The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1932 Page: 4 of 8
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. TISH WINDHAM, EDITOR
C. C. Murphey and R. M. Ash of
Alto were here on business Wednes-
Mrs. Dudley B, Lawson and little
daughter Janet were visitors in Mor-
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Peterson and
Eric Mercer of Kilgore were here on
Mrs. G. A. Shaw was a visitor in
Say It With FIow«m."
Say it with ours.
Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai
NRS. LEE Ri)SS, THS RUSK FLORIST.
Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery
Miss Sue Nickerson had as her
guest Friday Mrs. Raymond Robbins
Mis3 Irene Price was a week end
guest of Miss Sarah McKenzie in
Mr;. J. W. Pearson and son James
were visitors in Jacksonville Saturday.
Miss Ila Maris of Nacogdoches vis-
ited friend? here a while Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Everett and
daughter attended the funeral of Mr*.
Everett's brother in law, Louis Chap-
man, in Dialville Sunday,
Mr. R. L. Montgomery is on the
sick list this week.
SEMESTER PLAN REQUIRES
STUDY OF LITERATURE NEXT
C. W. Benge of Amherst arrived
here this week for a visit.
Earl Sanders of Wells was here
attending court this week
DROP your watch and DROP
in to see Wal-DROP
E. M. Decker of Alto was here on
Rube Hill of Maydelle was attend-
ing to business here Tuesday.
Judge G. W. Gibson of Jacksonville
was here on business Tuesday.
E. P. Palmer of Alto was a bus:
ness visitor in Rusk Wednesday.
Mrs. E. Dupree had as her guest
Wednesday her daughter Mrs. Calvin
Reitch and little daughter Dorothy
Ann of Palestine.
Mr. and Mrs, B. F. Moore of
Alto were in Rusk on, business Wed-
Mr. Lee Fountain of Ennis was in
town on business this week.
M. M. Guinn was a Jacksonville
Mrs. Nina D. Sherman was a shop-
per in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mrs. Obie Childs of Jacksonville
was a visitor in Rusk Friday.
Mrs. Ross Huguet returned home
Thursday from a visit in Dallas.
Miss Floy Boone was a visitor in
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.
Miss Sue Nickerson spent the week
end in Athens.
Miss Hazel Roach spent the week
end in Palestine.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Guinn were
shoppers in Jacksonville Saturday.
Mrs. Ida Black spent the week end
in Jacksonville with her daughter Mrs.
C. W. Marshall.
Mesdames J. H. Hogan, Alvin Shat-
tuck, Clyde Poore and H. Miller of1
Alto were Shoppers in Rusk Saturday
Miss Flaye Black was a visitor in
The friends of Mrs. James I. Per-
kins are glad to know she is home
from the Nan Travis Hospital in
Following the semester plan the
upper English classes will take up the
study of literature next term. Senior
English IV wiH take up studies in
English Literature, while Junior En-
glish III will study American Lit.
The aim of this plan is to create a
more thorough study of literature
and to stress the course more com-
KEEP THE HOME TOWN
DOLLAR CIRCULATING AT
WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL
Bob Payne of Dialville was a busi-
ness visitor in Rusk Tuesday.
DROP your watch
in to see Wal- DROP
Mrs. E. Dupree had 13 hor
over the week end her brother, R. E.
Bass of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parnall and ,
daughter Sarah spent Sunday in Rek- j
law with relatives.
Mrs. Frank Newman spent the week
end in Tyler.
Palm readers are reported to be
making a fortune during the depres-
sion. You've got to hand it to them.
The hardest job a kid faces is that
of learning good manners without
A. E. Laney was in Jacksonville on
business Tuesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen has as
their week end guest Mr. and Mrs.
Van Houston and daughter Jerry,
Mr. Earl Dixson and Mrs. Mary Wim-
berg of Houston.
As a rule the person who minds
his own business has a steady job.
Dr. Fred A. Fuller, C. K. DeBusk,
A. E. Garner, W. J. Weatherby and
A. O. Broly of Jacksonville were here
on business Tuesday.
Jack Slover of Dialville was here
on business Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. Phifer of Aito was here
attending to business Tuesday.
The friends of Miss Elouise Sher-
man will be glad to know she was
elected president of the W. A. A.
Ben Bailey of Wells was a visitor
at the county seat Friday.
B. F. Sherman was a week end visi-
tor in Fort Worth
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Meredith and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lang were visi-
tors in Tyler last Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Burke of Alto was here
on business Saturday.
Mesdames L. T. Moore and Herbert
Osbovn" were visitors in Jacksonville
Mesdames Florence Bailey and
Royce Reddin of Ponta were shoppers
DROP your watch and DROP
in to see Wal-DROP
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Miller of Hous-
ton and Miss Nola Mae Jowell of
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ruth Will-
Those from here who attended L.
S. Chapman funeral at Dialville Sun-
day afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Sessions, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Bing-
ham. Mesdames Gene Cargill, Bohn
Francis, Misses Thelma Manning,
Hazel Roach, Iren Snelling. May Gib-
son, Rubv Alexander, Floy and Var-
ine Sanders and I J. Bolton, Coy
Halbert. Ed Sincletary, P. T. Butler,
P. B Musslewhite, Louise Butler and
family and Mr. and Mrs. John Fran-
John Locke Jr. of Lubbock is here
visiting for a few day.
Mrs. Alvin Gray and
Miss Sammie Stovall and Sada Ray of
Jacksonville attended the funeral cf
Mrs. Mary Guinn here Sunday.
H. H. Maness and Ralph Guinn re-
ed Sunday from San Anfonio
| where they had been called to the
daughter. *>ed s'de of Tom Guinn who is ill.
Mrs. Roma Duff and son of Mor-
rell spent the week end here with her
s:ster Mrs. D B. Lawson.
We have moved our shop to the Neely
Building- on the East corner of the
Sonth side of the Square.
Sherman's Garment Shop
BBSSJSH3; xn-sm *xs
"At Your Service"
The Cherokee Service Station
W. PI. Vining, Prop.
Magnolia Oil Agency
You Ought to Know What That Means
All Kinds of Automobile Accessories.
Expert Mechanics on All Nik;? ofCirj.
Ponta welcomes its new residents,
the newly-weds, Mr. and Mrs. Dick-
Bowling. Both are well known Rek-
law citizens, the bride being Mae
Fletcher of that community. The
couple will make their home with Lee
Mrs. W. C. Jones and children of
Rusk and Miss Lois Fawthorn of
Iron Hill spent Sunday with R. L.
Montgomery and daughter.
Christain .... 37
Methodist .. 213
Presbyterian .... .. 49
Mrs. W. H. Hanna had charge of a
very interesting program given at
a regular meeting last Thursday.
Mrs. Joplin gave a very interesting
and helpful talk on thrift.
The second grade pupils under the
able direction of Miss Landers ren-
dered a health program that was very
The P. T. A meets each first and
third Thursday and always offes
worth while programs and is always
well attended. The next meeting will
be Feb.4 and is to be a social meeting.
HITCH HIKER MIXES POLITICS
WITH HIS ART AND FINDS IT
HELPS HIM GET FREE RIDING
Here is a traveling salesman story
that is not too shady to tell in a
"I was driving into Troup," said
the salesman, and saw a man walking
along the highway ahead of me. On
his back he was carrying a piece ol'
card board, and board carrie^some
sort of message. As I neared^m I
was able to read that message. Then
I stopped my car and—
And what message was on the board
a curious listener asked?
The salesman answered: The mes-
sage said: If you don't let me ride
your car, I'll vote for Hoover.
And the man rode. —Tyler Jo
IF IT'S ...
We do it. Just call 249;
We'll be right over.
E. L. GILNORE
You Are Judged ...
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ritchie of Rek
law visited his son Mr. and Mrs. J. L
Grace Alice Pryor of Rusk sp;nt
Tuesday night with Mary Brazier.
Annie D. and Tootsie Bowling werr-
the guests in the R. Bowling home
over the week end.
Jack Brazier spent Sunday night in
Rusk with Gilbert Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bowling and
Lee Bailey were visitors in Louisam.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. B.vnum and
children and the Harris family of
Iron Hill were Ponta visitors Sundav
Sunday evening will be Hospital
Night at the Methodist church. A 2u
minute program will be rendered by
patients who on Sunday afternoons
assist in the services at the Hospital.
There will be quartettes, duets and
readings, a French harp duet "Home
Sweet Home" and another selection
will be given. A colored quartette
; singing the colored spiritual songs
' will be on the progarm. The evening
i scrvice will begin promptly at "I :IZ
land close at 8:15. The live 12 piece
orchestra will render a couple of num-
| bers at the beginning of the service,
j Rev. Jackson will use as his evening
I subject "Thoughts That Lift." At the
! morning service a vested choir and
j the orchestra will share is helping to
1 make the morning hour very devo-
1 tional. "Spiritual Power Conserved'
, will be the subject of the morning
The Sunday School has as its goal
for Sunday 250. A hot contest with
! Melvin Sessions and Coy Singletary
| leading opposite sides in the men's
! class is on in full swing. Prof. A. S.
Moore, who is delivering a series of
messages to this class will =r>on be
; talking to a packed room. Twenty
! five seats wii be added Sunday. Beau-
I tiful new curtains have been placed in
the Young People's Assembly. Each
I department of the Sunday School is
up and doing, stated Rev. Jackson.
1 Two great services are expected Sun-
day and a record attendance for the
Leagues is anticipated said the pastor.
Some new members are expected to
be received in the church Sunday
Your appearance is the most conspicuous
when an opinion is being formed of you.
We Are Beauty Specialists
"A PERMANENT WILL PROVE"
I Rusk Beautytorium
J Main Street Mrs. OMA (Lout) MANESS Phone 99
HAKE 1932 F
I By buying your Groceries and Meats at our
store where you are assured of the
highest quality and lowest prices.
l0Um Is ELECTRICITY
THE ELECTRIC OUTLETS IN YOUR
HOME ARE YOUR BEST SHOPPING
POINTS. WHENEVER YOU PLUG IN AN
APPLIANCE OR SNAP ON A SWITCH
YOU SPEND FRACTIONS OP PENNIES.
YOUR PENNIES BUY THINGS THAT
ARE PRICELESS . . . GOOD LIGHTING
. . . COOL BREEZES . . . CLEAN FLOORS
.. . SPOTLESS CLOTHES ...WELL-
COOKED FOOD... CONSTANT RE-
FRIGERATION. NOWHERE ELSE DO
YOUR PENNIES BUY SO MUCH. : :
FLOUR Guaranteed 48 Pound Sack
Package 3 c
Baby Chick Feed
Yellow Corn Feed Meal
In the market we have Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Fish, Fresh and Cured meat, Cheese
CASH GROCERY" WE DELIVER
Gulf Public Service Co.
HESS' POULTRY PAN-A-M1N
Hakes Hens Lay and Poultry Healtnful
HESS' STOCK TONIC
Keeps Stock Fit on Less Feed
PAINT UP and Preserve the Surface
Sherwin Williams Paint
See Us for Wall Paper
Tomato, Garden, Field and Flower Seed
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Ward, Pearl L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, January 29, 1932, newspaper, January 29, 1932; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291524/m1/4/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.