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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

K FlX-UPJfOUR HOME ...with KELVINATOR from BEARDEN FURNITURE CO.! An all electric home is cooler, cleaner, easier for you to Keep! And you "Beat high prices" when you "Beat the Heat" with wonderful, time-saving appliances by Kelvinator — from Beorden's! WITH A NEW 1959 KELVINATOR ROOM AIR CONDITIONER INSTALL IN THE WINDOW OR THROUGH THE WALL New narrow 27' models Install in the Window or Through the Wall with minimum projection into the room. BIG 1-H.P. "CHALLENGER" YOU WILL LIKE ITS QUALITY FEATURES • Adustable Thermostat • Simple dial controls • Adjustable Air Directional Lou- vers • Replaceable Glass Fiber Filter • Available with All-Season Reverse Cycle Heat for year-round comfort. ^ INSTALLED 199 ONLY PAY ONLY $10.00 DOWN - $3.20 WEEKLY ptplpl WVijJ m&ií i--., • "• <*?. fh-K A H BUOGET-PRICID 1959 KELVINATOR AUTOMATIC WASHES CLOTHES CLEANER, EASIER, SAFER... AND AT LESS COST, TOO! 100K AT THE t~ADE1UXE FUTURES! J \ . *BTDM*TIC Li Hi FILTER! . MULTICYCLE AUTOMATIC WASHIN8...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 June 1959

THE PA6C • CHEROKEEAN JUNE 25, 1*5 a tion, Ü umt beinf the 6th dir ¡ SHOULD WAR COME of June, 1990, at the county Court Specialist Urges Control Of Bugs Early In Season Dr. P. a. Y hou*e in Rusk, Tem, at which time and place all persons inter- ested in aaid Account for Final Settlement of «aid guardianship are required to appear and contest said account and application by then and there filing opposition ,JW | thereto in writing if they see pro- per so to do. The officer executing this writ continue to Uve above the This means that we should not Speckled white spots on green- |iM> any Dieldrin on toma- «rap tomatoes remind us that the foef Wlthin 4 week„ ot pjckinK the Mm, ,c. baggy season u here again Pea whlch means that we should iha'1 ^ ~ not Uie Dieldrin on tomatoes it cord,n* to "quiremenU of law. in for killing cut ants. One fall a farmer asked me how Who Holds Balance of World's Power—Russia Or America? pods are being blasted and little gray bugs with black parents can fw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

I £,rküt>fíh% "8- 45"'" * 'Hound . . . Town tyiitk ítaundaHout ROUNDABOUT ENJOYED the annual nMating of tha Ta*a* Press Association in Brownsville last weekend ... It was a good moot ing. Next year's convention scheduled to ba hold aboard chip. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining tha newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies In the most complete local news medium in Cher ok re County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area ear 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK. TBXAS JULY 2, 1959 NUMBER 2 Postoffice TOM WHITEHEAD, of Brenham, uncle of old Roundabout was elec- ted president of the Texas Press Association at this meeting. Nood- les* to say. Roundabout Is ¡ustly proud of his kin. Tom owns the Brenham Banner Press and Radio Station KWHI. TEXAS' BIG NAMES in politics are beginning to "stir" around some. Will Wilson, who will most likely be one of the top contenders for Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

Summer Do's, Don'ts Cited by Group It's fine to be bounding with as overdoing it. especially if you've energy and get upand- go7~~~it pasvd certain birthday And But there is such a thing particularly during the hot sum nver months July BEGINNING 1st, 1959 OUR ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND RATE WILL BE 4% PER ANNUM ON ALL SAVINGS JOIN THE CROWING FAMILY Of HARPY SAVERS— "WHERE you save DOES Make A Dlttaranca" PALESTINE SAVINGS * LOAN ASSOCIATION 209 W. Spring Phon* ^9191 Summer or winter, regular ex- ercise in a rood thing, but when It's really warm, here are some do's and don'ts to bear in mind DON'T play vigorously at tennis and such sport for long periods under a hot sun Do get all the sleep you should have DONT exercise to exhaustion or until you are badly out of breath Do eat the foods you need, includ ing solid" protein foods even on a hot day without overdoing it of course DON'T try to prove your en durance by staying behind a steer ing wheel for hundred* of miles all in one day. DO pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

'ACE 1 always se that aal sur- est av- evel of inimum a riot rk and inavian ^Buying egister- sk. Selling For Best Results for sale FOR SALE: 1956 25 HP Evinrude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer. Four life jackets. Price, S550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3- 4605, Rev. Elwood Birkelbach. tfc-50 FOR SALE: 1 have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Court tmise. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build y,ou a hume on one of them I will furnish plant. specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk. tfc-26 read and use the FOR SALE: Electric Refrigerator in good condition. MU 3-4519. l-t-c-2 FOR SALE: New two bedroom home, well located. Low down payment. Call Harry Tosh. MU 3-4618. 6-t-p-51 MCE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon-j FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, roe Street For sale or lease Call modern conveniences. Utilities Herbert Coleman. 9137 Jackson-! paid. 1423 Hospital Street. Ph. MU vUlp J-tfc-32 3-4552. R. E. Reese. l-t-p-2 FOR RENT: Three room furnishe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

WT* flgf 1 THE CHEROKEEAN PAG« 4 JULV J' ,W* news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Engagemeni Announced By Parents Feted On Don White Birthday At Party Thurs. A cartoon party' honored John (juenzel at hi* home last Thursday in celebration oí his 6th birthday He is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry t.ueme! of this city. After several indoor games, re- freshments of birthday cake and soft drtnk* were served Gift* were opened and then the youci'íter enjoyed an hour of car- toons on television Favors of party whistles, apple lollipops, and cartoon pictures were given the honoree and Gary Fisher Frankie Morgan. Alan Goldsberry, Ernie and Tim Tur ney. T'-rr;. Maness. and sisters of the honoree, Barbara and Mary Ellen Mr Madeliene Morgan assisted Mr* (itienzel with hostess duties Family Is Feted Here A surprise housewarming for Mr and Mr f>on White at their attractive new brick home on the Summerfield Highway was held Thursday evening. June 2f>th Mr and Mrs White were in town for a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

Cox Completes NCO Academy // ./* ULM, GERMANY (AHTNC) — Army Sgt. Emmett F Cox, Jr., 20. son of Mrs. Violet J. Cross, Route 5, Jacksonville, Texas, recently graduated from the 4th Armored Division Non - Commissioned Of- ficer Academy in Ulm, Germany. Sergeant Cox is regularly as- signed as a squad leader in Com- pany D of the division's 51st In- 1 fantry in Ulm. He entered the i Army in May 1957, completed basic training at Fort Hood and arrived in Europe in November 1957 The sergeant was employed by the West Texas Oil Service before entering the Army. Planning Fun on the 4th? You'll have even more fun, if you enjoy your outing with accessories from MOSELEY DRUG STORE! We have a complete stock of insect repellents, lotions for tanning, swimming accessories and picnic supplies. And We Have A WEEKEND SPECIAL, Too! WHILE THEY LAST! REG. $10.95 SWIMMING POOLS For Children . . . only $5.95 GET YOURS TODAY . . . SUPPLY IS LIMITED. MOSELEY DRUG STORE! PH. MU 3-2344 RUSK, TEXAS Fight Nite' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

PAGE i THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 3, m* news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Miss Ann Bruno Leaves For Senior Girls Scout Roundup Bragg-Spencer Repeat Vows In Church Ceremony J'VtLLC — Miss Ann Bruno, daughter of Mri D B Bruno of Jacksonville, left Tuesday from Dallas for the 1959 Senior Girl Scout Roundup to be held on ranch land 10 mile* north of Col orado Springs from July 3 through the 12 Ann will return on July 14 The Roundup will be the largest fathering of teenage girls ever held in th^ United States The second to be sponsored by Girl Scouts of U S A . will be twice the siw of the l&Vi encampment held in Michigan Dressed in went ern bats and Bermuda shorts the Girt Scouts, from 14 through 17 years of age will tome from all 49 states, from U S territories, and Iron, approximately 20 other countries At.;; i* one of eight girls from The F.jit Texas Girl Scout Coun til who will be among th - 10,000 Roundup campers who will liter ally build a city of tents on the plains below...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

F AOS 2 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 2, 19S9I i L a i m $91 LEGISLATIVE LETTER Legislative Tax Turmoil Highlighted By Rep. Glass Pram W. W. Glass As most of you know, the Legis- lature has been in a deadlock re- cently over the question of taxa- tion and revenue problems. To the Governor, a measure which would have placed increased taxes on the big gas pipeline companies, corporation franchises, plus sales Gallatin Plans Homecoming Of Former Students J'VILLE—An initial homecom- ing for all former students of Gal- latin High School and their fami- 1 lies will be held on the school campus Saturday, July 4 at 10 a.m. Everyone will bring their own lunch for an old fashioned "Dinner on the Ground." ITS THE LAW Colonists Established Basic Principles 183 Years Ago who is fully advised concerning' variance in facts may change the the facts involved, because a slight1 application of the law.) RIAD THE CLAMIFIBDS taxes on hard liquor, wines, ciga A. C. Jenkins of Jacksonville, public, the deadlock has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

Corporation Cou rt Activity Light For Month Of June JATLLE—Activity in Jackson Mile'* Corporation Court «as lifht, according to Judge Georfe Craw- ford Following are the cases that fame before Judge Crawford dur- ing the paat month June lit—2 boya charged with reckless driving Both found guilty and fined $17.90 each June 2nd—2 boy charged with theft. They were placed on pro- bation Three were charged with disturbance AH three were found guilty, and fined $25 00 each Two drunks were fined $2050 apiece June 3rd—One came before the court charged with disturbance Found guilty and fined $25 00 A driver, charged with making an illegal left turn was found not guilty. June 5th—A driver charged for following another car too close was found guilty and fined $500 June Rth—A drunk was picked up and charged with being drunk in public He was found guilty and fined $2500 June 8th—Three drunks were fined $20 50 each A driver caught driving without an operator's li- cense was fined $25 00 June 9th—T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

a i H Mi • ■■ A,.M v. . . ' V. J?*** < > ' > ^*w:v.v/®: mmmm ;:'-wKS'< sgas&Ks p ¡ 'i ratt+awKw • There's picnics, fishing, cook-outs, motoring, boat- ing—or maybe just staying home and taking it easy! No matter what you plan for the holidays, Piggly Wiggly is a good place to start. Values in finest foods in every line—whether you want a turkey dinner or cold cuts! For the very finest selection of holiday foods, reasonably priced and BEST in quality, shop PIGGLY WIGGLY COCA-COLA 19 lee Cold Golden Ripe Yellow Melons-99 10 5 BANANAS b ONIONS b Home Grown CANTALOUPES MO V/3Í MORTON'S SALAD DRESSING Qf 39 HOLIDAY SPECIALS Towie SALAD OLIVES Rainbo Hamburger SLICED PICKLES Amer Sour or Dill PICKLES French's BARBECUE SAUCE 9 Inch PAPER PLATES Dromadary PIMENTOS Diamond NAPKINS ICE CREAM SALT 5 Gerber's BABY FOOD 4 All Flavors JELLO 4 l\/ Vv'v * 4 ■ < ' /iífí.o'Vll'" y'< iMV.X \ -AU 4 1 Guaranteed Top Quality Meats HAMS""" Half l or Whole B Tender Veal ROUND STEAK 10...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN MM , «nit CROWDING CHRISTMAS The Cherokeean miCMTIII Politics To Bloom With The Flowers Next Year Morals Decline With Family Farm — Willis an average of one teenage violator to create friendship with teenagers, rough and rugged, but if you will to 90 adulta, moat of whom come and teach teenagers an officer who check the list of the really great ESTAftt-VHCO JULY S. 1M7 AS TMi PIQXEB Entered as second ciasa matter at the poatofffc* at Rusk. Texas isder Act of March 3. 1 «Í* EL H WHITEHEAD MRS £ H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upot U e charicter. standing, or repu utton ul a ay person, firm. r corporation wrnch may appear in the iolumiis of this newspaper will be gladly <">rrected upon being brougnt to the attention of the publisher. SUBSCRIPTION Six Month. in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1.73 $3 00 $2.25 $4 00 v/ac K«I VMI u " Classifi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

Fidelis Class Has Fri. Supper Ruth Mayes Tannerys Elwood Jones Named Baptist r ± j iai-al Buried Monday >00K Editor WfWW WW lilt |t jviLLE—John Elwood Jones. NOTICE OF BONO ELECTION Robert E. Wilson Father of Local RIDGECREST. X. C.—A junior ;t Mary hardin Baylor College, Belton, Tes., has been elected editor of the staff annual. The Cakira. for the 525-member sum- mer staff of Ridgercrest Baptist Assembly, where nearly 50,000 The Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church en- joyed a covered dish supper at Firemen's Inn, Friday night, June 26th at 7:30 p.m. Mrs Houston White, president of the class, wel- comed the guests. Mrs Lee Powers ¡ then gave the devotional entitled Southern Baptists gather each "Love," quoting a number of Bible summer for spiritual conferences, scriptures. Miss Ruth Mayes, of Rusk, Tex., Games were enjoyed as *he a history major, was chosen in a evening's recreation. recent staff election. Her interests Attending were Mr. and Mrs itle in Sunda>...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

If SV5 , A Family Tlbaft Pray RUSK CHURCHES SEVENTH-OAY ADVENT 1ST SERVICES SATURDAY T m Carter, Pasfor In New Buildin* on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 am. Worrfwp Service 11:00 Wed. Night Service 7 30 Bible Le.vi.ons illustrated with colored slides. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor RKv J A CROTIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Maydelle Geo W Pierce, Pastor 10:00 A M Sunday School — Carl Durretl. «upí-rintendent 11 00 A M Message by the pas- tor 6 30 P M Training Service — Bob Jennings, president CHEROKEE (Missionary) BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Rev. Charles Jame Evening ran Wednesday ••age pray«i W..MC Friday — Morning Worship Sunday C. A Service — 7 Evening Worship Sunday 2 p m 11 ra p rn . Lindas 7.30 p ra FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni H Webb. Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 11:00 am. Training Union, 6 30 p m. Evening Worship, T,30 p m. V,u'h Fellowship. 6.30 prn Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 15 Choir Practice f* 00 p rn CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Way...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

Attend Church off Your Choic undaj JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES re just isn't any better :o describe this healthy, radiant girl than whole- And there just isn't any uality which will take the f this one in life, for it jasses both the physical ritual aspects. A good life vholeness; it needs to be id clean and honest. The to be really open and vith self and others begins hen one becomes honest in with God. Christianity lis becoming honest with >rgiveness. Out of for- ; comes new life and new lities, new assurance of orth. Go to your church ;k and hear again about jiving love of God which >asis for wholeness and meness. tmm II* - m aifW u aumBSBsmm msm wmmm, % twwm '/¿&\ &%£■>>>/. WM- irV 3ft* t -y--:y I * X W; m" '"'"J :- vv > fW The Church It God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or societ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE « JULY !. m« Jacksonville National Guard Has Quota Of 5 New Men J'VILLE—Cap? Thurman E. Gib- for thf first tim<« muit Jacksonville Hospitals Pledgers Enjoy Trip Thus Far Time Is Important In A Contract MEMORIAL son. commanding oifirrr of Com pan> B" 2nd Armored Rifle Ba! Uhon, 144th Infantry, received word today to disregard all strength ce lin«* previously in ef feet, and enlist all men wanting to join the Texas Army National Guard from now until June 30 This Announcement comes fol- spend six months in active duty for training after enlistment. This must be commenced within 120 days unless a young man i* await ing finishing high school It is possible for a young man to spend si* months active duty and three and one half years male ing weekly meeting* compared with spending 24 months in the NAN TRAVIS J urn 24 Admitted Nearline Robert , Jacksonville. Mrs A Bullard. Ben Wheeler, Mrs J D Mustek, Athens; Mrs Robert Crossman. city, Guy .Volley, city, Ola Thom- ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

9 5-Y ear-O Id Youngster Reads Without Glasses Rusk Cherokee Baptist Church Homecoming The Third annual homecoming will be held at the Cherokee Bap- tist Church Sunday. In addition to Sunday morning services, there will be afternoon services with two guest speakers. The regular services will begin: at 9:45 with Sunday School. Cher-' okee Baptist Pastor, Rev. Charlie S. James, will bring the Sunday! morning message. Lunch will be served at the church during the noon hour. Afternoon services will begin at 1:30 with singing, followed by a message at 2 by Bro. C. D. Walker, pastor of the Mt. Selman Baptist Church. Bro. Harold Brunson, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Jack- sonville, will speak at 2:30, Rev. James said all former pas- tors and members are invited and urged to attend the homecoming of the church. 0 RUSK VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Victor Manning of Austin were weekend guests of parents Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Man- ning and grandmother Mrs. Sam Manning. Summerfield Plans Memoria...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 July 1959

PACE I THE CHEROKEEAN JULY J. If COUNTY FARM NEWS Clothing Workshop blema outlined by our beef cattle f EXTENSION AGENT'S WfEKLY Ann Shellhammer — 11 5M2 00 Jacksonville KTIA3— Ruik — Irene P Odom Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — committee in Cherokee County, Gerald R Chandler Participate In Oregon Rose Festival PORTLAND, Oreg. (YHTNC) — Guard ship and six Royal Canadian I Jack E Dudley, seaman, USN, con Navy frigates. In addition te parti- 2 -Mr and Mrs Jack J Dudley of d . ¡fl Route 1, Jacksonville, Te*.. serv- .. . ing aboard the heavy cruiser USS sa s ute<* tJie opening of the Helena, and Oregon Centennial. Gerald Berry, Jr., seaman, USN, Leading the parade of First; CALENDAR SCHEDULE Monday. Jvrw —12:25-12.30 Ttuntsvillr. Texas—Forestry School Tuesday, Ju«*« 30 Trinidad — Leadership Lab HunUviUe. Texas—Forestry ftchoo! Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Trinidad — Leadership Lab Everyone Knows That It's Good Business ... to finonce your new car at low bank interest rates. For prompt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

Town tyiuA fáoundaftaut COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« newsgatharlng facilities of RuA and Jackson vi 1le agencies in tho most complot# local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18X7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area * Mm e 10c per Copy HOPE TO SEE BILL SHATTUCK back at his stand (Rusk Motor Sales) soon . . . Roundabout under- stands he is recovering from sur-j gery at Nan Travis Hospital, and expects to be released pretty soon. Bill's wife was in the hospital first, and Bill, not to bo out-done said "move over." And as the story usually goes, she is up now, taking care of him . . . MET WALTER ROSS Tuesday .. . not "the" Mr. Ross, who founded Beta Sigma Phi, and made a mint ... this was Joe Ross's brother from New York, and a real nice fellow, too. The two Rosses and their bet- ter halves have recently returned from a two week vacation, extend- ing all the way to Yellowstone ... Hard t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

by Mr . Gallatin News A. O. Muniinjtr Conveatkw in Galveston tut w«k Mr Earl Holt visited Mr and Mrs Jerald Jone last week Mr and Mr* FeJston Grime vutted Mr and Mr* J B. Grimes over the weekend Our Community was uddened Mr. Rufu* Jone* entertained last w«k over the passing of her Sunday School Clams with a one of our mo#t beloved friends part> at her home Sunday Mr* Mrs Irene Fling, we extend our Jones teaches the card class deepest sympathy to the loved Mr< Margaret* Fulton of Pales ones left behind tine visited Mr and Mrs G. H Mrs. Ella Evans visited Mr and McKnight last week Mr M A- Levis in Jacksonville Norm Johnson from Pasadena a few day s last week visited bis parents Mr and Mrs A 2 C and Mrs Kenneth Garner J C Johnson over the weekend, and Georgia visited Mrs. Hesser Mr and Mr*. Alvin Underwood and Mrs Evans and other relatives Houston viaited Rev and Mrs. over the 4th Holidays Dewey Jones last weekend Mrs Hcsser and Mrs Evans Mr and Mrs Hollis Able and visited Mrs Al...

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