Ruston Leader from Ruston, Louisiana on June 2, 1960 · Page 6
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,*•*«**•* **«•*»»»»<>»«*»» I I* • »» fr 1. *-»*-#*«*» «••»«•• t JUM 2,'1900 hereby given that by " Fieri Facias Honorable Third Court in, the above numbered cause, and 1 have seized and my possession and will f or sa ] e a t public auction, the principal front door of the iirt House in Rustofi, Lincoln arish, La., between \he hours judicial sales bn S~atur- y, June '18, 1960, the following escribed 'property situated in Lin- Parish, La., to-wit: [1956, Model Used Buick 2-door pdart Automobile, having Serial 5C40142ir and Motor No. 1581955 •/, ] Seized'as the property of doifen- ant,A. jriilalcom and will be sold satisfy said writ and all cost. srms si sale cash with benefit of pralsement. This the 1st day of jne 19tiO. JESSE J. RISER, Sheriff. - Jnl .,8 * 15 IN IfflRO DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN STATE OF LOUISIANA i Blaiishlld, d.b.a. Blaushilcl lumbing & Equipment Company VS. NO. 17481 William F. Wilson btice is hereby given that by __ of a Writ of Fieri Facias issued out of the Honorable Third adiolal District Court in the above ptltled and numbered cause, anc me directed, I have seized anc Jkeh into my p'ossesion and will Ifer for sale at public auction, at principal front door of the purt House in Ruston, Lincoln sh,, La., between the hours governing judicial sales oh Wecl- "" ""•; July 6, 1960, the following Ncribgd property situated in ncoln^Parish, La., to-wit: Beginning at the- SE corner of of SE% of Section 26, Town- fip 18 North, Range 3 West and West 337^ feet for a starting; |int; from said starting point run est 150 feet, thence North 50 feet; mce East 150 feet,--thence South 50 feet to point of ''..beginning; * Lot Number: 11 of ; the McHenry Estate in the%% bf.SEVt.of.SE^ of Section 26, T.'IS N. R. 3 W, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, as Want to loose weight inches? TRY ARCOtA'S Massaging and Reducing Center /(Call AL 5-0820 >'— STEAM BATHS — shown by plat and map of said Estate In Conveyance Book 50, page 329, co; seq. being more particularly described as beginning at the SE corner of said N',6 of SEU of SEU of Section 26, T. 18 N., R. 3 W., nnd fun West to the East line of Jones Street, a distance of .179" feet, thence North along the East line of Jones Street for a distance of 50 feet to starling point: From said starting point, run thence East 150 feet, thence North 50 feel, thence 'West to the East line of Jones Street, a distance of 150 feet, thence South along the East line of Jones Street to starting point, a distance of 50 feet. Seized as the properly of defendant William F. Wilson and will be sold to satisfy said writ and all cost. Terms of sale cash with benefit of appraisement. This the 1st day of June 1960. JESSE J. RISER, Sheriff. 5t - Jnl - 8 * 15 - 22 - 29 >0o Ruston, Louisiana May 28, 1960 MINUTES of the Meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of the Parish of Lincoln, State of Louisiana, met in accordance with law on this date at the Courthouse in Ruston, with a quorum present either in person or .by proxy. The following resolution was offered, voted upon and unanimously adopted; RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Primary Election laws of the State of Louisiana require that the Democratic Executive Committee of the Parish of Lincoln, State of Louisiana, shall meet and issue a call for a primary ^election for the purpose of selecting democratic candidates for the ensuing term for the respective offices of SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS FROM WARD ONE (1) OF LINCOLN PARISH (TWO' TO BE ELECTED); SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER FROM WARD EIGHT (8) OF LINCOLN PARISH, LOUISIANA (ONE TO BE ELECTED); JUDGE OF THE 'MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE TOWN OF RUSTON; and WARD MARSHALL OF WARD ONE OF LINCOLN PARISH. LOUISIANA. WHEREAS, by Executive Pro-j clamation o! the Governor of the State of Louisiana an election is to be held to filj a vacancy on the Lincoln Parish Police Jury caused by the death of Paul Tubbs, member of said Lincoln Parish Police Jury from Ward Seven (7) of said Parish, said election or elections to be held at the same time and place as the Congressional Elections are held in Ward Seven (7) of Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV ED by the Democratic Executive Committee of. the Parish of Lincoln, State of Louisiana, that Saturday, July 23, I960, be fixed as the date for the holding of the said primary election of the Democratic Party for determining said nominations; that any one desiring to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination of said respective offices for the ensuing term, shall on or before 5:00 o'clock p.m. of June 4, 1960, file with C. M. Mathewes, Chairman of this Committee, in the form prescribed by law, his or her written notification of candidacy, setting forth that he or she is a duly qualified elector under the Consti- ifie tews 6! and that he or she is a member of the Democratic Parly, and shall accompany his of her said written notification of candidacy with his or her affidavit setting forth that he or she possesses all of the qualifications prescribed by resolutions of the State Central Committee of the Democratic Party which have been adopted from time to lime. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that in the event of a second primary is necessary to determine any of said respective nominees, said second primary shall be held on the same date fixed by the State Central Committee; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all candidates for said respective nominations shall deposit With the chairman of this Committee, for remittance as the law directs, the following respective amounts : School Board Member — $20.00. Judge of the Municipal Court of the Town of Ruston — $25.00. Ward Marshall of Ward One of Lincoln Parish — $20.00. Member of Police Jury — $20.00. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairman and the Secretary of this Committee be and they arc hereby authorized to certify the names of all candidates, duly qualified, to the Secretary of State, and accompany same with the necessary remittance. There being no further business the Committee adjourned. C. M. Mathewes, CHAIRMAN ATTEST: Ragan D. Madden, secretary ltdw - May 30 - June 2 STATE OF LOUISIANA Audit report of Supervisor o Public Funds on the expenditures of the Assessor of Lincoln Parish for the year ended Decembr 31 1959 published as required by Re vised Statutes 39:1301. AMONG 230 DEGREES Five Ruston Students Awarded Honors At Tech Morning Graduation Exercise Five students fr6m Ruston were accorded hoftors Mon. morning among the 230 who received degrees dt Louisiana tech's Commencement. The graduation address was delivered by Major General William E, Eubank, Jr., deputy commander of the Second Aif Force at Barksdole Field. SALARIES; Assessor Deputies employees Office supplies and furnishing Other expenditures Total $ 7,200.00 31,450.00 2,400.00 1,460.04 4,996.67 $27,506.71 J. B. Lancaster, Supervisor of Public Funds /J i if \ TREE TRIMMING All Kinds of Tree Work CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE SUMRALL & STROZIER AL 5-3886 AL 5-5912 !„'!, This is tbe payoff, Either yow cay insurance company comes thiowgb with, fast claim service or it doesn't, If not, it's time fcnew thai State Farm Mutual gives fast, imperson, etown gerviee" wherever you cU-jve^with a force of 7,(>QQ career »genta on duty day and wght«4£eflt89tLm.e, about thin outstanding protection,, today J) ~ J, E. REEVES, Jr. 409 BONNIR ST, AL 5,0225— RUSTON ;I*TI r*i« >$tate Farm MjW Automobile Insurance Company! wwEiJ ItW - 01 RISER Riser, DuFour Go To DAY Meet At Shreveport By HENHY G. RISER Bob Dufour and this writer motored to Shreveport last week to attend the reception at the Shreveport Municipal Airport, of DAV National Commander Bijll! Frlb- ley, who is also speaker pro tem of the House of Representatives of the state of Kansas. Among the Shreveport dignitaries attending were Mayor Clyde E. Fant of Shreveport, Mayor Jake W. Cameron of Bossier City, and William K. Hinds, manager of the Vete- irans Administration Hospital in Shreveport. TV cameramen were there covering this event in detail. DAV National Commander Fribley made the following statement to newsmen at the airport, "The disabled veterans of America were honored, dined, and patted on the back right after the end of World War II, but today he is a 'forgotten man' the DAV is one organization that is 'dedicated to do something about this." He further stated, "I will take under serious consideration the re-opening of the DAV service office at the V.A. Hospital here in Shreveport. I will take the Shreveport situation up with the national claims officer in Cincinnati before a decision can be made; however, I feel confident we will ope'n up again." This was quite an interesting trip, and Bob Dufour is a nice fellow to make a trip of this kind with. Jackson Parish is going forward with their mile of Riser Road, We have waited a long time for this improvement, and we all appreciate what Lincoln Parish has clone and what Jackson Parish is now doing. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Springer and son Johnny from Arcadia were among those visiting Mr, Jack Riser last Sunday. Richard and Johnny brought Mr. Riser a few choice steaks from a 25-pound cat fish that they caught at Corney Lake. I have not noticed Jeff Lain down fishing in my pond lately, so I know from that the big bass are not biting; however, I have noticed Mr. John M- Armstrong, Sr. down trying his luck, but I can't ever find out whether he catches anything or not! Mrs. Dotty Ladner has some real pretty flowers that she is real proud of, and she likes for her friends to stop by and take a look at them when they are out riding on Riser Road. This weather has been real nice for those that have hay to put away in the barns for the cold weather next winter, but now that all the folks have their hay in we would like to have a good rain for the grass and flowers and gardens. Of interest to the dairymen down in the Riser Community is the purchase of the Pine Ridge Dairy owned by the Tarbuttons, by the Moncrief boys of Meadogold Dairies. The Moncrief boys were reared in the Riser Community and we are real proud of the success they have all made in life. We all wish them turther success in this ex- teo<Je4 venture, Graduating cunv'l&Ude from Ruston was Ronald W'. fcllerbe and Anne Oakes Tulen, Ellerbc also graduated with departmental honors in chemical engineering. Ruston students earning departmental honors were Mary Katherine Moore in English and French; John E. Shaver in accounting; and Shirley Jane Smith In French. All three of these students attended Ruston High School. Ranking highest in the senior class was Valleau Renee 1 Rosweber of Bastrop, who graduated summa cum laude. Others finishing with general honors were: Magna cum laude—Robert S. Allen, Marion; Fred G. DeLacer- da, Many; Alan J. DeVilbiss, Roanoke; and Carole Ann Sims, Lisbon. Cum laude—William S. Bundrick, Shreveport; Ronald W. Ellerbe, Ruston; George D. .Ezell, West Monroe; James E. Lock wood, Truxno; Tillman W. McDonald, Haynesville; Mary Katherine Moore, Ruslon; Rebecca Rae Ferryman, Minden; James Otis Reese, Jr., Franklinton; Nina Underwood Simmons, Jonesboro; Shirley Jane Smith, Farmerville; Sylvia C. Speer, Homer; Norma Iris Strother, Coushatta; Shirley Jean Toland, Bossier City; Anne Oakes Tuten, Ruston; Welby Gayle Ward, Lillie, and Reba Elizabeth Wiley, Shongaloo. Those graduating with departmental honors were: Jack D. Alexander II, Shreveport, mathematics; Robert S. Allen, Marion, forestry; Eugene H. Bergmann, Ruston, forestry; Waynette Brinson, Hodge, sociology; William S. Bundrick, Shreveport, zoology; Curtis V. Byram, Ruston, accounting; Willie T. Chevalier, Monroe, agricultural engineerilg; Hazel Crawley, Jonesboro, secretarial science. Alan J. DeVilbiss, Roanoke, electrical engineering; Larry R. Edwards, Bossier City, accounting; Ronald W. Ellerbe, Ruston, chemical engineering; George D. Ezell, West Monroe, electrical engineering; Jesse B. Holder, Gilbert, agronomy, botany, horticulture; David James, III, Minden, history; Margaret Lynn Lawrence, Pineville, English. Mary Katherine Moore, Ruston, education, English, French; Rebecca Rae Ferryman, Minden, education; Edith McDaniel Price, Winnfield, music; Valleau Renee CLAY Louise Westbrook Is Valedictorian By MRS. F. A. HINTON Post office in Clay was closed Monday, Memorial Day. Rev. V. L. Westbrook will be pastor of Clay and Ansley Methodist churches for his eighth year. Clay folks welcome Rev, Westbrook and family back. School children from Ruston and Quitman schools are enjoying their vacation but will be ready to return to school 'before school time. Congratulations are in order for Miss Louise Westbrook of Clay. Louise was Valedictorian of her class of Quitman High School Thursday night and also received American Legion award, and Best Typist award. Others from Clay getting their high school diplomas were Misses Sammie Defreese, Texie- Korn and Janette McMillian. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hinton and family and K. F. Oxford attended Miss Joy Kennedy's Twirling recital at Ruston High School auditorium Saturday night, Mrs. Paul Roaden and children Debbie, David and Donna of Union City, Ind. are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P, Willett. Mr. Willett is getting along nicely in a Jonesboro hospital. Dee and Kathy Clinton of Farmerville, age 6 and 3 and Miss Ora Belle Clinton of Ruston spent last week with Mrs. J. H. Kendall, Mr. and Mrs, David Clinton and Je'an visited in the Kendall home Sunday and the children returned home with them. Mrs. Edwin Haughton and children of Clay and Mrs. Nettie Bridger of Ruston visited in the home of Mrs, Bob Roberson and family of Vaile, La. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn NeavJlle were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Nix of Waterproof, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris and family of Mansfield were visitors during the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neaville. Sheila and Sharon Harris stayed over and will be guests of their grandparents, and Glenn and wife. Mr. and Mrs. F- A. Hinton visited Mr. and Mrs. pon Hinton anc family in their lovely home in Minden Friday night and Saturday anc attended the graduation of their grandson Donnie Hinton, who was Valedictorian of his class pi Winden High School. Mrs. Don Spencer and Mrs. nie Spencer visited Mrs. Alline Delony of Ruston Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs, gejjg Roberson of Vernon were afternoon guests Sun day of Mr. and Mrs. Homey Resweber, Bastrop, English; John E. Shaver, Ruston, accounting; Nina Underwood Simmons, JorfJS- boro, home economics; Carole Ann Sims, Lisbon, English, speech. Shirley Jane Smith, Ruston, French; Sylvia Caroline Speer, Homer, education; Shirley Jean Toland, Bossier City, English; Lyn Wall, Winnsboro, journalism; Welby Gayle Ward, Lillie, education; Reba Elizabeth Wiley, Shongaloo, art. WEST SIDE Mrs. Froscher Goes To Singing Meeting By MRS. E. L. BLACKWELDER Mrs. Allie Froscher visited her nephew, Rev. and Mrs. Jim Gray in Vienna last Saturday. She drove on to Bernice in the afternoon and spent the night with her sister, Mrs. Pearl Strickland. Next day, Sunday, they attended the Lincoln Union Parish Singing Convention at the Bernice High School from 10 to 12 o'clock. That afternoon she visited Mrs. Mattie Grafton and family, also Mrs. Mary Harris and daughter, Lavada. Mrs. Myra Griffin and grandson Wayne Gray motored to Shreveport Monday on a business trip. Mrs. Griffin's mother, Mrs. Griggs of Shreveport is spending the summer with her and her sister, Mrs. Willingham. Last Saturday she and Wayne and Mrs. Griggs visited Mrs. Griffith in Choudrant. Sunday Mrs. Griffin visited Mrs. Ervin Wilks and Mrs. Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blackwelder of Monroe visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Blackwedler Sunday afternoon. Sunday afternoon Rev. James Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Luke 31ackwelder and daughter stopped by to visit for a few minutes with Mr. Ruben Smith, Mr. Smith isn't leeling well at all. Mr. D. C. Noah and wife of Jonesboro visited his brother, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Noah. Mrs. Kavanaugh gave her pupils a party last Friday, the last day of school. She drove by and picked up Mrs. McAllester and Silvia, brought her two little boys, came over to our house. We had ice cream, cookies and cold drinks. She gave each child a little present. There were seven children here. The children were really sorry school was over. We 1 will miss having the teacher come by. THE LINCOLN FAMILY Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks were married by a Methodist minister by the name of Jesse Head, but shortly afterwards they united with one of the churches of Litiking-Locust, association of Regular Baptist in Kentucky. When Nancy Lincoln died in Indiana, Abraham, by his own efforts, had their Kentucky pastor, Edler David Elkins, to come to their wilderness home and preacher his mother's funeral. After Thomas Lincoln married Sally Bush Johnson he sent back to his Kentucky church for his letter of fellowship, and as the minutes on June 1, 1823 show, he united with the Pigeon Creek church by letter and his wife by experience. From that date until they moved to Illinois in 1830 their names appear frequently in the minutes of the church. Thomas being one of the pillars of the church acting as moderator on church committees to investigate the conduct of the brethren and sisters and a messenger to association bearing the letter of Pigeon Creek to her sister churches. Parish Lunchroom Workers Hold Annual Banquet The Lincoln Parish School Food Association held its annual banquet May 20 at the Tech Student Center. The banquet table held arrangements of pansies and other spring flowers. The menu consisted of baked ham, potatoes, green beans, fruit salad, strawberry cream pie, hot rolls, tea and coffee. Mrs. Guy Richards, of the Hillcrest School, who is retiring this year, was .presented a beautifu bowl of artificial flowers. The following officers were elected for the new year: Mrs. Pean Dring, president; Mrs. Victor Roberson, vice president; Mrs. J. L. Hogan, treasurer. Those attending the banquet were the lunchroom supervisor, Mrs. Verlie Heard; Mrs. Ruby Cole, Mrs. Annie N. Crump, Mrs. Jessie Ford, Mrs. Lena Bell Fos- ley sn4 M*' s - Harvey, Children's House Here Will Get Funds from Stale BATON ROUGE — (UPD- A bill including the Louisiana Children's House at Ruston as part of the Department of Hospitals Is ready to be signed into law. The Senate passed the measure last night and Governor Jlmmie Davis, who has labeled the bill an emergency, is expected to sign it immediately. The bill authorizes the hospitals department to use any unexpended funds appropriated this year to pay off an operation deficit at the Ruston Hospital. ROTC Cadets At Tech Get Commissions Eleven Louisiana Tech AF ROTC cadets, after having successfully completed four years of college and cadet training, were commissioned immediately following the graduation program at 10 a.m. Monday. The commissioning took place in the Little Theatre of Howard Auditorium. Gen. William E. Eubank, Jr.. Depuy Commander of the Second Air Force at Barksdale, the commencement speaker, was a special guest at the ROTC ceremony. Cadets becoming second lieutenants were Cadet Col. James W. Sartor, Jr., Vivian; Cadet Lt. Cols. Thomas L. Dubell, Ferriday; John W. Edwards, Ruston; Gary L. Richardson, Shreveport; Kerry E. Stokes, Shreveport; John W. Storment, Bastrop; Cadet Majors, Ronald W. Ellerbe, Crossett, Ark.; Harold H. McKinney, Jr., Winnfield; Edward J. Pohlman, III, Monroe; Milo E. Shearer. Jackson; and James B. Williams, Pineville. Cadet Col. James W. Cartor, Jr., and Cadet Major Milo E. Shearer were designated Distinguished AF ROTC graduate's, and, as a result of this honor and at their choosing, were awarded regular Air Force commissions. All of the newly commissioned officers will be entering on active duty in the U. S. Air Force within the next one to eight months. Nine will be in engineering or other technical fields and two will be in administrative fields. Presbyterian Group" Viifti Children's Home On May 22 the Junior Depart* ment of the First Presbyterian Church visited the Children's Home The juniors enjoying the trip and visit wetfe Edward Lipscomb, Jackie Boyd, Robert Moore, Henry Moore, Benny Denny, Joe Rostron, Bruce Gay, Susan Hall, Nancy Thompson, Carolyn Jenkins, Sharon Knight, Mary Lee Johnson, and Mary Andrews. The group carried neck-slides to IBs fcji nft if iafefa to &«8JJ 1 ; liefreshmeniS of Cokes, «*»»« and bubble gum were served to the children. . . .,„ A program was, presented oy the chairman, Jackie Boyd; Edward Llpscomb, assistant chairman, and Susm^l^Jreasurer* ~More than tnree-quarters of Missouri's 44.3 million acrs of land is devoted to farming. Newspapermen founded the Mis* souri Stale Historical Society more than 60 years aj-.c. Write: _y JIMMIE LOVE, Gen. Wgr., for your <_??% GULF COAST PLEASURE GUIDE Name .. Address. ;—— —— "• City Zone State . Be SPEASific,,. 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