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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

Public May Enter Flower Show "Weather the Year 'Round" is the theme chosen by Rusk's two garden clubs for their annual llower «how April 22 and 23. The Rusk Garden Club and Daf- fodil Garden Club have elected Mrs. Carl Wipprecht and Mrs. Raymond Vermillion show chair- men, respectively. The event is to be held in the basement of the courthouse, j and will be open to the public both days from *2 to 7 p.m. Nat- ionally accredited judges will, be here to grade the entries and select winners. As in the past, the horticult- ure division is open to the pub- lie. Other categories are limited to active members. p" "Flowers Through the I^ain- «— bow" has been selected as the Horticulture's theme, with the registration of entries under the direction of Mrs. Jack I'in- nn. Anyone who wishes to enter this division is urged to call her at MU 3-2638 prior to April; — 15th. Entries will be accepted! """" in the order made. W*** 1 Other rules of interest to¡ til those entering t.hc> Horticulture...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT APRIL 6, 1961 .QUICK SERVICE - rubber stamps IT AMP PADS - inks notary seals STENCILS THE CHEROKEEAN Sweet Sale Scheduled A ^roup of Rusk ladies plan a Sweet Sale on the square in downtown Rusk this coming Sat- urday. Beginning at 9 a.m., del- icious homemade cakes, pies, cookies and candy will be dis- played for purchase on the West Side of the Square, in front of Mathews Miller. 0 VISIT HERE Recent guests in tile Henry fiuenzcl home were Mr, and Mrs. John Gucnzel of Hearne ! and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Crouch 1 of Calvert. SPECIALS Thurbdjy, Friday & Saturday, April 6-7-8 Tex-La Horse & Mule Feed 100 lb. bag 2.98 Shorts 100 lb. burlap bag 2.29 Steel Cut Yellow Corn Chops 100 lb. bag 2.98 Baby Chicks We have them everyc'ay. Field & Pasture Seeds W? have a good stock and shall appreciate your busi- ness. Love Grass Seed We have it in stock and the price is only about half as much as it was last year. Free $2.19 Spray Gun With each purchase of a 3 l...

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

iter host- I meet- iappa ltd is pro- Bel- e w H Y P A Y R E N T THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 6, 1961 PAGE ONE EAGLES ECHO on food, or on clothes or fun, as A Superintendent there was, and 0£5155'. HÜaB EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager ... • Circulation Manager As.-,!;,'¿.lit Circulation Mgr Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors . . Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, Sponsor 1960-1961 Linda Watson Mary Maitland Judy Banks Leonard Berry David Black Bobby Long Jimmy Rarney Sonja Wilcox, Brent and Glenn Lloyd Mrs. Lewis McCarroll ENGLISH Literature Parodies APRIL FOOLS The other day Mrs. McCar- roll's literature class decided to write a few compositions, re- flecting their previous studies. Here are a few of them: The following poems are par- odies based upon poems taken from English Literature, with apologies to the Cavalier Poets, Chaucer and Shakespeare. Counsel To Sherrell Gather your boyfriend while you may James Archie's still aflying And the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

Á RED TAG RUSK DAY SPECIAL AT The Smart Shop All sales final ... no credit Summer Dresses 8.95 Best Selection! Regularly priced at $10.98, $12.93, $14.98! Come early for better selection! This special for 3 days only—April 6-7-8. The Smart Shop of rusk RED RUSK DAY ONLY Featuring Old-Fashioned "Bargain Counter" 50'; 60% off EXTRA SPECIAL Leilani Silver Reg. $3.00 BUFFET SERVER Now SI.00 Henry's Jewelers North Side of Square GIANT SELL-A-TH0N COURTESY OF THESE RUSK BUSINESSES pfe. • ¡it FRIDAY ONLY SPECIAL Fried Chicken Lunch Two pieces of chicken, mash- ed potatoes, dessert, hot rolls •nd coffee or tea. 35 TEXAS CAFE Ü mm | 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 Cable Company ■AÍZWUit^'Wt i —1—^ MI Record Grab Bag 15 Records (45 R.P.M.) Only 50¿ All records from KTLU'S record library KTLU-1580 Rusk. Texas w >■ $ H J K . I ft '' Fil"! i ¡9'.; t IS I i W M •> ^j¡ '.'KittW...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

FRIDAY APRIL ÜIBBWik Admiration Coffee Lightcrust Flour Imperial Sugar Fresh Fryers Neuhoff Lonesi Bacon Lb. 25 lbs. 10 lbs. Lb. Lb. 59* 1.79 98 i 29* 49 % Browning's Grocery and Market Wash n Wear Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS $1.39 Reg. to $15 00 FELT HATS $7.95 Knox Ray Men's Wear South Sido of Square Rusk, Texas .'.V' i'.- PB WzXl 9H 1 Home Made ICECREAM Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry or Banana Nut # Regular 65c % - 50' Zero Food Lockers :v.' ImfrnW'^M. t? ■ ■. Aí |j > v v ¡SÉ HR' "*> '■ 1 ' ! iM ' V..: $ m -J. ::s ;) ft i'X f \ ' ríj^. ^ ^ Í 'll " - HMflnH Sale! Mens SPORT SHIRTS Special Purchase For Rusk Days! $1.00 Wash 'n Wear Shirts with two pockets. Cut Full, Sanforized! Nice Patterns! S-M-L-XL. Mathews-Miller i'w RUSK DAY ONLY! Large Economy Size Spraynet, Aquonet by Rayette Reg. *2.00 Friday only 1 * 50 IPs time to be thinking about er.d-of-school activities! Call MU 3-4777 and make your appointment early for a new Permanent Wave to took your best during the important ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR APRIL 6, 1961 what Rusk Folks m DOING Letter To The Editor WHAT Rusk Folks Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L). Freeman and and Mrs. Willie Hudson and ¡Freddie of Lufkin also were daughters were Mr. and Mrs. here for the christening. W. E, Finley of Henderson. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Guinn,, .... .. „ Mike Hall has been spending and Mrs. Minton Jones a n d Kavin and Beth of Dallas were the week wi(h hjs Rran(]father. Mary Nell, Mrs. Ethel Bishop guests of their aunt, Mrs. Bryan Lonnie Spivey — Dear Sir: I would like to express my feelings of intense gratitude to all the fine, generous folks ARE DOING within and adjacent to our good community of Rusk. Never do I recall ever being privileged to work under such and son, Roy Newman, Terry Stovall for the Faster holidays.' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bisonet hrid' a"{' P.?'*!,0 a P°rs<'" as i J , . . , i i, i Dr. Charles W. Castner, superin- Mr. and Mrs. Riley Maness and two sons, Johnny and Brad , ,u ' / ti a , r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS ,. ■ ■ ' •/ .■ ■ ' :■■■ ' w# ..:4mm lS|i| Maydelle School Dresses Up; H. E. Plant Praised There's probably several Rood reasons why ten Maydelle High School boys are taking Home Economics courses. One is that the studies teach things young men ought to know about the family as a social unit, and an- other is the excellent facilities of the school's home economics department. The head of Home and Fam- ily Life Division of the Texas Education Agency, Miss Ruth Huey, last month called it one of the most servieable • she had seen. Miss Huey was one of a two-member state accreditation team which inspected the school. The department was equip- ped this past summer, School Superintendent Floyd Dotson said. Fifty-one pupils attend future reference. A follow-up letter received by Supt. Dotson was similarly laudatory of the school. (The team's report has not been submitted to the Texas Education Agency. Howev...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

Cherokee County Church Directory Rusk Churches Jacksonville and Area Churches THE CHEROKEEAN APRIJ. 6, 1961 PW ipO Alto Churches 9ob Jennings, president 7:30 p.m. Evening message 7 00 p m. Wednesday prayer -1 in . to wprship. You are: . .i .iuc at ail times. We arej )i'! "nough to tell the whole' ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting W M C. Friday — 2 p.m Morning Worship — 11 am., <uni!ay C. A Service—7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship—7:30 p.m.,, ith and small enough to b«i unday FlSV BAPTIST CHURCH Lorriie H. Webb, pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School—9:45 a m Morning Worship—11:00 a m. Training Union—6:30 p.m. Evenine 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—9:46 a.m. Morning Worship -11:00 am Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening v Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. A. Covington,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

130 ¿m. or* * | Pastor * :45 im. a.m." vice * — * (TiOO pirn. ¿ iy : :h : |>pson ~ •a a.m.- p:00 pjm. ice c |l ¡dating I first oí |i us at * * office? Ks Shop- üür ■s ';jíyí'íá ' •/ n > I REMEMBER • • A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY • • • i/. we thy people and sheep of thy pasture.. We realize that the Lord our God created all things and has dominion1 over the earth. It is through him that we have this wonderful land. We plant and we water, but it fa God that gives the increase. "Th& Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. •. surely goodness and Mercy shall follow me all the days of my Ufa and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever" Attend church and give thanks to the Lord each Sunday. if? :PÜ mm : w -J r>, *' W^ 3k ' /' ¿me -X Li üs ! : ■ío.VÍ f- i . j ■hi " '-.'J- ^ '-V The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and cf His demand for man to respond to that love by loving h...

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

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY • SELL - TRADE I. AUTOMOTIVE mWíh I' (- \yv, ;•/ CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk IF YOU WANT PRICES on NEW OR USED CARS HERE IS THE MAN TO SEE! J. W. t! DUB u Isaacs Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet - Pontiac - Buick Hiway 69 at "Y" in Rusk lb. Cars Wanted Top prices paid for Used Cars. S e e us first. J. C. Williams, Rusk. lc. Autos For Sale 2a. Equipment For Sale Looking? FOR THE ... Don't Look Any More i i The Place To Go For The Lowest i * i Prices and The Best .Deals On NEW 1961 FORDS and GOOD USED CARS IS TO: RUSK MOTOR SALES RUSK USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cart et Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk I'OH SALE: Two Farmall Trac- tors One ' row, one 2 row. Both with disc, mower and equip- ment. Priced right. J. C. Wil-| liams, Phone MTJ 3 4444, Rusk. 4-t c-36 2b Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home in pood neighorhood. Call MU 3-4243 in Rusk. tfc-14 FOR SALE: Nice 2 bedroom home in Daniel...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

CLASSIFIEDS of age lirement for elá- I furnidh- Irop arid [sonable. Route 6, J-ltp-31 IALD |ment 4262 Ia* I to drink you want Rusk. tfc-38 | is t h e loan to ■No down Payments, lleman át Supply, Í7. J-tfc-32 ern: rospon- burred in |ther than ton Id towefe, I r preferred. i. Prompt tfc-32 For ei- and ser- I'dul Radio lily teleVl- (class gov- |usk area, lervice on st reason- !S. T h e |e in East tfc-40 rlNC To GUARANTEED RECAPPING IPuungir Car Tires Paul Glass Service Station 106 N. Jackson Jacksonville Dr. W. M. Smith Osteopathic Physician SECOND FLOOR TEXAS BANK & TRUST BLDG. Jacksonville . .TELEPHONES . . Office: 8826 Res.; 8722 GUARANTEED Watch Repairs HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4645 Rusk O'Dell Drilling Company WATER WELLS Contractors—Engineers Rer'dential, Agricultural, Industrial Phone 8581 — Jacksonville See the New Line of Admiral TV Sets Now In Our Shop Bill's Radio & TV (Bill Bolton) Specially trained ant5 equipped for all radio and television service including col...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 April 1961

GETS SUB-GROUP OK mm «M viei j auD-vjKuur ur\ The Cherokeean 40-Hour Week Chances Good PAGE SIX RUSK, TEXAS APRIL 6, 1M1 ★ EDITORIALS ★ April Fool, Comrade Since April has just arrived, May Day is just a month away. That is the clay which has been appropriated by international commun- ism for "spontaneous demonstrations." (In the ' people's democracies", a spontan- eous demonstration is any demonstration— unless it is by imperialist spies—which is an impulsive exhibition of the enthusiasm of the masses for a system that compels them to be spontaneous at a certain hour or else.) All of this brings us to opine that the late All Fools Day ought to be dedicated to those among us who believe that admission of Red China to the United Nations is in the interest Chiggerless A timely warning has come in from Dr. P. A. Young of the Tomato Experiment Station in Jacksonville. It's about chiggers, or red bugs, and has some good advice on what to do in ease of attack. They are about to come out i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

¿"ero/íim M,„. . 1 0 *°x 806'S 00 4 '« cor stina the I com- /or I ALE- 'Round... To wn with Roundabout LIONS CLUB, ont of the bus- iest bunch of fellows you'll find anywhere, will be celling candy this Friday. Their bargain rate is 20 rolls for a dollar ... ifs for a good cause. J. PERRIN WILLIS will be missing from the KTLU early morning log for three days; Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Perrin will attend, a. special course for municipal judges and attorneys at the University of Houston Law School pertaining to new traffic laws and pending legislation. CITY COUNCIL stayed up late again. Had a lot of problems, talked about a lot of things, in- stalled a few officers, but once more forgot to name Johnny as mayor pro tem, Johnny pro- bably has the job by pre-empt- ion anyhow. THE SCHOOL IS about to award jackets for scholarship . . . one of the newest and best things to happen in a long time. WE CAN'T SAY beyond a rea- sonable doubt, the exigencies of court being what they are, but a...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, 1961 PAGE TWC EAGLES ECHO fditor-in-chief Vssistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. . Sports Editor A -istant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, l)an Cook, Janis Sponsor ... STAFF 1960-1961 Linda Watson Mary Maitland , . Judy Banks Leonard Berry Davia Black Bobby Long ... . Jimmy Barney Sonja Wilcox, Brent Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Mrs. f>ewis McCarroll The Snooper This week was pretty dull a- rourid K. H. S. with all the key club boys going to the convent- inn There surely were a lot of lonesome looking ííiris sit- tinin the show Saturday night, weren't there, Judy Sales and Lynda Matlock ? ? ? The key club boys said they hafl a real food time on their trip. Dianna Guy, why were you so happy Tue sday morning? Could it have anything to do with Maydelle? Curtis Hanson, why do you jjive Mr. Martin and Mr. Clay- ton so much trouble? Could this be old Fitis? By the way, Curtis and Darnell Morris are a very cute couple. Di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

iurs\ Watson w| a busiri >ic is to sed?" ¡ urged to | 5 are alv rs. Cox. vice is av eeting. ust Be ay To ills . . there ■THECK. Th ♦ the ma| otwork, ati loss involv^ >e sums h you. Con i a checkiii * fr IS ••vVv. i • i A >ACE p \ 'iece 9 95 rt and case for many, lonthly THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, 1941 PAGE THREE Tea Shower Honors Bride-To-Be April I Miss Charlene Ault of Dallas, bride-elect of Bryan Guinn, was honored Saturday, April 1, from seven to nine p.m. with a tea shower at the home of Mrs. Otto Kinsel on the Palest- ine Highway. Her daughter, Mrs. John Birkelbach, of Hunts- villo and Mrs. Norris Campbell served as co-hostesses. In the receiving line were Mrs. Kinsel, Miss Ault, her mother, Mrs. Rhea Ault, and Mrs. Joe Guinn, mother of the future groom. Mrs. Campbell presided at the guest register. Mrs. Frank Smith served punch, and Mrs. Robert Moses, aunt of the bride-to-be, served white cake squares. The beautifully appointed table was covered with a handmade lace cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

C FRESH FRUITS not Pj¡¿iáa^wccMf wesor I Fresh fruits and vegetables are at their best right now! There's a flavor and tenderness to springtime things that just can't be duplicated! For the best spring- time fruits and vegetables, shop Piggly Wiggly this week. Wonderful farm-fresh produce at special sale prices! There's nothing like 'em, so be sure to shop Piggly Wiggly! We give S&H Green Stamps. Double stamps every Wednesday with pur- chases over $2.50. ■' 4 COFFEE Admiration 1 lb. pkg. 59 MILK Bonnie Baker Evaporated 3 tall cans 39 MELLORINE Sno-Club \ gal. ctn. 39 For the SCHICK INJECTOR Razor user: A new blade which will set the standard for shaving luxury for years to come! NEW SCHICK BLADE WITH For the shave that feels as smooth as It looksl magic in meta! ! An exclusive Schick blade development. The KRONA Edge. SO SMOOTH YOU'LL WONDER ... is there a blade in the razor? SO CLEAN-SHAVINU t . . you'll say — it's the best shave you've ever had! so COMFORTABLE, you'll never wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

«EBB* 9 r" [sh íly lur- i. i. i ■ i • i ■ i i i i' i O . * I- : •* . d 4 I • < r ; 9 i. i • O O 5 9 I C; * . íí n ' i I I i l< it" 17í ! 35* 35í 39c $2*39; w 35* í 35? [ 29 c 43c 25c 98c 9 5" 19 9 fius/c Hospital News ADMITTED: Mrs. J. D. Gresham, Rusk; Mrs. Floyd Bradford & baby boy, Wells; Mr. W. E. Clifton, Sacul; Mrs. Juanita Benge. Rusk; Mar- cia Parker, Rusk; Mrs B. D. Garner and baby boy. Rusk; Mrs. J. F. Murdock, Rusk; Ozel- la Sanders, Rusk; Mrs. Addie Shamess, Wells; Mr. Wyalt Hal- bert, Rusk; Mrs. J. E. Allen, Rusk; Mrs. Russell Jones, Rusk; Mrs. Mary Hall, Rusk; Mrs. L. E. Legg, Wells; Mrs. Mary John- son, Rusk; Mr. M. S. Gilbert, Rusk; Larry Byers, Rusk; Mr. Harry Showalter, Rusk; Mrs. S. T. Love, Rusk; Mrs. Willie B. I.ott, Wells; Cathy Johnston, Tyler; Mrs. Jessie Ricks, Alto; Mrs. Aubry Darby, Pon ta; Ken- neth Henderson, Livingston. DISCHARGED: Mr. Jack Ball, Rusk; Corrine Benton, Reklaw; Mrs. Charlie Chase, Rusk; Mrs. Mary Bow- man, Rusk; Velma Willis, Ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX APRIL 13, 1961 WHAT Rusk Folks m DOING Susan MeCarroll spent the weekend at Beaumont visiting with her brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. John Irwin. Mr. and Mrs. James Lifiht- sey, Martha and Jon Mark of Pasadena spent the weekend with parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lightsey oí Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Vaughn L. A. Vaughn, and Mrs. Chris- tine Maness were called to Waco last week at the serious illness of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vaughn's 2-year-old daughter. Harmon Sehochler, Max Sch- ochler, and J. W. Glass of Jack- sonville attended the Southwest Sports, Boat, and vacation show at Dallas Sunday. Gary and Karen Guinn of Jacksonville spent the weekend with their grandmother, Mrs.; Frazer Guinn. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Statser of Barcelona, South America who are here having a house built on their farm had as guests over the weekend, Jerry Horton of Cleburne, and Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Durham and children of Port Arthur. They also ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

«*n is Iry In- Isk The Cherokeean Cherokee County Section • *fiENEMi news * classifieds * mouut P A Y R E N T Community Judging Is Scheduled Judging for the Community Mrs.Grimes Buried At JnionGrove Funeral services for Mrs. Sally Ann Grimes, 73, were held Thursday, April 6, at 2:30 P.M. in the Union Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. J. B. Blackwell officiating. Burial was conducted in Union Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Grimes died Tuesday, April 4, at 11:15 P. M. in a local hospital after a short ill- ness. She had been a resident of this county all of her life and was a member of the New Em maus Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. E. A. Herring of Jackson- ville; six stepsons, 15. L. Colvin, Homer Grimes, Troy Grimes, Coy Crimes and Dennis Grimes, all of Jacksonville, and Wesley Colvin of Troup; and one sister, Mrs. Rosie Telley of Jackson- ville. Holmes Bros. Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Progress Contest at Ponta is planned April 19th, according to Mrs. Loy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

The Cherokeean DEDICATED TO TAX PROBLEM PAGE TWO RUSK, TEXAS APRIL 13, 1961 Special Session Talked ★ EDITORIALS ★ Warren's Waters of Wisdom Chi^i Just ico Karl Warren, ,still holding his scepter aloft, -uppcd off the^bench for fl iirfie l;-u week and oficre I ¡he f hirst y world the water- of Ins wisdom. God, incidently, stayed in heaven while this was going on. and Hairy T; inv.n was in independence, Mo. The earth failed to tremor. Mr. W;.rren -aid th ■ controversy over whether or not to admit Communist China to the United Nations should be settled. It should be settled, h( sa;d, by admitting Hed China. This wisdom may not .settle the con- troversy It rines. h"W"ver, benight Mao Tze- Tung in 'line lor world wide May Day cele- brations. But the V\ arreri ".' iter- of Wisdom are not sufficient to cíe in-c the hands of a bloody Communist China, Iiov.vv t frantically he may wave his scepter and direct And one more item should dampen the gaiety as the com- rades trip around the May Pole...

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