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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

cn ll my jm golden corn 6 7 jm catsup wsk cut beans ^cut beets 5 NO. 303 CANS 14 OZ. BOTTLES 5 8 NO. 303 CAN NO. 303 CAN Bigger Cash SavingsI •Better Quality/ •Greater Variety! 1°° vms*. PEARS « 4 - - ■ H00 $1°° BEANS 4 $1°° $100 $|00 IS. IS. IS. IS. 99« 99c 99c 99c 99? 99? m 99? FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 Cans $100 303 Cans YEtlOW CONG peaches Jm GARDEN PEAS im TOMATO JUICE NO. 303 CAN NO. 2 CAN 6LADI0LA FLOUR Pounds 79c Guaranteed Top Quality Meats everyday low prices HAMS DECKER'S PICNIC c FRESH GROUND hamburger SWIFT'S PREMIUM £1 fryers * BULK wieners m & Tound 29« pound 39' pound 35 pound 39 WOLF CUT RITE WAX KETCHUP HEMI 20 Oz. Bottle IVORY snow 33? Large chili ARGO corn starch salt BONNIE ALMA pork & beans paper LOUISIANA hot sauce ALL homo milk BONNIE BAKI rolls LUCKY STR tuna tuna HONEY BOY salmon pickles No. 2 Can Box 24 Oz. Box 16 Oz. Can BONNIE BAKER BROWN A SERVE LUCKY STRIKE GRATED 5 Oz. Bottle Gal. Pkg. Of 12 VAN CAMP GRATED Tall Can RAINBOW SLICED 16 Oz. Jar school s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 September 1959

PAGE • 1 HE CHEROKEEAN seftemmr s. iw CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS - C*mfv Heme OwRemfretiwt Aee«« will continue in importance with feature Ivy tyl n* with pleatle # ' on wa.h-and-wear cottoiu. the midrnei. prmU indeteenU. front.. The u« of the back atr.p ltfhte.t poMible ten«on , recom BACK TO- SCHOOL COTTON soÜdi and ttnpea predominating is diminishing. however. Continen- mended, though both the top and F^NS^R^ AGE .S7 color cot!£ U over knit, tai .tylin, with fancy front pockeU bottom tension .hould be balanced •zazt*üTtcl<Tvin^r*< "rpul,r w,,h the "n S-üSrwairtJ" ' o7^OTwino:di^„^«^.p ¡*!i* boM and Cpatterrjs, " THE MOST POPULAR SLACKS CAR OR SUBURBAN COATS The pressure bar prewure should altboucb subtle and muted color for boys will be made of poliahed are to enjoy another banner sea- be just enough for a smooth, will continue to be popular cotton, corduroy. Bedford cord. son. Many of the coaU which come steady now of the fabric^ Auto- «^FORT SHIRTSIvy styling chino, and pop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

'Hound . . , Town 9\'dk jRxmndaioul RUSK HAS FREE PARKING a- round the Courthouse ... At lead for 30 days . . . The City Council was presented a petition from tho merchants of Rusk asking that frao parking bo offered tho folks in the Rusk trading area . . . IT WAS HOPED that a two-hour limit would bo placed on the free parking area, but the council de- cided against this ... A plea is iv sued employees and business peo- ple no* to park in this area so that the space will be available to customers . . . THE NORTHWEST CORNER of the square has a "new look" . . . Citizens State Bank has put up a bright new sign that really light* up the corner . . . Work was com- pleted on re-painting the second story of the building this week, too. . . RECEIVED A COPY of "High- lights," a book published periodi- cally by United Gas Corporation . . . The book calls attention to the progress and development of: v a r i o u s sections of the Gulf (See ROUNDABOUT, Page 4) 0 Young Trio Held For Auto Theft C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

LEGAL NOTICE OF SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CHEROKEE By virtue el an order of sale issued out of the District Co*irt of Cherokee County. Texas, on a judgment rendered in Mid Court on the 24'h day of March 1969. in the case of Irene Starke>. et a. V Hattie Groian Missey. et vir. No. 21,005 in such Court, 1 did on the 8th day of Sept 135®. at 10 o'clock A.M. tery upon the following des-nh ><! tract* and par eels of Jítmí situate in the County of Cherokee. State of Teta*, as the property ot tke forties herein in the property out fiJ 13 16h^ Starkey and h key; 12) 1 8th jr.: Groran and w¡fe M <3> 1 15th interest l'rfiDüfttf w ! to it rest L ise>, nrl h t % * Tt ¡dl*d Groga".. to liaiüe Gro nee Hattie Grogan ib nd John Ma«cv in.: desirihed pro Coker, of the folio perty, to .". All that cert.an proj>erty situ s<(■>', in Cherokee County, Texas, ,,r,d Sh itr> •>! land. mor or í w a part of tin Stephen Halbert Survey and bcinj; 20 2 acres of land mofe o...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 10, 59 PAGE 3 Buying Selling Renting services tmployment f Resul FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 toot, about 6 blocks from Court Muse. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. I will furnish plant. ««n specifica- tions and help yotii to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk. tfc 26 SALE~ Diamonds Watch*! Gifts 20% to 50% Off Sh us befere yow buy. Summers Jewelry ) S. Main Jacksonville jtfc-28 ICK HOMES FOR SALE: New ~ick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc-32 FOR SALE BY OWNERS: Palmaire squirrel cage evaporative cooler, 4000 CFM, True-Tone combination radio - phonograph and record cabinet, modern blond floor lamp and coffee table. MU 3-4428 tfc-9 FOR SALE: 6 room house, all city ; conveniences, 2 acres laud. MU 3-4272- 3-t-p-10 FOR SALE: 6 room house, 8/lOths acre land, double garage. Butler , Ave. Call M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 i.ptbmhr ...PrayerWeek Forest News Tea Shower Compliments for Missions Recent Rusk Bride Sat. Begins Mon. Mrs. Harrison Is A tea shower honoring Mr* J Robert Smith, nee Sue Madden •u held in the home of Mr C Hostess Tuesday Lloyd, A M Butler, C W Moteley, To B ridqc Club Bob Robertson and Curtí* Manéis 3 Mrs Esther Harrison w« ho* Week of Prayer for State Mi* «ions will be observed at the First Baptist Church, Monday. Septem- ber 14th through Friday, the 18«h. according to Mrs W H if anna, prayer chairman Earh afternoon at 3 pm the t s were Mrs tess to the Duplicate Bridge Club group will meet at the church, Morida,. " - - • ' excep. Wednesday when the Vir Mf amJ ffougUm ^ anrf f!"'a ,Uttle,d ,CZ prrmt family «pent the Holiday weekend the program at the evening pray- her(f Jn |(m, q More Like as hostesses Receiving g u e < Heald, Mrs Jim Madden and the at Quin ton's Tuesday afternoon at except Wednesday, when the Vir h or, oree Mrs Jack Fitts ushered j 30 th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

an the be the of sus this Hí- tate em- re- ner Ab- ted in re- on- usi- ield the ons, rew ity. ion lata -on- , 8, in be Turney H. D. Club Hears Mrs. Odom On Landscaping J'VILLE — Mrs Irene Odom. county home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on landscape in the home of Mrs L. H. New- bern. Friday, September 4, at 2 o'clock at the regular meeting of the Turney Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Coburn Masters, president, called the meeting to order and the club prayer was led by Mrs. Odom. Mrs. Odom presided at the meeting and roll call was answer- ed by each member present tell- ing how landscaping had helped them. Mrs. Luther Newbern, Mrs. Tennie Bounds, and Mrs. Henry Lacy were appointed to set up the club exhibit at the counsel room for rally day, September 29. The door prize was won by Mrs. Luther Newbern. STOP THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. Your itch MUST atoo or vour 48c back at anv drue store. Ad- oly ITCH-ME-NOT to deaden itch, burning in minutes, speed healing. For externa...

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

PAGE * THE CHEROKEEAN September io, in* Stars Of St«t§ Fair Mask Hall Sfcaw | WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mrs Mary McAdaiat and daugh ter Carolina and granddaughter, Sandra Johnson of Marshall, and Mrs C W Donoho of Robs town were weekend visitors of Mr . T. IL Singletarv Mr and Mr John E 1I of Fort Worth were weekend vtailors with parentt Mr and Mr Fred Eaell at Maydelle. and Mr and Mrs Roy Ugate. Mr and Mrs Billy Wheat and Gail of Jacksonville were visi- tors with Mr and Mrs Isgate Sunday night Citizens State Bank PH0#€ MU 3-2277 Mr and Mr J L Bagley have frirnd Mr I)on E Moxham Mr returned from visiting in Houston and Mr* Moxham were recent visi- and with their son and daughter tor* with Mrs Moreau. in law Mr and Mrs Manning Bag Mrs T M. Sherman returned fe> and children at lake Jackson Wednesday from visiting with her Mrs Bryan Stovall, Mary Kate sister Mrs John Skiles in a Fort and Nancy Guinn were Tyler visi Worth hospital Mrs Skiles" many tors Saturday friends here will be g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

September Is Better Breakfast Month m :K 1st Methodist Set Meetings First Methodist Church's Sun- Mrs. Betty Stovail; Official Board day School resumed its regular meeting, Monday, 7:30 p m at the meeting time, 9:45 a.m. Sunday church; Wesleyan Guild, Tuesday, morning, after a summer time 7 p.m. at the church; choir re- change to 9 a.m. hearsal, Wednesday, 7 p.m.; and, Activities during the coming. Commission on Membership and week at the church, announced by; Evangelism, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. secretary, Mrs. June Crysup are:! 0- WSCS meeting, Monday, 3 p.m. at INTERESTING FACTS the church with Mrs. Mauriette Robert Fulton was a protrait Hassell, president, presiding, and painter before he became an in- program under the direction of ventor. Notes 13th Birthday Fri., Sept. 4 Miss Lila Jean Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Long celebrated her thirteenth birthday Friday night with a slumber party at her home on Highway 69 She and her guests attended the hack-to-schoól Champs, Red S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

mSm SANS TRAVIS, SWINK Eaglets Open Against Carthage Thursday PM Rack s Junior High foot ba Ueri' said Co op • strong Carthage Next week s game with Gaston team Thursday afternoon minus will be played in Gaston on Thurs- wbat Coach Bruce Pruett had day night at 7 It's A Love-Ly Game Crockett Steals' Fluke Win counted on as two key backs The Eaglets will take to the field at 3 30 for their first skir imsh of the season without the ser- vices of proven halfback Ronny Travis and Joe Swink, who was counted on to add experience and! weight to the secondary. Travis is receiving treatment for a wrenched hip which he injured last summer. Swink suddenly turn ed in his Rusk uniform and will Seventh graders Monday night probably check out the one he left suffered a "fluke" defeat at the in Cushing last year, His with hands of Crockett youngsters in drawal was unexplained their first football outing of the Still the Juniors will face Carth season Crockett won 8-6 age with two halfbacks of Junio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

t i 1 V! Bf 1 I í; LOW LOW prices # I ü Here'* your chance to stock up for months on your favorite canned foods! Piggly Wiggly's specials on the best, nationally advertisd brand-name canned goods means money in your pocket—and smiles on the faces of your well-fed family. Be sure to shop PIGGLY WIGGLY'S CANNED FOODS SALE! Top values all over the store! GUARANTEE! TOP QUALITY MEATS ADMIRATION COFFEE Reg. Drip Fine pound MORTON'S SALAD DRESSING quart 39 SNO-CLUB MELLORINE V2 gallon 35 HUMKO SHORTENING CIGARETTES 3 pound can BACON DECKER'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE ROBERT'S CHILI BULK WEINERS DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 No. 303 Cans DECKER'S KORN pound 39 3 pounds 1.00 pound 39* pound 35( All Regulars—Carton Kings and Filters—Carton *1.00 •* **> t* GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE fGOLDEN RIPE BANANAS pound 9' BONNIE BAKER SALT Large 26 Oz. BEST-O-BREED YAMS RED VELVET pOUnd 5* FOOD SUNSHINE No. 1 RED POTATOES 10 - 39* DELICIOUS APPLES u 15c FIRM SLICING TOMATOES L, 15c CRACKERS wal LIGHT CRUST REYNOLD'S...

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

COMPLIMENTS Of BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Li* m A Happy Life JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS ATTEND THE CHURCH YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY US' COMPLIMENTS OF WALKERS CONOCO STATION Attend Church and Peel Better JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 362 First National Bank Bldfl Phone 91)6 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS mm' ^20 COMPLIMENTS OF HABERLE COSDEN SERVICE STATION ANO HABERLE OIL COMPANY 825 S. Jackson Ph. 8211 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS PEACOCK CRATE FACTORY With Our Compliments JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated 4 Oth«r Trucking Needs 130 W Lamia Phone 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phone 1317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY $27 Larta Phone 24206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

Win Up To *1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY Most of our citizens are "sold" on the idea of progress. They see it as a must to the survival of our town. But what does progress mean and what does it involve in the life of a small community. The thing progress first of all calls for an enlightened citizenry and one that is urgently interested in progress— one that is willing to work and cooperate for the betterment of itself. Progress involves change, the gradual abandonment of the old and the adoption of the new. It calls for people alert to changing times and changing conditions. Progress for the small Texas community means some measure of industrialization, a move to provide job opportu- nities for people who are left without them in the inevitable march of time. This thing progress is a moving forward, a growing process, that calls for all the essentials of growth demanded by an industrialized nation. It means go...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

RUSK vs. New London RUSK PM. / Sm J FIRST PRIZE ANYONE CAN WIN CA WEEKLY PRIZES SECOND PRIZE $10 00 Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK A ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY GREGG INS. AGENCY CITIZENS STATE BANK 3-2277 Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK. TEXAS BEALL BROS DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK NORTON FURNITURE COMPANY SOUTH SIDE OF SOUARE RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN & BIO BOYS RUSK SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY SIX MILES SOUTH OF RUSK ON U. S. *9 CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY PARKS CLEANERS FREE PICK-UP A DELIVERY WOODS PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH GREEN STAMPS ZERO FOOD LOCKERS Complete Food Protesting Confer THE SMART SHOP "LADIES EXCLUSIVI SHOP" WEST SIDS OF SQUARE RUSK FELTON BANKS GROCERY Phone 3-4145 For Free Delivery LOVELADY DAIRY TREET OPEN JO TO 10 AT THE "V IN RUSK ON HWY. 69 BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS...

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

ALTO LL CONTEST CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! TROUP AT TROUP — 8 P.M. our big football contest today; you may of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY Obligation! Match your guesses with the . . just mark your choice for the win- >T THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES $ >00 lOO Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football Games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football games. \ntest . . . Jiployees of this newspaper lilies. ly every week; prize money |son picking the most win- the winner. Do not guess prizes. must correctly guest the ltd Rusk games by quarters, luess the correct final score Friday at 4 p.m. Winners sk. Enter as often as you le pos i ted at the collection POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION ... And Friendly Sportsminded Alto Merchants BOYD'S PHARMACY IN ALTO PRESCRIPTIONS SCHOOL SUPPLIES GIFT...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

L i paoi é THE CHEROKEEAN SCPTEMSfft 10. m CHEROKEE High Stakes In Livestock Div. Of Fair More Eligible For Veteran Benefits COUNTY FARM NEWS AUSTIN—Charle L. Morris, «-¡and Korean Conflict veterans to, ceive benefiU at the rate of <78.78 ecutive director. Veterans Affairs show that the veteran possessed per month. Veterans who become A„w_irra, . ^ Commission of Texas, announced | such disabilities at the time of eligible to receiv* benefitsafter TYLER — Approximately fcOO ^ q{ pubü<; ^m his the recently enacted law becomes bead of livestock will compete for a ,,w WI,h „,ncin„( to The new law also provides pay-! effective on July 1, 1960. will re- more than $11,000 in premiums veterans of World War I. World; ment of pension benefits on a slid-1 ceive $85 per month if their in- a law dealing with pensions to - - - . .iterara of World War I, World . at the 44th annual East Texas War Q and the Korean Conflict, ing scale, with the number of de- come is less than $600 annually, Fai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

Walter Brown Completes Navy Pacific Cruise LONG BEACH, Calif. (FHTNC) —Walter Brown, seaman. USN, oí! Route 1, Box 9, Reklaw, Texas, returned to Long Beach, Calif., j August 28, aboard the destroyer j USS Alfred A. Cunningham, after j a five-month cruise in the Western! Pacific. In addition to participating in air defense, anti-submarine and amphibious landing exercises with the U. S. Seventh Fleet, the Cun- ningham visited ports in Japan; the Philippine Islands; and Hong Kong. Texas Forest Service.. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4445 Rusk, lax. RUSK—Well, we here in Rusk can settle back for another year of work; and, oh yes, study. Vacation time has come and gone; we have visited our friends; some have visited us and now school has started; we realize vacation time has past. Its always the right time TO THINK ABOUT MONEY ... FIRST STATE BANK And neither rain, snow, sleet or sun will keep your postmes from handling your banking trans- actions for you. Simply f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 September 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN STATE CAPITAL NEWS PACE • SEPTEMBER 10. IH " . Letter Writers Ask Ho More ISStCIATIOR _ , ... _ - . , Taxes In Missiles To Daniel By V«rn S«nford T«>«* Prrvt €ST.\at.SH€n JUL Y 5, IM7 AS THE PIONEER Catered 'h second utu matte/ at the poataffle* at Run. Teui o wter Act of Marrh 3. 1879 E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN AUSTIN—People who have been writing Gov. Price Daniel in the past few weeks say "no more — tases, please." Editor and Publisher jn mid August the governor an- Oillce and Business Manager nounred he would call a special News Editor session to raise money for higher ~ teacher pay only if the people de- Any erroneous reflection itpot the character, standing, or repu- m¡in(je(¡ n }]¿ said he also wanted Ution of any person, firm, or corporation wnicb may appear >n tba fo fm(J out how ]rg,s|atorj felt ¿oliunas o! this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brouglit ajter they had had a chance to tr> the attention of the publisher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 September 1959

pass- I a s h |f the s. Not Ictions line feet lersec- png. Jss the jn the |learly traf- |n not ve- lo the lp 'Hound . . . Town 9ííí/t Houndaiout INTEREST MOUNTS each wwk in Hi* bifl Football Contort carried each woek in The Chorokooan and (Star) Journal . . . Around 150 entries were counted last wook . . . Marshall Doar won first placo this wook. Ho guessed IS of 20 correctly; Cilbort Kalinoc and H. G. Wood tied for socond placo with 17 corroct guesses . . . Doar will receive $15.00; and Kalinoo and Wood will divided tho 2nd and 3rd placo money for a total of $7 JO aoch . . . WE'VE HAD MANY favorablo commonts on tho fino sports cover- apa carried in tho (Star) Journal. THOSE WHO FAILED to pay thoir poll tax this yoar aro roally out of luck . . . We've already had a number of very important elec- tions. and from what Roundabout understands via the "prapevinef we're due to have one or two more that will be of utmost importance. SHELBY HOOD, immediate past president of the Rusk Quarter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 September 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAgl 3 SEPTEMBER 17, ltS9 B&PW Club Meeting AtBaptist Home Of Prexy Thurs. A basket full of favorite recipes was presented to Mis* Beth Bearden, bride-elect of Billy Lang, Monday evening at 7 o'clock by a co re of friends gathered in the lovely new home'of Mra. G. L. Newburn, Jr., on Circle Drive. Pictured here, from left, are Mra. Ferrell Harris co-hoateas, the honoree an d Mr . Newburn. **■ J ***&% , s^:1 ¿¿'lijé!'*® % Tj tse, Members of tbe Rusk Business and Professional Women' Club met for tbe first meeting of the current muoa at the borne of it* president, Mr Carmel Lee, Thurs- day evening, September 10th. After opening with tbe Lord'* prayer, Mrs. Lee called for a re- port of routine business. She followed with tbe aojMtm- rement of standing committee ap- pointments to serve tbe 196040 year: Program and yearbook: teniae Alexander and Mildred Fulton; membership, Lynn Marie Banks; career advancement, Emma Lee Wood and Thaima Jones; public affairs, Hester B...

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