The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 101, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1949 Page: 10 of 10
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1949
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Mrs. 7rank L. Maia
Mrs. Frank Coupland
Dr. and Mrs. Burr Lacey were
Nacogdoches visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Raymond Bixler and little
daughter, Lynn of Port Arthur
visited her father, J. H. Trible and
Mrs. Trible this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ilassell
spent the weekend in Naples with
Durwood Price of Baylor Uni
versity, Waco, spent the weekend
in Rusk with homefolks.
M. E. McCord and J. L. Bagley
attended Presbytery in Houston
Miss Barbara Mclntyre of Fort
Worth visited in Rusk Sunday.
Mrs. G. A. McKee and Mrs. G.
W. Pendergrass of Jacksonville
visited in the D. C. McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace
visited Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Mead"
ows in Jacksonville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Main spent
the weekend in Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. Minton Burchfield
and son and Mrs. Myra Weaver of
Houston spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Corbin.
Mrs. Elmer Brows and Mrs.
Tom Spencer of Palestiae Ws-iied
Mrs. Miller Meazle Wednesday.
Miss Gwen Ragland, a student
nurse at Methodist hospital in
Dallas, was a weekend guest of
Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beail and
children of Houston visited rela-
tives here over the weekend.
Miss Mary Bess Guinn of Texas
State University, Austin, was a
weekend visitor in her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyers
and daughter, Beth, and Bobby-
Gregg of Austin spent the week-
end in the E. R. Gregg home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen of Kemp
visited his sister, Mrs. R. C. Tuck-
er and Mr. Tucker Sunday.
Mrs. Jimmy Lawrence and Gail
of Houston spent the weekend in
the A. S. Moore home.
Mrs. Paul Potts and daughter
were Tyler visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Vernon Hester, Mrs. John
Wightinan and Mrs. Dred Martiif
were Nacogdoches visitors Tues-
J. F. Vermillion, who is attend-
ing SMU, Dallas, spent the week-
end in Rusk with homefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Loftin and
children of Channelview were vis-
itors in the Rev. L. W. Nichols
home Friday night.
Guests in the Judge H. T. Brown
home over the weekend were Miss
Lavonne Langdon and Miss Mary
Simmons of Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beall of Wa-
co spent the weekend iri Rusk
with homefolks. Theye were ac-
companied home by Mrs. Beall's
mother, Mrs. E. V. Harris.
Rev. L. W. Nichols is conducting
a meeting at Gallatin this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Westbrook
and son of Shreveport, La. were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Moore
Tuesday night. Mrs. Westbrook
and Mrs. Moore are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Summers
and children of Houston spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs.
J. L. Summers.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vermil-
lion and two sons of Palestine
spent the weekend with home-
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald
of Mexia" were weekend visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Butler and
daughter of Houston spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs.
Louis Butler, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Coyle Singletary
ana son of Texarkana spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Singletary.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coupland
had as their guests this week,
Mrs. Francinc Clemons of Canton,
1st. Lieutenant David Monk and
family of Fort Lewis. Washington
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Den 3 met Thursday afternoon,
April 14. Members present were
Jimmy Perkins, Seguine Bolton,
Donald White, Donald Glover, J.
M. Haynes, and Bobby and Jimmy
Elliott. The meeting was called to
order by our Den Mother, Mrs.
Haynes. All members were urged
Mrs. Marge Sawyer of Tulsa, Ok-1 to build their Birdhouse project.
This Week Only
1 CENT SALE
Buy Now and Save the Difference
One At Regular Price
I for 1 Cent.
ny Special Items on Sale
MOSELEY DRUG STORE
Prescriptions — Jewelry — Gifts
Hanna Real Estate Agency
Associate: A. L. MEREDITH
In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office
OFFICE PHONE M4 RESIDENCE PHONE 258
New residence short distance outside city limit on highway
Combination living dining room, three bedrooms, hall, bath,
kitchen, attached garage, store room. 2 acres land. Trees, Holly,
d igwood, pine. Inquire for price.
For Rent—Residence, 6 rooms and bath. Good neighborhood.
Also Furnished Apartment, 4 rooms and bath.
6-room residence. Venetion blinds. Attic fan. Tile bath and tile
drainboard. Double sink. Hardwood floors. Store building.
More than 1 acre of land. $7500.
Milk plant. 4-year, lease. More than 1 acre of land.
Brick veneer residence. Large living room, 20x30, dining room,
kitchen, two bedrooms, bath. Glassed-in porch. Young orchard.
5 pecan trees. Strawberries. Spring. Chicken house. Butane
gas. Electricity. acres of land.
Residence, 5 rooms, hall and complete bath. One acre of land.
Electricity, Butane gas. Pump in well. $800 cash will buy this
place. G. I. loan with payments $39 a month including . taxes
Grocery store with living quarters on paved highway. Garage.
Furniture, fixtures and stock.
5-room residence. Living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bed-
rooms, hall and bath. Hardwood floors. Builtin features.
Garage. City utilities. $5800.
Residence close in. Living room, dining room, kitchen, 2 bed-
rooms, bath, 2 glassed in porches. Inquire for price.
Residence, practically new, well located. Near hospital on
paved highway just outside city limit. 5 rooms and screened
porch, with all conveniences. Inlaid linoleum in bath and
kitchen. Builtin garage. Lot 75x250x125. Let us show you this
place. The price is right.
About 70 acres all fenced. Residence, 5 rooms and glassed in
porch. Butane gas. Electricity. Pump in well. Attic fan. Dou-
ble floors. 5-room tenant house. Chicken house and brooder
o accmodate 400 chickens. Live water on land. On a road that
is to be hardsurfaced. All for only $6500.
Residence, 5 rooms and bath located on paved street. Barn,
poultry house and garage. Price $4500.
lahoina and Basil Lee Davis of
Mr. and Mrs. James Sessions of
Woodville, Miss, spent the week-
end with Mrs. Sessions' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Ellis had as
their guests this week, Mrs. Ellis'
brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garn-
er, of Casper, Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Jenkins o£
Austin spent the weekend in Rusk
Misses Lucille Hinson and Ed-
na Mae and Doris Holcomb were
Dallas visitors Monday.
Robert Banks wag a business
visitor in Austin Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Love have
as guests this week, their daugh-
ter-in-law, Mrs. W. B. Love and
two children of San Diego, Cali-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradberry
and son of Turnertwon visited in
the Frank Smith home Wednes-
Mrs. Roy Isgate and daughter,
Billie Ruth, attended the wed-
ing of Mrs. Isgate's nephew, Ru-
dolph Norris and Miss Katherine
McDonald in Tyler Friday night.
Miss Isgate was a bridesmaid.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Long and
children visited his mother and
brothers in Woodville Sunday.
Charlie Newton was called to
Galveston this week by the death
of a relative.
Mrs. Lester Martin of Anahuac
is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Knox, who suffered a heart at-
tack last week.
Nancy Gay Morgan, who has
been in a Jacksonville hospital for
medical treatment, is expected to
be able to return home the latter
part of the week.
Mrs. Tom Butler, of Jones Chap-
el, who is seriously ill in a Jack-
sonville hospital, is reported to
be slightly improved.
John Parks is confined to his
i 'iorae with illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder
and son of Houston spent the
J weekend in the Clifford Wallace
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifton of
Tyler were weekend guests of Mr.
I nd Mrs. Charlie Clifton.
I Mrs. T. H. Singletary and Mrs.
i Ed Singletary were Huntsville vis-
itors Sunday. They were accom-
| pained by Mrs. Dred Martin who
i returned to her home there,
i Cpl. Warder A. Ashing has ar-
j rived home from Berlin, Germany.
He is re-enlisting for three more
Refreshments were served and
cubs were adjourned to play a
game of baseball.
Signed, Buckskin Keeper, Jim-
LYDIA CLASS MEETS
The Lydia Class of the First
Baptist Church met in a business
meeting April 10th at the home of
Mrs. W. A. Allen
Members present were Mrs.
Swan, Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Nelson,
Mrs. Love, Mrs. Dickey, Mrs. Beall
and Mrs. Holloman. Visitors were
Mrs. Ilartin, Airs. Jordan and lit-
tle Dorothy Ann Adams.
Mrs. Nelson, the president, op-
ened the meeting. Mrs. Swan
brought a wonderful devotional on
"How a Christian Should Live."
Sach one brought a Covered
dish. After the meeting a bounli-
iul lunch was served and a social
hour enjoyed by all.
EASTER EGG HUNT
Those enjoying a picinc and
Easter Egg hunt at the C C Camp
lake, Sunday were Mrs. Rob Tray-
lor, Rusk; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Troublefield and children, Nacog-
doches; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tray-
lor and her mother, Mrs. Irvin,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pool and chil-
dren, Eulis, Joyce, Doris and Lin-
da Sue of Rusk; and Mr. and Mrs.
Alton Ross and children, James,
Billie Ruth, Howard and Bernice,
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Minyard and
children, J. J., Nellie Joyce, and
Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. James Min-
yard, W. W. Minyard and children
and J. M. Addlin, Joe Clay and
Doreretia of Maydelle.
EARNEST WORKERS MEET
The Earnest Workers Sunday
school class, Miss Robert Leake,
teacher, met at the B. P. Reed
home Wednesday night with Mrs.
Herschel Thomas and Mrs. Reed
Red roses were used in the dec-
oration of the house.
The group attended prayer meet-
ing before going to the Reed
Following a business meeting,
with Miss Marion Mallard, presid-
ing, manx games were enjoyed.
A slad plate was served Mes-
dames J. E. Wallace, Bill Shat-
tuck, Ed Ratcliff, Burr Lacey, Ri-
ley Maness, Watters Singletary,
Lawrence Smith, and Roy Isgate
and Miss Mallard.
LIBRARY STUDY CLUB
Mrs. C. L. Jackson was hostess
to the Library Study Club Thurs-
day afternoon at her home.
Upon the arrival of the guests,
Mrs. Jackson, assisted by her two
daughters, invited them into the
dining room where delicious re-
freshments were served. i
The girls were dressed in cos-
tumes of India, as the program
was on India. The elder daughter
gave a talk on customs of the
people of India while her mother j
showed pictures on the screen. |
Quite a number of souvenirs were j
A very interesting program was '
enjoyed by twenty-two members
and a number of guests. After a
short business meeting, the club
adjourned to meet on the 28th
with Mrs. Ed Ratcliff.
WANTED: Truck to make trip
to Corpus Christi. Clyde Bolls. No-
tify L. N. Bolls. ltc
FOR SALE: Mulberry post 7)4
feet long. If you want the best
milk cow in the county, see L. N.
LOST: Lady's black suede
pump for right' foot between the
Cedar Hill cemetery and First
Presbyterian Church Tuesday.
Please return to Cherokeean of-
HORSE FOR SALE: See Henry
WANTED: Man with car for
route work. $15 to $20 in a day. No
experience or capital required.
Steady. Write today. Mr. Sharp,
120 East Clark Street, Freeport,
WANTED: Man or Woman for
profitable Rawleigh business in
City of Rusk. No investment re-
quired if you qualify. Start im-
mediately. Write Rawleighs, Dept.
TXD-1334-2160, Memphis, Tennes-
STRAYED: Dark Brown Jersey
Cow. Sale tog in left ear. Notify
R. L. Baker, Ponta. ltp
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3- j
room and bath apartment. Hard- i
wood floors. See Mrs. Vernie Min- !
ter. Phone 136W. ltc !
FOR SALE: 3 half Brown Swiss
and half Jersey Bulls. Ready for
service. G. L. Bickerstaff. Route
4, Rusk, Texas. 2-4-28p
FOR RENT: One three-room
apartment, bills paid. Telephone
WANTED: immediately, Man
over 35, with car, this territory,
to sell Medicines, products, direct
to consumer. Average earnings
$65.00 weekly. No investment, we
furnish everything. Salary while
training. Give complete informa-
tion about self. Write Lee Com-
pany, Marshall, Texas. 2-4-21p
AVON COSMETICS: Needs
Sales Representatives in Rusk and
surrounding towns. Pleasant, pro-
fitable work. Write. District man-
ager, Box 1294. Lufkin, Texas. 28
BEARDEN riK.vRDKiN BEaKDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN
Get Your New Washing Machine at
Bearden's in Rusk
WE NOW HAVE
ONE MINUTE WASHER
IN STOCK —PRICED
8995-109 50 and 11950
These Machines are an Old Line Washer fully guaranteed
Come in Today and Look at These Washers
If You're Interested in a Washer We Believe You 11 Like
Bearden Furniture Store
Saturday Prevue 11 P. M., Sun. aud Mon.
Gun Smugglers f
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA!
News: "Scenes of tlife Signing of the North Atlantic Treaty
Musical: "Frankit Canes —His Piano and Orchestra"
Cartoon: "LITTLE RED SCHOOL MOUSE"
Tuesday and Wednesday—April 26 & 27
Plus Noveltoon Cartoon
•WOO ON INDIAN"
Thursday a27d Friday—April 28 and 29
Plus Those Selected Short Subjects
Comic Color Cartoon: /'MOUSE CLEANING"
Passing Parade: "SOUVENIRS OF DEATH"
Saturday—One Day Only—April 30
%SIX-Cl. HO JNDM3* if
Comedy: "Jitter Bug House" — Chapter 11: "Mystrious Mr. M."
FOR SALE: Pine, oaK and gum
timber. Three-room house and
large barn. P. E. Worley, Route
7, Palestine, Texas, ten miles east
of Palestine on Rusk hiway. 21p
FOR SALE. Bundli.g sites,
lots or acreage. Mile out on Rck-
law highway. A. S. Daniels, Gen.
Delivery. Crockett, Texas. 4-3-31p
FOR SALE: Fordson tractor
with all equipment. Call Ford
Barrington. I hone 12. Temple
FOR SALE: Bargain, modern 5-
room house with concrete front
and back porch, built-in garage
with concrete floor, lights, gas,
water and three acres of land.
Priced to sell. $4,000. See Mrs.
5 j Jewel Maness, Rusk, or telephone
I NOTICE: The Dorthy Mae Mat-
pq: tress Company has reopened. So
let us make you rest while you
s'eap. Or sleep while you rest. We
renovate old beds into new beds.
Also make new beds. All work
guni nteed. We are specialized in
inner-spring. R. W. Tannery
Phone 1001-2S'1L, Alto, Texas,
Route 1. tf
S BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED
We repair your old electric iron-~
We buy junk batteries.
Bahcnck Bros. Auto Supply Store
FOR SALE: 1947 Dodge half
ton pickup. Good tires and low
mileage. Can see it a Rusk Feed
& Seed Store.
FOR SALE: Registered horned
Hereford male, ten months old.
Robert L. Ezelle. 4-4-28p
FOR SALE: 1937 Ford Pickup; )
1941 Chevrolet Pickup; See E. G.
FOR SALE: Kenneth Wallace's^
Ilarley Davidson 1946 model 6lP
Overhead valve Motorcycle. See
Clifford Wallace. 2-4-21p
FOR RENT: by the hour or
day, Vacuum cleaner. Rates, 25c
hour or 75c day. Bearden Furni-
FOR SALE: Good clean Seed5
Peas—Brown Crowder, Pink Eye;
Black Eye; Baby White, 10c Lb.
Alton Jones, Route 1, Rusk, Box
FOR SALE: 1936 Chevrolet
•*edan. Inquire Babcock Bros. Auto
Store tf,- k
Do you know all the services
offered by your Bendix Home
Laundry? Wet wash, 5 cents lb.,
or we show you how to operate
the Bendix and you do your own.
We pick-up and deliver. Phone
260J. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mur-
ray■ 3-3-3 lc'
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