The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1937 Page: 5 of 6
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN, RUS K, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXA FRIDAY. APRIL 9. 1937.
Conditioned Air Refrig-
j eration Guards Perish-
> abl Foods at Joplin's
Not so very long ago a group
t of famous scientists, working in
/ the "House of Magic", the Gene-
ral Electric Research Laborator-
ies, made an all important dis-
covery about the food we buy
and eat. Working hand in hand
with food authorities, they found
that if cold air is moisture-con-
ditioned, circulated and washed,
it will do an indefinitely better
job of preserving and protecting
the perishable foods you see in
the stores and markets.
Today you will find the results
of their labor installed in the
J. L. Joplin Grocery and market
right here in Rusk. It is General
Electric Conditioned Air Refrig-
This discovery assures the buy-
er meats will always be fresh,
full-flavored, tender and whole-
xour bank account is insured...
why not insure your
THE TWO PROBLEMS are
different. In your bank
account you want safety
and liquidity—and the
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation assures both.
But for your long-term
savings, put away to earn
which have been credited.
So in insured thrift insti-
tutions like ours, another
Government agency pro-
tects you. The safety of
your account with us is
some. She has only to glance at
the cuts of meats preserved in a
conditioned air display case to see
evidence of that. Red meats are
.'ed never darkening as is custo-
mary with the old type of refrig-
eration where moisture is re-
moved. Pink meats have that
full color v/hich tells immediate
ly that they are fresh and perfect-
Properly preserved meats not
only lend color and added jest
to the many meals a housewife
must plan monthly, but, far more
important, nutritious goodness.
Meats that are kept in G-E condi-
tioned-air refrigerators and dis-
play cases not only look good but
Mrs. Housewife can always be
sure that they are pure and
wholesome and health-giving.
This is the story of G-E Con-
ditioned Air Refrigeration, the
most modern refrigeration yet
devised by man, sold in Rusk by
Francis-Hughes Auto Sales.
News from the Rusk State
Hospital as recorded by our
| special staff correspondent.
Miss Willie Mae Fate is visiting
! her sister in Waco.
Miss Myna Mae Edministon is
spending a few days in Houston.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Smith
were called away on account of
the illness of their daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ocic Weather!"
and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Wallace
spent the week-end in Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Garner Roberts
war- sirrht seeing in New London
fully insured v.r ■ c
s'.; Jack Arnett visited rc'a-
in Austin the past week.
•• ard Mrs. Bill Willi?-n:v.n
t Severn I davs in Har'inwv.
by the Federal Savings &.
ligher income, yy•;wpjg Y<1 Loaning-** jixjt •
j want assur- >1 poration,v .^sning-
' afif ■ i
ance of maximum
ton, D. C.
pafety, not only ol s ," * - .«• ■* • Vv o will be glad
principal invested to V—1
£->ut of divider;
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF RUSK
,5% PER ANNUM
7.2 % 11 YEARS
r Collins visited Mrs. Col-
lin's sister in Terrell Friday.
u; !-:reny r-. >de. Mrs. Verne Wo-
Riac'.c and Ty.vi■■ Duke spent Hest-
er i.. d. • ir: Henderson instead
of Mrs. Vt rr.n McVicker.
The ones en the sick list this
wscli 'Ovq Juno Ayers, Muvo
! Stnrky. Osie Weatherly, and Mary
We were very sorry to hear of
the-death of Mr. Julian Oram's
Msssers Buck Little and Ellis
Parrish visited relatives in Wood-
en Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Herman Via spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Red
V/ew of New London.
Miss Winona Waggoner was in
Tyler Sunday afternoon.
FASTRILL, April 6.—Mrs. Mar-
ry Jones and her litile grand-
daughter, Patsy Plumb, of Hous-
ton, visited her sister, Mrs. C. W.
Evans, a few days, returning Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. S. Burch left Sat-
urday for a month's visit in Cali-
fornia with their son who is in
the U. S. Marines, before he sails
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powers and
children of Wildhurst, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John White Sat-
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and F. Goetzmann were
business visitors in Palestine one
day last v/eek.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sheffield,
Mrs. E. J. Harper and Miss Tiny
Reed attended church in Alto.
Lewis Smith, an old time friend
of Fastrill, died Thursday at the
home of his parents near Augusta
and was laid to rest at Black Jack
! cemetery. Many friends of his
I attended the funeral.
Mr. Will Harper of Jacksonville
| is here for a visit with his son, E.
! J. Harper and wife.
| The Fastrill Loggers, baseball
| team, began their summer train-
ing here Sunday. They reported
a nice workout. All were present
in baseball suits.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Powers and
mother. Mrs. Bowman, are spend-
ing a few days with their sen and
brother, Clyde Bowman and fam-
ily in Pine Bluff, Ark
Mrs. Dossett of Pollock is here
at the bedside of her father, Mr.
Parker, who is very seriously ill.
Mr. Parker is 83 years of as e. J
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. j
Lee White is ranidly recovering i
from a ease of phnermonia.
E .S. Marshall ir-: dc a trip to I
- T 1 1 C "I
Dr. Shadon of Ilallsville, was
here vaeanating ;,:l the dogs in
;'uv little town tl weak.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Thompson
spent the week-end in Dallas on j
;= pleasure trip.
C. A. Kimball of Kountze, H. E. j
Kimball of Silsboe. spent a few;
days here as the guests of their >
brother. J. C. Kimball.
J. H. Fowler, who is working!
hero, spent the week-end with his j
family in Bon Wicr Texas.
MIKE O'BYRNE AMATEUR
CONTEST TO BE HELD FRIDAY
Band Boosters Club Is
Arrangements have been com-
pleted by the Band Boosters club
of this city to hold their Mike
O'Byrne amateur contest here at
the high school auditorium Fri-
day night. Contest was postponed
from its orginal date because of
the illness of O'Bryne.
Band Boosters, energetic or-
ganization of the town, who have
ordered and received their long-
awaited "red pants" for use by
the local high school band, are
sponsoring this contest, which will
be county-wide in scope. Ama-
teurs are expected from all over
Cherokee county to participate in
A large delegation from May-
delle is expected to be on hand
to see and hear their native son,
O'Byrne, perform. O'Byrne has
appeared on Major Bowes' fam-
ous amateur hour, and has toured
the United States with unit eight,
acting as vocal soloist and master
of ceremonies. He will bring with
him little Miss Helen Ruth Pow-
ers, ten-year-old singing sensa-
tion, who has appeared for the
It is believed by those in charge
that this will be one of the out-
standing entertainment features
| held in Rusk for some time. Of-
ficals of the Boosters club are re-
questing that the public co-oper-
ate in every way with the presen-
HUtllU. i. A.
FOR HAIR AND SCALP
DHhrmt from Ordlaary Hair Twriu
IT'S A SCALP MtDICINil
60c t $1. FEEL IT WORK! At All Druggltft
Writ! Ur FREE BMkUt "Tin Trutk A tost
Tbi Hair." Natluul C*.. Mm Yart
MAY HAVE WORMS
Watch for upset little stomachs, bad breach,
fretfulness, loss of weight, itching around
nose ?nd arms. They may have pin or round
worms. Whites Cream Vermifuge has safely
and for years, reliably expelled the worms
and toned the delicate tract. Whites Cream.
Vermifuge recommended by druggists.
WIN IN GOLF MEET SUNDAY
Train for a
anT'jJoD?5hrtwoDnr'fr™T.S°„d' Corey Willioms Mokes
S? ^^"S^SSM-Boytor Honor Roll
held at the local golf links Sunday ;
afternoon. Some twenty-five
members participated in the tour-
Following are the various
First flight, W. K. Deckard.
Runner-up. A1 Lowe.
Second flight, Ike Phillips and
Dan Tuckcr tied.
Third flight, Leo Tosh. Run-
ner-up, Kent Deckard.
Most Birdies: Ike Phillies.
Most Pars: W. K. Deckard.
Most fives: C. W. Sanders.
Most Sixes: Kent Dock ard.
High score on blind hole. Ike •
Phillipps. c. E. Derrick and Boots Black
■ were viritors in Mi Enterprise
WACO, April 5 (Sol.).—Carey
Williams. Baylor university soph-
omore from Rusk, has been nam-
ed on the dean's lint for the win-
t.er quarter just completed, Dr.
E. N. Jones, dean, announces.
To attain this distinctive honor
a student must make an average
of A or better in three major
courses. Sixty-nine students of
the school's enrollment of 1,700
made the required grades, and
each, received a personal letter of
ccr.O" le>i-.-n from Dr. Jones.
SEE GROCERY SPECIALS.
BE EVER PREPARED
Many successful business ex-
ecutives began their climb with
secretarial training here. Obtain-
ed preferred jobs, immediately.
Returning later for advanced
work. Course—frequently in bus-
iness administration or accountacy
Their way to success can be,
You have put it off long
Shamburger gets you ready
in 7 to 10 weeks time for a good
salary. Come today or phone
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5101 Columbia Ave.
Mrs. P. T. Butler and Mrs. J.
F. Johnson have returned from
Austin where they have been vis-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton and
. family visited his father, W. T.
Hamilton, in Linden Sunday.
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CORN 3 No. 2 Cans
PEPPER 3 oz. Can 7c
TOILET SOAP 6 Bars 25c
Peanut Butter32 oz. j<h24c
Brookfield—Micky Mouse Glass
Salad Dressing Half Pint 13c
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Gentlemen: Jacksonville, Texas.
For some time now I have been using the Electrolux Gas Re-
frigerator, and the service it has given me is something I didn't
think possible. It's absolutely silent and dependable. . . .
Though I think a great deal of my Electrolux, I feel that my
Modern Gas Range and Automatic Gas Water Heater have
been just as good investments. All three of them are surpris-
ingly cheap to operate, as you can see from these summer bills:
July, $2.44; August, $2.62; September, $2.26.
At. Yours very truly, (Signed) J. M, P. MORROW, ^
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Miller, Elton L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, April 9, 1937, newspaper, April 9, 1937; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341694/m1/5/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.