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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

[sons sent IWil- Iture and | city, fiber I Opp 21 13 26 32 41 14 41 | Opp 6 18 127 36 54 | Opp 16 32 34 34 25 48 62 68 0 I i | A m. WmMWím/ K A 0 With cooler weather coming, your family needs a better breakfast . . . and better breakfasts begin at Piggly Wiggly! Piggly Wiggly's wide selection of the best breakfast foods . . . eggs, bacon, butter, cereals, pancake and waffle mixes . . . assures you of easy variety in planning your breakfast menus. For the best in breakfast, shop Piggly Wiggly! K GRADE A MEDIUM Dozen 39" BISCUITS GLADIOLA J Cans 19* RATH'S THICK SLICED BACON Free With Each 2 Pound Package 50 S&H Green Stamps O Lb. A Pkg. Mil OLEO sumy 2 u*. 25' Frozen Food Specials FROSTY ACRES Strawberries 4 99* HOLSUM Orange Juice 4 99c SNO CLUB Mellorine 'A gal. 39* ASPIRIN BAYER Bottle of 50 39^ Bottle of 100 69* DETERGENT WISK P „, 41* SOAP LIFEBUOY 2 Reg. Bars 23^ LIFEBUOY s0AP 2 Bath Bars 33^ DETERGENT BREEZE 33* SOAP LUX 3 Reg. Bars 31 ^ LUX so. 2 Bath Size 31 ^ LIQUID 7c ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

PAGf 7 THE CHEROKrrAV SEPTEMBER 24, 1959 From Austin ♦ CAPITAL NEWS * eSTA#4.#kHeo JULY S, IM7 AS TM« PIOMMII Entered as second tiaos i ■Oder Art of March 3 Iff Batter at the postoffice at Ruas. Texas E. H WHITEHEAD MRS. E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upo*! tbe character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation wnkrb may appear In the calumas of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougnt • the attention of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County R A T ■ S $1.79 $3 00 $225 $4.00 Mid Card* <rf Thank* ch«r*#d fwritHw rate of Sc per word Cherokeean Editorials Industrial Pie Is High In Tupelo, Recipe Says By Vern Sanford Tema Press AiiocWiin AUSTIN — In previous presi- dential nominating year , Texas J K-moer at have had their hands full with in-the-family fight*. Who would control the Texas d...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

«Pital, ti Me- Ucrest pson Ange- ufkin; Voca- enter, t the >ns on wat. of the ita. THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 24, 195 PAGE i Posture Is Important In Health Does your body profile look like the bent part of a Capital "D"? Would you like to acquire a bright new outlook on life? Then get rid of that pretzel posture. Good posture is the starting point of good health and appear- ance. Luckily, it is fairly easy to attain. Here's how: Hold your head high and pull your chin in until your eye level is parallel to the ground. Pull your shoulders back and make the shoulder blades form as near a flat surface as possible. Raise your chest up and push it forward until the buttons strain. Draw your abdomen up and in, I and when you breathe make sure it's your chest that rises and falls and not your abdomen. Flatten the lower part of your back, tucking the buttocks as close j under the hips as possible. Tip your hips down in the back. Hold your knees straight but not stiff. Put your feet parallel...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

|A Family That Prays Together Stays Together RUSK CHURCHES assembly or coo Pastor: REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJd.C. Friday — 2 p.m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A. Service ~ 7 p.m . 9undaf Evening Worship — 7;JO p m., Snd«r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lettnie H. W.bb, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 11:00 am Training Union, 6 30 p m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, B 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.13 Choir Practice P00 pm, CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne c. Morrow Sunday School. 9 43 a m. Morning Wff.-*hip, 1100 am Training Union 8 30 Sun. Even. Sunday Fvemng 7 30 Wednesday Evening Serviros 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Joe R Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a m Worship Service, 11 a m. BTU, 7 p m Evening Worship, 8 pm Midweek Worship, Wed ni^ht, 7.30 p m SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 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 L...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

Attend mwk. * * * 5lf * 18 M M ■ & - +■ mmmmm Í¡ÉmSw0%' *. v;íí %:-■•■■■'& BlittL mm 'WMm< , "l , wmmsmi IfSt ** R&* $%m¿Á ■*<#&: .... . ^ &* mm>, m i RRPfl ■■■ iHH - W; - •'•■•••.v. •::•>:• ,<■.:••; ■ [owing out the candles on a birthday cake has meant a special wish will come true. This cute ^ar-old is thinking of that big dolly, a baby buggy 'be that wonderful play house. Whatever is her ff it is humanly possible, her parents arevsure to it it comes true. we grow older, our wishes become more diffi- bring to fulfillment. We wish for a new car, >s a different job or how often have we said "wish million dollars" ... And yet, if we but stop and moment, it is easy to see how very foolish such Igs for material possessions can be. The greatest Jg that man can receive is Peace of Mind. And feace can only come through a knowledge and If God. Don't base your life on wishes; but upon lomise of Eternal Life as God intended. Go to and take your family. i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

1 H E PAGE * CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 24, 19S9 A/f/ce Mi Kirk Turney Home Demonstration ——— M'SS mUSICK C|ub E|ecfs New officers Plan Meetings For Next Week pi&¿aesTCL Events slated next week it First with a special called meeting of 1/ Alto 'Jackets Gain Respect But Lose The Game To Rusk Methodist Church Mrs June Cry sup elude meetings of organizations: Monday, September 28th. WSCS, 3 p m at the church: Finance Com- mission meeting at 6.30, same day. according to the Board at 7 30 secretarj* in- Wednesday. September 30th, the following Youth Choir rehearsal at 5 30 pm . regular choir rehearsal at 7 30. 0 A smile will add to your face' value J'VIIJJS—Turney Home Demon-, «(ration Club elected their new of- ficers for the year Friday at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Tennie Bounds with Mrs Malone Vaughn serving as hostess. Mrs C. S. Otisley was elected Christian""University president and will have serving Pi Beta Phi Mr. Farmer: IS We'd like to serve you! We've got a lot of farm friend...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

ht is l x. <• Jacksonville Hospital News -t- NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL S«pHwb«r II Admitted: Mrs. Richard W. Cur- lin, city; Baby Girl White, Rusk; Baby Girl Curlin, city; Ennis G. Fetters, Palestine; Mrs. Wade M. Cook, city; OUie J. Cameron, city; Floyd Collins, city; Mrs. Lula H. Simmons, Nacogdoches; Mrs. Cur- tis Herrington, Frankston; Mrs. N. A. Cobb, LaRue; Mrs. Susie Miller, Newton; Mrs. James ODell, city; James R. Grant, Athens; Mrs. A. M. Westbrook, Frankston. Dismissed: Eddie Sexton, Luf- kin; Mrs. Warren Bowlas, Pales- tine; Baby Girl Bowlas, Palestine; Miss Velma Abbott, Athens; Knox R. Mitchell, Frankston; Herman Denson, Palestine; Charlie Jinkins, Ponta; James H. Knighton, Kil- gore; Mrs. C. D. Rushing, Broad- dos. Stptambtr 19 Admitted: Mrs. Raymond Cotton, city; Mrs. Mary Reed, city; Miss Eva Owens, Bullard; Curtis Good- son, city; John O. Scates, Troup. Dismissed: Mrs. Bertha A. Wy-1 lie, Palestine; Carroll A. Bennett, ^ Talco; Nellie Sanders, Troup; Hen-; ry Richey, R...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 September 1959

THE CHEROKT r * v pet" I SEPTEMBER 24, 19S9 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS IRENE P. OOOM plant is to be planted is large en- Cm. Home E>*«nomtr<t on Atent ough that the roots can have Did you know that most plants plenty of space to straighten out which drop their leave* in winter Fill in with top soil and pack soil ran be transplanted barerooted* tightly around the plant Water This is much easier than trans immediately to help settle the planting with a ball oí earth. There soil This plant should be planted -r* a few exceptions Large flow the same depth as it grew original enng dogwood drops it leaves in ly. the winter yet it is difficult to 0 transplant, but the general rule Ann Sh«llh mm r applies to most plants. When you find a plant which you wuh to move, rake away all leaves and Ass't. Co. Homo Demonstration A font The Food and Nutrition Sub other rubbish you can Take off Committee met September 17th the top one or two inches of soil Be careful not to get deep enough Mrs L. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

ft#*" ® ¿ -• 4 Mm 'Hound . . . Town With ffiounda&out COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combinint Hie iwwn«tWim facilities «I Rusk end Jacksonville iimcíh in Hw nwit complete local news medium in CHcrakct County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18X7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT looks for a good attendance at the polls Tuesday when wo 90 to voto for filling a j city council vacancy . . . VOLUME 112 OCTOBER 1, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 20 PAGES NUMBER 15 YOU FOLKS who haven't seen our Rusk Eagles play ball this year are missing one of the best seasons we've had . . . Came on out. Tho boys will ba starting Dis- trict play October 16 and ifs con- ceded they have a good chance ef lifting the crown from Center . . . WHILE YOU'RE looking for some good entertainment. Leon Pledger tells us there's some com- ing to town in the form of dozens of smart horses . . . Lion Leon looks for a good show at the club's Cutting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 1 OCTOBER I, IfSt Mrs. Jerry Kingery Feted At Tea Shower Sat. A TEA SHOWER S turd«y evening, September 26th at h« homs of M rs. C. S. Hinton, Jr. eompltnwitsd Mr*. J«rry Kingery, r*c<rnt bride. Shown h*rt sr« Mr . Hsrold M.lUr, mother of th# brid#, Mr*. Kin« (try. Mi* Judy Kin«ory and Mr*. Arthur Kingory, sist r and mother of the groom from Saint Jo, and Mr*. Vernie Minter and Mr*. Al Smit h, grandmother and great grandmother of the honoree. The lovely new home of Mr and Mrs C S Hinton, Jr . was the set tins for a delightful tea shower Saturday evening, September 2flth from seven to nine o'clock, honor tag Mr* Jerry Kingery. a recent bride. Mr* Kingery. the former Miss Theresa Lou Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Miller, was married Sunday, September 6th in Glen Oaks Methodist Church at Dallas Hostesses for the lovely party1 were Mrs Elma Musick Jr , Mrs Walter Meyers. Mrs Dub Summers. Mrs Bob Persons, Mrs Frank Sum- mers and Mrs Leo Tosh In the receiving...

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

100% NYLON SLIPS 40 DENIER OPAQUE NYLON WITH FULL SHADOW PANEL! ^nylon tricot slip Anniversary Special! 1.99 ONCE-A-YEAR SPECIAL ON NYLON TRICOT SLIPS . . . FULL CUT AND STYLED RIGHT! WHITE, PARIS BLUE, PINK, AND RED! SIZES 32 TO 44. SAVE! LADIES BULKY KNIT SWEATERS ANNIVERSARY SALE! 3.99 REGULAR $4.98 AND $5.95 VALUES IN THIS OUT- STANDING GROUP OF POPULAR STYLE SWEATERS-100% HI-BULK ORLON. SHOP NOW! f! * SAVE INOW! 4 YARD DRESS PAKS COTTON PRINTS LOWENSTEINS HIGH QUALITY 00 4 Yards |, EACH PACKAGE A $1.49 VALUE! BUY SEVERAL PACKAGES OF THIS FAST COLOR, SMOOTH QUALITY COTTON PRINTS! «;■ ;■ • RAYON-NYLON BLANKETS 72x84 DEEP SATIN BINDINGS! PINK, BLUE, MAIZE, TAN, GREEN. EXTRA VALUE! 2.99 MATHEWS-MILLER 12th SÍÍ nuu We're celebrating our twelfth year in Rusk with real values throughout the store. Come in to see for yourself these and many other specials! Stop, Shop And Save! LADIES RAYON BRIEF PANTIES SPECIAL PURCHASE OF HIGH QUALITY BRIEFS IN WHITE, PINK, BLUE MAIZE. SIZES 4 TO 10. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

«•AGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER I. 1*5* 1st Yuletide Festivities To Include Flower Show Here Jscktonvill* High ScHool Band El*ct> Officer*—Elected Wednetday to tarva for tha chool yaar ware; |cft t0 ri9h (front row) Vie pravdant Ann Grimtlay, Pra*id nt, Mika Jolly, and Sacratary Mary Lynn Grimtlay; (bock row) Raportar Dixia Gray, Traauirar, Cathy Staploton, Studont Council Altarnata Way- nafta Kme*, and Studont Council RoproMntativo, Yvonno Amick. Sunday School Officers Named; Keels, President Daughters of the King Sunday School Gass of First Baptist Church recently elected new of- ficer They are president, Lela Ann Keels, vice president, Owen Ooff, secretary treasurer, Jo Ann Wad dell, reporter, Sharon Mitchell, •ocia! chairman, I>onna Both well, and group captains, Margaret Scale and Nanette Scbochler, Claw teacher is Mrs. E. If. Grif fin. 0- RE AO THE CLASSIFIED AOS Garden Club theme will be "Sing for Christmas." According to publicity co-chair- men, Mrs. Ed Ilatcliff and Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

sem- |Mon- ft the caU- for and aan. that held Mrs to pittee I vent. Inter- 1 e of Coach Chuck Dean announced Monday that he had scheduled a game for hia ninth erade Jackson- vine Jr. High Braves for Thursday night His eighth graders meet Pal estine's eighth graders in Jack sonville and his ninth graders will play Arp High School B Team in Arp at 7:30 p.m. The eighth graders have won their only game against Moore Jr. High of Tyler. The ninth graders are undefeated but have played two tie games and will be seeking their first win. Rusk meets another tougbie this week in White Oak. White Oak in preseason polls was considered to be one of the strongest Class A teams in the state, but they have run into some strong opposition and have lost two contests. Ihey will be trying for a comeback this week against the Eagles after a 20-14 loss to Mineóla last Friday. THE HATCHET GANG, Jackson- ville "B" Team, continued its win- ning ways against Shelbyville Sat- urday night The little Indians too...

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

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER I. ltS9 Rusk Hospital Everybody's Fond Of Fondue Tim Murphy Talks To J'ville Lions COUNCIL (Continued From Ptf* One) sonviile revenue was estimated at 537,000 «mostly from lease rentals and Ml* of lots). Water and sewer department revenues were estimat ed at $215,000 for the coming year One group of taxpayers at the hearing requested that $1,000 for a recreation department be in- eluded in the budget In the group proposing the recreation depart mem were Jim Heilman. Pete Lam- monsi Dr. W. J Steffins. and F. A. Faulk The council expressed in terest in the recreation proposa! but postponed any action on it until next year. Mayor Robert Huttash and the coundl were served with a cita- tion ¡a the injunction suit brought by The General Telephone Com- pany against the city. The Citation was served by Deputy Sheriff Al- len Horton District Judge James H Moore has set the hearing on this injunction for October 28th The council granted City Man ager Walter Cook'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

Brush Up For j Game At Alto j All Rusk Eaglet teams will re main idle this week, with only one game facing them for the next ¡ two weeks. Ninth Graders will go up again- st Alto next Wednesday in the only action slated in the two-week period. They will play in Alto at1 7. It will be their first action since a drubbing by Gaston nearly two weeks ago. 0 LET'S LIME OUR LAND Dr. P. A. Young We must add much fertilizer to 1 our soil to raise large crops of fine-quality farm crops including pasture grasses and legumes. Lime is the least expensive fertilizer. Often your County A.S.C. office pays part of the cost of liming fields for cooperating farmers. The cost includes use of a big machine that spreads the lime on the fields. Dolomite lime rock includes the magnesium with the calcium to feed our crops. It pays to ask for dolomite lime for your land be- cause the crops need both calcium and magnesium. Farming is a strongly competitive business that now keeps most selling prices low for th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

THE CHF.ROKKF ' ' OCT OMR 1. m« Jacksonville Hospital News + MAM TRAVIS MEMORIAL 25 iAé>+* 'is I 00 1 FiommeM* cSacwf ftwd Cob>f*H 'oo ctoM •« o^ ^ Motr^i w >h>o r o<h o< d>Wt" 8'.ckj*d fwMt M 0«ro*or moto without enteque'* vtritilot'O Uev*t urde* pO tH tfO« conr+clvi ord unon*rxi*d Point thin onl vairuih r* ev*> Htoting plonf poorly m«¡Moift*d f*C 'OO (Í0M>C|O* Daily Siren Blast To Signal Rusk Fire Prevention Week Next week is Fire Prevention fire are smoking and matches. Week in Rusk and in the nation. Smoking in bed ha* made many Rusk Fire Chief BUlie Edwards a *!eep a final one. And the quick- uid. and a hifh noon blast of the eat way to be the first into outer fire airen will remind local citizen space is to use a lighted match to ¡ of the week each day Pointing up the importance of the week. Edwards said fire last year left in its path one billion dollars in damage Rusk and the rest of the nation are footing the bill Closer home, he said every nome l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment or Best Result read and USiJHf our humble feelings for the many deeds of thoughtfulness that you have shown us. It is a great com- fort to know of your love and kindness and especially for the tribute shown him by J. W. Isaacs. \A/|_ *1 1^ I The family of James H. Fitts W rlllC UriltlK Four Charged With Driving THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 1, 1959 PAGE 9 FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 iom, about 6 blocks from CourUnuse. ] block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home oo one of them. 1 will furnish plant, **a specifica- tions and help you u> finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watches Gifts 20% to 50% Oft Sm us before you buy. Summers Jewelry I S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 NICE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon- roe Street. For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jackson- ville. J-tfc-32 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE?"New brick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealin...

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

f.fr. And Mss. Pool Are Making Their Home Here Miss Mary Alice Shankles be came the bride of Mr Gerald Wayne Pool in a double ring cere mony solemnized by Rev Delbert Mi is trad at the Reklaw Baptist Church. Saturday. September 12th Parents of the bride are Mr and Mrs W R Shankles oí Reklaw Mr Pool is the son of Mr and Mrs E J Pool of Free port Prenuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Essie Madden Miss Lfllie Faye King sans Because.' and ' The Lord's Prayer" Miss Janie Sw Bennett sang Always " Miss Arlene Shankles was maid nf honor Best man was R A. Cov-; Club To Host Zone Meeting Pines Garden Club of Nacog doches will be hostess to t h e Southern Zone Meeting of District JII Garden Clubs Tuesday. October 13 with headquarters it II o t c I F redor, la Registration will begin at 8.30 A M and coffee will be served prior tu the general meeting. High lights oí the morning session will be to hesr Mrs Frank Harmon president of Texas Garden Clubs Mrk. Clarence Blair. Governor of District III...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

TIME IS RUNNING OUT! THIS IS IT! BOTH BURDEN'S STORES ARE OPEN TO SERVE YOU! I LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES CHEROKEE THEATRE ] 12 REMEMBER! FINAL f t BEARDEN'S 3 b*US I'ft S/2 VAT a f> 9 3 DAYS HISTORY GENUINE SAVINGS EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN SALE PRICE FIGURES. NOTHING RESERVED! TO * MAKING, STOCK R SALE Just 30 Shoppm Left Yhurs.-Fri.-Sat Complete Table Tennis Set with 4 Padd,es Reg. S34.95 -nd n#t $1 -J 95 NOW I / October 1, 2 & 3 C Regular $99.9S 2 Pc. Bedroom Suite* Regular $179.99 LAROH 100" SOFA FURTHER REDUCED $140.00 Regular $229.95 4 Piece Sectional $f9900 Living Room Suite Regular 5249.95 Nylon Covered, Foam Rubber Cushions Three Piece Sectional *4 jp aqq Now IDU MATHES HI-FI CONSOLES WERE $140.05... THIS SALE ONLY .... $00.00 each THROW PILLOWS LIMIT 2 TO THB CUSTOMER Value* to $2.98 $149 ■ACM Suite Save $100 $' 100 Regular $229.95 S Pc. Maple living Room Group Maple Finish, Your Choice Bed, Chest, Double Dresser, Bunk Bed REGULAR $149.95 FLOOR SAMPLES 2 Pc. LIVING ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 October 1959

THE CHEROKEF.AN OCTOBER 1. I* ACS 12 J. Love Cheek Cone Speaks Funeral Rites Tuesday At Held In Bullard Kiwanis Meet Ru*k Kiwanians met Tuesday for their regular weekly JVILJLE — J Love Cheek. «3 died Monday afternoon at 5 30 "°°n po . o . b > cr " at a filling station in Bullard Services were held Wednesday at tbe Bullard Baptist Church at 2:30 with the Rev W A. Keller, minister, assisted by Rev Ray Har vey officiating Burial was in Bullard Ceme- tery with Buster Sides, Newel Myers, Jr, Newell Myers. Sr.. Eu- gene Harm. Jr, Howard Moor - and Leon Bays as pallbearers Surviving are hu wife, Mrs Samantha Cheek of Bullard; two sons. Jack Cheek. Bullard arid Othan Cheek of Jonesboro, Ark; ¡ one daughter. Mrs Lois Stripling of Houston, two brothers, J M. j Cheek of Bullard and W. W. Cheek of Bullard; three sisters, Mrs Min nie Wallace, Jacksonville; Mrs Nan Bulloch. Port Neches and Mrs Nel Roberts, Houston; seven grandchildren Holmes Brothers Funeral Home was in charge of arrangement*...

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