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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

A Family That Prays Together Stays Together RUSK CHURCHES CHEROKEE COUNTY'S ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor REV J. A. GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJf.C. Friday — 2 pm Homing Worship — 11 am, Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m.. Sundat Evening Worship — 7:30 p m. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnie H. Webb, Pester SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. 9:45 a m Morning Worship. 11:00 a ra. Training Union, 6 .K) pro. Evening Worship, T30 pm. Yr,uil F ünwnhip, R 30 p rn WfK!r."jiH<iv Prayer Meeting 7 1 f> CI .... Practice. f« 00 pro CALVACY BAPTIST CHUPCH Rev. Wayn<? t. * Sunday School, o 45 a -n Morning Wo.- .hip 11 00 a rt; Tra!pinc Union 30 Sun Even Surrey Evening 7 30 Wednesday F.v.ninit flrpvires 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, oaitor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 am. BTU. 7pm Evening Worship, 8 p m. Midweek Worship, Wed. nistht, 7 30 pm. SEVENTHOAY AOVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pa* or In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m. Worship Service ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

Attend Church of Your Chole© Sunday VITAL 'Ml <*> * V * - i stop watch is a vital [art in many *P°rts- For Lance, in trac* man faces against time. The L watch has enabled L to compare racers of I «Hon with. that ne generation I , Tn football it is If another, m l A lit) 1 rsic6 to eft f '„■ Ule. fl ®"h <*«' taiort, W, Ha,:r - - - Uto . (rtinthegreatel'thingS ^ ITTÍND :hurch >> * %1; JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES tí- • i . ■/< 1 he "°d* His K"'th« fcnovaean , , man to reM Without will long pe«fvso dear willminfielfi.h wbiCh "Therefore, cvcn^0 t the perish. TUg, one should ^fare of P°,nt w for the s ke °j Beyond that Church for ^ f ®^£ d uphold himself " person shou andep^rjici^ n I CAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—8:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COO 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—0:30 P.M. Everting Service—7:30 P.M....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

PA.i t THE CHEROKEEAN |T , *1 J r\ L t o ,ií «XM MCTS ho* -ove«.. w ¡o Wed December loth Rachel Lou Burnett ij/_ J__, J—.. Funeral Services ** ec'neS" °Y Held Wednesday /"/..L Mwtc i'VUJX Hun Rachel Lou Bur V- / U U /flCC! J Í •*. . r: Recently net!, 21. died Monday rooming at 7 90 am in a local hoepttal «ti a member of the Mar Spring Baptist Churrb ^ w<K,nMd,y Club m -t funeral services were beld Wed *1 Quintons with Mr* John Wight neodajr at 2 p m in the ft o c k y mm as hMtm last week Spring (Uptut Church with the A four coursc turkey dinner waa Rev O P M<-adow and the Rct served to 18 (uf«ti at 12 30 noon, (bordos Shaffer ofñeiMling Burial Member* present wi re Mesdarnos w in Providence Cemetery with T H. Cobble. Ralph Benton, W II Holmea Brother funi-rsl Home Bonner, C II Fitts, Lewi* Butler, la chars# of arrangement* D T Howard. Ide Hall, M H Surviving arr her parents, Mr Schlnter. Forest Reagan, J C Tur aud Mr M N. Burnett and her ««J-. Kd Ratcliff. W II Hanna. A grandp...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

Schoolboy Football Scores Town Of Rusk Legal Notice Athens 28—Palestine 8 Spring Branch 22—South Houston 14 Kilgore 8—Henderson 6 W There's wealth in good health! Feeling well is men's greatest possession. Guard well your health! f""' I Make our pharmacy your ■ prescription headquarters. ■ ¡ We're at your service al- ways. ■ ■ ■ a R, Cartlidge Drua Store MU 3-2358 Rusk Yours for good health I Kenedy 41—Poth 0 Woodvillc 19—Livingston 6 Bellville 29—A&M Consolidated 0 Klein 36—King 0 Ganado 18—Louise 0 Anahuac 31—Sour Lake 12 Splendora 32—New Caney 0 Taylcr 24- -Georgetown 0 Lefors 6—Panhandle 0 Wheeler 12—Darrouzette 9 Texline 32—Follette 0 Matador 26—Turkey 12 White Deer 22—Memphis 0 Quanah 38—Wellington 8 Vega 52—llart 8 Lubbock Monterrey 28—Amarillo Tase osa 27 McLean 28—Clarendon 20 Gruver 42—Stanford 0 Amarillo 40—Lubbock 8 Perrytown 28—Shamrock 8 Pampa 9 —Plainview 7 Canyon 14—Dimmitt 12 Dalhart 50—Friona 32 Spearman 14—Stinnett 6 Muleshoe 20—Abernathy 18 Lockney 34—Morton ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 November 1959

PAfc* • THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 1*. 1W LEGAL CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATU OF TEXAS TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST ED IN THE Estate OF H. W Walk- er Deceased being No 4132 in the County Court of Cherokee County, Tex**: You are hereby notified that Jerry E Biscoe Administrator in said case, filed in the County Court oí Cherokee County. Texas, on the 10th day of November A D. 1958, her verified Account for final set- tlement of the Estate of said H W. Walker together with an Ap pltcaiion to be discharged from «aid trust. Said verified Account for final settlement and Application will be heard, considered, and acted on by said Court at 10 o'clock, a m., on the first Monday next after the expiration of ten days frmn date of Publishing (or posting) this cita tion, the same being the 30th day Looking Ahead. REACHING THE "FORGOTTEN PEOPLE" Vice President Richard Nixon, and Hundreds of thousands of Arab* President Eisenhower, and the Jor who were pushed out of t h e i r dan Ambassador Mostly t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

WcroW S«vi f O Box 80t>o 'ílound Town tyiitfi HoundaJíout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Comblnlnp the n«w a*H«r¡ng facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville apénelos in the most complot* local now* medium In Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS TBS PIONEER JULY 5. 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy A NEW CHAMBER MANAGER m he* boon employed. Mo is Judwn NOVEMBER 26, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 23 R. Perkins of Shrtvopoft, La. The _ ■ ■ i t J *. J Board of Directors voted to employ One Of Three Undetected him at a special meetlnp Tuesday. ROUNDABOUT WAS "o u t of pocket" when Perkins mot a group of the Board a couple of weeks ago, but from what we understand, the new manager is a "live-wire." PERKINS BEGINS his duties as Chamber of Commerce manager December 1st, according to Lloydnow double what it was three years Pipos, CC president. He was select- aS° appears to be going "under- ed from 10 applicants. ground", acco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

PAGE 1 THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 24, 1*5 FOLKS I FACTS FROM §f I Buying Selling, Renting Services / .Employment In & About Alto Waggoner Carr Is Lions Speaker Lone Oak Church Sets Special Service BY INEZ TURNER or Best Result J'VILLE—Waggoner Carr, Speak- er of the House of the Texas Leg- islature, will be the speaker Tues- read and usf jHf FOR SALE FOR SAJLE: I hare 12 lots, about 8 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St All utilities Will build you a home m one of them I «ill furnish plan* a ad tpecifiea- tieiu and help you to finance. Phone MU 3 2802 M L Carlisle Rusk tfc 26 SALE Diamond* W th#« cm. to 50% OH S«« ui b*f rt you buy. Summers Jewelry ) S. Main .Jocktonvlll* J tic 28 3 bedroom home, 619 Mon- ro* Street For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jackson vffle. J tic 32 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE New brick homes in Crestview add! tion Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr ougbouf. See Morris Haasell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc 32 FOR SALE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

NOVEMBER 2*, 1959 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 I fol- 11. iver It's Wed In Double Ring Rites Wednesday j/,e In a setting of simplicity and beauty Miss Patricia Persons be- came the bride of William Albert Bolton Wednesday evening at six thirty in the sanctuary of First Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Persons and Mr. and Mrs. E. Marion Bolton of this city. Close friends and relatives of the couple heard the Reverend El- wood Birkelbach and Reverend Harold Fagan read the double ring rites in a candlelight ceremony. Mrs. Don Crysup at the organ pre- sented prenuptial music and con- tinued to play softly throughout the wedding service. She accom- panied Mrs. C. S. Hinton, Jr. who sang "Because" and "O Promise Me." A smilax entwined arch formed a background at the church altar, flanked by floor baskets of white mums, glads and greenery. Wed- ding bells and a white satin bow topped the arch. Cathedral tapers burned in tall candelabrum. Given in marriage by her fath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

See Our Large SAMSONITE LUGGAGE at I i (is ¡R1B pirn i I SB m REDUCED E PRICES Our Gift Will Be A Pepperell Finest Qual- ity Blanket and An Arrow Shirt. Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller ! in 1 ¡1 I ffl NAME CITY I 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 10 NOT HAVE PRESENT TO Ml NO PNR6HASE REO! WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WEEK Knox Ray Man's Wau- ls headquarters for the man on your Christmas Shopping List Van Heusen "Shirts * Pajamas ♦ T Ties 'Handkerchiefs Stetson and Mallory Hats Nunbush Shoes Justin Boots Our Gift is a Tie and Handkerchief Set. Value of $3.50. Fill In And Deposit At Knox Roy Man's Wear ADDRESS CITY Toylond is now now open at Western Auto Associate Store We have a big selection of Christmas Tree lights and decorations. All are on display. Our Gift is a $5.00 Christmas Merchan- dise Certificate. Fill In And Deposit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

IOT HAVE TO BE IENT TO DIN «ASE REQUIRES 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 CHRISTMAS SALE of LADIES' DRESSES Dresses up to $14.98 only $9.98 House Coats — * Skirts #flO/ Blouses JA Sweaters / off You get nationally advertised merchandise at below nationally advertised prices at . . . THE SMART SHOP Fill In And Deposit At The Smart Shop "Ladios Exclusive Shop" Rusk, Texas NAME ADDRESS EEK AT ALL OF THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES lec- TEXACO FIRE TRUCKS The Ideal Christmas Gift for the youngster ON SALE AT OUR COST Our gift will be a Texaco Fire Truck 50 Fill In And Deposit At J. C. Williams Texaco Station This Weeks Special: 17 jewel shockproof, waterproof mens' watches, nite-glow dial with sweep-sec- ond hand. Priced at. . . Only ..... Our Gift Will Be A $5.00 Gift Certificate Fill In And Deposit At Henry's Jewelers NAME __ Ladies Seamless Hose New Shades ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

8 Brownie LMC's Scurlock Center Are Added Is Consecrated Monday Thursday, Nov 20th. Brownie Troop 106 met at the Courthouse Annex with Mrs Bill Da* , leader Highlight of the meeting was a ceremony, copied after "The Brownie Story." which welcomed 8 new members to the troop Given Brownie pins and World Association emblem pins were Bar bara Guensel. Deborah Chapman. Sandra Norton. Linda Mesdor, Cin- da PhiJbnck. J an Thompson. Joyce Wright, and Dariene Beasley. After the ceremonies, the Brown ies performed a dance, Sandy Land, for the benefit of mothers present. Other members of the Troop are Linda Carrinftoo, Margaret Davis, I Dana Co*, Jeannie Duncan, Judy Cotí, Brenda Little. Mina B Echols, and Marilyn Spence Refreshments of punch and cook ies were served the Brownie* and the following guests Mevdames Fay Wright. Delitha Guerael, Mil red Chapman. I>el Co*. Monte 1 Duncan, Jo Philbriek, Paul Meador. Justine Ornngton, Mildred Little. Frances Beasley, and Jane Thomp son The Brownie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

A deer safari last week to Llano County netted these 10 bucks for a Rusk hunting party. Photographed here with the deer are Clifford Ham, Grady Wood S. Urdal, Cecil Ham, Claude Teutsch and S. D. Turner. Ed Dickey, another mem- ber of the party, is not pictured. Girl Scouts In Regular Meet Take Test Wed. Girl Scouts taking the Tender- foot Test last Wednesday at a reg- ular meeting in the Courthouse Annex were Jennifer Swift, San- dra Smith, Joy Jones, Carlene But-1 ler, Carolyn Williams, Doris Jones, j Nell Wilson, Charlotte Bowman1 and Sue Weaver. 5th Sunday Sing Service Slated At Lone Oak Regular Fifth Sunday services will be conducted at the Lone Oak Baptist Church Sunday, November 29, according to the pastor, Rev. Gene Tomlin. Sunday School of which Mr. J. W. Jimmerson is Superintendent will convene at 10:00 a. m. and i the morning worship service will Special guests were Jennifer, ^ con(jucted at the eleven o'clock Swift's father and brother, also hour Theresa Burton. Mrs. Ross...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

PAM • THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER U, 1*5t Bazaar, Parade, Service Projects, Talked Mon. 5 th Mon. Meeting Set By Women November 30th. the Fifth Mon day Federation of Church Women will meet for the Uit time in 1950 at First Method tit Church To begin at 3 p m . Mrs J II Kreimeyer, president will preside Paul B Co*, well known Rusk attorney, is to deliver the principal message at the meeting, speaking on the 23rd Psalm States Mrs. Kreimeyer. "We ex- tend a cordial invitation to all church women of the Rusk area to meet with us Monday." Refreshments will be served by the host church following adjourn ment. ft. Adventists Plan Holiday Activities (iuest speaker at the Seventh. Day Adventist Church this Satur day at 11:00 o'clock, will be Pastor Walters of Fort Worth Pastor Walters is associate publishing sec. retary for the state of Texas Saturday afternoon at 3 00 o'clock the Missionary Volunteer Society, youth organization of the Adventist Church, will present a Thanksgiving program. It wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

CHEROKEE tiardson Id Mike weekend lid Mrs. rom Dr. pale cal, nd vest, le ward, phone 1-t-c COUNTY FARM NEWS EXTENSION AGENT'S WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Monday, Nwrwibtr 23 Office Conference Walter Scott, District Agent, and Jack Barton, Soil and Water Con- servation Specialist will visit Cher- okee County. New Summerfield 4-H Club Meeting at 7:00 p.m. When health is in the balance Your pharmacist knows his responsibility — ful- fills it faithfully. ! í ■ Professional precision in a 5 ■ ■ filling prescriptions is tha ¡ ■ ■ ! watch-word of the phar- * ■ l ! macist. ■ ■ ■ 8 R, Cartlidge Drug Store MU 3-2358 Rusk Yours for good health! Office Radio — KEBE—Jacksonville — Ann Shellhammer — 11:55-12:00 KTLU — Rusk — Irene P. Odom -12:25-12:30 Tuesday, November 24 Visit the Bill Haw family Weigh calves at Carl Wipprecht's for beginning of gain test-8:30 Linwood 4-H Club Meeting at 17:30 p.m. Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville —Morris Bailey — 11:55-12:00 KTLU — Rusk—Dorothy Rambo -12:25-12:30 j Wed...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

THE I*ACE 2 CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 26, 1959 ■ PRESS*!! mocuriüB r -r & * * ftr. j .7 Ft*,? ¡959 ÉST,VB .. rí^n JUt* y I*4/ AS THfc PIONfcfch Entered u second dtu matter tt the postoíílce at Rusa, Texas order Art of M*rrl 3 187Í . STATE CAPITAL NEWS Johnson For President GHQ To Open In Austin By Vern S«nford traffic laws and their enforcement Taxas Pritt Atsocislioti are not uniform and that «orne AUSTIN—First of the 1960 poll- drivera-virtíirw of «peed trap., for tlcal headquarter, aigns will be up «ample-will be penalized. An - before the Chriatma, lights. *«■ « this; " '"«"ranee *>ard An executive committee, formed Chairman í'enn J. Jackson is to * * * LETTER To The Editor + * * NO Editor and Publisher tmmi Office and Business Manager t0 gtt>>r J},* johnson for-President wofk out the wrink!w in ,4W en" News Editor drive, is opening a state headquar- '«'"cement. Insurance agenta, in meetings E. H WHITEHEAD MRS E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN ———————————— —————————————————————...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 26. 1959 PAGE 3 CHRISTMAS FLOWER SHOW plans are shaping up in many such huddles as this. The group from left are Mrs. Bill Shattuck, Mrs. E. J. Birkelbach, chairman of the stag- ing committee, Mrs. Carl Wipprecht, Mrs. Henry Guenzel, Mrs. Glenn Miller and Mrs. Her- bert Osborne, Jr. "Sing for Christmas" will be held December 5th in the Fellowship Hall of First Methodist Church from 2 to 7 p.m. Six Join TFS Cherokee Countians among 166 new members of the Texas Forest- ry Association are : C. J. Hagler of Maydelle, Oran A. Spence of Rusk, J. A. Smith of Jacksonville, Kendrick Frazier of Rusk, J. C. Hill of Alto and A. W. Coker of Rusk. Congressman John Dowdy re- cently became the 1500th member of the Association and was awarded a plaque by the Lufkin Kiwanis Club. YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that ENDS OVEN CLEANING FOREVER 'NEW 1959 , KELVINATOR with Throw-Away Aluminum Oven Linings BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. Wi. 3-4544 Ru«k...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

A Family Tha.t Prays Together Together RUSK CHURCHES assembly Of GOO Pastnr. BEV J. a. GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Sleet tag WHO. Friday — 2 pm. Morning Worship — 11 am., Sunday C. A Service — 1 pm.. Sundai Evening Worship — 7.30 p o.. Sunday first baptist church Lonníc H. Wabb, Psstor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 11:00 am. Training Union, 6 30 p rn Evening Worship, 7:30 p m. fellowship, 8 TO pro. V> Jre 'l y Prayer Meeting 7.IS Ch>--.j í'iaUice P<J0 p ro. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne o V. row Sunday School, 3 45 a n. Morning Worship. 11:00 am Training Union (I TO Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday evening ervice 7 30 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Joe R. BrooH, oastor Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship Service, 11 am. BTU, 7pm Evening Worship, 8 pm. Midweek Worship, Wed. ni'^ht. 7 TO p in seventhoay 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...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

Attend Church of Your Choi© JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES Jcnmt Yes, we have many things to be thankful for — such things as family, home, health, and a nation with privileges and opportunities that no other has ever known, a nation founded by men who wanted freedom to | worship God. We are a nation of churches. These churches have freedom to spread the Gospel, and give thanks to God for all of our blessings. Attend church regularly where you worship God and give thanks for His wonderful love. The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving hi> neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God* no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. Beyond that however, every person...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

f T '"3Kfl682' •* " n. ' I PACE A THE CHEROKEFAN NOVEMBER 24, 1959 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Floyd of Tyler announce the en- ifagf-mcr.i and approach!# marriage >>f their daughter, Bon- nie Dean, to Lt. Donald Everett Woodard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. \V. Woodard of Rusk. The wedding will he Decem- ber 27 at the Glen wood Methodist Church in Tyler. M i a a Floyd is a 1958 graduate of John Tyler High School and at- tended Tyler Junior College. Lt. Woodard, who is serving in the U. S. Army at Aberdeen, Maryland, is a graduate of Tex- an A&M College. Lectureship Endowment Received By Lon Morris J'VILLE — Lon Morris College received a $15.000 endowed lee «ureship in a recent gift from Dr and Mr- J M. Wilson, prominent Mc thodint leaders in We*t Texas. Dr C. E. Peeples announced Mon day during the consecration serv ices for the new Scurlock Center at the college. !)r. Peeples said the proceeds, from this endowment would be used to bring outstanding lectur ers f...

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