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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

The Cherokeean * Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * SPORTS * EDITORIALS 'You May Be Square, But Don't Follow The Crowd' RUSK — "They may call you a ball player who won't mow •square', but don't go along with >ard or the young lady who rushes the crowd," District Attorney Bob off t0 sc'100' without making up her bod. theiwh0 doesn't have enough sense to Murphy told Cherokee County high school seniors last Friday. "That's for the birds." The plain-spoken DA suggested that, if the crowd acts like it is be- ing rubbed the wrong way, "let the crowd turn around." He spoke sym- pathetically but firmly for 15 min- utes, then the district courtroom- full of seniors exploded in prolong- ed applause. Murphy, widely sought as a speaker and known prominently "Make a self-inventory and see if you are a slob," Murphy said. Tho District Attorney said he could sympathize with youth. He described the seniors as being in an age of transition—"a tough spot". "You're ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN P<«l • MUy S. 1W0 READY MIXED CONCRETE • av M-'l We'rt eld hand at miainf eoiKr +* pr «ii«ly to ortter. Call u ... and d«liv«ry when you want It where you want if. RUSK READY MIX Pho«e MU J-443S Rusk, Tex Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU J-4344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3-4747 Home with living room. wo bedrooms, bath, diru'ttr. kitchen glassed in bark porch, concrete front porch Garage tool shed Pncfd at only $3,750 Brick bom * with living room, dining room, kitchen, three bed rooms and bath Garage Located on paved street with cornel building lot Bargain in old home with 8/10ths acre of land Beautiful trees This place improved wi 1make a beautiful spacious h o rn e Priced at only $5.000 Home with living room, dining room, kitchen. Iwo bedroom* bath. 4 closets About 2 acres of land hist outside city limits Inquire for price Home, well located, in excellent condition Has living room large combination kitchen dining room two bed...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

The Cherokeean ' Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * SPORTS * EDITORIALS >$ 'You May Be Square, But Don't Follow The Crowd' KUSK — "They may call you a ball player who won't mow thej who docsn-t have enough sense to 'square', but don't go along with yartl or 'he young lady who rushes stay out 0f trouble "They want to be a man, but i her bed Murphy told Cherokee County high „Make a self.inventory and ^ school seniors last Friday. "That's for the birds." The plain-spoken DA suggested that, if the crowd acts like it is be- ing rubbed the wrong way, "let the crowd turn around." He spoke sym- pathetically but firmly for 15 min- utes, then the district courtroom- full of seniors exploded in prolong- ed applause. Murphy, widely sought as a if you are a slob," Murphy said. Tho District Attorney said he could sympathize with youth. He described the seniors as being in an age of transition—"a tough spot". "You're too old to play with dolls and too young to r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO M*y 5, 1960 ★ ★ : U.S.A.* * by VT) Law Is Free America's Reply To Communists' Demonstration r><n^awiygro i * 5 - • ;. . mir-£ ■ Photo Oy Wart, Hot but * iw>l ( <t FAMILY RESEMBLANCF, is marked in a whole raft of charm- inR fashions for mother and the K'rln this year Kurnmertime is traditionally the season in which these "ditto fashions" flourish for that'* when families *|>end the most time together; and when the full impact of three, four, or more pretty girls wearing the tame style is best achieved Favorite formula for these mot lie r- daughter dicw* usually dejiends on cotton, with shirtwaist or dirndl-is!) styling The family croup pictured chooses navy dotted white cotton enlivened wilh red sashes and ricrac WHAT IS LAW? While <;ettinK ready to observe LAW DAY 1 S.A orí May 1st, per haps we should have asked our sel ves the question What is law • The K/igluh language uses one word law ' to express two distinct ideas, I found In many fore...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 5, 1*60 PAGE HO WEEK Stages Voice Central Hi Recital In Club Plans Da"as Sun- Observance Alto First, Literary Contest ALTO—Twenty five women met in the community center Wednes- day, April 20th at 10 a.m. for the regular meeting of the Central High Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Finis Henderson, president presided during the business ses- ión. Miss Nellie Singletary was elected delegate from the club to the THDA Council The first week in May, National Home Demonstration Club Week, will be observed by the Central High group, with new members to be honored at a tea, 1 p.m. Wed- nesday, May 4th in Community Center. The senior citizens of the neigh- borhood will be visited and pre- sented gifts also as part of the ob- servance, and, each member is urged to attend church. Mrs. Irene Od«K>, HD A^ent, gave an interesting and informative demonstration on "Clues to Cloth- ing Care," and "Read your Fiber Label." Highlight of the meeting was a talk by Mrs. Ed Ratcliff, who ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

PAOE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY $, 1940 Business businc CONDITIONED course Cotton Planting Pointers Cited By USDA Specialist Dr. P. A. Youfifl Cotton seed ran sprout well only when the soil is 70 decrees K or warmer I tested the germination of new cotton seed in the green- house When the soil temperature was f!2 degrees V , only 20% of the < otton seed.s sprouted However, when I planted more "f the same from firm soil. If hard rain packs the soil, running a rotary hoe over the rows will help the cotton to come up A hill dropper on your planter will help the cotton to corne up in the right spots and save much chopping A hard working farm family that is willing to raise row crops can kind of cotton seed in soil near raise 5 acres of rot ton without hir rUJ dr;T''''s F , 60"' to f<0" of the ■•'•i tilings sprouted Co'tun may be planted in red fields at>out April 20th if the soil is warm then. How ever, in sandy loarn fields, usually it is wis«T to wait, until about May 10th to plant ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches nery) CH James ichool Worship ainin« Ser. Worship Service Night night of *CH .E reh stor a.m. :55 a.m. p.m. tO p.m. Mondays) days) 7:00 -7:00 pro p.m. p.m. urch tor a.m. :00 a.m. p.m. -0:30 p.m. (0 p.m. I Church tor IS a.m. ce — 6:00 00 p.m. 0 p.m. it Church !eorge a.m. )0 p.m. A. Any task ¡> always mad« «asier, when the proper tools or. o.ed. The crafnman k«P hi. tools in o neot orderly arrangement, ond knows exactly where to 'each for th. tool h« n «ds< God has provided us with the tool to use in spiritual matters - Th. Bible. The church has theologians and personnel trained in Bible study, and all ore anxious to help lead ¡„ the study of God's word. Attend church Sunday and seek God's will for your life. ■ii th Church it God i oppoinltd t§my in thh world (or iprtodifif thi koowlodj si Hh lovi lor mon and of Hit demand lor man to rwpond to (hot lovi by loving hh neighbor. Without thli grounding m th« lovi ol Cod, no govtrnmtnl or «Kitty or wo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THIS WEEK'S Sports ROUND-UP by JIM CARROLL When you h#ve a lot of irons tn the fire, it's not always powible to do all the Unngs you'd like to do. and to keep up with the things you'd like to keep up with. And that's just about the shape e re in right now. We've been doing our level best to keep abreast of ill the news, sports-wu«. to pass along. And we ÍI that you ¡1 find most of the important stones concerning this vicinity within these pages. It's always interesting ard enjoyable to attend thr various meet ings and sporting events that take place around our part of the country, but one feller can only spread so far That's why we've bet-n unable to make many of the functions we would so like to attend. We have had coverage in our sports section, mainly through the tremendous cooper ation rendered by so many of our good friends So remember, while our «port- news coverage is for you, it is also BY you We sincerely want to express our appreciation for your great cooperation and assis...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

ifCf CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE # CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1956 FORD VICTORIA • door hardtop, red & black. Radio, heater, air condition- ing. A real buy for $1195.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitewall tires, radio, heat- er. Must move and will 90 at just . . . $295.00 1953 CHEVROLET PICKUP Nice clean pickup ... A steal at $445.00 1956 FORD V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, flood white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1095.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 USED CAR LOT MOVED NOW LOCATED ON HENDERSON HIWAY 710 EAST RUSK TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2-0292 W. R. Whitten, To see "The Big Fisherman" OK Used Cars 1955 BUICK Special 4 door Sedan, Radio, H...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO May 5, I960 The Cherokeean 5th Column Threatening America? TEXAS "PR ESS- ASSOCIATION 7fte*nie£\ ygr-j£35¿, Sss 7960 (Ry Or George Benson) While Nikitii Khrushchev i:o about th - world ratUin:: Itui-ian sabres fearsomely, boastintf about Ru^-aa alleged Lunik achieve rnents, and threatening dire art i in the <iiy of Berlin, thousands of Ins trained fifth Column agent.? arc setting up many l-itih Anieri i an nations for Communis' ,;'ke over It has been the Red expan tinent Dr Krnilio Nunez Portuondo, / .rrner {'resident of the Security Council of the I ciited Nations and now editor of Latin American that Castro in Cuba TEXAS OLDEST - CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LARGEST Next Door to I S • One Con tlrunt When? Redi Arc Busier Than f<er" Wide-Spread Penetration 'lh parade article presented a map showing Current trouble K.ents, reports .spot* Cuba and I'anarna Coun- has set aside the Bay of Naranjo tries where new Castros might a- on the southern coast as a secret r/ ,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper... Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT 1' J BABB had a lot of advice for the f,ity officials on how to mark off the parking places on the downtown streets Going fish- ing. see CHARLIE TRIMBLE buy- ing new tackle Reports are that CARL GRAY had the mayor blus- ing at the last fireman's bar-b-cue BEN EARL LOWER Y. former Jacksonville, now a radio announ- cer in San Antonio visited in Jack- sonville over the weekend . JIMMIE CONE, unopposed candi date for County Tax-Assessor-Col- lector was hand shaking in the City Saturday just as if he had an opponent . . . One of the by-stand- ers at the politiaal rally Saturday , remarked, "Emerson Moffeit, the' master of ceremonies talked more i than the candidates" . . . The band ¡ from Stephen F. Austin State Col- lege gave a concert at Jacksonville High School, Tuesday afternoon. JERRY NEED HAM, senior cen- ter for the '59 Indians football team now l...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 2 May 5, 1960 State Plastics Are Getting Prettier * CAPITAL NEWS * Judges To Inspect Ponta, Reklaw By Vern Sanford Texas Prest Association At STI.V now or for< day m Tex a < ir to -.;i' .' tlO (!',• S II it I In- polls Saturday i- ,rr hold '■ our "qpeak peacc" Practical elegance m underscored in new furniture for spring redecorating Plaatic* make the pr<-ttie*t table* wipe-clean th« gayect upholatery «pill-proof an/1 the most comfortable armchair* lightweight and graceful New tablea are decorative. Iikr lh<* one pictured tliat lia a top that ahimmera in mother of p«'¡irl rind n wreath of natural green leaves all permanently embedded in hard melarnine plastic U> aacure iaating glamour and ru*y («re. Dwugned for totlay'a living arid entertaining are aeveral new double duty table* that combine fine natural wooda, for company, and wa hable plastic*. for familv One *uch table ha* a reveraibU lop of te«k and black vinyl plaatic, the hitter preferred for ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

til In- ^e fe- a ts. be-2 Always Flower-Fresh JHS Honor Roll Is Announced MAY 5, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 3 20-40 Club Has Wiener Roast Jacksonville High School stu- dents named to the honor roll í >r A wiener roast and round of the fifth six weeks are Janio Ar- volley ball was enjoyed by tie (told, Benita Arrington, Linda Au-j members of the 20-41) club Tuesday gustine, Bunhy Ball, Lila Ballard, evening as they met in the Pont a 1'; ul Bass, Susan Boyd, Jim Boyd, Community Center with Mr. a.id Fran Bearden. Billy Jo Braly, Tra-: Mrs. Jake Stevens and Mr. and vis Booth, Wanda Broadhead, Bess ¡ Mrs. Marcus Kolb as hosts. Bleachable Cotton Clothes Are Laundering Joys Childhood's capacity for joyful wonder is such that a single blossom can give the same radiant pleasure that the poet received from "a crowd, a host of golden daffodils." But a little girl's ability to transform her own flowery freshness in the twinkling of an eye to a grubby little imp is what puts a look of amaze- me...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

WW MB "... it's no trouble—I'm in my v-'ork.ihop" Spend much time *t your hobby? Then an tt<Mi- tional phone at your «'Ibow will often prove a boon. And it's no luxury, either, at it low cost. Ot a neat wail phone, it leaves your workbench clear. <§}> GENERAL TELEPHONE AflW<£Q'f lorg^it i if T «i'ftphori* S/Jt TO THE VOTERS OF PRECINT 3 J ALVIN MILSTEAD WE WISH TO TAKE THIS opportunity of asking you for your vote arid support for a man we know is qualified and cap able of making fair and round decisions concerning the business matters of Cherokee County, and in maintaining the roads of thii precinct A man that is exper onced in business, administration, con struction, maintenance, and civic affair . You have seen the, man in action on numerous occasions in our local undertakings in this community, at times he has worked under handicaps, but ha. always done an outstanding job with records to show for it He has served as a leader in various civic affairs. He is a member of...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

Building For Industry day Jil Mar- Iducted le Gra- funeral Si pes, lurch, he Pro- fednes- |m. He a re- a son, | daugh- Fred Impbell, Ihildren jarsons, les, Ray Ion Dor- 69,000 Volt Transmission Line Now Under Construction The Southwestern Electric Ser- vice Company serving Jacksonville Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated BoEmerson Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3 Cherokee County Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated and an area north to Overton and South to Alto, as well as other pro- perties in Central Texas, has undt r construction another 69.000 volt transmission line which will add to its system facilities to brina in more power for this area. This new line will also connect with the transmission line system bringing power from the nearby Stryker Creek plant as well as several other large electric generating plants. High voltage transmission lines extending to the horizon have be- come familiar sights to most Am : ericans the past decade or so. Not S too ma...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 6 5. I960 Party Honors Linda Jewel! And Anita Tarrant A punch púrty honoring Mis Linda Jowcll and Miss Anita Ka> Tarrant. Jacksonville Ht£h Sch<x>¡ Seniors, was hold Thursday even mg in the home of Mrs Vernon L Morris, 810 Bryan «nth Miss Janict Land rum as co-hostess and other delicacies included cheese triangles, olives pickles, nuts and cookies The coffee table heM a white net tree decorated with blue and .old streamers with diplomas tied with blue cornflowers surrounded The table was laid with a white vnth graduation dolls bearing the and gold net cloth centered with names of the gue.su and nut nips an arrangement of yellow gladioli arranged to spell out "S e n i o r and blue irises in a white Italian lWJ0 Arrangements of yellow pottery bowl Miss Landrum ser roses and blue cornflowers were \ed the punch from a crystal bowl us«d at vantage points throughout PARTY HONORS SKN'IORS Mi < Janice J ,h ml rum left, was fo-hosti-rf-i for a party honoring M...

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

Whm 1st m m a . ■ I w^v:aanaM [ IWM mzwmm <m& i ^ mm 9m - \"mm « *■«&«*« .v- k>^&" ■ <* * ■tm^m nms £>v H THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 5. 1960 PACE 7 Jamie Rounsaville won the blue ribbon for dish garden; Joan Hal- | bert, red ribbon; and Philip Irby, | j yellow ribbon. Adams, one blue ri!>l>on and one vided the fountain and shrubs were ! Terrarium winners were Glen yellow ribbon; Mrs. A A. Hall,! given appreciation awards. Also David Helm, Susan (¡ail Nichols, one red ribbon; Mrs. Broiles, one receiving special awards were Mrs. Hose Mary Arnett, Claudia Kolb, red ribbon; Mrs. Rounsaville, one H''x Butler with a ceramics dis- Pruett I'avletich, and Dwalla All blue ribbon and one red ribbon; play and Mrs. Franklin Holmes bright, blue ribbons; Sylvia Ver- Mrs Will «oyer, one blue and one with a special bird display, hoyden, Connie White, and «inny red; and Mrs Hilliard, two blue A luncheon was given for the Harbor, red ribbons; and Loo Con ribbons and four red ribb...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

Coy Smith Life Insurance Hospitalization Retirement Plant Educational Plans AMERICAN GENERAL 641 Dallas Street Life Insurance Company JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Houston, Texas Phone 5239 ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! MR. HOME OWNER... BE PROTECTED! •00 OUTtlDI WHITS Olí édrn Jjlidde^, y / /// 'PAINT NOW' WITH FAMOUS GLIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT lasting protection ...new home beauty only if6.( ■; Pi r c, "r, , Don't let the ravagft of weather rot •nri deteriorate your home—tame costly repairs—depreciate your investment I Right now ii the time to get the new home — new paint protection of famous Glidden Endurance Home Paint. It tough clastic surface give your home top weather proter tif>ri — all summer—all winter long. Exclusive Glidden formula reducei unsightly checking and cracking. Extra hard glum surface sheds dirt— keeps your paint job looking fresh rniic h longer. Don't risk costly deterioration through another season I Come in,see how little it costs to paint now, prote< t now with famo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

i (film Serv. ' H. 80G0 & Solas 'Hound . . Town tylitfi flaunda&aut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newn>« h#ring facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville «generes in the most complot* loe I news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. ISA? Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy SANDS OF TIME AND POLITICS . . . Roundabout extends congratul- ations to Mrs. James I. Perkins for her ability to get a resolution pass-1 ed in Box M's precinct convention Saturday . . . Thanks to Mrs. Per- kins, she was able to talk the boys in charge to pass a resolution en- dorsing Senator Lyndon B. John- son . . . TWO YEARS AGO, there was quite a hassel in good old number 14. The side Roundabout was on got whipped ... As Roundabout recalls, we were fighting hard against the resolutions that we felt came from the DOT headquarters of Mrs. Franklin Randolph ... In- stead, we offered a resolution that 14 go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

1 THE CHEROKEE PAGE TWO A N MAY 12, 196C Fifty Ministers Attend SH Clinic Approximately fifty min. t, r- tht'ir wives arid other church work- ers attended the Pastor's Chni' on Mental illness held i.ri corinei tion with the Husk State Hospital > Open House The clinic wj-, held la -it Thurs day and was arranged by the Hos pital's Oia plain Dr Carl Í1 í iip The lecture. were as follow. Rusk State Hospital A resource in Diagnosi* an<l Treatment of the Mentally 111," Dr. Charles W (last ner Superintendent "fleco :.;nizin ' S,.. n, of Mental Illness Jir James H Kreirneyer ¿staff Psychiatrist. "Ministering to the Kamili* ■ of the Merjlally 111." Chaplain Case "Mental Health Problems of the Irr 'In .* I. uff ;:h ■ h ir First Rule For Water Skiers: Learn To Swim Before Skiing Safety for water Viers depends on the things th *y do and also on how well (hi- boat operators follow rules of caution Earl Hollo well former b.ri-t of Safety for the Arnerv an V. -r Ski Association, has issued „...

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