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

Buying tor Best Result Renting r£AD AND USi THE FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. I «ill furnish plans and specifica- tions and help you to finance. Pheae MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watchet Gifts -to 58% Of* Sh us Man y*u buy. Summers Jewelry I S. Main JKbwWftb ftfc-38 NICE 8 bedroeta home, «5 Mea- rse Street For (ale ar leu Call Herbert Colaaiaa, 91*7 Jwknon- vfflfe. J-tfe-82 ______ BULB PLANTflW TIMS Uasurpaasable DaffoEBs, Tobys, Narcissus, Hyaciath, Dutch Iris, Ranaaeeks, and Anemones. LAWBOWS FLOW* SHOP C alii Btat Jceksanvfila V.8. Hw 79 J insulated underwear. Men's work gloves and socks 2Sc up. Insulated boots $10.95 to $18.95. Combat boots $5.95. Hunting and wo«k boots $8.95 up {Big selection). Army shoes $4.95. Raincoats, rub- ber boots, overshoes and rainhats. 12 gauge shotgun shells $2.45. Rifle case $2.95. Military rifles, paint and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 NOVEMBER S. IM RuskMembers PlanToGo Society's Athens Meeting KXKS I FACTS FROM In & About Alto IY INEZ TURNER Bobby Wallace of AJto spent the Mr* Robbie Fowler of Elkhart week end with hi* parents. Mr returned home Monday after^an and Mr Floyd Wallace. Jr. of extended visit in the home of Mr* . Richland Spring j ** Turner While here *he riaited Mr and Mr*. Pete Jame, ,nd "*er 'riend* ,n H Mr and Mr*, floyd Iindaey «pent Í «""du.f commun, es. | Sunday in Pasadena They vi*ited Mr and Mr*. Milton Boggs and Mr«. Geo Robert Jame* who is a haby of Garland. Texas spent the patient in a Pasadena Ho*pital. week end with Mr Boggs' mother Mrs Monnie Boggs .—0 Week end guests visiting in The Joe Oru&etumer home were: Mr and Mr*. Robert Patterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Payton, Mr and Mr* Bud Plymate all of Houston. They were here to attend the funeral of Mr. Cruse- turner'* brother-in-law, Mr. Cordie f. King Mrs Bet tie Dixon visited her son, Morris Dixon a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

+ Weekly Football Scoreboard + El Paso Austin 46—EI Paso Bowie 18 Ysleta 28—El Paso Burges 16 Abilene 44—Odessa Permian 0 Midland 8—San Angelo 0 Odessa 34—Big Spring 0 Lubbock Monterrey 22—Borger 21 Amarillo Palo Duro 6—Pampa 0 Plainview 41—Lubbock 0 Arlington 19—Birdviile 8 Wichita Falls 27—Irving 0 Fort Worth Paschal 30—Fort Worth Poly 0 Dallas Jefferson 8—Dallas Wilson 0 Dallas Hillcrest 20—Dallas Samu- ell 20 (Tie) Dallas Adams 24—North Dallas 0 Dallas Highland Park 22—Sherman 0 Garland 14—Denton 0 Dallas Kimball 18—Denison 12 Lufkin 7—Texarkana 6 Longview 22—Marshall 7 Houston Lamar 14—Houston Sam Houston 9 Houston Bellaire 15—Houston San Jacinto 12 Port Arthur 21—Beaumont 0 Medina 32—Paint Rock 18 gaum MM| | YOU'VE HEARD i ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that ENDS OVEN CLEANING FOREVER NEW (959 , KELVIN AT OR wifh Throw Away Aluminum Over Linings BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. Ph. 3-4544 Rusk, Tnn Beaumont South Parte 18—Orange 6 Texas City 21—Galveston 0 Bay t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE é NOVEMBER S. 1*59 Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL October 30 Admitted: Selmer Ktrby, Kil Bore; Lincoln Jamen Hassell Jr, city; Mvk Alien. New Summer field, Don E. South, Troup. Thorn as H Abercrombie Arp, Mr Zenia Miller. Athens; Mr* Clar- ence Pierce. Big Sandy, Willis C. Hauk. Buüard: Gary Ray Riddle sperger. city; Mr*. Salhe Austin, Prarüuton, Leo Jaduon. Kilftore, Mr*. Clifford B. Goodipeed, ety, Connie Adkini, Lufkin; Mr* D. A. Bowen, city. Mr Mtttie Martin, Troup Di«mia*od Mrs Clara Key ¡-ong. IJullard; Mr*. L. W. Balaton A Baby, city; Leroy Patterson, Ball- ard; Frank A. Ode*, city; Mri Thouua i Ford A Baby, city; Kn Riley Maneta, Rank; George Mar vui Booth. city; Mr*. Dare Christie, j < ity: Mr*. Jame* C. Howell, Luf-' kin. Mack Johns, city; Hoary L. j ÍKrweU, Athens. Eauane V. Peace, Cantan; Mrs. Grady M. Underwood, Troup; Mrs Donald Base* a. Comp- j too. Cali/ ; Mr* Lloyd R Morrow, Flint October 31 Admitted Mrs J. D Carr, B«U ard; Loa Cal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

School News (Continued from P 9« 6, 2nd S c) MAYDELLE NEWS | Rusk Folks THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 5, 1959 PAGfl 7 SEE YOU IN THE FUNNY PAPERS Dagwood and Blondie — Norton and Ronnie Dement Rip Kirby—Jimmy Lanier Dick Tracey — Mark Seale Little Iodine—Lynda Matlock Nancy—Annie Hudson Donald Duck—Jerry Hassell Beetle Bailey—Larry Talley Snuffy Smith—Orville Johnson Buzz Sawyer—Stanley Draper Mandrake the Magician—Nathan Welch Flash Gordon—Wayne Spears Henry—Pat Smith Dennis the Menace—Larry Hib- bard The Jackson Twins—Laquita and Janita Bobbitt B. C. —Carl Van Orden Brer Rabbit—Jimmy Mayo Little Hugo—Joe Weaver Maggie and Jiggs — Judy and James Archie Peanuts—Johnny Williams and Jimmy Goff Scamp—Roger Williams Little Orphan Annie—Geraldine Roark Mary Worth—Sarah Dickey Mutt and Jeff—Kenneth Martin and Joe Earl Lanier Penny — Sally Summers Pogo—Billy Don Sartin Mickey Mouse—Jerry Mayes Lil Abner —Bill Smith and Car- olyn Harper Joe Palooka—Robert Stover 0 JOKES Larry Talley Mrs. Dotson: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAtf NOVEMBER i. 1W* Beta Sigma Phi Pledge Ritual, Banquet Held Monday Night I'VTT I r TK Pledge Ritual and chairman along with Mr Bill Banquet for the BeU Sigma Phi Jack Ta^^an, *" _ - Charles Dial, and Mia# Jean Ha- Soronty u held Monday evening ^ rommitlM at 7 pm in the Liberty Hotel rharce 0f the program by the The Pledge Ritual was given to pieria Fifty^even were present. thirteen Beta Sigma Phi sorority o pledge in the Seymore apartment q j, j . . preceding the annual pledge ban DrOVeS /Vieei quet lor both tbe Alpha Rho and Mnrnn/4ftr Upe XJ Kappa chapter of the sorority iSaCOguOCneS Mr L. B Harvey conducted the f"hu TSdOY ritual assisted by other members ' cA the sorority Pledges were I>or J'VILLE-The Jacksonville Jun- othy Dotaon, Emily Peacock, Eliza ,or n,eh Brave take on the N'a beth Lowery, Rheba Cain, Evelyn eogdoches Junior High team at the Campbell. Shirley Swinney, Jean Tomato Bowl Thursday night. Reece. Barbara Prickett. Betty Wil The eighth grade ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

turn leas- le a Del Monte Round-up Greatest Fall Sale North of the Border AT YOUR PIGGLY WIGGLY STORE RUSK In Heavy Syrup Halves or Slices 303 Cans FRUIT COCKTAIL Golden Cream Style Garden Fresh Produce NEW CROP ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES BANANAS wi-,b 2 i 25* TEXAS ORANGES TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT Ne. 1 RED POTATOES 5 Pound Bag 29^ 5 Pound Bag 29^ 10 Arrived Gallons pg*" PEAS PUMPKINS CATSUP TOMATO JUICE PINEAPPLE JUICE gy SPINACH N?. 303 Cans No. 303 Cant 14 Oz. Bottles No. 300 Cans No. 211 Cans No. 303 Cans $1.00 59* 59* St.00 $1.00 $1.00 FROSTY ACRES ORANGE JUICE 5 $1,00 MINUTE MAID PINK LEMONADE 7 $1.00 WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 5 $1.00 MINUTE MAID Pineapple Juice 5 6 Oz. Cans $100 GLADIOLA FROZEN ROLLS 4 «.- o, $1.00 FROSTY ACRES Strawberries 4 10 Oz. Pkgs. $1.00 MORTON'S FRUIT PIES 4 $1 00 DRUG SPECIALS 12 Regular 35* Pint 150 490 KOTEX ALCOHOL EPSON SALT 5 — IRONING BOARD COVER 990 BRACH'S ORANGE SLICES 2 2 Pounds KLYNOS TOOTH PASTE JERIS HAIR OIL 490 Giant Tubes 690 Regular $1.06—New 690 Guaran...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN^ State Capital Newt I Give You Teui tST A*i..SHÍO JUL V S. 1§47 AS TM« at the Tom Merit or Blanket Raises Reading OI For Teachers Is Debated Verse Said í Declining * LETTERS To The Editor * Act at a ím K. a WMllUJIIAD MRS. a a WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor Office and News Edite* SUBSCRIPTION IATII Year la County Oat oi County Oat af Cooaif ai $1.73 13 i S2JB HM «w « Mm rala a# Se Cherokeean Editorials Cuba Again It vu Home sixty y ear* ago that Americana got worked op about Cuba. That time it was alleged Spanish atrocities perpe- trated against the subject Cubans. Together with a c a m- paign of jingoism, the situ- ation In our neighboring island led to the lop-sided Spanish - American war. Now it is a native Cuban which is infuriating the people of the Colossus to the North with his cam- paign of hate. It's not a case for light dismissal, but it's no cause for a return of that milit- ant spirit. The tottering Castro regime is not or can never be threat to our secu- ri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS in Rural Ed Havard Bertice Watson, Texas Forest Service, Will Collins, Soil Con- servation Service, and Ed Havard, Agent in Rural Development, visit- ed the Southern Forest Experiment Station Field Day held near Na- cogdoches last week. The program consisted of informal discussions on many phases of forestry and visits to demonstration plots pro- vided ta test certain practices deal- ing with East Texas Forestry Pro- blems. One phase of experimental work of great interest was the studies made of site preparation treatment designed to reduce weed competi- tion and obtain better seedling sur- vival. Also, experimental plots test W. E. Bailey INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service FIRE/ CASUALTY AND AUTO INSURANCE BONDS SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO. POLICY FOR YOUR CHIU 209 E. Larissa St. TELEPHONE 9331 the value of seedling improvement and selection, methods of direct seeding, insect and pest control, proper pruning, and farm forest management in general. Those...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

School Menus J*VILLE SCHOOL LUNCHES Monday, Nmmbtr 2: Lima Bean A Pork Casserole Battered Carrots Cabbage Slaw Crispy Cornbread A Butter Mixed Fruit Jeilo Milk Tuesday, November 3: Baked Meat I.oaf with Tom to Scuce Mashed Potatoes Seasoned Mhced Greens Peach Upside Down Cake Sliced Bread Milk Wednesday, Ni «nb«f 4; Oven Baked Pork Patties Spanish Rice Buttered Green Bean* Cherry Cobbler Hot Rolls A Butter Milk Thursday, November S: Turkey A Dressing Cranberry Sauce Buttered English Peas Mashed Potatoes ice Cream & Peanut Cookies Sliced Bread Vfiik Friday, November 4: t r ■ <1 ht -h Stick* with Catsup Scalloped Com All Raw Vegetable Salad with French Dressing Hot Apple Sauce Hot Biscuits A Butter Milk 0 School lunch menus planned for next week at the Rusk Schools by Mrs. Vivian Heald, supervisor, are Monday—Tamale pie, field peas, buttered cabbage, carrot sticks, corn muffins, date drop cookies, and milk. Tuesday—Pork sausage with brown gravy, creamed potatoes, | cabbage alaw...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

ALTO vs. Groveton At Groveton Friday Night IN CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK rHIRD PRIZE ENTER our big football contest today; you may win one of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY . . no obligation! Match your guess- es with the experts . . . just mark your choice for the winners, NOT THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES <500 00 $CA00 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. ►nfesf . . . |mployees of this newspaper ilies. (fay every week; prize money on picking the most win- | be the winner. Do not guess Itly prizes. [you must correctly guess the lend Rusk games by quarter*, guess the correct final score is Friday at 4 pjn. Winners Enter es often as you deposited at Hie collection POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION [try Blank Tyler Lee Gaston Groveton...

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

THE PA6C * CHEROKEEAN MOVKMMR S, ÍW EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Editor-us-Ciueí Donna Ium< AasisUnt Editor Donna Bothwell Butaai Muufer Allen Ray Circulation Manager Larry Talley Gwen Goff Sparta vahi* William Toab Feature Editors . Richard Tackett. Martha Coker. Wanda Weet brook, Fay Birkelbach Mr*. Lewia MoCarroll Editorial r Wanda Warrant Who will see to it that the Today the young people of Am- United States stays on top? It is! erica have a (treat responsibility. up ,0 u] yQU ,nd me w<! not only for the present, but for ..... . . . I run wuj v • not remain idle, but work toward the years to follow That re*pon nihility stretches over many fields. our *oaI ° k«P our country th*| but the field on which we should most powerful while we bask in now focus our attention is that of ** /reedom for which our fore- greater and more complete educa fathprs died tion ! * Sports HOMOK ROLL FltfSHMIM: Birkelbach, Ronny 28 Goff. Marcy 28 Nicholaon, Jania 28 Banks, Diann 27 Miller. Susan 27 ...

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

An- lure. 11944 pr tents Isket- |good 1) Cattlemen Tell Successful, Profitable, Pasture Methods Or. P. A. Young Mr. Grady Dupree and bis neigh- bor, Mr. Stovall, told members of the Cherokee Agricultural Work ers Club bow to raise good crops of grass with legumes for cattle. They tried many methods and told us about the methods that are suc- cessful for them. Coastal Bermuda is better than the common Ber- muda grass. Reseeding crimson clover is the best legume to raise with the grass. Hairy vetch and oats are often valuable additions to the pasture. The seeds are plant ed in the grass pastures with special machine that parts the grass, cuts a furrow about 6 in. deep in the soil and plants the seeds with commercial fertilizer at the right depth for seeds. Loosen- ing the soil in the furrows helps the soil to hold more rain water. The seedlings get s good start in the loose soil that is prepared for them by the machine. The fur- rows are 10 ia. apart to provide a good stand without te...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Coofci F brtt — PI*e *o 8J17 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY m twlwi — Www 8104 BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliments 120* W. UrbM — PHo** 416 H and J BODY SHOP AH Woch ftwuiHiil lOlft W. Mota — 5-0224 EARL M. GAY (Dlotrttuter) of OuM Oil FrWudi — Phono 8424 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete PtlttfiM Hwy. — M om 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF 0. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Oooro Deolor — Phono 1051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hoffmon Stl*t — Sorvlc# All Wik i 314 E. Rusk — Phono 24W41 COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life I* A Happy Life ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY GIBBS ELECTRIC CO. ¿1 The Church -Is God's appointed ««racy in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of Hit demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding ¡a the love of God, no government or society or way of...

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

'Hound . . . Town tyfiiA ítoundaíaut RUSK'S EAGLES will play H *ir final flam* «f Dm raflular taasan against J aspar Friday night hora. According ta tha "axparts", it will ba tha final «ama af tha yaar for Coacti Pata Grimas' FaaHtarad Flock, tea . . . ROUNDABOUT BELIEVES Hi* Birds can win this flama, and wind- up in a tin far tha championship, in tha event Rusk daas baat J aspar, and San Auflwstina takes Crockatt, Rusk will raprasant tha district in tha stat* championship playoffs ... If Cr*ck*tt baats San Awflws tina, and Rusk whips Jasper, than it's a thraa way tla, and a flip af a coin will dscida wha raprasants tha District. WIN. LOOSE, OR DRAW, tha Eaflias ara aurs, and wa'ra proud of 'am . . . FOOTBALL IS KING at A * thos* days . . . Champianship "fov- •t" is hiflh. Coach Tarry Tad Maara's 'Jackats wind-up tho sea- son Friday niflht with tha District Champion to bo decided in tha Alto-Madisonville seme. NEED A BOX at tha post office? Installation was camplatad an 50 new boxes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

PACK a THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 12. ItS* ESTAftl.SHFO iutr i, IM7 A$ THE PlOMtt* Entered M Mcoad utu malíes at the postaííice at ftuas. Tex* rader An of Mtrtk 3 IÍ5I E. a WHITEHEAD MRS £. H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Busme* Manager News Editor Any erroacou reíWtjo upot the character. standing, or repu- tation of any person. firm. ar corporation wmch may appear • ti columns oí this eewspaper will br gladly corrected upon being brougnt ♦n th# «ttentioe oí the publisher SUBSCRIPTION BATES Six Months in County One Year in County Six Monüu Oat oí County One Year Out of County .... Classified* and Cards of Thanks chared lor at the rete o# Jí $1.75 $3 00 $2.25 $4.00 word. Cherokeean Editorials Farm Census -Ffcrrn C-ijeU-i farm* by now are probably In the hands of census candidates. Their ans- wer* should be interesting, if d SiMinchantir.tr. Trey .nhoulrl document for us another decade of swift transition. They should tx: an- other tip giving ua an idea of where i...

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

Employment or Best Result reao and use the FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lota, about 8 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on oae of them. I «ill furnish plans and specifica- tions and help you to finance. MTU 3 2802. M. L. Carlisle. tfc-26 SALE Diamond* Watches Gifts *1% to 50% Oft Sn us Mm you buy. Summers Jewelry > S. Main Jaeksonvilta j-tfc-28 U.S. Hwy. 79 J-4TC-® FOE SALE: Good used sheet iron, 2x4s, 2xSs and 2x8s from dismant- led building. Phone 8820 or Jacksonville. BRICK HOMBS FOR SALE: New brick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dininc room, kitchen, Mviag room. Modern and appealing thr- oughout. Seo Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthea, Rusk. tfo-32 NICE 3 bedroom hone, 815 Mon- roe Street. For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jadtsoo- vffle. J-tfe-32 FOR SALE BULB FLAMTfNe TtME Unsurpassable BaÉfbül , Tulipa, Narcissus, Hyacinth, Dutch Iris, Ranuaoules, and Aneaos . LAWSON'S FLOWER SHOP 6 mi. Bast Jacksonville FOR SALE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

Mrs. Miller Honored At Tea Shower Mr*. Kent Miliar, the former Sue •ompteaeated with a Saturday evening (rom 7 to 9 o'clock in Fellowship Hall of Pint Methodist Church In the receiving Une were Mr Clinton Lloyd, the honoree. her mother. Mr* Vertie Mae Banka. Mrs R. R Banks, frandmother of the honoree. and Mr . Car! Wip panecht, grandmother of the groom Mr* W H. Graham registered the cuesta. The refreshment Uhle was cover ed with a white cut work, imported íinen cloth, and was centered with a gorgeous arrangement of pink mums, white chrysanthemums, hlies of the raiiey and greenery. Miss Susan Miller, Miss Diann Banks, and Mrs Jerry P Alexand Tues. Bridge r i J Club Meets Saturday Aj. Ho„ Home Kinsel-Birkelbach Vows To Be Exchanged Jan. 22 er nerved the pink and white cake squares, mints and nuts Mrs I^wis Banks presided at the silver ser rice. Other beautiful arrangementa of fall flowers were placed at vantage points Approximately 80 called during the appointed hours Lovely gifts of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

Mrs. White Hostess To Meet Mori. Mrs. Rose White was hostess to a regular meeting of the Bethany Sunday School Class of First Bap- tist Church Monday evening, at her lovely new home on the Sum- merfield Highway. Mrs. Ella Day, president, was in charge of the meeting. Class year- books were completed Gifts for Mrs. White's "house- warming" were brought by mem- bers, and the group enjoyed a tour of the new home. Several interesting games were played prior to serving refresh- ments. Ambrosia, tea cookies, coffee and cocoa were served to Mrs. Ed- gar Banks, teacher, and Mesdames Day, Evelyn Lovelady, Eva Lee Sarta in, Elva Cook, Virginia Par- sons, Hazel Spears, Bobby Jane Penn and Mary McVicker. Mrs. Penn presented the de- votional. 0 Forest News A. L. Odom Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson and children of Waco spent the week- end with his aunt Mrs. Reba Gas- ton and grandfather Wiley Hester. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Billie Russell and children of Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Miller, D. Di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 13. 5Mf Recognition Award Dinner Planned At 1st Methodist Teachers of the Fir*t Methodist Church of Rusk, will be honored at a dmner meeting Wednesday November 18th in Fellowship Hall of the church at 7:00 pm The Hon Galloway Calhoun of Tyler will be the Rucst speaker The speaker, a teacbcr of the Men's Bible Class at Marvin Metha diet Church in Tyler tor over 20 years. Past imperial Potentate of the Shrine of North America, and President and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Shriner 's Hospital far crippled children in North America, is a widely known church and civic leader, and is much sought after as an after-din- ner speaker The Rev El wood Birkelbach, Pastor of the First Methodist Church, stated, "W« are very for- túnate to secure the Hon. Galloway ' Calhoun as a speaker honoring the teachers of our church for he has been a teacher in the Marvin Methodist Church for over 20 years and has had a long and distinguish- ed career as a church an...

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