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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

yM |2& xas | * na- W¿ ap- of na- sup- aU CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY ■ SELL - TRADE & • a "■ 1 CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk DEICK MOTOR SALES IS STAGING A TREMENDOUS FEBRUARY 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." tors. One 1 row, one 2-row. Both; with disc, mower and equip- ¡ ment. I^iccd right. J. C. Wil-! llame, Phone MU 3-4444, Rusk. 4-t-c-36 2b Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALE: Wood, any length. Phone SH 3-2103. James Russell. Ru,s.k. tfc-16 FOR SALE: Oak Fireplace wood. I Delivered S20 cord. Will cut your woods $10 cord, no haul. ¡ J. W. Allison, Rusk, 31 á miles SW Gallatin, Rt. 2. tfc-25 Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk & Oak Jacksonville Custom Grinding Mixing - Molasses All Kinds Of Stock Feeds COASTAL BERMUDA heavi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

% ' k É / #s Js? tJSC 4*' ■Ft Ü Reg. $3.95 ays ! ■ i WO PILLOWS rb moisture c/: c Tie! pe Long Freshness r :nl ivcswience Pi', 65 Reg. $5.79 Rusk Days Only U. S. Keds Champion Blucher Oxfords with Ked's Shockproof Arch Cushion REDS & BLUES $2'8 NOW U. S. Keds Big Leaguer Bal For Boys Whites, Blacks, Oxfords NOW See Our Special Values On Ladies Keddettes ♦ «* Copeland Georgia-Lynne Shop GIANT SELL-A-THON COURTESY OF THESE RUSK BUSINESSES f"\ * • CLUB ft 1 ..toJ ■!ü!. iggly . Green Stamps" 51 gauge, 15 denier NYLON HOSE First Quality now Reg. 69c 44 SPORT SHIRTS Long Sleeves! Regular $2.98 a $3.98 Dan River and Galey Gingham Plaids - S-M-L-XL n Lord 2 00 Drip-Dri Fashion Prints Reg. 59c Sale! K.A' IT Only "O oc •J : y J Í T'ectric t I Oí ét, ¡$ « R.Í I ¡n 72 N e Company Ladies Larkwood Nylons First Run - Very Sheer $1.00 regular Now Second pair For lc The Smart Shop Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kojack mG LIFE i , ERSES A - Low As 6~voii - 99 EXCHANGE 4JT 12-volt vch guarantee 99 M fi i u* ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

r *<♦ *í FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 Rusk Days Only! PORK CHOPS Reg. 69c lb. NOW B 47 ZERO FOOD LOCKERS Rusk Days Only Pigskin Driving Gloves Reg. $1.98 NOW $100 :-flC' Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Values to $4.00 KNOX RAY Men's Wear Rusk Days Only Fresh CABBAGE lb. MANNING'S Grocery & Market Rusk Days Only *17.50 Off On Any New MOTOROLA Television Set On Display! Ham's TV-Radio Rusk Days Only Bak« Day BISCUITS 5' can 6-bottle carton COCA-COLA 29" Shattuck's Drive-In Grocery & Market Rusk Days Only SATURDAY ONLY Clip out this ad and bring it in . . . It's worth . . . $ 12.50 On any Re-conditioned Television Set in stock! URDAL'S Radio & TV + Lunch + Dessert Drink Houston's Cafe 1 [I r .n !' i. a I I' i, • I ¡Í ' !> •I I Rusk Days Only Special Selection Ladies and Men's WATCH BANDS % price Henry's Jewelers Rusk Days Only CLEARANCE Skirts, Vests, Blouses, Suede Shoes, Petticoats, Half-Slips, Brassieres and Rayon Gowns . . . values to $11.98 NOW JUST $1.98 One group Dresses & S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY '-A , £ -♦ i* -i -¿4. * ■ * ^ V * & \ í'Í'.LÍ CLOTHED r-'i. I &>■! % «- ¡K . ' .* ¿V <• . •' V Jf* .? .*!' ./f": •' ' I v; • V* • • - * ; ■ f>>5. Ü ' WW d' ' COMFORT j./.r v.'f ¡ 1 r fm The north wind strikes, and the blizzard howls. We 4 clothe ourgelve.s fur maximum warmth and comfort •from the cokl... for an all encompariamg comfort, put on the Lord's mantle. "The Lord in my shepherd; I shall not want. TJo maketh me to lie doten in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He reatoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his iiame'e sake. Yea, thengh 1 walk through the valley of the shadow uf death, I will fear no evil: for thou, art with me; thy rod and thy Skiff ffc«jr «o fori m*. Thou preparett a table bafure «>0 fa Ik# of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; wty cup runneth over. Surely goodness and merty st>aH follow me all the days...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

| past- it 4. Ilville lurch- E&st in re in both I State P57 IServlee írs Sr. *, Jr. keuranc* |la, Texae tier * Ml 9 i«tock Hace Cherokee County Rusk and Area Churches THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 2, l*6i PAGE sevtrt ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting ^ W.M.C. Friday — 2 p.m. f Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday • C. A. Service—7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship—7:30 p.m., Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnie H. Webb, pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School- ?:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. !• Training Union—6:30 p.m. ■. Evening Worship—7:30 p.m. 1 Youth Fellowship—8:30 p.m. ' Wednesday Prayer Meeting— 5:15 ■ Choir Practice—8:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. Morrow ' Sunday School—9:45 a.m. j Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. • Training Union—6:30 Sunday | Evening • Sunday Evening Worship — ¡7:30 ' Wednesday Evening Service ?:30 )LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. A. Covington, pastor ' Sunday school—10 a.m. ► Morning Worship—11 a.m. Training union and Bib...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

A LIFETIME VING Wi'MM r-'i. Wv.** $ * $ $ $ $ $ $ $ i s $ $ $ v I $ $ $ $ i STARTING This ycarok streamc ing tra some o really -really And n< I V: 9:00A.M. FRIDAY* !£ DAY ONLY! NEW fjm i 'A 'Í Y"a ;H, ^0 M ONE FULL Yi FREE TO THE FIRST 400 SUBSCRIBERS RENEWAL FREE PTIONS Delivered By Mail In Cherokee County A 98' Value 45 RPM RECORDS $ ■? P Ww M II CAPTIONS $3.00 * TO FIRST 50 RENEWALS A $398 Value Record ALBUM * $ HURRY Now Is The Time To SaveHURRY $ ALL RECORDS COME FROM KTLU'S RECORD LIBRARY ^ The School about dor th< Y. Tur halftim gore b night with will be Lon M Coac Morris non H« lege Monda; Kilgori togetht the Be ierent Polic all kin man with babysi watche car wa area w a meel Wor former Buildii expanj Com pa made and in is to Thei eral posts this y but no to run preser We.- Elizab to fly the M week and it J. P Up Jam well-k has o busini new I and T Rusk Pas holsti and h Dalla; has uphol six y In holstc seat hoist mont for 1 Stay-¡ Mrs sonvi its Si' Cherokeean hi > e...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

AIL THIS AND JAIL TOO* A Boy In Trouble AN EXCLUSIVE JOURNAL NEWSFEATURE This red - haired, eighteen- year-old boy is real. Real tears streamed down his cheeks leav- ing trails as they floated off some of the grime. His mother ^•eally is blind and his daddy Really is in the penitentiary. And now he could be in real street I The Jacksonville Junior High School Drill Team that includes about 40 local teenage girls un- der the direction of Mrs. Billy Y. Turner will perform during halftime of the Lon Morris-Kil- gore basketball game Saturday night . . . Saturday night's game with Kilgore Junior College will be homecoming game for Lon Morris College . . . Coach Leon Black of Lon Morris College and Coach Ver- non Hartón of Jacksonville Col- lege were real good buddies Monday night. They went to Kilgore to see a basketball game together, but Tuesday night at the Bearcat Gym it was a dif- ferent story . . . Policemen are called on for all kinds of duties, and Patrol- man Everett Taylor resp...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 2, 1961 Heritage & Horizons In Home Missions, Is Text Mrs. E. M. Decker, Jr., in- troduced the study "Heritage & Horizons in Home Missions" Tuesday morning, .January 24, at 9:30 A. M. in Beall Fellow- ship Hall of the First Methodist Church. She presented some of the literature and material per- taining to the study. Including the text, "Safe in Bondage", "Impact", "World Outlook", "The Methodist Woman", "Time Magazine", and others. She an- nounced that the Women's Soc- iety of Christian Service would meet February 14th at 9:30 A.M. at the House of Hope for a tour and discussion led by Rev. Joe Dolman. The scripture was from the 3rd Chapter of Galatians and it was asked that W. S. C. S. mem- bers remember with prayer their institutions in Nome, Alaska and the Belgium Congo ind. also, the missionaries who are celebrating birthdays at this time. Going further into the study, the terms heritage, horizons, and missions were paraphrased as inherit...

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

fork City, |g, Va., and Vpril 8 13, I in the an- All-Amer- | Tomorrow increased Ithird and 1'makers of liation will pips raised $2,000, re- Ijudging ft lu Research go. With a in 12,633 lols partici- ] the Betty enrolled Ion girls in ins iow re Inunity will how Friday (talent from linimity. |iow will be and eigh- k'arious pro- begin at 7 1)1 building. of sass ; J s, job: \L I 4 Í :«§§ Wrafl iff WW, 2SL. & w apricots 4 AUNT JEMIMA CORN \ 5 LB. BAG Hunt's Tomato Meadolake OLEO *■ ¿s % $100 K:'" 14 OZ. BOT. Johnson's Stride QUAKER PUFFED Reg. Pl<s. PT BOT Sun-Lite Golden Flake New Dinner Speas Apple CE fCffff \ c * 00 Did holiday festivities leave wide open spaces on your pantry shelves? Then here's y8ur big chance to load them again with your favoiile top quality canned foods and SAVE MONEY IN THE BARGAIN ... In ALL the 3 I G BARGAINS featured in BROOKSHIRE BROS. CANNED FOODS SALE! Just Icok at some of our low, low prices! You'll know for sure — shopping here is the greatest sav...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 2, 1961 Susan C. Pearsall, JHS n v¡ LsJ Elect i in (' ■.r' Pe; i <;i 11 h a s « . •<] t h O 1961 Betty ( i r n..,!■•( r o: Tom ¡i; ■ • >• .-i f. • loriv'lli! H i g h ... I.- ol. r ■ - ' tIn' highest • ,i '!('!(• ninat ion i. ; 1 i:■ ".ulc! .c and : ! , " '. ■ i fx iduatln" ■ i' i ■ t: r ' ■ ho:..' ho < : ":ii 1:1. I'i the -I;<*f r í.! T nuviiv: ..ward v . h ' be 'lined in V rh 'i ' ■ ; J• • ■; of i,! <■ ■, u i! r< ' i i'- '■ ;:ri award , i ii j by Jos , us 1 r •• • i'iiüii" fhe slogan, ' ;n" • • '.vi; •• :'••• If- .rt I •| h e I;if.-f! r nf r of ! I?', H-n.v'.or ci Tomor r-v. * ¡ '> . i I in eo.-npeti- • . I; nam- the ' •>•••• Ifoirn • i ■ t :¡ « ■; i.i i' horneo akin j? DEPENDABLE PHARMACY SERVICE .•duration program sponsored by Cenend Mills offers a $1,500 cli I i hip to the first rank- i mí; ni in each state and $500 cholarship to the state's sec- ond ranking participant. State llomemakers of Tom- i,now and their facult...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

rman, Neil |immy War- led to |m pet- Reason State May led to ■neets: p/s at |iys at at lays at Ite Re- Irce |i n Ro- ll oches (ays at Meet Tyler js of jify for AAA an leet at 114 Maydelle News — By Mrs. Minnie Conner Those visiting tiie M. W. Hov- ers this weekend were Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Shuptrine and family of Kingsville, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Choate of Alto, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Dover and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Dover of Rusk, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Alex- ander of Rusk, and the Doyle IT'lwTf of We need listings of both city and rural property. We have buyers that are wanting all types of real estate. No. Ci-751—Old House on 91 xl50 ft. lot located close in on East Rusk Street. Priced only. $4,500 for quick sale. No. G 319 — Ideal Business Location - 75 foot lot with house on South Jackson St. Price $6.000. No. G-750—ICO Acre Farm— located on a paved highway has lots of bottomland and everlasting water. Only $00 per acre. No. G-359—45 acre Farm— five miles north of Jack- sonville, good f...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX FEBRUARY 2, 1961 Looking Back 10 YE4RS AGO From The Jacksonville Journal February 2. 1951 Jacksonville residents a n d property owners will mark bal- lots next Tuesday in a special election to determine the fate of a $75,000 municipal bond is- sue to finance the construction of a fanners' market, a project in the making here two years. The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce will make its first 1951 membership solicitation beginning February 2i), mem- bership and finance committed members decided in a Tuesday night meeting in the city hall, when the Year's budget was also approved. The Jacksonville area's con- tributions to the March of Dimes for infantile paralysis victims amounted to S5.Ci85.53, reported Mrs. Harold Hamlin, local chairman. Primary plans for the twelfth district conference of Texas Par- ent-Teacher association to be held in Jacksonville in April were made at a meeting of the executive hoard Saturday at 10 A M. in the Jacksonville Hast Side scho...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

lave can lient- ;eds. £ -7? I % 0 Off P 2-0141 THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 2, 1961 PAGE SEVEN WORKING WOMAN OF THE WEEK WOMEN in the professions Principal's Secretary Has Myriad of Duties One of the busiest persons in out of the office The most time Jacksonville High School is Mr. consuming office duty of all, E. G, Osborne's secretary, Ylrs. however, is answering the tele- J. M. Toland. Mrs. Toland^is as | phone. It is estimated that there much a part of high school life are between 50 to 60 calls each at Jacksonville High School as day. The phrase, "Good morn- the 8.JO bell. It is to her that jnfi> Jacksonville High School the students go for admits, Principal>s 0fficej>. is a famihar ary of Jacksonville High School. She and Mr. Toland became owners and operators of To- land's 5c to $1.00 Store in Jack- sonville over twelve years ago, where she has also spent much of her valuable time. Her education consists of a diploma from Megargel High School and a business diploma from J...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 February 1961

SEIG FRIFD WALLNER Siegfried Wallner Named V-P Of Huge Hosiery Mill Scigfried (Jon) Wallner, .Ir., a former resident tsf Jackson ville, has been named vice-presi- dent of a huge hosiery mill in Clinton, Tennessee, after hold-j ing other prominent positions Wallner, 37, has already as- sumed his new duties with Mag- net Mills, Inc., one of the larg- est in the industry. He was reared in Jackson- in the industry. He is the son ville and is a graduate of Jack- of Mrs. Marcia D. Wallner of son ville High School. He attend- Jacksonville. ed Lon Morris College before ',|U1 Favorites ... Continued from Page 1 nounced during the party. Sel- ected were sophomores Brcnda Lowery and Don Murray, jun- iors Mary Helen Walker and Clayton Fonlenot, and seniors Jane Gibson and Paul Bass. The favorites are elected liy popular votes by the members of each class. Larry Martin of the Annual Staff served as master of cere- monies. A group of fifth grad- ers from East Side School un Tax... Continued from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

M:. rn Service * P O Bo* 8QC6 M This the Id the Ittcnd. this and llol- (Presi- Tucs- |lay to new |e was If tlie Its re- its, 44 rays, (¡ |nd 13 made lile ) ,00 ;k c 10 1Round.., Town "('itit Roundabout RUSK DAYS, the big sales promorion staged by the mer- chants of Rusk last Friday was ¡ regarded a big success. A sur- 1 vey of the participating mer- chants showed just about all of them had increased business. Everyone was well pleased with the large crowd in Rusk all day Friday. Folks from all sections of Cherokee County were here to take advantage of the many specials offered by the 28 part- icipating merchants. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE The Cherokeean in TWYA< nr.ltWT Wh'IPk'l V MI^WJPA PPP J/CT A JJ1 Til l' Tiirwiwr* Tf7i\r r iony ■ Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area...

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

mm® - *111 ■Mtys'-vv.'- ;W.':'/XÍ::¥::Í It will be love at first sight — when you see the many BIG Valentine Values in store for you at BROOKSHIRE BROS. We dcn't just "fiirt" with your budget with a few advertised "special." NO MA'AM! We WOO you sincerely with shelf after shelf of LOVABLE LOW PRICES. So, if your heart is set on get ting MORE and spending LESS — make shopping at BROOKSHIRE B R O S. a steady date from now on L L SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI. & SAT. FEBRUARY 9 - 10 & 11TH ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED GOLD MEDAL LOUR ✓A HEINZ ■14 ait. Bot. HEINZ STRAINED BABY green giant tender No. 303 cans NIBLET'S WHOLE KERNEL ketchup 2 heinz strainedh food 9 green gl/h peasl Iniblet s who| corn 2 niblet's mexi- corn 2 speas distilled) vinegar pond's angetj cream pond's angej ■lotion ^^soap pads íbrill0 Ifaultless sp| starchh ivalon vinyl sponges 2 Glaus. Jars 10 LB. BAG 12 oz. cans 12 oz. oans Qt. Jar PILLBURY'S /S POND'S ANGEL SKIN HAND Zi PRICE SALE $ - 25 $2.50 valua pond's an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

M THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 9. 1961 PAGE THREE Eagles Echo Cont'. FROM PAGE SEVEN and action"; l<> ri;ht in the, eyes of Hod' Tin o arc the many tli ic.lit.-, that race through my mind as life >wiftiy by. Thoughts can l>. beautiful images in a person's mind and to inc they are a sacred part of life They are a person's most private possessions. 'I.,< uv.lits arc real and can bcci ine dreams a n d t!¡ n ambitions. My thoughts are my ambition.: Someday 1 hope to reach my faraway star -:iinin , brightly in the distance. Faith and determination are important fact rs in anyone's life. Without prayer a person is incomplete. No less important is the love and trust of one's family and friends. With these immcvin;; forces behind me. en- couraging me, 1 feel that I may : omeday make real my thoughts, dreams, and ambitions, and that my short visit here may be a worthwhile Stay. Until then, tomorrow is just another day; but perhaps my day, the day a decision that will influence my e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 9, 1961 RUSK LIONS Final Rites Read Sat. Hear Report Of 2S-1 |AtMaydelle ■ f);ill:i Dnnsnn If&rrlv sot Mid-Winter Meeting Lion El ma Mustek, Jr.. report <■(1 Thursday to the local club is recent participation in the Mid winter Conference at far tha e January 20th. I.ion Mu- sick, who is /one chairman for the Husk, Carlisle Henderson, Jack <on'. ille and New London dubs, was accompanied by Rusk I.ions Hud l'arrish and Waymo'n I'iercc The Zone 10 chairman told local I.inns that greater mem- hi r Inp is to he stressed in the months ahead. It was noted at the midwinter meet that a net '-lain of 7 was recorded for V.uin 10. The gain w,is made duriii'-1 the period of July I tlsi-i.ii h Ileceiuber .'¡I of 1900 T"' I membership of the link < I ub is now 8ft. The conference wa held :n the Panola (.'olloi/e Voul li (' II t< r at ( ¡irtha^e. (!ov Floyd Smith of Hemphill presided at the noiri luncheon Delegates le ,'i*tl J lid '<• Joe fisher ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

WHAT Mr. and and leona Hub Stella and Jtusk, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. iDoris en of Id at Ihter- |i and liddcn hus: lllous- and |>y of and hallas Ii íí h at- Texas iation state- 'ntion r e e r and most pen- lues, l'lash times le low- in the lorn i a. tusk Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mr. and Mrs. Henry West- fyrook of Lufkin were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jaek Dover and J. It. Wcstbrook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Thompson and Cathy of Tyler spent th<e the weekend at Bryan with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Miller and Ken- ney. Mrs. Coy Singletary of Tex- arkana and Mr. and Mrs. ,)ohn T. Singletary and little daugh weekend with Mrs. Thompson's ter, Mary of San Antonio were mother, Mrs. Lawrence Smith, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ocie Denney and Mrs. Ed Singletary. Gladys Üoodspn were Tyler vis- Mrs. Mollis Duncan and child ltors Wednesday. , ren Fatsy and Mik(, ()f jackson- Joe Clark and his mother, ville visited parents, Mr. and Methodist Church,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 9, 1961 Receives 145 Attend P-TA Banquet BA Degree From LSU Funeral Services Held For Dallas D. Hardy A lively flow of humor was interspersed with flown to earth seriousness Thursday night by P-TA banquet speaker, Union Brown. The District Attorney was introduced by County At- torney Paul Cox following a dinner in the Rusk Junior High ('•ifetorium at 7 p.m. Mrs. Cox is this year's president. Husk School superintendent Gerald Chapman presided at the Founder's Day observance, attended by 145 persons. Referring to Mrs. Morris W. Hasselt's earlier review of state- wide P-TA accomplishments, the speaker cited the organization as one which shows its ability to not only "think big, but do big." He noted too that without positive thinking, little can bo accomplished, "Nothing can be done by those who are always 'against'," he said. Speaker Brown named three important do's: respect (he past, understand the present, and face reality with a plan for (tie future...

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