The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1936 Page: 4 of 8
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Published By Students of Rusk High School
Rose Mildred McDonald—Editor-
Valera Conway—Associate Editor
Maurine Hewitt and Mae Peace—
Ethel Lang, Virginia Hannah,
June Snellings, Agnes Cariker,
Billy Westphael, Ruth Love,
Love, Helen McCord, Madaline
Russell, Mary Frances Bowling,
GET OFF THE GROUND
You are not in fashion at the
football games this year if you
stay on the ground, at least no
more than the law of gravity
forces you to in your landings
and take offs. The louder you
yell and the higher you jump
the more fashionable you are in
this man's school.
The ball games this year, if
Mr. McCluney's advice is taken,
should look like.a combination of
a Fifth Avenue fashion parade
and the recreation ground for
the violently insane. In a talk
to the student body before the
first game he told them that the
less they stayed on the ground
the better, and not to stand back
for fear they would appear crazy
because at the coming games it
is perfectly alright to be crazy
at the coming games and also
he said that if anyone had any
new clothes they wanted to show
off just to put them on and come
down and stroll back and borth
in front of the grandstand a few
times. It should be worth the
admission just to see a gorgeous-
ly groomed creature (very com-
posed) stroll past the stands two
or three times then suddenly leap
into the air yelling like a Coman-
che and continue to bounce about
over all unobstructed space.
When attending the games this
year come prepared to not yell
but raise and fly (or at least
jump) so if you suspect frogs
in your family tree bring a cush-
ion for landing purposes.
Girls you are no longer IT if
you sit on the grandstand and
pose for the benefit of all unat-
tached males who wander past, to
be noticed now you must resem-
ble an opera star with St. Vitas
dance so swing it at the game
GUM GANG GOING GOOD.
brings you ^
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The G. U. M. gang has started
being the talk of the town again.
They started the gossip roll-
ing Thursday night bringing with:
them a garbage can full of garb-
age to represent Jacksonville.
The gang was greeted by a lot
hollering from the crowd already
present, and congratulation upon
their good representation of Jack-
Those carrying "Jacksonville"
were: Bobby Tread way, Rose M.
McDonald, Betty Arrant, Louise
Jared, Ruth Love, Lydia B. Craig,
Glady M. Nelson, Evelyn Tosh,
Ethel Lang, Frances Lovelace,
and Frances Pryor.
The vocational agriculture class
and Mr. Hartt visited the East
Texas Fair at Tyler on Saturday,
A new garden has been found
in Texas. According to Newton
Long, La Salle planted a garden
in 1685 somewhere in this fair
state of ours.
The attendance for the first
three weeks of school was unus-
ually good. Out of 315 students
enrolled, not more than six have
bee nabsent on any one day..
ETHEL LANG'S PARTY
Ethel Lang had a slumber par-
ty Thursday night for the G. U.
M. gang. Those present were:
Rose Mildred McDonald, Evelyn
Tosh, Frances Lovelace, Glaydes
Mae Nelson, George Frances Pry-
or, Betty Arrant, Bobby Tread-
way, Louise Jared, Louise Der-
rick, Madaline Russell, Lydia
Belle Craig, and Ruth Love.
ROSE FESTIVAL QUEEN
EVELYN TOSH ENTERTAINS
Evelyn Tosh had a slumber par-
ty last Saturday night. The girls
had their dates from Evelyn's
home to get to the reception.
They had an enjoyable time from
what all the girls said. Those
present were: Ethel Lang, Fran-
ces Pryor, Louise Derrick, Mada-
line Russell, Frances Lovelace
and Gladys Mae Nelson.
AT PEP RALLY
Some of the school news was
unavoidably omitted because of
lack of time to get it in type.
—Elton L. Miller.
The school Bank at the end of
the second week of operation had
$36 in deposits in capital. G. W.
Dickey, captain of the eleven,
made the first deposit, $4. Sev-
eral students have made use of
the loan system of the bank;
five loans having been approved.
D. D. Hartt, instructor of voca-
tional agriculture at the high
school, spoke to the Kiwanis Club
Friday. Upon request, he ex-
plained the work to be accom-
plished in the vocational agri-
culture department this year.
could lift a
A garbage can of trash brought
by the Gum Gang to represent
Jacksonville was burned in a
bonfire at the Pep Rally Thurs-
day night. The Pep Rally was
held at Musick Field. Everyone
had a great deal of pep and help-
ed in all the yells.
After the rally the squad did
a snake dance on the town square
ending up on the courthouse
lawn where they gave the sky
rocket and rolled their R's for
2. Song—The Lily of the Val-
ley—Jane Wallace, Marjore Mae
Ford, and Ruth Holcomb.
Introduction Supt. Intermediate
1. Piano Solo—June Oaorn.
2. Cornet Solo—-E. S. Erwin,
Helen McCord and June Odom,
pretty drum majors of the Rusk
High School band, were elected
president and secretary, respect-
ively of the Freshman class last
Monday at the last period study
hall. Bobby McVicker was chos-
en vice-president; Margaret York,
treasurer and Mr. Hershel Thom-
as, sponsor. Ruth Clifton was
They are planning for a year
of accomplishment as well as of
pleasures, says Miss McCord.
NELL KEY INJURED
Miss Gertrude Anne Windsor,
1416 Chilton Avenue, Tyler, will
be crowned Queen of the fourth
annual Texas Rose Festival in
elaborate coronation ceremonies
at the new General R. E. Wood
Ampitheatre in Bergfeld Park,
Friday, October 2, at 8 p. m.
Miss Mindsor has been well
chosen to rule as Queen of the
Rose Festical, as she is of queenly
stature, slender, graceful and of
regal carriage. She is a fair co.-ri-
plexioned blonde, and as lovely
as the roses over which she will
Miss Windsor was born in Fort
Smith, Arkansas, but has been
living in Tyler for the past eight
years. She was graduated from
Hockaday School, Dallas, ^Texas,
last year, completing her prepar-
atory work there. She will sail
from New York the last day of
October on the S. S. Vulcania,
Italian Line, with the Hockaday
Travel Class to be gone seven
months. She will visit 14 coun-
tries during the tour.
The Queen's gown for the Cor-
onation Ceremonies was especial-
ly designed by Mrs. Albert Logue,
who is designer of costumes for
the Battle of Flowers held in San
Antonio, Texas, each year.
PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY
SCHOOL PROMOTION DAY,
OCT. 4TH, 1936, AT THE
Nell Key, sprained her ankle
and pulled the muscles in her leg
so badly last week that she had
to miss several days of school.
Nell is looking good as a forward,
says the Basket Ball Gossiper.
Jacksonville High school boys
and girls were conspicuous in
their absence from the football
reception given in their honor at
Dialville Saturday night, but Lon
Morris was very well represent-
The hall was beautifully un-
derrated. Dancing was the en-
tertainment. D. D. Hart and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chapman
were the chaperones.
Those present were: Evelyn
Thompson, a Jacksonville High
School student, (one at least, if
all the rest were from Lon Mor-
Those present from Rusk were:
Evelyn Tosh, Madaline Russell,
Gladys Nelson, Ethel Lang, Der-
rick, Frances Lovelace, Frances
Pryor, Grace Bagley, Ruth Love,
Lydia B. Craig, G. W. Dickey,
Elmer Ray Wells, Cornell Alford,
Edwin Miller, Russell Snelling,
Vernor Reynolds, J. P. Sides,
Carol Payne, Boyd Raley, Bunky
Fitts, George Nelson and Odell
Muskgraves, Avis Lowery, John
Hunter, Garland Perry, John G.
Long, Carl Payne, Buck Jones,
Roy McDonald, B. J. Johnston,
Raymond Vermillion, Jr., Markel
Byrd, Cecil Harbor, Charles Cui -
ningham and Rudolff Sorrell.
R. S. Marshall, Pastor
Introduction Supt. Primary De-
1. Song, "Give" Said the Little
2. Apostles Creed—Graduating
3. Song, "Give" Said the Little
Introduction Supt. Junior De-
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Miller, Elton L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, October 2, 1936, newspaper, October 2, 1936; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341727/m1/4/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.