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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

I THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 13, IWO Ponto Slates TB Skin Test October 18 Tuberculin skin tests will be given in Ponta at the Community Center Building Tuesday, October 18th at 7.00 p.m. Everyone is urged to attend and take the test, helping to wipe out this dreaded disease, said Mrs. Loyd F. Cox, publicity chairman. PACE THREE School News ... (Continued from Page two) Goose Mystery Stories. Stay tuned to this same station, XXX. every other year for another of the fam- ous Mother Goose Mystery Stories, when we again present one of the famous exciting dramas of my- stery. Be sure to buy the new pro- duct, "Beard Remover." today. Re- member, it's the gimick that gets the girls. 0 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow i> the only American whose bust if in Westminster Abbey in England How science speeds your convalescence Research has worked wonders in developing drugs which can short- en the period of recovery from certain ailments by days, weeks, even months. Your doctor's pre- scription can do m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN HOi FOUR OCTO t« 13, t«0 i irs. Theitna J<*oes, Volunteer Coordinator at the Rusk Sta.e Hospital, and Mth. Hilda McNutt, Tyler volunteer, hold up a cYavrintf of a proposed All-Faith ' hap I for the Ho-pit- al. They explain :! that th - chapel i.j oniy in the planning Htagc ! much more remains in he d<<rn- Ix-for * if can he- come a reality. They reveal -d the piar- at la.-/. week's volun- teer worker award.H pn mentation. Schco! Of Missions Set Next Week A! Rusk Churrh A school of Mission* is s'hcl ulfd to he conducted amour: the member church' ' of the Cherokee County Association of Baptist Fifth Grade Citizenship Club Meets The Fifth (.ra<li> Citizenship Club met Friday October 7th with presi dent Marilyn Spcnce presiding Th' treasurer reported a balance of S2 12 Don - .lone and Nancy Durham were appointed room checkers and Mina I; F.chols wan named libr.ir ian Frances liaison and Carolyn Greenwood were appointed to keep the library straight The follo...

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

_rr' jnt Iss lin Ith ps- Eagles Blast Troup For Second Victory of Year ON RELIGION THE OCTOBER 13, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE After being mauled thrice in -■accession, Rusk s Eagles rot on the long end of the core last Fri- day in a 33 0 triumph over Troup It was their second win of the sea- son and the last non-district con te>t of the warm-up schedule. The locals waited only six min- utes of playing time before putting together a drive that went half the distance of the field for their first >core. Jimmy Ramey, Eagle quart- erback, climaxed the drive with a on the next play connected with fiw yard jaunt for the score. Halfback Bobby Brooks for 23 In th three remaining minutes, yards and the touchdown ihe Eagles pounced upon a Tiyei fumble and were threatening from the 13. As the quarter opened, the Eagles were s'alled for two plays by penalty and a sharp-shooting Tiger who crashed to nip a wide play. Then, however, Ramey called for the opening of the aerial war and Gallatin P...

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

Rusk, Te*a THURSDAY A FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 A 14 LIKE A KINSEV REPORT — WALTER WIMCHELL 9QfE AUBI-iiffllE HBDOWS HOBHOBI' AM ALBCHT ZU«SMIT>-I PRODUCTION , MICXfY flMUQMESST • WK( CWS8Y ■ HfíBílTT NM9MU • COMN TWTTY- RWW '.PM .S .fPOCJnr • SMfllAM• fAffV«niSCM • lOjm Sí<efH PMKUIMJO* IRVING SHUl>IAN *«*«• «*C« í*At BFBT /UGSMItH NtlWI "i m COLOR CARTOON— "HOT ROD HUCKSTER" • COMEDY SATURDAY ONLY OCTOBER 15 FEATURE NO. I FEATURE NO 2 DISM ÍWUlMJfl Hrian Knth COLOR CARTOON — "MOUSE AND GARDEN' SATURDAY PREVUE 11:15 P. M. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 16, 17 smW>L HOMSUMr VENETIA STEVENSON JOHN MclNTIRF COLOR CARTOON "CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH" NEWS Tuotday and Wednesday OCTOBER 18, * 19 u.kw must wny míe?- COLOR CARTOON the true story ol ¡ girl on death row lorry Moore Debra 'FIDDLE FADDLE" COMEDY i , D,ICL pA|Lc j • FFAMember, AdvisorGo ToConvention ^ | JnCJ Johnny Gmham. son of Mr and venlion in Kansas City. Mo. While in Kansas City, Mrs Verdie Mat" Hanks Mrs Kcnrtrirk Fra7.fr a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

15 5* 5* 19* cher f f f Sí In & About Alto what Rusk Folks are doing Mrs. Ager Turner spent last week-end in Madkonville at the J. D. Spillars Jr. Ranch. She was joined there by Ager Turner, of Midway and their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bryant and children of Houston. Mrs. B. E. Halbert and Mrs. Tracy Pearman were Tyler visitors Monday. They also visited Mr. Lize Halbert who is a patient in Nan Travis Hospital at Jacksonville. Mr. Lloyd Davis, Virgil Schoeh- ler, Charles Dean Felder left for New Orleans where they will be employed for several weeks. Miss Henna Todd of Tyler, spent the weekend here with her par- ents. Women of St. Luke Meet In Guinn Home The Women of St. Luke's Episco- pal Church held its regular meet- ing at the home of its president, Mrs. M. M. Guinn Monday, October 3rd, 7:30 p.m. The meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Guinn. Dis- cussion followed on the C'onvocat- lonal Meeting of the Northeast Dis- trict which will be held in Long- Mew Mon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

vSjihv' m THE CHEROKEEAN PAM KWHT OCTOM If, !*• Methodist Activities Revealed Plans Outlined For P-TA ciode Gafden Halloween Carnival29th Club Monday ! Mrs. Ginii rtporUd th*t some ce*sful with pwinf flowers. One member* of Last year's sixth grade mentioned was Robert Kirk, son of Garden Club had been very sue- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Kirk. Activities scheduled next week Monday, 3 p m. at the home of Mrs inR. 7 30 pm at the chJxer. by the First Methodiat Church.,Ed Katcliif; Wesleyan Service Other coming events concerning Rev. Jewel McClure. pastor, have Guild. Tuesday, 7 pm. in Fellow The Rusk meeting last been announced as follows: Wo ship Hall of the church, and. Adult man s Society of Christian Service, Choir rehearsal Wednesday even- church members include a social . ,,, , , ante chairman, Mrs. Gloria Norton for the Karnest Workers Class this . , Weekend Specials MICHOLSON'C ■"food store BLUE PLATE Mayonnaise 291 39 MARKET SLICED BACON L B IMPERIAL SUGAR 101 $1 00 KIMBFLL Shortening...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

The Cherokeean Section Q OCTOBER 13, I960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS FOR SERVICE TO MENTALLY ILL Soil Bank Checks Are Fifty-Eight Volunteers Recognized By Hospital sent to 480 M I Checks totalling $310,241.57 were Fifty eight volunteer workers, Dr. Charles W. Castner, superint-1 workers were helping to make who have inore than 100 hours of helping make life more pleasant for mental patients at Rusk State Hospital, were recognized last Thursday. Among those honored were seven Rusk women and three from Jacksonville. The awards were presented by endent of the hospital, who said the volunteers were filling a press- ing need. "At one time, Hospitals didn't want any help," Dr. Cast- ner said. "They didn't want any- body around." Volunteer coordinator, M r s. Thelma Jones, added that t h e V • V Dr. C. W. Castner, Superintendent of the Rusk State Hospital, presentís Mrs. Mary Dickerson, volunteer worker from Lufkin, with a pin in recognition of he...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

I The Cherokeean .51/ AGE TWO OCTOBER 13, 1940 * E DITORIALS ★ How To Agitate If we were in tho Mfgh councils of a difutkl- ent minority, we would ordfir our group to dissent, growl, impugn, impeach, oppose, and say so many things ho many different ways, so as to make rebuttal an impossible job and t the same time leave th ■ impression tba' W3 are against everything bad. We would begin by being against every thing that smacks of bigotry. Then we would have a meeting of th': high council and we would resolve: we would unanimously go on record against the commura.st manifesto as an index of popular government and for the parliamentary .sys- tem with the minimum of va-ssalage and an optimum rnea.sur - of state sovereignty con- sistent w;th the contemporary rone -ption of a centra'Jy governed republic. We would proclaim thusly, because it sounds vaguely learm-d and nobody on main str«t would try to undo that mess of conon drum to so if it made sense. Moreover, w« would agre • informally...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

the be five íanu- fur- the and nafftr it the ict of h 0 any may new . hHngr pub- CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PUCE ... BUY ■ SELL ■ TRADE v ¡ mfMjls %-dS> ff wtvM* CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. 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 •t PRICES TO MAKB BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED EOT WITH LOTS OR USE LEFT. ALL OR OUR CARS NEED A NOME! WOULD YOU RROVIDE ON it McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES •01 E. Rink Phone lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of FIm Used Car* at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your R...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

Y I y RUSK m VS. GILMER AT Gil MER FRIDAY 8:00 P. M WM —111 FOOTSAL ANYONE CAN WIN CA: 2E3E. WEEKLY PRIZES PRI7S SECOND Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... ■MZ-. iiE r-- SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK & ALTO AREA RAMBLER DFA1.ER FOR ALL CHfcROKEE COUNTY PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SAH 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 THE SMART SHOP "LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN « BIG BOYS RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS MOSELEY DRUG STORE GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY CHAPMAN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS RUSK, TEXAS ZERO FOOD LOCKERS RUSK, TEXAS SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY RUSK, TEXAS CITIZE...

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

ALTO VS. TRINITY FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. ii CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! ITER our big football contest today; |>u may win one of the big prizes. NO- UNG TO BUY ... no obligation! Match ur guesses with the experts ... just mark lur choice for the winners, NOT THE :ORES! BONUS PRIZES $. i00 $. lOO 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. \ontest... employees of this news- |>r their families. away every week; priie person picking the most will be the winner. Do the weekly prizes. |500, you must correctly jsk. Crockett and J'ville I $50.00 Bonus, you must these games. les is Friday at 4 p.m. following week. Enter as lies must be deposited at ¡in Rusk and Alto. ELECTRIC iPANY ■y Blank 14 & 15 iderson ner h' y frigan ham til «ola litine |er Ire Oak I man eland | Texas...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

Bob Adamson Speaker For Turney HD Club Mrs. Grace Francis was hostess for the Turney Home Demonstra Uoo Club. Friday. October 7, at 2:00 P M Mrs C. S. Ousley, presi dent, presided at the meeting The club was opened with prayer by Mrs. L. H. N'ewburn and allegiance to the Flag was led by Mrs Grace Francis The roll wai called, each mem her answering with Family Eco- nomics Leaders The minutes were read and approved and a menu «M planned for the Ruely Day it the Community Center at fon ta Thursday, October 20 Mrs. L H. N'ewburn gave a re- port on the S t a t e Meeting at Brownsville. September 12, at which she was a delegate. Mr. Bob Adamson, speaker for the meeting, gave a very interest- ing talk on making wills. Coffee and pie were servrd to' the nine people attending: Mrs C. I S. Ousley, Mrs L. H. Newburn, Mrs Malone Vaughn. Mrs. Rula Martín, Mrs. Jettie Masters, Mrs L A. Bound, Sr. Mrs Henry Lacy, Mrs. Grace Francis and Mr Bob Adamson Mrs Henry I^cy will be hostess for the next mee...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches [CHEROKEE THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 13, 1960 PAGE SEVEN £AST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRitT James Batton, Pastor ... - bunday School—9:45 A.M. HornLig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship^-7:30 P.M first assembly of god 926 Washington Stre«t Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Horning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. W'MC—? 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. Trainmg Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wednesday Service—-8 P.M. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Austin Street Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—?:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 402 South Main Street Dr, Bradford Curry, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Train...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize 500 $ 00 Bonui Print if /on can cor- rectly gum the correct wore by quarter* of the Rusk, Alto, Jacksonville and Kil(j«re Football Games. "INDIAN" Lineman Of The Week Official Entry Blank PETE LAMMONS, end played an outstanding defen- sive game against Kilgore, and caught a pass for one of Jackson- ville's Ihree touchdowns against number one rated Kilgore Bull- i dogs. 1 Jacksonville ?. RuAk 3. Alto 4. Groveton 5. Elkhort 6. Grapeland 7. Glac'cwater 8. Nacogdoches 9. Carthage 10 New London 11. Troup 12. Dallas (NFL) 13. Sam Houston 14 S, F. Austin 15. Tyler Jr. Col. 16. Texas A.AW. I/. Arkansas 18. Baylor 19. Rice 20. Oklahoma Jacksonville NAME ADDRESS ( Henderson Gilmer Trinity Corrigan Wortham Diboll Miri'joU Palestine C enter White Oak Quitman C levr land East Texas S. W. Texas Kilgore Jr. Col. T. C. U Texas Texas Tech S M.U. Kansas TIE BREAKER ( ) Henderson ( CONTEST RULES ANYONE CAN ENTER EXCEPT employees of Whitehead En- terprises. THREE CASH PRIZES ar...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

§ s II II STREET BEAT The nfewest addition to the tro- phy room at Jacksonville High School is the ball used in the Kil- gore game. Plans are for all of the Indians to autograph the ball used in the big victory . . . The Board of Directors of the Jackson- ville Chamber of Commerce will meet on October 19 at 12:00 noon at Sadler's Restaurant .... "Facts, Manners, and Skills," a special grocery empioyees' train-: ing course will be held in Jackson-' ville, beginning October 31. If you are interested in this one week course contact the Chamber of Commerce office, phone 8828 . . . It was tough on Papa—Jim Heil- msn. While officiating at a local High School B team football game last week he watched his own son Jay run 65 yards for a touchdown j that had to be called back because! of a penalty LARRY GAGE, former editor of the Star Journal, was married to Miss Mary Angelene Smith of Gold thwaite, Texas on October 1. The Gages will make their home in Brownwood . . . MIKE QUINN, Jr., a repor...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE two october 13. 1960 Food Sense—Not Nonsense Why Pretend about Protection? You would not dream of scttinc out for work or school without «hoes on your fwt. a dime in your pookrt Yet, many people neglect to fortify them*elve* with another eswntial ... a good breakfast Without thi* protection, one n no more ready for tho day ahead than wan the legendary emperor who wa* «old a hill of good* hy two Mioundrel weavers The weaver promised the emperor the rtW'Ht beautiful robe* in the world By pausing the word alón:' that stupid men and those unfit for offire could riot the r^Un thó rauca In were able to collect their feo without delivering the goods When the emperor ap peared in th" royal process ion, only one small (>oy had the n.iir age to nay. "Why. he doenn t have anv doth'-* on' this V. hen men «nd women, girl and boy «te h good breakfast .ill were quicker in their rear lion - both physical and mental -turned out more v/ork, were letter at Karnes, and v/eri" act...

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

11 I It !• I WE SALUTE THE 1960 INDIANS On Their Outstanding Record For This Year 5 BIG VICTORIES NO DEFEATS WED* *G # • p <a if I @h i «► ■* B lag? 1960 Jacksonville "Indian" Football Squad *S . 'f IN TEXAS The Finest Jacksonville Team Since 1951 JOIN US AT THE FRIDAY NIGHT - 7:30 P. M. I the JACKSONVILLE INDIANS Vs. the HENDERSON LIONS Tipton Drug Store 101 H. Bolton Phono 8068 Texas Bank and Trust Co. 301 E. Commerce Phono 2231 F. B. (Dick) Elliott Texaco Distributor Ron Harrison, Agent Rod Ball Motor Freight Co. W. E. Pierce Lumber Co. Marja Brassiere Co. 210 E. Commerce Phono 2516 Jacksonville Insurance Agency First Nafl Bank Bld0. Phono 9414 Bill Trantham Humble Service Station Bearden Furniture Co. Inc. 302 E. Commerce Groom Furniture 597 S. Ragsdale Phono 6111 Phono 2538 440 S. Jackson Phone 8648 First Nat'l Bank Bid . Raymond West Insurance Agency Phono 9116 SummoHlold Rd. Phono 7175 Rountree's Produce Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables Smith Welding Co. Trior Highway Phono...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

II i r f Rusk Hi School News THE FIRST ll/l'CHDOWN- Kobl>y Kobbin.H crushes through the Kil^on- (Infernos to «coif 'lit- Indians first touch- down in their 22-10 victory over th" MulliiojfH last vvc k, Maydelle News BY MRS MINNIE CONNER The Lloyd family had their an Klla Ferguson Saturday afternoon nual reunion Sunday OcIoIht 2 It is reported here that Mrs at Oakland Chun h. We thank Rev Mildred Bolton of onville U<> Griffith and the church for underpinmajor surc-ry this giving us their lime There were 50 present Those last reunion were John Francis and Mesdames Kate and Mrs George morning Mildred i ■. a native of M.r.delle VVe hope her i sureevs ful operation Mr and Mrs Fusion lacket and Sherman Mr children of Troup visf|£d tier Scoggin, Mrs mother, Mrs Stella MasscU Sun who died .■.met Frank I'ryor Filen Warren Alex Power of Houston visited Mrs day Mr !,<•.ter I5iiis;haui of Dallas mted his parents Mr and Mrs I A f'.mgham over the weekend Mr and Mrs i'ny Pete Johnston ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

3W ( t! hca lith sho Irfer |er t SU :he )ER /Hl< ^PPL . Ac tret tl |tti« ( eludii tleul. TM |NCC- pr voll I te di (am riiN- Alto's Aerial War Clicks As Jackets Dump Elkhart The Alto Yellowjackets kept a clean record last Friday as they THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP rolled over Elkhart 3614 behind back Dickey McGaughey and the the aerial maneuvers of Quarter- churning ball carrying Halfback I kiijy Burt. It was the second conference win for the Jackets and the sec- ond loss for the Elks. FLkhart threw up their strongest defensive effort of the season, but it was short of tfiat necessary to contain the season-long rampage Jacksonville's Indians and Alto's Yellow Jackets continue on their; of the Jackets. winning ways and are both among the top teams in the state in their McGaughey sent the Alto eleven respective classes. The two teams have earned the county more foot- ¡nt0 the air 11 times during the ball publicity than this county has ever received evening, completing six passes for...

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

WINNING TEAM—(Ix;ft to right) Harriet I'otrio, (Jerry Haber! -, A. S. Hudspeth, Richie Robertson, I) wayne F« Ht -r. (ieorjfe .J'ickson Jr., and Clifford Moseley, members of the Jacksonville Volunteer Fir> Department h he winning team anionic never) fin- depart- ment t. am« that took part in a pumper hook-up race at the East Texa-s Finn an Associa- tion meeting in Athona Sunday. Tickcts On Sale For Episcopal Turkey Dinner Mrs Frank Spearcy was hostess to the women of Trinity Episcopal C'hurrh, Monday evening, October as® PALACE Jacksonville, Ttxa Thursday Oct 13 Friday Alio RACCOON tUUlM 10, at 7 30 I'M Although the well home on the Tyler Highway attended affair was a regular bus i Mrs Dean Forrest, president, led ness meeting, there was a party the discussion of Fall projects, the atmosphere in the Spearcys lovely chief project being the Annual Benefit Dinner to be held at the Church Parish Hall, November 10 Dinner will he served between <3:00 and 8 30 I' M Tickets available ...

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