The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1961 Page: 2 of 21
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THE CHEROKEEAN of Rusk. Texas
Br MRS. MINNIE CONNOR
Thursday, June 8, 1961
West Side of Square, Rusk
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ELECTRIC PRE SHAVE
when you buy
AFTER SHAVE LOTION
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RAZOR ANO BLADES
Mr. and Mrs. .1 F. Cely of day afternoon. ' The Homecoming at the May-¡ Corpus Christi, Richmond. Cay-
llouston spent Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Sam F./ell hurl delle High School Saturday was uga. Grapeland. Jacksonville,
i with his sister, Mrs. Mattie Wil- as guests this week end their quite a sitcee.-There were | Gallatin, Rusk and Maydelle.
liams and family They returned son, Phil Kd and family of Cor- over 200 present. Husbands, Those who didn't make it,
to Houston Saturday. pus Christi. ; wives. children and two former missed a wonderful time. The
Mr Nion Thompson and Mrs. Mr and Mrs, Sidney Hobson teachers were present, Mrs K(v foau game Saturday night was
Connie Boulton of Percilla and and sons, Larry and Mr Rube berta Scott of Pasadena and Mr. j thriller.
Mrs Billie Jones of Ft. Worth, "ill attended the annual home- Hub Vinson of Channelview. .j.ho Ex-Students voted to
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G. Wat . coming at Providence Church I\.\ students (ame from llous- meet again ncxt ye^> 0n Satur-
• son of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. in Anderson County Sunday. ton, Pasadena, Huntsville, Gar-' (jay before- Easter Sunday. Of-
Llewellyn Watson of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. I.ester Bolton land, Dallas. Angleton, Arling- f¡ccrs elected were: president,! |¡mg n)Wthat
ville, spent Sunday afternoon spent, the week-end in Houston ton, Huntington. Mesquite, Pal- ^¡rs Clora Hassell of Rt. 4,
with Mrs Retilla Rail and Min- visiting their son
' nie Conner. ton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James Kd Sher-
man and daughter, Susanne and
Hilly Charles Sherman of Dal
las spent the weekend with
their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cul
len Sherman. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parish
and children of Dallas visited
her mother, Mrs Klmer I.usk
and Mr. and Mrs. Red Parish
over the week end.
Mr John II Lusk entered the
Veterans hospital in Dallas Fri
day His wife went Friday to
be with him.
Owen Fondren of Houston
visited his mother Saturday.
Mrs. Nannie Piper of Oakland
visited her daughter, Mrs.
Myrtle Watson Friday.
Mrs. Fila Mac Mull in ix who
taught in the Houston schools
last year is home for the sum
Mr and Mrs. Maurice Watson
of Houston spent Sunday witti
Mr and Mrs Charles Kdmiston.
Mr Kdmiston is very ill.
Mrs Florence Houston of
Noches visited friends here Sun
Lenon Bol- estine, Crosby. Conroo, Crock-
Rusk; vice president,
Read In Austin Sat.
i'lt. Wichita Falls, Nacogdoches, Clementine Daniels of 10230
Royal Oaks, Houston 16, Texas;
two corresponding secretaries,
Mrs. Corine Dover of Rt. 4,
Rusk. Mrs. Vernadine McQueen
of 1006 Swanson Drive, Pales-
line, Texas and treasurer, Mrs.
Marvin Britton, 1309 Garner,
Anyone who wants to know
more about the event may con-1
I act any one of the above offi-j
cers. They will be glad to tell
you of our reunions. We plan to !
contact everyone we possibly j
(an before the next meeting, j
We would appreciate everyone j
contacting us if we do not have <
your name and address.
Members of classes from 1921,
I92C, 1930 through 1961 were
present. We would like to get
the names and addresses of all
Tickets were issued as fol-
I lows: one drunk (fined S41.7Ü);
four no parking zone; lour run-
ning red light; and one for
There is no "miracle" cure for
1 cancer, according to the Ameri-
Police chief Homer Smith can Cancer Society. Of the more
reports the week-end's work as j than a million cured cases on
a "little heavier than usual." record, all have been treated
"Business is picking up a by surgery or radiation, Un-
it's vacation only approved medical meth-
time," he said. ods.
SINCE THE MODEL "A".
THE MONTH OF MAY WAS THE BIGGEST FOR FORD CAR SALES IN
32 YEARS—SINCE THE HEYDAY OF THE HOT MODEL "A" IN 1929^
MORE THAN 143,000 FORD CARS WERE SOLD. j
THIS MEANS THAT EVERY SIX SECONDS OF EVERY EIGHT-HOUR
DAY, SOMEONE BOUGHT ANOTHER FORD, FALCON, THUNDERBIRD, OR
FORD WAGON. " ~
PERHAPS THOSE 143,000 AMERICANS FOUND OUT SOMETHING YOU
SHOULD KNOW. THEY DID ALL THE SHOPPING, DEALER BY DEALER;
THEY MADE ALL THE COMPARISONS, CAR BX_jJAR, BUT THEY
BOUGHT FORDS I " ~ '
SOONER OR LATER YOU'LL GET A NEW CAR? WHEif fc)l) DO,' TRY
YOUR FORD DEALER FIRST—HE WILL GIVE YOU AN __ABS0LJ|frE
YARDSTICK OF VALUE IN EVERY PRICE RANGE FROM A TUDOR
FALCON TO A THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE.
HERE'S WHAT TO LOOK FOR. IN THE GALAXIE PRICE RANGE, DON'T
SETTLE FOR LESS THAN A CAR THAT'S BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO
TAKE CARE OF ITSELF...THAT GOES 30,000 MILES BETWEEN
CHASSIS LUBRICATIONS...4,000 MILES BETWEEN OIL CHANGES...
WHOSE BRAKES ADJUST THEMSELVES AUTOMATICALLY...WHOSE
MUFFLER IS BUILT TO LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG AS ORDINARY
ONES...WHOSE BODY IS SPECIALLY TREATED TO RESIST RUST AND
CORROSION...WHOSE FINISH NEVER NEEDfe WAXING.
IF YOU WANT RECORD ECONOMY LOOK TO THE FALCON .7. THIS IS
THE ABSOLUTE RUN-AWAY BEST SELLER OF ALL COMPACT CARS...
WITH THE GAS MILEAGE RECORD OF 32.6 MILES PER GALLON,
PROVEN BY AN EXPERT DRIVER IN A FALCON WITH STANDARD
SHIFT, UNDER THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEST CONDITIONS OF THI3
YEAR'S M0BILGAS ECONOMY RUN.
OR COMBINE ECONOMY WITH A TOUCH OF THE THUNDERBIRD, IN
THE ELEGANT NEW FALCON FUTURA... BUCKET SEATS AND ALL.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE TWELVE FORD WAGONS. EVERY ONE IS DE-
SIGNED AND BUILT TO GIVE YOU MORE SOLID R00M-PER-D0LLAR,
P0WER-PER-D0LLAR OR STYLE-PER-DOLLAR VALUE THAN OTHER
WAGONS. SEE THEM ALL—FROM THE CRISP SMARTNESS OF THE
FALCON WAGON, ALL THE WAY UP TO THE INIMITABLE FORD
FOR PURE PLEASURE, SEE THE SENSATIONAL NEW THUNDERBIRD FOR
1961, UNIQUE IN ALL THE WORLD—A CAR THAT BECOMES MORE
DESIRABLE EACH MONTH AS (THE IMll¿TXONS COME OUT, AS OTHER
CARS COPY ITS FAMOUS R00FLINE, ITS FOUR-SEAT INTERIOR,
ITS CONSOLE—YET MISS THE SECRET OF THE THUNDERBIRD SPIRIT.
THE THING THAT SELLS FORDS IS SIMPLY THE PRODUCT—IT
STARTS WHEN YOU TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT FEATURES OTHER CARS
ARE ONLY DREAMING ABOUT, IT GETS CONVINCING WHEN YOU SEE
AND FEEL THE HONEST QUALITY OF ITS CRAFTSMANSHIP—AND IT'S
ALL OVER WHEN YOU LEARN THE PRICE.
THOSE THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS WHO BOUGHT A GLITTERING NEW
FORD EVERY SIX SECONDS IN MAY REALLY DID KNOW SOMETHING
YOU SHOULD KNOW—THAT NOW IS THE TIME TO STOP IN, SWAP.
AND jpAVE PLENTY AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S SWAPPING BEE.
Today Is the day to
STOP... SWAP... SAVE
RUSK MOTOR SALES
THE OFFICES OF
Dr. O. Y. Irwin at Reklaw
will be closed the remainder of t h i s
week while he is attending a meeting of
Texas State Chiropractors
MRS. WILLIAM RAYFORD PRICE
The chapel of First Metho-1 RECEPTION
disl Church in Austin was the Following tiu> ceremony
setting Saturday night, June 3, small reception was held at
at H o'clock, for a beautiful Creen Pastures, historic home
candlelight ceremony which
united in marriage Miss Bar-
bara Ashley and William Ray-
in South Austin.
In the receiving line with the
bridal couple were their par-
ents, the groom's brother and
best man. Grady Price of Hous- j
ton, and Mrs. Herschel Mitchell
The Rev. Marshall Hampton,
associate pastor of the church
,ind long time fniend of the of Fort Worth, matron
groom, officiated. ¡ honor.
The bride is the daughter of Serving in the dining room
Mr and Mrs. M. A. Ashley of were Mrs, Grady Price of Hous-
Milano and the groom is the sister-in-law of the groom,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Quanah iin(' ^'i-ss Sharon Wright of San
Price of Frankston. ¡Antonio, cousin of the bride.
who served the three-tiered
Given in marriage by her ¡
father, the bride wore an at-
tractive creation of silk organ-
za with chapel Irain. Matching
lace appliques trimmed with
sequins accented the skirl of
wedding cake, and Miss LaNell,
Chaffin who poured punch
On Friday evening the!
groom's parents were hosts at
a rehearsal dinner in the din-
ing room of the Driskill Hotel.
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Following the wedding the
featured a scoop neckline and I
had a hand-clipped Chantilly ,
lace midriff and back panel of >'ounf! c'°,uple lcf b>' pla"1' f,'r i
matching lace. Me*'c0 C'Vw , Acap"lc°.to
spend a week before returning |
Her finger tip veil fell from (() At|Mm wfu,rc ,hev wjn re.|
a double Swedish crown trim-
med in pearls and sequins on
lace. She carried an orchid sur-
rounded by white carnations.
Mrs. Herschel Mitchell of
Fort Worth was the matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Dave Keen of Bethlehem, Pa.,
Miss Fredreika Wisehart of
West Plains, Mo., and Miss
Carol Fox of Taylor. The bride's
attendants wore dresses of
pale pink organza and carried
dark pink carnations.
Flower girls were Brenda Pe-
ters and Sandra Wilkinson and > (Anderson County). He
the ring bearer was Robert Uraduate of Frankston
Wilkinson, all of San Antonio.
Grady Price of Houston serv-
ed his brother as best man.
Groomsmen were Sam Col-
lins of Newton, Ronald Roberts
i side at 1423 Braesridge.
The bride is a graduate of |
Milano High School and at-
tended Nixon-Clay Business'
College in Austin before enter-i
ing the University of Texas
where she is now a student.
She has served as legislative ¡
secretary in the House of Rep-
resentatives during the current
The groom, an advanced stu- ■
dent of the University of Texas
Law School, is Stale Represent-
ative from the 27th District
is a |
School and Lon Morris College,
Going from Frankston for
the wedding were the groom's
parents and his uncle, Herman
of Hillsboro, and John M. Cely price. Also attending were Mr.
Gus Mutscher of Brenham,
James Dee Cole of Greenville
and Jim Neel of Kdinburg
served as ushers.
Miss Fredreika Wisehart was
and Mrs. Jeff Austin, Jr., of
Jacksonville, the Darrel Milner
family of Hemphill. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Cullen Browning of Or-
ange. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fox
of Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs.
Tom St ill well of Palestine.
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Whitehead, E. H. The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1961, newspaper, June 8, 1961; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150395/m1/2/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.