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

P-TA Meeting Sef For Thursday At 7:30 PM mm H Parents, teachers and friends are reminded that Thursday, October 6th is the second meeting of the current year for the Husk P-TA. Mrs. Paul Cox, president, will preside when the session convenes at 7:30 p.m. in the Junior High ( afetorium. All persons are reminded that the membership drive is currently underway, and funds derived from membership dues help the organiz- ation do more for the school sys- tem. A report of plans for the Hall- oween Carnival October 29th will be made at Thursday's meeting. Mothers of youngsters will have baby sitter service provided at the meeting. Refreshments are to be served by the hospitality committee. "Our first meeting was well at- tended, and we hope that such in- terest continues throughout the year." commented Mrs. Cox. A film, "Discipline During Adol- escence" will be shown for the evening's program. -O Mother Of Mrs. Thomas j Passes Away Funeral services for Mrs. Geneva Hedricks, 81, of Tyler were...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN errant me SDA Plans October 1 Visitor Day October 1 is the annual viaitort' way, Tommy. Ronny and Nancy and father of Tom Carter to the Ruak congregation -O- day at the Rusk Seventh-Day Ad Kimbrow, Claudia Sanders. Marg ventist Church. A special program aret and Sylvia Sanders. Program Carter families leave shortly for and sermon art being planned for' was under the direction of club Europe former members, friends and the1 director Edwin Sanders. Art work general public who care to ,t- °f Cecil Chase was featured, also tend. Pastor Tom Carter will be Sunday night studies in Daniel the speaker. and Revelation continue Wednes- On October 8 there will be no night meetings are devoted to services in Rusk as all expect to Bible marking Next Sunday rii/ht attend the Salmon Adventist Daniel 12 will be studied Church for a district rally and the I-ast Sept 17 Pastor Lewis of the dedication of the new church build Ilihle Department of Southwestern ing there Ben Leach, presiden...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

■ The Cherokeean Section II OCTOBER 6. 1960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS LOYALTY NOT WICKED NATIONALISM Congressman Urges Pupils In the- clays \vh n it is a "poli- tical ¡¡¡anility to he a patriot,' John Dowdy, Cotiérosí'.rnan from t h e Si-ven! h Congressional District, ur^'efl hi'sh sch i 1 ptigfils to devote «orne of their tin" their* form o! .'.eiver líe called upon stand up a¡i ! dee" in fayor of a tree peeial!' nov when soni'. si of scjciety are calling love try "wicked nationalism^ Dowdy, who is alarmed at the ernwing conspiracy to enlist young " to defrhdin,; "merit thi1 stu'li nts tu I art themse! •, " ''.'cmment, e>- vnents sown "Cjpniinunist fmnt groups, beat- ni'.;-- and e:'r:heads, nro cornier ing campaigns wf denunciation of loy- ally, . nd particr.t e. :y ai ainst the , lit; oath, r.io.v'ly said. They are r.ne-t frequently en- <•- ur.-'er I in the I', v League col le.es and sometimes on the West (.'nasi The Congressman Mi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

if The Cherokeean FREEDOM OR ^AVERY Candidate Declared... PAM TWO OCTOSM *. I HO THE CHOICE IS YOURS ★ EDITORIALS + Shivers and Opportunism It wu an unconventional plate that for- mer governor Allan Shiver picked from the political smorgasborg in his talk laat Thurs- day, but he expressed the sentiments of a lot of Texans. Hs eclectic course leads considerably to the right of the 1960 ttemocratic party's ob- jectives, and it unalterably denounces the Democratic platform and candidate . Mr. Shivers aligned himself and his Demócrata for (Nixon and Lodge with the platform adopted by the Democratic Party of Texas in September. That platform, Mr. Shivers said, "was for everything the national platform was against, and against everything the national platfortm was for." AjkJ it repudiates the Democratic candidates, he said. The former governor—whether every- one will agree with his caricature treattment of the national platform or not—has done the Htate a service by spoUighting the two pa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE • • BUY ■ SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE RUSK MOTOR SALES Has A Big Selection Of USED CARS After the "Selling Spree" Of New Cars During September Leeman Isaacs Must Move These Cars Fast So He Can Begin Making Trade On The 1961 Fords Now Is The Time To Buy A Used Car "All Reasonable Offers Will Be Accepted" ONLY ONE 1960 FORD LEFT! Leeman Isaacs must sell this beautiful air conditioned Station wagon this week. Come out! Make Leeman an offer. RUSK MOTOR SALES HIWAY 69 RUSK, TEXAS SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USfi LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NECD A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES 801 E. Rusk Phone 629t lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection #( Fine Used Car* at Bargain Pricas J. C. WILLIAMS Your Ramblar Daaler Rusk TRACTOR and brush cutter H. 0. Riddle, Rt. 2, Rusk. 2-t-p-15 2b Equipment Wanted...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

/ y ^ t' * X*' V J ,-"" > '' '; ''•"•> V tt ' ^ á VJJW m i fx¡ fc v / •'. Hmi RUSK TROUP Al fcUSK FRIDAY 8.00 P.M. r "V Vv* Í '<* §1 fJ t¡W i ¡-- a ¿S&LA f® Fx í!V " , *■*% -A i;,.:.; ¿ ' . ..4 '"Y, '. f' 4 to p 4 Vféf 1$ *#j 'x l ffl ti', ¡y ¿á 95B ,*A T" R9 waAsmmSkBS EH HMH ■** Wf fea ^ tos w* &? orns7C%rc'<? avwenewxaw WEEKL XK" XSSSUSm SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE FIRST PRIZE Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... f. 1 SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER POR RUSK A ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE COMPANY V. J. Long, Secty. RUSK, TEXAS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK. TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY SCHOCHLER HARDWARE RUSK, TEXAS ED STOVER CAFE HOME OF FINE FOODS" CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP ASSOCIATION MOSELEY DRUG STORE THE SMART SHOP l ADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP' WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

W-J llíl ALTO VS. ELKHART AT ELKHART FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. Ffh n ^ 4® B" ri Mif'i /v -.'i [?'. 1 m-yi 8^ Í¿stkí' t"1 '* v \ ¡'¿'á iba ! ft y Siiy/ikji !áf li 2±M Ésiá ¡¡¿¡J 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 iOO $ 00 Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, Jack- sonville and Kilgore Football games. ntest... mployees of this news- their families. way every week; priie irson picking the most «ill be the winner. Do Hie weekly prizes. 5, you must correctly (, Crockett and J'ville >0.00 Bonus, you mus se games. is Friday at 4 p.m. lowing week. Enter as s must be deposited at Rusk and Alto. POINTS IN ALTO J's Drug Herald y Blank s Tech home ier Jr. College ir Tech ird Payne ( ) uiimiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiioi IIZE ATTACH TO RE DICTIONS OF RES BY QUART- SCHOOL FOOT- HE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Forest News A. L. O DOM Mr. and Mrs. L Dodoon of Tullo* La. spent Friday with Mrs C A Odom and family. Mr and Mrs Vernon Pugh of McAllen visited awhile Friday with her parents. Mr and Mrs Jim Bailey then went on to visit his father who is ill in Jackson ville Hospital Mr. and Mrs R F Harrison and daughter. Mrs Neal N'ewUnd were business visitors in Rusk Friday. Mrs Jeff Burke was in Jackson Mile Monday to be with her par- ent*. Mr and Mrs Griffin who arc both ill her mother had surgery Monday Mr and Mrs Vernon I'ugh of McAllen returned home Saturday afternoon her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Bailey went as far as Diboll and spent the weekend with her borther, Duren Bobbitt and family Mrs Ethel Newland arid father, R. F. Harrison were visitors iri Rusk Saturday Mrs Charlie Jones of I.ufkm is visiting with her daughter, Mrs .Jack Byers and family. Mr and Mrs <' C Ivie Sr are visiting their daughter, Mrs Hill Uallew in San Antonio. Mrs Joe Moake and Susan of Nacogdoches visited her fami...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7:30 CAST SIDE ASSEMBLY Of* GOO James Bat ton, Pastor fcunday School—9:45 AJL Monujg Worship—11 A.M. SvenMig Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF OOO 926 Washington Stroot Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 AJÍ. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—-*fc30 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. Training Union—6:30 P.M Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wed. Monjúíg Worship—11 A M Wednesday Service—8 P.M BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Austin Stroot Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. NORTHSIDE CHU*CH OF CHRIST NEW SUMMERFIELD 411 East Commerce Street FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harold Spurlock, evangelist Rev. Gordon Renshaw, Pastor Time of services: Sunday School—10 A.M. Sunday morning Bible Class ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

■ fe*; I $ reí 4i5' Prize c PLAT FO Bonus ño' i Pr if t,y «&•' tti INDIAN' Back Of The Week FRANK PEACOCK Junior f u!'har.I< W.v. movod into the starting lino up for )h<s list two garner /in<J in tprte of hi*, small '.iie has mov- ed the ball well During the Ind i*nt touchdown drives against Cor-,ican he made several ñire guins. i BEFORE THE GAME OR AFTER MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT SADLER'S RESTAURANT FAMOUS FOR DELICIOUS FOODS CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN - MEXICAN FOODS SALADS SHORT ORDERS COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE LETTERPRESS - OFFSET BUSINESS ( AMIS STATIONKKY OFFICIO FORMS FOLDERS MENUS WEDKING A-ÍNOUNCKMBNTS KIELY PRINTING CO. 104 S. MAIN JACKSONVILLE INVEST YOUR SAVINGS WITH .. . The Highest Scoring Team Let Your Savings Work For You Where They Will Earn Our High Dividend Rate. CURRENT RATE 4'/A PER ANNUM Jacksonville Building & Loan Association íi%¡ Entry i&f * 'if: by qu.irtfrrs of Iho i.k, Alto, Ji < '* .onville j n d Kilo ore Football ¡ \H 7. Ru...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

STREET BEAT Ray Norwood and Preston Kobitz at Penney's report that a great many people are making applicat- ions l'or their new credit accounts Ray Kin.\ after seeing Kilgore play Huntsville last week is con- vinced that the Indian- have a good chance of upsetting the Bull- dogs this week . Vaeop Pavletich it still trying to work out a loud speaker system for u.se in the City Council Meet- ings The council agrees that such ■i system is needed by City Man- ner Walter Cook and Council- man F. A. Shinalt . The Jack- sonville Rotary Club watched the film of the Southwest Conference Football highlights at their meet- ing last Friday . . Jacksonville citizens owe the numbers of the Tyler Police De- partment a vote of thanks for tak- ing over the duties of the local department so that local policemen could attend the funeral of Chief of Police, Sunday . . . Tickets for the Kilgore-Jackson- ville game are on sale at Seay's Pharmacy'. Sadler's Restaurant, Wood Drug, and May Drug . . . Jackso...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Indians Down Corsicana 14-0 In Homecoming Tilt The Jadnooville ladiABJ com Dixie Cray, «11 named ¡ ton Tiger halfb*ck, did a tremend put on a flaahy 0Mensrve attack u On defense the Indians again Gam tuned their usual strong defeat Miaa Cray was escorted to the 0<u kicking job for them and kept well as put up a stout defense In put up that tremendous defense Jacksonville THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO OCTOetR 4. 1H0 At A GIanca Corsicana jve play with surprising offense to center of the field as the JHS band the Indians from entering Conic defeat a stout Corsicana team 14-0 played Le< Me Call You Sweet ana territory until the first play in in the JUS homecoming game at heart " Eton Sadler of the Jack the second half The Indians be-gan the Tomato Bow! Friday night. The tonville (quarterback Club, pre their long drive in the cloaing mm India are undefeated in four ^fited the sweetheart with a giant 'Jtfi of the first half on th^ir own games this season and as yet they bouquet of gold c...

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

Gladewater Loses To Hurst-Euless *. 1 HO GLADEWATER—The Hurst-Eu- les Raiders defeated the Glade-1 water Bears, 22-0, in a non-con.£pr- ence battle. The Raiders scored in every period except the fourth F'or the Raiders, Freddie Pietzch scored two touchdowns and picked up two extra points. On his first score he went around right end for two yards. The extra point try- was no good. His next score came on a 21-yard dash up the middle. Palestine Crushes Athens 42-0 ATHENS—The Palestine Wild- cats tallied three times in the final period to pulverize the Athens Hornets here Friday night, 42-0. Halfback Jerry Graves burst over right tackle and sprinted 60 yards to score the game's first quarter touchdown. Another 60-yarder in the second quarter, this time with Halfback James Botary carrying an intercepted pass, gave the visitors a 14-0 halftime advantage. The Wildcats made it 21-0 after three quarters on Quarterback Donnie Craft's five-yard roll-out. Then the roof caved in on the Hornets. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 6, I960 m i run-off e I cot i on h for claws officers were FA <f"i an preHiilenrts of the three classes Jertv Ham mona, junior clans, and Jim J H. S. GLASS I'KESIDKrNTS- -Klectio:, completed at Jacksonville Hitfh School Tues'la were: (loft to right) John Jolly, sophomore c ;is Boyd, h nior clans. Williom K. Peace Appointed Acting State Librarian Deer Tags Required If you hunt dwr you must have deer tags, even though you are en titled to exemption This is the warning of the fiscal director of the Game and Fish Commission, whose job it is to provide hunting and fishim; lie*n.ies For persons entitled to an ex emption, the license is required only if you hunt deer or turkey The exempt license is not required for other types of fame The following are exempt from buying a hunting license If you hunt entirely within your own county (except for deer and turk ><y>, if you are over 65 or under 17 years of asfe If v' u qualify for hunting without a ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

)jei 4th, INDIANS... (Continued from Page 1) ,,t year. Tackle Vance Mitchell. 21) pounds, and guard Thomas Key>. 160 pounds, are rated as the stroll",est of some top notch line- men in the Bulldog camp The Indians coacMed by Dick Sheffield have proven to be one of the strongest defensive teams in Kast Texas and have not allowed their goal line to be crossed in tour carnes. The comment of many fans that have seen the Indians play this year is, "they are a well ..■oached team and have that desire to win." The Indians' A squad is made up of seven lettermen, five reseñe lettermen, 10 members of last year's Hatchet gang, and three sophomores who played with the uiwor lutih team last year Coach Sheffield has been playing two units, one on defense and one offensive throughout the sea- son. He will probably start the same two units in the Kilgore -ame that he used against Corsie- ana last week. On offense will be: Sammy Chandler and Clayton Fon- tenot at ends; Neil Quillin and I.arry Lak...

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

TUP rHFROlí FF AM cau e oí an old Egyptian bell®/ PAOS SIX 1MtL-"C'KUISk L 11 OCTOBER 6. I960 that a n,rvc ron from that finge, i federacy. to the heart My 4. 1607 wa.i the date of the INTERESTING FACTS Montgomery, Alabama was the Wedding rings are placed on the f)r , ^rman^nt Kngli.ih settlemen firjt ra pi tal of the Southern Con third finger of the left hand be m North America Anyone who hasn't tasted Dr Pepper, please step to the head of the line ¿¿PRICE SALE MORE THAN REFRESHING Pmrhapd — permh i >>*• f l.f diacovered l)r l'i>pp«T if ■ >, tag" of tin* ftp 'ml offi-r t( ■ KncaUM! you'll diwovi-r li Popper in not jiihI .hio'Ii.t different, with n bright, frn Try f)r l'epp r noon j•:i t you ntill haven't hi Ik.j.i- you'll take advan- fir:' i luirii i" you get. ,il ri <r>- lliiin refrc«hing Dr i-.il drink. It' delightfully , completely its own. SPECIAL OFFER! GET ONE CARTON OF DR PEPPER AT PRICE WITH EACH 6'/, OZ. CARTON fOU BUYI This special offer for a limited ti...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

Spark Of 'American Dream' Within Every Boy and Girl "■m | By Dr. George Beneon President—Netlonel Education Program "The American Droam" is a phrase constantly used by orators and writers. What does it really mean? It is the dream that inspir- ed the founding families to give up the security of their lives in Europe and come across the for- bidding Atlantic to a wilderness world—in the Mayflower and oth- er ships—seeking . . . seeking what? Freedom and the opport- unities that go with it. "The American Droam" means WOW ! THAT'S A R£AL POWER HOUSE / That FIRE-CHIEF emergency power does it! Gives your car, truck and tractor lively power and pep ivery time you call for it And you'll save, too - because FIRE-CHIEF sells at regular gasoline prices! For TEXACO FIRE-CHIEF gasoline... Csll us today f Any Texaco Station Let Us "POWER Your Farm with TEXACO PRODUCTS the dream, and the challenge of widening opportunity, which in- spired the covered-wagon pioneers to head out westward across the...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 6 October 1960

PAGE EIGHT THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 4, 1960 Storage Battery Mighty Important To Sportsmen Methodists Plan Rallies In Houston, Tyler Central Baptist Circles FOREST NEWS win Ti <1 ist Evanj. Beall ;> h meetin; MTit by A. L. Flarr ODOM & Mr Neal Nfon Lufkin (vie >( I) I hi VI r - brother (. >ie awhile Clyde J. Sherman Dies From Shot Gun V/ound Jew 3 the •1 She: Jack- -:un she t*T 29. i< rvices v. eri nan 32 inville, wound im a By Vera Sjnford Reeoming more and more portant to the outboard motor u-e is the storage battery. This is true for several reasons but mainly because more than one ,(.f. statlon atlpnfjant inspPCt a w„r,h third of the outboard motors now baiter, or a boa owner the bis ner think to riñe battery time to have it r< the filling station man el when the motorist drives in ins a boat In fart w< to bis or does leek it trailer vet to Mil •he- CO'>CH CIRCLE ted OÍ 803 Texas, Thurs- ¡tor! being sold are electric starting Although marine batteries ar...

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

of M H. C. PUD- ar Microfilm Service li galea P O Box 8UG6 fx# (Round . . . Town (Roundabout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering 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, 18±7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy CITY PARKING, which almost got to issue proportions Tuesday, VOLUME 113 appears headed for an amicable settlement. As it turned out, every- body was on the same side, as far as objectives are concerned. OCTOBER 13, I960 26 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 17 BUSINESS PEOPLE of the tcwn hurriedly mobilized to protest the lengths to which «he parallel park- ing was going. Their argument was simply that the town had to have healthy businesses end that the businesses had to have customers. CUSTOMERS, IN TURN, have to have a place to park their cars. WHILE THE CITY wishes that this appeal had been made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PMC TWO OCTOM • 11. 1W Eagles Echo EAGLES ECHO Editor in-chicf Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation M*r. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Jauis Sponsor Editorial — By Mary Maitlartd Some people Ix-lievt- they < an get everything for nothing They accept gifts and favor-, while they neither give nor hHp Th<-> pride themselves at being rough and bulb' Why do they behave that way1 Very often because they were spoiled l!nwis« parents brought them up too leniently and gave thern all they wanted without ask- ing in return for respect, good temper, >rid good work Such mistakes were made out of love Vet they i¡r<- al way-, danger ous. To spo¡| ■' child, or an adult, is to render them the worst of serwees In the Ion:: run •.«•limb ness and lark of courtesy do not pay They discredit j man You tolerated, on th«- part ol someone you loved, an offensive behavior because your affection was so...

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