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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

a i, d g I- )• o g GIGANTIC COLOSSAL We have had our face lifted. We have redecorated - installed new light fixtures-dusted-scrubbed-lowered prices-so we a r e now ready to show our appreciation for the acceptance that has been given us by having a GIGANTIC Remodeling SALE!! Come one - come all. FREE! 30 Baskets Of Groceries Worth approximately $10.00 each; register each time you are in the store. Drawing Saturday, June 4 at 7 p.m. Admir- ation coffee served all day Saturday. Free suckers for t h e Kiddies. Free cotton candy all day Saturday. ORANGEADE '/a a 25' PINTOBEANS 2 27' SANDWICHESHAM 10' SHORTENING 3 £59" € (J DOMINO or IMPERIAL IOSd.99* ^ || STARKIST 4 sí $i°° MELLORINE ~ 'A & 39' ADMIRATION jj LB PKG I I FLOUR LIGHT CRUST 5 lbbox 39' 25 EXTRA S&H Green Stamps with purchase of E a c h gnllcr: of Cabell's Homogenized Milk. 25 EXTRA S&H Green Stamps with purchase of E a c h \'i gallon of Cabell's Orangeade. r D V r D C FREDDY'S r K T En) gradea ¡ 29* ^ ^ ^ - DECK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

Gadgets-Recipe Shower Forest Miss Meyers Is Honored Compliment Bride-To-Be News Af C°ke party Tuesday One oí the many beautiful p*r ties given for Miss lleth Meyers, ! ride-elect of Jim Hob Coker, was the buffet, gadget, recipe shower at which Mrs. Donald Clayton, Jr and her mother. Mrs Mildred Gib- son, entertained Monday evening. May 30th at the home of Mrs Hen- ry Moseley, mother and grand- mother of the hostesses The guests were graciously wel comed by Mrs (' lit) ton and Mrs Gibson. The reception rooms were beau tifully decorated in summer flow- ers, symbolizing the Early An.er ican period. The color theme of yellow, purple, white and red was accentuated throughout the hos- pitable home In the dining room, the table covered with a yellow linen cloth was centered with brass com pote arrangement of yellow gladi- oli, purple alters, purple larkspur. gardenias, and red geraru flanked by brass candle holding tall lighted yellow MISS CHAJÜ.OTTK HENDRICKS white ums, sticks tapers Foll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

Course In Tractor Maintenance Set By Rusk, Maydelle Schools A tractor maintenance short course for adult farmers will be held June 13 17 inclusive, under the sponsorship of Rusk and May- delle hiüh schools vocational agri- culture departments, superintend- ents and vo-ag teachers of the two schools have announced. T Harold Wiedemann, tractor maintenance specialist with the Vocational Agriculture Division of the Texas Education Agency and the Department of Agricultural j Engineering at Texas A&M, will be the instructor for the course. The short course has been de- scribed as an outstanding success, area vo-ag supervisor Jeff Davis of Crockett dtvlared. Davis" office makes the arrangements for the i course. The local course will be held at the Husk school and is scheduled j to begin on Monday, June 13 at: 7:30 p.m. in the agriculture depart- ment. The series of meetings will | continue for five days. During those j days, Wiedemann will be available to assist farmers with individua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN FORMER RUSK PAGE 2 JUNE 2, 1960 «V-jW. ' Citizen Is Recognized NEW OJ 1* l( 'Kits of the- Bu.Hirie H ami I'rolV nional Woman's ' lul> of Rusk were in- stalled by Mrs. Hernia- Looney, above left, la t Thur-i-fay evenirijtr They are, in the usual order, Louise Alexander, president; Essie: Ma iden, first v ee-f reaiilent ; Wanda (rood man, second vi 'c-pre ¡dent; Matidie Mu.-ick, recording .w n-fc ¿.ry; Ülanche Twibell, correspfirid- in# secret in y ; Lena Hell Pirtle, landing in f >r Mab'Ie líorn, t rea u r < • r , and Marion Mai lard, parliamentarian. B&PW Club Officers Installed Thurs. Mrs Louise Alexander was in- stalled a.s president of the Husk Business and Professional Wr> men * Club Thursday rnt:ht in spec lal ceremonit . .it Quiftton's Ifc,t aurant Mrs Be mi ce Looney club rnern her and installiníí officer carried out a service therne, u-.int; as her symbol* the mirror, urging each to rememlx-r that a mirror 'reflect ," rather than absorbs" As sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 1. 1960 PAGE 3 Elected Treasurer Of State Bankers Ass'n At Ft. Worth Stop! Shop! Save! At Mathews-Miller Department Store E. R. Gregg, president of Citi- zens State Bank, was recently elected treasurer of the Texas Bankers Association. The honor tame in the closing moments of •he 76th annual Convention of the l'BA in Kort Worth May 17th. A native of this city, he began his banking career as assistant ashier of the First National Bank ■( Rusk from 1914 to 1920. From that year until 1947 he held the position of vice-president, Citizens State Bank, and has since served ,.> its president. Mr Gregg is a graduate of Sou- thwestern University at George- town He is an active leader in the First Methodist Church, and has aho been a member of the Rusk Kiwanis Club for 36 years. He is married to the former Helena Matthews. Their daughter, Mrs. \\ alter Meyers, is a resident ot this city, nnd their son, E. R. Gregg, Jr. is executive vice presi- dent of the Texas Bank &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN HM EIGHT -"JNi Í. >«0 Kiwanians Praised For Support Of Scout Prog. The regular meeting of the Rusk Ktwiius Club was held at Tuesday noon. May 31. at the Texas Cafe, with Presidan! Bill Davis, presi- ding Visitors present at the meeting were Tracy Cawthon of Henderson, and E. S. Vaughn of Jacksonville, representing the Boy Scout work in this East Texas Area Tom Sar tain of the local scout committee also was present. Mr (.'awthon commended the Rusk club for it* .sponsoring the vnut program and made spe^l mention of Ralph Travis as ioc¿l Scout Master for his outstanding work iri that capacity The program was presented by Bill Davis, who displayed a sample group of slides from ,i em's en titled Good Government He told of non partisan work being done by business and industrial leader* to encourage increased individual Son Of Mrs. S. L. Hudson Dies Sunday C. W Hudson, who rose from motorman to a chief executive of the Dallas Transit Company dur- ing his 35 years of servi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

Court Upholds County's Precinct 3 Condemnation As It Denies Injunction The county's right to condemn and construct a new Precinct 3 road was upheld in 145th District Court Thursday. Mrs. Mary McDon- ald's application for a temporary injunction restraining the county from going on her property was denied by District Judge James H. Moore after close onto nine hours of testimony and argument. Judge Moore affirmed the coun- ty's condemnation proceedings as he summed up the day-long session about 7 p.m. last Thursday. A H. Summers, attorney for the complainant. Mrs Mary McDonald, petitioned the injunction on the basis of what he allegad were un- satisfactory descriptions of the be- ginning and ending of the pro- posed road and other allegations. He argued that the descriptions given in the report by the Jury of i View and that used by the Coinmis- j sioners Court were not sufficient for determining the t w o points 'with definiteness. Therefore, he held, the condemnation proceed- j ings ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

PAGE TWO JUNE 2, 1940 austin highlights CHEROKEE YESTERYEARS The Cherokeean TEXAS fípRÍTSjE] ASSOCIATION '59 Legislative Sessions Cost State5 2.7 M i 11 i o n p ° ub" fn s B up ú n c"b o s J" e tc °" t H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN MRS E R WHITEHEAD mj*É° Editor and Publinber News Editor Office and Business Manager Entered as aecond clans matter at the poatofflce at Ruaai. Teiaa ander Act of March 3. 18T0 Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected opon being brought to the attention of th* publisher SUBS cription rates Six Months in County One Year in County Six Month.* Out of County One Year Out of County $175 $3.00 $2 25 $4 00 Editorials This One Counts Too Important decision ty'g electors. Voters rnu unlay. Of course, nobody '• that flockcH to the poll- the run-off vote may tv a irrv>nth earlier. But this fart should ballot. This vote will be one...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

he ied >40 ers to ted en- nk- at )36 I ROVEN EACE FFICER RE-ELECT CHEROKEE COUNTY mmiM ALLEN DOTSOI RETURN A MAN TO OFFICE OF SHERIFF WHO GETS THE JOB DONE! ALLEN DOTSON has refused to engage in political hodge-podge in his campaign for re-election as Sheriff. He has re- fused to try to mislead the people. He has too much respect for the good people of Cherokee County to insult their intelli- gence with wild claims, promises and unproved and unsupported propaganda. That's Why He Bases His Request For Re-election On Three Things: 1. EXPERIENCE AS A PEACE OFFICER (Nine years as a deputy sheriff and six years as a sheriff.) 2. QUALIFICATIONS (Graduate of New Summerfield High School, Jacksonville College, Sam Houston State College, B. A. degree, eight years as a school teacher) 3. RECORD (Clean county with minimum of law violations. Bootleggers, burglars, gomblers and others avoid Cherokee County. Grand jury indictments kept at a minimum.) ELECT LLEN OTSON HERIFF Paid Political Adv. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

HKTION YEAR CUSTOM Politicking With U.S. Treasury By Carl Cooper East Tt* s Chamber of Comm«rc« This 15 an election year and in election years there is a tendency on the part oí our lawmakers to wave increased benefit legislation before the %oter* That is exactly what is happening in Congress to- day This week five big measurr-s are scheduled to come up for congress lonal action Attention will be given, either in committee or floor action, to depressed areas, housing f,rst nuy legislation, medical carc of the of supply an,¡ (| solutions to |ar{,(.r outia ., of tax money system pro- aged, school aid and minimum wage. These measures have an ap- peal to voters in practically every walk of life They are paraded be fore Congress as part of the nat ion's public services and as a help to needy persons Can Federal legislation on these subjects solve the various pro blems-* More than likely it canno' drain on the tax dollar . if similar events of the past even greater What cari THE FARM PROB...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

|nary) H |Jame« :bool roi-sfaip ininK Ser. lorship | Service fight night of :ch LE leh 1 ror |m. a a. o. P* londajg) ay«) 7:00 :00 p.®. Ira. rch a.m. I.IXL p:30 p.m. p.m. Ihurch | a.m. 6:00 | p.m. i.m. Phurch rge i.m. PM Ü Jacksonville & Area Churches 1 7h« Church it God's oppoinlid 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 neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and participate in the Church because it tells the truth obout man's life, death and destiny; the truth which alone will set him free to live os a child of God. r BEGINNING., * A new «fe together * * «w of Jhar|n9 * A ne...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE # Ad CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Car For Sale MIKE CASSIDY Sunday, June 5, 1960 OUR BANKER SAYS SELL One or All WE OFFER 4 PRODUCTS OF THE Chrysler Motor Co. 12 PRODUCTS OF THE Ford Motor Co. 5 PRODUCTS OF General Motors PRICES START AT $175.00 SOME SHARP SOME NICE SOME JUST CARS McElmurry Motors Mercury-Convt U. 3. Royal Tire •01 E. Rusk Phone 6298 Jacksonville JUNE CRVSUP Sunday, Juna J, I960 USED CARS 19S4 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9-fuMntcr Station Wagon V-8, radio, heater, automatic trans- minion. Blua finish. A terrific buy at . . $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitehall tire , radio, heat- rr. Must move and will go at just . . . $295.00 1959 FORD PICKUP Light grean. 6 cylinder, over driva. One owner. Price . . . $1395.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two tone, good white tirei, radio and heater, raal claan. $1045.00 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light bl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE ? JUNE 2, 1960 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS I960 USED CAR MARKET LOADED WITH BARGAINS Today's used car buyer will find the best bargains since 1955-56, according to Changing Times, the Kiplinger Magazine. An article in the current issue of the magazine notes that deal- ers' inventories are high, and prices are the lowest in several years. Indications are that 1960 will be a big new car year, and used cars sell in the ratio of 2:1 to new cars. When new cars sell well, dealers are loaded with trade-ins, and there's no way to cut back • production'" when supplies get loo high. The only thing to do is lower prices to increase demand, and the magazine predicts many new-car dealers will do that, part- icularly in May and June. In addition, the article states, the U. S. compacts and imports priced at $2,000 or less are push- ing down used car prices. Best buys, say the editors of the magazine, include many of the three-year-olds which will be sell- inn for around $1,000 th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

OF ■% STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1st Formerly TREADWELLS ALTO, TEXAS CANNON FAMOUS TOWELS $1 3 for 1* CANNON PERCALE SHEETS $ PILLOWCASES 2 FOR $1.00 225 81x108 CANNON MUSLIN SHEETS Muslin PILLOWCASES 6 FOR 52.00 3f«> MAGIC VISIT OUR $ TABLE FOR LUCKY BARGAINS GREAT ARRAY OF Ladies SHOES Styl es For Every Taste V2 PRICE Ladies', Children's Ladies MEN'S Seamless U. S. KEDS HOSIERY For Work or Play $2. For 3 Pairs l/j PRICE LADIES - CHILDRENS NEW DRESSES \0^ y2 PRICE WIDE SELECTION MEN'S & BOYS' WASH & WEAR . FOR PLEASURE & PLAY A 7 Pants - Ivy Leagues Choice 2. AFTER WEEKS OF PLANNING AND FRANTIC EFFORT-WE HAVE AT LAST COMPLETED THE PRICE SLASHING AND GROUPING OFthe $100,000.00 STOCK of NEW CRISPY- FRESH MERCHANDISE AND ARE READY WITH THE GREATEST SALE OF EXCELLENT QUALITY GOODS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! NEVER SUCH CHOICE NEVER SUCH PRICES THRIFTY SHOPPERS WILL HAVE A JUBILEE BUY FOR NOW OR LATER USE AT THESE LOWEST PRICES POSSIBLE! COME EARLY While Selections Are Unb...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

las Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT SERGI STRIPLING, 23 year old son of DR. and MRS. C. 11. STRIP- LING, joined the local police force Monday. He will work during vac- ations SERGI took the Tyler Pol- ice Department Civil Service Ex- amination recently and made a score of 99 80 . Firemen GEORGE JACKSON. JR., JERRY HABERLE and DOYLE CLAIBORNE made- it for coffee after the fire Tuesday morning . . . Cast your ballot Sat- urday. June 4th. A FLAG was flying from the pole in the City Park, Monday, for the first time in years, thanks to the I VFW, RICHARD LEWIS and L. 1L SMITH. In the DOGHOUSE, | DANNY POPE, for putting his future bride's picture in the wrong box ... Be sure to vote for your favorite candidate on Saturday. The government taking bids on all air conditioning of the local post office according to MARION M. SEYMOl'R, local post master . . PATSY WEST, just from the University...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

First National Bank Honors Graduates Of Local Schools The First National Bank hon- Mae Moore, B A King, Jr, Helen or*d the ten Seniors having the Janice Patton, Barbara Joan Mer- highest averages in the Jackson- nil, David Mack McCord, John vtlle High School graduating clas* Timothy Murphy. Patncia Ann and their dates with a swimming f wer> Patricia Anne Cornelison, party and dinner at the Holiday Charlotte Anne Champion, Mary Inn in Tyler, Texas Thursday, Alice Ward Way 2<5th Others attending from Rusk Acting as hostess for the Bank WPri. Mr and Mrs IJoyd Pipes Mrs Grace Holcomb met the Sen Those attending from Frank«ton iors and their dates at 2 oclo^k Were Mr and Mrs Jones and Mr at dressing rooms and sitting .\walt, Superintendent of Schools rooms which had been arrange^ at Frankston in addition to the en for until the dinnwr hour at / p m terfainers and honorees Those at- This year the honor graduates tending from Jacksonville in ad- from RusJt and Frankston met the ^itio...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

■ Harpooning Manta Rays Rare Sport OUTDOORS IN TEXAS By Vern Sanford An Oklahoma friend of mine, Range Cloyd, Jr., now a Mexico City businessman, recently told me of his adventures in an exciting sport. Second, they attached a light line to the handle end of the harpoon. The boats these fishermen used were old, primitive dugout canoe- type craft, made by the natives from trunks of trees. At first Range was wary about Strangely enough. Range hap- going out in this small, crude craft, pened to be on his honeymoon' especially after hearing the tales when his opportunity for manta of how the huge manta rays, ray harpooning appeared. So he weighing several tons, were known and his wife both participated in to jump as high as 15 feet out of the manta ray hunt. the water during the mating sca- On arriving at Papanoa, Mexico, son located on the Pacific Coast, they Nevertheless, the Cloyds proced- found the fishermen enraged over ed t0 J°in the Rroup and here is the arrival in their waters o...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 2, 1960 Concurrently, Baseball And WeatherWarm By J. P rrin Willi . Jusl yesterday we asked Jim Carroll to writ* the baseball news for us this week—Well Jim said he would, but when the scores be gan to come in with the one big upset oí the week, we just could not ke«p our mouth shut and, as long as we are going to talk about it, we might just as well do a little writing So here it comes It was the game between Athene and Mt En- terprise-Foster pitching for Ath ens and Hunt for Mt Enterprise Foster was the losing pitcher and Hunt the winner score Athens 11 Mt Enterprise 14 Both teams did a good job hitting, this the scores show Hut the OIJ) VV'If.l) CAT of the Sard is cats had told me Hunt, though only If , had the makings of the best pitcher he had ever seen We all know Jesse Mlddleton knows what he i-, talk ing about He is one of the best managers in the league That game tied Athens, and Mt Enter prise in league standing The gamo between Sardi-i and Ku.sk...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

Food Sense — Not Nonsense m, r komphki 4 It's Bigger Than Both of Us When one and one add up to more than two, it perplexes chick, child, or chief. Unlike the hen hatching twins from one egg, nutrí tion scientists recognize a Bonus when they see one. They have look d to protein from animal sources as the ideal for growth and lis lie building. Now, as they experiment in adding foods together to lind the best diet for man, they come up with this plus value: Ai. mals grow better when their food contains protein from both animal and plant sources. Animals do not grow as well when the protein is from one source alone. At a recent nutrition conference, Dr. Leo Friedman, Nutrition Division of the Food and Drug Administration, told the why of this Nutritionists are concerned not so much with the quality of one particular food a3 with the quality of the whole meal. And, he added, the total value of the whole meal may be much greater when protein comes from both animal and plant sources ... g...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

WHAT A BUY WHEN YOU subscribe To The Cherokeean or The Star Journal YOU GET LOCAL NEWS LOCAL PICTURES COUNTY NEWS YOU'LL BE reading the most popular newspaper IN cherokee county Only $3.00 a year in the county — This Is Not A Contest Or A Gimic IT IS JUST A MONEY SAVER FOR YOU subscribe or renew your subscription TO THE cherokeean or star journal and receive FREE a ridiculous classified ad I IlLL UP TO 20 WORDS FOR ONE WEEK write your own copy For Your Free RIDICULOUS CLASSIFIED AD or we will write it for you. watch for the ridiculous ads on the Classified Page under this Heading THESE ARE RIDICULOUS Wk tr W read These ridiculous ads You will find bargains galore A Day to... Make Money Think of the Odds and Ends You have-Don't Need that will Sell with a want ad ... The Following List May Give You Some Ideas Beds and Books, Bikes and Bats Toys and Trunks, Trains and Tracks Uniforms and Monkey Suits Fishing Tackle, Wading Boots Motorcycles, Microphones Movie Cameras, Metronomes Farmer...

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