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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

DS i GE BOYD KER YER ra RNE ANSJ RDAN WORD ^IDAY i 10 Willis Tells Candidacy For Pet. 1 Commissioner TO THE VOTERS OF PRECINCT 1: After talking with many people í iri this precinct, I have decided to : become a candidate for the office of County Commissioner for Pre- cinct 1. subject to the Democrat primary This office, in my opinion, is of the most important in our county, and as time i'oes by it will become more important as its func- tions increase. For many years, many of our people have been led to h 'lit vv that the only duty uf the commissioner is road work. While lhat is important, tiiat is only one • f a commissioner's obligations to the people, if he doe his job. To properly fill this job a man should not only be experienced in bunines*. but he should be one that can represent the county in other capitals where so much of vital importance to us is taking place. For example, even as a private cituen, my efforts in this direction hate resulted in the following (which perhaps...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

\ X J 100 S & H Green Stamp* with the purchase of $10.00 or more with this coupon. Stamps FON NIK BAKER EVAPORATED BONNIE BAKER 3 TALL OR 6 SMALL CANS SUNSHINE Sack SPE COOD WI I RI. <£| It's our Anniversary! fo celebrate the bi ; event, we've wrapped up a long list of ex- tra special food values at unprecedented low prices! You'll find the very finest \ rand-name groceries, meats and produce at lowest costs since the Thirties! This : ■> our way of expressing thanks to you for your loyal patronage that makes it pos- ' ¡ ! • for us t > 1 V" an anniversary! Be s ure to shop Piggly Wiggly's ¡Birthday Sale! You'll save d >l!ars! FREE! 5 MAXWELL J-.OUSE II % na r-fl .á rU \:l2 ■■v'* I Us OLD TIME CARNIVAL TYPE COTTON CANDY MADE FROM DOMINO PURE CANE SUGAR SERVED ALL DAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 DOMINO PURE CANE SUGAR L B S HUNT'S At a; a c 11 c /* 1/ 1 c r> S i 1 No 2Vi Q( r Cans # A.JAA :<rfcC.KLt:D BUTTER BEANS 10 a i a a a r\ r * v No. 300 Cans 99^ STARLIC INSTANT MI...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

i >fj * | x MjK - ^ | V \ w¿m. specials ¡good wed., thur., I RI. & sat. m shop piggly wiggly and save as you spend with s&h green stamps NOTHING TO BUY Just Register Each Time You Are In Store. Drawing Sat. Feb. 6 Green PlG¿LV WlGGLY'S FINEST;. S kvell tOuse INSTANT lanar L B S rcrus Lb. Box 2 39 dixie maid jart jart SUNSHINE B S HYDROX QQ¿ SUNSHINE lion y |^|| "7Q¿ GERBER'S BABY FGGD DQf( all flavors — JELL© ts ALL FREE FREE FREE 5000 S&H Green Stamp nothing to buy just register U.S. NO. 1 RED \rm f—"— « L B S c jumbo CELERY cello CARROTS CALAVO Stalk 10c Lb. Cello 10( Large Size-Ea. jQ' ■l'< Oz. 4 1 Lb. Cans Pkgs. 30e CHEWING GUM BRACH'S 39* 0ÜAKGE SLICES BRACH'S 35< ASSMTED TOFFEE BRACH'S 39f FILLED PEANUTS Box Lbs. save as you spend with s&h green stamps 8 Ox. Pkg. Bag ■a 99 und und >und f WHOLSUM GRANGE JUICE WFI fWC 49c GRAPE JUICE FROSTY ACRES 49( STRAWBERRIES 4 4 4 6 Ox. Cans 6 Oz. Cans 10 Oz. Pkgs. GLADIOLA 59c FROZEN ROLLS VVr BIRDSEYE CUT OKRA ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

THE PACI « CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 4, 19M memT W wv: *% Burtis Watson Announces For Pet. 1 Commissioner TO THE CITIZENS OF PRECINCT I In announcing my candidacy for Commissioner I wish to make it clear that I have no axe to ¿rrind with anyone The men in this race are all my friends, or I hone they are, and I shall not do nr ay any thing that will mar that friendship This w:!l he a new experience for me. 1 am no politician; this is my first political race at any kind. I fee) that I ain no 'r .r, r in this precin< t I have lived here all my adult life I know most of you, arid am sure most of you kr;ow me Kilt to thOSe tii.it d>> not know dc: 1 am 53 j"ars of As a youngster of 21 I went to work it the Husk State Hospital and in 1928 I convinced l-orracc Baxter that che should become Mrs pertis L WaUori We have been blessed with three children, 2 girls arid a boy we lost our boy Our oldest ;.:irl Hetty r. now Mrs Jimrny Kil lion of ll.il I willc; and Kathy a 12 year old vhoo! ,rl F...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

Editora! eagles echo staff 1959-60 <■ many many (írúf small, but The Crea'or mad things, -ome lar v. - He rarely repeated Himself Hp every snow flake : different ,e shape, every per-on lus own pri- vate fin. eriirin!, ¿oíd every person his own individual personality. Even when lie made twins, lie dis- itrsuirle d each i.T them by "uin.: them different ideals, thoughts, and personalities Haye you ever tried to find that certain quali'y of yours that is completely different'.' If not, do it now. Examine your personality. Perhaps your hidden quality is be- ing user run by your adheranee to the conventions of the group of people with which you associate. If you find this quality, develop it to its capacity and use it often. You will find that even though you may seem to pull away from the ¡¡¡roup, that this uroup will learn to respect you because you are in- dividual It will be you to whom people will direct their admiration. •aáer if you have In- different. that you are too realize ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

THE MU « CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 4, I960 DEAD OUT CAMPFIRES DON'T KILL GAME CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Steve Lilly County Agricultural Agent The Soil Fertility Program in Cherokee County is off to a big start. We shipped 60 samples from the Extension office last week to the Soil Test Ijtb at College Sta- tion The following folks sent sam pies this week Troy Croft, J T. Boone, Don Allcorn. D wig hi. Camp- bell, R. E Hanvey, Albert Dickson, W. H. Hodges, W E ftalson Kaye G. Allen, Maurice Holcomb, Coy I) Martin, and Morris W Schwarz IÍ you haven't had your soil test C<^666 ed yet, you can get containers and information sheets at any of the feed or fertilizer dealers in Chero- kee County, at the A.SC offia\ Soil Conservation office, or your Kxten ,ion Service office Th<- ASC Com- mittee, A N Walley, Jr. W T Rpgers arid Fred Ezell say that the farmi r wtio has a soil test will get more consideration for fertilizer payment than those who don't, so it will pay you several way-; to have y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

ith er* 'Hound . . , Town tylitii (flaunslaiaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsga'bering 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, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area nlm Service * «•*- y O Box 8000 10c per Copy MRS. JAMES I. PERKINS tells about the far-flung recognition of Rusk which she just incidentally came by up ir Dallas the other day .... Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. H. C. Edwards were in the Baker Hotel and met Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Harris of Brownwood. The Harrises remarked that they did a little bus- iness in Rusk. . . . THEIR BUSINESS, as it turned out, was the purchase of 20-30 pounds of sausage each year from Ralph Travis's Zero Food Lockers. Mr. Harris said the sausage— which was introduced to him by ? friend— was the best he ever tasted. Roundabout would call that a compliment .... VOLUME 112 FEBRUARY 11, 196...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

s< M THE PACE 2 CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 11, 1960 texas gtpTTÉSS ^association Commissioners Appoint Poll Officers for '60 7??&mbe>C\ 7960 c l "O JUL r i. I 4/ AS THE PIONEEk Entered as second tias.s malte/ at the post f fire at Ruax. Teaaa ooder Act of March 3. 1870 E. H. WHITEHEAD MKS E. H WHITEHEAD GLENN bROWN Editor and PuMlahor Office and ÍSuamens Manager N wh Editor County Commissioners Monday appointed the following person as OeneraI Election judges and clerks The first named person in each box is election judge Precinct I. Southwest Rusk, ./ f Williams, Jr , Weldon Hendrick, ./ames Russell Precinct 2, North Alto, M r Of Prices and Probes Currye Sinfiletary (.laud Rice A/a f'e.irrnan < S. Hart Precinct Southeast Jackson- ville, Newell Rarber, I-ouie Latti- more, J 'f Ahearn, Mr, V P Monk res* Precinct 4 Mt Selrnari, Cecil Carlton. 11 W Walker Mrs (has ./ Dónelas Precinct 8, Wells, Mrs B. S. Jírazil, E B Bailey, Cling Sessions. Cecil Oood win Precinct U, Mixori. Arthur ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

tusk. Ide Is. Lois IJacluoii- JW. Ho! jrby. (for ab- I of: Har- Jilly Mc- exact kered job. fair (as 13 ie % \ i t t t T H F. CHEROK I. K A N FEBRUARY 11, 1960 PAGE 3 FOLKS & FACTS FROM Afternoon Tea Honors what In & About ASto Mlss Miller, Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Byisum spent Sunday in Houston visitinc Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Black and fam- ily and Mr and Mrs. Gerald Black and family and Mrs. Dewey Beau- champ. Those visiting in the McCullough home over the weekend were, Don McCullough and family of Pasa- dena, Blackie McCullough and fam- ily of Houston, Thelma and Danny Stevens of Dallas, Harlon and Kent McCullough of Meridian, Miss. Charlotte Attlesey and Mrs. Jack Holder of Henderson. They came home to be with their father who suffered a heart attack last week and is confined to Rusk Memorial Hospital; at this writing Mr. Mc- Cullough is doing fine. Velma Reynolds of Center spent the weekend with her cousin Gloria Sue Reynolds. Mrs. Bertie Crosby and son Ted BY INEZ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

THE CHEROKEFAN PAGE 4 FEBRUARY II, 1960 s Rusk Hospital News Pa?i nt in Hospital Bob Robertson, Rusk, Earl Cum mines. Alto; Jo A n n Dominey, Busk; Dcyle Newland, Forest; Charles G. Mattiar, Wells; Clyde Smith, Rusk, Mrs Emma Williams, Alto; Mrs Carrie Holcomb. Alto; Charlie Clifton, Rusk, Blanton Brunt, Alto; Mrs J C Copeland, Alto; Gertrude Lunsford, Rusk; J D. Watson. Rusk; Jewel Francis, Rusk, Mrs Ina Rail, Rusk, Mrs Mary Ruth Butler, Rusk, Mrs Gertha Chase, Alto; Dtrlene Fitts, Rusk; Carolyn Deal, Husk, M r s Ruby Uinson, Rusk; Mrs Henry Grogan, Rusk; Mrs J W Reed, Alto; Mrs Carroll McGregor, Rusk, Luther McCullough, Alto; Walter Shaw, Reklaw, Ixiurinia Rrantley, Approaching Marriage Is Announced Reklaw, Olivia .Skinner. Alto; Ade line Jones, Rusk, hillie S rn i t h, Alto, Amy Tidwell Alto, Adeline Polk. Rusk Patients discharged 1 A-t- Monk. Rusk, J M Hassell, Rusk; Jimmie K i n fi, Cu*hinf¡; Karen Sue Wilburn, Rusk, Mrs l.inrne Isgate, Rusk, Ma Anderson, Rusk, Melton Fletcher,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

it when iff: .100 RE Yearly Chamber Report Gives City Progress Data For 1959 J'VILLE—A twenty-four pase an- nual report has been completed by the Chamber of Commerce for cir- culation to members of the or- ganization. The report shows all committee activities that were sponsored by the Chamber during the past year, according to W. E. Bailey, presi- dent. Under the chairmanship of Joe Jaycees Have Year of Profit In Civic Work J'VILLE — Jacksonville's Junior Chamber of Commerce considers 1959 a profitable year for t h e group, according to Dr. L. W. Rals- ion, president. In his annual report, sewen main projects by Jaycees were listed. The organization sponsored the Arrowhead District Boy Scout Cir- cus in October with Fred McBurney serving as chairman of the event. The annual Jaycee Turkey Shoot at Nichols Industries airport was held. The fund-raising project was directed by Art Reese, Harry Til- ley, and Ernie Strange. As a civic service, the Jaycees sponsored a poll tax campaign wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

s m CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE U™. CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 4/H 1956 FORD V-8 Fairlane Town Sed*n Fordomat ic. radio, heater, white tire*. Beautiful tan and white. $1195.00 1955 FORO V-8 Fairlane 4-Door Sedan Magic Air heater, white tire*, beautiful white paint. Nice lo- cal car. Only $795.00 1954 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 6 Cylinder, Two-Tone Green, Radio, Heater, White Sidewall Tire , New Seat Cover*. $798.00 1955 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4-ÜOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip- ped. A teal at only $725.00 1952 PLYMOUTH 4-Door iedan, standard tran*. rni**ion. low cost transporta- tion. $199.00 194Í CHEVROLET 4-Door .edan, standard trans mission, good tire*. $99.00 1957 FORD V8 Fairlane 500 4-dr. Factory-air, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. Local car, ex- cellent condition in every re- •.peel. $1795.00 TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0292 lt&...

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

|the time buy or kan Lum- layment, ill or see |e. Phone J-tfc-32 lERS" ~ Uing our o u t h to Coup- now de lllouse to who will |e home, Hospital, |rch, and kad make (time. >mpletely I, all have (with one |e interior they can ^ou wish, [stantially ill "Old pmpanion- and can the con- lu can re we will Irite to us juston 5, J-TFC-16 drink, |you want <fc-38 *0. 11 1!. Jsters and Degrees February secretary |>s & r c a t, birl to see I Cherokee Sunday, lantee she 1 delightful line of Sets >hop TV M and |avision 31 sets. easonable parts ^nteed sets tfc48 lith leían R It bldg. Us : 8722 NERS uno 'rop, iMfttftl w< 1 1 1 m FOR 4ÍS/CK xesvcrs Daniel G. McDonald CHIROPRACTOR X-ray Laboratory SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT Phones ¿101 — Residence 4202 Jacksonville, Texas NOTICE: For sanitary septic tank THE SEAL OF SAID COURT and! cleaning, call A. R. Pool, collect, issued at office in Rusk, Texas, this I 4150 Henderson. Prompt efficient the 5th day of February, A. D. 1960.! service. ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE I FEBRUARY 11, 1960 BAPTISTS... (Continued from Pt(« 1) stories (o the smaljer children while the adults are in flaw. To begin at 7 pm, the sessions will continue until 8 30 each night Churches to be represented at the meeting in Rusk are Rural Aca demy, Rcklaw I/ine Oak, Calvary and Pon ta. Bill Draper is the Associational officer in charge of the t h r e e schools This is an annual training program held throughout churches in the Southern Baptist Conven lion La • >«•;<r I2.'i persons registered for the training -ahool, and the in ;hll> aver;i:;e attendance was bet- ter than 100 Kvervori ha-, .i cordial invita- tion to participate in this training school. commented Rev Webb, iri that it not only helps teachers ,irnl officer-- but gives better lire derstanditi:: of the Bible to anyone •a ho desires to b-arri more about Cod's word ' I I 1 M'delle Church Resumes Regular Monthly Singinq The regular twice-monthly sing- ing at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church ne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

y Wiggly You'll fall in love with Piggly Wiggly's food specials for Valentine's Day! Main dishes for every meal! Gourmet foods! Staple groceries! Cleaning sup- plies! Dozens of money-saving Valentine specials that'll prove you're our best girl! Every item in our store is selected-and priced-to please you! For better foods that'll warm your heart everyday, shop PIGGLY WIGGLY ■■ MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE WORTZ MILK AND HONEY GRAHAM CRACKERS BRACH'S CHOCOLATE COVERED PEANUT CLUSTERS 50 S & H Green Stamps Free With Each Pound Lb. Can 59' Lb. Box 29' Lb. 69' Guaranteed Garden Fresh Produce POTATOES U. S. No. 1 RED 10 Lbs. 39 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS u,10 Lb. 5C YELLOW ONIONS 4 Oi. Bottle 200 Count 5 Lb. Bag SUGARIHE PERT NAPKINS KASCO DOG MEAL CLOROX TREET PRAIRIE BELT SAUSAGE O'CEDAR DUST MOP GERBER MIXED CEREAL 8 OZ PACKAGE |^C Quart 12 Oz. Can No. 2 Can Each S & H with the purchase of each carton of King Green Chesterfields or L & M Stamps CIGARETTES carton $2.79 GLOSS STARCH ARGO 8...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

s PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 11. I960 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Miter in Chief Aaewtant Editor Busses* Manager Circulation Manager SperU Editor Denna Isaac* Donna fiothwrll Allen Ray t^arry Talley Gwen (¡oft William Tosh Feature Editor Richard Tackett Martha Coker Wanda Westbreok Fay Birltwlbarh S] ertsor Mrs Lewi* MeCarrol) Editorial... Eagle Eye By Donna Bothwell Birds of a feather who flock to- gether are missing much The trend of today is that certain cliques of the same social status entertain one anbther thus forming a tight shell around themselves It is shyness rather than snobbery that causes such groups to form. It is surprising how one can widen his personality by allowing his mind to be exposed to the idea* of others outside the circle of his business associates or relatives. Do not allow yourself to become entangled with only one group There are so many wonderful peo- ple in the population of this world that it is hardly sensible to b>< k oneself iri a small ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT .Name: Hilton Ilassell .Nickname. "Hilt" Birthday July 18 F. vorites: Book: All American Quarter- Day Saturday back S. iv 'I'heme from Summer Flower: Rose I'lan Actor; Rock Hudson Actress: Doris Day Movie: Pillow Talk Food: Steak Car Chevrolet T <? I'niuh Slit'¡o Chevy Show in color Sundays, NRC-TV—the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly, ARC-TV. 1/ f Color: Blue Class: Trig. Singer: Perry Como Odor; Perfume Girl: All of them Sport: Football Activities: Football, F FA. An nual Staff Ambition: To live a Ions time THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 FEBRUARY 11, 1960 LOOK AT THE LOWER PRICES List prices as much as $76.05 lower on popular models with popular equipment WMU Announces Circle Meetings J'VII.I.R- The Woman's Mission- ary Union of Central Baptist i Church will meet Monday after- jnoon and Tuesday morning in cir-1 cle meetings for Mission study Mary Sue I.oekard Circle will meet with Mrs. II II. Parker, t>48 Kim, Monday afternoon at 3. Lawanda Couch Circle will meet Mond...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU T2222 J.C. WILLIAMS "YOUR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORF. REXALL - NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 3 4427 CARLISLE 3UILDFRS SUPPLY PHONE MU 3 234¿ BILL VINING RUSK. TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY RUSK CHURCHES 'ÍT ,rm bank Bldcj MU 3 2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agcncy GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Al,o Hwy. MU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manager CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.D I.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Knox Ray Men's Wear (Ham Television) Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. (HANNA * QUENZEL) ALEXANDEP & LUSK SERVICF STATION b GAR Ar.E ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor HKv .1 A GHJFKLN Wednesday Prayr MccI/bk W M C Krlrlay 2 p rn Morning Worship 11 a rn , Sunday A Serviré 7 p.m., Sunday Kvniri# Vfi, ship 7.30 p rn Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CH...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

o It's only play acting, but mother or father are the patterns they follow. As a parent it gives lis great pleasure to see reflections of ourselves when our children dress up in our clothes, and scold or say words of endearment to their dolls. Yes, we are the patterns for our children to follow. Is she dressing up to go to church? Has she said to her doll, "We must hurry for we don't want to be late to Sunday School." Be sure that the patterns that we are cutting for them to follow, includes their spiritual needs. Set a good example by taking them to church regularly. wf;:v - .'Á % The Church is God's oppointed 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 way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

THE page 6 CHEROKEFA N FEBRUARY II, 1960 if- Jacksonville Hospital News NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL February 5 Admitted: Mrs. M 15 Ne.tzel, Springfield, Mo ; Mrs Will Wal lace, Alto. Miss Carol Ann Mc Minn, city; Mrs K. A fluff, Pales- tine; David Louis Claiborne, city, Mrs. Odes Martin, city; Floyd I) Saylors, Brownsboro; William C Barber, Henderson; Mrs Joseph W Thompson. Athens; Claude Wilson, dty Thanks for our miracle drugs! Spectacular advance* in the field of medicine ara a boon to your health We place at your doctor' ¡ command, any of the new ■ ■ est pharmaceuticals *«■■■■■■■■■ a ■ 0 a " Cortlidge Drun Store lU 3 2358 Rusk Yours for good hcalthl Dismissed Robert ¡I Moore Van Kdward I. Fontenot,j||r.city, Nicky Hilton Farns, Woodville, Mr E S Merrill, fit-. Mrs Wil liam ftiordan, city February 6 Admitted Mrs Roy Karl Smith, city; Grady Griffin. city, |5rue«* liar tier, city. Mrs K C Haw-., Athens, Mr-. W S Miller Garland; Mrs W I. Burleson, city, Sin II I, Starkes, city. Dismissed Jo...

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