Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 145, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1993 Page: 9 of 16
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LOUISE MORRISS of Rusk and Herman Jones of
Houston announce the engagement of their
daughter, Carole Dlanne, to Andrew Erin Levine,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Levine of Dallas. The
couple will be married March 27 at the Spring
Woods United Methodist Church In Houston. The
bride-elect Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
Hugghlns and H. H. Jones, all of Rusk.
EIGHTH GRADE Girls Volleyball team members pose for this photo. In front are
Denlse Jones, Nyja Leviston, Natalie Moore, Shaye Lucas, Kandy Sltgreaves, Julie
Boren, BrlAnn Pate, Leigh Emerson, Chanda Anderson. In back are Krlsty
Kennedy, Amanda Prince, Ellalne Klncald, Michelle Welch, Michelle Mitchell,
Angela Glenn and Cynthia Hogg. Season record was 6 wins and 6 loses.-staff photo
Marriage licenses issued
Marriage licenses were recently
received by the following couples
from County Clerk, Fairy Upshaw's
Richard Travis Edwards of Rusk
and Jody Lynn Coker of Rusk, Arvin
Carl Dejongof Jacksonville and Lisa
Marie Hunt of iTa&tiofitflle, Ray
Danyeli Noble of Ft. Worth and
Eddie Marie Toines of Ft. Worth,
Forrest Keith Phifer of Rusk and
Teresa Darlene Jo well of Jackson-
ville, Donald Ray Guinn Jr. of Rusk
and Tori LaDean Whitesides of
Rusk, John Frank Dudley II of Jack-
sonville and Misty Renee Chambliss
jr Custom Slaughtering
Cajves & Hogs
Killed at Tyler Packing Company
& Processed in Rusk
• By Our New Meat Manager
former operator Rusk Meat & Locker
• See David about
FREEZER MEAT PURCHASES
FARMERS & RANCHERS
Price Includes SpreadingI
Mountain Road Fertilizer
Call Johnny Isaacs
Southern Cherokee County
Call Donald Wayne Carter
CHEROKEEAN/HERALD of Rusk, Texas—Thursday, February 25,1993—Page Nine
Upper level secondary student*
involved in any work/study pro-
gram can attend Pre-Employment
Seminar co-sponsored by Region
VII Education Service Center on
March 6 at Stephen F. Austin State
University and on May 18 in Kilgore
at Kilgore College.
High school students involved in
any program in preparation for
employment soon after exiting
school are encouraged to attend
one or both of the Pre-Employment
Seminars. Registrations for the
SFASU seminar on March 16
should be made by Feb. 25. Those
planning to attend the May 18 semi-
nar at Kilgore College should reg-
ister by April 28.
Students interested in attending
one or both of these seminars
request that they be registered by
any of the following;: high school
principal, special education direc-
tors, vocational director/counselor/
teacher, or vocational adjustment
For additional information inter-
ested persons can call Dr. Barbara
Modisette, Transition Consultant
at Region VII ESC, 903/984-3071.
Marshall evangelist the Rev. Dr.
Pat Day will conduct revival ser-
vices at,7, p.m. March 21-23 at the
Adams Chapel United Methodist
Church, according to the Rev.
Dr. Day is an Elkhart native. He
is a former football standout for the
Elkhart High School, Henderson
County Junior College and Austin
College. He currently is senior pas-
tor of the First United Methodist
Church in Marshall.
Pa8torNunnallysays Day's Christ
centered messages have inspired
congregations over much of Texas
and have placed him in demand as
a revival speaker.
Adams Chapel United Methodist
Church is located in the Bulah com-
munity, southwest of Rusk.
Meals on Wheels
Senior Citizen Nutrition
Monday, March It Smothered
Meatballs, Buttered Rice, Mixed
Vegetables, Pineapple Juice, Whole
Wheat Bread-Oleo, Oatmeal Cook-
Tuesday, March 2: BBQ Rib
Patty, AuGratin Potatoes, Green
Pea Salad, Hamburger Bun-Oleo,
Fresh Fruit, Milk.
Wednesday, March 3: Chicken
Pot Pie, Buttered Broccoli, Whole
Wheat Roll-Oleo, chocolate Mousse,
Thursday, March 4: Lasagna
Casserole, Green Beans, Tossed
Salad/Drag., Whole Wheat Roll-
Oleo, Brownie, Milk.
Friday, March 6: Baked Turkey
Ham, Macaroni and Cheese, Okra
and Tomatoes, Apple Juice,
Cornbread-Oleo, Sliced Pears, Milk.
Michelle Hart and Lula Lewis
were winners in the Dairy Queen
CMN Valentine Heart Contest.
Michelle won $20 for first place
and Lula, a teddy bear. They had
raised the most money for the
meeting is planned
A Pro-Family Awareness meet-
ing is planned for 7 p.m. March lin
the Jacksonville High School audi-
Discussion will include APPAC
(Adolescent Pregnancy and Parent-
hood Advisory Council), SEICUS
(Sex Education and Information
Council of the United States) and
Proposed Sex Education Curricu-
Speakers will include Judge
Cynthia Kent and Barbara Maberry
(APPAC Summit Meeting) and John
An invitation is extended to all
BLACK HISTORY MONTH was one of the highlights of the Rusk Elementary School
Multi Cultural Fair Feb. 18 and 10. Maxine Session and third grade students
manned the Africa Booth. African Americans were dressed in traditional native
costume. ' -staff photo
The Women's Missionary Union
of the Congregational Methodist
Church will attend the Texas An-
nual Rally at 10 a.m. March 6 at the
Lufkin First Congregational Meth-
JoyceMcGuire, generalWMU first
vice-president of Florence, Miss, will
be guest speaker. One of the church's
missionaries will also be there. A
video message will be presented by
the national Students.
The Lufkin WMU members will
furnish lunch for all attending.
Women of the Rusk First Congre-
gation church will take part in the
concert Sunday 6 p.m.
The Dorsey's will be in concert
Sunday at 6 p.m. at the Calvary
Baptist Church. A fellowship
willfollow the concert in fellowship
hall of the church.
There is no charge and the public
is invited. A love offering will be
The church is located 600 West
Sixth Street on Highway 84 West.
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GLORIA FAYE and Henry Cannon of Rusk announce
the engagement and approaching marriage of
their daughter, Devon Price of Dallas, to the Rev.
Robert L. Hall, also of Dallas. The bride-elect Is the
granddaughter of Mrs. Pearl Price and the late
Matthew Price. Rev. Hall Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Curlee Jobe of Dallas and Robert L. Hall Sr. of
Pittsburgh. The couple will be married at 6 p.m.
March 6 at the Mount Morrlah Plain view CME
Church, Highway 110 South, Rusk.
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Cherokeean/Herald (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 145, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1993, newspaper, February 25, 1993; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth152100/m1/9/: accessed July 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.