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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches £ast side assembly of god Jarnes Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. MornLig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. first assembly of god 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor 6unday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. t:\ening Service—7:30 P.M. IVMC- ? 15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman. Pastor Sundav School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—-7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wed. W ednesday Service—8 P.M. bethel baptist church 203 Austin Street Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 402 South Main Street Dr. Bradford Curry. Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—8:15 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. Ch...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize 500 $ 00 Bonus Prize if you can cor- rectly gues* the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Jacksonville and Kilgore Football Games. INDIAN Back Of The Week ROBBY ROBBINS Halfback Jacksonville's top ground gainer In th«« first two games. Played end on the Hatchet Gang last year. Is in his last year of eligibility. A let- terman in basketball and a member , of the Indians relay teams last year. BEFORE THE GAME OR AFTER MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT SADLER'S RESTAURANT FAMOUS FOR DELICIOUS FOODS CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN - MEXICAN FOODS SALADS SHORT ORDERS COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE LETTERPRESS - OFFSET BUSINESS CARDS STATIONERY OFf'K :k forms FOLDERS menus WEDDIN<; ANNOUNCEMENTS KIELY PRINTING CO. 104 S. MAIN JACKSONVILLE INVEST YOUR SAVINGS WITH .. . The Highest Scoring Team Let Your Savings Work For You Where They Will Earn Our High Dividend Rate. CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM Jacksonville Building & Loan Association *15 if mm Prize *5 WI...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

STREET BEAT mmmm W-XmSBÑM #¿ UU Twenty six members of the Jack- sonville Quarterback Club watched the movie of the Indians game with Orange Tuesday night at the South- western Electric Community Room . MARTHA HYER, the Texas Movie Star, was visiting in Orange Friday and stopped at the Jack Tar Orange House. When some- body mentioned her name Bill 'ifantham wanted to know what team she played on Mr and Mrs. TALI.EY NICHOLS and Dr. and Mrs. HUGH RIVES I'lew to the game at Orange . OAKLEY CHILDS and the other ot- ficers of the tioodfellows Bible Class at the Central Baptist Church were relected for another term Sunday morning vilt.TSm/Z" in'orange!drive-in bank is designed to save time by making it possible for you and pulling for the Indians: his children go to school in West Orange . . Mr. and Mrs. F. I). NEWTON, are in New York City attending meeting of the American Bankers Association. . . . Tickets for the Jacksonville- Athens game slated for Friday TexasBankToOpen New Motor Bank ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

f Ik'* *-' OPENING FOR BUSINESS MONDAY MORNING Texas Bank & Trust Company New Convenient Drive-In MOTOR fcANK The Most Convenient Way To Do Your Banking No Parking Problems Saves Time Come Dressed As You Are You Don't Have To Get Out Of Your Car } ? • • ' f" , ■ £ ■i:< J 'Í- 1 ■ A,? " " ''4'dPil£M¡ ■ ; > f ri:•'/;> '"'i:' ' . 'Vj. i W>. • '• 1'■ . '• s...-. '''./ w'ít/ . ■>' '•>' x ' m so/v sr. £ 2 ; I1 COMMCRCE <57. tcxfts i trustca m fíw si 06. /// ! . ! Map Showing The Two Entrances To Motor Bank Regular Banking Hours 9:00 AM To 2:00 PM You Can Make Deposits Note Payments You Can Get Statement Service Change Service + Pay Rolls fíon/c Money Orders FREE Valuable Gifts To The First 400 Depositors Suckers For The Youngsters FREE TEXAS BANK & TRUST COMPANY The Friendly Bank Member F. D. I. C. Kill

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

CONGRATULATIONS To The Texas Bank & Trust Company On The Opening Of Their New MOTOR BANK ■ lii WM ;;V: ífe:' ■. ' "■'.*< - v.f. , I IP IH&* . «? Pf ' jfí;' '■vgiíá Ü ' • • w? -^y t'V,." f: ** •* *faá < I I I I I' i I 2SSI^- i's r; IBfilMiliiMr^ The Financial institutions of Cherokee County extend their Best Wishes to the officers and directors of the Texas Bank and Trust Co. of Jacksonville for their opening of this new modern facility to serve our growing county. Citizens State Bank Association JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Member F.D.I.C. RUSK, TEXAS First Federal Savings and Loan Association RUSK, TEXAS Continental S tate Bank Member F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve ALTO, TEXAS First National Bank Member F.D.I.C. JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS First State Bank Member F.D.I.C. RUSK, TEXAS

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

a ISi ft Training Session For Commissions, First Methodist A training session for all com missions in the First Methodist Church will be held on Church Night, September 28th Workshop leaders (or the respective Com- missions will be as follows Commission on Membership and Evangelism—Rev. Jester White, pastor of First Method Lit Church, Huntsville. and chairman of the Thus Conference Board of Evan- gelism. Commission on Stewardship and Ftaanoe—Mr Howard Thompson, public relations direct nr of Rice University. Houston. Tesas, and Chairman of the Commission on Stewardship and Finance, First Methodist Church, Bellaire, Texas Commission on Missions—-Rev Darwin Andrus, Executive Secret fry of The Joint Board of Mission 01 the Houston Districts, Houston, Texas, and for years a leader in the cause of missions in the Texas Conference Commission on Education—Miss Betty Lerzig, Educational Assistant at First Methodist Church, La Marque, Texas, recognized as one of the outstanding direr-tors of ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

VERY BEST WISHES THE TRUST COMPANY and Directors NG MONDAY OF odern Drive-ln BANK :i. -.1:..: ..i- x - :: Sü "' I: ? a. ¿*D££i_. : • . ' ■ . ■. ' . msoN sr. "i:/v^ ... iíSSSí Si *i ■■■■ . Sfc' ■ - .' y^. " ■ v • « . ' fA J M<„ i , , • ' • > ■>, x~r- ■ ; • ' •• - •• • . .... ,u:m i V-,.';. • .. :*K> _ t ft, ■ > -O .. ... .;, • ' * * commerce s i 'y C ' ■ ■■ ■■ -\ > ■>. /V.1;-W';.. , r« i •T--r i ■ • r Map Showing How To Enter the New Motor Bank ;í .. v: m ~r ~r——r" ■—r • JL U ..J . Titm mk trmrca ( /// miN mo, /// ú •. i //yy// >/// /// y// I >* 8® ig Improvement In The Appearance Of The Of This Area Another Step Of Progress For Jacksonville Continental Oil Company Hubert Glass, distributor Delph-Finnigan Hide Co. H«nd«fson Hwy. Phone 2-W90 Floyd Plumbing Shop Phon 2-9173 Art Garrett Insurance Agency 6«n«ral Insurance 30IVÍ S. Rays^ale Phone 5151 Gray Electric Company Your 0. E. Dealer 30* S. Commerce Phone II14 Gene's Fina Service Sta. 1M4 S. J, Phono 3411...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN >AGE 6 SEPTEMBER 11, i960 Jacksonville Civic Music Drive Underway Jacksonville Civic Music Asaocu tion is a non profit organization formed in 1959 for tne purpose of presenting to the people of Jack sonville and the surrounding fine concert* by nationally known artists To accomplish this purpose it has associated itself with Civic Concert Service. Inc ; a national or- Sanitation with offices in New York and Los Angeles The association operates on a closed membership basts for fifty- one weelts. During the fifty-second week membership is opened and an annual membership drive is undertaken At this time old mem- berships are renewed and new memberships solicited The only requirement for membership is that the annual dues tx> paid dur ing this weeJi There are no quar antors, no assessments and on def ¡cits. At the close of th<* drive, membership is closed for another year Only members may attend the concerts. No single admission* are sold at any concert. Tlie fun...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

Turney Home Demonstration Club Plans Luncheon The Turney Home Demonstrat- ion Club met in the home of Mrs. C. S. Ousley, Friday, September 16. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. C. S. Ous- ley with nine members present. The opening prayer and songs were led by Mrs. Grace Francis. The roll call was answered with what I they had done that day. A county rally was planned for ' October 11. A salad luncheon was i planned for December 13 at 11:30 j A ML in the Council Room at | Rusk, Texas. Refreshments of cake squares and punch were served. Those present were: Mrs. Grace ! Francis, Mrs. Danny Bunn, Mrs. jCobin Masters, Mrs. Jetty Masters, ! Mrs. Kenny Bounds, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Henry Lacy, Mrs. P. Delainy, and Mrs. C. S. Ousley. The next meeting will be Octo- ber 7, in the home of Mrs. Grace Francis. THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 PAOS > Costly Medical Reseach Pays In Preventing Illness, Death Fund Raising Projects Talked At Joe Wriqhfr P-TA Meeting Thurs. The Jo...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN INSPECTION TIME—Brig. (jen. fiarle/ West, a.sHi.-.tant commands of the 19th ti i v if.ion, inspects local National (luard unit. ELECTION YEAR SAYINGS PALACE JackMnville, Tenet THvrtday — Friday Sept 22 A 23 The Last Days Of Pompeii Starring Steve Reevet Setv/rday — Only— Sept. 24 — Bill Williams — In "A DOCS BEST FRIEND" — Plui — "WAR DRUMS" Lata Show Sat. 11:15 PM Sunday and Monday Sept. 24, 25 « 26 Tony Curtis Debbif Reynolds | PMC StATOH ..'usauM! I r«a> ...The Candidate Said' Tuetdey — Wednesday Sept. 27 & 28 RObeRTTAYUOR KlULeRSoF Peem I aw CtNtMMCOft . ■ C«M CHIEF DRIVE-IN THEATRE NEW WINTER OPERATING SCHEDULE. CLOSE SUN. THRU WED., OPEN THUR., FRI. AND SAT. NIGHTS. — Thursday — Buck Night The Whole Family For 1 Buck Ernie Kovaci In "WAKE ME WHEN ITS OVER' — Alto — "ESCORT WEST" Friday and Saturday Sept. 23 A 24 Plus CM MM KCTVWt fwu ■"■■"'■i' DORIS JACK DAY * LEMMON ERNIE KOVACS IT HflPPI NED 'I Ix* Potter, special assistant o GOP chairman, Thruston B Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

4 Sfllb cor ' Hound. . . Town tyiiiA iRaiuvd(i£aut ALL STUDENTS of government —and who isn't these days—have been issued a challenge. Several of our "traditional Democrats," who are alarmed at their party's platform, place parts of an o I d Socialist Party platform beside parts of the new Democratic Party Platform and ask: "W h i c h is which?" COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatherlng 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, 18\7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy THESE TRADITIONAL Demo- crats expect you to learn while you earn. They're offering total cash prizes of $55 to the person or par- sons who can—excuse the term— segregate Hi* two properly, LOOK POR THE Contest o n page I, section 3 of this paper. CONGRESSMAN JOHN Dowdy will be at the post office in Rusk at 2 Friday afternoon to greet and speak t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

i if THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 (School Now* from Page 7) Editorial Delta Kappa Gamma Chapter Told Of International Meet By Mary Maitland The central busmesi of every hu- man being is to be a real person We possess by nature the factors oat oí which personality can be made, and to organize them into ef feet ¡ve personal life is every man's primary responsibility. Three elements enter into the building of personality heredity, environment and personal res- ponse We are nf>t responsible for our heredity; much of our envir- onment we cannot control; but the power to face life with an individ- ual rejoiner—that wc a r« res- ponsible for When acceptance of this responsibility involves self- condemnation. however, an alibi almost invariably rushes to the re- scue. On the lowest level this desire to escape blame expresses itself in emphasis upon luck Fortunate peo pie "get the breaks." men say; jxt sonal failure is due not so much to mistake as to mischance. That luck re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 Mrs. Smith Intermediate r ± j GA's Meet At Feted, 81st Church Tues J^Iythij ft]/ Intermedíate Girls Auxiliary # of the First Baptist Church met Mrs. Vemie Winter honored her Tu«day. September 27th The mother. Mr . Al Smith on her 81st meeUn* callpd 10 order by birthday Tuesday, September 27th lhe P™*ent. (^'{ Ann with a dinner Vaughn led in prayer Present were the honoree's son After a business meeting pro* and daughter in law, Mr and Mrs gram chairman Jimmie f'oole pre- Coy Smith of Jacksonville; her ,(.rited the program entitled We grandson and wi/e, Mr and Mrs Visited a Good Will Center " Part Harold Miller, and Miss Bemice jcipating were Jane Deal. Janie Williams. (¡off, Jimmie Poole and Ann Vaug Mrs Smith commented that .she hn would have to live a lone time jam. j>ai rlosed the meeting yet to enjoy all the lovely gifts she W)(h prayer received. The next meeting will I*- held Unable to be here fur their at the church Tuesday, Octob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

WHAT Rusk Folks Lunsford New President of Methodist MYF ARE DOING THE SEPTEMBER 2?, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE to Mrs. Frank Morgan and Mrs. day's MYF meeting. Twenty one Gloria Norton serve as sponsors young people were present. Methodist Youth Fellowship the organization which is open "We are looking forward to a Mrs. Tackett Is Hostess Sept. 21 To Thimble Club New officers were elected \lr and Mrs. Obie Walker of and son John of Lake Jackson >or't' tlie current church year by Longview and Mr and Mrs Vernon spont the weekend with his par- [he Methodist Youth Fellowship i inc wu.cn , openj «« arc .«wing .onv.ru .o a iMrs Clcllic Tai.kt>u was h()s(oss f > . . . \ jughn attended the Dallas Tex- ents, Mr and Mrs. J I. Bagley, la!>t Sunday evening, when the 10 a" intermediate through senior successful year, and invite all who Wednesday September 21st to the ion was a "uest ans-Los Angeles Chargers football Mr and Mrs. Adon Duncan, Judy i "rou,) mot at p ,n-at l^e church, mem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

PAGE é THE CHEROKEEAN september w, 1w0 J* ijm Bob Murphy and J. R. Adamson To Speak For County H D Ladies Rev. Wayne Odom Evangelist For Alto Revival District Attorney Hob Murphy will bo the keynote speaker next Tuf.*d y when the Women's Home Demonstration flubs of the county sponsors a program on will# Murphy's talk will be followed ALTO-A week long revival at hv 3 l'""r" on b* ■' H the A Frank Smith Methodist Jacksonville lawyer and Church in Alt., is now in procreas chairman of the f'herokee County and will continue for the remain- 'iar Ass<M Íahon At Ji 45 Adamson der of this week. Services are be moderate « panel di-,cu . lion ing held at 7.30 each evening; #n/1 ^""stion an 4 answer period except for Friday, when they will 1''' 'arm'y ^'onomic Pro;'.ram he at 6 pm Planning Committee arranged the The Rev Wayne Odom, pastor of oro-'ram fo emphasize the import the First Methodist Church of ln" "1C family of makin;: a Woodville, is evangelist for the re- Wl" Anyone who i■> in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

this Sup- ling, sleek the 325- Ivening at Laymen are H H H Eagles Echo I not know." Brent Smith, How are the fish biting? ? ? ? ? l'a.'i'l Bailes, the snoopers see ii.i every day at lunch waiting .round for your one and only Bob- bv Tosh. Of course we don't blame Mrs. Duncan—Lock it up. ¡ retary - Mol lie Trotter, Treasurer hope and desire that everyone will A Xanthippe is scolding woman. Sonja NVilcpx, Reporter- Elizabeth I help them carry this project over . ou one little bit! ! ! ! it seems that Lynda Black and Auditorium. The meeting was « Hurley Kinsel just can't make up their minds. One time they are o iiibson, Historian Louetta Bice, and FUTURE NURSES Chaplain- Marianne Risp„s T h e The Future Nurses Club of Rusk l"lul> dues were decided upon and High School met Wednesday, Sept- club activities for the new year ember 21, in the Rusk High School were discussed. The meeting was then adjourned. id to order by the president Judy Elizabeth Gibson, Reporter Banks and the secreta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

J I THE CHEROKEEAN PMI CMHT _ SfPT«Ml«R , 1*0 Speaks To B&PW Club The Raak Busisess nd Prof esuooAl Women* Club met for a recular monthly dinner meeting last Thursday at Quinton i Rest aurant Mable Horn and Louise Alexand er were co-hostesses. Following invocation by Bcrnice Looney, a bam plate was served to the following Mildred Fulton. Ruby Ross, Ruby Dealon, Q Belle Houston, Billie McVicker. Gladys Evans. Thelma Jones, Bill March, Lena Bell Pirtle, Carmel I-ee, Ber nice Looney, and the hostesses Also present were Robert A von Doenhoff, guest speaker and Mrs von Doenhoff The local attorney was intro duced by Mrs Horn, and gave a most interesting and informative talk on "Finance " He said that over half the pro perty in this region belong* to women "Fifty two per cent of the stock holders in the United Slates are women," noted the speaker, and added, "they are more frugal than men." He pointed out that with (he present economy ( a dollar worth 49ci one is loosing money at 3'. p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

The Cherokeean Section II SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS WrM wmp ■ Irom left, 1 Waddell, |the same not pic- I5S I urs. laving the M r s. so faith sast year. |preciation vice; and |s teacher. ear clip Ion to the ,v ■ I [29 U5 fe ll9 89 con- arid tve it fange jt as you ter the rder. per |>r ice. ii? i th# I I m m. pa i 1 >*l-7 FOR TWO YEARS ■M&é mmm NOT TOMATOES This Jacksonville scene, reminiscent of the farm truck line-up \vhen¡ tomatoes were king in Cherokee County, shows loads of county-grown corn going to market. This year's crop has been called one of the best for quality and jield l er acrc. BEST QUALITY. YIELD UP Corn New Money Crop In County? cherokee County farmers are Coast Feed declare the corn is the drizzling rains in June, Dr. Young pulling off some of the best ears best quality and farmers have pro- recalled. "The first one saved the of corn they've grown, according duced the highest yields per acre co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

The Cherokeean PAGE TWO SEP I tMtltR 29, I960 THE NEW FRONTIER! * tj * EDITORIALS * Artificial Issues Surface issuea in the I960 presidential campaign are beginning to emerge. And pro- pagandists are ix'ginning to w^ave labyrin- thian argunn-nti around each of them. For mass consumption, the GOP Camp claims Jack Kennedy is too young and too inexperienced for Che demands of world statesmanship. Republicans claim that here is a rich young man with ambitions which have made bin. oblivions to Am riran tradi- tion Democrats pr ss the foreign jK<licy is- sue and they claim tint the L'ni'ed StaU-s has lo«t strength and prestige under Presi- dent Eisenhower's two administrations. They have pulid out the oil Roosevelt theme which says that Republicanism and economic depression are two sides of the same coin. Says a Democratic party campaign newspaper "In the Appalachian * the line forms to the right -th ■ bread line Men, long out of work, arc scared and bleak, like the eroded hills. They ...

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