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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

% J-Jt' NEWS FROM UNITED GAS Thalian Club United Gas Names New Executive For Service Area ^n<?vs Music At Meetmg HAPPIER HOMEMAKING THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 36, 1961 PAGE SEVEN Rich-flavored Prune Relish Adds To Meal Shri-vcport -James A. Wilson, a Division with headquarters at vice president of the Texas I)is- Houston since 1957, will be re- tribution Division at Houston has sponsible for the activities in Texas been transferred from the Texas that were formerly directed by Administrative Office to the Shre- Mr. Wilson. Mr. Dezelle has bien veport General Office of United connected with United Gas Cor- Gas Corporation, it was announced poration for more than 29 years, here by Ed I'arkes, president. In He came to Houston from Beau his new position Mr. Wilson will mont, where he was assistant di- be in charge of and responsible j vision manager. Mr. Dezelle join- for the administration of the dis- ed United Gas as an accounting tribution operations of the Cor- department employee at...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PA&M MOMT JANUARY U. 1W1 "•« Rusk Folks *« doim,! Mrs. Jewel Jimerson and daugh- ter, Lana, Mrs. Winfred Berry and daughter, Carolyn spent last Wed- nesday in Palestine shopping and Mrs. Ratcliff Guest Speaker At Sorority Xi Kpsilon Kaprpa Chapter mem bers of Beta Sigma Phi met Mon day night at the home of Mrs Marie Whitehead, with the follow- ing present: Mesdames Mildred Chapman, Mary Turney, Mauriette Hassell, Mary Boone, Bessie Luna- ford, Marie Mehner, Melba Camp- bell and the hostess. In a brief business meeting, Mrs. Chapman, president, presiding, members elected a Valentine Queen by secret ballot. She will be crowned at the Valentine party; tentatively scheduled for February 10th. It is be held in conjunction with the Omicron Gamma Chapter Guest speaker, Mrs Freda Rat cliff, was introduced by Mrs. Me- hner. Her topic was "High Mo- ments of Love and Faith " The first portion of her program was ai brief description of the Taj Mahal' which she has visited; an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

The Cherokeean JANUARY 26, 1961 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS INVITE THOUSANDS TO OBSERVE PROGRAM Rusk Clinic Plans Big 'Alcoholism Expose' Over 3,000 Asked To Forum February 19th NEW LIFE OF ORDER, NEATNESS Alcoholic patients at the Rusk clinic spend much of their time in sparkling quarters engaged in ro flection. But he also follows a rigorous daily schedule of physical cxercise as well as mental rebuilding The main bay of the ward shown here contains recreation facilities, including a television lobby. MERCHANDISING' RIPE TOMS Good Tomatoes For Canneries By Dr. P. A. Young Maybe a gillion of our city dwellers suppose that cows give square boxes of cold milk and cans of tomatoes grow on tomato plants, as they are the only forms of these products that they see. A good rule of merchandising is to sell fine products to customers for repeat sales. How does this apply to our cannery tomatoes? Our past record here has not been good enough as the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

Rev. McKeown To Attend Diocese Meet The Rev. James McKeown, rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Rusk, will bo among more than 1,000 persons attending the 112th Annual Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas January 26-28 in Galveston. He will, along with other dele- Rates, be asked to approve a bud- get for 1961 and will participate in policy-making which will shape the progress of the Episcopal Church in this 57 county area dur ing 1961 Principal speaker for the 112th Council will be the Rt. Itev Henry' Irving Ixnjttit, Bishop of South Florida, who will address the open ing service on Thursday and the banquet on Friday evening. Both events will be held in Galveston's new Moody Convention Center. A special program on the Church in the Intercity and in the Suburbs i will be held during the luncheon 1 on Friday It will include colored j slides narrated by well known Tex as radio announcer and comment- ator John Paul Goodwin A record budget of $46,360 re- presenting an increase of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

Jacksonville & Area Churches 7 EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—0:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Bunday 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. 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 Service—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 P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

The Cherokeean AUSTIN HIGHLIGHTS PAGE FOUR RUSK, TEXAS JANUARY 26, 1961 Payroll Tax, Spending Go Into Capital Stew ¥ EDITORIALS * Long Prayers And Cold Feet The former president and the new president shuffled their feet, shivered, suppressed a rigor, and accompanied by thousands, stood cold and quiet through three prayers last Friday, each of which was longer than the inaugural address Each of them eloquently informed the I.ord God of what was taking place and the challenge that faced one of His nations of people 111 the next four years The TV announcer pronounced them ''.supplica- tions". They were superbly eloquent, but too long, and they presumed too much ignorance on the part of the Almighty as to what this bunch of people was up to. The (ynic might take this "much speaking" as a sign that all religion is superficial, wordy with- out saying much, dignified without reverence, or that the inaugural prayers were addressed to Go<l in care of CBS, el. al Clerics, il they will go b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

STREET BEAT Your Journal next week will have a new look. Workmen are now installing a new modern press in our plant and it will be ready in time to print next week's paper. Color advertising will be avail- able in Jacksonville for the first time due to the added facilities. Watch for the first color advertis- ing in your February 16 Journal and Shopper news. It will feature a big city wide RED TAG SALE, and will bring you many super bargains from your local merch- ants. Most of the Jacksonville merchants will feature special purchased items in this gigantic bargain spectacle. Jacksonville's High School golf team started their practice Mon- day afternoon under Coach Sam McCord. Eight boys, Kim Hillen- camp, Earl Higgins, Mickey Os- born, Kirk Williamson, Jim Hilli- ard, Graham Davis, Sandy Hanes, and Robert Summerlin will make up the team . . . Members of the Jacksonville Eire Department, local police of- ficers and the local highway patrol- men were entertained with a bar- becue Tue...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO JANUARY 26, 1961 Mrs. Gordon Tilley Is Study ClubSpeaker Wed. The Hyperion Study Club met Mrs Tilley gave an interesting Wednesday afternoon, January 18, anfj informative program on "Mm- in the home of Mrs. J. H. Rounsa- . |p Kasl Tem_.. ville on Canada Street with Mrs. ... _ . . . Some of the highlights of her WOMEN WORKING WOMAN OF THE WEEK rooms. (iordon Tilley presenting the pro- «ram talk were: Salt has been in production in Arrangements of spring flowers Fflst Tf.xas for ovrr 200 ycars The enhanced the beauty of the party ga|t Min(. al Gnm(1 Sa|m(. ijt one of the largest in the nation and Palestine produces bulk salt in smaller quantities. Asphalt, used for highways, is found in Anderson and Nacog- doches counties. Clay, found in Cherokee and Smith counties, is used in a fire Calendar Of Events THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 Kiwanis Club—Liberty Hotel —j brick plant in Troup 12:00 Noon Lignite, mined at Waskom near St. John's Methodist Church Marshall, produces a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

JANUARY 26, 1961 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE India Presented To Club By Mrs. George Crawford Mrs. George Crawford gave a very interesting program on India to the Xi Kappa Chapter of lleta Sigma Phi, which met Tuesday evening, January 17, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Betty Richards and Mrs. W. A. Groom served as hostesses. Mrs. Crawford was very beau- tifully dressed in the Indian sari loaned to her by Sushila Chap- meka, a young Indian woman who lives in Gainsville, Florida. The sari, which was hand spun and hand woven by Sushila, was five and one half yards long and forty-five inches wide. Mrs. Crawford also wore a tikli on her forehead. The tikli is worn by Indian women as decoration on festive occasions, not as a caste mark which is assumed by many. Sushila, who is also a member of Beta Sigma Phi, and her husband are in this country obtaining their doctor's degrees in political sci- ence. They plan to return to India to work in their goot. Sushila said that Indian and Am- erican customs had g...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 January 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PUCE ... BUY - SELL • TRADE Wk2: '■ * Iñ CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL Mil 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE SAI.I D|KK MOTOR SALES IS STAGING A TREMENDOUS JANUARY PUSH • Tremendous Discounts • Save,save,save Hundreds of Dollars! Big Selection Of 1961 FORDS AH 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." 2a. Equipment For Sale j FOR SALE: Two FarmaU 'Praetors One 1-row, ene 2-row Mk «Mb disc, mower and equipment right. J. C. Williams, n« MU I 3-4444, Rusk. 44-0-36 2* Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALE: Weed, any length. Pb. SH 3 2103. James Russell, Rusk. tfc-16 3b. For Rent j FOR RENT OR SAI.E: 2-bedroom ; homo, well located Contact R. A.! ¡Covington. MU 3 2350. tfc-32. FOR RENT: 2 unfurnished houses and one unfurnished brick apart- ment. Call MU 3-4142, Rusk, tfc-32 FOR RENT: House. See L. N. Bolls. l-t-c-32 Í MONEY SAVER USED... FOR BAMfc Oak Fireplace wood....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

Microfilm Service * ts*:« P O Box COGG or Round... T own with Roundabout BIG NEWS TO US this week, of course, is installation of our new press and related changes and expansion. You'll readily notice some of t h e changes we've made. ANY SUCH MOVE, naturally, is fraught with problems, and we're preoccupied with ours . . but we'll have our mechanical boo-boos straightened out in the next few days. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE The Cherokeean Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and TEX^AS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18{7 Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local > i ** T-JA Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy news medium in Cherokee County. VOLUME 113 24 PAGES THREE SECTIONS FEBRUARY 2, 1961 NUMBER 33 BUT THERE'RE MORE big doings in the city, too. Out- standing is the "Rusk Days" fea- ture coming Friday. Everybody ought to be here. Group Trims State Hospital Budget THE CHEROKEEAN is offer- ing its extra bonus barg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Morris A. Bailey, Jr. Assistant County Agent Several 4-H Club members from the Wells 4-H Club are already getting their animals ready for the Wells F.F.A. — 4-H Livestock Show. This show will be held in Wells on Satur-! day. April 8. This show is open to all 4-H Club and F.F.A. mem-| bers iti the Wells area. It is sponsored jointly by Wells busi- nessmen and by the Wells Agri- culture Council. 4-H'ers who plan to exhibit animals in the Wells show are: Mike Hathorn, Tommy Tobias, Edward Tobias, Carl Brewer, Travis Glover, Bobby Coates and Allen Mon- day Most of these boys will show beef animals. The Ponta Community 4-H Club elected lOfil officers re- cently. The following officers were elected: President, Karen Perkins; vice - president, Paul Traylor; secretary - treasurer, Barbara Bobbitt; and Reporter, Cynthia Jackson. Several Gallatin 4-n Club boys have selected their 1901 4 11 projects. William Blankin- ship, James Blankinship and Olan Woodard have selec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 2 1961 PAGE THREE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELECT COUNTY DEPOSITORY Notice is hereby given h> the Commissioners' Court of Cher- okee County, Texas, that at its regular February term meeting on .Monday. February 13, 1901, at 10:00 a.m. in the County | Courtroom of the Courthouse at Husk, Texas, said Commis- i sinners' Court will select a county depository for the pub- lic fund;., for the years 19(51- 19(i2. The Commissioners' C o u r t will designate a certain amount of county funds on deposit with the county depository, from time to time as Time Deposit, and thi so funtK on deposit with the depository not so designated as Time Deposit will at a 1 1 times be considered Demand de- posits. For information of bid- dors, the average monthly cash balance of County funds, at month end, for the year I960 was $639,030.85. The Commis- sioners' Court in designating Time Deposits under such con- tract will not designate such Time Deposits for a lesser term...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 1, 1961 Scientist Rescue Training Starts To Speak Thursday For New Unit At School ALTO The Cherokee County Ln.er^ency Rescue Unit will meet in Alto Thursday nitiht at 7 30 p.m. i'1 'he Southwestern Klcctric ( Omtriunity Room. All members are urged to be pre- nt, and anyone interested in joinin.' the unit is Invited (o attend. Ji ■ in 1 sti r, the unit's train inu officer, announced that he would start the Civil Defense liisie Koseue course Thursday e\ in Thi* is a 10-hour (niir-e m rescue work and will be i tight in eight lessons. This course will lie followed l.v a cour-c in hr.ht duty rescue, then, heavy duty procedures After i: ich course, meirlbers who have attended all classes will he ;r arded Civil Defense Aii ret iation ' ertific e1 - The three (.'i.H 1 it-' :i .e (our es will l;e I -ll'i '! I■ " l!( d Cros« !• ii' t Aid ' ■' . basic and advanced Iir i aid. I r wa an instructor in (lie Marine for -even years and 'an iit ail phases of first-ai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

Scout Membership Workers Are Selected By Chairman Shirley Simons, Jr., of Tyler, well known architect, has been selected to serve as the Sus- taining Membership Enrollment Chairman for the 15-County East Texas Hoy Scout Council, according to W. R. Beaumier, Lufkin, Council President. Rus- sell Cantwell, Tyler, Vice Presi- dent of the Tyler Bank and Trilst Company, will serve as Viae Chairman. « Chairman Simons stated that m<«t Community Chests and United Funds throughout the 15 Counties of the Council have givf-n wholehearted approval to the Boy Scout Annual Meihber- ship Enrollment conducted a- monfi Scouters, Friends o f Scooting and Parents. T h e "kick-off" date for the General Membership Enrollment has been for February 11. and is slated to be completed by Feb- ruary 13. Sustaining Memberships may be secured by any individual in the Council Territory, both in Chest or non-Chest areas, who desire to register their defin- ite sustaining or permanent in- terest in the Boy Scout...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX FEBRUARY 2, 1961 EAGLES ECHO fv* L I *y. I téi Vé-1 ■i • on 'tarn! >¿1 dkh U'vr a may irent EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1561 Editor-in-chief I,indi \V Assistant Editor Mary Mai Business Manager - Judy I Circulation Manajyr Leonard I Assistant Circulation Mgr. David I Sports Editor Bobby Assistant Sports Editor .. . Jimmy I'; Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox. I Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Glenn I.loyd Sponsor ... Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Snooper The snoops are very glad tonice time. see one of our sharpest couples Diunn Hanks has been ill for back together again. We don't a few days. We are '. lad to ;ee want to ever hear of you two you back at school, Diann. breaking up again, Mary Mail Joann I'eterson was with Don land and Malcome Hanson. Garner at the basketball ;!ami Judy Duncan had a date with Tue day niv.hl Is thi your date Eddie Bailey Thursday ni'lit for the week Joann'.' They went to the movie in Jack Other couples at the ball sonville and Judy reported a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

OF druHS Hundreds pn in n Jsolvo 10 llior h.Vf lain and o. Tako I iirnntcr- pfreshed back. 11 REO iacy <, Texas ed ■ )c ¡5? i9í M 15? iany £ 5i 35c Did holiday festivities leave wide open spaces on your pantry shelves? Then here's your big chance to load them again with your favorite top quality canned foods end SAVE MONEY IN THE BARGAIN ... in ALL the B I G BARGAINS featured in BROOKSHIRE BROS. CANNED FOODS SALE! Just look at some of our low, low prices! You'll know for sure — shopping here is the greatest savings act of the season! Vita-Fresh Egg Ranch Ungraded EGGS "43 FROZEN FOODS Flying Jif Breaded Fantail Shrimp ° «• -■ Banquet Fruit Apple, Cherry or Peach LGE. SIZE Tennessee Mustard, Turnip or Chopped Spinach Greens 2 Aunt Jemima PANCAKE MIX fT •''if nfP'.Q'' i i j Hü T's w toMCOTS AUNT JEMIMA CORN V 5 LB. BAG Hunt's Tomato Meadolake oleo k $100 14 OZ. BOT. w Johnson's Stride pi bot QUAKER PUFFED 49 Reg. Pkg. Sun-Lite Golden Flake New Dinner Speas Apple juice « xm- Aunr Je...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT FEBRUARY 2, 1961 WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Miss Carole Lee Cartlidge and John Manning, students at Har din-Simmons University at Abil- ene spent from Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. R. Cartlidge. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Os- borne and son Paul visited re latives at Dallas Sunday. Mrs. Osborne's mother, Mrs. Grover Norwood of Alto, accompanied them home after an extended visit with relatives in that city. Phil Manning returned to Aus- tin Monday to resume studies at the University after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Manning. 0 Three birds which cannot fly are the emu, kiwi arid ostrich. Polo was developed in India. Feted, Shower Airman 3/C Kenneth Hassell and bride-elect, Miss Salley Emerson, were honored with a miscellaneous shower in the liulah School Cafeteria o n Thursday, January 19th. The table was covered with a white linen and centered with a lovely arrangement of white winter flowers. Mrs. Tidy Has...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENE«4L Nfws * classifieds * editor County Judge J. W. Chandler signs the paper that proclaims 4 11 Club Day in Cherokee County. Looking on are Marynelle Moore ol' Gallatin, and standing (from loft, James Pryor, Jack- sonville theater manager, Gayle Haws oí Turney and George Blackburn, Rusk Theater Manager. The two theaters are cooperating in showing "Tomboy and the Champ", the proceeds o,f which go into the 4-11 Club fund. The movie shows in Rusk Saturday midnight and Sunday. Tickets For 4-H Movie Now On Sale Steve Lilly • County Agent Make your plans now to sec the Movie "Tomboy and the Champ," the story of a 4-H Club girl who takes a runt calf and makes it into a Champion. Cherokee County 4-H Club Members are selling tickets and the 4-H'er selling the most tick- ets will win a registered polled hereford heifer to be given by Dr. I*. E. Jones of Ponta. Dr. Jones is giving the calf with the understanding that it will be cared for under s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

VOX POPUU SAFEST The Cherokeean jax Referendum To Take PAGE TWO RUSK, TEXAS FEBRUARY 2, 1961 ★ EDITORIALS ★ Realism In Stale Taxes Texans can bo certain of this one thing during this year's legislative session, if no- thing more: There will he a :;reat deal more ido over the kind of tax that will be levied to meet the recurring deficit in state financing. The fiercest battle of all will be, as usual, between those who favor more taxes on big businesses and especially those industries en gaged in exploiting our natural resources, and those who favor a so-called "broad-based" tax. The latter, as of now, appear to be a choice between these three types; Payroll tax, income tax. sales tax. Looking at the problem realistically, we have to conclude that ..one of us wants to pay any more tax—not as long as we can "ot some- one else to pay it But we're all for having an efficient state government, and we concede that its social programs will not become less expensive We are told that any fur...

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