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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Sweetheart Nominee Posters Cite "Litterbug" Week Here Twenty nine fourth and fifth graders responded with posters stressing the "Litterbug" campaign being sponsored by the Daffodil Garden Club. Mrs. Claude Man- ning's fifth grade were in majority. 'Hie following prizes were award- ed. First prize $2 won by Kaye Kyle; second prize won by Frankie ¡Jenkins 1.50; third prize won by • Dana Cox $1()0; and the fourth ¡ prize was won by Mike Byrd $ 75. The posters were so good that a fifth prize of $25 was given to the following. Jeanne Duncan, Janone Branon. Susan. Waters, Brenda Lit- tle, John Frank Watson, Ray Penn, Margaret Davis, Martin Morrow, David Moses, Peggy Sue King, Joanne Williams a n d Geneva White. Honorable mention was given to Anna Quinby, Martha Phillips, Hoi ly l.indsey, Handal McFJroy, Jeanne Townsend, Doreen Covington, Jan- ice Johnston, Jerry Don Mayo, Jer- ald Ray Knigge, Carol Wayne Rog- ers, Peg©' Sue King, Sandra Jean Smith and Barbara Lyn Rosa. Only 4 entries were...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Together Stays Together In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU VM23 J.C. WILLIAMS "Y«UR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU riU* BILL VIMING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' Bank Bldg. MU 3-2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Al<o Hwy. MU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manaoor CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.D I.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO (hANNA * GUENZEL) ALEXANDER b LUSK SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Ctr, A íth MU 3-2747 RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OP GOD Pastor. KEv J A flRIKKI.N Wednesday Prayer Meeting U M <: Erirlay 2 p m Morning Worship II am, Suri<i,iy C A Serviré 7 p.m. Evening Wo-ship 7 -13 p fa Hti'i'lny FIRST BAPTIST...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Attend Church of Your Choice NOWLEDGE Man has been seeking the answer to many questions since the beginning of time. Volumes of books, and encyclopedias have been filled with facts in answer to this quest for knowledge. Even with all of this wealth of information, there is much to be learned, and man will never know all of the answers. However in spiritual matters, God has provided us with a book, filled with valuable information. This book is man's guide to his relationship with God. For a better understanding of God's word and his will for your life attend church, so that others may help you in this search. * 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, even from a selfish point of...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

• PAM « THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 34, I WO Eagles Eye ... Joe Dan Moako and Geraldine Roark are going steady Glen Stanley and Helen Dérring- (on may be a n<-w couple Keep watching. Last week we should have said something about our pretty new girl at school. She is Diaruu Guy from Houston. I^arry Smith seems to have taken it upon himself to show her around, though He and the cute Freshman have lieen wen making eyes in typing class Mrs Jones is back at school at ter spending .several days in the hospital So glad she's back too' Jimmy Akin, could it ! • your conscience that call.' you"* The basketba.il girls ri-ported a good time while Coach Watson was gone Friday Where did you get the record player, girls1 Martha C'oker is a girl with end less knowledge Just ask her some time how many dots one square in the band hall ha- in it *hc knows' Ixwis Verbiek and I'enny Johet from Nacogd«M'he, were seen rid mg around Rusk Sunday afternoon in a beautiful black t>0 Ford Sun liner Wr Id'in Mait...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

School News . . . (Continued From Page 6) lxjve—husband, children School—papers Hate—getting up Red—fire Summer—vacation Analysis—typical of RSH Mr . MeCarroll Money—food Love—baby if ont GoU«n S nWY •Tr de Mark of Motorota, Inc. (full dtftUs and term si* centtiaedjn IM W innty Stalament attached to all models to which the guaiantaa applies. HAM'S TV-RADIO Phone MU 3-4227 413 N. Henderson St. Rusk School- fun Hate- -love Red- bull Summer- -winter Analysis is definitely schiso- phrenic manic depresive. Mr. McCluney Money—deb's Love—girls School—pleasant work Hate- -(no thought) Red- white Summer hot weather Analysi unhealthily normal Mr. Martin Mone> lots of it 1.ove—little of it School— k:ds Hate- -conceited people Red- white Summer -winter Analysis —Complete idiocy—sick, i sick, sick May we. add that all information in this column is factual and au- 'hentic Ail analysissesses were made by Dr. Richmond Teakettle, Ph. D„ D.D.S., N.U.T. This report is to be used as an aid to the i ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

THE PACE a CHEROKEEAN MARCH 24, 1960 mot), Hoys CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS r st,"iU f the work <T> s Kilt UP rn, W f i ijtifidcM4 pride ¡rls who have partid- •iouj local, county, dls- 4 K contest; devel four builder-; of jped 4 If EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY I CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thursday, March 24, 1960 I'onia Community to Visit Jame 1 Sue Bennett Community Vi.-;: I'onU Home Demon,¡rati .ft <"lu , Meeting Radio Irene P KTLI; KF.HE •ant il 55- i I Jin >k Steve areh 2ii.lf)'>0 ion to (inern•><• : k • onvil! DO r.iliy cooperation li t u ra I Kxter th /' • ••'.relary Tre. ath arid !'.<• urer, /rt'r. 11 the i- (jíi.s Ka .i a rn ri I hi pride IJ vest 4II'i their e r 4 f 1J 55 12 IK) Ann .Shell! •CEBE i xlorn Rusk mer — 1.15 1 20 Friday, March 25, 1960 Wells Community in th New Hope Community Meeting at Night CoonI y Agent S!t Lilly The Mk< in Central lluih I.iilah, lieklaw ,ind I'on ta < 'ommuniljc>i an- h'i- r eompli tnii! their record jjnoks Mori,in;: fur ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

'Kaund . . Town i ¿til íHaundaSoi-it COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« newigathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. Mlerofilm Service * «alt* * ^ Box £060 |,if The Cherokeean in. Der Coov TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18¿7 ■ ^ Ur/ Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area THE CHEROKEEAN this week represents our annual effort at sur- VOLUME 112 veying community progress . . . Roundabout feels ifs one of our best efforts and hopes it will be well accepted . . . CREDIT GOES TO our many fine businesses, industries and commu-, nity institutions for our progress and for making this edition pos- sible. RUSK IS GAINING ground, and! Roundabout is proud to be associat- ed with such people as make up our ; fine city and area. MARCH 31, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 26 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 41 THE DR. BRIGHAMS reportedly have an excess of rabbits this week. Two were imported to their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

¡"PRESS s_l ASSOCIATION Austin Highlights wmy j96o ' ' "t h i L— ESTABL.SHED JULY 5, 1847 AS THE PIONEER Entered as second ciass matter at the postoffice at Rua*. Teiu« under Act of March 3. 187d. Texas Políticos Talk Taxes, Like It Or Not vvWwX'Wl By Vern Sanford Texas Pre Association AI VHN It's nin the 57th I/-r:islaturc • month* until comet to Aus- tfirmer iiann-l aide, will head the E. H WHITEHEAD MHS E H WÍÜTKHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and BuslOfs 'Manager Ni-ws Editor Any erroneous reflection upot the character. gtandinij, <>r repu tstion of any person, firm, or corporation wnieh may appear lr. the column* of this newspape r will l>e gladly corrected upon Uiing hrougnt t" 'be attention of the publisher pro[iri,ite money Daniel headquarters f t new taxes Rut JlA.Vf.'JfEltS KXI'ECTO O O 1 > . are being made YEAH Refleetin« the age • old Texas philosophy that everything ■'.jrr.vr weather depend.', on ram, most Texas ranch- tur." f.rst pri- er.H arc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

1 A 2 Ir • April with low, at ps, and |n9 en '.49 !.65 1.09 ¡.98 R right. Iraight plivery leper's, frolifie com Also, fayers, psoases item ■ration, lish on |cal to every ITON'S your Ive an- In your pustine your lut the w pro- re had on a thou- to use suanti- H howing |e teed Ta«. PAGE 4 rHE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 31, 1960 Wallace Lumber Is Example Of Domestic Industry Working Crawford Serving With Alaska Aircraft Warning Group Doctors At S Sut. Harlan Crawford (inset weather instruments navigational i above , stationed in Alaska, recent- aids, radar, IMF tropospheric seat ly received a letter of commenda (0r radio system, central office tion tiom the <50th At &\S Sq. at equipment, fixed electrical power Boron, California tor meritorious; production, vaporized steam heat- service while stationed there. ing, water purification, sewage dis Crawford is with the 714th AC& posal and associated plant building W Sq. Detachment 2, at Driftwood and equipment. Rank Wallace stands beside a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 31, 1960 PA< ...... . vieruc Has- sell. 77. died at \'an Tra\ is Hospital at 10 30 a m Sunday aft'-r a long illness She was a native of Jacksonville and a member of Sunset Baptist Church Funeral services were held Mon- day at 4 p,m at ('orine Baptist. Church with the Rev Clint A< ker of Dallas officiating Burial was in Corme Cemetery with Gragard Spraggins Swofford (•urieral Home in charge of ar- rangements Grandsons servo# a - pallboarcr Survivors include four ^ o h ■> Leonird llicfell arid Lincoln Has •veil. Jacksonville. I.on/o llasseji of Tyier, and l.athel H< hm?1 1 of Hrtlth ton six daughter Mr- Laura JJuty of Tecnia, Mrs Rena l.o<kh;.rt of fir.inc. Mrs Ada Hall of Gilmer Mr-. Krankie Od<n of Jacksonville Mrs Marie h'ulton of jfidependenee Mo and Mr f- ffi • f)ee Bonner of Dalla two-i.sters Mr- Ha/el Hags dale of Route Jacksonville and Mrs Bodic Cooper of I>evelland. three brothers. Blake Kwim.', Tyler, frank Kwing Jaeksorifíjje and Za...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

fl |at easy- Shelves! SHOPPING CAN BE A HAPPY, FAMILY, COME- AS-YOU-ARE AF- FAIR WHEN YOU SHOP AT HOME! AND YOU'LL EN- 'JOY THE PERSON- ALIZED SERVICE YOU GET AT SUCH REASON- ABLE PRICES! Your Rusk merchants handle every type of merchandise with a wide assortment of nationally advertised, famous-name products for your satisfaction. They can supply all your needs and wants, convenient- ly, inexpensively, and courteously! A Shopping Is MORE Than Just Buying Merchandise . . . EVEN THE PROGRESS OF OUR AREA IS INFLUENCED BY YOUR BUYING HABITS MONEY PAID AT HOME, STAYS AT HOME!" This Page Is Sponsore d By The Following Businesses As A Special Salute To Al IllPPIf INDUSTRIAL WEEK Newcomers find a ready welcome among Rusk merchants! On the basis of good quality merchan- dise at the most economi cal prices these business- es seek your continued friendship and patron- age However, continuing to take rapid "steps of pro- gress", they seek to ex pand their services to this area and earnestly we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Easter Seal Appeal In J'ville Will Continue Through April 17 J'VILLE—The Easter Seal Ap peal in Jacksonville will continue through Easter Sunday, April 17. according to FranJc Waggoner III. city chairman. To answer some questions con- cerning the Appeal, Waggoner re- fers to a release by the Texas So- ciety for Crippled Children and Adults, which is reprinted below. As our population grows, so will the number of crippled persons among us. We need them, their ideas and their productivity to help keep our nation strong, just as they need our acceptance and under standing This statement was made on the eve of the nationwide 1960 Easter Seal Appeal By Dr. Robert A Mur ray, chairman of thei Appeal in Texas and chief orthopedic sur ge orí at the famed Scott arid White Clinic in Temple, as he asked for greater community planning to meet needs of the physically handi- capped. The Easter Seat Appeal is the onee a year fund raising campaign conducted by the National Society for Crippled Child...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

1 < i a Census which ^tions cov- sing char- ging asked the popu- guested to question- |three days iet office. that the which the local Ibe mailed. |up by the boses, each Ividcd with Tntification I la pel. This Ihe Depart- 1 the words Jficial Cred- Jss its face. |to be Cen- have this uld be re- lie local dis- is located le Building, p. Adams. nson ¡tes íes. kervices for Ire conduct- In at 2 p.m. lChurch. is and the ficiatcd. Bu- ttery under Brothers | Monday at lie was a |ist Church, the Broth- engineers. 1 (r.:'inecr r 50 years iPage 7) >ut! isiest- :dieat ■iet it paint ng or chil- iply- can'l Won't veil U r faces; ¡R It ÍW \ V Mrs. Hinton Elected New President, Omicron Gamma Electric Co-Op Reaches 21st Year Omicron (i3mni2 Chapter m6in- lcdiimcnt of the* chaotfr's dnnntinn hers of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday t0 Ihe Fndowment Fund ' ti -h ? ?earS. 1 ,C*8erv®d by the chcrokee Cou"- areas of Cherokee and portions of part in the rapid rise of the rural to the Endowment Fund. . the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1956 FORD VICTORIA ! door hardtop, red A black. Radio, heater, air condition- •ng. A real buy for $1295.00 1951 BUICK 2 Door Sedan Whitewall tire*, radio, heat- er. Mult move and will go at juit $295.00 1953 FORD Tudor sedan, heater, white tire*, nice paint. Priced Right. $495.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tire , radio and heater, real clean. $1195.00 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tire . Like new. $1495.00 1951 CHEVROLET 4 door, white tires, heater and two tone paint extra clean. $335.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four floor, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 TRADES& TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2 0292 57 Ford Ranchero Fully Equipped 57 Fairlane 500 4-Door Sedan Extra Nice, Air Conditioned 56 Fo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Crease-Resistant of ind lion Wtf. Inabl* rARTS :ED Its tfc-43 W. R. la n k ltfc-27 >rk ILL 20 |NEST :es. Join the Easter Parade in Style! $*J095 Every suit in this group is tailored to per- fection . . . and meets the high standards of Mathews-Miller qualityl Other curlee and *tyle-mart suits 49.95 £2 NJWllC WASH AND WEAR Slacks Haggar quality, styling and tailoring is supreme! Buy with confidence . . . Wear with satisfaction! Black, Brown, Navy, Grey in solid and slub patterns! OUTSTANDING VALUES! Sport Shirts Wash 'N Wear Cottons! Neal Patterns! Gay Patterns! Knits! You'll be amaied al the grand selection and su- perb quality of this wonder- ful group of short sleeve shirts! Kingsway DRESS SHOES Smooth Black! New Walnut Brown. Sizes 6 to 12 BOYS SPORT SHIRTS Tailored to suit the Boys' taste! New, clever styling in Wash 'N Wear Cottons! SIZES 6 TO 18 *198 Haggar Slacks Trim-l'itting-neat Wash 'N Wear slacks in Black, Ur-jwn, Navy! Sizes (5 to 20 98 AND 95 SIZES 1 TO 6 $1.98 SHOP...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

I* AM 10 THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 31. 1960 Phil Manning To Be In Texas Revue • AUSTIN — Robert John Fahey, 3305 Avenue Q. Galveston, and .Jane Loeb. 1101 Pine, Sweetwater, «have been chosen as student direc- tor and assistant director of the University of Texas Roundup re vue, April 2, The revue will be held on the last day of the Roundup weekend, and tbe 1960-61 University Sweetheart will be presented at that time The weekend also will consist of the Texas Relays, a parade, a barbecue, and the Roundup ball which fol lows the revue. - The revue staff memners include Phil Manning of Rusk. 0 INTRODUCING . . . Mr. and Mrs Calvin Jinkins an- nounce the arrival of a baby girl, Debra Ann born Tuesday after noon at Nan Travis Hospital The young lady weighed 7 lbs. 12cn She ia welcomed by big brother, Randal Ray, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs R. G. Bobbitt of Ponta and •Mr and Mrs. Miller Jinkins of Gal- latin. 0 READ THE WANT ADS Girls Scouts Plan Birthday Observance Friday Girl Scout Troop 10...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Iff HtP? If® . í&n'i THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH. 31, I960 PAGE \ Remotivation Rebuilding Despite Its Simplicity Rusk State Hospital Is Leading Area Employer To South America Organized conversation, pro- saic as it is alongside more con- ventional psychiatry, is proving its worth in the mass treatment of mental illness. It is called re motivation by its state hospital users, and in its bucolic way is reaching into the depths of men- tal disturbance where response to other therapy has been mediocre. Mental patients at the Rusk State Hospital who months ago shunned communication with oth- er people are now talking, and they seem to enjoy it. It all start- ed when they began to cluster in dozens around a remotivation instructor who urged them to talk: about trees, animals, any- thing they could readily dis- cuss. Milton was almost anonymous among the 2,000 patients who share his "home". He found in the remotivation meetings a forum for his extensive general knowledge. A round-faced young ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO MARCH 31, 1960 .Night view of the Citizens Bank, with its glowing nigli nrentiy installed The bank ha.i been a prominent institution here .since 1920 when it was founder!. Lifetime Aim Citizens Bank Is Citizen The 40-year old Citizens S t a t e liank of Rusk has, for that many years, been a prominent institution in the development an'J economic growth of the Kii.sk area. Its finan* ial .services, as well as ihe persotiel efforts of its rost'r (if distinguished officers, have been used to attract and -.et in motion rnucli <>t what makes tip the city s healthy economy, Us c< <>er;it ion in ever;. • otind move toward growth lias been a matter of certainty in all lis color f 11 hifitor> and spectacular growth But a-id', from the 1;• r::< r pro- jects connected with economic bet ferment and industrial grWiJi T'-n «•rally, the per-'innel of the Citizens ¡State Hank have not lost i:'ht of one of its prime purposes to serve all its patron- to the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE MARCH 31, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 View of the Herculean Reel Company's Production Area Herculean Reel Company Is New Rusk Industry The Herculean Reel Company is one of Rusk's most recent in- dustrial additions. The plant be- gan large-scale operations in February with between 20 and 30! peared to start 1960 on the way employees working daily. to being the best of recent years Herculean's production start is in Rusk for economy and indus- one of several moves that ap rial expansion and diversification. TML Sees Steady Growth For Towns Texas small towns — incorpor- ated cities under 10,000 popula- tion — will generally register steady rates of growth on the 1960 U.S. Census next month, the Texas Municipal League reported. A sample survey by the League at Austin of 208 out of the 717 Texas cities under 10,000 popu- lation shows that "Small-Town Texas" has grown impressively during the 1950 decade, although there are wide variations city-to- city statewide. Since the 1950 Census, 43 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU-3-2222 J.C. WILLIAMS "YOUR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU 3-234* BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' itvens bank Bldg. MU 3-2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED AI;o Hwy, MU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manaqor CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.DI.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. (HANNA & CUENZEL) ALEXANDER b LUSK SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Cor. Sye*-«ore t, 6th MU 3 2747 RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: KKv J A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M C Friday 2 p m. Morning Worship — II a.m., Sunday C. A Service 7 p.m., 9undai Evening Wo.-ship — 7:30 pn Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CH...

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