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

ILL CONTEST i CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! ALTO ELKHART At Alto Friday *ER our big football contest today; you may one of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY no obligation! Match your guesses with the srts . . . just mark your choice for the win- , NOT THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES lOO >00 Contest . . . PT employees of this newspaper r families. n away every week; prize money le person picking the most win- will be the winner. Do not guess weekly prizes. >00, you must correctly guess the kett and Rusk games by quarters, nust guess the correct finel score ries is Friday at 4 p.m. Winners ng week. Enter as often as you be deposited at the collection I Alto. ON POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION ntry Blank Carthage Elkhart Carlisle Nacogdoches East Mountain Tyler-Lee Houston Baylor Florida Missouri T.C.U Oklahoma Iowa Miami Auburn Penn State California Vanderbilt Tennessee ........ Georgia BREAKER Elkhart ■MMMOMMMHMi NUS PRIZE ATTACH TO &g...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 October 1959

COMPLIMENTS Of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Cook* Paint* — Pkon# 1317 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY 'M J n ■M I 4 GIBBS ELECTRIC CO. Your Satisfaction — Our Guarantee 410 Commerce — Plw* WI1 HILLENCAMP ENGINEERING CO. How Amiable Are Thy Tabernacles O Lord Of Hosts OCT H Is COMPLIMENTS Of BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phone WO* W. E. PIERCE LUMBER COMPANY All Kinds of Building Materials and Contracting — Phone 7175 BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliments 1206 W. Larissa — Phone 4144 H and J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 101 'i N. Main — Phone 2-0Mi EARL M. GAY (Distributor) of Gulf Oil Products — Phone 8424 COMPLIMENTS OP Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palostina Hwy. — Phona 7113 COMPLIMENTS Of O. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Oaera Doaler — Phone 1051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hoffman Sales — Service All Makes 314 E. Rusk — Phone 24241 COMPLIMENTS Of BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life Is A H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER «. 1959 PAGE 7 Hugghins-JonesWedding Is Solemnized Recently •' ■'í'V ■ 1 I Miss Elna Louise Hugghins and llr. Herman Kenneth Jones ex- changed wedding vows in First Baptist Church, Saturday, Septem- ber 19th at seven o'clock. Rev. Lon- nie Webb performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hugghins of Daisetta, Texas. The groom's par- í u¡i rd l.i us <ti Jlf.iltJ, We Guard Your Family's Health Filling prescriptions la a sacred trust and the vital, hlghly-skill- ed, "heart" of our service; but we also maintain baby needs first-aid, sickroom, and medi- cine chest supplies for you and your f a m i I y" s convenience. Coma in, let us help you, any* time! Cartlidge Drug Store Phon* MU 3-2358 Rusk, Tex. ents are Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones of Rusk. The church altar was banked with greenery. Centering the wed- ding scene was a white wrought iron arch, entwined with smilax and topped with white wedding bells. This was flanked by ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 8 October 1959

PAGE S THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOACt t. 1*5? Flower Enthusiasts Look Forward To Dec. Show i give you . . . TEXAS : a chosen fesr (of which I wu one But be was angry and insisted | after tha other guests had had sup-j that it had been stolen; further per. Once in a while, too, the favored group would be asked to wait— and then we feasted on oysters, by no means so easily obtainable in inland towns then. J'ville Q'bock, By Gertie fry Bulb planting time is here again And a eelorfu! array of beautiful flowers will be ample reward for the planning and planting during fall months. If your garden ha* average soil, plant TULIPS 4 to 5 inches deep Deeper planting is advisable where the bulbs are not to be dug and reset each season. Plant CROCUS 3 inches deep, GRAPE-HYACINTH 4 inches; NARCISSUS 5 inches;- SNOWDROPS 6 inches, and DAF FOOILS 6 inches They should be 4 to 6 inches apart, depending or size All bulbs thrive in well drained, rich loamy soil and in full un or stmi shaded areas. Where the •r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

M!ere«in fSn-ica ft Sale* P n or 'Hound . . . Town Houndaiaut THE BATTLE OF THE PETI- TIONS hit • W this wwk. Both aides httf placed an ad order with Roundabout that thoy wanted to run tho nam as of tho signers of the "wet" petition in this issue of THE CHEROKEEAN. ALL WHO SIGNED were con- tactad, and from what Roundabout understands, agreed that it was perfectly all right with them for their names to appear in the paper. COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgaffcering facilities of Rusk and Jacksenvillo agencias in tho moat complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABUSHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 OCTOBER 1$, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 20 PAGES NUMBER 17 BECAUSE OF THIS, Roundabout agreed to publish the names, and accepted the list of names from both sidos. THE NAMES WERE SET, and the press ready to roll, but Round- about refused to assume full re- sponsibili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

FACI a THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER IS. 1W Looking Ahead ... Fresh Peach Cake Waffles RHS Issues Report Cards A CRISIS DEVELOPING •perity sun. Bat tbe truth u that the whole structure of our unparalleled pro- ( rti.trfl .i of >{• .■ 1|}> and economic strength great sum on short- term paper. The government of the United could come tumbling down if the There is no ceiling on short term SUtes is faced with a critical fin-S American people do not face up interest, and the Government soon ancial mm, one of the most dan* "> «i* "Id facts of the Govern will be obliged to pay more than ero in the history of our Repub- niciil's financial emu. and make 4% per «nt The financia experts lie. Most citizens will be surprised íwuiom In a nutshell expect the short erm interest to at this statement many will find it <*e problem is this: The Federal Jump to 3% or higher hard to believe It is human nature government hasn't any cash to Short term government securi- to cast off unpleasant thoughts ...

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

Is IHX J AD'S FOR SALE located. Call Mrs. Vernon Ross, MU 3-2277 or MU 3 4243. tfc-11 FOR SALE: I have 12 io<a, about 6 blocks from Courthouse. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. 1 will furnish plan* w*a specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watches Gifts r\% to 5«% oft See 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. J4fo32 ~ FOR SALE~ BULB PLANTING TIME Unsurpassable Daffodils, Tulips, Narcissus, Hyacinth, Dutch Iris, Ranuncules, and Anemones. LAWSON'S FLOWER SHOP 6 mi. East Jacksonville U.S. Hwy. 79 J-4TC-6 FOR SALE: 12 used lavatories. 'Complete, except trap. $7.50 each, i MU 3-4600 C. L. Manning. tfc-9 FOR SALE: Large 9 room house within city limits. Large yard, 7 large pecan trees. Call MU 3-2810. I tfc-12 FOR SALE: New sport car with motor, $90;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints — PKon# 8317 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phone *206 BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliment 1206 W. Larissa — Phone 416® H and J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 101'i N. Mam — Phone 2-0226 EARL M. GAY (Distributor) f Gulf 0«l Product — Phone 8624 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. — Phone 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF 0. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Deere Dealer — Phone 8051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hertmtn Sale* — Service All Make* 31 i E. Rusk — Phone 24261 COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life Is A Happy Life COMPLIMENTS OF GRAY ELECTRIC CO. A Friendly Place To Trade JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Saving* and Home Loans RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated and Other Trucking Needs 130 W. Larissa — Phone 9305 Gragard-Spra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

Now Is The Time To Prevent Those Pesky Peach Borers Dr. P. A. Young Masses of gum and frass around the base of peach trees result from the worms of peach borers. They eat the cambium, inner bark, and tender sapwood, weakening or kill- ing the trees. Prolonging tbe life and productive ability of the peach trees depends much on controlling peach borers. Yellow-white worms as long as 1 % inches long may be found under the bark of infested trees. The adults of the peach borers are clear-winged moths resembling wasps. The females are dark blue with 1 or 2 orange bands around the abdomen. The males are light- er blue with several yellow bands around the abdomen. They fly in daytime when the females lay their eggs on or near the bases of the tree trunks. The adults emerge in May to early October. Their eggs hatch in about 10 days and the little worms eat the tender bark often in the winter. Beginning in April, the worms that have become full grown spin >sfe We Guard Your Family's Health...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

1 PAGE é THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER IS, If First Baptist Circles— \Reklaw Football Standings DISTRICT 7 AAA LAST WEEK J'rille 29, Carthage 0 Gladewater 22. Ty ler Lee 0 Kügore 14, Nacogdoches 12 Season Standi** Ntm* Nacog Henderson Kilgore Carthage Gladewater Tyler Lee J'nlie W L T Pt Opp 3 2 0 178 28 3 3 2 1 1 2 115 50 102 60 47 43 37 38 51 69 87 55 DISTRICT STANDING NMD* KiJjfore J'rille Gladewater Naco? Carthage Tyler Lee Henderson W L T 1 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pt Opp 14 12 29 22 12 0 0 0 0 0 14 29 22 0 DISTRICT 24AA LAST WEEK Liberty 26 Jasper 0 : San Augustine «2, Tirr.pson 0 Only Games STANDINGS N*m* W L T Pt Opp San A us 8 0 0 127 12 Í Crockett 5 0 Rusk 2 2 Jasper 2 4 Center 1 4 THIS WEEK Rusk at Center (on KTLU) Woodville at Crockett Jasper at San Augustine DISTRICT 1 A LAST WEEK Diboll 30. Corrigan 0 Alto 24. Elkhart 6 Groveton 20. Trinity 0 Madisonville 18, Grapeland 0 SEASON STANDING 115 24 81 62 52 112 60 211 LULA NEWBURN CIRCLE J-VILLE — The Lula Newburn Circle of the W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

Punting and Passing KILGORE OVER J'VILLE However, this could be the year lor Jacksonville to get some re- venge for the 72-0 slaughter the Bulldogs, gave the Indians in '36 and '57. If the Indians play the type of hardnosed football they did in Orange, Athens, and Port Neches games this could be an up- set victory for the Indians. Levaretfi Chapel over Troup It looks like another tough day for the Tigers. Leverett's Chapel still has a perfect slate in four games and it's improbable they will go down to defeat in this one. RUSK OVER CENTER This should be another easy vic- tory for the Eagles. Center has managed only one victory this, year. They have scored only 60; points while their opponents have j chalked up 212. ALTO OVER TRINITY Alto should take this one in a walk. Trinity has won two and lost two for the season while the Yellowjackets have suffered only a loss to Rusk in four games. TEXAS OVER ARKANSAS But don't count the Wild Hogs of the Ozarks out. They are riding high this w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Eagle Eye I Club News Weather [ WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Sports Editor Feature Editors Sponsor Donna Isaac Donna Bothwell Alien Ray Larry Talley William Tosh Richard Tackett, Martha Coker, Wanda West brook. Fay Birkelbach Mrs Lewis McCarroll From The Staff... The Eagles Echo SUÍÍ for the school year of W60 with this first issue would like to express the desire that we may carry on the tradition in the «runner set before us by previous staffs. We hope that each week we will be able to publish a paper that will be enter taimn£ and enjoyable to all. We would also like to thank Mr and Mrs Whitehead for the kind- ness they have shown to us in publishing the Eagles Echo Thank you. Editorial Every man has within his being the strong desire to succeed whe- ther his dreams be focused on fame, power, or wealth Ambition is tho spirit of a world -the teles cope by which the stars of the lofty aspiri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 15, 1*5 PAGE 9 Sc M eekend Kend- lie mis- break just in the days, drive 1 Indians Seek Second District Win At Kilgore J'VILLE—Jacksonville's Indians, with a defense as powerful as a pigskin full of TNT, meet their see ond 7-AAA conference opponent Friday night at Kilgore. The In- dians will square off against the Kilgore Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m. The BuUdogs, provided the dis- trict with one of its major upsets of the season last week by downing highly favored Nacogdoches by a 14-12 score. They will carry a sea- son record of 4 wins and only one loss when they meet Jacksonville. In the preseason coaches poll Kil- gore was picked for the number three spot behind Nacogdoches and Henderson, but their victory over the Dragons last week puts them in the top spot. The Bulldogs, coached by Ty j Bain, have six returning lettermen j including two starters, from last year's squad. The Kilgore team has displayed a diversified attack in their previous games. The stars \ of th...

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

PAGE 10 THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 15, 1M* First Mrs. Hanna Speaks Mori. To Sorority Methodist Circles home of Mrs. Hut Lawler Lloyd Avenue, October 20 110 A model meeting of the Oankron Gamma Chapter of Beta Sisma Phi was held Monday evening in the home of Mrs Opal FittJ The hostess who is also program chairman, presented Mrs W H. Hanna. guest speaker for the even ing whose topic was "prose " na res After her definition, Mrs. Han- id to the group. Guy de Man passant's short story. "Tb® Neck- lace." This was followed by ex cerpts from Ann Morrow Lind- berg's "Gift From the Sea." During the social hour follow- ing, cake, ham puffs, coffee and salted nuts were served by the bostess to the following Mesdames 1 Hanna, Del Cox. Elizabeth Davis, Delitha Guenzel, Maunetle Hassell, Mary Jane Hinton, Sue Kyle, Made leine Morgan, Freda Ratcliff, Lu Lu Summers and Joy Nell West- brook BAILE Y-BROYLES CIRCLE J'VILLE — The Bailey-Broyles ! Circle of the Woman's Society of ¿arMJg" | Christian Service...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

MM m MAYDELLE NEWS By Mr*. Minnie Conner Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Fondrcn are Mrs. Mattie Cellum and Mrs. | spending the weekend in Dawson Minnie Conner attended the Old jwith the Charlie Fondrens. Cherokee Association at New Sal ! The Arlie Odoms leit Saturday era Saturday. ' to visit relatives in Dallas and to SCD NEWS Mrs. Kate Sherman has return- attend the Fair. ed from Sulphur Springs where Mesdames Evelyn and Mattie she visited her brother. Will Con- ^ were shopping in Rusk Sat way. Her brother, Albert of Re urda^ . serve, New Mexico met her there accompanied H. C. and returned home with her for I Glidden and wife to Palestine Sun- a visjt day for a visit with the Marvin Mrs. Mary King of Houston j M«Qu<en* visited relatives here last week. Slr and Mrs Jack Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Orrill, (Gyp- famil>' of Fort Worth were visitors sy Benge) Mr. and Mrs. Osa Hazel, l ^ ^ Euü home over the (Nellie Benge) of Dallas, and Mr. weekend and Mrs. Joe Edward Moore of i Mr and Mrs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

il I ■I The cherokeean Workshop For 12 OCTOftCK IS, IW .. . Decorations Is ROUNDABOUT... Nine Rusk Women Attend Garden Club Zone Meet Study Course At First Baptist To Begin Sun. Set, Thursday A Christina* decoration and arrangement* workshop will be held Tharaday evening, October 15th from 7 30 to # 30 p.m in the T*e r*« Baptist Church of cognition to each person for each 'J Rusk will begin a church study; course completed. An electronic mon(j Vermillion. president of the coarse Sunday evenwu. October brain in the Church Study Course r>íMotJlj Qarden Club 18th. continuing each evening Awards Office in Nashville, Ten Mrl Roy jIítr{H.r «f Gilmer na through Thursday. October 22nd ! nessee. will keep a record of every ti<)naüy accred¡ted flower show According to Rev. Lonnie Webb, person who requests an award for judge m¡¡ ^ m charE#. 0f the church pastor, the one and a half the completion of a book, wbeth demonstration hours study each night will be er studied in a group school or...

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

ÉÜ^ÍPÍÜ$• sajiiiít Htívtr- •,,n .Atr¿r 3 Síí&k i 2®S V* T*V/ r*^*«' / V? ríí8 'A** íi¿* ^¡^4' n?l?K5 mmwmm i s %i *S4 *«>e.|, *Y(\.M Piggly Wiggly has been busy selecting prime seafoods for a big Seafoods Sale! How long since you've served your family an old-fashioned seafoods dinner? Smoking, buttery broiled fish, crisp fried fillets, or perhaps fried oysters with spicy tarter sauce! For very best seafoods—fresh, frozen, or canned—shop Piggly Wiggly all this week. Selection is excellent and prices low. Do your fishin' this week at Piggly Wiggly. Guaranteed Top Quality Meats BALTIMORE LARGE SELECT OYSTERS PI. 89- TEXAS STAR BREADED SHRIMP TASTOSEA PERCH FILET TASTOSEA CATFISH FILET TASTOSEA FISH STICKS TEXAS STAR DEVILED SHRIMP 10 Oz. Pkg. Pound Pound 8 Oz. Pkg. 8 Oz. Pkg. 5H 45< 53< 35* 77< RATH'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE LB. PKG. 49 LUCKY STRIKE GRATED TUNA can 19 HONEY BOY CHUM SALMON NO. I TALL CAN 45 COMMANDEE IN OIL SARDINES can 10 Garden Fresh Produce LARGE JUMBO CEL...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

Hill THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOMR 15, 1«S* STATE CAPITAL NEWS Rural Area People To Benefit Most From New Insurance Plan ESTASutwen JULY *, IM7 as THE noun* Entered as second class mat let at the postoffice at Act of Mart* S. lflTt E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN By Vtrn Senfocd Tmm Prm Aiwciillon AUSTIN-— Rural and amall town resident* will have an advantage _ over their city cousins when the Texa* new auto insurance rating plan ____________ goes into effect Jan. 1. g/tiiw and Publisher Under the new system worked Office and Business Manager out by the State Board of Insur- News Editor ance, a driver's auto insurance pre " mi urns will be raised or lowered Any erroneous reflection upo*, the character, standing, or repo- according to his driving record of any p«non. firm, or corporation which may appear in tba accident or ticket for a mov- ffim... of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought jng (rafi,c violation puts a "black to tbe attention of the publish...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

Looking Ahead.. MR. CONGRESSMAN, NOW LOOK HERE third of everybody's inoorae, the continuing increase in the Federal ' „ .. _ _ . , ... payroll should move every citizen Senator Harry F. Byrd of Vir^. . . „.. ... . * * _ to make direct contact with his gima Chairman of the Congres- Congressman „d register dLsap. sional Joint Commit ee on Reduc J N<j one can adequately jus. t.on of Nonessential Federa Ex £ 2,352.242 civilians penditures, informs me that an- w0'rkmg fw the Federal Govern. ment. No one can shrug off the danger of this ever-expanding other sad milestone in the growth of government has been reached. The cost of civilian employment in bureaucracy, the danger to our Coast to Coast Twelve billion dollars is a lot of the Executive Branch of the Fed- and our materiai weil eral government reached an all- . . time high in fiscal 1959. There are 2,352,242 people (not counting the armed services) on the Federal . . payroll, and the biU being footed 11 breaf d,0WI} * by the groa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

£ i FlftV fj > i Friday FOOTBAL ANYONE CAN WIN C WEEKLY PR ZES THIRD PRIZE SECOND PRIZE FIRST PRIZE Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK ft ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN ft BIO BOYS RUSK WOODS PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH OREEN STAMPS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY BROOKSHIRE BROS. RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INS. AGENCY CITIZENS STATE BANK 3 2277 SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION THE CHEROKEEAN RUSK, TEXAS ED STOVER CAFE 'HOME OF FINE FOODS" CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP ASSOCIATION STOVALL CLEANERS WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK, TEXAS WALLACE LUMBER COMPANY SIX MILES SOUTH OF RUSK ON U. S. *9 THE SMART SHOP LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK. TEXAS BUTLER'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION RUSK, TEXAS E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY RUS...

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