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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

JUNE 4, 195 THE CHEROKEEAN PACI 1 Cherokeean To Publish Kids Pictures In Contest Soon Hie Cherokeean in cooperation with Winston B. Lucas of Irving are again sponsoring this newspa- per's big Child Photograph Contest. Mr. Lucas will be at the Rusk Ho- tel, Friday, June 12th from 10 a. ra. to 6 p.m. for the purpose of tak- ing pictures in this vicinity. In addition to having the young- sters pictures published in the Cherokeean, the children will be competing for $18.20 in prizes which are being offered the three best photographs of the day The pictures are made absolutely free of charge, and there is no charge for publication in The Cherokeean. However, proofs will be shown, and from these you may select the! photograph of your child which, you wish to appear in the paper. Extra photographs may be purch- ased, but no purchase is necessary ¡ for your child's picture to be print ed in the Cherokeean, or for him to enter the contest. Purchase of, photographs is entirely up to the paren...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 JUNE 4. tfS* ¡H£^ÍGllu^ygÍT-frá^a t'Cd TBE USUAL SUMM CM 86 " N6 GARDEN SPRA 2 weeks. ^ f>OU CAN START S TO PtñNT AS LATE AS M/D- -"5 i* "JjUNB CTART §Já.¡ wrm ROOT Z2J cum nos. 7& K£€P PLANTS BUS*JVt NIP our TUB TIPS OF BLANCHES UUWL AUG IZT. feeo WITH mmVG<9~QIB UQUIP PLANT roop E\>ERJ , „ „ MONTH UNTIL COLOR. APPBAPS IN TUG buds PIR3T SHCM/H IN AMERICA IM (046 ATA PHILADELPHIA RjCWERSHOW BREEDERS WAVE DEVELOPED MAHV N&W TV^ES SINCE twem toda/ twey RANGE PROM VERY LAR&E, TO, TIHV BUTTONS, ALL COLORS" BUT BLUE. r'/MC TP rrncu cx/r rut f ¿H T 4 to Pi HC>t MCr iv ) U *H **FASIIIIIN: U.S.A.** ——i '■-* ■ ■f"1 ■-> fl« h tnn. Dwlxt ni C . £AER\BOD1i GETS IN THE ACT whm a rook out i* on the f amily «prora jurt add to the fun I)ad an the hack 51' . P**y* 'be MWlar role, but Mom and Sister help out, too. ror this oft-repeated hot weather «cene Fashion "cook up" eome- "f rr-ully «portal this year! TI three duirartere make their roí** ornamenta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

PITCHIN' WITH Forest Newt A. L. Odom Mrs. W. L. Harrison and Mat tie nr n D I k.1 °dom were business visitors in rtKKIN R«sk Monday. . . _ . Mrs. Erma Hendrix of Arling- By J. Pwthi Willis ton jg sending a few days at her We had some mignty good ball, home here. games in the Tri-County league 5ír- and Mrs B- Ramsey of May 31. But there were also some Hu"¡> *** *¡ week with Mr surprises which went the wronX '"¿"u Zv. We really looked for a real ! ™ hav* ^hearing a new game of ball between Mt. Enter "Ckot l" Forest the. ast '®w (,a^s prise and Rusk, after Mt. Enter Jhe dnll.ng of an oil well on the prise had boater Frankston May ^ ^>ss place; don t know yet, urh'it thai'1! I fmH 24, 4 to 0. We did see some won- what they'll find. derful pitching by Ray BerryhilL Mr ,and Mrs- * L 0dom and for Rusk. He had what it took to s°ns l arr>' and Gary Fortenberry, beat a good team, and did-Rusk of Norland spent the week end ->1 Mt Enterprise 1 W1,h The C A 0dom famil>' " It was o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

FAGC * THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 4, IW Summer Hours Begin at J'ville Library; More Titles Added J'VILLE — The iummrr season h>rary shelve , according to Mr* will be marked at the Jacksonville ] Lee G Carter, librarian Pubhr Library with thorter hour* more books added to the !i- Amos Deere Joins J'ville Police Force YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that Amos Deere, Jr., of Cleveland. Tei, was sworn into the Jack*on ville police force Tuesday morn ing. He will work part • time through the vacation period this lummfr, state* Police fhief Ham Summer hours began thi* week! Bollinger. at the library The library will Deere hat had some previous be open from 8 am until 1 p m. experience in law enforcement Monday through Saturday until Bollinger adder! September I. Mr*. Carter states. © Si* new detective books were added to th/- shelves this week j They are "The Buttercup fase," a Random House mystery about Pat and Jean Abbott, by Frances ' Crone; "Hate for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

axe IIa" OU/t Door Prizes! Refreíh men* ! Special Low Prices! ham) opening V* CELEBRATION mm. FRIDAY & SATURDAY LIT! 1031 S. Jackson EAST TEXAS' FINEST AND MOST MODERN Drive-In Grocery TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE BIG PRIZES EACH DAY Nothing to Buy. You Don't Have To Be Present To Win. Just Come In And Register. DRAWINGS EACH DAY 7:30 P.M. rnrt GIFTS FOR rKtc THE KIDS . : .vV ; Mf* m FEATURING BIG STATE MILK FROZEN FOODS VEGETABLES - FRUITS - JUICES PREMIUM MEATS-MEAT PIES T-V DINNERS - FRUIT PIES FOREMOST MILK FAMOUS BAR-B-QUE KING CHICKEN - RIBS - MEATS - LINKS CARNATION ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS - SHERBERTS - NOVELTIES ICE CREAM CAKES-NUT ROLLS SPECIALTIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS REFRIGERATED PRODUCE GARDEN FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES A vacado - Green Peat - Green Beans Home Grown Tomatoes Celery - Cantaloupe* • New Potatoes Golden Ripe Bananas DRUGS — MAGAZINES GROCERIES PICNIC SUPPLIES ICE - CHARCOAL COLD DRINKS-PAPER SUPPLIES FRESH MEATS CHA Jacksonville 'M-4 k 5§ fi Br OPEN 7 DAYS A WEE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN *AGE • JUNK 4, 1959 Construction Up in Jacksonville; May Permits Over $79,000 J*VILJLE—Estimated cost of eon May 13, Edith Parker. Lake Spr fmiction for which building per 1Dgll Addition, Uke Jacksonville; mils, were issued in May totaled {M¡r foom frame houM., $5 000; $79-250 for one family bouses and other structure, and >4.400 for - «k* * •••* ™*r*ctor additions and alterations to May 13. Jack Williams. 1527 houwi and apartments, according Quevada Street; one-room addition to figure* released by Errnis Bol- (f) ^,1^, frame, $400 too. building inspector for the Ma>. ,R s A Norman. 750 South City of Jacksonville. Jackson four room brick house, Building were issued for con- $10,000, J. A. Staton. contractor, srruction as follows May 22. J W Waites, Hender- Ma- 4. Bush & Bailey Oil Com son Street, six room brick veneer pany, 527 West Larissa Street, house. $15.000; J W Waites. con OoerofltB bnck commercial build tractor ing $7 500. Tom Covington con May 22 I....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

Kher in loam alias. |wed- and I with Mrs. the |rown- bón- of Ann and | fruit juth- Ipeas, Iravy, 1 pick- rack- lunch- I num- lining fnting loree's Jo the |. The Ikages ly and l°y had orning Jack- he en- trough Special pray- lurch. SUte lursday ¡velady visit- Love- lay. los SALE STARTS Mon. Morning June 1 Through SATURDAY JUNE 6th hoi cfuemet/uft a tááte-packed Free5000 S&H Green Stamps nothing to buy just register at piggly wiggly drawing to be held sat. night, june 6 GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Golden Ripe Bananas Vine Ripened CANTALOUPES Vine Ripened TOMATOES SHORTENING HUMKO 3 Lb. Can 69 15 Imperial Cane SUGAR 10 Pounds 89 *' 4lÍÍÍf~~'ÍHiÍi 'IB'1 All during the month the best dairy-foods manufacturers are featuring exceptional values in finest dairy food* . . . milk, eggs, cheeses, ice cream . . . all the healthful, appetite-tempting dairy foods that your family NEEDS and LIKES! Piggly Wiggly is starting June off with its own dairy foods sale that'll save you money and give your men...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

PA6C i THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 4, IW Anne McCluney Is SMU Honor Graduate June 1 DALLAS—Mis* Anne MeCluney daogh'T of Mr W M McC ■ of Rus*, ww awarde** . ' y; , _ . , . . - ttl* lifgTM of Bachelor of A ^ .^ts in French with not r id r . lOtnmencemfnt nerd** al wjth> rn Methodist University Tttne 1 SMU President Willi M Tate delivered the University'* tradi- tional presidential statement to the graduating class of 1250 in The SMU Coliseum. Miss McCluney. a graduate of Rusk High School, served a< presi dent of Pi Delta Phi French hon orarv at SMU Rush To Be At Striker Plant Tom Rush stude*-' „ senior engineering ... at the University of Okla .noma will be student engineer at the Texas Power & Light Com- pany* Striker I«ake plant this summer W E. Davis, plant super- intendent. said this week. 0 INTERESTING FACTS "Doodlesack" is a colloquial name for bagpipes in a 20 mile race a man would win over a horse because of hi* endurance William Jenning-s Bryan ran for president four time*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

'? .J"'; COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Happy Lit* JACKSONVILLE. TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF DELPH - FINNINGAN HIDE CO. JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATiONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated & Other Trucking Needs 130 W. Larissa Phone 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phone 8317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phone 2-8206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Savings and Home Loans JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glass (Consignee) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS CHEROKEE NURSING HOME With Our Compliments Tyler Hwy. Phone 4157 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS O. L. HOLCOMB &...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN 4 JUH« 4. itM The Cherokeean rmx ESTABLISHED ÍUÍ.Y 5. 1M7 AS TM PIONEER Entered as second uui auliu at tbe poet office at Act of March J. 187t. Tom E. H WHITEHEAD MRi E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Buuneta Manager News Editor Aay errooaoaa reflection upov the character, standing. or rep* tat ice of any person, firm, or corporation woich may appear tn the íolomia oí this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought " 'b<« attention of the publisher subsciiption rates Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County Classifieds and Cards of Thank charged for a* the rate of 5c $1.75 $3 00 $2.23 >4 00 word Cherokeean Editorials Cherokee County, depending upon the outcome of Sen- ate parsed bill, .stands in line for assistance from the Federal Government. It ha* not asked for assistance, but it ban been "prescribed" for redevelopment. The Cherokeean has long been a do-it-yourself advocate, e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

1 Steelworkers Sentiment Is Against Striking, Raises By DR. GEORGE S. BENSON President, Notionel Education Program FROM THE STEELWORKERS Several independent news gath- ering organisations made surveys of the sentiments of steelworkers American citizens. In the heart of the steel producing area of the Midwest, the Chicago Daily News sent its reporters out to talk to before the negotiations for new the steelworkers and, in many contracts began, and some of them cases, their wives. The newspaper were surprised at what they found, published the results showing that Most of the workers interviewed "the steelworkers don't want a said they did not want their union strike; they fear inflation and to strike and most of them said don't want a pay raise at the ex- they did not want an hourly pay pense of other benefits." raise. Worker after worker told Workers Satisfied the newsmen they saw little point Samuel Lubell, professional pol- ín pressuring for pay raises be- • lster, whose articles a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

Reklaw By (hum C*tma News Mrs Lillie Afldrewi Mr and Mr Mason Coleman in Jack sonvüle a few day last *wk Rhoda Deraay. Ona Raybor. Vio- let Anderson and Lufillt McCrary were in Tyler chopping Thursday Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson Joan and John Charle , of Shreve port visited her parent*, the John P, )V. l.ngs Sunday Heory Me< rary wa* >n Rjak lA'eííwwdaj Ciara Fsy, and Wallace oí Ml Enterprise, mitrd Mr awl Mrs T. K Deraney Saturday p ra .Mrs Violet Anderson and Mrs Hrr.ry McCrar> isiu.r! Mrs F"thel Btuui and Hi- Fred Compton Síjnda.. Ourwood Spruiii of N^aderland. x /er* hi* aunt Mr- I>eori White las! week. ,i!ri Rhixla ane>. Mr Ona Raybor. Mr^ Violet Anderwtn and Mr- Lucille Mr< rary attended sinking at Sacul Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mr- Bob .Vfadry of HurM vi>ited Mr Ona Itayhor over the weekend. Mr?. Ar.n¡e Bowling and Mrs Vunita Beckham and daughter Cat vss:"<'d their brother, Mr Herman Da ¡by ir¡ Lorw-star ¡> t Thur* Mr lialby has h -en very ill. for s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Our Pharmacists Study Constantly! Everyday new drug*, antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals are developed. Our trained pharma- cists read constantly to learn about them all. They stand rea- dy to serve you promptly, care- fully. Make our store your head- quarters . . . for your health's salre! PHONE 7274 May Drug Inc. Larissa at Ragsdale Jacksonville INlfGSIIY • SfRViCf • SAfETT May 30 Admitted: Howard J. Flolid, Rt. 5, city; Mrs. Bon Henry Jackson. city; William C. (Pete) Young, city; Don Pledger, Rusk; Mrs. Os- car Lee McCoy, Dallas. Dismissed: John R. Heath, city; Curtis Foster, Beaumont; Mrs. Joe Lambright, Athens; Luther C. Har- ris, Nacogdoches; Mrs. Billy Jack Beard, Frankston; Joe Bailey Mar- tin. Henderson; Nathan E. Hitt, Troup; Conley B. Dearing, Hend- erson; Mrs. Arthur Gray, city; Ste- ven Mark Nolley, Rusk; Mrs. Way- man W. Sipper, Mt. Selman; Mrs. Edgar T. Roper Jr., city; Mrs. W. O. Warren, city: Mrs. W. A. Wil- liams, Athen...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

PAGE t STATE CAPITAL NEWS House Gets "Monkey Off Its Back," Onto Senate's mem By Vtrn S«nford T«iu Pre* Assoc iation AUSTIN. Tex — Whether and •DBAS' MO MOBE Tba REAL etnit of thai oat** UmioM. Irritable ud digestirá may bo dua to iroo-poor Wood or • Lack of MtnM'i rrUJ minórala ho* the state's tax problem is met now depend largely on the Sen- ate. House members, apparently eag- Beto Sigma Phi Puct Trt/i'c Members Eni°y ah- Chicken Supper ... Are Doing Xi Epstlon Kappa Chapter Speaker Swan of Athena and his hers and their husbands enjoyed . -# -— tuth*r Sncnrc Swan attended a a fried chicken supper Friday off for an Attorney General * opin persons * nat,°^' hom,coming at Boden Cemetery evening at Firemen's Inn The May committee members of the Be An^,.Jrn ñméMf 29th event began at 7:30 Delicious chicken, potato salad, «¡ni ni* lishes, deviled egg*, baked beans, "'j hot French bread, assorted pies. Sherman and , , ,, , cokes and coffee were served buf- xur rUrDnfFF AM Senators * bowed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

p *ic# é ««*. •Of 'Hound . . . Town tyiitfi (Roundabout COUNT YW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatbering facilities of Rusk «mi Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS. THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy PROSPECTS FOR A COUNTY VOLUME 111 A I R P O R T ere improving . . — Roundabout enjoyed i visit with Summers A. Norman Wednesday morning . . . Summers is one of the fathers of this project that has been talked for a long, long time . . . 16 PAGES RUSK. TEXAS JUNE 11, 1959 NUMBER 51 M. G. MOORE and JACK NI- CHOLS are heading the air port committees for their respective Chambers of Commerce . . . Moore is J'ville's and Nichols the Rusk committee head . . . IF CHEROKEE COUNTY IS to continue to grow and prosper, WE MUST HAVE AN AIRPORT cap- able of landing some air traffic . . . Our neighbor, Angelina Coun- ty has a fine airport tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment "Captured" In A Cookie! THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 For Besf Result read and usethi FOR SALE FOR SALE IMS 25 HP Evinrude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer Four hie jackets. Price. $550 Real Bargain' Call MU X 4605 Rev Elwood Birkelbach tic 50 FOR SALE: 1MB Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till- er 825 irurk tire and stocker c< *- Cbe.'lry Richards, Aioy t.'c41 ¡SALE 1 have 12 loU, about 6 blocks from Courtb'juje. 1 block Oii Palestine St. Ali utilities Will build ><>u a Dome on one of them 1 -*.11 furnish pur.* <peetfira- fehns and help you to finance, phone ML' 3 2802 M L i anule Rusk tic 26 FOR SALE: Used television sets for .sale. All sl/ei ano makes, at R ck IMtom price* Guaranteed in good playing order Urda! Ra d o Compan>. Ru-^k, I'h MIJ 3 4(>4H tic 43 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: Néw bnck home-, in Crest view addi tion Dining room kjtch -n. living rr-'im Modern and appealing thr o i zh'iut Sfe Morris Ha«;se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

CHILDREN CAN'T DAMAGE Reports Point |B.&L. Grocery To CC Work Enjoys Big On Many Fronts Grand Opening 100% Latmx Wonder Paint WALL PAINT Becau&e it Sfioi li/ailtel Without Jieauinf SUeakl • Walls painted with Spred SATIN are extremely easy to keep dean, because its rubber- like film resists dirt, and may be spot-washed without show- ing any trace of washing. Spred SATIN is the easiest of all paints to use; it flows on like magic, dries in 20 min- utes. For amazing new deco- rating try Spred SATIN soon! *6°° c.*lM Qt. COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLIES FREE ESTIMATES ANDREWS LUMBER JACKSONVILLE RUSK HIGHWAY PHONE 529* Rusk Chamber of Commerce di- vision reports Tuesday pointed up the organization's activities in sev- eral directions Directors in Tuesday's meeting | were told that the Civic and Gov- ernmental Division was working on the curb and gutter project relating to the widening of High- way 60 through the Rusk city ¡ limits. Also there was a brief re- port on the Farm to Market...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

THE PACE 4 A.W.O.L. CHEROKEEAN JUNE II. 1W* told he he - to (PV fir I Continued from Pt«< I) him Tuesday evening tfca didn't get oat oí 'her' (. «aid that il the men Is Tuesday le hi* call went back SAWYER . . . (Cantinvtd from P 9* I) The report of the meeting with the County Corr mi ««loners Court rwcerning a county airport wai given by Sawyer, who also stated that a rammer youth recreation procram along wi!h facilities is beinz developed He Mid he cm derstood the Rotary Club I* now or a n« and sok 0S< I IH er eti «ííHoe í carried . treat men hour tiw a r ■' h ;> ! tt í. .1 141 i. head a h. ha, crSz> 1 n parer AW (J were >ak- he- He recalled Chamber support lor provement of Highways 69, 79 J75 and «aid the Highway ¡ittee has been meeting with u agencie of the Slate and y and were makin? further I progrc He li! vil Ri di; oí .n a rioctof. Police to a doctor (or ic-d "In about an íiroujít him back ■ bunk butting his bed I think if ,n jai!, he'll go ro- uted that McAna...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

íst RECEIVING GUESTS SUNDAY afternoon from 3 to 5 at a tea were from left, Mr. Luman Holman, Mrs. Holman, Rev. Garrett, Jimmy and Jerry, Mrs. Lonnie Tucker and Mr. Tu Iter. West Indies Barbecue Sauce Glazes Broiler-Fryers Broiler-fryer chickens broiled over an outdoor grill have new taste wonder when glazed with a West Indies barbecue sauce. The ingredients for the shining, sweet-yet-nippy barbecue sauce are found on every pantry shelf ... unsulphured molasses, vine- gar, corn oil, Worcestershire and Tabasco. The sweet molasses gives color and flavor to the sauce, blends easily with the other ingredients, and gives a golden glaze to the plump and juicy broilers. West Indies Barbecue Sauce 4 broiler-fryer chickens, halved or quartered 4 teaspoons monos odium glutamate V4 cup prepared mustard Vi cup unsulphured molasses Vi cup lemon juice or vinegar 2 tablespoons corn oil 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce Vi teaspoon Tabasco Vi teaspoon salt Wash and dry chicken. Sprinkle each chicke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

Q OUR COUNTY'S OUTSTANDING AGRICULTURAL LEADERS... WE, OF RUSK, APPRECIATE YOUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE SOUND ECONOMY OF OUR AREA! IT'S WITH GREAT PRIDE THAT WE JOIN IN A "SALUTE" TO YOU ON THIS SPECIAL OCCASION, THE SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 7:30 P.M. —JR. HIGH CAFETORIUM Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK JEWELERS BEALL BROS. BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY BABCOCK BROS. AUTO SUPPLY BILL VINING SEARS-ROEBUCK & COMPANY PERRY BROS. Browning & Son Grocery £r Market FIRST STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. WESSON PRODUCE Live or Dressed Poultry WEBB'S DRESS SHOP JONES DRESS SHOP CITIZENS STATE BANK Member F.D.I.C. SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION J. C. WILLIAMS Your CHEROKEE COUNTY Rambler Dealer MOSELEY DRUG STORE CHAPMAN j PHARMACY CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE CO. MANNING'S GROCERY CORN BELT HATCHERIES PIGGLY WIGGLY "Save As You Spend With S&H Green Stamps RUSK MOTOR SALES Your Friendly Ford Dealer NORTON FURNITURE COMPANY WALLACE...

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