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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

Tyler Ceremonies Unite Miss Floyd, Lt. Woodard THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 7, 1960 PAGE 7 mm. m i news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS MEMORIAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. Travis D. December 31 ¡Smith of Jacksonville a son. Admitted: Mrs. S. C. B u r t o n, January 3 Troup; Mrs. Austin Tyson, Tim-' Born to Tony and Annie Pearl pson; Mrs. J. P. Rich. Troup; Her-! Monmouth of Jacksonville a daugh- schel M. Martin, city; Cecil C.len ter. Maddox, Longview; Mrs. Tom Kirk 0 Patrick, Bullard; M r s. Leora C. __ Plpflnpp Killough, Bullard; James E. Poole,] UVfl ilcUytJi Rusk; A. 1'. Taylor, Frankston. Entertains With James W. Dingier, LaRue; Thomas David Hudson, Timpson; Joseph C. Lewis cily; Mrs. I. II. Hannah, Di- I boll; Dr. James T. Greenwood, New. Miss Bonnie Dean Floyd became the bride of LI. Donald Everett Woodard in ceremonies in t h e Tyler Glenwood Methodist Church Sunday, December 27. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Floyd of Tyler. Lt...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 January 1960

COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints — Phone 8317 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phone 8206 BIG STATE CREAMERY With Our Compliment 1206 W. Larissa — Phone 4168 Hand J BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 101 Vt N. Main — Phone 2G226 EARL M. GAY (Distributor j f Gulf Oil Product'. Phone 8624 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy, — Phone 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF O. L. HOL.COMB b SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Deero Dealar Phone 8051 RELIANCE RADIO & TELEVISION Hoffman Sales Service All Makes 314 E. Rusk — Phono 2 8261 COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life Is A Happy Life COMPLIMENTS OF GRAY ELECTRIC CO. A Friendly Plate To Trade ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Mm W& ■ -rí'íí mm I* I ram t j;« ¡jÁSj , *1 J-i-"■V ''* ;*•, v.-/ ' m. y$ 1 WgBmp f ■ wM' JÍ¡¡I " k w wm m ¡1 id h & mm, % m Wi, m ■M m ■M m '■M. i ■ m, 1 '\ 1 IípS1 A' >mp-;¡l!íi W¿ M m /rr %...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

t • I 'Round Town 9(¿¿/í floutidaiiaut Kiddie Pictures FREE Monday, January 18 (See Story Page 8, Section 2) The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area * fc ft**** 10c Per Copy INTEREST IN CITY GOVERN- MENT is at an all time high, Roundabout believes . . . Forty of Rusk's business people met with the City Council Tuesday night to work on the parking meter pro- blem and to discuss the proposed telephone rate increase . . . VOLUME 112 JANUARY 14, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 30 STAN C H A P M A N was the spokesman for the merchants who advocated a two hour free parking limit around the court house. ROUNDABOUT KNOWS that he is speaking for the vast majority of the people when he expresses appreciation to the Council for ^ voting to enforce the two hour park'ng limit. We firmly believe that this can be a big step forward in our constant efforts to increase the trade area of Rusk. City Defers S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

q'WIUJM Lucky YOUR r'y times doily, í'TLU, broadcasts serial numbers of •ucky one dollar bills., which have been distributed at the pa ticiparing sponsors places of business in Rusk. Shop here, ask for your change in dollar bills, then get set to listen tor the lucky numbers announced! You may win from $1.00,to $5.00, to $10.00,to $15.00, to a handsome $169.50 television set or $100 in cash. And all you have to do to win is to listen for your lucky serial number to be c a 11 e d on the LUCKY BILL CONTEST! Just ask for your Lucky Bills! I MATHEWS MILLER Rusk's Store of Dependable QUALITY West side of the square J. C. WILLIAMS Your Cherokee County Rambler Dealer TUCKER'S Marine and Sporting Supply open 7 days a week 8 a.m.-8 p.m. You've seen the rest-now buy the best—for less Hunting and Fishing License Beall Bros. Dept Store Rusk 1st Quality 100% Nylon Hose Sizes 8$-ll 2 Spring and Summer Shades 2 pair $1.00 Credit Convenience At Cash Prices Rusk, Texas Admiration Coffee .... lb. 59c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

THE JANUARY 14, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 Bu/ing / x Selling!/ \ Renting ¡ (Services or Best Results i t Employment 1 h t'Oii SALE FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse, 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you h home on one of them I will furnish plans and specifica- tions and help yau to finance. Phone MU 3 2802. At. I. Carlisle Rusk. tie 20 NICE 3 bedroom home, 615 Mon roe Street For sale or lease Call Herbert Coleman, 0137 Jackson ville. J-tfc-32 1 of Deacons, Enterprise Church, lioute 2, Jacksonville. J-4TC-18 FOR SALE Six room house of fur- niture. Will sell by niece. Call 3 4232 day or 3 4069 night. tfc 29 FOR SALE; Fireplace, heater and stove wood. Rt. 1, Rusk, James Rus- sell. 4-t-p-29 FOR SALE: Good grass arid sorg- hum hay Price 50c per bale. See Jack McCrei|ht. Rt. 1 (Sardis Road) 7 miles from Rusk. 4-t-c-30 DeSoto Sta. Memphis 2, Tenn. 2 t-p-29 FOR RENT FOR RENT: Nicc three bedroom house. Close tn. Call or see R. A King, 3181, Jacksonville...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 14, 1960 tot MKOtD D I B08tBT5 ■ V H P ' Your ''Hovnd' Tooth" Kiwanians Set Jr. Show Date; Hear i Mrs. Cox Hostess STOCK j0 Bridge Club, C*nlte>r ^er ^ome Tuesday liaa Ha •> I f'/.U lllAri U(,l>tA«a 4 /\ ♦ V. Mechanic Injured In Fire Doj owners worry and call In their veterinarians when Fido has a couch, cold or lever, or seems generally lúitle-m and under the weather. They pay rreat attention to his coat, skin, paw*, eye and ears, but they aeldom think of his teeth. Yet doc*, thouch they rarely get cavities, are prone to tooth troubles which deserve the attention of ♦ veterinarian who can understand, «valúate and treat them. Oddly enough, the pampered dog with the aolid gold collar and the warm winter sweater is likely to have worse teeth than the vrawny, homeless hound who subsists on a •lakeahift meal of bones. Improper ' is the worst enemy of dogs' h; and the overzealo',. owner feeds his pet a fancy diet may ioing his pet a great disservice...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

Attending Laymen's Institute Rods May Save You It's The Lightning You Don't See That Gets You '¿sm. M Dr. P. A. Young thunder or explosion You are safe ...... If you s«e the lightning, it has if you hear the thunder. However, pipí already missed you Let's study if you see the flash of the lightning lightning for a few minutes to un- and hear the explosion at the same ■iv . ImI derstand it and learn how and why time, the lightning struck near you, to protect your buildings. Light- ¡ so look around soon. Maybe it hit ning is electricity in jumping elec- a tree or building near you, includ- trons. Rapidly rising moisture from ing the one that you are in. You the ground and bodies of water i may smell the pungent odor near condense and form cumulus clouds lightning that kindly combined the that billow upward from their flat nitrogen and oxygen in the air, and bottoms to about 65,000 ft. in the sky. Wind puts cirrus caps of ice crystals on their tops and also tears them into nimbus rain ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 14, 19Í0 Wallace Submits Formal Announcement For Post In this detailed summary, my formal announcement to the voters of Precinct 1. I wish to a<k your support for my County Commis- sioner candidacy. And in recallin;' the wide support I received as a candidate for the same position in 1942. I wish to thank you for your confidence then and auaan for un' ing me ! be a candidate this year Although I know many of the 1'ittzcns throughout this precinct intimately, still it is my intention to per4,inally sohnt the support and influence of each of them But that you may have prior knowledge of my experience, background and „ "'ft**' (jualiricai for the off iff I r.nw ►eek. Í havr chosen to present a ,'ummary through this medium. K¡rst, 1 am a member and have worked and supported regularly the First Methodist Church of Kusk I hare been a resident of Rusk for the past 20 years, m which time I h ve or- rated the Wallace Barber Shop Previously, I w a s engaged in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

si- rs, írs Ir. ml nis of nd New Flag Pole, Playground Equipment, P-TA Project P-TA members last Thursday in Airs. Buford Wright, Mrs. Morris regular session at the Junior High Hassell and Mr* Glenn I.indsey; Cafetorium, approved a project for Table decorations Mrs. Herbert Os- the 1959-60 school year Mrs. W. borne, Mrs. Henry (¡ucnzel, Mrs E. Gabbert, president, was prcsid- ¡'>irne!l S<■ jv;. 11 and Mrs. Raymond ing at the business meet i na when Vermillion some i5 members voted 'o repair The 'to 'ram was opened with and replace the broken playground j-j Qrowriics presenting songs and equipment and also, to purchase a dances under the direction of Mrs. flag pole. Project chairman is Mrs. \y. £ Davis. James Turney. ,, , . ,, . ,, Prin' i: : 1 speaker was Bob Hayes, Mrs Dell Co*, program chair-' r,acholo :ist at Rusk State Hospi- ■an. urged everyone to make plans • ta\ His talk was entitled "Stepping to hear Miss Hel-n Poe speak Fri stoms to Maturity." day evening, January 22nd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

MOE I THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 14. I960 / \ I! Mrs Mr irJ, /u !/ I, II F : AlN Mrs .10!. I Alt' Hi Mr- Frank I'oyd, Alabama aífrnnorni*', ij;-t> a chart to fertilization A l itf car of corn or a l>iy bill i condition) and thi.M can l« accornpli-licd only by tirnt making a oil l Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherok'-e County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONF MU i 4144 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3 4747 J lorn i ''ii IliLjh v. 1 ■ I i.i Mi 2 port h« Ft acres with mod hitihw-.-> froni;iInfluir (or price Mom ? on Crocket Si: ' corner lot Knur rooms bath and liii.ll All f i i y ut i I ¡ 11«■ fri."d ¿>1 only $5,400 r.'d It,i i h-fl 11 la l;l.iw 3 l.i !'•• room ini- ^ i in liiio, blinds, writer !i< ati r. . • •> ml (,oo«l ■'nrfI<■ n ' put. W«fit 1 lo i. >1 11'i !.i' ¡fit Butahf IdeaI fur 1e <■¡1 , t ot, . -y' MiO Horn i If i! ; ¡ '! hall and ba'h I'lo V. .jIJ- *heet r'>'•! " i t 'c1 '.'far •; if .1 tired i<• í'rki d Homo 3 rnd; • fr •;> C mu . < I!... livio.' room,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

Allen Dotson Announces Candidacy For Sheriff County Sheriff Allen Dotson an- est in record for citizenship and in lluntsville. nounced to the Rusk Cherokeean ¡ effectual law enforcement. Most of his life has been devoted Saturday that he will be a candi- Sheriff Dotson is the son of the to teaching in Cherokee County date to succeed himself as Sheriff ¡late II. W Dotson and Mrs Dotson. schools--and to law enforcement. of Cherokee County His mother how lives in Jackson- He has combined his abilities and He said he is asking election ville He has spent his entire life experience in both fields to estab- sojel.v on the basis of merit and' in the county, except for two and lish a well rounded law enforce- with confidence that the people he one half years he served in the U. nient record. serves will want to continue seeing Army during World War II and lie has followed an affirmative their county ranked among the fin-; two years at Sam Houston College policy, the main tenet of which ATTE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 2 JANUARY 14, 1960 ASSOCIATION State Capita] New* ést.lbl.rf. 'i . iaj> iht hiunfcfch Entered as second uaaa matter at the post nf fice at Rum. Tcijw aiuler Art of March 3 1879 E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E. H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Buaineaa Manager Now* Editor Any erroneous reflection upov the ebiraet r stMnding. or r«pu Ution of any person, firm, or corporation wnloh may appear 'n the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougut to 'he attention of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Su Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1.78 $8,00 $2.25 $4 (X) Classified and Cards of Thanks charged for at tha rata of U par x *rd. Cherokeean Editorials Farmers Hit Again It will came as no u r jiriw! ! > fanner- that, net i'.irn. income is (¡xpwteíJ to drop in the fir t. year of the "S' ari npr Si.xt.ie-,," M a i n Street talk about prosperity find- a skeptic's reception down on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

the 1 •:> I I \ "Hff" ■ For depeftdable standards of quality, and consistent satisfaction with your food purchases, you always do better at PIGGLY WIGGLY! All food stores have "specials ..." and most specials save you money. The store that deserves your patronage, however, is the one that offers you the finest foods at consistently lower prices, week after week. We know that your comparison will prove to you that Piggly Wiggly's consistently reasonable prices on the very finest foods will convince you that your best choice of a supermarket will be . . . Freshest Produce In Town U. S. No. 1 RED POTATOES 10 Pounds 39 Each 5C 5 lb bag 291 LARGE FIRM CALAVOS RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT ADMIRATION COFFEE PURINA UNGRADED LARGE WHITE EGGS MORTON SALAD DRESSING PIGGLY WIGGLY Pound 59' Dozen 39' CRACKER BARREL CRACKERS 19* Pound SUNSHINE HI-HO Pound 35? Quart PINTO FIRM SLICING TOMATOES TURNIP GREEN SE5HS Lb. Lb. 29* GREENS YELLOW 29? SPJISH Bunch Lb. 10C 28c BLEACH CLOROX 13? MEADOWLAKE 5c OFF O...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

A Family That Prays T RUSK CHURCHES assembly of od Partus: REV. J A. GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJdC. Friday — 2 pm Morning Worship — 11 a.aa, Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m., ftundai Evening Worship — 7.30 p a.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnle H. Webb, Paitor SUNDAY SERVICKS: Sunday School 9 45 a m Mnrnmtf Worship, 11:00 ant TraininK Union, 6:30 p m. Evening Worship, 7 30 p rn Youth Fellowship, fl'30 p rn Wednesday Prayer Mffting 7 15 Choir Practice P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne v, * Sunday School, 0 45 ti Morning Wo-'hip II 00 h m Training Union fi:30 S'in Kven Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday rvonintf ervice 7 30 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Joe R Brooks, oastor Sunday School, 10 a rn Worship Serviré, 11 am. BTU, 7 p rn Evening Worship, H p ro Midweek Worship Wed nisjht, 7 30 p rn SEVENTHDAY ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pat tor In New Building on Euclid St Sabbath School 9 30 a m Worship Service 11 00 Wed Night Service 7 30 ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

ther Church of Your Chote miday JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES There is a time and a place for everything. God has commanded that man must work, this we do. Daily we go out and perform our various duties. God also commanded that man must rest, and worship. Only too often this commandment we do not obey, and we are the losers. God offers us comfort, joy, and a time to put aside our daily problems. God's love is greater than any that man can imagine. Such a great love could only seek that which is best for us. Put your work aside and worship with others in God's House. Attend church and know the real joy of leaving your problems with the Lord. Church is God's appointed in this world for spreading the edge of His Jove for man and of mand for man to respond to that y loving his neighbor. Without •ounding in the love of God, no iment or society or way of lif* ung persevere and the freedoms we hold so dear will inevitably Therefore, c\en from a selfish of view, one should support the i for the sak...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 14, 1960 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Editorial Donn« Botbwell Oil a dark foRi-'v night one may see pompous silfciouettes of rnys terious magnificence The sky seems to be wiihiri touching Ji.s lance, trees ap|« ,r as stately as dignified fairy king- of ..neient elf •■■■■■«■■■■■■«■■•■■■■ag : YOU'VE HEARD\ j ABOUT IT ON j RADIO j now come in and see the ELECTRIC RANGE that kingdoms and the Klou from street jichis ¡.eems to be held by dcfib (rate majestic hands -o that its beams may not pierc e the secrecy of the night When the world is coven-') u,i>h an inscrutable film of tiny drop lets, one's vision becomes hazy Familiar surrounding* !• e e u rt ■ strange. •• - í be- iiM ■ ' v ¡alitor iri < hi- f t ho Tfv Mr? I. ■ >> n¡ ¡1 ' Donna Isaacs Alien Jl.r, I ■--y "I. ■ n <<()ff Wil:,fiiri '¡tub ' Jt.rd 'iack"M wis M'Carroll ENDS QVEN CLEANING FOREVER NEW >959 K E LVIN AT P R t ith Throw-Awoy Aluminum O ver. Unu*Q'*" at BEARD Fl^NITUICO. Ph p ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

rot ion Tils- une 'old ¡ees her Phis íincl sk- Sid- D<> Ma- ■iick the A. out mo Or ■ cr SCHOOL NEWS (Continued From Pag* «) F.T.A. GOES TO CONVENTION Miss Donna Isaacs, and Bill Smith, into my red Saran Wrap number, moved to the front where they cast refreshed my lipstick, mustered all their votes fur the candidates for , r^. my courage, stepped a couple of next year s officers of District V III. f , u i t .1 a j n The Robert Leake Future Teach- The convention was very nicely h* thr'.nt'iV °°r' f'f *"1 i crs of America Club traveled to presented by the school in charge XeakwoJ¡ ^ S° Kilgore Saturday with sponsors and more than anything, it gave , ,, . , . Mrs. Lois Henry and Mrs. Lewis those who attended a strong de- j r ,S' f,1 s ' , . , McCarroll to the District VIII Con- sire to go on to the State Conven- Maydelle News little a vention. The group enjoyed cokes tion to and do nuts upon their arrival, and year, after a short period of becoming acquainted with other persons - ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN page | january 14. 1940 Trichinosis Outbreak Points To More Consumer Care Need A rccent minor outbreak of tri ft, meningitis, influenza, arid heart •jjnosi.- southwest of A u h t i n (rouble. oihts out the need for increased Stic Morris Hassell Will Attend Bar Meeting Morris W. Hassell, Rusk attorney and member of the State Bar of Texas board of directors, will at- tend the body - mid winter meet ins a' Port Isabel, Jan 22 2.Í Elected by lawyers of the Scv enth Congressional District in 195% ilasseil's term of office expires in mid-1962. Homer E. Dean, Jr of Alice board chairman, will preside over the two-day meeting. held in the Rio Grande Valley at the invitation of the Cameron County Bar A.1 oei- ation. The agenda include;, no minations for State l'.;.r president elect arid vice president Current , r>. ji« r.k. plus internr." labora top officers, to attend, include A tory «ha.lys"!! of spenrrtens, Irinrio b< .! Folley. Amarillo, president; Paul sis was identi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

'Kaiitvd . . . Town 9i'ÜÍt ílaundaJ&aiit COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgafhtring facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies In the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, IRA? Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area to '* n 10c Per Copy EVEN THE LITTLE CHILDREN VOLUME 112 are "critturs" of habit . . . was visiting with JOE TUCK at Big State Creamery this morning, and told him the story of our big-little Roundabout (the 6 year old, going on 7 . . . groceries were ordered out one day during the heavy Christmas shopping season, and no doubt due to big quantity buying, the store was out of Big State milk and substituted another brand . . . unconsolable, said 6 year old in- sisted on no such future mistakes, Influenza-type illness has strick- "get the kind (Big State) t h a t j en scores of Rusk area people and makes you grow big and strong," j has kept the 42-bed Rusk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 21, 1960 EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 Eagle Eye Editor in ( hief Assistant Editor Business Manager CVculation .Maria Spris Editor Feature Editors Donna Isaac* Donn i Hothwi'U Allien Ray Larry Talley Cwen Goff Willi&rn Tosh Richard Tack )), The pio t Vi< teomé news we fan think of at. t|;iis timo is the fact that at) the mid form tests ire over We hope everybody at feast pa-;-.ed (in ifj( sadder side, we regret to .i> th.it our beloved fíi• x. Wood not - h. I.,ípi . !f into quite ,i (ri'-^K Saturday'do or l.hcr llorín Hit If Kav p„ f >;< r!« Hi V, ,0>1 l. i- ,. A' j;al i •r Play r ,r rmrtd ;i his eye 'jri a amed Srun my < owl, (tor. o -, u r e do lot Jo ' who Martha (' jfcer. Wanda Wc.st brook F,i. Birkelbfe h S#onsor Mrs. I y win McC'arroll Editorial By Martha Cokwr The dictionary |< fih<, C. v friend a-, • one at* iched to ano bf esteem re«¡p> ' arid affe *i What is oije , I)/'- without frier One can not [■'>- -ibl> ...

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