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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

Tues i to be Skiles, T Wed hospital news of interest to VVOMEN in cherokee county Brunch At Butler Home Fetes Sorority Rushees ed eggs, pickles, bread, iced tea, Mrs. Sue Kyle and Mrs Lulu Individual tables for four were and cakfl was sene{j Summers, 1959 rushees of the Omi- covered in white to match the Following the supper, a business cron Gamma Chapter of Beta Sig- white cutwork cloth on the serv- meeting was held, Mrs. Gladys! .m ,(l « ' /\iitriiuini; Hie event were mi. ha Phi were complimented at a ing table. Each was centered with shat*uck president in charge. The R isgate Mr. and Mrs. ■ nlocc nie/tuccAn rvpma/)lc f Af t nil . * * Earnest Workers Name Mrs. Stevens President The Earnest Workers Sunday j elected for the new year: presi School Class of First Methodist; dent. Mrs. Doris Stevens; vice Church enjoyed an evening of fel- president, Mrs. Pauline Isgate; teacher. Miss Robert Leake, as- sistant teacher, Mrs. Jimmy Lan- drum; recording secretary, Mrs P. O. Hatley; corresp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUftUST 27, 195? CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS lr«n* P. Odom if* of Parisian gendarme*' capes County Hem* Demonstration Agent AH are making a stunning debut Velveteen, cotton twill, and iride*- COTTO.S REIGNS FOR RAIN WEAR—The exciting new silhouet tes appearing in rain fashions this cent poplin are being used in modified trench coat*. HEAVY COTTON KNIT is used short sleeve* are seen JAfKKTS "pop" up a* pop quizzes Striped often as blazers, single breasted cardigans. "Cut away" and "Smoking" jackets get 4-H NEWS Ann SHalthemmef- Gerald St. Chandler Vitamin B is essential for nerve stability because for most of us the tempo of living is pretty fast fall include: rainshirts shaped like otten for deep collars, sleeves, and '°P rat,ntí ney re *hown ofitrn in and sometimes pressures bring on Granny's nightgown; two - piece ramsujts; hacking coats; and cop corduroy from glamorous vel- trim* m¿ W. E. Bailey INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service FIRE, CASUALTY AND AU...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

MEN IN SERVICE in ion Ind ap- conser- and | Cole, H. C. J Jones, ÍTroup; E. M. Ithe ui- 1 they'll lily are County Men To Complete Army's Artillery Course FORT SILL, OKLA. (AHTNC) —Army Pvt. Joe D. Basham. Sr., whose wife, Lillie, lives in Wells, Texas., is scheduled to complete eight weeks of advanced individ- ual artillery training Sept. 11 at The Artillery and Missile Center. Fort Sill, Okla. Basham received training in the duties of a cannoneer in a 105 millimeter howitzer section. He entered the Army last April and received basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. The 24-year-old soldier, son of Mr and Mrs. W. D Basham, Rt. 1. Pollok. is a 1952 graduate of Central Consolidated High School in Poliok and a 1955 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State College in Nacogdoches. He was employed by the State Department of Public Welfare in Lufkin before entering the Army. , is scheduled to complete eight weeks of advanced individual artil- lery training Sept. 11 at The Artil- lery and Missile C...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

s> a ifiifí % i!* Win Up To *1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects important part our citizens can play in locating new industry Why (Jo Ru*k and Cherokee bounty people harp continu- ou- tn industrialization and ir.-ik t-menLs thereto? How have stopped to our uture in he li^ht the past? What hi hap to c led in Cherokee County and what w ate all the furor ov r industrial grow- In pan v -ar* we have attracted several small industries :hat have from tin.-* to time bolstered our economy, have offered cmplovme: ' and payroll to absorb what would have been a void. Hut at the sametime- ¡ the pa.-'t two decade* — the county's traditional economic base has diminished, in ' f>pe, in economic importance, and in number of .joba in which men could make a living. The past two decades have een the big shift that has caused hundreds of our citizens to leave small farms and be- come member* of the payroll class. Unfortunately many of them have not been able to do these thing- and still live...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

Yarbrough, Buffalo Are Wed Miss Patsy Yarbrough, daughter of Mrs. W. C. Yarbrough of Rusk, and Mr. Raymond R. Buffalo of Palestine were united in marriage August 22 at 7 p.m. The wedding was held in the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lowry. Mrs. Buffalo wore a white linen sheath with navy accessories. Her corsage was of pink sweetheart roses. Attendants were Mrs. Chas. Clayton of Corpus Christi and Mr. Bill Lowry of Rusk. The Rev. J. C. Robertson, Jr., of Houston per- formed the ceremony. Refreshments were served im- mediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Gaston Pate of Jacksonville presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Bill Lowry of Rusk served the cake. The co*ple will live in Palestine at 518 North Sycamore Street. Mr. Buffalo is employed with the Dr. Pepper Bottling Company in Pal- estine. 0 To Appear On Tyler TV Sunday Marcy Goff will appear on the Town and Country Variety Show, KLTV, Tyler, Sunday afternoon, Aujust 30th from 3 to 4. Miss Goff, the talented ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 27 August 1959

COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A CHriitwi Life M A Happy Life JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY WALKERS*CC)NOCO STATION Attend Church and Peel BoHer JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First Nat ton* I Bank Bldg. Phone *114 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Year; COMPLIMENTS OF HABERLE COSDEN SERVICE STATION AND HABERLE OIL COMPANY 825 S. Jackson Ph. till JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS PEACOCK CRATE FACTORY With Our Compliment JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated A Oth*r Trucking Needs IN W. Larissa Phone W9S JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Ceokt Paint Phone 8317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phone 3IJM JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Saving*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

Microfilm Servís# * T O Box 8068 'Ho,and . . . Town c}iíitfí Haundaftaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgafhering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complot* local tows 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 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT ALMOST some bod now* to writo . . . had E. R. Grew, president of The Citizens State Bank, his wife, and their daughter, Jeanne Meyers, came to close to near disaster at Lake Striker last week . . . Seems they had gone out in their boats to fish when a high wind, near hur- ricane force, hit the area . . . Waves almost sank the small boat that Mr. and Mrs. Gregg were in, and Jeanne and her daughter, Beth, got bruised as a result from the "bouncing" they underwent in the larger boat ... A number of j boats were sunk during the brief storm . . . None injured, however. VOLUME 112 II PAGES RUSK, TEXAS SEPTEM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAH 1 SEPTEMBER J, IW Murray-McElmurry Exchange Vows In Double Ring Ceremony J-VUXE — A double ruiR cere many Saturday night in the Central Baptist C'burrh Chipe] of Jackaon ville united in marriage Mis* Judy MeElmurry, daughter of Mr R. C MeEnrurry and Mrs Jeanette Had do* at Jacksonville, and Joe Con ray Murray, ton oí Mr Joe F. Mur ray and Mr<¡ Adele Murray of Jack son ville. The Rev Gerald Le Pere was of ficiant. Wedding musk was by Mis* Helen Gober, organist and lace over white taffeta It «ras de- signed with a taut bodice with pa tio length skirt, a sabrina neckline and cap •(•eve* outlined with seed pearl* and sequins. A pleated band of taffeta outlined the front of the bodice and ended in a large pouf bustle at the back of the gown .She wore elbow length mitts of matching chantilly lace A lacc tiarra with seed pearls and te- quia held her fingertip veil She worr a strand of pearls, a gift from B. B Fields, soloist, sang "The the groom, and carried a cascade...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

Renting ervices Employment BesfResuij read and use the FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 me , about 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them I will furnish plan:, specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watcher Gifts 20% to 50% Off See us before you buy. Summers Jewelry 210 S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 FOR SALE OR LEASE: 24 x 80 sheet iron building with truck heighth loading dock, and 45 x 45 building with drive in entrance. Located at Beaumont and Brook- side, Jacksonville. Call or see Carl Williams. Phone 8-820 or 8-884. J-tfc-42 FOR SALE: Dump bed; 825 truck tires and stocker cows. Chesley Richards, Atoy. tfc-52 LAND FOR SALE: 9 acres of land with 4 room house, partly furnish- ed. electricity, butane, running water. On paved road between Gal- latin and Rusk. All for $3,000. j Whatley Real Estate, Phone 8303, Jacksonville. J-4tc-8 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

COMPLIMENTS OP BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC A Christian Lift it A Happy Li#* JACKSONVILLE. TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE. TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bid*. Phone 911* JACKSONVILLE. TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated A Other Trucking Ncedi '30 W. Lamia Pb&na 9VH JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cookt Paint* Phone S317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Laritt* Phono 2-8206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete PaicttifM Hwy, Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. S*vingt and Homo Loam JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glast (Cornier *) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS CHEROKEE NURSING HOME With Our Compliment* Tyler Hwy. Phono 41S7 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS O L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Dooro Dealer Ph. 8051 JACKSONVILLE, TEXA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

4 i I I B i G SAVINGS FOR YOU AT BEARDEN'S! CLOSE-OUT ON ALL SUMMER LAWN FURNITURE Reg. $16.95 $8.95 Reg. $24.95... $12.95 Reg. $8.95 .... $4.95 Actual Photograph—Savings up to 50% 1-Only! Has 3 Year Warranty Left! Used Kelvinator REFRIGERATOR WAS 289.95 i£m ) r v :0* cP' 1-Only, Good Used Frigidaire REFRIGERATOR 10 Cu Ft. $7995 2-Only, Used 2 Pc. BEDROOM SUITES S59.95 Only Each One Good, Used Odd DRESSER S29.95 Only One! Used 5 Pc. DINETTE $20.00 Used, 4-6 ROLL-AWAY BED AND MATTRESS $29.95 «O, °0 '0 Ly °st-r Two Only, Used LIVING ROOM CHAIRS $24.95 Each 4 77 O* (Good Condition) Several, Used 2 Pc. LIVING ROOM SUITES Your Choice $19.95 Just 6 GAS HEATERS Rcduced to all time Low, Low Price, to Gol 1-Only, Used Gas Apt. RANGE $19.95 1 Only, Extra Nice BEDROOM SUITE Modern design and finish . . . Double Dresser, Bookcase Bed. Regular $89.95. Only $49.95 Meple Finish, Your Choice DRESSER CHEST BED S39J5 Each 1-Only, Used WINDOW FAN Good Condition! $89.95 (only used several months) FURNI...

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

n RUSK vs. M E X I A AT MEXIA FRIDAY I PM FOOTIAL ANYONE CAN WIN CA WEEKLY PRIZES FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE *15 00 Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK * ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY GREGG INS. AGENCY CITIZENS STATE BANK 3-7777 Southwestern Electric Service Compony RUSK, TEXAS NORTON FURNITURE COMPANY SOUTH SIDE OF SOUARE RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIO BOYS RUSK WOODS PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH GREEN STAMPS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION ZERO FOOD LOCKERS Complct* Food Processing Center ED STOVER CAFE HOME OF FINE FOODS" WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY SIX MILES SOUTH OF RUSK ON U. S. *9 THE SMART SHOP 'LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SOUARE RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS BEALL DEPARTMENT *JSK CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY FELTON BANKS GROCERY Phono 3-4145 For Free Delivery RADIO STATION KTLU 1580 ...

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

it ALTO LL CONTEST CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! GARRISON >ur big football contest today; you may ►f the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY [ligation! Match your guesses with the I- . just mark your choice for the wir.- THE SCORES! itest . . . yees of this newspaper Is. Lvery week; prixe money picking the most win- lie winner. Do not guess rizes. nuit correctly guess the tusk games by quarters. Is the correct final score pday at 4 p.m. Winners Enter as often as you sited at the collection fOINTS IN ALTO JYD'S PHARMACY ELDON HENDRICKS .ENN'S GROCERY ILUSK TEXACO lERVICE STATION BONUS PRIZES $50000 $5000 Bonus Priie if you can correctly guess the correct Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Crockett Football Games. Football games. ... And Friendly Sportsminded Alto Merchants BOYD'S PHARMACY IN AL.TO PRESCRIPTIONS SCHOOL SUPPLIES GIFT HEADQUARTERS LYONS BUTANE GAS COMPANY ALTO WELDON HEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean Cherokeean <*T 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. illi: :or S By . Rusk Cor Bobby an had a wo keach. Flor Look at new he Acoustic actually pocket c Called the / only V« oui Vet the nev to provide rection yoi Men wea handsome I shirt or ;a< wear this I Jnconspicuo tachment. Come in llgnt and at our offici home appoii course. For for FREE I ACO YOUR GOLD Ci EARL S. MOSEl 9-12 a. AÍW BJ Sj 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. ■¿mm y In your County's most popular and mosf widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features about people you know. Primary sources of County and loc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

illis Reports On Conference ;or Safety at Miami Beach By J. Ptrrin Willis Rusk Corporation Court Judge Bobby and Richard Butler and had a wonderful trip to Miami each. Florida, and we could have not asked for a better vacation. Quoting Justice Clark: "In the traf- I fie courts of the United States last yefir 30,000,000 tickets were hand- led; 20,000,000 were cited for ap- pearance and fined. Why? Because 42.000 people were killed on our smaller than a cigarette lighter Look at this powerful new hearing aid from Acousticon — it's actually smaller than your pocket cigarette lighter. Called the Acousticon Elite, it weighs only V« ounce, including Its battery. *et the new Elite is powerful enough to provide the precise, personal cor- rection your hearing loss requires. Men wear this hearing aid as a handsome tie-clasp or attached to a shirt or jacket pocket. Women may wear this lightweight aid at the ear inconspicuously with a barrerte at- tachment. Come in to see and try on this light ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

Skin Tests Set Sept. 3 In Reklaw TB skin ImU will be given Thursday evening. September 3rd at 7 30 pm in RekLaw, announce* Mr . C. J. Harkins, executive sec- retary of the Cherokee County Tuberculosis Association Mr* Mildred Baker, county health nurse, will administer the test In today's announcement, Mr Harkins stated that one tuberculin patient from Cherokee County is being admitted to the Tyler Ea*t Texa* TB Hospital. September 8th Quarterback Club Hears Coach Report Rusk Quarterback Club members Tuesday met for their second meeting of the season, hearing coaches reports before the first game Friday Coach Pete Grime;, reported that neither team seems ts hold what might be called a wiMftht advant- age Me predicted * ..tiff, clone game Two new members were added to the club's membership commit tee I r Roy Noble and Alton Aber nathy were added to the commit tee formerly composed only of Bill Fitt*. Guy Bel! arid Marvin Echols The club's project committee revealed that the prizes to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

♦ STATE CAPITAL NEWS * THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 3, 1959 PAGS 1 By V«m Sartford Ttx«i Pmt Association AUSTIN—During the next few weeks young Texans by the thou- sands will troop back to their classrooms. Many will be entering a brand new world. There'll be some 250,- 000 first-graders, some 28,000 col- lege freshmen. In cities and towns across the state, children will take their last swim in the city pools. Parents will re-set their alarm clocks and re-figure their budgets. Parents of the incoming college freshmen—most of whom got their own schooling at rock-bottom de- pression prices—face what most will regard as an appallingly ex- pensive future. Average cost for a Texas college student is $1,100 a year—not including a car, cloth- es, dates, etc. In the larger cities it may run $1,500 a year. For four years the average is about $5,000. But hardly any other investment can be expected to re- turn such handsome dividends. Statistically, the college graduate can expect to earn $100,000...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

CHEROKEE THURSDAY ANO ERIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 * « Mofe Btifl *CARTOON* "MOT ROO AND REEL [BACK-TO-SCHOOL miGHi H OW FRIDAY, SEPT 4 — 11:15 PM W1 LOUIS KEELY PRIMA - SMITH DatTífOOBIlS SATURDAY ONE DAY ONLY — SEPT. 5 FEATURE No 1: FEATURE No. 2: CHXMT tHUt *>w«4 $ "WHITE FEATHER // wmumiMHW* * «""« COLOR CARTOON "HAPPY COBBLER'' SATURDAY PREVUE 11:15 P. M SUNDAY & MONDAY SEPTEM3ER 5, 6. * 7 KIKK DOUGLAS ANMOMYQUINN [ACT OWÍD THE OTHER HIS U/E. WLb ■'* * / "51#5W* KMWaa * — COLOR CARTOON AND NEWS — TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Í A 9 RO ¿yJ <*. MERY CUR ÍIRYAN Mr Thuma were buddies in World fall What Rusk Folks Are Doing j Miss Mary Guinn returned last tin visiting Dr and Mr* George War Two j week from Texas Tech. Lubbock Francis and children Mrs Ray and Mr and Mrs J B Franei, have where she took ©m* (penal work children returned Sunday after returned from visiting their son this lummer and will rename her noon Dr and Mrs Cobble remain in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. teachin...

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

1959 ition hiy con- has s or I by ling, have 'rom ¡9. is a- can ASC Win Up To *1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects I 14 IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY The fourth step in a community's industrialization pro- gram is called promotion. It follows the first three: Securing cooperation and support, industrial inventory, and' mini- mizing liabilities. Promotion includes everybody in a town. After the community has prepared itself for industry, concerted efforts at "selling" the town should begin. If the original educational program has been effective, promotion will follow naturally. The "selling" and promotion includes the "tips" picked up by the housewife, the waitress, the service station attend- ant and others who are in a position to hear these so-called tips. Occasional personalized form letters to businessmen will remind them of their opportunity to help. They meet people while on buying trips and read trade journals which fre- quently carry arti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

\A \ 1 m \\ a & \ \ UOIW \ B2J PLUS LIBBY'S BIG DOLLAR SALE . . . LABOR DAY, the last big outdoor event of the summer—time to get out in the open for a last fling time, for "fun foods!" You'll find all of these wond- erful picnic foods at PIGGLY WIGGLY ... things for charcoal cook-outs, for sandwiches, and relishes, soft drinks—everything you need for a wonderful family outing! For last of the summer—or first of the autumn-you'll find ex- actly what you want at Piggly Wiggly! WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7 LABOR DAY SNO CLUB J> ' v. '* ' /vl 0'' \ \ \ \ MELLORINE Vl Gallon r ASDEN FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES AUNT JEMIMA FLAMING RED TOKAY GRAPES Lb. CORN MEAL Lb. Bag 39 37 BRBG SPECIALS RUBBING U. S. No. 1 RED Potatoes 10125 DELICIOUS APPLES Pound CALIFORNIA ORANGES Pound ALCOHOL CHEWING GUM IPANA TOOTH PASTE KOTEX KLEENEX MODESS LILT HOME PERMANENT Pint Box Reg. 59c 12 Regular 400 Sheets With Coupon Reg. $2.19—NOW 15? 65? 41? 35? 29? 10? $1.59 BIRDSEYE FROZEN BIRDSEYE...

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