The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1938 Page: 4 of 6
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
The Eagles9 Echo
PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OK RUSK HIGH SCHOOL
Alice Mae Fitts
M artel la Haggard
B. J. Johnston and Bobby McVicker
have been acting as captains of the
two scrimmage football teams this
-week. Spring practice began last
■week with some scrimmaging and
quite a bit of passing. Last Monday
the squad met for organization and
for "skull" practice, skull practice
being the brains of football. Brains
\and brawn in equal parts are neces-
sary for good football, as everyone
knows. The activity period and an
hour or two later are being devoted
to spring practice every day when
the weather permits.
THE EAGLE SCREAMS
Don't look, now, but there is Fran-
ces Lovelace without a mirror—just
couldn't take it any longer—huh?—
(We mean the mirror!)
We elect—Cotton Finley as the
peskiest pesk in school with John R.
Bobbie Jane Banks as the silliest
Joyce Ginn as the number one
May Peace as the most sarcastic—
Edith Long as the loudest—
Alma Ruh Jordon as the quietest—
Seen in the vicinity of Alto—Faus-
tine Willams (wth Jimmy Maddock),
Louise Joshrund, Elice Love, Lydia
Bell Craig, Ruth Love, Mildred Fund-
erburke, Truet Gentry, and Frank
Audie and Janice Ray seem very
happy because Truman Welch has
started to school.
It happened in study hall
Edith and Charles Long talking
loud and long—
Buck Jones chatting with Mar-
Tall, tan, terrific, thin, talkative,
troublesome, trucking, twisting, tact-
ful, talented, tame, tantalizing, tardy
twice this term, tarrying, tasteful,
tender, teasing, twenty-eight .(teeth,
tense, terribly theatrical, terrifying,
terse, thoughtful, thrifty, thrilling,
trustful, ticklish, tidy, timid, titter-
ing, tolerant, thankful to teachers.
Last Week's "Guess Who"—J. L.
The Semper Excelsior met January
26 in the Foreign Language room for | .
its first secession since before Christ-; or c'0U('y today. Fine judg-
minutes of the preceeding meeting.
The place for the next meeting has
not yet been decided upon.
Sunday Aft Ramblers— " .
Dorothy, Drew, June and Wade
made a very nice looking quad Sun-
Ginned around the square Sun aft
and what do you think I saw! No,
guess again! Flippy robbing the
cradle and Helen stepping out. The
boys concerned were rather nice look-
ing—but also—shall I say—juvenile?
Ran across Hollis Duncjan, Pete
Pavletich and Haydon Brown eating
ice cream in Hewitts Sunday aft.
According to the younger set of Rusk
—there three young gentlemen are
hitting a new high!
Essie looked awfully cute! Who
was her friend?
Study Hall—I'm a good looking
guy, any way—yes I am!"
Dialvlle—"Why don'tcha learn to
dance? Aw—you can't truck. H(/i's
a cute one. Cone on! Come on—snap
Grandee—'Fancy meeting you here!
Where'd all that pepper come from?"
Rusk Hotel—"She's an awfully cute
girl—but I don't like the way she
Deckards—"Oh, you're jusfa jeal-
ous or you'd take me to that dance."
Hewitt's—Pie a la mode, Pop, Nope
I don|t know.
Who's happy now? Harold came
home last weekend.
Gladys says "Nope, Hollis, that
gal ain't nevah goin' stady with no-
Aha! Garland Perry's been giving
Irene Cooke the grand rush!
A certain girl's brother picked up
a young fellow the other day—the
chap started talking about the girl—
wow! The brother stated his relation-
Speaking of cozy homes—Louise and
Don have found the coziest of the
Dunning and Dorothy—oophs kin-
da' getting serious—while Ruby Eth-
el shines with some cutey from Alto.
Dean Bullock has been seen in
Rusk quite a bit lately. Lydabel
seems to have quite a bit to do with
Maxine is wondering if Charles
didn't trifle S'unday afternoon.
Flash—Press Room News—Eloise
steps directly into the arms of Her-
man and off to a grand and glorious
finish—<a brilliant flashing smile—
then—bliss—cut! And it'* all over!
By Elaine Gardiner
Eva'body woke up this morning
and found the ground turned into ice.
Eva'body even though it was cold
was ready to leave this morning—
except Buddie and L. D. What's the
matter?—All the girls huddle in a
group at the front and the boys in
the back; Estelle and Lorraine relat-
ing when their brother and sister had
the mumps—Juanita is a weather-
man. She said it was either going to
the weekend with her sister, Grace
Maxine Sorrells spent Tuesday
night wih June Odom.
RUSK BASKET BALL GIRLS WIN
The basket ball girls have at last
won a game—to say nothing of two,
the same day. Saturday the girls beat
Sacul by a score of 48 to 5, and Sat-
urday night beat Reklaw (who has
beat them twice and lost to them once
before) by a score of 16 to 10. Rose
Mary Holcomb and Maxine Sorrells
showed that they could make a few
goals, if they ever got started. Lor-
etta Beaudet got angry at someone
before the game and played her best
game of the season. Lorene Jones
played in place of Mildred Sanford—
who was sick.
As a reward for winning, Peanut
Partridge and Pinky Philips of Mose-
leys Drug Store had to set the team
up with cream and Coach Thomas
with two dime cigars.
THE WAY BACK HOME
Snuffy flagging cars—Joyce and
her chauffeur in the little T model
car—Gladys, Frances, Edith, Mary
Frances, Ethel, and June hitch-hik-
ing (and they were in Rusk thirty
mnutes before the bus arrived)—Mr.
Murdcck so hungry he could drink
buttermilk and eat onions—Garland,
ub ui apu b gutipjBO ijoujoq pus ?bj
old T model car—Edward, Gladys,
and June trucking up and down the
highway—Alvin trying to rope Ouida
—Horace riding pine saplings down
—Hazel tryng to find sc-meone who
could read shorthand—Everybody
missing Grace and Martella? Naomi
not having much luck at flagging
There was no singing at the church
Sunday night, due to the bad weath-
Several from here attended the ball
games at Troup Saturday night.
Mrs. M. L. Evans of Troup and
daughter, Mrs. 0. L. Denby of Hen-
derson spent a while Friday after-
noon in the Mrs. Callie Evans home.
Miss Marie Mitchell of Brushy
spent the weekend with her sister,
Mrs. A. D. Evans.
Miss Olleen Fitch spent Friday
night with Miss Ruth Williams of
Boyce Smith visited at Emmaus
Miss Mildred ^Lake of Emmaus
visited here Friday.
Mrs. Bernice Hooper and Mrs. 01-
lie Cameron of Overton visited the
Misses Pooles recently.
Prentice Dickey of West Texas and
Marion Obar of Black Jack visited
•Mrs. Phillip Evans and children
visited in the W. L. Searcy home of
There will be singing here Sunday
night, February 6
Funeral services were held for Roy
Lidge Hanson, age 19 months, Wed-
nesday afternoon in the Sardis com-
munity cemetery. He is survived by
hs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lidge
Hanson, two brothers and a sister.
A little girl was born in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Berry Friday
morning, January 28. Mother and
daughter are doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs H. E. Dear, of Rusk,
spent the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A L. George.
Miss Billie Edwards of Rusk spent
the weekend wiih Miss Mary Belle
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wallace and
daughter, Shirley Jo, visited with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wallace
of Mt. Hope during the weekend.
Mrs. Alice Jones, who has been vis-
iting in Carrollton, Texas with her
daughter, has returned to her home
Brother J. W. Rhodes of Woodville
kept his appointment at the Sardis
community Baptist church Sunday.
Delores Dear was on the sick list
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Blount of San
Antonio and Mrs. R. L. Bagley ana
Mrs. Fred Manning of Rusk spent
Monday with Mrs. Odel Hamilton and
Mr. and Mrs. Burnard Manness and
children, Mrs. Dr. Manness of Atoy,
Mrs. M. Scott and daughter,Eliza-
beth, Mr and Mrs. Joe Scott of Tyler
and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Griffin of
New Orleans, La., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S Satterwhite Sunday
Howard Simmons spent Saturday
in Mt. Zion.
Mrs. Velma Manness and children'
of Atoy spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bagley.
Tom Allen and family of Alto have
moved on the Berryman place from
which the A. B. Parish family moved.
Mrs. Nettie Hobson of Lufkin spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Virgie Lloyd.
Misses Janet Bruno, Miriam Thur-
man of Barslo and Lucille Dover of
Alto were guests of Elaine Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Armstrong,
Mr. and Ms. Sam Stanley, Mr. and
Mrs. Bennie Cornelious and Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Townley of Jacksonville
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Townley
cf Alto were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Townley Sunday.
Rev. Luther Tonnery and Mrs.
Minnie Quincy of Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Vining Tuesday.
Mrs. Hobson Townson and children
of Mt. Zion were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Rogers Monday.
Will Wallace, Elbert Smith and
daughter and Mrs. M. Smith were
visitors in Livingston Sunday.
The P. T. A. is sponsoring a so-
cial Friday night February 11 at the
Mrs. Odel Hamilton and children,
Clellan and Del and Mrs. F. M. Sim-
mons visited in the G. C. Lambert
home in Jacksonville
Iron Hill News
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hutchinson of
Palestine visited Mrs. J. R. Keahey
Joel Ward of Reklaw and Roberlj
Banks of Jacksonville visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Banks Saturday.
George Bounds visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Bounds during
Endurance makes star performers
on the track! Lasting edges make
Star Single-edge Blades star per-
formers on joor face! Made since
1880 by the inventors of
the original safety^
FOR GEM AND EVER-READY RAZOhS
mas. Mildred Hall gave an interest-
ing discussion on Roman myths while
Mrs. Spindle sat on the floor cooking
ment, Juanita. Raekie borrowing
gloves from girls to keep his hands
warm; Elaine's toes get cold when
candy. (The candy stayed soft, but' s'le on the bus. Myra was out
the taste and amount made up for waitinS for the bus this morning. The
lack of hardness). Afterwards all Holcomb S'ris came running down to
students added unusual thinsrs about j ^us one one. It was a very
the Romans and Jessie Fay read the | rouffh ride Lon*s. t0 Herman Beairds,
j John Henry looking or wondering or
thinking—which could it be? The
Magae boys didn't catch the bus.
Magic slates are the fashion of the
day. Cellophane covered, paraffin
backed, they don't even require a wet
rag for erasure nor a squeaky pencil
for writing. The senior class is dis-
tributing them for a price. They are
useful for all kinds of figuring and
temporary writing and proving very
Louise Jasserand was a visitor in
Dialville last week.
Bobbie Gardiner spent last week-
end in Rusk with relatives.
Virgina Martin has been reported
ill. All her school friends hope she
will be well soon.
Gerald Magee spent one night last
week with Buddie Thompson.
The Glee Club reported a good lime
in Palestine. (Not counting the flat)
Louise Jared, Don Jenkins, Naomi
Murdoch and Raymond Vermillion
were visitors in Athens Sunday.
June Odom, Wade Hampton, Doro-
thy Long, Ruby Ethel Massey, Edna
Mae Hampton and Drew Tidwpll
spent Sunday afternoon in Jackson-
Ruby Ethel Massey was a visitor
in Alto Sunday night.
The team and Mrs. Spindle went to
the picture ahow Monday afternoon.
Loraine and Juanita Currie spent
Friday night with Virginia Hanna.
Mary Bagley of T. S. C. U. spent
lilt offer food In U.S.L only
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1938, newspaper, February 4, 1938; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325671/m1/4/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.