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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

CAMP, ■ Lilly rational (IF YE) lial nal- lEastern |ie lake- Jalisade bal For- August [•ar Yel- Teton Hole. Iho, and 1 Idaho. 1951 to 1 worked /ill con- 11 begin- through D. Muñ- ir of the conduct •iicduled lint,' wor- :30. by Bro. news pa- le United [■ery min- day. ie first tginia. .o ÍD CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL ■ TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE J *. RUSK MOTOR SALES NOW Is The Time To Buy A New Car Lee man Isaacs, owner of Rusk Motor Sales Will Not Be Undersold TRADE CARS With A Dealer Who Will Settle For A Small Profit Nice Selection Of New and Used Cars Rusk Mtr. Sales YOUR FORD DEALER Hiway 69 at "Y" — Rusk, Texas m NY NOW! SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECONO CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OP USE LEPT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U S. ROYAL TIRES 801 E. Rutk Phone 4291 i low MS! lb. Cars Wanted Top prices paid for Used Cars. Sec as first J. C. Williams, Ru...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

Ki- ns r I THE CHEROKEEAN PAGt 1KJHT AUGUST 11, 1940 Bull Riding Events Not Funny To Cleat-Shod Rodeo Clowns Garbed in ouUize overalls, face painted to startle a Comanche on the warpath, the professional rodeo clown capers through arena events until the Brahma hull rid ing. Then no longer do*1* the term mountebank apply. Hr becomes a deadly trrious tactician protecting grounded contestants from flail Hospital Calling is your rtport «*ch wwk diy from KTLU-1580 10:00 A.M. ing horns and cloven hooves of the angered bulls. While the spectator see* humor in his darting sidelong passes a the bull, every move is calculated oy the clown to divert the animal's «.rath At cines this is accomplish- ed with apparent nonchalance but olt'-n he must plunge in hr¿<| long to n -¡cue a cowboy helpless beneath a half ton of irate l>'-ef intent on destruction Armed only with or kitchen broorn the rodeo < ¡own must never v iver in the f;jc«* of danger His lr elihood ii acc( tjnt I'd foolish Ui M...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

w pf M m ill STREET BEAT The Jacksonville Volunteer Fire Department was entertained at a steak barbecue Tuesday night by the Southwestern Electric Service Company. Chief CHARLIE WILL- IAMS served as cook, and did a fine job except for the fact he lost all of the plates and silverware. FRANK RANT , A. A. HALL, and HOLLIS DUNCAN of the South- western Electric, members of the Jacksonville Police Department were ¡ . ' ■i August Communications Course Is Scheduled For Jacksonville; Study Related To Industrial Efficiency Section III COUNTY'S FIRST BALE FOR 1960—Joe Tuck (left), chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Committee presents Rich Williaima of Mt. Selman a check foi $25.00 for bringing in the county's first bale of cotton. The 570-pound bale and press representatives guests for the outing. . . . HAROLD -BURR" DAVIS is re-' ported to have made the starting. team for the Ainnepeg "Blue Bom ¡ mers" of the Canadian profession- ¡ al League. Davis is playing offens ive center a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

¡SI: THE CHEROKEEAN « MGE TWO AUGUST II, 1960 Honors Mrs. Ara Davidson The Rebekah I/xljfe 200 of1 Jacksonville met Tuesday night Auffust 2, honoring Mm Ara; Davidson f>r her thirty years of membership A cake with thirty candles on it and punch were served Twelve members were present There were 3"5 visits, 15 cards. 12 good deeds, 17 hospital hours 5 flowers, 15 gifts MRS. BOYD MOORE Mrs. Janet McCool and Boyd Moore Exchange Vows Tb'' home of Mr and Mrs J I) Mooney, Rockford, Michigan wai the scene of the wedding of Mrv Janet McCool and Boyd Moore on July 29 Rev Morris I. Howell, pastor of the 1-ir-t Methodist. Church of Rock ford performed the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Faust and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs I¿:wis Moore, all of Jacksonville. Mrs. Judy Sanford served as matron of honor arid Ottis Darrell Moore a.1 best man A reception followed at the Rockford Motel L. H. Davenport Injured In Farm Accident I, H Davenport of New Sum- merfield was s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

&ee$ee special FREE Kodak Film For Life With the Purchase of Pee Gee Paint When you make your purchase of Pee Gee Paint you will receive a free coupon that entitles you to a roll of Kodak Film absolute- ly free. It will be mailed to you with an envelope for mailing it in for processing. The cost of mailorder processing is less than the price you normally pay for processing your film. Your nega- tives, prints, and a new roll of film will be returned to you with- in a week. You will receive a free roll of film each time you send in a roll for processing. SPECIAL SALE PRICES on all Pee Gee PAINTS for Walls and Woodwork Vinyl - Odorless WONDER - TONES For Outside Triple Cover House Paint For Mason Vinylkoatt GOODWIN'S Paint&Wallpa per 415 S. Main Jacksonville To Be Wed At Crockett September3 AUGUST 11, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE Mr. and Mrs. Harlie Lawson of 307 North Deupree, Crockett, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Kay. to Michael Lee Pearson, son of M...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACK FOUR AUGUST >1, 1960 First Christian Church Members Attend Convention Rev. Robert Matheny, Kathie Lindsay, and Janie Ballard return- ed home Saturday from T. C. U where they attended the Christian Convention on the campus of the university since Wednesday The theme of the convention was, "Chnst or Chaos" Speakers from outstanding youth attended Three of these speakers were Wayne Ewen, president of Texas United Christian Youth Movement; Rev Daniel Morgan, minister of the First Christian Church in Den isaon, and Rev. Tommy Bouchard, minister of the First Christian Church in Mineral Wells. About 1200 young people from the Christian Churches in the state attended 0 Accidents in the farm home kill more than 2.700 and injure nearly 400,000 farm residents each year McLENDON Lelond Calloway Speaks To Brotherhood Methodist Men's Club Is Organized (Continued from Page 1) Mr Leland Calloway, pastor of Fellowships the First Baptist Church at Mt Tbe fellowship for the 196H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

1' o 8 Kit) cur <: ' •. ■ ■ 'Kautid . . Town tyitA íRounda&aut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rutk 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, 18¿7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10" per Copy ROUNDABOUT THIS week de- clines another opportunity to com- VOLUME 113 ment on politics . . . Everybody else is more interested in their Af CONVENTION own comments anyway. AUGUST 18, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER 9 MOREOVER, THERE are numer- ous other events, mostly non-politi- cal, which ought to be caught up on. ONE SUCH, which was not men- tioned in either platform, concerns the therapeutic value of pea shell- ing. The Roundabout home has singular praise for pea shelling. It is a tension fighter ... a sort of constructive figeting while one watches TV. WHAT'S MORE, you can skip every other 30-minute show wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN i*aGE two AUGUST II, 1960 LEGAL CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATK OF TEXAS TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST- ED IN" THE ESTATE OK WILLIAM CROSBY NEWTON. Defeased b. ir*B NO. 4)21 in the County Court of Cherokee County, Texas You are hereby notified that Marion Orba Ointher Executor in said cas , filed in the County Court of Cherokee County, T< xas, on the 16th day of August A t) lf*«, her verified Account for final settle ment of the ESTATE said W il litirTi ' rosby Newton t aether with an AppU<ation to be discharged from said trust Saul verified Account for final settlement and Application will he heard, considered, and acted on by vaid Court at 10 o'clock, a rn , on the first Monday next after the expiration of ten days froiri date of Publishing for posting) this en ation, the same beinK the 29th day of August. 19«50. at the county Courthouse in Rusk. Texas, at which time and filare all persons interested in said Account for Fin- al Settlement of said Estate are requir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

OUTSTANDING VALUES! ^ WRANGLER JEANS Rugged 13 3/4 oz. Denim Sanforized REGULAR! SLIMS! SIZES 4 TO 16 2.49 Men's Sizes 2.98 GENUINE LEVIS The True Western Fit! Unconditionally Guaranteed BUY NOW! Use Our Lay-A-Way! BAR 8 WESTERN JEANS Coarse Weave 10 oz. Denim-Tough Wearing! SIZES 4 TO 16 & Special Purchase KNIT SHIRTS SHAPE RETAINING! • AUTUMN COLORS! TIGHT SLEEVES! VALUES TO $5.00 NFAV FOR SCHOOL! WASH 'N WEAR CONTINENTALS No Belt Slacks In Up-To-Date Styling and Colors! Q(P Waists 29 to 38 Boys Continentals Black-Olive-Loden-Sand and Gold-Polished Cotton in New Fine Cords! Sizes 6 to 18 LEVI'S TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOW, LOW PRICES ... GREATER VALUES AT MATHEWS - MILLER BAM-TO-SCHOOL OUR RED GOOSE SHOES RING THE BELL FOR BACK-T0-SCH00LI MORE STYLE I MORE VALUE I BETTER FIT I MORE WEAR PER PAIR I Nationally advertised Red Goose shoes are stamped "approved" for the back-to-school crowd. Guide your pang to our store — enjoy a leisurely selection before the rush begins. Youngsters del...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

* '«>• •. I,-. ñ % mm* Mother Of Dr. Gabbert Buried We U I 'I E - r s n, she ■ laughters sisters . the? ' 'lay (.'en IS R meter-.. Mrs TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: '■■rtTt ha' 1 \i>ited in this (/(. numerous occasions a fid u'l made countless friends here died Monday morntni? at pon RENT House in good neigh- ir, Center follow;: recent ill borhood Call Morris Elliott MU 3- 42.'i2 or MU 3 4069 ■ ■ ■ v.v.v.v.v.v.\ . SPECIALS • THURS , FRI., & SAT., AUG. 1819-20 HUNDREDS LINED THE RUSK RODEO PARADE ROUTE Í ÍÁ THE FIRST-PLACE FLOAT AND OTHER ENTRIES . SPORT STILL TOPS. Rodeo 1960 Was Nearly A Perfect Arena Event AUNT JEMIMA Shorts 100 Lb. Burlap bag 2.39 MARSHALL — 18 % Laying Pellets 100 Lb. Print Bag 3.98 VESTA GLOSS Floor Wax There's rone better Qt. 1.19 < Ta) THEY SAW THE LONG AND THE SI 0RT OF IT KIWANIS... (Continued from Pag« 1) ly growing city in the world, and that ISueno-. Aires, Argentina i the larrest. fit y in South Ann-re a. with a population ol about million Many oth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

II THE CHEROKEEAN „5T 18, I960 PAGE , .. Rusk Attorney, Forest News McVicker, Tciks A. L CDC.M Mr anil Mrs ' i Iv ie Sr who bien empliiycd ni Houston .,■.<! back to tlteir pretty home .•re last week We aro proud to jvt- them Iwk Kiiv and Andy Harrison who . c il3c!tor Meet The Dogwood ;io. rd of Real tors held its regular monthl> meeting in Palestine Tuesday, August 1C, 1960. with Wilson McVicker, Husk attorney. as guest speaker Mr ,,| their tonsils removed at Rusk MeVu-ker di-wuvsed legal problems Memorial Hospital last week are associated with real estate, a ome doing fine Mr and Mrs. 11 juston hie and :r and Mrs. Lilbert Is ie of llous- !Nportt the weekend with their , ¿rents. Mr and Mrs ( C Ivie Sr. Mrs. Miltie and Susan Moake Nacogdoches visitd awhile Sun- jv with her family Mr. and Mrs < A. Odom. Mr and Mrs. Neal New land were business visitors'in Rusk Friday Mr and Mrs. Travis Barron and t hildren of Alto visited awhile Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ivie >r, Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 18, I960 PAGE SIX Revival To Be Held Here By Baptists Rev Jerry Coffrnan, pastor. will lead his congregation in revival next week. beginning Sunday Au- gust 21st, and continuing through Aujjust 28th The Memorial Baptist Church pastor will preach at even- ing services throughout the week, at 7 30 p m A revival theme It does make a difference what you believe" will be stressed during the meetings A cordial invitation is given the public to join in worship at the church on Crockett Street next week WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr and Mrs and niece Mis-, Houston, spent home here The and Mrs L < Miss Ann Sink Mr and Mrs. Thorleif Jorgenwn. Elsie Jorgeri.son of last week at their y had as guests, Mr Sink and daughter <>( Houston Joe Daniel <if N'ac 17th Mr arid Mr. .-,ri ok them to ramp Mr, ■,[" for thern Wedne> 9. Card of Thanks I wish to thank my many fnends for th■ :r many visits, cards, and beautiful flowers They meant so much to me while I was in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 18, 1960 PAGE SEVEN t - * V y !>■ -v — ,■■■ ET . •, A vs • ■■PI Hi I III |li III I' i • j. ««. WKPW; •* •*. •; * . ■•• ■• ~ > ' $ V ■■" J- ' V ' . •':■%* ■■■•■'"& ' * «MÜ ■■< .-¿•"S-f .->*;• -5r# fe ' '' '' :. —■ "M n- f.-.'V.- ,<•' '•" " ' "■ - - í ■ ***-; . - ' •■ s . ■>;r. ,V .. >• T-fSáfi-k* A crunchdd fender on the left side of th3 of the truck in the foreground was the ex- i nt of the damage when a pulpwood truck lost most of i s load at the red light on Highway (;<) last Thursday. But the whole intersection was cluttered with pulpwood, when the pulpwood truck, after its brakes failed, made a sharp turn to avoid a collision and threw (iff u large part of its load. The truck was traveling toward Rusk as it approached the in- n-section at a slow speed. The driver made the turn and stopped his vehicle at the bottom of the hill south of the intersection. Rusk Visitors Honored Feted With At Social Events Here Surprise BRICGELUNCHEON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

* THE CHEROKEEAN f>AM CMMT AUGUST 1i. \H6 FIRST METHODIST NEWS Reverend Jewel McClure, Minister Reverend Udai Singh, Missionary in India Pastor's Oilier Hours RUSK. TEXAS 8:00 A M to 12 00 A M Ptefor" Pen! When a member of our church is skk enough to call a doctor— and that mean oays in bed—do call the Church of/ice, that I may also know. The Church desires to help minister to all members in illness, in trouble and in distress. If you let me know, you can bo as- sured that the minister will be call- ing very soon. If the illness is < rit ical, I will come at once Many times the ministers learn of illness after the person has been in the hospital and returned home, neighbor may have thought that. the Church should know since she Such information when it comes to us always makes us feel "the Church has failed one of her mem bers," but the second thought alv> comes, if only they had let me know." Your neighbors know about it and you may feel that everybody knows about it Even ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

Summerfield To Begin Classes September 5th New Summerfield schools will open September 5 following a week long faculty and school per- sonnel workshop. Superintendent: O. R. Perkins announced this week. Approximately 220 white pupils and 105 colored pupils will join the back-to-school trek in the New Summerfield District. Supt. Perk- ins said they will be accommodated by physical plant improvements in the past summer. Improvements include a new S3,000 560-foot water well which has been badly needed for the past' several years; refinished interiors in the home economics department and the school lunchroom. And: $6,600 worth of new science equip-, ment purchased last year will be- available for instruction. Colored schools will be complete- ly repainted, inside and out. Supt. Perkins revealed that, with the cooperation of the community, the New Summerfield District wilL go into the school year free of debt. Below are teachers in the New Summerfield Schools for the 1960- 61 year: O. R....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO AUGUST II, 1960 SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW The Cherokeean TIXAS (^"prTSSTI ssq cutio ¿IT WHITEIÍEAI) MRS. E JH. WHITEHEAD GLENN BBOWN W 79tO Editor and Publisher Office and BufincM Manager News Mi tor Entered as second clas* matter at the postoffice at Hti.sk, Texas under Act oí March 3, 1879. Any errooeouf reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any pereon, firm, or corporation which rna> appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher SUBSCR Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County IPTIUN RATES $1.79 $3 00 $2.23 $4.00 Lyndon Johnson Works Religion Arithmetic... Lyndon Johnson, arp-uin^ the religion issue in president- ial politics, .-vaya that Protectant, Catholic and Jewish faiths should not turn upon each other, because they are outnum- bered by the world's non-believers. The Most High should have had such an advisor....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

¡i I U.v. HI I rv "■••^5 ■LWIIIII iiiiiiiii>iW«BiM Rusk, Maydelle FFA Members !n Forestry Course Jessie lvoy of Maydelle and Stan ley Draper of Rusk, both FFA members, are to participate in the Texas Forestry Sen ice's forestry short course this week near Wood v tile The two will learn forestry prac- tices and identification in the Mon day through Friday course Ivey is sponsored by the First State Bank of Husk and Draper by the Rusk Chamber of Commerce. a Members of the white race have j an average of 50,000 hairs on their i heads Napoleon called England a "Na tion of Shopkeepers." j Some sales prospects are misers; they let the rest of tne world go1 buy. READ THE WANT ADS Smokey Soys: MAKE One In Five Children Suffer Malocclusion THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 18, 1960 PAGE THREE hre PREVENTION 15 NOT ff* <m WtTK.BUTfOR EVEtTV PAY IN TVIE YPAC! &>£>& flK RALLY ROUND THE FLAG BOYS: Ocean Race, fashion designers created eye-catching red, white and blue overblouses in the f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR AUGUST 18, 1960 THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTU RE BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY of Hetail and Boneles* ruts by C. Judged in national competition CALENDAR SCHEDULE F. Murphey, Agricultural Market County 4 H en who completed ing Servwe. U S I) A, Washing record to#** will he honored at U)Tii i) c ihe annual achievement banquet (3) Evidence of Meat Quality by "> November Again, congratula! Frank A Orta, lacker Plant Super OÍ you who completed intendent and laboratory In.itruct- or, i>fpartrnent of Animal Hua bandry, Tex a.* AAM College If you would like some inform ation on any of these subjects con tact your lora I county agent Thursday, August 18 4H Leadership Lab at Bastrop, Texas llome Visits Office Radio—KEBE — Jacksonville — Irene Price Odom-- 115H2 00 Radio—KTLU—Rusk--Ann Shell- hammer— 1.15-1 20 Friday, August 19 Home Visits 4-H Leadership l-ab at Bastrop Texas Office Radio—KKBE llarvel Grant Radio KTLU -1 15-1 20 your 1960 re...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

jlonary) ICH Jame | School Wo.-ship raining S«r. ¡Worship j>t Service Night It night of CHURCH pester km. |1 a.m I P-m. ircít LE [lurch pastor a.m. |0:55 a m. p.m. 1:30 p.m. Id Mondays) ndays) 7:00 f—7:00 p.m. p.m. p.m. Ihurch Mtor a.m. 11:00 a.m lO p.m. T.—6:30 p.m. 1.30 p.m. Church kstor ):45 a.m. rice — 6:0ft |7:00 p.m. loo p.m. tist Church George a.m. Jacksonville & Area Churches ,0 MOVE «.OUHTAIHS TO . m.ntEoeSto«otVc equipmen Wheels turn, V S moved. lWa '8 pecessany bat once, to man, it does show tas^isnoNV .eenved an impossible ta^ God's word say ^ uave I'M a 9rain ""veha ' dye,halU*V 0j gustar > Rernove untothism^.^ushaU hervce to V° " ® ; sha(l be remove ;a>id °"u s„ imPosslb!e Ul°regularly. P"'* Attend chur exe«iM in statute and lea,n faith in God. SSI ¿mm :,V >■ Wi, - , - v - st ''MM "n Aiit woiM v,iU \onq Pe"e -,.uy peñsh. *! the thunh o P°m . yjetíot Wws® L0U\d upho^ Mnn> will * I. :00 p.m. REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together Attend ...

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

É i ST/; TI'LLIS KATIIHYN MOORE Rural Lassies In Search For Royalty -~~rr T:i -p □ i—i Pitchin' with Perrin rv H" iTTJ. J L tt I I ¡ L I """ I [—>{>•-• ~r J „ I v ' .. I _ ^.iSSSü INOIhthIZ^N^ ..J-; Í ~~ _;.V . >'--r" v> iv-'vi J r¡£, $3$ OPEN SEASON on Mourning unci White cloves ;irc .shown on the above map. Cheroket County, it. will be noted, is in the North Zone, where the setwon is September 1 to Oetolwr 30, both days inclusive. Hag limits are: Mourning Dovea, 15; possession, .*10; White Winged Doves, 10; possession, 10. In the South Zone, open season is October 7 to December 5, in- clusive. Th ree County Men To Wear SFA Emblem Three Cherokee Comity grids- ters will be wearing the SFA Lum berjack emblem this year Two of them—Biliy Hopson of Alto and Don Bell of Rugk —will be after their second letters Gayle Baugh, a 165-pound main stay in the Alto Yellowjackct line- ¡ up last year, will be in his firM season with SFA. Twenty-two Lumberjack letter men will return for ...

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