Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 142, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1990 Page: 3 of 18
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
CHEROKEEAN/HERALD OF RUSK, TEXAS—THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1990—PAGE THREE
is named 1990 Junior
Stock Show Queen
Brandi Dowling of the Bulah 4-H
Club was named Cherokee County
Junior Livestock Show Queen Sat-
urday evening aa festivities for the
annual event neared an end.
Miss Dowling raised $1,719 in
contributions to benefit the Chero-
kee County Livestock Show and
CODY ROACH, Rusk
FFAstudent, Is pictured
with his best of class
daliy entry In the 6 to
12 month old category.
The Cherokee County
Junior Livestock 8how
was held last weekend.
Tax-Free Municipal Bonds.
Municipal bonds are 100% free of Federal income
tax, and some are free of state and local taxes.
Let me show you how to put tax-free Municipals
to work for you now. Call today.
518 E. Commerce, Jacksonville
Si Edward D. Jones & Co*
Mambor N*w York Slock Exchange, Inc. and Stcurititi Invntor Protection Corporation
• We know our customers as well as we know our investments.
•Rate expressed as yield to maturity, effective 3/10/90. Subject to availability. May be subject
to state and local tax. Market flak Is a consideration on Investments sold prior to maturity. .
THE 1990 CHEROKEE
County Livestock Show
Queen Is Miss Brandi
Dowling, second from
left, a member of the
Bulah 4-H Club and a
student at Rusk High
School. She was escorted
i< by Michael Collins dur-
1 Ing presentation cere-
1 monies Saturday eve-
ning in the Will A. Lewis
Showbarn at Jackson-
ville. Also pictured are
the runners-up for the
title. From left they are
Laurl Hamilton of Wells,
third; Susan Massey of
Troup, second; and
Chrlsti Ault of Jackson-
ville, first runner-up. The
9ueen's tiara is courtesy
of Raymond and Eloise
Teague. Last year's
Queen Laurie Weiden-
bach, Is standing right,
What an ovefwhelming problem it would be —
because you've come to depénd on electricity to be
u this great dependability in
it have nicrhly trained person-
alities — Doth costly — but
there ... any time, every time!
It costs a lot to bring you this
electric service. We must have
nel and the very best facilities — both costly -
the results are worth it. We could cut costs Dy cutting
corners here and there and sacrifice reliability but
you wouldn't want us to do that. Because then you'd
be getting only "pretty good" service. We feel pretty
good" electric service would never substitute for
rne SESCO excellence and reliability you're accus-
Electricity is still the biggest bargain in your budget.
Southwestern Electric Service Company
JED ■ SERVING GROWING CENTRAL-BAST TEXAS
Exposition fund. Her escort was
Raising $1,600 for the first run-
ner-up position was Christi Ault of
the Craft 4-H. She was escorted by
John Ellis. Susan Massey of Troup,
second runner-up raised $1,149 and
was escorted by Kevin Walker. Third
runner-up, with $1,000 in contribu-
tions, was Lauri Hamilton ofWells.
She was escorted by James Lovell,
Brian drogan, 17, ofthe Alto High
School FFA won the Orand
Champion award at the show with
his slaughter steer, whicvh weighed
in at 1,175 pounds and brought
$3,879 durning (he animal auction.
Other youths named high win-
ners in each division included Carol
Brazwell ofTroup FFA, grand cham-
pion market gilt and Samuel
Knighton of Troup FFA, reserve
champion in market gilt.
Kiley Johnson ofWells 4-H, Grand
champion for market barrows and
Sarah White, Bulah 4-H, reserved
champion for market barrows.
Patrick Bailey, Jacksonville FFA
grand champion and William Hill,
Troup FFA, reserve champion for
Jackie Dowling of Bulah 4-H took
the grand champion and best of class
for the dairy heifer, 0-6 months
division. Cody Roach of the Rusk
FFA took best of class for the dairy
heifer 6-12 months old; Brian Wal-
ley of the Alto FFA was the reserved
champion and best of class for the
12-18 months dairy heifer.
Daiiy grand champion cow was
entered by Jeff Parmley and re-'
served champion by David Roach.
Meat pen grand champion rabbit.
was entered by Russell Shivers of
the Jacksonville FFA. Reserve
champion was entered bv Cody
Perry of the Footbridge 4-H Club.
Breeding doe honors went to entries
by Michael Lindsey of the. Jackson-
ville FFA for grand champion and
Lori Hamilton ofthe Wells 4-H for
the reserve champion. Breeding
buck winners were Lori Hamilton,
Wells 4-H, grand championand Jeff
Adams, Jacksonville FFA, reserve
Open division winners were Lean
Hale, Alto 4-H, MP and John Under-
wood, Jacksonville 4-H, BD.
Winning broilers winners were
entered by Laurie Widenbac of the
Jacksonville 4-H, grand champion
and Barbara Foster, New Summer-
field FFA, reserve champion.
Goat winners included slaughter
reserved champion 0-12 months,
entered by Bryce Cunningham,
Jacksonville FFA; grand cham-
pion,12-18 months slaughter, en-
tered by Rachel Walker ofthe Look-
out 4-H; grand champion doe en-
tered by Rachel Walker ofthe Look-
out 4-H and reserved champion doe
entered by Kara McCraiy of the
Registered bulls under 12 months,
grand champion was entered by
Scott Alexander; 12-18 months, Joey
Registered cows, Scott Alexander,
Register heifers grand champion
Diane Smith of Alto FFA and Scott
Alexander ofthe Jacksonville FFA;
commercial heifer grand champion,
Richard Castrel of the New Sum-
merfield FFA, reserved champion
Lydia Foreman of the Rusk FFA;
feeder heifer grand champion en-
tered by TVae Glover ofWells.
Feeder Steers under 800 pounds,
grand champion by Zachary Clark
ofthe Rusk FFA and reserved cham-
pion Carty Williams of the Wells 4-
H. Slaughter -steers • light, Kevin
Isom of the New Summerfield FFA
and Michelle Williams of the Wells
SFA honor roll
Four students from Cherokee
County are among 166 at Stephen
F. Austin State University listed on
the president's honor roll for the
recent fall semester.
SFA Registrar Gene Barbin said
these topranking students are those
who compiled an all "A" record while
carrying a full schedule during the
semester. To qualify for the prestig-
ious honor, the students had to be
enrolled in a minimum 12 semester
The Cherokee County students
include the following:
Deann Marie Collins of Alto,
senior in the SFA school of educa-
tion with a mejor in elementary
education and a minor in art, third
time on the president's roll.
Don Kelly Littlqjohn of Rusk,
junior in business with a major in
accounting, first time on the
Marra J. Tarver of Wells, junior
in business with a m^jorin account-
ing, first time on the president's
Michelle A. Wharton of Jackson-
ville, sophomore in education with a
major in elementary education,
i on the president's roll.
JACKS DOWLING. Bu-
lah FFA member, dis-
plays her winning best
of class entry in the 0-6
months dairy heifer
category at last week-
end's Junior Livestock
Show in Jacksonville.
"Own a Legend"
the most popular rider
ever made has become
a legend In its own time.
As Low As
★ Easy Financing ★ If
SEARS 0n * KEtfMORE
WHIRLPOOL # "^IDAIRE • COIDSPOT
HOT POINT * G*. * OTHER BRANDS
21 Y ears Expericncc
112 W 6th
it's a snap with a Snapper.
JAN PATE MOWER
214-683-6547 1003 Henderson St, Rusk
Regularly 137.50 (Save 88.00)
Frame & Matt
Choice of Colors
Child or Adult
Great Mothers Day & Easter Gifts
Sittings Thru April 20
403 S. Bonner • Jacksonville, TX 75766
517 N. Main, Rusk Ph. 214/683-2811
a i if.
MEN'S OR LADIES1
I R R E S *1 ST
Classic canvas casual...combines
sporty good looks, fashion and
comfort. America's #1 fun shoe,
•WHITE «RED «BLACK «NAVY
BEST PRICES FOR NEW SPRING SHOES1
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 142, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 22, 1990, newspaper, March 22, 1990; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth151947/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.