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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

• '■ ' | íf 'I 'Hound . . Town HaundaJ&out WINTER TIMi l« dill ClwnkM County . . . Roundabout's rudy for him sunshiny days LLOYD PIPES, txictttiw vie* president of th* First Stat* Bank •t Rusk, is now the major stock holder in th* Crockett State Bank. The official announcement was made Monday. When Roundabout first hoard the news, the old boy was worried that Rusk would losa on* of its most valuable citizens . . . Lloyd is going to stay in Rusk and serve as Chairman of the Board and act in an advisory ca- pacity. Jim Rector of Gr**nvilf* is the now bank president at Crockett... From what Lloyd tells Roundabout, Rector is a vary ca- pable banker, so everyone is hap- py . . • ANOTHER NEW BUSINESS for Rusk will begin operations around May 15th. M. M. Swift of Long- view will open up a KAN Root- Beer Stand on north Main at the Y. Roundabout enjoyed a brief visit with the gentleman Wednes- day morning. He is married, and the father of two boys and one daughter. He hopos to move his f...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

PAM 2 THE CHEROKEEAN AWL u. i«t Buying Selling Renting Services Employment For Best HosaL read ano use the HSR DOCTORS BS6E VIEWING SANGER FILK TO SHOW HERE Rusk doctor have joined with, men" and "Self-examination oí the others in the county in urging I Breast,'' have received the unre- wofflm to see the two cancer con- j served approval of the Society and trol film scheduled to be shown birth have been recommended to fok sale FOR SALE: I have 12 lota, about • blocks from CourtOíuse. 1 block oí! Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. 1 will furnish pun- «"'i specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802 M L Carlisle. Kosk tfc-MI FOB SALE: Used television sets for sale. All sizes ano makes, at Rock Bottom prices. Guaranteed in good play in it order. Urda! Ra- i ía Company. Rusk, Hi MU 3 4046 FOR SALE 1948 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till- er; 825 truck tires and stocker cows Chesley Richards. Atoy. tfc-41 USED REFRIGERATORS /vN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

the cherokeean APRIL 23, 1W PAGE 3 Filth Merchants Feel Weight Of New Postal Laws—Dowdy Dear friends: The anti-obscenity laws I have sponsored since I have been your Congressman are daily proving their worth. Only a few days ago, postal officials in New York raid- ed three of the largest purveyors of this filth. Though the laws are new, several worthwhile convic- tions of filth-peddlers have re- sulted. This vicious trade, which caters to lust and exploits the youth of our land, is an enormous business, and extends to all corners of our nation, and even to all over the world. Christian people every- where are feeling repulsion. Even in France, usually considered most lax in this respect, a group of young editors and writers have spoken out that they have had enough scandal and indecency, and are seeking to revise morality. We must break the power of the multi-million dollar publishers who thrive on revenue from "liter- ature" which very definitely goes far beyond the border line of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

if THE CHEROKEEAN i Students Attend APRIL 23, IfSO - . Texas Production Special Program Is Planned Fot Fellowship Day on May 1 rvpj-K—May Fellowship Day which will be held May 1 to Jack- sonville at Trinity Episcopal Church. 1000 Sooth Jackson. will have as its theme. "How Much Is A special program is being plan ned under the chairman, Mrs T Tom Evans, and Mrs. James Mc Keown Mrs Walter Cook will be the organist and Mrs. John Horton will serve as taog leader Guest Speaker will be Mrs Clinton S. Quina of Richmond. Texas. United Church Women, a gen eral department of the National Council of Churches, believes that housewives who do the nation's .i hopping and home - planning In Use worship services prepared for May Fellowship Day. two fami lie* are juxtaposed One family la the "comfortable" family and the other is the deprived family Church women can help in this tragic world situation by cooperat- ing with other community groups C Watson assisted by Mrs. L D, | to farms about changes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

>9 of L*S Mr. ivid I BUI and fisit- frr in for and r of I here lMrs. | days now tends aeral 9ggie I Mrs. |r. T. Pit- T. loyd \nn, and sson, I Sim- pther, ird an, of C. 2ord, Mrs. rene I Fired and Jelle, ercy and reek- Col- Jgh- | Rusk pre- Fair p.m. Ar LIONS ELECT— (Continued from Page 1) ed, Ralph Roxelle, W. T. (Bill) Par rott, Oran Spence and Shelby Hood. Cany over directors now serving on the Board are Billy Ed- wards, Waymon Pierce. John Les- ter and M. C. (Dick) Dickerson. The officers-elect will be in- stalled in special ceremonies the latter part of June. Their duties officially begin July 1. RUSKITES^ (Continued from Page 1) Other key speakers include Dr. Joe Nichols, Atlanta; Dr. A. D. Folweiler, College Station; and F. C. Gragg. Camden, Ark. Clyde Thompson, president of the Texas Forestry Ass'n will preside. The public is invited. Society Concludes Study of Isaiah J'VILLE — The Woman's Socie- ty of Christian Service of St. John's Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN rw w «. " News Of Interest To WOMEN IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Miss Persons Is Farewell Party Complimented At Mondoy Honors Mexican Luncheon Mrs. Bruce Gotes A Mexican luncheon honoring Mrs Bruce Gates wa« com pi i- Mísí Patricia Person*. 3 50 grad mented with a coffee Monday af uate of Rusk Ki«h School, wa*| ternoun, April 20th from 3 to 5 h*id Saturday April 13th at 12:30 p.m. in Quinlon's Restaurant. Mrs. Jaro* H. FitU wa.« hostess for the lovely event- Guests included the honoree and her mother, Mrs Rob Persons, also Theresa Miller, Sue Banks, Martha Coker. Patricia Dodson, Linda Ray Williams. Randa Blunk. Beverly Musick. Sally Summers, Yvonne Wallace, Clenda White, and Linda CasMdy. The very attractive table decor- ations all came from Monterrey, Mexico. Centering the table wa* a large bowl of favors which were moroccos in various colors These were tied with ribbons which ex- tended to moroccan straw place mats Other table decorations were boy and girl figurines dressed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

NEWS OF INTEREST TO IX ill WOMEN Officers Elected At Country Club; Directors Named J'VILLE—Stockholders of the Jacksonville Country Club met at the Club House at 7:30 p.m. Tues- day to name six directors. A di- rectors' meei-ng followed for the election of a new slate of officers for the club. The six directors named are C. D. Acker, Jack McCarroll, J. H. Rounsaville, C. N. Trimble, Jerry Watson and John White. Carry- over directors are Hayden Brown, Hollis Duncan, Leroy Mallock, Dr. Collier Rucker, J. M. Toland and W. D. Standley. Jack McCarroll was elected president. Other officers elected are John White, first vice-presi- dent; Dr. Collier Rucker, second vice-president; Art Garrett, sec- retary-treasurer, and J. M. Toland, publicity director. Garrett states that committees have been named for the club's invitational golf tournament set for the third weekend in July. The committees will select their own chairmen. A local tournament chairman has not yet been named. The tentative op...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

I. «y fes PAOS • THE CHEROKEEAN am* 2S. im T IN JACKSONVILLE ... Council Okays Paving At Lake; Backs Area Weather Station XVHJUE — The City Council SI,900 The City will psy for the Monday night approved a contract work but will apply ita share of for surfacing a rood to connect proceeda from profita of the with the Lake Jacksonville con- concession stand to the cort cession atand, voted to contact Walter Cook, city manager, read Congressmen concerning a storm , a letter from Marshall H *>ngra, warning sutton and discuwed aj general manager of KLTV in Ty number of other items in an hour Jer. The letter, which was also sent to Congressmen and Senators, asked that a station of the United SUtes Weather Bureau be e*tab- in the upper long session This was the first meeting in which Carl Williams served as in terim mayor J D. Bearder. served? « hed somewhere a new councilman for place 5 R : Texas area. C. Buckner attended part f the Pengr* stated that, at present, meeting as a visitor s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 23, 199* PAGE flit sHH1 í is a ■ ■ w Maydelle New |Q Dialvilie By MINNI1 CONNER _ . p , , Seniors Feted Mi* iris Sherman spent the week end here. She brought her mother, Mrs. Kate Sherman home after a visit with her in Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Light of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Exell re- turned home Sunday after a week visit to their home in Franklin, Tennessee. They also visited in Malvern, Ark. Mesdames Mittie Rhodes and Willie Fletcher of Pal- estine visited the Melvin Fergu- sons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Luper spent Sunday with relatives in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. *W. H. Woodall of Arp, were Sunday afternoon visit- ors here. Mrs. Maud Bothwell is on the sick list this week. Mesdames Stella Hassell, Mollie Ezell and Effie Gill are patients in the Nan Travis hospital. Mrs. Nora Sanford and Miss Dixie Ford accompanied Mrs. Mil- dred Roach to the Rusk Memorial Hospital Sunday afternoon to see ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL M, 1999 SPORTS By JIM CARROLL By V*rn Sanford You'll find white ban fishing | st it finest just below Marble ■bout over I Fall* Dam Its at the bead of ■JSMMS"'¿SEL*>£ «r-ri- -rr,he co",r"to —I WeVe had a big busy year, following area team through their in Central Tf xas gridiron, basketball, track, baseball and other spring athletic " " 1 deavors. and we've seen a lot of progress. The kind of progress that shows up in men When high school students are continuously exposed to ciernen j ylttA {(,e fish are there in pro en- [ Several conditions combine to j make Marble Falls the white bass capital for a large part of the , angling population of Texas Ury democracy . . "and that certainly is one thin* | found numbers. sports boils down to . . its only natural that they Second, Marble Falls is in week- of the lessons learned in fun into the serious execut.on of the responsi ; ^ M Tn|U aJ bility of citixenship. . the *pot i* not far from the geo- So, well say here ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

INTERESTING FACTS Corsica, an island 100 miles o ti the French coast, is famed as the birthplace of Napoleon, Davy Jones is the popular name of sailors for an evil sea spirit or the devil generally. Cotton culture is thought to have originated in India -.bout 1500 B.C. —— — u HARDW A KB. o Mow*/ City Point o Plumbing Sop pi (0$ o Fithi*9 TeekU o Form Too/, o Bvllémtt Haré ma o Myor* W«&t SysNw * FIELDS, HEATH ¡ HARDWA Gosh-** just phoned ¡Hthst order | For service thafs fast and dependable, give us a try! Phone us for custom-MADr havouni motor oil, fire-chief gasoline, marfak lubricant and other fine texaco products. We deliver...and qulckl ) Any Texaco Station Let lis "POWER Your Farm with TEXACO PRODUCTS By Vorn San ford Texat Press Association AUSTIN,Tex—With just about three weeks left in the regular session, legislators will be under much pressure—to do many things and do them fast. Each day that passes without agreement on financial matters heightens the possibility of a s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

I II I A Family That Prays Together Stays Together RUSK CHURCHES SEVENTH-OA Y AOVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Ctrimr, Pastor la New Building cm Euclid St Sabbath School #30 a m. Wordup Service 11:00 Wed. Night Service 7: Bible Lessons illustrated with colored slides. ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor REV. J. A. GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJI.C. Friday — 2 pm. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A. Sen ice — 7pm., Saadat Evening Worship — 7:30 p.m.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lennle H. Webb. Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, i:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, 8 30 p.m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:15 Choir Practice. P 00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. borrow Sunday School, 9:43 am. Morning Worship. 11:00 am Training Union 8:30 Sun. Even. Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday Evening Services 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe ft. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service. 11 a.m. BTU, 7 p.m. Evening...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

Attend i : of Your Choice Siuunidla: JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES 'W. [ere is a young fellow just about ready for bed and a much deserved rest. Although he is still too young to do much more than sit in his chair, he is busy from early morning until night finding out this new world in which he is a very important member. e must rely upon his parents for food, warmth and pro- and from those parents he also experiences the wonderful J of family love. As we owe this child love and devotion, so owe him the right to grow up in a home where God is an ant part of family life. Do not deny your children the bene- jrod's love which He gives you through the church. Become ive part of your church. Enjoy the peace of mind that r church attendance can bring to you and to your family. © 1959, Coleman Adv. Serv., t. O. Box 4817, Dallas, Tool The Church it God' appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of . His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his ne...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGC é APRIL 23. 1999 THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN ESTAM.<SH*0 iWL T J, It47 AS THC PIOMCfk Rep. Glass Answers Criticism On Second District Attorney state Rep. W. W. Glass in his: we*k." CU* wrote, "at lea* be weekly legislative letter defends) "signed under pressure from the the Houseapproved bill creating members of the State Health a second District Attorney s office Board. for Angelina, Cherokee and Nacog "And his firing started in the, doches counties. . Committee on Appropriations, a Glass made his statements in an ™™ ttee <* "h*h 1 happen to be a member; however, I am not swer to criticism of the bill in; taking any credit here for his fir- fMUUU' " R°~- T"" Cm*,. At ,h« «am. , „ . .. MBS. E. H. WHITEHEAD OHire and BtuineM Manager He''th and 11 n Any erroneous reflection upot. the character, standing, or repu- Cherokee^ County Health Unit. UtioTof «y ptraon. firm, or corporation which may appear ta the i .Jhe three counties have two columns oí this newspaper will ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

Wt - '*■V-tt&á&í'iv;■:- tí Maydelle Resident Reports Tornado Strikes In Area EFFECTS of what was described os a tornado ara pointed out by Willie Nash of Maydelle, who said the storm struck his place on the edge of Maydelle about 12:15 Sunday. A LOT FULL OF GOOD, CLEAN USED CARS FOR SALE! Take your pick! Model, color, price! We've got one to meet your needs! Don't Buy Until You've Talked To U ! "For The Best Cars At The Lowest Prices" SGG J. C. WILLIAMS at the TEXACO STATION- DOWNTOWN RUSK Phone MU 3-4444 What was described as a tornado did only minor damage in the Maydelle community Sunday. Dam- age was confined to approximately a half acre on and around the Willie Nash home on the western edge of Maydelle. The wind struck shortly after noon, overturning several out- buildings and blew over trees on Nash's and Lessie Clippers' pro- perty. Nash said he did not sight a fun- nel but he judged by the effects of the storm that it was a tornado that dipped down momentarily. It se...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 April 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN íSiS PAGE • APRIL 23. lfSf Cherokee County Pastures Entering Fast-Growth Stage i Elton Grisham, Rutk, is shown with a tino oxomplo of good stubble mulch («rmMf. Proper handling of crop residuo is o no of tho key conservation prácticos in tho Cherokee County S. C. D. SCO Photo. Factures in the Cherokee County Soil Conservation District are he ginning to make fast growth so now is the time to get soil samples made and fertilizer that is recom- mended applied The grasses and legumes can store up food now in the root system to use when the dry season of the year comes This will guarantee a better supply of forage for cattle when it is needed most. Technicians of the Soil Conserv- ation Service assisted the Voca- tional Agriculture Teacher of the Cherokee County SCD with a Land Judging Contest for the F. F A boys. This contest is sponsored by interest being taken in our soil and its relation to the well being of man Cooperators with the Cherokee County SCD who have planted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

•If' : i 'Hound . . . Town 9ítí& Haunda&aut ¡P%°fihn « Bo* 80(;a «• ft MENTAL HEALTH WEEK in Rusk finds the Rusk State Hospital railing out Mw welcoming mat for hundreds of visitors in its annual VOLUME 111 Opon Mouse observarte* . . . This is an event that moans a groat deal to Rusk, but ifll mean a lot more to folks who take the opportunity to see for themselves what this fine institution is doing. . . The State Hospital people will appre- ciate it, and you'll find it quite interesting and educational . . . COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facili- ties of Rusk and Jacksonville agen cíes in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18¿7 Serving The Greater Rusk Trade Area cor MP PER COPY 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS APRIL 30, 1959 NUMBER 45 RSH Prepares lor2000Visitors This Week Mental illness is the nation's number one health problem and it is no respecter of person ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment BestResüíi READ AND USE THS FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 loU. about 6 blocks from Coarta rase, 1 block all Palestine St. All utilities Will build you a home on one of tbem. I will furnish pians. *fa specifica- tions and help you u> finance. Phone MU 3-2802 M U Carlisle. 2)0 s ¿¿l(l Rusk tfc-28 SALE Diamond* Watches Gifts 20% to 50% Of* See us before you buy. Summers Jewelry Jacksonville jtfc-28 FOR SALE Used television set* for sale. All sizes ana makes, at Rock Bottom price . Guaranteed in good playing order Urdal Ra- dio Company, Rusk, Ph. MU 3-Í 4046 tfc-43 FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till- er; 825 truck tires and stacker cows. Chesley Richards, A toy. i tfc-411 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New brick homes in Crertview addi Surplus Specials Houm Paint $2.95, Fire i** Hnyunh.rt $4,95, Army Shoes $3.95, Boating and Fishing Equipment Tools and Tar Paul ¡us Surplus Sales 107 W. Rusk Jacksonville WATCH REPAIR *o r ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

lut CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 This happy half-dozen will lead the cheering section next year for Rusk High School. Elected cheer- leaders for the 1959-60 year are, from left, Gwen Goff, Judy Ramey, Faye Birkelbach, Betty Tidrow, Mary Maitland and Wanda Westbrook. First Baptist Honor Seniors Monday Evening The Board of Trustees of Lon J'VILLE — The First Baptist 1 Morris College announced Monday Church honored its graduating sen- that the new cafeteria-student cen- iors with a banquet Monday night ter wil! be named Scurlock Center at 7 in U II X in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. at 7 in the dining hall of the o • , , .. ^ i . . Scurlock of Houston. Mr. Scurlock church. The Ruth Circle of the Wo- js a member of the LMC Board and men's Missionary Auxiliary were serves on the Board of Directors in charge of the arrangements. °f the National Bank of Commerce Mrs. Grady Rountree is their presi- 1 oi Houston. He has also served on dent ! the building committee of the col- Í lege. Rev. Harold Brunson ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

I AGE THE CHEROKEEAN 4 APRIL 30, Ml SPORTS By JIM CARROLL There ar* a number of shrewd character in the boxing business But youH have to look far and wide to find a «harper personally than the colorful Coa D'Amato, manager of the world heavyweight. Floyd Patterson Through D'Amato' cautious guidance, and because of the man- ager's considerable sense of business timing, Patterson finds himself ; in * not too disappointing position As a matter of fact, if he doesn't duplicate Joe I-ouis" remarkable feat of squandering his income that mounted up to $$$M, floyd should be in a position to guarantee his family's livelihood from here on out. Have a look at what the graying, paunchy leather boss has con- ceived. First, he let demand for a heavy-weight championship bout grow unt¡l the clamor -vas good for priceless pages of publicity And all the while, Patterson bad no fights scheduled, nor was he anxious, appar- ; ently to *et a date. Then finally, about two months ago. the promoting busines...

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