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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

ther Attend Church of Your Choice Sunday *sv :f® |k<#* ;--P' m :^ES4s &^S i® JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES ? mM m* r*-: KIMl • BIBLE, FAMILY, CHURCH CENTERED We lay plans for the building of our homes, budgeting our incomes, and chart our ambitions for the future. In spiritual matters we need also to plan our course. Let God's word be the guide, and include the whole family in this study. As we look to architects to guide us and put our plans-into effect^ we should also look to the church for help in guiding our spiritual lives. Men have spent years studying and searching God's word so that we might know His will for our lives. The church welcomes all to fellowship, and wishes to share the knowledge of God's word with all. Go, seek, and learn. 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 his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God¿ no government or society or ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

PAGE • THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 31. 19 'Engineered Wood' Holds New Promise For Lumber Industry I960 OUTLOOK: MORE ENGINEERING OF WOOD As 1960 approach* , one of the brightest meteors on the construe Probing further, the USFTL staff of srientútí also succeeded in corn- Pine it (Trade-marked, the user to According to the Southern Pine assured that the lumber to proper Association, not only homes with \y teasoned *«*1 «din* but also thoee with _____ stucco and brick veneer on the ex "WOOD ERAME" ferior walls, all have hidden luro- Some people have misUken n<* ber structures They would qualify¡ ! (ions of what constitutes a "wood equally as "wood frame homes frame" house. A common fallacy in the strict sense of the term, is to assume the term applies only to homes with wood siding on the exterior walla. Actually, it READ THE CLASSIFIEDS ft«nie ▼< ikcose with of all homes in the U. S. of an eight story building. G ii TIMBER TITANS ___ em-j At their apex, glued laminated puting stren...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

Renting f [ Services Employment w 49c m 59< c 7or Bost Results READ AND USE THE FOR SALE for SALE: I have 12 lots, about g blocks from Courthouse, 1 block Aff 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 3-3802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 Central heating. All city utilities. Well located. Very low down pay- ment. Call Harry S. Tosh. MU 3- 4618 6-t-p-27 FOR SALE: 5 acres adjacent to Hanna addition. Deep Lake. Im- mediate sale price $1,500. Contact W. L. Rabe, Rt. 1, Point, Texas. M-p-27 NICE 3 bedroom home, 815 Mon roe Street. For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 0137 Jackson- ville. J-tfc-32 FOR SALE: Universal gas cook stove, table top. Excellent condi- tion. Mrs. Herbert Osborne. MU 32712 l-t-c-27 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New brick homes in Crestview addi- tion. Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modera and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris HasseH or Clyde Caathen, Rusk. tfc-32 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

PACE 1 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 31, 1959 STATE Capital News their budgets to meet the extra coat. Truckers finally passed a bill est/v i..*r,eO iwt-r a. im; as THf Piontfeh Entered ta second class matter at the postaf/ice at Kius. Texas aoder Act of March 3. 187Í EL H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN By Vern Ssnford T*aas Press Association u *. ,n they'd been pushing for some year AUSTIN —As the year draw* to , , ' , . , .... - ■ . . , f . . to raise the truck load limit from ' d~ "' 12ZK " TEACHER PAY — Question of whether a fourth special session should be called to raiae money to for looking many arc sure will be the "ailver lined sixties." But 1059 was an eventful year Any erroneous reflection upot, the cJ r**i«*r suido in« or repu- te uoc of any person, firm, or corporation wmch may appear <n the íolumns oí this newspaper will tie gladly corrected upon being brwignt lw Attention of the publisher. ____ SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

'D[m.eL0pens Firsf Birth Defects Center A birth defects study center, the first of its kinc designed to combine clini- cal treatment with research and teaching, has just been officially opened at Colum- bus, Ohio. It is supported by funds from the New March of Dimes, which is now engaged in its January campaign for contributions to fight three major crip- pling diseases including, besides birth defects, ar- thritis and polio. Medical experts say that birth delects are the biggest unmet childhood medical prob- lem in the United States today. There are more than 600 differ- ent kinds oí birth defects, or "congenital malformations/' as they are called by doctors. They range all the way from harelip and clubfoot to mental retarda tion. Some 250,000 American babies are born each year with one or more significant birth defects; and about half of this number are doomed to a life- time of serious illness or crip- pling. About 34,000 infants each year are stillborn because of these afflictio...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 December 1959

ItMUWán' UW ív-#? íte THÉ CHEROKEEAN pAce ix DfCEMSER 31. 1W* State Was Third In Fresh Market Vegetables in '59 ROUNDABOUT <Co«Nmm4 From P«#o Om) TIm Kwsfc Stat* Hospital, is aftvc a few day vitit with hit 4|P daughter in Mm* . . . Ha and Mn Texas ranked third amone all value of $14,102,000 Watermelons Castnar *n¡ey*d Christmas up state* in acreage and production was second high with 108,000 acre north ... oi fresh market vegetables in 1950, harvested at a value of 10^825.000 —— according to a year-end summary The tomato harvest was valued WE'VE HEARD («*• «* cam issued by the Agricultural Market- et $4.044 000, while spinach, carrots mnh Ml J. W. "Dvte" ISAACS log Service. nd cantaloupes each accounted for "Cry" ipot .. , in Mm ad, broadcast: The state-by state report shows, more than «3 million. ovar KTLU, Dub cry*. Dinah Shore thai Texas had 14 3 percent of the Commercial Texas crops valued staffs for him in another OUR NEWEST INDUSTRY, Rusk Ready Mix Canereta Company, own- ad...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

M ^ u i >n\m gofvlc# Boca f> s*16* thautul Town 9ítí/t JlQUtidaiout NEWS COVERAGE COUNTYWIDE Combining the newsga'Sering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY' 5, 1XW Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 RUSK CHAMBER OF COM- MERCE members and friends en- joyed a fine banquet Tuesday even- ing. Dr. Chas. W. Castner, Super- Utilities, Construction Up intendenl of the Rusk State Hos- pital, was installed as president. Shelby Hood and Fred Lunsford are 1st and 2nd vice presidents, and Elma Musick, Sr. is treasurer. JANUARY 7, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 29 OUT GOING PRESIDENT Lloyd Pipes was praised for his hard work during the year. Our Cham- ber was without the services of a manager for a big part of his term. This made him a "working presi- dent." Despite the handicap of not having a manager, the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 JANUARY 7, 1*60 Jones Tells Candidacy For Commissioner Post Maydelle Reklaw by MRS MINNIE CONNER News News In announcing my candidacy for a aecond term as Commissioner for Precinct No 1, Cherokee County, I first want to «gain thank all of the people of the Precinct for their confidence shown in electing me to this office It is the twit job tfeat I ever had and I am treating i! aa such in giving my full time and attention to it; I have learned many things and feel sure that I can make you a better Commissioner in the future I'm sure that the people always consider the record made by any public official asking reelection, and because of this I hope you will pardon me for pointing out some things that have l een done during by term of office we now have some new road machinery and equipment to work with many miles of all weather roads have been constructed we have parti trularly tried to cooperate with all school* so thai rood bus route-, are constructed arid main...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

THE JANUARY 7, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 Buying \ Selling or Best Result i Renting •' (Services 1 r ■i r \ Employment READ AND USEJHS KJK SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block 0 if Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. 1 «ill furnish plans and specifica- tions and help you to finanee. Phone MU 3 2802. M L. Carlisle. Ru«k. tfc-26 MCE 3 bedroom home, fílñ Mon roc Street Kor sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, ÍH37 Jackson viBe. J t.fc-32 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New brisk home in Crestview addi tio i. Binin? room, kitchen, living room. Modem and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen. Rusk. tfc-S2 FOR SAÍ.E: New two bedroom how* in city limits, conveniently located. Call Mrs. Vernon Ross. MW 3-2277 4T MU 3-4243. tfe-11 Ilanna addition. Deep Lake. Im- mediate sale price $1,500. Contact W. L. Rabe, Rt. 1, Point, Texas. 5t-p-27 FOR S A L E: PROVEN CONSIS- TENCY.' ! IDEAL I1-3-W Strain Cross Leglicírn Layers—Winn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN pA«C 4 JANUARY 7, I960 FOLKS & FACTS FROM In & About Alto . i., new oí i .i <-r in.'Urtix i a' in picttin. J !.«-!'<• from left, I>r. r W. ('a-trn r, ¡,- and K. B. M<j-irk, Sr., tr<>a.Hurcr. VV. K. I)av. lent Fred l. ir ford ix not. pictured. i . ami ' r lit 1 r.rri• iiai.qucl, arc ; Sin-iby Hood, fir t vice-president; i. in.-tailing offlccrr. Second vi< >■ {jr<• i- Veterans Benefits Will More Than Triple Here RUSK Barton Named Soil Fertility Co ordinator Jack H fiarton has been named co-ordiriator for a soil fertility pro gram in five Fast Texas counties by the Texas Agricultural Kxten sion Service These counties in d title Cherokee Hopkins, Red Ri- ver, Smith and Wood "Increased income lo farmers by reducing costs is the aim of the program," says Steve Lilly, county agent, who will work with Hartón on thr- program ' Farmers a r e urged to apply those practices that will cut operating costs ori the farm to give them larger net profi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

üt ^WV.Í :■ v*'. ♦- <; ;?.MK WIN VfM AT rtty times daHy, KTLU, broadcasts serial numbers of lucky one dollar bills., which have been distributed at the par- ticipating sponsors piaces of business in Rusk. Shop here, ask for your change in dollar bills, then get set to listen tor the lucky numbers announced! You may win from $1.00^0 $5.00, to $10.00,to $15.00, to a handsome $169.50 television se¿ or $100 in cash. And all you have todo to win is to listen for your lucky serial number to be called on the LUCKY BILL CONTEST! Just ask for your Lucky Bills! MATHEWS- MILLER Complete Reduction On All Stock On The West Side In Rusk PIGGLY WIGGLY Rusk, Texas MACKS BAIT & TACKLE Minnows-Fishing Supplies Get Your Minnows In Oxygen Filled Plastic Bags, Guaranteed 24 Hours. RUSK JEWELERS Expert Repair Work Gifts For Every Occasion Sky-Wry Luggage South Side In Rusk J. C. WILLIAMS Your Cherokee County Rambler Dealer KNOX RAY MENS WEAR Clothes For The Particular Man South Side, Rusk TEXAS CA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

ASE « THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 7, 1960 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Look For Some Tom, Row Crop Prices This Year, Says Young Or. P. A. Yovn* Fanners probably should plant the same kinds of row crops that they are accustomed to raise This should include about an acre of tomatoes for tomato farmer- Buy- ers customarily look over ari area in May and early June to decide whether there are enousih tomatoes for opening a parking shed there This method is undesirable f o r farmers because they wish to know about a dependable tomato market before they plant the seed' Efforts are being made to arrange for to- mato buyers for next spring How ever, we can depend on the tomato cannery and truckers who habit Hally come here Al o. some farm- ers market their own torn aloe Menee, we enn anticipate a market for many acres of loma toe-, in Farmers with allotment- of rot toh and peanut. probably should plant them, oral least release them to other farmers if they do not wish to plant them. Desirable ' llir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

¡190 Enter County Industrial Essay IContest—Lilly NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEMBERS' MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular annual meeting of the members of the FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- A total of 190 essays have been TION OF RUSK, Rusk, Texas, w-ll be held at the office of said As- sociation on the third Wednesday in January, being the 20t'i day of January, 1060, at 2 o'clock P.M., fur the election of directors and the transaction of such other busi- ness as may properly come before the meeting. Corry W. Wallace Secretary 0 LEGALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OF O Y BLAYLOCK, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given that ori j ginal Letters Testamentary upon the estate of O. Y. lilayloek, de- ceased, were granted to us, the un- dersigned. on the 7th day of Dec- ember, 1959, by the County Court (if Cherokee County. All persons having claims against said estate I are hereby required to present the same to us within the time pre- scribed by law our residence and post offic...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 7, 1960 Cone Seeks Re-election Carl Wilcox Tells Pet. 7 As County Tax Collector CommissionerCandidate Jimmio II (.'one. Cherokee f'oun- dary tor re election to this office ty Tax Assessor Collector Has au I will sincerely appreciate your 10 MY KjSih.VDS Df ' HKHOKEh thorized The Husk Cherokeean to vole and support and I will make < OI \ I \ I'Rf/.l.vf I NO 1 innoufir e hi < < indidacy for re dec every effort po-sible to visit with I announce my candidacy for tiori to this office, subject to the each of you before primary elec- County rommissioncr, Precinct 1 voters action in the Democratic tiori m May subject, to the democratic Primary. Primary election on May 7th 1 was born and reared in this In announcing my eandi/laey- for Prei'ini t that I now seek to .< rve re election to the office of Tax a.4 f ornmis.-ioncr. A -• or rolle tor. I wish to take I have had three years expert ' opp^luriitv to exprés. my sin cer' appreciation to the people ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

Italy's BUI Everybody has White Sales in January - ancl Piggly Wiggly's right in the swim: We've got white onions, white potatoes, white sugar, white flour, meal, white milk, white cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, white bread, cake mixes, white rice, white shortening, dozens of soaps and detergents that'll keep your clothes white . . . and ALL these white things at real sale prices! For a food sale that's different, that'll save you dollars - shop Piggly Wiggly's White Sale! "garden fresh produce SOLID GREEN HEAD CABBAGE FRESH CRISP RADISHES RUTABAGAS TURNIPS STARRING ^ED DELICIOUS APPLES m B B 51 5 5 15' No. 1 KORN KIST SLICED BACON 3 i 89 RID POTATOES 10 lbs. 39 TENDER VEAL CHUCK or CROWN VELVEETA Lb. Box 49 89 FRESH LEAN PORK CHOPS • 59 drug specials ALCOHOL RUBBING EPSON SALTS ««. 5 KOTEX JERRIS HAIR TOHiC rpccr TOOTH PASTE ASPIRINS GLEEM TOOTH PASTE i good food buys ~ 15? I SNOWDRIFT 3 «AYER Lb. Box Regular Wilh Brush Free —$1.38 Value With Scissors— Economy Siio BctHc Of 100 Wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 7, 1960 í^PUIS Tftemieh- ASSOCIATION * STATE CAPITAL NEWS * It's The Law eST-\BL.ar-cr) ÍULT 1. \M! AS. fHE PIONfcfck Entered as second ua.u at the pontrjffice at KuM. Tela* antler Act oí March 1 1R79 E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E. H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor arid Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upov, the character KtanUwK, or rc.pu tation of any person, firm, >r corpor-itum wnich may appear 'D the tolumns of Urn newspaper will be ijladiy corrected upon U-Uiif brougnt tn 'br i'tontion of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sue Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County SI 75 $300 $2.25 $4 00 Clatsifitdt and Card of Thank* charged for a th rata of S« par *ord Cherokeean Editorials It Happened in '59 IV,<i a •' 'ir for rr;.' —ilt" t" j."> -unv.nr l an! riiooiiwarfj, for 11 if■ t;i- t> r - arid ío-.'id * ót < i * - r r i' > < • J" •• i . i,-: to X" vi i'tinji, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 [middle of the road we will not be ¡over the holidays. Happy N e wiins on doors "after hours?" And so kind as to slow down while you Year, Sarah! We also liked your remove yourself! little hat. There are only three people in (¡wen Goff, let's watch those late the world who could possibly gel dates, K'rlie! we know whose door it was too, i boy! Goody-bye are! 1959, wherever vou Watch out! The upstairs water fountain has gone beserk! Larry Dickerson got a new Old Editor-in Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Sports Editor lost in Gallatin. Now who could they be1 Why are you going into the ser vice, Jo Ann Dominy and Evelyn i «mobile. Sure is pretty. Larry. Carlisle? Margaret Seale and Jimmy Love- 1 Ima Jean Mabry was seen with'lady h«d a \ery nice time over the her fiance several times during¡holidays. What did you kids do Donna Isaacs j the holidays. Saturday night? Donna Bothwell Sarah Mickey had a real blast "Rat-" what do >'ou n...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

Glass Announces Final Legislature Campaign W. W. Glass, veteran Member of "You. the people, have placed the House of Representatives, is your confidence in me during the announcing for what he hopes to years past; and I have not betrayed make his last term in the Legisla- ture Glass, given unusual recognition as a Representative, is presently a member of the powerful Appro- priations Committee, and 1 ("hair- man of the Committee on Contin- gent. Expenses, one of the import- ant committees in running the in- ternal affairs of the legislature Besides, he is a member of the Legislative Council, a statutory or ganization created by the Legisla- ture to study problems and propose laws for the next Legislature. His formal statement follows: There's wealth in pood health! Feeling well it man'i greatest posiession. Guard well your health! Make our pharmacy your prescription headquarters. i ■ We're at your service al- ■ ■ ways. Carflidge Drug Store lU 3-2358 Rusk Your for good heelthi W. W. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

son mil- the pro- Urn • pred eted xas. •oup i hy en- Everybody Profits From Outdoorsmen By Vern Sanford Did you ever stop to consider the economic value of hunting and fishing in Texas? Some people think of these two great outdoor sports as significant only to tourist courts, camp opera- tors, marine services, and similar businesses located along the coast or near our lakes and streams. Not so. Jt doesn't matter where you live, if you are in business you'll bene- GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3-4645 Rusk, 1 tx. f.t, as s<ime ol the two hundred million dollars that hunters and fuhormen spend in Texas every year comes to you, directly. Maybe you've got a business statistics ex- pert handy who can tell you, off hand, the indirect benefits. 1 didn't pick that two hundred million dollar figure out of the air A few years ago the Texas Game and Fish Commission em- ployed the Crossley pollsters to make a survey. Results showed that the total expenditure for hunting a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

a i'y i EM>Vj,'|) , .j tam*.ii'Kr.-. • É1ÍK' ■'' '■ mmm^á K - . u 11 " T A an s AND assTíMf i 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. üs - • ¿ r.:«?&-iaSS . i I I hi - Missl the biT Wooda| Tyler .Suiida\| The and Ml Wooda| M. N. The mo nl cererna I urnisfl garjistJ The f arrangl stock I altar IJ flower! Archecl greenel were p| at the! chancel greenel The riage a floor quel tJ bodice ehantill line. Til ed wit large 1 loped held h( a casca ed carr orchid. She bracele weddin Miss was ma Simpso bride, bridesr Guilde 1 and Pa The In your County's most popular and moci widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features ...

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