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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches ¿AST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST James Batton, Pastor ... - ¡>unday School—9:45 A.M. Morn:.ig Worship—11 A.M. livening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. I'hildren's Church—6:30 P.M. livening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—?15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. NEW SUMMERFIELD 411 Last Commerce Street FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harold Spurlock, evangelist Rev. Gordon Renshaw, Pastor Time of services: Sunday School—10 A.M. Sunday morning Bible Class 9:45 Morning Worship—11 A.M. Sunday morning Worship Service Iraimng Service—7 P.M. 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Evening Worship—7:45 P.M. Bible Study—7 P.M. Wednesday Teacher's Meeting—7:45 P.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. _ Brotherhood, WMU—...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MÜ 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE GOING GOING ALMOST GONE! WILD TRADES ARE STILL BEING MADE BY LEEMAN ISAACS OWNER OF RUSK MOTOR SALES BUT HURRY New Models Come Out September 29th, All Remaining I960 FORDS WILL BE SOLD AT DEALER COST FIRST COME . . . FIRST SERVE Get A Big Trade For Your Old Car And Buy A New One At Dealer Cost. "WE FINANCE" RUSK MOTOR SALES Leeman Isaacs, owner Hiway 69 at "Y" Rusk, Texas SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USÍ LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES Ml K. Ruik Phone 6298 lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cart if Bargain Price* J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Rutk lb. Cars Wanted Top prict* p*M '"r I/tod Cart, u* tint I C. WiílUm , Rutk. Id Auto Service When you need wrecker service call J. C...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

Adams Member pase k'fokee metes |>ws: parcel les NE being survey, | of said fC of |bed in ux to ^ol. 28, Cher- íack 7" in dia (TEC of |ck and |e from N 21 5 vts; J. W. dia N 14" dia bf said begin- lug for- | r less. fifty |r less, feribed lion, to |ary 9, Ige 621 County, |nd be- bounds 3ineda Cher- bart of ¡¡vision 3f said of a Terete- bnsley; |BL of stake Ike for |BL of Block place acres leribed Ise, ex- 1F. F. lie Mc- fhelma Mor- lorgan, lee Al- I Jr. to |ember . page Cher- levied est of Estate ay in ig the t the ■rokee Rusk, of 10 said II sell ate at the ivided the f 3 Mi Section 111 The Cherokeean Jacksonville News Reproduced from the Cherokeean Star Journal STREET Junior High BEAT Opens Grid Three Texas City football fans lost twice on their trip to Jack ^ sonville. They not only saw their SO ft football team lose but were arrest- ,'l for being drunk while at the Tht> Jacksonville Junior High Tomato Bowl. The trio posted Braves open their 1960 football bonds oí S20.50 eac...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO SEPTEMBER IS, I960 Local Girls Selected Rose Festival Duchesses Seniors Hold Planning Retreat At Pine Crest One of the high points of the year for the members of the Senior Department of the Kirst Methodist Church took place Au gust 28 29 The Senior High Plan ning Retreat was held in cabins at Pine Crest I-ake, starting after church services, Sunday night and lasting through Monday. The group enjoyed snacks, a sing-song, and a vesper service Sunday night. An early breakfast, morning dev otion. and a day of planning fol lowed Program activities, and projects for the next six months were plan ned Twenty three boys and girls were in attendance Adult counsel on were Mrs fieri Richardson, Mrs Tom Buckingham, Rev Hir- am Jones, and Rev and Mrs Rob- ert (..ingham O - Rebekah Lodge Discusses Plans For School Plans for a School of Instruct ions were discussed at the meeting of the Rebekah Lodge 200, Tues day, September 0 A donation was also made for the visitation of ...

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

L ie it íes ie. )BS, 3 Appetizing Salad Makes The Meal SEPTEMBER 15, 1960 THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE Central Baptist Circles LETHA SAUNDERS CIRCLE WATSON CIRCLE Mrs !•' W. Waggoner, III, 455 The Hazel Watson Circle will S. Bonner, was hostess for the meet Tuesday, September 20, at U'tlia Saunders Circle which met 9:30 A. M. in the home of Mrs. Thursday, September , at 9:30 A Morris Burt, 1046 Edgewood Dr. 1M. i " — PEP RALLY STUNT—During the pep rally last week before the Indians-Texas City game the cheerleaders intro- duced six members of the Indian football squad dressed as Texas City cheerleaders. JACKSONVILLE BRIEF The Jacksonville Civitans en- joyed a Fish Supper at Starkey's Cherokee Pines Concession Stand, Monday, September 12. After a short business meeting the Civi- tans met with the Retarded Chil- dren's Association at West Side Elementary School. Indians Crush Texas City 14-0 In Season Opener PALACE Jacksonville, Texas Thursday — Friday Sept. IS & 16 "DESIRE IN THE DUS...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 September 1960

V v' ■ THE CHEROKEEAN The First ,**"K,U* "• "" Methodist WSCS First Baptist Circles LULA NEWBURN CIRCLE son from second Timothy th<; first The Lola Ncwburn Circle of the Kapler This was the last letter First Baptist Ch.rch met Monday lhat Paul wrote before his execut- afteraoon. September 12, at 3 00 ¡on. whi« h had a tone of sadness U with Mrs. C. R Meadows along with the instructions «.ven Timothy for Christian livim;. The Souffle And Soup For Supper p. presiding. The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mrs. B W. Casey. Aft er a short business session, Mrs J. H. Jayroe taught the Bible les- PHArn1a?c kt5WS The Truth About Prescription Cost OM that last prtucrlptlon M«m high jwlead? It may hav* been something naw . . . not yet matt produced I Penicillin wat vary costly. whan naw, but now If* Inexpensive I Yo'j can't «was* prescription cost , but you cart depend on us for fair prica* at PHONE 7774 May Drug Inc. Larlsta at Ra«Ulala Jackson villa IN. iOKI. r - u* vit i meeting was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

i ■ ? 11\! i f i! ■ I JV/iíM'oliJi 'Round. . . Town 'llit/i iftaundallaid COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatherlng 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, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 11 ° üox coca 0 u cor 10* per Copy RUSK PEOPLE will soon be get- ting their copies of a proposed home rule charter for the city. Roundabout would recommend that they look it over carefully, and if they have my questions, write them down and ask them at a general meeting for that purpose. THE CHARTER will be lengthy. We won't be able to give it the attention it deserves at one sit- ting. But it's worth every minute we can give it. SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 IT'S NOT A panacea, but Roundabout firmly believes the new plan will be good for Rusk. For one thing, it will prevent a lot of grief we would have when our problems are compounded...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 72, 1940 Eagles Echo ECHO STAFF EAGLES Editor in chief A* i*Unt Kditor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors 1960 1961 Linda Watson Mary Maitland Judy liank.f Leonard lierry David Black Bobby Lori!! Jimmy Barney Son J a Wilcox, Brent Sponsvr Smith, Dan Cook, Jams Jones, arid Glenn Lloyd Mrs Lewis McCarrol! Snooper The pep rally was a big success Friday. The decorations were es I penally nice and everyone co ¡ operated wonderfully with the cheerleaders Let's keep up thei good work for the remainder of the football w-av>n Judy Duncan was seen with Kd die Bailey at the football came Friday niKht Tell us more. Judy!!' The sharpest thiriR around B H S is Wayne Spears' new car It sure is pretty. Wayne One of our cutest Senior couples, Joyce Traylor and Don Garner, hada slight misunderstanding Wednesday, but it seems that ev erythint; is o k now Who is the junior high "light...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN add new members SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 PAGE THREE Governor Urges Rotary Effort DAFFODIL CLUB OPENS NEW YEAR i t i i í % t The Daffodil Garden Club open- Metz Heald was fashioned of Through the Seasons." She de ed its program for the year with a weathered wood gray-green foliage scribed wildflowers which bloom in meeting Friday, September 16th, and drift wood. "Drifting Clouds", the early spring, those that bloom nt the home of Mrs. Malcolm M. l)>' Mrs. Robert von Doonhoff, gave in summer and thus*' that bloom Guinn. a feeling of motion together with in the late summer and fall. Mrs. Herbert Osborne, president, color suggestion ranging from a At a social preceding the pro- presided. Yearbooks were distri pak' shade to a V'cry deep color j gram Mrs. Herbert Osborne presi- buted and projects for the year rht' Kreener>- ' 0118 arrangement ded at the coffee service and Mrs. were discussed gave the flowing effect which the Doyle Bagley served lemon tort title indicated. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

THF. CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 Report Of Methodist Activities Members of the First Methodist as follow Church have been notified of a It was also announced this week change in time for the evening that a fiirl Scout workshop is services beginning next Sunday, scheduled at the church, Wednes according to the pastor, Rev Jewel day, September 28th from 9 am McClure Effective September 25- to 3 p m It will be held in Fel th the evening service will begin lowship Hall at 7 pm Methodist Youth Fellow Other recent church activities ship meets one hour earlier, at include the action of the Cornrniss- g pm ion on Missions which awarded a Meetings of interest at the $100 scholarship to Jaffar Hashirn church during the coming week are of Indonesia J (' William*, Jr , Holds Regular Meeting Mon. The Central High Organized dozen coffee cups for future simi Community Club held it* regular lar occasions monthly meeting Monday night. ( ornmission chairman, and mem- ber, floriated the &l...

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

I le I a le W> las RY NEE DONNA BOTHWELL Housewarming ShowerComplimentsNew Surprises Bride, Mrs. Jerry Smith ^'ac<" ~ct THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 PAGE FIVE CMA MEMBERSHIP DRIVE plans are mapped in Rusk b(y the above group. Left to right. Mrs. Paul Cox, Mrs. Robert von Doenhoff, Mrs. C. J. Harkins, Mrs. Joseph E. A. Ross and Mrs. John Joplin. CMA Seeks Members In Rusk Area The annual membership drive for the Jacksonville Civic Music Association will be conducted here during the week of September 19th through 24th. Serving as District Chairman is Mrs. J. E. A. Ross. Other leaders appointed to serve with her are Mrs. S. L. K. Cart- lidge, captain; Miss Lela Ann Keels, captain; and Mmes. Paul Cox, Robert von Doenhoff, W. H. Hanna, John F. Joplin, and C. J. Harkins will serve with Robert Hayes as membership subscribers. Mrs. M. M. Fenner is captain for The Jacksonville Civic Music As- sociation is a non profit organizat- ion formed in 1959 for the purpose of presenting to t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

PACE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 Farmers Urged To Destroy Cotton Stalks Fifth Column Exerts Startling Power Charlie Pa ron ría in chaw: of the (' Insrrti [tewnrch mg hibernation quarters In fields wide area Each farmer u urged in which bolLs have not been pro- to join his neighbor in tnese to destroy -talks several weeks Ik- *¡11 overwinter to infest next tcctod w,,h ifLsecticides through method of reducing the numbers of f _ * . August and early September, top boll weevils and pink bollworms fore frost normally occurs. This year'* crop t .. , t .1 bolls are infested with boll weevils which will survive to infest next Will 1*. their first weapon in redut- The boll weevil infestation is to the exU.nt that they may not year's cotton crop. ing the numbers of such fx'sts as heavy and fruiting plants, unless open or may not be pract- O By Dr. G«Of0« B*n«on President, Nit ton* I Education Association The Communist-led "student ¡0IU not*" which halted the House City A drive is cu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

CHEROKEE the cherokeean SEPTEMBER 77. 1940 PAO! y COUNTY FARM NEWS America's Constitution A Treasure, Not A Burden Junior Assistant County Agent Donald Douglas The old saying, "Make hay while the sun shines," actually applies to Cherokee County this week. Many farmers are in the process of cut-1 ting and baling hay off their past- ures now which they thought would never make a second or third cutting. Those farmers which applied some extra nitrogen to their pasture the last of June and the first of July are now reaping the good results. Those rains in July and August really made that extra nitrogen available to the grass. Billy Lee. President of the Cen- tral High Community, told me his hay was cutting very heavy and he contributed this fact to the extra nitrogen he applied in July. By the-way, I have the results of the protein checks on J. I. Dean's hay crop at Forest. Where he halved his Soil Test Recommend- ations the hay was 5.6% protein; the plot where he followed the Soil Test...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

FACI CWHT THE CHEROKEEAN SCrrtMftfK M. what Rusk Folks are doing Mr and Mr . Jo* W. William , Sr. oí Caddo Mills were guests of Mrs M E. McCord Tuesday Mr«. Roy Davidson of Beaumont, and Mr, Mrs Sonny Pearman and sons Bob and Jimmy Dee of Alto *pent the weekend with t h e i r mother, Mrs. D T ( avenes-, Louis Cavenes* accompanied his sister, Mrs Davidson, to Beaumont where- he will reenter Lamar Tech Col- lege Mr ar fi Mrs Billy Moorh'.jd <nd Karen of Shreveport Louisiana an- on two week - vacation. visitinK parents, Mr and Mr1 T E Beck of this city and Mr and Mr lar-j. Moorhead at Dialville Mr and M r s Italph fVnton • pent Monday with their son in law and daughter Mr and Mrs Wilson Harina and daughters at Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robertson spent the weekend with their son in law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Paul Richardson and children at Nacogdoches Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kaliner awl son of Nederland spent the! weekend with parents Mr anil' Mrs w I) Bagley Mr and Mr-: Billy Guirin and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

•14 The Cherokeean Motor Vehicle Property Tax Unchanged For 1960 Tax statements on sevt-ral thou- Reports earlier in the year hint sand motor vehicles in Cherokee ed at a reduction in the schedule County will probably be mailed by and there was some popular press- the end of September, alon? with ure to reduce them. But the sclicd- other 19GQ tax bills. Cars, trucks ule was sustained, when a report and other motor vehicles will be by Tax Assessor Collector Jiminie taxed according to the same sched- Cone showed that Cherokee County ule as last year. The county has assessments were about the same registered 14.218 motor vehicles, as for other counties, and when the but onlv those from 1955 1900 will county failed to produce a source Section 11 SEPTEMBER 22, 1960 Cherokee County Section * 1 * GENERAL NEWS CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS be taxed Month's Toll For County Is 18 Crashes i,i income to replace the proposed reduction. Schedule for taxation of the veh- icles is as follows: Light Cars...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

The Cherokeean ELIZA MUST DECIDE AMENDMENTS V PACE TWO SEPTEMBER 12. 1960 * £ DITORIALS ★ Constitufion Week This week i.- Constitution Wc-k. \W find the Constitution of these United Stat very much in need of being r mwTihcrcl ll'it rememberanc? alone i.s not •'iiouffh. It is good that the citizen know t"r.<■ doc ument wa5 drawn up by hi* foref;i (hers, 'hat it sets out justice for all under law, that it divides up powers of tb*.- republic and re- serves rights to individual .states. H'Jt 'hat h not enough. Every American citizen ought to know his country's constitution well enough to realize it when h is being profaned and love the old document enough that it will make him angry to see it treated so lightly. There is a fairly new breed of politician to whom the constitution is something to get *3^ so*'# State Issues Face Voters ar"und. It m betvvei«n them and tin- power th"'- hi ope to ho!} one day. Not one of then) ha. been hr.v.e enough to attack it outright, hut they i.bvert i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL • TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE 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 I WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motor® MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES Ml E. Rusk Phone *2* Id Auto Service 2-B LIVESTOCK GOING GOING ALMOST GONE! WILD TRADES ARE STILL BEING MADE BY LEEMAN ISAACS OWNER OF RUSK MOTOR SALES BUT HURRY New Models Come Out September 29th, All Remaining I960 FORDS WILL BE SOLD AT DEALER COST FIRST COME . . . FIRST SERVE Get A Big Trade For Your Old Car And Buy A New One At Dealer Cost. "WE FINANCE" RUSK MOTOR SALES Lceman Isaacs, owner Hiway 69 at "Y" Rusk, Texas 4. MERCHANDISE EAST TEXAS HEREFORD BREEI>- ERS FALL SALE Sixty two head registered polled and horned Herefords selling at auction. Wednesday. September 28, 1960, 1:00 p.m.. East Texas Fair Grounds, Tyler, Texas. For catalo- gue write J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

i .i «w linn* ITT~ ammum & r mm tu m■ RUSK OPEN ANYONE CAN WIN CAS WEEKLY PRIZES THIRD PRIZE SECOND PRIZE FIRST PRIZE ENTER our big foot you may win one of t THING TO BUY ... no your guesses with the ex your choice for the wi 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 DFAI.ER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK. TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY SCHOCHLER HARDWARE RUSK, TEXAS THE SMART SHOP LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH GREEN STAMPS ED STOVER CAFE HOME OF FINE FOODS" Southwestern Electric Service Company RUSK, TEXAS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long- Secty. RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP ASSOCIATION MOSELEY DRUG STORE RUSK Paint Center A lVlOOrc paints Next Door Post Office W. VV....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

ALTO VS HEMPHILL AT HEMPHILL FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! R o u r big football contest today; ay win one of the big prizes. NO- j TO BUY ... no obligation! Match uesses with the experts ... just mark hoice for the winners, NOT THE ES! BONUS PRIZES $ lOO $ >00 Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jack- sonville and Kilgore Football games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jacksonville and Kilgore Football games. i test... iloyees of this news- fir families. iy every week; prize on picking the most II be the winner. Do s weekly prize*. you must correctly Crockett and J'ville 00 Bonus, you must games. is Friday at 4 p.m. wing week. Enter as must be deposited at tusk and Alto. OINTS N ALTO '8 Drug Herald y Blank feasant London íur Springs koff r**e Stat* phill ( ) miitiiiiniHitiiMiiiiiiHmicniminiiujii IIZE ATTACH TV} RE DICTIONS OP' !;| RES BY Q' ART- ||| SCHJO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 September 1960

Braves Win Doubleheader From Boulter The Jacksonville Junior High Braves opened the season by win- ning a doubleheader from the Boulter Jr. High School of Tyler The Braves eighth graders won their game 26-6 and the ninth grad en took a 12-8 decision. The eighth graders were easy uctors over their Tyler opponents Mid Coaches Robert Radford and Gene Bates played all 47 members of the squad in the game. Halfback Jtmmy Caveness led the «coring erith two touchdown gallops Qu- arterback Richie Robertson and halfback Billy Bui lard also scored touchdowns for the Braves. Robertson and Lum Newburn car- ried the ball over an two of the point after tries. The ninth graders had a real battle in their game and the: Braves had to come from behind to win Anthony Martin scored the first touchdown in the second period on a four yard plunge Full back Martin t/xik the kiokoff at the beginning of the second half and galloped 65 yards fur the TD The Jr High Drill Team per formed riuring the halftime and...

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