The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1950 Page: 4 of 14
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TIE R(J« C1EMUEAN, IVUL TtXAl
OCTOBER 26, 1950
Artificial Breeding Is Available Here
For the first time in history,
an unlimited number of local
farmers and dairymen have the
opportunity to use a State Fair
of Texas Grand Champion Guern-
sey bull, according to 0. B. Sar-
tain, technician for the Cherokee i
County Artificial Breeding As-
The sire, Woodacres Royal Phil-
osopher, was awarded the coveted
prize last week by Dean Kildee
of the University of Iowa from a
wide field of entries by Guernsey
breeders throughout Texas and
Woodacres Royal Philosopher
has been at the North Texas
Artificial Breeding Farm since it
began operation and now has an
estimated 1,500 daughters on the
ground. The first three of these
to complete official test showed a
daughter-dam increase of 75 j
He was purchased from Wood-
acres Farm, Princeton, N. J. His
sire, Douglaston Prince Royal, is
one of the outstanding bulls of
the Guernsey breed.
Among the members of the
Cherokee County Artificial Breed-
ing Association who have already
had the use of this great sire are:
R. R. Todd, Guy Tullis, Fred Sar-
tain, Arden Thrash, an4 Mrs. J.
J. James all of Alto; D. E. Hughes,
J. F. Ramey, W. T. Goolsbee, H. L.
King, and Richards Dairy Farm
of Rusk; Earl Morton of Jackson-
ville; C. L. Jarrett of Gallatin; J.
H. Woodell of Dialville; J .S. Ben-
nett and Kenneth Irwin of Ponta;
and Zack Taylor of New Summer-
This Grand Champion is but one
of the sixteen famous sires of
the Jersey, Holstein and Guernsey
breeds now available to the Chero-
kee County stockmen through the
and Zack Taylor of New Summer-
John Garner Love
Joins U. S, Navy,
John Garner Love, season re-
cruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Love of 215 West Palestine
St., Rusk, Texas, who received his
first military instruction at the
Naval Training Center, San Diego,
Calif., under the Navy's recruit
At San Diego, the training is
designed to benefit the recruit
through personal experience and
by academic lectures in such
diversified subjects as signaling,
navigation, gunnery, basic ordn-
ance, Navy customs and terms,
Having completed recruit train-
ing successfully, he is ready for
assignment to a Fleet unit on
active duty, or enrollment as a
student at one of the Navy's
specialized service schools for
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gamer and
children, Alice and Richard of
Nacogdoches, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
McMinn of Port Neches, and Mr.
and Mrs. Hollis McMinn and
children of Beaumont were guests
of Mrs. H. O. McMinn Sunday.
Let Us Overhaul Y our Car
On Our Budget Plan
New Tires Are Also Available
On The Budget Flan
j. C. WILLIAMS
We Give S & H Green Stamps
9 GREAT STARS'.
15 SWELL SONGS!
THEY'RE IN IT, TOO...
JEANNE OAN VICTOR
CRAIN. DAILEV • MATURE
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Tuesday October 31, 1 1 P. M.
(No Advance In Prices)
It's No Trick . . .
... But It's A
The Entertainment That We Have Lined
Up For Our Big
Tuesday Nite October 31, 1 1 : P. M.
Lock your doors! Pull down the shades!
Wind up the cat! Put out the Clock! Leave
the dishes in the sink, and make a bee-line
to the Cherokee Theatre for the biggest,
bestest, thrillingest HALLOWEEN MID-
NITE SHOW you ever attended.
-Here's Our Hallowe'en Treat-
Nov. 4 Through 12
Is Designated As
November 4 thru 12 has been
set aside as National 4H Achieve-
ment Week. This achievement
week will be observed in different
ways in all parts of the nation
where ever members of the two
million member 4H organization
Throughout the year, 4H boys
and girls have been going about
their task of accomplishing some
definite goal or goals in their 4H
program in addition to their reg-
ular program of school work and
farm and house hold tasks.
It is very fitting that the na-
tion should take time once each
year to examine the record of
these farm boys and girls and to
give credit where credit is due.
4H Achievement Week serves
as an excellent time for each 4H
member to check upon him or her
self to determine what he or she
has accomplishd and how im-
provement can be made in the fu-
It is also a very fitting time for
the club members to pay tribute
to Adult Leaders and other in-
terested adults in the various
committies who have given valu-
able assistance in the furtherance !
of the 4H program. These adults
are the very back bone of a good
The center of the observance of
4H achievement week within the
county will be the 4H Achieve-
ment Day Program, according to |
O. B. Clifton, Ass't. County Agent.
This program will be held at the :
courthouse in Rusk at 1:30 P. M. j
Saturday, November 4. More de-'
tails on this event will be released
in the near future.
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To all persons interested in the
Account for Final Settlement of
the Estate of Levi Dixon Deceased,
No. 3119, Shafter Dixon Admin-
istrator thereof, has filed in the
County Court of Cherokee County,
' Texas, on the 25th day of October
A. D. 1950, his Final Account of
the condition of the Estate of said
Levi Dixon together with an Ap-
plication to be discharged from
said Administration which will be
heard the 13th day of November
A. D. 1950 at the Courthouse of
said County, in the City of Rusk,
Texas, at which time and place all
parties interested in the Account
for Final Settlement of said Estate
are hereby notified to appear and
contest said Account and Applica-
tion of the said Shafter Dixon if
they see proper to do so.
Witness, Harold Miller, Clerk of
the County Court of Cherokee
County, Texas, and the seal of said
Court attached, this the 25th day
October A. D. 1950.
Harold Miller Clerk County
Court, Cherokee County,
By May Gibson, Deputy.
Tom Connally To
Be Honored At
Senator Tom Connally will be
honor guest at an appreciation
dinner Nov. 8 at the American
Legion Hall in Tyler.
The public is invited to the din-
ner, which is planned in recog-
nition of the veteran Senator's
long service to Texas and the
Willis Jarrel, commander of the
Tyler Legion post, said the func-
tion will be sponsored by the
State American Legion organiza-
tion in collaboration with the
State Legion Commander Bill
Elkins and State Adjutant Ward
Moody will be among the guests.
The program will be broadcast
over a statewide radio network.
Warren Moore is chairman of
the committee for arrangements.
See the Cherokeean for high
class job work of all kinds.
Shop at home.
Did you know that for only a
few cents a month The Wallace
Burial Association can provide
Insurance for an entire family.
Ages from One month to ninety
years included. Investigate this
low cost protection at Wallace
Hardware, phone 123.
No cars will be admitted to the
grounds for the Rusk-Jacksonville
football game Friday night, ac-
cording to Superintendent of Rusk
School G. B. Chapman.
All seats have been sold, and
standing room only is available,
explained Mr. Chapman.
COUNTY ROADS MARKED
LIKE CITY STREETS
FREDERICKSBURG — Rural
roads in this county are being
marked by sign posts, and farm-
ers and ranchers are being sup-
plied individual identification
signs for their front gates. The
Chamber of Commerce hopes til?
county roads will be as well-
marked as city streets.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller spent
the week end in Houston and
attended the Rice & S. M. U.
Football Game. Mr. Miller will
leave for South America, Sun-
Kent Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Miller, who has been ill for
several days is improving.
Mrs. D. T. Howard, Mrs. W. T.
Norman and 'Miss Beaulah Allen
were Tyler visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chapman
and Dr. G. C. Lovelace spent the
weekend in Houston with Dr. and
Mrs. J. J. Nicosia. While there,
they attended the S. M. U. Rice
The Wallace Burial Insurance
provides protection within the
means of every person, it offers
a complete service for ages one
month to ninety years at no ad-
ditional expense, if the policy
holder so desires. Investigate this
low cost insurance plan at the
Wallace Hardware, Rusk, phone
BETTY SUE sy fOKD BARK!NGTON
Mrs. 'Wallace Feted
With A Shower
By Miss Dover
Mrs. James Kenneth Wallace,
the former Miss Jo Ann Elliott,
was honored with a miscellaneous
shower by Miss Joy Nell Dover
Monday night at the home of 'Mrs.
R. J. Ford.
In the receiving line were the
hostess, the honoree, mother of the
honoree, Mrs. Claude Elliott, Mrs.
Clifford Wallace, mother of the
groom, and Mrs. Billy Sharp, sis-
ter of the groom.
Miss Joy Fox registered the
guests in the bride's book as they
arrived. The house was beautiful-
ly decorated throughout with
floral arrangements of zinnias and
The linen covered dining table
held a centerpiece of hydrangeas
with white tapers burning in
crystal candlelabra. Miss Robert
Leake presided at the punch bowl
with Miss Gerry Webb assisting
in the dining room. Pineapple
sherbet punch, mints, toasted pe-
cans, assorted cookies, and open-
faced sandwiches were served the
guests between the hours of 6
p. m. and 9 p .m.
The gifts were on display in the
bedroom and living room.
Negro 4-H Club
Girls Present Flag
To Judge Summers
Three Negro 4H club girls of I
Cherokee County presented a
United Nations Flag to County
Judge Summers and the Com-
missions Court, Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 21, 1950, at 10 A. M. In
accepting the Flag Judge Sum- (
mors made many interesting re- i
marks on the meaning of the Unit-1
ed Nations Program.
The girls are Margie Nell John-
son, Jearline Jones and Shielie !
Jean Dennis. Rubye J. Watson is J
the Negro County Home Demon-
PRAISES COUNTY AGENT
has been achieved by Oscar Shaf- j
fer as a farmer near here. He has ,
harvested 125 bales of cotton from
130 acres this year while most of
his neighbors suffered a near-
crop-failure. Shaffer says all of
the credit for his success is due
to following the advice of his
county agent and the Extension j
Service. He advises other farmers j
to take advantage of the help j
available to them and put into
practice the good advice which
can be had for the asking.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kuester of
Dallas spent the week end with
Mrs. Kucster's aunt, Mrs. Nina D.
Use lots of dairy
foods, each day — ■
For menus sure to please. . .
And it is, the
low-cost way — ■
To cookery, with ease!
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 26, 1950, newspaper, October 26, 1950; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326230/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.