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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

Brownwood Downs Monahans Lobos 37-16 Cleburne Remains In Lro.vn.\(mil A standing-room only throng of board in the second quarter and ed out to the Brownwood 33. On struck quickly and with deadly '¡.¿WO fans was electrified on the re in d at intermission looking the second play, EUodge carried 1^|J|V|||TC 1 ill effect Saturday afternoon, pound- fourt.i play of the game as 1'ke world-beaters. around left end on a magnificent I B « MIIWI1 ing a 30-0 halftime advantage over Drownuood Halfback Max Em- Monahans, which had never hootlc„ THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 8, 1960 PACE THREE READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Monahans, then hu.ig on grimly fmgor circled left end and raced Vfore fallen behind an °PPolu>n> linebackers before for a T7 lfi vi< <nrv nv, r th.. nr., «o f , in 11 games this season returned 37 16 tht |,re' 6- >arils f,r a touchdown with for ,he (hird snorljng my knew where maneuver, cleared t h e CLEBURNE—Quarterback Tim- antl raced for an easy score. a single ene- my Doerr d...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE FOUR DECEMBER 8, 1960 Anita Tarrant And Jerry McKnight Vows Read In First Baptist, Nov. 24 Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Anita Kay Tarrant and Jerry L McKnight in a double ring ceremony performed by FW Gerald Keller Thursday, Novem- ber 24 at 6 00 P. M The wedding «•as performed in the First Baptist Church, Jacksonville. The bride n the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack E Tarrant and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs W M McKnight, all of Jackson- vitle The vows were read in a back ground of green palma and whit*.- wedding flower . Flanking the altar were baskets of gladioli, rnums and greener/ and lighted tapers in tall candelabra Miss Anne Champion played traditional wedding music arid r compaiiied Miss Judy Champion, who sang, "Because". Given in marriage by her father, the bride chow a formal gown of imported chantllly lace and tullu over satin. An original design by Marie, it. was fashioned with an open sweetheart neckline emboss- ed with scalloped lace, shi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

Semifinals . .. (Continued from Page 1) $2.00 Student tickets will be .ild at 30c before the game, but , . b • SI 00 at the gale. The quarterback club has made arrangements for ; :iothir police ( curled caravan for this game rbr i aravan will leave the Tomato inwl at 9.30 and should arrive in. Read The Classifieds for fans to have lunch before the game. At least three chartered buses will make the trip from Jacksonville Anyone wishing to ; ¡de on one of the buses should ■ all Sadler's is early as possible. i in Indians ut.l play on their h '.(■ soil in Waco. Quarterback Ciub president, Monk Sadler, and pi:d"iit-ok>ct Frank Brown will hav • the imial two buckets of c:urokee County Red Din" to "rmkle on the field before the ame star.s Men followers of the Indians will be on the field to greet the Indians when they enter the stadium just before the kick- off. 'he winner of the Jacksonville- Brownwood clash will meet the winner of the Cleburne fort Lav- aca game that is to be played ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

—Tirr- ■: -; W —' -Ssé-.:.. GOOD LUCK INDIANS! WE'RE ALL PULLING FOR YOU TO WIN SATURDAY WACO IN THE STATE SEMI-FINALS AGAINST BROWNWOOD Jacksonville Roster No. Nam* 10 Grady Rountree 11 Shub Minter 12 George Caus«y 13 Charles Holman 21 Bo Warren 22 Jarnes Busby 30 Neil Sheddan 31 Mike McElmurry 32 Frank Peacock 40 Jimmy Ba\t 42 Robby Robbins 50 Jimmy Connor 51 Don Murray 60 Wayne Keriee 61 Frank Dublin 62 Mark Rogers 64 David Purifoy 70 Neil Qulliin 72 Rutty Bradley 73 Larry Lake 74 John Jolly 75 Ray Dudley 80 Pete Laoimom 81 Wade Holman 83 Clayton Fontenot 84 Sammy Chandler Class Pos. rfe' & •r>- m Hpr *r < SO m "í0\ vfaMc: The 1960 Jacksonville Indians-First Indian Team In History To Reach The Semi-Finals-Undefeated In 12 Big Games. INDIANS Brownwood Roster No. Name 10 Jimmy Herman 11 Ben Eledge 15 Grayson Wetiel 27 A. D. Carnes 28 Charle Coffey 35 Max Emfinger 36 Ray Bledsoe 42 Donnie Gersbach 44 James Crow 45 John Cadenhead 46 Jim Thompson 50 Ronnie Moore 54 David Smi...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

First Baptist Circles LULA NEWBURN CIRCLE The Lula Newburn Circle of the First Baptist Church met with Mrs. C. R. Meadows presiding, Monday, December 5. The meeting was opened with RUTH CIRCLE prayer by Mrs. Charles Nunn. j The regular Tuesday morning During the business meeting,! meeting for the Ruth Circle of the that salvation was ior everyone. Mrs. D. J. Albritton closed the meeting with prayer with nine members present. Study Club Methodist Groups Distribute Baskets Welcomes Members the Christmas luncheon was chang- ed from December 12th to Dec- ember 19th. Mrs. J. H. Jayroe taught the lesson from the book of "Phil- emon" In this book, Paul was writing to Philemon about his run-away sleigh and trying to teach CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS Indoor & Outdoor Special Light Sets 8-Bulb Extra Light LIGHT SET Bulbs - All Sizes 77* Plastic 9 ft. Brown WASTE EXTENSION BASKETS CORD "J"7C Assorted % Colors m Special ® t £ L / Well Constructed Large Size TOILET TOY SEATS HOE b RAKE Choice of: ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN , PA4S IIOMT DSCEMSS* I. 1H0 #■* 1 «1 ■• - > A * wtffqft9¡M& Santaville Displays Season Suggestions Williamson Odom, with this warm living room wjic shown at left, heralds the Christmas season Its storewide brilliant displays sug^fst scores of jiift items for anyone ori your list 'Hie store i>> typical of many in the rity which have been decke<i fr/r the colorful ' 'hristmas season (iray Electric enters its favorite season this year with an array of the ever-popular electre appliance gift suggestions fictured at right is thf compart transistor radio which comes complete with carrying case and accessory earphone ■i Portrait. . . <C«ntinued from Pag*- 1> warrant th« installation oí stgnalii The «rundí voted to send the rail ro d a roque at to provide flagmen at thr«¡e crossings biscau.se of the traffic hazards in Uiom areas They voted to have th« rity in- stall stop signs on Wilson Streot at Its Intersection The council reviewed the cod tract submi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

ofihn Service & V O Box 8 JCa :tí Íí: 'Round . . . Town JZounda&aid COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE 1 Combining th« newsgatharlng facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agoncfes in the most complot* local news medium in Cherokee County. 'TIS THE SEASON TO BE JOL- LY" goes the familiar Christmas carol, but to our notion there eft- peers to be a more sober attitude toward the holiday season this year of 1960 . . . could be there's as much gaiety as in seasons past and we've just been working too hard to notice . . . IF THERE is a more aroused in- terest in the true meaning of this Holy Time, wonder which political party will seek credit . . . THE NATIVITY SCENE U to be enacted live on the lawn of hirst Christian Church next week, Roundabout learned today, and from all early indications, the •cene can expect to draw hundreds of viewers. Youngsters of t h e church will portray the familiar characters from the Christmas story, and are to be "on stage," so to speak, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. next...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MGB TWO DECEMBER IS. 1*« EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor in-chief Assistant Editor Bufiincs* Maaascr Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr Sports Kditor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors I960 1941 Smith, Dan Cook, JanJs Jones, and fll^nn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs. Lewis MrOarroU Snooper Congratulations .N'orlrine Mor Ijlrs arid Jackie Smith are going gan and Kenny Black They are ,.>ady onre «gain. now going steady. We think you , ' , . . , . , ' Annie Mm Hudson, you two make a real cute couple Some changes have been made '^ou'f'n 1 ,a"< t*"- dark, around R H S Saturrlay night hand,orae football player v> much Nancy llobson was with ./immey during Aliebra Í We know that he; Ramey, Judy Hank' was with Ro ROi s to Tyler Jr College bert Stover, and Diana Burton was with Connie Bailes lfr/w Vjut. this*'' Johnnie Crimes, did you tell Lois Warren to bo in the show Saturday' Keith MrKnight took Shirley Cotton to the hahk'-tball game last Monday night Mark ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

i i Super" lTai ting For Santa I (Photo Cnurlfiy Canadian National Railway ) THE TREE IS TRIMMED; "Super" has snow underfoot and even a sprinkling of it on his back. Now all he needs are his presents and these will he forthcoming at the proper time from his boss and pal, .lack Wilkinson, outfitter and fishing guide in Algonquin Park, in northern Ontario. "Super" has lived around Wilkinson's Kish Kaduk lodge since he was a tiny fawn and each Christmas Jack decorates a tree for his pet deer and several other little wild animals, including a shy fox and an aggressive raccoon, with whom Wilkinson has made friends f NS *k) on Could Be Swinging On a Star" So went a favorite song of just yesterday. And here a workaday cherub, waiting for Santa Clans, rests on a new moon, dreaming sugar-plum dreams. With the holiday season here, now's the time for party refresh- ments to appear dressed in their gayest best. Such an easy thing to do, too, with a festive holiday ice cream flavor — Red Raspber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 15, 1960 PACE FOUR Tullis-Moore Marriage To Be Solemnized Dec. 2 7 Mr and Mrs. J H Tuliis of Alto b m ;.: •• eriga • • ' ;n '1 •<!< proachixiS marriage of their daugh ter. Sue, to Jerry Moore, son of Mrs Ted Moore of Alto The bride-elect was graduated from Alto High School in 1258 as iledictorian. Among other hotv era received in high school, she vas drum major. football sweet- freart. and most popular Presently, Sue ls a senior busin < s administration major at Sam RUSK FOLKS Dr and Mrs. W E Gabbert had guests from Friday to Monday t i brotheT in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Paul Fox of Clay Center, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs Charles I.jkifi of Burdette. Kansas Si :i [ ."ih< r of Alpha pella |\ Sorority of which she is music eJuifii.ari tor the past two years she ha:-, been a IJeaüty to Span- in the Ail < olle.'e Beauty Contest. 'Ih<' groom graduated from Alto High S' hool in 15*57. He received hi B A degree from Stephen F Austin S'ate Teacher Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

I rn ns, le, ik- !o- ¡E on irs Credit Ass'n Talks Trends Chamber Director fCcntinued from Page 1) I , i\ mber 15th at 9:30 a.m. The advisory committee of the Crockett Production C redit A-.-oci- at ion of. ice tiie associatioi' •ockctt Tuesda. home night, prepare ¡it for . ,al Holdover directors whose terms , xj'iire in 1961 are: I)r. ("has. Cast- n. r, ('. raid Chapman. I S. Chap- man, Ide R. Hall. Charles Hinton, V. d trc nemDirs ar.ci biiMiie-.s of tin ¡ r rancher owned credit alive. Discussion centered around the narrow spread between cost of production and sales price on most iti fa ,J I-ong, B- B. Musick, Sr. and J jarm pro,jUCLs. ••This cost-price i Williams. Terms expiring in 1962 are those of Paul B. Cox, Ro- bert von Doenhoff, E. R. Gregg, W squeeze is constantly creating maj- or problems for all farmers and ranchers and is putting many H Hanna, John Lester, Jack Nich- sina]¡er operators out of business,"! ols, E. H. Whitehead and Shelby R L Barrett Association Man- Hood,*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN | DECEMBER 15, I960! RUSK, TEXAS OPEN DAILY 1:00 PM THUPCDAY AND FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 & 16 w EDNA FERBER'S a $ ROBERT I CAROtYN I MARTHA WARNER BROS TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Hudnall Notes 85th Birthday ri<! f íudi.all rioted (•fTOb'T 1 1th iiv¡tic, 'A' re ! n number a tiV <-:s dunn : her Due of the Dowdy Urges State GiveElected president Ants-Red Instruction iiis'ru hi. rr pro- I'trvn of .•¡i al pliilo ophies which iytT'e re P ¡di.r<-t| by the authors of our •••n-tiluiio;; Th • Amer.: an concept • if limi'f'd :.;overnment and states ri :hts mu>! be preserved at all her for COLOR CARTOON — "MOUSE TRAPEZE SATURDAY ONLY DECEMBER 17 YESTERDAY'S ENEMY ñ vmrt wn tin tout v US MdUSN M*0C* Utttf* Two Gian Chrittmat Stocking Full of Toys To Be Given Aw«y To Some Lucky Personi under 12 year of ag«. COLOR CARTOON — "PINK & BLUE BLUES" PREVUE SATURDAY 11:15 & SUNDAY AND MONDAY DECEMBER 17, 18 & 19 n IM Ml t f'A/' • ' ' I :yf, 'on RltTHEYbUNG RfSfJJ • «m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

of ¡l-.lt", the M6 llkr- fchter t cth- -;htor I as a presi Jan- [ the for lients |i as ;riod are Ihool. the |r 21 3, ^usk. THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 15. I960 PAGE SEVEN EAGLES ECHO i Continued from Page 2 watching t.v. Sunday night. Joann Herring, why were you so Scent—Aqua Velva Song—Tins liitter Earth Singer—Jimmy Reed Book—The Old Man and the Sea set on not going with anybody Sat- ¿uthor-Earnest Hemingway n,ch.-> u'hafu Movie—Ten Commandments urday night? What's the matter? Don't you like boys? We think a very pretty and sweet girl who should be recognized is CAROLYN BOOTH!! Darlene Fitts, we saw you riding around in that pretty red Impala! Lucky girl! Johnny Grisham, Dennis Dotson tells us you're a food - hungry Mouse! 0 Actor—Marlon Brando Actress—Debbie Reynolds Sport—Golf Subject—English Girl-—All of 'em Ambition—-To go to A&M and be- come a C. P. A Pastimes-Going and dancing O 1 ■ '"'i m Historical Characters MEN Ulysses—James Archie Norton Julius Caesar- -Chris von Doe...

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

m i THE CHEROKEEAN HCIMMI IS. 1H0 PAOI IIOHT IS? OWSTIAN CHURCH Live Nativity Scene By Young People Planned C^Vl^lttKAxi Young people of the First Christ ian Church will stage a "live" na tivity scene three nights next week in front of the church. The young sters will impersonate the pnn- East Texas Symphony To Give Concert cipal characters of that familiar scene on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights, December 21, 22 and 23. According to Mr Jack Fitts, director of the project, the scene is to be beautifully costumed and dramatically lighted Traditional music will be played during the hour and a half per formance— from 7 to B 30 p m each evening TYLER, TEX. Dec. 15 An "Our membership extend* a interesting program of traditional ¡ most cordial welcome to the pub- Christmas music is in store for all He to drive by and see our expres- musK lovers on Thursday, Decern- j >on of His birthday, as we re ber 15th when the East Texas create that night so familiar in the Symphony Orchestr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

wm t-1 Si EE ■« I. The Cherokeean II DECEMBER 15, I960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS RUSK, MAYDELLE LEAD FIELD ¡$i •'ir '■ ii |KÉ i s r'; '''v ra CountyFFAsSweep Forestry Contest Rusk and Maydelle FFA chapters won first and second places in the State 1960 Sears-Roebuck Forestry Awards program. Rusk's chapter, led by vocational agriculture teach- er Adon Duncan, was awarded the $200 first place award. C. J. Master's Maydelle chapter, winner of the first place award last year, was runner-up this year and received $150. The Overton chapter placed third and Burkville fourth. Final judging was conducted at the FFA forestry plots last Wed- nesday The first place entry de-1 veloped by Rusk is located fourj miles north of Rusk on Highway 69. .Judged was one acre of a five- acre tract which was made avail-1 able by the Southland Paper Mills of Lufkin. The forestry Awards program is sponsored by the Divis- ion of Vocational Agriculture Education of the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

LATER HOURS WILL BE OBSERVED BY THESE RUSK BUSINESS HOUSES Beginning Monday, December 19th Through Saturday, December 24th Be Sure To Shop The Many Christinas Specials Offered In This Ad You can't go wrong with a gift for mi-lady from Bon Hester's Dress Shop! Holiday Special on all Ladies Dresses $2.00 reduction Bon Hester U Channel Master & Admiral Transistor Radios Regular $29.95 on sale $24.95 We will remain open as as necessary Bill's Radio & TV North Side of Squire SEE OUR NICE SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS We will remain open at lute at necessary Henry's Jewelers North Side of Square Make This a Color TV Christmas prices as low as $49.95 ^ Tremendous Trade-ins given for your old set Urdal Radio & TV Shop E«*t Sid* ef Square Libby S-piece Glass Set Regular $4.00 on sale $2.95 Big Trades Given for watches We will remain open as late as necessary Rusk Jewelers South Side of Square Universal Electric Irons Regular $9.95 on sale $7.95 We will remain open as late as neces...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

r * 'A1 u I y TO LISTEN TO THE BLUE BONNET BOWL DIRECT FROM HOUSTON Texas University vs. University of Alabama UVE BROADCAST ON Radio Station KTLU -1580 BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17th BOB FULTON AND EDDIE PRICE WILL DESCRIBE THE THRILLING ACTION This Broadcast Made Possible By These Friendly And Progressive And Sportsminded Cherokee County Firms ML Lyons Butane Co. BUTANE SERVICE — HOME APPLIANCES ALTO, TEXAS Houston's Cafe "24 HOUR SERVICE — HIWAY 69" RUSK, TEXAS Stewart's Boot & Saddle Shop SEE OUR PINE GIFT SELECTION WEST SIDE OP SQUARE IN RUSK South Texas Producers Association Cherokee Theater PINE FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT RUSK, TEXAS Schochler Hardware GIFTS FOR SPORTSMEN AND FOR THE HOME RUSK, TEXAS City Garage Boyd's Drugs YOUR MERRY XMAS DRUG STORE ALTO, TEXAS Jared's 5? To $1.00 Store EVERYTHING YOU'LL NEED FOR XMAS RUSK, TEXAS Raymond West Insurance Agency N. MAIN ST. RUSK FIRST NATL BANK BLDG JACKSONVILLE HIWAY 69 RUSK Weldon Hendricks YOUR FARM BUREAU S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

Under-50 Get First Benefits Under New Law December. 1960, Is the first month social security benefit checks were made to disabled jx-o- ple under age 50 Loye M Cope- land, Tyler District Manager said that up to December, 1ÍWJO, only pcoplr over £■• could qualify for disability benefits. Lnder amendments to the social «ecunty Law enacted in Septem- ber, severely disabled workers un dt-r 65. with credit for 5 yrars of work under social security in the lOyear p<*rio<i Ix-fore they becamo duabled can qualify for these dis- ability benefits Benefits may also he payable to his dependents, just as if he were receiving social sec-! urity retirement benefits Approximately 250,000 people— , disabled workers and their depen- dents are eligible for benefits because of this change in the law Most of them have aJready ap- plied for their benefits, but some may still not be aware of their rights. If you feel you can qualify, and have not yet contacted the soc- ial security office, do it now ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches CHEROKEE THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER IS, I960 PAGE FIVE £ AST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Morni.ig Worship—11 A.M. 1 voiune Worship—7.30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Str**t Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Uurniug 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. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST NEW SUMMERFIELD 411 East Commerce Street FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harold Spurlock, evangelist Rev. Gordon Renshaw, Pastor Time of services: Sunday School—10 A.M. Sunday muriung Bible Class 9:45 Mornmg Worship—11 A.M. Sunday morning Worship Service A'aming Service—7 P.M. 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7:30 Evening Worship— 7:45 P M. R...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE SELL - TRADE llTHtt \ i CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE Your Dollar Gees A Long Way AT RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" For The "Trade of Your Life" See Leeman Isaacs at RUSK MOTOR SALES Trade cars with a dealer who will set- tle for a small pro- fit. SAFE TRANSPORTATION •t PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONH USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME I WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET UJ. ROYAL TIRES m I. Rink lc. Autos For Sale Id Auto Service with tiller tool, di*k, 2 rake#, dust- er , plantar, brrsltm¡( [>l*w See Hertry Norteari in Alto nr call MU 32ÍWÍ In Ruck tfc,42 FOR SAfJS Two rarmafi Tracker . <9ne 1-row, one 1 row Botk with dice mow * nm<1 nqmfmfmt Pfieed right .1 C William , Phone MU 3 4444. Rusk 4-t c-M 2b. Livestock FOR SALE 9 registered Hereford hull'. >'hortw!<; 01051 excellent conformation, y.'Xi'I < ize ...

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