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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

•'■-■i m Christmas is a gift that belongs to us all... but in our merry-making, let us not forget the true meaning of the day! RUSK JEWELERS Rusk, Texas It'* The Uw Robert's Rules Rule Over Political Confabs, P-TA's ROBERT'S RULES Whether it's the nomination of a presidential candidate at one of the national political conventions, or the monthly meeting of your neighborhood PTA, a set of pro- cedural rules compiled 80 years ago by an almost-forgotten Army General usually has much to do with the way the business is con- ducted. You have probably heard of "Ro- bert's Rules of Order" which was ¡published in 1876. General Henry M. Robert ordered only 4,000 of | his original edition, but since that ¡time almost 1,500,000 copies have been printed. The rules have been modernized from time to time, but the revisions have been slight. Actually the rules for conducting a meeting go back to the early days of the English Parliament, although General Robert based his upon the rules and practice ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 DECEMBER 34. 1*59 Mistletoe Decorative, But Makes Deadly Tea Mistletoe is fine when cast in its traditional Christmastime role, but brewing a tea of mistletoe berries is not—repeat, is not — part of that role The National Clearinghouse for Poison Control Centers has a re- cord of death following the drink-; in* of mistletoe berry tea. It came 10 hoars after the victim drank the brew ¿^666 There are more than the usual hazards to life and health around the American home during t h e Christmas season, all capable of ; putting a damper on festivities Some kill, some seriously sicken the unwary. Holly, for example, is widely used as a Christmas decoration Its berries are reportedly toxic when eaten, producing violent nausea 'and central nervous system de- pression Christmas tree bubbling fluid, j made of methylene chloride, is ; lethal in certain dosages. Cases have occurred where very young ) children have swallowed or inhaled the 'luid. Pireplace colors are made ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

COMPLIMENTS Of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J, A. STATON Building Materials Cook Paint* — Phone B317 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phone 8204 BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliments 1206 W. Laritte — Phone 4160 H and J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 101 Yt N. Main — Phone 2-0226 EARL M. GAY (Distributor) tf Gulf Oil Products — Phone 8624 ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY ,-tó ■ > S^-5K o< s5sSH MM mm \&t"" ^ ^ s * £ A V- > ^ / rtf iiijt •-v v >: .:<$£&c£kv'. ;%&.•. .^S^s-.v&v.y.y.-. ■m Mi- >:SÍSÍ;ÍÍÍ: iwSÍÍ** pwte, .• -V ... ' Imm W SSSS 1 A 5i| ? -m ÉSÉ! ?■ - ' : X •>" •í;ír GIBBS ELECTRIC CO. Your Satisfaction — Our Guerw 410 Commerce — Phone >721 HILLENCAMP ENGINEERING CO. Hew Amiable Are Thy Tabernacles O Lord Of Hosts W. E. PIERCE LUMBER COMPANY Ail Kinds of Building Materials and Contracting — Phone 7175 RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION "Keep Your Credit Good" JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS PETRI WELDING & MACHINE ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

PACE é THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 34, It Christmas Eve Service Set At St. Luke Church IV traditional Christmas Eve service at St Lake's Episcopal Church has been set tor this Thurs pastor, Rev. Jim McKeown. Hoiy Communion will be ob- served with all attending persons invited to participate, and persons oí all faiths are extended an invit- ation to be present for this special wen-ship service. 0 0 Double 1 Sania Clau* Male monquitoes live on flowers, 4ty, at 10 o'clock, according to the while females live on animals. m By Roy ft FieMs A S WAS his custom during * a Christmas week of each year, George Brandon leaned against a pillar in the toy department of the big store, and watched the kiddies. Whenever, with a particularly hungry look, a child picked up a toy or eyed one longingly, George raised his hand. This was a signal to 'he clerk that the price of the toy was on him George was no millionaire. It was )ust that, not having folks ol his own to buy Christmas presents for. he spent hi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

HHHhIÉÉHIí HttMM: Él i . . '• The, muer Dorothy Boys KilUn YOUNG Mrs. Frank Sanderson hung up the telephone receiver and stared bleakly at the beauti- fully set dining table. The Santa Claus sleigh centerpiece filled with red and white striped candy canes, the sprig of holly at each place setting, the gleaming silver—was it all to be for nothing? "I'm so terribly sorry," her mother had just said over the phone. "We simply aren't going to be able to make it for Christmas dinner. The roads are just a sheet of ice—" "Oh, Mother!" Eva had ex- claimed. "It won't seem like Christmas at all without you here. And Frank and I were so excited about it being our first time to have the family." "I knew how disappointed you'd be, Eva," Mother answered. "But Dad says it's just impossible." "Oh, Frank!" Eva was close to tears. "It's going to seem so queer without Mom and Dad." "I know how you feel, honey," Frank put an arm around her comfortingly. "And what's more, dinner m "I know how you feel, h...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

PAGE a THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 24, 1959 'Deathwatch' Readied For Surge of Holiday Traffic Faced with what is expected to nounccd its prediction of 111 per- • tsainat all driver* who «peed, coin- become one of the most deadly tona to die 1n traffic accidenta dur m,i right-of-way violation*, drive firms z zzszttstssi is IIo'ok- 23 "H — «*•«— * ríídjin .1 lorn* for U* «Mm „ ™*. „ . .... ^ .11 wilhio U )r powf lo m«k« «urgí Wotaufw of ytilMidi dri* ^ •■>■ •< ■> ">'• Ibnr holidM U-ip. ufe nd pie.- jn ,'year conduct it* Operation Death-, Mnt. Col Homer Garmon Jr direc- wateh during this holiday period • driver i* hi* own best pro- ' J™? ' ' counting all violent death* in Tex- , f K n r^.n who pet« he tor of the Texas DPS, has announ- . . rw,.r*m<.nf !cclor person who get* r e ced that every available man radar prediction by Department f|jn(j tfM. wj,eej an automobile ceo UMt every avaiiaoie man. ra oar Sutisüdja N K woerner indicat- .fav rfmrt,ntiv tn avniHl device and othe...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

•« lie nstíta- itained volun- eal in- OS "" m m 'is® tm I ■ ■E 11 I í-m 'm Buying Selling? Renting Services .< Employment Shorts from our exchanges THE DECEMBER 24, 1959 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 1 underprivileged of the county. — Palestine Herald Press. Male mosquitoes live on flowers, while females live on animals. —L FOk sale SALE 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 «ill furnish plans and specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3 2802. M. L. Carlisle. I Rusk. tfe-26 NICE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon- roe Street For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jackson- ville. J-tfc-32 ÍRICK HOMES FOR SALE: "Ñew brick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc-32 Watches GMts rt% to 50% Of* Sea us before you buy. Summers Jewelry ) S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 GOOD HOUSE KOR~S~Anl1...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 DECEMBER 14, 1W uletide Greetings Once again the world waits, hushed, cbc BjKk birth of the in!aot Jetos. Once again thoughts turn to love and kindness and charity. It is a truly wonderful time. May its joy be yours. FIELDS HEATH & HEATH HARDWARE Jacksonville C^otta Many Happy Returns of the DayI Christmas would not be complete for us if we failed to extend our •incerest best wishes to our many friends and customers! J. A. STATON BUILDING MATERIALS Jacksonville We give you wishes warm enough to last through the holiday season and through the coming year! WHAT Rusk Folks Atf DOING Mr and Mrs James Lightly and Mrs Edwin Dickey and daughter children Jon Mark and Martha of Angela attended the wedding of Pasadena returned home Tuesday their niece and cousin. Miss Mary after visiting for several days with Ann Dickey and Charles Loving Mrs. Lightly's parents, Mr. and at Port Worth Sunday afternoon. Mrs L H. Evans. Mrs. Sig/ried Urdal was hostess Mrs George Prancla...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

Annual Christmas Party Held For B&PW Club Fri It's High Time For Eggnog Dessert The Business and Professional; Her table was covered with red chicken and fruit salad, stuffedjhouse occupied the opposite end Women's Club of Rusk enjoyed a j net and felt over linen. The center- celery, olives, pickles, assorted' of the table. The house was ela- progressive dinner party Friday piece was done in angels and cand- j crackers, and coffee. The table was' borately decorated throughout in evening, December 18th, beginning les featuring red and white colors, covered with a lace cloth, and was the yuletide theme. at the home of Mrs. Mildred Ful- i The entire house carried out the centered with a red net Christmas j lee cream mtace meat pie and ton, where eggnog was served.! holiday motif. Cheese cracker*, nuts and mints. From there the group progress- were also served by the hostess, jed to Mrs. Essie Madden s for P 1,M GREETINGS W« mm* to «fend oar iheixil timfe to mt pafroM md UmIt ImhSm ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

IPS®? I PACI 4 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 17, Europe is Europa. for the goddess. Hippopotamus means river bone May your Christmas J* m^rrr and joyful aV • . . and your New Year filled with prm. JJ* perity and real happine**. ^7/ DIAMONT b LACY AUTO SUPPLY Frank and Buddy Jacksonville ME REV CHRISTMAS <♦ First State Bank Party Held Wed. First State Hank personnel and their guests were entertained with a dinner party Wednesday, Dec ember 16th at Quinton's Restau- rant. Twenty gue&ts were welcomed by Lloyd Pipes, and were extended Christmas greetings by Jeff Austin and E. B Musick Decorations featured the holiday theme, with red and white pre dominating. The principal center piece was of red and white carna- tions Red candles with miniature Sania C I a u s figurines also de corated the banquet table Following the rib eye steak din ncr. employees each received a month's salary as a Christmas pre-; sent. 0 Longs Hosts Christmas DinnerParty Saturday niKht, December 19th, Mr and Mrs V....

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

I East Texans Will Long Remember November Fires HENDERSON — The month of die of November. There was very and situation was right. Lots of November 1959 will long be re- few fires until November 24. This control burning was being done membered as one of the worst fire large amount of rainfall caused an1 Most people were unaware of the seasons in East Texas. abundant growth of grass and' danger which had been building This terrible fire situation was weeds. The sudden hard freeze and up day by day brought on by many natural and numerous frosts killed or cured the 0n November * 4 thin,a unnatural circumstances. O n e grass and weeds overnight. This Jl" Sm.tinr« might think that we have had was followed by several dry winds j ^ oÍTTÜKÍLÍT! enough rain this year to keep fires from the North which added to wina was relatively calm the Teias d.™ This w- true until the mid- Ik. cum„g of ,he fuel, «„,j Majority of Texos Automobile Owners Will Benefit From Safe Driviig Insurance Plan THE CHER...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN •AGE é DECEMBER 14, IWf HELLO WOULD! I'M HERE! I'm Vickey Jo Jordan, and my Jame Gregory Spence -«<•^ emss.'Tj arrived in the! _ . Nan Tram HotpiUl at Jackson j C. Jordan, I was born December v|)le ^ parenU are 1Mb at Nan Travis Hospital and Mr and Mrs Orren Spence of my trandparcnLs are Mr and Mrs Rusk His grandparents are Mrs C. j Damon Ramey of Reklaw and Mr D Joplin and Mr and Mrs G. B Vera Partin of Rusk. Spence. all of Henderson Dowdy-Roberts Marriage Solemnized In Athens "whose birth pay v9 it? */ Spoiuored By Central Baptut Church The marriage of Mm Carol Sue bride and bridegroom knelt at a Dowdy and Lieutenant Forrest prie dieu which was pillowed with Earle Roberts, Jr, was solemnized white satin and outlined in smi at five o'clock Tuesday evening, lax. i December 22. in the First Metho- Given in marriage by her father 1 dist Church in Athens, Texas. the bride chose an original formal The bride ia the daughter of length gown fashioned of silk deep i United...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 December 1959

Hi. iry and •pent rene Leake. fy afraid | accident Jon per- oyages to Christmas Luncheon Held Wed. The Rusk Garden Club met Wed- nesday, December 16th at Quin- ¡ton's for their annual Christmas luncheon. The table arrangement was nade of styrofoam candy canes, snow balls, red candles with Santa climbers, and red ribbon bows on ribbon wrapped base. On the mantle was a beautiful arrange- ment in a madonna accented with colorful Christmas balls. Individual tables for four were centered with red candles and greenery. Place cards were gold i bells tied with red ribbon. The menu included hot chicken i mornay, English peas, mashed pota- I of SS JS- Along with the countless wishes you will be receive ing on- Christmas may we add our own? And we hope that good fortune will follow you all through the New Year ahead. CHEROKEE HARDWARE Jacksonville mmw CHRISTHlflS a'* ' jAKD a DOSGOATE (J OOD JVEW y§A&! mmKW i ■ HAWS' SHOES Jacksonville m fli j I .t am ^Jlad tidings of great joy and glad- n...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE I DECEMBER 24, 1959 National Finals Rodeo Opens Five-Day Run In Dallas Sat. DALIAS — The first National Final* Rodeo the climactic wind- up to the 1959 rodeo season, will open a five-day run Saturday. Dec. 26, in the State Fair Livestock Coli- seum here. The historic new "world series" of rodeo will have ten gorounds or performances, al 2 and 8pm daily during the five days of the rodeo There will be a complete section of competition at each goround in saddle bronc and bareback riding, bull nding, steer wrestling and calf roping, and all qualified con testants will compete at cach go round The National Finals features many "firsts" for the sport of ' rodeo. It is the first rodeo in his- | tory in which only the top rnoney- wwtneri of the year are qualified i to compete. It is the first cowboy • contest for which the best burking stock from all over the nation was , hand picked on the basis of per formanre throughout the year ft is also the first world's champ ions...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

Uterofllm S«rvic* * f O Box 8066 1 ' Hound . . . Town Haunda&oiit WAS READING Boyo* House's latest Book, "At I Wat Saying." Roundabout has been a life long friend of the gentleman, and en- joyed it a great deal . . . HOUSE WRITES with a humor that is all his own . . . HE TELL OF 9 WAYS to Kill A Good Town . . . They are: 1. Don't attend any civic meet- ings; but if you do, arrive late. 2. Never accept an office. It is easier to criticize than to do things. 3. Do nothing more than ab- solutely necessary, but when other* use their ability to help matters along, howl that the town is being run by a clique. 4. If you have a suggestion to offer, do not think of going to the authorities in charge—just yell to the world at large. 5. Get "sore" if you are not ap- pointed on a committee, such as the park board, cemetery board or public relations committee; but if you are appointed, do net attend committee meetings. 6. Get good and mad at some members of the organization. 7. Be pessimisti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

PAGE * THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 31, 1959 of know-bow and marksmanship your gun slowly Aim for hi* head, J for a sportsman to bring home his if you use a rifle, so you won't ruin b*« limit. good meat. Almost everyone who totes a gun practice will make you near- J hunts squirrels now and then. In perfect in this precision shooting j fact, squirrel hunters' ages range Sulk¡09 Is Harder from the gray-headed gentleman: who has prowled the woods for , years, to the blue leaned kid with 1 his fir t .22. Looking Ahead ... Steel Strike Hurt Everybody cant loss of all is to the competí-1manufacturers cannot compete. When the 500,000 striking steelj Uve position of American industry i The steel strike boost-id again the /irultlklyou ^mav^'fhink "you atc wwrker* returned to the mills in in the world and domestic markets, production costs of the most basic (reeoin? auietlv throuch the «"d-'Vovember in obedience to thej Foreign-made goods of all kinds item in American commerce— woods, but to a bus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER II. lWt page 3 # give you TEXAS By Boye* House The slopes rising /rom the high- way in East Tennessee are, in places, covered with such profuse growth of honeysuckle that only the head of a boy who was walking on a path could be seen. In a small town, on the court- house lawn, a marker told that on this spot once stood the tailor shop of Andrew Johnson. Knoxville has a firm with an un- usual name, "Human Furniture Company." Some filling stations there were giving away two pounds of sugar with the purchase of seven gallons of gasoline. A sign in the vicinity of the University of Ten- nessee reads, "Slow Students Cross- ing." (We have a few slow students in Texas, too.) The driver of a bus really has to be an artist at handling the big vehicle. At Knoxville, the space in- to which each is parked is so small that a man who was sitting spraw- lingly on a bench had to be honked at to pull in his feet so the bus IF YOU HAVE- dbpvd moved ■old out been shot had a bao...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN OECEM8ED 31, 1959 Ross-Gibson Vows Repeated In Double Ring Ceremony J'VILLE—The marriage at Miss sleeves tapered to petal points at Mae Sherrell Gibson and Piaster the wrists. A tucked cumberbund Rrers Boss was solemnized at 7:30 spanned the waist with a peplum pan. Thursday evening. December in a crescendo of fullness at the 24, in the First Baptist Church. I center back over the bouffant skirt. ¡ The bride is the daughter of Eld The bride carried a bouquet of ¡ and Mrs. C. E Gibson of Potosi. white carnations centered with a Missouri. The bridegroom is the Pln* carnation. H e r Moulder, son of Mr and Mrs C H Ross. 636 len«th wiI wa* MU«ht to * "Un and pearl tiara. The Rev Gerald Kellar perform ¡ . Th* britir w « «tlended by Miss ed the double ring ceremony be- Sa!1* Anne ilchlroy of San Augus- fare the altar which was lighted Une- " majd of honor tnd , with white Upers in candelabra Tommy Wiwns of Jacksonville, mUh nosegays of giant white mums •' ">«tron o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

\ks 'ng 1 Heard Jim holi- |Mrj. w. In. Dan Je*ta in fith Mr. and James over ok of and Jack of San of Lin- are iversity La veil Smith Christ- Jer Mrs. apanied Weekend. El M*n been ft mass very ifs guess can ices at he. 1^6 LY O 9j J r<o w7 \ i^IiWfc ' /— mm / x I0XV6EN KÍíííSí xj^sSxJíí?:: m We're giving "Old 1959" one last breath of life with an exciting 19c and 59c Sale! Dozens of fine foods-including traditional New Year's favorites-at special 19c and 59c prices that mean top savings for you! And remember, all through 1960 you'll continue to get bese for less at Piggly Wiggly! Happy New Year! k V Garden Fresh Produce GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 ... 19* YELLOW ONIONS 4 19c CALAVOS 2 For 19? TURNIP GREENS 2 19? Good Luck In 1960 BLACKEYE GLADIOLA MEAL CRACKER BARREL CRACKERS CLOROX DEL MONTE CATSUP STAR PAK VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 PLYMOUTH OLEO KRAFT DINNERS lb. Bag PEAS AKER BISCUITS SCOTT TISSUE 30NNIE BAKER Guaranteed Top Quality Meats JOHL >• 12< DECKER'S KORN KIST SLICED BACOR - 29...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

Prays Together Stays To: RUSK CHURCHES CHEROKEE COUNTY'S ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor. REV. J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M C Friday — 2 pm. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A Service — 7 pm, Sundaf Evening Worship — 7:30 p.OL, Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LmaI* H. Webb, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Schf>ol. 9 45 a m Morning Worship, 11.00 am. Training Union. 6 30 p m Evening Worship, f 30 p m Youth Fellowship. 8:30 p m Wednesday Prayer Mfptir.g 7 15 Chf<ir Practice P 00 p in. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wavn«? ^ Sunday School 0 45 a -n Morning Worship 11 00 a m Training Union 6 30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday evening service 7:88 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, castor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. BTU. 7 p m. Evening Worship, 8 p m. Midweek Worship, Wed. night. 7:30 pm. SEVENTH-OA Y 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 S...

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