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

County Agriculture Leaders Inspect Pasture Grasses Agriculture workers of Cherokee County inspecting pasturas on the Lester Etheridge farm at Reese. Kneeling from left to right are Adon Duncan, Voc. Ag. Teacher, Rusk; C. J. Hagier, Voc. Ag. Teacher, Maydelle; R. L. Moore, Ag. Teacher, Jack- sonville; Lester Etheridge, Farmer; E. E. Alexander, Ag. Teacher, Wells; and A. W. Coker, SCS, Rusk. Standing: Steve Lilly, County Agent; Jerry Chandler, Assistant County Agent; T. L. Gary, farmer at Reese; C. D. McKinzine, Farmers Home Administration; and O. L. Miller, Ag. Teacher, Jacksonville. Will A. Collins, SCS, made the picture. The group of men pictured a- bove visited in addition to the Etheridge farm the T. L. Gary farm and Charles Schultz farm. Excellent growth of grass follow- ing cover crops was observed. The group was also interested in ex- amining and discussing best me- thods of establishing Coastal Ber- muda grass. In most cases pine seedlings planted last winter in the Chero- ke...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 July 1959

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Nifro C#unty Horn* OlfflonttritMn AfWil Mrs. Dorothy J. Rtmbo PREVENT SPOILAGE AND POOR QUALITY IN HOME CANNEO FOOD You late time, labor and money when your canned food cpoiU If quahty is poor the food may low- appeal and nutritive value Work for lop quality in your canned producía by following these suggestions. Use young tender products . . . as fresh as you can get Gather and can in the cool of the morning. Can in small amounts. Clean food thoroughly . keep all utensils and containers clean. I'se aluminum, unchipped en- Three causes of food spoilage are: under-processing, faulty seals amel or glass for holding or pre and improper handling cooking food a Livestock Loan When You Need One! J m, A We like to «ay "yet" to local stockmen and fanners when they apply for loans. Sound loans of this type are a pleasant and constructive part of our business. We're always glad to cooperate at this bade CITIZENS STATE BANK Mambar FDIC Phona MU *2277 Rusk, Taxas Aim f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

'(Round . . . Town tyitA iRoundaiout COUNTYWIDEl NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk end Jacksonville agencies in H o most complote local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy "SPISARINKTUM" ... word you don't hoor very often, if it con bo called a word . . . Roundabout i isn't sure. Anyway thafs the word Rusk's former mayor, W. H. Hanna applied to the energetic move- ments of his little 2Vi year old granddaughter, Carol . . . seeming- ly the term denotes a kind of a- tomic energy generated by the very youthful, and without under- standing it completely, everybody gets the general idea when they hoar "she's just full of spisarink- tum." REMINDS ROUNDABOUT of VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS AUGUST 6, 1959 NUMBER 7 the days when "IMPA-SATEN" . he was called THE LUFKIN DAILY NEWS re- cently moved into its new building, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

Maydelle New by Mrs. Minnie Commit Mrs. Flora Watson of Houston ú visiting Mrs Muir. Conner this wt Mr and Mrs Walter Whitf of Wills Point and Mr and Mrs Ben Musgrove of Houston were week end guests of Mr and Mr Mayden Luper Jantce and Terr) [>.. nctr of Elk hart were visitors with Eddie and Edith IVrry Mrs Myrtle Wa'vor and daugh ter Vurlene were shopping in Husk Saturday Mrs Minnie Corner ar.d Mr Flora Watson attended ihe fuñera! of Leonard Sides in Rusk Friday Mr- Nora Wa!*on of Jackson Mile «.pent the weekend here with rtlalivr* Mr If> nr. ' r :wfr rd of Port r is spending his vacation h< re ' tih relative Ijtutrr fJ.jlton of Houston is sW'ndins, the week with his i^randpare Bolsón Mr- f. Mr- Ma.v' er Alvin wee k for nx hort ar.d i Mr ¿nd Mrs MiUr f '■ lirer; íí cornpamcd e &!." ;• ton and broth id 1 to Daw .'jri this «.hort visit Mrs Mol i« < her son Sam ¡fe Sunday tin; in the Marl S jt.oV. were Mr and !. < '¿r1 v ,ind dau, hw-rs i,il!y of Tyler and Mr (O £ T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

Renting Services Employment For Best Result: READ AND USE THE FOR SALE ' FOR SALE: Quilts and quilt tops. Mrs. Ella Mae Holcomb, Rt. 1, FOR SALE: 1956 25 HP Evinrude Rusk, Texas. 3-t-p-7 Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and p^gALE: 1958 two door Chev- .^ernFrD J,aCíen' w^ICo' rolet, 6 cylinder. 1,500 miles, call RmI Raruainl Pall \fIT 3- 1 . ' $550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3 4605, Rev. Elwood Birkelbach. MU 3 4785. 3-t-p-7 tfc-50 FOR SALE: 1955 Nash Rambler ' " Station Wagon. Call Mrs. Black, FOR SALE: I have 12 low, about MU 3.2630 8 to 5 weekdays. 3-t-c-7 6 blocks from Courthouse 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will j FOR SALE: 1956 14 ft. Yellow build you a home on one of them. Jacket boat with 1958 Evinrude I will furnish plan:. specifics- Lark. 35 HP motor and trailer, tions and help you to finance. Only S850.00. Call 8534, Jackson- Phoae MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle ville after 5 p.m. J-2tc-8 Rusk. tfc-26 ! sically fit and willing to work can receive permanent employment. Sala...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

! - ■rsBB A RECEIPE SHOWER Saturday efternoon t 4 p. m. in the home of Mrt. Ernest Odom, 512 John, hon- ored. left to right. Mil* Ann Ooth.rd, b, --'select of A.,b'y Wom.ck; Mi Judy McElmurr*y, bride- e! ct of Jo# Mvrriy; *nd Mi Rovtma.-y M.ller, bride elect of K«nd.e Ruenhoover Mis Ninette Odom «nd Mi• Manlyn McCerroH were cohostesv WMU Program, Misses Gothard, McElmurry "Facing Problems," ^nf| Miller Shower Honorees Presented Monday Boptisf Juniors Enjoy Picnic Monday, 6 p. m. Bridal Shower Honors Miss Ault T ues.Evening Mum Cynthia Ault, bride-elect of taper entwined with pink daisies. Jerry Paul Alexander, wai honor rose and a pink wedding bell corn- ed with n miscellaneous shower plimented the centerpiece. Tuesday night, August 4th at the The mantle held an arrange lovely home of Mr. and Mrs Fel- ment of pastel pink glads and | ton Banks with their daughter, Sue white mums flanked by crystal and Mrs Herman Lee and Miss holders and white tapers Patricia Dodson as hostesses Miss ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pace of Dallas announce Ihe en- gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Shierley Cobb, to Richard Townley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Townley, Sr., of Alto. The wedding cere- mony will be performed Saturday night at 7 o'clock at the Central Baptist Church, Lufkin. Friends of the couple are invited. Week-End Parties Fete Future Bride and Groom ing Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCarroll, Lewis, Jr. and Susan of Rusk, and Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson of | Austin. 0 Central Baptist Circles MARY SUE LOCKARD CIRCLE J'VTLLE--The Mary Sue Lock- ard Circle of the Woman's Mission- ary Union of Central Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. W. G. Wiseman, 419 Neches. Mrs. A. J. Brazil presided at the short business meeting in the ab- sence of Mrs. J. G. Bailey. The Bible lesson was taught by Mrs. John A. Beall with "Prevailing Prayer" as the topic. Members present were Mesdam- es A. J. Brazil, Coy Grimes, L. B. Haberle, C. A. Childs, Fra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

FANS! TO THE 11TH ANNUAL RCA APPROVED WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SPONSORED BY THE LIONS CLUB OF RUSK 8 P. M. NIGHTLY AT THE RODEO ARENA While You Are In Rusk, Patronize The Following Business Organizations. They Will Be Happy To Serve You! RUSK JEWELERS ■the hume o y EINE JEWF.I.KY CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY NORTON FURNITURE SMART SHOP BEARDEN'S FURNITURE ALEXANDER & LUSK GARAGE LOUISE BEAUTY SHOP "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" SPECIALS BEGINNING AUGUST 11th HANNA REAL ESTATE CHEROKEE THEATRE C.J. HARKINS GULF SERVICE STATION ROTEN MATERIAL COMPANY THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN -TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY" PARKS CLEANER GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED ASS'N. WEBB'S DRESS SHOP ZERO FOOD LOCKERS SOUTHWESTERN ABSTRACT COMPANY ROBERT A. ion nOENHOFf THE TEXAS COMPANY J. C. WILLIAMS. CONSIGNEE ELLIS MANNING GROCERY WESTERN AUTO STORE CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY CHAPMAN PHARMACY SEARS ROEBUCK & COMPANY STOVER'S CAFE LOVELADY'S DAIRY TREAT GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY CHEROKEE...

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

OLD PAPERS PROVE All Humor Is Not New Humor ••All wisdom is not new wis- t0 appreciate it fully. , -And are you faithful to your dom," according to Britain's fam Sonne are funny in themselves; studies"' o us statesman Winston Churchill, j some are funny because they are "Ves, ma'am.1' Looking at some of the our elder unfunnv "D° >'ou say your prayers every newspapers, we might add that Xhe Press-Journal, a Rusk paper night?" all humor js not new humor of 1916 for example carned this "Yes. ma'am. " The humor of, say, 40 years ago;liüle pun which i# incontestably (because that ia the uge of the a t0(jav; source papers), was good and bad. j Howe-Don't vou know And it would probably take an thiag about „o[f.: expert on the history of humor Wise—Not mu-h Why' Passage Of Tucker - Coupland Meet Labor Bill Held Sunday at Stryket UpToHouse and Mr. and Mrs From John Dowdy any- I THE SWORDFISH'S long snout is so powerful that it has actually pierced clean through a copper-plated boat. Its s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

J'ville BonkersAttend School j-vtmj*. — Two Jacksonville bankers returned from itttndmg the ¿Southwestern Graduate School oí Banking in Dallas Amone the We Guard Your Family's Health FiHing pi*icripti«(ii it a «aerad trust arid the vital, highly-skill- ed, "heart" our service; but we alio maintain baby neadt firit iid, sickroom, and medi- cina cbatt utpplla* tor you and your family"' convenience. Come in, let us help yao, any- time! PH<£NE 7274 May Drug Inc. Laritta at Raftdale Jacksonville imiicvitt • si a vie i - satiir more than 300 in attendance were Frank Wagoner III. Cashier of the First National Bank, and E R Gvccf. Jr , vice president of the Texas Bank and Tru*t Company. The school i* held on the S M U campus and t* sponsored jointly by the University and the Dallas Clearing House Association The course offered by the school takes three years to complete and each student is required to write a the- sis on some department of bank- ing at the end of the second year, fn addi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

.* «. ** * • ' * *úZ' A * *■? * 4 DETERGENT Super $uds 35< Lge. size w-china %. * «.* w .* •« - - T7.* 9c off ■ Liquid VEL <ing Size Include Dinnerware AD -9*- «<ze. detergent Lge. size. BEAUTY BAR VEL 2 Bars 39f DETERGENT VEL Large Size 33l 2c Off Cleanser AJAX 2 14 oz. Pkgs. 29l KreUchmer Wheat Germ 12 oz. jar 35^ WELCOME! RODEO VISITORS AUGUST 6 7*8 ARGO STARCH 2 12 oz. Pkgs. 25Í Niblets MEX800RN 2 12 oz. cans 39^ Household Deodorant FLORIENT 69* \ 100 S & H Green Stamps With the ^ ^ ^ Purchase of $10.00 or More T v POPCORN PINTO v * v/wvto v v vi •• i^iivp * ooj * * COFFEE SAVE AS YOU SPEND With S & H Green Stamps. Save S & H Green Stamps to pur- chase all your Christmas wants! MAXWELL HOUSE Lb. Can WHITE * Guaranteed Quality Meats + nrriTD^e nirwir j omv/ivLU riumv, IjgtHAMS -29" RATH'S THICK SLICED BAC0K J Lbs. *r HEAVY VEAL ROUND STEAK Lb. 89' RUMP OR PIKE'S PEAK ROAST Lb. 69' BEANS comet RIGE morton SALT 10 oz. can Lbs. Lbs. Boxes 10< KflRO SYRUP hone...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

PA&E 1 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 4, 1 S The Cherokeean ASSOCIATION BELLY UP 'OCS' Provides Underprivileged Friends With Hangover, Dollars CSTAftLiSHED JUL T 4, IM7 AS THE Entered u second cuu mattmt st the pottoiiiee st Rus*. Texaj coder Art oí Marc* S. 187® E. H WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H WHITES LEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upot. the character, standing, or repu tation oí aay person, firm, or corporation wakh may appear in the foluaas of this newspaper will be fladiy corrected upon being brongnt to rhe attention of the publisher $1 75 $3 00 JZ25 $4 00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Six Months in County One Year in County Sa Months Out of County One Year Out of County - Classifies and Cards of Th*nks cfc«r9 d for at tha ft* o4 $€ pt ward. Cherokeean Editorials The Blarney Age To a casual observer >f the time* it seems that nov. would be- one of the most opportune time* in the history erf man to pull off a hoax of anv sort or ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

w y >ing pur- ine t«. rnor is a fu- tax fed- one LET'S HELP RUSK GROW Win Up To $1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY A search for industry, while an admirable thing for a community and its citizens,, needs to be accompanied by increased efforts to make the most of what we have. Is Rusk deriving the maximum benefit from the industry it has? If not, why not? Is there anything the people, the community as a whole, or individual organizations can do to enhance the opportu- nities already established? Could it, for example, get more of the out-of-town people em- ployed here to make their homes in Rusk? How can we make living here more attractive to commuters. Is it a personal relations problem, a merchandising problem, a housing problem? These questions are yours. And their answers lie in your hands, if you're a citizen of Rusk. What does some of the existing industry think about Rusk. The clue to what we have to offer...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

A Family That Pray: RUSK CHURCHES assembly of god Pastor: REV J. A- G RUTTY Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJIC. YriAvf —2pm Morning Worship — 11 a.m.. Sunday C. A. Service — 7 pre, 9uodat Evening Worship — 7:36 9 ta.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni* H. WeM>. Pmttmr SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, t) 45 a m Morning Worship. 11 00 a m. Training Union, 6 30 pm Evening Worship. T30 p m Yooth Fellowship, 8:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 15 Choir Practice £ 00 p ra CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne u. Viorrow Sunday School. 9 45 a m Morning Wo.-shtp. 11:00 am Training Union 6 30 Sun Even Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday Evening Services 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, castor Sunday School, 10 am Worship Service. Ham BTU, 7 pm. Evening Worship, 8pm Midweek Worship. Wed nitht, 7 30 p m SEVENTH-DAY AOVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, 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 colore...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

SS'SSSSi! S|S * *$ * j 5-5ÍS5 * £2 5S££Íin¡S •: ^* ' •"" '.- f>.< T*."* ... ü ■*■**■■■%. ■"' + ' ■ * *#-*■ «h** i mssmsmssmsmmmmss A jbsolute loneliness is probably the most terrifying experience that man can ever know on this earth. We have but to remember the shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe who cried, "X would gladly exchange five years of my life for but one word from another human being." A high price for a single utterance; but who of us would not pay it had we been the abandoned sailor. And yet how many of us become like Robinson Crusoe or this single flower in the desert cut off from our own kind by our own choosing. Shipwrecked on a desolate island by our unconcern for our fellow man ... stranded in a desert of barren waste by our disinterest in the common good of the community in which we live. And in turn, being forgotten by those who love us and need our love. We should surely thank God each day for the warm love of our family; for the fine community we live in and for ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE « AUGUST i. It news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Feted With Party, 18th Birthday Beta Alpha Chapter Members Church of Christ BeginsMurPhy To Attend Regional Meeting r , . . Speaks To s*verai of ,h, . DID/e bChOOl On Monday K ivy anions emphasis S'iuthwfst Hatfield Circle To Meet Thurs. At the Church The Virginia Hatfield Circle of First Baptwt Church will mwt Thursday morning. 0 30 at the church for a regular meeting Mm Dom Richardson will be in charge <jl the program Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Museum. Gamma international honorary Bartlesviile fea<her* society, will attend the Southwest Regional Conference of the organization in Tulw August 10 11 12 Oklahoma is extending a most cordial welcome to I>e|ta Kappa Gammas to combine the confer ence with a vacation and visit Mohawk Park in the fttarks or make a tour of the Lake Country In northeastern Oklahoma. The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa, head quarters for the conference wel- comes the Southwest Regio...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

SCD NEWS Good Timber Practices Are Demonstrated By County SCD Rusk Rodeo Could Be Decisive 4U0USI6, For Many Cowboy Contestants 1 WHAT RUSK POLKS ARE DOING * * Pinico a rwl Horhinrt PiHc An THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 1 Eligibility for the first National December 26-30 at Dallas, Eloise and Darlene Fitts, on vac- Texas. ation, write from Cedar Pass Lodge Finals Rodeo—rodeo's world ser . , . . .. ^ , . D . ies—may be decided for several As an R. C. A. rodeo, the Rusk jn _ e par 0 e a a a The picture shows the results of Timber Stand Improvement on timber tract owned by the Warner Sisters of Wells, Texas. Prom left to right is Miss Bonnie Warner, Jack Mims, Forester for Southern Pine Lumber Company, Miss Shamess and her mother, Mrs. Norma Shamess. The two pictures above repre- are culls die out and leave open- sent a sequence of forestry oper-' ings so that sunshine, air and ations which speed up the growth j moisture can better stimulate young growing timber. The picture on the right shows J...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN pace a Ginny Hooper Returns Home After Camp EJeren year -old Mm Ginny Hooper, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs G T Bowman of Rujk. re- turned to her home In Pasadena. Texas. July 30 from Chickasha, Oklahoma, where she han been attending Summer Camp at the Jane Brookf Private School for the Deaf She ha* been accepted as an oral student for the following year at the Jane Brooks Foundation and will return there August 31 to resume acude míe studies — speech and lipreadmg 0 «WTERESTING FACTS Sir Fr¿ncu DriAce wa* the first Englishman to .sad around the world Three birds which cannot fly are the emu. kiwi and ostrich AUGUST 4, 1959 Smith Receives Army Artillery Instruction LEGAL FORT SHA. OKLA (AHTNC) — Army Pvt Billy J Smith, son of Mr aod Mrs G Washington Smith, Route 1, Rusk. Texa*. is scheduled to complete eight weeks of ad- vanced individual artillen train mg August 7 at The Artillery and Missile Center. Fort Sill, Okla Smith is receiving training; in the duties of a cann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

ATicrofiifi, .. . P 0 Box 8033Vk* * tUí0* I i i • '¡Round . . . T o wn í)iitfí íloundafíouL COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsga'Sering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most completo local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy GLAD TO LEARN that Rev. O. P. MEADOR is recovering satis- factorily from his heart attack . . . Bro. Meador is one of the finest men that old Roundabout has ever had the opportunity to know . . He is one of the hardest working preachers in East Texas . . . We know his regular Sunday morning sermons on KTLU are being miss- ed, but wo hope to have him back on the air soon . . . VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK. TEXAS AUGUST 13, 1959 NUMBER 8 PROSPECTS FOR a County Air Port for Cherokee County are look- ing better every day . . . Leaders from Rusk and Jacksonville were on hand Monday to meet with the Comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

THE PAGE 2 CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 13, 1 S* Cherokeean HOUI BOUT THAT By RALPH TEE IT'S THE LAW ■ PR E SS *1 «SSDCIATU 1959 6ST.\8i.. .-<fO iuLi >. 144/ AS TM6 PIONEEk Entered 11 ^rond Oitiic; i tia«- Art of Marth 3 lffi# pout of fie* at Hu¿*. Tesa* E. H WTUTKHKAU MRS E. H WHITKHK GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Busir.fM Manager News Editor Any {rrooeoui rtffl'cUW up*>t< the c8>w cter. siao'iiog, or repu- tation o/ as y p*r~>n. firm. ->r curpor ition woJcb may appear r. th« columns of thu newspaper will tx- gla'ily corrected upon being brtmglM to 'h<- aifrntk>n oí ibi- publisher Sue Months in C« One Year in Cov Six Months Out c One Year Out of $ U B S C 8 Coun!)' i P T I O N BATE ty SI 75 S3 00 $2.25 $4 00 Clatiifwdi and C rd« of Thank charged for at tha rata of 5c p«r word. Cherokeean Editorials 'Peace' Breaks Out Again OH MY +OSH I THESE coto CUTS WEHT BAD. WHY I JUST 8OUGHT THIS MEAT THE DAY BEFORE YESTERPAY T THE*§I* CITY WHEN I &ITMÍAT, I BU...

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