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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

{ I 1 Gardening Good For Exercise, Rusk Sailor McCall u To Speak For Visits Here Goodfelbws Fewer Pills and More To Eat Dr. P. A. Young i home gardens: red and white ra Millions of people raise food in dishes, carrots, red beets (sugar their gardens because it helps beets are good also), onions, tur- them to earn a living, they take nips, mustard greens, cabbage, col-. pride in producing fine fruits and lards, leaf lettuce, and English vegetables with flowers to adorn peas in very fertile soil. Of course OnFurlough To Preach Sunday At Union Hill Rev. Arthur Flanagan of Mt J'VILLE—Judge Abner Vernon McCall, executive vice president of Baylor University, was named Gordon B. Overalls of the U. S. speaker for the annual dinner of their gardens, and they get health- dry weather is common in late Navy, has been home on a 30 day ¡ the Goodfellows Bible Class of the Enterprise will preach Sunday ful work and exercise. Nature summer and fall here so irrigation ; furlough following two years ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGi • INSERVICE iCwitiniNd Pro** P f* 1) •at supervisor*. Johnnie Love, Gussie Stafford and Maudie Mu sick, Nurse Technician Ill's, for the work they are doing and es- pecially for their assistance in the in-service training program Receiving certificates in last week's presentations were: Jewel Odom, Cordelia liaise i 1, Sybleen Mmton. Vina Scott, O. B Mann Jerry G. Costlow, Velma Willis. Johnnie Westmoreland. Sy- bil Sword, W. M Bobbitt, Jr.. Frank Schmidt. James W, Orr. Fern Jenkins. Essie M Gentry, Margaret M Wright Also. Mae McCarty. Juanita Mait land. Floy Nelson. Bel! Neal Ach- vah Modene Bridges. Nell Aber- nathy, Dorothy Covington. Jessie E. Conaway, Francis Holsombaek. James E Lankford. Deron Wallis, W. H. Blackwell. Marion F. George Addie B Stovall, Gladys Benge. AUGUST 50, 1W Louise Johnston Also. Viola Gates. Mary Thomp- son Let tie C McGuire, Pauline M Smith. Jessie King, Gilbert Kali nee, James Gullion, Charles D Meador. Bobby J Jennings, Gerald German...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

^aa Klin THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 20. IW PAOS 1 m 1% m m 'hat... Rusk Folks ... Are Doing Mrs. Joe Peacock and her house guest, Miss Maud Ragland spent Saturday with Mrs. George Hig- ginbotham and Mrs. Bill Gray at Tyler. Mr. Milborn Fitts of Fort Worth ¡ visited his mother, Mrs. C. H. Fitts one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Burns Hend-j erson, Sr. of Cameron were in Rusk for the McCarroll — Irwin wedding and reception Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bivens of Monroe, Louisiana, spent the week- > end with Mrs. Bivens' mother, Mrs Walter Richey. Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Jorgenson of Houston spent the weekend at their home here and attended the McCarroll—Irwin wedding and re- ception. Devereux Weeks of Austin was in Rusk for the McCarroll—Irwin wedding. Miss Maud Ragland returned to her home at Denton Monday after visiting for several days with Mrs. Joe Peacock. Mr. and Mrs. Loam Simmons had as guests last week their daughter, Mrs. Howard Watson and children Mike and Rickey of Sour...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOC 3 AUGUST 20, If The Cherokeean UtOCIITIII ' nothing bit the truth *> ÉSTABv.SHRO JUL 1 S, • AS TM« PION86* Entered as aecond ciaa* matter at the postoilk* at ■Oder Art of March S. 107# Texaa K. H WHITEHEAD MBS £ H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Puhliaher Office and Busmeia Manager News Editor Am erroneous reflection upot, tbe character, standing, or repu cation of any person, firm, jt corpof ition wnicb may appear in the columns oí this new.paper will be gladly correcied upon being broiigat •r> ¡bf attention of tbe publisher SUBSCK Six Months in Counly One Year in County Si* Months Out of County One Year Out of County IPTION BATES $175 $3 00 $2.25 $4 00 Classifieds and Cards of Thanks charged for at the rate of U. pf word. Cherokeean Editorials Pain-An Article Of Faith "Why Do Good People Suffer?" Dr. Robert W. Y o u n g s, oí the Firxt Presbyterian Church. Wichita, Kan., writing in the September Reader' Digest, undertakes to answer "the most twneleas and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

I J ■ HEY KIDS! Save Those Cash Register Tapes At Piggly Wiggly! Just 3 More Weeks Before Some Lucky Kid Will Win That Hot Rod. For Full Details Go To Piggly Wiggly ... EVERYBODY likes sandwiches! Whether for an afternoon snack, quick lunch, or even a full meal, you can find dozens of different sandwich menus that are quick to fix and per- fect for the whole family! Piggly Wiggly's wide selection of appetizing sandwich foods— meats, cheeses, spreads—will give you "food for thought" in planning your sandwich meals. For best foods, always shop . . . PIGGLY WIGGLY RUSK. TUAS OLEO SUNNY GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS KORN KIST SLICED BACON Lb. 29 DECKERS-Olive Loaf-Pickle Loaf-Fiesta Loaf-Liver Loaf LUNCH MEATS u, 59 DECKER'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 29 POUND 10" % GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE BANANASLb. 10< SOLID GREEN CABBAGE Lb. 5' SLICING TOMATOES Lb. 15' BULK FRANKS Lb. 35' WINESAP APPLES Lb. 15' MELLORINE U. S. No. 1 RED POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49' Vi Gallon 35 ZEE ASSORTED TISSUE 4 Ron* 39* SHORT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

A Family That Prays Together Stays Togeth RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY Of GOO Pastor. REV 3. A. G RUTIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJK.C. rriday — 2 pjn. Morniaf Worthjp — 11 a. ., Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m, *u dai Evening Worship — 7 36 p m.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH L«nni* H. W*6to, PéttoT SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday 5>ch<v>i, 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 11:00 a m. Training Union. 8 30 pm Evening Worship, 7:30 p m. Youth Fellowship. 8 SO p.m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 15 Cboir Practice 8 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. Nmmm Sunday School, 0:45 am Morning Worship. 11:00 am Training Union 6 30 Sun Eve Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednevlsy Evening Service 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 «jti. Worship Service. 11 am. BTU, 7 p m. Evening Worship, 8 p m. Midweek Worship, Wed night, 7 30 p m SEVENTH-OAV ADVENT1ST SBRVICCS SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m. Worship Service 11:00 Wed Night Servke 7:30 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

Attend Clhurclh of Your Choice Sunday JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES m- im mm? •>! . * ,i «SH?)' / / i .y - ?*• ¿ i #<F # JSjgfe,- pHB¡L¿f^ÍSi i.'}. . '¡ y- -£■■'' ■ 6/' ' •." - y"*.::' ■ SHP*f^'i'1 í % >• &£gfe ... j>2á ;.' *5r' >*•«# , '< " SSfáP' ¿®S§S " J" , ' i ¿¿"M , • . /■ ?* ~ -:í- • • •■' ;• ■ ¿7,?* x- >TME FARM Remember those wonderful carefree days when we visited the old farm. We awoke with the sun, scampering out of bed, not wanting *to miss 2 single minute playing in the corn .fields or even doing chores ¡ like feeding Grandpa's horses. And with a cane pole over our shoulder walking down the dusty lanes toward the cool shady stock tank and an hour's fishing before Grandmother called us in to a real farm style supper. Can we forget those quiet Sunday mornings as we rode the wagon into town to the small church and bowed our heads and thanked God for the rich harvest we had reaped from His fertile earth. The days of our childhood are but warm memories now;...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

Bflj i i! ii Win Up To $1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY K' The trch ft t CO <>b, a - town. Know its advantages and disadvant- our-elf < oi rt-niinsr what ¡ruin try it ¡ mo«t . Thf i) kf p your eyes and ear open, .'.in >'1 OoO, hut unlike an Master I'.kjí Hunt., ndu-'i", i not ;t harem enrern thiny. (Unaii'H and jeration. ¡i of Rusk, is to search out concerns, ,' il! furnish Rusk and this area new is will be handled by one of job opportunitie the agencies or group of the town s<v up for that purpose. First, of course, we mu-t look at ourselves with a criti- ■ cal eye Then determine and suggest how we can improve. An interested, objective and informed community can get for itself new job opportunities And it «tarts with individ- ual action. Every citizen has a slake seeing Rusk continue to grow. Property owners and potential owner , will see values grow. Opportunities will grow. Time and progress tak...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

From Austin * CAPITAL NEWS * By Vtrn Sanford member teacher lobby will settle! anyway, from the tax Texas Press Association for a package one-third this size they've already voted. AUSTIN, Texas — None of the j with emphasis on the item it wants money-raising bills that failed to most—pay raises. pass the legislature during the Time most discussed for the new past seven months were put away special session is the politically to gather dust. crucial month of January. This They'll be on parade again if a will give the teachers, scattered fourth special session is held to in summer, time to get organized. measures raise money to increase public school teachers' salaries. Gov. Price Daniel has said he will call the session if the public demands it. Texas State Teachers Association has its campaign roll- ing to create this demand. TSTA's goal is a program that would cost $63,000,000 over a two- year period. Of this, $56,000,000 would go for a $405 increase in annual base pay for teachers...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 August 1959

PACE I 1HE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 20, !W Funeral Services Are Held Tuesday Pitchin With Perrm .. .ForLM Yancey By J. Ptrrin Willi* RUSK WINS PLAYOFF. NOW PLAYS SARDIS POR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP I goes* their are many timet in a man' life when he «rubes he could write. I know that time ha* come in mine There is nothing I would rather do than writ* an article that would do justice to the pitchers and in fact all play- ers in the game between Rusk and Frankston, August 18th The best I can do is say it was one of the hardest pitchers duels—one of the cleanest games — we ever mw played by any two teams THANKS BOYS FOR THE GRAND JOB Joe Royce. that great pitcher from Frankston, with his catcher. Kenneth Dunklin, went the whole 12 innings for Frankston It will be remembered that August Sth. Royce was sick with the flu from the way he worked Sunday, you could not tell except for a few innings when he lost control that be had ever been sick What a game he pitched Then Peters, who was also on the sic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

&«, .aíí'ÍÍV: 'Hound . . . Town Hound oía ut ROUNDABOUT HAS BEEN "roundabout" town this w«tk working oil the annual football page for Hie Eagles . . . We'll be- gin the first of the series next week . . . Believe the folks of this area will enjoy taking part in the guessing game too . . . Between $35 to $50 in prize money will be given away every week, with a chance of winning up to $550 Bonus prises ... DONT FORGET to plan to eat Chicken and Dumplins with the MYF youngsters Friday. This is a very worthwhile project, and de- serves every ones' support ... On top of this, you'll get a real good 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. 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area *0 S 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 16 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS ROUNDABOUTS FINGERS ARE CROSSED hoping the Commissi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE a AUGUST 27, 1*5* 1 Í < t, I < % i ( c i t Buying Selling Renting Services Employment read and use thi FOR SALE FOR SALE 1956 23 HP Ev in rude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer Four life jacket* Price. $550 Real Bargain' Call MU 3 4605. Rev Elwtxxi Birfcelbach tfc-50 FOR SALE: I have 12 lout, about 6 blocks from CourtJ ->use 1 block off Palestine St. Ail utilities Will build you a borne on one of them 1 will furnish pi am. ««t specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3 2802 M. L v'arliale ft.tyfc tfc-2fl SALE Oi«mowh Watch Gift* 20% to 50% Off See us before you buy. Summer Jewelry 210 S. Main Jacksonville j tfe28 roe Street. For sale or lease Call temp room air conditioner Never Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jackson- run See J Z (Luke) Wallace Rek tille. J-tfc-32 law, Texas Priced Reasonable tie-10 Surplus Specials Pleshliafet Batteries 10c Hovso Paint $2.95 Cots $4.f5 up Tool Boxes 35e up Boa tí of and fishing equipment. Tool and tarpaulins. Su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

¡school b. Id the I street |to ad- er. is es- AUGUST 27, 1959 THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 3 Capital News By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN—Texas will have a vir tual "government on wheels" for the last part of this month as 31 state agencies pick up their filing cabinets and move into the new State Office Building. This is the second new head- quarters building to be completed this year. First to be occupied was the new Texas Employment Com- mission building, completed only a few weeks ago. Transferring into the new State Office Building undoubtedly will be the biggest move of state agen- cies since horse-drawn dray wagons moved the government into the present Capitol Building in 1888. First to move will be a host of commissions, boards and divisions which have been in rented quart- ers scattered over Austin. Later, probably October or Nov- ember, another big move will take the Supreme Court, Court of Crim- inal Appeals, Attorney General's Department and Supreme Court Library o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 27, 195 Q'BACKERS (Continued from P g* 1) tvttiaf Coach Bruce Pruett reported to the member* that he had a heav jer than usual of 7 9 graders for his junior high squad Xew assistant coach. Red Car roll, «as introduced to the Quart erback members during the meet From The Governor's Office Govern or Price Daniel Saturday cailed for an all-out effort to save lives on She Texas streets and highways during the Labor Day weekt'.nf! in ;->e luht of a « p«-r c< .-it ir; rt i~ in traffic deaths for the first half of the year I am asking all of Texas—the la* enforcement agencié*, the civic imw'wr ■' the traffic af< the I FS report f<yr thi first sue months which showed 1.097 Texas traffic d< nth i'jr \Ufi9 as compared with 1,032 f< r the same jw-riod a year ago Tota! number of crashes in- creaí-ed from 134.000 to 181,000, injur.' increa-f-d from M.000 to 06,000 economic loss jumped from X134.OW .OG0 to $179,000,000 during the same period Percenta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

int. news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Engagement Announced Wedding Vows Read : fZ ^ííSf Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Huggins of Daisetta, Texas, announce the en- gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Etna Louise, to Mr. Herman Kenneth Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones of Route 4, Rusk. The couple plan to be married Saturday, September 19th at seven o'clock in the evening at First Baptist Church, Rusk. All friends of the couple are invited to attend. MissStewari Mr. Star key PledgeVows Miss Betty Sue Stewart and Joseph Stevenson Starkey, Jr., were united in marriage July 25th at 5 o'clock in First Methodist Church, Houston. Rev. D. Orval Strong officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Stewart is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of Rusk, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Starkey, Sr. of Monahans. Prenuptial organ music preced- ed the marriage ceremony. Given in marriage by her bro- ther in law, Carroll Finley, Jr., the bride was gowned...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN pAGE 4 AUGUST 27, I>59 Dowdy Rebuke Labor's Carey For Threats ^ I 1 f Í. ... A ... I I / . ( ( fit ■% r From John Dowdy The 1*bar - management reform bill is still in the conference com where jonit decision ihould be made in the next few days. This legislation provides effective curb'. wtde^ crupul atu Me; to Htrt i labor bosses threaten and of Con grew ■ reform bill GET A PARTY TOGETHER AND ATTEND OUR GIANT FUN SHOW FOR CHILDREN THURSDAY, AUGUST V al 00 phil RAY-CAREY g^risuK0.K,«UR« CHILDREN 35c YOU CAN ALSO STAY AND STE OUR REGULAR FEATURE rupee 1TRIPE$ IK THE SUN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 27 A 28 entertainment as big as your imagination TECHNICOLOR* « *•** aw* «iwwTvwtwfr ww f, ««it fod CHILDREN 35c •CARTOON1 CANNED FUED" SATURDAY — ONE DAY ONLY — AUGUST 2? FEATURE No 1 FEATURE No. 2; mm* l*4™* wS 18tUt RIM K.«v«í Jifllf Ha"' COLOR CARTOON "SHIP AHOVEY SATURDAY PREVUE 11.15 P. M. SUNDAY & MONDAY AUGUST 29, 30 A 31 JOHN WAYNEjJfflLLIAM HOLDEH ADULTS 80c TE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

Wells Youth Is Good Citizen, Forestry Camp Gus Coates, a Cherokee County , estry training, the shortcourse ac- 4 H Club boy from Wells, Texas, tivities included a well planned was named the best citizen Fridayj recreational program and citiien at the conclusion of the one-week ship training to occupy the camp Youth Forestry Shortcourse near ers between instruction periods. Woodville, conducted jointly by Many service clubs, garden the Texas Forestry Association clubs. Chamber of Commerce and the Texas Forest Service. Coat- groups and businessmen joined es was sponsored by the Lufkin with the two sponsoring agencies, Rotary Club. R. R. Rhodes, camp making it possible for all of the director, presented the citizenship j youths to attend the shortcourse. plaque which was donated by the, The organizations sponsoring boys DO-IT-YOURSELF SHELTER PROJECT For Family Protection From Radioactiva Fallout Tyler County Booster. Mike King, a Nacogdoches FFA student, made the highest grades on the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

i ! i i - ft? i _ i i i FACE • IHt CHEROKEEAN AUGUST tí, 1W4 Shrubs Are Decorative And Useful FERTILIZING TREES AND SHRUBS IN YARDS Or. P. A. Younfl The new number of 'Better Crops with Plant Food" arrived so 1 turned to the "whinnies"' section and read: Midget Auto Owner: (•inuaie '<4 pint of gas and a spoon ful of oil " Service Station Attend ant "Shall I cough in the tires too'" Then I turned to the serious sections of this special issue en- titled: "You can grow good garden plants " Tree* and shrubs should have dark green leaves and grow mod erately each year with strong wood If overfertilized. tree, may grow with weak wood and require too much pruning. We think of trees as ornaments beside their direct shade but they and the grass and shrubs have an other value They cool the air around the house If heat flows from a hot street into your yard, « thick hedge of bushes and trees will keep out most of the hot air One home-owner tired of fighting the weeds and mowing the grass in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

Inal. lally kJi$$ I I %8ffl s mm ... It won't ke Jong now before "what to fix" for school lunches is another problem in your busy days ... so do it the easy way and shop Piggly Wiggly! Piggly Wiggly's wide variety of appetizing, nutritious luncheon foods will make school lunches easy to plan and prepare. For better foods, for all meals, shop PIGGLY WIGGLY! Hey Kids Just 1 more week before we give that Hot Rod away. Remember, tape those tapes together and bring them to Piggly Wiggly, Monday, August 31 at 4:00 o'clock. The boy or girl that has the longest continous tape will win that hot rod. 11 Save As You Spend With S&H Green Stamps At Piggly Wiggly Rusk, Texas HEAVY VEAL ROUND STEAK 89 RUMP or PIKES PEAK ROAST RATH'S BLACK HAWK BACON Lb. 65' $109 BRISKET NIFTY NOTE BOOK PAPER COFFEE CRACKERS ADMIRATION FINE REGULAR DRIP Reg. 98' Lb. CRACKER BARREL Lb. IMPERIAL CANE SUGAR Lbs. 79 63 19 99 Stew Meat a. 39 MEADOWLAKE 5e OFF BLUE PLATE—LARGE—DEVFiNED STARMST— LIGHT MEAT—CHUNK 25* 4...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

IH E CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 AUGUST 27. 1H The Cherokeean TIXA9 ITS THE LAW State Gets Right-of-Way pjfth Amendment Rooted In But It Must Negotiate Long English Legal History LOCALS Mrs. T. M Sherman left Tues- Mrs. T. M. Sherman and sister, day morning for Fort Worth to be Illinois Preston visited in Tyler with her sister, Mrs. John Ski les, Last Wednesday. Jimmy Evans who was to undergo surgery Wed- visited in Mrs. Sherman'* home nesday at the Boulward Hospital Sunday. in Fort Worth. iUir 5, IM7 AS TMt PIONEEk Entered as second eias* matte; at the postoifiee at Rusa;. Texas under Art of March 3 1870 E. H WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager New* Editor Any erroneous reflection upov the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation wnich may appear tr. the column* of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougnt to the attention of the publisher SUBSCI Sis Months ¡n County One Year in County Six M...

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