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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

Quay, who introduced the speaker. SIX WINS IN A ROW STREET BEAT Politics in the air in Jackson- ville • Two campaign headquart- ers opened last week, both are decorated with pictures of candi- dates, and staffed with workers . . DUDLEY WALLER and TOM WILSON were both talking on the same subject, Monday morning "The Little Pigs" . . . Have you seen BILL MAULD1N smiling ev- ery Monday morning after he gets the financial report on the previ- ous week's football game from Business Manager ROY HANNA. Over 250 local citizens enjoyed the Kiwanis Club Fish Fry last week ... A big weekend coming up in Jacksonville next week. The local merchants are planning a bargain festival for their new end of the month promotion to be held November 27 28-29 ... The! GUEST SPEAKER—W. R. Beaumier, publisher of the Lufkin News, was the speak- annual stockholders meeting of t ^ kickoff breakfast of the Community Chest Special Gifts Division, Tuesdlay morn>- the Jacksonville Farmers Market n has been set f...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO OCTOBER 20. 1M0 Read The Classifieds MORE FEATURES FOR LESS! G-E SPACEMAKER RANGE Choice of 30 inch or 40 inch v i- RmmwMI './in'/ . Modern convenience at £. low budget price' fvery important feature inabj r.¿pa it/ space saving 30' range1 Here art- seven famous G E features in the low est priced G E! ran;;e the finest quality and performance at low cost! ItmoYibfc Ovtti Urutt No Drip Cook fop Luman Holmon 7Wo Generations For Dr. Speaks Tues. To Kiwanians f ¥ With old range EASY TERMS GRAY ELECTRIC CO. Jacksonville, Texas h'y v*: •%: idi.jthi.l.A.NhlJUS SHOWER - way, 'lli u rucia y evening in th« home ar; Mrs. George A mason, mother of the bride-elect, the honorae, Mrs. Jowell, Moore, and Mr . J well Hudson, hostesses. what Rusk Folks are doing honor iti Mis Jan Amiason, bride-slect of Seth Ridg- of Mrn. R. M. Jowell, 1405 N. Bolton. I^eft to rijrht Mrs. Jack Mrs Earnest Keen of New Ark, Texas Mr and Mrs it L. Jarvis of Cleveland were weekend guests of Mrs Ja...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

Dr. Mrs. Dawson Introduces Study To Methodist WSCS The WSCS of the First «Method- lit Church met in the chapel of the church at 9:30 A. M Tuesday morning, October 11. The meet- ing was opened with praver by Mrs. Gordon Huggins. She an- nounced that on October 25, from 9 30 A. M until 11 30 A. M, the week of Prayer and Self Denial Service will be held at the church. Mrs. Fred Faust ad Mrs. C. E. Cook will be in charge of the pro- rbabies." Jin, whom |lding her ísk Mem- \z. of Hous- f, a form- tambered lourte- W. E. Bailey Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Service TELEPHONE 9331 209 E. Larissa St. FIRE, CASUALTY AND BONDS AUTO INSURANCE • SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO - POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD gram, Mrs. F. D. Dawson was respon- sible for the introduction of the pro-ram study entitled "Into All the World Together " Mrs. Lin- coln Barber led the opening song with Mrs. Phillip Peacock at the oruan. Mrs. Dawson introduced Mrs. Moore Decker, Jr., who gave a brief summary of the book, "The Turning...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOC POUR OCTOBER 20. I960 19-0 Indians Dump Lions For Sixth Straight Win The Jacksonville Indian cd* - poll, ar). (he undisputed favorite Henderson 2fi yard line Mm tinued their unexpected victory to take ^ f>jstrict 7 AAA title Weaver intercepted an Indian pass 1*® Indians kicked off to Hen "" the Henderán 2« yard line to win over the Henderson Lions. stave off the Indians' try for a TÍJ _ . • h il_ derson and they took the bail on , . . The Indians scored their three^ at this point. Five plays later touchdowns in the first half with a ir "*n " ' llr" "n ,f" Indian Wade Holman made an dazzling passing attack that am- ''rs* P'*y from scrimmage the amazing interception of a Lion azed the Lions and the more than Lions halfback Joe White dashed pass on the 34 yard line and re 3,000 Indian fans that watched ^1 yards to the midfield stripe turned it 24 yards to the 10, A the game. In the second half, the Indians held the Lions on four yar(j j,ajn an^ a flvr yarfj India...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

Mlcr T- n & 8«e« ear 'Hound, . . . Town 91 it& ítatmdaéaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatharlng facilities of Rutk and Jacksonville agencies in the most completa local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTArBLlSHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy LET'S FACE IT. UNLIKE THOSE of matrimony, V0LUME 113 political bonds are not made heaven. OCTOBER 27, 1960 24 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 19 in IMMORALITY OF the average voter is not an Issue in this 1960 campaign. * * PLEDGES, REGARDLESS of the uncanny logic which is applied to them, are subject to natural re- servations of the conscience, and f ¡f¡T«nc Tfi Mppf in this instance, to the vagaries of ,U ,V,CCI political opportunists. City Home Rule Charter Called 'A Step Forward' Tuesday On Home the rewriting job being Rule Government done oo the moral code this elec- tion year would have you go to any lengths to honor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAC ll F IT tin iK man win Tt touc dan. aied 3.001 the Indii Coa< rete: >eno T* the six coat as I rate Texj Oi hi M P« ee in pt <U PACK TWO OCTOBER 27, I960 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES Edltor-m -chief Assistant Editor Bustnem Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Fea tore Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Jauto Sponsor ECHO STAFF 1W0-1961 Unda Wataon Mary MaitLand Judy B*aks I>-orard Berry David Black Bobby Long Jimmy Ra me y Son Ja Wilaox, Brent Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Mrs Lewis McCarroU Snooper Karen Murray L a "cute chick" of the Sophomore class that is available Come on boys, What's the matter'' Mark Scale, a nice sort of guy. is the idol of a certain KJIS girl Brenda Hendricks, who pushed you into the balcony after study- hair Somebody must l>e trying to get rid of you Sainmie Kay Hooker and David Sorry, but we can't tell you who B,ack arf, a very cute couple that it it, Mark really dress up the halls of WIS. Gwc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER V. 1M0 PAGC THJLEE 5( 5( 5( 5( 3( dians 9( ic 3( 9( 9( EAGLE ECHO. SENIOR SPOTLIGHT GIRL Name—Son}* Wiicox Nickname—"Wooch" Birthday—January 17 Age—17 llair— Blonde Eyes—Green Height—5' 44" Favorite Food—Steak Drink—Tea Car—Ford Galaxy Flower—Rose Color—Green Song— "If I Can't Have You" Singer—Elvis Presley Book—Gone With The Wind Author—Frank Slaughter Movie—The Ten Command- ments Actor—Paul Newman Actress—Debbie Reynolds Scent—McGreggor Subject—Bookkeeping Pastime—Going with Brent Ambition—To go to College and to get married SENIOR SPOTLIGHT BOY Name—Brent Smith Nickname—Stinky Lee Birthday—September 2 Age—18 Hair—Black Eyes—Brown Height—5' 10" Favorite Food—Fried Shrimp Drink—Milk Car—Chevrolet Flower—Carnation Color—Blue Song—Blue Angel Singer—Clyde McPhatter Book—Twenty Thousand Lea- gues Under the Sea Author—Ernest Hemingway Movie—A Summer Place Actor—Audie Murphy Actress—Sandra Dee Scent—Primitive Subject—English Pastime—Going with Sonja Ambition—Gradua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

r THE CHEROKEEAN PU! FOUR OCTOfltR 17, 1«0 Mary Martha Class Has Tues. Meet The Mary Martha Sunday School crvm conducted the parr.t- tr«d cía vi Futí Baptist Church met ir-¡ with fort une e!línsi Tuesday evening" at the home of Orar * marigoldi were arrswi'-d Mr* Dick Dickenson with Mrs. Joe in mi!ks;b on the piano Other Williamson as cohete-* Hai'ow« en d<' oration* included a The regular ba*inesw>cial meet- pumpkin man with black hat and mg was highlighted with game* necktie irj the cepter of the din- and quizzes in keeping with the ¡ng table Halloween theme Mrs W K Hal I • fr hmenti carried out the son ga*e a reading and Mrs Dick holi<ia> tiieme also w:w/X,.,v¡ . SPECIALS • lv;r; m-idon S'aton and SPECIALS THURSDAY", FRIDAY A SATURDAY, OCT. 27 28-29 Shorts 2 39 100 lb. bwrlsp b*g ^ ^ TEX-LA HCRSE 4 Mu!e Feed 3 09 100 lb. b 0 ^ ' PFIZER'S Combiotic «.^,.3.49 REMINGTON "SHUR SHOT'' Shells 16 g*u9« per box 2.05 Whole Maize 100 lb bsg 2.19 B&PW Group To Get Skirt Test...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN page five october r,7, i960 Texas, at Ma- 29 Former Ruskite And Left Handed Dr. Takes Up Art lit or note: !>e!:;w is a "clip" I. Sutton, and Mrs. An Pry or. // fr,(in ;i San Antonio newspaper cor.etrnu; a former Husk rcsi- dfiU. He is Dr It. S. Sutton. Sr. brother of Ruskite.-,, \\ C and C¡. Pathfinders Plan "Treat For Needy The Rusk Pathfinder Club will be out Monday night in uniform collecting fcod, clothing and re- pairable toys for distribution at Christmas time by the Rusk Wel- fare Department according to Mrs. p; R. Gregg, head of the depart- ment Prospective donors are ask- ed to have contributions ready. An effort will be made to cover the town. However, if for any rea- son anyone is missed who has something to donate, calls will be received any time before Christ- mas at the following numbers: MU 3 2054, MU 3-4003, or MU 34125. According to Director Edwin Sanders, the Pathfinders reported having a better time last year with this activity than the usual "Tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MM «X OCTOM 17. 1W0 Maydelle News ««« Daffodil Club Hears Talk On Day lilies Mr and Mr Willi* Acker of Jack sonville were visitors in the Ben Yarbrough home Sunday Mr and Mr Eldon Bolhwell & son and Mrs Jerry Smith of Rusk WHAT Rusk Folks ARE (Held from last weak) RetiUa Ball, also Mr and Mrs over the week-end Mr and Mrs Gerald Alien and Harmon Woodall of Arp Mr Williams Ball of Houston family, Junior Ward and Mrs Flos- Mr and vtr* Lealon Hassell and visited relatives here last week- tie Britton visited in Dallas over Jame of Jacksonville were end the week-end and attended the week-end guests of Mrs. Stella Mrs Alton Hassell and Mrs State Fair Hassell Troy Hasaell and son, Alton, Jr. of were guests of Mrs Maudte Both The Daffodil Garden Club met LitUe john4<)n> 0f Mrs sulu Hassell attended Fleid* were visitors here well over the weekend Friday afternoon, October 21st, at FinIey John**, of Houston, i« church with her son, Osborn and Sunday afternoon Mrs Lily ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

sheep levin* sheep y" THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 27, 1960 PAGE SEVEN id reos what Rusk Folks are doing Mr. and Mrs. T. M Sherman and their house guest, Mrs. John Skiles, spent several days last week at Liberty visiting Mr and Mrs. Kosco Gilpin. Mrs. Sam Manning and Miss Beaulah Allen are visiting Mr. and Mrs George Baird and Mrs Ottis Houston at Houston this week. Mrs. Shcrmie Morgan and Mrs. Libby Lattimer of Crockett spent Thursday in the T. M. Sherman home. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. John Skiles to Jacksonville where they visited Mr. and Mrs Marvin Dale and chil- dren. Mrs. W. E. Gabbert and Mrs. Bryan Stovall were Tyler visitors Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ide Hall left Wed- nesday for a ten day trip visiting points in the East. Mrs. S. I,. R. Cartlidge, and her sister, Mrs. A. Reierson of Athens, visited Carole Lee Cartlidge a stu- dent at Abilene College Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Winnie Denton spent the wckend at Tyler visiting her son- in law and daughter, Mr. and M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOS CKMfT OCTOMR 27, 1M0 ♦ * * LETTER To The Editor -¥--¥• + Sorority Talks Bazaar At Monday Night Meet Teachers and Officers Meet To Be Held Next Monday is t h e regular The meeting is to begin at 7 ' meeting of officers and Sunday ! School teachers at First Baptist ! Church, according to Tom Sartain Sunday School Supt. p.m. with a covered dish supper and everyone concerned ia urged to be present. Made Last nite a representative group the Daily Californian, the student the House Un American Activities ing th* overthrow of our govern- Mrs Mary Jane Hinton, presir the opening ritual at 7 45 pm of Rusk citizens attended • pro- publication of the University of Committee gamed adverse atten nu-nt. dent, presided at a regular meet- Two new pledges. Mmes. Patsy gram sponsored by the Rusk Cham California, from which many of,t,on nationally But on almost ,v It is regrettable that Sen John ing of the Omicron Gamma Chap- Prujtt and Sally Jo Jordan were ' cry campus In the nati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

1 The Cherokeean Section II OCTOBER 27, 1960 Cherokee County Section * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS DESPITE SCARE TALK Countians Buying New Model Cars At Average Rate Promoted, Captain In Air Force Reagan Neil Woodard has been ¡ promoted to the rank of Captain, according to a news release re- ceived this week by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Woodard of Kusk. Lt. Colonel Richard E. Hobson, his commander, in a letter to the Woodards said, "I am very pleas- ed for he is doing a very fine Politicians talk about economic doom, but local, paople keep on buying new cars, the county's several dealers report- ed in a Cherokeean and Star Journal survey this week. Purchases of 1961 models even average a little ahead of j0"b }Ie 1S a member of one of last year, they said. And standard size cars, rather than the our newest crews yet already one economy models, are selling best. I oi our better crews. You can be A check of all the major agenc- ¡ roem cars, had others on order [ ^ cou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

The Cherokeean PA6I TWO OCTOBER 27, 1M0 'Whata The Next Miserable, Rundown, Backward Toicn We Stop At?" (¿i STin CAPITA! NEWS ^EDITORIALS ★ Democracy's Mechanics Volunteer Service Irreplacable '* i itfli 1 r^ir-r • v ~ _a v/ - _ # Probably there have been few cam- paign* in the history of American politic which will match the 1960 campaign for pure political confusion. There have naver been so many varied and conflicting issue* to test the party label. Wor have parti and candidates ever had so many blocs, and geographical and economic Cleavage to which they must make appeals. A vole-getting promise at one end of the country is a liability at the other end. John Kennedy upend, much of his early cam- paign rationalizing his region. Richard . Nixon had to take pains not to be anti- Canholic and spend two days explaining the "trver-zeal'rtis cabinet promises of his New England - oriented running mate, Cabot Lodge. But through it all. an interesting pic- No Frontiersman The form letter f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

ve fore® ty as to Pent for Finu&ing "It hu these it Pati- ent, and nd they sea peo- ple who •f sheer ers are lest un- ristmaa. ing aad to keep having lie state a, trees, le cases i where send to ardent- than a CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL ■ TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE single lat had •porter sblican) ft. p«b- 4 Enter- Pnhli. ** rflt« and Mintftr rr at tkt rt act •( ■ h « n *f any itch mar fai new*, n Iwtnr lit# pab- safe TRANSPORTATION at PfUCCS TO MAKE yew buy A 8CCOMD CAR OK A MTTEft ONI used BUT WTTH LOT* OF Utc LETT. ALL OF OU* cars MCfO A HOMtl WOULO YOU MOVIOC OM«? McElmarry M«ti« MERCURY COMET UJ. ROYAL TIMS Ml E. Rmfc **•«• 4399 lc. Auto* For Sale USED CARS Big SttectlM e# Rim Used Cara at Bergeln Fríen J. C. WILLIAMS Yeoc lUiiélir DmIw Id Auto Service When jrou need wrecker call 1. C. WUlteatt, Bank, MU 8-4444. 2e Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALE: Wood, any length. Ph. SH 3-2103. James Russell. tfc-16 Cherokee Feed ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

H£ IE is / 1 -,v RUSK vs MINEOLA at rusk friday 8:00 p. m. ^ Jj| ANYONE CAN WIN CA WEEKLY PR ZES THIRD PRIZE SECOND PRIZE FIRST PRIZE Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... _ mbjl _y SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK & 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, Seety. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN CHEROKEE SCHOCHLER ED STOVER FURNITURE COUNTY HARDWARE CAFE COMPANY ABSTRACT RUSK, TEXAS COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS "HOME OF FINE FOODS" THE SMART SHOP MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT GREGG INSURANCE CHAPMAN PHARMACY "LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE STORE AGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS RUSK RUSK, TEXAS RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY E. B. MUSICK CITIZENS FIRST MEN'S WEAR INSURANCE STATE BANK STATE BANK MEMBER F. D. 1. C. EVERYTHING FOR MEN * BIG BOYS AGENCY MEMBER F. D. 1. C. RUSK RUSK, TEXAS RUSK, TEXAS RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

ALTO DIBOLL FRIDAY 8:00 PM. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! ENTER o u r big football contest today; lyou may win one of the big prizes. NO- RTHING TO BUY ... no obligation! Match rour guesses with the experts ... just mark rour choice for the winners, NOT THE >CORES! BONUS PRIZES $ lOO $ lOO Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jacksonville Football games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jackson- ville Football games. ontest... |EPT employees of this news- lU or their families. liven away every week; priie | the person picking the most will be the winner. De for the weekly priies. $500, you must correctly o, Rusk, Troup, and J'ville I the $50.00 Bonus, yog must | of these games. entries is Friday at 4 p.m. he following week. Enter as | entries must be deposited at in Rusk and Alto. ;N ELECTRIC IOMPANY itry Blank t. 27-28-29 Carthage Mineóla Diboll Elkhart Chapel Hill...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

Forest A/ews Rusk and Alto Churches a. L. o dom (Hold from Last Mr. and Mrs Jim Bailey ipoot the weekend with her brother. Duren Bobbit and family of DibolL Mr. and Mr*. Joe A. Moake and Susan ol Nacogdoches spent Sun- day with her family C. A Odoma. C. H. Fitls oí Texas City spent the week end with the C. A Odoas. Mrs. Martha Nell Harrison and Mrs. Ethel New land were visitors in Alto Monday Mrs Jim Bailey visited her niece, Mrs. Ethel Dickey and fam- ily in Alto Friday Mrs Mary Lou Tinnus of Hous- ton visited her sister, Mrs R F Harrison last wetk, Mrs. Bettie Thompson of San Antonio visited her brother, Mr Jeff Burk and family Last week Mrs. Jeff Burk visited her par en ta, Mr and Mrs Griffin of Jack-| sonville who are out of hospital and at home. Mrs. Jim Bailey was a business visitor in Rusk last week Misa Patricia Byers spent thef weekend in Houston and Lufkin. Mr and Mrs. Jack Byers visited relatives in Lufkin Sunday Mr. and Mrs Jack Gaston of Lufkin spent the weekend with hi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches £ast side assembly op coo James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Uornug Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. first assembly of goo 976 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor fcunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—?15 PM. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 PJ4. 8EALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CM. Ruck Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday 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. Wednesday Service—8 P.M. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Austin Streat Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—-6:30 P.M. Eveoing Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 PM. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 402 South Main Street Dr. Bradford Curry, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—6:15 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. Choir Pract...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 October 1960

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