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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

m<" n- NEWS OF INTEREST TO . WOMEN Chandler-Murray Engagement Told J'VfLLE — Mr. and Mrs. Jewel) A. Chandler, Dialville Road, an- mrUCDAl/rr aaihim. nounce the engagement of their CHEROKEE COUNTY daughter, Mary Lois, to Tony Mur r*y. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Murray of Jacksonville. Miss Chandler is a graduate of Dialville High School and the I Rutherford Metropolitan Business College, Dallas. She is presently employed by the United Gas Cor | poration in Jacksonville as a ste- nographer. Mr. Murray, Agriculture Teach- er at Dialville High School, is a graduate of Jacksonville High School, Tyler Junior College and Sam Houston State Teachers Col- lege, Huntsville. The couple plans a May 23 wed- ding in the Craft Baptist Church. MISS MARY LOIS CHANDLER . . . Engagement announced Christian Home Week to Be Observed Plans for Christian Home Week observance were made at First Baptist Church Monday night, when officers and Sunday School teachers met for a covered dish supper meeting. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

i *' *4*' •ACS 4 THE CHEROKEEAN | WMS of Central APRIL V, lWf | News Of I nterest To Society of Central Baptist W 0 M E N ary IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Four RHS Grads Honored Thursday With Party in Cartlidge Home A party in the home of Mr*. S L R Cartlidge honored Rusk inn Mama Murphy, Ted Evan*. Lola a i*. r_ Luuiugc '*■* Jenkins, Judy Travis, Sarah Bras- High graduating . **7*?! weII. Patsy Joon, Patsy Yar Mbr M Far ". tumta Blunk; Nd, and Louis McCarroll. Jr last; . .. ., , Thursday Ault, Linda Williams, Patricia rnunoay. <****%" were Mrs F/jdje Ba,W. Sue Bank., A r aní ' ' * Beverly Mustek, Jerry Alexander, .. ! Uh Keels, Kenneth Lively. Ronnie The horm- was John Watson. Harold beautiful ai^ger^nu M flowers: ^ ^ Mcf( iiting the class colors of red and ; . "7"* 1 Mary Bobbitt, Wilma Thompson, * J'e i j ,j. . . Ann Williams, Patsy Hanvy, Char- Tbe group enjoyed records and ... ' ' . . . u t u ^,i! «n<? Dossett, Billy Conway, Robert a sock hop session, followed ' . , , . jí ,.f «fc«...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

| respec- ion. II I of life, health about | Annual House, called een re- tors as cancer Jacksonville Hospitals April 35 NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Admitted: John C. Williams, Jr, city; Mrs. Elaine Furguson, Over- ton; Mrs. Ella Maddox, city; Mrs. Bertie Sewell. city; Baby Girl Bloodworth, city; Mrs. Ruby Slaughter, city; Jack Green city; Martha Diana Hooton, city; Thel- ma Clark, city; Mrs. Onis Stanger, Forney. Dismissed: Mrs. W. J. Nance, city; Mrs. Bonna Bell Broadway, city; Mrs. Myrtle Mae Hughes, Kil- gore; Mrs. lleta C. Shmbo. city; Miss Eva Owens, Bullard; Mrs. Verle Dotson, New Summerfield; Alia Lee Goodson, city; Mrs. Nel- cine Smith, Troup; Mrs. Daisy Roffe, city; Mrs. Trixie Young, Ly- tle; Mrs. Grace Joyce Holcomb, city; Mrs. Berna Mae George, city; Judy Fay Jarrell, city; Karen Sue Brush, Athens; Mrs. Dana Rob- bins, Athens; Mrs. Wyona Mc- Williams. Crockett; Mrs. Bessie Mullinix. city; Mrs. Ruth Griffin, city; Wilson Douglas, city; Mrs. Ernestine Glover, city; Mrs. George Dav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

PAGE I THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL . II Co-operation, ud is the life of OOPS! I *0 IMP IT? YOUR WATCH Hen it mot with an acci- dent? Is it not keeping good timo? Lot us tost it on our FREE Watch tec Masnr It prints a record showing the exact rate and condi- tion of your watch. WATCH REPAIRS rr EXPERTS PROMPT fCONOMICAl SERVICE Rusk Jewelers JUNIOR— /Continued from Page 1) j Breed Guilts and Sows, second I place, Byford Smith, Rusk FFA. POULTRY Laying Hen*, first, Billy J®* j Braly. Jacksonville FFA; second i place and reserve champion, Dan I Cook, Rusk: third place, Billy Joe i Braly; fourth Dan Cook; fifth, Roy j Newman, Rusk FFA j Broilers, first and grand cham ¡pión. Brent Smith, Rusk FFA; c- ,'ond and reserve champion. Donnie i Wilcox, Rusk FFA. third Bobbie [Long, Rusk FFA; fourth, Joe Flet- cher. May del le FFA; fifth, A. C. Pierce, Rusk FFA Turkeys, first and grand champ- ion, Donnie Crawford Maydelle FFA; second, Jessie Ivey, Maydelle FFA. third, Donnie Crawford; fourth. Donnie Cra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

By Vara Last week I started to write a column about the various natural baits. By ***** tine I had with the earthworm I had run out of space. Must have been a long But I'll say one thing—it's dif- ficult to say too much about the worm aa a fish bait. Property used, it will lure fish—not only bream, for which it is moat commonly employed as an enticement—but catfish, basa, and moat other fresh water varieties. I made a guess that the minnow was the second most popular na- tural bait. As with earthworms, the min- now runs into hundreds oí varie- ties, and fish will eat them all. Generally speaking, fish like best the bait that's native to the area, which means that the spottail min- now is the Texas favorite. In the spring it's no trick to catch spottails in a net or trap. They are near the surface and easily seen in clear water. They like swift water with a rocky or sandy bottom, for the spawning season. Let me remind you that there are all kinds of local laws about capturing and tra...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

* .ffWIÉSSS® THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 1 APRIL 30, IW NEWS OF INTEREST TO ... WOMEN ... IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Methodist Plan Workers Meeting Worker* in the children'* di- vision of First Methodist Church plan to meet Wednesday morning at the church, to plan unit of study for March Workers in the Primary Depart usent will meet in their depart- ments on Wednesday morning at *:3G Nursery workers will meet in their department Wednesday morning at 9:30. Junior workers will meet Wed- nesday afternoon at 3:30 in their department 0 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mrs. C. Ft McCully and daugh- ter* Colleen and Carol of Dallas and Mis* Terrell Marie Fisher, stu- dent at SUS College Huntsville, spent the weekend with parent* Mr. and Mr* T. W. Fisher. jUf11 I Mrs. Dickerson Hostess To Mary Martha Meeting SPECIAL PRICES Specials for Thursday Evening, Friday & Saturday FELTON BANKS GROCERY & MARKET USE YOUR ESTABLISHED CREDIT PHONE MU 3-4145 FOR FREE DELIVERY Rusk Texas Mrii wfí Shower Honors Mrs. J. B....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

• with ■;sa I COMM. IMS NTS OP BEARDEN furniture co. .we ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR THE APRIL 30, 19S9 CHEROKEEAN I\'::VV;V. mm, T mz&m 2 p. 1 i n. §■. ill "A.' A Christian Ufo is A lliffy Ufo JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF DELPH - FINNINGAN HIDE CO. JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OP ' RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phona 9116 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OP WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated A Other Trucking Naada 130 W. Larissa Phona 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phono 8317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phono 2-0206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestino Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Savings and Home Loans JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glass (Consignee) JACKSONVILL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

ms HilttiH# DEL MONTE CurtU BABY RUTH Gua Swift Premiui GREEN STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE WITH THIS COUPON Decker's Korn Giant Bars FRUIT COCKTAIL ■Hio No. 303 Cans iSUiáé Cashmere Bouquet soap Save As You Spend With S&H Green Stamps MONTE CATSUP Bottles mum Gerber's BABY FOOD TIDE SCOTTIES KOTEX CANS 3Lge. Boxes 4Lge. Boxes $L00 $|00 3 .SK. $1.00 Minute Heavy Beef SIRLI DEL MONTE LIMA BED0pEEE3S9 Sunshine crackers Pound Boxes Assorted florient Large MONTE GLADIOLA MEAL mm '"/"'v i y ■ J jy_ imm CIGARETTES CAMELS crtn $2.29 LUCK IES crto. $2.29 CHEfTERHELDS crtn $2.29 WINSTONS crtn $2.49 VICEROYS crtn $2.49 PAL MALS crtn.... $2.49 i v- < V V ■J* Pound ,n m M r GLADIOLA MIXII

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

"'Ü i > ¿v " -I Í.i *- §■ f r i > 3 H -I 'v, -' I I ' mi • - ^ *i 4r, ■ j? Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Swift Premium FRYERS Decker' Korn Kist BACON Pound Lb. Minute STEAK Pound 29c 39c 79i Sho, L Piggly Wiggly Heavy Beef Old Time HOT DOGS Saturday Big State, Borden's or Cabell's mvi v y* GaL Hi 1 L A Homo Each SIRLOIN STEAKS 99< COTTAGE CHEESE Pint Maryland Big State Creamery BUTTER LB. 5c 53c 25c 79c FREE 5000 S&H Green Stamps Nothing to buy. Just Regis- ter. Drawing to be held Saturday Night, May 2 D-CON-READY MIX - LX3 RAT KILLER - L69 DETERGENT Super Suds LflW. Sin 25* CLEANSER A J AX CANS 29* CHICKEN OP THI SKA TUNA LARGE FAMILY SIZE LIQUID SWEETENER SUGARINE MILK AMPLIFIER 4 OZ. PLASTIC 12 OZ. W Bonnie Baker FLOOR : i iWi BHflPq Lbs. 69c SCOTKINS REN TISSUE ALL-PURPOSR POLISH O'CEDAR SELF POLISHING WAX BRUCE HOUSEHOLD FOIL REYNOLDS KASCO DOG MEAL -Pkgs. 5Ci 47* 69* 35* 35* 29* f S OZ. PINT 25 FT. ROLL S LS. PKG. 27* 39* 35* 65* AUSTEX PRODUCTS WITH BEANS CHILI 30...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

-.5 ■%"* 'Qjpzf ilfli f ilW^Ü'íll 'I'1É1 flf lilWHfff THE CHEROKEEAN MM * APRIL n. I«S* EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1958-59 Lewi* MeCaneB .... Pet Oleada Spvtaua, Mi Paul Wi Judy Trart* Ten Miller. Cynthia Ault, Williams, Beverly Mustek. Mike Day Lola Jenkins Mrs Lewis McCtmB SNOOPER The Snoop* have heard that Tommy Buxton has a 'crush on Carol Sue Berry. Is that right Tommy*??? From all reports the Senior Play was one of the best yet! Every- one seemed to enjoy it thoroughly. The Senior* want to thank every- R Ik® 1 H AGRICULTURAL LOANS POR FARMERS, RANCHERS, DAIRYMEN, POULTRYMEM * OPERATING LOANS * EQUIPMENT PURCHASES * LIVESTOCK PURCHASES * BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS * REFINANCING DBBTS UP TO 5 YEARS ON CAPITAL OUTLAYS REASONABLE INTEREST CHARGES—Pay interest only for time PA*** '.Croé¡* 'Association DEPENDABLE—funds immediately available any time of year. ADAPTABLE—Each loan adaptad to the particular needs of Hie operator. COOPERATIVE—Owned and operated by farmer* and ranchers who use it. FRIE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

. •v>> . Bar Association Calls On ounty To Observe Law Day Cherokee County citizens are be- ing called upon to reaffirm their ation to the rule of law as foundation of individual free- in the observance of Law ay, USA, on Friday, May 1. The special observance is spon- locally by the Cherokee bounty Bar Association and on the state and national levels by the iteele Services je Held Sunday In Hoimes Chapel J'VILLE—Ross Steele, 80, pass- ed away in Newburn Sanitarium at ¡.05 a.m. Saturday morning. He vas a retired employee of Humble )0 and Refining Company. Mr. Steele was a member of the First esbyterian Church, a Woodman i>f the World and a veteran of the Spanish-American War. Funeral services were held Sun- ay afternoon at 2 in the chapel Holmes Brothers Funeral Home rith the Rev. Joe Dolman, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, of- ficiating. Interment was in Rest laven Cemetery with his grand- ins serving as pallbearers. He was survived by his wife, one an, Ross Steele, Jr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 April 1959

J THE CHEROKEEAN t AMtlL THE CHEROKEEAN ,XA* iiPtESiiliiiiiiuili •STAnCiSMI SO JULY S, tea AS THi nowa «JuTdttaTlim at fee USUI Win at taa Tana a H WHITEHEAD MBS. & H. WHTTKHK/ OLENN BROWN Ú Office ami fetslnsas Manager News Editor ¿otumas o! Utis newspaj attmtJae of the Ircuoe apo* tha character, staadaac. or in*, or tvryirrf*"* whkfc osar appear la fee net will be dadljr corrected upo* beiac browjet SUBSCRIPTION Six Months ia Comity Ok Year ia Coaaty Ste Months Out of Coaaty Ose Year Oat of Coaaty amé Cmrds of Thank (ATM L75 S3 00 >2 23 >4 00 hrdllw roto ot ic pot Cherokeean log regulating have ap STATE CAPITOL NEWS Editorials COMMENCEMENT TIME The beginning of May, Friday, means that platitudinous time of year ia almost here when senior "hitch their wagons to start" and "set high their sights" to "enter a world of reality" and to take their proper places in society and help right a wicked world being handed to them by an elder jcen- «retion. It's the time they'll sit «t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

«S"" • KM. «or r *• «« i 'diaund . . . Town 9M ¡RaundaSout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the iM«i|tflMrln| facili- ties of Rusk and Jacksonville H* tfK AJI A Al M kwi in inv vnOfi cwvnpiviv hkii iivwi medium in Choroltee County. The Cherokeean i0* **o y T^JTAS* OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, M7 Serving The Greater Rusk Trade Area MOST OF YOU FOLKS have pro babtv noticed our wider coveraae of Cherokee County (hm in your Cherokeean . . . and you may havo noticed last week whoro Tho Chor- okoaan, with tho Monday Star Journal will absorb tho Jackson- ville Journal . . . VOLUME 111 14 PAGES RUSK. TEXAS MAY 7, 1959 NUMBER 46 We've had some mighty nice comments on our enlarged report- ing from readers who like to know whets going on all over their big county . . . Roundabout's happy to say wo can bo a party to this mer- ger and still give the same homo- town service that our readership enjoys and has a right to expect. The staff and facilities that put out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PA6C 2 MAY 7, tW News Of Interest To OMEN W Coffee Honors Sara Keasler Mrs- Ramey Feted At Pink and Blue A hostess rift of a heart shaped SHOWer SatUrdOV D^.1 llut' _ ' Mr*. Charles Ramey wa¡ Miu Sara Jerry Barnett. Kindergarten Graduation Set Friday, May 15 J'VILLE — bride elect of honored with a coffee Saturday BaiJeek Bowl was presented to the morning from 10 to 12 in the honoree home of Mr Clarence King White • aides, Jr . Bradford Apartment* I Llí-L 4014 Hall Street, Dalla Mr* ,| L,enfTai flign Whiteside*, the former Frances was co-hostess B McF'arland MUS. BENNETT IN SOCIETY Jr th<" 'orTner Betsy Ebaugh We f,j,d a very j^oo^ toyj. Mr* Billie Joyce Bennett of The more than 30 guest*, which community April 28, from HI Jacksonville i* amone 14 1'nivers- included some of the Kappa Kap a m Judge in the Bural Progress Whot... Honor Roll Told RUSK FOLKS RUSK FOLKS J'ville High IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Reports Good Mr*. Bill Lm, Reportar honoree Saturday evening at a Pink ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

Renting Services Employment 'SHOP MATHEWS-MILLER1 ftosufi READ and use the FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about: 6 blocks from Courthouse. ] block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a bome oa one of them. 1 will furnish plan- *+<z specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802 M. L. cariiale. Rusk. tfc 26 ^ FOR SALE: Used television sets j for sale. All sizes ana makes, at: Rock Bottom prices. Guaranteed j in good playing order. Urdal Ra-1 dio Company. Rusk, Pli. MU 3- 4046. tfc-43 FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till- er; 825 truck tires and stocker cows. Chesley Richards, Atoy. tfc-41 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New brick homes in Crestview adW tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc-32 FOR SALE: Alfalfa and grass hay., INCREASE YOUR YIELD. Plant! L. N. Bolls. l-t-p-46 extra select peanut seed. See what FOR SALE: 20' uprigwHwuwe have Star Grocery ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 7, !«♦ Wilson Case, Zoning Studied 7 J'VILLE — Tbe Elmer Wilson! Burleson streets Conwsy stated I eat*. .South Jackson right-of-way! that the stagnant water was es- ! and re zoning took up most of the pec tally bad on Saturdays and I City Council' time Tuesday even Sunday* ! mg at its regular meeting in ht Cook stated that the water came ! :r<unctl chamber from Larissa Street. Hie council City Attorney Emerson Stone, f agreed to let Cook and Conway j Jr., reaa the investigation com discuss the matter further with complete report on the the possibility of getting street Wilson case He «ave a detailed maintenance employees to improve PRACTICING CAMP FIR p: COOKING at I.aki* Jacksonville on Monday were four . ri S out leader*, left to rijiht, Mr*. J. E. Lee, Ru*k; Mr A. <i. Acker, JackHonville; Mr-. Chuck Thompson, Jacksonville, and Mr M. W. Surface, Jacksonville. The loaders v f-re practicing for the Girl Scouts camp to lie held June 1 through •>. j nummary...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

MAN DROWNS— (Continued from Page 1) ger, Ike Scurlock of Mixon, was swept from the car with Gordon but managed to hold to a willow tree until he was rescued. Surviving the incident were Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner, Scurlock, Dud- ley Hall, and Vann Doddy. JVille Group To Hear BU Coach Monday CEHTXAL eT a SATURDAY ONLY "Northwest Mounted Police" -PLUS- GUNMEN FROM LAREDO" SAT. LATE SHOW SUNDAY-MONDAY, MAY 10-11 I M-G-M presents II AUDREY HEPBURN ANTHONY PERKINS GREEN MANSIONS ... tin forbidden forests ■ beyond the Amazon! co-starring LEE J. COBB & In MfTIOCOUM CMw , 1 TUES. • WED., MAY 1M3 «««vnw* . A nUUMOUfll KLWSt SISOLES LAWANDA COUCH CIRCLE J'VILLE—The Lawanda Couch Circle of the Women's Missionary diplomas Tuesday, May 26th Society of Central Baptist Church in the home of Mrs. Cale i ROUNDABOUT— I on TV that afternoon, and could (Continued from Page 1) ! * * •MH **'"• to th* e j i. ,, loosing toam ... ho lost too, suf-' Sunday, May 17th. with deta.ls to ,.rin9 two tonfl in hi, ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

Mozart Music Club Scout Troop Xe"¥¿7j"" Application A regular buunes* mtHiní of |C ADDrOVGCj tb« Mozart Music Club was held r Y Sunday afternoon. May 3rd at 2 ^ Arrowhead District Scout I pm. in the Sherwood Studio at b(a|||„ and thr DUtrtrt Coun.! Attn. L*la Ann Keeh. president, cjj |uve approved the application! | presided, when new of ficen were fof, a MW Troop inj elected as follow Hilton Haskell. an<j assigned it a num ' president: Birda Dixon vice prwi- ^ aciordin* to District Jud*e rtent; Sue Sessions, recording sec ^ ^ Summer* chairman of the! reunr; Jimmie Brunt scrap book K,vam)| Troop committee chairman: Jerry Hassell. accordion ^ Councli h„ «ujKned the vecretao and assistant teacher; {roop |h(f numS^ 328 ,u «ppli-j Don Roark. reporter; advisory c>tjofl haJ been forwarded to tbe chairman Gale Sessions, also Wilhin?t0f) nation4, hM(iqu„ters| Wells program chairman |( mMt w,ive furth,r g|J An invitation was read from D. . F Walker, director of Musical Arts An OTganiza...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Happy Life JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF DELPH - FINNINGAN HIDE CO. JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY R«fr¡9trat«d A Other Trucking Needs 130 W. Larissa Phone 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phone 8317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phone 2-8206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Savings and Home Loans JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glass (Consignee) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS CHEROKEE NURSING HOME With Our Compliments Tyler Hwy. Phone 4157 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS O. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 1. IW 1M,AM)KH.S KOK A M(iHT—The** two couple* ch<m; to post- with thf1 only r *a! Hula tíirl at the Rsiak Hijfh School Junior-Senior Banquet which followed a Hawai- ian theme. Pictured are. from left. Mike Day and Sue Banks and There-a Miller arid Ronnie Frazier. RUSK HIGH JUNIORS made it a double tribute last Saturday night, feting their upperclasamen and recog- nizing the new 49th state. Hawaii. The canopy of streamer above covered a Hawaiian setting. m WONDER isolation ■booth! 000 CHALLENGE M iipy- 1MB IMAtTtST AMMA1 it x d to be Ifc* Oumpo* i«« TWy Worn to o vmxt-wtof cWw,* Somo Chimp Of • foi« •d to count wp to tin by * o««S«9 owo W* bononot out PtiscRirrioN REFUTATION HAS ftffN BUILT ON INTfOftlTY. Seniors Leave Wednesday For 3-day Crescent City Trip Rusk High seniors w.ll virtually Thursday morning They plan to sneak away in the dead oi niiíht arrive in New Orleans later Thur* CHAPMAN PHARMACY Ph. MU M1J2 Rusk, T«n Wednesday when they board a Greyhound ...

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