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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

t- Mayor Morris Haskell, ul rifthl, iT'ns the proclamation collin;.; l'f#r obnorvaw of Law Day on May 1. Pictured with 11;«- <11 Mil Z\ ■ idi McVicKcr, chairman of the Cherokee Couiily Bar As .ociation Committee for Ihc ob.vrvunee oI Law Day I SA Right Of Way Continued from Pa'íe 1 Alto Loop intersection to the North Y. No additional ri ht of way was needed in thai .section. If the alternate plan agreed to Wednesday had not been adopted, ur complied with, the city reportedly was ready to call on state apprai cr which would probably have led to con- demnation proceedings. The meeting Wednesday wa- ;M tended by Husk ( ity Council- men, Mayor I la: sel I. Potter. As M.-taitt Engineer in the District. Office George Wall, and Resi- dent Engineer Harris. Cherw Mrs an. ie Madden is chair- • Ac i i'. i¡ Íes i 'ommittee r,I. Mi l/ii ene Wal- rtiian oí the Attend \rraniements Com s.i í 11 Shin les. chair- n c Public Relations Oh*; Hans A / ; ■* o t* t y Employees i Continued from I'a-'e Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

P61 S. irr.; ler* tin, Ik; Irs. S. fal- len* 1, lek- pna k; lira s, THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 20, 1961 PAGE FIVE THIS WEEKEND j Garden Club Show To Be 22 & 23 Continued from Page 1 The Council Room, hall and other rooms of the court ho; ■ s; w ill be .1 veritable flower ; ar ' I * ■ 11 ■i- "i I lie 111 c of the show is developed. Mrs. W. E, Cabbert, eonsult- ant in the divisions of artistic rlcsigrs. plans i at.- landing class- ic in this department. The clubs have new backgrounds a n d arratuomen1 ■ will he in niches, tl" re by giving each arrange- ment individual di May. Classes for novices are scheduled. The das-; of ' Jack Frost's \ i it and "Showery. Fhivvery S| riiig" are to be displayed in lii'hled picture boxes. One of the features of the art- istic division will be the beaut- iful l a tables and breakfast .Mes This is an invitational division to members in the clubs. The Junior arrangers from 'lie Elementary school, under ¡lie direction of Mrs. Roy Ginn, nd irrangers from th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

Go me Party Enjoyed By Group Fri. WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Friday night a game party yellow and green, was enjoyed by 43 members of dreamers covered the fifth grade class, at the Am- caught by cluslcr.i erican Legion Hall. 'rums anil fans. Hostesses to the party were ion theine was r Mr-- W. E. Davis and Mrs. Stan- the fireplace mantle . ley f.ittle. They were honoring windows. their daughters, Margaret and punch, sandwiches Prenda. butler cookie >alloi deco ed c md at P« (lion anut • late The hall was gaily decorated cookies were served in pastel colors of blue, pink, A variety of gam were en- DR. P. A. KOLSTAD OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Office Open Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. f Other Hours by Appointment LOW FOO*> PRICES * —* - - AT BROWNING GROCERY and Market Friday & Saturday Specials Imperial SUGAR BAKE DAY 8MITS Can Admiration COFFEE Freah FRYERS Neuhcit's Lone Star OUR DARLING EARL T ifeafe'B ¿'ó Our Produce Is Extra Fresh Criden Ripe latins l f Ac ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

20, 1961 fierelv a it which record ¡tint! the )iece of |()(Xl tillo ■ iit all. papers, Icovercfl, Jstaje of (does not title, be ¡tillo ^acafully an un- wll] a- is to bo |> (1(1 perhaps expense m§ //.V,y:r/- f'.W 1 • * V ' * . . v „ N.V.VV I 11 VfcV'.V.4V¿V,,Í..M««V.IVtVW mm WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Double Stamps Every Wednesday On Purchases Over $2.50 RED LABEL See what a dollar can do ... at Piggly Wiggly's fabulous "Dollar Days" sale! You'll see your dollar stret-t-tch farther than it has in years! Values by the score in finest foods; savings in every department! Pi¿gly Wiggly is fam- óus for Dallas Days ... so be sure to shop THIS one! You'll be glad you did! KURD SYRUP 1 \'i Lb. Jar MEADOLAKE MM: 11., oí . 24< RANCH STYLE BEAKS 2 No. 300 cans 29c LIPTON'S TEA I FRYERS Fresh Dressed Grade "A" B 25 SUMMER SAUSAGE Decker's 45 LIPTON'S INSTANT TEA 59? V, Lb. Pkg. LIPTON'S TEA HUNT TOMATO JUICE 2 16 cl. Tea Bags No. 300 Tins REALEMON LEMON JUICE SUNSHINE HiHos riEYNOLDSWRAP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT APRIL 20, 1961 Mrs. Twibell Named B&PW Prexy Thursday Mmes. Carmel Lee and Lynn Banks were co-hostesses to a meeting of the Rusk Business and Professional Women's club last Thursday in the Lee home. President I^ouise Alexander presided at the business meet- ing. She read a report from state headquarters concerning the proposed amendments to present by-laws, to be submitted for vote at the state convention in Abilene June 9 1011. Maudie Musiek from the Rusk Club is to be a delegate to the annual meeting. A letter of invitation was also read from Dr. Chas. W. Castner, asking club members to attend open house at Rusk State Ho:, pital May 5 and (!. In the 1' Iter he also expressed gratitude for the work being done by I )i.-.l ri«t Four of Business ¿k Prof - loual Women's Clubs, in the financing of a chapel at the Rusk institu tion. Much progress has ulrr.id;, been made in support ol the special project. Nominations for 19f>I ti2 of- ficers were submitted...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

# < I l.ird- Iheir bicli- H Y P A Y R E N IT Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section : if * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Wff. f '• j.!: ''W' i s Clinic For Pastors To Preface RSH Open House To Y/clcomc Visitors 11te hospital iml vvi'lcomiiu', visitors will dis- place the old one in linio íur the institut- ion" > 11 i'i\ house uliM-nanco on May 5 and The Husk State Hospital Open House May 5 and 6 will be pre- ceded again by the Pastors' Clinic to be held on May 4, ac- cording to statements by Re- sident Chaplain Dr. Carl Case and Hospital Superintendent Dr. Charles Castner. The clinic will be host to ministers and their wives, stu- dent ministers, educational di- rectors and other church offic- ials from the 47 counties served by the hospital. It will be held from 9-4 on May 4. The program as outlined by Dr. Case has three main pur- poses: (1) to better acquaint the ministers with the facilities of Rusk Slate Hospital; (2) to help pastors ntinister more effective- ly to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY STRIKE IT RICH! The oil wel! is truly a symbol of financial richness... the Church is the symbol of spiritual richness. "That he would grant you according to the riches of his glory, to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man; that Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith> that ye, being rooted and grounded in loue, may be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and height; and to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of Cod." (O I960, Coliman Adv. Sery , P. O. Box 4887, Dolloi, T«*oi r flr £<" fh 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 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

irs & Cherokee County Church Directory 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 Bob Jennings, president 7:30 p.m. Evening message 7:00 p.m. Wednesday prayer service We meet to worship. You are welcome at all times. We are Jacksonville and Area Churches THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 20, 1961 PACE THREE Alto Churches EAST C. A. Service—7 p.m., Sunday '"8 enough to tell the whole Evening Worship—7:30 p.m.jtruth- aiul smy11 enough to be friendly with our visitors. 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—0:4-5 a.m. Morning Worship —11:00 am. Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET ... BUY - -TR CALL 4227 In Jacksonville we gjig h V- - ' r ,-*1 . ÍH ★ CALLMU3 In Rus m ./.«a wr I. AUTOMOTIVE IF YOU DON'T SEE THIS MAN! You Goof! HE WILL MAK1 YOU THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW 1 * ' CHEVROLET BUICK PONTIAC or A Good USED CAR 7 J.W. "DUB" ISAACS Chevrolet - Pontiac - Buick Hiway 69 at "Y" in Rusk lb. Cars Wanted lop price- paid for Used Cars. S c i U-, first. J. C. Williams, Husk. lc. Autos For Sale 2a. Equipment For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Car* at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rusk 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 8 4444, Rusk. 4-t-c-S6 2 b Feed-Wood-Hay 1 on Gooti Cats i: Yc:: A' in The rr.-L 4 A New /-v n rv" < ! >U t i v. , OR A or Mo n A 5 a ver T< « u, • r\ . I U Furniture Buys or Wa LCÍl ti ¡ each week for New Bargains AT OUR JACKSC..VÍLLE STORE Uv--J GOOD US r r wu n A D .«i S.IV AND W...

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

)« m fñ í.i I (: I RL I I or farm L'iiuri uj I li'ink, I ivinji i r turn- f§ i ¡ i>t ftLD i lent <262 ;n (ii'llIK ou want tfc-38 . i h e I "iin to .\0 . 'I it' Supply, .1 t!>' •: r or ex- aii I ser- ial Radio y televi- lass gov ■ ■ Í. arc.i. ••vice on í reasoii- r h o in tfc-40 Id coin , ! i Hp Coin ! lth 8:0"! classified c 1 r. W. fV'?. Smith Osteopathic Physician SECOND FLOOR TEXAS RANK & TRUST BLDG. Jacksonville . .TELEPHONES . . Off e: P326 . Res.; 8722 ■aaa t ii ^■OTi'Wiraiair^iflantei M OI GUARANTEED Wale: i Repairs At HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4645 Rusk mmmmmmmmmmmma* Gray Cleaners CLEANING — PRESSING ALTERATIONS VERNON GR. Y, Pr-jp, TELEPHONE 6294 JACKSONVILLE Don't Throw Them Away Old Electric Blankets, Ji Food Mixers, Ilot Pads, i its, Percolators, Vaeuu Cleaners, Hot Plates. They <• bo repaired. McLean's 530 Canada Street Jacksonville, Teiras Telephone £121 . / r jO II ompany WAT' :? WELLS Contracts Engineers ft : it, Agricultural, Industrial P! - ?'/.' ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

laities for low slight. Passed r;ile sot- truckors reading by Papo 7 M APRIL 20, 1961 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SEVEN mm mi m m ■W& . ' ' 5 Mi |§Ml $0$ I ii 1:1. ; :< 1 p m rEXAS in tho r;ulc A rexas. lOil ll an- Forest DR. GEORGE BENSON Warns Nation's Freedom In Danger News Just how much the nation should do for the individual is .i problem that raises some v e r y fundamental questions. The basic ideas of the Consti- tution, in my opinion, make it clear that our founding fathers intended to create a nation in which citizens would be able to do as much for themselves 'as inclination and ability would permit. The founding Jai hers thought that the in- dividual was the chief reci- pient of this new freedom, the keystone of which was respon- sibility to God, to neighbor, and to self, unrestricted by tyrannical power. The experience oif our fore- fathers and all other freedom- hiving peoples has been that governmental power is most likely to be wilfully misused. That is perhaps why th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 April 1961

S^ngtime ls value ti V 4 DEL ACONTE FRUIT 303 Cans $|00 t/rn0...at our 5® 4s/'Vy "A. n r? f f S: Specials For Thurs., Fri., & Sat. April 20-21-22 Quantity Rights Reserved W: «i- •■p-W" r~. ¥ ?!"! É ,i£? Ü Fresh new crop yellow lb. 5 c WASHINGTON winsap ',í Lb. Bag CRISP PASCAL a ¿ . L'ic?. Sfalk', 43? 25? SUNKIST Lb. U. S. NO. 1 PREMIUM RED POTATOES 10 lb. Bag 15? 53? Jm?- $ I 3u3gess FRYER PARTS acks&Necks 2 LB. PKG. «S «o uñ CM jfthi Lb. Pkg. I.b. Pkg. §s< 490 THIGHS DRUMSTICKS Lb. Pkg. Lb. Pk 65? 59? Jju rucar, f; fftru&a. K- duncan MINE'S Angel Food CAKE MIX PACKAGE 53 O UN CAN HINE'S DELUXE LAYER CAKE BAM A PL IN;. H ; ' •«' ? 2 lb. J.ir W.': \fj y -*Ür WHITE YELLOW OR DEVILS FOOD MUSSELMAN'S APPLE 3 c YOUR CHOICE $|00 •Í it WM 9 kiu No. 303 cans 37? GIANT SIZE M I h-t Box a3? wilson .: : :o rr¿ ;ning 1 m fl ií¿"' if" m 1 . < '.-ATJ • v .í ^ del mo e garden SWEET RITE 3 lb. MS A y DEL MONTE BARTLEfTT Pears 4¿$100 ORANGE • GRAPE OR ORANGE PINEAPPLE DRINK Y°UR _...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

¡M Microfilm Service u P O Box 80CÍS ti'MM cor i GG 00 00 ry N r JO 1Round... Town with Roundabout LOTS BEING SAID, written and told about this trial ... If they keep on, our folks can be- gin telling around that we had! SERVING RUSK WITH DISTINCTION FOR 113 Years The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18\7 * Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy VOLUME 113 16 PAGES APRIL 27, 1961 TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 45 one of the longest, too. MUCH INTEREST IS being evidenced in the procéedings. We regret that KTLU could not continue with its broadcast from the courtroom, but it was the opinion of the court that the best interests of justice were not being served as long as a direct broadcast continued. City Applies for Federal Grant WE WERE, HOWEVER, able to continue indirect broadcasts, that is, announcing, or narrat- ing, the proceedings. THE CITY'S MOVING ahead with its plans for expansion and improvement of utilities, V°u'll notic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

PACE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 27, 196 Named TQyyhaf Rusk Folks Are Doing Skin Testing Tempo Student Picks Up In TB War Secretary Éb Mr. and Mrs. M. E. (I' e c lOljtrs.* firJljU'r Uimtx-rt at Jack Acker jyid son Hex Houstonjjjpnvllle. gg, ^•re. w.-«kerw «uestfc /i «|r MMrs. MMn Rolen, Mm. W., her nev pap-níí- ü- a"d Mrs Vernon M lOnna, Ifrs Rov #in) Mr .\ri,|., . Fz, t" • - It &R, Mrs!" W Tuberculosis skin testing con- tinues in Cherokee County, sponsored by the Cherokee County TB Association. Tested Tuesday were 9Ü first graders and one adult at Rusk Elem- entary School by Dr. W. E Gab- hert and Mrs. Seawillow Wood- ard, school nurse. Forty two first graders at Ge<>r.:o Bradford School were also tested Tuesday. Shady drove's forty tour stu- dents and lour adults were Accuracy is the hidden ingredient Basic to the effectiveness of any prescription is the ac- curacy with which it is com- pounded by a highly skilled registered pharmacist. Cartlidge Drug Store MU 3-2358 Rusk t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN april 27, 1961 page three c y 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 The Snooper We were glad to see such a j Mike Boyett, we know you fine group of eighth graders are going steady with a girl observing the classes Friday, in Kansas! We wish all of them luck in Beatrice Phillips, why have their coming years of h i g h j you been so happy lately? Could school . . they'll need it! it be D ... well, we won't Billy Jack Hudson and Mary ¡tell this time, but we do know Burns still seem to be going' something! strong, This must be a case of¡ We think that Curtis Hanson "love at first sight"! : and Darnelle Morris make a per- I.Setty Wendeborn has a crush i'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR APRIL 27, 1961 Law Day Topic Wed. Artistry In Flowers Exhibited At Rusk mi Law Day, USA. is to be obser ved May 1st, and was the topic, of Wednesday's Rotary' Club program in the Husk Hotel. Wilson McVieker, local attorney, was introduced by club presi- dent, Herschel Kyle. The speaker noted that this day was established for observ- ance in 1958, with its objectives being (1) to foster a deeper re- spect for law; (2) to encourage responsible citizenship; and (3) to promote national strength and unity by strengthening the rule of law. Two Join Staff At Brookshire Two new men have joined Brookshire Bros, in Rusk. Davis M. Gulp has assumed duties as market manager. A native of Crockett, he has been with Brookshire IVros. for the past six years. Prior to coming to Rusk, (.'nip worked at the new Brookshire Bros. Super Market in Lufkin. The new market manager is married and the father of a 10- morith-old girl. His family has moved to this city. J. '1. Moore of Jac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

1 i show the cd the ■above, Tin the tans in (|R rib- Art- is :Éll k- d blue nade", placed vision, culture keen, ceiving y Ann Ellen Susie Laura Diann LIONS CLUB Committee Reports Nominations Thurs. Rusk Lions heard a report from the nominating commit- tee at last Thursday's meeting in the Youth Center. Chairman Hob Persons submitted the slate, from which new officers are to be elected, except for the office of president which is automatic- ally filled by the outgoing first vice president. The slate is as Rusk Sales Continued from Page 1 lar program for the University during the past three years. The course can be profitable, committee chairman, Raymond Cooper, said. He pointed out predicted retail sales increases of 17 per cent in the next ten years. The Rusk cotirse will be held from 7 to 9:30 p.m. each day, May 8, 9, 10 and 11. Individuals or groups desiring to attend may communicate with the Rusk Chamber of Commerce. City Applies Continued from Page 1 interest of four and one-fou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

\ i \ . . . Blue Ribbon means very best! That's why Pigsty Wiggly's food features this week are "Blue Ribbon Val- 'ues!" Top values in your favorite food products, the things you serve your family regularly. You'll find Blue Ribbon Values in all departments at Piggly Wipqly, your choice selections at prize-winning Blue Ribbon Savings! We give S&H Green Stamps. Double Stamps every Wednesday on purchases over $2.50 CLUB Orange-Grape-Pineapple Grapefruit 46 0Z. TIN \ J*- FRESH GROUND Hl-C Osage Freestone Peaches 35' HAMBURGER. 39 STEAKS NO. 2<¡ TIN SWIFT PREMIUM ROAST Shoulder Round Chuck lb. 55c LB HORMEL RANGE BRAND BACON PKG. 95' CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS L B 55" BULK WEINERS 3 ! $|00 Admiration Bonnie Baker Light Crust FRESH CRISP IMALESI ^■29* Austex No. 300 Tin Austex No. 300 Tin Vanilla Wafers GISFFIN Waffle Syrup GOLDEN RIPE 12 oz. Box Mayonnaise ROTEL KRAUT FRESH YELLOW 89* 303 can Chicken of Sea Chunk No. 11 Tin Cotton Mop 10 oz. JET DOG FOOD 2 1 lb. Tins 29* PALMOLIVESoap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN iS s ■5' 1 00 0 0 5 'S v 9 APRIL 27, 1961 Mrs. Hinton Named Chief Tax Deputy Mrs. Mary Jane Hinton has been elevated to the office of Cllief Deputy in the Cherokee County Tax Department, Assess- or-Collector Jimmie Cone said Wednesday. Mrs. Hinton succeeds David McCord, who resigned to he- come Tax Assessor-Collector for the Jacksonville school District. Employed as a new deputy in the office was Marshall Croft, former Cherokee County school- teacher, university faculty mem- ber. and chamber of commerce manager. PAGE SEVEN Witness -O- Indonesian To Speak For Class Jaffar Hashim, Indonesian stu- dent from Lon Morris College, is scheduled to talk to members of the MYF Sunday evening in Fellowship Hall of First Meth- odist Church. J. C. Williams, Jr., chairman of the Commission on Missions, is in charge of arrangements for the event. All members are urged to at- tend, announces M r s. Gloria Norton. Liars Column . (By James McElroy) "Fishin' Fever" began striking its fir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 April 1961

r* THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT APRIL 27, 1961 Baptists To Meet At Tyler Reklaw News TYLER—Baptist pastors arid Sunday School workers from 22 East Texas counties will meet here May 2 to study ways to use the Sunday School to stop a statewide decrease in evangel- ism during the past year. The special meeting, slated at the First Baptist Church in. J Tyler, will feature addresses by gtate Baptist leaders stressing how to enroll non Christians in the Sunday School, and how to use the Sunday School as a bet- ter evangelistic arm of the local church. Dr. James H, I-indes, presi- dent of the IMi million-member Haplist General Convention of Texas and pastor of the First Baptist Church of Wichita Falls, will bring the evening's prin- cipal address. O GO TO WACO Mrs. E. C. Heck worth and children attended funeral serv- ices for her grandmother at Waco last Friday. White there I hey also visited the Glenn Lin- dsey family, formerly of Husk. Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co...

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