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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

Credit Union Meet Set In Rusk Honored On Money Talksl Your health is our first consideration We work hand in hand with your doctor in safeguarding your health. We fill his pres- criptions with professional pre- cision. Cartlidge Drug Store Members of the East Texas Pos-1 ninth annual meeting at the RUSK tal Credit Union will hold their HOTEL, Rusk. Texas, at 7:00 p.m. ; January 21, it wa^ announced to- day by James F Baker, president of the Credit Union. Baker said lie expected an attendance of about 75 members and friends. Salur day's meeting will feature a talk by Ted McGohee, Director of In- ternal Audit and Investments of the Texas Credit Union League of Dallas. Members will elect nine Direc- tors and three Supervisory Com- mitteemen and transact other routine business. This meeting will mark t h e climax of a good year for the Credit Union, the President in- dicated. The treasurer, Vaughan T. Ward, announced that earnings for the year would permit paying a dividend oí 5V4 perce...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR JANUARY 19, 1961 Glenn of Alto, which will be heard before a jury, may not come up before April. . one of the hois who exclaimed District Attorney's state- Young Trio Continued from Page 1 The inents said that Herring had sign- "amen", when Judge Summers told them that if they had attend- ed the name of L. E. Green to a wj church regularly, they wouldn't S20 check which he presented to be before the court on a felony the Modern Laundry in J'ville. charge Green's affidavit that he did not At the conclusion of the expían mJike the check and Herring's ation, the father expressed his statement admitting forgery were thanks "to all who had anything introduced. to do with this case" for the con Brown recommended a five year sideration shown his boy and the prison term. "And reluctantly 1 other two. recommend probation," he added. KA\ MONI) HKKRLN'G The court passed identical sen- Next to come for trial was 4fi tence year-old Raymond Herring, in FRANK FOSTER -O die...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

M. L. Cummins Buried Sat. Funeral services were held Sat- in the Sardis Cemetery. urday at 1:30 p.m. in the Wallace He was born December 8, 1883 Funeral Home Chapel for Moses in Mississippi, moving to Texas at I,ce Cummins of Route 2, Rusk. The an early age. He had Rusk his home 78 year old man died early Friday since 1916. He was a member of morning at his home, following sev- the I-one Oak Baptist Church and eral months of ill health. | during his active life, farmed. Rev. J. M. Schwitter officiated Survivors include his wife, Mrs. at the final rites and burial was M. L. Cummins; four sons, Willie _ _ ¡ of Rusk, K/.ra of Memphis, Tenn., Joe and Elmer of Pasadena; three daughters, Mrs. Vassie Jenkins of lacksonville Mrs. Rosa Berry and Mrs. Velma Arnwine, both of Rusk; two brothers, Mitchell Cum- mins of Memphis, Tenn., and Scott Graveside rites will be heldj cummins of Winnsboro, Louis- Thursday at 10 a.m. for the infant ¡ana; one sister, Mrs. Nancy Wood son of Captain and Mrs. Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

" <$í . # ,•• •'.; ,■< LtBBY'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE LIBBY'S CUT STRINGLESS GREEN No. 1 can 1.00 Specials For LIBBY'S GARDEN Thur*., Frl., A Sat. Jan. 19, 20 & 21 All Quantity Rights Reserved BEANS 5 LIBBY'S WHOLE PEELED TOMATOES 5 LIBBY'S GREEN LIMA BEANS LIBBY'S WHOLE STRINGLESS BEANS 4 No. 303 cans No. 303 cans No. 303 cans No. 303 cans Sweet Peas 6 "THE PREMIUM SHORTENING" Snowdrift NO. 303 CANS 3 LB. CAN LIBBY'S Pineapple Juice 4 LARGE 46 OZ. CANS $100 59- $|00 LIBBY'S SWEET PICKLES 3 Pint Jars 1 .00 LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF HASH 3 15'/, cans 1.00 OLEO Lb. ctn. IWEADOLAKE 21c LIBBY'S SPAGHETTI AND MEAT BALLS 4 'ar s|00 LIBBY'S SPANISH RICE 6 - TOMOtO catchup LIBBY'S GOLDEN CREAM STYLE CORN SWIFT'S PURE DELICIOUS ICE CREAM 6 <°3 $1 00 FROZEN FOODS TENNESSEE CUT GREEN \ gal. sq. ctn. 5 BEANS BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES 3 ™ss 89' TENNESSEE CHOPPED BROCGOLI2 TENNESSEE BRUSSEL SPROUTS 9 OZ. PKG. TENNESSEE CUT 19 10 oz. pkgs. 8 oz. pkg. LIBBY'S VIENNA 35< OKRfi 2 TENNESSEE CHC 23...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

SAYS P-TA SPEAKER Healthy Conscience Is Basis For Good Morals "Moral behavior what is it" was the question posed by Dr. Carl Case at Thursday night's P-TA meeting in the Rusk Junior High Cafetorium. The speaker's talk was preced ed by a film entitled "The Begin- ning of Conscience." He said that moral behavior is a matter of growth from birth—- the image of God that is within us is our potential. Dr. Case cited a number of statistics recently released by FBI director, J. Edgar Hoover. Among them were these: Crime was up by 9rr . . . 50% of all crimes were committed by youths . . . juvenile delinquency has risen in the last decade four times faster than population. "Our values and standards are yardsticks for measuring good moral behavior," said Dr. Case. "Today, more than ever, is it necessary that our young people be aided in developing a healthy conscience, the foundation for good moral behavior." He cited four points for con- sideration—in the home, church and school—that adults ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY t, 1MI PAGC SIGHT what Rusk Folks are doing Angela Dickey of S. H. State Col- lege, Huntsvillc spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Edwin Dickey. Mr and Mrs. M. R. Philbrick, Cinda and Kelley spent the week end ai Kemp with Mrs. Philbrick's parents, Mr and Mrs Grover Shaw. They also attended the wedding of a friend at Gainesville Saturday nipht The many friends here of Mrs. Carey Williams who suffered a stroke January 1st while visiting her mother, Mrs. Leber Beall in the Salem Community is reported improving satisfactorily at hei homo in Houston. Mrs. J C. Owen Sr of Palestine and .1 C Owens Jr. and son, Clif- ton of Hyatsville.Md. were guests. Roundabout (Continued from Page 1) THAT MIRACLE MAGIC called money mostly does the disappear- ing act, but wonder of wonders, we have some we can't get rid of . . . i# you have lost MONEY (long green) in the Rusk vicinity during the past 7 days, kindly call the Cherokeean and identify . . . otherwise w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

\n. \r nter- nuary ridge John oma. with Mrs. hon- The Cherokeean JANUARY 19, 1961 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS ■. </ • • . • ..-V:v / • 4Mm* «<j{ %&É3mwt Two Alto Couples, Representing 100 Years Of Married Life, To Celebrate Two of Alto's senior couples will be marking their fiftieth year of married life in the next few days. Only a little more than a week separates the Golden Wed- ding Anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. (Samp) Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, who were married at Jones Chapel and still live there, will observe their an- niversary first, on Jan. 22. It will be a Sunday afternoon open house affair from 2-5 at the home of one MR. AND MRS. LUTHER McCULLOUGH —~ Wrong Wm$Y*k H'vi#?-'- : i; ?>'•*•' >'* ■ w l'*-' . Right ÉÜV'kí ' .c ' V ■' - ' ■ Í ■A'i iU The wrong way (top) and the right way (lower) to mark Texas boats with registration numbers is pointed out by Hob Townsley, Dir- ec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

Law Gives Choice In Organization BUSINESS ORGANIZATION The law allows a business a wide choice of ways to set itself up, to finance and nianafie itself. You may have sole ownerships, partnerships, joint ventures, corp- orations; and within these class- es you have many different forms. To meet modern business condit- ions, to get full tax advantage, and to protect investors, for example, the law provides many ways for a company to finance itself And these, in turn, influence the kind of management it can have, and the way it conducts its affairs. We sometimes speak of "stocks and bonds," for example, as if they were one and the same But when you buy a share of stock in a company, you "own" an "undivided" part of everything it owns, but no particular piece of its property. But what do you have when you buy a corporation's bond or de- benture? You own nothing of the company. Instead you are lending money which it promises to pay back with interest when your bond "matures " Unlike a st...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

Jacksonville & Area Churches CHEROKEE THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 19, 1961 PAGE THREE EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Bvcning Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday 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 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. jy_°1rshlp^"„1„1 A?1 Wednesday Service—8 P.M. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Auttin Street Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor 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 morning Bible Class 9:45 Mornir.g Worship-11 A.M. Sunday mor...

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

The Cherokeean UJOODI MY lAlSf PAGE FOUR RUSK, TEr_AS JANUARY 19, 1M1 + E DITORI ALS * Solons Haggle Own Propriety OR SO IT WOULD SEEM County Stands Off Red Threat While doodling with some figures issued through the local draft board, this department followed through and came up with the remarkable, if some- what spurious, conclusion that Cherokee County is the Sparta of the modern world. Moreover, it ought to be saluted by all free peo- ples of the world for its vast and disproportionate share in defense of democracy against the military colossus of the communist camp. The department began with the fact that seven of the 276 Texas men to be drafted in February will be from Cherokee County. This figures out that l/40th of the draftees will come from 1/30 xh of the state's population. Or put another way Cherokee County has one military conscript for every 4,571 men, women and children The state ratio is one to 34,700. According to the state ratio, we ought not to have to send off a s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

J The Cherokeean JANUARY 19, mi Cherokee County Section + GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Kilgore Nips Indians 61-52 In District Game A low scoring third quarter kept j Kilgore Bulldogs in a 61-52 duel the Jacksonville High School Ind- here Friday night. The Indians ians from upsetting the favored j led 31-30 at half time but were able ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! MR. HOMF OWNER...bt PROTECTED! '¿VírnQ* 'NOW ' U/mj'cAU/MI Glidíte WITH FAMOUS GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTING PROTECTION ...NEW HOME BEAUTY ONLY $6.00 Don't let to rsrsgta of < and deterisrsts your hi costly repair*—depreciate your investment! Right now la the time ta get the new home leak—new paint protection at famous Glidden Endurance Heuae Paint. Its tough elastic lurface give* your home top weather protection —ail lummer—alt winter long. Exclusive Gliddea formula reduce* unsightly cheeking and cracking. Extra hard gloa lurface thedi dirt—keep* your paint job l^klng fresh much longer. Don't risk ocutly deteri...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JANUARY 19, 1W1 Looking Back Donations to the 'New March of Dimes' Will Help Prevent Crippling Diseases 20 YEARS AGO From The Jacksonville Journal January 17, 1941 Work on Jacksonville's new pub- lic library building began Thurs day morning, January 16. Marion Seymour was re-elected president of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce for another year at the directors' meeting at the Liberty Hotel Friday morning. $95,509 31 in federal funds is being paid to Cherokee County farmers this week as the first part of the 1940 cotton payment which is delivered to producers who co- operated with the AAA program last year according to H. W. Walk- er county ACA chairman. Fire starting from an exploding gasoline stove caused damage and loss estimated at $20,000 to a port- ion of the Alto business district early last FYiday morning, level ing the major portion oí one block before firemen could control it. Jacksonville Kiwanis Club presi dent, Frank Holme*, appoints members ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

J In Ibldg. : 87 :rs llNG •taf >ÍPM I Werfcs 2X31 ( maid OR ITMENT 4262 8114 Perez And Gillespie Exchange Vows Dec. Quarterly District Meet 31 Of County's WMA Held The marriage of Miss Angelita ister of the Bellaire Methodist' The First Baptist Church, Jack- Perez of Houston, Texas, and Mar- Church, performed the ceremony sonville, Texas, was the setting for vin Earnest Gillespie, formerly of in the presence of the couple's j the district quarterly meeting of Jacksonville, Tex., was solemnized immediate family and a number of the Cherokee County's Woman's at 7:30 P. M., Saturday, December friends. Missionary Auxiliary meeting, 31, 1960, in the Weiss Memorial I Wearing an oyster white pure Hous- silk suit trimmed with collar of Chapel, Methodist Hospital, ton, Texas. The Reverend Don Pevey, Min- DEPENDABLE PHARMACY SERVICE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did that last proscription item high priced? It may have been something new . . . not yet mass produced! Penicillin was very c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 January 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PUCE ... BUY • SELL - TRADE V f r<4 . > * f-: *//>'£$. i <iwm k-r>. • MWjiyXiy/ \aJ A -v ^ <•... ¿y CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk J. AUTOMOTIVE SAI.I PIKK MOTOR SALES IS STAGING A TREMENDOUS JANUARY PUSH • Tremendous Discounts • Save,save,save Hundreds of Dollars! Big Selection Of 1961 FORDS All Models and Colors WILD TRADES OFFERED ON USED CARS SEE LEEMAN ISAACS AT RUSK MOTOR SALES "Trade cars with a dealer who will settle for a small profit." SAFE TRANSPORTATION •t PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR ORAIimiOM USED SOT WITH LOTS OR USS L«CT. ALL OP OUR CARS NRRO A HOME! WOULD YOU FROVKM OMR? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET US. ROYAL TIRES Ml R. Rink Phone lift Jacksonville lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fin* UmnI Car* it Beryein Prlctt J. C. WILLIAMS Y w Ramear Dealer Rusk Id Auto Service When you need wrecker call J. a Williams, Rusk, MU 3-4444. One lrw, one 2-cew. Seth with 3 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

p'n'r "'i s JSo.v ''ce 4 6 -66 • Htjfg •or New Press Installation Heads Cherokeean Expansion Move The Cherokeean Thursday will install Cherokee County's most versatile and modern newspaper press which will in turn furnish the city and area with the latest style and size of newspaper. Morever, utilizing its two news presses, the Cherokeean will in- troduce optional two-color news- paper printing for the first time in the county's history. The local plant will be the most up-to-date of any in its classificat- ion in Texas and will be out in front of a great many other week- ly and daily publications in towns much larger than Rusk. The new press—a Model A Du- plex—is the newest of its type. Installation will begin Thursday in a specially-constructed press-room added at the rear of the Cherokee- an building. With the addition of the press, the Cherokeean will adopt a new size page consistent with the latest trends in publishing. Its columns will be slightly more narrow and the entire pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

3 star kist chunk alma fresh shelled blackeyed nabisco chocolate PINWHEELS your choice flavors HIC DRINKS wax paper CUT RITE :hef boyar-dee spaghetti and MEAT BALL star kist ( TUNA alma freí PEAS 2 alma mustard or turnip GREENS 2 long grain COMET RICE tender leaf TEA BAGS instant chas COFFEE royal gelati PUDDINGS 4 12' i oi. bag 46 oz. cans 125 ft. roll 151 ¡ oz. can 6' i oz. can Blow the man down — your budget doesn't "walk the plank" at BROOKSHIRE BROS, checkouts because there's bargain-booty a-plenty throughout our market. And ou--best buys in your favorite foods aren't "buried treasure*" you have to search for and dig out. They're all set up i.i neat, easy-to-see, easy-to-reach displays. So, for FOOD TREASURES ... and EATING PLEASURES ... set "SA'.E" through BROOKSHIRE BROS. TREASURE AISLES — todayl SWIFT'S MELLORINE HONEY CUP FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN COFFEE \ gal. ctn. instant chase & sanborn'S No. 300 cans No 300 cans 2 lb. ctn. 16 count Pkg. ^ - BANQUET CHICKEN, TURKEY - B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 26, 1961 PACE THREE REP. GLASS OBSERVES Rusk Capital Sans Ceremony, Spitoon LEGISLATIVE LETTER to the public seemed rather use- From W. W. Glass less, since it had been known for The Legislature spent much of months that they had been elected. its time during the past week en- gaging in ceremonies and activit- ies pertaining to the inauguration On Tuesday both the Governor and the Lt. Governor took their oaths of office at noon. The crowds nor. Monday the two Houses of the legislature met in a joint session and canvassed the election returns for the Governor and the Lt. Gov- ernor, and then certified that Price Daniel and Ben Ramsey had been elected to the respective offices oí Governor and Lt. Governor. Thus the legal requirements for their election were met. But the work Eagles Echo ... Continued from Page Si* Hands—Mike Chapman Physique—Charles Wilcox Complexion—Chris von Doenhoff Personality—Buzzy Braswell Intelligence—Keith McKnight Clothes—Wayn© Spears N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN BY SORORITY PACE FOUR Significance Continued from Page 1 fenses appear to bo deliberate crime in which a young person calculates to do harm to the pro perty of another. Offenses usually stem from a desire for excitement, a dare, or some such similar motivation a rising from groups of young peo- ple who are out for an evening with nothing to do. Sheriff Dotson also enumerated three deeper, more basic causes of offenses The young people have too much energy and nothing to do with it, he said Second and third factors, he related, are a desire to grow up too fast and desire for attention. Both the officials, however, cau- tioned the public about losing its perspective in the matter of juv enile crime. The number hailed before the court, they pointed out, is just a tiny fraction of all the county's youth, who have a good record of citizenship. They both agreed that, as young people learn by observing and are taught by example, it is a wonder there is not more children in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

Exchange Studenf Makes Report To Rotary Club ■Slvis Mason, a Rotary Fellow, appeared before the Rusk Rotary Club in a meeting last Wednesday night, with the ladies as special guests. Mason, an economics student, is a graduate of Lamar Tech at Beau- mont, and has recently returned from a year's advanced study at Rhodes University in South Africa. This exchange student plan is part of Rotary's International Ser- vice program. The Foundation is a program through which outstand- ing students, both boys and girls, are selected for a year of advanced study abroad The program fin- ances the study of foreign students here in the United States. Set up at the request of Paul Harris, Rotary Founder, the pro- gram is designed to promote bet- ter international relationships a- Mid-Winter Institute Set For MYF Methodist young people who are members of the MYF and between the ages of 15 to 18 are invited to attend a Mid-Winter Institute at Lakeview Methodist Assembly in February. Three Institutes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

PAGE SIX EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor 8ponsor THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY U, 1941 d°" 1 *°V; ' we Anita is a doll! We have a new girl at R. H. S. Welcome, Nancy Huffman. We hope you will enjoy it here. Also we would like to welcome two new boy students. They are Dewam McClure and Elwood Hollis. It surely is hard to get a date with Joarin Peterson these days. It seems a formal application and a month's notice are necessary. Darlene Cotton and Francis Dean I inda Watsan l'"ount;iin swrn to l)e going strong Mary MaiUand those days' K,,eP UP thc Kood work' Judy Banks kids! Leonard Berry Who does Alice Pearson call on David Black 'he phone from town every day? Bobby Long of her conversations was over- Jimmy Ramey heard the other day' You never Feature Editors . Sonja Wilcox, Brent know when the snoops are around. Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Ci...

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