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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

New Officers & Members For Future Homemakers Monday night, Oct> ber 10, I960 7 30 P.M. the local Jackson- ...lie Chapter of the Future Home- akers of America had its first ub meeting of the 19(iWl year, first on the program was in- ,!.llation of new officer by Yvon- ■ Amick, past president They are , .^presidents, Fran 15 far den and .lane Gibson; first vice president, Marinell Mason; second vice-presi- dent, Sue Commons; third vice- resident, Sharon Masters; fourth N.'V. on the program was a dis- cussion ( f the socials for the com- ing year They voted on and accept- ed the Christmas Party. Sweetheart Banquet, Western Day, and West- ern parts Mrs Ridgeway, from Tyler, re- presentative of Stanley Products alked to the girls about taking the selling of Stanley Products as one of their money making pro ects for the year. The Future Benny Williford Of Dallas, Texas Funeral sendees for Benny Eliza- :a> president, Mary Ann Lynoh:. [omemakers accepted this and set i.t'th vice pr...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 13. I960 There's Fire Prevention in the Air Stewardship Cultivation Emphasized The Stewardship Cultivation pro- ing drive; rather it is a study in ures to every member of the gram was featured on Church Nite, stewardship and a challenge to self church riot present Wednesday October 5th, at the First Methodist evaluation and self committment night Church. Jacksonville, Texas. Mr The plans call for a stewardship All the brochures are to be re Jack Osborne, chairman of the loc emphasis in the church school turned to the church, Sunday al committee for the Texas Meth classes during October and a stew morning, November 13th and plac odist Stewardship Program, pre ardship revival in the church, Nov- <'d on the altar as an act of dedic sented the plans of the church ember 613. ation. for Stewardship cultivation. Paul Dublin presented the self- Dr. Harry Denman, the chairman He stated that the program itself committment brochure, My Re- of the General Boar...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

entral Baptist Circles Q^mlSher SAUNDERS CIRCLE Class Installed LOCKARD CIRCLE ^Irs H. H. Parker will serve as Mrs. DeWayne Foster, Route 1, Mrs. George Peterson installed ¿tess for the Lockard Circle, Jacksonville, Texas, will serve as ,he officers of the Queen Esther luday afternoon. October 17, at hostesss for the Mission Study of Class of Bea11 Chapel Baptist p M Mrs. Parker resides at the Saunders Circle of the Central (^hun'h the h°m° °f Mrs C 0 rim ur.f( nu • Permenter, 512 Dallas Street, Tues- Elm Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, (1ay evening, October 4. October 18, at 9:30 P. M. In an impressive ceremony en- DITSWORTH CIRCLE titled, "The Knots of Love," Mrs. The Mary Alice Ditsworth Circle WATSON CIRCLE Peterson challenged the officers to the Central Baptist Church will ^ lla2cl Watson rir , f . he different types of knots in the bet in the home of Mrs. Percy , ... rope of God's love. Ill, 518 Cherokee Street, Monday r u"U'r.1 s 'ss'onar>' Union of the Mrs. D. F. Gilbert...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 13 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 13. !M0 PAGE 10 Fire Destroys Godsey House Saturday A lire of undermined origin former owner Mrs Addie Codsey big frame house was completely completely destroyed the old Cod in 1959 sey Home on Myrtle Drive, Satur The fir^ was reported ^hortl> day night Tlie bouse was com- after 11:00 P.M. by Mrv M a r > pletely furnished but had been Wade, a daughter of the late Mrs unoccupied *ince the death of the Godsey, who lived near by I he üoes your vault hold "buried treasure"? II you've buncd youf ouf- modeJ diamond nngi ot pins in your víuIi or j<nrel hot. . . let u ten ore ihern to rrii£inl life in' In one o I our imarr new i*trin£i, yout i ream red ferrn *ill loolt modern tnH /jihionihle . . . bring yog new pleuure, new compliments. •trout m'rowt (boon from out uide, mod t'alely priítJ Itlrtiion Or tut■ lom tkmhn will bt lubmiiltd utlhoml obltftlwi Sow if, a nice time to plan to remount your diamond.1! for ('hrifitmiw i/iftn. Mountings Priced from LANG'S ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

'Round . . . Town ty'dit fhiunda&aut COUNTYWIDE | NEWS COVERAGE Combining tH« n«w g«tK rlng facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville igwKlM in (ht most completa local new 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 Mii-vr(i'rti Séwicé & 9A . ■ ,1 „ n .ti cot 10« per Copy POLITICAL sensibilities here- about* were quickened Tuesday VOLUME 113 with two strong doses of political medicine. OCTOBER 20, I960 20 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 16 SENATOR RALPH Yarbrough and Senate Candidate John Tow- er were both in town, and each had his own prescription which he gave to his partisans. SEN. YARBROUGH prescribed more government help and Mr. Tower said he believed in less cen- tral government. Campaigners Talk Tough For Area Partisans ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ THAT THEIR trails crossed here was coincidence. They were- n't in town at the same time. Tower was campaigning for him- s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

JI&l * THE CHEROKEEAN PAOS TWO OCTOBER 20, 1M« éaglésTcITo EAGLES ECHO Editar-in-cbief Assistant Editor Badness Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Featare Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Jauta Sponsor STAFF 1960-19*1 Linda Watson Mary Maitland Judy Bank* Leonard Berry David Black hobby Jimmy Harney Sonja Wilwox, Brent Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Mr* I> wm McCarroll Snooper Judy Duncan, don't you know that cars weren't made to play with? Fred Lunsiord, what is there at Perry Brothers that attracts you' We are sure it's not the toys' The Lanier's phone hill seems to be extra high Could it lx- because of the many long distance calls to Jacksonville that Jimmy makes to his steady girlfriend, Vicky Young1 Why don't some of you girls get busy'' Jerry Mayes is available and good looking, too' Susanne Holcome, a sixth grad Editorial... By Dan Cook I was thinking the other day about the days I've spent in school When you are a Freshman, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

I I m ft. I I i School News .. . (Continued from Pag« 2) down your le?. Is this correct? David Westbrook, where in the world did you get that weird laugh??? Laquita Bobbitt and Betty Gen- try had a wonderful time Thurs- day night What did vou girls do?? Joyce Hudson reported thai Danny Willis, who lias been in the hospital, is now at home und doing fine. Lynda Dossett is one eirl who always reports a wonderful week- end Who was that cute boy you were with Saturday, Lynda??? Darlene Whiteside* makes it a point to sit by Chirles Echols on the school htis every morning. Won- der why??? Ricky Scott is one very cute boy and seems to be free. Okay, girls!!! Qui'e a few people are a little peeved at a certain little Fresh- man girl, whose initials are B. C. They request that she watch her step just a little Buzzy Braswell looked awfully lonesome in the show Friday night. Could it be that Lynda Black was in Gilmer? Anita Shuptrine, who was the boy you were so thrilled to get a letter from? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR OCTOBER 20, 1940 % Carters To Sorority Pledge Tea Held Visit Holy Land Soon Tom Carter, pasU r of the local Seventh Oay Adventist Church arid his wife were to leave Wed- nesday, October 19 for the Holy l*and The Carters were leaving from Houston on Ki.M Royal Dutch Airlines. They planned brie " stops at Lon- don. Paris, Istanbul, Cairo, and Rome, as they go and come from the Holy Land. I flares they will visit while in ; Palestine will include Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, Bethany, Cap- ' erneum, Jerieo, Nazareth and Installer Darleen Cotton, r#iht hands the tfavel of office to new Future Homemaker president, Joyce Roger* I Damascus The installation of officers was held at Rusk High Schoo Tu «day morning. Other new officers are Diana Burton, | The Carters will be traveling vice president; Shelta Norton, secr i&ry; Diann Ranks, troa surer; Lila Jean Ixm#, reporter; Brenda liendrick, «on# with Pastor Carter's parents, Mr leader; Mary Morrow, pianist; Susan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

• SPECIALS • THURS., FRI., & SAT., OCTOBER 20- 21-2? MARSHALL Laying Pellets 18%—100 lb. Print bag 3.98 SWEET SIXTEEN Dairy Feed 14%—100 lb. Print bag 3.09 WHOLE Maize 100 lb. bag 2.20 CLAYTON'S Hog Grower 100 lb. bag 3.49 Clayton's Mineral Mix Your cattle need this product now. It contain a variety of proteins, Salt, Vitamin A, Nine minerals and Aureomycin. Our price is $3.85 per 100 lb. bag. Give it a trial. Gross Hay and Alfalfa We have both in stock at all times. Book Your Range Checkers Now! We only have a few days left in which to book your fall and winter needs of Range cubes. Book now and save 25c to 50c per bag. Don't delay—act today. Clayton's Calf Fattener Feeds A lot of people are putting a calf or two on feed for theh" own use and several are feeding calves in the dry lot for the market. We are enjoying a nice business witii them on Clayton's Calf Fattener No. 1 and Clayton Calf Fattener No. 2. Clayton's Calf Fattener No. 1 is fed for the first 60 days. It sells at ...

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

. . w '■■■ w**-. ? BTS I I THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 20, 1960 PACE SIX Participates In Korean Exercise 1ST CAV DIV. KOREA (AJJT NO—Army Pvt. Anthony G Camp bell, 18, son of Mr and Mrs Willie T. Campbell. Franküton. Texas, re cently participated with other per sonnel from the 1st Cavalry Divi sion in Exercise Trooper Turnout II, a three-day field problem in Korea The exerrise. involving about 20,000 troop*, stressed the divi sion's ability to adapt to fast chang ing combat conditions. Training in defensive tactics was provided by an attack bv a simulated aggressor force throughout a 220 square mile combat zone Campbell who arrived overseas last July, is a member of Company D in the division's 4th f'avalry The former Frankston H i k h School rtudent entered the Army in February I960 and compleled basic traininK at Fort Carson, Colo Band Boosters Recognized At Recent Social Husk High School Hand mem bers entertained members of the Band Boosters organization recent ly with a coffee and coo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 20, 1960 PAGE SEVEN 7th District Below Ideal Population The Seventh Congressional Dis- trict of Texas is one of six in East and Northeast Texas that will be considerably below what is con- -idertxl an ideal population for a district. Rusk School Menu Monday, October 24 Barbecue on Buns Buttered Rice Knglish Peas Apple Rings Peanut Butter Strips vmk Tuesday, October 25 Baked Beans or Pinto Beans Spinach, Greens or Escalloped Asparagus Relish Tray Corn Muffins Apple Pie Milk Wednesday, October 26 Turkey and Dressing Green Beans Celery Sticks fYuit Cup Orange Cake U>af Bread Milk Thursday, October 27 Fish Sticks or Tuna Salad Creamed Potatoes Cabbage Slaw Corn Muffins Strawberry Short Cake Milk Friday, October 28 Hamburger Steaks Buttered Corn Combination Salad Hot Rolls and Jelly Milk Dawson Duncan, of the Dallas News Austin Bureau, reports that the Seventh District will have a population of 264,000, less than the 413,000 considered ideal for a district. Howe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

lf$F¡ P AM BMNT THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOtIR 30. 1H« palace itdoMwilto, T THuruUy — Friday Oct. 30 « 21 Ttitt Yov « IUMI . . •Cartoon p* Big Day" — Saturday Only — Thrill ! Viol «nee I Murder! "IN THE WAKE OF A STRANGER" Starring Tony Wright — Alvo "LEFT HANOED GUN" Starring Paul N *m n Saturday Pr vu« 11:15 PM. Sunday Thru Wadnavday Oct. 23. 23, 24 A 25 OCEANS 11 TCCMMlCOLOM* PANAV1SION mMtWARNER BROS. <xm* tr H«n mm « Wfcíi lilt* Ntod taM! t£B5 *t£i'CX Official Of TSTA Plans Local Talk E. L Galyean, representative oí the Texas State Teachers Aasocia tion, will speak to the county unit of the organization on the TSTA legislative program in a meeting here on October 31 Galyean is director of research and records for TSTA, a position he has held since IftSO lie has had years of experience in public school work, having served as elementary school teacher, elementary prin cipal, school superintendent, and deputy state superintendent The local TSTA meeting will be held in the Rusk High Sch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

The Cherokeean Section 11 OCTOBER 20. 1960 Cherokee County Section * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Arkansans Ask How Wells School Meets Challenge School officials and faculties of the Wells, Texas, and Emerson, Ark., school systems swapped ideas last Thursday when the Emerson delegation dropped in to talk shop. They wanted to find out how the Wells school— a small system about the sue of their own—was keeping up with the competition from larger schools. Led by Superintendent W. P. Nash, Jr., the Arkansans are traveling under a grant from the International Paper Company which allows them a couple of days' visit- ation each year to learn how sys- tems like theirs are meeting the challenges oí big and modem education. "We picked fc'herokce County and Wells this year, because of the similarities to our own area and school," Supt. Nash said in reply to a question from Mrs. j Winnie K. Wisener. superinten- dent of the Wells Independent School district. "We try to visit schools s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

The Cherokeean 77/ Campaign Coast To Coa it For That Great American — What's Hi$ NameP. STATE CAPITAL NEWS PAGf TWO OCTOBER 20. IMO *EDITORIALS ★ Room For Conviction Former President Harry Truman's dash i .tí i. * a and hi.i an i mat A performance while here did nothing to calm the issue oí religion in politic which ha presumes to de- plore. Mr. Truman's barbed language was that of a ruler who's been re/ected and no* that of a leafier who ha* disagrearr>ent in hi." ranks. The spirit of the former pr-sident )>' commendable on certain w.-canions, but there is a thing called discretion which one Newspapers and Soda National Newspaper Week has just pass- ed, getting about an much annual attention as'National Indigestion Week, which is spon- sored on Nov 21-27 by "lie Church & I>wight Baking Soda Company. This is not to opine that the two are an- alagous. We hope not. But in case there ar theme who fed the two weeks should coin- cide, v.i will explore the disaicrularity fur-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

of d- n- u. •f CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE ly \ i> A ^líñhí " ff £ ív sAa, /V3 "?7- 1 kKékMf CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE SAFE TRANSPORTATION it PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OP USE LEPT. ALL OP OUR CARS NEED A HOME1 WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET US. ROYAL TIRES 101 E. Rutk Pfc®«* lk Car* Wanted Top prkM paid Itr Used Car See U ftrtt J. C WlUlasos, nuk. lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Blfl Selection o# Fine Used Cart «I Barteln Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Ruth Id Auto Service | When you need wrecker service j call i. C. Williams, Rusk, Phone MU 3-4444. 27agrTcultüré 2a. Equipment For Sale 2-C Livestock RENT: THREE ROOM FURNISH-¡ ED apartment on North Main, 100 pullets, 4>* Rusk ph MU 3.488o, j. H. Forster. tic-15 FOR SALE: months, good layer strain. Vaccin- ated. H. M Keen, Alto, Phone 1022-L-SL. 2-t-p-17' FOR RENT: ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

<< M i fifis s. RUSK vs. Gladewater AT RUSK FRIDAY 8:00 P. M. ANYONE CAN WIN CAS FIRST PRIZE WEEKLY PRIZES SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE 00 Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... -mhi- SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION RUSK, TEXAS J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK « 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 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 LADIES EXCLUSIVE SHOP" WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIG BOYS RUSK MATHEWS MILLER DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY E. B. MUSICK INSURANCE AGENCY RUSK, TEXAS CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F. D. I. C. RUSK, TEXAS CHAPMAN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS RUSK, TEXAS FIRST ...

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

ALTO vs. Grapeland FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! TER our big football contest today; i may win one of the big prizes. NO- 1ING TO BUY ... no obligation! Match ir guesses with the experts ... just mark ir choice for the winners, NOT THE BONUS PRIZES $ 00 $ lOO Bonus Priie if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jacksonville Football games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guesc the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jackson- ville Football games. ORES! ontest... employees of this news- r their families. away every week; prize person picking the most i will be the winner. Do r the weekly prizes. 500, you must correctly lusk, Troup, and J'ville $50.00 Bonus, you must hese games. les is Friday at 4 p.m. ollowing week. Enter as -ies must be deposited at in Rusk and Alto. \ ELECTRIC MPANY ry Blank >ber 21 & 22, 1960 ilestine ( ) (adewater ( ) rapeland ( ) verton ( ) anderson ( ) irthage ( ) ilmer ( ) roveton (...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

Reinsures... (Continued frwn Pf 1) insured by the We*tern American Life Insurance Company of Aus- tin. Most oí iU 1.728 policy holders reside in Cherokee County, Oatcs said—in AJto. Rusk and Jackson ville. They may contact the West era American Company through its offices in Jacksonville or Aus- tin. O Arkansans . (Continued from P {jo 1) proaches Emerson has an enroll- ment of 283, about the same as Wells. Supt. Wiwner established that their lower si* grades are depleting, while the upper six are fairly static, a trend also noted at Wells, she said. Supt. Wisener has been at the head of the Wells schools for eight years She has been with the system as classroom teacher and administrator since 1931. _o Chaffin... (Contiru/ed from Ptg* 1) and was 69 years of age. She is «iivived by her husband George N Chaffin; two daughters, Mrs G. M Wj.igate of Houston, and Mrs P F. Fuselier of Liver- more, California; one brother, Lawrence M Sanders of Dallas, and five grandchildren Gragard Spragg...

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

Jacksonville & Area Churches ££ST side assembly of god NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. MornLag Worship—11 A.M. t'vening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Str««t Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. [iiUdren's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—?15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Ru k Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—9:46 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—-6:30 P.M. 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 9:45 Mernir.g Worship—11 A.M. Sunday morning Worship Service A'auung Service 7 P.M. Sunday evening Worship Service Wednesday evening services 7 30 Evening Worship—7:45 P.M. P.M. Wednesday Teacher's Meeting—7:45 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 20 October 1960

PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize *500 00 Bonus Pri ze If you can cor- rectly gum the correct score by quartan of the Rusk, Alt , Jacksonville • ad Kilgore Football 0«m«« K INDIAN'' Lineman Of The Week DON MUPRAY Sophomore Center One of the unexpected surpritas that have made the Indian ' strong defentivr game for this mearan. Play linebacker on defense and center on often . He hat ihown marked ¡••nprovement in each gam® thi year. Murray by hi senior yoar should be one of the top line- men in the district. Official Entry Blank I Jacksonville 2. Rusk 3. Alto 4. Troup 5. Kilgorp 6. Nacogdoches 7. Pine Tree 8. Diboll 9. Elkhart 10. Chapel Hill 11. S. f Auttin 12. Sam Hou ton 13. Dalla IN F.L.) 14. Kilgore Jr. Col. 15. Tyler Jr. College 16. T C. U. 17. S.M.U 18. Rico 19. Arkan a 20. Te«a A A M ) TIE Jacksonville NAME ADDRESS Palestine Cladeweter Grapeland Overton Henderson Carthape Gilmer G'oveton Trinity Hawkins Sul Rot Tex? A A I St. Loui* Texarkana Jr. Col. Henderson Co. Jr. Col. PltKbirgh Te...

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