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

SEQUEL—The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas FOUNDER S DAY ATTRACTS 145 Rusk P-TA Observes A lively flow of humor was inter.-persed with dawn to earth seriousness February 2nd by P-TA banquet speaker, Hulon Brown. The District Attorney was introduced by County At- torney Paul Cox following a dinner in the Rusk Junior High Cafetorium at 7 p.m. Mrs. Cox is this year's president. Rusk School superintendent Gerald Chapman presided at the Founder's Day observance, attended by 145 persons. Flower Show Theme And Dates Revealed JWI Hill ill———, Miss Judj Reed icas selected as Sweetheart during the Central Baptist Church's annual Swe etheart Banquet in I' bruai i. David McCord, af left, presented Miss Reed with a bouquet of red rusts as In sang, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart". Beall's QUALITY MERCHANDISE : ' •• > RUSK, TEXAS every time we sell this bra somebody saves $1.00 w BESTFORM'S You've seen elastic bras like this nationally advertised for a full dollar more! Now Bestform's done it in top-quali...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 March 1961

with Mrs. Isgate March 1st. SEQUEL—The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas What Is Taught In Your Child's School? Schools all over the nation will be quietly observing Public School Week beginning March 6. Perhaps it will be too quiet, but even if there is no carn- ival atmosphere, most schools will be appealing for the public to come and observe what to- day's education is doing. At Rusk, the elementary school, for example, there will be a special evening program unlike any other ever staged for this purpose. What are they trying to prove? Mostly the school administrat- ors and faculty who design the school week programs are try- ing to acquaint rather than prove. At the Rusk school. Prin- cipal J. M. Boone plans to show by film how one of his pupils spends his day—from the class- room, to the water fountain, to the lunch room to the play- ground. Morever. that school will be trying to show in a brief time Feted On Birthday Little Mary Ellen Guenzel was honored with a party on her 5th birthday...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 March 1961

FAST LIFE COSTS SLEEP SEQUEL—The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas HMMP V- sss % sv - ^ Nervous? Try Sleep g.af k-"V «SíVJSi The supersonic speed of mod- err. liie i> costing us one of the m< >t vital ingredients of good health—sleep. Twenty years ago people got plenty of sleep and were bet- ter off for it. because sufficient sleep i uureplaceable if denied. People knew about fission in these da\s. but it was the hook and line variety, rather than nuclear Things have changed. Say you stay up for 20 hours a day If you follow this rout- ine for a week or so at time, first thing you'll notice is your hands jumping from nervous- ness. A dull ache will begin gnawing at the base of your ikull You'll be picky and in- different toward food. You'll be quarrelsome—pro- jecting casual remarks all out cf proportion It will sound like an insult when someone says hello. You might think a good r.isht's sleep will fix you up. Maybe it will—on the surface. The nervousness might leave you and the head...

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

SEQUEL—The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas AT FEBRUARY BOSS NIGHT' PR Director Speaks, Rusk B-PW Bill Little, pinch-hitting for R- I. Post, January 2G ask- ed the question "Are Your Pub- lic Relations Showing?" in a lalk at "Bosses Night", ob- served by members of the Rusk Conway-Ricks Rites in candlelight ceremonies Tues- Business and Professional Wo- day> February 14th at Calv men's Club. Baptist Church. Rev. Wayne Clubs To Interpret Program Cherokee County club mem- ber will observe National 4-H Club Week March 4-11. Seven clubs are planning to set Hp dis- plays in business windows in Rusk, Jacksonville. Alto and Wells during the week, accord- ing to Anna Mae Shellhammer, assistant county home demon- stration agent. She said the week will be used by local members to inter- pret the 4-H program for the public, using radio, news art- icles, exhibits and club pro- grams. Adult leaders and club mem- _ bers will be working on their 0T !',ilC,r0>l presided at the meeting at 7:15 displays...

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

Microf.lm Service A P 0 Box 8063 u-w +3€ (/I O X o H ¿£ CO 01 3 0> "2 o Round.. until Roundabout BIG DOINGS in Rusk again this week. The 13th Annual Rusk Kiwanis Club Jr. Livestock Show takes the spotlight. Roundabout, knowing that he is speaking for the entire citizen- «hip of our city, extends con- gratulations to the Kiwanis Club •nd Adon Duncan, chairman of the project, for making this y/orthwhile project possible. THE JR. LIVESOCK SHOW is ene of the "highlights" of Rusk's activities each year. APPRECIATED A GREAT DEAL the many comments on last week's paper. The color added a great deal to the paper says Mr. John Duke, manager of Perry's. In fact, he was so «well pleased that he doubled his budget for next month. BON HESTER was high in her praise of SEQUEL. Bon tells us that many ladies commented about her beautiful ad in the new feature. ALL MERCHANTS WHO COMMENTED to Roundabout concerning the Rusk Day Sales! Promotion seemed well pleased.' J. P. Jared says he liked the colo...

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

PPGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 9, 1961 Wedding Plans Announced Here The < n; a,".em"nf and approaching marriage of Joan Marie Fischer to Robert I'enn is an- nounced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. t¡. W. Fischer of 1509 Sabine Avenue, Port Arlhur. "the nuptials will take place March 25 in fhe North End Baptist Church with the Rev. Wendell Johnson officiating. Miss Fischer is a student, at Thomas •Jeff- erson High School. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. Penn of Rusk, is a graduate of Rusk High School and attended Tyler Jun- ior College. He is now employed by Beall Brothers in Vidor. Brother Of Mrs. Summers Buried Fri. Funeral services for Charles Y. Mi ll, uer, •)!), T'ort Reading, N. J wen* held last Friday at 10 a in jjvthe Gipson Chapel at Luikin* wilh Dr. Arthur Dc- l.oa'f'h and Rev. Marvin Williams officiating. Interment followed in the rden of Memories Me- morial Park in that city, Mr. Mettauer was born in Rowland, 'IVxas, January 22nd, 1012 lie paised away Tues...

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

iTheriot, |d direc vho per- I and en- Ins. p.m. MARCH 9, 1961 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE tele! ling1 , EY Jl-25— LIST |glas :rain tevor allach ■tre ON AMI ty 5 5; 49c 19* EAGLES ECHO WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mrs. George Francis and chil- dren Phyllis. Tim and Jim of Austin returned home Sunday after visiting for several days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Cobble! Mr. and Mrs. Wiljiam H. Smith of Ardmore, Oklahoma visited their cousin, Mrs. J, F. Johnson Thursday. EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Mrs. S. L. R. Cartlidge, Mrs. Editor-in-chief ynda Watson Winston Powers, Mrs. Frank Assistant Editor Mary Maitland t-oUpíand of Rxisk, and Mrs. Business Manager - Judy Banks A Keierson of Athens attertd- Circulation Manager Leonard Berry i Dallas Camellia Society's Assistant Circulation Mgr !.!!!!,...!!.. Davia Black : nint.1?. annual show at Lambert Sports Editor Bobby Long | Landscape Company Sunday. Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Ramey Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith, Dan Cook,...

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

B ¡zi/erí/fhingt/oarizaddt/otfesi prices/ Time for sprucing up for the pleasant months ahead - but you needn't spend d a y s of drudgery in spring cleaning . . . just drop by Piggly Wiggly and shop our selection of cleaning aids that'll make your work easier! Piggly Wiggly's complete lines of work-saving i-applies will enable you to whiz through you cleaning chores . . . and you'll save money, too! You can find everything you need at low paces at Piggly Wiggly! I Rath Blackhawk 59 FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF 39 CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 49 CHUCK ROAST B 49 BOLOGNA WEINERS or Pressed Ham 49 3*1 00 WiG IT 15)1 25 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS WITH EACH Vi GAL. CABELL'S HOMO MILK Ladies Favorite Each Lay Flat Cotton Each GRILL EACH RGENT I * \Vishy Wash Giant PEACHES Cock O'Walk No. 2\ Tin TUNA Lucky Strike Chunk No. \ Can Pillsbury 5 Lb. Sack RED POTATOES 39' ■ ■■ w w ■* $$$ M Ml ill/ ^íClc ■ ■■■ N Bonnie Baker 3 Tall cans iflr YELLOW ONIONS — ¡ 5« CABEME F¡rmGreen b 3£ MARGARINE- ¡29' LEMONS 2...

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

I $1 ATTEND THE RUSK KIWA 13th ANN OR LIVES! Rodeo Arena - CLUB si I l*i % / March 10 Judging begins at 1:30 P.M. EVERYONE INVITED SUPPORT CHEROKEE COUNTY'S YOUTH IN THEIR LIVESTOCK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM * A i}P |;.v f' LM. -F* Bill Vining Manning Grocery & Mkt. Copcland's Georgia-Lynne Shop Texas Cafe Grapette Bottling Co. Citizens State Bank First State Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. Schoch!c r!' a < dwa re "COMPLETE OUTDOOR NEEDS' Piggly Wiggly "WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS" J. C. Williams TEXACO CONSIGNEE — RAMBLER DEALER MEMBER F.D.I.C. Gregg Insurance Agency Rusk Hotel & Coffee Shop E. B. Musick Insurance Agency Gulf Coast Federated Feed Association Moseley's Drug COMPLETE DRUG STORE NEEDS O. L. He! a Sons JOHN Df ' K- DEA i ER Southwestern 1 Electric Servíco C 0 RUSK Zero Food Lockers MEAT PROCESSING • FROZEN LOCKER RENTAL Western Auto Associate Store MR. & MRS. J P. FAVARON, OWNERS Cherokee County Abstract Co. (HANNA & GUENZEL) Bearden Furniture Co. RUSK, JACKSONVILLE...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGfc SIX MARCH 9, 1961 WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mrs. E. N. Williams and Mr and Mrs. Charles F. Dear and children spent the week end visiting in Highlands with Mr. and .Vrs. John H. Williams. Jr. and family and in Pasadena with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cummins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cumm- ins have a new son, Nathan Lee, horn February 14. Nathan has one sister and one brother. Also visiting in the Cummins' home wa- Wingfield Williams of Hous- ton. Visiting in the home of Mr. and .Mrs. F„ N. Williams Sun- day afternoon were Mrs. M. L. Cummins, Mrs. John H. Will- iams, Sr.. Mrs. Ann Green and daughter, Vieki Tally. Urgent Meets Slated For Methodists Meetings of urgent import- ance slated by members of the first Methodist Church include these, announces !<'■ v Jewel Mc- Clure, pastor: Called Quarterly Conference, Thursday, March 9- th. 7 p.m.; Monday. March 13th, p.in., W. S. C. S ; also on Mon- day, March 13th, at 7 30 p.m. the Offical Board will meet. SCRUBLESS VINYL SAN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

. w'ivy.--* from I among attend the Fu J-ica at ¡College [feature |r stu- b's, and all 13 show, Icue arc Int. ird for J (lading Tore the A THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 9, 1961 LETTERS TO EDITOR Soldier In Korea Says America Best Wake Up Kenny Black, junior RHS trackman, clears the low hurdle in warm-up drills commenced by Eagle cindermen this week. Al right, Charles Echols, senior, lets go of the week shot-put in practices for field events. Rain hampered early drills, but the Eagles turned out in full strength early this trm t TAKE MONTHS TO REPAY AT LOW RATES A home of your own . . . yours with a low cost loan Whether you buy or build, a Home Loan from this bank can ease the way to home ownership for you. And the cost is low, thanks to econo- mical bank rates. We make loans for any worthwhile purpose . . . with fast, friendly confidential service assured. See us about your needs. We like to say ' Citizens State r Bank Member F.D.I.C. Rusk, Texas $ WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mrs. L. B. Jenki...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

WWíWWi'w & THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 9, 1961 PAGE EIGHT Open House Successful Over a thousand persons came for the city of Rusk. ¡ reproduction on the pages oí through the offices of the Ku.sk Cherokeean, during this public- ation's open house Friday. Many of them were overwhelmed by the vastness of their weekly newspaper plant and by the tremendous amount of excellent and valuable equipment which is in use here. The visitors were treated to a guided tour of the plant's fac- ilities. Included in this tour was a look at the newest addition to these facilities, the duplex roll fed newspaper press. All who saw the press voiced their admiration at this new sign of progress for the Cherokeean and Other equipment which the Cherokeean took great pride: in showing to its many subscrib- ers and guests was the auxil i (try color press, which one week ago printed the first color advertisements in Cherokee County history. A Ludlow Head- line casting machine, an Elrod Strip caster, and several ot...

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

_ The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS Jf CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS hi Ivc Rc<l Ition in Tues. acsday over, are re- Course vo hour for an further Ition are 1:00 p.m. lore en- lis class ire basis. Required It Book, struetor, bandages liome. ud Cross [icted by Thurs- p.m. to kder six- till need id band- lew more ■y I. M. Iwner of is re- nins eye I Tuesday I) li i s mother, kited liirn Irtable as lin Long- er Smith over the the incid- (over the a black lie offices san. The several lal Negro [nging to vas "bnr- Inight. It ¡depot at This ¡11- Igation. •led were Ih no in- Irs driven I city and |Ragsdale, yo tickets weekend lions. A Rusk [b, son of Iiolcomb, Imber* of Austin Band, year for lude the •t, Spring ilher pro- the area, nd is un- f Jimniie County School Districts Pose Election Contests mm Eleven persons have become candidates for the six school board posts to be filled at May- del le, Wells and New Summer- field April 1. Each of the school districts must fi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

MÉMmmmm ri'.'A iXXXX&STZBStt aas • i'1 REMEMBER.... A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY < REVEALED During the winter month the trees stand revealed. The leaves are gone and no longer doe it keep any secrets from us. We can see every knot or twisted and knarled limb. God has revealed himself to man SO that all might know him. "For I am not ashamed of thi gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that belieueth ... For therein is the righteousness of God REVEALED from faith to faithi as it is written, the just shall Hue by faith." ATTEND CHURCH EACH SUNDAY, study God's word and learn more of God's truth. *' i ■ 1 The Church is God's appointed agency In H1T1 world for spreading the tyiowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in tho love of Cod, no government or society or way of tifa will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

Cherokee County Church Directory THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 9, 1961 PAGE THREB le ?s are e morn- mi is at ire held ind the begins :'es are 7:30 P. ■gins at ti, Jr. jets s & St. exas others >me fexas r, Sr. er, Jr. Insurance /¡II , Texas emier a lexas vestock l-urday Jacksonville •ic Co. tion— tee Texas Ready- :rete hway Texas idio & ice sk Texas rage son Texas Rusk Churches ASSEMBLY OP 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 Servi...

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

,. ... i ■ . ■%.•-« •- ,-«VWÍVMIMJ --" ■ ••'• ' • W"t i^SpC CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY • SELL - TRADE mpt y t > {<■; ; ,V *."■ * J#: s • f f *#/ f:;:. p^|;' f ^ I ' / ' STfTr \? i// \éíw CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. AUTOMOTIVE <? i YOU'LL SAVE MONEY *u *■ When You Buy Your Car From * . Cherokee County's LARGEST i U werlu. AUTO DEALER I Before You Buy BUICKS CHEVROLETS PONTIACS "" Get The Best Deal , From 4 4 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 Rusk. "TT lc. Autos For Sale FOR SALE: Tomato plants, 6 ,j. \V. Allison, Rusk, 3'ü miles] with house. (¡ rooms and bath, miles west of Husk, Highway | SW Gallatin, Rl. 2. S e 0 us first. J. C. Williams, | Wl"^,>,u>r' 4 t p ,i7 2a. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

a money- to suit |me. With [y day is - start Iritc Box D I Jackson- lers It rators /rite Co. lo exas IJ-TFC-25 >NALD ■r rory jntment |es. 4262 exas It to drink If you want p4, Rusk, tfc-as is t h c |.I. loan to No down payments, olcman at Supply, J137. J-tfc-32 fRACTORS: repair of lidencc and l)und Nurs- lill be re- If the Nurs- lunlil 10:00 |i 24, 1961, ilicly open- lion, spee- lisal forms tie office of itendent. 2-t-c 38 I YOUR RE- 2() acres Westmore- lt-p-38 be accepted ie purchase next door hrsonnge in |nove house im date of be opened Jsual rights REAL tary septic A. R. Pool, ¡on. Prompt tic 32 IR: For cx- ir and scr- Urdal Radio 3nly televl- class gov- Rusk area, service on aost reason- ices. The ice in East tfc-46 tD INS old coin*, iviile Coin e fourth lonth 8:00 if*. J-TFC-24 CLASSIFIEDS Men and Women Ncede-i 18-55 White or Colored to Train For CIVIL SERVICE JOBS No experience necessary, grammar school education us- ually sufficient. Permanent jobs, no layoffs, short hours...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

The Cherokeean Daniel, Turman Given Setbacks PAGE SIX RUSK, TEXAS MARCH 9, 1*61 ★ EDITORIALS ★ Take Time To Vote Tuesday From W. W. Olass The House of Representatives met Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 and worked until 9 o'clock on three of the Governor's bills recommended by him to erase the deficit estimated to be proximately $64 million at State's Deaths Show Upswing Texas death (hiring I960 the House for consideration. In ough money to take care of all $200 million in extra taxes for showe(1 ^ most subst«nti«l in- fact. the original purpose of these expenditures. However, the next biennium. So you can according to the bill has been so badly chang- his estimate proved to be wrong, readily sec that the Legislature reuse y ed that some of the members so he is now saying that we will be forced during the next provisional pushing the measure in the will perhaps have a deficit of several months to raise almost beginning are reluctant to sup- approximately $64 million at $300 million in n...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

:hs 19 ^ing I960 tantial in- Jcording to compiled Depart- Statistics vere seven |J39 figures |th rates of Lulation for (is per 100,- bf the in- ns occurred jee months |during the year's in- r lifted y int Lrc -|SrM! II 'IT'S THE LAW Confidence With Lawyer Protected Under Low ARISING IN HOME OF TOMORROW What's UP in new furniture trends? A hanging latex foam rubber sofa bed that pretty Irene Simonattis finds ideal for a bit of lofty relaxation, or for a sleep that's "cut of this world." The "outer space" bed designed by Herman Miller is featured in a Furniture of Tomorrow display being shown at major 1961 furniture markets. 'Latex Fotim Rubber Council) Tyler Flower Show March 25 TYLER The theme for the ninth annual flower show spon- sored by llie Tyler Council of Garden Clubs will be "Tyler, V'esterday, Today, and Tomor- row." The show will be held ¡it the Garden Center Building March 25, 2(i, Saturday and Sun- day. The four main divisions will include horticulture, artistic arrangem...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 March 1961

á. . i Oft farro fresh PRODUCE Kentucky Wonder Green BEANS B TEXAS CRISP 19 CARROTS lb. cello bag 10^ U. S. NO. 1 YELLOW ONIONS . 5c NEW POTATOES - 19* TEXAS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT ,.... 291 FROZEN FOODS Flying Jif Breaded Fantail SHRIMP 39* ROLLS - - , 29c bcORGIA GOLDEN SHORE Peel & Devained SHRIMP ,.... 09 BURGESS FRYER BREAST .... 69< BURGESS BACKS AND NECKS . .. 29c SWIFTS HONEY CUP 10 OZ. PKG. DANISH MAID V| V THURS., FRI., & SAT. ' * ^ MARCH 910-11 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Sure rt1, shamrocks grow in Ireland, food bills shrink at BROOK- SHIRE BRO<í. And to prove it's no blarney, we're SELLebrating St Pat-^U's Ddy with a grc;* storewide GR£CN SPOT SALE. Where- ver you see a bright GREEN SPOT, you'll find a SUPER SUPER-SAV- ER SPECIAL—and they're all over our market ... in every depart- ment. Faith and begorra! — you'll save plenty on the GRBEN—and in between — at BROOKSHIRE BROS.! COFFEE WONDER LONG GRAIN RICE 2 LB. ZEE BATHROOM TISSUE 4 ROLL PKG. 25 35 Folger's lb....

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