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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

Employees Of Sears Have Party The Sears employees and their husbands enjoyed a gala holiday party Saturday evening, December 12th at the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Harold Miller on Wightman Lane. Others present in addition to the host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Banks. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee, Mr. and Mrs. George' Golds berry, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Dotson, Mr. and Mrs. James Turney and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lee. Decorations throughout featured a yuletide theme. Guests were an- nounced at the door by ringing a bell lyre which was the focal point of the door's decoration. The entertaining rooms carried out pink and red, including a most unusual pink tree with red orna- ments and lights. A delicious turkey dinner was served buffet. The table was cover- ed with a pink cloth and its cen- terpiece was in red. The den fea- tured a TV arrangement which was a white and pink angel. After games were enjoyed, each employee was presented a bonus from Southwestern Electr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

v., {FREAK (Cwtlwri Mm P* M condition is improved. He is e* Reeled to be released the Utter part of the week. «. The five boys had started out Sunday morning to hunt on the Aacelina River when the accident wcurrec. 1st Baptist Class Party Held Tues. COURT (ContMHMrf From Pa«e One) would be served by moving tor a jdismissal of the suit." • But his statement went on to jioint out that "some future dis- cussions may be needed to deter- mine just what equitable settle- ment arrangement can be consum- mated with reference to the in- terest of Rusk and Jacksonville citizens in the first $150,000 worth of bonds already issued and the assets they represent." According to the statute allow- ing the cities to vote out of the authority. Rusk and Jacksonville are still liable for Ibeir shares of the $150,000 bonds. It is presumed that a 10-cent tax will continue to J e levied until the principal and ^nterest on the bonds is paid. Based fin present vrJuttions the t a x a ould continue until 1984...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

* STATE CAPITAL NEWS * ¡"buts" that left considerably less [ tag liquor by the drink has been ginned in the state last year. Aver- age yield per acre will be about 337 pounds . . . One-eighth, or six By Vom Sanford Texas Press Association jthan a majority in favor of plung-1 no hindrance to the thousands who AUSTIN—As the year draws to tag right into the task in a special belong to "bottle clubs. an end, it appears Texas' big poli- tical question of the moment will not be answered until next year. That is the question of whether and it is generally assumed they the Legislature will be called into!do not favor a session. session. | Serving of mixed drinks to mem- Fifty-four Representatives d i d ;bers and guests of private clubs not send answers to the governor, ] was assumed to be the same as ser- ving liquor in the home. But the thing has gotten out of special session to raise teacher salaries. Gov. Price Daniel has said that if he does call a session, it will not begin until after...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN pACC 2 DECEMBER 17, l S* Say Student Let's Advertise County Potential Winners Of Last Chest Are Named Writ* or call," then give the ad- éSTABk.-tr 'O ■ J •+' ms 1 Hi; ftOHltm Entered u second titw manor at the podstikt at Rus*. Texas Art of Marrh 3 1979 E. & WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Any erroneous reflection upot, the character standing, or rep taüon of any person, firm, or corporation wnich may appear in the of thu newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brottgfit >o (be attention of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County Ose Year in County Six Months Out of County S2-2® One Year Out of County ** 00 Classifieds and Cards ef Thanks charted for a* the rate of Sc per word. Rusk Canasta Club & Guests Enjoy Party Gifts were awarded Saturday in The Rusk Canasta Club met Fri- the last of a series of Rusk's highly day evening, December 11th at the ., successful Treasure Chest. Thou- home of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Martin By Thomas R>d w«...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

wmmmmmmmmmrn. -* MÍfciáft 8 I for Thalian Club Hears Talk ByMcKeownAtDec. Meet The Rusk Hiilun Club held its: exchange of gifts among members traditional Christmas party last at the conclusion of the meeting. Thursday at the home of M r s. After refreshments were served Henry Guenzel with Mrs. C. M. the president, Mrs. Allen Dotson, Shaw as co-hostess. conducted a brief business meet- As the members arrived refresh- ing, acknowledging the club's do- ments were served from the dining nation of gifts to patients at Rusk table, beautifully appointed in the state Hospital. Christmas motif. Its cover was Rev. Jim McKeown, pastor of St. green felt with red sequined poin Luke's Episcopal Church in Rusk, settas, and the centerpiece was a also churches in Jacksonville and Christmas arrangement of sprayed Crockett, was introduced as guest magnolia leates and red Christmas [ speaker for Thursday's meeting, balls. Cherry tarts topped with The minister talked on the origin whipped cream, assorte...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

A Family TThaft Prays Together RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OP GOO Tutor. REV . J. A GRIFFIN Wedneaday Prayer Meeting WJI.C. Friday — 2pm. Morning Wor*hip — 11 a.m.. Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m., Suodaf Evening Wor«Jup — 7:30 p.m., Ssadur FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni* H. Webb, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 0 45 a. rn Morning Worship. 11:00 a m. Training Union, 6:30 p ro. Evening Worship, 7 30 p.m. Youth Fellowship. 8:30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:13 Cboir Practice P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne iVwrron Sunday School, 0 43 am. Morning Wo.nhip 11 00 am Training Union (1:30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday evening service 7 30 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, oasrtor Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship Service, 11 am, BTU, 7 pm. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Midweek Worship, Wed night, 7:30 pm SEVENTH-DAY AOVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Cartar, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m. Worship Service 11:00 Wed Night Service 7:30 Bible Lessons ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

. • 1&-; her Attend Church of Yow Choic uraday JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES BBf v, *J% mum mm ■■ . . M ? %$k LSI- ^ 1 ■ -; :¡;V RMMi Évv ~ J 1-#^ 1 liilll > Hbíé^^W^ I n JS .. ilifsil ,^>s i, ,| L* ^ • *¡§1 ■■■ ilillll B P ¡ It is a grand 2nd good. feeling to have one's physical needs ied fully as this man has just done with a delicious meal, and empty one can feel when he is forced to subsist on a meager These same principles work in man's spiritual nature. When 5 spiritual needs are met, there is an indescribable satisfaction h the Bible calls the peace of God. Contrariwise, when one ects his spiritual needs, there is a deep feeling of emptiness, itisfaction in life, a nameless longing. Don't let your soul suffer i malnutrition! Go to church this week and ev^ry week! —* 'ecncy d'* 'fPoiated W«fce othe Hi* demand for «, „ £ i0r *"d of love by loving hu ulr>°ttd to that th" Srounding inih, ; Without i°?rrent °* ioctrof God> no ^rch for ^Tkc'^ dS himself Mnd hit Um t « We'f ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

< * I1"" YOU'VE HARD ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that •AGE é THE CHEROKEEAN DtCUUM 17. II Indiana Governor Handley To Talk East Texas CC Meet LONG VIEW — Governor Harold business and for those employed in W Handley of Indiana will be • industry, indicating the fiacal ftabi- fealured speaker at the 34th an-jUty of the atate as a prime factor nual Eairt Texas Chamber of Com Central Baptist Circles MARY SUE LOCKARD CIRCLE in the industrialization of this al- j vn.T.K—Mrs. W. G. Wiseman, ready important industrial state 419 n eches, was hostess Monday ' We have not done this with a afternoon for the Mary Sue Lock- big, high pressure advertising cai^|ard circle of the Woman's Mission paign, since our industrial promo- j ary i;jjion 0¡ central Baptist tion budget is among the lowest <^,urch. in the nation," Üie Governor con Mrs w H Bramlette, chairman, employment in Indianapolis recent- eluded, indicating that government- prf.sl(je<j at the business s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 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 Tosb Feature Editors Richard Tackett, Martha Coker, Wanda Westbrook, Fay Birkelbach SP*" Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Editorial by Donna BoHtwoll Christmas is truly the time of peace on earth, good will toward men. It contains a spirit which no other season of the year possesses —one which has the power to wipe tears from the eyes of a tiny child and cause a smile to erase the frown of an indifferent man, Christmas is the people rushing to and fro purchasing mountains of gifts. Christmas is the gleam in the eyes of a mother and a father as they prepare the surprises for their darling ones. Christmas is Santa Claus and all his reindeer gliding through snowy skies to reach the destination of happiness in hundreds of tiny hearts. Christ- mas is love of old friends, new friends, family, and strangers. Christmas is a my...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 December 1959

\ pac* • THE CHEROKEEAN oecEMsm 17, iw Forest Fire Prevention ¡Death Waits For 200 In Hints Long Christmas Season j cannot breathe under INTERESTING PACTS Benjamin Franklin is author the statement, "Nothing if certain but death and taxes." Minerva was the goddess of Wisdom. Europe is named for the goddess . One-hundred and eleven persons j "The best I cap say is that I hope Europa The greatest cause of forest fire nearest building or wooded area; tion and use of s safe trash burn Rural homes and other valuable wi„ dj<p violentJy in Texas traffic we are wrong. We can be wrong whales in East Texas is careless burning «> «te* J"* ¡TtaSl ^HéSTÍZ your ~c,d«oU Junngythe ^hcoming if Texal motoriiU ^ uke com_ water. «f trató around homes jZliw neighbors and yourself by checking predictMmf «teasS'by the 'LL mon sense Precautions in driving. -1 READ THE WANT AOS Over 300 forest fires arc^cau«d hJU and other ",e,y hy M,n« ™V<red with the Texas Forest Service on D(>partment ol ^bhc ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

'fiaund . . . Town IfloundaJ&out Christmas is «bout all Hurt I ♦his week, so Roundabout adds his greetings to the multitude oí 'Mer- ry Christmases' everybody is "wish- ing everybody . . . Rusk has had its share of Christ- mas events. One oí our favorites is the home decorations contest, won this year by the S. L. R. Cart- lidges. Folks hero put a lot of work into making our city a moro beauti- ful placo at Christmastime. Glad to seo thorn oof some recognition. Other winners in the contest were Mrs. Nina Sherman's familiar front yard scene and the W. E. Gabbert home. NEWS COVERAGE COUNTYW1DE Combining the newsgathoring facilities of Jacksonville agencies in the most completo news medium in Cherokee County. . The Cherokeean local TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 DECEMBER 24, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 24 PAGES NUMBER 27 ■t, *"■ • Good to too our friends Elma Mu- stek, Jr., County C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN OCCEMBEK 34, WW PRfS l J í¡-, ; !. ^' -7 £$T.\lk>4f<eO iuk i >. '•*/ « KioNefc* STATE CAPITAL NEWS * Cheryl, and Laura Boatwright All She will return to college after the are resident* or students at Keene, holidays. Texas. Miss Ma urine Moore, a student Entered as accond ciaaa matter at the postafftee at Rus*. Texa* under Act of Marcfc 3. KM E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Commander Robert E Peary _ ACCENTUATE POSITIVE—Tex- Dr. Peavy moves to the depart- Many church circles and c 1 u b s at Union College in Lincoln, Ne-' discovered the North Pole on April T ../ Pr^Ti Association as safe drivers will be rewarded to ments top post after having served adopt" a ward each year, give a braska, is at home with her parents 6. 1&00 At'STIN For millions of Ter the tune of a $20,000.000 «aving in as director of the communicable party a month, and get each patient Mr and Mrs. O. H. Moore of Rusk. READ THE WANT AOS an* nothing will ¡wf-m so imp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

m*m YOB* G. I DEALER APPUANCE SALES and SERVICE "W* Scrvic* What W. S.ll" All Type Of ELECTRIC WIRING and WIRING SUPPLIES REFRIGERATION SERVICE TV and RADIO SERVICE GRAY ELECTRIC Jacksonville 309 E. Commerce Phone 8114 Merry Christmas Happy New Year Southwestern States Telephone Co. Rusk, T GUINN INSURANCE AGENCY Rusk, Texas ¿ Merry Christmas To One and All! SHERIFF ALLEN DOTSON and DEPUTIES ALERT! Easy Marshmallow Crispy Treats Care Of Plants On New Year's Resolution List By Gertie Fry For additional information con- cerning the care of plants you might have received during the holidays, we suggest the following methods: For pest control there is a 3-way insecticide and fungicide that comes in a small sifter top pack- age. By dusting every week or so, it is possible to keep many plant pests from getting started. For feeding complete plant food in tablet form has been used for many gardeners with success. Plants should be fed at the rate of 2 tablets to a 6-inch pot with complete pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

SF an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean Cherokeean«. * 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 New! 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 iou* times daily. In y0Ur County's most popular and mo J 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 ft happens. READ the most comprehensive Local News cov~- age in die county*

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

y#r caned ma by «ornea ta¡ Habeas Corpus literally •you may have the body." . Merry ¡ Christmas! And,Thank You forYour ^4LPatronage" .•k, ' V ¿¿yV ;•«* pP LEWIS BANKS Rusk, Texas * * To Our Friends! Summers Bldg. Materials Rusk, Texas <yMv-?L Once agaii, the wonderful story of oir Savior's Birth is ■etei...Herry Christmas! Sheffield Steel Division of ARMCO Rusk, T« B TO OUR FRIENDS May your Christmas be merry, gay, and bright as the twinkling baubles that bedeck your tree! RUSK READY MIX CO. -fv • V w ' Vfc m W" 1 V# WHO'S WHO Several of the Rusk citizens pictured above will declare this is not such an old picture. Its condition would suggest that it pre-date3 atomic energy and tubeless tires, but its ex- act date will be witheld. If you know them a n d if you can be the first to identify all the people in it, you will be given a year's free subscription to the Rusk Cherokeean. The picture was submitted by J. P. Jared. It is a gathering of the Methodist Men's Sunday School class....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

Have Your Christmas Dinner at the TEXAS CAFE In Rusk The Texas Cafe * jH observe regulm hour* on Chri tme* Day. We will serve • special Christmas Dinner. Family Groups Are Especially Invited To Dine With Us and Urged To Make Appointments Now. This Bright Wish We Send To You... MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE GLOWING AND MERRY! QUINTON'S RESTAURANT Hifhwiy 69 Rusk, Texas OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS MANNING GRO. Cr MKT. Rutk, Ttxat if I 4- and, thank you for your patronage! iop •AGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 24, 1999 Shrubs And Bulbs Make Good Gifts Wise And Foolish THEN ...BETHLEHEM If there'* a gardening friend on your Christina* Jut, you are on safe ground if you plan to give him a flowering ahrub A viait to your nursery will be a revelation to you We have a number of good nurseries in Cherokee County. They have an assortment of many varíe ties of beautiful flowering plants arid there's one to fit every pocket book Your nurseryman will give: you detailed instructions that shou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

wsmg, i jin lie ro In- in- ge. er I JOYEUX NOEL TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS AND LOYAL CUSTOMERS! SEARS Rusk, Texas m BRIGHTEST WISHES WE SEND TO YOU! llRL k PARKS CLEANERS Rusk, Texas Tte wish, Sarta M foe p. Sp* out fcrn Ckistms a* i lift)iiira tool RullUf't Looking Ahead LOOK WORLD: WE FAILED AGAIN America's latest space-probing | missile, loaded with millions of dollars of mechanical brains and other electronic devices and head- ed for the Moon, has fizzled miser- ably before the eyes of the world. Why? Why did it fizzle? And why must the whole world have been invited to watch the spectacle of this major failure in America's space research? For a long time I have been pondering these ques- tions as one after another of our most heralded rockets have been exploding within camera range, then falling earthwards in firey, spectacular demonstrations of fail- ure. Communist Russia could scarely gain more were her dedicated a- gents actually handling the public- ity and the launching of ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

Miss Betty Lou Trovis Feted With Teo In Devenport Home J'VILLE—Miss Betty Lou Travis, with a tea Wednesday afternoon bnde-elect of Robert Drake Wilkes jn the home of Mrs J L Deven- 0t FOrt WOrth' w"comD,lrm'ntcd port. 90S Edgewood Drive. Mi** mmmm■■—mmmmr Elaine Devenport was co-hostesa WONDER FAX Panic if occidcnt found The tea table was laid with a green net doth centered with a gold arrangement of fruit and pine cones in a gold compote Miss Ann McCoolsm was at the silver ser- vice and a salad course and Christ- mas cookies were served Approximately fifteen mothers and daughter* attended. 0 In Canada a gallon measures almost five quarts When the Liberty Kell cracked in 1835 it was tolling for the death of John Marshall APWCCIATf THE OPPORTUNITY TO RU YOU* PRESCHIPTfONS. m li CHAPMAN PHARMACY Ph. *".U 3-41W Rush. Texas A Merry Christmas TO ALL from Babcock Bros. Rusk, Te*es CM HEY KIDS Be The Special Guests Of J. C. WILLIAMS and CITIZENS STATE BANK Member O F.D.I.C. at o'ir FREE ki...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

Veterans Pension Rules Unchanged By New Law The new pension law effective i mentó for veterans' widows and next July 1, in no way changes the basic eligibility requirements for a veteran seeking a pension. P. J. l(ims. Manager of the Veterans Administration Regional Office in Waco said today. The veteran still must be totally and permanently disabled from causes not traceable to his service, must have 90 days or more of hon- orable wartime service, and an in-1vice come below prescribed limits. Raising the present income limits of $1400 a year for a single veteran and $2700 a year for a veteran with wife or child to $1800 and $3000 respectively, the new pension law attempts to relate the amount of pension to need. Veterans with higher income will receive lower pension payments and those with smaller incomes will receive larger pensions when the law becomes effctive. But the basic eligibility require- ments remain unchanged, Mims re- iterated, in contrast to the require- children Wido...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

PA6I 2 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 24, 1*5* HAPPY HOLIDAY ... k psrad* make* II m happy holiday for children Erery year Mary's of New York ha a gigantic pre- Ckrtatinu parade. Here excited yoongmters wmtrh the (ay «pec- Uflt. They are hating the Ume W their lives and the scene will be repeated in bandreds of towns throughout the (oontrjr thin Christ- Uato Them an Angel Appeared Saying. He is Born ... The ^rince of Peace I Cherokee County Abstract Company Rusk, Tex what I Rusk Folks are doing Mr*. Carl Hunt and ion Jimmy Evan of Dallas were S o n d a y gueiti of Mr and Mr . T. M. Sher- man and Mr Noye Preston. Dan Heard motored to Waco Fri- day after their daughter Kahlan who will spend the Christmas holi- days at home. j Dr and Mrs I. M Watson of Vandervoortt, Ark , are spending the Christmas holidays with their son in law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Morris Hassell, Morns Jr and Charles Robert. Mr and Mrs John Ezell of Fort Worth arrived Friday to spend the holidays with parents Mr. and Mr...

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