The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1960 Page: 4 of 16

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THE CHEROKEEAN
december w. 1*60
page four
Wendeborns Fred Florence
what Rusk Folks are doing
Hi
/t \t r\
I,,
«i K n r
: t L/ W «•
Mrs John Henderson and daugh
ter Eloise of Campron visited her
parents Mr and Mrs. Lewis Mr
Carroll furst of last week.
Mr and Mrs Dan H Heard of
Dallas spent the holidays with
their parents Mr and Mrs Dan
Heard and Mr and Mrs W W
Courtney
Mrs L K Hudson's guests for
the holiday season were her chil
dren Mr and Mrs Charles Hudson
and family Mr and Mrs Wesley
Hudson and family. Mr and Mrs
J. W Jackson arid family all of
Dallas
Mr and Mrs Gerald Chapman
and Mike are spending the hoi j
days at Weatherford visiting her
parents, Rw and Mr J J Wester
Mr and Mrs Robert Jarvis re
turned to their home at Cleveland
Monday after visiting with her
parents, Mr and Mrs F'at Choate
for the holidays
Mr and Mr* Vernon Hester were
guests of their children Mr arid
Mrs. M F Acker and Rex at Hous
Ion for Christmas
Mr* Arch Pearson of Jackson-
Too Late
To
Classify
I «1ST Mor'1 iv !)••' ' r
red tick raale cook and -oo
dog. Sonnewh-re between Alt■■>
sill- visit., d Mrs Edna Hir
Friday afternoon
Mr and Mrs Johr
ind Flora- of f'arr.er1 i
Hendí r-ori
Lewis M<
Carroll Jr. student at Texas I ni
Mrs
John
ver-ity .'ind Mr and
Irwin of Beaumont were home for
the Christmas holiday's with th< ir
parent Mr and VIr f>*wis M'
Carroll and Su an
Mi - , fieaulah Allen returned las'
week from an extended visit at
Houston Her sisters. Mrs Ottiee
Houston and Mrs George Bain)
Mr ftaird a n d their daughter,
Diane of Houston and Mrs Ge r;;e
Baird. Sr of I/juisiana riccom
panied her home fur the Chri .lirias
holidays Mr and Mrs A R Allen
and Raymond Allen of Mt Plea
sant also spent Christmas with
their sister.
Mr and Mrs Tommy Francis of
Houston and Dr and Mrs Richard
Hunter of Oklahoma City visited
their grandparents. Dr and Mrs
T If < ohhle Wednesday a n d
Thursday of this week
Mr and Mrs Def karri Met ord
and children Jimmy and M a r y
Helen of Austin spent. Christina-:
with his mother, Mrs. M K Me
Cord Jimmy and Mary Helen re
ni.iinod here for a few days loni'er
wish their grandmother Mr-. Me
Cord joined her son arid family
|I,- "(Villiarri '¡.ea'r,ain ,« i.
Christin-is afternoon arid m;;ht a'
Dangerfield with his son a ri d
family Dr and Mrs lloger ' heath
irn and children, D.ivul and Deb
hie
. ■ si'iriin the Oakland home of
Mr ar-d Mrs lister Thornton dur
wg ' hristmas were Mr anil Mr
R/iher: Thornton and daughter Al
|iv n of Sulphur I-i , Mrs Alvin
Hayes of Heaumbn' and Mi ■ > .Van
Crawl ord of Galveston
Last Rites
for Chri
Mr, D-
diririi r with Mr and
id
m <
Hi
McCord
,it Jiu k
, linn of
¡iinri ■ i!
■ tuner.
Mr Pi
David
son
Mil
Mr
Mai -■
I'
r
I U
(Continued from Page 11
Pallbearers were Kemlriek Fraz
ii r J I> Norton, Torn Sartain
Webb f'inley. J C Williams, Sr.
Melviri Session1 M fi Philbrick
and lloirier Smith
Wallace Funeral Home was in
eharr.e of arrangements
O
State Hospital
(Continued from Page Ii
■ ciitjve board rerornmendations
probably won't affix t any < f the
It ti k hospital s current programs
A'iordiri;' I'.u i/n- Manager W.
11 I iraper (lie bi:;i'i.'¡t rut 'a as in
a prop'. ' d expansion of the treat
merit pro. ,irn, including profes,
About S<i0(l,f)00 w.'r cut out if
till pro ;irri. and tncn-a ;er¡ :■ up
' pin , -ill ha.i- to et by on
lwi.000 le than I he pr||eet((d
ri '¡in st.
day.
and p:
Up win
2028<¡
f|
red li;'h:
x 821 J.
F 0 It KEY! Ftirtu .h-d .
apartment in ifórn-'-t Park Call
Mr- M v i.vie., phor.e
tfc ;'Ji
Notice
Will t ke limited number of
pi no «nd voc«l itudenti.
Call MU 3-4030
Mrs. L. H. Evans
d Mr Jim M
.,i 1 Mr l: l
era I servic s fur tlx ir cousin, Mr
I «,(..■ Cuinn her,. Frid.s- Dee "
Mr and Ml I! ' Mil- .-IwhUe
am] on David Mu.sselwhile and
N[,r .Hid Mr I'a-iiton Mil ■ 1 Iwhite
n[ I .ufkin at tended funi ral a r
Vices for their brother arid. Uncle,
Mr Cuinn
0 — - -
PI'ESF.VI INC
Mr and Mrs David Bishop of
Route one Rusk, proudly announce1
the birth of a baby girl. Cindy
Cull, at Kuk Memorial Hospital,
December 22nd The voiiri : lady
wer'h'-d Ii lbs II ounces She has
fmir brothers. Joel, David, Terry
. > 11 < I Steven and one si-.ter, Sue
Weekend Specials
NICHOLSON'C
■«FOOD STCRf «*
IMPERIAL
SUGAR io $1
$100
MARKET SLICED
BACON
39
ADMIRATION
COFFEE
59
PURE
8 b BUCKET
$1
25
FOREMOST
MelloHne'/ 29*
PURE PORK
Sausage
} •
$1
00
BLACKBURN WAFFLE
'/a « 39'
Of Visitors
Rusk had a- : msU in their home
reientl> Mr i'.d Mrs Rea.: in Bell
ar.il ¡.'randi hildren Jimmy Ra>
I.oise <"i P' e V. <■ (children of their
son. Mr ar. 1 Mrs Junior Bell) Mr
,,r:d Mr. William Si-1 man. 'if Ho-,
haron. Texas Mr and Mrs Cline
Duncan of Dekalb. Mrs ( alvin
Seimari of AI'.n Mr. fairline Jowel
of pa -a-' ria Donald I- v.'is of Pal-
I- t.r.e Mr D I " :'h. Sat.r 1 ai.d
Steve. Mr and Mrs Jarras Blan
ton, Teresa a'd lairue Petty I/ou
Werideliorn ad of Ru-.k, J ¡minie O
Wr-ndeborn ' I/ingview
Tweri'y two rrn-r jkt-. of the farn
ily enjoyed the food, fun arid fel-
low,hip of gift exchanging
Mrs Pearl Pel I, mother of Mrs
Wendehorn, was also a guest, arid
observed her 78th birthday Dec
ember 27th
O
Hostess To Night
Circle of First
Presbyterian
Mrs VI R Philbrick was hostess
tn the Niijht Circle of the Women
of First Pri byt'Tinn Church Tues
dav December 2(>th The Christmas
theme was used in decorating '.he
house.
Mrs Mildred Fulton presided •' !
a brief business session
Mrs I. II Evans showed the
ilrri I.el s Keep Christmas, Peter
i 'i.ii f.rmoti , -errnori.
inued from Pa,
d'-ri future for Dalla , a
lth west.
tselieved In Future
tional organizations
Marriage
In 1923 a few months be for
of safety and the best quality of
eruce to the public ''
Activities Numerous
gregation in Dallas He was also a
member of the Independent Order
of B'nai B'rith, the Hella Shrine
i ■rnp'e, Terrvll L/jdge AJ"' & A.M.
\v.-. - ral the Elks. He was
. n i di . l ee Masori KCCH and
I
'I ■
h'
tre
folic
ii and the South-
1 We are just be-
ginning to progress.
I can cora eive of no more in
vitirii' o;>portunities far fortunes
to be made, spheres of true use
fulness t>> tie found, than in th;.
section iii the next few years
Iri i te- years wi.ieti followed, Mr
Fio.-.-m e devoted his time and at-
tention not only to banking but
to philanthropy, civic work, the
arts, arid other business endeav-
ors
lie became associated with
hundreds of city, state, and na-
Party Given
By Mr. and
Mrs. Wilcox
A party was given Monday, Dec-
ember l!>th at the home of Mr and
Mrs L. I. Wilcox on Crockett
Street, honoring employees of the
Wilcox lee Plant.
A delicious turkey dinner with
all the trimmings was served to
Mr and Mr . D H Dorniny, Mr
and Mrs A W Odorri, Mr. arid
Mi.-. f !• -v .1 !': '. lie, Mr and Mrs.
Carl Wile \ Mr anil Mr. A M
.N'ort a.
Each oi the fiv< men employed
at llr fda.'it as prr-si-nted with a
nil, shirl and tie
(«till r : V,. re Charle: U'll
lorenr
.•sides
s ar.d
Turtle
vnf
Creek I
his wife,
. David I.
Of
id
daughter
.th of Dal).
1 the h'.
Mr-
he is sur-
Florence,
Eugene
tribute
. pre ap-
the
sociation
the huge
ear.s earlier Mr Flor-
itx i."s n office as
Dallas Republic Na-
predated than • • r "
American Barikv
elected him pr • t o i
organization
Twenty
ence. the
president of
tional Rank despite his relative
youth 144 years old/, had been
selected as president of the Texas
Rankers Association
In 1955 when ARA elected the
Dallas banker as their president,
at. the organization's national con-
vention in Chicago. Mr Florence
greett d the accolade accom-
panied by a thundering, standing
ovation from his fellow workers
with a mixture of humility,
pride and gratitude "
He had reached the pinnacle of
the banking world.
When his term as president of
the giant organization expired in
1 !i:")(i, Mr Florence had a word of
wisdom for his colleagues that
added up to one central theme
th. public mus! Ix- served
These were his words
Ranker, should be aggressive
long . . runs all the way from
three terms as president of the
Dallas Clearing House Association
and past president of the Texas
Rankers Association to president
of the American Rankers Associa-
tion.
During hr- 4(1 years in Dallas
Mr Florence received nearly every
civic honor which the city awards
to in business and professional
men
In 1944 he was awarded the l.inz
Award in recognition as the citizen
of Dallas whose deeds during that
year resulted in the greatest bene-
fits to the community. Other a
wards included the Dallas D i s-
tinguished Salesman Award for
1954; the "Kudos College'' Award
of the Dallas Advertising I-eague
in 1955; the Headliner of the Year|
Award by the Dallas Press Club
in 1956. and many, many others
Other Honors
The Greater Dallas Planning
Council selected him as the win
ner of its 1959 Distinguished Civic
Service Award.
Mr. Florence held three honor-
ary doctor of laws degrees, cor.
ferred in turn by Westminster Col-
lege, Fulton, Mo , Oklahoma city
I aiiver: ity, and Texas Technolog-
ical College
In September of 1959 on behalf
of Pope John XXHI he was award-
ed th" Benemerenti Award, the
Roman Catholic Church's highest
pi-j ¡ ir crippled children.
In 19Ü6 Mr Florence was named
chairman of the banking commit
tee in President Eisenhower's "Peo-
ple to People" program to promote
international understanding a n d
friendship
d
b
P
Odom
tin
wh
traditions
tch will irisun
sm
i fur a non member,
vence was a member ar
IF YOU HAVE-
eloped
moved
«old out
been shot
had a bany
been robbed
hdJ company
been married
lost your hair
•jold your hugs
been on a trtp
been in a fight
stolen anything
cut a naw tooth
had an operation
caught a Mg fish
bought a new car
entertained gut.^rw
painted your house
celebrated a birthday
' or DONE ANYTHING
telephone, drop a postcard,
come in, or in any convenient
*v,iv inform the
The Cherokeean
oüril standards Ire
?.r oí
mm «• . -i** mknlu
t
1 TOM
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«n ' "k . Vf-ét • . .**'■ it
Triumphantly, 1961
Arrives, And We
Seize The Oppor-
tunity To Extend
Our Very Best
Wishes For Your
Happiness In The
Days Ahead.
The Cherokeean
STJ
Mr and I
Jacksonvill
for 1'itt.sbi
will make I
has accepj
national
that area
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statiol
morning, [
leave
er of thcl
his paref
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Whitehead, E. H. The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1960, newspaper, December 29, 1960; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150372/m1/4/ocr/: accessed August 11, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.

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