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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

I! .í i > CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE Ifecf BUY - SELL - TRADE 1. AUTOMOTIVE CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk CALL 4227 In Jacksonville We Have A Big Selection Of NEW and USED CARS ALL BEING SOLD AT SACRIFICE PRICES DURING MONTH OF JULY SAVE BIG MONEY.... Trade Cars With A Dealer Who Will Settle For A Small Profit Leeman Isaacs, owner of Rusk Motor Sales, Will Not Be Undersold!!! RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" Hi-way 69 at the "Y" Phone MU 3-2204 Rusk, Texas la. Cars For Sale SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES 801 E. Rusk Phone 6298 mV! ,, what cat buysl^i READ THE WANT ADS USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Car* at Bargain Price* J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk 1959 Galaxi J FORD Radio, healer, white lires, plus many otherj accessories. New car guarantee Real Bargain 1958 Thunderbird Fully equippe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 21, 1960 Outdoors In Texas By VERN SANFORD new-, seldom \ s hot • - t|r ' hi-, ! thf 2° (': W'\ Mam reason t} that it ld*«l for Pr• 'f for SK-voting Do-Re-Mi I JH f Off Hm ■ r irt< r p'jjw rfj U/ * J ♦ T ! '. lit M fi ft?* > us, .Bt$L i<i:\c ii(\( # f r r '♦ I' • h nt.it r, I isjuf i • ii n#li t 11 v 11 i * oiolr -*, Mr*. JYiii !r liv.irtl « f Nrw \ • • t I < if in a rom |irl ilion hi Jinil ill* In* iotfinjc (lr'K> "• h Uf pi in top jilnitiial *li,ipf and |n rfr< I \un« Hill •i dirt of 11 ii r 11 < l<i!) It nrj{ • j In Ik . a ni do# food nil h imill in u ppc li/rd ii ii trili on. 1 lirr< > • mi ¡iv ni km * ii. ^ v ¡ir i in r Jii-pri > iulf.nu iriHudt an a lii I i I v |o rr j"I - «i• i'l 111 • ■ , r~m77t/4PPW' "JTS? r*^'r>vl*ji ■ XToaTTIZ ISTs* W are SPECIAL TRÉA fS ) ft WHEN YOU HAVE AN ELECTRIC • •••••••• FOOD FREEZER IN YOUR HOME • ••••••• Leftovers can produce some oí the finest meals your family has ever eaten .. . w...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper • • Local News * Classifieds * Editorials STREET BEAT Jacksonville Firemen were very grateful to Randy Foster and the employees at the Frostop Drive-in ¡ for the can of ice water they fixed, up for them during the Aber Box & Basket Co. fire Monday night I . . JACK REN FOR has been so busy he hasn't even had time to use his new boat . . . ROBERT SADLER out did MONK again this; weekend; he caught a bass and pop didn't catch a thing . . . Proud parents of the week, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. HABERLE, both of their college age youngsters made, the deans honor list for the spring semester, MARIANNA at S.M.U., and DONNIE at the University of Texas . . . NICHOLS INDUSTRIES w e n t back on full production Monday morning following a temporary partial shutdown following the fire there last week . . Discussing a case? Hulon Brown, John Spires, and i i , i n Jones having coffee at Wood Drug . MOLLIS DUNCAN, chairman of...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN P«ge two JULY 21, I960 v:fi Three Firemen Attend A&M Fire School Three Jacksonville firemen arc atfendtni the annual Fireman'-. Sch'Mil íi* Tf- * a s A A- M College , tiki k *ccording to local Fire Je part men t officials, attendance <.f the whool by three firemen fr'■ rn th« c ty result iri a five per '••rit firr• in«uranre r hid it rating Ato-ndr,;' the school are Fire ( hief and '■'¡re Marshal C f Will lam* Volunteer fireman (dan IVter- i r ft George San ford a rneml>er of "he paid force Will irns hi. attended the school three tim"« before and tfm is San ford's «econd course "Ih<- - hool is divided into hasr and advanced courses, and thos<i ci.rnpletinj; training will receive certifi'-at ."- During the school th«- fire met1. '•'II study all type-, of fire figh'in# methods ANNUAL Youth Week Activities Underway, 1st Methodist MKS «JOHN (¡KAVKS ALI'HKIHT Stubblefield-Albright Vows Are Exchanged In Palestine The Walton Springs llapti-it Church was the s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

V -* 1 % # $ ■M w v Av /.. WrVw " i taffeta were arranged on the1 patio Dn one was the groom's' cake which was decorated with' Hosted fruit. Coffee was served from a brass samover. The other table held the bride's book and an arrangement of white flowers, The bride's cake was served !rom .1 polished table in the din-1 1115 room. White Agapanthus was used on the table with a tall silver | candelabrum holding white can- dles. Punch was served from a table draped in antique while taffeta centered with an arrangement of smilax and gardenias. Inside the home guests were re- ceived by the bride and groom and their parents. In addition to the members of the wedding party, others in the houseparty included Miss Carolina Jolliff of Dallas, Mrs. Gary Rainwater, Dallas; Mrs. Anthony Welch, Fort Worth; Mrs. Robert Maier, Mesquite; Mrs. John B. White, III, Jacksonville; Miss Patsy Sweeney, Longview; Mrs William Brazda, Midland, Mrs. George C. Dunlap, Dallas; Mrs. Clay KUiol. Dallas. Miss Jud>...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR JULY 21, 1960 CROCKETT PCA Annual Meet, Building Dedication Slated Sat. More than 800 stockholders and jjuf-sts oí the Crockett Production Cn-dit Association from an eight county area will gather at Crockett Saturday for the association's an nual stockholder*' meeting and d* dication of its remodeled central office building. The two activities will highlight Production Credit Association Day" in Crockett, officially pro- claimed by Mayor Barker Turista 11 The annual meeting will be held in Da'.> Crockett Park beginning at 9.30 am, to he followed b-. the building dedication and open tíoíise at 1 p m in downtown Crockett The annual meet; program will be feature! l>: e ion of two director . I lyinent of a stock C M. PATTERSON Makes Tex. U. Honor Roll Wayne T -lolly von of Mr and Mr- K B Jolt; 1001 Henderson, is among the 141 I niver-ily of Texas s'udent li-ietl on tin- foil of Fine \i' < [jf i oil í:i;ifI' public by Dean K W Doty Wayne i - Ii * < ••...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

Mlcro/jjm .. J' 0 Box 8CG0 k ° 4 cor ley ince ■ pi !>*:v I 'Haurui . . Town tylitfi fiaundaímut EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS first to Miss Beaulah, who leaves the post office after 39' ¡ years . . . We're going to miss this lady, whom we never could miss before when we went to the post office. IMPACT OF TV: Around town, people are not bunching to talk anymore. They're "carcasing," the maybe—not-so-corrupt adaptation of the convention caucus. Anyhow the word caught on. BOY SCOUTS seem to be the most active in the heat of the sum- mer. They've a good program go- ing. Lots of credit due to Ralph Travis, Bill Davis, Bill Jones, et al, who also put in lots of time. WISE MEN in the past week have expressed alarm at the rate spiritual and moral values are be- ing abandoned. You won't find folks any closer to basic values than the kids and adults here in Rusk. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news mediu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN I*AGE TWO JULY 28, 1940 Europe Pampers Parents Young People Camp Planned At Lakeview fjiiir- m«ni i- ¡ genuine interest in istration fee and an optional fee the church ' of <2.% for the music < urs< offered are hymnology,j Since there is a limit to the son;: leading, conducting, service Junior and the Senior, 75 pl.j re. and accompanying. vocal PVf " ' . int,'re- bri-1 prim: pie % of voice, church u . • d 'o :.. • . < >-a¡-Jr i'.ior. thoir mi'hod -ighl reading and blank* ;h<- earlx ' p«s.ible flai« n''''' n hii<j <-t r ' ■ .i to Mr Jurit reh • ere'ary. or Mrs ), choir director Shirey On Leave From Navy Duty Die-o Calif at 813 Palestine St. Jacksonville He hii beer, reasoned to while he is ..n - a duty. Fi 'h'er Squadron 33 'it L S ® Naval \.r station Ocean a Beach Women who r< \ ¡n their maiden .n Mt j m e -¡1 s viler Stoners rriage are ca! horn** ♦hiri' Call H iiiston and a member of the University of Houston faculty i.- THE GAY LAUNDRY LLO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

ille ¡den THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 28, 1960 PAGE THREE Maydelle News BY MRS MINNIE CONNER Billy Charles Sherman has gone l > Minnesota where he has employ- ment. Mrs Vera Glidrion accompanied Mrs Berna Dean McQueen of Palestine Friday to Dallas. Her little granddaughter, Virginia Lee Glidden returned home with her lor a week's \isit. Mrs. Retilla Ball accompanied Mesdames Connine Boulton, Man Lou Shotwell and Nion Thompson of Slocum to Colorado and other interesting place-> of sight seeing for a fortnight. Bill Durrett of Oklahoma has re- turned home from a visit with his mother, Mrs Ben Yarbrough. Mrs. Kate Sherman left Sunday to visit her children in Kansas. Mr and Mrs. Elbert Fondren left Wednesday for Houston for a visit with relatives and friends. FREE Trial Size with Purchase of... and get a America's Largest Selling Vitamin-Mineral Product Buy a of 72 tablets at regular price bottle of 18 FREE! $0.19 4.79 Save Value $1.40 11 VlUmlm, 12 Mineral In Each Tablet Use the free tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

igaflMMItMlW1 THE CHEROKEEAN pace 4 JULY 28, I960 People, Places & Things Sears New Catalog Now Being Distributed In Area-Manager An in «ir. a lion in high fashion \ fjavid Bradley I •• Skottter, ■a'.i i inveiled today vhr t mtrodu< a ntw winN-r >.|* rt I'owi-rcf! by .1 I . horse- jMj'A-cr engine, it ran reach speeds of 35 miles 1 /< r hour KCU r, r>* PRESIDENTIAL BILLBOARD NEW YORK: Hopeful* in the Presi- dential race. Including one "scratched" (Sen. Hu/nphrcy) and a "dark horse," lineup at a billboard starting gate. UI'I PHOTO CHICAGO: "The I-ark coif- fure introduced at hair styl ists' convention an ww summer style. Sue Decker wears Studebaker car'.-. hood ornament as a decoration PARIS: Shiried to perf- < tion, this American hori'<r gu«rd' ¡ helmet reflects tin- Arch of Triumph at military cere- mony. t ri I'ltOTO Mrs. Lindsey Hostess For Stork Shower A stork shower honoring Mrs bean Ray of Jacksonville was giv en Tuesday afternoon from 2 !) in the borne of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

* WEEK-END femí/t/ Vacation SPECIAL FOR AUGUST SPECIAL ROOM RATE FOR FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS 98.00 per day (or (2) peraoni, including FREE roll-awayt for Children in family unit. You can "live it up-' in luxurious accommodation* that normally coat from *8 to $24 per day. EXTR ' SPECIAL FREE CONTEST All guests registered for Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays will have FREE Chance on WEEK-END VACATION PRIZE This AWARD is made every Sunday at 3 p.m. during the month of August. Guest Is given (1) ticket for each night's lodging and mum be present to win. EACH WINNER is entitled to a FREE deluxe type room for two, In- cluding children included in family unit. Yes the lucky winner can enjoy a glorious 2-Day Vacation FREE at Jack Tar's fabulous Resort Motor Hotel. At the Jack Tar Orange House you'll enjoy the pleasures of resort living at downtown hotel prices . . . carefree, informality that make* a real vacation. 120 air conditioned rooms—33 pool- aide cabana rooms, each with pri- vat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 73, I960 Rodeo Become !n Drob Post Ci Almost a century ac<> on the plains of the southwest the sport Of rodeo had its beginning It bore little resemblance to the pre sent streamlined version held in almost half a thousand communi- ties across the nation, ewn the Cala Rusk Rodeo. August 11, 12, 13 Chaos held the country followinu the Civil Wa* Most populated areas in the defeated South had been decimated and laid waste Those who came home found the future srim and unsettled Hun- dreds mi . rated westward ■ n .search of new fortune On the vast plair.y ranch' r, had lef* their herd-, to join the war between the states The longhorn had multiplied < i fid overar th'- land, thous.ir'' •• •• 'I h- ership bra■ d- I'h- r.i or i >• i discovered . !l / ' ¡ i a lariat, the;, ,</,i/td an .-m pire on th** hoof S< ¡I lie:' in Search for a :¡ ward the r.iilro, ■t p hundri Popular Sport vil War Era nf miles to the north. Haudim: ti> ilether their herds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

various adv- ídinñ those f a record k guide for students He >f the Alto rs secretar)' 83, AF&AM member o £ of A Frank •h. T ADS th Id ply I i s ks YD il L * > H It# <; * • THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO PACE SEVEN In and About Alto BY INEZ TURNER ,t\ Fred Worthren and Mrs Slanton were visiting here Tues Mrs. C D. Sanders of San Ant-' rthren of Montgomery. former- day and renewing old friendships, onto is spending the week here i'f'Uit pastor of Alto announce Mrs. Murdock will be remembered with her daughter. Mrs Forbis: .«• arrival of a girl. The Worth- as Fula Powers Dial and family híive three other children, Mr and Mrs. .1 O Thornton of Mrs. H. L. Evans of Waco is¡ . bovs and one girl. Gushing spent Sunday with Mrs. visiting her son, Dr Evans and Mr and Airs Johnny Ray of Mc* Ihornton s mother and family, family. Also guests in the Dr ■ v;. > are the proud parents of a Mrs Mae Hanvey Evans home are Mrs. Evans' ■ rn July 26 He tipped the I-itUe Sherry Treadwell, who broth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

■ ' í- T'^Mvv ' THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIGHT JULY 31, 1940 FOREST NEWS Steal Grandmother's Formula /or World's Best Fried Chicken A. L. OOOM spent the weekend with grand .Mr and Mrs FYank Harrison mother, Mrs Nobie Williams and \itited Sunday afternon with his Mr William*. brother, Mr Jim Harrison who is Sorry to report Mr Henry Arn ill. Mr and Mrs. Walter Harrison, old had the misfortune to get his Jloy and Ann also went along to leg cut on his mower At last re visit his uncle. port it was doing ok Mrs. Miltie Moake and Susan of ■<,'r Morris Simmons N'acodcdoches visited awhile Sun day afternoon with her family, Mr and Mrs (. A. Odom. Mrs. Bud Broach of Dallas visit ed awhile Monday with her par er.ts. Mr and Mr- 1' W. Petty Davjd and Karen who had been Milting their grandparents went home with their mother Mrs lien Smith of Rusk •• isited Monday with her parents. Mr and Mrs P. W Petty Kenneth Petty who is employed at HunUviUe visited Tuesday with garndpa rents. Mr and Mrs P W Pett...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

V&U MS® ■ ■ mi m. Ill h< No. 1 Poultry Killer Needs Early Control COLLEGE STATION — Control of leukosis, the number one poul- try killer in the I' S , cannot be ac- complished by the application of antibiotics to mature birds Dr. R. W Moore, assistant professor of veterinary medicine in the Texas A M College System, says that leukosis can only be controlled at two levels of production — the breeder level and the grower level. Since leukosis shows up in ma ture birds, many poultrymen be- lieve that only mature birds may be infected. This is not the case, s i s Scive With SAFETY Cormnt Divirf««>d Wo Pre Ar>nv)oi Compounded Sirtij-AnnortMy First Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF RUSK Rusk T>x.vi Ph. Mu 3-270S says Dr. Moore Leukosis is caused by a group of viruses character- ized by an exceedingly long in- cubation period. In almost every case the bird becomes infected during the firs; five weeks of its life. Once a bird has reached mat- urity, says Dr. Moore, it ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

; W ' THF. CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JULY ?8, 1960 The Cherokeean TEXAS (TPRjST3 ASSOC l*TI0M Um fjjN 7960 Austin * STATE CAPITAL NEWS Student Gets A '■ a rd At SFA rch or Rosea in 1'tr.o This is Initiation <>f th>- apparently ,t trend which R H WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAI) (.LEW BROWN Kditor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Entered as second claw matter at the under Act of March 3 1 87fl postoffice at Hu.sk, Texas 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 be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of tho publisher SUBSCRIPTION Si* Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out oí County Doe Year Out of County BUT GUESS WHO N0W> RATES $1 73 $3.00 $2.25 J4 00 By Vern Sanford T x*- Pref, Association •\l'VIT < TEX if the br.ieki-h, major crimes rise 45 per cent in " hard , brick.-, water common to the past five years minj...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

the tota] of epartment to and research iher 1, in-i students |.it¡fi^ in •umnier I in Augu.siine )s Center fded Siso fur «y under the [bert L. Pack- Jacksonville San Au ust- |warded S^oo. |of Center has md Royce I . for \aiMus cytology and >y Dr Lewis, funds from Foundation ■search Part- Ill be eontin- more years it of biology. Ithe exact | delivered cing job. Kce, fair Texas JULY 28, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE THIS WEEKS Sports ROUND-UP OUTDOORS IN TEXAS What Can Fishermen Do With By Vern Sanford them. According to a recent survey, Our Pilgrim Fathers solved this two-thirds of the people who fish problem by burying a dead fish and inconsiderate of is the one of the best eating fish wasteful in the CJulf. others. Same is true of the Sailfish, es- We can poke fun at the various peeially when smoked. Uut it is means of disposing of fish. But that's not a very satisfactory meth- them gently into the water, after seldom so considered. the true sportsman will see that oil. Besides...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS EXTENSION AGENT'S WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thursday, July 28 Beef Cattle Meeting iri Crockett Soil Conservation District Board Meeting at the Boa!I Farm in New Summerfield Wells Clothing Workshop in Home Economic# Building at Wells from 9 00 AM to 12 00 I'M Ponta Clothing Workshop at the i'onta Community Center from 3:00 PM to 5 00 P M \>w Hope 4 H Club Meeting at 7 30 I'M Home Demonstration Tamp a' Tri- nidad. Hadio KJEBE Jacksonville Irene Price Odom II 55 12:00 KTLU Rusk Ann Sbellham mer 115-1 20 Friday. J/ly ?? Wells Cl'.'luns VV'.rk .... -,r H< r<- E<unoiui' > .uiiilittj .it Well -v from 0 00 A M to 12 I' M ponta rlothiiu: Workshop <it the Ponta C¿mmuriit> 1 1 ntcr from 3 00 P \l to ;> 00 P M We!;- p.eeord Book Workshop for nutrients necessary for maximum crop yield There are three princi- pal reasons why our soil has be come so depleted < I < Water and wind erosion. '21 Removal of plant fix*! nutrients by cropping; arid (...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

:hes EE (Missionary) 1st church Charles Jame —Sunday School -Morning Wo.uhip Baptist Training Ser. Evening Worship Ved. Night Service Saturday Night (1st Sat. night of BAPTIST CHURCH Griffith, pastor >ol—10 a.m. irship—11 a.m. rship—7 p.rn church" EDULE aptist Church ' torean, Pastor bol—9:45 a.m. Irship—10:55 am. lion—6:30 p.m. Irship—7:30 p.m. It and 3rd Mondays) If3rd Mondays) 7:00 I Teacher—7:00 p.m. lee—7:00 p.m. je—7:30 p.m lodist Church free, pastor 1)1—9:45 a.m. [ship—11:00 a.m. |P.—6:30 p.m. M. Y. F.—6:30 p.m. [ihip—7:30 p.m. of God Church lolf, Pastor Ihip—9:45 a.m. [s Service — 6:00 Ivice—7.00 p.m. |ce—7:00 p.m. p.m. Baptist Church |rt D. George -10:00 a.m. 30 a.m. |m. ip—-8:00 p.m. Jacksonville & Area Churches S 1 m To a child a band-aid is the quickest cure, and will heal and protect any wound. This is a wonderful trust . . . how wonderful it would be if we would place the same trust in the Lord. "Ye that fear the Lord, trust in the Lord: he is their help and the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 July 1960

Verdie Mae Banks Grocery and Market ) K&N Root Boer Stand Hi way 69 North Rusk, Texas South- western Electric Service Company Check Your Horsepower lit Manning Grocery Rusk, Texas Srrart Shop Exclusive Ladies Ready to Wear or. the west side of the Square Rusk, Texas Gisif Coast Feeds Rusk, Texas South Texas Producers Association Rusk, I exas Stewart's Boot a Saddle Rusk, Texas Stover's Cafe Best Food Always Tasty Pies At the Red Light & Hi way 69 Rusk, Texas Cartlidge Drug Prescription Service Fountain Drinks Cameras & Supplies North Side of Square Rusk, Texas Elect Your Favorite Lion... OF RUSK AND CHEROKEE COUNTY i ■ i'¡ 1 Cm , ( t ■***' I k / ~ , I /■'JÚM' "3* U * M f¡,V * i ; V á^% S V:.: ^ ■ "mm BILL. SHARBROUGH IKE DANIEL ?.V m I ' IK w BILL DRAPER /: ED STOVER Mathews- Miller Department Store "Your Store of Dependable Quality" Rusk, Texas Webb's Dress Shop Rusk, Texas Shop The S-AS Sale Save At Sears Sale Now In Progress Sears Catalog Sales Office MU 3-2241 Rusk, ...

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