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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

LETHARGY LEADS TO DISASTER Defense Of Inherited Freedom Duty Of All By Dr. George S. Benson President, National Education Program I'nited States. If, for a moment, fail to realize is that the Coramun-1 each American Knowledge of the the grandiose Red plan is scoffed ist Party, U. S. A„ is an integral enemy, alertness to the danger, at as being fantastic, consider that part of international communism, and everyday patriotism are the Presbyterian Women Have Luncheon And Study Africa THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 2, I960 It's The Law PAGE 7 In a number of recent public one-fourth of the land surface of As the world-wide menace be- the world and one-third of the peo- comes more powerful, tho various pie of the earth are now controlled Communist parties assumes a more tigation, has sought to arouse the h>' world wide Communist bloc dangerous and sinister role in the statements J Edgar Hoover, direct- or of the Federal Bureau of Inves- whole population to the disturbing facts about our national ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE IIGMT JUNE 7. I960 FI ' >M ' Central Baptist Circles DITSWORTH CIRCLE Th<- Mary Alice Ditsworth Cir- cle of the Woman'* Missionary 1,'nion of Central Baptist met Tues- day morning in th<' horn'- of Mr-. Percy Hall, 518 Cherokee Street, with seven members present. Mrs IJlake Garmon opened the meeting with prayer The Bible lesson was taught hy Mrs C f Tjdwell from the tx*>k His M -s- sagp, Our Mission" Mrs Lucy Mae O'deJl dismissed the meeting with prayer. Refreshments of cak'- and coffee were served by the hostess. FESTIVAL- mi ss DIAN CASS IT V Engaged Engagement Announced The engagement of Mis-; Dian Cassity to Danny Wayne Pope, son of Mr. and Mr . Joe (' Pope, 1001 S. Bolton, is announced bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ''a ssity of ixmgbraneh. Dian is a graduate of Carthage High School and Danny is a graduate of Jacksonville High School and Jacksonville <o| lege. He is presently an employee of the I'niU'd States Post- al Department in Jackson...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

1 9 'Hound . . Town 'Jiitlí HounclaHaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newstfathering facilities of Rwsk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18J>7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Microfilm Service L Sa1« O Tí ox 10' per Copy LOOKS LIKE Cherokee County will have its airport, thanks to the VOLUME 112 persistent efforts of many of our citizens, to the leg-work of cham- bers of commerce, and to the coun- ty's governing body who saw that our county's facilities must corres- pond with the times .... JUNE 9, 1960 MUCH REMAINS to be done, of course. Practical problems of loc- ation and construction have not been encountered. But funds are now ear-marked for the project . . . as for the rest, we know we have no shortage of dedicated people who will again give of themselves in order to benefit the county as a whole. ROUNDABOUT would under...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

I I ,¡ >. w % t ■ MFíS 1AMKS KOrSKK'l" f'OKKfl Wed In Garden Ceremony t :id< r the shcllerir; of majestic pecan tree., beth Dickinson Meyer James Ilf i ix- rt Coker wtdditig vowk Saiurd. June 4th The 1!' MrKéówn officiated brant hcs Miss Kli/.a and M r exchanged i cveniriü, rend Intrie . the garden c-remony held at the home of the bride's grandparents. Mr and Mr E H GreKK Miss Meyers Is the drill:.tiler of Mr arid Mrs VValti r Meyers of this city, and the {¡room's parents- are Mr and Mr A W Coker ulso of Rusk Hurricane lamp- holding flam- ins tapers lighted the path of tin brida! party to the weddim! altar A wooden lattice background was accented with commander I e r n and the altar was decorated with two arrarig'*rnen(s of niajeMic dais ies> fug i mums and white gladioli A gilt ' ro* i from St Luk<'-• Epis- copal Church centered the altar Cathedral tapers burned in the quiet solemnity as lU-\ McKeown, assisted by his young on. Larry, read the traditional marriage vows, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

Letter-Tributcc Flov/In ToM iss Robert Leake Tributo paid Miss Robert (Bob) 1 .take, retiring teacher, in the May 19th issue of the Cherokeean prompted many persons to write her letters, which, according to Miss Leake, will be treasured al- ways. However, among them were two outstanding tributes in themselves, which many readers (and former students) will find of interest. The first is from Grady Jo Browning, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Browning, who is now living in Independence, Iowa, and the sccond letter, also from a former student, was written by Lowell Thomas, now of Terrell: May 23, I960 I>ear Miss Leake: The way of a teacher is hard, but how gratified and rewarded you must feel as you look back over your career of exceptional service to your fellow man! With typewriter in hand, with lump in throat, and with a heavy heart, 1 would like to give you this — the best 1 can offer—a verbal bou- ouet. I believe it takes a measure of courage far in excess of the av- erage to teach s...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 9, 1960 Brotherhooc Farm Bureau Sets To Meet At Mexico Farm Tour Church Tues ■ ■ rr-v,.. IK/. l-ir-.t Farm Buroau members in Chero- kee County have an opportunity to be a «art of the Texas Farm Bur eau Tour to Mexico July 14-24, ac corriinr o Grady Dupree, presi- dent of the local (arm organiza tioc. Texas farmers and ranchers and their wives who sign up for the fabulous 11-day trip south of the border can except a royal wel come from hi«h Mexican officials Sr. Julian Rodriguez Adame, Mln ister of Agriculture of Mexico has extended an official invitation to Texas Farm Bureau members to visit Mexico this summer The in vitation was made through .J H West, president of the Texas Farm Bureau I" luded in the tour will be visits to places of agricultural in t(-r<'-t in .Mexico as well as sight seeing around Mexico fity (In- cluding a bullfight), visits to the famed mountain Spsi of San Jose. Purua and the Pacific r< ort <>I Acapulco, plus stop-over: ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE JUNE 9, 1960 o o HJ CI O m H3 & ci w w xa o s3 0 ¿ -• •M CO O u 0 as s & > (-3 CO 0 tz! l w g m $ fe 0 sai W.Rusk 326 2>/¿ 4-36 137 291 261 jOlto. 126 291 66 EJville 611 if i,i* 9 77 264- 655 593 HtSelman 69 56 67 24- 69 56 Wells 101 101 157 41 Hixon 47 33 61 17 25 55 j&delle 92 31 73 >r6 36 65 Forest i .5 26 56 17 E.Rusk 404- 226 44-7 151 306 309 297 401 SJville 359 34-9 465 222 Dville 63 4-7 66 39 54- 72 S.Alto 162 14-2 239 65 tHWJville 279 339 467 136 331 277 ' 6"'field 296 91 24-2 133 í 106 Turney 66 61 61 40 20 .Gallatin 76 66 109 29 91 50 213 266 . Reklaw 51 15 56 12 Hen.Chpl 35 20 34 16 149 11 Reese H-3 114 62 3*f ■ PI.Hill 73 51 69 5i Ponta ;.f9. 16 61 & Concord 24- 40 46 17 H.Bxisfc 226 350 129 2!?7 223 266 HEJville 156 34-2 39** 65 IT 2¡3 Absentee on 57 122 27 27 27 30 TOTAL 4-277 3266 5467 164t> 1079 1 (J'Y/ 1606 1797 : W a w Q O id M 'C3 a o Oí o SS! K Ü 20 32 29 f'r0 'iff* 20 10 2 4-59 306 262 >166 , 531 W <52 2...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

V;**í Progress, Industry Tied To Local Airport, County Men Tell Court (Below are detailed proceeding* of Monday'j special meeting of the County Commissioners Court that resulted in approval by the county of funds for building a proposed Cherokee County air port) Monday's informal session of the Commissioners Court - con vened especially to consider coun ty participation iri an air port ■ • was called to order hy County JudKe J VV. Chandler He called for presentations from the groups appearing in behalf of the project Sam Quay, Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce manager, spoke for M O Moore, the charn l>ers Airport Committee chair man. who appeared later in the meeting Quay said that congrt ss and the Federal Aviation Agency had made federal funds available pro vuled that local funds were secur ed by June 7 Me said the committees for the airport had «one ahead with ot her arrangements because of the time element For example, they had talked with engineers and had arranged for other ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 9, 1960 PAGE 7 ilcox Buys Southwestern (Electric lee Facilities 1 BRO. J. M. THOMAS I Revival To Begin Sun. At Reklaw Re J. M Thomas, pastor of Cal- .,rj Baptist Church of Freeport, . r,(i former pastor of the First Bap- ,st Church in Alto, will preach for a revival at the Reklaw Baptist church June 12th through 19th. \ccording to Rev. Delbert Mil- ad. pastor, the visiting minister wrll known in the Cherokee i ounty Association and is look- forward to seeing many of his n;i friends, and to making new unes. Pastor Milstead urges each mem- ,cr to do his best to attend the ".vim daily services, at 11 a.m. 7 45 p.m. "Put the Revival first your plans,'' he urges. lie also extends an invitation to ill.' general public to attend the ■ Tvices and "hear the good news '•¡.it can save a lost world." i'ottago prayer meetings are now ■ en! i held in various homes as •: of the Revival preparation. The series of meetings will close :.!• 19th with dinner on the' : .unci at noon....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN FAOieiOHT JUNE 9. 1W0 Weekend Specials MICHOLSON'C ■«FOOD STORE •* UNGRADED EGGS PICNIC HAMS f w, Hosts To Dinner In Nacogdoche Mr and Mrs K H Gregg were hosts to a dinner Friday evening .'it the Hotel Fredonia in .N'acoi> d oches Guests included out of town friends and relatives hi re to at- tend the wedding of their grand PARKERS FLOWER MART (FORMERLY SINGLETARY FLORIST) NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Singletary Florist ha* teen opened under new management. Own ed by Mr*. Therman Parker, it will be operated by Mrs. Hazel Jenkins. WATCH FOR FORMAL OPENING FOR FLORAL SERVICE CALL MU 3-2828 Rusk d. jghfer Miss Beth ./ames Robert Coker Meyers and Cherokee Missionary PURE LARD 8; 95 ADMIRATION COFFEE MRII'AL BJ'I S< II Gompliirii'iitiru' .Miss Iieth Meyers laat Thir-day with a brunch Ppi/ / wri I Cpí was Air Hill Viuin# arid Mrs. Irene Price O foni at, the Vininj? hone-. Honor quests pic- wlrllrwf wCf tured here left to ri^ht are Miss Elizabeth Ras/nu- en of Shreveport. bri...

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

County Elders, On The Increase, Seem To Be Forgotten People, Study Group Findings Show nicckburn Observance Held Several hundred civic leaders.0'" Palestine fom Jacksonville, Husk, Palestin and Frankston witnessed t h ( groundbreaking ceremonies mark ing the beginning of constructor of Blackburn Dam. The ceremonies were held FY i day in the hot afternoon sun on a current directors of The Cherokee County citizen who tfoos over 65 finds him- self still pretty much on his own, a study group on the county aged has reported. Very little resembling organization has been done for him, and ho and most of his fellow elders have ie Upper Neches River Water more to look forward to than the old age pension, .uthority, used a three-handled This is a composite one might draw from the extensive re- old painted shovel to turn the' P°rt by the Cherokee County Governor's committee for a ymbolic first shovel full of dirt, -study of the aged. Elma Musick, Jr., of Rusk headed up the The principal speake...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

The Cherokeean State Capital New® t exAs ppBfss? smut i o Tidelands Victory Big 7960 Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Edilot t H WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Entered a* second class matter at the postoffjce at Kua*. Teiaa tinder Act of March 3. lfttfl Any erroneoua reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which rnaj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. As One At San Jacinto By Ve-n Sanford Texas Press Association Al.'STIN, TEX In a period of tl'"<"p gloó'm about slate finance;, T-xarts had to pinch themselves to iaw would SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1 73 $3.00 $2 23 $4.00 Surge Of Contempf For Authority Hits Home believe the good news I' S Supreme Court ruled that Texas does indeed own its tide- lands for 10'■ miles out - just as Texan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THIS WEEKS Sports ROUND-UP OUTDOORS IN TEXAS by JIM CARROLL Reams of cops have poured through Texas newspaper presses about the colorful Noonday knocker, Buddy Turman. Now comes what could be one of our final releases about Buddy. Turman was scheduled to liyht in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago, but did not show up. There was no mystery to my not showing," Turman said. "1 had wired my manager, Willie Ketchum, that 1 had decided to retire from ¡ the ring and would not make the L. A. date." | During his six year ring career the East Texas favorite fought 44 times, compiling a respectable 39 4-1 record. We saw him at Waco one night about 3'2 years ago, when he hit a much heavier San Antonio opponent, whose name escapes us, so hard that the impact cost the South Texas a fractured ankle, Sparks of brilliance were frequent from Buddy Turman, but the lire necessary for success in the "big time" just wasn't there. If Turman was controversial, and he was, he was also one of the most colorf...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Junior Ailistant County Aj«nt Boyd Proctor The Brucellosis Law was the main topic of discussion Thursday night at the Brucellosis Meeting held in the New Hope Community This is the first of a series of these meetings for the purpose of ex plaining and discussing the Bruce- llosis I-aw to dairymen and beef cattlemen, mostly to beef cattle men since most of the dairymen are already cleaned up The Uw provides for two types of Brucellosis Control Areas-- Type I and Type II. Type I is essentially a calf hood vaccination program which would help out, hut the County could never b .- certified under this pro gram A Type II program may qualify an art'a as a Modified Certified Brucellosis Freo County for a per tod of three years if the results of blood test , of all dairy cattle, all purebred cattle, and at l<>*st 20'; of the range arid semi range cows over thrfx- years of <:e in each herd ihow that the number of r«- actors does not exceed one per rent of th...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

issionary) URCH les James y School ng Worship Training Ser. Worship ght Service y Night Sat. night of RCH LE Ihurch I Pastor a.m. -10:55 a m. 130 p.m. |-7:30 p.m. 3rd Mondays) fondays) 7 00 —7:00 D m. p.m. p.m. Church Jastor a.m. 1:00 a m. 30 p.m. -6:30 p.m. :30 p.m. d Church tstor :45 a.m. Hce — 6:00 7:00 p.m. 00 p.m. 1st Church |George a.m. p.m. 7< \ '£ cv sieei a*eA cUVve t .j.e Tie*1 to tatoÜ1 «uveAtW depa^et^ nasi, ^ are ^ raav^ett- t\ay- M %v\\\ ii .«J iot VoU +I111 , " üXeacH ine ,pla^ " ' lead >ne 111 ,6t " ft.***4*"1 *•# ^ ...o- 1 . ,hl Chun" <0' *• <** !**■ «"*"■ d*" ^^4UVh t**"'ft* "u* ° ^ ^ W* ' IM W 1 f1 19A0, Colimen AJv ?«rv P O Bo* 4887, Dolto , T#*oi Jacksonville & Area Churches • • • • • REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together Attend Church Sunday CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. (KANNA A GUENZEM Verdie Mae Banks Grocery louth Texas Producers Association CITIZENS STATE BANK WIMtft C O I C. IN ALTO Boyd's Drug "The Friendly Drug 5tore" Lyon...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

Gulf Coa.l, Old We t Texaris Urged To See Texas, View Its Many Historic Sites ★ * FASHIIIK: U.S.A. ★ * -U Vri L Maydelle News Mrs. Minnie Conner THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 9, 1960 PAGE 6 More and more people arc en joying the fine sport and the great fun oí fishing in Texas . . arid savoring their delicious catches at their dinner tables. Texas' gulf coast it a fabulous "dream come true" for anglers Many return home with ice chests full of such tasty salt water fish as speckled trout, red snapper, flovnder, and many, many others The big ones are there too' Fact of the matter is the world's record catch in a giant sea bass was made in Galveston Bay. It weighed a mighty 551 pounds Everyone, young and old, has read about "Old Rip" He has traveled as a dignitary all over the USA and even visited Pres. C.'alvii? Coolidge in the White House (Which, mcldently, is pretty good for a little old ' Horny Toad."; What made Old Kip famous? This little horned frog slept for 31 years in a dehydrated state...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

lURE CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE • • BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1954 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9-P 4s*r>9«r Station Wagon V-3, radio, Heater, automatic trans- minion. Blue finish. A terrific buy at . . . $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitewoll tires, radio, heat- er. Must move and will bo at just . . . $295.00 1959 FORD PICKUP Light green. 6 cylinder, over- drive. One owner. Price . . . $1395.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1045.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 USED CAR LOT MOVED NOW LOCATED ON HENDERSON HIWAY 710 EAST RUSK TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0292 USED CARS Big Selecti...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JUNE 9, 1960 I GIVE YOU TEXAS Legend Of Horned Frog, Old Rip Many of us think of a legend as a story handed down from a long ago past; something that our fathers heard from their fathers. But this is the story of a legend that originated in the memory- span of many who read these lines —how a legend began, told by one who can be said to know about it at first hand. Old Rip was one of these fan tastic, fearsome looking but harm less creatures which scientists say are lizard-., but any small boy in West Texas knows better than that: they are homed frogs They have leather like h i d e anil •■piked heads They arc voiceless and their drab color enables them to blend into the background Their ability to scurry i. their chief reliance in getting away from danger When aroused, they can emit a reddish fluid from their eyes In the winter, they find hid ing places and go into a state of suspended animation. The hero of this tale was no different in appearance from any...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

i and |om rol- likc ■the |jrt, 1 as- knn |íth- ier lus- Call News To 4227 in Jacksonville MU-3-2257 in Rusk All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT Congratulations to JANE GÍB- SON who was selected as one of the Indian cheerleaders yester- day. she is to replace Judy Gibson who resigned . . T A L L E Y NICHOLS AND AL COHEN, offi- cials of Nichols Industries, were pictured in the Piper Pilot, a trade publication of Piper Aircraft Corp. Thr two set a new record of 84Ü inilas in 3:59 hours for a ground speed of 210 8 mph. on a recent flight from Jacksonville to Chic- ago. 111. J H. COLE, climbed a light pole for the first time in years, Friday night, while helping get the lights burning at the rodeo arena ... In the Dog House this week: District Attorney Hulon Brown for leaving town just after winning the elec- tion. His friends couldn't find him MondaV to offer their congratula- tions. Aman you should meet is RANDY FOSTER, the partner and man...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 June 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JUNE 9, I960 Read The Classifieds Everyone Needs Homeowner Insurance ASK ABOUT OUR LOW COST PLAN COULD YOU AFFORD TO REBUILD YOUR HOME? . . . Fire, wlnditorm, either of the e could demolí-. your home. See ui todjy for adequate in uranee that will pr< ect your investment. 11111I PROTEC CLOSE AS YOUR PHONE RAYMON ) WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 1st Nafl Bldg. Jacksonville Dial 91 6 Special Offer... PORTRAITS Thursday, Friday and Satur lay only GIANT 11 x 14 Regular $19.95 *1.99 each Limit 3 to customer Photographs By Ray Hov ard 0 All Work Guaranteed 0 Selection of Poses PERRY BROS 5c to $ 1.00 Store Jacksonville Father's Doy is June 16f ! \' y T CvP ...the FATHER S DAYgifh belt's packed with pleasure i { '1 % ' T ra Itittéd •n't # Ithwn COLO# >0 BROWN • AUIG D FINISH IAD If TAN Quick Tripp- $19.50 Two-Suitti $25.00 oí . Dod 4450 1 Piten only AH (• ply• '• Samsonlte holdt mor* cloth* in I* ipace. wrinkle •. So *a y to carry, v*n wh*n heavily packed Samionlte' ipe...

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