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

STATE CAHTAl HEWS New Row Over Voting Seen By Vem Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN, TEX.—New efforts to them. change Texas' "scratch method", Republican leaders contend that <>t voting are in prospect as an re- they might have won Texas, in- sult ot disagreements ¿rowing out stead of losing by a thin margin, id this year's close general elect-1 lí the same rule had been applied ion. on all these carelessly marked As the Law now stands, voters ballots. using paper ballots are required Further, the GOP chiefs charge, to scratch out the names of all j the scratch method was designed candidates for an office except the to encourage voters to vote a one for whom they are casting straight ticket their vote ' Actually, scratching is the old, In this year's election, thou- raditional way of voting in Texas, sands of voters scratched either For a time during the fifties the the Republican or Democratic can-1 law was changed so that a voter didates but didn't notice or bother coul...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE EIGHT * DECEMBER 1, I960 Playoff tie game last week l*reviously the Indians had Rained the top spot (Continued from Pa«e 1) ,n all Tex;,; 3 AAA schoolboy foot night following tJie Indians victory ball polk by defeating such oppori there Jacksonville officials wanted ents a Texas City, Orange. Kil to play the game in Tyler and gore, fartha.je. and Nacogdoches when agreement could not I - Greenville defeated FlnnU 12A. reached they resorted to tossing VVaxaha* hie I>eni .on 14 12 •he. coin to decide on the site of Paris 21 (), Gainesville 20-fJ. Bon- Sport Shop Reserve seats will 10,000 seats are available in the sell for $1 VI until Knday after stadium so plenty of seats will lx- noon then they will bo $2 00 at th« ava|).lbl(. at t;arIi(. time Greenville •ate student tickets will t>e sold , , , , , _ , . ha. sold over 5J)**) tickets f>>r prior to the game for ,Vk- but none will be sold at the gate General the game and local ticket wiles in adrriisMori ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

'Hound Town « naundaisout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining (he newsg*th«rlng 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, 18J,7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area «««■'CP í- Miorof'""1 pr. * o r trt 10« per Copy ROUNDABOUT WOULD like to i congratulate all the folks who VOLUME 113 worked on and participated in the, annual Rusk Christmas parade. X * t M LEADING THE workers and worriers was Shelby Hood and his committer Leon Theriot, Ray- mond Cooper, Glenn Miller, M C. Dickerson, Lou Goldsberry, Grady Layton . . . And of course, Jud Perkins. 24 PAGES IT WAS ONE OF our b st par- ades, in Roundabout's opinion. THERE ARE A LOT of season activities yet to come. We speak! specifically of the church-present- ed Cantatas in Rusk and Alto. The latter will be in the Alto First Bap- tist Church on Dec. 11. The First Methodist Church of Rusk wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGt TWO OECEMSKR I. 1W0 County Cotton Acreage Up Next Year; Farmers Vote Dec. 13 On Allotments All operator* of upland cotton the upland cotton program for age allotment will determine, farms in Cherokee County shr/uld ia<ji, and allotments are being eligibility for the lower rate of have received official notice of to roach all grower* lx for« Prlce support available their 1961 farm acreage allotment r,,üm flay Mr Rogers said Kor the T* tW° y''ír*', thrr«, h the mail the last few r'-f''rer"lum ruy' ** operators had a choice between Rogerí of'™* polling places f'/r <"herok*f> regular allotment and price «upport rate and a larger allotment with a reduced rate of support .aid this week. The cotton allot "'V ment for 1961 is 16,044 acres This Summerfield is approximately 1000 acres more than the 1960 cotton allotment Growers will vote at local polling places Tuesday, December 13. on In a change from the program in effect for 1959 and I960, each farm operator wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

BETA SIGMA PHI Bazaar Termed Success; Scholarship Is Assured Last Saturday s Christmas Bazaar s^rinji to a graduate of Rusk sponsored by the Omicron Gamma Iliuh School. The scholarship ( haptir of Be'.a Si,'ma I'hi has must bo used at some institution been termed "very sum* sftil" by of higher leaniing. ihe members ol that organization. At the Bazaar's conclusion in States Mrs. Mary Jane Hinton, the Rusk Hotel Saturday, a beau president, "much credit is due t.fully sequinned, Christmas table- the Ways and Means committee in cloth was awarded Mrs. J C. Will- planning this project . . also its ianis, Jr. success can be attributed to the Other members of the sponsor general cooperation of all mem- ing Sorority are Mines. Delitha bers Guen/.el, Del Cox, Elizabeth Davis, Mrs. Lulu Summers, Bazaar Patsy I'ruett, Freda Ratcliff, Wanda chairman, was assisted by com- Shaw, Sally Jordan and Opal mittee members Madeleine Mor- F'Us. gan and Sue Kyle. O We appreciate so much the SlISOIl McCorrol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 8, I960 PAGE FOUR Tea Commemorates WSCS Anniversary WSCS members of First Meth- odist Church observed the 20th anniversary of that organization with a silver tea at the home of its president, Mrs Morris Hassell, Monday December 5th at 3 p m fU-v Jewel McClure was the principal speaker for the program, and cited the many accomplish- ments of the WSCS in its 20 year GA's Attend Associational Meet At Mixon Five members of the (¡iris Auxi liary, First Baptist Church, were accompanied by Mrs Wilson Mr Vicker to a OA Ajisociational meet ing Saturday at the Baptist Church in Mixon A missionary from Brazil was the principal speaker Following her talk she showed slides of the work being done in Brazil with Lottie Moon offerings Mrs Hugo Albright presided at the meeting Rusk girls attending were Bever ly Sue Walker, Betsy Sue Bishop Janie Sartain, Verían Joy Clapp and Rita Hudson. history He dosed with optimistic comments for the organization s future service. Refreshm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE DECEMBER 8 1960 I -V ■ ■- : • - * . -4 ; nvi. -4 *'•■' - '"•* 'i.* . i . 'it- É¿d <iíi I. New Brunswick Housewives Strong For Apple Use in Their Desserts ^ c STATE HOSPITAL WINNEK This Santa Claus entry in the Christmas Parade was awarded third place by judges. The float was en- tered by the Rusk State Hospital. PATIENTS IN HOSPITAL Airs. Frances Holsomback, Rusk; \ Mrs. Corrie Williamson. Rusk; Ne- p|y Hugghins, Rusk; Mrs. Carrie Holcomb. Alto; Mrs. George Beas- ley, Rusk; Mrs. W. M. Rogers, Alto; Mr E. H. Lusk, Rusk; Mrs. Spence Swan. Rusk; Mrs. W F. Phillips, Rusk; Joe (íuinn, Rusk; Hoyt Ly- ons, Alto; II. O. Campbell. Alto; 11. C. Bridges, Rusk; Mack Dover, Rusk; Horace I^ewis, Laneville; Tom Williams, Rusk; Laura Mc- Donald, Rusk; Deanna White, Rusk. i PATIENTS DISCHARGED: Kenneth Van Cleave, Rusk; Ray-' mond Magruder, Rusk; John II. Pitts, Rusk; DeWane Morriwether, Rusk; Mrs. Loyce Bonner & baby uirl Rusk; Russell Jones, Rusk; Mrs Herbert Lange ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE SIX DECEMBER I, 1960 EAGLES ECHO MODERN NURSERY RHYMES Jack nimble, Jack Iwr rjturk, Jack cari't Jump Little Miss Muffct sat on a tuf/et hialina her curds and whey Alori;; camc a spider and .at down tx side her And said, Whatcha i!ot in th' bowl. Baby?" I k Sprat could eat no f;if So tie died ifumpty JJurnpty sat r<n a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a creat fall EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant ( ircu'.ation Mgr Sport.* Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors 1960-1961 Wasn't he an egghead' Jark and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water Well was dry 1 comes 1'eU-r Cottontail Hopping down the bunriy trail ' rippled l.ittli- Hoy Blue come blow >our horn The sheep are in the meadow But you'll have to round up all thi cows M,irv had a little lamb It.s fl< «-< c wa . sheared Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? Out of the dirt, Stupid. Little Jack Horner Sat in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

DECEMBER , 1M0 THE CHEROKEEAN PACE SEVEN If I f m B ] EAGLES ECHO SENIOR SPOTLIGHT GIRL Name—Linda Watson Nickname—Gertie A£e—17 Birthday—August 17 Hair—Blonde Efres—Blue Height—5' 3" Favorite Food—Cheeseburger Drink—TVa Car —Chevrolet Color—Blue Flower—Carnation Song—A Million to One Singer—The Platters Scent—Topaz Movie—Ben Hur Actor—Rock Hudson Actress—Elizabeth Taylor Book—Gone With The Wind Authoi^-Margaret Mitchell Subject—Bookkeeping Sport—Football Boy—Most all Pastime—Going Ambition—To finish school O The Kind of Person I Hat Mo*t Dorothy Adams—people who don't enjoy eating Marry Goff—tall people John Hood—slow drivers Pat Smith—people who won't argue (Continued from Page 6) back Diana Burton—quiet people Leonard Berry—anybody who dates Arlene Shankles. Lynda Black—People who live so close to school Buzzy Braswell—people who write on desk tops Hilda Byers—people who don't talk loud enough in clad* Dan Cook—people who can wear contact lenses Patty Cotton—people who call me "S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

'Hi THE CHEROKEEAN MOE CIOHT OICUMBR •, 19M In & About Alto BRIGHT GIFT * * * «nrx *** Attending the District Guild meeting in Palestine Sunday af- ternoon were Mrs. A. E. Danheim, Mrs. Karl Keaneson, Mr*. Bonnie Foss, Mrs Nona Crawford. Mrs Mamie Lee Carter, Mrs Kred Ban man, Mrs Beaulah Poore, Mrs Helen Qoarles Mrs Reba Moses and Mrs. Viola King Mr and Mrs Robert Wolfe anrl family of Dallas were wwkend guests of her parents, Mr a n d Mrs Joe Cruseturner, Mrs Jennie Halbert and Mrs Tracy Pe arman were Nacogdoches visitors last Friday Jimmy Brunt of Baylor Univer- sity accompanied by two friends were hert." with his parents, Mr and Mrs Brum Brunt for the week end Mr and Mrs Marshall Bynum visited their son Marshall Kay of TCU, Fort Worth, over the wick end Mr and W K Bynum spent the weekend in Corsicana with Mrs Bynum's sister, Mrs Otto Chapman and Mr Chapman Jeanette Schorhlf-r of Rusk spent the weekend with her father Mr Cull en Schochler of Alto Mr and Mrs Terry 1-andrum >...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

The Cherokeean Section 11 DECEMBER 8, 1960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS S1VIU01IQ3 ★ LAUNCHED CRIME SPREE Blind Mule On Tracks Cost This Man 5 Years The man whom we shall indent- ify by the initials R. P. M. led his animal upon a set of railroad tracks and left him there at the mercy of a steam locomotive. May- be he planned to trick the railroad into buying him a new mule (if it was a mule) in place of this use- less old blind one (if it was blind). Therein is one of the small my- steries of local history, and the beginning of an amazing one-man campaign of crime that ended up in murder It happened in Cherokee County three-quarters of a century ago, and it would be difficult to chal- lenge the statement that it is un- ique in the annals of justice. Until further distracted, we'll accept the assertion that the mule was a mule and that he was blind, although it is to be doubted that this was ;i salient point in the prosecution's case. It. i' M. was indicte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE '^Mll GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE Your Dollar Goes A Long Way AT RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" For The "Trade of Your Life" See Leeman Isaacs at RUSK MOTOR SALES Trade cara with a dealer who will set- tle for a small pro- fit. SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKB yw BUY A SBCOND CAR OR A BCTTER ONI USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USB LIFT. ALL Of OUR CARS NERD A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET UJ. ROYAL TIRES •SI fl. Ruak PfMiw *2M lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Bif Selection f Fin* UMd Car* at Bargain Prke* J. C. WILLIAMS Y*ur Rambler Dealer Rw*k right J C. Williams, Phon« MU .14444. Hunk. 4t-c30 Stop at the lian of "V&M" on Bonner Street for your landscape need*. Large variety of treat and shrub*. VIM NURSERY Ph. MU 3 4470 Rusk, Texas 2e Feed-Wood-Hay KOH SALE Wood, any !<■rifith Ph SH 3-2103. James Kuhsell tfc-10 Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk A Oak Jacksonville Custom...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

UNDERSTANDING NEEDED IN SUFFICIENT NUMBER Nation Fates Production Problems Texas Lacks Medical Examiners ■ ■ ■ ■ AUSTIN — Murder Dorformed Dr Anduiar nati>H that Rnhnrt n r.-nlrond track nft< r THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 8, 1960 PAGE THREE by Dr. George S. Benson, President National Education Program NEW APPROACH NEEDED America today is facing tremen- dous oconomic problems. She is approaching he.r greatest crisis. Millions of American jobs are in- volved The balance in foreign trade is involved. A balanced bud- get is involved. Our ability to con- tinue to pay our high taxes is in- volved. In fact, the future of the nation is at stake in this grave in- ternal problem. Yet it could be solved with the application of fair- ness and farsighted judgment with in the industrial team—manage- ment and labor. For many years America has been an exporting nation in steel, autombiles, sewing machines, are making any progress toward an understanding in this aren. Our steel plants are operatin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

Remodeling Made Easy rar:, r'>*•*- i i Overcrowded homes can \><■ quickly and economically cnlnrucd by converting the porch, liaraKc or carport into a bedroom, den or work i hop The existing «tructure will require minimum .-ilt'-ratlona, and the heating problem can be circumvented by Installing a practical liquefied petroleum «as space heater without the nerejiaity > f coftly ductwork or Joining Uie new room with the central hiiatmg plant. But the healer should be lolected for the particular job it must perform. The UV-Oub Industry han developed attractive, corn;,net «pace heaters exactly suited for every type of new room addition as well as for existing rooms. Borne models conveniently fit between the wall studs (above) or In windows (inset) for economical ln*tnl]ali>>ri Ueca'r o the unit projects through the outside wall or windov/. no vent Is need1-d Other* can be rece , led entirely into the wall, occupying no valu- able living space at all. M-any other LI'Gas ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

te IS m mma mm i NOT HAVE 10 BE ÍSENT TO Wi IHASE REQUIRED Coupons in today's paper must be deposited be- fore 4:00 P.M. Saturday when drawing will be held. Enter each week you may win several prizes. 15 FREE GIFTS THIS WEEK Full-fashioned Sweaters in a precious lambs-wool-fur fibre blend . . . skirts and pants in solid and plaid wool to match. Perfection for day-time, date- time, play-time. Sweaters 32- 40; Skirts and Pants 5-15. Webb's North side of the square Fill In And Deposit At Webb's Dress Shop NAME CITY TER EACH WEEK AT THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES 59* 1.19 2259 See our famous . . . Andover Suits and Sport Coats Sizes Regular and Long Other Brands in Car Coats Free Gift Wrapping Knox Ray Men's Wear Fill In And Deposit At Knox Ray NAME ADDRESS CITY See our excellent SPORT SHIRTS Fresh new solid colors with mono- grams - gay, colorful plaids in wash 'n wear Gingham. Select from hundreds! just $2.98 Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller NAME ADDRESS CITY Merry Christmas Drug ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

For Holiday Festivities Her..* Service Department United Get Corporation In the fall a woman's fancy light ly turns to thoughts oJ—party re- fresh men ts If you're planning to entertain during the coming holiday season, here are suCSestions for easy ans-, were to the question, "What shall 1 •ene'" Make the Dip Base described lx- low then add any one of the .«■ snnings suggested. For a large party, triple the Dip Base recipe; and make three different dips Using the same idea, make Kasy Fondant dnde it into four parts,; and make four kinds of randy A; bo* of the assorted fondants makes a lovely gift, by the way. Dip Base 2 i3ottnce) packages cream) cheese I 3 nip evaporated milk 1 teaspoon Worchestcrshire sauce 2 teaspoons grated onion Let cream cheese stand in bowl until softened Add milk 2 table spoons a time, mixing until smooth each time Stir in Worches tershire sauce and onion Add in gredient- to make one of the dips described below Cover and chill in refrigerator for several hou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches íAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. MornLig Worship—11 A.M. i-'vening Worship—7:30 P.M. first assembly of god 926 Washhigton Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor buiulay School—9:45 A.M. Vtorauig Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. VVMC—? 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. L'vening Worship—7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wed. Wednesday 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. Kveuing 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. Mormng Worship—11 A.M. Training Unioji—6:15 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. Cho...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT DECEMBER I. IMO No Special Session, But New Year To Bring Austin Excitement 1 _. . .. w. , . .. _ lim Turman The Cherokeean + E DITORI ALS ★ By V*rn Sanford Texas Pre Association would be the 56th which could not elect legislature, and James Turman of Gober are House members, announced add- me for Speaker Jim Tur roa speaker candidates for speaker Both, re- ition of two more pledges to him. the same thing So. the Jig J AUSTIN, Tex By the time A us- for the 57th Legislature A NATIONAL DISGRACE Throttle and the Bottle About one out of three fatal traffic crashes involves a drinking driv-r, National Safety Council files show. The Texas Depart ment of Public Safety reports that torty-fivi- per cent of non-urban fa'al crashes last year involved a drinking driver. This is our leading national disgrace, • Fortunately something can !> ■ done about it,. It will take an alarmed, enraged public, but a measure of sanity on our highways can be accomplished. This y.ar...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

1 ■ ■: 1 STREET BEAT * * * The East Texas Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America named three men from Jackson- ville to their Board of Directors for the coming year. Luman Hol- man was elected vice president of the Council, Sam D. Quay is to serve as council chairman of pub- lic relations and W. E. Bailey is on the council finance committee. IJoyd Bearden is sincere about, his firm selling everything in his; firm's location at Main and Com- merce Street. I^st week he sold the gas heater that was used to heat the building and the employ- ees had to just bear the cold weather . . . The Jacksonville Indians will The Lon Morris College Choir meet the Brownwood Lions in the under the direction of Roger Keys, semi-finals of Texas 3-A playoffs will sing at the morning services in t^e Baylor University Stadium of the First Methodist Church in Saturday afternoon at 2:00 P. M. That evening they will appear at; nie Indians, undefeated in 12 the First Methodist Church at games this year, wil...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACK TWO OEC«M«e« •. IHO • n . Convention December 11 Singers are expected to meet from over a large area Sunday, December 11th, at 2 00 P.M at Walnut Grove Methodist Church, five miles east of Bullard on the Troup highway. Many singers are expected to attend and several outstanding quartets from ovet East Texas will plan to attend Everyone is urged to share the Joys of Gospel singing during the Christmas Season Mary Katherine Fry i« chairman of this convention. Indians Rip Greenville 13-6 Ri'es for J-w-Young HeldDec\6 ™ tjí —.1 ./.MfiAoe fr\r Tarlr Vt hOSDÍtdl. ,, ., ,, «. In Quarterfinal V ictory A near capacity crowd of 9,000 Warren carried the ball over from | line Funeral services for Jack V\ Young, 65, of 520 Georgia Avenue, Jacksonville, Texas, were conduct *4 at 10 00 A M Tuesday, Decern ber 6, in the Gragard - Spraggms Of the seven touchdowns that Swofford Funeral Chapel Burial LAY-A-WAY mstir. for Christmas A «mall deposit will hold your selection. -x RENWIA...

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