The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 115, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 27, 1962 Page: 2 of 16
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HI** MONMPtMV^ItK- 'I .' • Vi .
ueaks by Raiders,
8-6, Stave Off Two Threats
Fumbles and crucial penal-
ties cost the Bradford Raiders
• tight non-conference game
with Mineóla last Friday night.
Mineóla won, 8-6.
Mineóla received and march-
ed for its touchdown without
losing possession of the ball.
The visitors then ran across the
two-point winning margin.
The Raiders duplicated the
Mineóla feat on the kickoff that
followed, except with a little
more flash. The Raider score
came on a pass play from Tra-
vis Matthews to Bobby Nelson
which carried for a* total of
about 50 yards.
The Bradford conversion try
was unsuccessful. Both scores
were posted in the first period
Mineóla never again threat-
ened the Raider goal. Bradford,
however, rushed for two other
near misses. In the first quar-
ter, the Raiders had first and
goal, but a fumble turned back
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In the third period, Bradford
was poised on the Mineóla six.
A 15-yard holding penalty at
that point stymied the drive.
Bradford this Saturday goes
to Trinity for its second con-
ference game of the 1962 sched-
ule. They hold a win over
Congratulating his charges for
a hard-fought game against
Mineóla, Raider coach J. W.
Carter said Bradford "should
He acknowledged Trinity's
whopping 30-6 defeat of Grove-
ton last week, bul still felt the
Raiders could pull off their
second loop win.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomp-
son, Sr. of Jacksonville were
Sunday guests of their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Gladstone Thompson and child-
ren, Jimmy, Jan and Jerry.
Mrs. James I. Perkins and
Mrs. II. C. Edwards spent Wed-
nesday and Thursday at Dallas.
Richmond Tucker, who had
surgery at Nan Travis Hospital
two weeks ago was brought
Mr. and Mrs. Robert von
Doenhoff visited their son
Chris, a student at Texas State
University, over the weekend.
Miss Judy Sales, student at
Lilly Jolly school of Nursing at
Houston, spent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Sales and Jan.
Mrs. Leber Beall returned
Saturday from a three weeks
visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Corey
Williams at Houston, Mr. and
Mrs. Williams accompanied
their mother home and spent
Mrs. J. W. Cottrell of Rusk
and her sister, Mrs. Lela Martin
of Houston arc visiting their
sister, Mrs. Betty Buxton in
Mrs. 0. A. Wright of Houston
and Mrs. Frank Finch of Los
Angeles spent the weekend with
their father, G. W. Corley and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor
and Mrs. Cora Brooks of Bloom-
ing Grove and Mrs. L. I. Taylor
of Corsicana spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Corley.
Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Brigham
and girls enjoyed a week's ex-
cursion in Arkansas. Included
in the trip were boating, fish-
ing and shuttleboard in and
around Hot Springs. The weath-
er was ideal during the trip,
report the Brighams.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Waldrup
and children returned to Port
Arthur Sunday after spending
their vacation with relatives in
Miss Sarah Braswell left for
Port. Arthur Sunday where she
will begin her final year of
study in medical technology at
St. Mary's hospital. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hanna
were Tyler visitors Sunday in
the home of their daughter,
Miss Virginia Hanna.
When you have read the answers to these Bible ques-
tions I would appreciate very much you getting your Bi-
ble and check the answers with your own Bible. 1) How
was the world formed? To find the answer to this ques-
tion we need to turn to Heb. 11:3: "Through faith we
understand that the worlds were formed by the word of
God, so that things which are seen were not made of things
which do appear".
Did you notice that the statement from the inspired
writer does away with the evolution theory, that all living
things developed from a few simple forms of life If
evolution were true then the things that are seen would
nave been made from (he things that appear. Psa. 33:6
^^i8' n i ^_e worf' 'he Lord the heavens were made:
and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth"
4?0W 'on® j id_ it take God to make the heavens, the
earth, the sea and the creatures therein? Now if you will
listen to the inspired answer to this question it will also
do away with the evolution teaching: As we study the
entire first chapter of Genesis, we find Moses giving us
the account of the creation and the only reliable account
that is in existence. Fhe apostle Peter said, Holy men of
God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost: 2
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In reading Moses' account of the creation the thought
arises in ones mind, how long was it from the creation of
heaven and earth, until the first day started? Ex 20:11 will
answer that, and this is the reading thereof: "For in six
days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea. and all
in them is. and rested on the seventh day:: wherefore the
Lord blessed the sabbath day. and hallowed it." If the
l4ird made it all in six days, then the first day began
« «*« ,?egan his creation and that completely does away
with all evolution theories.
3) Methuselah lived to he nine
nine years old. He had the longest |,ft. sMn upon this
hundred and sixty-
died before his father
but went to heaven alive.
earth oí any man The reason he
was because his lather didn't die, bi
Gen Heh 115
QUESTIONS FOR THIS WIIK:
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„,y M .toted „
The A II o Yellow Jackets this
week la*;* a rest after meeting; -
three stro ng opponents—Garrí-
| son, Gaston and Rusk—and still j
| looking Tor their first win.
The Jackets resume play at |-
home on Oct. 5 when they face
Corrigan .in the first district
encounter of the season.
The team went into the year
favored to win the 21-A crown.
Their three losses hasn't
changed liheir chances, inas-
much as all three of the teams
were rated strong.
Tough early season competí
tion, together with the rest
should condition the Jackets
for the opener.
Corrigan was idle last week
and this week takes on Cush-
ing while Alto rests.
The Bullido is will be trying
to better tJieir dismal 1-5 sea-
son last year. They have six
starters back from that team.
Ten Corrigan lettermen gradu-
Other 2L-A teams in action
in the past week include Grape
land, who pulled off a 12-7
win over double A Crockett;
Diboll, a loser to Shelbyville,
16-8; Elkhart, winner over
THE CHEROKEEAN of Rusk Texas ,
•"hur-iay, September 27, 1962 PAGE TWO-
an Charged With Forgery
A Nacogdoches County negro the Nacogdoches County bur-
nan. Moses King of Douglas, glary in which he took the
checks. On Sept. 14, he cashe<j
v;,ret u r n e d to Cherokee
County jail Tuesday charged
King's check passing spree
ended last Friday with an Alto
ch.-i e. He was taken to Nacog-
a SttO check in the Alto bank1
and another at Frank Holmes
Man's Shop in Jacksonville.
.lies County where he faces
Later he returned to the Alt#
bank and attempted to caslj
another check. He was que
.<! es of burglary and for-; tioned about the instrument
ry. and returned this week ! and ran off. Employees and citv
■ i.cr.'ikee County. I zens gave chase. They finallf
• ni<!.n ■ to Sheriff Allen i halted King and he was aiv
•<>n. King is charged with rested by Sheriff's officer. :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dial of
Overton spent Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Durham.
Mrs. Ma ltd ess Page and Mrs.
Dixie Melvin of Pasadena visit-
ed Mrs. E. D. Melvin one after-
noon last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaston of
Lufkin spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Reba Gaston.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rainey of
Longview visited over the week-
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Arnold. Other visit-
ors were: Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Moseley of Tyler and their son
Mack Ray of Nacogdoches, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Arnold and
children of Rusk.
Robert C. Harrison of Pollok
spent the weekend with his
grandmother, Mrs. Nobic Wil-
liams and Mr. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Sessions James
of Waco spent the weekend
with his mother, Mrs. Tennie
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Melvin
of Texas City visited Saturday
with his mother, Mrs. E. D.
Melvin and Claud,
Mrs. Cheba Durham visited
her father, H. C. Polk, Sr. in
Garrison Rest Home, Mrs. C. C.
Ivie, Sr. made the trip with
Mr. and Mrs. Leith Harris of
Deer Park spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odom
of Lufkin had dinner, Sunday
with the C. A. Odoms.
Zano Odom, who has been
working on a pipe line in La.
and his friend, Harold Dore of
Lafayette, La. visited with the
C. A. Odoms, Sunday night and
Sorry to report Mr. Page,
who ran the store at Crossroads
passed away Monday night after
a short illness. Funeral ser-
vices were held at Forest Bap-
tist Church, of which he was a
member, Tuesday. Burial was
beside his wife in the cemetery
at Chirena in Nacogdoches
County. Our deepest sympathy
to his children.
Judging by the way some
stores keep up their stocks,
they need to erect a sign read-
ing. "If it's to be hat, we had it."
A fellow with money to burn
soon finds someone to apply
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All teachers and department
superintendents are urged to
attend Thursday night's Work-
ers Conference at First Metho-
dist Church, announces Rev.
Jewel McCiure, pastor.
Pie ano coffee at 7 p.m. will
precede the evening's work
program. Rev. Virgil Matthews,
professor of Bible at Lon Morris
is to be the guest speaker and
The conference theme is
"Use of the Bible in Teaching."
Mrs. Nell Black was hostess Fitts were
to the Omicron Gamma chapter magazines
of Beta Sigma Phi Monday
evening, 7:30 p.m. at her home.
Chapter president, Lulu Sum-
The moving of the president
and a change in membership
status by several members ne-
cessitated the election of a new
slate of officers. They are:
president, Sue Kyle; vice presi-
dent, Sonja Clayton; corres-
ponding secretary, Pearlie Blan- Kennard,
ton; recording secretary, Faye ! Summers and
Kennard; treasurer, Joy Slover;
and extension officer, Sally Ability to
Franklin. ¡ comes in ban:
Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. Opal 1 slot inacia:.
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r a m,
Mr. and Mrs. Hood Jones
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.i week, and we look forward to serving all of you with
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Whitehead, E. H. The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 115, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 27, 1962, newspaper, September 27, 1962; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150463/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.