The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 122, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1970 Page: 5 of 16

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Hospital
News
admitted
Afra. Mittle Tyra, Rusk
Mrs. Annie Isgate, Rusk
Mr . Norma Archer, J'vlll*
J*" Sorrels, Rusk
Mark King, Ru^k
G, S. Han, Alto
Mr«. Martha Richards, Rusk
Jo* Salts, Rusk
Mrs. E«telle Roark, Rusk
Dorothy Burney, Rusk
Webb Finley, Rusk
t, C. Alexander, Rusk
Hardy Taylor, Rusk
C, F, Day, Alto
Mrs. Norma Archer, J'ville
DISCHARGED
Hanry Waggoner, J'ville
Charles Densch, Alto
t, A. Manis, Reklaw
Wesley Hudson, Rusk
Ralph Lindsey, Alto
R. E. Haney, Alto
Mrs. Norma Archer, J'ville
! Mrs, Annie Bowling, Reklaw
Mark Kin?, Rusk
NOTICE
Rusk Chapter #79, Order of
the Eastern Star, will hold
a stated meeting on Tuesday.
May 5th at 7*30 p.m. at the
Masonic Hall, All members
are cordially invited.
Miss Frances Jared, bride.
Mrs. Audrey Moses, Worthy elect of David l ong, was
Matron honored with a miscellaneous
Frank Howell, Worthy Patron tea shower Saturday evening
the cherokeean of rusk, texas, thursday, april 3<v 1970-page five
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FUTL'Ri; BRIDE HONOR ID-Miss Frances
Jared, right, was honor guest Saturday even-
ing at a tea shower in the parlor of fel-
lowship Hall, First Methodist Church. Pic.
tured with Miss Jared to her right, is her
mother, Mrs. Margaret Jared, and Mrs.
Charles Long, the mother of the prospec-
tive groom, David Lone. STAFF PHOTO
Miss Frances Jared Is Shower Honoree
others
diamonds.
the really
perfect gift
for Her
PLAIN
WEDDING BANDS
FROM $7.50
DIAMOND PENDANTS!
FROM *15.00
Va CT. $116.00
DIAMOND
EAR STUDS
FROM #25.00
Va CT. $125.00
DIAMOND
WEDDING SETS
FROM #37.50
TCT. $385.00
DIAMOND
. SOLITAIRES
FROM #64.50
fc CT. $267.50
DIAMOND
i WATCHES
FROM 129.95
V4 CT. $275.00
any purchase OF THE ITFMS IN' THIS VD FNTITI ES
buyer TO A FRI E ci FT
9iewy\ jfcioeUrt
Hmi, 3mMt
from seven until eight-thirty
in the parlor of the First
Methodist Church.
Hostesses for the bridal fete
were Mesdames J, M. Bow-
man, M, V. Browning, Joe
Guinn, James P. Richards,
F.. V. Daniels, Winford Black,
J. !•:. Wallace, Grady Dupree,
Cecil Ham, Kate Stovall,
Charles Dear, Charlie Chris-
topher, J, L. Hassell, Lewis
McCrary, G, II, Thomas, and
Bill Rraswell.
The bulletin board in the
entrance foyer of the church
featured the inscription
'Frances and David" in
blue and white.
The register table was
covered with blue satin over-
laid with white net. A blue
nosegay carried out tha
honoree'c chosen colors of
blue and white. Mrs,
Charlotte Dixon and Mrs. Rita
Wilcox alternated at the
bride's book,
Guests were greétédby Mrs,
Christopher and Mrs, Stovall.
Receiving guests were the
honoree; her mother, Mrs.
Margaret Jared; and Mrs.
Charles Long, mother of the
prospective groom.
The serving tqble. was
covered with «hit net ovar,
blue satin, a beautlfül
arrangement of spring
flowers in a silver container
highlighted the refreshment
table. Pineapple sherbert
punch, cake squares decor
ated in assorted pastel colors,
nuts and mints were served
to the guests. Serving in
the houseparty were Mrs.
Scott Jared, Miss Elizabeth
Dear, Mrs. Nell Holbrook,
Miss Joanna Williams and
Mrs. Pobby Long.
The coffee table held an
arrangement of yellow and
white flowers and nosegays
highlighted with white love-
birds were used throughout
the party area.
The many lovely and useful
gifts were displayed in the
rooms adjoining the church
parlor.
"Wedding Of
Painted Doll"
ToBe Presented
The Wedding of the Paint-
ed Doll", with live dolls and
dolls from many countries
and famous character dolls,
will be presented May 8th at
~:00p.,. at the Sherwood Mu-
sic Studio of Alto at 100
Berryman Street.
Members of the cast are
students of Mrs. M. M, Fen.
ner and include; Tract Camp-,
bell, Kenneth Hicks, Laura
Dansby, Terry Tullís, Gayla
Lyons, Peggy Reid, Joe Jon-
es, Robert Hicks, Jeff Pierce,
Gary Tullis, Wayne Fletcher,
Kelly Flowers, Kim Camp-
bell, Paula Bynum, Mindy
Gramtner, Thonda Jones, Sh-
eryl and Cathy Edwards, Mar-
la Collins, Barbara Fletcher,
Sherri Matthews, Anita Ruth
Hassell, Lisa Hicks, Bever-
ly Henley, Diana McClendon,
Lydia Mettlen, Beverly Ry-
an, Danny Keels, David and
Jerry Ryan, Russell Jenkins,
Merle Gottschalt, Anneace
Alexander, Sharon Jones,
Mary Ann and Weida Jane
Hassell.
The Recessional will be
played by Gregg Holcomb.
The Reception music will be
a rare treat Including solo's
that have been auditioned and
perfected by the music club
members of the Mozart Fe-
derated Music Junior Club
and the Juvenile Club, the
new Club, Bach Club.
This group will include pick-
ed numbers and in addition to
some of the above which are
in the wedding group, there
will be Katy Bice, Becky
Grammer, Don Reid, Caro-
lyn Huckaby, Darlene John-
son, Linda Haney.
Has Reunion Fo^s\
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keels
were hosts to a Keels family
reunion last week. This was
the first time these first cou-
sins had been together since
1905. Attending were Mr.
F. W, Kepis of Kansas City,
Kansas, Senator Lee. Keels
of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
• •and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Keels of Porterville,Califor-
nia.
Mrs. Marvin Roten, Mrs. W.
W. Vining, Mrs. S. L, R, Cart-
lidge and Mrs. Frank Coup-
land were Dallas visitors
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wheeler
and children Kathy, Mike and
Lisa of Dallas were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Chlsum.
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Some Duties of
a County Judge:
ELECT
ORVAN
B JONES
COUNTY JUDGE
Some Qualifications of
DINNER RINGS
FROM #17.50
Va CT. CLUSTER
$150.00
1.
Presides over the Commis-
sioners Court, multi-mil-
lion dollar business.
Orvan B. Jones:
In addition to hi* vaaf experience in
the business and corporate practice of
Law, Orvan 8. Jones was the Legal
Advisor to tho Commissioners Court
during the two terms ho served as
your County Attorney.
2.
Presides over the County Qrv,n 8 h" •¡♦h" prosecuted
Criminal Court. or defended in more than 1,000 crin .
inel trials.
3. Presides over the County i*eopl for time spent in the Armed
- - - 1 ■ t"*ld War II, Orvan I
Civil Court.
Forces during Worl
Jones hat practiced Law in ¿herokee
County for 30 years and participated
in many civil cases.
4. Presides over the County O""" S. has served as legal
Lunancy Court. c#u" *!. in more than 300 lunancy
7 proceedings.
5. Presides over the County Jon** ha* prosecuted or de-
Juvenile Court. fanded in numerous juvenile proceed-
ings In both tho County and District
Court.
6. Presides over the County 2¡2£LJL J***1 *••• davotod appro*!-
Probate Court metely 50% of his time for more than
20 years to tho handling of Wills, Ad-
ministration of Istatos, Ouardianships
and related Probe to matters.
W. Adv. W for by Otven I. Jones
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The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 122, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1970, newspaper, April 30, 1970; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth150859/m1/5/ocr/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.

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