The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1932 Page: 2 of 6
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ealth and Happiness
TISH WINDHAM. EDITOR
Miss Wilma Perkuis returned home
Sunday from points in California.
Miss Thelma McDonald was visit-
ing in Jacksonville Monday.
H. Nelson returned
in Clarksville Monday.
)M and radio tubes. F. D.
The friends of W. E.
sorry to hear he is ill.
WlOP Tom Waiten and DROP In To
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Norman spent
last week end in D. lias.
is spending this
Mi-s. D. B. Lawson was a visitor
in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Frank Robinson is
bujtnesp this week.
!n Dallas on
Your Watch and DROP In T®
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Duke spent the
week end in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spinks
Weils were in Rusk Tuesday.
Mrs. Jack Zachry
Worth this week
is visiting in Ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Copeland
spent the week end in Dallas.
See us for B Bait teres and
tubes. F. D. Waldrop.
Will Donley of Jacksonville was a
business visitor in Rusk Wednesday.
Cient Sessions of Wells was atten-
ding to business in Rusk Tuesday.
Mrs. Grady Jenkins of Bulter is
visiting her sister, Mrs. John Halbert.
Ralph Gninn and family of Over-
ten v,sited relatives hc/e this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Kerr and son
Char'es wers visitors in Jacksonville
Say it with flowers,
Say it with ours.
Cut Flowers, Pot plants, Funeral
MRS. LEE ROSS
THE RUSK FLORIST
Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery.
We teat tube*. F., D. WaMrap.
Deckard McCord and Otis King
attended the big rodeo in Alto last
Texas Home Bakery, Rusk is giv-
ing away 3 prizes. See their ad else-
where for further information.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Bice and Miss.
Ann Beville attended a telephone
meeting in Gli\dewater Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Waldrop and
children spent the week end in Dallas
attending the besiness and visiting
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Perkins and
daughter spent the week end in Dal-
Mrs. W. H. Washington spent the
week end in San Augustine with her
Mrs. F. B. Guinn is spending this
week end in Lufkin as the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Mussle-
Mesdames Nina Sherman, F. M.
Priest and Miss Jessie Boone return-
ed home Monday from a visit in
Mrs. A. Beville and g'andson E. B.
Snider Jr. of Tyler spent last week
here with Mrs. Frank Newman and
Miss Ann Beville.
Mrs. Limmie Sloan had as her
guusts Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Richerson
Bro. W. A. Zeiglcr will preach at
the 11 o'clock service Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Chapman and
Mrs. Chas. Chapman spent the week
end in Dallas where they were met
by Chas. Chapman Jr.
Robert Fulton of Dinlville was in!
Rusk attending to business Wednes-j
day -afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bane of Beau-
mont were called her on account
i of the death of Jack's father, Mr. A.
| P. Bane.
BIBLE COURSES AT TEXAS U.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
sonville were visitors
Mr. and Mr-. Ti,e
son snent the wo er
in Waco, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. A. :
daughter spent th'j v.-
Mrs. W. P. Richey
end quests M: • At
nell and Faye Erov. r
Adams of Jack-
in Rusk Wed-
23 her week!
R old aw.
In the fifteen Bible classes offer-
ed at the University of Texas under
the auspices of the Association of
Religious Teachers, neaily 150 stu-
dents are enrolled. This organization
is a local one made up of the various
Bible chairs about the campus. The
Bible courses offered by the Associa-
tion are not part of the University
curriculum and are not required, but
twelve hours of Bible courses may be
offered toward a U
I (men nonets j
WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL
Christian - 35
TOTAL .... 365
PREACHING AT PONTA
Pastor John A. Williams of Rusk,
will occupy the pulpit in the Baptist
church at Ponta Sunday night.
The subject of the sermon next
Sunday morning will bo "An Ideal
Preaching Service." At " ;30 p.m. Rev
Jack McMinn will preach.
Prof. J. O. Nash has agreed to
teach the class of senior boys. That
is a fine bunch of boys and should
grow under the leadership of this
popular teacher. He takes charge next
The training service is taking on
fresh energy under the leadership
of the new Director. The Adult Un-
ion will put on a short program Sun-
day evening at the general assembly.
It will surprise you.
John A. Williams
, . and
Bible School at 9 :45 a.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Prayer Meeting a? 7 p.
G. M. Read, Minister.
ARE NOW DISPLAYED
For women who want
Call to see
MRS. S. R. CURTIS
■ An ideal
: play or
fh« Baker Hotel
"TIi* South'* Finest Resort Hotel"
Mineral Wells, Texas
"Witer* America Prinks Its W«y To Hetlth"
You come to tkis luxurious resort hotel, for a rest, to
build up strength for future work . . . and you find
. . . not oniy perfect rest, but recreations that enable
you to enjoy a delightful holiday while building new
zest and energy—in the low Palo Pinto mountains™1"
in a climate that is ideal.
The celebrated mineral waters at Mineral Wells are
a big reason why so many come here; why physicians
send so many, who arc not ill, but are immeasurably
benefitted by the water, especially persons of gouty
or rheumatic tendencies. For those who want them,
there arc health baths . . and the services of capable
Rates: $2 per Day and Up. Reduced Rates to guests
who stay a week or longer. Special Tourist Rates:
IThree or more in same room, $1.00 each.
Send * post card or letter to The Baker Hotel,
Mineral Wells, for interesting booklet.
Other Baker Hotels
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The STEPHEN F. AUSTIN The ST. ANTHONY
Austin San Antonio
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia-
tion for the beautiful flowers and
the sympathetic service extended us
during our recent bereavement,
Mrs A P. Bane and Children.
MOSELEY DRUG STORE
iversity Degree, iff
Of who may be your choice for president,
Ave want to be
Judge John 1 . B-. ;•>. 11. L. Earle.
and T. W. Wade of Jac .-onville were j
in Rusk Wednesday.
Dr. E. M. McClure of Alto attend-
ed the funeral here Monday of Judge
Sam P. Willson of Texarkana.
Mesdames Bryan Stovaii, Leo Tosh
J. W. Pearson and Lidia Stovall at.
tended the fair in Dallas Saturday.
Preacher Wallace attended the
Fair in Dallas Sunday. He made a
stop in Palmer,
Mrs. D. T. Howard cf Dallas is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. Nor.
Leslie Murphey of Beaumont is
here visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Murphey.
Mjss Miarienelle Butler returned
home Saturday from a weeks visit
:'i Good Family Flour 48 Lb. Sack 75c
And Our Stock
We Appreciate the Nice
Business We Are
Peaches Good Quality
Large Can 14c
White Sacks 79c
Bankrupt SALE! |
Paradise of Bargains!!
At The Leader
Rusk's Leading Store
Receiving New Fall Mercandise Daily
Hurry! Get Your Share!!
The Busy Corner
Joe Gurlie of Dallas visited rela- j Y. Forrest, Frank Devereux, J. L.
tives here Friday. He was accompan- Douglas, G. W. Kilson, J. L. Brown,
ied home by Mrs. Mary B. Perkins' G. W. Gibson, Will Donley, A, G.
and Miss Doris Barnes for the week Adams and John Bolton,
Those from Jacksonville who atten-
ded the funeral here Monday of
Judge Sam P. Willson of Texarkana
were: Judge and Mrs. Box, Mrs. Sal-; death of
Mrs. Reba Martin was called to
Mission Texas last Friday on the ac-
count of the serious illness of her
brother John Williamson, and the
Mrs. John Williamson.
lie David, Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn, Mr.
Mrs. Lena Gregard, Will David, W. sur<
Williamson is not expected to
White Sacks 85c
6 Oz. Glass
Gold Dust Washing Powder 10 Boxes 19c
cash:orooery we deliver
TRADE MARK RES
For lazy liver, stomach and
kidneys, biliousness, indi-
gestion, constipation, head*
ache, colds and fever.
1<V and 35l at dealers.
vV H I T E
v FRMIFIjjF- 1
For Expelling Worms
MOSELEY MUG STORE
Mesdames T, M. Sherman and A,
S. Moore were visitors in Crockett
RELIEF from use of
"I have taken Black-Draught, off
and on when needed, for twenty-
ttve years, for It la easy to take,"
writes Mr. George T. Wharton, of
Petersburg, Va. "I take It for con-
stipation and when I have that
dull, tired feeling. I tako It for
colds and other complaints where
a good laxative Is needed, and I
believe It gives me quicker and
better relief than any other medi-
cine I know. It certainly has
been a help to me."
P. 8.— If you have Children, give
them the nnto, pleasant-taiHng
8YRUP of Thed/ord't Black-Draught.
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The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1932, newspaper, October 21, 1932; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth291562/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.