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

Ill ALTO Groveton FRIDAY 8:00 P.M. CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! -R o u r big football contest today; may win one of the big prizes. NO- VG TO BUY ... no obligation! Match BONUS PRIZES guesses with the experts ... just mark choice for the winners, NOT THE RES! ntest ... nployees of this n wj- heir families. way every week; priie rson picking the most ill be the winner. Do he weekly prize*. you must correctly k, Troup, and J'vllle i.OO Bonus, you mutl games. is Friday at 4 p.m. ywing week. Enter as must be deposited at Rusk and Alto. ELECTRIC iPANY y Blank /. 4 & 5 iville >n at i Payne ;s C. e •ate SONVILLE ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) < ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) IZEATTA II TX) IRDICTIO' ■ OK LES HV Q \KT- SClflOOIi rOOT. IK RT'I.K.- Eonus Priie if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jacksonville Football games Bonus Prixe if you can correctly gue«s the eorrect final scores of tho Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jac...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

1 . Rusk School Menu fÁoméay, NoYwnbar 7 Italian Spaghetti Kieid Peas Carrot ic pineapple Salad Corn Mui fins Chinese Cookies Ti/atdiy, November 8 Pinto Ik^ns Meat Salad Frozen Spinach or Greens Relish Tray Candied Sweet Potatoes or Potato Pie Corn Muffin* Milk Wadnaiday, N#*«nb«f V Vegetable Soup with liert Chee ? with Crackers Corn Muffiajs Apple Sauce Cake Milk THurvity, NoTfmbM 10 Salman Croquettes or Kish with Catsup Buttered Hire English Peaa Green Salad Hfrt Rolls Spiced Appl«rt Milk Friday, Novambar 11 Chicken Pie- Chee*> Strips Green fteans or Krcaen Miaed Vegetable* Fruit Cups Brownies Homemade ¡muí Bread Milk O OES "42" Party Is Successful Tuesday Night Rcgardlewt ¡,¡ the rainy weathpr Tuesday nf>_;ht October 25th. Busk Chapter No 70. O E S sponsor- ed a visry nice 42 party at the National Guard Armory Building In behalf of the Chapter, Mrs í>lith Kirksel Worthy Matron, wish es to thank Mrs Ruby Ross of the Rusk Florist for donating the hulh prize for a lady. Mrs...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF ©OD NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9 +5 A.M. Morni-ig Worship—11 A_M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO 926 Washington Str**t Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9 45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 PM. WMO—? 13 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEAU. CHAPEL BAPTIST CK 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. 411 East Commerce Street Harold Spurlock, evangelist Time of services. Sunday morning Bible Class 9:45 Sunday morning Worship Service 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Sernct 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7 30 ANTIOCH METHODIST CHURCH John Derr, Minister Sunday School—10 A M Morning Worship—11 AM. Evening Worship—7 P M. Wednesday Service—7 P.M. COVE SPRING BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Milton Pledger, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. Eveni...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize 500 $ 00 Bertus Prfcre If y u «*n cor- roctly gufrts the aorreet «core by quartern o/ the Rmslr, Alto, Jacksonville and KHoern Foot bull Garrías. INDIAN" Back Of The Week NBIl SHEDDAN Junior, Fullback Alternating at the fullback pot with Frank Peacock He ha prov- n to be one of the Indians top ground gainers. Runs hard and fast, has «cored several crucial touchdowns for the Indians 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 CARDS STATIONERY OFFICE FORMS FOLDERS MENUS WEDDING ANNO UNO'EM ENTS KIELY PRINTING CO. 104 S. MAIN JACKSONVILLE INVEST YOUR SAVINGS WITH .. . The Highest Scoring Team Let Your Savinfn Work For You Where They Will Earn Our Hifh Dividend Rati CURRENT RATE \m PER O ANNUM Jacksonville Building & Loan Association $15 It ■ ** ** Prize $5 WIN CASH Official Entry B...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

STREET BEAT The best fish story of the week is being told by Glenn Brings and Monk Sadler They are telling that on a fishing trip to Lake Jackson- vilie last week thev cast seven times between them and landed eight bass Briggs' wife didn't be- lieve the story either . . . The Star Journal is looking for ward to having several new neigh- bors in the near future Kiely rrintiuK Company is moving into their new location in the Masonic Building at the corner of Main and Larissa Street the latter part of this week. The County Tax De- partment and the Sheriffs Depart ment. is scheduled to open offices ¡n the Devereux building on Na- cogdoches Street about the first of December. B. and M Record Shop is planning to move into the build ing on the corner of Main and Na- cogdoches Street in the near fu- ture The Jacksonville Rotary Club will sponsor a Chili Supper on Fri- day evening November 11, at the old Beall Warehouse Building on Commerce Street. Chih will be served from 5 00 to 7:00 P.M. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN W. S. C. S. Sends NOVeMS"''"" Clothing To Central Baptist Circles WcsleyHome The Women's Society ■ ,f Christ Watson Circle <*ill be held in the un Service oí the Central Baptist home of Mrs Mollis Duncan. 1021 Church will hold Bible Stud> by Tyler Tuesday November 8 at 9 30 Circles November 7 and 8 LOCKARO CIRCLE The Lockard Circle will meet in the homi oi Mrv W M Bramlette, 526 Nacogdoches, on Monday , No\ ember ~ at 3 00 P M for Bible Study DITSWORTH CIRCLE Mrs C, H 0"DeII, 102U Kick apoo i!l ser.'- as hosti as for th<- Ditsworth Circle. Monday No*, ember 7. at 2 30 P M WATSON CIRCLE Th<- Bible Study meeting for the W. E. Bailey Insurance Agency Cora pie be Insurance Service TELEPMOME WJ1 309 E~ LmIim St. PMC. CASUALTY ANO ftOMDS AUTO INSURANCE • SPECIAL BENEFIT POL 10 • POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD A M COUCH CIRCLE Tli'* Couch Circle -vill meet at 9 30 A M Tuesday, November 8. with Mrs (' I! Meidellx r>: O K ltd serving ;is hostess SAUNDERS CIRCLE Mr-, ''ha...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

his lard jhen land lor? 1 Ed ¿ass |uch illo- kher THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 3. 1960 RAGE THREE Kflgors Runéfes Over Palestine 35-6 Friday Troup Romps Over Chape! Hill 41-0 KILGORE (Spl ) Quarterback Skeeters a-4a111 passed for a touch John Skeeters ran and passed the down, this time hit tin': Halfback Kilgqre Bulldogs to a 35 ti uctory Eddie Guess on a 10 yard shot. o\er the Palestine Wildcats in a A pass failed for the extra point District 7 AAA football game here Guess slashed through left Friday night guard for Kilgore's final touch- Skeeters returned a Palestine down the fourth period, after a The Troup Tigers, behind the leadership and running of quar- terback Don Toole, romped to a 410 victory over the Chapel Hill llulldogs here Friday night in a district game Toole passed to Joe lies for 48 later Toole went over from the yards and the second touchdown, three for a tally. A Toole pass The talented quarterback then to "<'Ug Gran for two points gave passed to lies for the two e...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR NOVEMBER 3. 1960 Upper Neches. . . (Continued from P g? I elopment Director for Texas Pow- er and Lii.ht * ompany W l Mur ph. industrial repn iej$ative for the Missouri Pacific Railroad, W C. Jackson, president of the Kir>t Southwest Company; snd men. ber." of the Anderson County Chamber of Common v Industrial Division He su"nested that a w-rii"i of advertisements in appropriate pub I tea Hons be used to advertiied the advantages of Lake Palestine and the Palestine area (> If you want it to be a short sum mcr, just M/.n a 90-day noto PALACE Jacksonville, Texas Thursday — Friday November 3 & 4 uu . THE Crowded ' - DANA RHONDA SKY ANDREWS-'/LEMING ff REM JOHN ANN* «- Z1MBALISTi '• KERR • FRANCIS EÜI KEtNAN TROY WYNN*DONAHUE waHNin nmo\. T EOtfaCOUX* Saturday — Only November 5 "JACK A THE BEANSTALK" Starring ABBOTT AND COSTELLO PLUS JOE DAKOTA' Starring Jack Mahoney Sat. Prevue 11:15 P.M. Surday thru Tuesday November 5, 6, 7, 4 8 C0L0RSC0PE Wednesday ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

Why We Are Democrats We in Amorica are blessed with a poli- tical system known oniy in the nations of l!ie free world. C\:r two g--ea parties, and tt-.e orranued opinions Ihey represent, have nijje ihis country what it is today. We have (hoce who call themselves It,dependents, but have you ever stopped to think |ust wh-t i', «n Independent? In the first pia'e an Independent is I'ke the ship-wreck victim stranded and lost on a deserted island. He just hopes for the best. Iri politics, the Independent takes what the- politicians dish out for him. vVe are proud to be Party men. We know that «II free governments, as Disraeli said, are Party Governments; and all of us should be proud and happy of this qreat privilege that is ours. There are many, many reasons why we have chosen the Democratic Party in which to work for a stronger and more prosperous America. We agree with Senator Lyndon John- son, who said that "The Democratic Party at its worst is better than the Republican Parry at its...

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

THF. CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO NOVEMBER 3, I960 Indians Trounce Bulldogs 19-6 In Crucial Contest The Jacksonville Indians took another bii stop in provine that they are worthy of their current Utle of Kings in the state's triple A football, by downing the pre- viously undefeated Carthage Hull do>;s 196. The largest crowd in years at iiie Tomato How! sat through a steady downpour of rain to watch the game The victory was the eighth in a row for Coach I ifk Sheffield's Indians and their fourth confer ence win this season The Hull dogs now have a season's record of six wins in «even games and a conference record of two and one Coach R E "Ked" Willis' Hull- dogs were fired up to win the game they took the opening kickoff and marcha) 00 yards in 14 plays for a touchdown arid a 6 0 lead 11)e TT) eame with five, minutes remaining in the open ing period and was scored by half back fiubba Murff on a one foot plunge Halfback Rickey Harvey was unsuccessful in an attempt to run the ball over for t...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

Maydelle News BY MRS MINNIE CONNER Reklaw News . . . Funeral services for Mr Charles Allen Newman, 68, member of a well known pioneer Cherokee County family, who died Wednes- day at Palestine after a long ill- ness. were conductd from the First Baptist Church, Maydelle, Thurs- day afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. Felton of the Calvary Bap- tist Church of Palestine officiat- ing. Interment was made in the Mt. Comfort Cemetery at Maydel- le Bailey s Funeral Home made the arrangements. Mrs. Jintmie Cone of Jacksonville led the music with Mr. Emmett Grisham assist- ing. He was born September 20, 1892 and died October 26, 1960 at Palestine, age 68 years, 1 mo. and 6 days, lie was a Christian and Bankruptcy Laws Permit An Honest DebtorTo Turn Over A New Leaf BANKRUPTCY In bygone days when a man got himself hopelessly into debt, the courts would jail him until he paid. Or, as in our colonial days a man became an "indentured" >orvant, and would come to Amer- ica to work off his debt. Nei...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 3 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE EIGHT NOVEMBER 3, 1960 MR AND MRS SETH RIDGWAY OUR BIGGEST, OUR BEST BARGAINS GO ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! FOUNDER'S DAYS! V'<T:'rT"'''WV :• i ? 1 r\¡. '/ '■ ' " V ■ 1 *' .' ' ' y* • ! •!' 8> I „ v ;•/ • 0' /-.i.. ' ' ,'4 «-"i'l ?r'C' ' li k^J: ' ^ " . *SB %/- &$£ .H m .. * "> K> '1 K FRONTENAC SENSATIONS! g85 p'va Federal tai 'unconditional guaraní (of 3 «•ntfct; • month after P*nn«y'« W >h • M«ory « tl • on* year guaran)*** • 17- tyl* ...g¡H boxed I • shock miitantl Swiit mov*m*nt«l • waterproof mod*l (wh*n crystal, crown r*moin intact) • calendar watchl • lelf-wmding watch) mor*) • leather itrapi! •«portion bandit Miss Betty Ann Boone Recent Bride Of Art Glynn Ereckson M.! [!•• '• Ann Boon - became 'hi bfiVj'f f Art Glynn F,re<k-on :• .. mt', ,f, jiffs'-ivc ceremony Oct ol*-r 15 :ri the Fir t Baptist fhiirch of f-lorr\..'on Alsinr.-i w:'h 'he Blouif i-;, si or offiria' bo'.K u httf Miís S loy ülf.'un The brirl<- rid Mr f) ;i r¡' 1 t...

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

MuTofüin Service & I O Box QOtíC cor 'Hound . . . Town Houndatiaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« newsgathtring facilities of Ru*k <nd Jacksonville *9«nci«* in th* most completa local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TLA AS' OLDKST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JV1.Y 5. 184; Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy CONGRATULATIONS are in order to the Kennedy-Johnson sup- porters in the county and nation. VOLUME 113 NOVEMBER 10. I960 20 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 31 NOW, WE'LL HAVE another "hot" election. Since Lyndon Johnson was elected to two of- fices Tuesday, he'll resign his job as a member of the U. S. Senate. RUSK'S CITY COUNCIL called off their regular meeting Tues- day, arvd will meet next week. RUSK'S PROGRESSIVE MERCH- ANTS are planning another out- standing Christmas Trades promo- tion. Complete details will be an- nounced in next week s paper. Democratic Ticket Sweeps Cherokee County As Thousands Crowd Into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO NOVFMBER 10, 1940 EAGLES ECHO i¿^g EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960 1961 Editor in-chief I.imI.i W;<* Assistant Editor Mary Maitlarul Business Manaeer Jud> - Gircuiation Manager Leonard Berry Ass iM ant Circula ti on M ,:r David Mark Sports Editor finbby t.oru; Assistant Sports Editor Jimmy Ram -y Feature Editors Sonja Wilcox, Brent Smith, Dan Cook. Jauii* .Jones, and Glenn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs Lewi* Míí'arroli Snooper ■ Muzzy !>• ' >f Ju' k' r; 'on A* ir-- a,i • ' ;>ry ' > Mi>rr ; ot a letter fc/rri rn •m!I> Siinfiav Rita Be< kworth íi:io¡::> rfie'J Thursday. Wond'-r a!l> apprec iates that or do '> ■ th-«t ., .'<! have bei n from Why j> i ti, it i mí. t M rr, i, Sherrell fJothwell i- one sharp u " • ir,,| at I,,, f.r id r«ic >ofihr>rnore jorl .".ho i,s ¡wri'id < j*,n < tla , • ot littt ■ r'l fancy free' Come l>.j' Jiar.;, who have you been ho> • U i do viinethiriit about '..••ttir'i.- xi >li from that was pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE THREE SCHOOL NEWS I § (Continued Olor—Blue Sons—' Little Darling" Singer—Diamonds Book—"All Quiet on the Western Front" Author Mark Twain Movie From the Terrace' Actor- Paul Newman Actress- Joanne Woodward Scent- Seven Winds Subject—Cis ics Sport— Football Pastime—Going with Mars Ambition- Finish college Girl—Mary Maitland SENIOR SPOTLIGHT GIRL Name Mary Maitiand Nickname-- Eleanor Ape—17 Birthday—August 21 Hair—Brown Ejes—Blue Height—5'5" Favorite Food—Shrimp from page 2) ■ Drink—Tea Gar—Pontiac Flower -Lilac Golor—Blue and Green Sonn -To Each His Own Singer The Platters Book -Gone with the Wind \uthor -Charles Dickens Movie- "From the Terrace" Actor- Paul Newman Actress—Elizabeth Taylor Scent Hypnotique Subject—Civics Sport -Football Pastime Going with Malcome Ambition- -Finish college and get married Boy—Malcome Hanson O IDEAL BOY Hair - Connie Bailes Eyes—Jimmy Lee Nose—Leonard Berry Teeth—Ricky Scott Ears—Buzzy Braswell Physique—Jimmey Rame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

the: cherokeean PACE FOUR NOVEMBER 10. 1940 FOREST NEWS . . . By A. L O DOM ILrs- Neal Newland, Mrs W L Ramscin and Martha Ann were business visitors in Lufkin Moo- day Mr. and Mrs John ScroKgins of Jacksonville spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs T D Durham and Lorraine. Willie L. \'ann oí Alto arid Doy- le N'ewland visited Sunday in Tex as City with C H Kltts Mr and Mrs Jim Bailey were visitors in Wells Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Moake and Susan of Nacogdoches visited a K^hile Saturday niKht with her family, the C. A. Odoms. Final Rites Read For Mrs. Gillespie Funeral services for Mrs Dillie Alj^e Gillespie, 8ft. a resident of Jacksonville for 65 year, were conducted h( ÍO'OO A M Monday, November 7. in the Kir.it Method ist Chun h with the Ile\ Kohert Lanfharn and the I lev. Iloljert Malhem offir-iatim;. Ilunal was iri tHe City Cemetery Mr. r!illes(M<- died about fl l.r> I'M Saturd.i. November f>, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Geo Singleton ;it 001 Kim Street, after a l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

Farmers Control Production Better Than Government-W¡¡ lis America ought to appraise its .riculture programs from a buy- ,-r power rather than from pro- el : tion. says J. Perrin Willis of writing in the November is- .sue of the East Texas Chamber of commerce magazine. There is no question al>out our economy being tied to agriculture," he wrote. Agriculture is the only creator of new wealth—and it is a well-known fact that every depres- sion or recession we have ever had started and ended with the buying power of agriculture." Willis said price supports have tailed and acreage controls have driven millions from the farms in the past 25 years. They no longer buy farm machinery and equip- ment. Farm buying power has dwindled and industries supplying; farmers have lost 10 million cust- j omers. This we do know—the higher the price support, the greater con- trols will be. This means more acreage cuts, more farmers driven from their farms, less buyers for iarm supplies." Willis went on...

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

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 10, 1960 what Rusk Folks are doing Mrs S. I. R. Cartlidge and Mrs Frank Coupland visited thf fnrrn rr'i jus tor, Mrs A Knrrson Jt Athrns Sunday *!r and Mrs Kent Miller of Bryan spent the weekend wiih parents. Mrs Verdie Mae 1 tanks arid Mr and Mrs Paul Miíjer Their son Kenny, returned home with them inc dan: with their hter, Mr ;ind sort in law Mrs Ft I. and ■Jarv after week here with Max Schochler attended opening sfHMidin: last grandparents and J M Glass ivitie., of the hiomeeoniin!' weekend on the SMI' campus at llallas Thursday even in¿ They attended the Pig-kin IU- v*ue which was very eritenairiing Mr and Mrs Raymond Maner and >n Mickey of Corpus Christi are vLsitinfi parents, Mr and Mrs I'aul Potts Donna Lsaacs, Angela and Sarah Dickey, students at S I i State College, Huntirville sppnt the weekend with parents, Mr and Mrs Lee man Isaacs and Mr and Mrs FCdwin Dickey John I-estfr arid .son, John Mark spent the weekend at Galveston deep s<&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

THE NOVEMBER 10, 1960 CHEROKEEAN ACCIDENT VICTIM PAGE SEVEN P-TA Adopts 3 Projects At Meeting Three projects fur the current i.il year were approved at last í;;irsila\ - I'TA meeting Members to 11 give a $100 scholarship t, some worthy graduate of Hu.-k Hi.;h School next spring who plans ,) enter the teaching profession, ,i,l 121 Rive $1185 00 toward the purchase of a water cooler and uphcatin'.! machine at the Junior High and Elementary Schools. Mrs. Dell Cox, president, presid- , 1 at the business meeting in the ,Ir Hinh ('afetorium. .1 M Boone, Elementary Prin- . ipal told the organization that he S' hool would pay a $100 hal ante on the purchase of the water fountain and duplicator. l-larlicr the P-TA Executive com mittce had earmarked $385 for a project and found that the adop- mn of these three smaller pro- Tits would leave a shortage of approximately $100. Th' business session followed a ■.ilk tiv guest speaker, I Jr. Harold H I'.ci■kman. instructor at Stephen I Austin Colleg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

. __ *r\sr\ f i 11 Li a • I ■ • \A/* ation u no xc*pUorv All of the INTESI8T1HC FACTS THE CHEROKEEAN B&PWCIubTO' l9o0 Schedule Modisonvillc V*rOCK6lt Wins proposed bilLi an* insurance pol. j Sailing due east out of Boston PA©€ f OHT NOViM «* 10, 1*0 I'willo Hinh ^rhrml _ , >%«« A ■ iriM for Texas and the nation, as Harbor, one would land first in „—i r- i Meet Thurs., w„¡A ° Stops Eagles 22-AA Title •« ™^ Sp4l„ Mfutf Dgtflr L /\ I is r kBt rVHM£ IflQIOn MOIGCnS JT_ of the nation Today's school child ¡ Columbus died at VallodoUd, KUSK I-OIKS Scott Home s« In 50-6 Game .a*.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Paul Ale* j week's vuit with hi* daughters Nov 18 Grapeland dofli clinched the District 22-AA Here mankos-vnj V thp hrui«#*l tltle Friday by swamping the Lit in<< r and daughter, Toni, spent jnd their families, Mr and Mrs Th 1 Rusk Business and Profes- Nov 22 IiulJard — There ingston Liona, 50-0 the weekend here with their par Joel Cummins of Pasadena and sional Women's Club will me...

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