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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

o it i Sí The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Alto Rejoices Over Win of District Crown and Perfect Record For Season ! .:;v j mmmm H: THE GAME S OVER Jackets Beat Groveton 36-20 for Title BURT'S OVER MCGAUGHEY S OVER Four Civil Suits Slated For Week Four civil suits were set for this week's term of 145th District Court. An 84-member jury venire was summoned to appear Monday. First suit scheduled to come up was L. T Lindsey vs. Franklin 0. Wade. Undsey is asking for over $48,000 in damages from a Feb- ruary 1958 highway accident Jury Finds For Plaintiff A District Court jury last week found for the plaintiff in a dam- age suit in which Herman Musick claims he was totally incapacitated in an accident at the S K Church Furniture Factory in Jacksonville. The jury determined that Mu- sk k had been totally incapacitated and that his incapacity was perm anent. Musick had sued the Texas Em- ployers Insurance Association for 60 per cent of his...

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

The Cherokeean PAGE TWO NOVEMBER 10, 1960 * EDITORIALS ★ Veterans Day There's a good chance that the fellow who lives next door to you in a war veteran. He's what Vcu-rans Day is all about, although he'd much rather talk about his bwl of j/lad- idi than the glori « of war. Kor gladioli arc another beautiful thirix which nature's G'>d ha.s put here to amelior- ate the mass evil of war which mankind has institutionalized. He may be the only ruar, in your neighborhood who can appn.-ciati- th" extrem s of uglinesH anl beauty. Your neighbor-veteran may have ti- ta Cuba in the interest of hwnanitarianhm. Or maybe be was at ílelleau V. oml, at ' or- reifidor, at Normandy, oven Inchon. Of course, h - proud 'hat he -.lood up to t'>ran ny, but h>'s t rribly glad it is over He doesn't say much about war, y>u not ice. Standing in fr-m* of a bi d <•! glad.-.li, b«- think.- thi- j.- ju.V not the place to r<-< 11 how h(! k ta red dumbly at lorri huti;an flesh, and how some of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

Iised 1940. [arm I cold the |1 on Jther 5um- Jbout May 1st we ¡atoes cold set j>k of ptting with fiown. | gives than plants, tands likes ■gainst , pnb- Knur- lablishrr fin and 1anAr r at th« act of t h • of any |ich may newH. b*in* like pub- -0. ■■ s CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE Now IsThe Time To Trade Cars LEEMAN ISAACS Is Playing SANTA CLAUS You'll GetATop Price For Your Old Car At Rusk Motor Sales LEEMAN ISAACS WILLNOTBEUNDERSOLD SEE OUR BIG SELECTION OF USED CARS "We Financc On Liberal terms" RUSK MOTOR SALES Hiway 69 At The "Y" Rusk, Texas 2e Feed-Wood-Hay CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk FOR SALE Wood, any length. Ph. SH 3 2103. James Russell. tlc-16 Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk A Oak Jacksonville Custom Grinding Mixing - Molasses All Kinds Of Stock Feeds 3. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FARM FOR SALE 97 acres, fenced, 4 farrowing pens for hogs, 2 hog pastures, approximately 70 acres young pine, "r\ minerals. On State ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

y RUSK vs. PINE TREE AT PINE TREE FRIDAY 8 00 P. M. ANYONE CAN WIN CAS WEEKLY PRIZES FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRI7E Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... south texas producers association RUSK, TEXAS j. c. williams texaco dealer FOR RUSK & ALTO AREA RAMBLER DFAI ER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY piggly wiggly SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH S4H 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 mathews miller DEPARTMENT STORE RUSK, TEXAS gregg insurance agency chapman pharmacy PRESCRIPTIONS RUSK, TEXAS zero food lockers RUSK, TEXAS sears roebuck and company knox ray men's wear EVERYTHING FOR MEN A BIG BOYS RUSK e. b. musick insurance agency RUSK, TEXAS citizens state bank MEMBER F. D. ...

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

ALTO OPEN CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! TER our big football contest today; may win one of the big prizes. NO- INGTO BUY ... no obligation! Match r guesses with the experts ... just mark r choice for the winners, NOT THE 3RES! BONUS PRIZES $ 500 00 $ 50 00 Bonus Prize 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 guess the oorrect final ¿cores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup, and Jackson- ville Football games. mtest... employees of this news- their families. away every week; prize ierson picking the most will be the winner. Do the weekly prim. X), you must correctly jsk, Troop, and J'ville 50.00 Bonus, you must ese games. s is Friday at 4 p.m. Mowing week. Enter as is must be deposited at i Rusk and Alto. ELECTRIC /IPANY ry Blank lov. 11 & 12 :ogdoches ( ) e Tree ( ) iter ( ) thage ( ) dale ( ) íeola ( ) iveton ( ) ■rigan ( ) tarro J. C. ( ) (i Houston ( ) as A A M ( ) .U. < ) California ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

Rusk School Menu Monday, November 14 Barbacú" on fiun.-. Creamed Potatoes Green Salad AisorUd Fruit Peanut butter co-;klfs Milk Tuevlay, November 15 Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Potato Salad Knxli.sh Peas Celery Slicks Pineapple 1 pside Down Cake Milk Wednesday, November 16 Enchiladas Pinto Beans Seasoned Mixed Greens Pineapple Slices Corn Muffins Cookies Milk Thurvday, Novrmbar 17 Oven Bak< d Fish or Tuna Salad Buttered Ftice Combination Salad I/<af Bread or '.'orn Muffins Cherry Pie Milk Friday, November 18 Irish Stew Green Beans Spiced Beets Hot Rolls Apple Sauce Milk - - 0 Mrs. MoMie Perry Buried At Dialville Funeral serviros for Mrs Mollie Perry, 87, of KotUe .1, Troup, Tex were conducted at :¡ (K) P M Wed ñenday N'a cmiIxt 2, in the First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, 'I' * as, with the Rev. Harold llrun •*>n, Rev Grady Nutt and Rev C, R Meadows officiating Burial was in Rocky Springs iVrwtery, Dial vilie, Texas' Mrs Perry died about 50 Tuos Jay, November 1, at the home ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

ú \ther i ti on Nation Jacksonville & Area Churches CAST side assembly of goo James Batton, Pastor Sunday School- 9:45 A.M. Morm.ig Worsmp- 11 A.M. • 'venm^ Worship—7:30 P M. FIRST ASSEMBLY of goo 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Vlorning 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. Training I'nion—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wed Wednesday Service—$ 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— 7:30 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. Training Union -6:15 P.M. Fvening Worship- -7:30 P.M. Wedne...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

IpiStl $ PLAY FOR PAY Bonus Prize 500 $ 00 Bonim Prne If you tan tor- rectly the correet wore by quarter of the Rusk, Alto, Jacksonville and K ilgerp Football Games INDIAN Back Of The Week GEORGE CAUSfcY Somor, Back One of the Indians reserves that ' has seen considerable artion this year In spite of hit small Míe Km played tough hard hitting football 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 VVEDDIN(I ANN(>I.JX('EMENTS KIELY PRINTING CO. 104 S. MAIN JACKSONVILLE INVEST YOUR SAVINGS WITH .. . The Highest Scoring Team Let Your SavingH Work For You Where Th«y Will Earn Our Hicrti Dividend Rate. CURRENT BATE 4*/« «¡4 per ANNUM Jacksonville Building & Loan Association Official Entry Blank 1 Jacksonville ? Pusk 1 Kilgore 4 Henderson 5 Troup A Gil rner 7 Grapel...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

cor- rrect utk, n d ne«. Indians Go For Title In Clash With Nacogdoches STREET BEAT City-School Vote Valuation Study, Award Joint Contract Section III The Cherokeean NEWS AND FEATURES of Jacksonville and North Cheroke« County láveme Klen Day at the Phil- lips tki Service Station on South Jackson Street, sponsored by the Jacksonville Lions Club Tuesday. was a big success Profits from gas sales and contributions during the (lav went into a fund to help 1 «iverne regain her sight . Les ter L. Etheridge, commissioner for precinct three, was inspecting the parking area near the new county office building in Jacksonville. The area will need considerable work in preparation for the opening of the office about December 1 . . . The Rotary Club is sponsoring a pre-footbal! game Chili Supper Friday niuht in the old Beall Ware- house across from the Tomato Bowl Bring the wife and kids, football time will be Chili Sup- Proceeds from the supper will go park your car in the street parking pcr j¿mc...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO NOVEMBER 10, 1960 PALACE Jacksonville Thursdiy — Fr iday Nuember 10 4 11 — Saturday Only — "SPOOKS RUN WILD" Starring Leo Gorcey — Plus - Gregory Jennifer Peck Jo«ie4 In DUEL IN THE SUN" Saturday Prevue II 15 P.M. Sunday Monday m 46 Students Make High School Honor Roil // // HER KHfTHM IS WICKED * Ih i t#o !jhí beat © lViTHÜteíl M MOW.' UMP I pjHI'fiO ir [ASÍMANCOLOR 11 in ;t n.ihi: ,u. icijji Tuesday Wednesday Nov. 15 A 16 Mark Rogers Honored VAN'KKK Tl UN'KI) I. I! If-l I. Mark ll.tji-.Ts, ln.Han í(r>t■ r v.ho ha ju"t. rotorniwl to rln.wi'.H at. .Iwk.-ton villi jlij'h .-'rhool l. hi.4 v.i'ck follow i riff brain y for a foot I., 11 ; i ir y■, i ■ a luttfj w of 1' i.lt air 1 i.- often called Yarkw by f,, ■. i la .:i . 'Thf .J. II. S Key i'lob rianriod an hon • rae , "Johnny Rob" and f<r•. <• n( í him with a i onf(}()i ratt: I'lax a;, rap an a -Tiibly. Pictured left to ri/hl aro Kirk Williamson, I'ojo'rs, and Jimmy f'onnor, privudcnt of tho Key ' luh ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 November 1960

íes the id their live at They at- ch. .Id folks, i a clock •i' a day. ley ance NO >0 [$ IB Now eck in it for pping. ■8PTSaW&'"! Officers of District FHA The District C, Area IX. Fu- 1 .re iloinernakers of Amerita met m the new Fine Arts Auditorium .it Stephen F Austin State College in Nacogdoches for their annual meeting Three Jacksonville girls were anions the district officers that vvere installed at the meeting The theme of the meeting was. The World in our Hands." The meeting was called to order by lieth Standley, first vice-president of Central Heights. The welcome and greetings were given by Mary < í a 11 i 11, Stanley Henderson and Sandra Strahan. The Response was given by Jane Gibson and Fran Bearden, co-presidents of the Jack- sonville FHA Chapter. The presidents message by Melba Swanson of (lushing and talent from SFA highlighted the first session. Reverend Dick Amos, pastor of First Methodist Church, ('ushing was guest speaker He used the theme, "The World in ou...

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

PACE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 10, I960 Indians Trample Center To Clinch Share Of Crown The Jacksonville Indians clinch ed at a tie for the District 7 AAA title by defeating the Cen ter Roughnders 200 Fnuay m:;l.' The Indians were in command throughout the came even though they played their sloppu-st game of the season, and made numcr ous mistakes The Indians haw now postrd nine victories in a-* many starts and lead their district with five wins and no losses Center has won on<- game in eight outings this year and has a district record of no wins and four Iosmvi The Indians kicked off to Center and their defensive unit held the Rouffhriders for six yards in three downs and forced them to punt The Indi ins took over on their 34 and marched the required tift yards for the opening TI> in 10 plays. The drive was highlighted by a 23 yard run by Quarterback Grady Ronntree on a keeper play Halfback Bo Warren ran over se\ eral would Ik; Rough rider tackl ers to gain ten yards and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

a JUl A Ann- r pro- part unity to sharr t hi* nmin I LlTiS with ee inr.c ne E. ack C" Mar t, a Di ket.s ave lese rug. rug 'Hound . . . Town tk iRjCbuuvdaliout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining th« rvewsgathering facilities of Rusk «rid Jacksonville agencies In the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEK I A' NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 181*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area A', 'rofilm s r-icti fc I' 0 BOX 0 Kiil 10' per Copy FOOTBALL IS KING in Cher- okee County these days. The big game this week is when Alto's pot- ent Yellowjackets tangle with Shelbyville for the Bi-district Championship in Jacksonville. RADIO STATION KTLU is stag- ing a big pre-game broadcast Fri- day 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Jim Carroll will interview coaches of Alto and Jacksonville. Mayors from the two cities will be heard in addition to other comments. Color will be add- ed by KTLU's "star broadcaster", Clyde Paul. VOLUME 113 24 PAGES NO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAO« TWO NOVEMMR 17. 1M0 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO E4rtor-«-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Cimilatioo Manacer Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports BdJtor Assistant Sports Edifor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Jartls Sponsor STAFF 1960 1961 J.inda Watson Mary MaitJand Judy HaakH I^onard Berry David Black Bobby Loo g Jimmy FUmey Sonja Wilcox, Brent Jon**, and Or-wi IJoyd Mrs Lewis McC'arroB Snooper A very cute "free" girl a round R H S is ElitabHh Gibson Get on the ball, boys!!" Mary Ann Mayes and Chuck Swift were M^-n together Wednes day nigh! We'll have to fh<>rk in to this"!! Billy Jack Hudson and his «irl friend from í arli.s.1 - have broken up We hop<' it is not for gixxl The Snoops have' bef-n harin« about a lot of dates for last Kri day nifiht' What aboyit this N'aney Hobeon and Joe leaver. Judy Finn can and Donmc Wilcox, Buzzy Tiran well and 1-ame Riddle, Hon Garner and Joann Peterson' Jimmy I>eo and Susan Miller are now going steady!! (a.s ol ...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 17, 1960 PAGE THREE EAGLE ECHO ... WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mrs Heno (juenzcl and child- ren >;xnt the week-end visiting her parents. Mr ard Mrs Kay Aeker at Humble Mi> Stan Chapman attended nú Frank McDonald at Eustace l'huisday, Nouinb.r 10th. Anion 4 the Huskites attending th 1 l is - Music Association pre .senta'uon in Jacksonville Mon funeral service., for her Mrs. Dotson Hostess To Thalian Club Tho Thalian Club of Rusk met Thursday. 3 30 p.m in the home of Mrs. Allen Dotson with Mrs John Lester as cohostess. On ar- rival guests were served date meringue, salted nuts and cof- fee. In the absence of presiding of- ficers, Mrs. Henry Guenzel pre- sided at the business meeting. F'lans were discussed for increas- ing the membership, also the stag- ing of a Christmas party in Dec- ember. Rev Jewel McClure is to be the guest speaker at that meet- ing Thursday's program, "Trips of Interest in Texas for our Families", was given in two parts. Mrs James Fish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

f~ ■ ■ A.. HSpi Listen To THE Gigantic Football Spectacular A COUNTY-WIDE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP 71 F sta De ins Sa an Hi G< w Y A 1580 YOUR DIAL SPONSORED MERCHANTS the an POJ noi his ma hoi ivc gif I car sui ful 7.0! Ch no sti CO! Tí in( let ad po FC Sti la? at pi j pe pa su an D1 yo or iv yc b\ C(I so CI \v fa e* N b\ U w c H p c o a fj y ( f

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

ft. PAGE FIVE THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 17, 1960 Swap Shop Of Xmas Ideas Held Nov. 15 't'U / -u 1. . . ...... I ho (. hurokee County Chapter questinu a reporter be named to it the 1i\as School Food Sorvice sond all news from the organiza •if November 15th .it Joe Wrieht 'ion to the editor of the "News v'hool with 25 members represent Letter " m' c iuht schools A swap session was held, and 1 lie club \oted to brinu i^ifts for Mrs \'i\jan lleald began the pnv I ¿ i it' ! ^ ¡it Kusk State Hosp- tram by present inj* many ideas :';i' ,0 ihrir annual Christmas on Christmas decorations, also sev- '\irty, set this year on Tuesday, im! recipes for Christmas foods December 13!h at 6:30 pin in Mrs Florence Brittain gave a tl f Husk 111-'h Sc: '>1 cafeteria, sit': :cstion lor helping foods re- Phis is to be ,i covered dish sup tain color and flavor. " ' Mrs Mae Lani> presented a rec-i President Erma Iioss read a let- ipe for fruit salad and its special j 'or from the state president re- dre...

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

PASE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 17, 1940 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Approval of Amendments Pose New Issues, Decisions OKAYED AMENDMENTS POSEin Texas 3 LAND PROGRAM PICKS UP PROBLEM --On the purely state Some lawmakers gloomily and Since the voters gave it pormLs- voters' approval of the four privately predict that it will result sion Nov 8 to pay higner interest County Agent Stew* Lilly New Hope Community with Troy Croft and William Andcr son Co-President met for a cover ed dish supper nx*ntly Over 50 people attended and heard a very interesting slide talk by Mrs W F. Re a 1J on her recent trip to South America. Plans were made to collect Christmas Gifts for the Rusk State liuilding Committef in planning its I960 program of work made plans for a continuation of the Soil Fertility Program The Committee stressed the need for more demonstrations arid made plans to have demonstrations on <a'h major highway running through Cherokee County The Program will he continued as a joint effor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMSIR 17, 1M0 PAG€ SEVEN I m what Rusk Folks are doing Miss Wanda Westbrook of Dal- las spent the weekend with her father, J R. Westbrook and fam- ily. Jerry llassell, a student of Lon Morris College, spent the week- end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F F. llassell. Miss Nancy Verbick and a friend, who are students at Mary Hardin Baylor, spent the week- i-iid with Mr. >nd Mrs. Mayo Starkey. Mrs. Oscar Lindstrum and chil- j dren of Lufkin spent FYiday after- noon with her mother, Mxs. Win- nie Denton. Mrs. Denton aecom- lianied them home for the week- end. Mesdames Myrtle Meeks, Jessie I'hillips, and Molly Cassidy spent the weekend in Lufkin with their sister, Mrs. Liizie Fitzgerald. Gwynn Goff of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and OES Sets 42 Party Again, November 22 Rusk Chapter No. 79, Order of the Eastern Star, will sponsor a 42" party Tuesday night, Novem- ber 22nd, at 7:30 p.m. at the Nat- ional Guard Armory building. All proceeds will be ad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

* > I di THE CHEROKEEAN PAN 1WKT NOVIMM* 17, 10 SEAL SALE Young Victim Is First To Contribute Roads... (Continued from Piji 1) "We have a special problem," he remarked "In the consolida t on of schools, children have to be transported to towns over inadeq- uate and dangerous roads Etheridce explained that he was only seeking public sentiment concerning roads and their willing ness to pay more taxes to get them if the stale will not provide funds A third delegation appeared earlier in the Monday vision to explore further wolf-control meas- ure,1;. Thcry said the wolf menace is growing worse in the northeast of the county The growing amount of idle land is making an ideal situation ior wolves, safd one member of , the delegation. "They're getting oat of hand." Cherokee C o u n t y's 1060 Christmas Seal campaign was off to a heart warming start with the receipt of a check from Margaret Sue Clifton, ft ti s k young lady, who ih a recovered victim of tuberculosis Miss Clifton's was th...

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