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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

Harry of the It when M I •'í*!v A \ fx 1 Todd-Lange Wedding /s Turney Club Memb srs En joy Valentine Fete Solemnized Saturday Miss Patsy Todd and Hubert The bride is employed at the I.anse exchanged wedding vows REA office in Rusk, and the groom Saturday evening, February 6th at is employed at Gulf Coast Feed. 7 3D in the Mt. Zion Methodist After a short wedding trip to Church. Rev. Fred Wortham of- poinls of interest in South Texas, ficiated «41 the double ring cere- [^e couple will be at home in Rusk. mony. corner of Bonner and East Fifth Parents of the couple are Mr streets ,ir.d Mrs. Harrison Todd and Mr and Mrs. Howard Lange, all of FETED AT SHOWER Alto Miss Patsy Todd and Hubert Given in marriage by her broth- Lange were honored at a wedding < r, Charles I odd of Houston, the shower Saturday, January 30th bride wore a navy suit with white from 7 to 9 p.m. in the home of leather hat and veil. Her aeees- \[r lrlcj Mrs Dave Todd of Alto. dories were flight blue, and she ,, , ,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 February 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Looking Ahead ... THE CHEROKEEAN EXTENSION AGFNT'S WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thursday, February 11 Ponta 411 Club at Ponta Commu- nity Center Texas Home Economics Association in Fort Worth, Texas Radio — KKBE — Jacksonville — Jrcne P. Odorn 11 55 12 00 KTI.I" Husk Ann Shellham nur 1:15-1 20 Friday, February 12 Texas Home Economics Association jn Fort Worth, Texas Weigh Calves at Car! Wipprecht Kadio KEBE Jacksonville Harvel Grant 11 55 12 00 KTIJ." Rusk - Steve Lilly 1 15-1 20 Saturday, February 13 Texas Home Economies Association m Fort Worth, Texa<¡ 0 County Agent Steve Lilly Cherokee County folks are really planning ahead Soil sample are eopiifji; in every day, and are being aefct to the Soil Test laboratory dally from your Extension Service Office The Soil Test costs one dol- lar per sample Postage will be p«id by the National J'lant Food Institute Samples are being sent to the Teiüs A and VI College Soil Te t Laboratory There U a special information ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

rvico & &•'.« ■;n '¡Round . . Town tyfatíi ^Umndaiwd WE'VE NOTED before here that vote seeking is going to get hectic about the first of April . . . and we still don't think we were wrong . . . Just in Rusk we'll have a dozen or so city and school candidates that will be voted on in early April elections. At the same time, there'll be a couple of score other local candidates talking things up for the May 7 primaries . . . Just about 30 days separate local elections from the Democratic pri- maries. If you don't save candidate cards, you'd better make yourself a political calendar of some kind. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the ne'wsga'hering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. VOLUME 112 The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 181>7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy RUSK, TEXAS Methodist Set Honor For Bishop SOME 1,250 persons have al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

THE PACE 2 CUEROkefA\ FEBRUARY 18, 1960 State press ASSOCIATION m 11 .11 I Ülllli * CAPITAL NEWS * Looking Ahead ... CillUl.' < '> tu L. I i '®4/ Ab IHÉ: flUNttn Entered a.s second uím at Lhe postjfíice at Hum, Texa* andrr Act of Marrh 3 187# EL H WHITEHEAD MHS. E. H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Eili lor a rut PuMmher Office and Bamnefit Manager Nam Editor Any erroneous reflection up#;*, the character standing. or repi> tat ion of any person, firm, ar corporation wmeh may appear In Um xilumni of this newspaper will U- gLadly corrected upon being brougut fr> he attention of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES Six Months in County One Year in County SBi Months Out of County One Year Out of County Classified* and Cardi of Thanks eharq«d for a the raía of S« $1 76 STi 00 92 25 MOO word Editorials The Customer's Question Are Rusk Phones Worth MoreThanHenderson's? The Cherokeean doe< not presume to be <in authority on the finances of a tele- phone company. If it. were, it COUhl Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

THE FEBRUARY 18, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 has land seas- fise a little Ntfisk tve: E r ON ector: Iner: DE PORE >ur ing news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Wedding Shower Compliments Alto Bride-Elect, Miss Boyd ALTO—The lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Koss Boyd at East San Antonio Street was the place for honoring bride elect, Miss Nancy Boyd, with a miscellaneous wed- ding shower on Thursday evening, Fults, Mrs. R. E. Clevenger, Mrs. J. C. Boyd, Mrs. John M. Dixon, Mrs. Joe Lee Pyle, Mrs. Joe Fred Cosper, Mrs. Tracie Pearman, Mrs. Ager Turner, Mrs. Gerald Rice, Mrs. Bee Lindsey, Mrs. Warren February 11, 1960, from 2:00 p.m. Taylor Whiteman, Mrs. Tom Ken- to 5:00 p.m. The wedding is Feb- nedy, Mrs. Floyd Lindsey, Mrs. Ted ruary 26, 1960, at 7:30 p.m. at The Moore, Mrs. Jackie Jeter, Mrs. Ray First Baptist Church, Alto, Texas, Todd, Mrs. Ellis Jones, Mrs. Jim with Bro. Bill Morgan officiating. Burt, Mrs. Lewis Terrell, Mrs. The guests were greeted at the Brum Brunt, and Mrs. Ros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

STREET Construction Starts On BEAT Big New Bowling Alley Mann ' Pvt ROGER L. REA- GAN, son of MR and MRS R. L. REAGAN, and Pvt. THOMAS E MOORE, JR . non of THOMAS E MOORE, finish /our weeks of in- dividual combat training Feb 19 at Camp Pendleton, California A reference to Jacksonville is .made in the current issue of At:ri culture Leaders Digest, reports Dr. P A YOUNG He also reports 1,111 cold hours recorded as of Monday, ttx hour* short of the total for last year at the same time. However, the total is adequate for all tre>' fruits in the area, he said The Reverend HILL J O N E S, former I.,on Morris student, spoke at McCary's Chapel three days last week J)r C E. PEEPIJCS preached in Houston's Glen Brcíük Methodut 'Church la.st Sunday and ut the !First Methodist Church in Juague 'City that e\ enirii! The l/jri Morn ¿Male Quart' t san« at the I w o Jthurches. t Police Captain AKCIIIK COOK "has been in the hospital with the j flu this week JOHN MARVIN .V.'ATTHL'BER is in town on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

IIS it To Kelp Alto Church Methodists Plan Honor For Bishop FRED FLORENCE E. B. GERMAN' Sister Of Rusk Citizen Dies Monday Funeral seniors were held for Mr.s. I!. F. Stout, 88, Wednesday, February 17th at Ennis. She was the sister of Mrs. \V. E, Wallace of this city. , Mrs Stout, member of a pioneer ' family in Ellis County, and mother if District Judj-ie A. II. Stout of Waxahachie, died at the home of ;i daughter, Mrs. Thomas Q Mose- , ley in Ennis Monday. .Mrs. Stout was the former Mar- tha Anseline Nesmith of Colbert County, Ala She came to Palmer with her parents in 1876. She was married in 1893 to Mr Stout, whose family helped settle Ellis County in 1845. She and her hus- band made their home on a farm west of Ennis for many years. After her husband's death in 1934 Mrs. Stout operated the farm until 10 years a^o, when she moved to Ennis. She was a member of the Tabernacle Baptist Church, Ennis. She is survived by two s o n s, .Judííe Stout of Waxahaclue and Dr. Walter C. Stout,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Car For Sale 1953 FORD V-« Tudor Sedtrt, Stsnderd Trans- mission, Heater, Solid Tr fi por (•♦ion at only . . . $295.00 1954 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 6 cyl. 4 door. Local one owner cMr, eutomatk transmission, ra- dio, beater, white fir , top con- dition. $699.00 ONE ONLY NEW 1959 FORD V8 PICKUP See u* for a really good buy In this NEW Pickup. 1955 FORD V Fairlane 4-Deor Sedan Magic Air heater, wt it® tire , beautiful white paint. Nice lo- •al ear. Only $795.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 5AVOY 4DOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip- ped. A iteol at only $725.00 1952 PLYMOUTH 4-Door sedan, standard trans mission Low cost transporta- tion. $199.00 1957 FORD V8 Fair lane 500 4-dr. Factory-air, radio, heater, power steering, power brake . Local ear, ex- sellent condition in every re fpect. $1795.00 TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2264 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0272 rüiLL^y We ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

luí It loute Me I Sta. |-p-34 |Un« or •ur t k oup- 4i te will me, >1, and aake lo us In 5, >C 16 ink, k'ant |fc-38 of ble 3 FOR Q&/CX RESC//TS JACKSONVILLE WHAT RUSK FOLKS CENTRAL HEATING Average 5 openings for as little as $375.00 Terms! Call for estimate. January through February, WIL- i I4MS PLUMBING CO JERRY G ** 3 Mrs. Vernon Hester Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sherman,' tamc p i mtt 141M i u spent Sunday an(* Monday at Hous- Mrs. Noye Preston and their house WILLIAMS, Rusk, MU 3-4152, J. H. ton visiting their children Mr. and guest Mrs. John Skiles of Fort WILLIAMS, Daniels Addition, MU Mrs. M. E. Acker and Rex. Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Rosco 3-4849. 6-t-c-31 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hamilton of Gilpen at Liberty first of this week. — Linden visited friends and relatives Mrs. J. W. Chandler of Jackson- here Saturday. They were accom- ville spent Friday with her sister panied by their son-in-law and Mrs. M. B. Ellis. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Con- Mrs. Mable Horn and Mrs. Will wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

M«l I THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 18, 1960 mtv h ■% ,s miu.r.ii MILS. I. KAKI Valentine Luncheon Is Hostess To Given Honoring Couple Valentine Party Sat. Mr and Mrs D Minton Moseley entertained with a most delightful lurichepp at their lovely home Sun- ilay. Fcb.rjiary 1 íth honoring Miss polorcs Miller arid Mr Donald II. Clayton, Jr , whose marriage is to Bob son, H i - s A.s freii( ,'oker Miss Elizabeth Ann Gib- sister of the bride to he and Robert Leake •! ' i r. g the ho.ste . were Miss S11¡j i:'and Mrs Mildred Full orí. be TJ flo ¡-roup Mrs. mm zed February: 27th i',rue w* -, beautifully ¡decora embolic of Valen 'I ! j I i {j ,, white >. and rod japo li lent, not only ■ 't. fragrance mm making an >'•(1 of wh; MissMouton Mr. Butler PledgcVowi •ni. MISS KNKI,LINGS i and table ,r rei tufi Tea Shower Compliments Bride-Elect ul tie i! merit 7>ie hospitable home of Miss Bob l<eakc and Miss Irene Snelling.s was the beautiful setting for a most delightful tea shower Saturday ev...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

1 CHEROKEE m ■ "rji I i I COUNTY FARM NEWS- County Agent Steve Lilly Has your soil been tested7 Some 313 samples were aboard Ihe spe- cial truck to the Soil Testing Lab ;.t College Station which left the Extension Office Friday afternoon. Some of the people responsible for loading the Soil Samples on the Special Truck were Mrs. Bill Lee, Rev. Delbert Milstead and Mr. Bill Parrott Dub Isaac furnished the pick up for the special trip. Rev I) E. Milstead of Reklaw told Ed llavard, Agent in Rural Development, that people are Com- ing to me asking for us to help them get the soil tested. Ed and the Organized Communities are due a vote of thanks for the out- standing job they are doing. This just ends the Community Contest, let's not let it end the Four Point Sail Fertility Program. If you haven't had your soil tested, be sure and do so. Have you noticed the outstand- soil fertility program. We want to add our congratula- tions to the winners of the Indus- trial Essay Contest. Ciayle Haws...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

PACE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 18, 1960 Editorial by Martha Coker Make no little plans: They h?ve no magic to Stir men's blood and probably themselves will not Be realized Make big plans, Aim high In hope and work. Remembering that a noble, Logical plan once recorded Will sever die, But long after we are gone Will be a living thing Asserting itself with growing Insistence Aim high in hopes and dreams Set your sights on a goal arid tí o ;,fter it, never settling for any- thing less Don't go through life aimlessly, never kr.owing what you want or where you ar<- going. Have a definite purpose to fulfill and try .your b«st to fulfill it Kveryone should have ambition 1 ]«: 1 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18 & 19 A MAN'S PICTURE THAT WOMEN LOVE! GARY \ CHARLTON COOPER \ HESTON k A JIAIM fcMATIM MOWCT#* THE WRECK & MARY DEARE m QHtMAfCOff —< urtoCOLOK —CARTOON— "Little School Mouse" SATURDAY—ONE DAY ONLY FEBRUARY 20 FEATURE NO. 1: Wild Women Of Wongo' FEATURE NO. 2 Sfe i •PLU...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

SALE STARTS THURSDAY FEBUAIY 18-8 00 A.M. TRIADWEL L'S Dry Goods Store ALTO, TEXAS SALE STARTS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13-000 A. . SALE SIZZLERS Limited Quantities Men's Socks 2 pair 25c Men's Stretch Socks ... 3 pair $1.00 Men's Shoes-15 pair .... each $2.00 Yard Goods 8 yards $1.00 $1.59 to $2.98 Bath Rugs . . . $1.00 29c to 39c Panties 4 for $1.00 Ladies 79c Panties 39c 11 Only-Women's Coats $6.00 8 Only-Women's Robes .... $1.00 50 Pair-Ladies' Shoes 69c Panty and Slip Sets $1.59 $2.98 to $3.95 Bed Jackets ... $1.59 $2.98 Pajamas $1.59 12 Pair Boy's Dress Pants . . . $1.00 Girl's & Children's Socks 2 pair 25c BMWM.JWBK! After Serving The Public Of Alto And Vicinity For Over 37 Years Treadwell's Has Sold Us Complete Inventory. The New Owners Now Offer You The Entire Stock At Give-A way Prices. This Is Your Chance To Buy Nationally Advertised And Other Goods At Reduced Prices. Be Mere Early For Best Selections. Buy For Now! Cuy For Later !-Save As Never Before. Nothing Reserved. Ever...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

tiVf 'í -t-r 1 ■i i j 'fsiSl | I MI, In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU 12722 J.C. WILLIAMS "YCUR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUGSTORE REXALL — NYAL PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph MU 3 4427 CARLISLE 3UILDFRSSUPPLY PHONE MU 3 234A BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F D I C. GPEGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' il'sans bank BIrici. MU 3-22/7 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FTFD Alio 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 A CUENZEL) ALEXANDER & I USK SERVICE STATION & GAPAGC €•* - -. r • *♦'< 3 T74? RUSK CHURCHES This Sunday Hear ASSEMBLY OF OOO Pdator IlKV J A GRIÍMN W Hijead a y í'rayer Meeting W M ('- Friday 2 p m. Morning Worship U a.m....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

m ii . VMS' «r m\mr . ... Mm K. Bks Í.J , ... a famous and well known quotation, and a good rule to follow. Any doctor will agree that eating some fruit every day is beneficial to health. Eating fruit is an aid to health and also gives us great pleasure, for instance how about one of mother's delicious apple pies, or what joy comes from biting into a nice juicy apple, or orange. Spiritually, attending church is of great benefit to us. The soul needs the nourishment provided by a good sermon or the encouragement of fellow worshippers. Not only do we need the things that the church offers, but there are many pleasures to be derived there. 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 way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish, Therefore, ev...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

THE PACE 6 CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 18, 1960 ■f- Jacksonville Hospital News Miss Betty Travis Is Feted V/jfh Coffee In O'Keefe Home Miss Hcglcr Has First Birthday NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Rusk, Mrs F II Clayton, F'oynor; February 12 Ji'f Templeton, city, William J Admitted: Willie May W o o d. Hushes. < ity; James Kdwin Her Frankston; Lester B. Thompson, riru:, city; Claude Miller. Sel man dty; Wilbur Gilbrcath, Palestine; City; Airs Jittimie f) Tin d e I, Mrs. William, Bolton, Henderson; tírownsboro, Gerald Neal Haberle, Sirs. Elmer Ashby, Henderson; city; Mrs f-Mclla Mae Collins, Luf Robert Wells. Van; Mrs. W. M. kin; Mrs Mamie KinR, Husk; Mrs Merrill, city; Suzanne Taylor, city; Ray Perry, Frankston; Mrs J C William T. Ross, Troup; Phillip Rhoarle city; John K f-oftin. Mark Brooks, Palestine; Ricky Con- Flint, Mr . Martin I. Kirn '. Cush rad Brooks, Palestine; Mrs. I«irry in:.'; Gary Allan Martin, T r o u p; Dean Haynes, city; Mrs Herbert M.irvin W Pike. Rullard, Mrs I, E. Coleman, city...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

ü 1 YELLOW •"''' '\y q^-h ó -;it" HOUSE OF REGO / MAXWELL Guaranteed Garden Fresh Produce EN CABBAGE FRESH GREEN Paund ONIONS CALAVOS CELLO CARROTS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT RUTABAGAS DELICIOUS APPLES Each Pound Bag Each Pound 113 Siie—Each ándtte best things in cans Canned foods are the mainstay of your menus. You know you can depend up>on the consis- tent quality of canned foods, that the better brands of canned foods deliver a high standard of cleanliness, tastiness, and nutrition whenever you use them. 1960 is the 150th Anniversary of canned foods, and to celebrate this big event Piggly Wiggly is having a record-breaking canned foods sale! For bottom prices in top quality canned foods, shop Piggly Wiggly. HOUSE OF REGO DEODORANT Reg. 7 9l—Now 59' Quart 39( MORTON SALAD DRESSING TISSUES R°LL|0( TOWELS Guaranteed Top Quality Meats TIP TOP HAMS DECKER'S PURE PORK HALF OR WHOLE Pound 419' SNO CLUB MELLORINE Half Gallon 39 41 BONNIE BAKER MILK LIGHT CRUST FLOUR 6 SMALL OR 3 TALL CANS SE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 18 February 1960

PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 18, 1960 State * CAPITAL NEWS THIS FIRE WAS STOPPED IN TIME I jfjwpi i -ryr- wr'«pju By V«rn Sanford Texas Pre * Association AUSTIN—Here we iio again It seems as if a sf;:;meiit of T< history is repeating itself as state and numerous gas romp.v go to court to decide the con •' lionality of a new gas tax Some 80 gas companies h a xas the I ful v\ tional (¡ a:> new :• mile h roer P¡ tuaiiy the I. Jer lared unf S Sufireriu companies are attif r ■v era nee benefn iary Ihe arr.e ground ■ II Ui|fi:r¡;: tax Tie . nit violation of ¡ríéj r ,t .j; tlitu* nil rt did id it .I'll lit' leaders to fa '■rit of lo< . favor teachers' port made a I P TA special salarie i. to Gov I.Ki h i T h v e de HC V ■ by Six mi filed suit asking the court to dare invalid the tn'-;r .1 i.'as era nee beneficiary tax passed the I j ::islature last summer of the suits are .set f'>r tri.l be runs; February 15 They will be tried in the same Austin district court in whidi the co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

• 0 ft Mlui Mf r i ! I '(Round . . Town ^ I itfi Raundalkuit This weather is what you could call wretched ... a lot of folks found themselves without electri- city Wednesday, and the utility companies w e r e in a deadlock battle with ice. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsga'hering 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, 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 I FEBRUARY 25, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 10 PAGES NUMBER 36 Still scarce down at city hall are city council candidates. Genon Hig- gins has filed for the one-year post . . John Butler filed on Monday but withdrew his candidacy Tues- day . . . But there's another full week to file . . . This week is FFA Week, next week is Public School's Week and World Day of Prayer (Friday) . . . there's plenty to observe, weather permitting. Looking forward to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN *AC« 2 FEBRUARY 25. I960 Austin Highlights B&PWCIubToMeetThurs. For Dinner TEXAS f¡rpRTSS"«1moci«Tio Solons Study Budget Trends Tft&nkek- The Rusk Business and Profes- 7 15 p m. aional Women's Club will meet for Hostesses will be Mrs Edith a monthly dinner Thursday even- Vick, Mrs Essie Madden and Misa ing, February 25th at Quinton's, Marion Mallard. Program for the evening is to be i cancer detection film, entitled Never Alone." i960 "O *wk ■ iMk KIOMCbk Entered M aecond cia&a miliar at tha poNtsffice at Rima. Teiaj antier Art of March 3. 187$ E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E. R WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Busineui Manager N*wt Editar Any erronaoua refieetloa upo , the cfaaraater «landing. or repu tati^n of any peraon. firm, *r corporation watch may appear in ma column* of tbit newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougnt t!> jfaf aflfpUqa of the puhllsfter. SUBSCRIPTION Six Months m County Ob* Year ta County 8k Month* Out W Cou...

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