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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

There s always something for mothers to do . . . even in today s "mechanized" homemaking. Mom keeps busy fr morning 'til night. That's why most mothers in our town shop Piggly Wiggly—because Piggly Wiggly caters to busy mothers in dozens of ways. The best foods for her family, better selection, and more convenient shopping. For the easiesf shopping, (more savings too!) shop PIGGLY WIGGLY regularly! ADMIRATION COFFEE Pound free! 100 S&h Green Stamps WITH THE PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE Sno Club MELL0RINE Cracker Barrel CRACKERS Gladiola White CORN MEAL V2 Gal. Pound Box Pound Bag Bonnie Baker FLOUR Pounds Morton's SALAD DRESSING Quart Folger's Instant COFFEE upton'S 1/4 LB. * PKG. 48 Count Tea Bags GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Cafó °n purchase Kotcx But —°(JPq^ IN$,DF NIAGARA KOTEX. FEMININE NAPKINS 2 Boxes w Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Fresh Drawn HENS Pound Bulk WE1NERS Pounds Wibon's Canned HAMS Ideal For 11/2 Outdoor Eating Lbs. Rod and Reel Fishing SHRIMP 8 Oz. Pkg. Swanson TV DINNE...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN >AC1 7 '' "" THE CHEROKEEAN ■ UjiieuTiti SSTABUiMen JULY 5. 1047 AS TM* HOWitJI Esurtd <> yecond ti*** Art oí March J ISTO mttftmt at the poatofike at Texas Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager New Editor E. H WHITEHEAD MBS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Any erroneous reflation apov the etartefer. Minding, or rej tattoo oí an* person, firm, or eorporition wflMrh may appear tn tha column* OÍ thw newspaper will he gladly corrected upon being brought t9 the «nation of the publisher ___ tUOCR Su Month* ¡a County One Year in County Si* Month* Out of County One Year Out of County PTION BATES 91.75 S3 00 $2 25 $4.00 Clauifod* and Card* of Thank* charged tor at the rate of St per word. 10 Times Lickety-Split The world i really whooshing along. It hasn't been many year. . ainrí- lickety-split wa¿i about t,h< ultimate' in speed. It described the mwiftefit honn* or the h<>tto-*t thintf on wheel*. But v.hen speed paaaed the 10 mph era, lickety-aplit gave ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

Fish vs. Fisherman, Provides Thrills Of Current Season By V«rn Sinford At last the season is here when we can use top-water plugs. Some men fish with plugs throughout the year. But I prefer them in the spring, after the water has warmed sufficiently that the bass begin to spawn. To me, top-water plugging is the ultimate in fishing thrills. There is nothing to equal it. When a bass ri *: bang a top-water plug into the air, then somersaults to shake It loose, rsning is at its best. I'll admit that I get a thrill when I feel any fish tugging at a jig or plastic worm as it moves slowly across the bottom. I even miss a heart beat or two when one bumps into a deep running plug. But when a big bass breaks the water to grab a top-water chuggar, I never want to quit. There are many kinds of top- water plugs. Which is the best? That's pretty much up to you and the fish. If you know how to work a plug right, you will more than likely hook a bass. If you just splash the plug around in the water...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN Fir.i t « >«' irarwz- Bill Smith. Junior Ha- President, draff- n lei around Mr*. Lois Henry, junior spon- sor. at the annual Junior-Senior Banquet la t Saturday rtitfht. Aluo pictured are, left, Sarah Dickey and Billy Watson, junior xp >n or, and rijrht, Betty Tidrow and Sally bummer . Islands Atmosphere Prevails Saturday Night As RHS Juniors Fete Seniors in Annual Banquet Elaborate Hawaiian decor. gaiHy and an abundance nl l *i* erf a ted an inland atmosphere for tht- an riual Ku«.k Hi*h Junior-Senior Banquet Saturday ni#hi Deta.l'*d decorations, including miniature palm trees at each place, './rnuiated a south «eas seltinü for the affair at which the Junior f'lass was Hr>'! to leniors, the high whool i «cully and other «ue«t*. The Hawaiian theme began at the door where lei were present ed to eafh incoming guest, Crepe streamers draped over a center wirf formed a canopy over the banquet table A mural, painted by Sarah Dickey furnished a Haw alian «cene behin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 7, 1959 1 Chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Hold Founders Day Banquet J'VJLLE—The Alpha-Rho Chap ?iano b>" Mrs; Ann Smith The ter and Xi Kappa Chapter of the Pr°8ram closed with the repeat Beta Sigma Phi Sorority cole inS«( lhp ««sing Kitual. brated their Founders Day Ban j The banquet room was bo; uu quet April 30, at 6:45 at the Liber- fu,ly decorated wtth many vari ty Hotel. Preceding the banquet, eties oí crePe flowers, cen- a formal ritual was held in the <erec* around the theme of the Seymour's apartment at which ^ Pole. Favors were May time the six pledges were initial-1 baskets filled with flowers cor- ed into the Chapter making them ^sP0 <l'nS «he table decora full-fled-, d members of the Ritual U°n- and ,iny umbrellas in a like of Jewels Chapter. These pledges shape «veiled the program. Each were Mesda.nes Glen Stevens. T. tabl® was "ankcd b\ matching P Simpson. Rav Wallace, Ann c;,ndIes' and the ^kers table Smith, and J. T Hunt Mrs. Mary *va* centered...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 7, 195 News Of Interest To WOMEN IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Miss Sue Bonks Honored At Tea Saturday By Mrs. Nina Sherman Drive Begun For Clothing By Association --K i £ nil Welfare it* fir i f lotto tht Miss Sof Banks, datu;b Mr. and Mrs. Felton Bank popular member of this graduating class at Rusk School, was honored at a rr f ¡Barro Street. and i Cues * were senior i;irls and th« rear's s lady teac hers of the faculty. They High ' Greeted by Mrs. James Pitts, tea Sat they do not %¡ Association fee I best time for th Person■ who i hav h to x this em tn have daughter of the host*** In the re urdsy afternoon. May 2nd by Mr. ¡ceivin- Iin'* *«™ th" honoree, her Nina Sherman at her home, 321 molhttr Mrs M" ' Cwildy. grand- — .daughter of the hostess. Mrs. El- joise McCarrolI and Mrs Allen Dot- son. two of the honorec's teach-! e clothes that store and the would be the i collect thern winter eld's ing they w¿'h to d' ;>ose of should call Mrs Seawillow Woodard at ¡ the ...

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

' AN OVAL-SHAPED SWIMMING pool was available to Starkty Motel guests starting Friday. The new pool was completed a few weeks ago. Shading the a ea around the pool are several varieties of native East Texas trees, including the oldest Magnolia tre« in Jacksonville. A complete assortment of pool ac- cessories are available, including towels. Lynn B. StJrkey, motel owner, states. LISTEN TO "KATIE-LOU" (all your neighbors dol) KTLU • 1580 — RUSK What... RUSK FOLKS Are Doing ... Mrs. Winnie Denton had as guests Wednesday her son and daughter-in-law Rev. and Mrs. R. Frank Denton and children, Lowell and Laura of St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Austin of Carthage, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindstrum and children Rodger and Karen of Luf- kin. GULFTANE LP-GAS PROPANE IN OUR LOCAL WATER HEATING CONTEST Just write down one number—Nothing to buy! An LP'Gas water heater will deliver much more hot water than an electric. How many gallons more in 30 days Art _ —Maf ¡8 the contest question. /$ rr J/ SEN...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE • MAY 7, 1959 A firm seedbed is essential to conserve moiature on fresh seeding or planting*. Clavi* Greenwood arid grandson watch homemade roller firming the soil be- hind Coastal Bermuda planting on his farm at Ix>ne Star. Posture Planting Leads Co. Soil District Farm Activity Pasture planting continue# as the major activity on the farmi of the Cherokee County Soil Con*er vation District landowners recent Jy planting Coastal Bermuda grass nclude C. L Newhurn, Jr Mrs IMtie Daniels, Jacksonville; Wey land Jenkins. Gallatin: C'lavis Greenwood, O (' Greenwood and A. .V Walley, New Summerfield; ChesJey Richards, Alloy; Clint Ses- sion* and J I Dean. Wells. V - J. Ballard and Mrs. I^ee Bates, Bar- sola. W G Dominy, Alto. Claud Wilkcnson, Troup, Stanley Greenwood, New Summerfield, and M L Smellcy Reese have re cently seeded some sandy fields to Weeping Love^ras? Smelley has also planted a 3 acre trial plot of Gardo Btuestem With the coming of W2rm weath er. gophers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

1Hound . . . Town 9í¿tí¡, HaundaAaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville *g«KÍM in Hm most complot* local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 1817 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT'S had a lot of VOLUME 11! nko comment* from you folks who rood the column . . . and this wook we hopo you'll toko timo to road with coro the editorial con- cerning schools on pago 2 section 1, written by our editor, Glenn Brown. Ifs sometimes difficult to: report the news in such a way that no one can call it "biased." We try to do that, but if we've erred, perhaps the referred to edi- torial will clear up some of the misunderstandings . . . MRS. W. H. BRUNT of Alto has our sincere congratulations! She was named "mother of the year" in a recent contest sponsored by Radio Station KTLU. As winner, she may spend one week of the Majestic Hotel ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment Fredric Glenn Named President Nurse Ass'n. Of Masque and Wig at LMC FOR SALE FOR SALE I km 12 loto. about 6 Mocks from Couruwose. 1 block off Palestine St. All BtÜltie* Will build ytm a borne on one of then 1 vtU furnish plan*. Hons and help you u fw.ance, Phone MU 3-2802. M. U Carlirle tfe-28 FOR SALE: Used «ievi«o« *¡U for ode. All «toes «no makes, at Rock Bottom pck** Guaranteed in food play in* order. Urdal Ra dio Company. Rusk, Ph. MU 3- 4646 Uc<t FOR SALE: 1W8 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till er; 825 truck Urea and stocker; cow it Chesley Richard*, Atoy. tfc41 TELEVISION, Good used 24" Admiral Console 875 00. K B. Mm- nesa TV A Appliance, Jacksonvil- le .J-tfc-28 PORTABLE PISH WASHER, Vcw WestinxhouM slightly dam- aged. Priced $128 00 — twelve months guarantee. K E Manes* rv A Appliance, Jacksonville. J-tfc-28 FOR SALE FOR SALE: gocé used ir «o vowing machines, from $9.83. Big traMu on now machines. Sowing machino ...

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

of My on, /ar iish |mic by line, the I the sit- to ling. Mrs. Hanna Leads Program, Circle Meeting Monday Nine member were present Monday afternoon, 3 o'clock, when the Cauthen Circle met at First Baptist Church. Mrs. Otto Guen- ther, chairman, presided. The program entitled "Witness ing for Christ," was under the' leadership of Mrs. W. H. Hanna. Participating in its presentation were Mesdames B. J. Sparkman, Otto Guenther, and Roy Ginn. Mrs. Beatrice Watson led the de- votional. All ladies of the church have a cordial welcome at these meetings each Monday afternoon at 3. Eighth Graders To Graduate At 8 PM, May 25th Some 50 eighth grade students will receive diplomas in Com- mencement Exercises Monday night. May 25th at 8 o'clock in the High School Auditorium. Prin- cipal J. M. Boone will make the presentations. Mrs. Webb Finley will play for the processional and student Pat Smith will give the invocation. The program includes a pageant, "Spirit of Citizenship," and will feature the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 14, 1W* Kiwanians Hear Musical Program Tuesday noon, the Rusk Kiwants Club met in regular newton at the Texas Cale with president Carl B Caw presiding. Following thí luncheon, pro gran: chairman Ralph Travis pre seated the day'* program. He in- troduced Terry V Johnson, Band Director at George W Bradford High School. He directed a musi- cal ensemble. composed of school students. in several number* The clnb will meet again next Tuesdtv noon. Visiting Kiwanuna Jacksonville Briefs Mr and Mr* P. <. Carrol, Jr. k son oí Dallas visited with his par- Music Ass'n. Plans Drive For Members McCiinfock, New Health Officer, Rotary Speaker em Vr thf M id Mrs ?her's ith Mr D C. Carroll weekend. B Parker Mr, on, nd of JACKSONVILLE— An intensive drive for member* to the Civic Music Association will be launched Monday ev a kickoff dinner in the Hotel at Jacksonville Work cm from all rarts of Cherokee Court Ru*k last week Stores To Remain Open on May 30 Announcing DRIVE-IN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

SPORTS By JIM CARROLL Hoped you missed us last week ... or should we say, hope you missed the absence of the column. Had a sudden and drawn-out tussell with a minor ill- ness, but we're back in shape to put up a good fight! So here. Elsewhere on the page there's a story concerning several Rusk amateur pugilists. The fellows are looking for a little experience and a few wins when they travel to Sulphur Springs Friday night for: teed a series of amateur leather-swinging. i,n(i We're gonig along to try to lend a little moral support from ringside . Rusk Little League Squads Ready To Go RUSK—Rusk Little League men- tors met with new player prospects for the 1938 summer season Tues- day afternoon at the Rusk Elemen- tary school. The coaches were confronted with the tedious decisions of select- ing replacements for last years' graduates from the group of lads who have not made the nine thru twelve year old circuit. Most managers reported they were more than pleased with their new squads, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

Piar; •'v THE CHEROKEEAN H 1 MAT 14. IW news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Shower Honors Methodist Society kA. „ . Installs Officers Miss Keasler Tuesday Morning Iwidr JACKSONVILLE— High and Junior High Bands To Present ^ mCbum * B*tta"sr' Annual Spring Concert in Rusk Thurs. Rusk Junior High and Senior High bands will present a dual con- cert program Thursday night. May The Woman' Society o I Chria- 14 The annua! concert will begin , , , , . ~... tjan Service oí First Methodist at 7.30 jn the High School auditor- er Saturday at 1 oetock in H.za- Ch<|rch mef Tuesday morning at jum BuSh aM 830 ,b* cb""h ,hV™U"' Drtw* Ctart will II J V'flJ.K Sarah Keasier elect of Jerry Barnett, was honor ed with a luncheon and linen show An arrangement of blue ¡rise* ing year perform in the Junior Band, while County Native Appointed Garden Club Zone Director What... Rusk Folks ... Are Doing Visiting with Mrs. Bill William- son, and her mother Mrs. Bill Odom, were Mrs. Odom's children, Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

Texas' 12,000 Nurses Honored During Week This is Texas Nurse Week. Nurs- ing has played a vital role in the ministry of the sick, and today there are 12,000 active registered nurses in Texas plus thousands more vocational and practical nur- ses. The force keeps growing. There are now about 2,155 student nur- ses in training in three dozen nur- sing schools scattered about the State. In all, there are 30,000 registered Hike, Cook-Out Enjoyed By Girl Scout Troop 100 Girl Scout Troop 100 met at the Courthouse Annex Hay 6th, 3:40 p.m. The girls drew for duty as- signments at the Cook-Out which followed at the American Legion Park. Scouts and their individual jobs were Kathy Gambrell and Joy B. Jones, clean-up; Dixie Guinn and Judy Magruder, cooks; Hazel Bailes and Billie Mae Durrett, co- hostesses; Loe ta Hassell and Lu Ellen Strande, fire builders; Nancy Guinn and Velma Nell Wilson, packers; and Patricia Moses and Billie Mae Durrett, wood gather- ers. The cooks prepared camp fire stew....

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

PAC* • THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 14. 1*59 Widen, Lengthen 175 Groups Urge BANQUET— (Continued from Page I Colts got the ball and tied the acore with a field goal only «even second before the game ended. He said that not one member of the team believed the game would be lott. Bridgers CJted Raymond Berry of Fan , Tex , as an example of a boy who believes in himself and prac- J VILLE—The possibility of wid- action and it will have to be ap-, tices proper preparation in all ening and lengthening U. S. 175 proved by the Bureau of Public things he undertakes from Dallas to Beaumont or 7f«w Roads. He suggested that interest When Berry graduated from Orleans was discussed in a Joint ed groups sign letters requesting high school, fu« could not get a meeting of highway groups from such a designation fie stated that scholarship from a major college, Jacksonville and Athens chambers be will present such letters to the so he attended a junior college for Texas Highway Commission two year* After that h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

low- /> 'T&* aion *• 7K'S3Zxi. iÁ mg& "?'\r !?•%? *r . :' 1 Swift's Premium Rib'Chuck ROAST so grand wth Green Beans Fres/i Ground HAMBURGER B Minute STEAKS B Brisket STEW MEAT B . . . the latest models in foods. Fine foods that are fun to fix and delicious to eat. . . the last word in mealtime pleasures. To bring you this tempting ar- ray, Piggly Wiggly has work- ed closely with many suppliers . . . each one presents the new- est of the new. In this volume of values Swift's brands are featured throughout. Come in; come see the new models that make such wonderful meals . . PIGGLY WIGGLY * Save As You Spend with S&H GREEN STAMPS GOLDEN BANTAM corn 6 25* YELLOW Squash 2 lbs. 25 c TEXAS PINK grapefruit 4.. 25* FRESH GREER ORNAS _ St DELICIOUS APPLES 19* NEW CROP RER POTATOES EXTRA FANCY POLAR KING ice cream HEINZ sweet pickles GLADIOLA cake mixes DIAMOND napkins AUSTEX chili Vl GAL. Largs 25-0*. Jar V.'V.'N'r.vV.VV'* ¡§§ii k WÍM §g§ ÉU-Vf-j-/:'? ¡W' Ü ■m 0?. BOXES 80 COU...

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

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 14, Iff* NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH The Cherokeean mPRESS" I ASSOCIATION 795i ESTA6L1SWRO JULY S, 1947 AS THE PIONEÉ* Entered ai second ciase mult*/ at the postofflee at Ruaa, Texas under Act of March 3, 1879 Voce 6RAÍN KA5 ABOUT )0,000 T/W66 TH6 MISERY CAPACrry OP AM iieCTftOHC COMPUTO* — g¿/¿ ¿A« machine, can operate o*cr *0,000 faster than >fOur Brain / E. H WHITEHEAD MR& E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager New Editor Any erroneous reflection upo!, the character. «landing, or repu- tation of asy person, firm, or corporation wmcb may appear <n the columna oí this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought *t s'trntion of the publisher — R SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Month* Out of County One Year Out oí County KATES $1.75 $3 00 $225 $4.0(1 €> Classifieds arxl Card •* Thank* charged for at the rata of 5« per word. " CHANGING SCHOOLS Aside from a person's church and hrmrt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY M. Its PAOE 6 By Vern Sanford Trotlining is an old-time way j of catching fish. And it's still ; one of the best, and most produc ' live means of taking fish. But trotlining now, as always, requires skill and patience. The fisherman can't expect to be sue- j cessful if he merely stretches a line in the water, then goes away and forgets about it for a long, long time. So let's explore some of the secrets about trotlining. A trotline is simply about a hundred feet of strong cord with drop hooks suspended at inter- vals of several feet. Usually, one end of the line is tied to a tree or a rock on the shore, and the | other to an anchor in the water Different conditions, however, of- ten dictate other ways of setting out the line. One way is to attach an end of the line to a dock piling, under water, then stretch the other end out to its extremity, using an an- chor at each end to keep the line taut and the nooks just above the bottom. With thia method, the line is kep...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

Joe B. Copelan Dry Goods — Rusk, Tex. Selling Out! Quitting Business AFTER 46 YEARS IN BUSINESS Lock, Stock, Barrell 28,000Retail Stock OF FAMOUS TOP BRAND Clothing—Shoes EDITORIAL AFTER *6 YEARS IN • Ut- INESS, THE TIME HAS COME TO CLOSE OUR DOORS FOR- EVER. THE TABLES, SHELVES —THE CEILING ARE LOADED WITH GOLDEN MERCHAN- DISE. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD TO THE BARE WALLS. PRICES MEAN NOTHING, MONET MEANS NOTHING. I WANT TO THANK EVERY- ONE WHO HAS PATRON- IZED US THROUGH THESE YEARS IN RUSK ANO OUR FRIENDS FROM OTHER SINCERELY, MRS. J. 8. COPELAND Mayfield, Tipton Are Named Summerfield Honor Students New Hope School Names Teachers NOW GOING ON! 8 a. m. to 7 p. EVERYTHING PRICED TO SELL FAST! It Will Pay You To Drive 50 Miles or More to Save! NOTIONS V2 Price! THREAD • PATTERNS # BUTTONS • ZIPPERS LACE • ELASTIC • RIBBONS # RICK-RACK BIAS TAPE # SEAM BINDING • SKIRT FACING # SNAPS # TRIMMING # ETC. NEW SUMMERFIELD — B rend a Sue Mayfield and Dewey Ros Tip- ton are honor students of th...

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