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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

jPg°g'n Wo t . ° Box 8000 4 Cfl.'ta cv Round... To wn v'lV/z Roundabout SERVING RUSK WITH DISTINCTION FOR 113 Years REALLY LOTS OF activity going on in the city this week. Rusk voters had their first election, and now we can look for some long-needed improve- ments. The Cherokeean 10* per c0Py TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 181*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area VOLUME 113 16 PAGES TWO SECTIONS MARCH 16, 1961 NUMBER 39 ROUNDABOUT IS PERSON- ALLY pleased to see city make this move, and the council, he believes, deserves our applause. The boys at the city have gone through the midnight hour the last couple of sessions. Thafs what you'd call sitting up late with municipal headaches. THE NEXT DAY, ON WED- NESDAY, the good Miss Zora at First State claimed all the at- tention. That was retirement day for her, and almost by the time they could open the doors there were a hundred well-wish- ers. Roundabout adds his good wishes to those of sco...

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

<5> WEGIVES&H GREEN STAMPS With St. Patrick's Day coming up, green's the color o'th' season . . . and you'll be interested to know that the green you're most interested in, your long green, will go farther at Piggly Wiggly! Your food dollars will buy more of better foods at Piggly Wiggly and that's no blarney! U. S. D. A. GRADE A CHUBBY CHICK Double Stamps Every Wednesday on Purchases over $2.50 FRESH FIRM LETTUCE Jumbo Heads 10 EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS 125 Size APPLES Each 5 TEXAS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 5 lb.sack 25 rati°n Avocados EACH FRYERS Whole only lb. 29 MOHAWK BIG TEX PURE PORK SAUSAGE 59' MOHAWK ALL MEAT BOLOGNA S 39' DECKER'S TEXAS CERVELAT ; 49< SWIFT PREMIUM CORKED BEEF i 85' SAMUELS MOHAWK THICK SLICED El ACON2 ib-pkg- 95£ D-CON Ready Mix LB CTN. FLOUR WE SELL SWIFT PREMIUM BEEF Gladiola 5 lb. sack STARKIST 35? chunk tuna GRIFFIN shredded coconut No. i/2 Tin 8 ox. pkg. 29c GRIFFIN waffle syrup Quart 49* TOWIE stuffed olives 3 oz. Jar CRACKERS 25* n.b.c. 1 ib. bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

31 9í 3í 3< ; ► THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 16, 1961 PAGE THREE EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Editor-in-chief Linda Watson Assistant Editor Mary Maitland Business Manager - Judy Banks Circulation Manager ,Leonard Berry Assistant Circulation Mgr Davia Black Sports Editor Bobby Long Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Ramey Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Snooper We are very sorry to hear a very enjoyable time at Denton that Charles Wilcox and Peggy this weok end. They attended have called it quits. Charles the State Future Teachers' Con- WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING seems to be doing all right for himself. He has been seen with Lila Jean Long and Norleine Morgan lately. Couples in the show Sunday night were: Judy Ramey and vention. Connie Bailes was so sad this weekend because the locker plant bought his calf. Betty Jo Tosh had a slumber party Friday night. All who Ronnie Frazer, Judy Banks and were there sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

Cub Scout County Fair Is Saturday The annual Cub Scout Coun- try Fair scheduled here Satur- day night from 6 to 0 i- excepted cd to entertain some ¿.MX) per- sons, announces Alton Aberna- thy, chairman. Fifteen nice prizes are to be awarded the Cutis who have sold the most tickets to the af fair. Door prizes are also to be TPEA Continued from I'a tie One Mrs. Edith Vick. Karl Boss. Tom Holcond), Mayo Starkey. Marie Buller, Elbert Riggs and M. S (iilbert. awarded on the half hour to visitors, stated the chairman. Cubs from Rusk, Henderson, Jacksonville, Pine Tree, Over- ton, and New London, will be present at the National Guard Armory here this Saturday even- ing to assist in fia me booths and food booths. "A bifi evening of fun and entertainment for the entire family is our goal," commented Abernathy. "We have KTLU's Jim Carroll lined up to emcee the event." Proceeds are divided 50%. One half goes to the Arrow- head District and the remaining half is divided equally anion;' the part...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

íT uas air conditioning was tlu- principal top- ic of discussion when I niled (las employees of the East Texas distribution division met in Nacogdoches Thursday. Left to ri lit uro James A. Wilson, of Shrcveport, vie prosident; i„ <;. Malloch, of Jacksonville, East Texas division manager; Oran A. Spence, local representative in Kn.sk, and J. C. Flanagan and J. G. Dczelle, both of Houston, vice presidents. Meetings At Church Are Scheduled An all day district rally for (ho Seventh - Day Advenlist churches of Lufkin, Salmon Nacogdoches, and Rusk will be held in the Rusk Presbyterian Church on March 1ñ. M. IT. son, S. I). A. pastor from Jcr!Vr- son, will be the featured speak- er at 11:00 A. M. Sabbath School will conveno at 9:30 under the direction of Mrs. Gabe Furra Mrs. Floyd Rrigham will teach the adult ' lesson. Departments will be available for all ages. A singspiration will follow the afternoon meeting. Lunch and supper will be spread together at a place depending on the weath...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX MARCH 16, 1961 MAYDELLE NEWS... (Held from last week) By Mrs. Minnie Conner Mrs. Sallie Brittain, 85, long time resident of Maydelle, died ed from the Pleasant Grove len Shermans. First Baptist Church near May Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill of delle. Tuesday at 2 o'clock with Palestine visited with her sis- Rev. Blackman, pastor of the ters, Mrs. Klsie Fondren and T- i , . church, officiating. Coy Pete Mattie Ezell Sunday. February 19 at Dalit's where she ' .. ... — . r, ,, «. vUilinK her son. W. P. Br,.- °'°V" spent several c^°'r s'nK¡ng. Interment the weekend in Ft. Worth with was in the Pleasant Grove Ceme- their children. tain. She had weeks with her son, Albert, at , . ,l , Houston before going to Dallas. u"(lt>r the d.reetioii oí a Mr. Hoy ( amp spent the week Her health had been failing for r)alI:,s flint'raI h<>™ fPa b,fr ™ am' Y ,! several months. She was born wer", ^ °f Ur"ed to T'mPle Mondfly ,,n a August 26, 1870 in Arkansas and Mr C"j>^nd an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

ay torn- to I'ood. Iff' .. *. Ihose |th L ceive • • !« He- rn Is [8 H 9« ESE 3< > any Increased Mail Delivery Is Net In Sight For City The limited home mail deliv pry in the city of Rusk will continue until the city meets the requirements necessary to lextehd city routes, according to (Postmaster Fred W. Lunsford. At; the moment, home deliv- ery is limited to a one carrier, ILioness Club Has I Meeting Attending a regular month- ly meeting of the Rusk Lioness I Club Thursday were the follow- ing members: Mesdames Verdie Mae Banks, Norma Black, June Cooper, Marjorie Dickerson, Katherine Draper, Virginia Ed- wards, Eloise Pitts, (icne Mey- ers, Hazel Musick, Ethel Pledg- er, Sibyl Rozelle, Betty Stovall I and Jacque Whitten. Hostesses to the enjoyable I luncheon-meeting in Quinton's Restaurant were Mines. Pledger and 'Musick. The table was at- tractive with its spring center- piece of red bud and baby I breath. Mrs. Stovall offered the invoc- ation followed by roll call and a rea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT MARCH 16, 1961 WHAT Rusk Folks Teaches At Water School ARE DOING IJrucc McGce and Calvin Rei- gcl of the State Health Depart- ment's .sanitary engineering re- gional office in Rusk served as faculty members for the Tex- as water and sewage works short school which opened Sunday (March 12) at Texas A. and M. College. 'lhe event means back-to Mr. and Mrs. Oyer Musick of Baytown and Garrett Musick of Houston visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Black at- tended official opening of the A. Frank Smith Methodist Church at Alto Sunday. Bishop Smith of Houston delivered the message. Mr. and Mrs. George Baird Slides Of Isreal To Be Shown The Monday night topic in >he study of Revelation at The Rusk Seventh-Day Adventist church will be taken from chapter 7, Pastor Tom Carter announced. The slides to be shown will and Diane, Mrs. Ottice Hous-1 he of Israel. A short song scrv- ton of Houston spent the week ¿ce include a special nurn- end with their si...

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

dn«ji11rW**5• v": >' ■1"" H . m '-i i 1 I til loll 1.94 .49 Roll The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Candidates From A to Z Listed On Cherokee County's Senate Ballots Senate Candidates from A to Z, 72 of them in all, will per- plex Cherokee County voters April 4. The two coveted posit- ions on the local ballot—the first and last places—fío to Dr. G. II. Allen and Marcos Zertuche, both of Bexar County. Candidate Will Wilson, who had pressed for a drawing for positions, third from the bot- tom, just above arch opponent Jim Wright, and the third of three Wilsons announced for the post. The Cherokee County election board decided last week to leave the candidates in alphabetical order for the local ballot. This seemed as innocent a way aa any other, and it will make it a little easier on election judges when they tally up the vote. Some counties have drawn names to determine the order. Other leading candidates are in less conspicuous pl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

m ^iÉMÉiii #• REMEMBER... . A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold ond participate in the Church because it tells the truth cbout man's life, death and destiny; the truth which clone will set him free to live as a child of God. © 1961, Coleman Adv. S«rv., P. O. Box 4887, Doffat, Teta BE FAITHFUL TO THE LORD'S HOUSE We in our nation have • a grand heritage. Our children are free to choose clubs and organizations and are taught respect for our natio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

't Cherokee County Church Directory THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 16, 1961 PAGE THREI A 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 stifdy—6:30 p.m. 7:15 singing for 45 minutes SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Dalton McCleenny Sunday School—10 a.m. Worship Service—11 a.m. BTU—7 p.m. Evening W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE THIS MAN iS Cherokee County's Largest Car Dealer J. W. "Dub" Isaacs Isaacs Chevrolet Co sold over twice as many cars as any other county deal- er! You'll save hundreds of dollars if you'll visit Dub Isaacs before you trade cars. MOST FOLKS IN THIS AREA BUY New & Used Cars At Isaacs Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet - Pontiac - Buick Hi way 69 at "Y" in Rusk COMPARE THE CAR C THE COST WHETHER IT'S ANEW 1961 FORD or A GOOD USED CAR YOU'LL GET THE BEST DEAL WHEN YOU TRADE WITH LEEMAN ISAACS AT RUSK MOTOR SALES RUSK lb. Cars Wanted lop price1 paid fut Used Cars S c e u> [ir.it. J. C. Williams, ltu.sk. lc. Autos For Sale FOR SALE: Tomato plants, 6 miles west of Husk, Highway 84. I> Waggoner. 4 1 p 37 _ i 2a. Equipment For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cars at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk FOR SALK: Two Farmall...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

Jortunity /on Cos- ■in your In Gau- dier. |ive".T. prking 3 regular- proup of clients jished in |are will- ries, etc., posmet- plondale, pay up 4-1-C-39 JALD ry Iment 4262 kas to drink lyou want |, Rusk. tfc-38 is t h e loan to | No down payments. |)leman at Supply, 37. J-tfc-32 tACTORS: jrepair of liencc and Nurs- II be rc- 11he Nurs- Intil 10:00 1 24, 1961, licly open- lion, spec- ial forms office of lendent. 2-t-c-38 k'ern: J)e rcspon- lieurred in 1)1 her than Irion ,1 ary septic R. Pool, an. Prompt tfc-32 For ex- Ir and ser- jjrdal Radio fniy telcvi- class gov- iRusk area. Iservice on lost reason- Ices. The |ce in East tic-46 :d NS old coins, ville Coin second onth 8:00 fe. J-TFC-24 WING me Thursday 23! me To CLASSIFIEDS GUARANTEED RECAPPING Passenger Car Tires Paul Glass Service Station 106 N. Jackson Jacksonville Dr. W. ML Smith Osteopathic Physician SECOND FLOOR TEXAS BANK & TRUST BLDG. Jacksonville . .TELEPHONES . . Office: 8826 Res.; 8722 GUARANTEED Watch Repairs At HEN...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

MOST IN FAVOR OF RFA READ The Cherokeean Glass's Mail Heavy On REA Bill PAGE SIX RUSK, TEXAS MARCH 16, 1961 ■ ■ W 1-S ▼ / m THE CLASSIFIEDS ★ EDITORIALS ★ //?S A/ews Reporters The Internal Revenue Service (IIlS) has gone into the reporting btisiiv s. Ostensibly, its new enterprise is to warn taxpayer-, to not fuel!#* on income tax report: I Jul juduing from its news releases it seems thai it would be a good idea for the government to get out of the new- reporting field and leave it to legiti- mate services. The most recent IRS item reported the. indictment of a Corpus Christ i phy ician. In- dictments are news, in the sen it- that private- ly owned news agencies know news. Indict- ments cbnie from (¡rand Juries, which is a group of citizens who meet to determine if evidence against a person is sufficient for a criminal trial It i- not a trial and an indict- ment Knot tantamount to guilt. Utf IRS new release started out ail right enough, but before the end of the story, it had lost s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 March 1961

of lac- Mi- lled lusk Southwestern Electric Adds Employees, Barton Promoted To Chief Clerk Of Firm Col. Raleigh Sherman of Jack- sonville, was employed by South* western Electric Service Com- pany in the Jacksonville Divi- sion Office recently to replace John Barton who took over the duties of Chief Clerk, replacing Clint Whitaker, recently retired. John Barton joined the Com- pany September 1, 1958. He was born in Overton, Texas, where he graduated from Over- ton High School in 1951. He also attended Kilgore Junior Col- lege, Texas University, and Ste- COL. RALE1GN SHERMAN JOHN BURTON GEORGE TALMADGE DODD I phcn F. \ustin College. His education was interrupted by military scrvicc from 1954 to 1956 when he served with an Army guided missile unit at Fori Bliss and also at Fort Sill. Mr. Barton is a member of the Jacksonville Lions C 1 u b, Jacksonville, Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a scoutmaster of Boy Seoul Troup 401. He is also a member o| the First Methodist Church of Jackson- ...

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

* *!• Hunt's HUNTS TOMATO-RAMA STORE-WIDE SALES EVENT-SPECIAL LOW PRICES! r*. tn. HUNT'S SLICED OR HALVES i •vivwwfeMwfft • • •' #< • vVtv. itkv. WWfci .-«liWi•« HUNT'S TOMATO HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 300 ■ ^ fi 20 oz. boh BETTY CROCKER ANGEL FOOD CAKE No. 2'/j $>f.0C White-Fudge Swirl, Orange Pineapple, or Orange Chiffon NO 300 CANS DIETARY FOOD POWER HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE 10 NO 300 CANS $100 BREAST-O-CHICKEN CHUNK STYLE 61 ¿ oz. can WILSON S CHOPPED BEEF ihu :J<5 HUNT'S SOLID PACK TOMATOES 6 NO 300 CANS HUNT'S TOMATO CATSUP 5 PEACHES 6 " T CATSUP 4 $100 APRICOTS 41 11 HE HUNT'S BARTLETT MIX PFfliK A '1X iLiHllV No. 300 cans I. II IT YD IT A A I NABISCO'S FAMOUS ASSORTMENT Ml" I Kr(jl|l — COOKIES «... 35* TÍÍNfl NABISCO'S GRAHAM | UlUl CRACKERS . .. 33( ,? AMERICAN BEAUTY Dll FLOUR 10 lb. bag 95í ClW 11 AUNT JEMIMA CORN UHUVfc I I ■8PHI 5-f 29 HUNT'S TOMATO MEAL 25,bb.9 1 SAUCE 3 HUNT'S TOMATO W PASTE 5 49c F00D2 HUNTS TOMATO omo p£NNY JUICE 4 . ... 1" MATCHES 3 HUNT'S TOMA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

cor Round... unth Roundabout AMONG OTHER TALK, the word's out that Rusk has got to do something about Highway 69. Ifs a first-class dilemma wo'va got, but which somehow has got to be resolved. THE OWNERS OF PROPER- TY that stands to be taken are reacting as most of us would . . . they'd just as soon not be affected. And if they are, they want compensation. THE CITY CAN ill afford to get into the right-of-way busi- ness, we are told. So what you have is a stalemate with a dou- ble-lane highway in the bal- ance. THE STATE HIGHWAY DE- PARTMENT, we are also told, is not unsympathetic, but it has problems of its own. That a- gency will probably concede ev- ery point that it can, we hear, but it also expects the city to do some ball carrying. MORE ENCOURAGING NEWS on the airport. Combine our fine highways with this new facility and we'll have a county way out in front ir. accessibility to transportation. WASHINGTON ASKED FOR IT and Perrin Willis (KTLU's early morning radio man) is going t...

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

• "" * +,?*-'¿(A.*.**;. y*1* H.. «< X /S sw, ■ *V * v. <Sfáj¡W#í/xféS rfm, plggly wTggly I Spring's here! There's a new feeling to the air! Your family 11 be hungry for something fresh and green ... so come to Piggly Wiggly and shop a won- derful selection of garden fresh fruits and vegetables . . . crisp, green things * that will perk up appetites anfl encourage "... Seconds, please!" For the fin- est springtime foods, shop Piggly Wiggly! We Give S&H Green Stamps. Double Stamps Every W vidnesday On Purchases Over $2.50 FIRM GREEN EXTRA S&H STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF EACH \ GALLON CABELL'S HOMOGENIZED MILK tuce LARGE HEAD FRESH GREEN EXTRA S&H STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF EACH PACKAGE OF AMERICAN BEAUTY ELBO-RONI celery JUMBO STALK Tomwto Catsup Hunt's 14 oz. bot. Tomato Sauce Hunt's 3—8 oz. Tin TOMATOES Hunt's Italian No. 300 Tin * peaches Hunt's No. 2 4 Tin ,§ RADISHES OR green onions BUNCHES new Modess* VEE-FORM anatomically shaped ■ 45$ refund! sec our display RED pota...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 23, 1961 PAGE THREE EAGLES ECHO EAGLES- ECHO STAFF 1960 1961 Editor-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 Ramey Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Snooper The Band Concert and Variety were: Judy Banks and Jimmey Show was a big success last Thursday and Friday nights! A- mong the many couples attend- ing were Darlene Fitts and John Hood, Mollie Trotter and Billy Joe Maness, Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton, Kenneth Martin and Mary Kate Guinn, Keith McKnight and Linda Weaver, Curtis Norton and Letha Mae Clifton, George White and Judy Sales. Chris von Doenhoff and Lynda Matlock, Roger Williams and Gay Dotson, Judy Mayes and Raymond Ver- million, Brent Smith and Sonja Wilcox, Connie Bailes and Na- nette Schochler, Coach and Mrs. Gri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR MARCH 23, 1961 Maydelle News— Mrs. Minnie Conner Mrs. Mattie Cellum of Troup and Mr. and Mrs. Walter White of Garland visited the Haden Lupers this week end. Rev. Blackmail, pastor of Forest News By 0. L. ODOM Jlrs. Hazel She rrnun of May- delle was a visitor of her moth- er. Mrs. E. I). Melvin arid Claud Saturday. ilrs. Beatrice Henderson of Niteville, Flu. and daughter, Mrs. Vernie Tullís of Alto, visited with her sister, Mrs. C A. Odom Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Spcnee Swann and Mrs, ('. 11. Fitts visited with his sister, Mrs K. 1 Melv- in and Claude Tuesda. Hillie Sessions of Aloy visited his e.vint, Mrs. 'Jennie .lames, Saturday. Mrs. Millie Moake and Susan and Miss I¡oselta Viviano of Nacogdoches visited awhile Sun day ui h her family, the C. A Odonis. Charles Odom and Miss Ina Jo Swirlk of Husk visited a while Sunday night with his family, the ('. A Odoms Mjr. W. L. Harrison was a bus iness visitor in Rusk Saturday. Mrs. Marie Durham, Estelle Byers, and Mr...

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