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

II III >."^VY WaSSSS® Baptist Brotherhood To Be Headed By Ike Dante! The Brotherhood 01 First Baptist Church held its first meeting fol- lowing recent re - organization, Tuesday night, March 1st in Fellow- ship Hall of the Church. The group met for re-organizing last Thursday at the Church with Dr. Bradford Curry delivering the principal address. Now officers in- stalled at that meeting were: presi- dent, Ike Daniel; membership vice president, Alton Abernathy; activi- ties vice president, Mayo Slarkey; program vice president, o r r e n Spence; secretary-treasurer, Law- rence Clayton; song leader, J i m Bub (iriffin; pianist, Clinton Lloyd; and HA counselor, Jim Bob Griffin. At Tuesday's meeting the group discussed plans for the coining re- ! vival, al^o plans to attend the As- sociation;! 1 Brotherhood meeting at Heall's Chapel, Tuesday, March 8th. A chili supper will be served at Principal speaker is to be Eugene Greer with the State Mis- sions Department. The church re- present...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

• r • i i r * Eagles Eye ... EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Ar- n't you <11 happy that wi; all tot an unexpected vacation" It was quite (tudden, but it does not co without appreciation! However Mr Chapman assure# us that we will have to make it up at the end of the year Ah, come on, Mr Chap- man. have a heart'!! Our most heartfelt thank go to the wonderful people who took part in making the Senior Banquet at the Baptist Church the «Ucees that it was. Everybody thoroughly amjoyed the food, entertainment, and guest speaker, along with the rest <it the other nice attri tion that made the entire night one to Ik- remembered The Senior I'lay was east Monday, and those chosen prom i-e to ririak■ ■ it one worth waitliu' f'>r and attend ititr And ju-t i reiisjiider th ' H Friday nirht i t<, b> an nif-ortant one for all th" e >vho liS-:'' g< ..d solid fibmati- <■." >■&. liny v. <r tif •<. ts for the J n,f PI r. frm,I I-arry Dickerson was with Ian Sales Friday n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

¡$6 CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1953 FORD V-8 Tudor sedan, standard transmis- sion, heater. Solid transporta- tion at only. $295.00 1954 BUICK Super V-8 4-door, radio, heater, and air conditioned. Jackson- ville owner. $545.00 1946 CHEVROLET Pickup Hood tires, new paint, runs good. $195.00 1955 FORD V-8 Fairlane 4-Door Sedan Magic Air heater, white tires, beautiful white paint. Nice lo- cal car. Only $795.00 1955 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4 DOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip- ped. A sieal at only $725.00 1932 PLYMOUTH 4-Door sedan, standard trans- mission. Low cost transporta- tion. $199.00 1957 FORD V8 Fairlane 500 4-dr. Factory-air, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. Local car, ex- cellent condition in every re- sp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

Proclamation Last Home Game Whistle Finds World Dav of Praver Lon Morris Trailing Paris 68-65 " * \A J I • V« g J'VILLK Ix>n Morris College makf-up of a pamf that wai post WHEREAS, it i* the conviction f the United Council of Church Women, in fellowship with all those who seek the divine guidance of •ur Creator, that the many problr ms c< nfrontinR us today tin be solved •nly with the help of Almighty God, . rid, WTfEREAS. World Day of Prayer has been designated on an inter national, interdenominational, basis to join the people of the world to- gether in furtherance of the doetrine Th* Lord is Thy Keeper," and. WHEREAS, in order that the Chur h may fulfill the important role of exerting practical witness to the fa- of God's purpose iri human af fairs, thereby advancing the internal i< íl cause of r ' " on earth, it i > necessary that we be eve r mindful of he vast power of prayer in f'ir thering His word and Hi* work in c< nbating the forces of ¡.-vil that surround u...

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

%%%**« (Comef/r/hé? ffsfiy fa that needs (ookína \ w&rnx Yes, ma'am! Piggly Wiggly's seafood cases are certainly worth look- ing into! If you're observing the Lenten season or just looking for some- thing delicious and different to spice up your mealtimes, fresh and frozen seafoods are the answer! Variety, selection, Piggly Wiggly's seafoods have everything! For the best, for t\e most economical seafoods, shop Piggly Wiggly! LIGHT CRUST Lbs. FLOUR BONNIE BAKER Cans PIGGLY WIGGLY'S OWN ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT w Wishy LARGE CAGED UNGRADED EGGS Giant Box Doz. TAST- TICKS TAST- OCEAN LARGE SELECT CATFISH TAST-O-SEA HALIBUT 8 Oz. Pkg. 1 Lb. Pkg. O OYSTERS STEAKS pint 89' TUNA Guaranteed Top Quality Meats DIXIE MAID PICNIC ¡29 RATH 2 LB. THICK SLICED BACON CHUCK OR CROWN ROAST DECKERS PURE PORK SAUSAGE 12 Oz. Pkg. Can uiAiL, m/uu rn HAMS 2 89 c - 00 o GLADIOLA GOLD PIRAT SEAFEAST PINK HEINZ KETCHUP 20 Oz. Bottle PEPT0-BISM0L 59 Garden Fresh Produce LARGE CALIFORNIA CALAVOS Each 5 WINESA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 12 MARCH 3, 1960 In Rusk Monday I i Safety Engineer Talk To Open Driver Clinic Former Altoite ^ Appears In Area Concert M i! I! Herbert I, \jinicr, managing di- rector of the greater Waco Safety roúheil, 'Aill l<e key note speaker next Monday night when Home |/emf i| )tr.ition clubs of line county four on clinic for (Jnver "wsw#,eif March iri th( The boring machino of thr* llernilpn right arc .stacks of reel componer.! •. ■MM ) Rites Held For Victim of Fall, Jesse Milburn f'unerJ .service were held in the Wallace Funeral Hume Chapel last Saturday for Jc>se I Milburn, 4:i who died after a fall from a lower on which he was working Mr Milburn. an efnplovee of the Wall r T; nk Service, fnc . of Dallas, died in a Sweetwater hospital Feb 24 of Injuries received in the fall Ih• was a welding foreman for the firm The Rev K ,1 Birkeibach eon ducted the senre- a' ü last Sit i ¡ r da> Burial wfis in the A(oy cení' tep. Mr Milburn was ,i resident of Tyler He i survi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

East Texas' Furniture Headquarters The Cherokeean Bearden Furniture Company Section NUMBER 37 * * * * * * * ¥ RUSK, TEXAS March 3, 1960 VOLUMS 112 : 'ó ! ■v v. S - x¡ ■ r •••-, • URNITURE r Register For FREE GIFTS All Day Saturday * * * * New Bearden Furniture Store in its Fifth Street nighttime debut Bearden Introduces largest East Texas Store In __ mt v — jtzvñh ■■ J Opening fa m. 8~ I t o 1 ■ ■A ■ '>,A-Sfc UL* \ial li-r ;n i. of Oh r J, I); a small r. .Jyeksoíiii > i si(}i\ in Husk is also OOe ■ : !;;rgt'St mill Tito ! 1110(1- i rn fur.-.wiir. stores in Kast Texas. With ' " opening oí (ho latest store ,n (he ü'.'íiniiii chain, citizens of ,'iu.sk v. r11. s the most recent clj$p- ;u. "css story of a nativo ( lun'.y ird> n, v.'no wa - horn in Parted the story with io anil appliance -lio in t in 1!W7. The 20'x20' ; i op - rvod as a launching pad; for i lio mor! rn -: ir< s which Bearden owns in Texas. In 19H. after adding furniture I o his appliance 11; • ■, I ¡cardón mo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

Is! !!! ONE OF THE LARGEST FURNITURE STORES IN EAST TEXAS ON THE GROWING AND EXPANDING TO SERVE THE GROWING RUSK AREA Of Their New Larger Rusk Store mm IpPffl BBBB hrumki mamswmm j We Are Proud Of This New Store. It Wil! Be A Big Asset To Our Community The Following Rusk Businesses Extend Congratulations To Bearden Furniture Company and Its Staff On The Opening of This New Store Woods Piggly Wiggly Citizens State Bank Cherokee County Abstract Brookshire Brothers (MEMBER F.D.I.C.) Company First State Bank (MEMBER F.D.I.C.) Homer Davis Garage South Texas Producers Webb's Dress Shop E. B. Musick Insurance Agency Stovall Cleaners Association Butler Fence Co. (FIRST STATE BANK BUILDING) NOTHING DOWN, 36 MONTHS TO PAY Stover's Cafe Wadel-Connally Cherokee Service Station Verdie Mae Banks Grocery 1 i i J. C. Williams Texaco Moseley Drug Beall's Department Store CREDIT CONVENIENCE — CASH PRICES tj Rambler Magruder's Garage Chapman Pharmacy Lee Motor Company Gulf Coast Federated Feed Jared's...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

' 1 I 1 FURNITURE CO. Saturday at 9 A.M. the doors swing open, welcoming you to the official Grand Opening of East Texas' NEWEST, FIN- EST, FURNITURE STORE! V/e at Bearden's extend a cordial invitation to everyone to visit us, and be sure to regis- ter for the fabulous gifts, shown below. The drawing will be held Saturday nig ht at 7:30. Four lucky people will win! It could be you!! OUR OFFICIAL OPENING TO BE BROADCAST LIVE OVER STATION KTLU-1580 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and again from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 5th COME BY AND SAY "HI" TO GRANDMA! & 1960 12 cu. ft. KELVINATOR i. .... 17" Table Model ZENITH TV BUR-LOUNGER bv Burton-Dixie Automatic Washer by MAYTAG - WdWdgM Süa mm '' X: Firs Choice of Thousands POSTUREPEDIC fr Chosen as the standard of comfort, style and value! Posturepedic means supreme sleeping luxury! No other mattress gives such comfortable back support over so many years of useful life. No greater beauty! No finer quality! FULL OR TWIN SIZE Matching Foundati...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

he origina! BUR-LOUNGER Iff pa W #1 PA MPMf Today's greatest and most versatile furniture buy Follow th« trtnd to vcrwitility for dramatic decorating rfsuJt*. FhcíW twin Biir-i<oungf>rs form sectionals (an additional IxjI.Hter cleverly fills cornrr); makoa a corner arrangement; may Ix? placed hark to back; straight against a wall or gracefully (lank a fireplace. Remove bolsters and tbey also nerve as full-length beds! - thereby making an extra bedroom out of your den or living room complete 95 Per Unit Inncriprinq cushions and o steel frame construction with coverings of latest plastics in ( choice of colors. U THE NEWDALE u Luxurious Innerspririfi cushioned double duty divan for comfortable S0095 sleeping and extra trim looks by ' MMW day. M M TWO SPRING FILLED BOLSTERS "THE TWIN SLEEPER" FOR TWO! Brand new construction in a studio divan! Pulls out from the front to make two twin beds. Has innerspring con- duction. TWO SPRING FILLED BOLSTERS. $129 95 THE 'ELUDALE' INNERSPRIKG...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

>n- BE ARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY m K ' UCUMk; - t>: x ■ < qmt1 ftrp ■•:' ÍtShÉí ..• •-/•.A KELVINATDR ■] (isejv r-J i . r4 ■iw Ü ...j a u * V; •uti> i*Nlkfc *?.■?, r SB sr í ? * 'j; > W > J /!"W il "'! '•! ,<"55 vl WASHES CLOTHES CLEANER EASIER, SAFER ... AMD ' AT LESS COST, TOO! WOK AT THE A DELUXE FEATURES! AUTOMATIC LINT FILTER! !~'WArOff FPFFS YOU O ' A'l WAMiNG WORRIES • MULTI-CYMjE AUTOMATIC WASHING . "MAGIC MINUTE DIRT loosener ' ortrts pre- v''iMjmfi by hand--(Joes it- automatically in double-rich sur.'s Í . EXCLUSIVE "EnerJETic" V.'ASHING ACTION — clnnner, safer! • PORCELAIN TOP anil LIDJ • nh'"r of water TEMPERATURES • LO V (STi'R COIi'u'Mi'ilON • NO (JEARS TO WEAR C:¡ : MWél "Jft U 0 r %fa ^ ;7.« s\ $ ikj a b ¿Isa For This Great Gt 'ana Opening! o 1 wi V^-ííiwtól ■ "-V *\ 'Í- ' <*•. k? i . ■ - "T $r*f fex 1 Mr CWS^fl p I ri'I ÍI lí (* 1 * N i A \ Ir--1 W MtW k<1 ;-CJ'"' ■ 'iuiMil > ■"--'vi11 i!r • ! ■ «cr:. ,;.Vw' • i •••-H v I ■:; •/ V M'\ \ i...

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

A Family That Pray; ther ther In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHON6 MU4-TOtl J.C.WILLIAMS "YOU* FR'BNOLY tf.xac# dealer" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MO 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE mu 3-2344 BILL VINING RUSK, texas FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' it:>en« 6*nlt Bldg MU 1 77/7 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Alto Hwy. MU 3 7206 IKE DANIEL, M« n*fjur 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 (HAMNA * OUBNZEL) ALEXANDER b LUSK SERVICE STATION Cr GARAGE RUSK CHURCHES This Sunday Hear assembly of god ilEV J A GiUFKIN WMno.Hil.if J'rnyir W M i ■ Friday p rri >1 offline War.hip II a r/i , Sur i'lay O A S'-rvic- 7pm. SorxiHi F;v*...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

Attend Church off Your Choice Élilllllii! b& ::::::: challenge to men of ,BOTHERHOOD PV^ate our counW ^ Sh rood will every I C,od —indlV1; means ji "one "f "£ * •" Pr0VI n reafl-rm liberty and j® unity in A 811*" „Weh are whereby every motal va Ustic tbose religmusly'oY Qur demoet W. P tVie foundation soai^y- cC. V Strjar- • God's 0PP°Wtl 05®mV 'hli 1he ttmcb .s God PP (w mw ondo( ip,eo«^^JrespwitotMl0,eby>.v-« tMewndfo"™ im9mlheWe.Hoi „llM*««',h0Unh ' oy otWe v,«lW P«" -«<• *■* sevMe ro¿ <he "" t>en ,,om o self'* Poml i„ey-„aWY P«* ■""" )hi Ch„„h lo, th. «*« ot view, one 5hou,d 5* d hh ,—y. Beyond # . ,he wH B of h""ie hoU „„J potlUlpote in death ond destiny, JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES 'ksi EAST S4DB ASSEMBLY OF GOO Jenies Batton, Paster Suhdey bohool—9:45 A_M. Morning Worship- 11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Children's Church 6:30 P.M. Evening Serv...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

SPn i!TÍ 7 H E C H EROK f !- PACE 8 A ^ M*reh 3, I960 '^'WW' r" ''*7?'-: r! ■p« I i, m ' igllp ' S I u 0 Her S: rest "■ C'"':;••>: , r in fu: ni. ;; rM ■v ' /mater I o " - : "•;■{;r, At ÓJor? ros in- I: rifli S'II ■ hd •• <'i ■ o © n i n o M,r. I; ! Oil VISITORS to - d froyi . r< — !: mc Is 1". The r -i P ~.,IA r of the M-i iha' • - : n! ¡jr*% rj In f• • ;ifnrM is jr:i- ' >:i Hi!' I lo in- K <■! v) n i 'nr ; 1 <;: '"'tiud J¡|' r, | ;; \.¿'p (' (, >-¡ 1 () ¡i II V ! r >' '' it. ■ , ■ I,;' ¡r¡ - }ji> ,,in" I ho ' 1 •' I lí" I ! lnj |",ilei.; i,i 1,1- e? . ■; ■• !('.,|-|cli)n —' I ' f f I" r ■ 1 I ■ I ! ; | fi [ , r — ¡1.1 I I r .: < n ' II? lil'nl,. I Illa I,¡i ! Ir .||'\ 111 I If.':-! till k I Staple ' : II.:' t '.' I ill- f [■,, J;; ; of in f]> if an. "i di pi ftiwr IS' III .the: fi 7"n i ()irf' v?r ■ L. I'M , I ,, ' 0! food d I ÍB.W1 p •,*> k- Y :: ■ GcVI-CJL' II. 1'^ríO£ fa !',ir at J aricrns Wm¿ ?n n A P Y/Wi " 'in . Burton Dixie Popular V/ifh ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

LKir-On e the ',.1- A. Mrs. a nd ihomu of CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Assistant County Home Demonstration Agent Ann Shellhammer The brave dream of 4-H Club Cf the 313 samples that we hauled and Mrs Hush Sessions to the lab last Friday, 102 were taken by 4-H'ers. Mike and Clifford, who are both Clinic to be held in the Council ! Koom from 7:00-9:30. 0 Agent in Rural Development Ed Havard Community Organization and De l velopment offers a great opportu- nist have an active 411 Club Pro- ¡ut>' /or ""i"!' 8reatl'r Cht>ro . ject. We are looking forward t0! kee t ounty We have approximate-, • „ *y twenty five Communities in 'I Give You Texas' KC Signs Intrigue Texan House By Boyce House In Kansas City: stairs, Use the Hand Kail " As it prairie dog hole and dug the cany- requires two hands to carry the on> trying to recover the dime. A s i g n in front of a theater lray" unly an ()t'l()t>us could obey work as it has hi...n fnrmni-1 i ' !,eru'iee County F F.A Mem p]an t0 train the...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACI 10 MARCH 3, 1960 ÍÍ Looking Ahead ... by Dr. Georg* Benson National Education Program IÍ the Soviet Communist leader* could do so they would like to force every human beini; throughout the world to their knees in trembling frieht. Then they could walk across the earth the masters of mankind They haven't yet accomplished thi but they have gone a Ions.: way All the elaborate and amazing effec- tive apparatus meshed together in to the world Communist pro pa ganda network is trying to create a cringing fright among the people in every nation oí the world, and especially ui America The Communists have succeeded in building up a monstrous stature of their scientific arid productive might As a result there has been widespread appeasement Weak na- tions have tumbled into the ifrasp of the Soviets Other are iri the pro cesa of letting themselves be taker over Captive nations remain do- cile In the United States many re VOTE FOR Raymond Teague Candidate for Sheriff You'll ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

On Eve Of FFA Week Rusk FFA Gains New laboratory' Ihe hu n Huh School chapter of It is located four miles north of l-uturi r,.i iicr- of Aim rica is cele* Husk on Highway 69. It is a five- hratin" National I I-A Week with acre tract in the McClung survey. •' ruv' • curatory. I hey were 'Ihe new demonstration plot will '. ranted a second forestry plot late be used to teach and demonstrate last week by Southern I'ine Lum- good forestry practices, and like tier (-otnpany. tho first 12 acre tract, will be un- official of the company were proved one acre per year. rare I hen to locate the p'ot and pirn it over to the local chapter. (¡ranting of the new tract coin- David Westbrook, a second year ;:g student, has a registered dairy heifer and two feeder lambs. Johnny Grisham has three beef cows, a feeder calf, development of a herd bull, and half interest 111 several Shetland ponies. Thom; s Dalby, a third year stu dent, has broilers and a feeder eided with National FFA Week, t;llf There's...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 March 1960

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

Sonic# 4 lalu • O Box tuCiO uj I I I Í I ! , ¡ftfW . J b¿UJr 'Round T own <¥fítk flaunda&oiit COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newtgithering facilities of Rusk nd Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, li\7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy ROUNDABOUT IS ONE of the city's many observers this week of j VOLUME 112 developments concerning what we hope will be our newest industry. FOLKS ARE DIFFERING honest- ly on some aspects of a poultry pro- cessing plant, namely, its location in the vicinty of some homes on the edge of the south city limits. AS IT BECOMES a fully public issue, Roundabout would stress that the issue is, as he sees it, made up of "honest differences," which are the easiest k i n d to resolve, when restraint and maturity are exercised . . . PERFECT HARMONY in t h e midst of progress is often times an elusive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

Mrs. Spears Hostess To Bethany Class A regular monthly martin* of the Bethany CUm, First Baptist Church, wmm held Monday night. March 7th at the home of Mrs Coy Spears Mrs D A McVirker preaided at the buAines* meeting in the ah sence of the. president and vice president. Mrs W. C Day and Mrs Eva Lee Sartain, both due to ill- new. A very inspiring devotional wa<. hroughi by Mrs James l'<nn Refreshments were served from « table decorated with white ' loth ^rid red rosebuds A larfe white cake with red roses, and inscribed ' Bethany Ga&v 1860" wu served, carrying out class colors of red arid white Cake, colfee, mints and nuts were served t.o Mesdames D o n White, Gordon Spark man, Corry Wallace, Cleland Parson.*. W K Wnght, I) A McVicker, F. d t: a r Rank*, J ames Penn, I'orter Mit- chell, Ftank Merriwether, and on<- guest, Mrs Fred Newman. THE CHEROKEEAN FAGS 2 MARCH 10, 1960 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Maydelle News - Mr and Mrs Roland Manes* who recently moved to Austin we...

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