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

THE TEACHERS AND OFFICIALS OF OUR SCHOOLS MARCH 6-MARCH 10 Public School Week IN TEXAS You should join us in acquainting yourself with the programs and accomplishments of our pub- lie schools. Texas Public Schools -Democracy In Action This Advertisement Sponsored By the following Rusk Businesses in t h e Interest of Continued Im- provement of our Schools. If Verdie Mae Banks Gro. & Mkt. "A Good Place to Trade" Browning Grocery & Market Cartlidge Drug Chapman's Pharmacy Copeland's Georgia Lynn Shop Lovelady Dairy Treat Evans Dry Cleaners K-N Root Beer Drive In Mack's Bait & Tackle Shop Manning Grocery & Mkt. George Monroe Flower Shop (Reklaw Highway) Edna's Beauty Shop Gregg Insurance Agency First State Bank Lee Motor Company Moseley Drug Store Roten Material Co Rusk Hotel & Coffee Shop Mathews-Miller Rusk Jewelers Schochler Hardware Southwestern Abstract Company J. C. Williams Rusk Motor Sales Wadel-Connally Webb's Dress Shop Cherokee Theatre Bearden Furniture Co...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 March 1961

PACE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 2, 1961 Cherokeean Introduces New Service In Sequel TO LATE TO CLASSIFY PRACTICAL NURSE wants work in private home and will also he companion to elderly people. Phone 2 0200, Jackson- ville. I t p-;i7 FOR SAI-K: Three largo Mosler safes in good condition. Reason- ably priced. Call MU 3-4044, Rusk. tfc-37 NOTICE: Bids will he accepted at my office for the purchase of the Bolton house next door lo the Methodist Parsonage in Rusk. Buyer must move house • photographs within 90 days from date of some of tin purchase. Bids will be opened March 15th, 0 a.m. Usual rights reserved. IIANNA R E A L ESTATE, Rusk. 0 Visit Family ('. W. O. and Mrs. Robert I! Young and daughter Becky of Ku^k and Shreveport. visited his brother, Lt. Col. W. W. Young and family in Albuquerque, New Mexico last week. While there they visited several points of interest including the ski trails in the Sandia Mountains The snow was an interesting experi- ence for little Becky. Mrs. Young's ...

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

Jim i.iii. •oil ;ns. net- Hoy if id Miss Sherrcll Bothwell and Bobby Lorn; practice the execution ol a dramatic dance movement, highlighting their number in the Musical Hevue to be presented here March 1(5 and 17. Some 48 Husk llijih School band students are rehearsing now for the beautifully costumed, extravaganza. Rehearsal Underway On "Musical Revue n Rehearsals are underway by Rusk School band students in preparation for the annual spring concert. A two niulit pre- sentation is scheduled March 111 and 17 in the lie h School and itoriuni, accerdine, to I.con Thcriot, band director. Some SI.200 \\ i ¡ r I h of stiij.1. iri'-i eqiiipmoiit u ill bo used in pre senting the "Musical Dance Re- vue." Accord in;: to Director Ther- iot. the first half <T the pro gram will be a traditional con- cert feafurin'- the entire band. The second half of the pro- gram is to be composed of a select grout1 of students who form the "st:1 ;e band. Other students are to rn >i<nt a pro- gram of ...

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

/ / ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :r:::::::: ::::::::: iliiiiiis' it \ \\ \ WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS, DOUBLE STAMPS EVERY WEDNESDAY ON Htu WIMY i siiwmy ONL* PURCHASES OF ^ OR MORE* Sandwiches 10' GOLDEN RIPE L B FIRM GREEN li|C JUMBO HEAD ■ ■ ■ RED :S ■ ■" 39' FRESH CRISP 1 LB. BAGS LGRDEN'S PINEAPPLE COTTAGE I? Ql PKG c CHUCK ROAST RIB STEW B B ROUND STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE STEAK CLUB STEAK SHOULDER ROAST SWIFT PREMIUM BACON U AhmW PURE PORK SVERI- g \ l: 2 55 39- 89 89 89 69 i 59 s 59' 3 ■ 99 79 B B B LB. BOX 5 lb. bag 73 10 lb. bag s .35 25 lb. bag $ 2.89 Northern Assorted TISSUE 4 KM ROLLS c Bai onet Cookies 11 01. Pkg. FRITO Chili Plain 15 oi. Tin 39? 53g FRITO Tamales No. 300 Tin 37? IRELAND BBQ Beef No. 300 Tin 69? HOMINY MUSHROOMS Del Dixi White No. 300 can Keystone 2 oz. 10* 25? Admiration •Light Crust f ^^1 ^onn*e Baker Northern Assorted Towels 2 4V Sk'nners Spaghetti or Macaroni úk 29' American Old Fashioned Sweet Pickles ,6oz ar 19' • KMEV29e IVALON Sr°°" ..... ...

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

EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 rditor-in-chief Linda Watson Assistant Editor .Mary Maitland Business Manager • .... Judy Banks Circulation Manager Leonard Berry Assistant Circulation Mgr David Black Sports Editor Bobby Long Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Harney Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent SmiUi, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Sponsor . N Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Snooper Up until Friday Judy Mayes Ronnie Travis, we all know and Raymond Vermillion were doing well. They hroKe up tem- porarily Friday. At least we hope it is temporarily! Congratulations, Judy Ramey, for obtaining the title of FFA District Sweetheart. Good luck at Area June 1. By the way, Raymond, what were you do- ing in the room with twenty- three sweethearts? who you have your eye on, but we won't tell yet. Arlene Shankles, Larry Tall- ey, Judy Banks, and Billy Joe Maness were seen in the show Thursday night. You kids got in awfully early. Diana Burton was seen read- ing a letter she received from R...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT r Í ¥ Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fdwards, pictured above, recently cele- brated their 501 h wedding an- niversary at their home in the Sardis Community. Observing the event with them were their children: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards and children of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs George I'esta and children of Terrell, Mr. and Mr Vernon Berry and son of Sardis. MARCH 1, 1961 Xi Epsilon Kappas Meet, Hassell Home I Mrs. Mauriette Hassell was hostess to the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Mow.ay evening at her home. Pre ident Mildred Chapman was presiding when members stood to repeat the opening ritual. At the business meeting plans were revealed for a couples par- ty tentatively set for March 17■ ' ih at the Hassell Home. A num- ber ni special guests are to be honored at the social. Two programs were given at Monday night's meeting: "High Moments of Art" by Mrs. lias ••ell and "High Moments of His- tory" by Mrs Mary Boone. During a social period ...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 2, 1961 PAGE ONE let 4 Is'" li". In 111 11 in |>in jrc III C. Ire, li a les. JllC'l Jell! Iiml lero Imp- ing ller- |l Ills lion, land CARING FOR YOUR FAMILY by Edith Clarke Enjoy Your New-Born Baby Nothing in the world probably seems more fragile to a young mother than her first new-born infant. He's so tiny and breakable- looking that it's often weeks before she's able to feed, change and bathe him with any kind of confidence. This is very natural but it's a great help Uboth the mother and child if she realizes, from the very beginning, that a healthy oaby is more durable than he looks. His body is btrong and elastic and thrives under firm, calm han- dling. When a mother is nervous, this is often transmitted to the baby. Dur- ing t h « early weeks of hi3 life particularly, he reacts instinc- tively to atmosphere-like a kit- ten or n puppy. Although he doesn't understand it, he can Hense apprehension and is dis- turbed by it. Ilis only recourse is to howl. Pe...

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

RUSK DAY ®T Spring & Summer Dresses Q QC Re . $10.98 Just Maidenform Bras 1 49 It**. $2.00 Ju t 1 • 1 + Very sheer HOSE by Larkwoed i on Re#. $1.00 2 pair • V/V/ For quality meixhandla# at Saving Price*, plus guaranteed satisfaction . . . visit The Smart Shop Rusk Day RUSK DAY Á1 $4 W-k " 1 m t vJ /' ' •• ^ wm7:,; §'Wm m iy ... V '¿í; ''.{i ?> ■ ,*i.'Í'4Í' : - ■ -.i •>' Friday Only ★ Lunch ★ Dessert ★ Drink 39 Houston's Cafe GIANT SELL-A-TH0N COURTESY OF THESE RUSK BUSINESSES Men's Higgins Slacks 100% Dacron & Wool Assorted Sizes 33%% OFF H Bar C Western Shirts 33V3% °ff Stovall Cleaners WOOD GRAIN OVENPROOF KITCHEN POTTERY • 3-PC. COWL SETS • 80 OZ. PITCHERS • COVERED COOKIE JARS • DUTCH OVHNS YOUR CHOICE Perry Brothers Hundreds of Rusk Day Values during our Sizzier Sale Western Auto Associate Store J. P. Favaron, owner Enjoy All The Major TV Networks In Your Own Home!! If You Sign Up Rusk Day Only Your First Month "On The Cable," will be absolutely FREE E-Z Vision Ca...

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

¡WliWki /www owZc^yl FRIDAY MARCH RUSK DAY & Ladies DUSTERS 100% Cotton Chock—Loco Trim, Sins 10-11 $1.44 Ladies & Children SANDALS ono group priced to move . . . Values to $2.91 Now $1.00 Ladies SLIM JIM SETS Printed Top with Solid Color Corded Ponte ... A Roo I Buy ot $3.99 BEALL BROS. RUSK DAY «F m Imperial SUGAR 10 LBS. Gladiola FLOUR • ■ 35' Browning Grocery The new Standard of quality iW in all transistor shirt pocket size radios. 7%e &H/a£50 | Tiny shirtpocket radio needs no expensive battery packs. Operates on inexpensive pen- lite or mercury batteries. "ÍCi HC Rugged Duraperm cabinet 'n choice of 5 colors. See the complete line of QL'«L!TY RADIOS Charles L. Kerr Radio and Refrigeration RED POTATOES 10 lbs. V'S PIGGLY V/IGGLY Rexall 5-grain Aspirin Tablets m I (Bottle of 300) Reg. $1.39, ft?# Now 99* Ro-Ball Deodorant (antiperspirant) Reg. 69c Now 2 for 79* Rexall Mi-31 Antiseptic 99* Reg. 89c Now 2 for Moseley's Drug III HATS were priced to $15.00 now $8.95 Reg....

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

Fishermen Find Sound Important In Fishing By Vern Sanford Did you ever stop to realize that sound plays an important role in fishing? Experts will tell you that noise will spook fish. That's gen- erally true. But there are sounds that will attract fish. In fact, these fish- attracting sounds are the basis for many of the artificial lures in use today. Take the popping bug as an example. When you twitch the rod tip, the bug makes a dis- tinct "plop." And that "plop" is1 a pretty good imitation of a black bass sucking in a choice tidbit off the surface. The purpose of the bug's ■ plop" is to create the impres- sion that fish are feeding. It's to stir those sleepy mossbacks into action. And when properly used the popping bug will do just that. The popping fork or top wa - ter ehuggers servo the same purpose that of attracting fish. Since water is many times ¡ denser than air, it is a good conductor of .sound A sound very /.out to i human's ear will carry a long way in water. Actually 1...

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

The Cherokeean / Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS + EDITORIALS V Annual Herald Of Spring Rabies - ' if ' ,'w i Vs% v V < ' '.>«* . ft 'W/?' Rusk's big tulip tree on Hospital Street is ait annual forerunner of spring. Now it is in full bloom, preceding most other early flower- ing trees and shrubs. Shorts From The Exchanges ELGIN—Promotion of three, PARIS—Sixty-seven seniors ALTO—The Rev. C. it. Haley, j executives of Texas Power and received Lamp of Knowledge letters for outstanding averhges Pastor of the Nechos Baptist Light Company was announc Church for the past two years, ¡ ed this week following a meet- during three and one-half years has been called to pastor the mg of the TP&L board of dir- of study at Paris High School First Baptist Church in Alto, ectors in Dallas.—THE ELGIN —THE ALTO 11 KHALI) COURIER. last week. THE COUNTY ECHO. LAMAR Home Loans Tailored To Fit Your Needs Need money to build or buy a new home or make improve- ments on your ...

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

REMEMBER.... A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY , fif 0**0> ■ "H *■% The OiurtTi ft God's oppoTnTetf opnty fn ITiTs wotri for spreoitng !Tte TcnowTeJge of His tova for man and of His dcmond for ran lo respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without Kris grounding to tfw low of God, no government or society or woy of life will long persevere and the freedoms «rhid m fiofd so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the soke of the welfaio of himself ami hit family. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and par- ffcipafe fn the Church because ft tells the truth about man's lite, deuih and destiny; the twib «bul fllau «8 set biro (us to tiw as a child oi Cad © 1961, Coleman Adv. Sonr„ P.0. Box 4887. Oaffar, ftra for Each Other The*f)oy and Ms pet p!ay together and with close association develop a fondness for each other. This closeness also brings about a trust in each....

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

Cherokee County Church Directory * 3lle Jy- Rusk Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M.C. Friday — 2 p.m. 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—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—11:00 a.m. Training Union—6:30 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship—8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting— 7:15 Choir Practice—8:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. Morrow Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —11:00 am. Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. A. Covington, pastor Sunday school—10 a.m. Morning Worship—11 a.m. Training union and Bible study—6:30 p.m. 7:15 singing £or 45 minutes SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Dalton McCleenny Sunday School—10 a.m. Worship Service—11 a.m. BTU—7 p.m. Evening Worship—8 p.m. Midweek Worship, Wednes-...

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

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE i YOU'LL SAVE MONEY When You Buy Your Car From Cherokee County's LARGEST AUTO DEALER Before You Buy BUICKS CHEVROLETS PONTIACS Get The Best Deal From Isaacs Chevrolet RUSK WHO HAS MONEY TO BURN? If you are in the market for a new car you will be burn- ing money if you don't see LEEMAN ISAACS AT RUSK MOTOR SALES For Those Rock Bottom Deals ON 1961 FORDS OR Quality Used Cars lb. Cars Wanted Top prices paid for Used Cars. S e c us first. J. C. Williams, Husk. lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fin* Used Cars at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Ramblar Daalar Rusk Id Auto Service When you nerd wrecker service call J C. Williams. Rusk, Phone MU 3 4444 2. Agriculture FOR SALE: Tomato plants, 6 ' miles west of Rusk, Highway 84. I). Waggoner. 4 t p37 2a. Equipment For Sale FOR SALE: Two Farmall Trae tors. One ! row, one 2 row. Roth with disc, mower and equip-...

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

For cx- and ser lal Radio y televi- lass gov- sk area, ■vice on ; reason- ¡.The in East tfc-46 CLASSIFIEDS Radio Repair Work EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL TYPES OF RADIOS. OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. HONEST AND REASONABLE PRICES. URDAL RADIO Ph. MU 3-4046 Rusk, Texas tfc-44 GUARANTEED Watch Repairs At HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4645 Rusk SINGER SEWING MACHINE SALES & SERVICE in Rusk each Tuesday and Thursday Call MU 3-2231 And We'll Come To Your Home tfc-29 BEST PRICES Paid for Antiques and Used Furniture See the ANTIQUE SHOP 105 S. Bolton Jacksonville Humph? C. P. MOSLEY Dealer Complete Stock of Supplfei for all makes 538 El Paso Phone 4-128 Jacksonville COUNTY FARM NEWS O'Dell Drilling Company WATER WELLS Contractors—Engineers Residential, Agricultural, Industrial Phone 8581 — Jacksonville VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED * Re-tape \ * New Cords * Wash & Clean WE WILL PICK-UP, DELIVER & INSTALL! We install new CUSTOM MADE BLINDS for all size windows. Wallace Hardware and Furniture Ph. ...

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

The Cherokeean All Cheer Nix On Payroll Tax PAGE SIX RUSK, TEXAS MARCH 2, 1961 * EDITORIALS ★ Newspapers Make News By Vern Sanfcrd heavy criticism as the Senate to $15,000,000 lor any one water tend school from 7 to 16 years Texas Prest Association Insurance Committee consider- project. of age for 120 days each year. AUSTIN—Both pro- and anti- ed a measure calling for exten- Another water measure un- House bill would change the sales taxers declare they're in sjve changes. der consideration would allow ;,"e limit from 6 to 18 years of a better position now that Gov. Sen. Grady Hazlewood of the state to buy conservation a«e antl 'he school year to 180 Price Daniel has dropped his Amarillo declared that, at storage space in Texas reserv- days. support of the payroll tax plan, present, it's not how you drive, oirs, saving and selling water At the request of Rep. Jack ('ro sales taxers say this will but whether you get caught, that would otherwise run off. Woods of Waco, the House re- l...

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

Let's HelPT. V Help Us! he In se he ht' as |h- ii- lP lii- lili liit en- ll li- lt-o- of of 1g. in For A Better Community, Better Potient Care, A Stronger Economy, Let's Give Our Support to the Texas Public Employees Association. ★ Chapter of Rusk. ★ Chapter 19, Rusk State Hospital * Community Solidarity Will Help Achieve These Aims £ A Well-Balanced Merit System CI Expense Allowance that Will Cover Actual Ex- penses Incurred While Traveling / 0 Constant Expert Representation Before the Legisla- ture Equitable Working Hours and Wages An Opportunity to Work with Fellow-Employees Toward the Common Goal of Improving the Public Service Constantly Improving Our Own Retirement System on Sound Actuarial Principles ★ Here's How TPEA Has Already Served Our People and Community These are some of the TPEA accomplishments from 1945 to 1959. # Employee's Retirement System 0 Group health, accident & L i f e Insurance for Em- ployees % Military Leave for summer camp for State Employees 9 Perio...

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

p> ed w< of th in Í£ th a U th 01 di at w R 8C cr p< it Qi Vi tl r is PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., & SAT. MARCH 2-3 & 4 RUSK, TEXAS ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS t* DDOP Fresh GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS lb. 10 CRISP PASCAL 2 CELERY KENTUCKY WONDER BEANS SUNKIST LEMONS 2 ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN BAYERS Lg. Stalks Lb. Lbs. 25? 19? 25? LJ. S. No. 1 Premium Red POTATOES 10 LB BAG 45 If your budget needs plenty of low prices — BROOKSHIRE BROS, is the place to buy W* ALL your favorite foods and household supplies. We've wall-to-wall LOW PRICES! They're in all departments and on all shelves. Thai's why you re sure to pay less— MUCH LESS — for a big cartful of your favorite products at BROOKSHIRE BROS. More low prices just naturally add up to lower food hills—MORE CASH SAVINGS FOR YOU! SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES 4 PACKAGES WHITE YELLOW DEVILS FOOD $100 Bot. SO's BROOKSHIRE'S INSTANT COFFEE Big 6 oi. Jar BROOKSHIRE'S Z1 y ", >yyyry-rv vyA." DESSERTS 1ELL-0 LIBBY'S TANGERINE JUICE m 2 TEA BAGS 19?...

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

SEQUEL—The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas Queens Crowned Reklaw Couple Honored Royalty "reigned" February 10th at the Rusk Hotel as members of the two Beta Sigma Phi chapters in Rusk paid hon- or to their new Valentine Queens, Queen Del of t h e House of Cox (Omicron Gamma) and Queen Mary of the House of Bo~ne (Xi Epsilon Kappa.) The honorees were revealed and crowned by Mrs. Freda Rat- cliff and Mrs. Marie Whitehead respectively. Corsages of r e d carnations were presented after each was crowned with a rhine- stone tiara. Outgoing queens were M r s. Whitehead and Mrs. Mary Jane Hinton who was unable to at- tend Friday night's festivities. Traditionally a joint party be- tween the two chapters, mem- bers. their husbands, and guests enjoyed a buffet dinner in the private dining room of t h e Hotel. Decorations featured a Valentine theme. The serving table held a huge styrofoam heart outlined with red net ruffles and red satin ribbon. Smaller hearts punctuated a red satin streamer extending ...

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

SEQUEL—The Cherokeean. Rusk, Texas He-Legislators Get She-Lectures Salt For Surety >n w t > 1 ,«• _ •• aro being badgered again to offer legislat- ih ¡¡Id eliminate inequalities of law pertaining ■u Tin' women feel these are "Blue Laws' no less . !i-j. .! than the one which prohibits moose hunting within a certain cit>"> corporate limits. It - -,.fe to ^.i> that most women, however, are not j ar< <4 it¡e legal technicalities which restrict them. Even :e er lw \e become contemptuous of what we'll call " the cult of tbe auxiliary.'' Tli- latter thing is social as distinguished from '. •gal It i> the pattern which has the men forming a civic • r fraternal organization and the women following suit with an auxiliar> organization. Tt'.r xKial pattern can not he attacked the same as u* lc..d aspects And it is questionable if it should be ■ Marked at all In defense of it. it may said that there - m.in talk and there is woman talk, and both sexes prefer i that wa&g...

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