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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER M, 1W PAGE 7 t>4" .4 19* I9i 19# EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 in# Friday night. Who was that third party ? ? ? Judy Mayes, what were you do- ing after the reception Friday night? Joyce Rogers keeps flirting with Z.X. F. ???????? Kenneth Bowden was seen writ- ing Sarah Goff's name all over his arm. Why not try telling her, Kenneth? ager ambunctious 0— A WORD FROM OUR TWIRLERS MARTHA ANN COKER: As Gary Lloyd goes around kissing drum major of the R. H. S. Eagle m Band I want to thank the student body for the praise and the kind Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager .. Circulation Manager a boy who sits in front of her in mirrors. Poor mirrors. Biology. Who is he, Joyce? There were several new two- Marshall Dear, the boy behind somes in the show Saturday night words of encouragement that you the meat counter in Wood's Piggly They were: Patsy llalbert and i have given the band this year Wiggly, has a very steady cus- j Glen Stanley, Judy Sales and Jame...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 November 1959

PACI 8 THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 2*, 1*59 Texas Has Big Rabies Problem New 'Bill Of Rights' For Homes Means Protection For The Aged AUSTIN —- Therei • big three chmervsioruil outline map of Texas banging prominently in an office at the State Department of Health in Austin. Bright orange blotehe* neatly conforming to county lines, pock the face of the map from Texarkana to E3 I'aao The legend underneath read*: ' Rabus rates by counties. 19SO " The map is the Division of Vet- erinary PuWk- Health" way of v>* uahxing the extent of the State's rabies problem, both in wild and GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS At HENRY'S JEWELERS PHof* MU MM1 tuOt, In. domestic animals It U consistently onr of the most acute in the na lion, the record shows Say Dr A B Rich, the depart ment' veterinary specialist; it in- dicate a dangerous undercurrent of rabies exists throughout the whole range of Te*as wildlife In an unguarded moment it could erupt into a full blown epidemic." Preventing that grim eventuality f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

'Hound T own 9lttii (Rxuinda£<ud COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« nnn«iHwrin| facilities of Kwk end Jacksonville igwKin in the me«t completa local new modium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area yTK slc* * *1-* 10c per Copy RUSK STAGED another fine Christmas Parade Wednesday af- ternoon. Despite the change in date, a big crowd was here to see the Christmas holiday season of- ficially opened. VOLUME 112 DECEMBER 3, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 24 CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES chair- man Paul Copeland and his com- mittee deserve a big "Thank You" from everyone ... They put in lots of work. Arrest Ends New Career of Ex-Con OUR NEW CHAMBER manager, Judson Perkins, began his duties here Monday. He is a very likeable fellow, and Roundabout believes he will render the folks of Rusk and area a real service . . . RESPONSE TO THE Christmas Treasure Chest promotion has been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

■■teív'f'' PAftf i THE CHEROKEEAN OCCEMBEft 3, 1*59 Jacksonville Hospitals Receives Award In Air Force Basic At Chanute Admitted Larry Don Mayo, city; William C Wise ner, Weils; Willie H Hodge*, city; K. T. Stevenson. Cashing. Charter H Lake, Hender- son. Mr* Fva U Wilson, Maydelle. Dismissed Earl B Johnson, Kil- gore; Clifford England, city; Mr* Frnest M. Sexton, city. NEWBORN SANITARIUM November 77 Admitted Riley Ferguson, city; NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL November 77 Admitted Andrew f. Baeley. Rusk; Sherry Dawn Terry, Hender ton; William F Whitaker, Refclaw; Mr* Irvin Duke. Dallas; Mrs An tonio Madfirantf, city, Clifford Eng- land. eity. Mr* Laurence I>*es, Dal- las. Kriward K Cavenesa. New Sum- tmrlwId; Mr* R R Ktheridge. Troup. Di«mi**ed Willie A Miller, Mr*. M E Forson. city Will* Point, Mrs F« rl B Crosby. Dunú §ed: Mrs Jame* Rogers, Alio. Mr* íírace B Harris, city; cJty Mr* Jo ' C Holt It Baby, Dallas; Nevember 2 Mi** Billie Faye Stone, Eustace; , , r> . Robert W McClure, Alto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

/ " V > V/1 csuaj w. MATHEWS-MILLER has a complete selection of Gifts for everyone on your gift list! Beautiful Gift Wrapping-FREE~ FOR THE MAW in YOUR CHRISTMAS him a STETSON Ghristmas §ift Gertificate Here's a new, novel way to give a gift he really wants—a gay miniature hat box. hanging brightly on the Christmas tree I The tiny hat and certificate inside will be the tip-off that a Stetson Hat awaits him. He chooses from our vast selection of styles and colors. IGIFTS to make his Christmas Merrier! Boy's Warm JACKETS # Car Coats # Motor Bikes # Quilted Gabs. $3.99 to $10.95 MATHEWS-MILLER IS HEADQUARTERS FOB COMPLETE SELECTION OF ARROW SPORT SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, TIES. SIZES S-M-L-XL Sport Shirts THE GIFT EVERY MAN WELCOMES! CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION OF FABRICS, STYLES, COLORS-WE HAVE THE SPORT SHIRTS THAT MEN PRE- FER! 2.98 7/.\ ALSO COTTON AND CUPIONI SPORT SHIRTS IN N E A T L Y TRIMMED SOLID COLORS AT $3.98. FOR REGULAR SIZES AND TALL MEN TOO! Mens Felt House Shoe: 'BLUE FEL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

iff 40 Denier Nylon Tricot HALF SLIPS The cfcei«e is WM*r, hmt* fashionable than ever durio* this Christmas mmm spec i* i values at only . . . Ml I Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller 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. YOI DO DOT HAVE T PRESENT TO Nil DO PURCHASE REQBI WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WEEK MAKE THE MAN ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST HAPPY Select His Gift from Knox Ray Met ' Wear VAN HE USES' SHIRTS ' BOTANY SWEATERS ' ROT AN Y SPORT SHIRTS • DANIEL GREEN HOUSE SHOES HUBBARD SLACKS • NUN BUSH SHOES ' MEN'S ROBES Be sure to register for our gift Fill In And Deposit At Knox Roy Mm'i Wear Star-Lite Christmas T ree Lights Regular SI.98 only 98$ SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF CHRISTMAS TOYS You'll like our low prices Make your selection now, and use our con- venient Lay-A way-Plan. Our Gift is a Children's Barbell Set Fill In And Deposit At We...

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

Suzette Lane Seamless LADIES HOSE By Larkwood A REAL TREASURE CHEST VALUE 3 pair $2.65 IT NAVE TO BE INT TO KIN ASE NEQBINED Coupons in today paper must be deposited be- fore 4:00 P.M. Saturday when drawing will be held. Enter each week you may win several prizes. 18 FREE GIFTS EACH WEEK SEE OUR WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS SELECTION OF NATIONALLY AD- VERTISED MERCHANDISE Fill In And Deposit At The Smart Shop "Ladies Exclusive Shop" Rusk, Texas NAME ADDRESS CITY EEK AT ALL OF THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES BP See us for the best car deal anywhere! RAMBLER at J. C. Williams in RUSK Our gift this week is a Wash and Grease Job! Fill In And Deposit At J. C. Williams Texaco Station CARTLIDGE DRUG IS READY TO HELP YOU WITH CHRISTMAS GIFTS Fill In And Deposit At Cartlidge Drug NAME FREE BEATNIK BEANIES 79$ yalue with each subscription to the CHEROKEEAN CHEROKEEAN STAR JOURNAL this week! Fill In And Deposit At CHEROKEEAN Rusk, Texas 25% Curled Turkey Feather 75% Curled Chicken Feather FLUFFY PILLOWS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean Cherokeean «T * Journal AND RADIO STATION KTLU-1580 Combining the resources of the county's most popular newspapers with the electron- ic and worldwide newsgathering facilities of its most powerful radio station. The only radio-newspaper team in Cherokee County and the most effective News and Advertising Medium in this area. NEWS — International, National and State — hour-by-hour, as near as your Radio Dial. Local and County events reported four times daily. In your County's most popular and mos1 widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features about people you know. Primary *ources of County and local news, factual and analytical—stories that have been fully developed. HEAR the news as it happens. READ the most comprehensive Local News cov-*- age in the county# 15 His

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

MÉliÉfó -'•!>- ■ :>$$ s# .. 'I I , - ¿ « «I* *G' •* 'jS ng x Services Employme pets . . . Blue Lustre them . . . eliminate rapid resoiling. Bearden Furniture Co., Rusk. FOR SALE 13-4781 after 5 p.m. j FOU SALE: 2 bird dogs, one 3 3-t-p-21 12 acres pasture. See William Ken- nedy, Rt. 4, Jacksonville, l-t-p-24 NOTICE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about; years old, one 1 year old. Call MU FOR RENT: 6 room furnished 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block ; 3-4412. 2-t-p 23 house. Close in. Call 3-4232 or •fi Palestine St. All utilities. Will j e,T ' 0 nDTrnKM 13-4069 night. tfc-24 I NOTICE: It you want to drink, i that's your business. If you want to quit, call MU 34134. tfc^8 * .V iF0R SALE: SACRIFICE PRICES!, build you a home on one of them, j Duncan phyfe din¡ng t a b 1 e, 6 FOR RENT: Furnished house, fur- I will furnish pans and specifica- chairs, extra leaf, mahogany; wal- nished apartment and unfurnished ATTENTION G I! Now is the time nut chest of drawers; 3 rugs, 2- apartment. MU 3-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

THErCHEROKEEAN DECEMSCR 3, 1W Miss Clde Rountrec Honored With Tea In Bearden Home Rev Dolman °~> nCrtb^VlllfWII^,, cirden Gob Duebm. Chev- rolet. Pontiac, Butcfc, Corrigan Band. Kiwanis Club Float, Xi Epai- Speaks To £13 Kiwanians Ion Kappa Chapter entry Rusk Jr Class Duchesa, Rambler Car, S.D.A. Church School Float, Girl Scout Troop 100, Mt. Enter- prise Band. W S CS of F 1 r • t Rev Joe Dolman, pastor of the Methodist Church Duches , Young First Presbyterian Church in Jack-1 People of First Baptist Church i-vnjjf — Miss Clot Rountree. ed with a white flocked bride elect of Harris, was Bali on which was perched two bonoree for a tea Friday afternoon Love Birds bearing the names Cloe from 230 to 4.30 in the home of and Marshall. Mis* Elaine Daven'.r„„ Mrs. J. D. Bearden, OTCeefe Road, port. Mi * Nanette Odom. Mrs. Bill ^vUle' W"M th<, guett speaker Float, Rusk Freshman Claaa Du- with Mrs, Carl Gray. Mrs Olan Lang and Mr* Billy Martindale al- Tut%<l noon at tf,e Ru,k Kiwanis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

mm ü " * §¡ ¿CkOÁtÜé" íe n, k; m g, iy is- n- 'e, *; ar o; le y, k; tie rs. he s sr. : ADMIRATION SUNNY SNO CLUB GLADIOLA WHITE ... A selection of finest foods in all departments chosen to bring you top quality at lowest possible prices! For consistent savings week af- ter week, shop Piggly Wiggly! You'll find that even with their most ex- citing low prices, Piggly Wiggly never compromises with quality! If we can't have the best foods for you at sale prices - we won't advertise the sale! So you can be sure of top values, better foods at Piggly Wiggly. Our quality is your greatest economy! SMOKED PICNIC HAMS KORN KIST SLICED BACON TENDER VEAL CHUCK or CROWN ROAST TENDER VEAL RIB CHOPS IT $100 49- 69" BULK WIEN Free 50 S&H Green Stamps With The Purchase of $10.00 or More MORTON now CRACKERS BOSCO CHROMA TONE BRACH'S CANDY VALUES BRACH'S MALTED MILK BALLS m BRACH'S ORANGE SLICES > u, BRACH'S CHOCOLATE PEANUT CLUSTERS BRACH'S MILK CHOC. STARS u. BRACH'S CHOCOLATE MINT ROYALS BRAC...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN STATE PAGI 1 DfCIMII J, 1«l Capital News Financial Help For Sewer Plants Available To Cities crr/\s4.. «cn jutr s. im; as thp pionceh Entered as second tiui Act of March 3 1879 matter at the po®t office at Ruac, Texas E. a WHITEHEAD ... MRS E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager New Editor Any erroneous reflection upoi the character, standing, or rep tattoo of any person, firm, or corporation wnich may appear tn the fwiijmwf of this newspaper wiij be gladly corrected upon being brongnt « thf attention of the publisher subscription sates 8u Months in County %V1S One Year in County $3.00 Su: Months Out of County $2 23 One Year Out of County $4.00 Cla*«rfi*4s and Card* of Thanks charged for the rata # 5c per word. Cherokeean Editorials Entertainment Hoax Investigators, mopping up on the payola taker , are on the outer fringe* of a panorama of hoaxea pulled off on a nation becoming conditioned to commercial- ized immorality. Flambouyan...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

Area Scout Leaders Meet In Nacogdoches Tuesday Night Seven outstanding volunteer; the 27th Annual Meeting of the adult Scout workers will be hon- East Texas Area Council, Boy ored with the Silver Beaver Award Scouts of America is held at the Tuesday night, December 1 when Fredonia Hotel in Nacogdoches. The Dinner Meeting will start at WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Madden. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madden and son David of Houston also spent the holidays here visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. Madden and Mr. and Mrs. Metz Heald. Mrs. T. W. Fisher of Temple and Reklaw News By Emma Carson on Local Council service to Boyhood, usually over a j period of 10 or more years. No-¡ minees for this Award are selected Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. J by a secret Committee appointed E. Murray during the Thanksgiving by the president of the Scout Coun- holidays were^Mr. and Mrs. John c¡j Recipients of this honor do not Baker, Bobby,, Johnnie of Laird know 0f the Award until it is pre- Hill ! ...

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

That Prays Together Stays Together RUSK CHURCHES CHEROKEE COUNTY'S assembly op goo Pastor REV. J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W 1I C Friday Homing Worship Sunday C. A Service — 7 Evening Worship Sunday a m pin, Sundaf — 7:30 p a,, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Le>nní« H. Wtbb, Pa f®e SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Sclx ' ! 9 43 a m Morning Worship, J100 am Training Union. 6 30 p rn. Evening Worship, 7:30 pro Youth Fellowship. 8 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 15 Choir Practice P 00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne v.. Vo.-rw Sunday School, ft 45 a na. Morning Worship. 11:00 am Trainiag Union 6 30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday evening tervice 7 30 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 am. BTU, 7 pm. Evening Worship. 8 p rn Midweek Worship, Wed. night, 7:30 p ro. SEVEMTH-OAY ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tcwn Cartar, Pastor In New Building on Euclid 8t. Sabbath School 9 30 a ro. Worship Service 11:00 Wed. Night Service 7 3...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

.,: ■ ■'.■ • |¿j*: ' Sí?5¥í Ik. of Your Choice Sumday :v. .• >;. hstand storms, floods, and time, the needs strong, sturdy foundations. ! the time to start building founda- or your family, foundations that lp them face life's challenges. No foundation may be found than >ne's faith is placed in God's hands, our family to church and strengthen ves. . yff % m. Ü Son>ething lent COn7Cf to every h. fact'on > Maker- ¡H'a?n'y Gavrob- ^ ure;le ^one can^ God our *•« , «'*' >"« - ««*cr. feajjUr. - -u Through ,, ^'Ve anti m,nittcd th 'c c/,urcft r j «■fon fO God e 0ne M ser, . * «'HfC/l Ch*"*S¡*%"• ^ouJdl "* * one! and Church -'in'b, ,n evtry. JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES CAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—? 15 P.M. Tuesday ...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN | OCCSMSCR J. WH EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Eagle Eye Marry Goíí m seen at church LOCKI1 INSPECTION and later at th« show Sunday with 117—He wat Navy book cover , E J, Holcomb from Alto. Doe* copy of Sport* and Field, several I Chuck know about this, Marry Ford almanacs, package of unuacd From all reporta, the holidays shyrrtll Both well had two dates envelopes. were enjoyed very much by every holidays. She waa with 120—Box of short shot shells. body So much that nobody wanted Honni<> wood Wednesday night and copy of Whalers of the Midnight to come back to school, in fact! j,"rancis Friday night. Sun, Maskin tape. But here we are again, settled back Martha Coker and Larry Talley 47—Package of envelopes, blue to the old grind snd a* studious as ¿^le-dated with Mollie Trotter corduroy shorts. ever and Winston Power Sunday night.: 42—NIL Laqutta Bobbitt has a crush on ghirley Reynolds, who is Jack? 35—Motorcycle Jacket, pair of: someone and she doesn't want his W(&g...

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

: ¡%&á h'Mlii IBS >. p- ?<**?m ■ w&k DECEMBER 3, 19S9 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 7 M ay d elle 1ST LT. RICHARD BRITTAIN, commander of Co. B, 1st BG, 60th Inf., was present- ed the Commanding General's Training Achievement Trophy by Brig Gen. Richard A. Ris- den, sccond from the left, recently as a reward for the training record established by h i s company. Holding the streamer to be affixed to the company's guidon are, at left, Col. Harold E. Hassenfelt, Go-Devil commander, and at right, Sgt. Robert D. Ayers, Company B First sergeant. Lt. Brittain is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brittain, Ironton. what Rusk Folks *« D0ING Holiday visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jaimes Fisher were her mother and aunt, Mrs. Emily Black and Mrs. Mary Grace Latti- mer of Stanton, and Mrs. Black's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Price and daughter of Shreveport. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Chapman and daughters spent Thanksgiving with her parents at Mabank. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guenzel, Baibara, John and Ma...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 December 1959

PAGE 1 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER I, 1*51 I give you . . . TEXAS Simplest Sweets This Side of Heaven By Boye Houta People #ee«n fa t«rrrted In the way writers work Jack London used to write 1.000 words a day. I hare oner been able to give myself a regular a " siRnment like that. I once wrote «.000 words of a book in one day. Another time, I wrote 30.000 word of a book in four week The actual time consumed in writing one of these "column*"* is about 10 minutes—as you probably guessed, for no doubt, they read like that. But there is first the jot fing down of notes as they happen to come to mind. These notes are accumulated and then, tn t h e course of a day, eight or ten "col- umni" may be written—and then no more for several week* One Saturday Evening Post arti- cle was written on a single Sunday afternoon; and another was written some months later, also on a Sunday afternoon "Tall Talk from Texas," which was fortunate enough to sell 90,000 copies, was written in the space of nine days...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

'¡Round . . , Town ^HitA ftlaundaftout COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsaaffcerlng facilities of Rusk Jtcksonvillo agencies in tho most complot* nows medium in Chorokco County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 19*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area W"5°bS S 6 10c per Copy volume m BLACKBURN CROSSING DAM. one of tho most controversial is- sue in East Texas, is going to be- _ come a reality. Voters of Palestine | By C^lty gave tho one million, eight hund- red thousand dollar project ap- proval Tuesday by an overwhelm- ing vote. 1850 voted for tho dam, and only 296 wore against it. This increases the Palestine tax 55c per $100 valuation. DECEMBER 10, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 35 ROUNDABOUT EXTENDS con- gratulations to our neighbors. Al- though Rusk voted out of tho au- thority, everyone wanted the dam to be built. 25 YEARS WILL tell tho story . . . Was Rusk and Jacksonville right by voting out? Or, did we ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

PAM 1 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 10, 1W Nan Travis Hospital Practices Disaster Plan Monday Night Rusk Hospital News Flower Show Termed One Of Most Outstanding In Clubs' Long History Pit ifits I tt Ho*p t«l Mrs Frank Coupland, Rusk, W W. Sherman. Rusk, Mn G. T Bow man. Rusk; Curt Gresham. Cuah- ing; Mr* D W Risinfer A Baby; Hoy, RHtlaw; Mrs L B Clark. Husk; O. B Sartam, Alto; Cower Hudson. Rusk. Wtiltam Russell. Rusk; J C. Mf Knight. Sacut; E M Lusk, Rusk; Mrs Bernke Byrd. fU-klaw. Mrs D. J Sessions. Rusk John H. Grnhtin. Ctuhing; G. E. Blankemhip. Rusk Wilford Jones. Rusk; Lessie Ben nett, Rusk; Dorothy Jackson. Rusk; Florence Lewis, Reklaw. Discharged: Mr Ruby Mrlntyre, Rusk; D. M Sessions, Alto; David Dover, Rusk; Billy Mayhar, Alto; James Glover. Wells; Mrs. James Dickson A Baby iirl, Rusk; Mrs. Raymond Vermil ] lion. Rusk; Betty Tidrow, Rusk; N. L. Domtney, Alto; Jo Ann Golf, Rusk; Mr*. Shirley Ross. Rusk; Glenn Allen Bourque, Maydelle; j Pete Boone, Rusk; Mrs Francis Hicks, Rusk; ...

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