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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

Yellow* twenty- Ik Eagles ■in a rug- ppionship ped last spacious lool gym- J's did a It. in tí Joe Iratis toss I to match |al depart the see- the best Ie champ- [e Eatiles. sd in the 7-2 lead fcirter and 24-13 at |:ight inin- jsperately ll period, J/cn points le Mineóla |ul again, vas 36 2(>, I ho Eagles If, 22 were lute. law injury lagles fall- ir behind, ly 70-43. jlirotherton I>rs for the It put of 21 II 4 to lead ligh-scoring [ding point- all season, ¡only seven goal and )FF Ifg ft pf pt |2 7 3 11 2 2 4 f! 19 3 3 21 3 4 5 10 I) 0 0 0 :i o 5 « 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 3 4 5 10 b(i 20 26 72 fg ft pf pt 1 5 4 7 1 4 3 6 0 2 4 2 0 6 4 G 3 8 2 14 1 3 3 5 2 3 5 7 8 31 25 47 arters 2 1!) 17 72 3 8 13 47 cynolds and Page 1 13 a p t i s t I27 lia Chapter, 45 a, Miiurictlc achers meet, h. 7 p.m. irst Baptist Dickerson's 28 noon, Texas ):«) Committee usk Hotel Brotherhood n. mmeree City lee meeting, tccring Com- I, 7 p.m. ational Guard 1 on, Rusk Hot school board tian alk )llie ie, pro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX FEBRUARY 23, 1961 EAGLES ECHO EAGLES Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager . . Assistant Circulation Mfir Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith, Dan Cook, Sponsor ECHO STAFF 1960-1961 Linda Watson Mary Maitland . Judy Banks ... Leonard Berry Davin Black Bobby Long Jimmy Harney Sonja Wilcox, Brent Janis Jones, and Clerln Lloyd Mrs Lewis McCarroll Snooper Of course, we are all sorry our basketball boys lost to Min- eóla Tuesday a n d Thursday' nights, but we are proud of our boys for doing as well as I hey d i d Congratulations, Co- Champs! Couples at t h e basketball game in Tyler Thursday night were: Shcrrell Bothwell a n d James Archie Norton, Diann Banks and Phillip 1'ower, Larue Kiddle and Robert Stover, Judy Ramey and Ronnie Frazer, Ar lene Shankles and Larry Talley, Mollie Trotter and W a y n e Spears, and Diana Burton and Robert Watson. T h e new Senior slogan — PADRE ISLAND OR BUST!!! Kennelh Murlin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

Illion Eaglés Echo Cont'. FROM PAGE SIX Song—Don't Worry about Me Mary Kate Guinn Singer—Jack Scott Carol Sue Perry . Book—Ben irur ¡ Chris von Doenhoff Author — Lew Wallace Larry Hibbard ... Movie—Esther and the King ¡Charles Echols ... Hildegard 1st Man (Stagedriver) Miss Adams Long Actor—John Saxon Actress—Debbie Reynolds Scent—Old Spice Boy—??? Pastime—Eating Ambition—To go to business school Sport—Basketball Subject — English 0 JUNIOR PLAY CAST THAT'S OUR BOY Lynda Matlock .... Jane Joyce Rogers Gwyn Diana Burton Marian Helen Matclen Lynn Judy Sales Alice Kenneth Martin George White . . Student Director —O SENIOR PLAY CAST DESPERATE AMBROSE Walter 2nd Man (Stagedriver) Bob Brent Smith Frank Stinkweed limmy Lee Cecil Posie Janis Jones Ed Jo Morrow Director Dixie Dickey Bobby Long Stage Brent Smith Stage Burley Kinsel Lights 0 Bobby am noted for my car wrecks. Who am 1? 1 am the quiet type until I get to know you. I am beautiful, too. Some people refer to me as Machine Gun. 1 get...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT FEBRUARY 23, 1961 August 1 Completion Seen For New Clinic A two-doctor clinic building containing some lfi rooms will bo constructed on West Fifth Street in Rusk was announced this week by Dr. VV K fiab- bert who will own and operate Jones... Continued from Page 1 there was another person inter- ested in promoting the story, Jones disclaimed full responsi- bility for credit; for the fabu- lous tale. But he wouldn't admit to this reporter that it was altogether fiction. "You've admitted before that there wasjh't liny ({old?" he was asked. "I've said yes and I've said no." "You mean you're the only one who knows for sure there's no gold there?" "Let's put it Ibis way," he persisted, "nobody b ti t me knows whether there is or whe ther there isn't." Jones recalled the fleeting sensation, how it gave way to monotony and how soon it got to where he didn't enjoy own- ing up to all that treasure. It wasn't very remunerative, eitli er, he claims, felony charges to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

)ING lili at |ghtcr, were hner's |e and Tuos- |h her I Veler- ías re- ■Dallas ] days- Coup- C. E. home Inn an |i this Jvelady IjOvc- Mrs. Springs Mrs. Icriicld street beat Engineering Firm To Move To Jacksonville Clint Bivins and two of his key employees were in Jackson- ville Thursday and Friday mak- ing the final arrangements for Heavy winter rainfall con- tinued in the county again this week with 1.91 inches falling Monday between 6 A. M. and 9 1*. M., according to reports of Dr. 1'. A. Young, official weath- er observer at the Local Tom- ato Experiment laboratory. Dr. Young says indications are that water wells are reaching a high level indicating that the ground has a good season- ing of moisture. This seasoning will be very beneficial to local area corn crops next summer. Last year the county had a bum- per corn crop when winter rain- fall seasoning held the corn crop through May without any damage because of drouth. . . 15. (). Curren, former Jackson- ville Patrolman for the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO FEBRUARY 23, 1961 Services Held For Doc Mai one Thursday Funeral services were con- ducted for Doc MaJone, 69, Thursday, February 16, at 2:00 P. M. in the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Harold Brunsorj, officiating. Burial was in Resthaven Cemetery. Mr. Malone, who resided at 1005 Doaton Street, died Wed- nesday, February 15, about 10:00 A M. after a sudden illness. He was a retired employee of Superior Oil Co and a member of the First Methodist Church. Pallbearers were W. S. Gober, George Peterson, Guy Cham- ( hers, J. D. Danner, W. J. Dor- man and Vernon Gray. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sallie Malone of Jackson- ville; one daughter, Mrs. Win- 1 nie Sue Gore of Jacksonville; ' one sister. Mrs. H. P. Coward of Steffner, Fla.; two half sis- ters, Mrs. Doyle IJext of Texas j City and Mrs. H. W. Nivins of Alta liorna; and one grand- c^tild, Sara Candace Gore of ; Jacksonville. Holmes Bros. Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Extra Special Tuna ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

poos from in Nacog- fr of fivo Turner, a IF. Austin, It freshman lindy Lou |de student |>ol, Sandra pde student larj School, Jhinl grade |e Element- w L-rb ^BOUT 1 OVER A I PIMfc" S^ED- LW'JTl£D IN I r - jar by Iandovwers. fATE nursery 5MATION. jobí \L Murals Of Vinyl Plastic New Adventure In Decorating ISII IPI 1 ■,'f -i 5 J V V ^ >¥ A murul of Venice is hand srrceticd on vinyl plastic, purl of a spring trend of heuutifiil designs in dnndile, niixluddt' «all coverings. Two new trends in homo furnishings aro going to mako spring decorating adventurous and practical. Ono is the result of more foreign travel by Americans that has brought about a new appre- ciation of tho grand old designs of palaces and kings. The other is modern American technology that translates all of this gran- deur into washable plastic materials. Vinyl plastic wall coverings and floor coverings are now winning beauty awards as well as merit badges for scrubbing. At the recent International Home Furnishing...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGI FOUR FÍÍRUARY 23, 1961 Bearcats Lon Morris, JBC Get Win89-77 JUCO Tournament Bids At JBC Pete Lammons Signs To Join Longhorns Pelt* Lammons, Jacksonville the Longhorns next year in his LEGAL NOTICE Jacksonville will have two teams playing in the Region XIV National Junior College Athletic Association Tourna- ment this year Both Lon Morris, College and Jacksonville Col- lege have been invited to play, in the tournament at Stephen F. Austin State College Gym on Feb 27 - March 1. Eight top junior college teams have been invited and will play in the tournament. In addition to the local schools, Tyler Jun ior College, Kilgoru Junior Col- lege, Wharton County Junior College, Allen Academy, Tex- arkana Junior College and Pan- ola County Junior College will participate in the tournament. l,on Morris was runner-up in ¡ the tournament in 1060, when they lost to Tyler Junior College ! in the championship finals 7.'1 ; 57 The Bearcats this year have, an impreí slve season's ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

PAO! PIVE THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 23, 1961 Jackson- | election ard oí |Jaekson- al Dis- irith the kction of \pendent |king Re- day of |e their of the brch 2nd, 8114 ta** 9 s in- ck, hs. it Mrs. Perkins, Weil-Known •Citizen, Speaks To Club Mrs. Jumes I. Perkifts spoke on "Some Laws of Particular Interest to Women" ftir the Wednesday Study Club, Feb- ruary 15, in the home of Mrs. George Singleton. In discussing "Some Laws of Particular Interest to Women," Mrs. Perkins stated that 40 or even 50 per cent of all litigation is in the family relations field. A study of exisiting laws and their adequacy is being made by the State Bar of Texas in the field of family courts, mar- riage, marriage counseling, mar- riage of minors, divorce, cus- tody, support, adoptions, de- linquency, and other topics re- lated to families, homes, and children. Since February is National History Month, she stated that it is well to remember that the question of legal equality for women is not new. February 15 m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX FEBRUARY 23, 1961 St. John's Conducts Visitation The St. John's Methodist Church is conducting a Visit- atation, Evangelism "Four Nights With God.," Wednesday through Saturday, February 22- 25. Kvery mem her is urged to visit at least one out of the four nights. Final Rites Are Held For J. L. Hoover OLD PROS COME FROM BEHIND TO WIN The faculty team came from behind in the final two minutes after trailing through- out the game to defeat the Jacksonville llr h School Indian basketball team 85-8:5 Tuesday night, liill Ingram led the faculty (cam with 7 points and was the slar ol the game, sink- Read The Classifieds Funeral services for J o h n [.even Hoover, 82, were con- ducted Wednesday, February 2? at 10:00 a.m. in the (iragard Spraegins - Swofford Funeral Chapel with the Rev. John tire gson officiating. Mr. Hoover died at his home in the Turney community about 1 :30 p.m. Monday, February 20. after a sudden illness. Mr. Hoover w a s a retired farmer and a mem...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS TO SHOW PRIZE ANIMALS l! |)S I If Id r in* p° lo It e Kcl pic In i Ilo- tas 10- 111" lip- lus I; 111 |(le- •ly |or- Iril C'CCl lee in lirul l)lcs lice, |iost of 4" m. day Junior Livestock Show To Attract Youngsters Rescue More than 200 entries are ex-1 imals to Rusk March 10. pectcd in the Twelfth Annual They will be members of Fu-| Cherokee County Junior Live-1 ture Farmer and 4-H organi/.at- stock Show, which is some two ions in Cherokee County and weeks away. The event will draw "K'y w'" compete for up to. scores of young livestock and poultry growers and their an- Pacific Finance LOANS 717 N. Mallard Palestine, Tex. Interested in consolidating b i II s, or meeting first of year obligations? Call us at 6007, or drop by our offices in Palestine at Child's Shop- ping Center. SHOO in cash awards. They will also be seeking re- cognition for themselves and their animals, said Adon Dun- can, Rusk vocat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

i: REMEMBER A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY TEACH US TO FRAY Goifs wore! says that we should study to show ourselves to be approved unto God. We are also to teach our children in the ways of the Lord. Once when the Lord had been praying, his disciples asked him to teach them to pray. "And he aaid unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be doúe, as in heaven, so in earth. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our aim; for we alao forgive everyone that is indebted to vs. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver u$ f rom eviL" ATTEND CHURCn EACH SUNDAY that you may be taught; about the Lord. '•'* ' 'M® u M 'i'r HnVfcdhiñlii'' ir" % The Church is God's appointed agsncy in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and cf His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in tha love of Cod, no government or society...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

ptt end- past and t'lio is lerfield lehurch 1. Stov- who irnvers- i, Jr. |cts & 1st. fcxas Ithers le E xas f, Sr. ;r, Jr. Insurance Ilie, Texas mier exas restock jrday acksonville c Co. ion— ee exas Rteady- rete iway exas dio & ice k '•xas rage ion Texas Cherokee County Church Directory T«JE CHEROKEEAN t%6SUA*Y 23, 1961 ÉA06 tHfctfe Rusk and Area Churches Jacksonville and Surrounding Area Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pestor: 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 Lonnie 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 am. Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE £fp), £ / Í * CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS * CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE Cherokee County's LARGEST AUTO DEALER TRADING WILD! Isaacs Chevrolet sells more cars than any other deal in the county and they are out to top all sales records this year. FOR THE BEST DEALS ON BUICKS CHEVROLETS PONTIACS SEE Isaacs Chevrolet RUSK If You Are Looking For 4^1 SAVINGS On New or Used Cars It's Time TO SEE LEEMAN ISAACS AT RUSK MOTOR SALES You'll Save! Save! 1961 FORDS Quality Used Cars Big Trade-ins DON'T WAIT ... DO IT TODAY SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOMEI WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES 801 E. Rusk Phone 6298 Jacksonville lc. Autos For Sale liams- phone MU 3-4444, Rusk. 3 Rea| Estate 4-t-c-36 USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cart at Bargain Prlcai J. C. WILLIAMS Your ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

Bts. All iBollom o o (I | RADIO tfc-13 I pointer It. truck |chesiey lunity), tfc-24 moved, luilt. W. phone I J-4tc 23 liul 300 (on with James |i), Rusk. 2-t-p-35 id Hot lor. Very |one MU Rusk. 3tp-35 ieed I Tomato, ■Id seed. |ou need | farm, or & Seed IJ-4 t-c-23 Iplies Rusk 12-t-p-33 ¡stove and washer. Mrs. Bill lisk. tfe-35 IARANCE! 1495, only |nts $300. lal spinet [ILY $895. Jinic piano, I95. Single Ran S29Í). T U N- pE, Ph. KI l-t-c-35 in t Inted llependahle leen 1 and Restaurant, tfc 32 Isell Raw- licksonville. Box 15-A, Rawleigh |33-5, Mem- J-3-t-p 23 |$2.50 per (art or full [rge repeat len. Write 1KB. DeSoto tin. 2-t-p35 . . digni- if Liable. Ex- Sell Avon s available ppointmcnt Box 333K, ED 1 Jackson- kers st erators Write Co. 360 Te*«* J-TFC 25 I) l';u:o 3 - CLASSIFIEDS - 7. Notices daniel g. Mcdonald Chiropractor X-ray Laboratory Sunday By Appointment Phones 6101 — Res. 4262 Jacksonville, Texas i Radio Repair Work j EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL TYPES OF RADIOS. OVER 20 YEARS ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

PAGE SIX The Cherokeean Shorts s"hówd0wn On Revenue Seen RUSK, TEXAS FEBRUARY 23, 1961 ★ EDITORIALS ★ Public Schools Week Public School Week, March 6 to 10. will bo an appropriate time for citizens, and espec- ially patrons, to learn more about the institut- ions which have the delicate job of instructing the young people. There ought to be exceptional interest in this observance, as, indeed, every week in the year. There is little that is more important. We may look at the curriculum, physical facilities, atmosphere, faculty and administrat- ion. And we ought to look at them with a perceptive eye. Citizens, including local people, in the main have always been quick to criticize schools. Administrators and teachers are most aware of it, but they're far from resenting a healthy violence on the part of adults. However, they do prefer informed critic- ism. They prefer to have parents understand where academic training leaves off and where basic spiritual and moral instruction begin, an...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

CHEROKEE of th« bill wal |t before raises King Pro- [r coming es in the bills that |te license • s that cotton lors; pro- jittal, and criminal Id to have rimes for cent; set han coun- notaries licensing (the Stato |f persons limiting |$i;800,000 Ithe needy the mini- ng a driv- |o 10. Ifl flews- Ithe E. H. [Editor & Itor [EAD, Of- Aanager class mat- in Rusk, I March 3, ection up- ending or pton, firm may ap- of this I corrected to the at. ner. Con- ■larger people fd to pay- Hinty. rough- >ridge con- I under are high- 100,000 Ion 5.8 li Van Farm ers of main- .0. COUNTY FARM NEWS The South of The Border Way THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 23, 1961 page seven Morris A. Bailey, Jr. Assistant County Agent The Wells 4-H-F. F. A. Live- stock Show will be held this year on Saturday, April 8. Sev- eral Wells 4 11 Club Members are getting their animals ready for the show. Tommy and Ed- ward Tobias are planning to show steers. Carl Brewer will show a Beef Heifer. Barbara Glover plans to show a b...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 February 1961

'•mrtP! kaí s. ,jáu SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI.j & SAT. FEB. 23 • 24 & 25 ALL QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED , _ « w '* m JÜ- *.%" , :h // i- / ^ v'm *>V #jf f' •• <•¥ *'«. Nf BROOKSHIRE'S INSTANT COFFEE BROOKSHIRE TEA NABISCO COOKIES FIG NEWTONS Big 6 oz. Jar lb. Box Lb. bag-box 69* 25* 33* WISHEOE DRESSING Italian Style 8 oz. bot. 39c French Deluxe 8 oz. bot. 31c CREAMY WHITE SHORTENING BAKE-RIT SWIFT'S PURE DELICIOUS ICE CREA 3 lb. can 59 i gallon Square Carton FOR A GENUINE USE LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE GROWN IN HAWAII hawaiian flavor LIBBY'S SLICED Pineapple 6 $1 ZEE WHITE OR COLORED NAPKINS 2 PKG 80 OUNT 00 25; Top quality foods at uniformly low prices is a combination that's mighty hard to beat — but mighty easy to COME BUY al BROOKSHIRE BROS.! Yes it's easy to cut food cost without cutting your food list at BROOKSHIRE BROS, because you choose your favorites from hundreds of low-priced values — not from a handful of advertised "specials." Try it — you'll have cash-in- hand proo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 March 1961

fitoür - Town Featuring Special Events, Buys For 2nd Rusk Day Sonic 30 Rusk businesses are the city's best accepted trades cooperating this week in the, promotion. And several special promotion of the area-wide i events have been timed to coin- RUSK DAY bargain fiesta slated for this Friday. jclde with thp di,y- It is the second monthly oh- First of all, there arc scores servance of what appears to he of popular items of merchandise! found. being offered at special one-day prices to stimulate city trad ing. A double-page color ad- vertisement in this issue of The Cherokeean lists the items and Last month's RUSK DAY —I An extra attraction of this the initial observance in the! month's observance will be an present campaign — attracted appearance by the Rusk High hundreds of area people and School band at 3:30 Friday aft- the stores where they may be businesses reported exceptional crnnon. The band will perform iately after school. I Moreover, it will award several Also this month, Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE TWO MARCH 2, 1V61 Elementary School Program Monday Evening «*!¡mrnr In Today's Classroom ... "Bcoklearning Pupil Motivation Most Difficult Teaching is the aft of supply-1 many times ing the motivation and guidance needed in the acquisition of skills necessary to accomplish a riven task Learning theory and laws of learning will in many instances determine the mode of motivation and type of guidance. It is recognized that retention is very low when teaching is attempted without motivation and proper guidance. Motivating a group of 25 to 30 pupils is the most difficult thing that teachers have to do. In some instances, the motivating activity requires more thought, time and ingenuity on the part of the teacher than the time actually spent in the acquisition of the .kill by the pupil. The teacher mus* know her pupils She should know some- thin" of their home life, if parents ;"•(> divorced or separ at'<1, if one or both parents are dead. She should know about r...

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