The Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 131, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 6, 1980 Page: 5 of 16

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Berry Family Reunion Held
THE CHEROKEEAN OF RU8K, TEXAS. THUR8DAY, NOVEMBER «, IMS-PAGE FIVE
Hie Berry family held its
I960 family reunion Oct. 12
at the old Will Berry house
on FM1857.
Persons attending the
reunion were Joyce Ruth,
Jody and Kim Schochler,
Ada Berry, Rich and Nor-
ma Jones, David and
Virginia Vercher, and
Johnny Berry, all of
Houston. Det Bowman
Nelson, Haughton, La.;
Angie, Lisa and Dede
Bowman, Mrs. H.M.
Bowman, Van and Sharon
Barnett, Eugene Bowman,
and Pauline and Leroy
Hassell, all of Bonier City,
La.
Also, Nickie, Glenda,
Cindy, Janice and Jeff
Youngblood, Dayton; GaO
Marie Gowin, Lisa and
David Lynch, Mr. and Mrs.
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Can you feel the cold come through and
around your window and doon)
Do you have ice and sweating on the inside oí
your windows?
Are your heating and cooling billi too high?
Storm windowi and doon may be the amwer
to your problem).
Robert Gowin and James,
Betty, Nita, John, Ray and
Mark Gowin, all of Palmer;
and Herbert, Bobby, Matt
and Jennifer, Dow ling and
Alvin Rainey, Jacksonville.
Rusk area residents who
attended the reunion were
Emma Edwards, Forie
Jones, Billy, Evelyn, Karen
and Willie Edwards, Roy
Martin, J.T. and Gerald
Ford, Eddie Crockett,
Holcomb, Nancy Frank and
Julie Berry and Thelma
Berry, all of Rusk; and
Estelle Chandler, Gallatin.
Job Needed
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The First United
Methodist Church is
looking for a Job for a 25-
Csr-old Laotian man who
s recently moved to
Rusk.
The man, Sayroth Khot-
souvanh, is one of 10
Laotians the church has
sponsored as new residents
to Rude.
Khotsouvanh will be the
main provider for the
family of 10 and needs to
find employment soon.
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He has some experience
working as a car mechanic
but will do any other work
which is available. He
speaks very little English
and so would need em-
ployment with good super-
vision or work that could be
done without an overseer.
Anyone having a job is
asked to call James P.
Richards at 683-2445 or 683-
4224.
Nickle's Renew Vows
Ai any of my satisfied customers. They will tell you how much windowi and doon have helped in their home . I
have installed windows and doon in many homes in Rusk, Alto and the outlying communities.
Let me show you how windows and doon can be installed over your present windows and doon and give you a
free estimate of the coat. 15% of the cost is tax deductible as a tax credit.
Call HENRY D. WESTBROOK
683-5910 683-47%
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R.
Nickie of Rusk renewed
their marriage vows at 3
p.m., Friday, Oct. 31, the
eve of their 10th wedding
anniversary, at Our Lady
of Sorrows Catholic Church
in Jacksonville. She is the
former Betty Yarborough
of Rusk.
Archie Nickie, brother of
the groom was best man
and Mollie Fisher, sister of
the groom was Matron of
Honor.
The bride wore a
Copenhagen blue floor
length gown complimented
with a lovely corsage of
white carnations and
baby's breath.

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tended by the couple's
children, Carla Raie,
Samantha Leigh and
Samuel John; Mr. and Mrs.
John J. Nickie Sr., John J.
Nickie Jr., Penny Waller,
sister of the groom and
numerous other friends
and relatives from Rusk.
A brief reception was
held following the
ceremony at the home of
the groom's parents and
brother.
The refreshment table
was covered with a white
linen and lace tablecloth. A
cut-glass, brass-footed
punch bowl and two lovely
dried floral arrangements
centered the table.
Refreshments included
two beautifully decorated
cakes, assorted cookies,
mints, nuts and a delicious
ice cream punch.
Gardeners
T o Attend
Meeting
The annual fall meeting
of the southern zone
district of the Texas Gar-
den Clubs, Inc. is scheduled
for Monday, Nov. 10 at the
YMCA Cullen Camp on
F.M. 356 near Trinity.
The meeting will begin at
10 a.m. with the opening
formalities. Mrs. Hester
Blunk, president of the
Rusk Garden Club, will
give the response to the
welcome. . „.
'' International Flower
Show Judge Mrs. James G.
Gibson will present the
program on Flower
Arrangements after the
luncheon.
Presidents from each of
the clubs in the region will
present minute speeches on
the work of their clubs.
The meeting is being held
with the Azalea Garden
Club of Trinity.
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Men In Service
Private James H. Spen-
cer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James W. Spencer of
Cushing, has arrived for
duty at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Private Spencer, a
tracked vehicle mechanic,
was previously assigned at
Fort Knox, Ky.
The couple will also en-
joy a second honeymoon at
the Flag Ship Hotel on
Galveston Bay, the location
of their first honeymoon.
Baby
Shower
Given
A baby shower for Kathy
Ross was given in the First
State Bank community
room Saturday, Nov. 1 from
3-4:30 p.m.
A white cake was cen-
tered on a table covered
with a blue tablecloth with
pink, blue and yellow rib-
bons.
A blue tablecloth covered
the table where the guest
book covered with bows
was displayed.
Hostesses for the party
were Debbie Burrows,
Debbie Chandler, Karen
Edwards, Sheila McCut-
cheon, Cathy Odom, Vivian
Mims and Peggy Zim-
merman.
LITTLE VOTES COUNT TOO-As these slaients at
Rusk Elementary School will Ml yon. Members of
the second grade classes at the school participated
In registering to vote, above and In receiving,
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Wedding Planned
Heather and Philip Lee
Shinalt and Michael, Tod
and Andy Christopher want
to invite friends and
relatives to share in the ex-
change of marriage vows
with their parents, Nanette
Newburn Shinalt and Dan-
ny Christopher, Thursday,
Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church of
Jacksonville.
A reception will follow
the ceremony in the home
of Mr.and Mrs. Jack
Albritton, 911 Forest Trail,
in Jacksonville.
Jacksonville Savings
Rusk Branch
Money Market Certificate
13.519%
annual rate
Federal regulations prohibit compounding of
interest on 26-week Money Market Certificates.
* Federal regulations require a substantial in-
terest penalty on early withdrawal of principal
on these certificates.
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LOCATION-Shriae Hall, nut lo Cherokee Theater, Slh St.. Rusk
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