The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1949 Page: 10 of 10
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Mrs. TYunk f.. Main
Dr. and Mrs. N. D. Geddie and
sons, Thomas and Don of Athens
visited in the M. M. Troublefield
home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. May of
Whitewright visited in the B. R.
Nicholson home Friday.
Misses Laureen and Juanita
Baldwin of Los Angeles visited
their cousin, Mrs. Howard Dillard
and Mr. Dillard last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tibbals
spent their vacation in Arkansa
and Oklahoma. They also visited
in Louisiania with Mr. Tibbal's
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Reese of
Lubbock spent the weekend with
his brother, R. E. Reese and Mrs.
Miss Carolyn Forster left Sun-
day to return to Cortez, Colorado,
where she will teach again this
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nicholson
and daughter, Doris, of White-
wright spent last week in the B.
R. Nicholson home.
Clarence Murdoch of Dallas
spent the weekend in Rusk visit-
ing relatives and attended the
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Forster Jr.,
and son of Longview spent last
weekend in the home of his par-
Mrs. W. J. Tosh was taken to the i
Mrs. Frank Coupland
St. Mary Infirmary at Galveston
Friday for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dickson of
Pueblo, Colorado attended a fam-
ily reunion at the home of their
brother, George Windham, in
Mrs. H. O. McMinn is spend-
ing the weekend in Tyler and
Henderson with her children.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Savage of
Lakeland, Florida, who have been
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ellis
Manning ,and Mr. Manning re-
turned home Monday.
Miss Evelyn Parrott returned
home Saturday from a six week
visit in Houston with her sister,
Mrs. W. T. Tucker, who is the
former Miss Trula Parrott.
Mrs. C. E. Hunter and son John
Hunter spent the weekend at
Houston with Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Rev. Marsh M. Callaway of
Columbia, Mississippi visited
friends here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Banks and
daughter, Lucille Banks, Ray Ma-
Maness, and Mrs. Joe Banks and
daughter, Beth visited, Joe Bob
Banks at Waco Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Norton and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bethard of
Kirbyville are vacationing in Old
Mexico and New Mexico.
Your wise buys in School Supplies
are in your Rexall Drug Store
Pencils — Fountain Pens — Crayons
Pencil Sharpeners — Erasers — Filler
Paper — Scratchpads — Index Dividers
Ring Binders — Dictionaries — Mucilage
Scrap Books —= Paste — Ink Supply At-
las — Composition Books — Pencil Leads
Rulers _ Paper Clips — Pencil Tablets
Drawing Paper — Typing Paper Work
Books — Grade Books
MOSELEY DRUG STORE
Rexall A Pharmacy Nyal
Hanna Real Estate Agency
Associate: A. L. MEREDITH
In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Otfice
OFFICE PHONE RESIDENCE PHONE 258
If you want an ideal spot for growing truck we have it. About
6 acres. Can be irrigated from never-failing branch on land. It
has, too, a good 6 room residence with all city utilities. This
place carries a G. I. loan at 4r/r- Reasonable down payment.
lOlyi acres all fenced 9? acres open level land. Good pasture
with Bermuda, carpet grass, lespedeza. Grade A dairy barn
with dairy equipment. 20 milk cows. Residence 3 rooms and
porch. Electricty. Inquire for price and further details.
Residence 4 rooms and bath. Pump in well. Butane gas. Shop
buliding. Store building.
FOR RENT: We have several unfurnished apartments un-
usually well located. Large rooms, all conveniences.
9% acres close to town. Good hog wire fence, good well.
Residence. 6 rooms and bath. City utilities. Garage, barn and
chicken house. More than 1 acre of land. $4500.
98 acres, all fenced, % minerals. $1250.
43 acres. 2 good springs, good well. Barn, Chicken housa, 3
room frame house on paved highway. School bus. Mail route.
About 10 acres on highway, short distance outside city limit.
5-room residence. Electricity. Butane gas.
Residence, five rooms and bath, Venetian blinds attic fan. Lot
75 x 150. Hardwood floors. East front. All conveniences. Price
Two story apartment house recently refinished. 6 rooms and
bath upstairs. 6-rooms & bath downstairs. Barn. Place for chick-
ens. Almost one acre of land. Gity conveniences. Terms.
Residence, 5 rooms and bath. Attached garage. Butane gas
Electricity. Pump in well. 8 acres of land. $4000.
Miss Jessie Boone spent last
week in Houston with her nephew,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sherman and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones of Pasa-
dena visited relatives here last
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stovall and
children of Mabank spent the
weekend here with relatives.
Richard Fulgham of Crockett is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Leo Tosh
and family. ,
Mr. and Mrs. George riiggin-
botham and son, David, of Crockett
spent the weekend here.
Stanley Tucker of Crockett was
a visitor here Thursday.
Miss Martha Davis and Miss
Dorothe Davis returned to their
home at Ruston, Louisiana Sunday
after two weeks visit with their
aunt, Mrs. H. C. Edwards and Mr.
Rev. and Mrs. Stuart Mc(J. Rohre
and two children were Ft. Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hester
were Dallas business visitors Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Trouble-
field of Houston visited his uncle,
Marvin Troublefield SuriQay.
Miss Mary Ellen Crysup of Jack-
sonville visited her brother, Don
Crysup and family first of the
Miss Zella Kate Banks of Dallas
will spend this weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Banks.
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Eaton and
two sons were business visitors in
Houston Thursday and Friday
Mrs. Lonnie Spivey and son Ray-
mon and daughter, Naomi return-
ed Sunday from a three weeks
visit with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Adams, at Go-
Mrs. Ralph Johnston and daugh
ter, Janis Johnston are visting her
sister, Mrs. Sam Vaughn at Jones-
Mr. and Mrs. Alford Ray Skin-
ner and two children of Ft. Worth
spent the weekend here with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Skinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pledger and
son, Don, of Lufkin spent Sunday
with Mrs. Pledger's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pace and
children of Palestine were guests
of their aunt, Mrs. Nina D. Sher-
Marvin Troublefield, Jr. of A.
& I., at Kingsville, Texas is spend-
ing a few days between terms with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kopecky
and children of Corpus Christi
are visiting Mr. Kopecky's mother,
Mrs. John H. Ware and sons Luth-
er and Roy Ware.
Mrs. Cecil McLaughlin and Miss
Irene Snellings were Tyler visit-
Mrs. D. T. Darby of Jourdanton,
was called here this week on ac-
count of serious illness of her
son-in-law, W. P. Richey.
Mr. and Mrs. Burns Brown and
children, Jan and John Oliver, of
of Mineola visited here Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McCulley of
Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Cooper of Nacogdoches spent
the weekend with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Fisher.
Mrs. Sam Manning accompanied
her grand-daughter, Billy Beth
Manning, who has spent the sum-
mer here, to her home at Refugio
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dotson visit-
ed relatives in Kerens last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stovall and
daughters of Kaufman spent the
weekend in the C. H. Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson of
Houston spent the weekend in the
C. H. Weaver home.
Mrs. Florrie Jones and son Rich-
ard of Houston spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Meazle.
W. L. Martin of Carrollton was
a Rusk visitor this week.
Gene Tomlin is visiting relatives
here before returning to school
Lloyd Ralson, who has been
employed at Port Lavaca, spent
the weekend with homefolks. He
left Tuesday for Houston to re-
enter Houston University.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Berry and
children of Calvert visited home-
folks in Rusk this week. ,
Mrs. Norma Dubois of Houston
spent Friday with Mrs. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hinton have
returned from a vacation in
Colorado and New Mexico. They
were accompanied by their daugh-
ter, Miss Wanda Jean Hinton, who
remained in Hobbs, New Mexico,
where she has accepted a teach-
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stewart and
Mrs. W. E. Wallace visited in Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace will
spend Sunday in Bryan.
W. H. Shook of Dallas was a
business visitor here first of this
Ray Odom of San Antonio spent
Wednesday night here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Odom.
His son, Ray Jr., and daughter,
Dorothy Jean, returned home,
after spending the summer here
with their grandparents.
Jack Heaton and Mr. and Mrs.
Grady Ellis and son, Jackie, left
Sunday for Milwaukee, Wiscon-
sin, to visit Mr. Heaton's sister,
Mrs. Pete Foley, who is ill.
Barbara Guinn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Guinn of Over
ton, underwent an appendicitis
operation in a Jacksonville hospit-
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Long have re-
turned from a vacation trip to
West Texas and Old Mexico.
Chester Gifford of Livingston
visited in Rusk last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hurt of Fort
Worth visited in the Mrs. W. G.
Allen home Saturday. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Hurt's
mother, Mrs. C. A. Gifford.
Mrs. Billie Edwards and son are
visiting her mother in Smithville.
The money you spend at the
Tot Shop will_ buy clothes of
which you and your child will both
be proud! adv.
Mrs. Chester Gardiner under-
went an operation in a Tyler hos-
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Patterson
of Shreveport, La., spent Sunday
in the Dr. Burr Lacey home.
Miss Mary Nell Singletary,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Watters
Singletary and Winslow C. Nor-
man were married in the parlor
of the First Methodist Church
parsonage at six-thirty Sunday
evening with Rev. Lewis W. Nich-
ols, reading the single ring cere-
The bride chose a beige suit
with navy accessories. Her cor-
sage was pink carnations. Mrs.
Hemby Norwood, matron of honor,
wore a navy crepe dress with black
accessories. The bride's mother1
wore a flowered navy frock with
black accessories. Bruce Arnold j
was best man.
Present for the * recony were
Mr. and Mrs. Singletary, Watters J
Singletary, Jr., Emily Bess Single- j
tary, Mrs. F. C. Norman, mother j
of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Hemby !
After a trip to Carlsbad Caverns ;
and other points in the West they
will make their home in Rusk.
FOR SALE: Wooden Clarinet
in first class condition. Roy
Guinn. 207 S. Main. ltc
FOR RENT: South bedroom.
Day Phone 177. Night 247J. ltp
FOR SALE: One 1250 gallon
storage tank, one shallow well
pump. See John Hunter at Post
at White Kitchen.
LOST: Somewhere in Rusk, a
baby's gold expansion bracelet.
Engraved with initial J. If found
please write Geo. C. Hamilton, ltp
FOR SALE: 165 acres. Good
house, new 24-cow "dairy barn, i
electric water system and butane. |
J. C. Davis, Route 1, Apple Springs
FOR RENT: Three-room and j
a two-room apartment. Gas, water I
and lights. Will rent furnished or
unfurnished. Call 374w, or see
Will Troublefield 2-9-lc
WANTED: Buildings or resi-
dences to be moved or wrecked
H. C. Vinson, Overton, Tex-
FOR SALE: Fordson tractor
1947 model in good shape. Call |
Temple Associates. 8-25tf
FOR SALE: One stock trailer.
Price reasonable. Trible Motor
WANT TO STOP SMOKING:
Try NICO-STOP, guaranteed, Mus-
ick Drug. 12-1 l-3c
FOR RENT: Completely furn-
ished apartment. 2 blocks from
square. Phone Wilbur Lee. 387j. tf
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"THE WASHER THAT
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agitator washer at
a price every family can afford!
Now! Bendix presents the simplest, newest,
automatic washer at the world's lowest price!
The new Bendix Economat!
The utterly different Wondertub*—the flexible,
triple-action tub made of metexaloy that eliminates
so many expensive parts—makes this
washday miracle possible!
See the Bendix Economat with the Wondertub*
that revolutionizes washing, draining, squeeze-drying!
You'll say it's a dream come true!
* Wondertub guaranteed for 5 years!
COSTS LtSS TO MAKE! COSTS IfSS TO RUYI
NO WRINGER! NO SPINNINGI NO BOLT!t!5 DOWN!
SEE THE ECONOMAT NOW!
Beaidext Furniture Store
BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN BEARDEN
Sat. Pvevu-s 11?. M.
10 Rsscuiy children from
the big blase I
Sunday & Monday
1 .Baby gorilla reared by girl!
.2 right;.capture by. men
i,, and horses!
3 Tamed as. night club star!
4 Oui-muscles ten strongest
fP Balances girl, piano, Over
head! A .
®1Tormen,ed, g°e, wild! .
7 i'0,i bar.!
8 Wrecks palatial night club!
9 Defies police machine
MOORE . JOHNSON
Armstrong • McHugh
, mriinnm u U01A01O HCTUM*1 —
Sport Reel: "ROARING WHEELS"
Color Cartoon: "THE HON HUNT"
News: "SYRIA'S PRESIDENT AND PREMIER ARE EX-
CUTED"—"SOAP BOX DERBY"—"WEST GERMANY GOES
TO THE POLLS"—"BARKLEY DEDICATES AIRPORT*
Tuesday & Wednesday—Sept. 6th & 7th
TO KISSES t
Don DrFCRE - Dtrothy MA10NE
Popular Science: "AIR FORCE FIRE FIGHTERS"
Speciality: "MELLOW DRAMA"
Thursday & Friday—Sept. 8th & 9th
and introducing PETER MILES
Terrytoon Color Cartoon: "COLD ROMANCE"
March Of Time: "FARMING PAYS OFF"
Leon Errol Comedy: "CACTUS CUT UP"
Chapter Four: "VIGILANTE"
BELTS AND BUCKLES: I am
covering Buckles and Buttons and
making Belts. Finished Belts,
75c; covered Buckles 25c; Eyelets,
3 for 10c. Leave with Mrs. Al
Smith or at my home. Phone 136w
or 152w. Mrs. Vernie Minter. 7-21tf
FOR RENT: by the hour or
day, Vacuum cleaner. Rates, 25c
hour or 75c day. Bearden Furni-
WANTED: Five to ten acres
with trees, live water, on or within
two blocks of pavement. Quote
price. Write, P. O. Box, 168, Rusk,
FOR SALE: New and Used
Cars. Come in and see them.
Chryslers, Plymouths and also one
i used Dodge Pick-up. Martin Mo- <y
I tor Company, 900 N. Main. Phony
i 5 or 355-W. tf.
WANTED: 100,000 rats to kill j
with Rays Rat Killer. $1 bottle on !
sale for 75c at Moseley Drug
Store. Satisfaction guaranteed or
double your money back. 8-9-29p
FOR RENT: burnished bedroom 1
in quiet home. Southwest corner
house in 2nd block from square,
Phone 302J. ltc
KEEP WORMS, paralysis,
weakness, loss of flesh from chick-
ens. By giving Red Star worm
liquid, in dough feed or drinking
water. Get more eggs, with less
feed. Parasite for mites, Blue
bugs, fleas. Moseley Drug
NOTICE: The Dorthy Mae Mat-
tress Company has reopened. So
let us make you rest while you
sleep. Or sleep while you rest. We
renovate old beds into new beds.
Also make new beds. All work
Kuarnteed. We are specialized in
inner-spring. R. W. Tannery
Phone 1001-2S1L, Alto, Texas,
Route 1. tf <
For Sale: About 25 acres of land
about 4 miles north of Rusk on
Highway 69. Has Highway front-
age Lee Bickerstaff. 4-9-8p
LET US HELP you have a va-
cation from Laundry work this
summer. Wet wash 5c a lb. or O
you use our Bendix machines.
We pick-up and deliver. We will
close at noon Saturdays. Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Murray. Phone 260J. tf. |;
ELECTRIC IRONS REPAIRED
We repair your old clectric iron—
We buy junk batteries.
Rahcock Bros. Anto Supply Store. '
dk '-Si ' ■ Jf'V i >;.i« •• Mil- /'.
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1949, newspaper, September 1, 1949; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341698/m1/10/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.