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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

A'.X ' Jfc * ^ "*• 4 fc ^ -f- -ite %■ ^ ' '' "•" i ■ ■ - i F Tr,wr r. -r .*■ i - r^^wn«vpip« I #■ '-Ji '#;- «sív i ' W "#= s* "^ • -if- ' , '-.*r iL' -J**- «¡/, ?r- l- ■ >€, • ^V. , vr-- > ^-'v :% ' '*• >A _1|^ A \Vr & NYLON SLIPS GIFT PRETTY NYLON TRICOT S L I P S IN AN ARRAY OF LOVELY COLORS AND WHITE! only 2.98 NEAT, TAILORED OP LAVISH LY LACE TRIMMED . . YOU I CAN CHOOSE FROM SO MANY [PRETTY SLIPS AT OUR LING iRIE COUNTERSI tlM HALF SLIPS 2.98 VALUES IN THE MOST OUT- STANDING COLLECTIONI LOVE- LY NEW COLORS . . . SOFT NY- LON TRICOT WITH JUST THE RIGHT TRIMMING! / ! it ' ¿i f t / I ,... / i H 'lh t ■ J -'-'A REG. 2.98 N-C,: & ry Say Merry Christmas With Gifts of Nylon! WALTZ GOWNS DAINTY, GIFT LOVELY GOWNÍ IN WALTZ LENGTH OR LONGS! ifx. mé*. X r' \ WARM, PULL LENGTH BRUSHED RAYON GOWNS AT ONLY . . . y* IX _ 3.98 GIFT ROBES FOR SOMEONE VERY SPE- CIAL SELECT ONE OF THESE SOFT AND DAINTY QUILTED NYLON DUSTERS ...THE COLORS ARE NEW AND EX- CITING! 4* ^ "la* 9.95 OTH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

Cotton Growers To Vote on Marketing Quotas December 13 Cotton growers will vote Decern ber 13 in their annual referendum Too Late To Classify K_N'APP Srioe Company wants salesman Full time or part time Liberal oerimLsaions, Monthly Bon u.s Free insurance, Field Train- in;- Inexperienced Considered No Ii vestment. LYNN STOKES, .'! 11Í! Monte Carlo, Dallas, Texas Tele phone FK 7.0489 3-t-f>24 FOR SALF. .'J female pointer pups, C months old. 14 ft truck bed with cattle frame. Chesley Richards (Atoy Community), Rusk tfc-24 FOR RENT: Small house Recently re decorated Ju.it off square in Rc-li Call or see Melvin Session, phones ('A or 57, Alto. 2 1p 24 to dfermine whether to u <• . tem of marketing quotas for th upcoming cp p if upland < 4;t ri < hairman W T Rofer of t >. < Cherokee County Agricultural bill/, lion and Conservation <orr; rnittee announced this week If approv< d in the r■ ■ f• ret.'! nr. 'he 4errt of quota . would apply- to the I'l'il f-ottiin crop T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

I* . aj ra i • K WELCOMES 10 ATTEND ITS ANNUAL ISTMAS PARADE AY. DECEMBER 2 AT 3 P. M. ANDS - DOZENS OF ENTRIES AND ilectric :iation >any laler Store .ynne Shop ducers ) West Side Barber b Beauty Shop First State Bank Member F. D. I. C. E. B. Musick Insurance Agency Citizens State Bank Member F. D. I. C. Gregg Insurance Agency Ham's Radio b TV Mathews-Miller Cherokee Co. Abstract Co. W. D. Bagley Insurance Agency Lovelady Dairy Treat O. L. Holcomb b Sons "x. «V mpm w m x Campbell Wrecking Co. Cherokee Service Station Edna's Beauty Shop Monroe Flower Shop Browning Grocery and Market P b P Drive In Grocery Moakes Beauty Salon E. D. Guinn Insurance Agency K-N Root Beer Drive In Cartlidge Drug Magruder's Beauty Salon Bearden Furniture Company Norton Furniture Company Brookshire Bros. Verdie Mae Banks Gro. b Mkt. J. C. Williams Rambler Dealer & Texaco Consignee The Smart Shop Ladies Exclusive Shop Manning Grocery Stovall Cleaners Zero Food Lockers Rusk Hotel b Coffee Shop Sears Ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE EIGHT DECEMBER 1. I960 what Rusk Folks are doing Mrs I-i«Tortcc Smith S|*'nt th*- weekend at Tyler iLsiting with h* r children Mr arid Mrs Henry Wegtbrouk of I.iifkspent Thanks::iv¡n>ith their parents, Mr and Mr-. Jm k Dover fnd Mr ./ Ft VVe-tbrook Mr- H'.mer fit-e and Mrs l¡ T Howard « re Tyler visitors Kr¡ day. Mr- Mary Hargrove <4 Fort Worth --'.i-, i guest of Mr and Mr I F Murray for the holidays She alio ... u*d her mother, Mrs Fred ".! ,i r.r in the Murray home Mr. I,«vie Small wood and sons Mike and Andy of I'a.sadena ith hi r |<;ir r! Manji -. in i.t, Mr and Mr he A toy rniiimuiui Mr K N' William of husk Am: Wiili.ii 'f baila, arid Mr and Mr- < .«era Id William-, of lauu' ifv. ai'i nded the wedding of Sherri Krazier and Travis William; in Waco. November 24 Visiting iri the (' N Williams, home over the holidays were Mr ind Mrs John II Williams of Highlands. Mr and Mrs <' F Dear of Atuy Mi-,s Ann Williams of Da! las and Mr and Mrs Travis Will...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

i i i 11 (1 í i THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 1, 1960 PAGE NINE what Rusk Folks are doing I>r and Mrs (ico. Francis and children David, Phyllis, Tim and ,Jim uf Austin spent Thanksgiving holidays in the Dr. Cobble home and visited their father and grand- father. Dr. Cobble, in Nan Travis hospital. Mrs. H C Edwards had as guests for the holidays her sister, Mrs. A P Haws and Mr Haws of Houma, Louisiana, and for Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Edwards and Bob, and Mrs. Ellen Brewster of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Benton and Mrs. J E Wallace visited the old Sta::e Coach Inn and antique shops at Salado, Texas Sunday. This Inn has been in constant operation for over one hundred years and is noted for its fine food. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hassell and sons, Morris Jr., and Charles, at- tended the Texas A. & M. game at Austin Thanksgiving Day. Robert Henry of A 4 M College, Bryan, spent the Thanksgiving holi- days with his mother, Mrs. Lois Henry. Mary Kate Guinn was a guest of Tier ...

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

FA&« TCM THE CHEROKEEAN CXC EMBER 1. )M0 'Friend of the Family Honored On Golden Wedding Anniversary DR AND MRS I M WATSON SR Hospital News Patient* in Hospital Mr Charles Curtis, Rusk; Mr i, R Conn, Alto Diane Cope I and, Rusk, Mr.> Carrie Holcomb Alto, Mrs Carl Sanders A baby b o y. Rusk, Mrs Millie Cornelius and baby boy, Rusk; Mrs George Heat ley, Rusk llamwn Black, Alto, Mr K B I-JJsk.Ru.sk, W K Ral,son, Rusk, Mrs Hoy re Bobbitt. Rusk; Mr J. K Surratt, Rusk, Mri Coy Spears, Rusk. Aubrey Criner, Ru.sk, I-ana Mae Krvin, Rusk I.aun V ■ Donald, Rusk. P« i«nts ditc+iarged: Mr J W Green, Jacksonville, James Spence, Rusk, Mrs I) I) Trotter fj baby girl 1'ialville, Mr I.i '.n Wright, halla., Mr. I .yd la Sides, Rusk, Mrs J a the s Scymori and baby {íirt Welts, Mr VS' A Murray, Rusk, Mr . I' K Huffman Husk, Mrs Zelphia Wilkes, Rusk. J I' Jleaton, Kusk, Mr Alvin Slu r man, Rusk. Mr I II Pitts, Husk, Mr Oliver Bridges, Alto, Mr, Wil lie Mettlen Rusk, Mrs II K Hud soil, Rusk, Mrs II...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

The Cherokeean Section 11 DECEMBER 1. 1960 • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS ¥ EDITORIALS Nebo Socialist Thwarted Box's Unanimity Chances Nebo had never «one Republic an, but neither had it ever gone totally Democratic, liut who, among the political strategists in Box 19, ever thought it would be a Social- ist that would stand between the precinct and unanimity? Back in the troubled decade from 1922 to 1932, when the pol- itical cauldron would frequently boil over, the folks out at Nebo tacitly went on voting, aloof from the turbulence and probably unaware that, as Nebo went, so went Texas—almost. Nebo doesn't vote any more as a voting precinct, but it still stands in the records as an ex- ample of the vagaries of voting. across the street or across the nation. Call Collect LY 2-4371 TYLER, TEXAS FOR FREE ESTIMATE n¡-> hayfloweb ÉÉÜ m mm m Like in 1922 Nebo wasn't excited, and the lackluster second primary produced only six voters. The political scenery had...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

I The Cherokeean LITTLE COLONEL By Bob McKinley_ ?AGE TWO DECEMBER 1. I960 * EDITORIALS * No Economic Dragon l| TATTOOING ^ by Pierre P i r,g Bel I "if asleep. The Democratic P a r t y organization, vari «us new commentators and the • asual observer wen too quick to compart- the Ken- nedy election with the "revolution" which swept Franklin Rooaevelt ir11 office, which sweep, in turn, lur&í him into -ottinj.: up a myriad of bureaus and agencies that wcr>- «ither imconHtitutiomil or wholly unwork- able Hxcept for a few holdouts, everybody Conceden that Kennedy holds a hair - thin pop'.lar vote imartfin over Nixon and that he has a safe electoral edtfe. Hut then? is no overwhelming mandatfj of the people to say that the nation should close bank.-., kill hoffs, burn wheat aad create bureaus. And s'-condly, then? is no cn.fin now. Let's beware of all attempts t/> manufacture ,[¡ i onoriiii (iraifon ju:Jt to show that the energetic new pn-.vi ! :.nt can da. hinffly t ride into t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

I WE TAKE OUR HATS OFF TO.... The Cherokeean Cherokeean Journal FOR THEIR OUTSTANDING SUPPORT OF CHEROKEE COUNTY'S DAIRY INDUSTRY DURING DAIRY MONTH THIS YEAR. These Two Papers Contributed More in Supporting the Industries' Dairy Month Promotion than any other newspa pers in Texas. (N TH£ Cherokeean and Star Journal * of the American Dairy Association advertising campaign with The Cherokeean and Star Journal were tabulated from actual lineage appearing in these newspapers during the JUNE DAIRY DAY promotional campaign. You can readily s ee by these results that the campaign was an immense is and a w«« investment. A MEASURE OF SUCCESS ...i., , > in Your ADA purchased 90 column inches of space in these newspa- _ pers. B\A both these newspaprs gave FREE COVERAGE, over and above ads, in the amount of 1 43& column inches. IN TERMS OF DOLLARS UocaHyWrittcn FontKirti And OthiM Publicity M6 Column foche* Editorial*: SO Column Ittcliok N«wt Pieture : 134 Column Inch** AdvertUinfl; S54...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

Santa Claus Has Already Been To BABCOCKBROS. AUTO SUPPLY and left many new and beautiful toys for you to select. Use our convenient Lay-Away Plan, and get better selec- tions, Early! Don't forjtl . . Register for our FREE Gift Certificate! BABCOCK BROS. AUTO SUPPLY Fill In And Deposit At Babcock Bros. Hi □ §M ia &\ 1 i 18 FREE GIFTS THIS WEEK New 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 TOl PRESENT TO WIN NO PURCHASE REQUII I 1 WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS - ENTER EACH WE Christmas Trees! We've Got 'Em! CHOOSE FROM OUR GREAT SELECTION TWO TO TEN FOOTERS $1.00 AND UP Ask about our CUSTOM SPRAYING SERVICE Mack's Bait & Tackle Shop HIWAY 84 EAST Fill In And Deposit At Mack's Bait & Tackle Shop NAME Gifts - Gifts - Gifts! Unusual and different gift items for joyous gift giv- ing this year . . . and at little prices! For instance, door knockers and telephone pad...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

w i it have to be ;nt to win iflse 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 Full-fashioned Sweaters in a precious lambs-wool-fur fibre blend . . . skirts and pant* in solid and plaid wool to match. Perfection for day-time, date- time, play-time. Sweaters 32- 40; Skirts and Pants 5-15. Webb's North side of the square Fill In And Deposit At Webb's Dress Shop / NAME ADDRESS CITY WEEK AT THESE PROGRESSIVE RUSK STORES CORDUROY Sport Coats MATCHING CORDUROY CONTINENTAL TROUSERS Knox Ray Men's Wear Fill In And Deposit At Knox Ray NAME NAME CITY CITY 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 Pause for a delicious drink or ice cream and enjoy Friendly Fountain Service AT ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

Gen.Romulo Warns U. S. To Be Alert by Dr. George S Benton, President Nettonel Education Program WE ARE LOSING General Carlos I' Romulo, jour nalist, soldier, statesman, former President of the United Nations General Assembly, has said, in a Reader's Digest article (November issue), something that needs to said by the United States Presi dent-elect, by every official of our government, and by every citizen, every parent and teacher a ri d school child in America over arrl over again until the fact i drummed into the intelligence of the nation. "At its rate of growth since World War II." General Romulo states, "the universal Communist i police state could come into being in crur own lifetime " He means that the farts show that Com munism can engulf the human rarr not just within the lifetime of our children but in our lifetime He means that within a relatively few years, unless we change our tactics Communism ran actually take over what I^enin called "the last has tion of Capitalism, ...

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

Jacksonville & Area Churches CHEROKEE THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 1, 1960 PAGE SEVEN £AST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST James Batton, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Murnr.ig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washtagton Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor bunday School—9:45 A.M. Vlorni.it? Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. ft'Mn—?• 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. NEW SL'MMERFIELD 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 Morning Worship—11 A.M Sunday morning Worship Service 'raining Service 7 P.M. 10:45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7:30 Evening Worship—7:45 P....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE TRADE t (*4 ti 'i* J ■ i ¡A - ■ -y CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE Your Dollar Goes A Long Way YOUR FORD DEALER Leeman Isaacs Trade cars with a dealer who will set- tle for a small pro- fit. SAFE TRANSPORTATION ot PRICES TO MAKI y*u BUY A SECOND CAR on a better on* USED BUT WITH LOTS Of USI US FT. ALL Of OUt CARS MCKO A HOMfil WOULD YOU PfcOVID! ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COM ST US. ROYAL TtRKS SSI ■. R * SMS lc. Autos For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cart it Bargain Pricat J. C. WILLIAMS Yaur Ramblar Dealer Ruth I FOR SALK Two Far ma 11 Tractors FOR RL.NT. ,"i room apartment, 'One 1 row, ono 2 row iioth with rur<-ly furnished. Walking distance mower and equipment. lYiced ,f t„wri Also furnished bedroom i n#M J C Williams, Phone MU /ora I'arks Ml.' 3 2254 day or Ml. ¡4444 Husk. 4-lc3fl ,'i 4021 night 1 t <• 24 n w i \\r J ur FOU RENT: Nice three bedroom 2e r eed-Wood-rlay bouse Close III, Call o...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

jj— ■ A WM^< -v -s<v ' ; ';\\ : ; SVÍ! %¡V;¿É1 The always practical Penney'a has the Christmas gift with "warmth" Western Auto appeals to the youngsters in hundreds ot ways. One of its Langs Jewelers appeals Permey's suggests an tUedric blanket, like this elite model, for comfort at your newer ones is this "Magic Etch A Sketch Screen . A twist of the dials has you wedgewood. The set here is finger tips this winter. drawing lines on the screen, and makin? pictures. Just a shake erases them, hnnc.i most any occasion. . -.'H asfcsV to the aesthetic taste in mint g een with a with thi.s set of imported unique design, made to en- Jacksonville Merchants Prepare for Gala Christmas Opening Celebration ■ Santa Claus Parade Saturday MIRRORS WHOLE SOCIETY, SAYS PASTOR Christmas... Is It A Paradox ? This is the first in a series of articles containing the thoughts of some of the city's prominent clergymen on Christmas. They sp"ak on what it is and in their cpiniont, what it ought to be. I...

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

PA6S TWO THE CHEROKEEAN DfCIMin I. 11 Indians Defeat Corsicana On Last Minute Penetration Buckeyes Of 16-AA Advance To Play-offs The Corsjcana Tifler had p<>s lington J'j t as Wilson started to next play session of the ball on their own pitch 'he hall linebacker Wade Hoi ♦8. the score was tied 7 7, t h e man hit him with a bruising arkle penetrations stood at 11, and the at;d the hall s.u!ed over 'i;trliri ; Tlpn lid ir. f.r-ii dowii 10 to 0 ton's head a. he wa l*>-infC hit by and loss «han two minutes remain halfl.a- k Jimmy fia .s The hall ed In the game Not an Indian fan bounced down field to the 3d ynr>i in the stadium that wr s packed line where it was covered by with 5.500 fans had any hopes of Wayne Kerw, an Indian line winning th • ¡'ame, but the Jack on barker inspired by this defensive nlle defensive unit never cave up play the Indian .' offense took over icd like champions capitalize.) on and made the (fame winning pene a hi? break that f -e f.he Indian.? ti '...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

1 Mr. and Mrs. Dee Taylor First Methodist WSCS Thanksgiving Program Honsred On Anniversary THE DECEMBER 1, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE THREE The Women's Society of I'hrist- Jesus W ith You." She told of how Mr and Mrs. Dee Taylor wer • honored on their Hole n Wedding Anniversary at the hi 'ne ••f their daughter, Mrs Pete T'uvletich and Mr Pavletich, Sunday. November 2:1 from 2:00 P M until 5 00 p in House guests fi.. the occasion M.ilcom Guinn, Husk, Mrs were the sisters of the honorees, Hennesst-e i; :i Service r.t the Kirst Methodist Church held tlK'ir Thanksgiving Pi .rar.i in the chapel, Tuesdav rrjoniinj;, November 22, at !> 30 a.m., following a qui.t time in ob- servance ot Thank, giving. Mrs. Fred Faust opened the ser vice by telling of the purpose of the Thanksgiving service. She read her scripture from Mark 4:2(3-321 Out i¡t town guests included. Mr an . .Irs A i> Taylor, Jerry ■nd T immy, of iieliaire. Texas; Dr. it (■ land Heckcom, G orgetown, Te.\,i-. M *s. Olive Taylor. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

3-A PI Sr i j \ A. >7/** •: \ .st M * *U *?*>"■ t.';... JSP rc " ^ ¿ •, THE MERCHANTS Of Jacksonville v INVITE '' ' V. f ¿éfp? YOU TO THEIR IK CHRISTMAS OPENING The SATURDAY - DECEMBER 3rd BIG PARADE -10 a m - FREE SLEIGH RIDES aii doy Visit These Business Establishments While You Are In Town Jacksonville Brake and Alignment Service 905 S. Jackson Phone 7169 Jacksonville Motors Authorized Buick Dealer Henderson Hwy. Phone 8171 Barney Baker New & Used Cert Child's Home and Auto Supply Your F i rest one Dealer 113 Commerce Phone Mil Alexander Motors International Harvester Dealer SIB E. Commerce Phone 1222 . Walters Feed b Seed Store Feed -Seeds-F ert 111tors Jacksonville Gould Monument Works C. C. Blllott and C R. Thompson S00 W. Lariat* Phone 92*4 Parker's Flower Mart Bill Tranthams Humble Station Friendly Service 440 S. Jackson Si; S. Boston Phone Mil Phone 8646 Ray Smith Gulf Service Station 301 N. Bolton Phone 8922 The Diamond Shop Jewelry-Gifts Jacksonville Green Tract...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 1 December 1960

3-A PIAYCCF OOUHDMP Favorites Have Rough Going In Bi-District Contests I'ho lop r. ed tpains in -'iant turned un the offense to 'A !■:•'' ■ r<. "h «vceriend in ihe down Carrollton. a team that had first round of the state champion- h\n undefea'cd in it.-, hist 17 -hip playoffs Ti p rank d Jackson- oultn::s, by a 33-6 s« .-.re Creen- x ille squeaked by Cor.-.: ma. win-. ville stored a touchdown in the nin;: on penetrations Numb, r two first period, a safety in the sec- ranked I lay City fell to underdog kiMarquc Third ranked Monah- aus (ame from behind to down l.cveliand. Fourth ranked Carroll- ton was upset by Greenville. In other sames Brown wood downed Snyder, Cleburne topped Hunts- Mile, ó am Houston of San Antonio 168 points while allowing 75 dumped Seguin, and Port Lavaca defeated Pharr-San Juan Alamo. Monahon* 32—Levelland 14 Monahans, the champions of 1- AAA recovered three Levelland tumbles and intercepted four pass- es to come from behind two times in defeating the 2 AAA...

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

PACE SIX 700 NEW BABIES A DAY THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 1. I960 For Every Death, 3 New Texans Arrive From the Sur Health Dept It may have sO'-miti tough to think of many thjncs t/> !*• thank ful for las'. *ifk during those om mfMi* timev, but a look at Texas G.W. Waites Succumbs Mr Geter W Waites. 63. di<wj ut his home on Route 2. Jack r«ville Texas. Saturday, November 2f>, .<( 6 45 A M . after a sudden illries- Funeral services were conducted at 2 00 P M Sunday, .November 27, in the Oraiiard Spraggin.vSwof ford Funeral chapel with K <■ v Charlie Alexander, i lev J'. A I'at ton, and (lev Bennie Waller, of ficiatinii Burial wa.s in the Mixon Cemetery Mr Waites, a retired carpenter, was a member of the Nazarene Church at Mt Hope, Amerh in Ugion Lodge and (Jdd Fellow, I<odge of .Jacksonville Nephews .served as pallb* an r. Survivors include his wife, Mr Earnestine Waites of Jacksonville, two sons, FUlfun Watte and liarles Waites, Ixjth of Jacksonville, two daughters, Mr...

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