. Kin',' and
Rev. and Mrs. W A Nash attend-
ed funeral services for the Rev.
T. H. Honea at Mahl Sunday aft-
.Mrs C H. Fitts left Sundav fur
Fort Worth where she is visiting
her son. Rev. Milburn Fitts and
.Mr. and Mrs T W. Fisher and
Terrell Marie spent the weekend
with son in-law and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs C. M. Cooper at Temple,
Mr. and Mrs. .J. A Eidson re-
turned Tuesday from Port Lavaca.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S Adams. Jr.
and three children of Houston
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Miller Wednesday night.
Mrs. Tom Dilworth of Dallas
visited her fathiM-. C. E. Jay and
with the Frank Couplands first
of this week.
Lewis Caveness. student at Ran-
ger Jr. College, Ranger, Texas,
.spent the weekend here with his
mother. Mrs D. T. Caveness. Mrs.
Caveness' other children. Mr. and
Mrs Roy Davdison of Beaumont,
Mr. and Mrs. J H. Rearman and
sons Bob and Jimmy of Alto, were
weekend visitors with their moth-
By A. L. Odom
Been having some more of that
good raan. Road w o r k was out
Monday but they worked today.
Mrs. Carl Dickey and Mrs.'"Liz-
zie Wallace visited awhile with
.Mrs. C. A. Odom one day last
Mrs. Anr^i Faye Petty who was
in Husk Manorial Hospital for a
few days, is home now.
Mrs. Hazel Sherman of May-
rielle visited with her mother,
Mrs. E. D. Melvin, one day last
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Ivie, Jr and
children of Center were at their
home here over the weekend.
Mrs. Fleta Stafford of Texas
City spent the weekend with her
family, the C. A. Odoms.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bailey spent
the weekend with the II. B. Clicks
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quinn of
Houston visited her mother, Mrs.
D. A. Barron, who went back homo
with them for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Durham,
their children and Patricia Bvers
attended a show Sunday and Pa-
tricia is entertaining the mumps
Mrs. Mildred Oliver and Doris
«pent Friday with her sistw, Mrs.
Cheba Durham. Doris stayed over
Mr, Ehner Harris and sister,
Mrs. Hazel McKinney of San An-
gelo, spent the weekend with par-
ents. Mr and Mrs. Tom Harris.
Mr. H. C. Polk. Sr. spent Thurs-
day night with son. H. C'., Jr in
Mrs. Lizzie Wallace of Alto
spent the weekend with son, Fra-
zier Wallace and family.
Mr. J i hi mi e Lee Williamson of
Bryan and wife of Lufkin visited
Mrs. T. J. Miller
As is usual on the 5th Sunday,
Rocky Springs Church had a reg-
ular church service with their pas-
tor, O. P. Meadows, conducting.
Attendance was very good.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fulton and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Louie
barter and sons, all of Tyler, vis-
ited here and in Rusk Sunday. It
was the celebration of F. B. Ful-
ton and his sister. Bobbie Fulton
McCreary's birthday. Mrs. Mc-
Crcary of Rusk gave the dinner
and all the Fultons, Mrs. Bettie
Fulton, all her children and grand-
children were present and enjoy-
ed the wonderful dinner.
It will probably be the last get-
together for awhile for the Ful-
tons. as Joe Mack, who signed up
to enter the Air Force, for train-
ing several weeks ago, has been
notified to report for induction,
April 7 3
Not knowing when he would be
called, he entered Stephen F Aus-
tin College, to get all the college
training he could before re-enter-
ing the Air Force He had finish-
ed a bout as a paratrooper.
Mr. and Mrs Merle Weaver of
Houston area spent the weekend
with relatives here arid in Rusk.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrol I). Payne
and Wiley Payne of Houston visit-
ed their relatives here last week-
Mr. and Mrs Henry Fulton of
Dallas visited here over the week-
end and attended the funeral of
Tom Roach, a relative of Mr Ful-
We are sorry to learn of the ill-
ness of Mr Will Overall. He went
t<> John Sealy Hospital some time
ago for a thorough examination.
He was supposed to have serious
surgery early last week, but we
have not learned of the outcome
! of it.. We wish for him a complete
By Sybil Morris
We are really getting lots of
rain lately. This old earth is be-
ginning to get wet. But it has- been
dry so long until this rain is cer-
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Green and
children of Nacogdoches spent
last weekend with Mr. and Mrs
D. A Fritz and attended church
services at the Atoy Baptist
We regret to report the passing
away of Mr. J. C. Bright of Gal-
veston. Mr. Bright was the step-
father of Eld. Ennis Morris of
Rusk. A Galveston funeral home
was in charge ol' arrangements.
Bro. T H. Honea preached the
funeral and Mr. Bright was laid
to re.st in the Isabell Chapel Cem-
etery (Sand Hill) at Mt. Enterprise
•at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, March 28.
Our hearts were made sad from
the passing away or our beloved
friend, Bro. T. H. Honea, Friday,
March 29. Bro. Honea was rritic-
ally hurt in an auto accident Fri-
day morning around 10:30 o'clock
and passed away Friday afternoon
at 2:30 in the Memorial Hospital
Everyone has a special invita-
tion to attend the singing at Atoy
the 2nd Sunday in this month
(April) which will be the 14th
Singing all day and lunch at the
noon hour. All singers have a spe-
cial invitation to attend.
We are indeed proud of the new
fence around our cemetery. We
wish to thank each trie that help-
ed in any way to put this fence
Hicks Moves To
Assumes New Work
Kalph ('. Daniel of Palestine,
staff manager for the National
Life and Accident Insurance Com-
pany announces changes affecting
two Rusk citizens.
D, D. Hicks, who has been the
company representative, is being
transferred to Jacksonville,
J A. Hassell, formerly employ-
Ms" mother. Mrs Irby Petty, Sun- <>d by Masoley ''ru« in Rusk, will
day. replace Hicks fn this citv and.
Mr Guy Chapman of Well s ,ir< íí' assuming the duties of the
spent Tuesday afternoon with April tith.
The River Rhone in France is
the swiftest in the world.
Birmingham is England's sec-
ond largest city.
Australia is the only continent
lying entirely south of the Equa-
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GUARDIANSHIP OF FLORENCE
BROOKS, A PERSON OF
IN THE COUNTY COURT
CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ABOVE WARD OR HER
You are hereby notified that I
have on the 1st day of April, A. D.
1957 filed with the Countv Clerk
of Cherokee County, Texas, an ap-
plication under oath for authority
to make, enter into and execute
an oil, gas and mineral lease cov-
ering said ward's three-eighths
<3/8ths) interest situated in Cher-
okee County, Texas, to-wit:
All that certain tract or parcel
of land, about one mile North
from Lone Star, and being a part
of the GILBERT IRVING 220 ucrb
tract and of the J. C. WALLING
fi4u acre Survey, a n d the tract
herein conveyed is known as
Block No. 6 of the subdivision of
said Gilbert Irving tract and de-
scribed by metes and bounds as
follows, to wit:
BEGINNING ;at. a rock the NE cor-
ner of Block No. 5, oil the SB line
of Amannel Derret tract of 320
THENCE EAST with said boun-
dary 211 vrs. to a rock for corner
from which a Black Jack 30" S
57 E 3-8/10 vrs;
THENCE SOUTH 656 vrs. to a
stake on the NB line of the A. G
Tipton 100 acre tract, BJ 24" N
2W W 3-8/10 vrs;
THENCE WEST with said boun-
dary 211 vrs. to a stake the SE
corner of Block No. 5, BJ 20 S 84
E 6 vrs;
THENCE NORTH with EB line oS
same 656 vrs to the beginning,
containing 24'y acres.
Being the same land described
in Warranty Deed dated Decem-
ber 1, 1911 from George Irviag,
et al to Tannie Irving, reeorded
in Vol. 110, page 130, Deed Rec-
ords of Cherokee County, Texas.
That J. W. Chandler, Judge of
the County Court of Cherokee
County, Texas on the 1st day of
April, A. D. 1957 duly entered his
order designating the 15th day of
April, A. D. 1957 at 10:00 o'clock
A. M. in the County Court Room
of the Courthouse of such County
as a time and place when and
where such application be heard
and that such application will be
heard at such time and place.
Guardian of the Person
and Estate of Florence
Brooks, A Person of
Unsound Mind. l-t-c-41
NOTICE OF SALE OF OIL, GAS
AND SULPHUR LEASE
Pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 150 of the General and
Special Laws of the Mate of Tex-
as, passed by the 45th legislature
at its Regular Session, as amend-
ed by Senate Bill No. 24!!, passed
by the 53rd Legislature at its Reg-
ular Session, the Board of Direc-
tors of the Agricultural and. Me-
chanical College of Texas hereby
offers for sale at public auction
in the Office of the Comptroller,
Room 202, System Administration
Building, College Station, Texas,
at 10:00 a.m. Thursday. April 25.
1957, the oil, gas and sulphur
lease, on 370 acres in two tracts,
the first tract being approximate-
ly 320 acres of land located near
Rusk in Cherokee County, Texas,
and being the same land patented
to T. M. Dement on December 11,
1857, said patent being recorded
in Volume M, Page 473. Deed
Records of Cherokee County Tex-
as and the second tract being ap-
proximately 50 acres of land lo-
cated near Rusk in Cherokee
County, Texas and being a portion
of the J. Ainsworth Survey and
being the same land conveyed to
S. W. T. Lanham by Callie Stovall
by deed dated March 26, 1904 and
recorded in Volume 31, Page 314
of the Deed Records of Cherokee
County, Texas, both tracts of land
being under the exclusive control lars, address
of the Board of Directors of the' COMPTROLLER
Agricultural and Mechanical Col-
lege of Texas, and occupied by the
Texas Forest Service. The right is
reserved to reject any aad all
bids. For lease forms and particu-
Texas Agricultural and
Mechanical College System
College Station, Texas.
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1957, newspaper, April 4, 1957; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150178/m1/2/?q=cherokeean: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.