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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE a CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk mi RUSK MOTOR SALES NOW Is The Time To Buy A New Car Leeman Isaacs, owner of Rusk Motor Sales Will Not Be Undersold TRADE CARS With A Dealer Who Will Settle For A Small Profit Nice Selection Of New and Used Cars Rusk Mtr. Sales YOUR FORO DEALER HAway 69 at "Y" — Rusk, Texas NY m 10W mi lb. Cars Wanted SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McEImurry Motors MERCURY COMET US ROYAL TIRES 101 F Rg-k Phor* éJ9 Top prices paid for Used Cars. See us first J. C. Williams, Rusk. USED CARS Big S«l«ction of Fin* U «d Car Bargain Pricaa J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealar Rusk DLTTfcH IIUY USED CARS 1 |Save \ I $200.00 On That* Cars 1959 BUICK Lesavre, 7-door, hard top, Beautiful laido Lavender finish, air conditioned, dyne-flo trans- mission, radio and heater. One o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN I I PACE EIGHT AUSTIN... (Continued from page 1) gram in Texas, could multiply it self into a million- dollar head ache. Last year $51,376,076 was paid out in Texas in unemployment benefits. This was more than was taken in in unemployment taxes from employers Fortunately for TEC. the program has, over a per tod of years, built up a substantial trust fund — $255,534 551 to be exact — against bad periods. But this fund, designed as a cushion against depression typ* breadlines, can «'ire its purpose only if it is not abused I! is meant as insuranti' TK< '. explain, not as a dole, and not to pay for vacations for those who re tired of working SHOUT SNORTS Tex a-. Depart- ment of Public Safety celebrated its 25th birthday thi- nc/iith. Col Homer Oai-mori .Jr has been di- rector for 22 years The highway patrol has urown from 140 to 773 men, but is 'till f. r short of the 2.500 estimated need Personal incomes of Texans rose five per cent last year, bringing the annual per...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

* STREET BEAT Happy Birthday to AL COHEN, sales manager at Nichols Industr- ies. Employees in the office held a party for him, but all he would admit was that he was 29 and a few months . . . HENRY MASON, artist for Kiely Printing Co., got his introduction to making photo graphs of a football team Friday morning, when the photos for this years Indian program were taken Chairman W. W. HOLM AN has called a special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Highway Committee at 11:00 A. M. Friday in the City Council room at the City Hall . . . Principal JACK OSBORNE at Jacksonville High School turned down some homemade ice cream last week. He says he is on a diet getting in shape for opening of school City Manager WALT «te School Transportation Is Major Problem Of Growth To Local School District CC Committee Reports On Traffic Safety Good Progress Reported On US 69 Widening Projects of the project are making good progress. M. G. Moore of Buckner and Moore who have the contract for the widening...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

.4V': ' B SI 1 THF. CHEROKEEAN PmGE TWO AUGUST 25, I960 FASHION FESTIVAL AT STATE FAIR % i r,,\ i r.Ai, KAl'JlS'J 'i. A holds farewell party tor Amy l.ou Pirlriti. Alias Sharon Horn was hostess for the croup and pifts were pr<« «nied to Miss Fields. The tfuests were, (left to rigrh 1.), Sf^it-d, Claudia Kolb, Miss Fields, and Su • Crouch; standi tiff, Mr .. John Mobley, Miss Ross, Rosarruiry Holman, Samrnve husk, Husnn Todd, Breivlla Kvans, and Mrs. S. 0. Lusk. Indians To Scrimmage Jasper Saturday i|##l Ép: §¡fl mtw-; . wrr: •" I'ut.tiTn magic m illuntraU-d l.y Talon Zipper.s and Singer Ma< jii/ic Mom pari y at thi- fourth annual ■ .virix Fashion I at I he Slate Fair of t'cxa.", Oct. 8-2.'l. Shown are two evening ilre.s.ii made from the game Vogue pattern, a I'ari.s "riginal denijfri. 'I lie uhorter version is in chocolate brown satin enhanced with black lace and the long formal creation is made of heavy champagne satin. Diamonds are from I.inz Urothers of Dallas in recognitio...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

,,é * • -f r; # Shower Honors Miss Jeanie Paslcy Paslej. rliido elect of eanie ¡1 U;*> v illiams, was honored with ;i miscellaneous wedding >hower Friday night at the homo of Mrs. Claude Stephen , 213 Dov- er cu x Stmt. Dorothy Stephens . nd Judy Fowler were hostesses for the occasion. A "Hearts and Flowers" theme was carried out at the refresh-1 | i inent table. The table was laid ! with a pink linen cloth centered ¡ with an arrangement of pink roses, j Pink punch and heart shaped co- j okies decorated with pink flow- ers were served by Dorothy Step- hens and Judy Fowler. Pink roses and artificial fruit were used at other vantage points throughout the house. Approximately forty guests eal- tlale ' he FUTURE HOMEMAKERS AT \\l /RK—L/it to right (¿lenda Sanders, Janis Rags- , Margaret Warren, Fran Bearden, Janice Lanci.rum, and Marilyn Cavencss working at !cd or sent K,fts during the even- F. II. A. Summer Workshop held this summer at Jacksonville High School. F.H.A.SummerWorksh...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 25 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN page four august 25, 1940 The fireman who *teer$ the rear C ,_ _ __I D ¡a.-- end oí a hook and ladder truck TUnerai IMfC* is called a Tiller man. Conducted FOT THE BASS ARE BITING Lake Jacksonville Boats and Motors For Rent Fishing Permits Live Bait Fishing Tackle Dining Room Open 11:00 AM. to 9:30 PM. SERVING:— FISH CHICKEN STEAK DINNERS Sandwich** and Snack* Starkey's Cherokee Pines Lake Jacksonville Concession Charles Ellis Funeral services for Charles Hardy Ellis, 94. were held at 10 a m Monday. August 22. in the Gragard Spraggin %Swofiord Fun eral Chapel with Rev. O C. Walk er. Rev. Paul Concilio and Rev. ' Í) Smalley officiating, iiurial wat in (he Center Hill Cemetery at 2 30 Mr Ellis was a resident of Jacks- onville for about 20 years He died in a loeal hospital about 3 pm Saturday. Survivors are five sons, the Rev Willard Ellis, Pete Elli s and Claud Ellis, all of Jacksonville, Milton j Ellis of Tyler and Charlie Ellis of Alto, two daughters, Mrs. Irene Newma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

P ° ^'aova icc 4 8«ie« CJf Kound' . . Town ^litíí tftouncUJkiut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathcring 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, 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy WE WERE ruminating about things political this week when VOLUME 113 SEPTEMBER 1, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PAGES NUMBER H we noticed that all over Texas the ladies are beginning to commune according to which party they like . . . decided that this was a good time not to start grazing around the political forage. AND HIKE SNUBBED AND SO AS not to tax our rated capacity for rumination, we turn- ed naturally to football ... we have our opinions about football, but they didn't require much thought to form. Car-Tax Problem Unsolved During Court's Session ALWAYS GLAD to follow Pete The county tax dilemma—whether to lower the car t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

PACE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 1, 1960 First Methodist News RUSK, TEXAS Reverend Jewel McClure. Minister Reverend Udai Singh, Missionary in India Pastor's Office J lours Pastor's Visitatiw 1 3° P Pastor's Day Off Saturday (Available When Needed) THE PASTOR'S PENI GIVING IS LIVING As you give to others in time and in energy', in consideration and attention, in acceptance and love, IAITmCS,* MNlfl c# Al. TBu€ ÍWt 'ACTi 0PVJ(.fr To Y&J OUT ot TM( < Spin Cast Reel & Rod $8.88 Wallace Hardware and Furniture Co. E. Side of Squir 8 00 A. M to 12 00 í' VI Phone M!r 3-4605 M to 6 30 P M in service and devotion, in mater lal i'o'xlv yoii will win the a[^ precia lion and love of those to whom you t;ive or thov- whom you help You will alvi win for yourself much greater [x-acr of mind, much greater rHicf from tension THY S WAY' AT 1 fO.¥ K AT WORK AT PLAY AT < III IU.H With warm personfil regards. I am Sincerely, Your I'astor Jewel McClure * i * SERMON TOPICS A M Holy Communion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 1, 1960 PAGE THREE f1 ORIENTAL SPLENDOR FROM 'FLOWER DRUM SONG' This scene of Oriental splendor is from "Flower Drum Song," the tuneful Rodpers and Hammerstein Broadway musical hit that will be the Music Hall attraction for the 1960 State Fair of Texas in Dallas. The show will have 24 performances October 7-22. Delayed Birth Certificate Not A Requirement for SS Benefits Maydelle The Cherokee County Clerk's office this week issued a statement from the State Department of Heal- th statin? that applicants for Social Security benefits do not necessar- ily have to have a delayed birth certificate. The statement continued: "Many people whose births were not registered at the time they were born are under the impress- ion that they must file delayed certificates of birth before they can make application for Social Security benefits or old age assist- ance. "A person does not need to file a delayed certificate for either pur- pose. There are many types of documents ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGc FOUR SEPTEMBER 1, !9oO DEFY ANNEXATION 1he Old Imjzro r *02 Mt. Selman Will Hold School Anyway NURSE TKriiNK JANS ividiploma in s<tv]<<-< Friday iiijfht' at. th<- Fii.d Methodist rhurch arc •hov.ri bow. In the •. •.i:t! i r ;• r, front row: halton !>. Trotter, .1 F. ÍMíiff ton, Arli • Corlfy, Fardara (íarwr, Franc -, (Mom, Shirl. v N--rma:.. Il--!cn Phillip , I.inda Deri in^fton, l-oi> Sev/all, Orvil John-on, I- F U'at..".ori, arwi John .M. lie- Hack row, lef' t . rijjht .Jumr- II. Scott,. Johm.v Odom. Ito. M I>.v. Í ", Fern I). f) vriri«1"n, Mi ;. Fat Fall, R. N . C;.rid in- «tr'i' t-,r). Fi?a [--Foot. Man in I' Kotf'-n. Fdwn Jone and John A. Kand r-t. Dei:-i| Harrison, r.' t pi-- Uired <va also om- of the graduate CARD OF THANKS He thank «-rich on< who tri- butr«l money In ;;«•! our brolher, Thóma J.iri/y's body home He wa< born May 18. IÍÍ17. and de parted this iife AUEU-t lit, I1*,') The vrn of Mr and Mr Samuel David Linzy H- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

Vi ti %/' m f¡' _ barm/US -TO' £-1 Y OU GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU B JY AT ... STORES IN JACKSONVILLE ■ PALESTINE • RUSK GENUINE SAVINGS EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN SALE PRICE FIGURES. NOTHING RESERVED! TO AW 1 only floor sample Candy Green Swivel Plat- form Rocker 36 x 72, 9 pc. Modern Reg. 49.95 Below Cost 4) Priced 29 THIS WELL-KNOWN FAMOUS STORE IS FORCED TO SELL! STOCK REDUCMG SALE Dinette Suite In Metallic Tan And Creamy White Reg. 99.95 LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER THROW Each PILLOWS $1.50 We Are Compelled to Sacrifice Our Entire Stock At Genuine Losses This Is a Bona-Fide Sale the Like Of Which You Never Saw Before! 2 Piece BEDROOM SUITES *60.00 9x 12 WOOL RUGS With Pad $ 55.00 3 Piece Bed Room Suite Double Dresser, Book- case Bed and Chest Of Drawers Reg. $109.95 89.95 Mismatched Mattress & Box Springs $49.95 YOUR CHOICE ... 5 Piece \ J\ ought Iron-Bronze-Chrome COMPLETE SET Dinette Sets 50.00 Kelvinator Refrigerator 9 Cu. Ft. $170.00 TABLE Maytag Fully Automatic WASHER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

P„C2 SIX THE CHEROKEEAN SrPTEVBER J, 1960 Will There Be Enough Money To Pay Those College Bills? Getting into college these day* U only half the battle The other half —and by all odd* the toughest—:; how to pay for it. Ten yeara ago the four-year outlay at the larcer universities was about $6,000 To- day it coats $10,000 and In 1Í70 It may reach $15,000 or more. How do parents generally expect to meet this whopping bill' Or. the basis of a recent Elmo Roper study for the Ford foundation, 70", of the nation * families are -planning" ("hopinf" would b« a more accu- rate term) to send their children to college. But only two of Ave such families are putting money aside for college expenses. And even then, the median amount saved Is a pitiful $150 per year. Many parents 'the majority of those interviewed by Mr Roper) count on their children to win a scholarship or work their way through college. But the average ccholarship is $145, and all scholar- ships together account for only about S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

w ü 1m Memorial Baptist Set Fete The annual homecoming at Memorial Missionary Baptist Church on Crockett Street is plan- ned for next Sunday, September 4th. A full day's program is set up, with dinner on the ground at noon, states the pastor, Rev. Jerry Coff- man. Speakers will include Rev. O. P. Meador at 11 a.m.; Rev. A. J. Kirk- land at 2:30; and Bro. Harper at 7:30. Everyone is issued a cordial in- vitation to attend, said Rev. Coff- man. Women For N-L-T Ticket Plan Meet The Cherokee County Women's group of Texas for Nixon-Lodge- Tower will hold an organizational meeting Thursday, September 1st :n the Rusk Hotel at 7:30 p.m. All interested women are cord- ially invited to attend. 0 RUSK FOLKS Mrs. Al Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Felton Banks in Nederland last week. O A day at sea is divided into six periods of four hours each. John Paul Jones was the first l great U. S. naval hero. East is west and west is east on the 180th meridian. Call THE GAY LAUNDRY LLOYD HENDRICK, REPRESENTA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MM IIOHT Sirr«MM« I, !«♦ ^)r0"tyll , Sutton Storms Vows Are Hos Colled . Meeting Mon. Read In Tyler Saturday In a special meeting oí the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Monday, leaves of abs- ence were granted to several mem bers for the 196061 year President Mildred Chapman presided when the club met at 7:45 in the home of Mario Whitehead It was also announced at the meeting that the Chapter had earned a 3*star rating, the highest for its program of work in 1959 60. The organization's first official meeting for the new year will (*• September 12th with Marie M<■ h ner as hostess Refreshments of carrot cak 1 and coffee were served during the «ocial hour to Mesdames Chapman, Mary Turney, Mary Boone. Bessie Lunsford, Marie Mehner and Mane Whitehead. Mr Mary Margaret Storms be came thf bride of Karl Preston Sutton Saturday evening, August 27 in a double-ring ceremony at the home of her parents, Or and Mrs Frank M Richardson, 2)0 Mockingbird J-ane in Tyler T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

The Cherokeean Section II SEPTEMBER 1. 19Ó0 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS County Agent Reminds Of ASC Programs County Agent Steve Lilly, in hi.- ■veekly column, called attention to dates and developments of im- mediate concern to farmers who may have an interest in one or more of the federal government programs administered through the office of Agricultural Stabiliz- ation and Conservation. He mentioned first the cover crop program. The County ASC committee has set August 29 through September 16 as the sign- up period. The government will share about 50 per cent of costs of materials in this program. But new. regulations must be adhered to , One such is the rule concerning' home-grown seed. Lilly said the government will! not make payment for home-grown j seed or for fertilizer to go under home-grown seed, unless the seed! have been tested and an analysis report has been filed with the County Office. The Soil Bank program, Lilly noted ended w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PRESERVES OUR SOVEREIGNTY PAGE TWO SEPTEMBER 1. 1940 The Cherokeean The Connally Amendment C ASSOCIATION i960 E. H. WHITEHEAD MUS. E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office arid liusim-ss Manager News Editor Entered aj second claw matter at the pcwtoffice at Rusk, Texa* under Aet 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 column* oí Urn newspaper will be gladly corf cted upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. suascR Six Months in County One Year in County Su Months Out of County One Year Out of County ITINERANT VOTERS i p t i o N * A T E S $1.73 <3 00 $2 22 $4 00 Smart Get Smarter And The Fools Get Stronger Dr. Gallup, of the Gallup Poll, and men naid that the- voter who voted for party waa not as smart as the voter v. tra ry- Well, air, Dr. Gallup'* and other' and more ignorance in the South. Great- what intelligence they had and ar...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

STATE... (Continued from page 2) will be listed on the general elect- ion ballots. Atty. Gen. Will Wilson ruled that counties do not have to list the parties in the same in which the secretary of state lists them on a sample ballot. Secretary of state sends this out to list the certified nominees for state office. Republican officials have been urging that county officials draw lots to decide whether Republic- ans or Democrats shall get the pre- ferred first column on the left INTEGRATION OPINION ASK- ED—Dr. J. W. Edgar, State Com- missioner of Education, has asked the attorney general for an opin- ion on whether the Houston pub-j lie system can continue to receive state aid if it follows a federal court order to integrate a grade a year, beginning in the fir^st grade. State law denies aid to schools in- tegrating without voter approval. Houston voters turned down in- tegration. TETANUS SHOTS URGED — State Health Department officials are urging Texans to have tetanus shots and keep ...

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

I i,-# |v|^ £> ***? ? fr?t t: RUSK vs OVERTON AT RUSK FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. ANYONE CAN WIN CAS WEEKLY PRIZES SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRI7E FIRST PRIZE Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK A ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH GREEN STAMPS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long, Secty. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN CHEROKEE SCHOCHLER ED STOVER CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC FURNITURE COUNTY HARDWARE CAFE COMPANY ABSTRACT CO-OP RUSK, TEXAS COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS "HOME OF FINE FOODS" ASSOCIATION THE MATHEWS GREGG INSURANCE Southwestern ZERO SMART SHOP MILLER Electric Service FOOD "LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE DEPARTMENT STORE AGENCY Company LOCKERS RUSK RUSK, TEXAS RUSK, TEXAS RUSK, TEXAS KNOX RAY E. B. MUSICK CITIZENS FIRST CHAPMAN MEN'S WEAR INSURANCE STATE BANK STATE BANK PHARMACY EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIG BOYS AGENCY MEM...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

ALTO VS GARRISON AT GARRISON FRIDAY 8:00 PJM. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! 'ER our big football contest today; may win one of the big prizes. NO- NG TO BUY ... no obligation! Match ■ guesses with the experts ... just mark ■ choice for the winners, NOT THE ►RES! BONUS PRIZES *500°° $5000 Bonus Priie if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football Games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football games. nfesf... ■mployees of this news- their families. iway every week; priie erson picking the most will be the winner. Do the weekly priies. )0, you must correctly >up, Crockett and Rusk >50.00 Bonus, you must ese games. ts is Friday at 4 p.m. «Mowing week. Enter as es must be deposited at n Rusk and Alto. POINTS IN ALTO fd's Drug o Herald ry Blank /erton irrison rp rend Saline ine T ree ineole ew Boston ladewater rapeland ¡boll jffalo anaha abank lagovilla litlbyvill...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 September 1960

TJC Tentative Class Schedule Is Announced TYLER—The tentative schedule of courses and instructors for Tyler Junior Evening College has bee® released by the evening col- lege dean. I. L. Friedman Dean Friedman said additional sections of courses would be add ed as classes filled and m>w courses orgsnized if 10 or more persons requested a course before or during registration. Two courses, Geography 223 and Educ- ation 123, have already been add- ed Evening college registration will be held in the library of the mam building, Sept 1 and 2, beginning at 7 p m Classes begin Sept. 12. Any person who meets one of these three requirements is elig- ible to enroll high school gradu- ate. individually approved but not high school graduate or any vet- eran. All credits are transferable to senior institutions. The 36-class schedule as approved by Presi- dent 11 E. Jenkins is: Accounting BA 214, Richard Hill, Monday, 7 o'clock, Tuesday 6:40-7:30; American History 2K1, Grady Faulk, Jr., Monday,...

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