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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN BEARDEN MAY 14. It PAOS 5 mm ___________ FUfÍ^T_U RE CO. me. ATTEND THE CHURCl A Christian Lit# is A Happy Life JACKSONVILLE. TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF DELPH - FINNINGAN HIDE CO. JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated A Other Trucking Needs 130 W. Larissa Phone 9305 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints Phone 8317 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa Phone 24206 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF JACKSONVILLE Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. Ph. 7113 JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N. Savings and Home Loans JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Hubert Glass (Consignee) JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS CHEROKEE NURSING HOME With Our Compliments Tyler Hwy. Phone 415...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

PAGE t THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 14. 19$* Jacksonville Hospitals NAM TRAVIS MEMORIAL Noah Jink*. Jacksonville Mm* Re M*y • beeca Norri*. I .«Rue. Mr« Floyd Admitted: Mrs. Mary Alice Row Burn , Troup; Mrs Myrtle Heed lit Enterprise; Ralph Halhim. Mineóla; Frank Smith. Diboll. Athens, Ron Alan Upton, city. Tillman B Owen, Montalba: Mr* Charlie W. Gihta. Kilgor*. Mrs William Reid. Frank«ton: Tracy L Helena Dark. Mt Selman Mrs Jes Bolton, Jacksonville: O. K Ches íie Roger*. Rt. 4. city; Mrs Laura hire. Jacksonville. Mr* Sides, city: Mrs Chritfell Moon Ray. city Services Held Monday For Mrs. Vaughn Fresh Strawberry Dessert Gem What Chandler; Mrs Lottie E Sides, Funeral services were held at 2 Monday afternoon for Mr* Jot Ethel Vaughn. 74. of Rt. 2. Rusk who died May 0 .Service* were held in the Wal lace Funeral Home chapel with Howard (fee Rev Harold Davis officiating. Burial was in Salem cemetery. Dismissed Mrs Mary Hunt, Al Born in Alabama, Mrs. Vaughn Houston; Mrs Lucy Ryan, Grape jD¡ Mr. Fr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

n Signing Sales Contract Termed Important Step, Home Purchase The signing of a contract of sale is an extremely important step in the purchase of a home. Once buy- er and seller have signed, they are bound by the provisions of the con- tract. Their respective legal rights in the transaction are thereby set and determined. If the contract is poorly and haphazardly drawn, a harvest of regret may be reaped at a later date. Sales contracts are often called by other names, such as earnest money contracts, binders, receipts, etc. All of them are for the same purpose and almost without excep- tion involve the deposit of money by the buyer. Some require the seller to put up a good faith de- posit. The fact that such deposited sums are usually to be forfeited in event the depositor later fails to go through with his specified con- tractual obligations lends addi- tional weight to the often stated admonition that no contract should be signed without complete under- standing as to its terms. :...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 May 1959

Itfig MB M S? -.A;- ..-i PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 14, IW9 SCD Officer, W. T. Rogers, Is Conservation Salesman RUSK FOLKS Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Dickey family of Alio All «re from with him Pastor Zytoskee is a col-. Church School Poems, stone dia tres of ceremonies W, A. Anderson, 1 Jame* Anderson. Henderson i íege classmate of local pastor Tom logues and a special son* were Pa «tor Adrian Zytoskee of Michi- Carter. presented in honor of all mothers, «an was speaker at the Seventh A Mother's Day program was A rose was puuted on each mother James Jr., Cindy and Dickey Lynn* d¿y Adventist Church May 0 Mrs given at 5 p.m. May 9 by the pupils present. Junior Missionary Volun- spent Mother's Day with the Carl Zytoskee, Terry and Tim my were of the Rusk Seventh-day Adventist teer Leader Gloria Dickey was mis and Jeanne Celeste spent the week- Mr and Mrs. Morris Elliott spent end at Corscana visiting Mrs. the weekend visiting relatives at Duncan's brother and sister-in-law, Fort Worth, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

k lM 'Vf rS ^ é 9 7 Hound . . , Town With (Raundafkud COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining Hit n*wi|iriwring facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville i(mkím in Mm most complete local now* medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5,1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 111 30 PAGES IT'S BEEN FRANTIC the lost ♦ew doys . . . frantic for the kids, their parents, AND the teachers . . . trying to get graduated! For the young people and the moms and dads, ifs really a climactic event ... a chapter ends, and a chapter begins ... with graduation. All over Cherokee County, schools hove boon conducting Baccalaure- ate and Commencement exercises . . . among the last to receive that very important piece of paper will be graduates of Rusk High . . Baccalaureate is planned for Sun- day, May 24th at 8 p.m. in First Baptist Church, and Commence- ment in the High School Auditor- ium, Tuesday, May 26th at 8 p.m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 2 MAY 21, 1 S Rains, High Winds Recorded in April JATLLE— Rainfall in the Jack and log was reported on April 8. soDville area totaled V96 io~h M 17 and 20. Fro*t tu recorded on for the month oí April, according April 13. Sand«arrymg winds were to the monthly summary oí mete- recorded for April 1, 3. 25, 26 orologieaJ data released this week and 27 High winds were also re by the Texas Agricultural E*peri corded on April 18 Thunder was ment Station Dr. P A. Young U recorded for April 1, 8, 11, 17, 18, the local weather reporter Hail was recorded on April 19 Legion Postpones Meet To Mcy 28 19 and 27 A high temperature of 86 de grees was recorded on April 30 Precipitation in the Jacksonville area for the 1059 crop year was 15 percent below normal as of April 30 The crop year began The regular meeting of the Ri^k September 1, lf«58 American Legion Post has been 0- postponed, according to Brooks INTERESTING PACTS Johnson, commander Corsica an bland 100 mile* off Origin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

Attends District Catholic Group Meeting Sunday J'VILLE The Ladies of La Sa men Sunday. Father Francis Lund- ¡ the Ladies of La Saiette of Our of st P>tnck's Parish in Luf- gren. Mrs. William T. Pinkard. Lady of Sorrows Church. kin were hostesses for the regular Mrs. William Riordan, Mrs. Shel The opening address on "Lead- quarterly meeting of the Palestine ton Jones, Mrs. L. A. Beard. Sr. ership" was given by Father John District Council of Catholic Wo-1 and J. H. Rounsaville represented Brady. Pastor of St. Patricks Church, Lufkin. Miss Mildred Hutchinson, a past president of the District, was the' installing officer. The ceremony 1 was most impressive and each of-' ficer installed received a lovely corsage. Mrs. J. H. Rounsaville, newly installed president, presided at the meeting. Mrs. B. W. Glade. I new vice president of the District' «ave a report from the recent , Dioce san Conference in Orange at ■ which Mis* Osjetea Briggs of Pal- ■ i estire was elected auditor. Mrs. ! Ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

Entrene* to imiflM ptn View of coif feeder pens CorKfOto wotoror . . , tervet 2 pon* In ido coif feeder pon Bock i«w of "pi« porlort" II ^■Wmm * . i* i Pig W terer Pig feeder One of six shop welders A well-stocked, well-kept +ool room 'Monufacturing" shop equipment Vo-ag Library Rusk Ag Department ■ ■ || • I-- ■ \)r John O Gross, head of the Lindale; Allen Damron, Raymond LgJ fm I I | gmm I I La ■% « ■ | | Division of Educational Institutions ville; Doug Dashiell, Buffalo; Don II W 11 I 1IC J 1 J T"-f I WTT fl I 1 J I of the Board of Education since Dennis, Bullard; Jerry Durrett, ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ^^| jfM-fl will be the baccalaureate Jacksonville; Dianne Ellis. Mexia; speaker for the services for Lon Michael Estrada, Houston; Thomas In the Spring of 1W8 an idea In the swine pens there 1- an. building 38x60 feet FEA boy* viorris College seniors to Ik- held Farmer. Pasadena; Nancy Gale, for providing farm training facili automatic waterer and feeders poured the concrete, at the rate a( p¡r#f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment sf Resal TREE SPRAYING This is the time to start spraying your pecan trees for case bearers. Contact E. E. Smith, MU 3-2386, Rusk. 2-t-p-47 FOR SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courtb^nse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of tbem. I will furnish plan*, ««a specifica- tions and help you u> finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 FOR SALE: Used television sets for sale. All sizes ano makes, at Rock Bottom prices. Guaranteed in good playing order. Urdal Ra- dio Company, Rusk, Ph. MU 3- 4046. tfc-43 FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep; Super A till- er; 825 truck tires and stocker cows. Chesley Richards, Atoy. tfc-41 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE: New 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 i PORTABLE DISH WASHER, New Westinghouae slightly dam- aged. P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

% 1 THE CHEROKEEAN J'ville Trio PAGE A MAY il. 1 S* _ , . Feted Saturday Mrs. Roten Gives Pn'-ary Proqrorn Wed. JHS, Rusk Seniors a c Luncheon Honorees lu \", Burn CrliT L Marvin Roten of (he Rusk Club Wednesday provided the program Club Mr= Rotea, the Rusk Rotary bribed as an w ing {lowers and lens and yard , the group of £-—Donna Holm* a e Jacksonville High Seh i Sue Jenkim. a gradi High School, were ho ! á luncheon gtviin Si [r*. A C Jenkinn and > ivis in the II. H Andrr ■e at Lake Jacksonville. >Uowing guest* with and their mother*, J Jenkins and Mrs. Pict ur Hoi rd on iJi •d fie. Irene and win with the Starkey with Sue commit the h t. Par LlC ind INTERESTING FACTS * no hundred and twenty men act ompanied Columbus when he discovered America Pythagoras first announced the .belief that the world is round. REAO THE CLASSIFIEDS shake &ÉÜK We salute your fine achievement, WELL DONE. RUSK JEWELERS South Side of Square Rusk, Texas WORLD YOU 1959 GRAD5 The direction in which e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

Austin Challenged In Milking Contest J'VILLE—Jeff Austin, recently named chairman of the executive committee of First National Bank, has been challenged to a milking contest June 1 in Tyler A gold trophy will bo awarded to the winner in the contest, which will be part of the June Dairy j Month observance in Tyler. The East Texas Farm and Ranch Club will sponsor a parade and the milk ing contest. The latter will be held on the square west of the Smith County Court House. Aleck Genecov, winner of a simi- lar contest ;n Tyler last year, is challenging L. N. Crim, mayor of Kilgore; L. W. Fierce, Lindale businessman; Frank Kitchens, Jr.. president of the East Texas Farm and Ranch Club, and Austin. MM.utLLE GRADUATES are front row, from left, Marimaude Watson, Vurlene Watson, Betty Ford, Mary Coslett Steadman, Sh.rley Tw.tty, Mary Ann Fletcher; second row, Tommy Roach, Walter Will' hite, Johnny Fondren, Joe Cecil Durrett and Doniie Langston. Council Gives Support To Sanitation J'VILLE—Fli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

: m h 4 C I fit' d I I I i ; V THE CHEROKEEAN WW MAT il. !«♦ news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Miss Miller Voted Beauty, A&M College Observe Event With Tea Friday In observance of Texas Nurse Week, the Nurse Technicians of the Rusk State Hospital entertain- ed the registered nurse* of the Hofpital and city of Rusk with a An honor to thrill the heart of any girl has come to one of Rusk's tea ttnday afternoon, May ladies. Mis*'irom 7 to ® ° clock The event was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Musick on Pear Street. Ten To Graduate at Mixon In Ceremonies Friday Night Mrs. Dole Pugh, Recent Bride, Honored at Tea-Shower Saturday Mrs Dale Pugh of Dallas, form Mrs Bobby Lynn McGregor pre- rr|v Mis Maríorie Gregg of thi* sided Mr* Bernice Looney served rZ honored with 7 miscell- the pink cake «luare. white coco- aoeous shower Saturday evening at nut layer cake, and salted nuU the lovely home of Mrs. M E Liles outstanding young Theresa L/w Miller The story has its beginni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

i m Gober accom- lists. The iinging] ned the progr*m. gave the invoca-1 ugh sixth gradesl piano solos and I rere served in the! r g the meeting.! rood and the sixth| hers served. OMOII :tai« of thai feeling, inttthfc THE CHEROKEEAN i MAY 31, 1959 PAGE 9 oo-poor Mood or 'a vital minanali your mtan If ONQER and Got mm iron- falood-bafldtef FFIRINO will notice a laay organ .ark and the I imparitiaa will am. You VITAL- X)OK younger. Tableta today, day* or yoor nlyll.M for a ►MAN MACY TEXAS Girl Scouts Of Troop 100 Plan Summer Camping Girl Scout Troop 100 met Wed- nesday, May 13th at 3:40 p.m. at the Courthouse Annex. Mrs. J. E. Lee, leader, showed the group how to make sit-a-pads from paper. They were also given instructions in rope lashing. Refreshments were served by Loeta Hassell. Plans were talked concerning items needed for day camping at Lake Jacksonville from June 1st through June 5th. Scout members will spend each of those days at the Lake from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Joy B. Jone...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

t> c tt rf 1 7 * BWB I may 21, 1«9t THE CHEROKEEAN page ia Rusk Chamber Group Meets For Planning The Steering Committee of the Rusk Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday afternoon to lay plans for activities of the Chamber for the remainder of the year. Tuesday'* discussions centered on revising and supplementing the program of work of the organiza tion so that more of the suggestions given by people of Rusk during Progress Week held here some months ago might be included In the future program Steering Committee members are Chamber President Lloyd Pipes and Division Directors M H Nor ton F H Whitehead, Ide R Hall John Lestfr. Fred I.unsford and Glenn Miller M < Dickerson at tended Tuesday's meeting in the Weekend Specials MICHOLSON'C ■"FOOD STORE •? Admiration COFFEE "> 65 Picnic HAMS "> 35 Ungraded EGGS Doz. 27 RED IPotatoes '0; 39' *olar Bear CORN can 15 >orn Kiss BACON ib. 35 Libby English PEAS 2 cons 33 absence of Miller. The group discussed the organi- zational structu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN will bm « rid y nd Sat* nen never do you've never them. 1 .•••;:• MAY 21, 1959 PAGE 1 I fVPSggly Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Tender Veal Round STEAK Tender Veal Rump or Pikes' Peak ROAST Sali . . . in meats more than anything else, QUALITY PAYS! The very best meats will insure your family's mealtime enjoyment, provide proper nutrition, and—because there's less waste—the better meats are more economical! So shop for better meats always . . and the BEST meats are at Piggly Wiggly. Neuhofjf Preferred SLICED BACON B Neuhoff Preferred All Meat Franks BACON ENDS & PIECES M % 39* 10 OZ. JAR 29* 46 OZ. CAN CLUB Garden Fresh Produce % /) Large Jumbo CELERY Vine Ripened Cantalopes Golden Bantam CORN STALK EACH EARS Large Bell LB. Towie SALAD OLIVES Hi-C ORANGE DRINK Maryland Club Instant COFFEE Blackeyed Peas BIRD'S EY&ooz.pkg.22' GREEN GIANT NO. 300 CAN PEANUT BUTTER . 9X OZ ASPARAGIS 49« BIG TOP- . 490 IMPERIAL CANE SUGAR 10 % GAL. 6 OZ. JAR ' CHUNK TUNA REG. SIZE CA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

c w a* d Jb* . \ 1 1 * PA&E 3 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 21. 1*S* The Cherokeean rmxAs Uncle c Boom Wk* ploy *9 • be* while MMn too* < EST/UM.>kHEO iut* >, IM7 AS TH* PtONfcfc* Entered as «eeood cími matter at the postofftce at under Act of W*rtl 3. 1OT E. H WHITEHEAD MBS E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager New* Editor Any erroneous reflection upot. tbe chwacter, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corpontion wflkb may appear in the aolumns of ttus newspaper will be gladJy corrected upon being bnwiglit ■r th+ attention of the publisher. SUBSCRIPTION IATII Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County Classifieds and Cards e# Thanks charged for at the rate o* 5< per word e • • One way to git la the swim Is to stay ovt of Ute «vea • e • Y p, some gala are pretty good, others ere pretty arm good. • • • When the bottom drops out don't flip your ltd. * • • A smile la a good cure for a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

for is one negative B&PW Members Given TB Test- Tuesday Night News Of Interest To WOMEN IN CHEROKEE COUNTY J ville Delegates To Attend Convention of Women's Clubs J'VILLE — Miss Margaret Lind eration of Business and Profession- ment and set U up and Mrs Nelda ner. Mrs. Corine Roberts and Mrs al Women's Club, Inc., to be held Worthy administered the shots. Dinner Honors June Graduate J'VILLE Miss Marianna Ha All members present for the . . , . . . . . Business and Professional Wo- !*"«•. !.June .g"dl"le fnd„d«u8,h men's Club business session Tues ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Haberle. day evening. May 12, in the home honored a «""f - of Mrs Emma McKinney were n00n «*vea by her aunt, Miss Dell given the tuberculin test. Mrs. i C. J. Harkins and Mrs. Bernice, New Books Added To Rusk Public Library Files Among the new books recently added to the Rusk Public Library according to Mrs. C. F. Mehner, librarian, is a copy of the "Primer in Parliamentary Procedure." She stated the book would ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

it St* di JU 1 l «* 1 A Family That Prays Together Stays Togethe RUSK CHURCHES SEVEMTH-OAY ADVÍNTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Cortar, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m. Worship Service 11:00 Wed Night Service 7:30 Bible Lessons illustrated with colored slide*. assembly of god Pastor. REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W M C. Friday — 2pm. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A Service — 7 p.m., Sundat Evening Worship — 7 36 p m.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnie H. Wabb. Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 9 45 a m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a m. Training Union, (5:30 p m. Evening Worship, 1.30 p m. Youth Fellowship. 8 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.15 Choir Practice P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne v. Vomm Sunday School, <>45 a rn Morning Worship. 1100 am Training Union 6 30 Sun Even Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday F'vening Scrvires 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship Service, 11 am. BTU, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

/"Vil 3ther Attend Clbuirclb off Your Clboice Smuraday 1 € JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES v. *+*+***+*+* J *A^AÉ^J NAAAA^t f ***+*+***% \ j IMMiAAAI 1 a enthusiastic fisherman, like this young fellow, has to aa optimist His love of the sport is not so much in the size 0Í the flrtft caught as "in the ketchin'." He loves the thrill of watch- ing the bobble of the cork; the excitement of the sudden tug on his line. Often H isn't even necessary to have a fish. His dreams sufficient to keep him standing at this old tub for hours. How tüany oí us are like this fisherman...willing to go life living on dreams, Bursting on wishes, hoping against hope that In. the end evefythitig Witt turn out alright. There is •wiiMfri ground with God. Fishetmao's dreams are useless )a man's loogjtag for Eternal Life. Th#<Jittfch offers such a way to family oN friend. K •a*., f. 0. Bm 4117, Dollar ftiai The Church is God's appointed agency in this world (or spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His de...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

i % C V-. h u C U n d | 2 I i THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 MAY II, !«♦ RUSK FOLKS Mickey. Cheryl Henee and Terry Mansel Sutton visited their grand «other, Mrs Velma Willi*, last Saturday oSSl ■%fi Our Pharmacists Study Constantly! Everyday new drugs, antibiotic tnd other pharmaceutical* ar« developed. Our trained pharma- cists read cof«Jantly to learn about them all. They stand rea- dy to serve you promptly, care- fully. Make our stora your head- quarters . . . for your health's sake! PHONE 7274 May Drug Inc. Lariiia at Ragtdale Jacksonville iNticeitT • smvici • SAMtr week with their si iter Mrs W F. Barrows Mi* Beth Banks of Galverton spent the weekend here visiting, her mother Mrs Susie Banks who is a patient in Rusk Memorial hos pita! with a broken hip Joe Spivey of Bay City spent j Wednesday night and Thursday in the Or Cobble home visiting Mrs Spivey and their little son. Lee. Mrs Matilda Caraway of Bay City visited Mr C E. Jay and Mrs ¡ Preston Thursday. Miss Zelwanda Hendrirk of Dal...

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