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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

to be titled T H E FEBRUARY 25, 1960 CHEROKEEAN To Attend School PAGE 3 WHAT Rusk Folks A.E Mrs. Egbert Cope land of Wood ville, Mississippi is visiting her son and daughter-in-law Mr. arid Mrs. I'aul Copeland and children. Kent Fulton of Port Arthur is on vacation and is visiting his mother Mrs. Mildred Fulton; her son Bob Fulton of Houston spent the weekend here. Mrs. J. Q. Charnblee of Fulton, r;s < f í'úi'bün I!i 11. AlaVríja. moth- ir «nd oi' .• of Mrs C. II Vick are \ i s i 1111this wck in the V i c k home. Mrs. Yi.k's cousin, M r s Kfhh Kellev and daughter of Dal- las, spent Sunday here. Jennell llc-nry and F«dtíie Bo wen of Gilmer wire dinner fuests of the Earl Henry family Sunday and h lped celebrate little Cathy Hen- Mississippi and Mrs. Marylize liar- ry's third birthday. r ¡< rt THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 & 26 coujitaMncnMam* *~k the . * fhtng* .jontaines • aovtit raoDucio) -PLUS SECOND BIG HIT — csuaeu «CTOKJ nuuni nil unci* (¡£j) «mil '«i«£ 1001 ARABIAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

rXils~ Art McKifnurry, hospital admin*!rator "I Nari Trivia Memorial Hospital, has nami-d a lVllow in th«; Arrn'ricah Collet;*; of Hospital AcJmin: ¡tratar . A gradual.* of Oklahoma University, with a rna.-tt' rs ilegrce in hospital administration from Northwestern l.'niver -ty, McKlrmirry i given ! h i y, honor after yervirg two years as a nominee and five years :ts. a member of the organiza! n. "Stop Rheumatic Fever" Drive To Be Launched Thursday, J'ville Two Loca! Women Attend Conference Credit Course Begins Monday At J'vüle HS I VII l.h; The ten hour cofurse for Jut k .oriv (IIr* ( r>'tlit and • ollc find man a 'cmíín' arid fieronrifI bp -if. i Monday at the Jacksonvillc II ch .School. Mr. Forest 11 u ? f on. K'*t.iil M'r chan's A j-fK'i.'iiiori, said ría- es would be condu* ted ;it from 7:00 to 9.30. to p« rinit maxiniurn attendance The course, under the direction of l-owry M farpcnt'T r >• t ,-i i | • redil specialist from the l.'niver sit y of Texas, in-'ributive fCduca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

WE SALUTE THESE NEW RUSK CIT Greetings To ... THE I LEY FAM'LY GREETINGS TO GLEN and ANN ILEY The lleys have just n.oved to Ru;k, where Mr. Iley will loin his father in the operation «f Rusk's new poultry processing plant! Prior to moving to Rusk, they had lived in Gonzales, Texas. Glen and Ann live on Highway 69 in Rusk, near the South Texas Producers Association Plant. Greetings To ... THE ELLIOT FAMILY THE A. E. ELLIOTS ARE NOW MAKING RUSK THEIR HOME Mrs. Elliot is the former Doris Looney of this city. Mr. Elliot has recently retired from the oil well drilling and contractor field, in which he was engaged for some twenty years. The Elliots come to Rusk from Hobbs, New Mexico. They attend church at the First Christian Church here. Greetings To ... THE REECE FAMILY WELCOME KENNETH and MARY NELL REECE! The Reece family, including children, Mary Joyce, 4, Larry Ray, 17 months, and Sandy, 3 months have lived at Union Hill since 1958, and this month moved their resi- dence to North Hen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE t CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale $295.00 $199.00 1957 rORD V8 Fairlone 500 4 dr. Factory-air, radio, heaK-r, power steering, power brakes. Lotal car, ex- cellent condition in every re- spect. $1795.00 TFADES& TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 7766 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 79297 f-dDuT)-1 WW We Need Good, Clean Used Cars Check Our Deal Now On Trade-Ins Used Cars New Cars COPELAND Motor Company Alto, Texas 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau tlful light blue 4 white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tire*. Like new. $1495.00 1953 FORD V 8 Tudor iedan, standard trantmiv (ion, heater. Solid transporta- tion at only. 1954 BUICK Super V 8 4 door, radio, heater, and air conditioned. Jackson- ville owner. T>545.00 ONE OiNLY NEW 1959 FORD V3 PICKUP See us for a really good buy in this NEW Pickup. 1955 FORD V 8 Fairlane 4 Door Sedan Magic A r heater,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

ewe# rUF X£str£rs«stHe CENTRAL HEATING Average 8 «penings for as little as $075.00 Terms! Call for estimate. Jaaaary through February, WTL- iiAMW PLUMBING CO., JKRBY G. WILLIAMS, Rusk, MU 3-4152, J. H. WILLIAMS, Daaiels Addition, 3-4840. f-t-e-31 Radio Repair Work EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL TYPES Of RADIOS. OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. HONEST ANO REASONABLE PRICES. URDAL RADIO Ph. MU 3-4046 Rink, Texas tfe-44 Aortbhm of Sheet Metal Dude, Gutters, Mew Pipes SHfiDOAN Sheet Metal Weeks Patten at Aleheme-Phene 28218 Jeckeenvllle "Sip; '■W¿' ATTENTION HOME OWNERS! Insulate the Lee-Way. Enjoy the Finest. For the finest job, the finest materials, and the very best price, contact Your Number 1 Insulator in All East Texas Lee Insulating Co. Phone LY 4-5C33 (day or night) or write P. O. Bex 3247 Tyler, Texas tio-34 TELEVISION REPAIR: Per ex- pert television repair ami unit cali MU 84041, «Mal Radie Ce, Rusk, Texas. Oaly lateaMoa Shop vltk first suum govern meat Il- ia Risk area. We de 11. LOST & ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

PAGE • THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 25, 1960 Weekend Specials MICH0LS0NC ■'FOOD STORE Tip Top Pure LARD 8¡95' Market Sliced BACON 3 • $r No. 1 Red POTATOES 39' Admiration COFFEE ¡59' Fresh Pork ROAST ¡39' ' Alma Spaghetti ¡10*89' Sunny OLEO 2 i 25' RE-TRAINING. .. (Continued from Pag* 1) (Group B)Cherokee Motor* MONDAY, 3-14 60 7 00 p.m.-7. IS p.m., Review, Chief of Police Jacksonville-Mr. Sam Bol- ¡linger; 7 15 pm 8 15 pm, Traffic Law (Group A), Dept. of Public Safety; Driving Procedure (Group H>, I)ept of Public Safety; 8 15 p.m.-A.30 p.m., Draw for 1) o o r Prize Refreshment Break, Home Demonstration Council; 8:30 p.rn - f) :i<) ' pro , Driving Procedure fr¿roup A), Dept of Public Safety; ¡Traffic 1,'iw (Group ii>. Dept. of Public Safety. TUESDAY, 3 15-60 7 00 p.rri -7:15 p rn., Review, O (' '(¿.utherie, State Highway Patrol- man Cherokee County; 7 15 p.m - 7 45 p rn., ROW Problems ((¡roup A Dept of Public Safety, I>r I.leer c Review (Group li), Dept.. of Public Safely; 7:...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

u !í \t CM f s 9 1 «fflra m ;'s*. la :W, lit ! <;;S &&£ m « ii i i i w Methodists Plan For Canvass The Executive Committee of the First Methodist Church Every Mem- ber canvass plans to announce soon a Church rally which will include a congregational dinner The event will serve to inform the church of the program for the coming year. The meeting is now in the planning stage Paul Cox is general chairman for the Every' Member canvass. Execu- tive Committee members are: Les- ter Goff, Program and Resources; J. W. Summers, Materials and Pub- licity; Robert Banks and John Clai- borne Williams, Jr., Prospects and Visitation. Cox said that this program of stewardship is designed so t h a t every member of the local church will be well informed in regard to the needs, aims and functions of the entire church program, "Christian stewardship is the practice of systematic and propor- tionate giving of time, abilities and material possessions based on the conviction that these three ar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN fAM TWO FEBRUARY 25, 1W0 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Flick Pick and A Fast Cast EAGLE EYE . . . Ajswtaat Mitar llMMffcr DO*ju Lnaacfl Doma B*tbw«ll Alka Ray Ijirrj Taller U«« GoU W illumi Toil Richard TMkett Okar, Ww#a Wairtbraak Fay R4rk«lt>ae* UK l*wia MtCarraii Editorial By Dorwu Bothwall Thw week celebrates the birth •f *m of thi* country's moat mem •rabia praaldeota — Georga Wash- ington He lived, worked, and loved tbia ••ontry America i« proud of the heritage thai nh« ha* e«med not one that ha* been presented a* a bronzed priM The trophy of our heritage ha* been fashioned, molded, and gLaaed by rough and callouaed hand*. The bronze from which it *u made ia the souls, heart*, bod- ies. and lites of million* of heroic men Meri who by their brow sweat and blistered hands and men who by their self sacrificed laid the *olid foundation for the construction of a miKhty, massive country What in America' "The house I liva in, the friends that. I h a v e found, the folk*...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

7 Six Chapters Vie FFA Forestry Contest Set In Rusk Thursday Teams from six county FFA chapters will assemble in Hu.sk at 2 Thursday for the annual Soil Conservation District Forestry Con- Maydelle WINNIE CONNER A/GWS Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Luper of Garland were guests of the Hayden | diameter, and tree selection. Lupers this week. ! ,fhrce banners wjU be awardedj Mr. and Mrs. Roy W ilson of l ros- i n 0f t|le lvvo divisions accord- ley were visitors with Mrs. Effie n„ t0 scures Gill this weekend. The '"Texas Forest Service will Johnny Fondren a student of :sclm the site for the contest and S. F. A. College at Nacogdoches j ^¡n act as supervisor. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i q Elbert Fondren oyer the weekend, j Mrs. Vera Olidden who has been | in a Palestine Hospital is home and| much improved. Mr. John Fletcher who has been sick with the flu is not improving. Mr. Reagan Sherman and daugh- WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING U./Sgt. and Mrs. Albert Vaught and children Jerry and Alvabeth o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

A Famñly That Prays T (•). ther In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU 5-2M2 J.C.WILLIAMS -YOUR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MO 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU 3-3344 BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY r bjnk Bldg. MU 3 27/7 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FCED Alio Hwy. iVU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manager CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.DI.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 OU INTEL) ALEXANDER b LUSK SERVICE STATION b GARAGE C«r. lyifMn I M Ml RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor. REV J A O RUTIN Wwlneaday Prayer M<-«tain W M C Friday ¿ p m. Morning Wornhip 11 a.m., Sunday C. A S*rvlcr 7 p.m., Suodai Evening...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

Attend Chorclb of Your Choi© TRU v< r ^QU^éI ^ ylOflá ; ... Qnpo'\nted °9e"c^m,0I man and The AurcJ. ,s .h° \tn0v/\ed9e °* that \ove man to * *e oí \\\s demo"" Without this 9 ^ Q\\ fe \ov\ng K.s f¡f vern«nent ov soaetY ^ ho\d love of C'0¿| n 9 „ nn¿ the freedoms ^ ^ ifitt ** Pf StabW P*'^ Support the Church - s0 deof i v-,e>Ni one shou\ ^ ^,s tam W- a se\fah po«nt0 Uote 0f h^\ upho\d fot the sote 0 veff every PeT . *e\\s Ahe truth Beyond iMV*1?- the church becausei ^hich Trusting that his father will keep him from harm, and why not, doesn't his father love him, and provide for him. Even in times of illness hasn't father shown concern and given him words of encourage- ment. Yes, trust and faith become greater with experience. We trust in the heavenly father that he will provide and minister to our daily needs. Attend church regularly and learn more of God's love for all. Attend church so that you may give thanks and ' show God that his works and love are appreciated. JACKSONVIL...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

Jk6lMSl Ttert'séfn MS/EftWAY! Shop piggly wiggly i . . . Even if it is Leap Year, you don't have to go hunting that man (or charm- ing the one you've already got) with a shotgun and a baseball bat! Just serve him some delicious meals from PIGGLY WIGGLY and you've got him! (Don't worry if you can't cook! Piggly Wiggly has dozens of prepared dinners! Just thaw and serve!) Remember, the best man-pleasin' food in town is at Piggly Wiggly! IT'S HERE, IT'S NEW, PIGGLY WIGGLY OWN WISHY WASH ALL PURPOSE Giant DETERGENT Box OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE 300 Can PIRATS' GOLD OLEOMARGARINE 2 BLACKBURN'S B Guaranteed Top Quality Meats DECKER'S IOWANA--Free Samples of sausage and bacon Sat. 5 Lb. Jar GLADIOI A CAKE MIXES 4 Pkgs. $P BACON -€ ■ggjgg B DICKER'S PURE PORK ^ t¡ ■■ if',- SUNSHINE Crackers ZEE TISSUE 4 Roll 390 ZEE NAPKINS 80 Count 150 ZEE TOWELS 2 Rolls 390 ZEE SANDWICH BAGS 30 Count 100 BUD WAFFLE SYRUP" Oz. Bottle 250 STARKIST TUNA CHUNK—Regular Can 350 Mrs. Tuckers Shortening 3 Lb. C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

Turney HD Club Will Bake Cakes J'VILLE — Mrs. Grace Francu ■ meeting with prayer. Roll call was S. Ousley, Telephone 8781 or Mrs. was hostess for the Turney Home answered with each member telling Grace Francis, Telephone 9380. Demonstration Club Friday at 2 u , •'clock. Mrs. C. S. Ousley presided fa™nte flower. The counsel ; Following recreation led by Mrs. at the meeting. j rep°rt was given by Mrs. Grace Francis, jello and cookies were ser- Mrs. Tennie Bounds opened the Francis and Mrs. Ousley. Mrs. Moon ved to Mrs. Henry I^jcy, Mrs. Ma- Rave the report on officers train- lone Vaughn, Mrs. Carolina Moon, ing at the counsel. Mrs. Bednan Mrs. Jettie Masters, Mrs. Bernarz, was appointed by the counsel to Mrs. Ousley, and three visitors, Joe go to the District meeting at Center and Pat Moon and Debbie Oaks, on Thursday, April 21. The club Mrs. Bednarz was awarded the door was to quilt a quilt Monday even- prize. ing in the home of Mrs. Bounds, j Mrs. Jettie Masters will be hos- Anyone ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE • FEBRUARY 25, I960 + Jacksonville Hospital News -/- NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL February 15 Admitted: Mrs George Blake, city; Tippy Carl Tarnow, city; Wil- liam Edward Bolton, Rusk; Mrs. Henry O. Seelbach, city; Mrs Lon- uie Ford, city; Lonnie Calhoun Ford, city; Mrs. Doris Taylor, city; Mrs. Lola Moore, Alto, Dorsey D. Liner, Ben Wheeler; Owen I) Weems, city; Mrs Truett M Hey nolds, Athens; Bobby Joe Dudley, city; Mr . A. B. Morehead, Klkhart; The Truth About Prescription Cost Did thi l *r pr««:rlption $®«rn high priced? It may hava be«n somathing naw . . . not yet ma t produced! Penicillin w«t very costly, when naw, but now if inexpensive! You c«n't guett praacription cotti, but you ca.i depend on us for fair prices at PHONE /274 May Drug Inc. Lai mm at Ragsd/ile Jacksonville • NTIGBItt • ifRVKI . JAflty Mr-. Mack S. Smith. Center; Mr* Lowell Gillespie, city; Mrs. Graver Mayo, city; James Milton Mender son, city Dismissed Travis Tarter, Lufkin; William C Barber, Hende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

Microfilm Scrvico f o Box 8ui>o 'fiaimd . . . Town 9 It tíi Jiaiu idaSa* i t COUNTY WIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsga'hering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local iews medium in Cherokee County. rgijL H_ S I he Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ESTAIU I SHED AS THE PION ELK JULY 5. 18A7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy WE DON'T HAVE TO wonder VOLUME 112 any more what we would do with- out electric power . . . like most of Rusk and Alto folks Wednesday, v/e would sit down and wait for it to come back on . . . Cherokeean* this week were con- siderably delayed by the power fail- ure Wednííday . . . but most every- body was affected one way or the other. Some folks were without heat, some couldn't cook, nobody could see TV or listen to the radio. Gas station couldn't pump gas, garages, theaters, everybody that uses electricity was crippled . . . Cherokee County Electric Coop had some trouble, but their radio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

THE PAGE 2 CHEROKEEAN MARCH 3, 1960 Austin Highlight* p R ESS 7960 > i >•<—. •4/ AS [ Mfc flOMKBO Entered u second tu « iruttier at the postoffice t Ruax. Tifias under Art of Marrta 3 lfiTfl E. II. W'HJTIlHRAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROVTN K/JiUrr uñé PuMtaher ©flic and Biwunesi M*n K r nwki fr'xiiMr Ar.y erroneous reflection upo* the character «vmwJitik. or repu laUuD of any person, firm, or corporation wntch mny appear In the columns of tbii newspaper will be (¿larjjy corrected upon fc «in¿í brought to tb* al If ration oí the publisher subscription Slx Montkj ia County Ob* Year m Counijr Six Monik* 0«t of County Om Year 0«t f County RATES SI 75 s;t oo $2 25 U 00 CiMfifwdt nd Card f Thank* chara^d for a> the ral of 5c per word. Cherokeean Editorials County's Economic Logic Public official ■ berated •oundly when something i.; itrriii seldom arc rricour- ajjfi by words of appnjeia- t r; when things appear to be íroií¡üt well. I¡ijt here and ti o w we corniin.'h'l tho cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

>• 1 Pledge Vows By Candlelight Feb. 11 Oelore a beautifully decorated al- tar in R u s k* s First Methodist Church, Saturday. February 27th at eight o'clotk in the evening, Miss Dolores Miller became the bride of Mr Donald Hudson Clayton, Jr. Mis Miller is the daughter of Mrs. Mildred Gibson of Rusk and Mr. J. R. Miller, Jr. of Tyler. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mr . Donald Hudson Clayton. Sr. of Rusk. in a soft candlelight setting, Dr M. L. Sims of Oklahoma City, re- tired Methodist minister, and un- cle of the bride and the Rev. J Wesley Jones, pastor of the Metho- dic Church at Boerne, and uncle of the groom, read the impressive double ring ceremony of the church in the presence of many relatives and friends. Vows were repeated before a background of floor bas- ket* of white calla lilies and foli- age. The altar was accentuated by nine, seven tiered, white iron candelabrum holding burning white bridal candles which cast a soft Slow on the wedding scene. The candelabr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 3, J 960 Sorority Has Meeting .Von. M ie iJlli Home •nil Vice president, Mildr d Cliap- program for the even man. presided Monday nip!/ .: a iV«ry Great" meeting of the Xi Epsilon Kr-oa She selected Albert Kin stein «'• Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the one of the modern "en ¡its", noting home of Mrs Marie Mehner hew- that he wa born in I87ÍÍ at Munich, (Hi. fierrn>ny She pointed out that hi; During the buaines .vision, '•;,rl>' >, i4rx w('r" aomethmg of a routine reports were mad • indud ^Cfiravation to hi* teacher* who ing the announcement tiiat t h e were unanimous in arreeirií! this next meeting would he held at the '>0> "'upid, he < annot learn a home of Mrs. Jane Thompson, 'hirm Manh 14th with the program to l>e However difficult hi* adjust given by Mrs Irma von Doenhoff rr,t ritn prior to arid including adult Mrs Chapman also presented the hood, Einstein succeeded in making y theori explored ties! rontrihu ifu: world of ;s which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

pna 1' 5 nil. 1^ Mi- Paptisi |on in sr for o k I? $8 le at to |jests, In T. PN a- Stive |t af- rent lings THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 3, 1960 Maydeile News . . . PAGE 5 Mrs. Lena Arnwine visited Miss Nan Arnwine who is a patient in the Nan Travis Hospital Thursday. Master Kent French has t h e ■tumps this week. Mrs. Vera Glidden visited her father, Mr. Frank lYvor of Rusk Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scogin ef Richmond spent the weekend at their home here. Mrs. Scogin visit- ed with Mrs. Effie Gill Saturday p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Luper were business visitors in Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Coker was a visitor with her son, Wendell and wife of IUi.sk this weekend. Mr. Eldon Bothvvell and family visited with his mother, Mrs Maud Bothvvell during the week. The John Fletcher and Gerald Allen families have the flu this week. Mrs. Mildred Kuuch visited with Mrs. Mertie jiolsonibnck and the Calvin liendra:!;; of Palestino Sat- urday afternoon. Mr.-. Holsouibaek is sick it the I If mm 1 r,....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

I HE PAGE 4 CHEROKEEAN map ru r..\. n At Lake Jacksonville Way Given To Control Rough Fish J'VILLE—C. R. Ifttrian. aquatic biologist, Texas Game and K i s h Commission, has notified City Man ager Walter Cook of net specific tions and netting procedure to run tro! suckers, bullheads and tarp at Ltke Jacksonville The City Manager *,i- requ>' td by the City Council to get such in- formation from Inrnan. aloni; with his recommendations for restock- ing Like Jacksonville with bass In regards to restocking the lake, Inrnan said that many studies have proven that little or no survival is obtained with hatchery bass fry Rural Officials Meet In J'ville On Ag Program J'VíLLR W I. Scott District Extention Service Agent from Na cogdoches, and Dr W N William son, director of rural development, Extention Scrviie, Texas AAM Col lege, made a special trip to Jack- sonville and Husk to discuss the county'* rural development pro ■gram Monday. In the Jacksonville meeting, held in the City Council me...

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