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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Attend Clhureli off Your Choic ► KNOWLEDGE 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. ' ,y.v.v.v.v.v>.v .• S *■&, , 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 per...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Hi Ü| : I WE SALUTE THESE NEW RUSK CITIZENS Greetings To ... THE BOYETT FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boyett are new residents of Rusk, nd make their home on Hi Way 61 near the Y . . . The Boyetts carrw to Rusk from Houston, where he we employ «*d ti dispatcher for the Golf Oil Co. Mr. end Mrs . Boyett are retired and have come to Rusk to make their home, . . WELCOME TO RUSK . . . Greetings To ... THE GUY FAMILY The Don L. Guy Family, formerly of Houston, now make their home on North Henderson St. Don, Ester and daugh ployed with the State Comptroller Office in Houston. Dianne is a 9th grade student . . . WELCOME TO RUSK . . . ter, Dianne are newcomers to our town, Mr. Guy was em- Greetings To ... REV. JERRY KAUFMAN The Rev. Jerry Kaufman, minister of the Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, has recently moved to our city ... He is attending school at Henderson Baptist College . . . and makes his home on Hospital Street. The Rev. Kaufman comes to Rusk from Dennison, Texas . . . WELCOME T...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN ^RCM 31# I960 PAGE 7 Ixas if.\ '*■v.,.-. . ' - ■. r } 4 Offcers of the First State Bank in Rusk are pictured here. They are: E 1 m a Musick, board chairman, seated; and from, left, Frazier Nolley, cashier; Jeff Austin, vice-chairman; Lloyd Pipes, president; and James Blanton, vice president. lVrsonncl of the First State Bank are, biek row from left, Elma Musick, Lloyd Pipes, Frazier Nolley, James Blanton, Jeff Austin; and front row in the same order, Mrs. Zora l'arks, Miss .lanis Mabry, Mrs. Glenn Ezell, Mrs. .J. T. Reach and Mrs. W. I!. (Jraharn. F irst State Bank Excells Criterion l or more than 50 years (since 1ÍH77> the First State Bank has ap- plied its resources to the needs of thousands. Collectively, this is what makes a responsible bank an eeon- omic pillar and an essential com- munity institution. Its services have more than matched this criterion—to the ex- tent that it has assumed obliga- tions which belong to a devoted civic friend. The bank has had a ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Industry Future ENLARGED FACILITIES BRING MORE i- ■ '¿¡ *•> ' y* ■ ry V * > vf ' - :n - I k £ MANUFACTURING PROCESSING Rusk has many attractions to offer new industry. Among these are good schools, churches, recreational facilities, good site loca- tions, railroads, highways, utilities and, above all, a friendly at- mosphere toward new industry, with a warm welcome to those who would become a part of its life. . «V . c ' ' *, DISTRIBUTION AGRICULTURA!, When an industry seeks a new location for its plant, one of the first questions asked is "Does your area have plen- ty of low cost electricity?" "Yes!" is the answer in Rusk. There is an abundance of low cost electricity for industry, business and the home. And we will be ready for amy new industry-large or small— which chooses to make our city its home. SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC BBSs? H88 H ■ Wi- fe' $ ; Hf Si •.*$& JSSt A TEXAS COMPANY • OPERATED BY WANS • SERVING TEXAS CITIZENS

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

I+xí#i m EBaB 1 1 i We've been standing on our heads trying to pick a good list of high quality foods at lowest possible prices to kick off this wonderful month of April. . . well, we've done it! And no April foolin', the fine foods are tops! So come on down to Piggly Wiggly, shop this appetizing selection of spring foods. You'll love em! ADMIRATION KRAFT SALAD OIL KLEENEX KOTEX WORTZ BIG PACKAGE OF PIES Quart 400 Count 12 Regular Package of 12 49* 29c GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS FRYERS BACONl U. S. D. A. GRADE A g ARMOUR STAR SLICED B 29 49 HEAVY VEAL CHUCK or CROWN FRESH GROUND ROAST HAMBURGER Pound 49c Pound 49c -lASSELL'S LARGE PURINA CAG ¿D FRESH MARKET MADE SAUSAGE 39c Pound ou get mote fiKyouKmoney «tfciWWr! FROSTY ACRES EGGS D 0 Z 39c SUNSHINE • CRACKERS STATE COTTAGE SCOTT ORANGE JUICE MORTON'S FRUIT PIES FROSTY ACRES STRAWBERRIES FROSTY ACRES PIZZA PIE GLADIOLA FROZEN ROLLS SALAD DRESSING „ 39c FROZEN FOODS 5 Lb. Box MORTON'S 49 25 6 Ox. Cans For 10 Ox. Pkgs. 8 Ox. Pkg Pa...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOE TWO Boost To Economy MARCH 31, 1*60 TP&L Plant Impressive Out at Striker Lake stands one of the most impressive industries in the Cherokee County area The big Texas Power and Light Company generating plant there towers high above the landscape and stands as one of the most im portent additions to economy here in recent years The giant plant went into opera tion in 1958 Some thirty em- ployees, many of whom have be- come citizens of Rusk, operate the plant. The tall generating plant is the eyecatching feature of the opera- tion but there is considerably more to the system, most of it connected Gulf Coast Feed Growing Rapidly An institution built solely around Lhe farmer and dairyman—Gulf Coast Federated Feed Association has experienced a remarkable growth in Rusk Manager Ike Daniel describes it as growth from a one-sack opera- tion before 1958 to ari industry that turna out 12,000 bags of feeds per week. Gulf Coast has stock holder-cus- tomers in nine, countie...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Looking Ahead... by Dr. George S. Benson ¡ Communist dictatorship." When you hear one of our Gov- 111 filing for the Communist ernment leaders declare that he Peact' offensive, Or Schwarz is convinced the Communists now sa-vs' are VK',lms' ^ul not v'c" genuinely want peace, ask h i m tlms «>f Communist hypocrisy. We immediately whether he under- are v'ct'ms our own 'Snor stands what the Communists mea* by peace. Most students of Com muni.st literature and the strate- gy and tactics b«ng used by Khrushchev and his cohorts in Moscow, realize what a Commun- ist means when he says "peace" semin^ly with all sincerity. But peo- ple who do not understand the nature of communism h a v e a wrong and dangerous conception about Communist "peace." Some of our American leaders appar- arently are in this category of ignorance. Dr. Fred Schwarz of Sidney, Australia, is acknowledged one of the world's foremost authori- ties on the nature of Communism. He has lectured before the stra- • , , . .. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

Southwestern Electric Growth Is Parallel To County Development Southwestern Sees Large Growth of Phone Stations PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 31, I960 £ jSjp moved to the present location of the Southwestern Electric Service Company lee Plant. Klectric meters were us<;d in Jacksonville for the first time to any ureal extent in 1907. Before then practically all customers paid a flat rate, $1 per month for the first liiiht. 75 cents for the sec- ond and 50 cents for each addi tional light. The lamp ordinarily used was a 04 watt carbon lamp The Jacksonville lee and Klec- tric Company was organized in 1907 by F. E Vanderworth and Charlen A Zilker They pureha.sed the ire and electric business in Jacksonville and built an electric plant consisting of one 75 kilowatt and one 120 kilowatt, 3 phase, 60; cycle, 2300 volt alternators. Since the step taken in 1907 there have been no changes in Twenty-four per cent more tele- Wightman additions area—the big- phones are in use now than three (je...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

The Cherokeean MARCH 31, 1960 Benjamin Franklin is author of the statement, "Nothing is certain hut death and taxes." Napoleon called England a "Na tion of Shopkeepers." Thanks for our miracle drugs! Spectacular advances in the field of medicine are a boon to your health iaaaaaa«..t...4Mi< * ! j ! We place at your doctor1* ■ command, any of the new est pharmaceuticals ¡3 J) Cortlidge Drug Stare MU 3-2358 Rusk Yours for good healthl Anticipated 4| Dividend Rate Ef fe ctive June 30 First Federal Marks Quarter-Century Mrs. Helen Scott Examines ProJuct Serves National Market Scott Company Exerts Increasing Influence It was a significant move back in 1958 when the Scott Company made Rusk its home. It teamed up with the Rusk Industrial Founda- tion and consolidated Overton oper- ations with an expanded factory here. Since that time the town has had the benefit of a modern factory employing some 75 trained people. Its annual payroll of about $180,000 is a sizeable contribution to the ec...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 6 MARCH 31, 1960 Citizens Industrial Insurance SetsPace A Wide Highway 69 Leads Into Rusk County Lays Out Road-Building Task Cherokee County is faced with a herculean size road building task construction. This year, the State Highway Department said it will —a job it cut out for itself And this year is the big year in the road building business. Recent years has seen Cherokee County jump into the lead among jects arc its East Texas neighbors in road 1961. Actual construction is slated for j State will then reimburse the coun- xcvrri of the projects this year ty for half of the costs. oblige local ambitions by starting This includes the Jacksonville-1 Acquisition of right-of way on construction on seven projects, in Hullard stretch of Highway G9 and eluding two stretches of a double 'he Jacksonville 1'onta State High lane Highway 6Ü Two more pro way 204 route scheduled for February Most of the other projects are LOOK LADIES! Here we go again with our EASTER SPECIA...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

s >r. 1 & 2 > T 39 HING ER 25( 23 ERS NING 49i ray other Stamps. 2 b. _9¿ m J3c 15< j Much fun has been reported from , What Would You Do Mrs. McCarrols literature classes .... . - _ With An Effluvium? iitor in-Chief Donna Isaacs this last week or so. The students have been reading the English plays with both accent and acci- dent! Fay Birkelbach went with Don nie Bell Sunday night. Phillip Power and Diann Ranks, J°ann Waddell Drown it Booke Day and Shyrrell Bothwell, Itichard Tackett—Smoke it. Steven Tackett—Go to the hos- pital and find out out what it is. Butch Chapman — Give it to Joann to eat if she was hungry. ssistant Editor usiness Manager Irculation Manager Bruce Stovall and Darlene Fitts, Mike Burks—Run it through the Donna Bothwell '°'1n Shelby Hood and Norlene press Morgan, were all at Church Sunday Robert Stover—Eat it. Shyrrell Bothwell—Don't know. Donna Bothwell—Beat it till it Allen Ray night. Larry Talley The Rand reported a nice time Gwen Goff at T>...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 31 March 1960

County Progress Pushed Unity h g\ mm r n a Goal Of On Many Fronts Recently New QrOUp The 1960 decade has arrived - the period national economists •■ee as bringing fabulous economic, industrial and manufacturing Rains—and Rusk views from the threshold what it may tiain in the way of economic advancement The 1950's, if they could be put into sharp focus, would probably reveal a decade of awakening. 10 years of reorientation of tradition ■A outlook and economic views in this country. It began with elaborate plans for an industrial water supply Then the town began to apply sustained efforts to attract small industry, with nominal success. ambitious road program that was not entirely without con.sid erations of economic develop ment. The agriculture industry began to make a concerted effort to maintain its integrity by making adjustments to conditions, by or ganizing, and by using science aids to better advantage The idea caught on that if area towns could provide employment for rural pe...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

|l f|W BU(ia 'Hqund T own 9M ÍRaundaiaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the n«wtgath«ring 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, 18A7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy FOLKS SEEMED to enjoy the political speaking last Saturday VOLiJME "3 . . . maybe there will be more be- fore primary campaigns are brought to an end May 7. APRIL 7, 1960 RUSK. TEXAS 16 PAGES TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 42 ROUND OF ELECTIONS t h e past couple of weeks didn't seem to excite many . . . just one con- i test for city council and a lot of voters took that as a signal to stay away . . . (See ROUNDABOUT Page 5) TSTAHead To Speak For Unit Mrs. Mary Alexander, president of the Texas State Teachers As- sociation, will speak at the regular meeting of the Cherokee County unit oí TSTA in Rusk Monday. Mrs. Alexander will discuss the program that is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 7, I960 Sears Employees Give Dotsons House-Warming Seers employees and (heir (ami- lies surprised Mr and Mrs Weldon Dotson and daughter Sandra with Brownie Troop 109 enjoyed a a house - warming at their new trip to Whispering I'mes Camp home on Black Street near Garrison Sunday. Arrompan Tbe Dotso.is were presented with . . .. , , ,, t. . ... . , , ted by their leader, Mrs W E a beautiful colonial lamp. Coffee, cake and cold drinks I)avl aníi Mrs M H ^¡"wick. were served to Mr and Mrs Ed- the group included Joyce Wright, win Campbell, Mr and Mrs. Lewis Jan Thompson, ( inda I'hilbrick, Banks, Mr and Mrs George Golds Sandra Norton, Linda Meador, berry, Mr and Mrs Harold Miller, Judy Goff, liana Cox, Deborah Mrs Carmel Lee, Mrs Peggy Lee Chapman, and Linda f'arririgton and Mrs Wanda Rawls Children A special tour of the camp was present were Susan Campbell, Ed- given, arid the group taw new quar die and Alan Goldsberry, Sherry tern for counselors, well as oth...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 7, 1960 PAGE 3 Named To Executive Board Of Episcopal Church Women Mrs. Malcolm M. Guirji of Rusk has been elected Diocesan Chair- man for the Book of Remembrance for the Diocese of Texas. Central High Community To Meet Monday The Central High Organized community meeting will be held Monday night, April 11th at 7:30 with Mrs. Ed Ratcliff of Rusk as the featured speaker. She will re- late to the group her observations of Russia when she visited there. A covered dish supper will be served preceding the program in Community Center. According to Peggy Lee, report- er, everyone is invited to attend, bringing plenty of food, flatware, glasses, plates, and a good appetite. "Come join us in fellowship . . . you will enjoy yourself," she said. The Book of Remembrance is a memorial to the Rt. Rev. George. Herbert Kinsolving who was the second Bishop of the Episcopal Church for the Diocese of Texas. Mrs Ciuinn is pictured above with the books at her home. In two leather bou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

ML Heiress' Disability Removed The District Court granted a petition for removal of disabi- lities of a Jacksonville girl who. the petitioners claimed, had in herited $200,000 Disabilities of Pnscilla D o a k Pearsall, a minor between the ages oí 19 and 21, were removed so she could contract to borrow money to finish college in Massachusetts, according to court minutes Miss Pe-arsall is a beneficiary in the will of Dr. M. C Boswell under the terma of which she is to re ccive $200,000 Upon reaching the age of 21. She is a student in the Wellesley College, WeUesley, Mass M i s s Pearsall is the daughter of T 15 and Elizabeth Pearsall of Jackson * ille. 0 RSH Slides Shown To J'ville Club J'VILLE—W D Draper, busi ness manager of Ru.uk State Mi><; pital, and E. K Kennedy, Jr , chief accountant of Rusk State Hospital, presented slides r.nrl a tape rer-ord ing history of the Hospital for the Lions Club Tuesday noon l.e<' Ragsdale was program chairman and introduced the sjwakirs (S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

Rusk Track Men Enter District Meet Saturday Rusk cinder teams will enter Di«- per, Crockett, San Augustine and met 24-AA competition in Nacog- Center High School teams will en- «loches Saturday in a meet that ter 14 events; freshmen, 12. and freshmen teams are will decide the loop champions, elementary 10. The> will compete Pete Grimes and Clyde Carroll. High School, freshman and ele- nr Ih. íi track and field events. Tlie meet Saturday will close mentary teams will be entered. Preliminaries begin at 9 30 on out the regular season for Rusk The will compete against teams the Stephen F Austin track Finals track men, the coaches said. from other district members. Jas- beyin at 1 p.m. Post season competition will de- HIC1H SCHOOL DIVISION The elementary team is coached pend on how they perform in the by Bruce Pruett High school and meet. Hrst and second place win- freshmen teams are coached by ners in each event will be eligible to compete in regional finals later. In the Nacogdoches...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

': L ■fem' CITIZENS OF TOMORROW for this week a r e shown here. They are, top row, in the usual order, Rieh- arrsd arid Virginia Lynn, 1, children of Mr. and Mm, Huyh C. Hardy of Pi. J Rusk. In the upper riyht corner in Steve Dupree, a^e 6, and on the bottom row, are hi- two brothers, Roy anil Kenneth 10, They arc the children of Mr. and Mrs, Orad y Dupree of Route 1, Rusk In the lower left -rncr i I'hili.^na < 'assidy, 2 year old daughter of Mr and Mr Mike Can; idy of Rtj.sk. Grand Jury Reports TO THE HONORAW.i: .JI'DOF. OF SAID i.'Ol'RT We, the 'ir.trifl Jury for t h c. April Tf-rtn, A I) 1960, of the 145th District Court of (-"licrokee f.'ouriti', Tt - y ;i h ha v infj hccn In >.<• .ion fr>r two days ari<l having can- fully investigated all meritorious rn/fiirial complainla brought to our attention, do hereby make the following re|K>rt We have returned Nine true bill.s of irirliiimerit, all of lie iiradt* of a felon, and none of the (¡rudo of a misdemeanor which...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

$ CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk automotive la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1956 FORD VICTORIA 11 door htrdlopi A blitk. Radio. hwNr, air condition- ¡ mg. A r*el boy for $1295.00 mi BUtCK 2-Door Sedan I Whitewall Hm, radio, heat- I er. Must move ar d will 90 at I jmt . . . $295.00 1953 FORD I Tudor sedan, heater, white tires, [rwce paint. Priced Right. $495.00 1956 FORD ¡V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good >wte tires, radio and heater, «•I clean. $1195.00 1957 FORD V-8 kDoor Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- atic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1951 CHEVROLET door, white tires, heater and [two tone paint extra clean. $335.00 1955 PLYMOUTH cylinder four door, clean two lone paint and heater. A real |ice car. $795.00 -RADES& TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0292 >7 Ford Ranchero Fully Equipped 57 Fairlane 500 4-Doo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

pao* a THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 7. 1940 Wedding Plans Told The engagement and approach >ty of Texas, and the future groom ing m.irruge of Miss Charlotte Wl" complete his first >ear of Ann Francis to I>r Richard J resident psychiatry at Austin Hunter bias been announced by her State Hospital iri July He is .1 parents Dr. and Mrs Geo P. Fran graduate of the University of Ark cis of Austin. Parent* of the pro ansa* Medical school, attended the spective groom are Mr and Mrs ¡undergraduate school at Purdue Richard H. Hunter of Paragould,' and interned at John Sealy in '..¡I Arican veaton The wedding is to be solemnized A! the June 1-Hth in First Methodist Church ..t Austin Miss f rancis holds a B A de- gree in Sociology from the t'niver REAO THE WANT ADS L'niversity, Miss Francis pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma Sor ority, and in 195ÍÍ was presented as a debutante by the Bachelor's Club of Austin. She is n member of the Austin Cotillion Hub, and is cur rently engaged in social work I ir Hu...

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