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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county W. J. Weatherby. j 4f#«« g- .■ i The lesson was taken from chap VT ■ II60 TS ter six of n Corinthians and told _ , . _ of "Living a Christian Life." Mrs rnfinifl NHOfl If j J. H Jayroe taught the lesson. *-"Vl«IIVI tJp^UIV Mrs. I. P. Newburn dismissed The Women's Christian Fellow- the group with prayer. ship of the First Christian Church Rev. D. Meyer New Minister of St. John's M. E. Linwood 4-H Clyb Meets Recently First Baptist Circles JACKSONVILLE noon at 3 at the church LULA NEWBURN CIRCLE Mr. Susie Owen opened the The Lula Newburn Circle of the meeting with prayer. .7 a m Mtocmnmr f 'n inn n C rr*: 4 : mi . ■ • Members present for the meeting were Mesdames, Susie Owen, I. P. Newburn, W. J. Weatherby, B. J. Albritton, Lloyd Andrews, J H. Jayroe and C. R. Meadows. The lesson for next week will be taken from chapter seven of II Corinthians. met Monday night at 7:30 for their regular meeting in the Dean Bible classroom. There were ten mem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

A6C • THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 11. 1tS9 news of interest to WOMEN Lioness Meet In Groom Home j'Vii i r — The Lionets Club Hull. met Tuesday morrunfi at 10 a m Members pri?*ent were Mesdames in the home of Mrs W A Groom W K Bailey. Julian Bolton, Hayden 835 Ft Worth for a coffee and Brown, A J. Common#. Guy Cham tusmes* meeting. b«rt, Mollis Duncan, Henry Hanes. The table wu laid with a linen A H. Hull, Jake Hunt, Art Gar appikiued cloth centered with an rett, W. A Groom. Beryl Richard arrangement of white, pink and «on, H E Moffelt and Bill Ward orchid gladioli in a *ilver bowl low Mrs Henry Hanes presided at the o silver service. Refreshments of cherries, grapes, cantaloupe and miniature danuts were served to the members Mrs W A Groom presided at the business meeting The hostess prize was won by the visitor. Mrs Edith Parker of San Fernando. Cal ifomia and mother of Mrs A H WO GIANT OCIAN WAVES reoch BO f*«' "> k«>ghl TK« higWent •g«l e*0< Kien"''íolly mea t/ 0<J wo* >0 U...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

• ** laniel eorge i son. . 4 • rear truck i the f one e '47 ran ch- lot im- ns, ity ire mg th. me Lng ise, m ñ 9 f 1 I I 5* HÍHhk f«« * • •• and ftflM best ftodi.slm>Wfc ft« mn*r FREE ATLAS # Sewing Machine YOUR CHOICE OF ATLAS OI* Vacuum Cleaner NOTHING TO BUY JUST REGISTER AT PIGGLY WIGGLY Drawing to be Held SATURDAY NIGHT JUNE THE 20th LB. Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Rath Black Hawk Sliced BACON MINUTE STEAKS " 75' Kraft Plain or Pimento Sliced CHEESE « 33' Armour Star CAN HAMS 4"" 4.39 Imperial Cane SUGAR 10 POUNDS Sunshine Hi-Ho CRASKÉBS POUND Maryland Cluh Instant COFFEE Large 6 Oz. Jar Sunshine CRACKERS ) POUND BOX ALMA Diamond Brand 80 COUNT PKG. NAPKINS MELLORINE SN0*LUB Vi 35' Plymouth OLEO Lb- 15' BISCUITS^iS 3 cons 25' LB. # GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Home Grown TOMATOES Home Grown CORN 6 « 19' Home Grown Fresh Purple Hull OKRA ¡19' PEAS ¡15' PORK & BEANS Light Crust FLOUR 10 /.*>. Bag 89' PIES MORTON'S soap 43' 2™ 39 APPLE CHERRY BLUE LABEL karo syrup EACH 12 OZ. J...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN A6£ a J UNI 1!, The Cherokeean Tex as TV* Sr, . 1 i*" £ *«• !-3.k legislative letter Quiet in House; Longevity Pay Uncertain, Says Glass War Years Furnish Stirring Chapter ® For County's Rich Martial History By Policemen ESTABLISHED iUUT i, IM7 AS THE PiOWfcfc* Entered u second c*asa a MUt *t the portothce «t iMtr Act oí March I. 1ÍÍ4. Run. Ton E H WHITEHEAD MRS. E- H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Offke and Business Manager New* Editor From W. W. OUm The mam legislative interests lately have been centered in the Senate where the Governor'* big ta* bill i* now being ronüdered And the Governor w now engaged, as he wu in th > House tn a fight with many of I he big lobbyist* over this bill Naturally the strict gles are principally around the tat on natural gas and other items in the bill pertaining to corporation in the end the death oí the In fart, the Governor spent al- or repu tn the c^ujans"o*thia'nevrspapér'will begUdly corrected upon being broognt mo...

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

m •# m THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 11, lfSf PAGE 3 Sta- in for Iwas [hile C. |>art- :-so- irers tere What •Alto Folks• Are Doing by Joan Finl«y Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood of Huntsville were in Alto Thursday night visiting in the home of Mrs. Wood's sister, Mrs. Mayóla Jeter. Mrs. Jeter's grandson, Billy j Spears, is also visitir.g his grand j mother for several weeks. Mrs. Rip MeGaughey and Mrs. j Bobby Holcomb were business visi- tors in Nacogdoches Tuesday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Gain- esville and Mr. Pat Parta of San Bernandido, California spent sev- eral days this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Campbell and Van. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Stanley and sons, Wren and Keith spent this week in the homes of their par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stanley and Atoy Avenges Alto Little League Defeat ALTO—The Alto Little League team was defeated by the Atoy team, June 2. by a score of 10 to 1. Sponsors for the Alto team are Rev. E. G. Morgan and Mr. D. R. Lenard. Incidentally the Alto team...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 JÜNE 1,59 DEFEAT GROVETON ALTO—The Pony League of Al to defeated Groveton Friday night. June 5, by a «ore of 5 to 4 A Dutch Chocolate treat with IMPORTED j Holland favor I00XMIIK IN BORDEN'S DUTCM CWOCOLATE Children get all the health values of real, double-rich Borden' Milk piuk (he ta.-te thrill of del if tons imported-from-Holland chocolate flavor ... when you serve them Borden* Dut< h Chocolate Milk. imaottamb\ irden's, Dutch hocolate ti C ** *" Eight Injured In County's May Accidents Cherokee County got through May without a traffic fatality However, the Highway Patrol Ac ndent Summary listed eight per si ! injured in May accident*. The county had a total of 12 ac- cidents. according to the summary Damage <*a* set at $8. ¡75. Ssrf John MeVean oí th< I'al evtír.e Sub-station of the Patrol reported that in the five county : rea covered by the Sub-Station there v.<re 53 accidents Forty- five fx-r-'.ns were injured and one killed Property damas;'- ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

■ ■ Í YOU'VE HEARD * * ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that ENDS OVEN CLEANING FOREVER NEW >959 KELVIN ATOR with Throw-Away Aluminum Oven Linings ' at BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Miss Glenda Short to Wed Robert Hayes In Home Ceremony, July 15 Bluebonnet Girls Go To Austin For State Meet This Week J'ViLLE—Ann Bruno, daughter The purpose of Girls State is to j of Mrs. D B. Bruno, sponsored by ¡educate young women in the dut- the Rotary Club; Anne Champion, ies. privileges, rights and respon ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs V. D. sibili'ies of American Citizenship. Champion, sponsored by the Am- Its purpose is to awaken within erican Legion; Joan Merrill, | the youih of our nation a sincere! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. conviction that a well-informed. Merrill, sponsored by the Lions1 intelligent, participating citizenry Club; and Fat Cornelison. daugh- !S "!0Jl vitally needed to protect ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Corneli- ¿&...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN FACE * JUNE 11, If59 Jacksonville Hospitals MAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Jvnt S Admitted Mrs BL V Farr. Haw kins; Mrs Lee Sander*. Garland; Dick Tipton, citv; Mrs. John Bruno, city; Mrs .Vola Jones, city, Don Mack Wilson, city; Mrs Elea nor Stroud, city. Mrs W. C. Camp bell, Lufkin: Mrs. Derou* January, Estaré; J C McRight, city; Mrs l>a>le Sessions, city, Irona Mint. Canton Miss Ellen Justice. At hem Dismissed Ed Spenccr city Mrs Eula Lam mom. Quitman; Randall W. Orme. city; Arthur Caylon Orme, city; Tillman Owens. Montaila, William A. King, Timp son. Merces Dee Johnson, city. An me Myrel McCleland. city. Mrs Ottho Black. Rank; Barbara Jean Stewart, city; Mr* Lee Sander*. Garland U)hln£poo€ FOOD FREEZERS ARE THE... Now is the time to prepare your food* for winter, while there is an abundance of fresh iruiU and vegetables available. -OP5 RCA WHIRLPOOL FREEZERS Designed to hold more food, gives you more food-keeping conveniences with free, $200 Value 5-Year protection War...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Heppy Life 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 Phonr 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 & SON'...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 June 1959

"AGE • THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 11, 1959 Mr Black will return to Stanton with them Methodists Approve Time Change ■ i • c ~ eniag of Highway 60. June 8th. holiday Purvey j Glenn MiUer of the Commercial President Pipes presided at the Plan* Announced announced plans to sur- «Id abo reported for the rians Mnnountea bdOot all city businessmen I Interna] Affairs Division. He said At Chamber Meet «■««•ni-, •>* 'r/e*drs 'and Christmas holidays. Balloting Pr°Jecl to increase tne Lnamoers is planned for this week. I membership. The Industrial division, accord-! Directors present Tuesday were and their daughters, Je n Celeste He haA retired from the Gulf Oil through the summer months. j enjoy a longer day of rest, and ajong Wltj, fjve division re ing lo Ide R HaI1' chairman has Dr Chas„W Cast"er'. G*ra'd Chap and Judy are spending the week Co. Their daughter, Mrs Garland Beginning Sunday, June 21st. will conclude the morning's ser- ports been working on plans for a new man, William E. Davis, R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

0 0 ¡fi 'Hound . . . Town tyiitk JftoundaJftout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville iftncitt in the most complot* local newt medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS, THE PIONEER JULY 5. 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Atiero film • W1J. * o Box "im " saiM O.JO ec# 10c per Copy WE'VE RECEIVED many favor- able comments from the broadcast of Monday night's joint meeting of The Citizens Committee and The Rusk City Council. KTLU brood- cast the entire meeting Tuesday. GLAD TO HAVE JIMMY PER- KINS back in Rusk for the sum- mer. Jimmy is working at the Citizens State Bank. Jimmy is one of the finest young men Rounda- bout knows . . . He's made a fine record at the University of Texas, VOLUME 111 16 PAGES RUSK. TEXAS JUNE 18, 1959 NUMBER 52 RUSK VOTERS WILL have an opportunity to express themselves on two mighty important issues in the immediate future. An election is du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

Selling Best Result Renting Services \ Employment head and usfJHi fok sale FOR SALE 1956 25 HP Evirrude Motor and Vello* Jacket boat and trailer Four life jackets Price, tSSO Real Bargain' Call Ml" 3 4005. Rev Ehrood BirkHhacb tfc 50 FOR SALE; I have 12 lot*, about 6 blocks from Court n?uv\ 1 block oil Palestine Si All utilities Will build you a home on or e of them. I will furaub plan . « "J sperifica- tiotti and help you to finance. Pbooe MU 3 2802 M L. v artille Rusk tfc 28 FOR SALE: Used television sets for taie. All size* ano makes, at Rock Bottom price* Ouaranteed in good playing order Urdal Ra- dio Company, Ru*k, Ph MU 3- 4G46_ tfc 43 BRICK HOMES FOR SAUK: New brick boom in Crest view addt tion Dining room, kitchen living room Modern and appealing thr oughout. See Morris Ha<ise11 or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk tic 32 FOR SALE: 3« acre improved farm Spring water, % mineral rights, and large 5 room house barn, and other buildings located 6 miles southeast of Troup. For information s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

q; D. Eu- 3a vis, unior THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE It. 1959 PAGE 3 :* *y :as > RUSK NEWS Mrs. Lois Henry and Mrs. Morris Hassell and sons Morris, Jr.. and Charles are visiting this week with Mrs. Henry's son-in-law and daugh- ter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richardson and Jimmy.' Mrs. Hassell and sons are visiting her brother and sister- in-law Dr. and Mrs James F. Wat- son and children at Corpus Christi; enroute to Corpus they visited with Mrs. Henry s son Robert at Col!e;e Station Monday noon. Mr and Mrs. John Bryan Maness ard son John Paul, Mrs. Gladys Goodson and Mrs. Addie Hender- son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Goodson and family at their Garland lake house at Lake COOLED BY REFRIGERATION „ GET A PARTY TOGETHER AND ATTEND OUR GIANT FUN SHOW FOR CHILDREN THURSDAY, JUNE 18 AT 1 P.M. HERE'S THE FEATURE: aunior TK9JUC .. SUYf to A i jUEL ON THE, Mississippi] IE* BARKER.-PATRICIA MEDINA HEY KIDDIES, You May Win A Flying Saucer of the Spac* Agel The Sensational New "BOOM-O-RING" 6 Boom-O-Ri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

é-< I PA&C 4 • ■ - ; *' ■< *_ • - v- ■ THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE II, 1W No Moves Seen Thomas Cocke Baptist Girls In Gallatin In San Diego Tyler Pork Wed. ISD Question Delicio us Sunshine Dessert The Bob T*nk r*l*y Tomato Sh«d in Jacktonvill* oponed Monday and by lata Twtdav had loaded ov four car . T*nktrtl y aid he expected to continue buying. No new moves have been report- ed following the removal Monday of five names from the Gallatin petition asking an election for consolidation of the Gallat'n and Jacksonville districts. The removals left the petition two abort of the minimum 20 signatures required It was reported that action of the County School Board will be sought to annex the district to Rusk upon petition of Gallatin district residents However, no such moves had been made Wednesday and there was no indication of which route Gallatin patrons would choose. 0 Little League Standings Are Reported Here < urrent standings in Rusk's Ut- tl" League was reported today by I.i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

B.iwíM, Frank Rand Speaker At Kiwanis Meet Frank Hand with Southwestern Electric Service Company oí Jack- Methodists Begin New Services Time First Methodist Church mem- bers are issued a reminder that next Sunday morning services will begin at a new time. Through the summer months Sunday School is to start at 9 a.m., followed by the regular morning worship at 10 a.m. I sonville was guest speaker at Tuesday's Kiwanis luncheon meet- in? at the Texas Cafe. President Carl B. Case presided when the group convened in re- i ¡rular session at 12 noon. Introduced by program chair- man Bill Davis, Mr. Rand talked to the Club about the history of electricity. He reviewed Cherokee County's electrical history, and cited its use as having doubled in the past 10 years. Rand is division manager, vice MYF Candy Drive Now Under Way J'VILLE — The Methodist Youth Fellowship of First Methodist Church is selling the World's finest milk chocolate filled with roasted almonds candy for 50c a bar to fi- nanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

Or. P. A. Yourvg Different kind of growing con ditio&s affect unlike tomato vane THE CHEROKEEAN page é JUNE II, t*S9 Different Kinds Of Growing Seasons Affect Unlike Toms ties differently. For example. Campbell 135 tomatoes in 19Í57 and 194ft set good midwason crops like Ruten, only much better than Rutgers in the fall of 1958 Camp- bell 135 tomatoes bore many fruit 4x5 to 6x6 size and they were re markably free from cracks The buyers liked them and asked for seed so 1 arranged for local sale of seed I was surprised that so many pounds of seed were sold. Now we shall have an extensive commecial test of Campbell 135 tomato. Its immature fruit are light green so I recommended it for a pink d«al <not a green deal) Its fruits ripen to fine dark red color Like nearly all other tomato varieties, it is susceptible to catfacing or rouirh fruit* early in the spring The flower burls form in tomato plants when they art' 3 to G in tall Cold dry wind then usually causes many of the earlie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

I av- of news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county ras I the Dinner Fetes Miss Keasler J'VILLE—Mrs. Alvin ChUds and her daughter, Claire, of Shreve- port. La., were hostesses for a din- ner party Friday evening at 7 o'clock in their Pine Crest Lake home for Miss Sara Keasler, bride- elect of Jerry Barnett. An arrangement of marconi daisies and stock centered the table and was flanked with brass cande- labra with white tapers. Greenery in brass urns was used as a focal point against the paneling and candlelight. Guests were Mrs. Frank Keasler, mother of the bride elect, Mrs. George Williamson III, Mrs. James Harris Scott, Mrs. Ray Adamson, Mrs. Phillip McConnell, Miss Betty Travis, Miss Linda McDougle, Miss Betty Jane Wilson. Miss Nanette Odom, Miss Ann McCollum, Miss Molly Pearson and Miss Mary Ellen Beall. The hostesses presented the honoree with an antique English brass teapot. MISS SARA KEASLER is being served by Miss Betty Travis at a dinner party in her honor Saturday night ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

►age • THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE II. It Mrs. Richey Feted At Tea Shower Monday '39 Grads Of i'ville High Hold Reunion A tea ihower honoring Mr* James Warren Richey. nee Mar* Evelyn Dodson. a recent bride, was given Monday evening from 7 to 9 J'VILLE — Jacksonville High School graduate oí the class o£, '39 held a reunion Saturday night Muse* Dolore* Miller and Ann jn the Liberty Hotel Twenty-fix McCarroll registered the guests. 0{ the eighty seven graduates were The many beautiful gifts of present and along with their china, crystal, linen, silver and wnen. husbands and other guest o'clock June 15th in Fellowship kitchen utensils were displayed by made a total of forty attending Hall of First Baptist Church Miss Snellings, Mr W.llingham the reunion and Mrs. John Jopliri jar|< Casey and Lt. Raymond Background music was provided Tucker, two classmates, were hon by Miss Sue Banks at the piano ored by a memorial placed inside Other assisting witn the lovely the program cover Both of these a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

em- slivered with f, Har- big lead ved by 23 with 22 John- I Williams. 116 White. vere tops- iiere are |d only 1 section total of Cor ►ver care- it hasn't fince you ream last a good tie reel jr leader knot is from a floating ^er tube, s an ex- a little with a like to ("ly morn- own oat close like the bug a- . Let it and then that it turbance. a few lie ambi- hit at it big old Ihe perch las he hit I bass has B- If you look, you ■ming on. |l double lie adroit Ind when pat. have a good into a |ght lead- taking |too. You worms, ^pending, igry the the |to watch Usuallj- id works e knows ment he ver kind me in- ut right ttons on coat, all fed- icy Gen- hat' iDY'S eflwü? .S-M M I & . . . after all, pop's preferences have a g:>od bit to do with the sort of foods mother shops for . . . and pop usually has a very discerning palate! That's why, we think, so many moms shop PIGGL\ W1GGLY — cause the foods always excellent (reasonably priced, too). For Father's Day Piggly Wiggly has an ext...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 June 1959

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN STATE CAPITAL NEWS JUNE II. 1959 The Cherokeean TEXAS ■ PRESS"! mocurio* 7959 Ideas, Not Dollars, Delay Congressional Agreement 6STARL.SWCO JULY 5, 1*47 AS THE PIONEER Entered u second uui ro*lu/ tt tbe postoffie* at Riuc, Texaa under Act of Marck 3- 1879 EL H WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENX BROWN Aav erroneous reflfctioo upot, ti)« cbsracter. standing. or repo- tattoo ot aa> pervoo, firm, or corporation woich may appear n the ¿otarnos of this newspaper wiJi be gladly corrected upon being brotignt -h# «rtentiM of tbe publisher S2 25 a eallon for $7.000.000 Wine. Senate increased tax by 20 per cent, for $201,000 House doubled it for $1,000.000. Senate also tripled feet for sell- ing beer and wine, doubled per- mits for liquor selling, for an estimated $1,600,000 House bill does not include this TOBACCO PRODUCTS— Senate, Dowdy Laments Nation's Budget, Giveaway Money From John Dowdy Congressman The President has again asked Congress to increase the National D...

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