The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1947 Page: 2 of 6
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1947
Established Juy 5, 1848
Published every Thursday
Entered as second class matter at
^ostoffice at Rusk, Texas, under
tke Act of March 3, 1879.
lb Cherokee county, 1 year $1.50
Oatside Cherokee ,county .... $2.00
FRANK L. MAIN
Editor and Owner
W. R. LATSON, Associate Editor
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Thomas Fitts, Sunday School
10:00 a. m. Bible School.
6:45 p. m. Christian Endeavor
first baptist church
Lee C. Perry, Pastor
«Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Training Union 6:15 p. m.
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.
Monday W.M.S. 3:00 p. m.
Wednesday — Prayer Meeting
V:15 p. m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
"Where Chi:at and Christians
Meet"—(Matt. 18:20—Acts 20:7.)
Bible Study 10:00 a. m.
Preaching and Worship 11:00
Bible Study and preaching 7:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 8":00 p.
Ladies' class, Thursday, 3:00 p.
A. C. Chandler, Evangelist
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
"Where Jesus is Real"
J. B. Laughlin, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Morning Devotional 11:00 a. m.
•-* Young Peoples Service 6:15 p.
Wed- Prayer Meeting 7:00 p. m.
Evening Service 7:00 p. m.
9:55 a. m. Church School, Bill
~Vn00 a, m. New Year's Service.
Sermon by the pastor.
<5:00 p. m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 p. m. Evening Worship.
7:00 p. m. Wednesday, Church
Fellowship Night. Our School of
Missions will begin on that even-
ing, continuing four Wednesday
Get Happy—Use the Gay Laun-
Conservationists of the Chero-
kee County Soil Conservation Dis-
trict assisted Glen Dominy of the
Alto Conservation Group in mark-
ing a 40 acre tract of timber. The
timber marked was hardwood
which is to be removed to improve
the growth and stand of pine.
The two year old pine planta-
tion of J. E. Cates, cooperator of
the Alto Conservation Group, has
made a good growth this year.
The slash pine have an average
height of 4 feet.
Marion Florence, cooperator of
the Henrys Chapel Conservation
Group, is very proud of his eleven
acre plantation of Slash, Loblolly,
and Short Leaf pine. Mr. Florence
has about an 80 per cent live on
them. These pines have made a
good growth and have utilized an
eleven acre tract of deep sand that
is not suitable for pasture or crop-
Arthur Loone^r, cooperator ol
the Mixon Conservation Group,
has a 3-acre plantation of Slash
and Loblolly pine which have
made considerable growth this
Fire protection Is necessary in
protecting farm woodland. Fire
destroys or injures pines of all
ages, burns off the soils covering
of plants and leaves, increases the
Bruce Arnold and Miss Barbara
E. E. Strickland and Miss Mary
J. C. Campbell, Jr., and Miss
Patty Jean Johnson.
Alfred J. Patterson and Miss
Alvin B. Harris and Miss Elva
Ray Smith and Miss Wanda
A. F. Scurlock and Miss Reba
W. A. Bagley and Miss Mabel
J. D. Clinnard and Mrs. Marie
A. C. Jenkins and Miss Rachel
Davis Geoi'ge and Miss Verna
James Martin Grammer and
and Miss Orell Evans.
'Lowell A. Jayroe and Miss
' Frances Acker.
C. L. Eilers and Miss Inez
Oran Wade and Miss Velora
Laddie D. Landers and Miss
Thelma Lee Evans
Troy W. Pyle and Miss Zu'.a
Florine Walker. t
! Odis Paul Meador and Miss
Ruby Ruth Nail.
Carl W. Driver and Miss Mary
George D. Mclver and Mrs. Li*
1 cille Burns.
James Clarence Willingham and
; Miss Jeannie Y. Marie.
Mrs. Ella Hugghins served a
Christmas dinner to Mr. and Mrs.
A^vin Burchfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Ciarvel Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Gardiner, Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Hnugghins, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Eberhardt of Houston, and
Merle, Mary Ellen and Trum Hug-
ghins All of the thirteen grand-
children also enjoyed the dinner.
A birthday party for Frank
Hassell on the occasion of his
85th birthday was celebrated
Christmas eve. He received many
lovely gifts. Cake and coffee were
served Mrs. Roy Hassell and chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hassell
and children, Mrs. Forrest Haseil
and Jerry, Mrs. Crawford, Mr. and
Mrs. Son Hassell and Tanna,
Wesley Hassell and Dorothy, Bet-
ty Sue and IHerbert, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hassell and son of Jones
Chapel and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Moseley and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobie Smith of
Palestine visited in the H. F. Hol-
comb home Christmas Day.
Mrs. Mart Hassell had as
Christmas dinner guests Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Moseley and children,
Mr. and Mis. Roy Hassell and
children, Fred Hassell, and Mrs.
Nora Holcomb and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Landrurn
had, as guests for Christmas din-
ner Mr. and Mrs. John Benton of
Kilgore, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Has-
sell of Rusk and Mrs. Nellie
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hassell gave
a Christmas dinner and guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. Son
Has&ell and daughter Tanna, Mrs.
Adam Sullivan and daughters
Billy Lou, Ileen and Katherine of
Nacogdoches, Mrs. Mart Hassell
and Emma Jane, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Moseley and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Hassell and children
of Rusk, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Burchfield and childreg.
Kathleen Sullivan of Nacogdo-
ches has been a guest in the Roy
Hassell home during the Christ-
Helen Holcomb has been visit-
ing in Dallas.
Miss Mamie Holcomb entertain-
ed with a 42 party Friday night
and those present were Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Holcomb, Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Holcomb, Lou Armstrong,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hassell, Helen
and Mary Jane Holcomb, Nickey,
Theodore and James Polk Rich-
Mrs. Son IHassell had Mrs. Ad-
am Sullivan of Nacogdoches and
Mrs. Roy Hassell as luncheon
Mule Barn News
I know you don't need a mule
today, but when the sun comes
out you will want to plow. Sure, i
I have a barn full of good mules; ;
nobody wants one now, but it
won't be long now. I can fill your |
orders for mules plus corn to feed '
them; also harness for each mule,!
Some plow tools and wagons.
Hay sells itself this kind of
weather. i have some good blood-
ed, pigs ready to wean; two power
wood saws practically new.
Sorry you did not get to see
my little sister from Arkansas:',
She is still cute.
See you Sat'd'y.
L. N. BOLLS
T. W. FISHER
Electric & Sheetmetal Work
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS
Hiway 69—Rusk, Tex.—Tel 243W
IHf NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Of MASTER PLUMBERS
Or THt IMTCD STATES INC.
Dr. W. Wallace Micks
eye, ear, nose, & throat
Citizens State Bank Building
Eyes examined and glasses fitted
with the most modern equiprr.snt
DR. BURR LACEY
Special Attention £iven to
Rectal Disease—Vericose Veins-
Hernia, and X-Ray
R. L. Frye
■ . i
The Bailes Brothers and Entire Group
This Famous group of entertainers who have had more than a decade
of Radio and Stage experience have been heard over many Radio
Stations throughout the Country, the most recent being WSM Grand
Ole Opry of which they were featured Stars for more than two years,
also have been on NBC Nation Wide Hookup and have made world
wide short wave Broadcasts.
The Bailes Brothers have written more than two hundred Hymns^ ]
and Love Ballads, some of them such hits as: Dust on the Bible, I've
Got My One Way Ticket to the Sky, Roman's Ten and Nine, I Want
to be Loved but Only by You, The Drunkard's Grave, and There's
Tears in My Eyes all the Time. They are also Feature Stars of^j
Columbia Recording Co.
Born in the hills of West Virginia where they learned t'o play and
sing at the Old Fashion Church Services of the Mountain Folks,
They have won their way into the hearts of millions by writing and
singing these Hymns, Gospel Songs and Love Ballads of the HUl |
Besides the Bailes Brothers, Johnnie and Walter, this act contains, j
such well known Stars as: Brother Homer, Shot Jackson, Charlie i
Cope and Abner Abbernackey, comedian.
§ They will appear in Person at
RUSK HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Thursday, January 9th at 7:30 P. M.
ADMISSION 60c and 30c
water runoff and helps speed up
soil erosion. All these keep the
timber from making its best
growth. A good prevention
against fire in woods is to build
a fire break: disk plow a ten foot
strip around the plot of timber to
t ..z —
A regulation of the Treasury
Department provides that only
likenesses of deceased persons
shall appear on United States cur-
I Wiring -- Repairs — Lamps — Neon Signs §
1 LIGHTING FIXTURES
| Commercial Fluorescent Residential §
608 N. Main St., Rusk, Phone 207J I
East Texas Real Estate Service
FIRST FLOOR ETDSON BUILDING—OFFICE PHONE 154
Res. Phone 17 Res. Phone 242-W Res. Phone 282
ALBERT S. MOORE A. L. MEREDITH j. ALEX BLACK
Oil Leases, Timber, Iron Ore; IJouses, Lots, Farms and Ranches
IIURAL HOMES j RANCH HOMES
57 ACRES, '32 cultivation, bal-' 400 acres fenced, 50 cultivation,
ftnce mixed timber and pasture, balance pasture and timber. 5-
ereek and Well water. 5-room room house framed, fair condi-
frame, barn and other farm tion, barn and other farm build-
tmiidings, lights available. Good ing. Reasonable down payment
home orchard. $2850. balance easy terms. 56500.
TWO ACRES, paved highway, 2J4 ! 291 ACRES, fenced and cross
Miles town. 4-room frame; pout- i fenced, two 5-room frame bui'id-
try house, and all the trimmings. ! ings, lights, mail and bus service,
$1250. ] barn 40 x 60 and other farm build-
TWO ACRES, one acre hog pas- j ings. $4950.
ture. 6-room house, lights, water 314 ACRES, 7-room frame house,
COUNTY SERVICE OFFICER
Tom Helm, Contact Represen-
tative, Veterans Administration,
with offices in the Post Office at
Palestine, will be in Rusk in the
office of the county service of-
ficer, courthouse, Thursday after-
noon, January 2nd, 16th and 30th
for the purpose of assisting veter-
ans and their dependents with
I am PRACJHERS for your Hair,
.. GRAY, dry FALLING hair, _
..ITCHY scalp and DANDRUFF .
Use me—Be convinced
MOSELEY DRUG STORE
and gas, new paper and paint.
TWO ACRES, Dialvlile. 3-room
house, lights and plenty well wa-
ter, garden and some fruit t'
fair condition, bam, poultry house
and garage, lights. $3750.
775 ACRES, 350 cultivation, fenc-
ed 3 and 4 wire. 5-room house in
fair condition, five rent houses
fair condition. Barn 32x40 and
other farm buildings. Price $22.
five room 'brick, 'naruwoou floors,
lots of c'^aet space, built in fix- LAND
tares, large lot and well located. 40 acres, 25 cultivation, $1000.
1*500. 30 acres, 7 cultivation, /2 minerals
WELL LOCATED, 5 room# and $675. <
Itoth, hardwood floors, tile bath 76 acres, 31 cultivation, $3000.
built in fixtures, garage attach
*4, well located and priced to sell..
100 acres, V6 royalty
^LAjRGE LOT, paved highway, 7 45 acres, some good creek bottom,
noma and 2 baths, built-in fix- j y2 minerals reserved. $1500.
tures, new paper and paint, dou- 412 acres> timber and pasture,
Me garage. Will sell right. j 300t000 ft pine( 400,000 hardwood.
ONE BLOCK OFF SQUARE, 8 $30. per acre.
rooms, two baths, fair condition.
Both apartments well rented. A HOUSE io M<>\ K
good buy for investment. If inter-1 4-room frame, new wired. If in-
geo us. terested, see us.
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Yovr EWtlrK $«*«*"
at the disposal of those who ap-
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1947, newspaper, January 2, 1947; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326136/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.