The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1960 Page: 7 of 16
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Nancy White, C. Jones
Exchange Vows In Dallas
• ;.in; W'luie, daughter «>f home of the bride's aunt and
V.is C;11> While of Dallas uncle, Mr. and Mrs 11. 1). Slaton.
became the bride of Charles Thorn- Miss Glonda Seurratt.s registered
as Junt .. * n of Mr and Mrs J. T bursts in the bride's book Miss
u , o Ki rie lUiail Saturday. Knseinary Smith served the wed-
at 3:30 pm. ditig cake and Miss I'hyllis Fletch-
The impris-;\, ceremony was er presided at the silver service,
p, rformed in the chápel of the
Christian Church in Dallas
Specially Di^icn^ List Of
Health Res UlUi ÍUII5
Ki \. Harmon read the double
mi .' eeremony before an altar de
corated with white gladioli and
The bride, Riven in marriage by
her father, wore a beific suit of tended Tyler Junior College. He
is employed with Continental Elec-
tronics in Dallas.
Short on resolutions for the new
year beginning Sunday? Here's a
list designed especially for you and
your family by the Texas State De
partment of Health:
Pri t ' pive your body at
least a - ;;e-.il care as you give
I he bride is a graduate oi Sam-! your <; r Periodic examinations
uels Hmh School in Dallas and are !': • bi :• t way yet devised to
until her marriage was bookkeeper detect bodily disorders while they
at Buck's Record Shop and Ap can s'.'l b« treated successfully, so
pliances. let your doctor look you over thor
The groom is a graduate of i oughly oace a year whether you're
Jacksonville High Sehoo! and at-! ailing or not Make it twice yearly
if \ou're middle-aged.
Dental troubles won't kill you,
but sometimes they can make voli
wish you were dead. So check in
once yearly with your dentist, too
If you are putting on weight, re-
solve to start passing up the can
died yams, boiled potatoes and the
cream filled tidbits w hich almost
invariably spell extra pounds and
perhaps an early grave.
To much weight contributes to
high blood pressure, and may 1h>
associated with hardening of the
wool cashmere with matching ac-
cessories She carried a white
Bible topped with a bouquet of
The maid of honor was Miss
Patsy Jo Darby. Larry Jack Jones
served his brother as best man.
The reception was held iu the
Air. and ¡\irs. Archie A. Emerson of Route 1, Jackson-
i 11 -, announce the engagement and approaching marriage
Appearing on the Jacksonville
High School honor roll for the
second six weeks of the school
year are Seniors—Lynda August-
ine. Fráií Hcarden Becky Chandl-
er, John Daventxirt, Marilyn Hed-
ricks, Carleen Herring, Billie Suo
Laws, Mike McElmurry, Judy
Huttash and Lynch Homes
Rate En Lighting Contest
The Jacksonville Christmas light- Tyler and Deaton Street was third,
ing contest was judged last week Second and third place in the
with the Lawrence Huttash home, under $25.00 division was the live
704 Monroe Street, rating as first nativity scene at St. John's Meth-
! over the <H) class and the home odist Church and the James Ever-
of Mrs Florence Lynch, 212 Wash ett home, 317 S. Jackson.
Funeral rites for W. F. Bridges,
74, were conducted Monday, Dec-
ember 2(i, in the First Baptist, $2R ()() ^ ^
Church with Hev. William Harper
and Hev. C K Meadows officiating.
Burial was in the Rocky Spring
Cemetery in Dialville mg only 12 entries
. cci there must be as many as 25
Mr Mridges, who was horn and (,n|ri((S
reared in Cherokee County, died i
Thursday, December 22, in the The Sunsct Nursin« Home with
arteries and various forms of heart
disease. Too, it means impaired
vigor, greater surgical risk and
greater danger f r o 111 otherwise
The statistics linking smoking to
cancer and heart disease are piling
up so fast it is getting tougher and
tougher to rationalize the habit.
Hcsolve to impress those statistics
on the minds of the teenagers in
When driving, consider that ev
ery other car is being driven by a
madman, and when walking trust j
motorists only as far as yoti can
see them. Motor vehicle deaths
stand far above accidental deaths
of all other types.
Resolve to take full advantage
of every advancement in medical
science aimed at benefitting you
and the family, but always on onv
potent medical advice. Start by
getting the youngsters and your-
self immunized against polio if
you haven't already done it.
Promise to obey local and state.
The annual January Bible study
of the Central Baptist Church will
be January 2-6. 7 8:30 p.m. in the
chapel. First Corinthians is the
book to be studied. <let your copy
in the church office. This study is
for the entire church family. Start
l'Mil oft right thnrtinh this special
study of the Bible.
There will be no cash prizes
this year as a result of there be-
The rules stat-
their daughter, Sally Florence, to Kenneth A. Hassell, son Owens, .Susan Pearsall, Ixiis Ann |1()mc (,f a daughter in Votaw. He .'ts na''v''y scene at 619 Bonner
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hassell of Rusk. The wedding will lie Roberson, Richie Robertson, C.rady was a member of the First Baptist
'It the eh'incl of the First' \f,.thnrtUt Churoh of Kountree. Ann Scurlock and Shan- church of Votaw and was a retired Placf in ovor $25 00 a,,,i Crest- People were slow to enter the con
^ najíC I 01 inc rust Alctnoctist <_nurcn 01 • . wood Garden Cluh with its licrhtnrl fi*st thou eh hnndrods of homc<
' non Smyrl
Juniors include Susan Boyd, Bil-
ly Jo Braly, Tony Cleaver, Lee
Hall, Ronnie Haws, Jim Milliard,
' Jerrie Sue Reliar, Gail Rogers, San-
dra Vickers, and Kirk Williamson.
Sophomores are Julia Ayers, Jan-'
ie Ballard, Jackson Chandler, Car-:
' olyn Cox, Sandra Dykes, Carmel
I [arret 1. (laylo Royce Haws, Marge
Hyer, Susan Smyrl, Louisa Strip-
ling and Barbara Tutt.
: carpenter and construction worker.
Survivors include three sons,
Coy Bridges of Votaw, Lt. Col.
Dewey Bridges of Greenville AFB.,
So. Carolina, and Clinton Bridges
of Orange; one daughter, Mrs.
Lloyd Kelley of Votaw; one broth-
er, Jim Bridges of Gallatin, and
one sister, Lydia Harris of Gallatin.
Gragard Spraggins - Swofford
Funeral Home was in charge of
laws pertaining to health protec-
mgton, rating as first in the under The Roland Adams home and the tion. For example, if your town has
Ross Causey home in the Crest-! a ,|0g leash law, adhere to it It is
a public protective device and you
are the public.
Last bul vitally important, give
an occasional thought to such awe
some problems as water conserva-
tion, pollution abatement, juvenile
delinquency, and the growing nlnn
ber of elderly people in our so
ciely. Lend your support as a re
sponsible citizen to community ef
forts to solve them.
Street was winner for the second
in the Crest-1
wood Garden Club area came in1
for honorable mention. All the,
homes of this club were marked
with hurricane lamps adding to the
beauty of the neighborhood.
Jacksonville was well lighted for
the Christmas season both down-
town and in the residential area
-QUICK SERVICE -
STAMP PADS • INKS
wood Garden Club with its lighted tint though hundreds of homes
Christmas card at the corner of i were beautifully lighted.
Loofc fiyty \Zaíuj&...Loofc /^StM/iw^I..Loofc fixtQiuji,
Floor Samples - Odd Pieces
We have re-arranged and re-grouped our various de-
partments and have marked down many pieces that we
do not plan to replace when we attend the January market.
Frank Holmes Man Shop
Stock of Men's Fashion
SALE ON SUITS
From our regular Block of fine clcthing labels that
ycu respect for quality.
A large assortment of chairs in many
colors and styles. One of a kind. All are
from our regular factories and quality
$395° _ $M5o
Maple Traditional Early American
Six sofas reduced for quick clearance.
Nationally known brands and our usual de-
luxe construction throughout and a number
of good covers to choose from.
$14950 ■ $22950
Maple Mahogany French
Many styles and designs for you to
choose from. You will find the right table
for almost any space.
S1995 . $^95
Fruitwood and OfF-White
The Fruitwood suite consist of a large
Triple Dresser with mirror, and regular
The White ha* a Night Stand, Bed,
Triple Dret*er with mirror.
Dining Room Suites
Three large dining room suit**, one
cherry, ono modern walnut and on* Ma-
hogany. All have large breakfront*, exten-
sion type tables with six chair*. Reduced
up to 9200.00 per uite.
$2995° . S39950
Eight tuite* to b« sold. Bronietone or
wood. Some have four or six chair*, a*-
*6950 - J89M
Round Maple Table A 4 Chair* Ut SO
NO INTEREST ■ NO CARRYING CHARGE
Williamson - Odom
Sale On Sport Coats
A wide astortment from our regular stock of fam-
SALE ON HATS
Favorite style* and color* by those well known
SALE ON SLACKS
! rom our fine stock of worsteds, Flannels and
SALE ON JACKETS
Save at the beginning of the winter season on
these Jackets. Popular styles and fabrics.
Sale On Sport Shirts
Take your pick of these ever popular style* and
4.95 & 5.00
SALE ON SWEATERS
Ideal for Winter Casual Wear
REG PRICE NOW
9.95 & 10.00 7.45
DRESS SHIRTS BELTS TIES UNDERWEAR
PAJAMAS ROBES ACCESSORIES
FRANK HOLMES MAN SHOP
H* k Cemmwte
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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/m1/7/: accessed August 4, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.