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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

ALTO VS. TRINITY At Alto Friday CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK! ER our big football contest today; you may ne of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY o obligation! Match your guesses with the •ts . . . just mark your choice for the win- NOT THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES lOO IOO Bonus Prixe if you can correctly guess tha correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alte, Troup end Crockett Football Games. Bonus Prixe if you cen correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football games. ontest ... • • • And Friendly Sportsminded Alto Merchants employees of this newspaper families. away every week; prize money person picking tha most win- II be the winner. Do not guess eekty prizes. 6, you must correctly guasa the tt and Rusk games by quartet*, «t guess the correct final score as.is Friday at 4 p.m. Winners week. Enter a* often as yew deposited at tha collection Alto. >N POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION itry Blank ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER IS. 1959 Planting Programs, Flower Talks Highlight Of Fall By Gertie Fry Fall planting program* talks on flower arrangements high- light garden club meetings throughout the county this month There's no let up with flower- bulbs. Then place the container in and i cool, dark place. Leave it there until the tops grow two or three inches high This method will per mit the bulbs to develop a good root system to hold up the stems lovers who like color and cheer in and heads the home through winter months. With the tops at this height, and many are making preparations bring the container to the light, gradually putting it into the sun- shine in time for the flower heads to open Keep enough water in the bulbs will not now For one of the indoor cheer ful beauties this winter, grow flow- ering bulbs by the pebble and wat- er method. Many varieties grow container so the well indoors and if planted soon, dry out they can be forced into bloom by Many bulbs may be gro...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOMW 15, 19S9 PAGE 7 Rusk wm. i JhU CHEROKEf COUNTY FARM NEWS Irene P. Odom County Horn* Demonstration Agent EGGTOBER EGG FACTS Since 1400 B. C. eggs have been eaten by mankind, yet we are still discovering important Nutritional facts about them that rates them as one of our best foods. Practical- ly every farmstead and rural vil- lage in most parts of the world has their share of chickens. Here in our country, hen eggs are those most commonly eaten. In some countries eggs are regarded as a delicacy, while bird, turtle, and terrapin eggs are eaten by some races of people. Eggs are such ac- cepted foods with us that we over- look the importance of them in our daily diet. "Eggtober" with the theme "Eat More Eggs—A Good Health Habit" is an excellent time to re-examine the place of eggs in our own family diet. 0 Linwood 441 Club By Jo ChMtt The Linwood 4-H club met in the Educational Building, Palestine Baptist Church, Monday, October 5, 1959, at 7:30 P.M. The meeting w...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 October 1959

PACE I THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER IS. 195* * Jacksonville Hospital News * MEMORIAL NAN TRAVIS October 5 Admitted. Mrs Matie Fleming, city, William S Wright city; Mr* Ruby Manley. Lttftin, Ollie N Nail. Lukfin* Miss Bobbie Neil Buries, Rusk; Mr* Forest Breve!! Lufltin; Felix A. Sawyer. Van. Elam C Johnston. cify Mrs C D Hallmark. Athens. Ceio D Hal mark. Athens; Mrs Mona M a y Ekstrum, city: Mrs J G MKiuire, Lufkin, Mrs. D Ramey, Reklaw Elton O. Simmons, city, Mrs C' T Metts, Pollok; I-arry Allen Jones, Palestine. Mrs Ear I ton F Ray. Henderson, Leonard Johnson. Troup; Russell Bruce Ward, city; Mrs C D. Shackelford, Tyler, Tom E Jones, city, Miss Sandra Ann Commons, city Dismmed. Mrs Nellie Rhodes, Bullard; Mrs, H W Spradley, Na cogdoches. Took W. Washington, Nacogdoches; Mrs F r a n k E Sprouse, Texarkana, Clarence Lee lv¡e, city; Mrs Leasie Myers, city October 6 Admitted Mrs Jessie W Hook- er. city. Mrs Viola Campbell, city; John Wesley McCrackf-n. Elkhart. Everitt Phillip* Overton; Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

Microfilm Service ft Salt* * O Box 8066 «tf H ni m if ■ I I ' ¡Round, . . . Town tyi'dh Haundatkud COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining Hm iwwtfaHierinf facilities of Jacksonville lyntlw in the most complot* local nows medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT NEVER received so much for his monoy • ho did this yoor whon ho poid his poll tax . . . Botiovo wo'vo sot somo sort of. a record for election in Rusk this yoar . . . VOLUME 112 OCTOBER 72, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 18 PAGES NUMBER IS ROUNDABOUT WILL BET that thoso who failed to pay thoir $1.75 rogrot it now . . . THE BIG CLIMAX to voting cornos next month whon Rusk vot- ers will deckled two issues. The Upper Noches vote comes Novem- ber 10th, and the "wet-dry" elec- tion follows November 14th . . - Both are mighty important to Rusk. AS ALWAYS, The Cherokeean ¡ will do its utmost to present the iss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

paos a THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 27, 1M9 Forest News Schochler Hardware Featured In Southern Hdw. Magazine Schochler Hardware of Rusk wasl ~ featured In a writ^up in Ü maga I |^||%c zinc, •Southern Hardware" for th*fl,,U,U,,3 m™"h 0rtob" ^ bi,: Gladewater At A. L. OOOM Sue visited with the C. A Odom Mr and Mrs Dunning Roye and ¡ children of Longview «pent HQQ . tJie Charlea Odom and Orville tiona «hall be and same are hereby ordered to be held on the 10th day of November, i9V>, in the City of Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas; in the City of Palestine, An- derson County, Texas; and in the ¡City of Rusk, Cherokee County, PAL WATER AUTHORITY" EACH VOTER shall mark out with pen or pencil one of the a- bove expressions, thus leaving the separate elections and if a ma- jority of the votes cast in any City shall favor detachment of that City then all the territory thereof, other as indicating his or her vote' thereafter shall be detached from on the proposition. t the Upper Neches Rive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

ta rom in liles ?old- lo- are te a de- 11812, Eagles Bounced Into AA Elite in 1960 Shake-up Weekly Football what Rusk Folks The next couple of editions of Busk football teams won't have to iacc an old Eagle nemesis, Jasper, next year, but lookey here: Mineóla, Gladewater, Gilmer and Greggton — a brand new district that's going to call for some rising to several occasions in the Eagle camp. Rusk got shunted into the elite of the AA bracket in what will be known as 16AA. The other new member is Gladewater, a AAA comedown this year. The other three teams are old members. Games next year will be closer to home and tougher consistently. The Eagles have made occasional pre conference forays into the oil field circuit before and found a faster, bigger, harder brand of football. While not a conference member, New London is on an equal foot- ing generally with the loop. It holds two consecutive wins over Rusk. And the Eagles had a 20-14 experience this year with White Oak, a Class-A club tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

Buying Selling Renting Services Employment WANTED FOR SALE boots $5 95 Hunting and work boots $8.S5 up tBig «election) Army shoes $4 96. Raincoats, rub ber boots, overshoes and rainhats FOB SALE: 1 have 12 uk . about S Mocks from Courtmouse 1 btock off Palestine St. All utilities. Willi 12 gauge shotgun shells $2 45 build you a home on one o< them ' Rifle case *2 95 Military rifles 1 will furnish pi«b mma speriitea- ! paint *nd tarpaulins titus and help yoa u> finance.i ~ . „ Phone MU ^2802 M. 1*. Carlisle * SALE Practwrally new ho^ R¡ . tlc-26 "°®ern convenience . '2 acre lot ■ Conveniently located $2 .£50. J P SALE Diomondt Watches Gifts Y\f- to 50% Oft See us before you buy. Sumner# Jewelry ) S. Main Jacksonville J tfr 28 Morrison, Keklaw 2 t-p-17 FOR SALE: Thrift, pansy arid strawberry plants. Rt. 4, II us k, mile and a half South of Üialville W Hightower 2-t-p-JS FOR SAI.E Firewood Any length Billy Lankford MU 3 4995. 81 < 18 Radio Repair Work EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL TYP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

f! "S ¡sfet life üp Ü BE ill m Tea Shower Compliments news of interest to ~ Mrs. Bryant Saturday Mrs. Don Bryant was compli- mented at a stork shower Saturday evening, October 17th in the home of Mrs. Buford Wright. Hostesses with Mrs. Wright for the occasion were Mesdames Helen Mason, Fay Kennard, Mann Pierce, Lucille Dotson, Patsy Pruitt, and Norma Brown. Carrying out a color scheme of pink and white, the refreshment table was covered with a pink cloth overlaid with pink. net. It was draped and caught at the corners with flowers. The table's centerpiece, pink roses in a white ¡ vase, was flanked by pink candles in white holders. On the buffet was a brandy snifter filled with roses and coral vine. A similar arrangement was on the coffee | table. Pink frosted cake, pink punch and party mints were served. Mrs. Kennard served the cake and Mrs. Mason presided at the punch ser- vice. After a number of interesting and appropriate games, the hon- oree opened her many nice gifts. Present i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

mmm It. f RUSK VS Son Augustine At San Augustine, Friday ! Hi ANYONE CAN WIN CA WEEKLY PRIZES FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE uNTER our big football win one of the big prize ... no obligation! Mate experts . . . just mark 3 ners, NOT THE SCOR1 Hear The Game On KTLU-1580, Sponsored By These Rusk Businesses... J. C. WILLIAMS TEXACO DEALER FOR RUSK & ALTO AREA RAMBLER DEALER FOR ALL CHEROKEE COUNTY KNOX RAY MEN'S WEAR EVERYTHING FOR MEN A B4G BOYS RUSK WOODS PIGGLY WIGGLY SAVE AS YOU SPEND WITH SSH GREEN STAMPS BEARDEN FURNITURE COMPANY RUSK, TEXAS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY BROOKSHIRE BROS. RUSK, TEXAS GREGG INS. AGENCY CITIZENS STATE BANK 3 7277 SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION THE CHEROKEEAN RUSK, TEXAS ED STOVER CAFE "HOME OF FINE FOODS" CHEROKEE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP ASSOCIATION STOVALL CLEANERS WEST SIDE OF SQUARE RUSK Rules of Contest . . ANYONE CAN ENTER EXCEPT employees of thij newspai or Radio Station KTLU or their families. THREE CASH PRIZES are given away ev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

ÜLCONTEST CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK Grapeland ' our big football contest today; you may ie of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY obligation! Match your guesses with the • • . just mark your choice for the win- OT THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES $ lOO $ >00 infest . . . mployees of this newspaper milies. *ay every week; prize money erson picking the most win- be the winner. Do not guess :ly prizes. you must correctly guess the and Rusk games by quarters, guess the correct final score s Friday at 4 pan. Winners k. Enter as often as you deposited at the collection POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION ry Blank Gladewater San Augustine Grapeland Nacogdoches Carthage Center orrigan Trinity Texas ASM Mississippi ice Texas Tech ittsburgh lorth Texas lot re Dame urdue lorida fulane i.C. L A orth Carolina St. .. ÍR Gladewater ( ) PRIZE ATTACH TO HCTIONS OF FINAL QUARTER OF THE >TBALL GAMES Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN FACI I First Baptist Circles LULA NEWBURN CIRCLE J VTLI.E ~ The Uila Newburn Circle of the Woman's Missionary Guardians of Hcallh Our Pharmacist Study Constantly! Everyday new drug , antibiotic* and other pharmaceutical* ar« developed. Our trained pharma- cist read constantly to learn about them all. They stand rea- dy to *rve you promptly, care- fully. Make our «tore your head- quarter . . . for your health' ake. Cartlidge Drug Store Phone MU 3 /358 Rusk. Te* OCTOBER 22, 1959 Union of First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon in a clase- room oí the church with twelve member* present Mrs C R Meadow* presided at the short business meeting prior to the lesson. Mrs Lloyd Andrews gave a report on the District WML' meeting held at Omen last Tues- day Mr . A J Searcy was ap- pointed flower chairman and Mr* Mack Johns was appointed food chairman by the president. Mrs E. L. Penland Jed the opening pray- er Mrs J H. Jayroe taught the lesson from the fifth chapter of Galatians...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

ent the cherokeean CTOBER 22, If PAGE Children *1 Railways gather on Canadian rom Sep- oe one of fNS ifted pile, fox- ■t-resis- :ized square yard low |truck) f . rick Or reat To 'e/p Needy [Rusk area residents are fore- Irned that "ghosts and goblins" |11 be calling Saturday night, Oc- er 31st when Halloween iesti- ties begin. (According to Mrs. C. Metz Heald, kperintendent of the Junior De- irtment of F i r s t Methodist liurch. many of the children will calling on you to Trick or teat for UNICEF. "Our old American holiday, Hal- |ween, has been given a new rist by millions of American idren. When they call on you loween night, those who will wearing the orange and black Dies To Speak To Rusk Clubs State Senator Martin Dies will speak to a meeting of Rusk's three service clubs Thursday at noon. Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs will meet with the Lions Club for the talk. _t| Pansies Planted In Fall Should Have Protection UNICEF tag are donating the pen- nies you give them to the United Natio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

PAGE THE CHEROKEEAN 10 OCTOeCft 23. iw CHURCH EVENTS Methodist Women Schedule Meeting; Family Night Set Food Service Chapter Has Meeting Here WHAT Rusk Folks .... ARE DOING I Vuiung IIr. and Mr . A 1 v i n t The Cherokee County Chapter of Sherman recently were Mr. and the feaaa School Food Association Mrs Dave Walmer, Veligo, Calif. I met Tuesday, October 20th at 3 Mrs. Etta Chapman, Mr. and Mr p.m in the Junior High School Wilder Brown, Palestine, Mr. and Cafeteria at Rusk with 25 present Mrs. Ray Sherman. Lufkin, Mr Jim Miller of Ft. Worth with and Mrs J. A. Lattimore, Jackson- Wednesday evening, October 2# villano Food gave an interesting ville, Mr and Mrs. G. Z. Sherman, a Halloween bo* supper is planned ¿¿mongtrafion using Milano pro- O'Donnell, J. R. Sherman and ary of First Methodist Church for at the church All families of the d(jctl daughter Jan, Victoria. World Day of Prayer observance church are urged to attend and Time has been set for 7 30 p m bring a decorated box supp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

of Rusk meeting 20th at ent, pre- ed ham uffet to esdames Ratcliff, , W. W. H. Fitts, Moore; on, Mrs. Bob gs, Mrs. off, Mrs. Cate Po- "'I itim MM ;SS IS m 8 MM 'Mk, ■ m m í i I 9 k, I GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE JUMBO LETTUCE JONATHAN APPLES 4 HEAD Lb. Bag CELLO CARROTS 16 Oz. Bag U. S. No. 1 YAMS Pound JUMBO CELERY Stalk 39 10 7 15 There's something about these beautiful fall days and cool nights that makes pork taste wonderful!! Whether it's a crusty pork roast, or chops, sizzling from the grill, a pork supper makes a BIG hit with everybody! Pork is in good supply, too, so the cost is low. For the best selection of choice pork cuts, shop Piggly Wiggly's Pork Sale. Remember, there are no finer meats than these you always find at . . . PIGGLY WIGGLY Guaranteed Top Quality Meats FRESH PORK 39 KORN KIST SLICED BACON 3 - *1" SMOKED PICNIC SALT HAMS Lb. 33J0WL Lb. 19 :GROCERY SPECIALS: BONNIE BAKER BISCUITS SUNNY OLEO IMPERIAL CANE SUGAR BONNIE BAKER FLOUR 3 Can, 25C 2 Lb«. 29* 10 Lb* 95c 5 - ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN STATE pAGE s OCTOBER 77, W9 tf'M m m Ki'it ftt ■ASSOCIATION Capital News ESTASL.SHI-O JULY S, l«47 AS TMf PIOH66K Entered u eecond das* matter at the poetaíflee ■ R«i Act of March 3. 1879 Tnu E. H. WHITEHEAD MBS. E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upow the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation waicb may appear in the columns oí tiiu newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougnt tn the «Mention of the publisher — SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County (ATO $1.75 $3 00 $2.25 $4 00 trae icir wui UÍ , . Classified* and Cards of Thanhs charged for at the rata of S< pdf word. Cherokeean Editorials TV-Jury Service The department has been asked to become a member of the 1959 Television A- ward Jury, "composed ex- clusively of TV editors and critics." While it enjoys TV. the department has no T...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

SCD NEWS Ion, ett. leader, TEXAS District Cooperators Now Seeding Winter Cover Crops t Henderson 33—Tyler Lee 6 Ganado 0—VanderbUt 0 (Tie) Waller 44—Klein 8 Mart 26—Fairfield 6 Aransas County 54—Gregory-Port- land 6 Wharton 24— Boling 0 A&M Consolidated 8—Navasota 0 Orchard 50—Ftiendswood 0 Victoria 35—Harlingen 0 Uvalde 18— Mission 0 Santa Rosa 36—Harlingen B 12 San Isidor 30—Port Isabel 0 China 42—Evadale 14 Newton 40—Little Cypress 20 Keller 34—Alvarado 3 Springtown 22—Jbshu 6 j White Oak 40—Judson 0 Dallas Sunset 56—Dallas Kimball 20 i Pittsburg 14—Jefferson 12 Frisco 80—Royse City 0 Dallas Croxier Tech 6—Dallas Ad- amson 0 Grand Saline 34—Wills Point 6 Nacogdoches 16—Gladewater 8 Forney 14—Kerens 7 Springhill 16—Arp 0 Dallas Hillcrest 32—Dallas Jeffer- son 0 ; Allen 33—Proper 6 Whitney 53—Abbott 22 Galveston 20—Marshall 0 Bonham 13—Pano 0 Hooks 20—Dekalb 8 Deer Park 20—Channelview 13 El Campo 24—Cuero 6 Columbus 14—La Grange 0 Goliad 34—Floresville 0 New Waverly 34—High Isl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

A Fam: RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.M.C Friday — 2pm. Morning Worship — 11 am, Sunday C. A Service — 7 p.m . Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 p ra.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnio H. Webb. Paster SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, ft 45 a. m Morning Worship, 11.00 am. Training Union, 6 30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p m. Youth Fellowship, 8 30 p.m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 13 Choir Practice 8 00 pm CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH R^v. Wayne u. Smrrnm Sunday School, 0 45 a m. Morning Worship, 11 00 a m Training Union fl 30 Sun. Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday Evening Servires 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 m. Worship Service, 11 am. BTU, 7 p m. Evening Worship, 8 p rn. Midweek Worship, Wed. night, 7 30 p m. SEVENTH-OA Y ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 00 Wed. Night Service 7:30 Bible Lessons illustrated with colored ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

335S5! iz ¿ííí*M 1* 7* M íiTtí §!§« fi - niüt id Church of Your Choic JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES K I hese super highways, these interlocking cloverleafs of shiny jncrete that crisscross our land are an amazing marvel of our nation's lgineering. And yet for all' the time and inconvenience they save lless we know exactly where we are going they can become a con-j íing maze...a motorist's nightmare. We can easily compare our lives to the automobiles that travel íese highways. A driver without a known destination in mind, a¡ íotorist that does not know where he is going, a man without a map lr a guiding plan is soon lost amid the complex interchanges. And so j is with life. Each of us has but one true destination and that is loward God and His promise of Eternal Life. The church, your church, |s the guidepost that lights the way; it is the sign on the highway that )ints the route. Give your life a known destination... Go to the j thurch of your choice this Sunday <Z) 1939, Cokman Adv. S«r...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

PACE é THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER U, II EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Eagle Eye We've heard that Barbara Co* ha* a crush on Callie Smith. What about this, kids'' Another boy that is having girl trouble is Dennis Dot son He has all the girls chasing him week? If this paper reaches Columbus, Georgia, we want to «ay hello to Mrs Finis Green, our own Ann Williams We all miaa you, Ann. Sue Isaacs and Don Parsons from Alto had a very nice time at the Dallas Fair Saturday. Tana Hasaell and Corkey Cherry Joyce Rogers has been receiving really get a round Last week they Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Sports Editor Feature Editors Sponsor Donna Bothwell jflJen Ray Larry Talley William Tosh Richard Tackett, Martha Coker, Wanda Westbrook, Fay Birkeibach Mrs Lewis McCarroll Editorial letters from Lon Morris College. The return address says Billy Mad do*' „ . ' Larry Hibbard, someone has a . , on you! She has first period mt . ^ World History. Guess who. The members...

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