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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

tho tos CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE Vj CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS 1. AUTOMOTIVE * 0 é é / J v. • ip Salo" RUSK MOTOR SALES NOW Is The Time To Buy A New Car Leeman 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 ALL NEW FORDS BEING SOLD AT EXACT WHOLESALE PRICE Fairlanes BIG SELECTION OF Galaxies * Fairlane "500" L-O-N-G TRADES FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR We finance on liberal terms. Come in . . . We'll show you the invoice price before we talk trade. COPELAND MOTOR CO. Paul Copeland, owner Phone 87 Alto, Texas ' ° t c- r y USED CARS Save mi $200.90 On These Cars 1959 BUICK Lesavre, ?-door, hard top, Beautiful leido Lavender finish, air conditioned, dyna-flo trans- mission, radio and heater. On* owner, 45,000 actual miles. NY WW! 10W WICK! $2375 SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

THE PAGE EIGHT CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 11. I960 STATE COMMISSION SAYS Legal Notice AN ORDINANCE GRAN! ING rights of any other public service Juvenile Problem To Worsen TO THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES TELEPHONE COMPANY PERMISSION TO INCREASE THE CHARGE PER MONTH POR TELE- PHONES IN THE TOWN OF RUSK, UNDER CERTAIN CON DITIONS. AND GRANTING TO THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES TELEPHONE COMPANY, I T S SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE RIGHT, PRIVILEGE AND AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN LINES FOR TELEPHONES AND TELEGRAPH ALONG, UNDER AND OVER STREETS, ALLEYS AND PUBLIC WAYS OF THE TOWN OF RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS, UPON THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CON- DITIONS, TO-WIT: BF, IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF RUSK, TEXAS, that 1. The town Council of the Town of Rusk hereby agrees to and con- senU that The Southwestern States Telephone Company, which is the successor and /or assign to the Southwest Telephone Company, to increase iU rates charged p*r month from the rate* previously charged fo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

Section 111 The Cherokeean Jacksonville News Reproduced from the Cherokeean Star Journal STREET Suzy Rucker Back From Northwestern BEAT Drama Institute This summer. Chicago provided Suzy .Jacksonville Cheerleaders who were attending the High School one Jacks<>™Ule teenager Cheerleaders School at Southern Rucki'r an opportunity for five Methodist University in Dallas last weeks on the "Big Time." She ex- wee* did our town real honor. The p0rienCed an inslde view of tlu' ¡ High School girls. SUZY RUCKER. ^«n^erful world of the theatre MARY FAULK, JANE GIBSON, and was privileged to meet many ELAINE KIRKPATRICK, LINDA interesting teens from all parts j SHANK, and KATHY JENKINS, of the United States. This was directed by MRS. ROY II ANN A made possible through the med- j won several firsts places in com-,ium of the High School Institute petition against over 600 other ¡ in Drama of Northwestern Univer-1 high school cheerleaders. The Jun sity. high school institute offer- CLARK, GAI...

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

'•"'Iff THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST II, 19ÍO The fireman who .steers the rear t0 the heart JA PAGE TWO CLARK... (Continued from Pag« 1) lir.gton, Jannie Freeze of Jack sonville. Mr* Emma Hall of Dallas, and Mrs Mary Shamberhn of Hou ton, and one grandchild Central Baptist Circles c-ii'l of a hook and ladder truck Our present fundar was ,1 a ,.r r; ,n. 'nought into use by Pope Gregory v., d'iing rir.2> are placed on the Mil in 1582. ,I ,nJ fin.,.r ,f the l«'ft hand be Kindni-5 is a language the mute ■ ju i i an old K.;yptian belief speak and the deaf can hear that a r.en • run from that fin er Planet means wanaerer. READ THE CLASSIFIED ;£s¡s ZlT¿V1C E The Truth About Prescription Cost Did that l««r prescription seem high priced? It may have been something new . . . not y men produced) Penicillin wat very costly, whan new, but now it'i inexpensive* Y oj can't guess prescription costs, but you can depend on ui for fair pricat a> PHONE, mA May Drug Inc. Laritie at Paq-.d^la Jacksonville...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

was |<-'gory mute hoar JACKSONVILLE BRIEFS Tin' \V. M. S. of the Central >!: Church will hold an execu- • meeting at 3:00 pin, .Monday, A :.st 22 and a business meeting at 3 JO P m. coils back THE BASS ARE BITING Lake Jacksonville Boats and Motors For Rent Fishing Permits Live Bait Fishing Tackle twining Room Open f 1:00 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. SERVING:- FISH CHICKEN STEAK DINNERS Sandwiches and Snacks Starkey's Cherokee Pines Lake Jacksonville Concession (.'ARAGh APARIMENT FIRE—An unoccupied garage apanlinent at 812 Brown t was badly damaged by fire last week. The building owned by Mrs. M. E. Trout was partly covered by insurance. Newburn Circle Meets Monday August 15 The' L'uló Newburn Circle of the' Women's Auxiliary at the First! Baptist Church met Monday after- noon at 3 00 at the church with Mrs. C. R. Meadows presiding. Mrs. A J. Spearcy led the opening pray- er. During the short business sess- ion a discussion on using the fifth Monday in August for visit- ing the sick and s...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 August 1960

I AGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST IS. 1940 The English Crown Jewels are first rapital oí the Southern Con kept in the Tower of London federacy. Montgomery. Alabama was the READ THE WANT ADS Johnson-Snodgrass Wedding Vows Read School Of Instruction Held You Asked For It... And Here It Is BIG 8x10 PHOTO SPECIAL Regular $9.95 Value $149 11 EACH 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday-Friday-Saturday Sorry: Only Three Per Customer Selection Of Poses Photo By Ray Howard PERRY BROS. 5c to $1.00 Store Jacksonville SUMMER BOAT Everything drastically reduced in time for several months of summer fun. 16' Bilt-Well Boat ||A|II CQQC was $529.50 HVII OÜJÜ ENDO-CRAFT, all aluminum Fishing Boats 12 ft. Boat 1Ofi.50 14 ft. Boat 14(1.50 was 179.00 Was211.50 Water Skis Ski Ropes Boat Cushions Life Belts Bow Lights All Boat Accessories REDUCED A WHOPPIN' BIG 50% WATKIN'S shop i At Rebekoh Lodge The School of Instruction wai held by the di rict deputy presi rlent Jame B Ifolcomb of Re bekah 200 of Jack onville. Tuesday ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

B fiaund' . . Town 1 tilt Siaundaiout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining h# new Qath«rino facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville as*nci«s 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 \\m Soalce * 8,1erV Microfilm Serv , , o TV,- noRO 10' per Copy iM m. 11 f ft FINALLY, WE are seeing our city make a move toward joining 113 the ranks of those who've taken a contemporary view of municipa government . . . the people, under home rule, are taking on more of the responsibility of governing themselves. YOUR NEWSPAPER has been taken to task for its antiquity. In fact, twice in one week. Readers— one in Rusk and one in Tyler— who read everything we print, have challenged two fillers. Now fillers are those little gems of phil- osophy and general information you see at the bottom of a news- paper column. AUGUST 25, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO AUGUST IS. 1960 Enjoys Tour Of Southern States Mjss Bob Leakr returned Thurs- day from a vacation in florida and other adjoining state*. She travel- ed by chartered bus with 27 teach ers. the bus left Texarkana Au- gust 5th at six o'clock A M : an overnight stop at New Orleans gave time tor a tour of the city and dinner at Antoine's plus Morning Call" for coffee The following day thoy followed Gulf Coast on into Tallahassee, Florida, for overnight and tour of the city At the close of the third day Sarasota. Florida, furnished an ideal overnight stop Places of interest visited here were John and Mable Ringling Mansion; Ringling Art Museum; and Museum of Ring ling Circus, all of which are own- ed End operated by the State of Florida. The fourth day about fi 30 P M we reached Miami liearh. Bal Harboar. Florida, Americana Hotel, our home for two weeks Highlights of Miami other than ' Delta Kappa Convention" were "Greater Miami Tour" covering Miami Beach, Hialeah,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

r THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, I960 PAGE THREE WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr- O J. Guenttjer, and Mr- Ward Soak* motoivd to Houston over the weekend Mrs (luenther spent the weekend with her son, and family. Mr and Mrs I„i\vrence (iuenther and son, Stephen, and visited her husband, Mr Guenther who is in the Veterans hospital there Mrs. Stale spent the week- end with her mother. Mrs. Hol- brook Margaret Davis is at home now following a tonsillectomy last Sat- urday morning. She is the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W E. (Bill) Davis. Mr and Mrs. Clifton Thompson of Big Springs returned home Sun- day after visiting relatives here, also their son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean Thompson at Tyler, j Mrs. Annie Mae Whitney of Dal- las and Mrs. Downs Bolton of Al- buquerque, New Mexico visited Rusk friends and relatives last Fri- day. Mrs. Whitney is the former Annie Mae Guinn of Rusk Angela Dickey of Sam Houston College, Huntsville, spent Friday night with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Edwin Dic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

PACE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, I960 For ALL Car* SEAT COVERS expertly installed <14.95 and up Babcock Bros. Auto Supply "Your money buy mor* at your Babcock Store" Phor MU J-4020 First Methodist News RUSK. TEXAS Reverend Jewel McClure, Minister Long Joins Kappa Delta Pi Society WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Reverend Udai Singh MLwioaary in India H 00 A M U> 12 00 I' M NACOGDOCHES John ' from Rusk recently was initiated { into Kappa Delta i'i, national p>r<> Webb and Brad Harvey re- Mrs Velma Slaughter of Brown- ai(j at Clinton, Iowa They also vis- turned to their home at Tyler last wood also was a guest in the home ited Branson. Mo. Hannabal, Mo. week after visiting with t h e i r of her brother, Mr Heald last the home of Mark Twain and all Mr Boy Isgate and Mr I.* week • SPECIALS • THURS., FRI., AND SAT., AUGUST 25 24 27 WHOLE Maize 100 Lb Bug 215 CLAYTON'S Hog Finisher 100 Lb Bag 3.29 CLAYTON'S Hog Grower 100 Lb. Bag 3 59 Stock Salt COARSE OR FINE 100 Lb Bag 1.19 R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

k H ier Wedding Shower Honors Mrs. L. Bullock Tuesday FOLKS & FACTS FROM In & About Alto THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, 1960 pAGE 5 BY LINDA STEED ALTO—A wedding shower lion- former .Miss Ida Huney ring Mrs Larry Bullock was Central High Community en in the home of Mrs Johnny Steed on Tuesday. August 16 from Mrs Joe Turner and Mrs Ager E (' Danials returned Friday of the Turner went to Midway Sunday from a visit in Beaumont. where they were joined by Ager Mrs II Hopson and son, Jim- The guests were registered at Turner They went on to spend mv of Carthage spent Wednesday J D night with her mother, Mrs. Beulah Poore. .. the day with Mr. and Mrs. ; to 9 pm. Mn, Bullock is the lhe li(>wr b> Mrs Mllton Landru,n! Spillars, Jr and family of Madison- and they were greeted by the hos- v¡llo tess, the honoree, her mother, Mrs. ^jrs 0ei¡a Uowen of Houston ar- r% I It. E. Haney, and her sister, Mrs.: riVed Sunday night to spend a few James Dover. days here with relatives and in Mrs. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

PAGE SIX THF. CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, ma Miss Leake Returns From International Convention fnisi RuBfcRT LEAKE Mi— Robert Leake returned home Thursday after attcndm:: fhe Internationa! Cómentioh "f Delta Kappa Gamma in Miami, Florida August 5 18 with headquarter-; at the Americana Hotel The convention included appro* i mate!) 2.U00 woni'n educators re presenting the f;fty (¡tales united in heart in mind and purpo '• working together on the business of Delta Kappa (.arnma's Inter national Theme ' We stand on the rim of tomorrow's horizon. Its hallmark is change; its guest is <if the irurid and spirit Its frontier stretches to the stars ' The opening meeting of the Con- vention was held in the '.rand Ballroom at 9 30 A M , and the pace was sot for the 1960 Inter national Convention. Our Presi- dent, Mis* Ola H Killer. Flint, Michigan, presided Miss Malx-1 F McKee, Member at l/irge," Car- lisle, Iowa, presented a very beau- tiful litan), the Roll Call of the States wa-> completed, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

t land leet- lí k r r * >0 H 4 H 't THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, I960 PACE SEVEN Rites Held In Rusk Tuesday ForOrren Haskell Bowling Funeral services for Orren Has- dauahter, Mrs Joyce Marie Creel The First Baptist Church will host the 5th Monday Federation of Church Women's meeting. August kell Bowling, formerly of Rusk. of Tvi,r; three brothers, Oswald were held in the hurch of ( hnst ¡{()SS Bowling of Wichita Falls m Rusk at 1U Tuesday morning. Marshal! Bowling of Port Lavaca' Mr Don fin-ant of Rusk and Mr Clyde Bowling of Atlanta; four sis- R Perkins of New Summer- terg| Mrs ()we(a Murphy Mrs field officiated. Marguerite McLeod, Mrs. Maxie "i,th at 3 p,m; Mr Bowling, 45, died Sunday. Ray Brown and Mrs. Rossie Tipton, Mrs J H-Kreimeyer is president August 21, in a Bonham hospital all of New Summerfield; and four oi the or"aniza,ion- Rev. Jewel McClure, pastor of the First Methodist Church will deliver the principal address. De- votional is to be given by Mrs. Hardy Fitts. Special...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

PAO* CIOMT THE CHEROKEEAN AUCUST K. 1M0 Rusk Folks... j0 Attend 1 Change Helps Farmers Get Farm Housing Loan Collegiates To Receive Recognition "Ofi-to-Colkge" night in First Baptist Church will be observed Sunday, August 28th at the even ing «*rvice. According to the pastor. Rev. Lonnie Webb, the program 's theme will be "Majorinf: in Maxi mum Discipleship " College students are to receive special recognition at the service and will also participate in the evening's program An inspirational menage will be delivered by the pastor O- - Shaving was originally a pro teetive mea.sure since long beard* were easy for opponents in com bat to seúe. Ralph Boozer Completes US Army Course FORT BELVOIR, VA (AHTNC) —Army Pvt Ralph W Boozer, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Boozer, Douglass. Tex , completed the 10- week carbon dioxide plant opera tion course Aug. 12 at The En- gineer School, Fort lielvoir, Va Boozer was trained to operate and perform maintenance on equip- ment used in the production, sto...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

9 w nty Adrr- it Of- Tex- W Alto Furnishes Farm Bureau With Second Queen In A Row More than 200 persons were pre- sent Saturday night when the Cher- okee County Farm Bureau held its annual banquet and crowned its queen, the organization's second consecutive queen from Alto. The farm Bureau members and guests met at the School cafeteria dinner and ente ies. Rusk Junior High for the banquet rtainment activit- Section II The Cherokeean AUGUST 25, 1960 Cherokee County News * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS -¥• EDITORIALS wmmr. •¿f>' I r ?VÍ' ; I i Wm ' "í! Mi* V i I üf , lililiilstl > i ** -' Si ÍIIiraÉ mBMHH; . i > '«*> ... Bureau by Hilda Alto. Looking on Queen contest. Sue Tullís of Alto is crowned Queen of the I 'herokee County harm Dixon, who reigned during th • 1959-fiO year. Miss Dixon is also frojm during the ceremony is Kathryn Moor*-? of Gallatin, a contestant in the .Judging was held last Saturday night at the Farm Kur.au banquet. FOR SANTA WORKSHOP Toy Maker Needs Mor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

>1 THE CHEROKEEAN STILL A MAJOR KILUR PAGE TWO AUGUST 25, W0 The Cherokeean E. H WHITEHEAD ICRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office arid Business Manager News Editor Here's How Federal Aid Lockjaw Took Lives Of 52 Would Simplify Schools Texans, 24 Infants Succumb Entered as second class matter at the postoffi under Aet of March 3, 1879. at Rusk, T'-xas From Stale Health Department (. .rnmeridi ' thorities. The ::i a j'¡r killers -cancer, heart di-.eax and accidents do most ot the statittje rattling in Texas just a- elsewhere throughout the Any erroneous reflection upoo the character, standing, or repu Ution of any person, firm, er corporation which m j appear in the columns oí this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of th« publisher. S U B S C R Six Months in County One Year in County Si* Months Out of County Dne Year Out of County IPTIÜN RATES SI 73 S3 OC 12 23 woe KJUTICAl AGITATION MOT WITH STANDING Right To Swing Arm En...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

I I I $$ II I Rural CD Active 'In the Field' THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, 1960 PAGE THREE Residents of rural America's 5,000.000 farms art being urged by civil defense officials to plan now for their safety from nuclear attack as they consider ordinary hazards ' Leo A Hoegh. director of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobil- ization, points out that "the safe- ty of the nation depends upon our farmers being prepared not only to reduce their human and prop- erty losses through accidents. They also should take the neces- sary steps to insure that if an enemy ever attacks us with nu- clear. biological, or chemical weapons, our farmers would know how to survive, recover, and produce the food and other products upon which victory would depend." A broad rural public informa- tion program is now underway in 3,000 counties. It stresses the relatively simple methods by which people can develop their own self-protection against the fallout hazard of a nuclear at- tack—the principal threat to peo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

the: cherokeean PAGE FOUR AUGUST 2S, 1940 KOLACHE, OLD-WORLD TREAT THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS Junior Assistant County Agen Donald Doug'** The farmers in most sections of Cherokee County are just waiting lor a week or so of good dry weath er so they can start putting the corn in the barn and some aro also going to start picking cotton next week For instance, Mr Guy Good- man of Wells is planning to -itart picking the twenty second of this month Most of us realize that a cattle man is faced constantly with the- decision <!•> to hether he should invent moue'y in a new mafias - ment practice Ref- re making a wise decif :- n. ac ortJinr to I. A Maddox Extension Animal Hit- handman, Texas Agricultural E.< tension Service, he must have a jood estimate of its cost h < w much It Will ir:í reate protlur • III and the expec ted selling ;<ri< < < f the finished product Here are a f- w pra - lio-. that ycu, as a te-<-f cattleman, might w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

I w 3S issioniry) URCH les Jarnei y School ng Wo.-ship Training Ser. g Worship ight Service ay Night Sat. night of ST CHURCH ith, pastor a.m. -11 am -7 p.m. URCÍT ULE Church Pastor 45 a.m. -10:55 a m. i:30 p.m. -7:30 p m. 3rd Mondays) Mondays) 7:00 her—7:00 p m. :00 p.m. 30 p.m. t Church pastor :45 a.m. ■11.00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. . F.—6:30 p.m. •7:30 p.m. God Church Pastor -9:45 a.m. Service — 6:00 -7:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. m. laptist Church D. George 0:00 a.m. a.m. i—8:00 p.m. "i was glad when they said unto me, LET US GO INTO THE HOUSE OF THE LORD" .. in thy presence is fulness of ¡oy .. Open up your heart, sing praises joyfully unto the Lord. The feeling of being and sharing with others in worship is at its highest in the Lord's house. Hear a message from God's dedicated servant. Know the satisfaction of praying to the Lord with others. Attend church regularly and ... "Praise the Lordi for the Lord is good: sing praises unto His name; for it is pleasant." ♦ :::::: III;;! * II '•v. { . r- ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

I « PAGE 6 THF. CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 25, I960 Finishes Nursina School i Troup, Rusk Youths Receive Recognition At TFS Course VVOODVIf.I i !i 'I VVr: M ■ f C!■•> . Hisk Chauiber of ("on. Sri, 'I, County FFA youth from iM-rce, Fin>t State Bank. Hu->k. Trout.. Texa- va named the Iwst l.ivin::on Rotary Club; Beau ciii/.fM Friday at the eoricíÜ ion of m/tit ftotary Club. Nacogdocht-s the on"' week Youth Forestry Notary Club, Fast Texas Milling Shortfoiirsc near Woodvilk*. con Center, The Dallas Garden ducted jointly by the Texas Forest Club Belsterling Scholarship Fund, ry Association and the Texas For Hemphill FFA Chapter, Williams est Service. He was sponsored by Lumber Co., Cleveland; Clark.v the Fast Texas f-.irm and Ranch ville Rotary Club; Fast Texas Farm Club Tyler Wright reeeived an and Ranch (.Tub, Tyler; Livingston engraved plaque donated by the Haynes Manufacturing Co, Liv ingston Charles Durham, a Lufkiri FFA student made th«■ highest grades on the scholastic lest-, sco...

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