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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

Office and Manager Rtti^T at the Inder act of ■opon the ption of any which may thin n«ww- opon being the pub- salute fecog- nanu- lie Oil lorn a If the I CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE RUSK MOTOR SALES Has A Big Selection Of USED CARS After the "Selling Spree" Of New Cars During September Leeman Isaacs Must Move These Cars Fast So He Can Begin Making Trade On The 1961 Fords Now Is The Time To Buy A Used Car "All Reasonable Offers Will Be Accepted" ONLY ONE 1960 FORD LEFT! Leeman Isaacs must sell this beautiful air conditioned Station wagon this week. Come out! Make Leeman an offer. RUSK MOTOR SALES HIWAY 69 RUSK, TEXAS 2e. Feed-Grain-Hay CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk & Oak .Jacksonville Custom Grinding Mixing - Molasses All Kind* Of Stock Feeds 3. REAL ESTATE 3a. Houses For Sale FOR SALE: Garage apartment to be moved. Call MU 3-2651 after 5 p.m. Eloise Fitts. t-f-e-13 NICE 3 .bedroom home...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

I wwflé is* S y ■"VKfi RUSK vs WHITE OAK AT RUSK FRIDAY 8 00 P.M. J ANYONE CAN WIN CAS WEEKLY PRIZES FIRST PRIZE S'COND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE $ 00 Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses.. SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK A ALTO AREA RAMBLER DFAI.ER FOR ALL CHfcROKEE COUNTY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH GREEN STAMPS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long, Secty. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY SCHOCHLER HARDWARE RUSK, TEXAS ED STOVER CAFE HOME OF FINE FOODS" THE SMART SHOP LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIG BOYS RUSK E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY RUSK, TEXAS CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F. D. !. C. RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F. D. I. C. RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE MOSELEY...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

'-i *;•! v'V •'>•,%$[4a v#4 u vv í_,<-n$!<t >•* •¥ r. - 3l,*y?a • _* •'«,^ .« .-w .«• t ALTO VS CORRIGAN AT ALTO FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. =il CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! «ITER o u r big football contest today; Li may win one of the big prizes. NO- UNG TO BUY ... no obligation! Match ur guesses with the experts ... just mark ur choice for the winners, NOT THE ORES! BONUS PRIZES $ |00 $ >00 Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jack- sonville and Kilgore Football games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jacksonville and Kilgore Football games. ontesf... employees of this news- r their families. i away every week; priie person picking the most d will be the winner. Do rr the weekly prizes. 500, you must correctly usk, Crockett and J'ville $50.00 Bonus, you must ■hese games. ies is Friday at 4 p.m. following week. Enter as ries must be deposited at in Rusk and Alto. POINTS ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

Forest Field Doy Oct. 13 AtSFASite PUns for the Twelfth Annual Forest Field Day on October 13 at the Stephen F Austin Experiment- al Forest were announced to<lay by Georce K. Stephenson, Research Center Leader of the Nacogdoches Research Center. The day long meeting, beginning at 9:30 a m , is directed toward forestry practices to improve pine stands Exhibits and field discussions will include forest insect infest- ations, underplanting and removal of competition, use of prescribed burning for seedbed preparation, thinning in old field pine stands, and equipment for control of un- desirable hardwoods The thirteen- th annual harvest from an experi- mental farm forest will also be dis- played and discussed In addition, visitors will have an opportunity to see work in progress at the soil laboratory, greenhouse, shad e house, and experimental tree nursery at the Experimental For est headquarters Cooperating with the U S For est Service in the event are Inter national Paper Company, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

☆ ir Jacksonville & Area Churches "AST James Batfo^pLt?r °°D N0RTHS,DE CHURCH 0F CHRIST bunday School—9:45 A.M. Horiu-ig Worsnip—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Horning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—?■ 15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. NEW SL'MMERFIELD 411 East Commerce Street FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harold Spurlix-k, evangelist Rev. Gordon Renshaw, Pastor Time of services: Sunday School—10 A.M. Sunday morning Bible Class 9:45 Mornir.g Worship—11 A.M. Sunday morning Worship Service 1 raining Service 7 P.M. 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7:30 ANTIOCH METHODIST CHURCH John Derr, Minister ^«nriay School—10 A.M Morning Worship—11 AM. Evening Worship—7 P.M Wednes...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

I PLAY FOR PAY $1C *)nd ■ « Prize Bonus Prize Official Entry Blank El D.i«« .( ■ Bonus Prix if you can cor rectly guess the correct $core by quarter of the Rusk, Alto, Jacksonville and Kilgore Football Games )fr "INDIAN' Back Of The Week JIMMY BUSBY Senior Halfbatk Playing as alternate halfback and defensive corner back has contributed strongly to t h e In- dians three victories. A member of the Indians track squad and out standing student. 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 STATION FIIY <)FFl< I! FORMS FOFDEKS M FN I IS \VFI)I >IN<; AN Nol' NCEMENTS KIELY PRINTING CO. 104 S. MAIN JACKSONVII FF INVEST YOUR SAVINGS WITH .. . The Highest Scoring Team Let Your Saving Work For You Where They Will Earn Our High Dividend Rate. CURRENT RATE 'O ANNUM Jacksonville Building & Loan Assoc...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

lie Hi STREET i BEAT | Rev. 1UR0LD BRUNSON of the Jacksonville First Baptist Church is conducting a revival at the East- wood Baptist Mission in Tyler this week . PAMELA SMALL, daugh- ter of MR. & MRS. CLYDE SMALL. has been awarded a scholarship in the school of draina at Texas Christian University . . . E. R. "BOB" GREGG made all of (he plans for the opening of the Texas Bank & Trust Company Motor Bank, but when he set the date for the opening, he forgot that he had to attend a meeting on that, date The Retail Merchants Committee of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce will hold a special meeting Thursday at 10 I*# Funds Appropriated For New J'ville-Ponta Hiway Section III The Cherokeean GENERAL NEWS The Texas Highway Commission The n e w route, a project in announced Wednesday appropriat- whiih Jacksonville has long been ion of funds to construct a new vitally interested, will run from highway from Tonta to near Jack State Highway 12(M at Ponta north- sonville. Work is exp...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO SEPTEMBER Í9, I960 Jacksonville Music Club Holds Meeting Mrs Ed lüely 1035 Edgewood Drive served as hasten tor a reas- sembly meeting of the Jacksonville Music Club, Sunday September 18 Mr . Robert Matheny accotnpar.ied her as co- hostess Mrs Robert Matheny. prudent, presided at the business mee nr.? where committee* for the year were named Mm Ike Sears was named by the executive commit- ter to fill the office of vice* presi- dent and plans for the program of study for the year were also pre- ■anted to the club members After the business meeim2, a «ociaJ hour was enjoyed by the member* Mm Helen Anr, Gober served punch from a crystal punch bow! and fruit bread from a silver tray which were placed or, a ished board centered with g'jld and bronze mums and gladioias The next meetiiu «oil be Mor. day. October 3 Central Baptist Circles OITSWORTH CIRCLE Mm T M Hen «ley R uUt 2 Jacksonville, Teta. was hostess tor the Ditswortb Circie of the Central Baptist Church Tue...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

298 \ Í Gaston Crushes Troup 34-14 TROUP—The Gaston Red Devils i continued a rousing comeback to I the top rungs of Class A football with a resounding 34-14 victory ! over the Troup Tigers here FYiday night. Fullback Mickey Copeland 1 e d After a scoreless first quarter, Copeland capped a 40-yard drive with a lOyard plunge through the middle of the line, and Dennis Worrel kicked the extra point. Troup's fullback, Billy Clem, got his first of two touchdowns shortly the parade with a total of 20 points thereafter, RoinK over from the as the visitors racked up three four t() bf. the swro (() 7.fi third-quarter touchdowns to break th(, (hin, rt(,r Quar(cr. open a ball game which they had back ^ Wa„ , the first D()vi, led only 7-6 at halftime. Jackets 41-8 In THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER . I960 pAot THREE Smother Hemphill Fourth Victory Kilgore Blasts Marshall 34-0 MARSHALL—The Kilgore Bull- | dogs outsped the Marshall Mave- ROBBY RAMBLES—(42) Robby Robbins, Indian halfback, rambles for a lo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

THE CHEROKLF.AN PACE FOUR SEPTEMBER 29, Councilmcn Approve Budget (Continued from Pag* 1) The council, in approving the b u d g c t. set the tax rate (or the coming y e a r at $1.50 per $100 valuation, the same as last year and the maximum that can be set under the city charter The total assessed value of all pro- perty on the rolls was estimated at $13350.000 an increase of $211,000 over last year* assessed valuation The city manager ex plained that this increase was in the most part ni-w construction within the city. Cook, in his letter to the council recommending the budget said, "although a general wage increase I960 PENNEY'S. (Continued from Paj>* 1) it m full, without ®ervice charge, Or pay a designated amount arid extend the balance over a longer period Minimum amounts vary from one fourth to one sixth of the total hill The Penney Time Payment Ac- count is designed for higher priced apparel with a unit price of at least $49 and for home furnish iogs items with a minimum un...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN llsmiss- i t 1) on the nd be- belief finger SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 THIS WEEK IN COUNTY PAGE FIVE Agriculture Assistant County Agent Morris A. Bailey, Jr. norpkee County's Poultry 4-H ,will be judged and the pro- ra- evaluated in the near future , program is a local program ,-„,ns<>red by W. A Smith of the s Hatchery of Jacksonville. April, he donated 11)0 baby ... k.s each to three 4-11 Club Members. These 4-H'ers were Mary, \ell Moore of Gallatin, Johnny j ¡.'..jdley of Linwood and Gas Coates ,,f Wells. For the last 5S months :vse txrys and girls have done an excellent job of caring for their chickens and of keeping Records also. Incidentally, Ben Wormeli, Poul- try Specialist, Texas Agricultural Extension Service, College Station, Texas, will do the Judging. Awards will be furnished by the Purina Company. A training Meeting for 4-H Club Members on the Fitting and Show- of Beef Animals will be held , Palestine on Saturday, October i The Meeting will be held at the ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

MMMt # PAGE « THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 29, I960 Rice Weevils Damaging County's Corn Crop Dr. P. A. Young ly abundant that year When damp males chew cavities in the grain Fertilized corn look* nice in the weather delay* picking corn later kernels and lay one white egg in fields this year, but let's examine «han about Sept 1st, weevils are each cavity, sealing it in plací the grain closely. Are there holes apt to become destructive in the with a gluey secretion These eggs in the corn kernels? They are cars in the field. Some farmers hatch in a f'-w day. in warm caused by nee weevils that fly to have piled the corn on the ground wathor making so t a in r.K the corn fields Weevils an the during a few days after snapping tfrufos (worms). I < > elephant members of the beetle the ears Many of the adult wí^viI.s eat th' centers out of the grain, Forester Urges Fire Precaution Hello Friends May I visit with interesting and informative pro-¡press, radio, extension sen ice, A you a few m...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

aptist Church Has Family Night nil y ni-:ht was held at Beall j |,... l Baptist Church Wednesday t September 21, at 7 ()0 P M first thirty minutes was spent prayer and meditation. After IpI, each person went to his or- iza ti on. Mr Leon Crane led the men in :.jr Brotherhood meeting where ¡ , voted for visitation three incsday nights out of a month ¡The V.' M S met with Mrs. Jack abott presiding. Il'he Royal Ambassadors planned overnight camping trip. ¡Mr \lenon Benge was director of je boys activities. |The Josephine Harris Junior G. Is met with Mrs. Hugo Albright id made plans for the new year. Jrs Me I v in Acker and Mrs. Oscar lolberg were elected new leaders t>r the new year. The Nelwyn Raybum Intermedi- le (J. As met with Mrs. Everett lartin, Jr., where plans were made t>r a Saturday Lakeside picnic at thich they will study "Deep-Study |TD " Joan Hensley presided dur- fcg the "Tell" program. They also Jiscussed the coronation, which nil 1 x> held October 9. The Sunbea...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACI EIGHT SEPTEMBER W. 1W0 Motor Bank Opening Is Successful Despite Rainy Weather Monday Dedication services opening the. on its first day of operation tH'é program and al*> expressed hi <>r>-Ir exttutiv* >«cc prt. Texas Bank and Trust Company*.! A sma„ croWfJ of ^nK officials, thanks to those who were respóns- dent "f the ^ new drive in motor bank were held visiting bankers, civic leaders and ¡ble for building the new motor ' ' th Monday morning. The rain ham other interested persons braved bank Mayor Robert lluttaah com- f..,D0Mt at th(. n(.w bank pered the dedication but apparent- the rain to attend the dedication plimented the bank officials on ' ' ' received ly increased the number of custom- program C h Acker, president of their new drive in facility and ex- 11 ' ers who used the motor bank so the Texas Bank and Trust Com tended best wishes ori Ix-half of a valuable gift iro n the bank, and they wouldn't have to get wet pany. welcomed those atten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Mound . 9ilitfi naundaíaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newigatberirtg facilities of Rutk iut Jacksonville agencio* In the me*t eimpkti local new medium in Cherokoo County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Microfilm Service fe p O X BOo(i 10' per Copy THE PLATFORM Punle it draw- ing torn* interesting responso, ac- cording to sponsors, who will con- duct the grading after this week. VOLUME 1Í6 OCTOBER 6, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 24 PAGES NUMBER \6 ONE SUCH RESPONSE was ad- dress to "United Republicans for Dicky Bird." It got here. TRAFFIC 'ISLANDS' are appear- ing all over the square as part of the city's new traffic plan. Dr. C. W. CASTNER was to award service pins to Volunteer Workers Thursday for their fine work out at the State Hospital. Everybody's proud of these people who give their time to help make the tragedy of mental illness less terrible for the victims. QUARTERBACKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

OCT* PACK TWO THE CHEROKEEAN Eagles Echo (¡ether ! ! ! ! ! OCTOBER 6, 1W0 V"" have ***" wor dpring why - James Archie Norton make* so many tnpn to Jacksonville, but the secret is out Kathy Jenkins lives there ! ! ! * ! Sonja Wilcox, did you Ret sick it the Tyler Fair on the rides, or *as it because you ate too much' ' I^ slie Wright good luck to you in the future with your driving We think Dan Cook and Buzzy Bra.?well enjoyed the skating par ty the other night. They took Brenda Turney and Patty Cotton h« rne Martha Hancock thinks she knows all the an-rwers She tried to Lake the motor out of Jo Carol Yarbrough a machine in Home Kc. What was wrong. Martha' ? ' ? Judy Duncan, everybody kn< ws your secret' Wayne Spears told everybody! Like all good snoopers, we found out that he has a secret too i.ila Jean Ix>ng, can't you keep your skirt on in pep rallies'* For hhame' That was a lovely hula skirt, too! Bobby Brooks and Cookie Roach have been wen together at the re- ception Friday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOftCR A, I960 PACE THRU I I I ■ (SCHOOL HEWS from Pig* 2) me a week, and Weyne and I will be going steady!" Some confidence! Alice Pearson and Letha Clif- ton, who were those cute boys you were with Sunday? We heard you were going to build a straw house. The K & N is going to run out of straws if you girls keep this ap Isn't that right? We hear Jo Carrcfll Yarborough, is going with a cute boy she sees at the show every other nigh?. Could his initials be M. J ? Watch this, Jo! Curtis Norltn who wet,? you talking to Sunday night? Some people c n see in the il.irk you, know. Could it have been A. P. and L. C., they're getting around these I days! j Dan Cook «ure does like to study ALGEBRA!!!! Could Nancy Hobson be the reason??? What does Leonard Berry ask Joanne Peterson everyday in Fng ! l'sh rv??? Charles Echols, why do you put Coach Morris' car on the sidewalk every day at noon??? It seems Ann Vaugh* has ac quired the nickname of "Motor- mouth". Could it be bec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

* PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 6, I960 Sign On The Dotted Line WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING ■ Rites Held For L. A. Goolsby On Wednesday • Funeral servicei were held at 3 Wednesday afternoon at Lynch -Chapel for Lonnie A. Goolsby, who died Sunday night in a Houston 'hospital • The Rev J M. Schwitter and the ,Rev Gene Tomlin conducted the •ervices. Burial was in the Lynch Piapel cemetery. Mr Goolsby was bom Jan 26, *1890. in Alabama He had made hit home in Houston for the past 13 years. He had been a painter He is survived by his wife, Mrs Mamie Goolsby of Houston; a step too. John H. Fowler of Port Aran- sas, a step-daughter, Mrs Delma David Hadley, Harmon Schochler, Colley of Houston; a brother Mar Alex Black and Arley Bice vin Goolsby of Birmingham. Ala Wallace Funeral Home was in Pallbearers were (. C Colley, chame of arrangements Too Lafe To Classify FOB SALE: Sheet iron bui ding, 50x100 feet, to be torn do\ n jnd $100 Down Almo>t New, 2 bedroom home . , . , n moved from pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Texas-Based Servicemen Up Accidents By Varn Sanford Texas Pre* Association AUSTIN — Neither Texas civil- ians nor the armed forces can af- ford the losses incurred through traffic accidents involving military personnel in the state On this note, the Texas Military- Civilian Traffic Safety Council was tormed in Austin with a goal of reducing the accidents About 200 persons, civilian and military", attended the Council's first meeting, called at the behest ¡ of Gov. Price Daniel. Servicemen have more auto ac- cidents then any other population group in Tex2S, said Col. Homer Garrison Jr . director of the De- partment of Public Safety. Last year servicemen drivers were in \olved in 103 fatal accidents in which 130 persons were killed. A great many of the servicemen in Texas are in the 18 to 25-vear old age bracket, said Gen. Edward T. Williams, Fourth Army com- mander People in this age bracket generally are the most inclined to have auto accidents. Gen Williams urged vigorous en- force...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN FAOf MX OCTOftfft *. 1H0 what Rusk Folks are doing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Main, form ' Coach Ralph McCord and hi<¡ ed h« father Ben F Murdoch dur er Rusk residents, now tn Arkan assistant coach of Austin College, uig the weekend He also viait«<J sax, were here last week, and pur- Sherman, Texas visited with the jones family in Pales- Presbyterians To Att end Rally At S.M.U. cbased a new car. They expect to former's Aunt, Mr M E McCord be back tkrough here soon en route Friday to Austin where son. BUI, is to be Guests of Mrs John Wifihtman married October 20th. They were last week wire her sister, Mrs (' guests of Mr and Mrs Johnny Wil- liams Wiley Dear and Kenneth Branch spent the night Saturday night with the C F Dears Mrs M V Browning, Jane, Cathy Fitts. and Mrs Roy Isgate attend ed the opening of Tyler's South Side Bank Saturday Mrs Isgate s brother, T. C. Harvey Jr, is one of the directors. tine M r i Jones is his sister (Irenej. Mr and Mrs J. F. Murdoch, Mrs Ma...

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