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

'm PenneyIs anniversary J SPECIALS! NEW-LOOK COTTON SLACK SETS Big Anniversary sav- ings coming your way with Penney's stalk- slim slacks . . . print crop-tops! In n e w s y Spring colors. Machine wash. Sizes, iO to. 18. 3 99 SET You Can Charge It At Penney's r .. fit* & THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, 1961 PAGE THREE Looking Back mm rw.u.w*rrts«> CHIIOWN- APRIl - > " «0TH-14IH IMI -OIV OiNfROUSl* Governor Price Daniel issues proclamation designating week of April 1014,1961 as TEXAS LIONS CANDY WEEK FOR CRIPPLED, BLIND AND HANDICAPPED CHILD- REN. At that time 4Q.000 Lion members (in the 806 Clubs) throughout the State of Texas will solicit funds (giving Lions candy rolls as a tangible "thank you") to help make life a little brighter for these unfortunate youngsters. THE CITIZENS OF TEXAS ARE ASK.I-.D TO CONTR1UUTEGENF.ROUS- LY. Shown accepting the Gov- ernors Proclamation are Past International President Herb Petry, who is also Chairman of May del le News - the Texas Highway Comm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE SELL ■ TRADE ifi&K if.--«Si CALL 4227 In Jacksonville ik CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. AUTOMOTIVE IF YO SEE You Gog O V HE WILL ;,iA,.c. YOU T.- ¡E hi S i DEAL ON A NEW CHEVRC1. Í Buic-: PC NT! AC or A Good LI c r p* C A I? ! J LIJ LAi\ , ^ i. W. uUB" SAACS Isaacs Chevrolet Co. Chevrol t - P v c « * hi ick Hi way 69 at " V ' in Rusk ir You Are a . 4. *« ..ui A 1 i r r*-i r !>Ot i OR A ^ jr J GOOD USED CAR AND WANt THE BEST DEAL LOOK FIRST TO SALES Rusk Money Saver Used.., urniture Buys Watch this space each week for New Bargains AT OUR JACKSONVILLE STORE Used Refrigeraior 49.95 up 2 Pc. Livinu Room Suits 24.95 to 49.95 Gas Stove 29.95 Bee! Sprin tn AT OUR RUSK STORB 1 used Kelvinator, 8 ft. Reg. $199.95 Refrigerator 99.95 (still has two years warranty) 1 used Hardwick Range 69.95 reg. $159.95 (completely automatic) 1 1 only, used, Royal Rose Gas Range 39.95 1 used 3 piecc plastic Living Room Suite 29.95 Sofa bed, pull up chair, platform rock...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

IVE . . . rking :¡ | ' • • - , i i I. ; i t ■ |oil|) '"I ,>nts on in and luí ;i r e liverir , |> (ilKL p, c; ion- rill pay J4lc:u money quality in this kw C;,r. |>o 1. weekly I l)er>« I l>\ 10 I B-l-tp-31 30 .S or ■a fat 111 III 11 > MX high- |clitiivh: t niar- • drink, 'rito P. giving return* |r.-- 2-t-p-42 lent 42Ó2 to drink hill V Rusk. tfe-38 |is t h e loan to io down I ''s' Ionian at Supply, Jtfc-32 y septic R. Pool, . Prompt tfc-32 CLASSIFIEDS GUARANTEED RECAPPING Passenger Car Tire , 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 Residential, Agricultural, Industrial Phone 8581 — Jacksonville SINGER SEWING MACHINE SALES & service: in Rusk each Tuesday and Thursday Call MU 3-2231 And We'll C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

Cherokee County Church Directory APRIL 13, THE 1961 CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN 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:.'i0 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 for 45 minutes SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Dalton McCleenny Sunday School—10 a.m. Worship Service—11 a.m. BTU—7 p.m. Evening Worshi...

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

n f VaJju£s¡Golore,ior 6veiu' Cteaní ríar Chore, Z3 . ,, , «J i SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI., & SAT. APRIL 13-14-15 RUSK, TEXAS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Lighten your housework . . . brighten your homo . . . with these Spring Spruce-Up Special from BROOKSHIRE BROS. They'll help you do the work easier . . . faster . . . better—for they chase dirt like magic. So, before you roll up your sle«ves—come to BROOKSHIRE BROS, and stock up on ALL your housecleaning aids. Better make a list of them right now to avoid return trips for forgotten items. Grape, Orange, Variety or Orange Pineapple rand's Drink Your Choice 2 gal. Jug SWIFTS HONEY CUP ELLORINE \ gal. ctn. FLYING JIB BREADED FANTAIL 10 oz. Pkg. TENNLSSEE BABY 1 Vi lb. bag 53< UKAS 1 Vi lb. bag 494? TLNNP5.SEE BLACKEYED TENNESSEE MIXED 1 Zi lb. bag 49< VEGETABLES: U49< BETTY CROCKER'S BETTY CROCKER'S CAKE MIXES FROSTING MIXES Pltgs. 69c 2 Pkgs. SAVE® GOLD MEDAL USEFUL PROTEIN COUPON IN PACKAGE/' t'S THE USEFUL ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, 1961 PAGE ONE ittnew Southwestern Telephone Sets Bells To Ringing Southwestern States T e 1 c- phone Company really sets bells to ringing. Between February of '58 and February of this year there was an increase of 253 stations in the area. At the present time there are 1,612 stations and extensions as compared with 1,251 in April of 1957, according to a late state- ment from the Rusk office, it has been one continuous City Survives Blow To Economy, Revives Self The City of Fort Smith, Ark- ansas, is a good case study of what can be done outside of fretting when a community's economy is punctured by the loss of a major income source. The day of reckoning came in 1959. That's when the U.S. Army closed down huge Fort Chaffee, sprawling infantry cen- ter on the outskirts of the city. Almost overnight, free-spend- ing GI's disappeared from the town's streets. Simultaneously, paychecks ceased for more than a thousand civilian employees on the shuttered post. For s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

Industry's Is Bright Facilities Enlarged Bring Rusk More manufacturing processing Rusk has many attractions to offer new industry. Among these are good schools, churches, recreational facilities, good site locations, railroads, highways, utilities and, above all, a friendly atmosphere toward new industry, with a warm welcome to those who would become a part of its life. distribution When an industry seeks a new location for its plant, one of the first questions asked is "Does your area Have plen- ty of low cost electricity?" agricultural «< m j*.,. srr I ztl: f % Hfcv. Yes!" is.the answer in Rusk. There is an abundance of low cost electricity for industry, business and the home. And we will be ready for any new industry-large or small -which chooses to make our city its home. SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SER VICE COMPANY N TtXAl COAKAN • OMUOH W IWMNI a IMWNQ TiXM OTO.INI

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

c_: te Agriculture's New Face May Mean New Importance In Local Economy THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, 1961 PACE THREi Marilyn Monroe may not have "It"—but she's got it better organized. Fewer people are farming in Cherokee County, there are few- er farms and farmers, yet total agriculture income is up. Whether this will ultimately be to our advantage is question- ed, but the trend is irreversible. But there's another side to the coin. As the small-tarrn operation declines, the value of other re- lated enterprise goes up. A whole industry has developed around dairying in the past de- cade, and Rusk is its nucleus. Poultry production has be- come an economic factor, and has resulted in the establish- Mrs. L. Nance Dies Monday Mrs. Lula Molly Nance, 68, of Jacksonville, died about 7:55 A. M. Monday morning, March 20, at her home on Myrtle Drive after an extended illness. Services were conducted Tues- day afternoon at 3:30 P.M. in the Flint Baptist Church with Rev. M. T. Blackman, Rev. B. W. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION IS PROUD TO BE A PART OF INDUSTRIAL RUSK ' fe m* M Www, We are proud of our role in the com- / munity's and area's economy a n d as- sume rt seriously. Our reward isthe plea- sant and mutually beneficial relation- ships with the people of Rusk and area farmers b dairymen. Our efforts will be directed toward a still more progressive Rusk and a steady industrial growth of our city that is de- dicated to the best interests of all. SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION Highway 69 South, Rusk NEW FRONTIERS ... are on the Horizon for Rusk & Cherokee County For all of us the "order of the day" is FORWARD ... to new frontiers of achievement, progress, productivity and personal self-fulfillment. The con- quest of new frontiers begins in every family circle. It is sparked by individ- i ual initiative, spurred by purposeful purchasing (basic to an expanding eco- nomy), sustained by dedication of eacV of us to ever-higher standards of ex- cellence in whatever h...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 13, mi PAGE FIVE of :on- Ivid- ex- y i. r. RS ibef our ores urn irm- Officers of the First State Bank are pic- Austin, vice-chairman: Lloyd Pipes, president; tured here. They .are: Elma Musick, seated; and James Blanton, vice president. and from left, Frazier Nolley, cashier; Jeff Personnel of the First State Bank are, left to right. Lloyd Pipes, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Austin, James Blanton, Mrs. J. T. Roach, Mrs. Lucille NOW IN FIFTY-THIRD YEAR Graham, Mrs. Zora Parks, Mrs. Sonja Clayton,! Mrs. Sally Jordan, Miss Janis Mabry, Frazier j Nolley, and E. B. Mustek, Sr. "Distinguished Routine' Marks First State Bank Just last month, one of First State Bank's long-time employ- ees retired after forty-five years of continuous service to the institution. Owners, officers and employees made a lot of fuss over "Miss Zora" on her retiring day. The incident served to point lip the high esteem its leaders direct toward those who dis- pense congenial, personal at- tention to its ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX APRIL 13, 1961 - ' v.y i -ítíééiMW* <■#'*■*** ' ■ "1 T |||MíkP!jí Slover Crate and Mili Is A Versatile Industry mm: A versatile industry and a much-needed one, the Slovefr Crate and Lumber Mill, I n c., specializes in fruit and vegetable crates and also manufactures box-spring frames and head boards for beds. Tall timber, all local, is used by the mill in its manufactur- ing operations. Employed full time by the mill are 18 people. Founded by the late Bruce i Lawn Owner to gain — Slover, it is managed by Tom Sartain. Mrs. Bruce Slover is president of the corporation. Founded iri 1946 and incorpor- ated in 1954 the mill has had a progressive growth. It has an investment in ex- cess of S 100,000. Timber suppliers vary with the season but the average is six. The mill is located on High- way 09 north. NEW HOPE IN THE CHINCH BUG BATTLE Aerial view of the Slover Crate and Lumber Mill, Inc., which covers a large area on the north of town. The industry represents ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

' i 9 Scótt Company, Bulging At Seams, Tells Plans For Expansion Move r- 8 spears August held ieled brokee ave bm 20 trough |s Pro- other mizat- leneral |n. |t Tex- a n d Jin oc- Its in v4y % hmc.. .. ■ Mrs, Helen Scott of Scott Company, Inc., one of Rusk's lead- ing employers is pictured ft ere at her desk in the company's of- fices. County Readily Accessible To Transportation Avenue* Sometimes it seems that pro- gress is at its slowest when developing and improving ave- nues of transportation. It is com- paratively slow and painstaking, but doubtless this asset js one of I he most critical of any an industry-conscious area can put up. The county's ambitious high- way campaign, which is a co- operative effort involving the State Highway Department, the cities of the county, and the Cherokee County government, is already years along. At the moment, a Cherokee County airport is on the plan- ning board and the outlook is the most promising in the two years the project has been act- iv...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

GROWING.. With Rusk & Cherokee County HERE'S WHAT GOES INTO YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER The Cherokeean in proud tp be a contributor to the Rusk area economy and to extend it service# for the growth and development of our community. In this brief introduction to the making of a newspaper, one may get a glimpse of the size operation th|t we call newspaper production. In between all these steps are many more people per- forming jobs indispensible to a locally produced pro- duct. It takes mere than a dozen people to staff the Rusk plant alone. Sa&w 9 & H ÍíJ,.-¡-'it::-.'< mMmí fWM *'< ik* v'' ¿ SK V>" ' '-m, :-M itzL. Muí: AND MORE MACHINES The pages are transferred to this Model A Duplex newspaper press and most versatile in Cherokee County. the newest MACHINES AND SKILLS MEET These linotype operators (Bob Selz and William Hebert) are near the front of a newspaper production line. They take original copy and turn it into lines of type. COMPLETE HOMETOWN NEWS Plus News ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

■NnmnMMR • • -v!. ••^v aig'J'J «i, „■?' if ¿ *vV * ■jg^rn Mwmm. tr!>f- !•'->■ % ?': r: XíP-t^ ít & '4- --V ? > , ^Máybbtói* ' !' V ' i'ÜiÉÉ • ' WP , * .,.. " ,'lfi ?|¡l:' 1 'íi 'rtájk' '4 '. ** ■ ^m-é. '>«0 Mfó 5. "'.. . A '- , ■** ■'■■' y/ 'y +• ■'..*. wtrtí . .-.'.y. ..•.■■ tv.... .v/53E Herculean Reel Company Gets In On 'Missile Age', Builds Crates One of the newest additions | to the Rusk industrial picture is the Herculean Reel Company, established in 1959 as a subsid- iary of the Worth Electric Com- pany of Houston and San Ant- onio. It is one of the area's most unusual industries also, but nevertheless it makes use of Cherokee County raw mater- ials. The company primarily manu- factures wooden reels for wire and cable, Manager E. J. (Jim- my) Carnes said. But it has recently gone in for the "mis- sile age" also. Herculean has been manu- facturing crates for the Terrier missile and a section of the Polaris as well as crates for U. S. Air Force tow targets, Carn...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR APRIL 13, L>61 Most Persons Qualifying For Medical Assistance Are Rural si m Pictured here is the main building of be built short!v on IN- other side of town, Gulf Coast Federated Feed Association on Manager ,ke ,jid. the Alto highway. Additional facilities will Growing Gulf Coast Feed To Take New Step To Serve Dairy Industry Few people could have ant i cipatod the rapid growth, of faci- lities and services embodied in one of this aren*# most valued enterprises, Gulf Coast Federa- ted Feed Association. Rut after only a few years here, the Association has an im- pressive plant on Highway Oft in Husk and probably within 45 days it will hiivi1 another in- stallation alongside the rail road tracks at the south of the city. Gulf Const Manager Ike Dan- iels said the Association is plan- ning to erect two storage tanks to handle hulk dairy pellets and a building ftr the area. READ THE C'.ASSIFIEDS Resides adding to the Associ- ation's investment here, Daniels ac...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

¡4- #&> ■ . ■ mPSW (this of- service [ that in- 11.60 per len held. Ire iilnM'1 Ish value, rani, ex- summer, Lmbit ious lak •!! hy Jly t(, lit:' |sk M'.'in- spect a- marked despile iclude a |m which lew hard ' .WJ' ; w £\ ? > i Kiiired nere is an interior view of Hie new Rusk High School science building. The school's science program, as lar as physical facilities and equipment are concerned, came in for new emphasis in the past year. The school attempts , to give emphasis to individual departments from time to time and give them added budgetary considerations. RAND CITES INDUSTRY'S GROWTH Electric Growth Parallels Area The growth and expansion of (he electric power industry in Cherokee County closely paral- lels the growth and industrial cv; ansion of the cities and towns of the county. The in- tlu-try in Cherokee County has had a remarkable growth, espec- ially during the past three dec- ades. Ihc following history of the t h t trie industry in Cherokee Cuinty was compil...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX APRIL 13 Area Is Focal Sheffield ET ore< modf Sheff on a large scale and rn equipment. The Id plant is located Citizens State Hank personnel are from left, Margaret Seale, Mrs. Mary Johnston, Mrs. Marie Holmes, Mrs. Mablo Horn, Mrs. Ruth Kollatt, Mrs. Mary Frances Aufright, Mrs. Dorothy Ross, and Cashier, James "Bubba" Jared. E. R. GREGG, President 4IST YEAR OF SERVICE Citizens Is Prominent In Local Development The '11-year-old Citizens State [ ion in the development and ec ]:. > k of Rusk has, for that many ye .i.., been a prominent institut- Accidents 3rd Ranking Dce'h Cause Accidents rank third among tlir l« .¡ding causes of death, but numerically claim far fewer Ih tn the two leading caus- ( About 92,000 persons died I'm:;, accidents in the United s . 1 during 1960. Ir T-w.is last year, there were 5A;¡'> accidental deaths, third on! to heart diseases and can- ( i. I) -ed on 1960 provisional ( !' ; compiled by the Re- cord and Statistics Section o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

p of ¿gVK'ü * íwuea cor To/i " 1 «« 991 Round... Town vi7/¿ Roundabout SERVING RUSK WITH DISTINCTION FOR 113 Years U. S. HIGHWAY 69 remained the city's problem to not solve itself .. most likely . One of our1 most important projects, the city was facing a deadline on getting right of way for widen- ing or else pitch its dilemma to the state. The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1817 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy VOLUME 113 16 PAGES APRIL 20, 1961 TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 44 A WEDNESDAY MORNING meeting, reported on this page, tells us about the new approach they'll try. State Will Do Without More Right of Way A LOT OF ATTENTION has been claimed by the trial about to got started over in district courtroom . . . biggest crowds though are those waiting to see if they will be jurors. TEXAS AGGIES EXES IN Cherokee County will post an- other first this year . . . they are supposed to sit patiently Friday night and hear a ...

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

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 20, 1961 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Editor-in-chief Linda Watson Assistant Editor Masy Maitland Business Manager . . • Judy Banks Circulation Man;./er .... .... Leonard Berry Assistant Circulation Mgr Davia Black Sports Editor Bobby Long Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Ramey Feature Editor Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith. Dan Cook, Janis Jones, and (ilenn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs. Lewis McCarroll The Snooper Editorial By Mary Maitland imagination is a wonderful thing. It is .i necessary ingredi- ent; Without it, nothing would be creeled, invented, designed— and what would we do for fascin- ating stories and novels? Along with irnaiiri'itii.n can go day dreami;i and that can he good too. Everyone needs to dream sometime:, for if all of us sim Ply «i stnnc Seniors would like to everyone to their pla^- The invite Frirlay night, April 21, at 7:307 You are guaranteed an evening of entertainment filled with ex- citement1 Gary Meador and Karen Mur- ray are a cute familiar c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

APRIL ?0, 1961 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE Receive Scout Awards Sunday ■ God and Countrj May Scout Awards were presented in special ceremonies Sun- day morning at First Methodist Church. Rev. .leu el .McClure, above left, made the presentation'; to the mothers of these three Scout: ■ Bill Vímn-r, John Mark Lester and Eddie C.i lilsherry, Mines. Bill Vining. John Lester and George Goldsberry pinned the medals on their sons' uniforms in the church sanctuary preceding the morning worship service. Scoutmaster Ralph Travis, right and Kev McClure have worked with • tie boys for several months toward obtain- ing this scout award. What Husk Folks Are Doin9 Airs. Vera Wisner returned daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. sociation meeting Sunday iroin spending last week Paul lluhbard at Huntsville Sun- „vor n1(, weekend, at her home in Lufkin. day. Air. and Mrs Fr:i<;k Sales and Mrs. Hubbard and at Odessa La Juan visited Air. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Lu Lester Mrs. Andrew Hubbard a n d mother, • , Mrs. M...

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