The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 194«
Cow Ponies Gain
State Fair Slot
The Texas cow pony will join in
the parade of champions at the State
Fair of Texas in Dallas for the first
time this year, according to Ben E.
Cambell, chairman of the Agricul-
tural and Livestock Committee^ A
division has been set up for a Quar-
ter Horse Show in connection with
the livestock department he said.
The Quarter IHorse, small, chun-
ky, heavily muscled but fast cow-
pony of the ranges, has been such an
integral part of the development of
the Southwest livestock industry
that State Fair officials deem it
should join in the parade of cham-
pions in the Texas exposition.
Quarter Horses will be judged
in the showing on October 16 and
special ribbons will be awarded with
the official sanction of the American
Quarter Horse Asociation. A total
of 200 entries are expected.
Raymond D. Hollingworth cf Araa-
rillo, newly appointed executive sec-
retary of the American Quarter
Horse Association, has been invited
to act as superintendent of the di-
vision and Robert E. Hooper, Jr., of
Piainview anu Percy W. Turner, of
Water Valley, have been asked to
judge the entries.
CARE OF TEETH
The fact that dental decay is like-
ly to occur in the mouth of the aver-
age person, despite proper home care
given the teeth, does not lessen the
importance of brushing the teeth
and massaging the gums daily, nor
does it minimize the need for a
cleaning and inspection of the teeth
twice a year by the family dentist.
Br. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Offi-
cer, says that the lack of these
measures gives added power to
germs that attack the enamel of the
teeth and gu\n tissues.
"If, despite the proper application
of such procedures, decay is sus-
pected or teeth are injured in any
way, the thoughtful person will
se*ek the dentist's office promptly
for the necessary corrective ^work,'
Dr. Cox said.
"It is surprising, though, even in
these days of .comparatively pain-
less dentistry, that so many persons
neglect to make good their dental
defects, inevitable or otherwise, be-
cause they foolishly fear the discom-
fort they might experience in the
dentist's chair," said the State
Health Officer. "Inhere are others
who having lost a tooth or several
teeth make no effort to obtain re-
placements. Apparently they believe
they can get along without them.
Holstein Show To
Be In State Fair
The State Fair of Texas has
been picked for the annual South-
west regional show by the Holsteiri-
Friesian Association of America, ac-
cording to C. M- Evans, superinten-
dent of the Holstein division this
year. The State Fair exhibit will be
held October 5-20, with judging on
Cash prizes offered at the State
Fair in the Holstein classes totaj
$3350, Mr. Evans said. He stated
that part of this was to be awarded
to winners in the junior division.
Bob*s Radiator Shop
On The Alto Circle
We are equipped to clean and repair
your radiators. Your business will be
Bob [L. C.] Roberts
Reduce masticating power, the an-
noyance and sometimes actual dis-
comfort of chewing hard substances
on the exposed gums, and crooked
teeth are some of the possible con-
sequences of gaps in the teeth."
Dr. Cox advised those who are in-
terested in experiencing the best
dental and bodily health possible, to
give daily attention to their mouth
and visit the dentist twice each year,
and promptly seek the dentist's ser-
vices should decay or other suspi-
cious conditions arise between thg
"In short," Dr. Cox declared, "suc-
cessful mouth h^gieme means not
only intelligent personal daily appli-
cation of prophylaxis but complete
and timely cooperation with the
family dentist as well."
Massachusetts was the first state
to receive an Indian name. It wo,
named after a bay and means "mar
the great hills."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE
ESTATE OF KELSEY FORD, DE-
Notice is hereby given that origi-
nal letters of administration upon
the estate of Mrs. Kelsey Ford, de-
ceased, were granted to me, the un-
dersigned, on the 22nd day of July,
In addition to adult competition,
there also will be junior and bantam
1946, by the County Court of Chero-
entries at the show.
kee County. All persons having
claims against said estate are here-
by required to present the same to
me within the time prescribed by
law. My residence and post office
address are 856 West Second Street,
Corsicana, County of Navarro, State
Mrs. Nina Juengerman, Adminis-
tratrix of Estate of Mrs. Kelsey
Ford, Deceased. 4-9-5
Suit for divorce on allegation con-
taining in Plaintiff's Original Pe-
tition on. file.
Plaintiff prays for care and cus-
tody of three minor children named
in said petition, and for judgment
setting aside certain real estate de-
scribed in petition on file for proper
housing and support of the named
minors, said property being dsecribed
in vol. 245 on page 111 of the deed
J records of Cherokee County, Texas
uhieh includes a small dwelling built
by plaintiff thereon.
Issued this the 13 day of August,
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court, at office in Rusk, Texas
this the 13 day of August A^D., 1946.
Alex Black, Clerk District Court,
Cherokee County, Texas,
By Corne Maddux, Deputy. 4-9-5
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To: Leanr.a Patton, Greeting:
You are commanded to appear and
answer the plaintiff's petition at or
before 10 o'clock A. M. of the first
Monday after the expiration of 42
days from the date of issuance of
this citation, the same being Monday,
the 30 day of September, A. D., 1946, !
at or before 10 o'clock A. M., before j
the Honorable District Court of!
Cherokee County at the courthouse in
Said plaintiff's petition was filed
on the 13 day of August, 1946.
The file number of said suit being !
The names of the parties in said
R. P. Patton as Plaintiff, and Le-
anna Patton as Defendant.
The nature of said suit being sub-
•tantially as follows, to wit:
Office East of old Jail Bide.—RUSK
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1946, newspaper, September 5, 1946; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326119/m1/3/: accessed July 14, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.