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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 14, 1960 pAGE SEVEN HOMECOMING Continued from Page 1) |of et 100 |of lip- _rs: Iks I8 I45 Ire Iri- res Iik) |f il- to trl- ■ate )ng Jer 60 dp d Iter, lan hue ica- |aid A. t>vel 518. «en pun- ton - linty lusk. |e of It Io se It c 3 has lague (ward In of fpan and lining Iment Miss JStin. |>ehalf type Ittent iNurs ¡needs total |reply were hosp- hanted survey pnt of J desir- Id thai I would pe and |he ap- three |d for |peated work- period work- lit care (service aware Ened to I'virlm.: out effort Crj>by, Dianne Crosby, of Aito; Mr O C Webb, Mr and Mrs Bob- r>\ Knidlfc and children. Mrs Son- ja Day Oden of Tyler. Mr B L Glidden of Dirkerson; Mr and Mrs. W II Dudley and children of Bis- hop; Mrs .Jessie Madge Dudley Ford and children, Mr and Mrs J. L) Dudley and son, Mr and Mrs. H M Dudley and children of Tulsa. Okla . Mr and Mrs. Frank Sylvester (Louise Mauritzen) of Lubbock; Mrs Oretha Garner Beir- res of Ft Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Davis (Vera Hicksi. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

wir" THE CHEROKEEAN PACE EIGHT JULY 14, I960 Looking Ahead Everybody Dislikes Socialist Label Or. G*o. B*nv*n Very. very few American citi- zens will accept Socialism as a way of life for America IF it is pro- perly identified as Socialism when offered But there is grave danger in the bit by bit growth of Social- ism under some other label. .Many people in Europe and Scandinavia told me, when I visited their nat ions, that the Socialism which now largely dominates their countries was identified not a' Socialism but as government aid programs, wel- fare state measures, arid so forth Because of this insidious growth of Socialism many European nat ions now are so deeply enmeshed in it they ma> never throw it off And Socialism gets worse not bet- ter, as it evolves toward the tot alitarian Police State in America we face the danger that Socialism - -big powerful central government , -will gradually take over under the guise oí Ofic ial welfare or some other label Significant Study Hu...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

Call News To MU-3-2257 in Rusk 4227 in Jacksonville All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET mammm BEAT Sign ot the approach of football season — The Cheerleati- ers, LINDA SHANK, KATHY JEN- KINS, MARY FAULK, ELAINE KIRKPATRICK, and JANE GIB- SON are out selling advertisements in the football program for the coming year. . . TOMMY LEE and CHARLIE TEBO were seen enjoy- ing a rootbeer while resting in the shade Monday .... Patrolman RAYMOND HARPER is having trouble with his sun glasses; one of the men he arrest- ed last week for investigation of forgery ended up with Harper's sunglasses in his pocket. He stole them off of the Chief's desk while Harper was fingerprinting another suspect . . . BILL BAILEY, DUD- LEY WALLER, and BOBBY WOR THY enjoyed coffee and politics Tuesday afternoon . . . PRESTON KOB1TZ was called to Victoria Tuesday because of the sudden illness of his father . . . JAMES EVERETTE, local high school English teacher, must have pick...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO JULY 14, 1960 ¿It « " , TEA SHOWKK compliment "! M¡ Karen Cone, bride-elect of Robert Joiner, Satur- day afternoon in the home of Mi < K. Jenkins at H')7 John .Street. Stan/ling left to rijfht are Mrs. Jimmie Cone, mother of the honore* th«- horion-e, and Mi Miriam Joiner, moth- er of the prospective groom. Miss Karen Cone Is Honored With Complimentary Tea Shower Saturday The home of Mr- (.' K Jenkins, 807 John Street., was the seen * of ,! tea shower on Saturday honor ing Miss Karen rone bride-elect of Robert Joiner The calling hour ■ were from 3 to >) o'clock Other hostes-.i's were Mr Mo . :!y (ilai - Mrs i: < H'iekni r. Mi VV. J I>ennis Mr- Ray Adani.son. Mrs D, (, McDonald Mrs Fern-ll Harris Mr 11 A Dou.'hr Mrs VV II I'atton. Mi - '.'.in Arriwine, and Miss Marie. Taylor Guests were greeted at the door I,. Mr Ji'lik in Miss < 'one, I he tionoree. Mrs Jimiriie Cone, moth > r of ttiC' honoree and Mrs Mir lain Joirjer. mother of the :room Th...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

ea bloss- | the door sl«?y, the mother loe Pope, jtt'red the ] ">k and |ing room erved in- ind Mrs |«i at the Simpson invited |dred and or sent bride to home at between reasons 62 54 i i fc ' 1 V Tea Shower In Ragsdale Home Saturday Fetes Mrs Holman JULY 14, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN TEA SHOWER HONORING Mrs. Kent Holman, a recent bride, was held Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Lee Rabílale at 70(5 Nacogdoches. Left to right are Miss Janis Ragsdale, Mrs. W. W. Holman, grandmother of the groom; Mrs. Maurice Holcomb, mother of the bride; Mrs. Holman, the honoree; Mrs. Luman Holman, mother of the groom; Mrs. Lee Ragsdale. the hostess; and Mrs. Wade Kent Holman, an aunt of the groom. Cassity-Pope Wedding Vows Are Exchanged In Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Danny Wayne í'ope ire at home at 108 Alexandria in Jacksonville after a short wedding trip following their marriage July 1. The bride is the former Dian Oassity, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cassity of Long Branch. The bridegroom is the ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 JULY 14, 1W0 When a congregation sleeps it's the panon who aeed waking up When parents are able to answ fr the children's questions it's a sign that the kids are growing up W. E. Bailey Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service TELEPHONE 9331 209 E. Lariua St. FIRE. CASUALTY AND BONDS AUTO INSURANCE • SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO POLICY FOR /OUR CHILD ¥ A VIS IT INN JAMBOKKK TROOP hcl'! a -hakflown ramp at l.ake Jacksonville last v.,.,-k The ;roop inc) i i.-s ho;, i from 1 lankst.on, Na.-oKdoches, Palestine, Crockett, Center, ;ir,.l Gilmer ,, ¡tmíi -ter \\ !•; Whii • kI- oí f- raiiksfon. fdvr the boys some instruction." pHAR^Ible |"K!«?CEE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did th last prescription mm hiflh priced? If may have b«*n something new . . . not yet mast produced) Penicillin we very costly, when new, but now it' inexpensive' You cen't a"*** prescription cost , but you can depend on u for fair price at PHONE mK May Drug Inc Lari e at Ragsdale Jacksonville iN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

'ílaund . . T o w n 9M ¡fiaundaéaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining (he n*wsgath«ring facilities of Rusk 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, 181,7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy LEARNED LOTS last week end from Clinten A. McGlamey of Dal- las concerning the War Between the States . . . McGlamey is a book collector who has accumulated around 1500 volumes pertaining to the Confederacy, War Between the States and the Reconstruction Era . . . McGlamey had a book with him written by W. L. Gammage of Rusk who was serving with the Fourth Arkansas Infantry. The book was entitled "The Bivouac and the Battlefield." Unlike most regimental histor- ies, this book was written from a journal and published during the war. The author was a member of the Euclid Lodge. Following the war, he was killed in an accident at Mobile, Alabama. It was...

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

th« cr a UP 1 P D hi to Pt CO in pr d« * V T f THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JULY 21, I960 Attend State Meeting Of School Food Service Ass'n. The Texas School Food Set-vie*' Association ended its sixth annual convention with a luncheon and impressive installation oí officers Wednesday. More than seven hun fired members of the association enjoyed visiting the exhibit hall, listening to outstanding speakers and taking part in the entertain me.it planned for them Speakers of national note mclud cd Dr. James W Edcar. Slate Com- missioner of Education, Mr chest- er Freeman, representative of the United States Department of Ag riculture. Washington and Mr John J Slaughter, USDA Area Field Supervisor of llalla . Judge Phillip B CiUiari spoke at the Tuesday afternoon v-ssicn held in the American l/'fiion Hall Wednesday mor; in.' Mr Rita Campbell Weaver Director of the Nutritional Department of (he Nat lonal Department of the National Livestoó. and M«.t Board, gave her listeners m«' h to think abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 21, I960 ^ pA0E THREE L. Laftimore Appointed To Committee Appointment of Ix>uis L Latti- more as a member of the Farmers Home Administration county com- mittee was announced this weok by Carter D. McKiruie the agency's county supervisor serving Cher- okee County. Mr Lattimore owns a farm near Jacksonville where he grows feed and cares for his herd of cattle. The other members make up the 3 member committee which works with the county supervisor to see that the best possible use is made of the agency's farm credit serv- ice program consistent with local farmers' needs. The other two members are Mr Cecil Goodman, Wells, and Mr Marion A Florence, Kt. 3, Troup. Mr I<attimore will serve as committee chairman dur- ing the next, 1 SMS 1 fiscal year. Each member is .'^pointed for a 3-year term Mr. Lattimore suc- ceeds Mr James L Bagley whose i-yerr term expired this year The committee determines the ■legibility of individual applicants for all types of loans. It al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THF. CHEROKEEAN th< tr a > up \ i p Di hi to P' CO in< pr dt W • ly in fh th m ve \* T PACE 4 JULY 21, 1960 Cub Leaders Outline Plans For Season Cub Scout loaders lav. Sunday met in a planning session and out lined activities for the 196061 pro gram Plans r: II for tl i covered dish su| chairs will be pi r¡ i. r i.-rid The lead' Houston White Tells County Clerk Candidacy FOREST NEWS- arid th ir par id t^je Cubbing devel<j|>in•./ in They scheduled two events f>ir Husk Ancust for local <"ub organizations Further fjm-aiorn or, the pro August 11 Cubs are requested Tarn will he answered ' families to meet at 4 30 pm on this date will call Kill .Jones or Jae/c Noon an at the telephone office to march Leader last Sunday met in the in the I,ions flub Rodeo parade home of Mr and Mrs N'oonan for Members are requested to wear i bartx?cue [y< .ent were Cubma.s- their uniforms ter and Mrs Bill .Jones. Mr arid August 20- A Cub J'ack family Mrs Alton Abernathy, Mr and outin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

TE E So/7 Conservation District Reports > Barron of Henry* Chanel 'i\IK Ar i . , ... .. • 1 . ri > . •.urron of Henry> ChapW has ton, of oreanic material to liar- Bermuda fail Mr, Barron will .sot r-, : h plowed under a field of roll's land. Next spring Barron ra.«> Three years growth on plans to seed this field to NK 37 -•rüS> has returned several Bermudasrass. Should the NK 37 vt£, ... . * v i 'f A. V. Cole, New Summerfiold shows the growth of his NK :I7 Bernuulajirass. Planted on newly cleared lar.<l, this picture was made •.! days after seeding. Everybody Is Happy About It Our Persona! Service Really Makes You Ftel At Home We compound your prescriptions and sell you drug supplies in a pleasant, professional atmosphere. Your health is our business, and we're always ready to serve you carefully and promptly. CHAPMAN PHARMACY "WE FILL ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION" Stanley Chapman, Reg. Pharmacist Phone MU 3-4122 —• Rusk, Texas Filling Your Prescription Is the Most Im...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

n i I I >,7^ o ji|, jt l . " The Newest Member Of Rusk's Growing Industrial Family Y IL POULTRY (i W.ILEY,owner i WA rm rmmt i 'ST2*« a GLEN ILEY 1ÍÍÍÉÉÍ Main processing room of the lley Poultry Plant. This New Poultry Processing Plant will process up to 50,000 fryers for wholesale distribution throughout Texas. The plant will employ more than 60 people w i t h a Substantial Payroll. We all join with our fellow citizens in a hearty welcome to this new Industry. BEALL BROS. BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. VERDIE MAE BANKS GRO. & MKT. CHAPMAN PHARMACY CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT EVANS CLEANERS J.C.WILLIAMS MATHEWS-MILLER K & N ROOTBEEP. MOSFLEY DRUG STORE PIGGLY WIGGLY RUSK HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE CO. FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C, SSnS3SE3E STOVALL CLEANERS STOVER'S CAFE BROOKSHIRE BROS. GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY HAM'S RADIO & TV WES...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN IK JULY 21, 1960 PAGE SEVEN In and About Alto <"rir and Mrs. Floyd Lindsey pent several days in West Colum- bia with Mrs Lindsey's sister, Mrs. H. T. Jones and Mr. Jones and family Enroute home they visited her brother, Mr Geo. Robert James and Mrs. James in Pasad- ena They were accompanied home by Mrs. Jones who spent the week- end with Mr and Mrs. Lindsey and WE WILL BUILD YOUR HOME ON YOUR LOT OR LAND ANYWHERE IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Financing Available FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL 2291 OR AFTER 5 CALL G. L. EVANS, 26286 BROWN-PAVLETICH SALES COMPANY BOX 487 with Mrs Jones' parents. Mr and Mrs, Geo. James. Mrs. Malone Armstrong, Mrs Lillie Crippen, Mrs. Robena Turn- er, Mrs Esther Burson of Alto and Mr and Mrs. Jack V'aught spent the flight in Kilgore last Thursday ni?ht. They were called there due to the death of Mr Alfred Butler Others attending the funeral from Alto were, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Wallace, Malone Armstrong, Mrs. Marion Armstrong and Charlotte, Mr and Mrs. Age...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JULY 21, 1W0 * STATE CAPITAL NEWS * WEEKS ROUND UP There are more than four times as m;ny accidental deaths m farm- ing than in manufacturing. Playwright Eugene O'Neill has received the Pultizer prize three time? By VERN SANFORD Ttxat Prttt Association Al'STLN—Although budget bat ancmg is the most discuiaed of the problems facing the next Legisla ture, many lawmakers expect re- districting wrangle may r a i "i e more blood pressures legislature is required by the Constitution to re define legislative districts after each federal ccnsus It ii '•(! to put off tins troublesome tdsK but a 194ft law provides that if it fails to act in the first session after a census a Legislature He disiriitif fi' .ir«! shall take over This iiisiir<-■ a it did in 1051 that the l>,'islalure wiii redistrici ¿(/ti < how some between lug ■ ill demand more in la,': with their ri <1 rural to hold Weekend Specials n pa j. FOOD STORE i/rom fi Off riur<\rnja AUSTEX SPAGHE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

ñ K1 i I ■ The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS * SPORTS áL# Ipil, &w- t lU'il.DIXd A RIVER-— Heavy equipment a1 work on the trench that will carry the ildw of the Noches River durinp the construct ion ot Hlnckbtirn Dam. RIVER BYPASS Blackburn Digging Is Underway Clearing and carthifiipvinu work mi the outlet works at Blackburn ilani is ni'.iriiv coniplctíáfi and the pnurin . of concreté shoiitd ucfiin ii; a ^ weeks A IV Civ :s. job superintenclent for the contractor, .1 c McLaughlin of Urjan, saj that progress on the construction i i M i M ' i •«.Iule. Mnri than 4(1,000 cubic \ards of <ltri h is In en removed l>oin a (U)0 j ,rd trench since \ur-, be an h'.st i!,uniii. This lani inmi i on the ("her,1U - e Conotj Mile o I t Ii e Neches will c rry the river dfjfinc the act U.I 1 construction of the dam when i1 hi in later this > ■ ar The contract for the con )ruction of I lie dam i - c\p < I ■ d to lie let this...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEA N PAGE TWO JULY 21 1960 The Cherokeean TEXAS ÍÍTP RES s3 AS S 0 C1 * TI 0 « ■— n1 7960 "COW POKES by ACE REID 7?te*ribe>L. E H. WHITEHEAD MRS, E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN' BROWN MfH fc-jOi . =P' • t ISsJSiyifiii H'hl'ir arifl I'ublmhcr Office and Bu#int*ss Man;i.''*r s Editor Entered as second class matter <it the p'wtoffici- a I H -k Ie:>.a under Act of March 3, 1879 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu tation of any person, firm, or corporation which rnaj appear in the columns of this newspaper will l>e gladly corrected upon being brought to Ü>e attention of thu publisher subscription rates Si* Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County «1.75 53 00 $2.25 54 (JO NATIONAL FARM SAFETY WEEK JULY 24-30 1960 r , . , A<-6 " Supreme Court At Pinnacle Of System Frida> «jii thi'se days pre- 12 r.oon. the Marsha! cries black- «pert xhintl their 1.1 ut If ;; itíoníil Farm Safety \Ve<>k doesn't...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 21, 1960 :k- .'H* i jhcir lie i Maydelle News BY MRS. MINNIE CONNER Dewey Jake Watson, who was a highway employee, died at his home at Oakland at 3 o'clock Wed- nesday afternoon after a long ill ness. He was a life long resident of Maydelle until this year he built a new home at Oakland. He was af- ihated with the Baptist Church Funeral services were conducted from the Maydelle First Baptist Church at 4 o'clock Thursday aft- ernoon with Eld. Wade Hill oft'ici- ai.ng assisted by Elder Oran Hill of Palesti¡i' Barney Lazenby oi Dialville directed the singing In- F. M. Jones Funeral Rites Held Saturday Frank Miller Jones. 44. died about 3 p.m. Thursday in a local hospital. Mr. Jones resided at 120 Woodrow Street and had lived in tins area all of his life. Funeral services were held at 4 pm Saturday with the Rev Harold Branson, the Rev. C. R Meadows, and the Rev. Joseph Dol- man. officiating. Burial was in Rest haven Cemetery Mr Jones was a veteran of World War...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE 1 -i.Mrf ' •••• pea- under p .rpv- of the Workshop i> r-i. •• C .i:ditláíi • Ui Help Her# ' umpli'1' ir,<'ir 411 i: i' . ,.n 10 spray or dust record h< ok • 4 11 record ,r>- ■ r> r■, i ;; j ,r!. every 5 to 7 r: 'or*..1 ••.•d a HI Vr ¡i -,ot. tar* in: when boll weevih re. a. iv. j,->| it. 4 i! V. or I: if ' :• i. ' i-ii enough to be or turn r ord net) book Rusk and Alto Churches BY COUNTY EXTENS ON AGENTS Beat The Boll Weevils, Get Spray Gun Ready A'.'.ufan Coooty Hon • 100 Dt/r.'«- ti ition Agent i't! Anni Mai' Sh11?">immsr by DR P A YOUNG The two perfect r,iir help- ed the cotton to grow fine and it is develop tris; maris -.'¡uar' . How ever. I noticed that some of the Happy Ending For (Company Meals : -til •Iff rf '1 —^ mm? 4H adull .Silviri of cloth- ha'..- had 4 I! Hub ead< its on /tension aof: ni.v weekly a i..tndar schedule tarn Light and cream v ' Í > tur. h for n youh:; ire With li."V [ill i.vir t (kkoIii and ' asv d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches ary) 1 ames tool o.ship lint; Ser. r-hip Service ght night of CH E :h or "i. i~t am. i.m. p m. Mondays) ays) 7.00 r") o m. >.m. m rch )r m. >0 a.m. p.m. -6:30 p.m. > p.m. Church >r í a.m. • — 6:00 0 p m. p m. Church eorge a m. J p.m. ☆ i t * ■1 • Cp Reaching new heights... each week growing a little more in stature. Each day increasing in knowledge. Each year growing a little closcr to manhood. All Because he has been provided proper nourishment, training. and guidance. Help him to grow in knowledge and \ stature with the Lord. Take him to church each Sunday so that he may have a well-rounded and full life. Sek&S * . Í> 7W mm A' X The Church is God's oppomed ogency Qnd f0r spreading ^ fay o{ His demand fo.' m°n JV|5 gIounding in the loving his neighbo. Qf WDy 0( |,(e love of God.no 9°ver hn e om which we hold will long persevere a d ® eeú fo even from 50 dear will inevitably pen h -The > a selfish point of view one his loniily. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

Verdie Mae Banks Grocery and Market K&N Root Beer Stand Hiway 69 North Rusk, Texas South- western Electric Service Company Check Your Horsepower Manning Grocery Rusk, Texas Stewart s Boot & Saddle Rusk, Texas Smart Shop Exclusive Ladies Ready to Wear on the west side of the Square Rusk, Texas Elect Your Favorite Lion... Gulf Coast Feeds Rusk, Texas , ' ' : -' ' ' • i mm w v, OF RUSK AND CHEROKEE COUNTY YOU CAN WIN BILL SHARBROUGH IKE DANIEL South Texas Producers Association Rusk, Texas Warn • I : t, ' " "i: 9H BILL DRAPER I VOTE FOR NAME ADDRESS ED STOVER BIG PRIZES TOO CONTEST RULES 1 Anyone can enter by filling out the ballot below, and either mailing or bringing it by The Cherokeean office in Rusk. 2 Total of 25 priies will be given those who vote for their favorite Lion to be "Mr. Alley Oop." Grand prize will be a r adió. 3 The winning Lior will be crowned "Mr. Alley Oop" Saturday, August 13th and will receive d $15.00 cash priie. 4 Contest closes Friday, August 12th. 5....

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