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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 12, 1961 PAGE THREE Dowdy Elected Chairman Of TexasSolons FROM JOHN DOWDY It was my hiRh honor to be elect- ed Chairman of the Texas Delega- tion as the 87lh Congress conven- ed last Tuesday. I feel that Texas has the finest delegation in the United States Congress. As you probably know we have two sen- ators and 22 representatives, as well as the vice-president. On Wednesday, as Chairman of the Legislative Committee for the Churchmen's Commission for De- cent Publications, I attended the directors meeting to plan the next annual meeting to be held in April. This Commission's purpose is ex- plained fully in its title. I was Rusk Men Get BO Yr. Awards For Hwy. Work Charlie Clifton and Frank Ste-1 wart were awarded certificates and j buttons for 30 years service with] the State Highway Department Thursday, January 5th. Both men received recognition from W. W. Potter, District En- gineer in the Tyler offices. Ap- preciation from D. C. Greer, head of the state dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR JANUARY 12, 1961 Kiwanians Observe January Anniversary Tomato, Pepper Seedlings Need Warm Soil To Emerge Fertilizer Tests Henry-Gilliam Betrothal Show Good Result Is Announced This Week the Husk Kiwanis Club was Church held at noon Tuesday. Janu.-iry 10, «iwanians attended church at the Texas Cafe, with president Finis Stovall presiding. Key Club boys present were Dan Cook and Wayne Spears Visitors were Raymond West, J. II. Rounsaville and Joe Tuck, all ional will he 4'i years old The Sunday. speaker stated that there are now Tom Sartain, program chairman, 4500 clubs in the United States & S. JP Question (Continued from Page 1) for Kiwanis, Mr (Joher made his represented by the talk on the achievements of Kiwan gram, which values cannot !><• is through the years lie pointed to measured by any material yard Dr. P. A. Young as 1 have built and used them, and have seen many others I saw one The regular weekly meeting of of Jacksonville .wa> "r>:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

:d r- ;t- or •r. ay ii. -30 at 30 re- :ed yd- ••30 REMEMBER. THE. STORE • ■ REMEMBER THE ADDRESS - REMEMBER THE .DATES m. Throw Pillows 2 groups 1.19 & 1.59 Starts Tomorrow 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs Were $7.95 4.80 CLOSING OUT ALL SURPLUS FURNITURE * BUY ON LONG, EASY TERMS 1^ liffWHIfTB! FURNITURE CO. Rusk, Texas busters y GENUINE SAVINGS •unI 1 XT/'A,■ ETEBT KRTICLE M"BKED "III 1«I« l-W Á plain sale price figures. _■■■ oll RESERVED! TO THIS WELL-KNOWN FAMOUS STORE IS FORCED TO SELL! 50 door eusrERs 7 Off Viscose & rayon pile Throw Rugs reg. $3.50-27x48 1.98 'OPEN AÑ EASY BUDGET ACCOUNT ' °n,]L Spra9ue-Carletor Sofa Bed 109.00 (regular $139.95) We Are Compelled to Sacrifice Our Entire Stock At Genuine Losses n •'•W.• \ . ,/L • . -, . /> . r .. • _ ' '' • •' . «•it. ' ]r ' This' Is a Bona-Fide Sale the Like Of Which You Never Saw Before! l,MIT SALE SENSATION! ™ special Regular $119.95, 5 pc. DROP LEAF Dining Table and Chairs 64.00 Mahogany finish Kelvinator Automatic Washer Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

mm u Á W Flying Jib Breaded Fantail SHRIMP 10 oí. Pkg. 39 Simple Simon FRUIT PIES 39 Burgess Ready To Cook FRYER PARTS BREAST ..... 69( BACK & NECKS . .. 29f Get more—spend less! Shop the really big food values in store for you at BROOKSHIRE BROS. Not just a few advertised "specials", but a storeful of low prices that make small- er food bills a sure thing! Yes—more low prices just naturally add up to more cash savings in every big cartful of your favorile foods when you fill all your needs at BROOKSHIRE BROS.—everybody's supersaver market. BLACKBURN'S SPECIAL m SYRUP No. 5 m,dm%& WHOLE KERNEL NIBLETS CORN 2 cans 37? GREEN GIANT TENDER PEAS 2 N 303 cans 39? GREEN GIANT MEXI — CORN 2 cans 39? ALCOA WRAP <. roll 33? FACIAL TISSUE SCOTTIES 2B,.,MO 29? WALDORF BATHROOM TISSUE 4 „ Pack 35? SCOT TOWELS Roll 19? HEMET WHOLE SPICED PEACHES 4 Large No. 2\ Cans MRS. TUCKER'S saveifi* L [19* UFE UNÍ TOOTHBRUSH 31 <1 STRIPE TOOTHPASTE >l.?0 VAIUE LIQUID TREND 2 12 oí. Pkgs. NEW...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

•*. t-\: Average life .of a milk bottle is 34 deliveries. HEMS RUSK, TEXAS OPEN DAILY 1:00 P. M. SATURDAY ONLY JANUARY 14 Betrothal Announced Miss Lloyd's Parents By what Rusk Folks FEATURE NO. 1 FEATURE No. 2 3 van johnson Í1 COLOR CARTOON — "FIELD AND SCREAM" PREVUE SATURDAY 11:15 SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 15 & 16 NOTHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE IN MOTION PICTURESI COLUMBIA PICTURES .,KEHN MATHEWS JO MORROW-JUNE THORBURN COLOR CARTOON — "DIXIE FRYER" — NEWS TUESDAY AND* WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 & 18 DAVID AND BATHSHEBA Gregory PECK-Susan HAYWAR0 cocoa ery TECHNICOLOR. COLOR CARTOON — "HEARTS AND GLOWERS" THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 & 20 THE NEW HIGH AND MIGHTY ' ADVENTURE THRILLER! TECHNICOLOR* & iv,- ARE DOING Killion-Rice Vows Pledged January 6th , -the JANUARY 12, 1961 CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN Participates In Exercise Mr. ;uid Mrs. J. F. Murdoch and 1 Mrs. Marvin Troublefield had as guests during the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Murdoch, Clarence Murdom and Benn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN FMt itOKT JANUARY It mi WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr. 3nd Mrs. Charles Kerr were Dallas business visitors Monday. Mrs. Vcrdie Ma© Banks spent the weekend at Bryan visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Kent Miller. Their son, Ken- ney accompanied his grandmother home. T. A. Sherman is seriously ill in Nan Travis Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A E. (Blondie) El- liott had as guesst last week Mr. and Mrs. Butch Colbert of Hobbs, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Banks visit- ed their son Bobby in Tyler hosp- ital Sunday, and report he was feeling fine and went for a nice ride with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bock, Fidelia and Roy, and Mr. and Mrs Thomas Beck and baby visited their daugh ter and sister, Mrs. Billy Moore- hcad and Mr. Moorehead and chil- dren at Shreveport, Txmisiana Sun day. Night Circle Meets With Mrs. Vaughn The Night Circle of First Baptist Church met Monday, January Oth at the home of Mrs Mona L e e Vaughn with Mrs. Eva I*e Sartain as co-hostess. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

The Cherokeean JANUARY 12, 1961 • Cherokee County Section • + general news * classifieds * editorials Ja- Alto Methodists Planning Occupancy Of New Building About February 1 M embers of the Methodist distinguished by simplicity and the I forts to build the striking new interior view of sanctuary austin highlights Citizens Protest School-Church Ties Precious papers and all your valuables are safe with us! Wills, tax records insurance pol- icies, family heirlooms . . . these and other valuables de- serve protection. Our modern vault keeps them safe from fire, theft, loss. * * * A Safe Deposit Box here is yours at a very low cost . . . just pen- nies a day. See us for full de- tails. No Obligation. By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN—A group of Bremond citizens is appealing to the State Board of Education in protest of what it regards as a violation of church-state separation. Bremond School District leases a Catholic Church-owned school ¡ building or use as a public elem- e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

State Gives Flagmen New Safety Vests AUSTIN—The Texas Highway' Ppf/artment today announcer! a highway safety measure designed to protect the motorist by making him see red—literally. The Department said it will rr quire flagmen directing traffic at highway construction and main tenance projects to wear bright red vests and to use a flag of the same color. The men in the red vests will begin appearing on Texas highway by mid-February, when Highway Department employees working on maintenance jobs will don t h c eye-catching apparel. Made from fluorescent red nylon, the new vests are designed to make flag men more easily visible and recog nizable to motorists both day and night. At night the vests and flags will be supplemented by flares. Red flags have been used by flagmen in the past but the flu oresccnt color and the vests are new requirements, made "to in- sure added safety and convenience for the public in the movement of traffic to and through highway construction and maintenance...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

Jacksonville & Area Churches CAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOO James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. MornLig Worship—11 A.M. Gvening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington StrMt Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Bunday School—9:45 A.M. Mornivig Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—M5 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. 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. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday 9ervice—7:30 P.M. 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 Prac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

ERRORS IN OCCUPATION BOYCE HOUSE SAYS: FIRST I The Cherokeean US Jap Policy Aids Reds Ñ0Í!!Lyke SrKSr ' * t lj :..4 nnntoH "T.nHv r*f thí> T./tli PAGE FOUR RUSK, TEXAS JANUARY 12, 1961 * EDITORIALS * Miniature Mandates Annoy Prophets Clairvoyance is a virtue liini «.id to tluw partisans whose political party is in office. Some of lhe qualities of a seer beifin to man- ifest themselves even h fore inauguration of the paraxon. Vou might say these are privileges of office, along with the right to j>urge from high places those erstwhile disciples who tailed to pi-ogress with th • new party line. The partisans and the leaders together are abl to prophesy because all along they had foretold their party's victory. The pro- phesy r;eed no1 be a companied by signs and wonders, the only premise needed b ímk the "mandate" of the masses. V t, it wouldn't be overzealous on the part of ordinary folk !o keep a look-out on things as they go along. Dreaim.s often turn into fiightmares. A man l...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

FIRST FULL YEAR Foundation Lists Prospects For '60 The Jacksonville Industrial Foundation, beginning its first full calendar year as an organized and financed unit, lists about ten activo industrial prospects in its files, and 011 it lies a ereat portion of the hopes of the city for growth in the Sixties. It is a new experience in local industrialization efforts, and it will probably speak louder than any STREET BEAT O '.ley Childs, just back from a week in Las Vegas did come back with his shirt .... Rumors from Jacksonville Iligh Scnool are that an entry blank for the East Texas Ciolden Gloves Tournament has been filled out in the name of James Everett, professor in The English Department. We wonder what history teacher was involved in filling in the application . . , You have heard the story about the man dying from a dog bite. We have a new version. While Joe Wright Principal Jimmy San- l'ord was taking the school census last week he was bitten by a dog, and two days later the do...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville * CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE New Year's Inventory Reduction Sale NEW & USEDCARS You Will Get The " Trade Of Yen r Life" SEE LEEMAN ISAACS Your dollar goes further when you trade with the man that sells on a small profit. RUSK MOTOR SALES "Your Ford Dealer" | with tiller tool, disk, 2 rakes, dust- ' er, planter, breaking plow. See ' Henry Norman In Alto or call MU 13-2892 in Rusk. tfc-43 FOR SALE: Two Karmail Tractors One 1-row, one 2^row. Both with disc, mower and equipment Priced right J. C. Williams, Phono MU >4444, Rusk. 4-t-c-36 2e Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SAI Jv Wood, any length. Ph. SH 3-2103. Jame# Russell. tic-16 POR SAI JO'. Oak Fireplace wood. Delivered $20 cord. Will cut your woods $10 cord, no haul. J. W, Allison, Rask, 3l/¿ miles SW Gal- latin, Rl. 2 tfc-25 12 acres cultivatable land, Good well. Spring, minerals, school bus route, one mile south of Gallatin. SI500. J H. Moody,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

DUKE PHILLIP STORY Mrs. Dial Reviews Book For Utile Dulce Meet Mrs. J. D. Bearden Honors Sue Heidelberg With Tea THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 12, 1961 PAGE THREE Mrs. Walker Gives Demonstraren 'o lJ.0 Club Members Members of the East Jacksonville Miss Sue Heidelberg, bride-elect vice with Mrs. Jake Hunt presiding "",m Demonstration C lub enjoy- The Utile Dulce Study Club met but ability that won him the prized , u.¡n¡„_ o.o„i„., of William Stanley Marshall, was at the Drides book Tuesday, January 3, in the home of best cadet of the year at the ¡ honored with a tea Saturday, Jan-1 Hostesses were Mrs Ferrell Har uary 7. in the home oí Mrs. J. D-' ris> ^ Sam Itix, Mrs.' MurWoweü! of Mrs. J. E. Brown on Myrtle Rojal Naval College, me British Drive with Mrs. Leo Conwell as co- Annapolis. Philip's war service in hostess. After a short business the Mediterranean and the Pacific, first as a midshipman, then as a meeting, Mrs. Charles Dial review- second jn command of a destroyer, ed the book "...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR Typewriter ribbons are, on the average, 25 feet long. PALACE Jacksonville, Texas Thursday — Friday January 12 & 13 ~ & \ ofTHE ' SloRrt ©oiiiirfi£r y Onem 5cop£ COLOR by DC LUXE —Saturday Only— John Wayne In "ALLEGHENY UPRISING" — Also— "VALLEY OF THE RED WOOOS" ■ Big Sat. Preview I Days Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. HE HAD TO HURT SOMEONE HE LOVED! PRESLEY STAR IMUII EDEN } irtu FORREST ^ 001OIU J KI RIO JANUARY 12, 1961 E. J. Wolf Buried At Earls Chapel Funeral services for Elbert .Jef- ferson Wolf, (if), local resident, were conducted Wednesday, Jan- uary 11, in the Holmes Bros. Fun- eral Home Chapel at 2:00 I'. M with the Rev. Mollis Klarity of- ficiating. Burial was in Earl's Chapel Cemetery. Mr Wolf died at 1 56 A. M Tuesday, January 10, in a local hospital. He was a member of the St. John's Methodist Church, a retired farmer, and had Ixx'n a resident of Jacksonville for the past 32 years. Pallbearers were Willie I'atton, John Terry, Alix Rollnson, S...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

lal bd lile pr- bst Homemakers Benefit From Big Onion Crop ced onions. Add sprinkling of cay- Cut four pooled onions into slices and separate into THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 12, 1961 PAGE FIVE TEA HONORS BRIDE-ELECT-Mrs. J. D. Bearden honored Miss Sue Heidelberg with a tea shower, Saturday afternoon. (Left to right) are Mrs. Bill Lang, hostess, Mrs. C. R. Hevdlelbcrg, mother of the bride-elect, Miss Heidelberg, and Mrs. Bearden. Mrs. Masters Hostess For Turney Demonstration Club Mrs. Cobum Masters was hostess Mrs. C. S. Ousley. She gave the Supreme Court Considers Gas Dispute Cases GAS DISPUTE Texas Supreme Court is consid' ering three related cases involving whether a certain gas drilling pro- for the Turney Home Demonstra- opening prayer which was follow- tion Club January 6 at 2:00 P. M. ed by group singing of the theme The Club meeting was called i song. to order by Mrs. Grace Francis Roll call was answered by each cess steps on neighboring property in the absence of the president, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX JANUARY 12, 1961 Husbands Guests For Auxiliary Luncheon Mary B. Milton Indies auxiliary to the Brotherhood of [tailroad Trainmen had their annual lunch «■on Wednesday, January 4, at Sari ler's wilh husbands as invited guests. Following lunch a business meet ing and installation of new of- ficers was held iri the home of Mrs. Bertie Sutton, 721 Brown Street. Installed wen; Mrs Frances Mc M'ihon, president; Mrs Dorothy I'attcrion, vice-president, Mrs Bertie Sutton past president; Mrs Mollie Baumgardner. secretary treasurer; Mrs Myrtle Gardner, warden; Mrs lona Trinkle, chap- lain; Mrs Myrtle Bass, conduct res-.; Mrs U'ona Brown, inner- guard; Mrs Dorothy llendrick, out- er guard, Mrs Dorothy Abbott, re porter Attending were Mrs Sutton, I Mrs. McMahon, Mr Patterson, Mr (.atlis (.'opeland, Mrs Mertle iardner, Mrs Abbott, Mrs Bass, Mrs l.e'.ria Brown, Mrs. Trinkle and Mrs Mollie Bauingardner. Mrs McMahon, the new presi- dent, will S'-rve as hostess for the Februar...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

on in lod." I cool ains. I The In ri Iwith puisi- |Mcx lends cross buree It the Ids of Icxas. 800 is a reek; roll- evees show- Bra- prern- blot, the Bearcats Win Over Wharton Lon Morris College Bearcats out- Thursday night for a 83-68 victory, hustled a towering Wharton Coun- Weldon lligginbotham with 30 ty Junior College quintet here points and Jim Bob Smith with 21 y / // f / / > /1. '■ /' / '. '■¿¿uiL '■ C^fPA,NT NOW' • il- - ¿ WITH FAMOUS GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTING PROTECTION ...NEW HOME BEAUTY ONLY $6.00 500 OUTSIDI WMltf ■ttDUftJUTC* Niii nunv Don't let the rmrtgt* at weather rot and deteriorate your bom*—cauM eoftly repair*—depredate your investment I Right now if the time to get the new home look—new paint protection oí famoui Gliddcn Endurance Houie Paint Its tough elastic surface gives your home top weather protection —ail summer—all winter long. Exclusive Glidden formula reduces unsighüy checking and cracking. Extra hard gloss surface sheds dirt—keeps your p...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

F AG€ EIGHT THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 12, 1961 WORKING WOMAN OF THE WEEK Association For Retarded Children Elects Officers WOMEN in the professions Central Baptist Circles The Central Baptist Women's Missionary Union will hold Mission Study, January 18 17. LOCKARD CIRCLE The Lockard Circle will meet at 'i:00 P. M. Monday, afternoon, Jan- Eldest Citizen Succumbs Mrs Sara Elizabeth Hamilton, 99, of 101 IX'veretix St. died a- bout 1:00 A. M. Wednesday, Jan- uary 4 Funeral services were conduct- ed at 4:00 P. M. Thursday, January 5, in the Gragard-SpraWiins-Swof- ford Chapel with the Kev T. U. Taylor and Rev. James Garrett of- ficiating. Burial was in the Karl's Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Hamilton was probably Jacksonville's oldest citizen. She would have been 100 years old February 14. She was a member of the Methodist Church Pallbearers were J W Carnes, Thomas Cocke, Oscar Smith, M. Í). Grimes, W M. (¡rimes and l(. W. Kirkpatrick. Survivors include one daughter- in-law, Mrs. C. B. Hamilton of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

p'rl°n1,U StTVicc * fc*iCa P 0 Box 8060 'Hound . . . Town With itoundaOaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering 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, 18\7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area to- per Copy UNDERSTAND the Democrats lust couldn't stand using the same sidewalks trod by Republicans . • . so thafs the reason for the wreck- age in front of the locel Post Of- fice . . . anyway thafs the "joke" making the rounds. VOLUME 113 16 PAGES JANUARY 19, 1961 THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 31 AND SPEAKING OF POST OF- FICE, should you happen to ask Postmaster Fred Lunsford If he can change a tire, most likely you'd get referred to Chamber Manager Jud Perkins. Together they managed to fix • Hat last Friday around the midnight hour in the Neches River bottom. P. M. Lunsford and his better-half, and Jud, were returning from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JANUARY 19. 1WI EAGLES ECHO ECHO STAFF EAGLES EMitor in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, Sponsor 1960 1961 Matlock and Jimmey Ramey and \ Judy Banks were seen in the movie Monday night. Mrs I>>e gave Jimmy I<oe and Susan Miller a double surprise birthday supper December 23 Richard Butler and Betty Jo Tosh. Diann Banks and Phillip Power, and Judy Banks and Jimmey Rain «y wero there They all reported a mt' tune and a sucll sup[>er! Jams Junes went to Colorado over the holidays and reported a very nice time. Hurley Kinsel went with Johnet- te Mikelastic over the holidays. Congratulations to Glenda Mc- Elroy for being elected Ihe most beautiful Kitl in Rusk High School by the 5th Division of the U. S S Providence of the U S. Navy' - 0 Sonja Wilcox, Brent WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU Linda Walsan Mary Maitland Judy Banks...

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