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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

i, 19*1 THE CHEROKEEAN shoulder or :ted other i your d sup* e have irt of PAGE THREE MARCH 30, 1961 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 We would like to congratul- ate the dance band for winning a trophy at Huntsville Saturday. Way to go, kids! James Beathard and Mary Beth Copeland have been seen in t h e halls together lately. Hmmmmm! Charles Echols has been rid-1 ing an imaginary horse to school lately and tying it outside the chemistry lab. Thursday morn- ing the horse ate Mr. Martins hedge bushes. COME N O WÜ! Red Bird Russell seems to think he has been left out of the paper lately. Why don't you get a girlfriend so the snoops would...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

I é & ■y. rr '/®&M HLm IP8$1 ^totfeCiülííHgffurcffelfeWffi aster-the Prince of Peace is risen CHEROKEE COUNTY'S Church of the Week $ The Mixon Baptist Church : &> m •• ••• . -V v- mm '•i ---i, ■- •#"' •/ -*<?V ' ♦ n^i •'gaTiv'-*^ pPijp WPW The Mixon Baptist Church serves the north end of Cher- okee County und is one of the oldest churches in this area. Rev. Henry Johnson is 1 he pastor of the church. lie and Ji ; his wife live in the church parsonage. Sunday School is held each Sunday morning at 10:00 A. M. and the morning worship serv- ice begins at 11:00 A. M. Even- ing services begin with Train- ing services at 7:00 P. M. and the worship service is held at 8:00 P.M. Mid week services are held each Wednesday at 7:110 P. M. This Religious Message and Broadcast Sponsored By These Friendly Firms Wallace Funeral Home i' usk, Texas E. B. Musick Insurance Agency Moseley Drug Store Rexall Nyal-Prescriptions Rusk, Texas | Rusk, Texas First State Bank I Member F.D.I.C. Ru...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

Train- 1. and eld at held P. M. i, Jr. Ct9 & St. *xas hers |me xas Sr. ir, Jr. Insurance lie, Texas mier _ exas restock irday icksonville ' c Co. ee exas Ready- •ete way exas iio & ce k UM age an Mat Cherokee County Church Directory Jacksonville and Area Churches THE MARCH 30, .1961 CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE Rusk Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD Paster: 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—B: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 —1.1:00 a m. " Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. A. Covin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

! © DEL MONTE SLICED PINEAPPLE 21? No. 1 Flat Tin WE GIVE S&H STAMPS Double Stamps ^ Every Wed. On Purchases Over $2.50 BONNIE BAKER TALL CANS 45 KOOL-AID 6 Pkgs. 25? SILVER DIP AND RINSE Each m OVEN SHINE OVEN CLEANER 12 oz. Bot. m IRONING BOARD COVERS Each 99? FLORIENT 98l DEODORANT Eco. Size VEL BEAUTY BAR 239? UPTON'S TEA V\ Lb. Pkg. 45? VEL POWDER 35? Large Box VEL LIQUID 73? Giant Bottle FAB Large Box 32? AJAX CLEANSER 2 Keg. cms 35? CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP 2 Bath Sue 29? SUPER SUDS 30? Large Box AD DETERGENT Giant Box 68? 12 oz. PINE OIL 39? COLE'S PALMOLIVE 2 Bath Size 29? PALMOLIVE 3 Reg. Bars 29? TUNA Chicken of the Sea Chunk Style No. fi Tin 37? FLUFFO 3 lb. Tin S3< COFFEE Admiration 1 lb. pkg. 59 the verybest! Easter, the big springtime holiday! That important Easter dinner has come to be an enjoyable family tradition. Put a 4'new look" to your table with these 0 wonderful Easter foods from Piggly Wiggly! Your family'll love 'em and you'll save money shopping Piggly...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

The Cherokeean * cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Article Published In Outlook "Building to Learn" is the title of an article in the cur- rent issue of TEXAS OUTLOOK (March), by Gene Tomlin, resi- dent of Alto, and elementary school principal at Douglass. "Construction of dioramas is a fascinating craft which can incorporate other subjects ef- fectively. My fifth and sixth grade students and I have found them especially useful in science, social studies and read- ing. "In social studies, we have built three of they miniature scenes — a coral island with palm trees and tiny sea shells, a facsimile of Yosemite Fallas, and a model of early James- town. Each presented its own special problems, but solving them and working to the con- clusion of the project brought the joy of fulfillment as well lis providing an effective tool for construction." The article relates step by step the construction of this teaching aid, the diorama. Besides his teaching dut...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

52 5 MILLION APPROPRIATION JÜ16 Cherokeean^ Senate Votes Phantom Finances ★ EDITORIALS ★ Laos and Politics President Kennedy is reportedly worried by the political consequences of a war in Laos to which the United States would be a party. He is afraid, news dispatches say, that such an event would'label the Democratic Party as a "war party". This should not be a factor. This country's policies and principles—already frighteningly diluted by political expediency—ought to be pursued to their fullest, especially as they per- tain to communist aggression. The President has been assured of Rep- ublican backing in his moves. And his unequi- vocal position stated in various ways has been widely applauded. If East-West hostilities come in Laos, and if the President feels that situation warrants C'ir participation, then he will have the support of the nation. Morever, he will have its con- tinued support as long as war is treated as war and not a same of chess as was the case with Korea. The...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

rked out. bated land Taxatio T>ring the po ley throug tax. neard on tw Page 3 AFtlMNCfS m lere'* was idal- |/alu« but Ippl*. I Ask lion. .V 'ANY People Engaged In Agriculture Makes Up 40 Per Cent of the Population of US Co. By Dr. P. A. Young Tomato Experiment Station With the help of fishers, we -. raise all of the food that people .""~eat. Our hens lay 12 eggs per carton, our cow gives several boxes of cold milk per day; our tomatoes yield the pretty bins "" of red fruits in the grocery store; we sell pork from content- ed hogs; beefsteak from content- —~cd steers; golden loaves oi Z jjread, hot biscuits, and cakes from the vast wheat farms; fluf- fy rice from the rice ponds; oats to help you feel your oats; *~>hops to help you hop gleefully; that compete with synthetic fibers for clothes; and the many other products that come from the land. Of course, we farm- ers are only 11% of the popul- ation but we have the help of 29% more of the people in buying, processing, financin...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ,.. BUY - SELL - TRADE / /i;'\ f 'Í /I"/. ■' ■■ / CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. AUTOMOTIVE ff YOU WANT PRICES on NEW OR USED CARS HERE IS THE MAN TO SEE! W W WO**MpnpMft it j. w. #/ DUB // ISAACS Isaacs Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet - Pontiac - Buick Hiway 6ftfcV"Y" in Rusk Looking? FOR THE ... lb. Cars Wanted Top prices paid for Used Cars. See us first. J. C. Williams, Rusk. lc. Autos For Sale Don't Look Any More The Place To Go For The Lowest Prices and The Best Deals On NEW 1961 FORDS and €00D USED CARS IS TO: RUSK MOTOR SALES RUSK USED CARS Big Selection of Fin* Used Car* at Bargain Price J. C. WILLIAMS Your Ramblar D*al*r R«*k | IT 2a. Equipment For Sale FOR SALE: Two Farmall Trac- tors. One 1 row, one 2-row. Both with disc, mower and equip- ment. Priced right. J. C. Wil- liams, Phone MU 3-4444, Rusk. 4-t-c-36 FOR SALE: One house, un- finished. to l>v moved, or house and lot. 1/. N. Bolls, MU 3-4547. 1 I p 41 FOR SALE: N...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

LASS IFIEDS GUARANTEED RECAPPING Passenger Car Tim Paul Glass Service Station 1jQ6 N. Jackson Jacksonville Dr. W. M. Smith Osteopathic Physician SECOND FLOOR TEXAS BANK & TRUST BLDG. Jacksonville . .TELEPHONES . . Office: 8826 Res.; 8722 m GUARANTEED Watch Repairs At HENRY'S JEWELERS Phono MU 3-4645 Rusk O'Dell Drilling Company WATER WELLS Contractors—Engineers Refldential, Agricultural, Industrial Phone 8581 — Jacksonville Men and Women Needed 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. High pay, advancement. Send name, address, phone number and time home. If rural give directions. Box 316, The Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas. tfc-32 Humph? tt* words} aa AC0UST1 C. P. MOSLEY Dealer Complete Stock of Supplies for all makes 538 El Paso Phone 4-128 Jacksonville CHEROKEE See the New Line of Admiral TV Sets Now In Our Shop Bill's Radio Cr TV (Bill Bolton) Specially tra...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

SAMUEL'S MOHAWK Put ALL your Easter feasting needs in ONE basket—and save time and money! Why hippety-hop from shop to shop hunting for values when the BIG SUPER-SAVERS are right in front of you at BROOKSHIRE BROS.? Here, you'll get everything you need for happy Easter feasting in one quick, pleasant stop and our STOREWIDE LOW PRICES will enable you to FEAST FOR THE LEAST. SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI., AND SAT., THRU APRIL 1st RUSK, TEXAS ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SHOULDER ROUND GOOD TENDER LOIN i MORRELL S ¿tS* I, 6 % No. 303 can y-y Wilson's Certified HALF or WHOLE B !< FRESH DRESSED FRYERS B Lb. Pkg. 3 Lb. Can Lb. Lb. 851 UNGRADED OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY 2,2 °L cans WONDER LONG GRAIN CRISPY WHOLE SWEET 2 lb. box SAUCE wKisr i unv/uB, « 25< PICKLES FAMOUS STAR PURPLE HULL No. 300 cans PEAS 2 FAMOUS STAR BLACKEYED No. 300 cans Ireland's Sliced or Chipped Barbecued Pit Cooked BEEF BROOKSHIRE'S TEA PILLSBU MIXES 3 NABISCO FANCY COOKIES No. 300 can '/ lb. pkg. PILLSBURY CAKE —Your...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

B f i * SEQUEL—The Cherokeean EASTER AROUND THE WORLD Mrs. James Fisher New New Easter Outfit Is Old Custom President oiRuskP-T A From Paris, Illinois, to Paris, celebrated with dancing and France, from Sweden to Syria, bullfights. Christians find hope and joy in Easter. They also find differ- ent ways to celebrate the holi- day. In France and some other European countries, church bells do not ring from Good Friday to Easter. According to a Children in Denmark and Norway trim birch branches with paper streamers on Shrove Tuesday and playfully beat their elders until they receive hot cross buns. During Lent, Swedish people decorate their houses with birch twigs trim- med with chicken feathers. church awakens the people ear- ly on Easter morning, and they sing and pray as they wait for the dawn. Outdoor sunrise ser- vices are observed in m a n y places, such as the Hollywood Bowl in California and the Hawaiian Punchbowl, overlook- ing Honolulu. — World Book Encyclopedia Mrs. James Fis...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

SEQUEL—The Cherokeean The Case Against Censorship The movies, they say #re -better iban ever. This is a truism which exists alongside its •mithesis, to wit, movies are worse than ever. ! h case for censorship has been built around these latter films. Just as the motion picture industry's < !.iims of better entertainment have an oppos- • o, the case for censorship also has an oppos- ue. Almost ever>bod> is against the cheap film which sensationalizes illicit love and all f this of immorality, including the many movie i. "tses themselves who bill the shows to keep I ioir doors open. But can this evil be erased • censorship at the time the movie is made « *■ later b\ comir.unitj screening boards? The r «vies are also a medium of communications '■.;ich claim immunity under the bill of rights. This particular right is often abused, but reasonable punishment should not exclude the offender from this protection. Actually, there .is no law consistent With the Constitution which cou...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

Í,U< íLiuin, i ijuj Berry and son of Sardis. dent; Mrs. Wilson Folden, sec- Kelsey. lowing the home festivities. • • i • • r i> ' SEQUEL—The Cherokeean i i . * i i : , . • •R3NH- M Zora Parks Day' Fetes First Lady "It's been routine—enjoyable two sheriff's deputies stationed but routine.' Mrs. Zora Parks jn the bank, and it kept the said in describing her forty- staff so jittery that every strang- SEQUEL—The Cherokeean five years of continoas bank employment. But that's not to say that her's has been a dull career. She's got thousands of friends and window Number 1 at the First State Bank is ?. popular one. her long-time colleague, E. B. Mu- sick, said. On March 15 the bank set a- side "Zora Parks Day" in some- thing of a tribute to the lady who has served the institution long and well. That was her last day with the bank. She had worried about it for a long time. Should she quit or shoot for 50? At last she decided to retire. And as she did, it left First er looked as if he w...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

& THE SEQUEL—The Cherokeean THE SEQUEL—The Cherokeean Engagement, Coming Texas Cancer Toll Shows Increase Marriage, Told Here NOT FOR POSTURE CONTESTS Malignant neoplasms — as cancer is listed in statistical studies—claimed 11,390 Texas lives during 1960 according to State Health Department pro- visional estimates. This is a rise of only about 300 deaths over the final 1959 figures. However, the 1960 death rate—per 100.000 estimated po- pulation — was 118.4 compared to 117 7 for the previous year. Only heart diseases caused more deaths in Texas last year. Deaths from cancer begin to take a significant toll after age 40, when the rates begin rising sharply over the earlier years. The key to cancer cure or ar- rest lies in early detection, a fact which is repeated contin- uously to the public over every possible news and information outlet. However, one leading national organization estimates that only one out of six women have phy- sical examinations each year. For women early ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

Microfilm P O Box Service fe SÜui ÜÜtM cor City Sporting Bargains In 3rd 'Rusk Day Spectacular Rusk businesses this Friday which will attract most every- The special prices on popular merchants. mittee. two-color, double-page advertí- ing, cosmetics to accesorios and . . ... . . . ,• iiii i . it-1 mi. bttcv cn,.«in11i> nnlnnrl Uamc in aaAn cnmont flnnlianpos Rusk businesses this Friday will put their specials together for the city's third consecutive RUSK DAY feature. Together the businesses have amassed a long list of bargains which will attract most every- one. RUSK DAY, a monthly fea- ture held the first Friday in each month, began early this year as a city-wide trades pro- motion feature. The special prices on popular items are featured each month in The Cherokeean in order to stimulate business and at the same time win more friends and regular shoppers for city merchants. Added to this month's RUSK DAY is all-day free parking, courtesy of the city council and arranged for by...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO APRIL t, 1*61 March 26 Minutes Of The Mozart Music Club Of Alto March 20. 1961. Meeting of the Mozart Music Club was called to order by President Sue Sess- ions. The Junior Hymn of the Month was performed by Glen- da Williams at the piano arid Cliff Sessions on the violin. We repeated the Junior Pled- ge and Club Collect. Dorothy Adams, secretary, called the Roll and read the minutes of the last meeting. Jan Butterfield presented the Keyboard Junior. Hilton Hassell, treasurer, gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Fenner gave a report on the Bach Festival; sixteen pu- pils attended. Norrie Feiders of Longview, Myra Johnson of Alto and Sue Sessions of Wells, all made ex- cellent ratings at the Bach Fest- ival. Dorothy Ann Adams of Husk, has written a composition. Med- itation in O, and Mrs. Fenner will send it into the Music Fed- eration. Mary Maddux of Alto won a scholarship to Denton College. New and old business was electing a new Parliamentarian and Hilton Has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

"i I - r 1 «fflr w ¥ & foifanePfates! -<Sfi «Í If you want to pitch some sizzlin' good meals right over home plates, there's no better place to go into "spring train- ing" than your Piggly Wiggly supermarket! Piggly Wig- gly's appetizing selection of wonderful foods can turn even the quickest meal into a home run! For the best in foods, for consistent savings, shop Piggly Wiggly regularly! We Give S&H Green Stamps Double Stamps Every Wednesday On Purchases Over $2.50 PEAS Del Monte Sugar jm C 303 5100 J Cans 1 Del Monte Cut ^ /\/\ Green B@ailS 4 a $1 PEARS Del Monte ^ ^ ^ ^ 4<- *|00 _ Tp. _ __ ^.-l— Del Monte CATSUP s ,4ozbots L)el Monte ^ A A $100 FRUIT COCKTAIL * NO. 300 CANS $100 PIACHES 3 E£L 87' TA1||,|A |m* Llel Monte J|00 l omato Juice 9 no. 300 * - DEL MONTE CRUSHED- edQQ Pinea^ie rrf r 1 *. É? Del Monte $100 Tomato Sauce ... 1 Sauerkraut -— 6<"l100 iiiifir r":;~ple $100 JUIIE 7 No. 2 Tins 1 SPSHACH - 7 21 $100 Pineapple • Grapefruit jB 29 O7 <£$00 nfflNK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR APRIL 6, 1961 Attend Neighboring TB Meet; Skin Tests Set Cherokee County Tuberculos- is Association officials attended the annual meeting of the An- gelina County TB Association Egg Hunt Enjoyed An Easter EfiK hunt was en- joyed by a group of youngsters! a i the V. J. !,onp iiome last Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 p.m. The hostess, Judy Faye ¡.on.. was assisted by her moth- er and brother Bobby, and sis- ters. Lila Jean and Rose Mary wiih party duties. (¡iie-t.-- included Melody Cha it- man, Betty Joyce llalbert, I.inda ,lo\ Lusk, Terrie Lou White bend, Terry Mancss, Joe Hay Ballard, Riikey liyrd. Alan (¡oldsherry, Dennis Richards Lynn Kelly. Kenny Fullcn. Sle\ ie Mupree, (Jury Fisher. Tom- my Spurfiers. and Jimmy Pry or. Uefreshments of etip cakes, cookii'S, punch and candy were served. last Friday. March 31st at Luf- kin. They were: Wm. I!. Ilarris- on, president; Bill Parrott, treasurer; Mrs. Ralph Kesler, stale board director; and Mrs. (,'. J Jlarkins. ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

~ T,< •I.M| KdS I Mitt «•fit hicN I u >i |rucs , |Onc "« L'hl'S. , 1857,;' •1 1 íí^íl- |l be"" m.j lb lie- n I abler * rris.::,, ixasj > lent.,17, , I: ;,¡¡¡ V * We Tip Our Hats m TO OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES to their officials and their employees during ... TEXAS INDUSTRY WEEK APRIL 2 THROUGH APRIL 8 64* '¿•Jr* We are indeed proud of our industrial family. Much of the time you are taken for granted, while we are in the quest for new industries to locate in our area. We are proud to have you here and we recognize the tremendous effect you and your employees have on our community. You and your employees; are our friends, neighbors, and customers; always take an important part in the civic, social and church activities; and your financial contribu- tions has a tremendous effect on the overall economy of our city. ' We, the citizens of your town, take this opportunity to show our appreciation to you and we join together in say- ing THANK YOU! Southwestern Abstract Co. Louise's Beau...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

Stop -Shop - Save at BROOKSH1RE BROS,, for every item's priced to save you money. Our shelves are fílíed with row upon row of items that have the lowest price in town. High quality plus our low prices guarantees than you save more when you shop BROOKSHIRE BROS. Win Libby's $25.00 Green Thumb sweepstakes. Get de- tails and official entry blank at BROOKSHIRE BROS. For there are 2241 chances for you to win. Catsup Libby's T omatc 14 0Z. LIBBY'S PURE ORANGE JUICE 5 - r DRINK 4 LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE & GRAPEFRUIT $4.00 Qt. cans Libby's Cream Style Golden or Golden Whole Kernel 1 LIBBY'S Y. C. SLICED OR HALVES LIBBY'S TOMATO peaches 5n° :::r juice 2 LIBBY'S BARTLBTT LIBBY'S TOMATO pears 4n:: r sauce 6 46 óz. cans 8 oz. cans 59* 59c Coffee Folger's Pound Can LIBBY'S DEEP MINTED LIBBY'S WHOLE PEELFD pineapple 3 "it0 tomatoes 4'tt farm Fresh PRODUCE LIBBY'S LIBBY'S GARDEN GREEN LIMA No. 303 $4 .00 LIBBY'S CUT GREEN SUGAR LOAF BEANS 4™t beans 5 " T PINEAPPLE LARGE SIZE 21 mm® WASHINGTON WINESA...

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