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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

Ruth Naomi Class Has Wedding Vows Solemnized By Mrs. Annua! Christmas Sodas Beryl McCarroll And J. J. Pickle DECEMBER THE CHEROKEEAN 22, 1960 PAGE SEVEN f.I'i pellowship rmhcr 18. .Mrs Ou n V drcd Arnold r> ■ pared tin m ft - ( I t« I U in- and V ■ •is. {J the «if! i'xehar.ue, ; rv p m d 'i i ■ Civ- il d beau tree f t s IT! •i t.l and placed them u:x' r a vr tifully decorated Christinas Also, they received the r i brought fur the class' Christmas Cheer basket for a most worthy family. Mrs. Glenn Haberle had charge of the Kuth N'anmi Class truest re- gistration book Twt nty nine mem bers attended this social. With Mrs Carl Schultz at the piano and Mrs .1 I) I/>we leading, the class sand a number of Christ- mas carols. As an impressive mes- sage for the afternoon, Mrs Arch Pearson gave Kuth and Hilly Gra- ham's OUR CHRISTMAS STORY Gifts from the tree were distri- buted and enjoyed following the Christmas program. There was a brief business ses- sion at which Mrs. Jennie Rives ma...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

PAG« SIGHT THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER , IHO 4 City And County Mark Successful Year Of Progress In 1960 AWATÍI) John Artettrn <"¡1 nxi.t.) rif-ivr* a v.ri.st wau 11 j r«- <•/, ■ , ,u- an award for twooty-fivr y>nrA of ftervio at the T ;xa.H Hank and Trust. ('<trr,!¡>any from f. K. Afk*t, chairman of tin* Hoard of th't han and a ( hriritnuis Party, Mon'lay nitfh* Buy Or Sell Through The Classifieds New Finishes For Mahogany Palestine . ■I- " 9p* . J : sdmm " ''Mil (Continued from P ge 1) wi-x of this ret,or*. the Aulhorii) bo.ird init/11 r t«• f 1 itf. maaatfer to I11- tt 111 jt<■ i>ro' iM-fJin¡;.s in eminent domain to acquire surface; title to the land in <|iicslion The f.rnl .111 t.s were authorise) in Cherokee arifl Henderson Cuan- tíe',. tnit is was stated that therft is 1 |io%sil>ility that additional suits will tie fill d later In Anderson and Smith eouritie-;. provided the authority and landowners cannot a Tee on fair values of land involv- ed The author...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

Building & Loan Assoc. Holds Christmas Party The Employees, their wives and husbands and guests of Jackson- ville Building and Loan Associ- ation were entertained with an an- nual Christmas party at the home of Mr and Mrs W. E. liailey on O'Keefe Road Thursday evening, December 15 at 7 00 p m. Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Bailey and escorted into the family room, where a huge Christmas tree, beautifully decor- ated, predominated the atmosphere. The Christmas motif was shown throughout the home, with the CHRISTMAS ANY thanks to our customers for your steady support during the past year, and many sincere wishes of the sea- son to all. Be seeing you Boon! Green Tractor Service Jacksonville, Texas centerpiece on the buffet table being a large Christmas candle surrounded by gold and silver Christmas ornaments. After dinner, gifts were distri- buted by the host. Those attend- ing were: Mr. and Mrs. George L. Barber, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Gaughey, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hunt...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 72, 1*0 PAGE TWO / ■> 4 V .! tí I ^ I Hill.' .A V ■. ár >i «, 0,j :> Zoos Are As Old As Recorded History Jjj|j|M Doróte K 11 i r i Y lly l.illi.n. VI Mili hf 11 f r,. r<- the rr, • y h<>r thr ■ it i'.nh p ' ilVCf .¡fiK'' sorry," ! i.-iid ovf-r '••J ¿en't it'.inK to it for Chrlstrriiik . rfr" just .i shfft Kva had <-x Miriam Alvarm and gaily I.orsch, employees •/ tb« New York Telephone Company, are surrounded by Ihe dolt* the worker* dis- tributed last year to 95 of New York'* charitable institution* It was Mi af the largest collections la the annual affair's JS year history. ü^iSTmaj May the true «pírít oí ChrUtmas fill tho «ír . . . may the benefit! linger on through- Out the holiday teaton and the year to corne. Walter's Feed and Seed Store JACKSONVILLE, TEXAS ■ Tiar>v y.i si'ttlr.K. the a. i . It ;i;l t'i !«■ f r • I m .10 ten: rn'ith'T harl phorir ' W'- ; be able to rr ;ip-< dinner The ri,;¡<l Ot ire "Oh. Mother claimed It xr...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

W£ WANT TO THANK AIL OUR FRIENDS TOR THEIR FAVORS AND PATRONAGE Wm. S. Gober Wm. S. Gober, Jr. Representing Southwestern Life Insurance Co. Jacksonville, Texas SEASON'S GREETINGS \ BEST WISHES FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR. Henderson Humble Station 202 N. Bolton St. Jacksonville, Texas ¡'Yle/ViAj May the spirit of the first Christmas enter all our hearts now and throughout the com- ing year. Jacksonville Insurance Agency Sam A. Cobb Jacksonville, Texas Wishing You HAPPY HOLIDAYS T\e Moifij MiMi ef tke Kttlvity it hcN mrm\ May it brin* p*see sa4 jay te rwntf heart. Te vriiW ye* the bra* «bat the wwrU sffwd are tins waadcrfal and bsppy belHaf. Gray Cleaners Verne* Cray Kenneth Gray Jacksonville, Teses INTERESTING FACTS How times change! Nowadays whwi the doctor finds a patient in a run down condition, he prescribes < ..• áo.í and more time ut the of ficé 8i t tersé-ISCve INTERESTING FACTS One doesn't noxt a Karate for , INTERESTING FACTS We have no quarrel with the'...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

Montreal . . . City of Many Attractions PkMt: Crmlfty Cim&iitm Ña1itr*at Hatlwoyi From Mount Royal In the center of Montreal, a breath-taking view la to be Had of tha oily with the mighty 8t. Lawronee and the new 8e way l/i the background. On • clear day the peatta *f tha Adirondack* in Naw York State and the Qraen Mountain in Vermont may be aeen from Mount Royal. Our Christmas wouldn't l>c complete unless we'd availed ourselves of this opportunity to extend to you our sincere wishes for a truly merry Christmas and for a healthy, happy, prosperous New Year! Sadler's Restaurant Jacksonville, Texa Montreal spnrklna with a particular charm and «xciternnnt of Its own. a cosmopolita a world of Kronch and KnRllsh. with neveral other lariKnaftes aorl way* oí life thrown In lor rood rrieaKiire Cultural actlrltlea thrive In Montreal (hp year round. During the Hummer. there «re symphony con- ni'le of the mountain wilti a imperii view of the city at rii«ht Aii«unt in Montreal Kt-utivalh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

fu- Id Mrs. | grand- Hayes M r s. Mrs. Ir, and Ik Home |nts. melt- Y'1CC & iw 60i- :q ■ ri 'iKound . . . Town ""With íloutulaímut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathsring facilities of Rusk end Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy THE ROUNDABOUT Department, offers its New Year felicitations to VOLUME 113 all this week . . . The old one's been a good year, eventful and i FROM HOSPITAL BOARD generally prosperous. 16 PAGES DECEMBER 29, 1960 TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 28 EXPRESS OUR condolences to the family of Pope Guinn . . ., Roundabout regrets the untimely passing of his friend. WE'LL PASS ON the comments of George Vinyard of Dallas, who is with Cabell's, Inc. Mr. Vinyard says Cabell's recently hired "a real good man out of your town."; He went on to say that they'll probably be looking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

THF, CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER T?, I960 PAGE TW0 t L 'Ihc fhri.stianaires Quartft of Rusk will )«• in gospel mini: ci.riccrt with The Lively Family of Houston Thursday. IJicirnlHT 2!) 7.'JO p in in the high school auditorium at flrapHawl On Saturday, December 31 at 12 30 they will appear on the court house lawn in Shrcvrport, l-i with th<- Uvcly family and four more outstanding groups I-atcr they will go to the Sunset f'hureh of (iod in that city for a New Year Sin« Left to right are (seated) Troy Stemm, I ' tenor. Jacksonville, Leonard Kerry, 2nd tenor, Husk, (standiru:,) Vincent Obar. pianist and tats singer, Troup, and Kenneth Berry, lead. Husk WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mi.iS Ann Vcdtiney of Dallas -.pent the holiday* with tier father Bill McCluney Mr and Mr I. II Kvan-. wsit>-<| his father, L H Kvans, Sr at Ov-r ton Monday. They also visited Mr and Mrs Jack Nichols at llendei son on their return trij> home Mr and Mrs Abner Webb and Kay were guests of their son in law and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

Southwestern States Telephone Announces Expansion Plans A record-high expansion program totaling over $0 million has be«n announced for 1961 by the South- western States Telephone Com- pany. The company serves 158 tele- phone exchanges In Texas, Okla 470 had been budgeted to expand homa, Arkansas and Louisiana and and improve telephone facilities has general offices in Brownwood, and to keep up with telephone Texas demands in the growth areas it serves. This represents a 34 per I) T Strickland, Vice President cent increase over the 1960 con- and General Manager, said $9,351,- struction program. I THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 29. I960 PAGE 3 SHATTUCK'S Drive - In Grocery On North Main Street in Rusk Open 7 DAYS per week until 9:00 P.M. Air Conditioned - Free Parking CASH SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, DEC. 29, 30, 31 CARRY We will be open Sunday and Monday, Jan. 1st. & 2nd. FRESH CABBAGE i 5 RUTABAGA TURNIPS 5 YELLOW Onions ¿5c RED Potatoes 101 39 YUKON BEST FLOUR "u b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN december w. 1*60 page four Wendeborns Fred Florence what Rusk Folks are doing Hi /t \t r\ I,, «i K n r : t L/ W «• Mrs John Henderson and daugh ter Eloise of Campron visited her parents Mr and Mrs. Lewis Mr Carroll furst of last week. Mr and Mrs Dan H Heard of Dallas spent the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs Dan Heard and Mr and Mrs W W Courtney Mrs L K Hudson's guests for the holiday season were her chil dren Mr and Mrs Charles Hudson and family Mr and Mrs Wesley Hudson and family. Mr and Mrs J. W Jackson arid family all of Dallas Mr and Mrs Gerald Chapman and Mike are spending the hoi j days at Weatherford visiting her parents, Rw and Mr J J Wester Mr and Mrs Robert Jarvis re turned to their home at Cleveland Monday after visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs F'at Choate for the holidays Mr and Mr* Vernon Hester were guests of their children Mr arid Mrs. M F Acker and Rex at Hous Ion for Christmas Mr* Arch Pearson of Jackson- Too Late To Classify I «1ST Mor'1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

STREET mmrnm ^ BEAT Mr and Mr- Ralph Peacock left .Jacksonville Wednesday morning tor Pittsburgh, Kansas where they will make their home Mr Peacock has accepted a position with Inter- national Fertilizer Company in that area Gary George, now in the I' S. Air Force, returned to his station in N. M. Wednesday' morning, following a Christmas leave . John Marvin Watthub- er of the U. S. Navy visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J Watthuber on Christmas Day . . Mr and Mrs. Preston Kobitz are visiting with relatives of Mr. Kobitz in Victoria this week . . . We ex- tend our congratulations to Grady flountree, Ray Dudley, Robbie Rob- bins. and Pete Lammons of the Indian's Football squad. They all received honorable mention on the Kurt Worth Star Telegram's all >tate ?. A team this week . . . T li Burke has taken oyer as mar i.yr of tlie local 1> & D Little Chain on South Jackson Street . . . Rev ¡¡ A. Patton. pastor of the l-'ir.M church of the Nazareno, has resigned to accep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN DCCEMSER , 1M0 PAGE SIX Q ^ [^Qy PC A Personnel Observe Of Gallatin 27th Anniversary Dec.22 Succumbs B ('.rftvcr C lavóla nil f); v 7*3 Officers, directors and employ- res of the Crockett Production Credit Association met Thursday rught. December 22. to com mem orate the 27th anniversary of the Cooperative Credit organization. The meeting, held at the American legion building in Crockett. was attended by 4 directors and 11 em- ployees and featured a buffet su|>- per with ("hrintmas decorations* and Vuletide music Wives and husbands of directors and employ- ees also attended the meeting B II ItenniT of Riverside, cur rent president and director since organization, made a short talk to the group concerning organizat- ion and history of the Association "The Federal Charter, under which the Association operates, was is -tied 27 years ago today On that date. December 22, 1933, the new born Association had * total of $43 00 in local capital and author ization for $75,000...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

B O 3 2 44 rash es SOLIOS, ft CHOOSE low. 2 2 f s ¿m¿ Nancy White, C. Jones Exchange Vows In Dallas Mi lr • ;.in; W'luie, daughter «>f home of the bride's aunt and V.is C;11> While of Dallas uncle, Mr. and Mrs 11. 1). Slaton. became the bride of Charles Thorn- Miss Glonda Seurratt.s registered as Junt .. * n of Mr and Mrs J. T bursts in the bride's book Miss u , o Ki rie lUiail Saturday. Knseinary Smith served the wed- at 3:30 pm. ditig cake and Miss I'hyllis Fletch- The impris-;\, ceremony was er presided at the silver service, p, rformed in the chápel of the Christian Church in Dallas Specially Di^icn^ List Of Health Res UlUi ÍUII5 Ki \. Harmon read the double mi .' eeremony before an altar de corated with white gladioli and greenery The bride, Riven in marriage by her father, wore a beific suit of tended Tyler Junior College. He is employed with Continental Elec- tronics in Dallas. Short on resolutions for the new year beginning Sunday? Here's a list designed especially for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN IV } MciMUt if. ma INTCftfSTING FACTS To protect the life of the Pred- dent and to suppress counterfeiters are the two statutory duties of the U. S Secret Scrvice. Cuban money is printed in the United States. PA&C K OHT Gay Fruit Cocktail Pudding Cake Impressive Flame Tokay Torte PALACE Jacksonville, Taxa Thurv, Fri. and Sat. Dec. 29, 30, 31 V MIO «N BUJtO PMAOtUI TWY ruBWD WALTWSNEYB Ducourtt Cards 60< Children 35c Adult 80e GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW Sat., Dac. 31 at ll:l5 p.m. .-^BoysApe" r.mS^ ir ujm W Iff Iff*/* ft. ALL SEATS 0e Sun., Mori, Tun, & Wed. Jan. 1, 2, 3 A 4 ítpi X. «Él Handsome, rlognnt "Tokny Tort/ " mnkwi an fmpreaaivn nppear- anf nt n company buffet. Th/• beautiful. criap textured Flame Tokays add rich color and interest to thin delicious desaert. Rinso 2 cups Tokay grapca; hnlvo and seed Soften 2 envelopes plain gelatin in '// cup cold water. Combine 'A cup silbar, '/j tea spoon tialf, I tenupoon grated orange rinrl and I cup ora...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

c/s O ill be Dec- ings II earn Ite. Annum ding ion ft, •iew M ||'«! The Cherokeean DECEMBER 29, I960 • Cherokee County Section • * «««ai news * cubrios * editorials Number Of County Farms Declines, But Value Of Production Increases About a thousand farm operat- ors—or more than one-third of those engaged in farming in Cher- okee County—quit the farm in the past five years But at the same time total val- ue of farm products rose by al- most $1,200,000 each year. This was the picture reflected in new statistics released by tho U. S. Bureau of Census. The stat- istics were compiled in the spring of I960. A report of area observers stat- ed that only Cherokee and Nacog- doches Counties of those counties in this immediate East Texas area, could find bright spots in their agricultural economies. Locally, the number of farms declined from 3,076 in 1954 to 1,922 in 1959. Simultaneously, the average value of land and build- ings on each farm increased from $7,777 to $17,311 There were 2,459 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

The Cherokeean I ALWAYS WORK HOLIDAYS... Reg Manning PAGE TWO DECEMBER 29, I960 * EDITORIALS * Cum Grano Salis They're sayinj? now that you can't be- lieve anything you hear, or anything you see either. Used to you couM belike half of what you saw, and if you wore selective about materials, about half of what you read. Scholars ufMl to search for truth; a lot of thum regard it as something to v"adf, So it is with some of our finest people in the business of disnimt-nation of information. The reading and viewing public, we fear, is b.-coming worse than skof/ical. There are top many newsmen and rows agencies with a "policy", political per- suasion and social theory. In such surround- ings, it is hard for objectivity to survive. Interpretative re{x rting is hazardous enough : there's pknty of room for the re- porter to err Hut when you acM a few dozen of the slickest propaganda tricks, you've got a terribly din'orteil account, of an incident This isn't an area or regional vice; it's na...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

las ■re |be ill lee. r 28 bi- lker and ■I«r •f h • CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE Your Dollar Goes A Long Way "YOUR FORD DEALER" For The "Trade of Your Life" Leeman Isaacs Trade cars with a dealer who will set- tle for a small pro- fit. SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OP USB LEPT. ALL OP OU« CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONflt McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.I ROYAL *IRE« Ml B. Ruth Pfcene MM CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk with tiller tool, disk, 2 rakes, dnat- Teed one horse daily, keep prowl- er, planter, breaking plow. See era off farm. References required. Hoary Norman in Alto or call MU j See Paul McCoy, MU 3-4780, Rusk. 3-3882 ia Rusk. tfc-43 KOR -SAIJhi: Two Farmali Tractors. One 1-row, ene 2-row. Both «Mb disc mower and equipment. Pitead right. J. C. Williams, Phone MU 3-4444, Rusk. 4>t-o38 2e Feed-Wood-Hay KOR SALE' Wood, any length. Ph. SH ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 29. I960 what Rusk Folks are doing Mrs R It Banks had as guests for Christmas night dinner her children, Mr and Mrs. Felton Banks and David of Nederland, Mr and Mrs Richard McLarnon, Mike and MargTett of Richardson, Mr and Mrs Lewis Banks, Bobby, Judy and I>iann and Mr. and Mrs. Windel Graham of Rusk, arid Mr and Mrs Kent Miller and Kenny of Bryan Mrs Jack Potridge spent the Christmas holidays at Dalias with relatives. Miss Erma English of Crockett and Phillip Manning of Austin are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs C. L. Manning. Mr. and Mrs. C. L Manning had as guests for dinner, Christmas- eve night Mr. and Mrs George Baird and Dianne, Mrs Otticc Baird. Sr of I/iuisiana, Miss Erma English of Crockett, Mr and Mrs Guy Manning and Billy B«th of Refugio, Phillip Manning of Austin, Raymond Allen of Mt Pleasant, Mrs Sam Manning Mr Cleve !.<>- oney Mr and Mrs. Ellis Manning, Miss BeauUh Allen of this city. Mr and Mrs James i/mg and Dwayne o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

ello 5 9 129 9 i 7 9 3 THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 29, i960 PAGE FIVE Lions Hear Christmas Story Thurs. T!ev W II (Bill) Cheatham pre- sented the Christmas Story Thurs- riav fnr members of the Rusk Lions Club meeting in regular session it the Youth Center President Pete Grimes presided at the noon meeting, and welcomed is a truest. Clyde Reed with South- western States Telephone Com- pany from Kilgore. The speaker was introduced by- Lion Elma Musick, Jr., program chairman. Catering the meal was Stover's Cafe of this city. Lassen Volcano in northern C'al- irnia i.< the only active volcano •he V S. THE SECRET OF sL* J Without habit-iorming ururs A new technique combines hundred* of tirry beads of medication in a capsule. Half of these dissolve to induce steep quickly. The other half is gradually released to sustain m«l deepen your natural sleep. Teke Nite Rest tonight for safe, unlnter- rupted sleep. Wake up refreshed •omerrow. Ytu aleap soundly or money back. Nfo-Reit NO PRESCRIPTION ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

Rusk School Menu Tuesday. January 3rd Baked Fi.th Meat Patties Creamed Potatoes Combination Salarl Fruit Cobbler Ixai Bread Milk Wednesday, January 4th IUhan Spaghetti Field f'eas Carrot Pineapple Salad Corn Muffins Marble Cake Milk Thursday, January 5th Marr.aroni & Cheese Pintó Beans ."rozen Spinach or Greeru Spired Bidets Cookies Milk Friday, January 6th Beef Roa.it with i,rnvy Buttered Hire Green Jiean.s Tomatoes Hot Rolls Pnine or Applesauce Milk Miss McVicker Presented In SFA Drama Judith M'-Vi' k<-r datufh'er of Mr and Mrs Wilsptj McVieker,' played a leadni:: role in Fucene lorieseo' -; 'I"he 1 ^>r, 'Die p'T formar.'e was presented by the Little Theater Group of Stephen F Austin on Me'timber 5th find 6th Miss McVieker is ,i freshman at S F A and is rriajoritii! in Speech. Miss McVicker was a I.so chosen one of two j:Irl-> to assist Miss Imo^ene Coca with her wardrobe during Miss Coca's ,'ip[K-arance at S F A. in <)mr 1 '¡Kin A Mattress " GA's Enjoy Party At Vi...

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