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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

Iik >f ie mm F. M. Stovall, Rusk, examines the excellent growth on his young cot- ton. Planted May 11—Picture made July 16. Stovall's Land Proves Proper Soil Care Pays "It just shows what proper care of the soil will do," says F. M. Stovall speaking of the excellent growth his row crops have made this year. Stovall, a long time co- operator of the Cherokee County Soil Conservation District in Rusk, planted 5 acres of cotton on May 11. On land where Vetch has been grown for the past 5 years, this cotton on July 16 averaged five feet high. A rotation of corn, maize and cotton with the vetch planted each fall and turned under late in the spring has been followed on this field. The crop residue has been shredded on the field each fall. Stovall has 15 acres of corn plcnted May 4, and it has been plowed twice. On July 16, the corn averaged 9 feet tall with two ears in milk stage on practically every stalk. This field has had the same treatment as his cotton field. J. B. Penn, cooperato...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

P«fi 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 23. IWf STATE CAPITAL NEWS Tense House Begins Fourth Called Session On Tax Bill Guiirdtanv of Health Don't Risk The Health of Your Family! Snng all your pr*tcrtp ion* •o us! Our trained and li- pharmacist follow your doctor's directions pre- :isely, using only thp finest pharmaceuticals) Cartlidge Drug Store PHone MU ^2358 Rusk. Tex. was that the private club ta* was cut out and the radio arid TV tax A bill lightly increased students _ _ , „ , j„ to Dubhc criti- come and go from public beaches AUSTIN, Tex - Texas 56th conference cnmm.tteesof .enator* already h " p No one, it «y., «hall erect a fence Legislature fizzled to the end of *nd representative* Senate voted asm of 1.fmmered or barrier to prevent this its third session and 180th day with (avorabl> tim* -rw'aecused Carr of trying to' Beaches that cannot be reached its main Job-providing money to F,n* was by * thvk,rt the W1|j of a House ma by public road or ferry are exempt voii of 81 t >-64 Th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

I COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Happy Life 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 Refrigerated & 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 TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Deere Dealer Ph. 8051 JACKSONVIL...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 6 JULY 23. IW WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Bom to Mr and Mrs Willie July J7 Ward of Jacksonville. a son Admitted Mrs Raymond Hill, Born to Mr and Mrv C f< Gallatin; Mrs Flossie McLeod. f"'"1 ot Lone star • *°n New Summerfield Mrs Ollie Fur NEWBURN SANITARIUM Born to Mr and Mrs Johnny Maydelle News by Mrs. Minnie Conner low Rt 1, Mt Enterprise. Baby Girl Hawkins, city; Mrs Ralph Nicholson, city; Mrs Lena I-ane. Killts of Jack son v. lie a daughter city, Mrs C. O Phillips, Rt. 1. city; 80171 ,0 Mr and Mn Joseph Delph city Mrs James "eador of Jacksonville, a son Dennis, Nacogdoches. D M Dea son. city; Ronnie Gibbs. city; Vickie Ann Gilbert, city; Mrs Ed- ward Bowman. cit>; Joseph Cooper. Frankston: Mrs Jake Stripling. Bullard Buy Jimtmon. Rt 5. Troup, Baby g'/i Bowman, city Washburn Baby girl, city Dismissed Mrs G W Akers, Rt 1, Kilgore, Mrs Vernon Mr. and Mrs Roy Camp and son, Brown. Rt 5, Jacksonville; Mrs Mr and Mrs (...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

-ft 'If)' \ WJ\ / / iár I \ S\ ? i * 19c 19c I I N Zi 0 Remember the OLD DAYS? We've BROUGHT 'EM BACK! A real, honest-to- goodness OLD FASHIONED SALE with savings in every department! The finest foods in town are awaiting you at PIGGLY WIGGLY - - - and at lowest prices in YEARS! For real savings, for FINEST fojds, shop Piggly Wiggly's OLD FASHION- ED SALE! COCA COLA Bottle Carton Tender Veal Chuck or Crown Roast" 55 Neuhoffs Preferred Sliced Bacon Lb- 55c Neuhoffs Tender Franks % 49c Deckers All Meat Bologna Cracker Barrel ¡¡HACKERS Bonnie Baker FLOUR Polar King ICECREAM Neuhoff PURE LARD Del Dixie HOMINY WHITE OR YELLOW Maryland Club Instant COFFEE KOTEX Scott TISUSE LB 19c 5 LB BAG 39c 1 GAL m 8LB CRTN SI 49 2 3;l m 12 REG. ROLL 89* 35c GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Bell PEPPERS Red GRAPES Fresh Green CABBAGE U.S. No. 1 Red POTATOES 10 Winesap APPLES POUND POUND POUND POUNDS POUND " 39. FREE Meadolake Golden OLEO Softweave TISSUE Kero — Red Label SYRUP Breast-O-Chicken — Chunk TUNA CRISCO ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN FACI • JUL¥ n. mi No Heirs, No Will, State Gets Estate By Defoult Foreign Aid Buys Hate Made your will? IÍ not. the Slate Presumably, there is hardly oí Texas may wind up as owner person who does not have some in From John Dowdy The Senate has completed its action on the foreign aid authori- zation bill. The cuts made there were approximately the same in amount as we made in the House, which was about 10'í of the Presi- dent's requests. While the bill was in the House, we tried to amend it to require a • some friends as executor, to take care of all necessary arrangements , . i .. , . . .. , . _ ,. ami then distribute the estate ac- oi your estate upon your death dividual or charity that he would cordjng vour wtshM Under our statutes the estates of prefer to have his estate, rather ^ ^ han(] ¡{ you have persons having no heirs who die than have it go to the State by de o{ a w¡n intestate revert, or escheat " to fault, so to speak Yet surprisingly^ ^ f<> degigrut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 July 1959

< 1 w 1 1 if^oixttcL • • • Town ^Hitk Haundci&out COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the nowsgethering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville «goneit in the most complete local news nwlium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area p o * «alo. oar 10c per Copy WELL, IT WONT BE LONG i VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS JULY 30, 1959 NUMBER 6> it' Rodeo Time! Roundabout un- derstand* tho follow* in the Lions FOR COTTONBELT Club aro plenty busy, doing all tho last minuto jobs . . . like decorat- ing for instance . . . the Club bought several hundred dollars worth of gala trim to decórate downtown and the arena area. Tho boys will put it up themselves . . . this week, and by Monday wo should be looking right "rodeo- Mk." RR Agent Comes To End Of Long, Long Tracks Independence Day, 1907, was an appropriate day for starting the colorful railroad career of G. W. Corley, the Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 July 1959

LET'S B H ÍI ! ■ m ill ■ I | iiiin !I; I B H il lin II 11 ;.. is Hi Hi íüni i Jll I I 1 ill HELP RUSK GROW Win Up To $1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects important part our citizens can play in locating new industry Before our eitiieni lend their concerted effort* toward attracting new job opportunity* to th ir community, doubtless they will need to reflect on meny question in th t connection. This highly competitive ie*rch for industry the nation over is a many faceted piopoiition. It poiet many question*. An industrial eco- nomist has made a list of these questions—each of them topics for extensive exploration, thought and discussion. They reach to the heart of every element of a community. They are subjects for individual thought and examination. Some of them ara: Do we really want industry? What is industry like? What must our town do to attract industry? What citizen can do to keep industry out? Are we ready for industry? How long does it fake to get industry? Would indust...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 July 1959

1 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 30. \9S9 pAGE 3 Buying Selling Renting Services Employment FQfBesf Result READ AND USE THE FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1956 29 HP Kvinnide Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer. Four life jackets. Price, $550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3 4605, Rev. Elwood Birkelbach. tfc-SO FOR SALE: I have 12 low, about 6 blocks from Courthouse. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on oue of them. I will furnish plant. «a specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 FOR RENT: Three room furnished apartment North Main. All con- veniences. Ph. 3-4880. J. H. Fors ter. tfc-2 FOR RENT OR SALE: 2 bedroom house, bath on Bonner Street. Con- tact Arthur Powers at the Drive In Grocery on Highway 69. 4-t-p4 I FOR RENT: 3 bedroom furnished house. All conveniences. Just out- ; side city limits. MU 3-4475. l-t-c-6. FOR RENT: Two houses on Hen- derson Street. Both have garages. Call M. M. Guinn, MU 3-4142, Rusk. 4-t-c-6 SALE Diamonds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 July 1959

PAGi 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 30, It Rain Storms Blamed For More Than 20 County Accidents Over Past Weekend Summertime is Tetanus Time Summertime is barefoot time! j mala They're passed onto the 5 Think back Mom and Dad to the; «round in animal dejects, easily summers when you dragged yourj available for re-entry into a hu- Í feet through the dust, let mud J'VILLK—The rain storms over miny of Wichita Falls. Also in-, the *e«*k end were apparently the! jured were Dommy's wife and Jacksonville were cause of a rash of acodents in Garry Carter of Montague, Texas.! lows Jacksonville and the North por All three were hospitalized for i ooze up between your toes, or if you were a city dweller, maybe you splashed in the gutters after a Accidents in the City limits of 1954 Ford driven by Brenda Lou jjght rain. listed as fol- Allen, estimated damages to both cars $200 00. But along with this great child- hood pleasure of going barefoot Saturday. 4 29 P.M at Com-j Monday. 1:00 P.M. Fort Worth goej...

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

the hu- cut nd so Imon |in a im- be the ysi- Jinity Jially the sion, Mrs. Parker ?en- Johnson -r ii ii/ i interviews Talks Wed.,\Gop |_eader Civic Club Senator Saltonstall: V* I w IW V* ■ Senator Johnson, you are one of Rotarians and Rotar>anns heard most distinguished members a challenging, and inspirational of our Senate and Majority Leader talk Wednesday noon by Mrs. Mil- of your Party here. Though we dred Parker, educational director are on opposite sides of the aisle of First Methodist Church, Jack- j and both members of the ieader ^Introduced Wy the program ships of our respective Parties, chairman, Mrs. Merle Jackson, the j rve always admired the way in speaker talked on our purposes which you have carried out your THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 30, 1W9 PAGE 5 and responsibilities in life, and what we can do to follow the teachings and ministry of Jesus Christ. She cited the need today for Christian motivation toward <1) strengthening family life, (2) better housing facilities, (3...

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

PAGE * the cherokeean^ Funeral Rites J'ville Quarterback Club INTERESTING FACTS Thirty-three ye*n usually con stitute a generation. ! it originated in Hamburg, Ger- Hamburger is so called because ¡ many. Eorle Stephens To Serve On Scout Steering Committee Held Monday Begins Membership Drive For D. F. Benge The East Trui Area Council, Boy Scoots of America, begin today to give every eligible Scout and Explorer an opportunity to enroll for participation in the Fif th National Jamboree which will see 50,000 boys and Leaders camp ing together at Colorado Springs, Colorado from July 22 to July 28 I960 "Each Unit in the Council," said John T Randel, Tyler. Chairman of the Council's Jamboree Commit tee. "is being sent information about the Jamboree and Applica tion Forms We are hopeful that every Unit will be represented by at least one member The National U--—" Being a Pharmacist Is A Never-Endng Education . . . He must keep himself complete ly up-t -dete on all the advance* o4 modern med...

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

I, Ger- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Central Baptist WMU Meets Monday To Elect Officers J'VILLE—The Women's Mission- ary Union of Central Baptist Church met in the chapel of the Church Monday afternoon at 3:30 for their regular business meeting and to elect new officers. The meeting was opened with the song "O For A Thousand Ton- gues To Sing" led by Mrs. Brad i'Small Things' I Is Circle Topic J'VILLE — The Lula Newburn Circle of Woman's Missionary j Auxiliary of First Baptist Church J met Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. in i| a classroom of the church for a study on "Small Things." The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Carlton Musick. In the absence of the president, Mrs. J W. J. Weatherby, Mrs. C. R. Mea dows presided over the short busi- minutes of the last meeting were ness meeting. It was decided at read and approved by the secre- this time that the group would i tary, Mrs. R. B. Garmon. The following officers were pre- sented b...

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

AU • THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 10. ItS WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Goestt of Mr* John Wightman the past week were her daughters Mrs. Carl Everette of Gladewater and Mrs. Pope Keller and son. there, also Salt Lake City. Yellow- ning and Mr Manning at Dallas, stone National Park They spent and left Wednesday morning for two days at Jackson. Wyoming DeRidder, Louisiana to visit their visited Colorado Springs, Este* friends, Mrs. Mrs. Earl Wilkerson. Pope. Jr.. of Brook haven, Musis. ^ Roya] Gorf,, Park, Seven Falls, Pikes Peak and sippi and her niece, Mrs Wayne Abbott and son, Wayne, Jr of Denton. Mr and Mrs. C. J Harkins spent the weekend at Big Springs with Mrs Harkins' sister, Mrs. A. J Statter and family. Tricia Ann and Kaylyn Statser accompanied them to their home after two weeks visiting here Barbara Stattter and Charlotte Noble accompanied Mr and Mrs. Harkins home for a visit. Miss Mary Ruth Butler, who is attending summer school at SFA College. Nacogdoches, spent the weekend with paren...

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

c/7%e On/úina¿ c A SERI^ sheff after sheff after she/f of food RUSK, TEXAS Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 30,31, August I, and Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 3,4,5. HEY KIDS ITS YOUR DAY NOW! FREE - WIN - FREE Nothing to Buy ! No Registering ! Just save your mother's cash register tapes tha she gets at Pigglv Wiggly GET Full Information At PIGGLY WIGGLY RUSK, TEXAS Yes this hot rod is free. Nothing to buy. No registering. All you have to do is save your mother's cash register tape that she gets with each purchase at Piggly Wiggly, Rusk, Tex. Get your friends to save you his or her tape. Then together start saving today. And the boy or girl who has the longest tape or tapes that are taped together will win this Hot Rod from your friendly Piggly Wiggly store in Rusk, Texas. Judging Monday, August 31st - 5 P. M. YOUR OWN GASOLINE mm* AUTOMATIC WILL 00 30 MILES PER HOUR ON 60 MILES GALLON FREE 100 S & H GREEN STAMPS EXTRA! WITH THE PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MOR...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN STATE FACE 2 JULY M. IW The Cherokeean TEXAS £st/\fili>heo JULr i, im; as the pioneer Entered u second class matter at the post office at Rusk. Texaa trader Act of March 3. 187#. Capital News by Vern Sanford tentative* have tried bard to for Tsm* Prest Association muíate a tax program that would AUSTIN—Tired reading about tor th* needj of the ,tate the Texas legislature1 The<r ''tort* have ***" stymied. Well—my fr.end - you're not t Durinf the past six month there alone Seems hke most everybody J" ***" <*lk oí a unicameral legis- lature, like Nebraska's. Also there E. H WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN fee la that way—including many members of the House and Sen- ha* ***n U,k of a ,^clal elect,on ate. Okay, then, for a little diversion to let the public decide on taxes Editor and Publisher Okay, then, for a little diversion --««pecully sales taxes Some of- Office and Business Manager let s look north and see what has ilc'aU I*1"1 the *?, * . News Editor...

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

The Sauce Makes The Pizza m,,, ««■ap ■ -i l|fl pffiPl* - ■> Daniel's Fighting Speech Results In Biggest Ovation From W . W. GUu Already we have seen results from his speech in the reactions I have heard many governors members who had formerly speak before the Legislatures, but ,^e severence beneficial^' tax Now many of them are be- Rev. Webb Optimistic Of Getting Family To Rusk THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 30, 1959 PAGE 3 Rev. Lonnie Webb was in Sally Ann Saylor is the undisputed queen of her pizza lovin' crowd. She prefers the traditional yeast dough, but that takes time. When the nour is late, she builds Individual pizzas on split muffins or uses a biscuit mix, made stiff and kneaded satin-smooth. She makes do with whatever cheese is handy, and is not particular about the sausage because she knows the SAUCE makes the pizza. She cans sauce (in late summer when tomatoes are cheap) as that is the only way she can have a sauce seasoned her way. Sally Ann's Pizza Sauce 4 quarts chopped tomat...

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

A Farni RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF COO Part or: REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Flayer Meeting W.M.C. Friday -2 pm. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p m . Sunda Evening Worship — 7:30 p a.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni* H. Webb, Paitor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. 9 45 a m Mornin? Wor-vhip, 11:00 am. Training Union, 6 30 p m Evening Worship, " 30 pm Youth Fellowship, 8 30 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:15 Choir í'rac?if o P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne 0. V/rrow Sunday School, 0 45 a rn Morning Worship, 11 00 arn Training Union 6 30 Sun Even Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednf day Evening Service" 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, uastor Sunday School. 10 a rn Worship Service, 11 am, BTU, 7 p m. Evening Worship, 8 p m. Midweek Worship, W< d. nisiht, 7 30 p.m. SEVENTH-OA Y ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Cartar, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m. Worship .Service 11:00 Wed Night Service 7 30 Bible Lessons illustrated with c...

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

I Attend Church of Your Choi© JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES ' I ■ HHP t JHsfsSfflPIM fry H: • ' ; . \ r# V §?Pif/ -• til >•'' <í¡*? 7* pipe bridge spanning the water is a :ommon sight in the gas producing areas of our ;reat nation. This line is but one of thousands :hat feed the hungry furnaces of American ndustry. How nearly we might compare the 'learning line with the arteries that carry the >recious life blood throughout our bodies. Human ife and industry would not be possible without hese small but important lifelines. And so it is with the Church . . . for the rhurch is the lifeline between God and man. It is where man's spiritual needs are fed, his faith and >eliefs renewed. And his doubts, worries and frus- rations removed. Through the church . . . God's Jfeline... is man able to know of the bountiful >lessings of eternal life. MM ^ W&ti % The Church if God's appointed agency in chis world for spreading ihe knowledge of His Iov« for man and of His demand for man to...

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

Alexander the Great was born in Macedonia, died in Babylon, and was buried in Egypt. Jacksonville Hospitals W. E. Bailey INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service FIRE, CASUALTY AND AUTO INSURANCE SONDS SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO - POLICY POR YOUR CHILD 209 E. Liriiu St. TELEPHONE 9331 Ruth Thrower, Rt. !, Henderson, Baby Boy Dement, Lone Star, Mar die J Berry city; Baby Girl Berry, city, Mr Mary Elizabeth Tibbs, Houston; .Samuel Holsone. city, George B Burns, Kt 2, city. Betty Jo Joslin, city; Mrs Casaie Holmes. Rt 1, Diboll; Aiien T Travis, Can- ton, Noel E Shackelford, Rt 5, Troup; Mrs Ruey McCarty, I^wn, Sara D Anderson, city; Sheila Ann Stemm, city; D'Ann Lewis, Rt, 2, Bui lard. July 26 Admitted. Mrs E L. Issacks, Rt. 4, Troup; Margaret Whitaker, city, John N Sessions, city. Baby Boy Issacks, Troup, Charles W Bryan, Ft Worth 18, Wiiay L Chandler, Rt city; William V Griffin, tit}, Joe H. Henderson, city; Mrs Lray Dominy, Wichita Falls, Mrs Charles E Clark, Kilgorc; Charles F Ivy, R...

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