The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, February 19, 1937 Page: 4 of 8
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN, RUSK. CHEROKEE
; TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19,1 937
1. JOHN A. BEALL THANKS
THOSE AIDING RELIEF DRIVF
Mrs. John A. Beall. chairman
the Cherokee County Chapter
the American Red Cross, has
ued the following statement of
ppreciation for cooperation given
i the recent drive for funds for
relief of flood sufferers:
"Grateful acknowledgement is
Business and Professional
J. H. MOSELEY
Rusk, Texas, with 36 years in the
practice of Optometry. No charge
AT "WELLS—Second and fourth
J B. CHESSHER
Office over Pryor Plumbing Shop
OFFICE HOURS — 8:00 to 5:00
Office East of Jail
Hours 8 to 5
Good Will Clinic
•" Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
4 to 5 P. M.
—WHERE A SANDWICH IS A
—Real Mexican Chili
THE WHITE KITCHEN
R. C. TUCKER
PLUMBING — ELECTRIC
SHEET METAL WORK
Highway 40 — Rusk
made to the people of Cherokee
county for their hearty coopera-
tion and generous contributions
for the relief of the flood suffer-
ers in the recent Red Cross drive
"By virture of their office, the
mayors of the different towns are
made disaster chairmen in the
various branches of the County
Red Cross organization, and T. E.
Acker in Jacksonville, E. R. Gregg
in Rusk, Dr. J. E. Hill in Alto
and B. B. Brittain in Wells have
led in the campaigns in their re-
spective localities reporting, to
date contributions as follows:
Wells $ 36.00
"In addition to this, S. W. Lit-
tlejohn of Chronister Lumber Co.
(Forest), sent $104.50 of which
amount $70.25 was contributed
by the negro employes of his mill.
Total for the county reported to
Chester Albritton, Chapter Treas-
urer, is $1278.73.
"Miss Billye Deason has receiv-
ed a large assortment of cloth-
ing, bedding and supplies of
varous kinds. Especially note-
worthy were the donations of the
little church at Black Jack and
of the Rebekah Lodge of Jackson-
ville. Following instructions from
national headquarters these ar-
ticles are all being held here
pending instructions from mid-
western branch as to their dispos-
"In Jacksonville a fine service
was rendered the campaign by
Miss Nora Rhodes and Mrs. Mary
Burton of the telephone company,
assisted by Charlie Wadsworth,
May Wernser, Kathleen McKnight
Dolan Portwood and Lometa
Cowan. Special mention also
should be made Of the benefit
show at the Palace Theatre in
Jacksonville, given through the
kindness of The Dailey Progress,
that city, and W. L. Meadows,
Kenneth Earle, Shepherd Scog-
gin, Gladstone Thompson, Doris
Kilmer and Joy Lowe.
"The newspapers, pastors, S. S.
classes, service clubs, schools, all
have given, some with real sacri-
fice. The largest contribution was
$25, the smallest 10 cents, but all
representing the warm heart of
our citizenship. Our people have
again demonstrated that spirit of
sympathy of suffering humanity
which marks them as worthy fol-
lowers of Him who never turned
a deaf ear to the cry of distress."
EDITH E. SMITH, Editor
Phone 103-w or 316-w
Edith Smith Is
The Cherokeean again has a
New editor of the society col-
umns for this newspaper is Miss
Edith Smith, daughter of J. A.
Smith, former Cherokee county
sheriff. The public is invited to
hand the new reporter-editor all
society andp ersonal items to
call the Cherokeean office at
Father's got the flu again, so he's
stayed at home;
There's a big brown bottle on the
Only thing to break up flu, father
say it is,
And he has to doctor up hisself.
There's a pint of quinine, too, that
you take with it.
Only father hates it, and instead
It's still in the paper box that the
Lvin' way back underneath the
Ain't that flu an awful thing?
Lucky Pa aint he;
Why, he takes his medicine as nice
Honest, he don't mind a bit—once
he clean forgot
That he took it, and he took it
Even if he's got the flu, father's
just as brave;
He could take his medicine all
And not make a face or groan
'cause it's time for it;
Why, he never even kicks a mit!
—Harry Lee Marriner.
Mrs. Frank Guinn
Louis Bulter and Pearl L. Ward.
Miss Ethel Mae Clark and Leon
Pledger were married at 10:00 a.
m. Sunday, February 14, at the
Methodist church at Gladwater.
The Rev. J. C. Thompson, former
pastor of the Methodist church
of this city officiated.
The bride wore a black ensem-
ble with a shoulder corsage of
Those attending from here were
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Myles Humphus, Miss Bettye
Jean Craig, and Mrs. J. C. Thomp-
son of Gladewater.
D. K. G. Meets
With Mrs. Leake
On Thursday of last week Mrs.
Frank Guinn invited in a few
friends to tea in honor of Mrs.
Joe H. Payne of Winters, and Mrs.
J. Ed Brown of Waco, sisters of
Mrs. Pearl L. Ward. Those at-
tending were: Mesdames John
Whightman, Sam J. Smith, W. H.
Hanna, A. R. Odom, Lee Guinn,
Members of the Beta Alpha
chapter of the Delta Kappa Gam-
ma met at the home of Mss Rob-
ert Leake in Rusk, Monday eve-
ning, February 15. The following
program was given.
Consitiution Drill—Mrs. Lee
Lesson: Based upop -Mary E.
Beard's "America -Through Wo-
men's Eyes". Conducted by Miss
Reba Monkress, Bess Lboney, and
After the program refreshments
were served. Favors consisted of
tiny cherry trees planted in brown
The following members were
Mesdames Egbert Copeland, E.
S. Erwin, Lee Jones, J. F. Joplin,
V. P. Monkress, and W. C. Thomp-
son, Misses Callie Barclay, Goldie
Lane, Robert Leake, Bess Looney,
Reba Monkress, and Mable Sheets.
GALLATIN. Feb. 16.—Mr. Lee
Perry visited his mother, Mrs.
Tom Perry of Mt. Hope, Wednes-
Mr. Vernon Autrey was a bus-
iness visitor in Palestine Wednes-
Little Doris Jepkins is sick with
Mr. Lee Perry was a business
visitor in Palestine Thursday.
Edward White and Edgar Jen-
kins were business visitors in
Mrs. Lonnie Jenkins visited in
the home of Mrs. Edward White
Mrs. Harri Smith visited her
mother, Mrs. Dolph Jenkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Autrey
and daughter, Melvagine, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry of Mt.
View, Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Larkin Jenkins visited her
mother, Mrs. Andrew Garner
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Autrey and
daughter, Melvagine, spent Sun-
day afternoon in the Lee Perry
Mrs. Des Chandler of Piney
Grove, and Mrs. Albert Grimes
visited Mrs. Lonnie Jenkins Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Odom spent
Sundey with Mr. and Mrs. Larkin
Mr. and Mrs. Eugine Philips
spent Sunday with Miss Nannie
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chandler of
Rusk, cisited Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew Garner Monday night.
SUMMERFIELD. Feb. 16.—
There will be a program given at
the school auditorium Friday
night, February 19, by the musi-
cal talent of the community and
school. The proceeds will be used
in buying the basketball sweaters
for the boys.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Boss and
sons visited Mr. Boss's brother,
Hubert, of near White House Sun-
Mrs. Henry Dotson visited her
son, Travis, who lives at Jackson-
ville, Saturday night.
The Deputy State Superinten-
dent visited in our school two
days the pas! week.
Mrs. J. M. McNiel and son and
Mrs. L. A. McNiel of Avinger.
visited Mrs. J. M McNiel's daugh-
ter. Mrs. O. K. Eilis. Friday. Mrs.
L. A. McNiel, who is a trained
nurse, remained to nurse Miss
Earla Eliis through her illness.
Several from here attended the
East Mud Creek singing conven-
tion which met at Griffin Sun-
Mrs. Bailey is reported as being
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
and nieghbors for their beautiful
flowers and kindness shown us
during our bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Graves
ELECTRIC RATE SCHEDULE
CITY OF RUSK
Old Rusk Rates
Present New Rusk Rates
50 KWH (It 10c
50 KWH @ 3c
25 KWH @ 9c
75 KWH @ 4%c
25 KWH @ 9c
75 KWH @ 5c
RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING AND REFRIGERATION
30 KWH @ 10c
70 KWH (E 4'2C
100 KWH @ 4c
20 KWH -ffi
80 KWH @
25 KWH @ 9C
75 KWH ® 4Hc
RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING AND RANGE
30 KWH 10c
70 KWH @ 3'2c
50 KWH @ 10c
150 KWH @ 8c
400 KWH ;g> 5c
30 KWH @ 9c
120 KWH @ 3c
100 KWH ® 9c
100 KWH @ 7%c
800 KWH @ 5c
1000 KWH ® 4c
2000 KWH @ 3c
30 KWH @ 9c
120 KWH @ 3c
100 KWH @ 9c
100 KWH @ 7'/fee
800 KWH @ 5c
100 KWH ® 5c
200 KWH @ 4c
100 KWH dt 5c
300 KWH 4c
400 KWH ®
400 KWH @ 3c
# 400 KWH @ 3c
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Cherokean Want Ads are cheaper—
you'll find they bring SURER results
at less cost! Faster, too! You get
results within 24 hours. Make it a
habit to use the Want Ads first.
G. W. Chambless to Wilma El-
Leon Pledger to Ethel Mae
B. Wilkins Cocke to Winnie S.
Booker T. Martin to Tessie B.
Edward Darcy to Marie Wacha.
Forest Rodgers to Lottie Baker.
Edgar Gibbons to Mary Etta
Fox Coleman Marshall to Berla
W. B. Gatlin to Louise Kennard.
John W. Fincher to Altha Brew-
Robt. L. Hatchett was in Hous-
ton on business this week.
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• Nervousness, constipation, poor appetite know no
age limits. They prey upon the energy of thousands
rhen diets lack ft sufficient amount of the. precious
Vitamin B so richly supplied by a Quaker Oats breakfast.
a bowl of Quaker Oftts
y suppiiea d
So serve the
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Miller, Elton L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, February 19, 1937, newspaper, February 19, 1937; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341699/m1/4/: accessed September 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.