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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

I") ICANE 5 )ZEN (N 39c 49c Redfish Begin Moving In This Month Jacksonville Hospitals By Vtrn Sanford It's time for the redfish to begin moving into the back bays along the Texas coast. There has been good red fish- ing all summer, but October is the month when it begins to improve appreciably, with some really big bull reds being hauled in. From now until January, you can expect some real catches. Nov- ember and December should be especially good. Redfish come in two classes. You either get the bull reds, which run upwards of three pounds; or the rat reds, those that are below threeI pounds. But don't kid yourself that the rat reds aren't just asj good to eat. Bulls and rats alike will hit Etta Smgleiary CHIROPRACTOR Office East of Agriculture Am Texas lures. But they love shrimp! Some fishermen who classify themselves as experts, will tell you that they had just as soon fish with dead shrimp as with live ones. I've tried 'em both. And I'll take the live shrimp any day. However, I ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 October 1959

PAGE i THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 72. 1W Tickets To Cotton Bowl CHEtOKEE rni I MTV CAD KA MPXA/Q Available By Mail Only |A| II 1 AAklm/wl 1^1 C wW ™ DALLAS — Ticket applications the allocation of the 25,000 avail EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Monday. October 19 Agricultural Workers Club Meet ing at 7 30 P.M. at Rusk Hotel 4-H Committee Meeting at 7:30 p.m. ia the Council Room Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Ann Sbellhammer — 11 55-12 00 KTLL' — Rusk — Irene P Odom — 12251230 Tuesday, October 20 Dairy" Subcommittee Meeting at 7 30 P.M. Future Citizens Club Picnic Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Gerald R. Chandler — 11 55 22 00 KTLU—Rusk at 7 00 p m Radio - KEBK — Jacksonville — Irene Odom — II 55-12 00 KTLU — Rusk — Ann Shellham mer — 12 2512 30 Friday, October 23 Office Conference Radio — KEBK — Jacksonville — — Marvel Grant — 11 5512 00 KTLU — Rusk — Steve Lilly — 12 25-12.30 0 4-H Club News Gerald R. Chandler Assistant County Agant 4-H Club Members and parents at Well and New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

IS lir- íu- at- ler Lid rir- |l 1 Ibe |lo- |be ate to lin- Jnt, Ire- sils Microfilm Service k Sales P O Box 8008 •« 'flaund . . . Town ¡tytitfi, tiow/uLaíout RUSK'S EAGLES will either be ll on their way toward a Dit- ricf Championship, or fall by tho vayslde Friday nipht. Coach Polo ►rimes' Feathered Flock, slowod injuries to Icoy playors, have "uphill* fipht whan thay enter- lain tho Crockott Bulldogs. CROCKETT HUMILIATED tho lirds last yaar. Roundabout ha tho E agios playad thoir pomo of tho season apainst Crockott in 19SS. They'll havo to pUy thoir bast Friday nipht if •hoy hopo to stay in tho District 24AA championship raca. ! WIN, LOSE, OR DRAW, Round- «bout is with tho Eapios. Believe wo'li havo ono of tho larpost crowds of tho yoar out to boost tho flock at this important pama, too. OUR FRIEND, J. FERRIN WIL- LIS, writos that ho is boinp troat- od for anomia ovor at McClosky VA Hospital, and aftor about 4 more pints of blood, ho says ho thinks ha'll bo fooling 100% hot- •or ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

*AGE 1 THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER J . tW Countians Receiving 31 Per Cent More SS As of February 1990, «ocia! k curity payments to the retired aged, the disabled, and survivor were being paid in Cherokee Coun- ty at the rate of $1.306MS a year, according to Loye M Copeland. manager of'he Ty ler social secur ny district office This is an in crease of about 31% over last year, Copeland said, and represents monthly payments of $108,879 be- ing paid to a total of 2326 benefi cisnes Copeland stressed that while the benefits are intertded primarily for the beneficiary's economic se- curity, the payments are also the equivalent of a monthly payroll of $108.879 in Cherokee County, and this helps business in the commu nity generally bt-cause most of the money is spent immediately on food clothing, and other neces sities "Payments to a retired worker averaged $67.50 nationally in Feb ruary while the national averag - for a retired couple was $119 40 per month," Copeland said The average for a wido...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

the cherokeean OCTOBER ,m9 PAGE 3 Buying Selling? Renting Services Employment or Best Results read and usethi FOk sale ÍOR SALE: J have lie un. . about ts block;- from Countnuse. i block off Palestine St Ah utilities Will build you a Dome on one of them 1 will furnish punt. sptvifica tion.s and help you lo fir.ance Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. «.article Rusk. tfc 28 FOR SALE' 12 used lavatories. Complete, except trap. $7.50 each. MU 3-4600 C. L. Manning. tfc-9 sale Diamonds Watchet Gifts 21% to 50% Of* See us b«fere you buy. Summers Jewelry ) S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 NICE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon roe Street. For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 9137 Jackson- ville. J-tfc-32 ~~~~ F O R S A L E BULB PLANTING TIME Unsurpassable Daffodils, Tulips, Narcissus, Hyacinth, Dutch Iris, Ranuncules, and Anemones. LAWSON'S FLOWER SHOP 6 mi. East Jacksonville U.S. Hwy. 79 J-4TC-6 FOR SALE: Good used sheet iron, 2x4s, 2>:6s and 2x8s from dismant- led building. Phone 8820 or 8864 Jacksonville. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

Maydelle New J by Mrs. Minnie Cooiwr Mr and Mrs Josh Benge and daughter Chruty visited Gerald AUei) in the Rusk Memorial Hos pita! Sunday afternoon Gerald had to return to the Hospital after be- ing released, he now has pneu- monia. Mrs. Mildred Roach has era ployment at the First State Bank in Rusk Mr. Bolton Ilanson ts very sick this week in his home her«- Mr and Mrs. Robert Durrett of Tyler visited relatives here Sun day Mrs. Jessie Hockenberry and son Bert have returned to their home in Slippery Springs, Perm after a visit here with relatives Chub Ha&seil of Big Springs and father Robert of Palestine visited frier,ds here Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Cellum and M r s Minnie Conner attended the lee uire of Rev Tucker of Dallas at the First Baptist Church in Rusk Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs L. D. Forman of Jacksonville visited their daugh- ter. baby and Mr. Berry Sunday Mrs Lizzie Wallace, a native of Ml. Hope Community in Cherokee Co was buried Saturday in the Mt Hope Cemetery Mr Sher...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

ALTO vs. At Dibolt Friday Night i\N CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK rHIRD PRIZE ENTER our big football contest today; yoo may win one of the big prizes. NOTHING TO BUY . . no obligation! Match your guess- es with the experts . • • ¡ust mark your choice for the winners, NOT THE SCORES! BONUS PRIZES $ i00 $cnoo mployees of this newspaper milks. ray every weak; prize money arson picking the most win- be the winner. Do net guess cly prizes. you must correctly guess the and Rusk games by quarters, guess the correct final score is Friday at 4 •reek. Enter as deposited at I to. i. Winners en as yew collection POINTS IN ALTO BOYD'S PHARMACY WELDON HENDRICKS GLENN'S GROCERY LUSK TEXACO SERVICE STATION US PRIZE ATTACH TO lEDICTIONS OF FINAL BY QUARTER OF THE FOOTBALL GAMES Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct score by quarters of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football Games. Bonus Prize if you can correctly guess the correct final scores of the Rusk, Alto, Troup and Crockett Football...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

PAGE é THE CHEROKEEAN OCTOBER 79. \f$9 'X sJ? Punting and Passing J'ville Indians Spends Week Journey To At Teachers Henderson Fri. Convention The Rusk Eagles meet another tough opponent in conference play this Fnday when they tangle with Crockett. Last Friday against Cen ter Crockett looked very impres- sive with a 34-0 victory Jacksonville football fans will have a choice of games on the menu for Thursday. The Hatchet Gang journeys to Lufkin for a sec- ond meeting with the Lufkin B squad The hatchet men will be out to avenge their loss to Lufkin team earlier in the season Lufkin has been the only team to stop the hatchet gang this year. The Junior High will tangle with the Glade water Jr High at the Tomato Bowl The Braves have a season's record of 2 wins, 2 losses and 2 ties. This will be their homecoming game and the Jr High Football Sweet heart will be named. PICKING A PRAYING Henderson over Jacksonville This is a tough one. if the In dians can develop a little better offense to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

Speak Wednesday news of interest to At Garden Club Meet Tbe Rusk Garden Club met Wed- nesday, October 21st in the home of Mrs. J. E. Wallace on Barron Street with Mrs. Ralph Benton, Mrs. W. H. Hanna and Mrs. L. D. Guinn serving as hostesses. Mrs. Carl Wipprecht president, presided at the business session. Members answered roll call, nam- ing some place in the city of Rusk which needs to be beautified. Mem- bers voted to purchase $50 in Christmas gift wrapping and rib- bons to help the Lighthouse for the BUnd. Mrs. Jack Pinson, in charge of WONDER FAX InCRATUCSNMO octuoMy down 1 intoM to woni its victims. It shokw ISts roHifti htfof ttrildnfi bicomi lit U twiinj itself. OHmt imIm ittmit ratita ihoki tK#ir tofts I wtitd rtny got oxdtod YOU'LL RECEIVE THE BEST OP VITAMINS AND HEALTH PRODUCTS HERE. CHAPMAN PHARMACY Ph. MU 3-4122 Rusk, Texas the program, presented "Ever- greens to Screen and Landscape." Mrs. Ed Ratcliif discussed "The Best Use of Evergreens for Civic Projects," and Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

To Trick Or Treat For Less Fortunate * LETTERS 10 ™ m,(* * «« «Port was also given w« HnSlnW/spn TVs Dave Garroways "Today" 1 «WHwWCCIl I. Ponta Plans i Carnival For Baptist General Convention To Be Held In Corpus Christi i'vtt t v rvr and Mrs. Bradford i Christian Education Commiaaion. Curry, Dr. H. If. Ward and Mrs The messenger* will vote on the Carl Martin of Central Baptist board's recommendation to lease Texarkana, Mr E. H. Whitehead Editor; TV* Dave Garroways "Today- Rusk Cherokeean program. a Halloween Carnival at Ponta • ,. .fa, . Rusk, Texas Mindful please, that report was has been announced for Saturday Church, Jacksonville, will be a- Wa ey oapt Dear Sir: not from any anti-alcoholic org- i "W**. October 31st in the Com- mong the 8,000 persons from virtu- rather than accept the hospital Ktnr,. vtni <uw fit to publish my animation, ft was not a report from munity Center Building, according ally every town and city in the as a gift from the institution's Liter in the Oct...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

Last Week's Scores Brown wood 24—Weatherford 6 Kaufman 13—Terrell 0 Knox City 44—Aspermont 6 Burkhumett 20—Nocona 3 Archer City 22—Chillkothe 8 Bowie 22—Decatur 16 Graham 40—Vernon 0 Iowa Park 38—Holiday 8 Henrietta 20—Munday 8 YOU'VE HARD ABOUT IT ON RADIO now come in ■ and see the ELECTRIC DAM tie H' IKANVB I y" nB A/'vrr r.m C BEARDEN FURNITURE CO. Ph. 3-4544 Rusk, T«u Lockett 14—Newcastle 0 ! Crowell 24—Paducah 0 i Perryton 52—Childress 0 Throckmorton 14 Rule 8 Quanah 41—Shamrock 22 Seymour 36—Haskell 0 Bryson 46—Oklaunion 28 Alice 32—San Antonio Bracken- ridge 18 Blanco 7—San Antonio Southside 7 Victoria 14—San Antonio Jeffer- son 6 Seguin 42—San Antonio Lee 0 Nixon 34—Nordheim 8 Premont 20—Hebbronville 20 (Tie) Hallettsville 31—Yoakum 20 Mason 23—Burnet 8 Carrizo Springs 26—Poteet 6 Waco University 20—La Vega 13 Connally 12—Glen Rose 9 McGregor 28—Martin 0 Mexia 22—Teague 8 Mart 20—Bremond 12 Hubbard 30—Bynum 0 Valley Mills 56—Hico 0 Cleburne 41—Stephenville 0 Wort ham 22—Fros...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN | AGE 2 OCTOGSR , IMf ■ ASSOCIATION * STATE CAPITAL NEWS * £<*& JUL T J, \$47 AS TMf PION6KH Bartered h wand ci«u nuauer at the poctsfffce at Act of Marrb 1 187* Rum, Teuw E. H WHITEHEAD MBS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor «nd Publisher Office and Bu*ine« Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upoi the chtrseter. «landing. or repu- tation of any per*oo, firm, or corporitioo woicb may appear 'n tha folnmn. 0f tbu newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brotigBt '♦ < aftentioo <rf the publisher. $1.73 *3.00 $225 $4 00 SUBSCRIPTION «ATES Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County Classifieds and Cards of Thank ehargad for at tha rala of Se per word. Editorials Cities In Need The waste of p u b 1 i c money in sundry way is particularly c h a f i n g to those in need. And just who is in need in these prosper- ous times? Municipalities — at least .«orne of them—are today's poor relations amonsr t h <•...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

t IP mii i ii MCkf OR I TREATI TCSl, My%$& :■■ : :■■ !;• Guaranteed Top Quality Meats Cook Your FRUIT CAKE EARLY. Our Fruit Cake Ingredients Heve Arrived. MIXED 79* FRUITS CANDIED CHERRIES . $1.29 CANDIED PINEAPPLE* $1.29 | DECKER'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE r *29 Mild FRESH Pork Chops Heavy Beef Loin or T-Bone ■ STEAK lb. . . . Won't be long now before all the little neighborhood gob- lins will be traipsin' up to your door for "tricks or treat ." Be ready for this invasion by shopping PIGGLY WIGGLY's teas- ing selection of Halloween fruils and candies . . . and if you've a mind to, you can tempt the grown-ups, too! For be-witchin' foods for Halloween, shop . . . PIGGLY WIGGLY Garden Fresh Produce APPLES New Crop Starkjng Red Delicious RUTABAGA TURNIPS YELLOW ONIONS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT TEXAS ORANGES Pound Pound GRAPES Pound Beg Pound Beg Pound DOG FOOD MARSHMALLOWS SALT BONNIE BAKER CAT FOOD DELIGHT—16 Ox. Can CURTIS MINIATURE 10 Ox. Pkg. 26 Ox. Box DELIGHT—16 Ox. Cen •V in & GOLDEN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

WbSMN.:^^' • - A Faunraily That Prays Together Together ■ RUSK CHURCHES CHEROKEE COUNTY'S ASSEMBLY OF GOO Paitor REV. J. A. GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJI.C. Friday — 2 p m. Morning Worship — 11 a.m., Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m.. Sunda Evening Worship — 7:30 p.m_ Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnio H. Wobb, Paster SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School, 0 43 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 ?:00 p.m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne borrow Sunday School, ft 43 a m. Morning W<>.-«¡hip. 11:00 am Training Union 6 30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R. Brooks, pastor Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. BTU, 7 p m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m Midweek Worship, Wed night, 7:30 p m. SEVENTH-OA Y ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Cartor, Pastor In New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9:30 a m. Worship...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

id Clburclhi of Yow Choice Litik Mia Happim JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES mMm w|g§P N- '%>■■> <■ ■k * A ■ :"y ' v.:..-^.-.' ::. ' -- ■ I R^^PB I ,* ■jLL'Vmk* f áü*' X It .. <í;¿1 ■ • rg. : <a: v iyffiáüM ^ugar and spice and everything nice... that's what little girls are made of.' And one look at this i young lady and we all have to agree with that wise old saying. For surely the unknown author of ¡ that famous line was the father of j just such a beautiful girl as this. | Perhaps he saw her as we see her now... all dressed up in a cute j frilly hat and ii crisp, lacy won- derful dress waiting at the doorj for the family on their way to| church. How proud that father was as he saw the deep shining! love radiating in her eyes and the j cheerful sweet smile on her face. And how thankful he must have been as he and his family knelt in j church and prayed together. Yes, we all, no matter what our sta- tion in life might seem to be, have much for which to thank our God. Begin now ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

r THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE A OCTOBER 79, ItSf Car! B. Sherman, Former Rusk Man, Houston Fund Chairman Cari B Sherman, former Ruskite Quarterback Club. received recognition in the "Hous He and Mr* Sherman have three ton Clobber" magazine this month children. Steven, age 9. John, age Sherman is the general chair 5, and Kirk, age 3. The family at man of the 1SW0 United Fund Cam tends the Palmer Memorial Epi* paign for Houston and Harria copal Church of Houston County. -C- His appointment to this high post cf importance and responsi- bility came as no particular aur prue to those who have known him for he has for years been ac tive in past United Fund Cam paigns Alao, public service posts have, in the past, had a knack of seek- < ing the affable ex Federal Bureau of Investigation agent out. To cite what Rusk are Folks doing Mr. and Mrs Samuel Knox mot- ored to Veterans Hospital at Mar lin Wednesday for Mr Knox's i checkup Mrs. Lee Ross and Mrs Marvin Roten attended the Allied Florist Chri...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

by au's ISouth an ex- itive EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 P P e 90 r m i5i I9< 19* Eagle Eye [on their side. Here's to you, Mar I vin! Michael Burks now is a man of Pat Smith is one boy with plenty ¡distinction. More than just a few fn 2LT drinkS C°ke! h«ve commented on him and his in study hall behind a newspaper! Jo Ann Dominy is wearing a white car. beautiful engagement ring. We're) YEA ! ! ! SENIOR RINGS ARE all very happy for you, Jo Ann. j HERE ! ! ! and we wish you and your "to be" RHS can hardly wait until our Editor-in-Chief Donna Isaacs much happiness Who are the four girls who work '¡in the library fifth period who al- Assistant Editor Donna Bothwell ways havc such ■ wild time? Business Manager ... „ , Congratulations Fay Birkelbach, AUen ««y for being elected Senior Class Circulation Manager Larry Talley Duchess *or the Christmas parade. _ . Margaret Seale has a one-track Sports Editor William Tosh mind. All she thinks about is Jim- Feature Editors Richard Tackeu my Lovel...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 October 1959

PACE • THE CHEROKEEAN 0CT06CR W, 19 Upper Neches Municipal Water Authority Kiwanis Hear Dr. Peeples Troup Man In Ike Library Ceremonies NOTICE OF ELECTIONS QUESTION OF DETACHMENT Of TERRITORY as follow*, to wit THE STATE OF TEXAS j A RESOLUTION u,c ™«u ... ^ „„ «« aaw UPPER NECHES RIVER Director of the Upper Neches to order separate election* to be Í election in such cities «hall be pre MUNICIPAL WATER AUTHORITY River Municipal Water Authorityj held on the same day in each of pared in sufficient number and in ATTEST: TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED ordering separate elections to be the Cities comprising the District i conformity with Chapter 6, V. A. Gus Blankenship ELECTORS OP UPPER NECHES held on the same day in each of for the purpose of determining the T. C S , Election Code, adopted by j Secretary, Board of Directors RIVER MUNICIPAL WATER AU- the Cities of Jacksonville, Pales- question of whether or not any of the Fifty second Legislature in Upper Neches River Municipal THORITY: tine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

Mlerofilm Service * p O Box 8060 'Hound . . . Town tyf/itk ílaundaJlíaut RUSK VOTERS will be treated to their last two «lections for 1959 next week . . . COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsfatfcering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS TBE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 NOVEMBER 5, 1959 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 20 BOTH ARE MIGHTY IMPORT- ANT to the people of this city, too. The Upper Noches question comes up November 10th, and the "Wet- Dry" issue follow Saturday, Nov- ember 14th . . . CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES are being discussed more and more these days . . . from what Round- about understands, Chamber of Commerce Christmas Activities Chairman Paul Copeland and his committee have been doing a great deal of work to get the Yule see- son off on the right foot . . .Folks in this area will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 November 1959

PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN NOVEMBER 5, l*i* X Punting and Passing Coecb O. A •Bum" Phillips, last year's Jacksonville high school coach is really going to the top with his new team, the Amarillo "Sandjes". Coach Phillips has pul together a team that is still un- defeated but tied one time so far this season Last Friday his searr defeated their croas-town n vals. Amarillo Palo Duro, a team that was rated as one of the top contenders for the slate AAAA title. This win puts the Sandie* in the top spot in District 3 AAAA Reports from Tyler are that Joe Turney one of the 1958 Indians has earned a starting tackle spot with the Tyler Apaches and played a big part of their game last week The Jacksonville Indians showed a weak offense in their loss to Henderson last week. The Indians are still suffering from the lots of their first string quarterback, > Grady Rountree Chuck Davenport is riving his very best in trying to take over at the field general's spot and we are sure that as the heavy pr...

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