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

I THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 10, 195. PAGE 3 Buying \ Selling lest Result READ ANOUSE THf FOR SALE ni- el, sn, rd, jrt rs. iy. >b- nd er, oe eh, C. on >th ap- tri- >59 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 will furnish plans and specifica- tions aid help you to finance. Phone MU 32802. M L. Carlisle. 212 SALE Diamonds Watches Gifts *>% to 50% Oft Sh us bolera you buy. Summer* Jewelry ) 8. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 jackets and Parkas, Army over- coats, O. D. shirts & sweaters, and insulated underwear. Men's work ^gloves and socks 25c up. Insulated boots $10.95 to $18.95. Combat boots $5.95. Hunting and work boots $8.95 up \Big selection). Army shoes $4.95. Raincoats, rub- ber boots, overshoe* and rainhats. 12 gauge shotgun shells $2.45. Rifle case $2.95. Military rifles, paint and tarpaulins. WANTED TELEVISION REPAIR: For ex pert television repslr and service cali MUS4046...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

F Nylon-Oríon-Rayon Gift Blankets $498 These ore Deep Satin bindings, Luscious Colors Our gift is a $5.00 gift certificate Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller •*ii 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 N ROT HAW PRESENT TO NO PURCHASE REI WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WEE Knox Ray Men's Store SUGGESTS YOU MAKE IT A CHRISTMAS HE'LL REMEMBER WITH • VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS • BOTANY SWEATERS • BOTANY SPORT SHIRTS • DANIEL GREEN HOUSE SHOES • HUBBARD SLACKS • NUNBUSH SHOES • MEN'S ROBES Our gift is a tie, handkerchief and tie pin set Fill In And Deposit At Knox Roy Men s Wwr Western Auto Associate Store Still has a Nice Selection of • TOYS • SMALL APPLIANCES • XMAS TREE DECORATIONS Lay-Away Now For Christmas Our Gift is $2JO in Gift merchandise Here Are Some Really Great Christmas Specials From Sears, Roebuck And Co. IN RUSK You'd exp...

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

ROT HADE TO IE :SENT TO KID IOMSE 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 A reminder from THE SMART SHOP Ladies Exclusive Ready-to-Wear in Rusk For all the feminine names on your Christ- mas Shopping List — Mother, Daughter, Wife, Sister, Sweetheart — we have gifts to please! This Christmas Shop THE SMART SHOP FIRST! "A complete selection of the latest in fash- ion. it Fill In And Deposit At The Smart-Shop "Ladies Exclusive Shop" Rusk, Texas NAME ADDRESS CITY EEK AT ALL OF THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES Lte of 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 TREASURE CHEST VALUES GIRL'S SWEATERS Age range 7 to 14 Bulky Knits $3.98 Slip Overs $1.49 Plain Cardigan $2.98 (All in assorted colors) See Our Infant Department BIG REDUCTIONS O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

•A6K * THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER If, IW what Rusk Folks are doing Woman' Miiiufury Au*«liary Mrs Mann Fierce had as her J'VILLE—In honor of the 60th guest over the weekend, her «ister their second annivemry Monday anniversary of their association. from Houston. evening at the church. Guest speak- the Woman * Missionary Auxiliary Mrs. Maude Birdwell returned _ Sthrimafaer minisUritl «tu- (,r wa# j4< |t Moore, principal of of First Baptist Church met Mort home Saturday from hospitalization dent and Jr. speech major at Bay- Junior High School. day evening for a special program at Tyler lor University. w¡il be the sjvak- ^ rhi!i supper was terred to the with the Lula Newborn Circle In Mrs. Milton Crowe of Houston er. He is from Frederick. Okla member, tR(j their wives who were charge, was a houseguest over the week- Sunset Youth Baptist Note Plan Revival Brotherhood rVUJLt-The youth of Sunset k Avenue Baptist Church will hold a AnniVGrSOry First Baptist Circles Jaguors Defeat Navarro 8...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

WUBSSKPS^' íEflBK® H SSL !..* 1Ü ' "><> ■< ¿J ?, S. Forest THE CHEROKEEAN december 10, 1959 Delta Kappa Christmas Party Plans Are Made J'VILLE—The Delta Kappa Gam- ma sorority. Beta Alpha chapter, will hold their annual Christmas Party Friday evening, December 11th, at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. L. G. Teal, 1010 Kickapoo Street. The program will consist of the singing of Christmas carols, "The Christmas Story" reading by Miss Pam Small, student at Lon Morris College, a n d the exchange of Christmas gifts. Miss Lois Boles, president, will preside at the short business ses- sion. Hostess will be teachers of West Side and Junior High Schools. page 71 News Lions Club Hears J.B.C. Quartet J'VILLE — The Baptist College quartet provided a musical pro- gram Tuesday noon for the Jack- sonville Lions Club in the Liberty Hotel. Mr. Ike Sears was in charge of the program and introduced Gene Medley who in turn introduced the accompanist, John Ladd, and the other members of the quarte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

THE cherokeean, w .JFideli Clow j Enjoys Annual : Yule Party A covered dish «upper *u en-j j ¡?*d br the SandiT School | ' ~ of rtrtt Baptist Cb "k. "t m%. night in Fellowship Hall of t iuk«wi>; -o, the churcjj. late last *** "Fairfield Day. The Mrj Moses, president, Shorts from our exchanges SLOW DOWN AND UVE THIS WINTER DRIVING FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW STOPPING ABILITY ON ICE from 20 y, w * '• DIBOLL—The State Highway De Worth f Feb. 6 has bem set as — Despite an un n<* welcomed the mem of early fre*'*ing l*r,> tÍMÍ'r husbands and children, partment — , Una County's faraHo^i&arket roads usual amount - ■* - - whf) Wí.re gpettaj guests wer weather in this area, work nas been — - Angelina progressing right along on the iro rwntv FY«. Press provemenU at the local schools — v rnrnociffiS~íasieiiüi)S the The FranJtston Citizen. population ( S. WM ^!«¡Ml". of Chm.n, crol.. cogdocl*. toiirtr. •• «• >< <00.1 "X "P "'1 «">" Nech" K,v" ™ ,h. V STARTING ABILITY ON ICE — ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

* b \\ CHROMA-TONE BROOMS ■sol Guaranteed Top Quality Meats RATH'S THICK SLICED Things arc really hummnig now-everybody excited, shopping, vis- iting, shopping, party-ing, shopping, wrapping gifts— and shopping! Much too busy these days to tramp from store to store hunting food! So, do it the easy way-shop Piggly Wiggly. Piggly Wiggly's com- plete lines of every type of food product mean "one-stop shopping" for you! For bet- ter foods, better prices, to save time-shop Piggly Wiggly during the holidays. BACON 2 pound p'caGE 89 FREE 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS WITH EACH TURKEY ARMOUR STAR HEN TURKEYS Pound 43( TENDER VEAL ROUND STEAK Pound 79' TENDER VEAL CHUCK or CROWN ROAST Pound 49( Christmas Nut Headquarters BABY WALNUTS Pound 43^ BRAZIL NUTS Pound 53l PArcK SHELL PECANS ALMONDS Pound 39^ Pound 49l NUTS 1 AtflF OIAMñND Pound 53l WALNUTS euEl I cn Pound 59< PECANS Rl AC.it 8 Oz. Pkg. m WALNUTS PEANUTS 4 Oz. Pkg. 39l Pound Mí GRADE A MED. éúbk.. GLADIOLA Green Stamps CAKE MIXES WHIT...

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

gL ¡mi PACE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN OCCCMBER 10. 1f5f State December 15 Is Bill Of Rights Day In U. S. ÍJT<l#lpírfr) <wk I rnfc PiuMti:* Entered * Act of Marck S. at tbe poctalik* at Boa*. Tom l«7f with EL tt WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN double barreled dedkation Editor and PubiUher of the mswive granite Court able assembly and the privilege of locality where the crime was com- u nhcerved each petitioning the government for re- mitted, the right to be informed dress of grievances. of the nature and cause of the ac- Another amendment secures our cusation, and the rights to compel persons, houses, papers and effect* attendance of defense witnesses the Certificate of Number has been ta* bill was passed. _ „ í^^s^rsp^ciflls^t^no w- fense counsel in al1 criminal pro- placed on each side of the bow. FIFTY MILLION IN FM ROADS fSÍrt ten^meíd- rants sha11 ifflue but upon Probablc "*uUons are bJ. Highway Department is not au- —SUte Highway Department has menU to mr fedcral consti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

3M(9 V d e* ;1 B- 0- ¡r id *, n. to of i£ nr ig is, le n, n- rs er >y le- i>y iy tie o- news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Hopkins-Roberts Repeat Vows In Impressive Home Ceremony A J'VILLE—Mrs. Corinne Roberts became the bride of George Hop- kins of Cayuga Saturday, Decem- ber 5, at 6 p.m. in the home of her brother. D. A. Sanders, Sr., 1054 Edgewood. The ceremony was performed by Merle Bryant before an improvised altar. Greenery banked the fire- place flanked by baskets of pink gladioli and lighted by pink tapers on the mantel to form the nuptial setting. The bride chose a blue silk suit with matching accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. G. T. Hopson of W a c o, daughter of the groom, was matron of honor. She wore a blue suit and matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mr. Hopson was best man. A reception was held immediate- ly following the ceremony. Mrs. Rubye Seat of Cayuga served the tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride a...

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

COMPLIMENTS OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY GIBBS ELECTRIC CO. Your Satisfaction — Our 4 TO Com morco — Phono «721 J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints — Phono 1117 HILLENCAMP ENGINEERING CO. How Amiable Aro Thy Tabernacles O Lord Of Hosts COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phono 9206 BIG STATE CREAMERY Wrtti Our Compliments 1206 W. Larissa — Phono 4168 H and J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 101*4 N. Main — Phono 2-0726 EARL M. GAY (Distributor) Gu f Oil Products — Phono 9624 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palostino Hwy. — Phono 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF O. L. HOLCOMB & SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Osoro Dealer — Phono 1051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hoffman Sales — Sorvico All Makes 314 E. Rusk — Phono 2-9261 COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Lifo Is A Happy Lifo COMPLIMENTS OF GRAY ELECTRIC CO. A Priondly Placo To Trado JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Savi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

.i■■ y. ':yi$ ■ {y,r MW THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 10. 1*59 Pata S Beaumier Heads Scout Council; Two Ruskites Named To Board W. R. Beaumier, Lufkin, Pub- lisher of the Lufkin Daily News, was elected President of the 15- County East Texas Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, at their 27th Annual Meeting, held in Na- SOME HAILSTONES or* bigget than tennis balls, but matt or* tH« * of audi pebble*. On July 6, 1928 a single hailstone Ml in Potior, « - k I 1 1/ rWDTOHQ. If wngnra I 77 [ •ho largos! on rocord In U.SA. YOUR FIRST STEP TO RECOVERY IS YOUR DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION. CHAPMAN PHARMACY Ph. MU 3-4122 Rusk, Texas cogdoches this week. W. E. Davis and District Judge J. W. Summers, both of Rusk, were elected to the board of directors of the Council. Beaumier has been active in the Scouting Program since 1045 in the East Texas Council. He has served in various District capaci- ties and as Institutional Represent- ative of Pack, Troop and Post 130, Lufkin Rotary Club, and Post 134, First Chri...

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

. •age * THE CHEROKEEAN deccjmser 10, 1999 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Eagle Eye BditoriD-Cbicf Aanstant Editor Buiioru Manager Circulation Manager | «rere running aroand in the auditorium???? What's the matter with some of our students? There was nearly a J. C. Stafford, what were you £|ght tj^ hall last week, and two doing with yout head lying on the ouf und^rcUitmen came to desk in Cirics class? Better stay j,iows Friday afternoon. Boys, awake in there! ; p|«ase restrain yourselves from Carolyn Smith, who is your sec- prov¿ng your muscles at school. Af ret love? Hum??? One of the Eagle Eyes talked to Jo Ann Dominy the other day. She said that she and her fiance, J Jimmy Lee were doing O.K. Oh, don't worry, Susie Miller, it's not Donna Isaac* yOUT j¡mmy barefooted this week, so let's all wish tfcem SCMKM SPOTLIGHTS ■■■; '" i . I Charles Wilcox is a good looking Junior boy that is not taken. Let's get on the move, girls! The movie was quite crowded; Friday night. Everybody went to se...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

t Formal Dance Fetes Miss Suzy Summers Birthday A formal dance last Friday night in the American Legion Hall hon- ored Miss Suzy Summers on her 11th birthday. Present to share the event with her were 54 fifth grade students of Mrs. J. M. Boone, Mrs. C. L. Manning and Miss Ruby Rich- ardson. The group enjoyed dancing to records. Carrying out a holiday theme in decorations, the ceiling was fes- tive with colored balloons. On the mantle was a lovely yule arrange- ment of red candles, holly, and a ribbon tree. In front of the fireplace was a five foot red net, lollipop tree. The refreshment table was cov- ered with a green cloth and center- ed with a brass epergne, holding red balls, red candles and net. Red Christmas punch and assorted cook- ies were served. Assisting Suzy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Summers, with hostess duties were her sister, Miss Sally Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Per- sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Crysup, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyers, Miss Beth Meyers, and Mrs. Harold Mille...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 December 1959

PACÍ • THE CHEROKF.F.AN DECEMBER 10, IWf Bishop Company Will sant planned it that way. i Duke Carlisle could never get his fine fleet of back* untracked 'after Larry Thomas dashed 35 CHEROKEE COUNTY Mt. Pleasant Crushes Athens vn nn-o-e Um,.( I yards for that early score, and his KILGORE-Rugged. ready Mount j thrcat was ncutraliied by Pleasant mad" hfe nug y j quick charging Tiger defense, ¡pleasant for f^ored Athens Fn- ^ ^ wmners of i0 of Bishop's Company, Araer-'the technique of this Company footh«H play^1* Previous S mes and a 33-8 vic' Heme D f x>-r«tr fi«n Aiprnt Irtnt P. Odom "Many of my l ríe ad % have ask- ed me for the bread stuffing I have used the last two Chnsimas- es and I always tell th -m I uw the one foind in the l^rt" Eat Turkey bulletin B201, which can be secured from the Extension Agents Office" said Mrs Finis Henderson when she visited the Home Demonstration Agents Of- fice to seeure mere bulletins. Thf bread stuffing recipe to which she rtfe.red is: BREAD ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

«art 1 I i 'Hound . . Town Witk HoundaJtout RUSK'S CITY COUNCIL Is em*- lidtrinf the parking meter ques- tion again. THa 2 hour limit on parking around tho courthouse was lifted before it was ovar given a chance. The reason, they say, is because signs cost too much money. IT SEEMS TO ROUNDABOUT that the beys could solve this pro- blem of signs at a low cost, and give the 2 hour limit a fair chance. If they would cut a stencil, and paint "2 Hour Limit" on each post the cost would be less than $15. RUSK NEEDS free parking. If our city is to offer equal facilities with neighboring towns, we must have free parking. One of the rea- sons that Shopping Centers have become so popular is because the confers offer frae parking. A NUMBER OF RUSK MER- CHANTS have stated that the free parking has helped their business. They say that people from "border- lino" areas (people who can go elsewhere as easily as they come to Rusk) are returning here to trade. ROUNDABOUT LIKES the met- ers, and uses th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 17, 1959 Buying Seiiing Renting Services Employment bf Besf Result BEAD AND USiTM H. C Announces Candidacy SmithP McLaughlins Entertain At Christmas Party Sunday Cub Scoufs Stage Xmas Party Mon. FOR SALE Ft)R SALE: I have 12 lots, about rautben' Ru*fc" Lion. Dining room, kitchen. living Miss Owen , % room. Modem and appealing^ thr Highway ntgboot See Morris 9 block* from Courtboov, 1 block off Palestine St. AU utilities Will build you • komt OB one of them. I «ill furnish plant ud specifiea- ^jn a ltd help you to finance. Phone MU 3JM02. M L. Carlisle tío-26 N7CE 3 bedroom home, 818 Mon roe Street Far tale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, «137 Jackson- «Ule. J-tfc-32 BIUCK HO MR rOR SALE: New bnrk hornea in Crestview add^ SALE Diamond* Wat che am• 20% to 50% Oft Sea w« before you buy. Summers Jewelry ) 1 Main Jacksonville L. M. Smith, Alto World Book Encyclopedia now of- 4-t-p 2fi ("re(1 for ,9S® Pnces Buy now and HasseH or ~ - - uvp $1000- For informati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

¡4#e MI >3qM0MWW#iW$il Saturday evening, the Morris Hassell home, Miss Elizabeth Kinsel was complimented with a bridal shower. Shown here are Mrs. Hassell, Miss Kinsel, her mother, Mrs. Otto Kin- sel, and Mrs. Elwood Birkelbach, mother of the future groom, John Birkelbach. Their wed- ding is to be an event of January 22nd in FirstMethodist Church here. news of Interest to WOMEN in cherokee county WHAT .... Rusk Folks .... ARE DOING Mrs. F. A. Ursua, sister and houseguest of Mrs. John Joplin, and Mrs. Morinne Perkins, attend- ed a DAR Christmas luncheon at the Hotel Fredonia in Nacogdoches recently. Mrs. Carl Yowell of Alto was one of the hostesses for the occasion. Wednesday luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. H. C. Edwards were Mrs. F. A. Ursua, Mrs. John Joplin, Mrs. Morinne Perkins, and Mrs. Virginia Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Jorgensen of Houston spent several days last week at their home here, and were dinner guests Thursday night with Mrs. Morinne Perkins and son, Jim- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

V V CHRIS1 STAR CALII RED . . . are at Piggly Wiggly! We've had all our little "Christmas Spirits''^ run- ning around re-stocking, decorating, polishing up for the final rush—giving Santa and YOU a hand with your Christmas food shopping! Now at Piggly Wiggly you can find every single thing you need for the holidays: all the Christmas fixin's, exotic gift foods, for your friends, even toys for the kids! For the finest foods, for your best Christmas dinner, be SURE to shop Pig- gly Wiggly this week! GRAPES YELLOW ONIONS y / vfc < * '' i •t « J ~ * ■- . DEL MONTE DIXI MAID THICK SLICED BACON TENDER VEAL CHUCK or CROWN LB. PKG. 69- ROAST fresh pork TENDER VEAL ROUND, LOIN or T-SONE ROAST FRESH DRESSED HENS B 39 STEAK 79- PEACHES southern pride FRUIT CAKE bonnie baker BISCUITS $1.00 Sf.00 12 c. $1.00 CANDY No. 303 Cans 2¥i Lb. ADMIRATION Pound curtis bag 10 5c Pi*c«s Pound 29 51 GAUGE, 15 DENIER LADIES HOSE WORTZ CREAM SANDWICH COOKIES Limit 6 Pair Pair 39* 2 Lb. Bag 49* SUNNY OLEO BO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

■ W-i*' ft1- - Ijm « '*'if CHRISTMAS FRUITS & VEGETABLES • vf Large Stalk STARKING RED DELICIOUS APPLES u> 19 CALIFORNIA SUNKIST NAVAL ORANGES u> 19- WINESAP B 10' APPLES B 19* U. S. No. 1 RED B 5' Potatoes 10:59 FRENCH'S BUCK PEPPER „.c„ 15 PLAIN OR IODIZED SALT MORTON SHREDDED COCONUT GRIFFIN BREAST O CHICKEN CHUNK TUNA PLANTER'S PEANUTS PLANTER'S PEANUTS U O*. Pk0. • Ox. Callo R«a Can 7V4 Ox. Can Pkfl. 12* 29? 39? 39? 5? SKINNER RIPLETS 5c Off—8 Ox. Cello 19? -?rl NONE SUCH MINCE HEAT NONE SUCH HOLIDAY CANDIES FANCY CREAM JELUES BRACHS Lb. BRACHS HOLIDAY MIX BRACHS STARLKHT MINTS BRACHS MINT STRAUS BRACHS 10 29< UL HUB ASSORTMENT BRACHS MILK CMOCOUTE STARS Select Your Christmas Tree This Week Prices from 79c To $3.49 12 Ox. Bag 9/z Ox. Bag 84 Ox. Bag 13 Ox. Bag Lb. 29? 29? MINCE MEAT WAFFLE SYRUP GRIFFIN SHORTENING CRISCO SHORTENING FLUFFO 9 Ox. 28 Ox. 29? 65? 42 Ox. Flask 3 Lb. Can WUNDER 3 Lb. Can OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY tat PECANS SAUCE 200 3 °'- Pka' 35? 300 Ctn 23...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

>!■ ■ í ó s?> i, ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY FOR RUSK i YES... We're proud that Rusk Ready Mix Con- crete Co. located their plant in Rusk. We believe our new industry will grow and prosper. Rusk Is A Fine City In Which To Live & Work tafET Rusk's newest industry, the Parker Brothers Ready Mix Concrete, is located at 201 Soutb Main. The Parkers recently began opera- tions, and welcome the opportunity to bid on any project . . . from foundation work to smooth, finished exteriors. They offer one day service, quality work at reasonable prices. The new business will em- ploy 8 people. It is owned by Jewel and Leonard Parker. This advertisement sponsored by the following businessmen and merchants who are solidly behind development of new industry for our city. WOODS PiGGLY WIGGLY i. 0. WILLIAMS BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR RUSK, TEXAS a iliM, r.f COPEUMD'S 6E0R0IA-LYNNE SHOP OANTUDGE NOG WEBB'S MESS SHOP CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. MATHEWS-MILLER SOOTH TEXAS PROROCERS ASS...

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