Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 144, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1992 Page: 4 of 18
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Page Four—CHEKOKEUAN/HHRALD of Rusk, Texas—Thursday, June 18,1992
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The Cherokee County Clerk's Of-
fice issued the following marriage
license': Oliver Glenn Sturns and
Shiela Ann Hackney, both of Rusk;
Robert Chvers Chambers of Jack-
sonville and Jerline Hart Jones of
Henderson; Elias David Silva and
Maria Elena Leon, both of Troup;
Samuel Wayne Sexton and Bar-
bara Maisie Pearce, both of Jack-
Bruce Walla graduales
Bruce Joseph Walla has com-
pleted four years of schooling at the
University of Texas at Austin and
received a Bachelor of Science de-
gree in electrical engineering on
. May 23.
He plans to attend graduate school
at University of Texas at Austin in
Walla is the son of Alice A. Walla
of Ruskand Frank J. Walla ofHarty,
Delaware. He is the grandson of
Edna and John Nickle of Rusk.
DORIS FAYEÜ&SSIONS of Rusk became the bride
of Charles Cross Jr. of Jacksonville on May 8. The
bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eurilene Sturns of
Rusk. The groom is the son of Roxie Cross of
White clan gathers reunion
THREE.SETSOF twins attc tUt ... the Young Kainlly
Reunion June 0 at the Rusl«. Civic Center arc from
left are Delmar Jay Young of Lyford t 'Hi Theloia
Faye Champagne of Harlingen. Jerelcer Harrison
of San Antonio and Madefleen of l'.ongvicw
and Roy and Rcy DeLuna of Longvk ') ',cr< arc
two other sets of twins in the Yount; family who
were unable to attend the reunion.
Young family gathers
for family reunion
Descendants of the late John
Young, Walter Young and fíeorye
Young met at the Hunk Civic (Jen
ter on June 6 for a family reunion.
Among those attending were 12 first
cousins with four generations
The youngest member present was
nine-month old Kalu Finley of flunk
Three sets of twins attended the
gathering with two sets of twins
unable to attend. Those attending
Dorothy Lussier of Cascade, Mon
tana, Owen and Jean Mc<-5ill ot
Wyane, Michigan, Robert and
Láveme Wright*of Wynn<.'woo<t,
Okla.; Charles and Louise Youri?>,
Dan and Jereleen Harrison of San
Antonio; Delitiar Young of Lyford,
Eugene and Thélma Champagne oí'
Harlingen and Liz Stieben ofl'lnno;
Anna Brown and Billie Brown of
Abile/ie; George mid Ala Iluddlston
ofBalch Springs* lUeille Honnell of
Houston and John and Daisy
Estrada of Killeen, Trew Young,
Wilburn Young of Henderson;
Michael and Annette Young and
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1 Announcing... I
' A BOY! S
Tyler Seth Norton Baker
Julie and Steve Baker of Lullvin
proudly annouce the arrival ol ■> -ti.
Tyler Seth Noiton Bak"i H<- u
born June 13 at Nacogdoches Medí
cal Center. Tyler weighed 7 pounds
and 7 ounces.
Tyler is welcomed by two lunih
era, Steven and Scott.. The proud
grandparents are Ronnie and 1 )ot(.ie
Norton of Alto, Paul Raker and Betty
Blackburn of Marion, Ohio. Ghent
grandparents are Dorothy McClui •
Mrs. Andrew Baker and Fran* ■>
Davenport, both of Marion, Ohio.
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sons, Jonathan and Matthew of
Mount Enterprise; Charles and
Madeleen Jones and fjrnndchildren
Randi, Hoy, Hey and Ryan DeLuna
of Longview, Jo<- Young and chil-
dren Sherrie and Michael and
Sherwood and Dolly Esse* of Jack-
sonville; Nancy Ballard and satis,
Gary and Scott of Billiard and Dan
and Janice Cawoi and granddaugh-
ter Rrystal of Chandler; Arclvie and
Catherine Young and granddaugh-
ter M. vfi• i• v ' ")| r, Inez
SiiBtaire, Ricky and Becky Foster
and daughters Natalie and Haley,
Gay Finley ofTyler, Mildred Young.
Earl .and Nancy Finley, Kenny
Finley and daughter, Kal¿, Randy
and JPvgfty Zimmerman and chil-
dren Justin and Hitolefejvly.rti
Watwwt Bwdw llohei Uonend Ella
Day of Rusk. ^ 'X,
Upon departure time it was evi-
dent that everyone had enjoyed the
day and were already talking about
and looking forward to the next
reunion to he held agai n in the beau-
tiful city of pines in 1994, according
to Daisy Estrada, reporter*
While May 29 marks the inaugu-
ration of the Texas Ltíttory and the
fun and excitement that surrounds
this event, it. also marks the begin-
ning of new services io assist Tex-
ans who may already he suffering
from too much of a good thing.
The State of Texns, through the
Texas commission on Alcohol and
Drug Abuse will provide services
for problem and compulsive gam-
blers with the launching this Fri-
day of a statewide 24-hour compul-
sive gambling help line, t-800-742-
0443. The funding for this and other
planned compulsive gambling ser-
vice is made possible by revenue
gathered through the Texas Lot-
tery and off-track horse race bet-
The legislation that created the
Texas fxittery appropriates$2 mil-
lion per year from state General
Revenue to the Texas Commission
on Alcohol a nd Ding Abuse for com-
pulsive gambling prevention, in-
tervention, treatment and research
programs. Changes to the Texas
Ratting Act will divertr.iie-fourfchof
one percent of simulcast revenues
to'lCAOA for compulsive troubling
prevention servic.es. 'llie statewide
24 hour help line is the first, in «
complement of service* to address
R ache He Wilcox
honors ot I TM1
Rorhelle WilroK of Ruwk rineived
h. nms foi n.lh^im#^ .hint * the-
eimutt! Ifima |>«y c. .,vi«.at.-n at
Ks«t TV law
The family of Jim and Effie Banks
White met for a family reunion at
the home of Allen and Pam Gault
it the State Crossing in Rusk, the
foT mer homesite of Con and Errna
' hose present for a wonderful
'!•••< of visiting and a noon meal
wt - Evelyn White Knowles of Ar-
lington; Elizabeth Wliite Rogers of
Alt t; Bunella Maness White of
li ink , Ceorge and Gracine Griffin
• if Jack sonville; Jimmy Ray Killion
of Kilgore, Steve Killion and Kody
of Rusk; Roy and Andy Brewer of
Houston; Mrs. Orene Brewer of
¡tusk; Dennis and Janet White,
Steve and Lisa of Houston; Mary
Tidrow Jiminez of Pearsall; Jim
Tidrow of Lauda; Kenneth Tidrow,
Kristy and Kenny Wayne of
f'airfield; Jodye Tidrow, Eyman and
Dustin of Palestine; Jaye Tidrow
Welch of Palestine; JenniferTidrow
of Palestine; Mandy and Candy
I how of Palestine; Milton and
Pat, í !arter, Kayla and Matthew of
Cleveland; Alfred and Linda Har-
ris and Kandice of Rusk; Pam
Gault, Michael andTerri ofRusk.
MONDAY 5 P.M.
A short business meeting was
held and plans were made for the
next reunion on the second Satur-
day of June, 1993.
Rusk Elementary School Perfect
Attendance Awards have been pre-
sented to Third Graders Jennifer E.
Booth, Clifton L. Brown, Edward J.
Eckel, Stephanie N. Emerson,
Laura L. Folkes, Jena M. Garbutt,
Jarrid A. Hall, Marcus D. Hamilton,
Janna N. Jones, Jeremy H.
Langford, Aaron M. Lankford,
Clinton H. Norwood, Jennifer Y.
Pierce, Steven M. Ross, Desmon R.
Sanders, Rrystal L. Ward and Mat-
thew P. Watson.
Fourth Graders Nina S. Brinkley,
Elton L. Brown, Heather C. Cain,
Joey F. Cantrell, John W. Garbutt,
Norman J. Griffin, Raven C
Henderson, Ashley N. Jones, Darren
D. McGowan, Crystal D. Moore,
James H. Newman, Devin M.
Perkins, Aaron C. Richardson,
Joshua C. Tylich, Amanda D. Wil-
son and Nicholas R. Woody.
Fifth Graders Cedric D. Atkins,
Crystal S. Bowman, Jana C. Cleve-
land, Cory B. Colston, Kalena C.
Isaacs, Laura J. Moore, April L.
Stafford, Christine L. Tibbit and
Justin D. Zimmerman.
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