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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE FIVE LOOKING AHEAD Two Ways To Roast A Thanksgiving Turkey New President Faces Greatest Challenges Home Service Department, oufih to drape down sides, lloast United Gas Corporation at 325 decrees See timetable bel It's time to refresh our memor- ow for cooking time. l)o not sear. By Dr. George S. Benson President — National Education Program Searcy, Arkansas MR. PRESIDENT: THE GREAT CHALLENGE With his inauguration next Jan- uary the new President of the I'nited States faces the greatest challenge that has come to any man in all history. This is the challenge of international Com munism which moves relentlessy forward on its mission to conquer i he world To accept the chall- enge, our new President must rise cans speak out and demand it. Two of America's truly great friends among the diplomats of the world .iri1 Dr Charles Malik of Lebanon, former President of the Tinted Nations General Assembly; and General Garlos I' Romulo, Philip- pine Ambassa...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 24. I960 Mrs. Guinn Attends Plan Session Alto Team Claims Seven 20-A All-District Positions JA.MKS Al.LK.N Lcf' < HO.NMK SMI ill ftrirl MIKK 'I'liKVATlUN Ufl Half I HA VIS SMITH ('enter DICK McfJAUOUKV Quartürb.'c k 4 Grab 3 Slots Qn 2nd Team Heid Tuel Mrs. Malcolm M Guinn was in Beaumont last week where she at- tended a meeting of the Program Planning Committee of the Epis- copal Church Women. The meeting wa.s held at the li-.:ne i f Mr-- James T Wright, chairman of Christian Education Services For Dr. R. F. Day (>r the Diocese of Texas. Other members of the Commit- tee besides Mrs Wright and Mrs. Guinn are Mrs. Clyde L. Shahan and Mrs Harris T Gregg both of Houston. Mrs. Joseph Wessendorff of Richmond; and Mrs George Heubner, .Jr , of College Station it A V TODD End ( IIAFU.ES DAVIS Itl^bt Guard STEVE Mi ( AIM Y Left Tackle .1 1 .VI llll.f, Right Tackle Hli.l.Y RCRT Right Half Se'.cii nierribers of the Alio Yel- lowjaeke'V 1900 I,¡ 'r: t Cham...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

lession pxas. the Commit- trht and Mrs. le L. Shahan regg both of Wessendorff Mr.s George ge Station VICE - IMPS INKS -ALS SEAN itted JARY I S3 r ING. 5« 98 5S| 00 00 iuiU 95 V'' •1 K & I THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER M. 1940 . PA0E SEVEN what Rusk Folks are doing Allen Ray, student at Texas eompanied her to Houston & will cnts, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Harvey I niversity, is spending the Thanks- visit her sisters, Mrs. Ottico Hous- Mrs. Joe Peacock accompanied givmg holidays with his parents, ton, Mrs. George Baird, Mr. Baird them to Tyler and visited Mrs Mr and Mrs. Knox Ra>, and will and Diane for several days. Lois Hjgginbotham. visit his grandfather, Dr. T II. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Crain of Mr. Walter Williamson from the Cobble who is recuperating from Jacksonville, Carol Ann Crain of tiuy's Nursing home will spend a mild stroke in Nan Travis Hosp- Port Arthur, and Burton Crain,' Thanksgiving with his grandson ital Jr. of John Sealy Hospital at Gal- and wife, Mr and Mrs Morris El-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PA6C ItOMT NOVIMUR K MC Life of Charles Post Presented, Study Club Mra. A. B. Hawi Jr. presented an interesting program for the Utile Dulce Study Club meeting, Tues- day, November 15, based on the life of Charlea William Post of what Rusk Folks ASE DOING Mr and Mrs Elbert flanks and children Richu? and Charlotte of North Dakota and Marie and Mari: r*.*tt Mcl^arnon at Richardson spent the weekend with thi'ir mother and grandmother, Mrs K R. Banks The Elbert Hanks fam ly werv enroot - to Lubbock where they will make their home Carole U-<' Cartlidge, student at Abi) -ne Christian College, is horn * frj- the Holidays with h -r parents, Mr and Mrs S I- K Cartlidtfe Mrs rarroll Timison of I.ufkin spent the weekend with her par frit1.. Mr and Mri <icnr:y Moor<* Mrs Odwn Norton, Mrs <•>■<,r Moore and Mrs f'.irroll Tirnisori v ere Tyler visitor. Monday Miss Flay Mack of Austin spent Ijfit weekend with her sister Mr<. f harlie Marshall Mr and Mr- Sim O'neal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

I ■ The Cherokeean Section 11 NOVEMBER 24, I960 Cherokee County Section * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS Alto Falls To Shelbyville In Bi-District Play Friday Dragons Triumph 20-12 To Snap Jacket Streak WE'RE GONNA Hit! Hard-charging Alto Quarterback Dickey McGaughey is just about to collide with a Shelby ville tackier. He gets low for the impact and to pick up maybe an extra one of those precious yards. Film On Fibrofis Shown TSCC A film on "Cystic Fibrofis" was shown to the Cherokee County chapter, Texas Society for Crippled Save With Classifieds Children at their Tuesday, Nov- ember 15 meeting. Mrs. Margie Hamlin announced that Art Garrett has accepted chair- manship for the Easter Seal Cam paign. She also announced that Mrs. Mary Skaggs will bring the chapter files up-to-date. The next meting will be in Jan- uary. ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! "" JÍ : MR. HOME OWNER ... BE PROTECTED! ✓ //./, / V'/ > ' >T y " / y paint now< with famous 6LIDDEN ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT LASTIN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

Rusk School Menu Monday, Novembtr 28 Vegetable Soup with Be«f IVanut butter and cracker Sand with Com Muffins Assarted Fruit Sugar Cookie* Milk Tuesday, Noverrber 29 Meat I-oaf Buttered Rice Green Beaas Hot Fio! 1 > Stewed Prunes Milk Wednesday, November 30 I.itia Beans with Ham frozen Spinach or (¡r<-«ris Spiced B<-<-ts Corn Muffins Plain Cake with Strawberry Topping Thursday, December 1 Cranberry and apple Crunch Milk Hamburgers Browned Potato*.- fruit Pie Milk Friday, December 2 Oven baked fi -:h or Steak patty B.'ik'fi corn Cohibí nation salad l af bread or (,'orn muffins ( ranberry •>:•([ Apple Crunch Milk FOREST NEWS by A 1, ODOM (Held from last week) Mr and Mr. C C I vie, Jr and chiklr'-n of Silsbee s[>ent Sunday with his pan r <v Mr and Mrs <' C IV!. Sr Mrs Nettie K Conn'tt and Mr ,i• <! M; !:nlx rt A .lari • of D.il ! i ; > .'it i .. week> nd with their moth' r, Mr , Tennie Jarnes Mr. and Mr Jim Bailey ->fh• rit the we i r.. nd with her b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches CAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Bation, Pastor bunday School—9.45 A.M Morn .ig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul it. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. \Ioj-ning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church 6.30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMO—? 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 Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7.30 P.M. Brotherhood, WMU—ri P.M. Wed. 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—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 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

ITS THE LAW Law Changes; Not Sky-High As Supposed You want the law to grow to meet new challenges, but you do not want it to change complete- ly. The law is like a boy it roust grow up to meet the char..;) :.; world, but you do not want it to change overnight. When you buy or -><11 a house you want the law to stand firm You do not want your deed upet by some new law overnight When you make a will you would like its terms earned out long aft<r you are gone In short, you do not want your law to upset your plans So vou want a stable law Yet the law cannot forsee all the changes that, are to come, and it must be able to grow and meet new circumstances Sometimes old rule*, in terms of modern life are too harsh and should !><■ changed lí i- a rood thing that our laws can rlw.nge by court decision, leg i-'ation e.r by constitutional am f rtdment Take an interesting caw until recently a fanner tc-lieved he own- ed his property rights straight up as high as he wanted to claim ...

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

r>,y^.. rH^ «'i .tti &l 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. 15 FREE GIFTS THIS WEEK We are receiving daily Lovely New CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE Won't you see our marvelous selection today and make your Christmas Lay-Away Fill In And Deposit At Webb's WEEK AT THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES AL VALUES ON MEN'S 'ANTS POLS >N and WOOLS lay Men's Store And Deposit At Knox Ray Beacon Blanket Sale For frosty nights, try this Therma- Weave Blanket by Beacon! Rayon and orlon blend — Size 72 x 90 - nylon bound, this blanket is allergy FREE, moth resistant and easy to wash! Fill In And Deposit At Mathews-Miller MOSELEY DRUG Is Now Ready To Help You Select Gifts For Every Name On Your Shop- ping List! See the many new and beautiful gift ideas ... on display at Moseley Drug Store Remember to register for our FREE GIFT. Fill In And Deposit At Moseley's Drug Store When a sportsman thinks o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

The Cherokeean PAGE TWO NOVEMBER 24, 1960 * EDITORIALS ★ The Drunk Driver Up ir. Dallas 'ht othnr flity, a jur. < \<1 a young man for nrirrler ¡ n a! ice, bt'Cau.-ho had t.a!•:<?.. the )if<; of ai ••'}.• as h. drove down the street drunk. Mji.vIx? th'.H is indicative of a public that, is awaken- ir¡g to the shocking, shameful conduc of .-.•jppOM? Hj sensible p -ople who claim th«* right to ii.se the same highway a. you arel I Both of us probably would applaud ti • statement of the Dallas prpsis utor. .Speak- ing to the jurj', he said, " I II Dallas County that a man can't grr drunk, drive his ear on a publi • ■ 'treet, kill an innocent, citizen and .■>.pe< t f.o go .scot-free bwau.s«? he hantfs hn I -ad and .-ays he's sorr>'." Society, which includes its eour s, has g'>t. to face this sorry me s. It's g 'tlinir wot>e More and more iiU;o wit people are an . th * li ■ n: If he'- ar avd rrii The (:•> • thoritv i. I-tii f' n • ; ¡ gh iii the mK'ht l:e' he s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

HE las r*,s. Iblic 1 the jing- le ral exas has has Icnic Jiing. Iiuip | arid Intic- pncst and ¡First m T CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE i$o s*#*"*** pSSSnmt íJ2 :'2&¡F -,3*x. JL . CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE "II m ■ Your Dollar Goes A Long Way AT RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" For The "Trade of Your Life' See Leeman Isaacs at RUSK MOTOR SALES Trade cars with a dealer who will set- tle for a small pro- fit. (r, FOR SALE: Two Farmall Tractors One 1-row, one 2-row. Both with disc, mower and equipment. Priced right. J. C. Williams, Phone MU 3-4444, Husk. 4-t-c 36 . 2e Feed-Wood-Hay FOR SALE: Wood, any length. Th. SII 3-2103. James Russell. tfol6 3c For Rent FOR RENT: 4 room unfurnished apartment in Bonner Park. Phone MU 3 4880, J. 11. Forster tfc-23 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home, fur- nished. Automatic washer. Inquire at Tillman Service Station, tie-14. Cherokee Feed Mills W. Rusk & Oak Jacksonville Cus...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EKrHT NOVEMBER 34, 1*60 Corsicana Downs Mesquite 20-6; Takes 8-AAA Crown CORSICANA — The Corsicana The star of the «ame wa the late in the .'-ond qu.ir'cr the Tigers downed the Mesquite Sk< et Tu'er-. h rrl hittwfi. P"wer driv Titers took the ball on th<-ir own ers 20-6 Friday muht to scu up int; 170 jun't senior fullhack i)on 17 >. 1 rrJ line and marchci yards the 8-AAA title The win puts the Fuller, who paced the Corsicana for their weond score Fulll..v|.- Tit ers into the bi district playoffs team with the first touchdown and duller and halfback W It Carlirr; with the Jacksonville Indians, the was the leading ground gainer iri tori carried the major load ;>■ the game. hall carriers on thi. drive and The Tigers started the scoring in posted several nice yardage gains the first period after Fuller ran The T I came on an eight yard hack a Mesquite punt for 24 yards pass from quarterback Torn Wilson and later scored on a II yard to end Ken Hamilton The...

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

. V; - fe# ■ City's Shops Scoop Santa, Begin Showing Season Gift Suggestions * There worr't be too many on your list, b it for the sal who has everything, The Dia- Tolands, faimous for dolls, this year features the walk- In the toy department of Childs Home and An'tw Supply, the shopper will find inst- il <sh v> thiQ UHl nmniior which w¡n pii it nlentv of comment is conversation ^ anc* kilkinjí kin<,8> wllich instantly capti\ate the little n.lun (ovs |)Ut this plastic clock which roally runs may also catch his eye. It's Onv of mom! Shop has this little number which will elicit plenty or comment as a conversation ladies All Wiree of these dolls walk . . . you guess which two 1 piece. Blends in beautifully with the shop's a ray of copper ware. are on display at Tolancfs. those items you've heard about that give "h >urs and hours of entertainment." Indians Set For Bi-District Encounter With Tigers STREET BEAT Hobby Kobbins will be playing with his parents watching for th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO NOVEMBER 24, 1960 Sharon Roark And Jeff Austin Jr. Vows Read In Nacogdoches, Nov. 19 Wedding vows wen* exchanged by Miss Sharon I/-i:;h Roark and Jeff Auiún, Jr in i double rin;; ceremony performed by Kevcr- end Charlie Lamb of Nacogtjiuehis assisted by the Reverend Louis Sada, Jr, pa-,tor of the C aldwell Meth. Church, and former pastor of the Fir-t Methodist Church of Frankston, Saturday, November 19. The wedding was performed in the First Methodist Church, Nacogdoches The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Carland Roark of 1323 North Fredonia, Nacogdoch- es The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Jeff Austin of Franks ton and ,Jacki onville The vows were read in a back- ground of cathedral tapers in gold and bronze candelabra flank ed by a gold cross and gold and bronze gladioli and chrysanthe- mums in gold urns J'yramid tap er arrangements in gold and bronze candelabra extended to the altar rail which was outlined with sroilax and tapers. Pyramid tap c-rs and...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

I Is fn- lin- lile pus- fov- pon- liay, |em- vith run- 7-AAA Champions 8-AAA Champions ALL THE WAY INDIANS! JOIN US IN SUPPORTING THE JACKSONVILLE "INDIANS Record 10 Wins - No Losses IN THEIR Bl-DISTRICT GAME WITH THE CORSICANA "TIGERS" FRIDAY NIGHT - 7:30 - IN CORSICANA Record 7 Wins - 3 Losses Lee INDIANS Offensive Starters OFFENSE Sammy Chandler Neil Quillin Frank Dublin Jimmy Connor Rusty Bradley Larry Lake Charles Holman Grady Rountree Bo Warren Robby Robbins Frank Peacock Wt. Pos. Defensive Starters Pete Lammons David Purifoy Ray Dudley John Jolly Wade Holman Clayton Fontenot Wayne Keriee Don Murray Jimmy Bass James Busby Shub Minter '"-'Í M* «*? Pi rasp* life pa ***&(>■ JACKSONVILLE INDIAN VARSITY SENIORS—These eleven boys are a big part of the backbone of the strong play that has put the Indians into the championship playoffs this year. Left to right (front r o w) David Purifoy, guard; George Causey, back; Mark Rogers, guard; Larry Lake, tackle; and James Busby, back ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 November 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGC POUR NOVEMBER 24, 1H0 Playoff Lineup tConttoved from Page 1) LaM arque (7-3. 244-125) vs Bay City (10-0. 851*74) at Bay City Fri- day night. Seffutn (100. 237 6) vs. San An tonio Sara Hooston (7 3 237 130) at San Antonio Saturday night Port Lavaca (9-1 312-66.1 vs Pharr San Juan Alamo (10-0 31'} 40) at Kingsvllle Friday night 0 Bi-District (Continued from Page two teams coaches fur use in pro Crams The Iridian* offensive unit averages 163.5 lbs. to 157 7 (or the Tigers and the defensive units will wen'h in at 166 and 162 5 with the Indians on top The winner of this jame will ■leet the winner of a i;ame between Carrol Hon of District 5 AAA and Greenville of 0 AAA that, ut being played Thursday ifUTnoon in Garland O INTERESTING FACTS Program means an organized massacre of a group or cLiag An average bal#1 of cotton weighs 460 pound . DEPENDABLE PHARMACY SERVICE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did Hi last prescription seem high priced? It may have been something n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

Micnr'm '>• P O Rex ¡V C ew 'Hound . . . Town ffioundaMout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news 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 per Copy HERE WE ARE AGAIN. WE'RE IN THAT "I can t-believe- ifs-almost-Christmas" season, and except for a half-score remainders, it surely wouldn't seem to be so near. VOLUME 113 26 PAGES DECEMBER 1, 1960 THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 24 IF YOU'RE ONE of those who ¡ust can't seem to tear loose from the rest of the year and get into Christmas, then be sure to view the city's big parade . . . ifs Friday at 3, and ifll be one of our biggest. MRS. W. H. HANNA is not pro- mising anything yet on the home- decoration contest, which we've been having for the past few y ears. The project has some difficulty, but hope to have the go-ahead an- nounce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

PA«e TI i r PUCD AkTF A W watch for thwn, to •*« th*«r comj- Eyr*- Blur 1 HL . IMA cal itde and enjoy them Y o u .Height 53' OSCtAABBK '« _¡.L1 .. ,„«.ll 0n. CllYlTlU *7w EAGLES ECHO might just as well, for they're go- Favorite Food ing to happen whether you gnn or Drink 0<ke Deviled Crab EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960 1961 Editor-in-chief A Militant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor grouch and it' much more fun to laugh' O SENIOR SPOTLIGHT GIRL Name .J.'ifiií Ann Jones N'u knarn'- 1/juic \ 17 Hirth'li'.;. \u':u.'.t 17 H,iir -Brown Car Mercedes 300 Color Blue F'lower Orchid Scent Topaz -,iir,: 'Hie Glory of I/>ve Sin;'er Maria f' a 11 a s Book 7 he Tontine Author Thomas li Costain Mov*ie Quo y ad is Actor I .a tire nee Harvey Actrea —Hixabeth Taylor Subject—Typing Sport -Baseball Boy—' Ba«time--Coing Ambition To b* ambitious 0 SENIOR SPOTLIGHT BOY N'ame (il<-nn Lloyd Nickname Blossom A i'.e 17 Birthda> M i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE THREE DECEMBER 1, 1960 1961 Poster Child for March of Dimes Is Victim of Two Grave Birth Defects / > v'.- ■■ fil This likeness of Linda Breese appears on millions of posters and coin collectors Linda Gail Breese, a pic- torial and high-spirited young lady of four, who lives in Columbus, Ohio, was named this week as the 1961 New March of Dimes National Poster Child. Selection of the vivacious child, a victim of the grave birth defects of an open spine and excess fluid on the brain, was announced by Basil O'Con- nor, president of The National Foundation, parent body of the New March of Dimes. Study and patient aid in birth de- fects and arthritis, together with continued work in polio, embody the expanded program of the health organization In January, during which the New March of Dimes will be held throughout the nation, Linda will probably feel she is facing mirrors everywhere she travels. That's because millions of posters will bear her like ness which, in dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

Sign of the '60s i HO ST * "f'! w" Mfyt >.Sfe"v <%! | S' Thanksgiving, Topic of Two Students BErPW Club Talk Thurs. °ot Nof;on°' Recognition THE CHEROKEEAN ay DECEMBER 1, 1960 PAGE FOUf WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING rnborsi <■ •rrtH ih K u-k > f J A- í' VN' 1 I lib a Th,'inn; rf 'jtiPi'li'iíi Thursda. Nov"ii !4th at. Q'¿¡nfori'Restaurant 11o tow la the rni • ■'iri; v >.hich r.i.jrkffi the ohs<;rvance of ,ur first Thank giving Day f im afraid that, in our National if'- ,ve hav" almost lost i.;ht of he ij{/<!Íicance of that f i r t fjiarik.-.iv/jr.:: forj^OttMi why >'.r I'ili'nm fath'T < amo to pstab- TK"J th i; ■/.' land h urch. ,i. we .ipproach this wa or. our mi/id- ir nation's early hi* i1 o memorial event Bazaar Features SH Items /or: often why they enrlure'l sur h hardships and privation why they F.acrifired o much to five their children a riiiht to wor .hip God as they p! >er), to thin!; for therns-;!'.es and to built} 1; -, . for I,hern,el e . ■' oi'a...

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