The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1962 Page: 4 of 14
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Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson and Mrs. Joe Guinn.
and children Eloise and Eliza- Miss Jewell Whitehead of
beth of Cameron, and Louis Mc- Nacogdoches was a guest of her
Carroll, Jr., student at Texas sister, Mrs. Jimmie Pryor Sun-
University, Austin, spent the jay. They visited their sister,
weekend with parents, Mr. and Miss Maud Whitehead, at Pal-
Mrs. Lewis McCarroll and Su- estine, Sunday afternoon,
Rose Mary Butler and Pete
Daniels, students at S. H. State
College, Huntsville, spent the
weekend with Rose Mary's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Butle
Mrs. Bernice Looney, Mrs. ft p mft n C + PS] tpH
Mable Horn and Miss Marion I'CIIIUUJIIUICU
Mallard were Tyler visitors Fri-
Here Mar. 4
Make Open House Plans;
Hear Talk on Nutrition
Tea Shower Honors
£ Clothing Is
Jim L. Evans of Port Worth Jli«h Cafetorium with Mrs.
conducted a public relations James Fisher, president, offie-
workshop in the Rusk Seventh- ¡at in;: Plans were announced
Day Adventist Church on March
4. He was assisted by M. H.
Jenson of Jefferson.
Thoughts gleaned from the
''If we do not take steps to
be understood, we will be mis-
understood," quoted Mr. Evans
A demonstration on "Storage from Howard Weeks,
of Clothing" was given recent- j Scientific processes of the
Robert Henrv and Miss Claire '-v ^>' '^Irs Odom, Chero-j mind include: awareness, inter-
Sheridan of Dallas were week-' keo ('"lln'y Home Demonstra- est, evaluation, trial, and adop-
end guests of Robert's mother l'on Agent, to the members ofjtion. Good public relations will
Mrs Lois Henry. the I'onta WHD Club. j set these steps in motion.
Mrs. Lawrence Smith spent She gave helpful hints onj Those attending
the weekend at Tyler visiting storing shoes, hats, gloves, shop were, from Tyler, Leon
with her children, Mr. and Mrs scarves, bags and stockings. ¡ Strickland, Clara Ray and Glen,
Gerald Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Terry R. Perkins, presi- Mrs. Graham and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Dean Thompson. dent, gave a demonstration on Buckingham; from Jefferson,
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Hester "Laundry and Dry Cleaning." Mrs. H. M .lenson and Mar-
were' Dallas business visitors She explained the necessity of Karet Sanders; from Jackson-
Sundav and Monday. having clothes dry cleaned be- vi e, W. D. Hensley; from Lane-
He' ' and Mrs. (¡rover Talbcrt «'"• putlinfi them away for the v.lle, Kate K.mbrow; from Pal-
had as a guest Sunday, Miss summer.
Belle Nations of Nacogdoches After a salad luncheon, rec-
reation was led by Mrs. Roy
Banks, vice president.
Mrs Odom is to speak on
Outside Accessories" at the
March 27 meeting, to be held
„f in the home of Mrs. Belton Far-
.J, L Bag ley is attending an
R.K.A. meeting at Atlantic City,
New Jersey this week.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. II Ilanna
had as guests over the week
end, Mrs. Klhcl Garrett
Guest speaker for the meet
irig was Mrs. Mildred Wilkening
of Tyler, associated with the
Funeral service;, for Mrs Guy
Manning, 54 were held Thurs-
day at Itefugio with interment
Dolores Sanders^ Dr. Edgar in he Oakwond Cemetery there.
Mrs. John Lester is reported
in satisfactory condition at £t,
Luke's hospital in Houston
where she had surgery last
Rusk P-TA members met Texas Education Agency as fí ?I ft Q-1" I f* fICÍQV Wednesday. She is expected to
Thursday evening in the Junior Area School Lunch Supervisor. * / remain there through next week
She was introduced by Mrs. Miss Janis Mabry was feted nuts were served. before returning home. Mrs.
Vivian Heald. a miscellaneous tea shower Approximately 40 guests Lester is in Room 205 at St.
Aided by charts and flannel- Friday, March 2nd in the home called during the appointed Luke's.
board, the speaker noted that of Miss Nannette Sehochler on hours They were registered by o
for open house at the school the schoo| lunch room provides Crockett St. Hostesses for the Miss Jeannette Sehochler. Read The Classfied Ads
Monday evening, March 5th at the opportunity for parents, ad- ,seven to nine event were Mes-
7:30 p m. As explained by Prin- ministrators, teachers and James Joann Henry, Helen Phil-
c ipa! .1 M Boone, attenders will lunchroom personnel to work |¡pS( jnen Scott and Miss
assemble at 7:30 in the cafetor- Aether to teach Johnny and Schochier.
mm. and after brief remarks by many lmPortant things, The honoree is the bride-elect
Supt. Gerald Chapman, visitors "To learn that good health is jommy Campbell. Their inar-
may tour the rooms, and con- Ihe door that opens to the best j-¡age ¡g to be an event of March
suit with teachers. To conclude >n 1'fe. 's on(' 'he most im- ¡n ^ p-asl gapj¡st
open house, refreshments will portant facts we can teach chil- church.
be served in the cafetorium. un- dren," said Mrs. Wilkening.
der the supervision of Mrs. Through the lunchroom pro-
Vivian Heald and the hospital- gram, children also learn: good
eating habits, to like new foods, cemng line were the honoree
Greeting guests was Mrs. Cul-
len Schochier, and in the re-
self reliance, courtesy, etiquet-
te. how to gel along with others,
estine, Pastor and Mrs. A. B
Huenergardt; and from Rusk,
L. A. Corbin, Sylvia Sanders,
her mother, Mrs. Henry Mabry.
mother of the groom, Mrs. W. C.
the art of conversation, and nu- Wallace an,i his grandmother,
tritional education, continued Mrs. Tom Henderson,
the speaker. "It also serves as The lovely bridal gifts were
an instructional lab for applied displayed in the bedrooms,
learning." Refreshments were served
Mrs. Wilkening is a former from an attract.ve tea table. It
... a title we're proud to hold. Whatever your prescrip-
tion needs, whenever they arise, our service is at your
command. Every new health-miracle Is at our pharma*
cists' command . . at your service!
"WE FILL ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION"
Stanley Chapman, Reg. Pharmacist
PHONE MU 3-4122 RUSK, TEXAS
Filling Your Prescription Is The Most Important Part of
Home Demonstration Agent and
was covered with a white linen
Brigham, Cecil Chase, Pinkie
Collins and Pastor A. C. Raw
Huntsville Mrs Ilanna and Mrs ll'>
Garrett were classmates in col
Mrs. Bryan '¡uinn of Dallas Mr- Kloise Pitts is undergo-
and husband, Bryan Guinn oí ine medical tests at Nan Travis
Camp Polk, La., spent the wek- Hospital, following illness over
end here with his parents, Mr. the weekend.
THE GAY LAUNDRY
LLOYD HENDRICK, REPRESENTATIVE
MU 3-2713 PHONES MU 3-2763 NITE
"GET HAPPY--U^F THfc GAY LAUNDRY SERVICE"
Rally Held at
A Civil Defense rally was held
in Palestine on March 'A M. II.
Jenson of Jefferson was in
charge. Those participating in
the afternoon panel discussion
included the mayor, chief of
police, fire marshal and a radio
announcer from Palestine. The
function of each department K;|.v;no:id A len of Mt. Plea-
Rites were read by Ms :r Wil
liain Oberst in Our Lady of
Kefir.:-- Catholic Church.
The deceased, a registered
nur-e, was married to a former
Rusk resident, Guy Manning,
son of Mrs Sam B. Manning of
flus i j'y. In addition to her hus-
band. -lie is survived by a son,
('apt. I arry R. Butler with the
Marine Corp at Oeeanside, Cali-
fornia; two daughters, Mrs
Tommie W. Ldwards of Corpus
C!ir:sii and Mrs. LaDale Brim-
ma'.'" of Richardson; a brother,
sister, and her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Filis Manning
dietitian of Tyler High School, cutwork cloth. All appoint-
Mrs Doris Parker, supervisor ments were white milkglass.
of the Tyler school lunchrooms, The centerpiece was of white
assisted the speaker with charts glads, blue daisies, and spirea.
and illustrations. Mrs. Henry presided at the
Earlier in a brief business milkglass punch service, and
meeting, the nominating com- Mrs, Roach served individual
mittee submitted a slate, which c^es, 'C0(' white, and decor
will be voted on at the April
meeting. Mrs. M. R. Philbrick,
chairman, submitted these can-
didate. ; president, Mrs. E. H.
Whitehead; first vice president,
Mrs. Virgil Carrington; second
vice president, Mrs. H. J. Ste-
phen. , secretary, Mrs. James
Polk Richards; treasurer, Mrs.
George Goldsberry; parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Carl Case; and re-
porter. Mrs. Coy Martin.
ated with blue flowers. Blue
and white mints and salted
Mrs. Horn To
Open Daily 1:00 P.M.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY — MAR. 8-9
TOO LATE BLUES
BOBBY DARIN STELLA STEVENS
TV STAR OF THE POPULAR
CARTOON: TRICKY TROUT
Prices 15c • 25c - 35c - 50c
Saturday 10:30 A.M. — Kiddie Show
SATURDAY — ONE DAY ONLY
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DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS* CHARLIÍ CHAPlll
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CARTOON: PLUTO AT THE ZOO
SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW -- SUN., MON.
er® is miracle in being" young*
• and a fear.The strange splendor of those
yGairs when you'ro finding lloun way.. .and lovo
is suddenly more than just holding hands
ELIA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF I
rlurina disaster such as a
tornado was discussed
A mass feeding demonstra-
tion was conducted at noon.
>;<nt attended the services.
The Business and Profession-
al Woman's Club will meet
Friday, March 9th instead of'
on the regularly scheduled
date, due to t h e presen-
Mrs Carl Case, program ,atjon f|f ,hc R||sk ni„h Junior
chairman, announced that April plav annomK,,s Mrs. L. H. Ev.
5th is the next regular meeting. ans reporter
hay Advent ists The Conference with Mr. Dossett of Stephen F. Thc dub wil, mcct in the
( ,vd DHense and Welfare \ an Austin slated as the guest home of Mrs Mablo Iforn
Approximately 125 „er««n num1bers 1Ie wiH prcsPnt a film with Mrs. Bernice Loonev sen
Pt ximatily 12., per ,v,re pre-ented by students entilled "And They Grow Up ing |$, co.hostess. at 7:15 p.m.
■ 1 lier.son Rural Academy So Fast." She noted that this q
"¡'I 'iMInvi-slern Junior College program would be of special in- FATHER ILL
■r Keene. terest to parents of children MfS Morris HasseU left Fri
Ti.ose from Husk attending enrolled in Physical Education cjay t(J h(, wi(h hoJ. fat|u>r I)r
the rally included Fugene San- classes. , E Watson at Mcna< Arkan;'
dors and family, Kate Kimbrow I Mrs. J. M, Boone's Fifth
and children, I. A Corbin, Car- Grade class won the room count
m l Hall. Pastor A. C. Hawson prize for having the most par-
and fain.lv, Mr. and Mrs. W. ents present at the meeting.
I). Hensley, Mrs. W. 1). Clark Refreshments were served by
and Cindy, Irene Ferguson and the hospitality committee after
Edwin Sanders and family. adjournment.
were served an emergency meal
in two and three-fouihs minutes.
Husk ladies who helped serve
j were Carmel Hall, Kate Kim-
brow, Dolores Sanders. Mar
garet Sanders. Opal Hassell and
Tanna Hassell. Son Hassell
helped supply those serving.
Mrs. M. H. Jenson of Jefferson
¡was in charge of the mass feed
ing. The menu included stew,
i bread and butter, home made
cookies and lemonade—a sur-
I vival diet.
The rally was conducted as
a public service of the Seventh-
Day Adventist Churches in the
Palestine district. Pastor A. B.
Huenergardt of Palestine was
chairman of the study hour.
Pastor Jim Evans of Fort Worth
conducted the study period.
Pastor A. C. Hawson of Husk
was chairman of the church
hour and the featured speaker
was Ben Leach, president of the
Texas Conference of Seventh-
sas, where he is critically ill.
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1st - $9.50 Large Bronze Portrait
2nd - $5.75 Sepia Tone Portrait
3rd - $4.95 Portrait
Pictures Of Every Child Photographed
Will Be Published In
The Rusk Cherokeean
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Whitehead, E. H. The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 8, 1962, newspaper, March 8, 1962; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150434/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.