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

ü Last Rites Read, Jack Partridge Funeral services were held Sat- urday for Bennie Nolan (Jack) Partridge, ase 73, at 2:30 p m. in the Wallace Funeral Home Chapel. He died around midnight Thursday at his home here. Rev. E. J. Birkelbach officiated at the final rites, with burial fol lowing in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Mr Partridge was a resident of Rusk some 36 years. He was em- ployed at Rusk State Hospital from 1924 until his retirement in 195t>. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Sally Partridge of Rusk; one sister, Mrs. Sarah Jordon of Reklaw, and : a number of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Floyd Coleman, Aubry Darby, Raymond Mclntyre. Joe Watts, Carvin King, Lloyd Smith, Jr., Leonard Cline and C D. Monroe. Arrangements were by Wallace Funeral Home. 0 1 % Rusk Kindergarten Graduates 19 Nineteen youngsters received evening, May 13th at Calvary Bap- diplomas from Kindergarten in! tist Church. READ THE WANT ADS ¡ commencement exercises Friday Under the direction of M r s. SPECIAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 MAY 19, I960 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sher- man recently were, Mrs. Nannie Benge Mrs Mart Benge. Houston, Mrs. Nora Watson, Mrs. Irene Sum merlin, Jacksonville, Mrs E d Compton, Henderson, Mrs. Frankie Milhouse, Mt. Pleasant, Mr and Mrs W. H Gaines. Mrs. Kaker, Mr and Mrs J N Parker and baby Marshall. Mr and Mrs Gary Starkey of Homer. Louisiana spent the week end with Mrs Starkey's parents. Mr and Mrs. Elray Williams They were enroute to Michigan where he will be employed Or and Mrs Charlen Derrick of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Walter Richey Thursday afternoon. Mrs Verdie Mae Banks has re turned home aft«r spending sev eral days with her son in law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Kent Mil ler and their young son Edward Kent Mrs I-awrenoe Smith spent the we"k'-nd at Tyler visiting with her children Mr and Mrs Bowdesi Hamblin and Mrs Jack Noye of Huntvville were t:u -sts of Mrs Frazer (iuinn Sunday Mrs If (' Edwards has returned from two wee...

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

lott, ton. land in m Ú y Ire lixing Irder. |ivery yoo Ixas n the have the the e cur- lut lof U- %. IK" ON LONG CAREER .. time she was hired as principal of the three teacher Salem school. In 1923 24 she served as Rusk elementary school principal and in 1924 she became a member of the high school faculty Miss Lt'ake was born in Rusk and still lives in the house of her childhood She completed public schools in the Rusk system that has been her 37 year career (Continued From Page 1) -he received her certificate. She taught for a year in Castro County nd returned to Cherokee County v. here she became teacher princi- pal of the two-teacher school at [.one Oak. Two more years were spent in a West Texas school before she again returned to the county. This She loves the school, her legions of pupils. This intense devotion together with good health has produced a remarkable record for attendance. She has missed one week of school in 44 years. That was when her close friend. Irene Snellings, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 6 MAY 19, I960 Miss Guinn Among Superior Students Given SFA Award Mrs . Frank Coupland, Mías Judy Dilworth anci her mother, Airs. Evelyn Dilworth of Dallas are pictured above at Quinten* Saturday, just prior to a one o'clock luncheon honoring Miss Dilworth. She is the future bride of Mr Rex Jordon CantreH, ar.d niece of Mrs. Coupland, Luncheon Compliments Miss Dilworth Saturday Mrs Frank Coupland honored her niece, Miss Judith Dilworth of Dallas, bride fleet of Mr Hex Jor don Cantrell, also of Dalla , with a three course luncheon at Quln ton's Saturday May 14th Places for fourteen quests were laid The future bride's chosen col ors, shades of pink and ivory, were • artied out in the centerpiece of pink gladioli, delpbeniums, white chrysanthemums a n d greenery This was flanked by smaller ar rangements of white ' hrvsanthe rnums rar.dy tuft and sprays of net Save With SAFETY Anticipated Dividend A I 0/ " /O Per Annum Compounded Sem i-Annually First Federal Savings ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

Jones-Bolton Marriage Announced For June 24 Hostess To Class Party Receives TJC Award Of $60 MAY 19, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN I Mary Ann Mayes entertained her Intermediate Girls Sunday School Class and Rtiests with a party at her lovely new home Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 p. m. Games were played, and refresh- ments were served to the following: ! Ann Vaughn, Jane Deal, Jeannette Schochler, Mary Beth Copeland, Loetta Hassell, Mrs. Earl Henry I PAGE 7 I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Junes, '103 Layton, Kilgore, announce I the engagement of their daughter. Carroll to Mr. John S. Bolton of Dallas, son of the late Judge and Mrs. J. J. Bolton of Rusk. The marriage will be solemnized at eight o'clock in the | evening, June 24th at the First Christian Church with the Rev. Ben F. Hearn officiating. delta kappa gamma Officers Installed At I Breakfast Recently The Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma held its final meet- ing of the year at C^uinton's Rest- aurant Saturday morning, May 7th. Approximately 30...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN Pi«*« WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING A snort program honoring the mothers of the Adventist church was presented May 7 Honor moth ers over 70 were Mr> W E. Clark and Mrs Zelpha Wilkes Rose* were pinned on ¿II mothers pre sent 0 The Washington Monument is 555 feet high. MAY 19, 1WO Three Licenses Are Issued Marriage license* tssueij b> the County Clerk's office in the p, st week include the following Mack '.'handler and Patricia Ann Davis; Heub'n t-afette Morn> and Elizabeth Marlene Arnold John Martin Coleman and l.ottie Mae Williamson DR. P. A. KOLSTAD OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Office Open Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Other Hours by Appointment well done You deserve the honors you arc receiving. Good luck I GRADS Moseley Drug Store SEE US FIRST SEE OUR FINE GIFT SELECTION RUSK TEXAS HAPPINESS SUCCESS FORTUNE All these things •ve wish for this fine graduating class Mathews-Miller RUSK. TEXAS % I Rusk Mrs David Burton Rusk; H D Vickers Rusk. Mrs Edd J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

|ate whose English Inite :e" iU x Two Hundred Attend Fifth Annual Soil Awards Banquet; Speaker Challenges Eastex Cities More than 200 attended the fifth ture today. He spoke of the won- ti->n and keep America the best fed award, and Gayle Haws of Turney, annual awards banquet of t h e derful opportunities the farmers nation in the world. A Gold Star Hoy, was presented Cherokee County Soil Conservation have today with the use of the The invocation was led by Dill District in the Junior High School modern scientific achievements, Parrott, district clerk, from Rusk. Cafeteria at Jacksonville Friday, that are available. ! Introductions were made by Allen night. The meeting honored more He challenged the cities of East P. Goforth, chairman of the soil than a dozen county citizens for Texas to not only seek new indus- conservation district board of su- their conservation achievements trit?s but t0 invest m findmg ipervisors. and rural leadership during 1959 . , , .... . Miss Margaret w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO MAY 19, IWO STORK CLUB THEME Mrs. Johnson Installed Young Recommends Late Tom Varieties Lufkin Fete Honors Alto Class As New Alto P-TA Prexy ALTO—A simulated Stork Club setting greeted Alto Hitfh School seniors in their Lufkin banquet Juniors played the host roles in the Angelina Hotel a# t h e school's graduating class was hon- ored. The Club theme began at the ballroom entrance with an awning lettered. "Stork Club,'' and a top hat. cane and gloves across the top Guests were greeted by little Mr Roger Smith, dressed in a doorman custume Couples were escorted to their tables by ushers from the Junior Class As guests were seated, Miss Josic Alma Watters hostess and sponsor of the Junior Class, mingled with them. Ronnie Smith then welcomed the Seniors and proposed a toast to the Seniors of 1960 Ginger ale in champagne glasses was raised in the salute, after which Gale County Will Send 4 For Induction The Cherokee County Selective Service Board will send four me...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

ties '8- Maybe or release en lot ense 'lied and in Texas ng a fish- in the law en- he Game areas also rsons. In 274 ar- reted $6,- •gain that d 65 who counties, and reel, sons over iption. ity: every aehalf lethod each :t At- ink as sup- istrict n y f"/ orney Reklaw News . . . (Held from Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. RoDert Anderson of Shreveport spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents. Mr and Mrs. John Bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carson and Kmma Carson attended open house at the State Hospital in Rusk Sat- urday a.m. and enjoyed a very nice program Accept our most sincere (jnqratulations Brookshire Bros. Jos off the square, in Rusk Mrs. Rhoda Devaney and Mrs. Ona Rabvor were in Rusk Thurs- day morning. Our sympathy goes out to the Hudman Aikin family Mr Aikin's mother passed away Saturday night Mr B Parnell is on the puny list, hope he will be feeling much better. Mrs. J E. Wallace came home from the hospital Thursday a.m. Hope that she will soon be strong again. Mr and Mrs. Harry...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THIS WEEK IN COUMTY Agriculture (i i EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thuriday, May 19 Palestine to leadership I-ab Com mitt'-'' Meeting Well, 4 H Club Meeting at 7 00 p rn Ponta Communit) .Meeting <,o to Meridan to Beef Cattle field Day. tion Week and at Soil Conservation banquet Jacksonville - 11 55-12:00 Ann Shellham- PLAN I'rcxedures to make U«e program most effective should include A Kach candidate's nam'', pic- ture 'glossy printi. story of her ac complishments and four or more nnapshots to support the story shall be sent to the rhairrnan of th - Cou/ity Judging Committee by May 1, 1900 This story should l>e writ- ten in the first person by the wo- man herself, m long hand or it may !>'■ typed Kach contestant should put her name, address, and counfy on each page of her story 1 The story should contain in- formation on a<complishments as outlined on the scorecard. The fol- ' lowing suggestions may strengthen the story. | a Gire a brief history and back Mrs...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

íes (Missionary) CHURCH Charles James unday School lorning Wo.nbip ptist Training Ser. ening Worship Night Service turday Night 1st Sat. night of :hurch edule Ust Church gan. Pastor 1:45 a.m. hip—10:55 a k. —6:30 pa , lip—7:30 p.m. md 3rd Mondays) 'd Mondays) 7! eacher—7;00 p.m. —7.-00 p>m. -7:30 p.m. dut Church ;e, pastor 1:45 a.m. lip—11 00 a.m .—6:30 p.m. . Y. F.—6:30 p.® ip—7:30 p.m. of God Church If, Pastor lip—9:45 a.m. Service — 6:0* ice—7:00 p.m. e—7.00 p.m. p.m. Baptist Church t D. George -10:00 a.m. '0 a.m. n. ip—8:00 p.m. NOURISHMENT! Jacksonville & Area Churches Three times a day we care for our body's needs. From this food we receive new strength and vigor with which we may face each day. Without proper nourishment we would become weak and our bodies would wither away. The soul needs nourishment i too .. ."Man shall not live by bread alone..Without proper nourish- ment our soul becomes weak and withers. Attend church each week and feed your soul, and know the joy...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE □ CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1954 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9 Ptiung«r Station Wagon V-Í, radio, heater, automatic trans- mission. Blue finish. A terrific buy at $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sad art Whitewall tires, radio, boat- er. Muit mov« and will go at just . . . $295.00 1959 FORD PICKUP Light green. 6 cylinder, over- driva. On* ownar. Price . . $1395.00 1956 FORD V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tire , 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 tiret. 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 20292 ROSEMARY VRMILLION "Visit to a Small Planet' CLEARANCE SALE 195...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

It's The Law NERS SSING S Prop. 194 .E Mttal h Pipet al Works one 282If machirv*. applianc* f\ ion! Icomb Rusk ONE >B a "new" Itone auto jdd beauty Kee us to- tates K OP lacksonvilla ianks Ihes to thank jrs for dona Is for his tov iPlanet" illing Irt Ifrom ¡80 fomorial llsttid M and past Ball Club Not Liable This Time The outlook wasn't very bright lar the home team with the score tied, two opposing players on base jnd only one out. "Spec" Tator, a rabid fan, leaned forward on his >eat in the left field bleachers. The pitcher got his signal, the ball sped toward the plate. Then came two sharp cracks. The first was the bat on the ball. The second was the ball on Spec's' head. Spec was seriously injured. To recover damages for his in- juries and medical bills, Spec filed suit against the baseball club. He charged it with negligence in fail- ing to put a wire screen in front of the bleachers where he sat and in failing to warn him that batted balls might come into those bleach- e...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT MAY 19, 1960 The Cherokeean TEXAS f^pRESSil ASSOCIATION l-mñ\ I960 E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN MRS. E. H WHITEHEAD Editor and Publlaher News Editor Office arid Business Manager Entered aa second ciaat matter at the postoffke at RuaK. Texas under Act of March 3. 1879. _ __ Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corracted upon being brought to the attention of tha publlshar. SUBSCRIPTION Six Months In County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1 73 $3 00 $2 25 $4.00 Editorials Southern President I Give You Texas Strange Fare On Jayhawk Marquee In To[n-ka, on a Sunday rngbt with rain threatening to start at any moment, I wandered along al- most deserted streets not lone. ao my first visit to the capital city of Kansas Thought* of my study of Ameri- can history came to mind, t h n bloody clash...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

s 1:9 All In Your County Newspaper... Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * The Cherokeean Jacksonville Section Compiled and Edite 1 in the Cherokeean Jacksonville Oft ices STREET BEAT KENNETH GRAY had to spend Sunday afternoon baby seating away from home . . . CHARLIE HOLLAR almost backed out on a frog gigging trip with WILLIS HOLCOMB after a few snake stor- ies .. . HULON B. BROWN has teen selected to deliver the com- mencement address at Douglas High School in N'doches County this week . . . JERRY NORVELL AND TOMMY PEACOCK were hav- ing a wake-up cup of coffee at Sad lers trying to get ready for some final exams . . CHUCK THOMPSON and h i s wife pulled two boys, TERRY CLOVER and IJVRRY RICHARD- SON, out of Lake Jacksonville, Sunday. The boys wer« swimming ashore from a barge when a cramp caught Glover. Richardson helped keep him from drowning until the 1 Thompsons could get their motor started and rescue the boys. The pan cake supper sponsored by the local Rotary Club last week...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

Coy Smith Life Insurance Hospitalization Retirement Plana Educational Plant AMERICAN GENERAL 641 Dallas Streot Life Insurance Company JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS Houston, Texas Phono 5239 A wi/í I phafit it htnt) In i htm fhil'i T*>*phtn*"unnft/, mi M • Recital In Piono Held Sunday P. M. ora Nichols wen* presented in rec it;< 1 Sunday afternoon, 3 p m at First Methodist Church In the order they appeared on the program, the student were as follows Rhonda Black, Kay Kyle Joanna Williams, Steve Crysup, Su/anne ffolrornb, f'athy fiam hrell Karen Crawford, Billy Her ryhill. Margaret liavis, John Wil liarns lit and Steve ' rysup (duet), Veil Rraswell, Beverly Brigham, Beth Ann I'arrott, fireg fiuynri Jeanne < « leste Duncan, Cathy Kit ts, Jo Nell ViniriK, Margaret fi/iach And ra Ixiii Crawford, Carol far rington an'I Calhy Kitts, (duet), Jennifer Swift, Sherry Bawls. I>>hri Williams III. Carol Carrington Tana Ifas'.ell and Sharon Mitchell A large crowd attended the recital, which l...

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

LMC Students Present Drama Mrs. Arch Pearson presented members of Lon Morris Col- lege speech department in a relig iou-s drama, "Christ In Concrete Cit>." Sunday morning at a com- bined meeting of the Susanna Wes- ley Bible Class and the Ruth Naomi Class at First Methodist Church. Fifty-nine ladies heard the signi- ficant messaga brought by the fol- lowing young people: Janet Culb- erson, Houston; Judith Ellerbe, Jacksonville; Jack Guthrie, Fort Worth; Dick Hoag, Beaumont; Tommy llotchkiss Peacock, Jack- sonville; and Barbara Williams, Houston. Central Baptist Circles LOCKARD CIRCLE The Mary Sue Lookard Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of Central Baptist Church met Mon- day afternoon in the home of Mrs M E. Burke, 507 Neches, with three members and one visitor, Mrs. Grant Burns, present. Mrs H. H. Parker taught the lesson from the mission study "Educating Youth for Missions." Mrs. Parker used the second and third chapters, "Looking At Youth" and "Guiding Youth." Mrs. Her-1...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE * MAY 1 . 1960 EXKMl'LKK TEA- The Xi Kappa rhap er of Jieta Sijana I'hi hold an cx'j oplar tea Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Kenneth (¡ray O'Kcefe Koad; left to right, Mrs. W. A. Groom, Mn. Wayne Davis (if Houston, Mrs. Irma Price. and Mr l,«m Harvey of Houston. St. John's WSCS Concludes Study The concluding study of Luke s Portrait of Christ was conducted Tuevlay evening by Mrs Douglas Meyer for the Woman s Society of ("hri-uan Service of St. John's Methodist Church. The meeting opened with prayer by JUrs Meyer (leading from the 24'h chapter of I.uke were Mrs Beryl Arnold, Mrs Ed win McShan Mrs Tom Kvan Mr< A T Castlftberry, and Mi.s& Mart: aret Coxe This is the story of the tcsurrection Non-directed counseling follow- ed In two ¿¡roups with Mrs Mr shan and Mrs Evan giving an outline of facts learned duriric the study Mrs Evans dismissed the ineetirug with prayer KTLU ("Katie-Lou") 1580 Th# Top of Everybody's Dial' Exemplar Tea Honors Pledges The X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

'rn Servic« A iv,v 8000 * |ire, us bnt. ;W.' 'flaimcl . . Town 'Mií/í flaundaftaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« n*wss«th«rinf fatilitin of Ruth irvd Jacksonvillt «genciot in H « most complet* local now medium in Cherokee County. r\ it;:;' SOME SAY FIGURES don't lie, but at the least they'r# difficult to VOLUME 112 reconcile at times . . . take for in-j stance those released today on the recently completed census . . . statistic-wise, it looks bad for our town, yet we can't help feeling that one should analyze them before jumping to any hasty conclusions. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 6, 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area MONDAY, MAY 30 MEMORIAL DAY will be observed as a L e g a I Holiday by Rusk Businesses. MAY 26, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 20 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 49 LIKE MODERN ART, many in- terpretations can be made, accord- ing to the slant of the individual . . , and if our notion that even though it may n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

m FETED Mut Beth M':yeri, bride-elect of Jim B >b Coker, was honored lait Thursday with tea-show- er at the home of Mrs. Frank Summers. Other hosts'. ,<*•, wt-re M« -,dames M R. Philbriclr, Bob Persons, Har- old Miller. Heinie Odom, Harmon Stevens and Don C ysup Shown above are Mrs Summers, Mrs. Walter Meyers, mother of the future bride, Miss Meyers and Mrs A W. Coker, mother of the prospective 0room. Tea Shower Compliments Miss Meyers On* of the social highlights <>f UHh Mcvcr.i The future bride of trip vi ••(.•k <• rid in this city was a te.i lirti I Job Coker is th<t datlKhti-r of -howcr Thursday evening May Mr and Mr WnlU-r II Meyprf. 19th in the hume of Mr ,irid Mrs arid hi parents arc Mr and Mr , Frank Summers, honoring Miss A W Coker Free Theatre Ticket* To The Cherokeean Classified Ad Readers HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Each week 10 names will be inserted among the ads on the CLASSIFIED PAGES of THE CHEROKEEAN . . . All you have to do is look for your name and if ...

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