The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 109, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 4, 1957 Page: 4 of 16
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PAGE 4, SECTION 1
The Rusk Cherokeean. Rusk, Texas
APRIL 4. 1957
*lt. Classified ads are p/.yable in advance, rates are double if statement is sent.
ner lot, paved street. 3 bedrooms, |
l1^ baths, central heat, Venetian
Two bedroom house, bIinds- t'a11 IIarr>" Tosh- 182 w ,,r
screened in back porch. Nice lot, 18L
in good neighborhood
FUR SALE: Seed Cane.
4 t-p-38 TELEVISION REPAIR: For ex-
_ pert television repair and service
See D' call 353, Urdal Radio Co., Rusk,
\\ aggoner, fi miles west of Rusk, Texas. Only television shop with
FOR SALE: Store near Rusk with Highway 84. 2-t-p-40 first class government license in
three bedroom residence and all IT ' Cherokee County. We do guaran-
1-OR SALE: 2 bedroom home on . , • , . ,
conveniences. Morris W. Hassell, acTOS |an(1 3,„, mi|t.s j.]ast 0f ser\ice on all models for the
Phone No. 4. tfc-36 Rusk on Highway 84. Box'65 or most reasonable and honest pric-
phone No. 6, Whitehouse, Texas. es- The highest quality service in
l-t-p-41 East Texas. tfc-46
FOR SALE: 5 room brick home,
good condition in city on paved
street. Large lot, central heat Call YOU saved and slaved Tor wall RADIO REÍ'AIR WORK
Ralph Johnston. Ph. 537-W, or to wall carpet. Clean it with Hlue Expert repairs on all types of
J10. tfc-37 Lustre. Bearden Furniture Co., radios. Over 20 years experience.
FOR SALE: New home, large cor-
Friday & Saturday, April 5th & 6th
l-t-c-4L Honest and reasonable prices.
■——" URDAL RADIO
Phone 353 Rusk, Texas
100 Lb. Burlap Bag 279
100 Lb. White Cotton Bag 2*8^
25 Lb. Bag
100 Lb. Bag
WATER HOSE 5 Yr. Guar#nhM>
(WE BACK UP THE GUARANTEE)
HOE 4" x 6" Each 1'59
Small light hoe with regular length handle. Ideal for use in
garden, yard and flower garden.
Regular 100 Lb. Bag
18r*, 100 Lb. Print Bag
WE HAVE SOME NICE ONES, HOT OR SWEET.
CUT WORM POISON
WE HAVE IT.
_ PEA SEED ~
A scarce item but we have a good supply right now.
— BABY CHICKS _~
WE HAVE THEM EVERYDAY.
COLORED CHICKS FOR EASTER
WE WILL HAVE THEM.
WATER SOLUBLE. FINE FOR TOMATOES, PEPPER AND
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
DUST, DUSTERS & SPRAYERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE.
FRESH FROZEN FRYERS
Grown by us, Purina feci, carefuily selected, fully dressed and
each in a sanitary plastic bag. We have them every day. Buy
one or a doxen for your deep freeze.
Metal Edging For Flower Beds
We have it. Keeps grass out of flower beds.
Bargain Chick Day, April 9th
On April 9th, which is next Tuesday, beginning at 10 a.m., we
will have for you the greatest bargain we have ever offered on
chicks. During tho past two years hundreds of you have bought
our No. 1 Cornish Cross chiwks ar.c! have .lit,',; bw¡:'.¿
the best chicks you ever grew. We have always sold these fine
No. 1 straight run Cornish Cross chicks at the low price of 10c
each. Now here comes the big news. On April 9th, we will have
a limited number of these same fine chicks (1000 to be exact)
from the same hatchery and will offer this on a first come,
first served basis at the following bargain price:
With each purchase of a 25 lb. bag of Purina Broiler Chow
at the regular price, you will get 12 of our famous Cornish
Cross Straight Run Chicks at 2c each. Buy 2 bags and get 24
chicks at 2c each, or 4 bags and get 48 chicks at 2c each.
All we ask you to do is to bring an empty box for your
chicks. It will be impossible for us to accumulate enough boxes
to box these chicks.
Everyone likes fried chicken. Now is the time to start
those chicks for fried chicken in June. Tell your friends and
neighbors about this exceptional offer and be here with an
emoty box at 10 a.m. April 9th.
Rose Food, Rose Spray and Rose Dust
WE HAVE WHAT YOU NEED.
FEED & SUPPLY
"YOUR PURINA DEALER"
HELP WANTED: You can add $25
to $50 a week to your present in-
come. Part time Iiawleigh busi-
ness in Rusk or Central Cherokee
County. For full particulars, see
<;. L. Johnson, Alto, or write Raw-
leigh's, Dept. TXC-1334-2, Mem-
phis. Tenn. 3-t-p-40
WANTED: Beauty operator at Pal-
estine Beauty Shop. Call 9208, Ed
Rider. 2 t-p 40
WANTED: Saleslady or salesman
to sell McNess Products part or
full time. Big profits. No experi-
ence needed. Will teach an-i fi-
nance you. Write today. McNess
Co., P. O. Box 2766, DeSoto Sta-
tion, Memphis, Tenn. 2-t-p-41
FOR RENT OR SALE: In J. M.
Musques Grant, 7 miles East of
Rusk. 58 acres, old house in Tho-
mas Watson Survey and adjoining
50 acres in Looney survey Will
¡sell surface only for cash or rant
to responsible party, advance
cash, annually. Contact owner, O.
J. Bowman, at Hotel Dallas. Dal-
las, Texas, weekdays March 25-
April 6. 3-t-p-39
NOTICE: For sanitary septic tank
cleaning, call A. R. Pool, collect,
4150 Henderson. Prompt efficient
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED
We repair your old FElaetrlc Iron
We Boy Junk batteries
Babcock Bros. Auto Supply Store
4 To Remodel or Repair
* To Build or Buy
C. L. HASSELL PLUMBING CO.
Prompt and efficient service.
DAY OR NIGHT
Local or Rural
Phono 497 Rusk, Texas
NOTICE: I'll spray your cattle.
Kill lice, ticks, horn flies. Reason-
able prices. Contact Layton Jones,
Rf. 5, next to Jim Hogg State
Park, Rusk. 6-t-p-38
NOTICE: For General Appliance
Repair at a Fair Price, Call Per-
kins llolcomb, 1010 Long, Short.
Alto 4 1 p-41
PRACTICAL NURSE wants work.
Will care fur patients or lake care
of children. Either in your home,
or my home. Reference furnished.
Mr>. J C. Van Orden, Rt. 3, Rusk.
NOTICE: House painting, sheet
rocking, woodworking, our spec-
ialties. Call 423-R, day or ni.yht.
1 t c 41
SALE: Government Surplus-Tools,
tool boxes, vises, drills, gas cans,
water cans, barrels, tarpaulins,
jeep tops, tents, cots, ponchos,
field jackets, overcoats, camping
equipment, tires, roller conveyors,
ladders, paint dump trucks, and
countless other items. Highway
69, 200 yds. South of Jacksonville,
SURPLUS SALES. 4-Í-C-41
Alf Jeraigan Is
Alf Jernigan, manager of t h e
Community Development Depart-
ment of the East Texas Chamber
of Commerce, delivered a talk to
the Rusk Lions Club at their reg-
ular noon luncheon last Thurs-
Jernigan spoke on Community
Development, and explained that
all of East Texas had the resourc-
es needed for continued growth.
The citizens of the communities
must cooperate to make their city
a better place to live if they hope
to attract new industries and peo-
ple. He urged all to cooperate in
order that Rusk can take advant-
age of the opportunities when
Clyde Baker, Chamber of Com-
merce manager, introduced the
Lions Club President, Elma Mu-
sick, Jr., presided.
The "Adventure ami Protection
of Wildlife of Our Game, Wild-
life and Farm Animals," was the
topic of the regular meeting of
the organized Bulah Community
Thursday night, March 28'h, at
the Bulah School House, 7:30.
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Ilulen Wilcox.
The following visitors present
were recognized: Mr. Jack Tis-
(dale, State Game Warden for
Cherokee County; Mr. Otho Black,
Deputy Sheriff of Cherokee Coun-
ty; and Mrs. Allen iJotson, Assist-
ant County 1 ID Agent. Mr. Gar-
land Marshall and Miss Johnny
Lou Weatherly, the agents in Rur-
al Development, were present al-
The minutes of the last meet-
ing were read by the secretary,
Mrs. Neely Ilugghins.
Appointment of new commit-
tees was discussed and at the next
regular meeting the chairman of
■each committee will give a re-
port on the program made during
the past year of 1956. The date
of the community meeting has
been changed to meet the second
Tuesday night in each month at
7:30, instead of the third Thurs-
day. All members of the com-
munity are urged to be present at
the next, meeting, Tuesday night,
April 9th at 7:30, at the Bulah
School House. Visitors are always
welcome and invited to attend.
Mr. Jack Tisdale presented a
film, "The Adventure and Protec-
tion of our Game. Wildlife, and
Farm Animals." The community
appreciates the interest, tini and
consideration Mr. Tisdale did
■ how in presenting I his program.
Eleven families in the Bulah
community turned in reports for
the contest on Community Prog-
ress sponsored by the Farmors-
The 4 i I Club will meet also on
the ni'-iht of April 9th. All niem-
Ikts are urged to attend.
Pvt. ,A. R. Lawson
Pvt. Aubrey R. Lawson, 17,
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M Law-
son, Route 4. Jacksnovillc, recent-
ly completed ten weeks of ad-
vanced individual training at the
Army's Armo r Training Center,
Fort Knox, Ky.
Lawson was trained to drive the
Army's medium tank and passed
the tank gunnery proficiency test.
He entered the Army last Octo-
ber and completed basic training
at Fort Bliss, Texas.
Meets In Rusk
The Cherokee County Sheriff's
Posse met at the National Guard
LOCAL Armory Tuesday evening, April 2
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Craig and with president Bob Gregg, prcsid-
son of Latnarque, Mrs. W. E. Free ing.
of Houston, Mrs. Lila Fullcn of Frank Brown of Jacksonville,
Conroo, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Wal- chairman of the Junior Posse re-
lace of Jacksonville, Mr, and Mrs. I ported on the progress being made
James Jenkins and Webb of Luf- in the organization of the voung-
•kin, Mrs. J. H. Hall, and Ernest ster.
Hudruill of Rusk were Sunday vis- The meeting was open for qucs-
liitors with Mrs. D. H. Hudnall. lions and answers.
o j The next meeting of the Posse
Boston is the largest capital city will be May 7th, President Gregg
in the U.S. j announced.
i Georgia is the largest state east o
oí the Mis&iasippi. | READ THE CLASSIFIEDS
Maj. Williams Is
Major W. It. Williams, U. S. Ar-
my, was the guest speaker on the
Rotary Club's program Wednes-
day noon at the Rusk Hotel
The speaker, a veteran of 16
years military service, was a com-
bat serviceman in Europe in
World War II, and also the Ko-
rean War. He served as a military
adviser to the Arabian Army in
Saudia Arabia, and at present is
Army adviser to the Texas Na-
tional Guard with the 143rd in-
fantry Battalion, of which the lo-
cal unit is a member.
"The National Guard is the old-
est military organization in the
history of the United States. It
goes back over 100 years before
the organization of the United
States with a group of Guardsmen
in Massachusetts, one in Porto
Rico, which was organized just a
few years after the discovery of
America. Our local boys are and
have a right to be proud of the
heritage of the Texas National
Guard. Wherever there is need of
help in time of war, emergency,
flood, or any other disaster, the
Guard stands ready to aid, a n d
has today helped with the tornado
dissater in Dallas, helped with the
Waco tornado and the Texas City
catastrophe," commented Major
Mrs. Paul Cox I
Mrs. Paul Cox. East 5th Street,
entertained with two tables of
bridge, Wednesday afternoon,
Guests from Jacksonville in-
cluded Mesdames W. D. Standley,
W. II. Steffens, C. W. Thompson,
E. L. Mahon, L. B. Watkins, and
from Rusk, Mrs. W. E. Gabbert
and Mrs. Frank Summers.
Refreshments w e r e served by
To Be Sponsored
By B&PW Club
Club Meets At Mrs.
Mrs. Ralph Johnston was host-
ess to the Tuesday Bridge Club at
her lovely new home on Wight-
man Lane, March 26th, wi'h all
Iris and red bud arrangements
were used at vantage points thro-
ughout the living room and den.
Mrs. Walter Meyers won high.
Mrs. Al Elliott second and slam
Refreshments of dessert and
coffee were served.
Untie Your Apron Strings," is
i a cooking program slated for
; Tuesday night, April 9th at 7:30
p.m. in this city, sponsored by the
; Rusk Business and Professional
Women's Club, in cooperation with
the United Gas Corporation.
"Learn what's new in foods,
time saving methods of food prep-
aration, and the latest time sav-
ing features of automatic appli-
ances," stated Mrs. Lenora Nich-
ols, B&PW president.
"We cordially invite all ladies
of our area to attend, and our
members are now selling tickets
for 25c each," pointed out Mrs.
The program will be conducted
in the basement of the First Pres-
byterian Church in this city
Door prizes will be awarded.
A. C. Jenkins and Dr. Roy Mal-
loch of Jacksonville were visiting
Rotarians. Bill McSwain and Chick
Harkins of Rusk and 1st Lt. Henry
West brook. Commanding officer
of Company A, and 2nd Lt. Keith
Kennedy, were special visitors.
What Rusk Folks Are Doing
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Westbrook
and daughter Sarah a n d Sarah
Dickey spent the weekend visit
ing relatives at LaMarque and
Mr. and Mrs. Dechard McCorct
and children Jimmy David and
Mary Helen of Austin spent Sun-
day and Monday here with hisj
mother, Mrs. M. E. McCord.
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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/m1/4/?q=cherokeean: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.