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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

Dowdy Calls Court Curb Bill Most Important IT14 H i 1 106 House Office Building Washington, D. C. May 15, 1969 Dear friends: I am happy to report that the bill, H. R. 3, has been favorably reported by my Committee. It is the most important bill that it has been my pleasure to support since I have been your Congressman. The bill would preserve personal liberty and states' rights by over- ruling the Supreme Court's pre- Etta Singletary CHIROPRACTOR Office East of Agriculture Anno emption doctrine for invalidating state laws, and would curtail the court's efforts to establish an all- powerful government in Washing- ton. The bill provides that when Con- gress passes an act, state laws will still be valid, except in two in- stances: first, when the State law conflicts with the federal law so that the two laws cannot be re- conciled, or second, when Congress in the Federal act expressly states that it intends for the state laws to be invalidated. That simple, easily understood language, r...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 May 1959

5 4*¡WS4 ® * THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE • MAY ai, 1959 follow the chow?! t9 the f«e! in the hfstory of cherokee county! Formerly The JOE B. COPELAND Clothing & Shoe Store - Rusk OUT! NO LIMITS SMART BUYERS WILL STOCK UP! LOCK! STOCK! BARRELL! FIXTURES! ETC. - EVERYTHING MUST GO! We Are Quitting Business After 46 Years pftail stock or «erar; ?mest clothiko and asr* rea m women - childsen gces cm SALE—8 A". thursday at PRISES beyond belief. but tbbe! it BILL pay you to drive 50 miles or me! YOJJ'LL SAVE 000d HARD CASK dollars. look! read every word! stock BP! and save! tell everyone! PASS THE WORD! JUST BE HESE WHE1 THE DOORS open! first SOKE! first SERVED! come! judge for y0ur- SE? F! SEVER IN YOUR LIFE HAVE you SEEN SO many dargains! BRING YOUR family! dring your friends! STOCK BP! ORBS ISF! SK8 SAVE! DOOR CRASHER MO. 1 Mens Famous 1 op Brand - Sizes 28 to 54 KHAKII PANTS Sledges • ZIPPER FLY SANFORIZED FULL CUT SHRUNK VALUES TO S3.49 DOOR CRASHES HO. 2 BOY'S FAMOUS BRAND SPORT SHIRTS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

Jiff, 9 Hound . . . Town floandaiout COUNTYW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Jacksonville tftnclM in th« most complot* local now* medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean iocperCopy ■"* TKYAfi' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1817 I V* r HI TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1817 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area WE DONT NEED to say much VqLUME 111 concomina the sum mor soason that sooms to have token hold in our city . . . except to say again that Rusk folks, especially the young- sters, are good and lucky to have the facilities that they enioy pro- vided for them . . . H PAGES RUSK, TEXAS MAY 28, 1959 NUMBER 49 Judge To Set IT HAS TAKEN a lot of time and work to build and maintain these facilities . . . This is not to say that the kids—or the adults— don't appreciate them, or that the folks who have built and are supervising them complain of the time the projects call for . . . ifs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment PITCH1N' WITH Best Result READANO USETHt PERRIN FOR SALE FOB SALE: I have 12 lota, ibmi! € blocks (rwi Courtb mif 1 block off Palestine St. AU utilities Will build yon a home on on* oí them 1 will furnish plan- mri specifica- tion! and help yoo u> fir.ance. Phone ML' 3 2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk tfoa* POR SALI?" Used television «ets for sale. All sacs ano nr.ak"< a Rock Bottom p.lcer 'Guaranteed in food piayin# order. Urdal Ra r ir> Company, Rusk, Ph MU & 4046 tfc-43 FOR SALE: 1M8 Chevrolet truck; 4 hfel drive jeep; Super A till- er; 825 truck tires and stocker cows Chesley Richards, f.'xry tfc41 BRICK HOMES FOR SALE New bnck homes in Crestview addi- tion Dining room, kitchen, living room. Modern and appealing thr- oughout. See Morris Hassell or Clyde Cauthen, Rusk tie 32 SALE Diamonds Watches Gift* 20% to 50% OH See us before you buy. Summers Jewelry 2)0 S. Me hi Jacksonville j-ifc-28 FOR SALE FOR SALE: good used singer sewing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

I 28. 19S9 until were Baptist on at 3 Meador, two sisters, andehil- Cooper, sherman, and J. >gs |r a n c i s ne, Rt. 2, at 2:30 |ness. He ed all of Sides was I and a Church at held Wed- jocky Spr- Rev. O. Interment Cemetery. Gragard- |*al Home, ife, Lela mother. Belle; two I of Dallas | of Rusk; of May- | Houston; Arnwine . L. Hig- íf Id [5 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 28, 1 S9 PAGE 3 ITS THE LAW Automobile Accident Do's, Don'ts Should Be Memorized Vacation time is near. Soon millions of people will be driving about the country, and automobile accidents will occur with increas- ing frequency. What should a per- son do when involved in an acci- dent? PALACE EXTENDED ENGAGEMENT STARTS FRIDAY May 29 I JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARVIN RICKY NELSON HOWARD HAWKS' WARD BOND TECHNICOLOR* m UnnQt —m^-"- 0*tci«d •«« * oauet i * howaTO At such times it is hard to keep your wits about you and know just what to do. It is therefore a good idea to plan in advance just what you would do in event of a smash-up. Here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

'Sí m I THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 MAY M« News Of Interest To WOM E N IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Baptises Set For Annual Bible School Sorority Talks Bazaar Plans At Monday Meeting Sndann Elizabeth Davis and Ma M • thr Be' *< Th- th K:1' t " aru; vea W3 ■ Mr cha ¡:n« ■y Jane Hi niton were co horte Arrangements are nrarine com io the last regular meeting of p|¿tion for Vacation Bible Rehool Omicrun Gamma Chapter of (0 fo^gin next week at First Bap- a 5,gnia i*h¡ Monday evening .|j( church, according to FC" 7 45 p.m. in the DWi< homo [,< nni'• Webb, paitor. who will r>ri,r3ni7ation will ri-res- for ,i-r\c ¡¡- principal of the ^rhi#>\ urrmcr months He stated that the Bible School reorient Maurietie Has ell pre- will be jr. se**ion from 8 30 to ! j the Iwj• " nion Af 11.30 i m Monday through Friday, r ¡'ine n>>rtv ;• change wa« and Monday through Wednesday wo of next r,{ the following week Opal Pitts Thi- last day, Wednesday J une program chairman and loth all participants will j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

I treet •long ound been loved freet. b met 'uesday d Mrs. d Mrs. id hos- hicken, md pie tables nd cen- yellow snjoyed •s. Ross In Bar- Moore, on, Mr. ir. and d Mrs. d Mrs. 5. Park W. A. arl Mc- oll Wil- er Wil- ens, Mr. VIr. and Mr. and ests for nd Mrs. nd Mrs. THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 1959 PAGE 5 Combined Treatment For TB, Alcoholism Being Studied AUSTIN— "Alcoholism and tub crculosis are bad enough diseases in themselves but when a person has both of those diseases, he suf- fers greatly—and the public suf fers because he will often do nothing to protect others from his TB germs," Zeb Rike of Mc Allen, President of !he Texas Tub- erculosis Association, said this week. Mr. Rike was endorsing a move toward finding alcoholic patients in state tuberculosis hospitals and in helping them overcome their alcoholism while they receive treatment for TB. Nelson Brown of Austin, director of the Texas Commission on Alcoholism, has announced that if funds presently- requested of the Legislature are fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

y wartft v mmmm COUNTY FARM NEWS Cherokee SCD Has Assisted 1,700 Farmers Since 1945 PAGE * THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 2t, 1*59 EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENOAR SCHEDULE Jon* 1 Clothing workshop in Wells New Hope for grass judging Radio — KEBL — Jacksonville — Ann Shell hammer — 11:55 12 00 KTLU—Rusk—Irene P. Odom — 12:25-12:30 Tuesday, June 2 Rural Development Executive Committee meeting Clothing workshop in Wells New Hope gras* judging Lin wood Leader Training meeting on Clothing at 7 30 p m Conway Rice family 9 30 Radio—KEBK — Jacksonville — Gerald R Chandler — 11 5512 00 K TLC Ru*k -r. Dorothy J Ra n bo — 12 25 12:30 WsdnesdaV, June 3 Clothing workshop in We 11 New Hope grass judging State Rural Development commit tee meeting Frank Ross family at Mixori Radio — KEBK — Jacksonville — Dr P A Young — 11:5512 00 KTLU — Rusk — Ed Havard — 12:25-12:30 Thursday, Juna 4 New Hope grass judging Clothing workshop in Wells AT YOUR REQUEST. 11 I III if Ponta Community 4-H Club meet ing 7 30 p m. R e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

Ipíete rancei pro- M ara con. F> Ta*. news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Sorority Chapter Computes Points For 1959 Rating Mrs. Betty Noonan was hostess to the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Monday even- ing, May 25th at her home. After opening ritual, and rout- ine business reports, president Melba Campbell called for com- mittee reports. Plans were out- lined for a couples party Friday : night. May 29th at the Firemen's inn. A fried chicken supper will be served at 7:30, with planned recreation to follow. The scholarship committee pre- | sented applicants names, with a ! secret ballot vote determining the winner, who was Miss Melba Ann Williams. She was to be presented the award at commencement ex- ercises Tuesday evening. May 26th at the High School Auditorium. Lon Morris Term To Start Monday J'VILLE—Summer school regis- tration at Lon Morris College will begin Monday and classes will start Tuesday, announces Dr. C. E. Peeples, president of the col- lege. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

m THE CHEROKEEAN • MAT . It Ninth Grade Graduation Set For Thursday in Jacksonville j*vnJJg _ More than ISO «tu lio, Ray Dudley. Tony Durrett. deists will receive diplomas Thuri Frankie Ellis, Jo Ann Elsbury, day night at the first graduating Clayton Fontenot, Dilene Foster, clús at Jacksonville Junior High James Foster, Shirley Franklin. School completes its ninth grade Mary Fry, Linda Gardner, Richard work. Gattis, Lela Jo George, Ronnie Exercises will begin at 7:45 p.m. Gibbs, Jane Goforth, Anmre Gray, in the junior high school auditor mm The graduation program will be presented by junior high students Principal R F. Moore will award the diplomas. The processional and recessional will be played by Patsy Brown, eighth grade student Lee Hall will give the invocation A bo>s quartet will sing 'Sail Along SilVry Moon " The quartet members are Ronnie Gibbs, Larry Martin. Travis Stewart and Billy Braly. linda Shank will present a read ing. "This Year at Junior High " The girls' trio ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

Ala- Ver- -m inot ng Ib. fie ig le, 3 i |É m® ü ■Wm BH R m m m i§ m A Z It's PSVtHOLOGlCALO NOTICE We Will Be Open Both Saturday and Monday GUARANI Fresh Dressed HENS TOP QUALITY MEAT . . . the science boys haven't figured it out yet, but there's something magic about NINES; they just fascinate people! I hings that won t sell for 40c go like a house afire at 39c! So Piggly Wiggly is pulling this psychology bit, knocking a few odd pennies off, and pitching a big "Magic Nine's" Sale! Í he pennies you 11 save will a Id up to dollars AT PIGGLY WIGGLY Lb. Bulk WEINERS Velveeta CHEESE Minute STEAKS Lb. 79' 5 Gladiola White Pounds 3 i 99' Armour Star Can HAMS $499 L C Bonnie Baker 4 CANS GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE L rge Head LETTUCE Head Q Green ONIONS 2 Bunches 9' Fresh RADISHES 2 9C Fresh Blackeye PEAS BROOMS Little Jewel ea. Gladiola T. V. DINNER SWANSON m 69' 99 CAKE MIXES 4 pkgs. 99 99 99 Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 36 TISSUE Scott Rolls Beef Chicken Turkey DETERGENT BREEZE SOAP — 1c SALE La...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

THE CHÉftóKEÉANÍ Page 2 MAY 2 , 1*S* Receives B&PW Club Award News Of Interest To WOMEN IN CHEROKEE COUNTY WAKE IP TIRED? Umr fe* ém ta ton p*>r bkwl m • Imek U ywMiiilin. K so. (mI atraac" ■ ' '-*• rich Mood bwMiet Drt|4M T«M t . • ahart thM r«« «01 Mtieo • «w 4matku(*: hay orgmam wiB so back to work nd tía* bi ek nM «ad lanpurittw wffl iMcis *0 toar your body. Yon will «■Jay >wp^u4 vitality. Yotu tya m*r HMrfcfc. Your dbeeks m*y h« « • «am r*d flowof (unit*. Oot Drag-Mat T1M1U today ta Debt ttredaeae >ad old loa. Soo raoalta ta t day* or ytntr jr back. Nothing alee hwtHkeOrag- Oaiy *1.M fee a awoüi'i eupply. CHAPMAN PHARMACY RUSK, TEXAS Thespians Elect Rosslynn Ferrier Delta Psi Omega. honorary dra malic fraternity of Lon Morris College elected Rosslynn Ferrier as their president for the 15*5060 jwhool term. Serving as vice presi dent will be Robert Peeple.i The fraternity initiated five new members Saturday morning. They were Mis* Ferrier, fieples. Diane fiuniven, Fr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

ie than lied of twelve y con- Ann ei news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Tea Shower Saturday Evening At Sales Home Honors Miss Courtney Gallatin Girls Outstanding In 4-H Club Work Shirley Session, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Session from Galla- tin, has been active in 4-H for a number of years In 1958 she join- ed the Gallatin ÍH Club and has taken an active part in club work. When she enrolled in 4-H last September, she took foods, cloth ing, and safety as her projects. In March, 1959. Shirley entered the County Elimination and won first in Safety Demonstration. Winning first in County entitled; Shirley to compete for District honors She and her partner,! Laura K. Moore, placed 5th in Dis- j trict Contest, which was held in Nacogdoches in April. She has also worked on National 4-H Club Week and done outstanding work in her church during National 4-H Club Week Laura K Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore of Gallatin, has been in 4-H Club work for six years and has...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

SEVENTH-OAT ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom C«rt r, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 am. Worship Service 11:00 Wed Night Service 7:30 Bible Lesaon* illustrated with colored slides ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor: REV J A GRIFYIN Wedne< day Prayer Meeting W.MC. Friday — 2pm. Morning Worship — 11 a m., Sunday C. A Service — 7 p m.. fhindat Evening Worship -• 7:30 p ra. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnia H, Wtbb, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 9 45 a rn Morning Worship, 11:00 am. Training Union, 8 30 pm Evening Worship, 7 30 p m. Youth Fellowship. 8 30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.15 Choir Practice f* 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne v.. Vorro Sunday R«-hool, 9:45 a m. Moaning W( .-<ship. 1100 am Training Union 6:30 Sun Even Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday Evening Services 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. BTU. 7 p m Evening Worship, 8pm Midweek Worship, Wed night, 7:36 p m FIRST BAPTIS...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

I us young woman is a person 'eryone likes and enjoys iing near. Is it because of her iauty ...perhaps in a small id unimportant way; but iauty alone can be deceitful id arrogant. This woman >ssesses something more, id of far greater value; for íe has learned that a warm, [iendly and sincere smile is a íer blessing than mere pret- |ness can ever be. A smile is íe outward expression of the jart. It is love, gladness and | deep abiding serenity rolled lto one. It is the light which lines in the night of sadness; íe helping hand that lifts the feary; the understanding )uch that soothes the troubled, fegin now to plant the seeds future smiles in your life. |ind the peace of mind that in be yours by regular attend- ee in your church. Enjoy in >ur heart the wonderful feel- lg of serenity by worshipping tad in His House...and you 'ill show through the warm id friendly smile on your face lour thanks for His bountiful llessings. © 1959, Coleman Adv. S«rv., P. O. Box 488/, Dalla , Texai...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

wmmmm THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 MAY 2 . «M The Cherokeean TEXAS is p p ESS cj association Cherokee War' Opened A Century Of Conflicts ever, its authors apparently could "We old fogies, who have lived not refrain from lamenting the here in the good old days, cannot disappearance of "the good old help but believe that we would be days of the Texas Steamboats' happier and more prosperous if saying that money was plentiful there were not a railroad west of among the people in the good old the Mississippi River." days but that "the greedy throat ® of the iron horse swallows all the Not all crows are black; some surplus dollars of our people. have brightly-colored feathers. cstabt-.sheo JULV S, 1M7 AS THÉ PlOWSi* Entered as second ar icr Art of March 3 18?# ro*ius/ at tbe poatoffice at Bum, Thm E. H WHITEHEAD Müa t, ri WHITEHEAD Office Any erroneous reflection upoi. tbe character, «tanmng. or repu a,- b £ person, firm, jr corporativa mcb may appear -r, the e 'J r, oí thi r e -paper will be gl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

>ed not be if of ime WJHE CHEROKEEAN MAY *. PAGE ? Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL May 22 Laudrum, Rt. 2, Alto; Joe Oscar i Ellis, Rt. 4, Palestine; Gene Paul i Ritch, Troup; Brenda Scott, Jewett. Dismissed: Edwin Clinton Bran- ham. Raymondville; Mr. Ernest Lee Taylor, city; Mrs. Louise Gill Admitted: Mrs. Patty Sherian reatfc, Sulphur Springs; Joseph Fails, Troup; Mrs. Lorine Maire : Ralph Delph, city; Lizzie Watkms, McAnally, city; Mrs. Delia Jane! Frankston; Hobson Lester Ball Gray, city; Mrs. Shirley G. Hood. Troup; Ervin McClure Boyd, At-! city; Walter Greer Gregory, city; j hens; Ida Mae Byrd, city, Nellie! Mrs. Virginia Braun, city; Mrs Pearl Gattis, city; Mrs. Berthai Delia Bell Murphy, Palestine; Mel- Trantham, city; Sarah Effie Gill, vin A. Currie, Diboll; Joseph Gil- Grapeland; Glenda Marie Swain bert Casey, city; Roy Glen Cly- city; Wesley Montgomery, Troup- burn, Bullard; Rena Rebecca Wil- Mary Esther Lopez, Silsbee; Cur- liams, Henderson; Mrs. Alice tis R...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 May 1959

i YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT (TON RADIO now come in see 1 STATE CAPITAL NEWS Berated Legislators Now In 'Get on With It' Mcod LEGAL and the ELECTRIC RANGE that ENDS OVEN CLEANING FOREVER NEW 1959 KELVINATOR wrffi Throw-Awary Aluminum Oven Ltrungt of BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. ■ ■ ■ By Vern S nford T m Preas AiwcMrtiMi AUSTIN. T«r.—-Tbrre'i "fet on with It™ roood among Hon rwmberi during this special sec- tion House was the target of tome criticism after the regular aeiwton for having made almost no pro gres in money rawing This session the Hor-w began attenti ne asure; are prr m m m essmg money bills at a fast Initial action indicated there le«i opposition in the House iv Price Daniel * tax program dumg the regular ftexxion n\ in the lower hmw -<*em- in a n il>, <U I xxi to get as much ver to the Senate and trry with it a while ' finance problem «still it the end f.f this ses np<* people won't be House 'it on its Ph V-.' I 1-4544 Ru'.fe, T***s :*V- attitude toward the varí money rais...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

Mt*r or '' "-We 'Hound . . . Town Hcuirvdaiout COUNT YW1DE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newspatherirtg facilities of Rusk «mi Jacksonville agencies in Iho most complete local tows medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5,1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 9 & fc!#f 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT UNDERSTANDSÍ our Sheriffs Department hed a very unpleasant job to do over the weekend. . . It was one of those sordid affairs that even a newspaper hates to print the full details . . . From what Roundabout understands, three white men were attempting to date some negro women in Jacksonville and became obnoxious in their approach . . . Only prompt action by the Sher- iff's Department prevented what could have easily developed into a racial problem . . . They hauled the three white men in before any real damage was done, and let them sober up in {ail . . . Because of innocent children, it's best not to publish the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 June 1959

PAGE S THE CHEROKEEAN JUNE 4, 1*5 Buying Selling Renting Services / "■Employment Por Bosf Besults FOK SALE FOR SALE: GE Irorx-r Uk*> new Call Mrs. Herbert Osborne ML' 3-2712. l t-c 50 FOR SALE 1956 25 HP Evtnrudr HoUur aiid Yellow Jacket boat and trailer. Four life jacket* Price. SS50 Real Bargain' Call MU 3 4605. Rev, EJwood Birkelbacb tfc 50 FOR SAIX Pu. h Lawn mower Good stupe, Mrs Jean Cargill. Phutir 3 2741, before 5 p m lt-p-50 FOR SALE: Registers Bia^l - Hüuník 3 months old ShHlif Headrifk, FM Rd 220 Alto Texas J -t p-50 PLANO SUMMER SPECIAL Brand mw 88 note «.pinet piano with ixnch tuned and delivered. NO THl.V; DOWN and paymentn at only $17 &4 per month TIN STALL PIANO HOUSE, Ph VMi, in Croc keít 1 tc50 FOR SALE Refrigerator and stove and other household appliances ami furniture tail Ma 3 4404 2 t p 39 FOR SALE; 1&48 Chevrolet truck; 4 wheel drive jeep, Super A till- er. 825 tnick tires and stocker cows Chesley Richards, 'Jjjy tfc-41 bead and use the rUR ¡*ALL; i...

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