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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

1/ PASE SEVEN THE CHEROKEEAN fys for |ng se- ?r- |ns, )e- Ixas |at i * nal finish, sh. I $29 |T\ $29 $29 I FEBRUARY 9, 1961 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager - Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, .Tunis Jones, Sponsor 1960-1961 Linda Watson Mary Mail land Judy Banks I .... Leonard Berry David Black Bobby Long j Jimmy Barney Sonja Wilcox, Brent and Glenn Lloyd Mrs. Lewis McCarroll Snooper We would like to wish Mr. Depend on us for prompt service We folly appreciate that time may be of the essence in fill- ing a prescription. You will always get prompt, reliable service hero. Cartlidge Drug Store MU 3-2358 Rusk Theriot a happy belated birth- : day. Nobody knew about it un- til it was already past. Larue Biddle has been seen ¡with Robert Stover a lot lately. By the way. Larue and Robert are now going steady. Con? ratul- I ations! You two make a sharp couple. Su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT FEBRUARY 9, 1961 Rev. Harper New Pastor, Missionary Baptist Church Rev. J. W. Harper is the new, The new pastor has been a pastor of Memorial Missionary j resident of Gallatin the past 20 Baptist Church in Rusk, suc- ceeding Rev. Jerry Coffman. REV. J. W. HARPER years. His service includes pas- torates at Gallatin (10 years), First Baptist Church in Talco anrl Missionary Sunset Baptist Church of Dallas. He was also at Waxahachie three years. He is currently serving as corre- sponding secretary of the Mis- sionary Baptist Association of Texas, and is a former business manager oí the Texas Baptist Orphanage in Waxahachie. Rev. Harper extends a cord- ial invitation to visit the Mem- orial Missionary Baptist Church and join its congregation in worship at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. each Sunday. Sunday School is at 0 45. 0 The Statue of Liberty was erected in lfififi. The northernmost point of the i II. S. is located in Minnesota. Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

rs liern- limty Iches Ihru- ircs- thich lool" lee 15 5 |5 15 19 /¡11 lb. Jn's lout is I ich |ing 5.00 2.00 3.00 7.40 15.60 [her leed iuc- ■ B r j, ■ ■ I;} The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS GOOD FOR OFF YEAR Countians Rally To Pay Tax County citizens may have pro- crastinated, as did other folks, but they wound up with a size- able electorate for 1961. In fact, it is bigger than the last off- election year. Tax Assessor-Collector Jim- mie Cone reported late last week that 4.598 persons have paid the poll tax. The figure does not include 28 exemptions for first-time voters, nor scores of "overs" who were not re- quired to have an exemption certificate. The surprising total came af- ter weeks of pessimism on the part of many observers who thought citizens too worn out from last year's political wars to be very interested this year. TPHA Plans Scholarship Competition The Texas Public Health As- sociation will again sponsor an essay-writing cont...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together & ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY STRIKE IT RICH! The oil well is truly a symbol of financial richness ... the Church is the symbol of spiritual richness. "That he would grant you according to the riches of his glory, to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man¡ that Christ may dwell In your hearts by faith) that ye, being rooted and grounded In love, may be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length, and heighti and to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God." © I960, Col man A<fv. S«v„ P. O. Ran 4097, Doflrji, Texas The Church it God's appoint*} agency is this world for spreading the knowledge of Hit love for man and of Hit dimand for man to rttpond to that low by loving lift neighbor. Without this grounding In the low of God, no govirnmtnt or society or my of fife will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold to dear wüJ ine...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

Cherokee County Church Directory THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 9, 1961 PAGE THREE Rusk and Area Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M.C. Friday — 2 p.m. Morning Worship — 11 a m., Sunday C. A. Service—7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship—7:30 p.m., Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnlc H. Webb, pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—11:00 a.m. Training Union—6:30 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship—8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting— 7:15 Choir Practice—8:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne C. Morrow Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship—11:00 a.m. Training Union—€:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7:30 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. A. Covington, pastor Sunday school—10 a.m. Pacific Finance LOANS 717 N. Mallard Palestine, Tex. Interested in consolidating b I I I s, or meeting first of /ear obligations? Call us at 6007, or drop by our offices in Palestine at Child's Shop-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL .4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk I. AUTOMOTIVE FEBRUARY ISTHE MONTH FOR TRADE AT MOTO i tors One 1 row, one 2-rowJBoth with disc, mower and equip- I merit Priced right. J. C, Wil- liams, I'hone MU :J 4444, Rusk. 4-t-c 36 2h Faed-Wood-Hay FOR SAI I.: Wood, any length. J'hone Sll 3-2103. James Russell'. Ru&k. tfc-16 FOR SALE' Oak Fireplace wood. Jjeli.' i' ! cord. Will c u t your wood- $10 cord, no haul. J W. \ 11. • n, Rusk, 3'/á miles SW Gallatin, itt. 2. tfe-25 Cherokee Feed Mills W. Ri.e.k & Oak Jacksonville ' v'vfjm Grinding Mixing - Molasses All Kinds Of Stock Feeds SAVE-SAVE-SAVE! ON 1961 FORDS and FOR SALE: COASTAL BERMUDA lie:, ily tertilized, big healthy rools 50c per bushel. Six yrs. experience raising Coastal. I). ('. Howell, Box 472, Phone 22!)2, Kilgore, Texas. 4-t p-30 COOI) HAY for : ale. Inquire at Stocjiil Cleaners, Rusk. tfc 30 3. Reo! Estate JBSfePL HEElt of We need listings of b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

TEED >air J'S IRS Rusk (CAPPING Tires |s8 ition cksonville :winc IE Thursday, [231 ie To mpany ^ELLS ígineer cultural, I acksonville !N 'ourt thly Rate* uth nderpass I 4244 (thing to ce sed • Shed I* J-lte-M I Line of ■ il s Shop & TV 1) ted and ¡television |color sets, reasonable |NTY ON >R. GUAR- HTIONING JALE [2701 is tfc-48 I THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FIVE FEBRUARY 9, 1961 LEGAL NOTICES THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: CHARLES L. GOODSON,' JR. AND LA REESA E. HOWE GREETING! | You are commanded to ap- pear by filing a written answer to the plaintiff's First Amended Original petition at or before 10 o'clock a.m. of the first Mon- day after the expiration of 42 days from the date oí 'ssuanee of this Citation, the same being Monday the 13 day of March, A. D., 19(j 1, at or before 10 o'clock a.m., before the Honor- able District Court of Cherokee County, at the Court House in Rusk, Texas. Said plaintiff's First Amend- ed Original petition was filed on the 14 d a y of December, 1960. The fi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

The Cherokeean SPILMAN PARTISANS UNHAPPY page six RUSK, TEXAS FEBRUARY 9, 1961 ★ EDITORIALS ★ Opinion Gets Around Our lead editorial of two weeks ago is getting some wide-spread distribution, we've learned. It was entitled "Long Prayers and Cold Feet" and it complained of too much showmanship on the part of some of the clergy, and more particularly of those well- meaning three who prayed at the inauguration of President Kennedy We're quite willing to have our views spread around, even though our opinion may be just as often challenged. We had some local comment. Then a Mr. Nunnally, who has a Dallas radio program, picked up the editorial and started it rolling. We heard from a lady at Weatherford who wants extra copies. Then last week, Mr. Tom Pryor with the John B Stetson Company, made a stop here for extra copies. He heard the editorial on the Dallas radio while travelling in West Tex- as. Mr. Pryor planned to send copies to the president of his company, to the Mallory, Lee and Di...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

made which is. luch ex- a hit"; ■n"; "He fiim al- ■ signals Iting for lldn't be on the I squeeze curve"; "You poker, ll'll call lame out [■low the a good l's a long 1 payoff." Inay owe lison fin- ing to a I who al- sh. How- is that yho, no lad fared It, would |onent in Jhe fans, rounds, Iwhen he Is i Oil. N |ly news- ie E. H. Editor & =AD, Of- snager llass mat- | in Rusk, srch 3, Iction up- Inding or |son, firm may ap- of this ¡corrected lo the at* ler. lis one Istries. Iinaiui Iments iMarja Iv cm- liarold ler he Irience Is. Poland Child shown d Dal- ceived -0. street beat T. Grady Griffin, of the S-K Church Furniture Co. of Jack- sonville, has been named a di- rector of the Church Furniture Manufacturers Association, a new division of the National Association of Furniture Manu- facturers . . . One of Burns Til- ton's local friends commenting Tilton's outstanding job as mas- ter of ceremonies at the Cham- ber of Commerce Banquet de- scribes his actions this way. "I never saw any...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO FEBRUARY 9, 1961 SEMIFINALIST TROPHY PRESENTED J ¡IS i new ,s< lin. I VV. I). M (! (ir.fdv Con no Letters Awarded To 28 Squadmen Letter jackets were presented the best football team in the Bearcats Nip Kilgore 76-71 For TEC Lead The Lon Morris College Bear Bearcats led 72 71 when Don with 17 and Weldon Higgin- Teatiue cat* took over the leadership, Teague drew foul shots, and botham with 16 paced the Bear- 1'otals in the Texas Eastern Confer- s!>'te °' tremendous ¡ cats jn spring , .. ,, .. pressure on him he sank both' ence basketball race with a 76 , . . . „ , BEARCATS shots to give the Bearcats a sure 71 victory over the Kilgore Col ¡Player tu 28 players and four managers i;i the 1960 championship Jack- sonville Senior* High School In- dian football team along with the 1960 3-A Semifinalist Tro- •ihv in a special assembly at the h h school Friday afternoon. iupcrintendent of Schools, W. I). Mauldin, presented the tro- >hv to team captains Jimmy ,'...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

9 76 tp 17 22 13 9 10 71 BIG STATE MILK Is A Health Food! Every drop of cool delicious milk is brim full of Health. Milk is a body builder for kids ... an energy restorer for grown-ups. Milk is light in cost for all the flavor and vit- amins it brings the whole family. Rich In C ream Rich In Flavor Produced on EastTexcs Dairy Farms Fresh at Your Grocers SHORTS FRANKSTON—Fairway Oper- ating Company's Wilkerson No. 1, (three miles southwest of Frankston, is said to be a good well, but completing operations are still in progress. The Wilk- erson well is the eighth Fair- way producer and ninth in the Frankston area. — The Frank- ston Citizen. HENDERSON — Three miles southwest of Henderson in the Pone Field, Trice Production Company and John C. Robbins, Jr. of Longview have set site on another Rusk county ex- ploration, the No. 1 Cuba Alex- ander.—The Henderson Times. TEXAS FARM BUREAU — County Farm Bureau presidents and legislative chairmen will leather in Austin February 23 24 for a sp...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 9, 1961 West Side McSwain Home Setting pj A Holds For Newcomers Club Meeting Mrs. William McSwain, 807 Canada Street, served as hos- tess for the Newcomers Club, Friday, February 3, at 10:00 A. M. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Harry Tilley and Mrs. Don Gregory. Mrs Wilbert Williams, the newest newcomer, was present ed a box of Valentine candy. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, now re- siding at 712 Fort Worth Street, moved to Jacksonville from Dal las on January 0 Mr. Williams is employed by the J-Tex Plant. Refreshments were served from the dining table, centered with an arrangement of red carnations and silver fern. Mrs. McSwain presided at the silver service. A Valentine theme was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. Members present were Mrs. Carrie Partlow, Mrs. Vick Or- sak, Mrs. Tom Devenport, Mrs. DEPENDABLE PHARMACY SERVICE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did that last prescription , seem high priced? It may have been something new. . . . not ye...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

First Methodist IVSCS Holds Circle Meetings ARNETT-GAINES CIRCLE topic, "A Christian's Deep Con Mrs. Royal Carby, Purest Trail cern," and scripture from Amos served as hostess for the Ar- nett-Gaines Circle of the First Methodist W. S. C. S. Tuesday, January 31, at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. T. E. Acker opened the meeting with a devotional using as her theme, "Making O u r Lives Better." Mrs. Helen Hanes gave the first section of the current stu- dy, "Heritage and Horizons in Home Missions." Refreshments were served to the fifteen members attending. and Micah. Mrji. E. G. Dewees, study lead- er, was assisted by Mrs. F. H. Shivers in discussing the mi- sión of the church in the face of changing American culture. The churches' mission is the business of every Christian. Ev- Looking Back 10 YEARS AGO have been informed. From The Jacksonville Journal Oilmen's interest and atten- February 9, 1951 , tion is shifting to Cherokee Cherokee County's March of County this week as prepara- Dimes campaign fo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 February 1961

... MMMPV • • • PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 9, 1961 Shower ■ y. mm WOMEN Honors iD , r , Mrs. Adams Bank Secretary G/ves Outstanding Service WORKING WO#AN OF THE WEEK in the professions Mrs. Charlfs Adams, t h o former .Miss K;iy Looney, was complimented with a shower Friday evening, February 3, at 7:'M p.m. in the home of Mrs. Richard 15. Arnold, 1)11 Tyler Mrs. I'. B. Ross was co-hostess. The table was laid with a red cloth with an overskirt of or ííandy. A footed milk glass bowl which held an arrangement of red carnations arid chrysanthe- mums accented with blocked valentines flanked with red tap- ers and silver candle sticks formed the centerpiece. Mrs. Lola Masters served cake hearts from a silver tray and coffee was poured by Mrs. Ross. Table ap- pointments were of milk glass. Approximately 35 guests re gistered in the bride book or sent gifts which were opened by the honorec. The guests re- gistered from a table centered with an arrangement of red carnations in a milk gl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

! EEK Microfilm Service A atttia P O Box 80GC ma lonville, |mpany, and Iny i n Ison, F. Ives in lit h his I She is |il Bap- ] at 416 lonville. | , v MI 9 I9< ek ( 10 Round... Town t/7// Roundabout THE GAME OF Basketball, Roundabout perceives, has faken hold of most folks' atten- tion and won't let go for the next couple of days. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE The Cherokeean iO'pe,copy w i'\r a u /ii i\wn 11/ jc is fí v \T liti;o / a Tits tsurpAi>r furir.'n a a writs mswrtstsn irrr\/ r * o t rv ■ ' Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and TV XAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18\7 Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local . is* -t*ia news medium in cherokee county. Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area VOLUME 113 20 PAGES THREE SECTIONS FEBRUARY 16, 1961 NUMBER 35 WE S A Y CONGRATULA- TIONS to Pete Grimes and his boys for advancing this far, and for one other thing, to wit, no Grumbling for public consump- tion after the game. NO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

tí i Sr* % I t- lí ♦ PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI. & SAT., FEB. 16, 17 & 18 ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED w / mfwvf1 / n .i unlaw érmmmmm LK eftfo TOWN SPECIAL ,:M Gwni FOLGERS VACUUM-PACKED Mazóla Corn Oil Margarine Lb. Pkg. LIBBY'S Apple or Grape Jelly or Red Plum Jam YOUR CHOICE FRUIT COCKTAIL GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOOD 8 18 oi. Jars No. 303 Can $i oo TALK ^ TOWN SPECIAL FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE 25- 75 only $129 If 10 oz. Jar «S NABISCO'S PREMIUM SALTINE CRACKERS Pound Box FROZEN FOODS J «fük WW PATIO CHEESE 25c ENCHILADOS ~ 39 SWIFT'S MELLORINE PATIO Beef Enchilados PATIO TORTILLAS HONEY-CUP 2 gal. ctn. 39 1'; Lb. Pkg. 55c 15 ct. Pkg. 17? PATIO Beef Tamales PATIO BEEF TACOS 21 cz. Pkg. 35? Pkg. of 6's 49? MAZOLA PURE CORN LIGHT OR DARK KARO OIL DOG FOOD KASCO Qt. Bot. 25 lb. bag NIAGARA INSTANT 12 02. Pkg. STARCH POWDERED TREND 2 Lge. Size 59? SYRUP p Bot. 25? $2" LIPTON'S BEEF NOODLE SOUP 33? 21? LIPTON'S ONION SOUP ^ 33? QUICK 3 MINUTE 39? OATS 18 oz. Pkg. ty pMgiAi S "S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 16, 1961 PAGE THREE = - 1 1 I Miss Frances Carbone, Kenneth Halbert Wed Miss Frances Ann Carbone became the bride of John Ken- neth Halbert Sunday, January 22nd in a double ritiü ceremony in St. Theresa Catholic Church, Houston. The bride is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Carbone, (J61G Mineóla St.. Hous- ton, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hal- bert of Rusk. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length dress of pure white sat- in with a lace neckline, trim- med with iridescent beads and pearls. The sleeves were long and fitted, trimmed with beads and pearls. The back of the dress was beautiful'y set with self covered buttons, and the skirt extended into a full train. Streamers of lace covered the bottom of the skirt. She carried a bouquet of white gardenias with ;atin streamers. Maid of honor was Miss Mary Grace Martina; matron of hon- County Health Unit Urging Immunization The County Health Unit has issued an appe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 16, 1961 WHAT Rusk Folks Hostess To WedSocial Club Here The Wednesday Social Club was entertained last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M f;uinn of this city, with Mrs. I^ee I), (iuinn as hostess. A two course luncheon was served at 12:30 to the follow- QVHKS Phij Omicron (¡anima <ti /•;/•;.v mm:y Xi h'i>x¡h/n Kappa Queens Crowned At Traditional Party Royalty "reigned" Friday evening at the Husk Hotel as menihers of the two Beta Sigma l'hi chapters in Rusk paid hon- or to their new Valentine Queens, Queen Del of t h e House of Cox (Omicron Gamma) and Queen Mary of the House of Boone (Xi Epsilon Kappa.) The honorees were revealed and crowned by Mrs. Freda Hat- cliff and Mrs. Marie Whitehead "respectively. Corsages of r e d carnations were presented after each was crowned with a rhine- slone tiara. <>utyc 'i: queens were Mrs. Whitehe. ¡ and Mrs. Mary Jane Jlmton who was unable to at- tend Friday night's festivities. Traditionally a join...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

the jary is It Ihos He the le- f i toe .•lee- Alcoholism Continued from Page 1 who plan to attend in delega- tions. Former aleoholie patients will also attend. The clinic here has recently received wide publicity in con- nection with the expose Sun- day. Click said the publicity has resulted hi several new admis- sions, as well as recognition for the expanded physical program. A great deal of interest is still being shown from all sec- tions of the State, he said. Dr. Crook Continued from Page 1 Commission and as Chairman of the Appropriations Committee. lie is former vice-president of the Board of Trustees of Easl Texas Baptist College, and a director at-large of Baylor Univ- ersity Kx Students' Association. Dr. Crook has traveled wide l.v; in 1940 as a student in Scot- land and, in 1950 on a preach- ing mission to Japan. In 1958 he made a tour of refugee cen- ters in Austria and Germany. During the war, Dr. Crook served in the Air Force for two and one-half years as engineer- gunn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE SIX FEBRUARY 16, 1961 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor in-chief Assistant Editor Tiusiness Manager . . . • Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr. Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Janis Jones, Sponsor I960-1961 Linda Watson Mary Mai'land Judy Hanks Leonard Berry Davirl Black Bobby I-ont; Jimrny Barney Sonja Wilcox, Brent and Cilerin Lloyd Mrs. I^'wis McCarroll Snooper Burley Kinsel, is your mother still worried about your ring? Don Garner, what is your favorite song? A certain girl wants to know. Sue Isaacs had a wreck the other day. A wreck ... at Bradford . . . Joyce Traylor, what have you been crying about? To a certain sophomore boy and girl: Don't you know it is- n't nice to go around threaten ing people? For shame! The seniors have ordered their invitations . . . Hilda Byers is now going steady with Jimmy Lanier. You two sure do make a cute couple! Jo Morrow was a happy girl Monday. She received a big box of ...

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