The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 113, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 8, 1961 Page: 6 of 21

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THE CHEROKEEAN of Rusk- Texas
Page Six Thursday, Jone 8, 1961
Vows Exchanged In
Candlelight Service
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In candlelight solemnity Sat-
urday evening, Miss Juanita Hoi-
den became the bride of Mr.
Eugene James Snitker at seven
o'clock in the hirst Presbyter-
ian Church. Rev J. M. Schwit-
ter officiated at the double ring
ceremony.
The bride is tfie daughter of
Mrs. Prudie Iloldcn of this city.
A background of fern was
used w th cathedral tapers to
provide the altar setting- White
majestic daisies flanked the
altar.
Mrs '¡race Holcomb rendered
pn nuptial music at the or lían.
Given in marriage by her un
c!( (' W. Molden <f Guthrie,
Oklahoma, the bride was gown
ed in whi'e lace over satin. It
was designed with fitted bodice,
scalloped neckline, three-quar
ter leiiLlh sleeves, and full
skirt Her shoulder length veil
f>ll from a pearl encrusted
jiiliel cap. She carried a while
orcl,id bridal bouquet atop a
white Hi ble Her jewelry, a i f t
of i he- groom, was a heart locket
and matching earrings
Mrs. John A Sanders matron
of honor, wore blue t-Tfeta with
while carnal ion cor age.
Victor Stuckman of Waukon,
Ii .va was best mail. I Mier- were
his brothers, Roger A Snitker
of Waukon anil Marion II Suit
INTERESTING FACTS
"Wonder" doctors nsing( se-
cret methods, gadgets or medí
cines may promise to cure can-
cer, but there's no proven cas"
on record to support the r
claims, according to the Ameri-
can Cancer Society.
ker of St. Paul, Minnesota.
For her daughter's weddim'.
Mrs. Iloldcn chose beige shan-
tung with matching accessories
and white carnation corsage.
A reception was held immc
diately following the ceremony
at the home of the bride. The
refreshment table was covered
with a lace cloth over blue un
derskirt. and was centered with
white carnations and daisies
Crystal appointments were used
A three tiered wedding cake
was served bp Mrs Dean Gates
and Mrs Mnble Smith served
the punch Tea sandwiches and
other lea dainties were served
.Mrs C. W. Molden registered
gliests in the bride's book A
bride cake decorated the re:
istry table.
After a short wedding trip,
the couple will be heme in Iin.sk
where both are employed
Out of town guests attending
the wedding were Mr. and Mr-,
Dean Gates of Klsa, Texas, Mrs.
.Viable Smith of Guthrie. Okla-
homa. Mr and Mrs C W Mol-
den fil Guthrie, Oklahoma. Mr
and Mrs Kcrresl Terry and
Mary Alice of Mir,den, Texas,
William Terry, also of Minden,
Mr and Mrs. ¡¡illy Hay Terry
of Henderson, Mr It II Sander-
of Heklaw, relatives of the
bride; also. Mi... Gertrude Snil
ker of Decorah, Iowa, Mrs Kd
win Duvel of Waukon, Iowa.
Ifi gei A. Snitker of Waukon.
Iowa, Marion II. Snitker of SI
Paul. Minnesota. Mrs. Sam
Haugli. Prenda and Terry l.ee of
Alio, Victor "Stuckman of Wau
ken, and Miss Pat Dickson of
St. Paul, Minnesota, relatives
and friends of the groom.
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Notes 6th Eastern Star Officers
To Be Installed June 9
Raymond Vermill on, second from left,
president of th" Rusk FFA Chapter, receives
the first place Forestry Award plaque from
I*; (' Mckinucy. manager of the Sears store
in lieaumonl, at the FFA convention in Beau-
mont over the last weekend. Ai left is Rusk
FFA Advisor Adon Duncan and at right,
Johnny Grishnm, who with Vermillion, was
a delegate to the convention.
What Rusk Folks Are Doing
When accuracy is
basic to your
good health . . . •
When your registered phar-
macist fills a prescription for
you, all of the ingredients
specified for your health are
carefully measured and test-
ed.
CHAPMAN PHARMACY
"WE FILL ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION"
Stanley Chapman, Reg. Pharmacist
Phone MU 3-4122 — Rusk, Texas
Filling Your Prescription ¡5 'he Most Important Part of
Our Butinati
Mr: Evelyn Dilworth of Dal guests of Mrs. Frank Coupland
las, son and daughter in-law ind visited the former's father,
Mr and Mrs. Tom Mil worth of C. E. Jay, patient in Cherokee
Cleveland, Ohio were weekend Nursing Home, Jacksonville.
PROCLAMATION
Whereas milk s nature's most nearly perfect food and in its
many delicious forms provides mahkind with nutrients
thai help promote better health and greater happiness
in people of all ages from infancy through the "golden
yeats," and,
Whereas dairying is the largest single segment of American
agriculture, being responsible for more than one-fifth
of the nation's farm income, and,
Whereas the dair> industry contributes in large measure to
the economic welfare of large numbers of citizens in
our community through employment in production,
processing and d stribution of milk and its products,
and to additional thousands employed 111 related
industries, and.
Whereas even man, woman and child benefits from the wealth
and physical well-being which originate from the
dairy industry and its products,
Now, TIIF.KKFOltF,. I, Morr.s W. llassell. Mayor of the City of
Husk, Slate of Texas, in recognition of the opportuni
ties presented for constructive public service, do
hereby proclaim the month of June, l'tfil
DAIRY MONTH
in the City of Rusk, and do urge civic and business
associations to cooperate in this observance in public
and private 111 order that we may enjoy improved
health and increased prosperity.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the sea! of Rusk, Texas, to be affixed this
2 day of June in the year 1961.
Morris W. llassell, Mayor
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edward
Smgleiary and three eh ldren
of Roswell Now Mexico, spent
two days last week with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Singlotary.
Recent v isitors with Mrs. Will
Payne and son, Julian, were
Mrs J. A. Hradshaw of Cand-
ler, North Carolina, Mr. and
Mrs. John Payne of Fort Worth
1 ind Mrs. J. A Rober.son of San
Diego. California.
Mrs. J. 1!. Andrews of Jack-
sonville, and Mrs. George Tip-
ton of La Rúe were Sunday
guests of Mrs. Will Payne.
Mr and Mrs, Kill Sherman
of Hi.uston visited his parents,
Mr and Mrs. T M. Sherman
Saturday.
Mary kate Guinn accompan-
ied iiy Johnette Mikulastik of
Temple spent the weekend at
Houston. They will return to
Houston this weekend where
they attend school tiiis sum-
mer.
k. I). Sherman, Mrs. Shermie
Morgan and Mrs. Libby Latta-
mer of Crocked visited with
their brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sherman
Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. K II Whitehead
and daughters visited friends
in Temple and Austin over the
week end Terne Lou remained
Birthday
Saturday
lioxanne Brown observed her
'!th birthday Saturday afternoon
with a party at her home on
Luu Lane. She is the daughter
f .Mr and Mrs. Glenn Brown.
Present to enjoy the oceas-
•011 with her were her sister,
kiithy, also Celia Cowart, Joni
Kennard, Kathv Fisher, lirenda
Dickerson, Teresa Plantón, Pain
\rms;rong, LaJuan Sales, I'otty
Jo Mitchell, Candy Crysun, San-
dra Dotson, Jill, Debbie and
Corkcy Carter cf Conroe, cou-
j ,ins of the honoree, her aunt,
Mrs. Ruth Carter, also of Con-
roe. and her grandparents, Mr.
ind Mrs. Henry Norman of Pal
i estine.
i' nk and white were featured
in par'.y decorations. Whist
lorns and hats were presented
'he young guests who enjoyed
"laying a number of tradition-
d games, including "pin the
Mil on the donkey."
A white iced cake, inscribed
in pink was served, also pink
!< :: onade, cook.es and choco-
1 ate kisses.
Roxanne received many*
ovely gifts,
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Bible School
At Lone Ook
Is Concluded
Vacation 1 i iSJ e School was
held last week at the Lone Oak
Bant ist Church, announces Mrs.
I. W. Jimerson, reporter.
!i( v. R. A Covington, pastor,
cued as school principal. In-
truders were: Mrs. R. A. Cov-
ngton and Mrs. J. W. Jimer-
lntermediates and Juniors;
Rusk Chapter 79, Order of
'.he Eastern Star, will hold its
annual .nstallation of officers 011
Friday night, June 9. The rites
will be in Masonic Hall.
Mrs. Lucille Scale, past illa-
tion, will be the installing offi-
cer. Other* will be Mrs. Mat tie
Davis, installing iparshaL Mrs
Sail) kencsaon of Alte, instal
I ng chaplain; Mrs. Helen
Tread well, installing organist;
iind Mrs. Oilcan Walker of
froup. secretary pro tem.
The following members will
be installed us officers for the
ensuing year:
! Mrs. Jewell Hessec, worthy
Matron; M. Ward Scale, worthy
airon; Mrs. Ada Fa vary 11, as-
sociate matron: J. P. Favaron.
associate patron; Margaret N
Ross, secretary; Otto kinsel.
treasurer: Audrey Moses, con-
ductress: Pauline M. Smith, as-
sociate conductress; Edith kin-
sel, chaplain: Luc lie O'Neal,
marshal; Sharon Ann Mitchell,
organist; Mrs. Elizabeth liivin,
Adah, Mrs. Shirley Kennedy,
Ruth; Mrs. Nell Abernathy,
Esther: Mrs. Nina D. Sherman,
Martha; Mr Iva Leu Sessions,
Electa: Mrs. Tolly Suralt, W.-rd-
ei; 1'oi tcr Mitchell, sentinel.
Tilt Rusk chapter extends an
invitation to ever/one to attend
the installation ceremony. Re-
freshments will be served tol-
low.ng installation.
... . 0—
Chiropractor
To Open New
Office Here
Dr. O. V. Irwin of Relclaw
exoeets to open offices here the
la*tor fvirt of August. A chiro-
practor, lie has been located at
Reklaw the pasl 13 years.
A combination office • resi-
dence is under .construction now
, by Harry Tosh of Rusk at the
corner of . North Main and
1 Black Slree'.s.
The 28x32 structure is 1 rick
veneer.
son,
Miss .1 mmic poole and Mrs.
C D Monroe, Primary; and
Miss Sonja Wilcox and Mrs.
Joyce Sparkman, beginners.
Workshop sessions in hand
■rafts were conducted during
fhe school and included such
items as ceramic planters,
iewelry boxes, ash trays, pow-
der boxes, and patio lights.
Commencement exercises
•■vero held Sunday night.
Music was under the direction
of Miss Wilcox and Mr¿ Spark-
man Approximately 44 attend-
for a few days visit with
Cecil Banishes at Au tin.
the cd the daily
11 30 a.m.
sessions, 8:30
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150395/m1/6/ocr/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.

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