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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

Ul nday fath- Bur- «• g af- with tired ny. e; a k; a 11 of nedy Mrs. k'aite, land. Port n. •toro, your germs. sur ) 84 23 47 70 44 CMII ownl )wn >wn THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 13. 1959 SECOND PLACE wat won by the Rotary Club float with its five diminuitive cowboys and cowgirls, fashioned after a r o d • o pagi 3 Pont a Sets Community Meeting The Ponta Organized Community will meet Thursday, August 13th at 8 p.m. for a regular meeting, according to Mrs. Lloyd F. Cox of that community. The 4-H Club will also have a ! meeting at the same hour. The ¡ two organizations will combine ! programs. 4-Hers plan to observe Parents Night Thursday, and a good at- | tendance is urged, said Mrs. Cox. Following the business meetings, a watermelon feast is to be en- joyed, under the sponsorship of the Recreation committee. 0 Misnamed 'Civil Rights' Bill ^/wan/ons Opposed in Committee, Dowdy Hear Rev. LaNoueTalk nal sanctions to enforce its proper; orders, for which reason we tried' to strike this title...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST I J. 1 $* Two New TB Cases Found In County Two Rf% ciiri of luixTniloiu hs%e been found in Cherok ee County during the past week. *c to Mr- Edna lUrkln*. ex if the Cher ok ft i rt ti fjji (c a 1 * dmission (o the . The other, a i iioia!i-d to hi* Z oar total of City Court Levies $148 For Offenses Lusk Brothers Bring Home "Whopper" .f -Judüe (jMfif ' ra*-- pal Court levied $! t# fd rea Ty or cora ec ulive *e<Tet; County TB M One of this I, ..r.nl'Brl f U? ttpjiííCM * er TB Hospital 79 year oJd man. i home for treatmen Thev two btir Lr.owr, TB cases to ed Mr< Hark in 0_ INTERESTING FACTS A wallaby Is a «mall kangaroo. It's ail nsjht to speak straight from the shoulder, providing it originates higher up. The chief exeouiive of all fed ■ison? is the Attorney Gen J ford's Alu in fine in the three day from Sí I urda y to Tuesday Seven case® were heard by Judge Crawford Saturday morning They included Driving without opera- tor - license, fined $20 distur-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

SCHOOL... (Continued from Pago 1) All the school's buildings, ex- cept those on the high school campus, have been built in that period. This includes elementary i buildings, the Negro school build ings, the vocational agriculture shop, as well as additions and irn- 1 provements to all physical facili- i ties. Beaumier Addresses Rotarians THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 13, 1959 PAGE 5 FIVE GENERATIONS were present for the celebration of the 90th birthday of Mrs. Sally Bell Pittman Monday at Isack Place on the Dialville Road. Shown seated holding her great-great grandchild, Roddie Goodgion is Mrs. Pittman. Standing left to right aro Mrs. A. L. B. Payne of Arlington, a grandchild; Mrs. G. G. Rainey Sr. of Arlington, a great grand :hild; Gordon Gene Rainey Jr. of Arlington, a great great grandchild; Mr. J. E. Condray of Lubbock, her son; Mrs. Oddie Goodgion, a great grandchild and Mrs. R. C. Ayers, a grandchild. 82 Million Pines Sef In E-Texas Passing and Punting W. R. Beaumier, publisher of the...

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

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment ForB^tostflf j mm \4 ' n <■■ ' i * i READ AND USt THi FOK sale wile. J-tfc-32 FOR SALE: Dump bed; 823 truck FOR SALE: 1956 23 HP Ev in rude n<1 stocker cow Owdejr Motor and Ytiiov Jacket boat and Richard*, Atoy. tfc-52 trailer I our life jackets Price, . caí p or i vaüF 24 i 80 $350. Real Bargain" Call MU 3 >0H SALE OK 1KASt' 24 * ™ 4003. Rev Elwood BirkHbacb '"*> buildln^ wlth truck tfc 50 heighth loading dock and 43 x 45 FOB SALE; I have 12 io... «bout buiMi« wlth dr,ve in rntranCe 6 blocks from Courthouse 1 block f-^Jcated at Beaumont and Brook- •M Palestine St. All utilities Will side. Jacksonville Call or see Carl build you a borne on one of them. Williams Phone &B20 or &864 I will furnish plan;. «"t specific j tfc^2 lions and help you tu finance. L Carlisle. FOR SALE FOUR ROOM HOUSE tfC'26 with bath, peach trees and six acres of good land, farms highway Ail royalties go, leased for oil at present Price $3,400 Locat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

It kNoue, Ikland, ll revi- youth being I, with vari- tr the the meet, everal were Club were Ith the Jn this erson lor all burn LET'S HELP RUSK GROW Win Up To $1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY ^ search for industry, while an admirable thing for a community and its citizens, needs to be accompanied by increased efforts to maks 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 o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

►ACE i The cherokeean news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county *u6u«T. .i«t Shower In Rountree Home Honors Miss Dionna Leath Annual Chicken Dumpling Dinner Planned By myf MYF member* of First Metho- dist Church, are planning another big chicken and dumpling dinner on Friday, August 2#th, according to Larry Christopher, president Food preparation is under the direction of Mrs Verme Minter, who is well known in this area for her culinary talent. We now have ticket* ready to sell, and anyone who wishes to buy in advance may contact any of our members." said l-arr> Proceeds are used to finance the various activities of MYF for the year 0 INTERESTING FACTS Thomas Jefferson invented the ¿tiding doors used on our street cars, over 125 years ago The person who is afraid to ad nut his mistake is making another i Honored At Slumber Party Mon. Miss lull March honored her niece Sharalan Crawford of Mc Alli*ter Oklahoma with a slum iwr part} Monday night. The guest list included Mary Kate...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

tm THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 13. 1*5 MS s ■I I ■ is I left Tuesday for Houston where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wea- ver, and children Teresa and Kathy for a few days. Mrs. Roy Isgate, Mrs. E. J. Birk- elbach. Mrs. J. E. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs M. V. Browning and Jane attended church services at LaRue one night last week Rev. Birkel- bach was conducting the revival for Rev. Billy Roy Browning, pas tor at La Rue. Miss Beaulah Allen returned Monday from visiting her sisters, Mrs Ottice Houston, Mrs. George i Baird, Mr. Baird and Diane at I Houston, also visited at Galveston Miss Billie Beth Manning of Refugio arrived Tuesday for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Sam Manning and other relatives. Miss Virginia Hanna of Tyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hanna of Rusk, is spending the summer in Mexico City. Making her headquarters at the home of Mrs. F. A. Ursua, sister of Mrs. John Joplin of Rusk, Miss Hanna is teacher of Spanish at Tyler school and is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

PACE 7 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 11. US9 INSTEAD OF BLAME Journalist Says Standardize Highway Signs, Help Motorist Instead of bUir ,8 the motoric Being a Pharmacist Is A Nevr-Endng Education . . . Pu fhem where you'll know they're t*fe ... in • tefe de poiit bo* here. If'a the mosl tenable place in the world te keep your valuables, end iiyi needless worry! PHONE 7274 Vlay Drug Inc. Laritwi «t Regúlele Jacksonville INKCBITY • SCRVICt • SAFETY t for every major nrl minor traffic mishap let's give him a sensible set of uniform rules, written in Iansua£e he can understand, and we (hat they are enforced " This suggestion for solvins some of the nation's traffic problem.* was offered by Robert M Hayes in th>* August issue of EAST TEX AS, official publication of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce Mr Hayes, East Texas representa live for the f/alias Morrwns News uith headquarters ir Tyler, recent- ly completed a 4.500-mile motor trip and studies first hand the na t ion wide differences in sp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

ee what a #f'¡//buy/ Piggly Wiggly has taken the poor, neglected old ten-cent piece, polishd it up and given it a new lease on life! You'll be ASTONISHED at what a dime will buy! Shop Piggly Wiggly's big 10c Sale for the widest variety of values in finest foods in YEARS! "Hot Prices" in every department~shop PIGGLY WIGGLY this week, sure! HEY KIDS Just 3 more weeks before some lucky boy or girl will win that hot rod at Piggly Wiggly. Save those tapes, because the boy or girl "^hat has the longest tape will win. OLEO Wilson's Savory Lb. GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS VELVEETA 10c FOOD VALUES kKER salt DIAMOND napkins MARY LEE green beans ALMA SPECKLED butter beans FAMOUS STAR FRESH blackeye peas ALMA spinach BONNIE BAKER Lars* 24 Oz. Box 80 Count ALMA TURNIP No 303 Can No. 300 Can No. 300 Can No. 300 Can 10c FOOD VALUES greens ROTEL tomatoes LIBBY'S tomato juice # COMMANDER sardines CANARY vienna sausage FRENCH'S mustard No. 303 Can No. 303 Can No. 300 Can Can Can 6 Oz. Jar 10? 10? 10?...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN pAGf 4 AUCUST IS. It an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean Cherokeean > Journal AND RADIO STATION KTLU -1580 Combining the resources of the county's most popular newspapers with the electron- ic and worldwide newsgathering facilities of its most powerful radio station. Hie only radio-newspaper team in Cherokee County and the most effective Newt and Advertising Medium in this area. NEWS — International, National and State — hour-by-hour, as near as your Radio Dial. Local and County events reported four times daily. In your County's most popular and mos* widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features about people you know. Primary *ources of County and local news, factual and analytical—stories that have been fully developed. EXTf CALE Meet Cl t'en tral| nity Judging onst Bulah Citizen! Wells Radio 12:C KTLl —12:1 Tu«di| Home Counl 4-H Re| A. Ponta Meet| Radio Geral I H ' " ' . T,-. . ■ - HEAR the news as it happens. READ the most comprehensive Local News cover- ag...

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

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS EXTENSION AGENT'S WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Monday, August 10 Meet Commissioners Court Central High Organized Commu- nity Meeting Judging 4-H Sears Poultry Dem- onstration Bulah 4-H Club — 4:00 P M Citizens 4-H Club — 7:30 P.M. Wells — Home Visits Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Ann Shellhammer — 11:55- 12:00 KTLU — Rusk — Irene P. Odom -12:25-12:30 Tuesday, August 11 Home Demonstration Council — Council Room 4-H Records — Office — 8:30 A. M. Ponta 4-H Executive Committee Meeting 3:00 p.m. Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Gerald R. Chandler — 11:55- Coun- 1*2 00 , Irene Price Odom KTLl Rusk Dorothy Ram- County Homo Demonstration Agent bo _5-l_.30 Wednesday, August 12th at 9:00 A.M. in the council room of the Courthouse a leathertooling work- shop is being held for the public and sponsored by the Home Dem- onstrate Club Women. Mrs. Man- ual Bobbitt will be the instructor and she will have some materials and tools to work with. But she asked people who attend to br...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE é AUGUST 13, 1M* STATE CAPITAL NEWS Lawmakers Pack To Leave After 202 Days of Hubbub AUSTIN -Quiet has settled over ¡tj«.s Texas" Hiil after 202 t!a>* But overall. there was more re cf hubbub. ! lief and rejoicing than tear* and As legislators packed up to go complaining Most seemed to re home, directors and employees of 'ard the n*w budget as the be*t state agencses were filling scratch that could be hoped for in such a pad* with figure* For mo*t state hard year" supported activities, the new bud- For their part*, lawmakers were get which goes into effect Sept 1 eager to get home and "mingle with will mean more funds Altogether the folks." Ahead lie probable show $300,000.000 more downs on new spending for welfare There were some disappoint ar'^ Public schools, and always, the menu of course in the appropria ""chin* "P tvery two years in gen tion* bill Many programs got lc"st < r<4' spending than had been a«ked for. some sal- DGET BREAKDOWN Texas arte* ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

lo. TIUI COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life is A Happy Lift 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 (Consign—) 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 JACK...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN fiGE | AUGUST 13. Ml GET A PARTY TOGETHER AND ATTEND OUR GIANT FUN SHOW FOR CHILDREN THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 3 m Beyond Mombasa KOMCOUM* m Iambi YOU CAN ALSO STAY AND SEE OUR REGULAR FEATURE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 13 A 14 TOS IS A WONDERFUL PICTURE! ¡¡Ti wfa ••£« mu «i TA* T 'CARTOON4 "MYSTERIOUS STRANGER- SATURDAY — ONE DAY ONLY — AUGUST 15 FEATURE No. 1: FEATURE No. 2: STAKEOUT O* ia ■yah wdux LOWE TEXmi ■rcoalscopc mrnfum COLOR CARTOON * "MYSTERIOUS STRANGER' SATURDAY PREVUE 11:15 p m. SUNDAY A MONDAY AUGUST 15, 16, A 17 inceiMM- ¡fs WAV our/ Johnny tunini ALAN FREED-JIMMY ClANTON SANDY STEWART • CHUCK BERRY •no* wit r,m> '*<*liteitctaVALEMS • Uaftsw • \mmw* ■ mi In U9UAQ • lb fUHKOU • WHLi COLOR CARTOON: "CLOCK CLEANfcKV' NEWS TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, AUGUST It « 19 CRSONWEU.ES OIAME VARSI PEAWSTOCXWEll COMPLlSlON Cin«ma5cqpE Miss Sue Madden And James R. Smith Exchange Vows Saturday l M. ' wm* W±M: W w Jm . ■ d8s? fim Mm i Wt É0 Miss Sue f.llen Madden and mr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

- feci*) 'Hound . . . Town Willi ílaundafíaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgafhering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete 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 KING FOOTBALL take over again . . . is about to Roundabout VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS AUGUST 20, 1959 NUMBER 9 hasn't had an opportunity to drop by and see Coach Pete Grimes' Eagles working out yet, but under- stand that the boys are looking pretty good . . . Two Women Enter Guilty Pleas Wed. In Bank Fraud Case ship of Shelby Hood ... A big new w w electric scoreboard will be in use TYLER—Miss Yola Renfro and $400 per month. She said in her this year . . . Mrs. Weldon Conner Wednesday statement that the family expenses pleaded guilty to misapplying each month were about $1.000. ROUNDABOUT HAD HEARD m°re than S130'000 in *unds oi the M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 AUGUST 20, 1W Buying Selling Renting Services Employment Best Result ¿ÍÍTand use.the FOR SALE ougboui. See Morris Clyde Cauthen, Rtnk Ha ¡sell or tic-32 4 p rn at 3 4624 l-tc-9 FOR SALE 1956 23 HP Evuirude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer Four life jackets. Price, $550 Real Bargain' Call ML* 3 41505 Rev Elwood Birkelbach tfc 50 FOR SALE: I bavf 12 i©<*, about 6 blocks from Courthouse. 1 block eff Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a bome oo one oí them. 1 will furnish plans. *m specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3 2802 M L. Carlisle Rusk tfc-28 Surplus Specials Flashlight Batterie* 10c House Paint $2.95 Cots $4.W up Tool Boxes 35c up Boating and fishing quipm«nt. Tool and tarpaulins. Surplus Sales 107 W. Rusk Jacksonville FOR SALE BY OWNERS Palmaire <K¡uirrel cage evaporative cooler, 4000 CFM, True Tone combination radio phonograph and record cabinet, modern blond floor lamp and coffee table MU 3 4428. tfc FOR SALE range G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

DL .DG. 1723 RS G dd « EMT (262 an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean Cherokeean r V/omiw// AND RADIO STATION KTLU -1580 Combining the resources of the county's most popular newspapers with the electron- ic and worldwide newsgathering facilities of its most powerful radio station. The only radio-newspaper team in Cherokee County and the most effective News and Advertising Medium in this area. NEWS — International, National and State — hour-by-hour, as near as your Radio Dial. Local and County events reported four times daily. In your County's most popular and mos' widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features about people you know. Primary sources of County and local news, factual and analytical—stories that have been fully developed. HEAR the news as it happens. READ the most comprehensive Local News cover- age in the county.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 20. its Jerry Paul Alexander, Miss Cynthia Ault Wed CENTRAL BAPTIST CIRCLES Seven County Youths Attending May del le TFA Youth Forestry Course Mr and Mrs Jerry Paul Ale*- .V ander are on a wedding trip to hon Galveston following their marriage Saturday evening in Fmt Baptist Church. Rev. Harold Davis officiated at the double nng nt« in a candle light ceremonj at su o'clock. hter of Mr and the and Mrs Sue Banks was maid of and bridesmaids were Miss Charlene Ault, sister of the bride. Miss Linda Kay Williams and Misa r.l/.rii \Ijvm e bride is the ( Mr* Rhea Ault. b"s parents are Mr en Tí fa- tir hi Paul Vo *ander *s were entwined t the top Floor bait pie d Mrs Bob this leed th grei Is of w Kith w other rushed Gntt and l.o pi before an ind I. greener itionv by Mi. he orgai in at th< her huí Shi W! r Th . er er the Mr rr ma cri er b ?r i nou iingle )uqu e! he hand* Th'- ( skirl was fa tier of ruffle* I Juliet cap held :th veil of tulle itrarid of pearls w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county 1HE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 20, 1959 PAGE 5 i Plainsmen Set Gospel Singing Sorority Rushees Feted Concert Friday „ First Party Of Season Risenhoover-Miller Repeat Vows In Church Wedding J'VILLE — Miss Rosemary Miller became the bride of Rev. Kandie Risenhoover in the chapel of the Centra! Baptist Church of Jack sonville at 3 p.m. Sunday, August 16th. The Rev. Dr. Bradford Curry officiated at the double-ring cere- mony in which the bride was given by her father. Four white upright candelabra each holding seven tall tapers sur rounded by huckleberry and mag- nolia leaves formed the altar ar- rangement. Large white urns of Texas Baptist College. He served with the U. S. Air Force. For a short wedding trip the bride wore a black silk shantung suit. Her feather cloche and cry- stal jewelry were of Dior blue. Her accessories were black kid. Her corsage was the white orchid from her bouquet. The couple will reside in Alex- andria, La., where they will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 AUGUST 20, 1*59 Mrs. John Lang Honored, Morning Coffee-Shower J'VILLE—Mrs John Line, re ^r presided at the «liver *erv ice cent bride. was honored with a and Mrs W W. Holman *erved coffee shower Saturday morn ins the coffee cake Assisting in the from 9 30 a.m. until 11 30 am in dinnms room were Mrs J R the home of Mrs L B Haberle. Brown, Mrs Wade Kent Holman 614 Elm Co-bosteises were Mis and Miss Rosemary Holman Jean Haberle, Mr Carter Childs \fJM Nancy Holman, Mis* Dian and Mrs D R Richardson of Mar M ¡{0]man arifj Miss Charlotte Ann shall. . ... . Brown served in the houseparty The table held an unusual ten ... ... . , , , . ab'> showing the guests through terpiece at pale pink asters, white pom pom mums and fresh green 'h*' room. Approximately one grapes attractively arranged with hundred guests were registered in maline and fern iri a three tiered Ihi- guest book by Mr farter silver tray. Mrs Billy Jack Sand Childs 1 Attends Nat'I Food RUSK VISITORS Mrs....

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