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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

The Cherokeean Section II NOVEMBER 17, 1960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Man Loses Life When Big Truck, Little Car Collide I he ¿run and bizarre in mod- near Wells early last Friday morn- ern highway drama was portrayed ¡ ing when a tiny little ear rain- CARBON MONOXIDE Silent Killer May Be Present In Your Home AUSTIN Forty-four persons died in 1959 from poisoning by gases and vapors. More will die this year, says the Texas State Department of Health, by careless use of winter heating facilities. Some will die without waking from these silent killers Some of those who died in 1959 did so because gas jets were not closed tightly or capped when in disuse. Rut most poisonings are the direct results of carbon mon- oxide -the silent killer During the chilling days of win- ter. hardly a week goes by that someone somewhere in Texas does not die from carbon monoxide poisoning. Such deaths come under the broad heading of "accidental", but a more apt h...

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

I The Cherokeean STATE CAPITAL NEWS IITTIE COLONEL By Bob McKin MGE TWO NOVEMBER 17, I960 * EDIT ORI ALS * The Frontier-Type Farm Talking about "New Frontier-." wart exciting, even anesthetizing. Hut always there carnes the occasion for m ''ting (arri- món sense face-to-face. And that calls for more than make-up and catchy phrases. The overriding issue in th<- late presi- dential campaign wa.- a supp< erlly deterior- ating teonomy and this, to a large extent, was laid at the door ailing agrie i it.¡re. What does 'he new administration propose to correct the ills oí agriculture. First, according to -Mr. K<*rrriedy's book- let. AGRICULTURE POI.ICIKS FOR THE NEW FRONTIER, the new Den;-* ratio a/lrn- inistration is concerned with restoring the "family farm." For the past 20 > r more years, Cherokee County has also been c <• ri- cerned with th;- fiminifthing family farm But the local attitude ha- he-en that fh ■ wa* a direct and irreversible reaction to agricul- tural deve...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE jg] «# CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. 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 Finance On Liberal terms" RUSK MOTOR SALES Hiway 69 At The "Y" Rusk, Texas One 1 row, one 2-row. Both with bedrooms, hardwood floors, venet- disc, mower and equipment. Priced ian blinds Wightman Lane. Call right. J. C. Williams, Phone MU Gladstone Thompson, MU 3 2222 or 3-4444, Rusk. 4-t-c-38 3 4067. tfolS 2e Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALR: Wood, any length. Ph. SH 3-2103. James Russell. tfc-16 FOR RENT. 2 bedroom home, fur- nished. Automatic washer. Inquire at Tillman Sorvice Station, tfc-14. Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk & Oak Jacksonville Custom Grinding Mixing - Molasses All Kindt Of Stock Feeds FOR RENT: Nice three bedroom house. Close tn. Call or see B. A. King, 31...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

If / '• i ■! v t> NEW! the amazing fingertip-light luggage Ultmlite \y < y r : r '¿S~ \ • \' t"Z " ■ ^ Samsonite i'\ Mog«oi w Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller NAME ADDRESS CITY ¡it m mtmi 1 ¡V 0 ) KTO- ( . Ur m 18 FREE GIFTS THIS WEEK Ne w Prizes each Week. Just fill-in and clip the coupons on these pages. Leave them at the store giving the prizes! New Prizes-New Coupons each Week. you DO NOT HAVE T PRESENT TO WÜ NO PURCHASE SEQU WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WEEK, | 1 i AUTOMATIC Electric Can Opener Will Make An Ideal Christmas Gift This can opener compares to $24.95 seller only $19.95 Chapman Pharmacy Fill In And Deposit At Chapman Pharmacy NAME ADDRESS CITY JUST ARRIVED! SPEIDEL'S NEWEST STYLES IN THE TWIST-O-FLEX WATCHBAND Priced from 4.95 up Henry's Jewelers Register for our FREE GIFT! Fill In And Deposit At Henry's Jewelers CITY II! I Shop these Holiday Bargains at COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Restwell Electric Blankets T win Size 12.98 Double, Single Contr...

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

i i D i NOT HAVE TO BE SENT TO W!H CHASE REQUIRED Coupons in today's paper must be deposited be- fore 4:00 P.M. Saturday when drawing will be held. Enter each week you may win several prizes. 18 FREE GIFTS THIS WEEK It's magic . . . the way you can mix-and-mate the Orion® acrylic novelty sweaters with the fine wool skirts and pants. You always have the perfect outfit for every day- time, date-time, play-time occasion. Fresh color collec- tion; sweaters 32-40, bottom* 5-15. Fill In And Deposit At Webb's NAME ADDRESS CITY EEK AT ALL OF THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES MEN'S Reversible Jackets Regular $10.95 Now $7.95 BUTTON Jackets reg. $10.95 now $6.95 See our big selection of ducks back hunting clothes, boots, caps and socks Knox Ray Men's Store Fill In And Deposit At Knox Ray NAME ADDRESS CITY Santa Claus Has Already Been To BABCOCK BROS. AUTO SUPPLY and left many new and beautiful toys for you to select. Use our convenient Lay-A way Plan, and get better selec- tions, Early! Don't for...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

Rusk School Menu Monday, November 21 Barbecued Wem. r> >n Ru¡:> Creamed l*r>tatt>«"> Combination Salad Banana Cake Milk Tue*d y, November 22 Macaroni and Chee.se Pinto Beans Seasoned Mixed (ireens Candied Sweet Potatoes Corn Muffins Milk Wednesday. November 23 Turkey and Dressing Orange Cranberry Salad Green Beans Celery Stick Ijouf Bread Apple Sauce Cake Milk 0 IT S THE LAW Sales Pitch Usually Not Actionable You see much of human nature thining through our law-. Puff ing" is a case in point Your salesman may get carried away and claim too much for hn product Sometimes you r.in for'e hirn to make good ori his claims, or give your money hark But not if he was merely puff ing." Puffing is not true war- ranty Suppose a salesman claims that 11 you buy his car whammy The girls will come running f■ >r dates That is puffing An opinion at ln-st Anyone should know better than to believe it Anyhow, no court i. likely to foree thr sales man to make good his claim But suppo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches cast «de assembly of coo James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. MurnLig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. first assembly of god 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor 6unday School—9:45 A.M. Moaning Worship—11 AM. tbildren's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—7:15 P.M. Tuesday W ednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—8:45 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. W ednesday 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 Unloa—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. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. Choir Pra...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

ft I i FAGC EIGHT THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 17. 1H0 In & About Alto Tracy I> Pearman and Harold Parker oí Houston spent the week end here with their parents. Mr and Mrs Tracy Pearman arid Mr and Mrs Dan Parker Mr and Mrs Elbert Muckleroy of West Monroe. La spent the weekend here with Mr Muck 1 c- roy's sister, Mrs E B Bullock and family Mr and Mrs A 1! Bullock and daughter, Gay, and Mr Bill Muck leroj of Tyler spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs K B Bullork and other relatives Mr: ' "f ríe- I, Miller of Alto and Mr- Hughla Mae Manning of Ru.sk s¡xTit the weekend in Hou. ton with Mrs Delia Bowen. O I. Smith of Marlow, Okla was a business visitor here Ttyjjrs- day and Friday Mrs Myrtle Covington of West Columbia is visiting relatives arid friends in and around Alto this week Mr and Mrs Joe Fred Co* per spent several days last week in New Iberia, la visiting their daughter Mrs Jimmy lavender and family Mrs R R Johnson and son Ford, visited her daughter Mr Wilma Bay and Mr- Hubert Dr>...

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

IP K, TEXAS City To Entertain Alto - Shelbyville In Bi-District Clash Friday; Local Gridders Prep For Playoffs Indians To Meet Winner Of Corsicana-Mesquite STREET BEAT The Cove Springs Methodist Church vuLl stage a Rummage Sale, Saturday at the Newton Wallace Shed. A variety of items will be offered for sale and all of the pro- The Jacksonville Indians put the , final clincher on their bid for the , District 7-AAA crown Friday night by crushing the Nacogdoches j Dragons 21-6. The victory gave the i Indians their tenth wins in as ; many starts, one of the best re- team in cords for a Jacksonville i local football history. The district title and the un- blemished season record are re- sults of a football rebuilding pro- ceeds will go to the church's build- ,,ram that has boon going on in ing lund . . the Indian camp for the past three ,, years. Coach Dick Sheffield and A total of 75 Jacksonville Mer- hifc assistants have put togctheP chants joined the Cherokeean Star a wt>u balance...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO NOVEMBER 17, I960 Gilmer Trips Mineóla to Win 16-A A GILMER — The Gilmer Buck eyes won the District 16 AA title here Friday n¡; ht by downin:: the Mineóla Yellowjackets 29 12 The Buckeyes will meet Ter rell in the hi district playoff A ■-ite f"r the fsmc wili be decided Saturday Both teams entered test a i? h 3 0 di-tri' for a period they Then Gi!'-i'-r to jurnp into a lead. Quarterback tossed a vreen pass to Ma If hack r t <• Hermann who went 13 yards to u-or<- the con- rt records, and played evenly '-rrirk t w ¡ c e 14 0 halftone Jerry Fielden DEPENDABLE PHARMACY SERVICE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did th t IttT pT crlp ion **m hljjh pric«d? h may hav b*«n somothmg n w . . . noi ytt man produc«dl Penicillin w % vary eoitly, when n«w, but new ¡ft mexpeniivel Y oj cen't gum preicription coit , buf you cei depend on u« tor fair price at PHONfe mA May Drug Inc. Larlita if Ftagidil* Jacbtonvlll* r Corsicana Shuts Out Athens Corsicana clobbered Bay Ci...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

vn against to Danny ¡, five ex Cats his spurs throwing ley :e ranee XND IS • • . • - ■ ' - I IKS I INDIAN SCORL Halfback lío Warren noos over from the four yard line lor i he first Indian touchdown in the ííame with Nacogdoches. An unidentified Dragon tackier is coming in for the kill but he was too ¡ate. White Oak Wins 18-A Crown WHITh OAK (Spl.) — White slate for the season. Oak's Roughnecks wrapped up the White Oak ran up a 27 0 lead 18-A title Friday night with a re- before Hallsville scored and held sounding win over the Hallsville a 33-8 bulge at the half. Bobcats James King tallied on a one- The Necks finished with a yard quarterback sneak, James 4-0-1 district mark and a 9-0-1 Woods intercepted a pass and ran it back 33 yards for a score, and King passed to Mike Woods for a conversion to give the Rough- necks a 14 0 lead in the first period. Mike Woods went six yards for a tally with Pat Stiles kicking to give the Weens a 210 lead and King made it. 27 0 with a three- yard ke...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

y The JACKSONVILLE INDIANS CHEROKEE COUNTY'S UNDEFEA ^ TO THE Ira 'I z ' I ' • v 4; I í -M <A: S¿ a - M CHAMPIONS DISTRICT 7-AAA .<s5- TOMATO BO ^%V FRIDAY-7:30 P.M. FOR THE Bi District Playo| ALTO YELLOWJA REPRESENTING DISTRICT VS SHELBYVILLE DRAl REPRESENTING DISTRICT Jacksonville Is Honored T< Host For This Big G< LISTEN TO THE BIG COUNTY WIDE FOOTBALL ROU Alto Pep Rally - Comments By J'ville & Alto Coaches - Talks By School Sponsored By Your Friends Andl Coleman Lumber & Supply Building M teri lvDutch Boy Paint 463 Alabama Ave. Phone 9137 Frostop Drive-In Root Beer-Sandwiches tM fu btfofi I offer the ton*o Southwestern Electric Service Co. Reliance Radio & TV Service Service A Repairs Hoffman Sale & Service Commercial Printing Book Store Hilliard's Jacksonville Drug Drugs-Gifts-Prescript ions Jacksonville Jacksonville Brake and Alignment Service 90S S. Jackson Phono 7169 Jacksonville Motors Authorized Buick Dealer Henderson Hwy. Phono 1171 Jacksonvill...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

FEATED FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS rHE ) BOWL 7:30 P.M. THE k Playoffs WJACKETS DISTRICT 20-A E DRAGONS DISTRICT 19-A nored To Be The 's Big Game The ALTO YELLOWJACKETS m CHAMPIONS DISTRICT 20-A ROUNDUP ON KTLU-1580 - 3:30 to 5=00 PM FRIDAY y School And City Officials - Starting Lineups - An All Time Big Show ds And Neighbors In Jacksonville Mexander Motors iternationel Harvester Dealers tree Phone 8222 Home and Auto Supply Your Firestone Dealer Phone 8811 Marine b Supply Co. Boato-Motors-Suppl tes Grossman T ractor Co. =ord Tractor Sale* A Service Jacksonville he Diamond Shop , Jewelry-Gift Jacksonville loe's Drive-In Acres* from Tomato Bowl :sonville Slaughter fir Processing Co. onville Wrecking Co. Oaed Auto Part* oper Rubber Stamp Co. Service In Cherokoe County" Phone 8068 Nichols Studio Phetogragher*-P ertra It* Jacksonville W. E. Pierce Lumber Co. Building Materials and Supplies Henderson Highway Phone 7175 Jacksonville Flower Shop 211 E. Larissa Phone 6215 The Sport Shop Men'* Clothin...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

PACE SIX THE. CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 17, I960 Mrs.Murphy Jackie Martin Wed To Hostess For Kenneth Baird, Qcf. 29 Study Cluo First Methodist Circles The former Miss Jacquclyn Martin became the bride oí Ken neth Baird. Saturdaj October 2# The weeding was performed in the Kir t Methodist Church. (In Oklahoma wi!h the !!• • Webb of finating The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John ft Martin of Concord She is a graduate of Carlisle High School and Tyler Junior College, where she was a member of the Apache Belles She is now employed with Cruted Gas Corporation in .Jacksonville Mr Baird is the son of Mr and Mrs Walter Baird of Pric He is Joe Wright PTA Hears Mr. Huttash The .loe Wright Parent Teachers Association heard Mayor Robert. Huttash speak on "Basic Human Needs, VS hat are Phcy at their Thursday afternoon, November 10, meeting. The third grade students of Mr Anderson's and Mrs ttobinson'. third grades presented a Thanks giving program, also Mrs. Green's fifth grade room mothers ser...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

W$$M ipon daily washing ms should sufficient about 130 lost—about \¿'¿ gallons it gallons Igas water |ve proved cost, ¡petroleum :r exhaus- ir LP-Gas ■e. Homes \g LP-Gas lge, corn- models— Ige rooms, ds 61 IUR NG tub Now ¡check in it for (hopping. Official Board Meeting, First Methodist, Postponed The regular meeting of the Of- day night, November 21st, accord- Members are urged to make note I ficial Board of the First Methodist ,, .. . „ ,, , ... Church scheduled to bo held Nov * ° Jam" " R^av,Ue,; of this change and to be- present ember 16th was postponed to Mon- Chairman l^e Board at the meeting on the 21st. Our Hats Are Off To CHEROKEE COUNTY'S TWO FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS THE JACKSONVILLE INDIANS and THE ALTO YELLOWJACKETS BEST WISHES To Both Teams IN THE PLAYOFFS 4% BUTTERFAT 'icSmE MILK Penney's ALWAY S ' f !R SI O U A ll T Y i NOW CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S open your Penney Charge Account Today! Budget-First Quality Sheer, Seamless, Gaymodes Sheer ««amies* nylon , high in beauty appeal...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAM ttwrr NOV«M M 17. 1M« J'vllle National Guard Rated Highly Outstanding First Revaluation . . . (Continued from P«9« ') Officials pointed out that this is not a blanket tax raise They termed xt a project to make taxes more equitable There has been rio broad equalization moves since about 1940. and officials said they believed the project itself had the support of mo«st of the property owners involved. At issue late last week was the awarding of the contract. Cook this week defended the move He said the school and city had investigated the firms which submitted bids and had determin ed that Industrial Appraiser* wa* best qualified for the loeal work They had replies from rltie,s which had used the various firms They included Deer Park. Orange and Waco Cook said that the city had fol lowed the leadership of the school board in the move, but that it con curred fully on every point of the program Supt Hill MauWlin was not available for further comment early this week ("...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

I 'Hound . . . Town 9iitfi ffiaundaJliaut TOWN WAS ALL set to cIom| up for Thanksgiving Thursday ... i but if* really only the beginning | of a long season of events for the local area. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TL XAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18i7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Mm c Mce & Sfclw Micro ' rvr n r\ n v ' 10' per Copy VOLUME 113 20 PAGES NOVEMBER 24, 1960 THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 23 FOR S43.913 FOLKS WILL BE busy for the next 20-odd days getting ready for Christmas. The town will break out in festivities next Fri- day with the annual Christmas parade . . . THIS EVENT always brings in lost of people . . . means a lot to us, and the one this year prom, ises to be good. ON THE SUBJECT of Christmas, the first of Rusk's weekly Trea- sure Chest winners appear in this paper . . . c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN 9M* TWO NOVEMBER 24. 1*40 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor i*<hief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation ManaijfT Assistant Circulation M^r Sports Kflitor Assistant Sports Kditor Feature Editors 1960 1961 Linda Watson Mary Maitland J'idy lianks I>r>nard Berry Uavld Black Hobby I-onR Jimmy Ramey Sonja Wilcox, Brent Sponsor South, Dan Cook, Janis Jorw.H, and fil'-rin Lloyd Mrs Lewis McCarroM Snooper Branda Turney was with Eddie Boyd Saturday ni«ht These AJto hoys s pm to he taking over R H S girls these days Mollie Trotter and Wayne Spears went to Jacksonville to see Alto and Shelbyvllle play for hi district Saturday night Kherrell Bothwell had a date with James Archie Norton Wednesday- night They double dated with Arlt-ne Shankles and I-arry Talle- A very nireiooking couple at the concert Monday nir.ht was Mr Theriot and Ann McKellar We think she's pretty too' It seems Mary Morrow had an important visitor for Daingerfield Wednesday Could it have Ix...

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

urner üd •8* 3) IY ITt )5 I 9i m !3i ET THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 24, 1960 PA0E thRE6 EAGLE ECHO ... .V.r.hfH' An or Ac' r. , - Suiijt.Lt Sport Ft, Bo; W;.. Pa.1:!; Paul j Oí-' Kn, Fcolb ;i. tit- Da; ..ret > V'W uu;li it- V.'eodw .,rci ItSh ^Continued he i I ms finish coliche —O— SENIOR SPOTLIGHT BOY Name- Wayne Spears Nickname—Butterball Age— 17 Birthday--December 1 Hair— Ked Eyes—Brown Height—5'10" Favorite Food—Steak Drink—Coke Car—Chevrolet Impala Color—Blue Flower—Rose Scent—My Sin Song—Last Date Singer—-Fabian Book -From ihe Terrace Author- D. 1L I^aurence Movie- -Come Dance With Me Actor—Kirk Douglass Actress—Briggette Bardot Subject—Cirls Sport Basketball Ctrl Mollie Pastime- Meditating Ambition- Pass Algebra II WANT ADS Wanted—a muzzle to put over Jimmey Ramey's mouth during shorthand and bookkeeping. Con- tact Mr McCluney. Wanted one tall, shapely, blue- eyed blonde, preferably sixteen years old. Contact Charles Echols. Wanted---Someone to forge an F to an A on report car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR IN JACKSONVILLE NOVEMBER 24, 1960 FOREST NEWS Daffodil Club Has Meeting, Sherman Home First Methodist Meet For Bible WSCS Study STARKEY PEACOCK CIRCLE Mr- Hilly P.royles served as bos RODGERS-McKINZIE CIRCLE Th'-re were eighteen member present when the Rodger* McK in less for the Starkey-J'eacx. k < ir<l> tie Circle of the First Methodist of the F irst Methodist W\í> (. S W.S.C S met with Mrs. M C. Moore Tuesday morning, November 15 on Tuesday. November 15 The final program on, "0 n i> As mission study leader for the World, One Mission," was given Jacksorivill circle, Mrs Moore had planned by Mrs Wayne Ralston, with R J Harrison and Neal New- visitors in Wells Tuesday land were business visitors in Alto Mrs. Joy I vie Ballew of fioerne, 1 uevlay Tex , who has been visiting her Mr f'.thel I>i'key of Alto visit parent Mr and Mrs V <" [vie, ed h< re Monday with her unci ;. Sr went home Monday Mr and Mrs Jim Bailey and Mr, vir and Mr Ff^b...

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