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

FOLKS ft FACTS FROM pe re |th a Ml d ell t>r. on In & About Alto Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGauzhey and sons Danny and Kenneth of Nacogdoches spent the week end with their parents and grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGauz- hey and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moses. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dover and Rhonda of Lufkin spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Dover. Mrs. Gertie Kerens and Mrs. iiawes of Jacksonville spent Sun-, day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mounce and Mrs. Lola Mc- Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knight visit-; ed Sunday in Lufkin with Mrs.j Knight's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carswell. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Langston had as their guests over the week-; end Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Welch of Shreveport, La. Mrs. Langston and ' Mrs. Welch were Lufkin visitors Saturday afternoon. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Williams and Pat and Kathy of Vann joined them at the Langston home for the day. Mrs. Ager Turner and Mrs. Jake Hamilton visited Mrs. Mary Alice King, who is confined in the...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

PA«I • THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER «1 1W Court Grants Injunction Against Phono a _ i- - - - - • - — Punting as! Passing An adversa District r< 'Jruínance 1 The Jacksonville lr* their fourth **" posted. <*■ . - iH tí the season Fri- ftight in their game against Tylet Lee. This gives then the bAt season's record of any Indian team for several years. Having, won one £Ame in 20. i r^buildioc . r«Ln, «mí "-r. ÍÜJ^S't'l'h * to '"rUd -M « «• — tould «.r * « « «... tt. —on During ,M: W ««to . be taken before Sept 30 city and the f tapany He urged new coaching staff they won 3.! Th* 'observations" «aid t h «■ th#t thp ,w0 parUr* mMt *V,'" lost 6 and tied 1. This year tinder, court was called upon to decide if dat* *nd e"?TICoach She,i,*ld th« *«■ ha* won from Jacksonville City officials by Wednesday in the city"* rate con- troversy with General Telephone Company of the Southwest The issue is to be taken up by the council at a meeting at 3 Fri- day afternoon. District Judge James H Moore fi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

lat ir. nth Ir- * STATE CAPITAL NEWS * By Vmd Sanford Texas Pross Association AUSTIN—Typical of the tangle SLLSi THE GIANT TORTOISE often livat mora H on 190 yaors. Many Gola- pota* turria walgh 1,000 pounds and soma ara baliavad to hova livad os long os 400 yaors, which is si* limas lha normo) human life We keep in step with the march of medical progress CHAPMAN PHARMACY Ph. MU 3-4122 ¡of interests and viewpoints that ; confront Texans when they set oat to "solve the water problem" is I the current hassle over Trinity Ri- í ver water. Trinity development poses spe- cial problems. This second largest river in Texas (in volume of water) has a 455-mile channel that mean- ders through or near three major population centers — Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston. All are direct- ly concerned, not to mention the smaller cities along the way. In the current hearing before the State Board of Water Engine- ers, Houston and the Trinity River Authority jointly seek permits to build two dams, both n...

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

/ / \ piggly wiggly .. . Piggly Wiggly is tossing a big FRIDAY the 13th SALE . . . just to Prove that every day is a lucky day, shopping-wise, when you do your shopping at Piggly Wiggly. Top values in finest foods in all de- partments . . . savings that'll make it poss'ble to stock up for weeks on your favorite brands. Don't have the bad luck to miss Piggly Wiggly's Friday the 13th Sale! Garden Fresh Produce FRESH GREEN RUTABAGAS IMPERIAL CANE SUGAR BAYER ASPIRIN Bottlo Of SO 39' Bottle Of 24 25 BONDWARE PAPER PLATES 10 Count 13* NONE SUCH MINCE NEAT 9 Ox. 29* NONE SUCH MINCE NEAT 2 Ox. 63* MARSHMALLOW CREME 2« HIPP0LITE OFF Pt. 25* LUCKY STRIKE GRATED TUNA Rag. Can 25* MRS. TUCKER'S 15c OFF SHORTENING 3 Lb. 73* ZEE TIS ZEE TOWELS 4 ¿9* 2 Rolls 41*| ZEE NAPKINS #0 Count 14* LA CHOY SOY SAUCE 3 Ox. 13* ONIONS CORN YAMS U. S. No. 1 RED POTATOES No. 1 YSLLOW—Lb. GOL DIN BANTAM—Ear U. S. No. 1—Lb. 5* 5* 5* 5* 10 $ Guaranteed Top Quality Meats KOPN KIST SLICED BACON DECKER'S PURE PORK SA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Editor-in Chief Donna Isaacs! Assistant Editor Donna Bothwell Business Manager Allen Ray Circulation Manager Larry Talley Gwen Goff Sports Editor William Tosh Feature Editors Richard Tackett, Martha Coker, Wanda Westbrook, Fay Birkelbach Sponsor Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Editorial By Donna Bothwell Spirit is the thinking, motivat- ing, feeling part of a body. It is a supernatural being which should inhabit the halls of old Rusk High. The spirit of a school is the en- thusiastic loyalty of its students. This loyalty must be the pervading principle of a student body if those students have a desire to have a treasure chest of golden memory gems from their high school days. The haunt of Rusk's school spirit seems shaded. It seems as if some well-meaning sorceress needs to fashion a voodoo doll in the like- ness of each Eagle fan. She then should enter into the dark damp cave where her boiling pot is con- cealed. There she should dump in- to that big, black pot all t...

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

Fast Growing Pine Is Good Investment Dr. P. A. VpwI We karp alrrady sawed down and up most of the pine tree be- queathed to us by oar ancestors on the land It is not quite too Ute to plant more pine tree* for us and our descendants. Pirte* ifrow intoj pulp wood and lumber very rapidly ¡ here Newly set pine trees crow into thinning trees for pulp wood in 13 to 15 years and into saw logs in 29 years for the first cutting ] Six years ago, I saw a picture of a I young pine tree a little taller than- a boy standing beside it. Now !he{ boy probably is about 6 ft tallj and the pine tree is about 25 ft tall Neat month promises to be a fine time for setting pine tre*-s ex tensiveiy in Cherokee County We have thousands of aerea of hilly up-land that is not producing any marketable crop Sech land should be planted in pine trees to protect the land and raise marketable tim- ber Luckily, we have fine mois- ture in the sail and a larga supply of pine trees for sale at the Texas Forest Kursery n*a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

Madisonville At Alto Friday Night IN CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK l-HIRD PRIZE ENTER our bis 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 lOO Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Footbtll Games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football games. mtest . . . of this newspaper Mm. •very week; prhte money picking the «Met win- I be the winner. Do net gum kty prizes. I you must correctly fuew the mes by «marten, errect final score b Friday at 4 pjn. Winner* roolc. Enter ac often as yew deposited at the collection POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S OROCIRY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION ... And Friendly Sportsminded Alto Merchants BOYD'S PHARMACY IN ALTO PRESCRIPTIONS SCHOOL SU...

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

COMPLIMENTS Of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Piiirti — Wwn 1317 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Ph«M WW BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliment 1206 W. Larissa — Phono 4148 Hand J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 10)'z N. M in — Phono 2-0226 EARL M. GAY (Distributor) ►f OwU O'l Product* — Phono 8624 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. — Phono 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF O. L HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Oooro Doelor — Phono 1051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hoffman Solo* — Sorvleo All Makes 314 E. Rusk — Phono 2-4261 COMPLIMENTS OP BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life I* A Happy Life COMPLIMENTS OF GRAY ELECTRIC CO. A Friendly Piece To Trade JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Suintt and Horn* Loam RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phono 9116 WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refripereted and Othor Trucking Noodt 130 W. Larissa — Phono *305 Grogard-Spraggins...

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

SCHOOL NEWS (Continued From P«f* Three) blem so long—Tve learned to live with it. But it's still a problem. You see, my girl friend is pretty, popular, and decidedly very intelli- gent. While 1 am ugly, unpopular, ungadly dumb! She, my girl, wants to get married and, well—the truth is that 1 can't afford her—after all—I'm barely a Sophomore. How could I support an eighteen year old wife? You see, I've got a long way to go in high school—if I ever make it. • Twenty-five year old Soph." Dear "Twenty-five" Keep digging, boy! With your attitude you're bound to graduate in the next ten or twelve years. About the dame, ditch her!!! She's too stupid to realize the truth! Aunt Myrtle Dear Aunt Myrtle, I'm a very disheartened mother. I'm so terribly hurt because I've just found out the t r u t h! My daughter smokes a pipe! And un- doubtedly, she's got the habit! What to do? What to do? "Distressed Maw" Dear "Maw" I suggest you offer her a cigar tomorrow. Dear Aunt Myrtle, Do you want to buy ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 November 1959

THE CHEROKF.FAN PAGE I HOVfMBSR 12. 1*5 Schoolboy Football Scores i give you . . . TEXAS Harbngen 36—Mc Allen 18 Port Neches 41—Orange 0 Nederland 64—Silsbee 6 New Waverly 64—Sabine Pa*s 36 San Augustine 33—Center 6 Gaston 20—Rusk 0 Beaumont South Park 20 Beau moni 7 WaUer 42-Torabji! 18 KmgsviJle 36—Beeville 6 Bren him 21—Aldine 12 Hampshire 63—Saratoga 18 Garwood 60—Sheridan 0 Jasper 21—Crockett 0 Bryan 10—Austin MeCallum 13 Houston Milby 7—Houston Austin 6 fctta Ningleiary CHIROPRACTOR Offtee East ->i Agricultor An «j Row. I loia 50-—Loreiedy 14 Caldwell 34 -Round Rck 12 Palacio* 40-Needville 16 Cleveland 22 Woodnlle 14 Crosby 41 King 7 Dickinson 16 -Channelview 15 Columbus 50 -Smithville 19 Grand Prairie 26-Birdville 15 Bon ham 34—Richardson 6 Gr'xrsbeck 6- Bremond 0 Dallas Jesuit 46—Fort Worth Imanen 0 Te-rell 13 Rylie 0 Farmersville 30—Honey Grove 0 Fort Worth Carter Riverside 20— Paschal 0 Wichita Falls 20 Arlington 6 Stamford 33—Hamlin 0 Morehouse 8—Knoxville 0 Masonic Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

:e ■a I . Microfilm Service k W* F O Box 8063 Town cM'ítíí fliaimda&aut COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatkerlng facilities of Bosk and Jacksonville agencie* In the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean iQCperCoPy TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18Á7 I V* n Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area VOLUME 112 CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES are being talked a great deal these days ... Chamber Committee __ v Chairman Paul Copeland is work- «55# I CftM ing hard on the annual Christmas — Parade scheduled for 4 p.m. Dec- ember 5th . . . NOVEMBER RUSK, TEXAS MERRILL FRAZiER, head of the E-Z TV Cable Company, has moved to Rusk . .. Merrill says that he is going to set-up his famous Nativity Scene. Thousands of folks in Cher- okee County enioyed this scene 0n a Spring day in 1920, 14-year- last Christmas in Jacksonville . . . old Frank Schmidt waved goodbye ! to his family in Yugoslavia. Among REGRET TO HEAR that Doy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

PAGE S THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER STATE 1 . 1W 9 Capital News Sherman Oughtn't To Have Said That (STAILiSHFO iULT $. I«47 AS THE PIOWlE> 'y SOCOOd tlill BUtttl at tbc poftstticc at Hun, Tcui Bsdcr Act of March J. 187E By Vfrt Scnford of iU current problems. Tim Pp*m Auwittlwi one it to find a way, other than A USTIN—Sometimes the law en providing expensive mental hos- forcement officer has the feeling pital facilities, to care for some of being alone. 2,700 patients whose only ailment This statement was made by Abi at present is old age Two plana lene Police Chief Warren Dodson are being considered. One is state at the Texas Law Enforcement assistance toward the coat of car- Foundations banquet in Austin. It Ing for the oldsters in private nurs- pinpoints one of the reasons for ing homes. Other is providing for — „ ___ TLiJF*s existence—to effect a bet- state nursing homes. Any erroneous reflection up^*. - c ** • ' ^ ter partnership between the pub- (Jnder law, the state is not re- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 19. 1*99 mm 3 Buying Selling Renting Services • .Employment FOK sale FOR SALE: I have 12 lote, about 6 Mocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St All utilities. Will build you a home on one of tfrera. I will furnish plans and specifies- tioas and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watcher Gifts 7fl% to 50% Oft Sm us btfera you buy. Summers Jewelry I S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 home in city limits, conveniently located. Call Mrs. Vernon Ross, MU 3-2277 or MU 3-4243. tic-11 FOR SALE: 12 used lavatories. Complete, except trap. $7.50 each. MU 3-4600 C. L. Manning. tfc-9 NICE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon roe Street. For sale or looae Call Herbert Coleman, §137 Jackson- ville. J-tfc-32 BRICK HOMES FOR SALK: New briek homes in Crestvtew addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living roam. Modem and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Haseell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfe-32 i GOOD HOUSE FOR S A L E, on double lot. close to Rode...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

i . w ¡ Wool-Cashmere TOPPER COATS Smooth Texture, Beautifully Lined. lOO i TREASURE CHEST SPECIAL *10 mi I Our Gift is a beautiful Saimonite Train Case. Retail value of $14.95. Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller - i!i II*' itl' NAME ADDRESS CITY 18 FREE GIFTS EACH WEEK New Prizes each Week. Just fill-in and clip the coupons on these pages. Leave them at the store giving the prizes! New Prizes-New Coupons each Week. YOU DO NOT HAVE PRESENT TO HI NO PURCHASE REOI I WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WEEK I H : I ■ H fl Knox Ray Mon' Waar Is Headquarters for Hunters Irish Setter Hunting Boots, Duck's Back Hunting Pants and Coats. Insulated Underwear and socks. U. S. Rub- ber Flyweight Hip Boots All Popular Priced Our Gift will be a beautiful Billfold Fill In And Deposit At Knox Ray Mm'i W#ar CITY WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF HOME FURNISHINGS Furniture makes an ideal Christmas Gift Our Gift is a $5.95 Table Lamp TOYLAND IS NOW OPEN AT WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE We ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

IOT HAVE TO BE £NT TO NIK MASE REQUIRED Coupons in today paper must be deposited be- fore 4:00 P.M. Saturday when drawing will be held. Enter each week you may win several prizes. 18 FREE GIFTS EACH WEEK DRESSES Regular $10.98 Special $ 8.98 Regular $12.98 Special $ 9.98 Regular $14.98 Special $10.98 Our stock is complete for any Christmas Gift Items you may choose. Our Gift is Ladies Hose-Any Size Fill In And Deposit At The Smart Shop "Ladies Exclusive Shop" Rusk, Texas NAME ADDRESS CITY EEK AT ALL OF THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES TEXACO FIRE TRUCKS The Ideal Christmas Gift for the youngster ON SALE AT OUR COST Our gift will be a Texaco Fire Truck Fill In And Deposit At J. C. Williams Texaco Station Free, 6 extra serving pieces when you buy a 52-piece service for 8. Lovely Commun- ity Silverplate, packed in a beautiful tar- nish resistant chest. This is a $117.25 val- ue for only $89.75. Lay away for Christmas Now WATCHES-WATCHES-WATCHES Any price range you want, from $9.95 up. Lev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

New Modern BorberShopIn J'ville Jacksonville Hospitals HUVr SUPER-MODERN BARBER SHOP OPENED IN JACKSONV1LLM—-The Grand Opening of Tennarj' ¡íarber Shop wu kiM Tueeday. Willie Moore former owner of ftM Palace Hi * is the wuufir a ad Yyren Tannery former owner ef kb<- irtwn Berber sbep is Hi ewaar ef kba new S ebair nhop ftui The «i * ike «14 WMi- ara Ualaa affiM ail tha building baa bin eamplataiy raesadalad. Tha walla ara flaiabed ia blaada walnat plyi aard a«4 Iba Saaaa ara cararad with biaak aad «bita aark taae viayl ula All e< Iba aaw ft*, turas weladlac kha btaittfal itraaaliaW "FraMiat aha ira are ftaisOod ia Mack ••W The ahaf is a%ai ad with the meat rnadsni barba eqaipmeat and all a/ the «a4ara *aaitart la at liMas Other barbera «vaAable ta Mtfa rao in the asw ah op ta additiaa ta Mr Moors and Mr Tea a erf will be Paul Welch, Nathan lloara, Ciar ente I-aajhlm Deway ^eeaiaai and Jaha Duaa Hoth The aid falaee Rartiar bhap and Tha Crows Barber Shop are rlesed *n<i "impo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

John Rogers Longtime Trustee Dies Fri. ALTO—Death ended a long and colorful career as a schoolman for John Rogers of Alto, for the past 25 years a member of the County School Board. Mr. Rogers died in a Luflcin hospital last Friday night about 10 days after he was stricken with a heart attack. The 81-year-old Mr. Rogers be- gan his long career as a pioneer East Texas school teacher. He came to Texas 73 years ago from Mann County, Georgia. He attend- ed the East Texas Institute at Rusk before he began teaching in Cher- okee County. Funeral services were held Sat- urday, Nov. 14, at the Mt. Zion church near Alto. The Rev. Wayne Jones, pastor of the First Metho- dist Church of West Columbia, of- ficated. Services were under the direction of the O. T. Allen and Son Funeral Home. Mr. Rogers was a member of the Terrell Lodge No. 83 of Alto. Ma- sonic rites were held at graveside. Survivors include his wife, a son, J. C. Rogers of West Columbia; a daughter, Mrs. N. A. Ward of Hous- ton; tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

P A6C • THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 1*. iw WHAT .... I Rusk Folks . . . . AtE DOING Mr and Mrs Jim Bob Griffin returned Sunday afternoon from Austin where they assisted in a revival at the North West Baptist Church last week Mr and Mr Ixjui* Walker and children of Arlington viaited Mrs T H. Sinjfletary Sunday and hia mother Mrs. Ollie Walker who had spent last week visiting with Mrs Singletary and Mrs Fred Fulton at Dialville; she accompanied them home. Mrs Jimmir1 f*ryor is in Andcr sons ClinJc at Houston receiving medical treatments; last report she is improving satisfactory. Mr*, Kva Henley of Palestine visited Mrs T If. Singletary last Ed Havard Speaks To Kiwanians Forms Go In Mail Nov. 18 23. Census questionnaires will be mailed out from every post office on Nov. 18, Mrs. Gladys A. Law- son. Cherokee County Crewleader, said. Every fanner and stockman is requested to review his year's farm The information to be assembled operations and complete the que*- will be the basis of periodi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

5 Ep | 'ffiá M I | ft Him ■ W) ifglg WiSftly ¿ikHo/f# & FREE 50 S&H GREEN STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE WITH THIS COUPON ONLY é*é / ¿/¿^CUSTOMERS it keeps! « Guaranteed Top Quality Meats NEUHOFF TENNESSEE FARM SAUSAGE 2 - 99 NEUHOFF PREFERRED SLICED BACON ¡ NEUHOFF ALL-MEAT BOLOGNA SMOKED PICNIC HAMS B BONNIE BAKER EVAPORATED MARYLAND CLUB INSTANT Tall Cam COFFEE WESSON OIL Large 10 Oz. Jar Half Gallon SUNSHINE CRACKERS Pound Box Did you ever notice how many of your friends speak of Piggly Wiggly as " . . . my store"? There are lots of reasons why Piggly Wiggly is the regular shopping place for so many people: its wide variety of top quality foods, its carefully chosen produce and meats, its consistently lower prices. The reason we think Piggly Wiggly is "my store" to so many people is the extra services and friendliness of our store . . . our expression of sincere ap- preciation for your patronage. For the finest foods and the warmest welcome in town . . . shop...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER If, IWf EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Wilma Weleh'a nickname is Friday night and Daind Wwtbrook j* t «"^heérIwder and hold hap-j by William T—h Dompling." Wilma doesn't ae«m aod Shelta Norton were ** ... , , Ann pica* and moat treasured memories The Rusk Eagles and the Jasper to like it very much, but we think couple of aeata down from them TTON—Buddy Roye ad of one of the most wonderful times Bulldogs clashed Friday night at it s cute These are two wy colajind po- Waddell of my life Musick Field in a contest which Janle Sue Bennett and Norman pular young couples that ara g g ciJ^OB-Judy Ramey summers: For the past two decided the outcome of District 24 Jones always find something to strong Way to go, kids HOT ROD—Henry Hancock pleasure of AA championship. do over the weekend They were Although the we,her was jj POST - I.rry Dickers and Itt^myL h U g« e with v'n •** « supper st unions bad Friday night, there was * ll Mary Kate Guinn body in the capacity of cheeri...

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