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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

fin Ir- [id Li lis Inl |of rt- Id: r for Wisconsin Visitor Is Honored Mrs Jean Cargill entertained with a three course dinner Tues day evening, May 3rd at her home honoring her longtime friend, Mrs Willie Black Leaper of Milwaukee Wisconsin. Mrs. Leaper is the houseguest of Miss Mary ti rammer and M r s Annie Darby who were guests at (he dinner also. Others present in- cluded Mesdames Forrest Reagan Juanita Jenkins, T. H Cobble and Miss Kllen Reagan I'ink roses centered the dining table. Walter K. Woodul, member of the Texas board for state hospitals and special schools and former Texas Lieutenant Governor, here congratulates Rusk State Hospital award winners. Woxlul presented the awards to Mrs. Q. Belle Houston, right, and Mrs. Nell Abernathv, left. Director of Nursing, Mrs. Edith Vick. Iook ou. Awards were made at the it :¿50 open house program last Fridlay morning. Crook Favored In Three Counties Congressional District 7 voters re-elected Congressman John Dowdy to his post last S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 MAY 12, 1W0 School Testing Nears End TB Test Importance Illustrated Tuberculin skin-testing of Rusk elementary and junior high pupils was to be completed Wednesday First and second graders will re ceive tests this week, making a total of some 550 pupils, teachers and cafeteria workers to take the te* In the next two weeks Rusk High School pupils will be tested This wili complete testing of all Cher- okee County school systems Rusk doctors, W E Gabbert and Floyd Bngham have given their lunch hours over to administering the tests in Rusk So far, four pupils have reacted to the tests, according to a report by the Cherokee County Tuber c ulosis Association IjLst week. 31 pupils of the Rek law school, two teachers and two ca/eteria workers, were tested Mrs W E Roark, county health nurse, administered the tests Mrs Sea willow Woodward, school nurse has administered tests to 91 Gal- latin pupils The Tf! Association this week emphasized the urgency of TB test me Sympto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

in- MRS HASSELL Charles Guinn, Former Rusk New Member Welcomed, Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Attorney, Is Buried Friday 3f- •r The Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of operation during her term of of- Beta Sigma Phi met Monday in the, f'ce home of Mrs. Mary Boone. 7:45 she turned the meeting over to p.m. Outgoing president Melba *lrs' ^Udred Chapman, new presi- Campbell presided at the opening 1 196061 ritual, then expressed her apprecia- After routine reports, the pro- rion to all members for their co- gram chairman, {Catherine White Thomas Wallace Says: Thank You, Voters I with to thank each of you voter* of Precinct 1: fir *, for your voto and support of my recent campaign for election as your commÍMÍoner, and second, for your consideration of my candidacy, however you voted. Although I fell a few vote* short of a run-off place, I am sincerely grateful for the support I received. The campaign, for me, was a rewarding experience, in that I made many new friends and renewed scores of acquaintance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

r-.--.T-, Eagles Eye ... Editor io^hief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation VI.'.r Sport Editor Assistant Sports Editor Fea 1 art' Editors Smith, Dan Cook Sponsor EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960 1961 Linda Watson Mary Vlaitlanrl Judy Banks U-onard I'^ rry OavUI Black Bobby I/iru: .Iimrny Rarney Sonja Will ox Bn*nt .lenin Jones, and Gl<-nn I.loyd Mrs Lrww MeCarroll Editorial . . . JUST ONE MORE WEEK Olr S< IlooL"" Isn't that the greatest! new* vjrii • V E Day" WOW Skat in;,' is th<- ni'w fad in HI IS Several nights have b«-en spent in Jacksonville at the Holler Rink by the alumm and they all reported that they had a bail Bobby Tosh and his parents had i very m< c lake party on I.ak<- -Jr. kit for the Senior-. Saturday it¡;'ht It was sharp, we thank you ■ g ir,: i eh for the lovely time we had' Martha ' ok' r was .villi Peanut [lay Friday night [I'.hcrt Wood and Sally Sumnvrs h.v.1 heeri spotted together several by Donna Isaacs Eiioui'h ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

•MM ...... .. j IKfti ¥ % ; Mrs. \V. H. Hanna, above left, installed lí)t;0-(¡I P-TA officers in the Rusk Junior High Cafetorium Thursday evening. They are, continuing: in the same order, Mrs. Paul C o x, | president, Mrs. Wayne Morrow, first vice-president; Mrs. Frank Morgan, second vice pre-. sulent; Mrs. •'arl Richardson, secretary; Mrs. Stanley Chaj^m^n, reporter; Mrs. Alton, Abernati v, treasurer; and Mrs. Dudley Willinghain, parliamentarian Rusk P-TA Officers Installed Thursday Mrs. W. E. Cabbert presided when the Husk P-TA met Thursday night for its last meeting of the current year. Mis. VV. H. Hanna installed new officers in a special ceremony which followed routine reports and brief business session. Next year's leaders are: presi- dent, Mrs Paul Cox; first vice- president, Mrs. Wayne Morrow; second vice-president, Mrs. Frank Morgan; secretary, Mrs. Carl Rich- ardson; treasurer. Mrs. Alton Aber- nathy; reporter, Mrs. Stanley Chap- man; parliamentarian, Mrs. Dudley Willingha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MM I KMT MA* It ItM Tues. Bridge . Honored At Seated Tea Club Meets, In Home Of Mrs. Perkins Mrs. Miller iy soaotirr Rushees, Scholarship Awarded, Project OK'd First Presbyterian what Rusk Folks m DOtN<: Church Mr and Mr1- Gordon Jennings las spent the weekend with her subject for the sermon Sun- of fYeeport. Texas spent the past paJ"entv Mr and Mrs Uoyd Hend day morning will be "Malnutrition nck of the Sou! ' Congregational sing- Mr and Mrs. Oscar Manning and jng 0¡ the old hymns will be a fe Mrs Cora Lindsey of Troup were ture of the ^rvjce. The Omicron Gamma Chapter of various submitted project will be Mr and Mrs Victor Manning Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs A cordial wt.icome awaits a 1 1 „ u p . „ . .. an, . v 7th fro_ 4 t0 5 30 Dm Mrs Glen Miller was hostess to ^ -S'Rma Fh, met Monday. May discussed and a vote taken at the and son AJ, f Houston and Mlsg Sam Manning and Mr and Mrs who may attfnd Honoring Miss Robert Leake and day. May 7th, from 4 to 5_JU pm ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

gP. "v SCD To Recognize County Conservation Leaders In Banquet Friday Night The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * SPORTS * EDITORIALS Central High, Reklaw Place Ponta Wins 2nd Place In Community Judging Finis and liurnell Stovall Donnic Crawford. ~ 7" <•' ■■jr- WKfi Wá H&aMKttfl ^ 1 f' WW?' «rh ' Dr. ,1. AI. Travis ¿vi', Fred Georgé The county's outstanding conser- vation achievements will be recog- nized Friday evening when more than twenty persons receive awards in the Fifth Annual Chero- kee County Soil Conservation Dis- trict banquet. Recognized will be conservation leaders from the 4-H Club level to adults. C, G. Scruggs, farm maga- zine editor, will be the guest speak er. Clavis Greenwood of New Sum- merfield is this year's outstanding conservation farmer. H i s award will be made by Allen Goforth, Sovereign Immunity Chonging How could anybody ever sa> "The king c a n do no wrong"? (When we know (if kings who did do wron...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN Ramsey, Sadler Most Popular FACE TWO Agriculture "" County Vote Favors Daniel, Wilson i n, ... .. , , t f . l. *r\ '.fafp nnmirint^H him Jfrn Sadlf'f from THIS V/E3X IN COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thur <Uy, May 12 Ponta 4-H Club Meeting Home Yistt* Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville — Irene P Odom — 11:55-12 00 KTLL' — Rusk — Ann Shellham mer — 1:15-1:20 Friday, May 13 Soil Conservation Banquet at Jack- sonville Junior High School Cafe- teria at 7:00 pm Cove Springs Home Demonstration Club Meeting at Mrs Harold Simpson's Home Home Visits Radio — KEBE — Jacksonville Harvel Grant — 11 55-12 00 KTLU — Rusk — Steve Lilly - 1 15-1:20 0 , , Cherokee County voters ga'.e an the Community Progress Judging Tour and served lunch to appro*, emphatic vote of approval to Gov- mately 125 members of the Ponta ernor Price Daniel's administration and Reklaw Communities including Saturday, consistent with the vote special guests Turney sponsored a community picnic and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

WHAT A WHEN YOU SUBSCRIBE To The Cherokeean or The Star Journal YOU Gr:T LOCAL NEWS LOCAL PICTURES COUNTY NEWS YOU'LL BE READING THE MOST POPULAR NEWSPAPER IN CHEROKEE COUNTY Only $3.00a year in the county This Is Not A Contest Or A Gimic IT IS JUST A MONEY SAVER FOR YOU A Day to... Make Money SUBSCRIBE OR RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE CHEROKEEAN OR STAR JOURNAL AND RECEIVE FRFF A RIDICULOUS CLASSIFIED AD I libia UP TO 20 WORDS FOR ONE WEEK " * m m m m 4 WRITE YOUR OWN COPY For Your Free RIDICULOUS CLASSIFIED AD or we will write it for you. WATCH M THE RIDICULOUS ADS on the Classified Page under this Heading THESE ARE RIDICULOUS READ These RIDICULOUS ADS You will find BARGAINS GALORE Think of the Odds and Ends You have-Don't Need that will Sell with a want ad... The Following List May Give You Some Ideas Beds arid Books, Bikes and Bats Toys and Trunks, Trains and Tracks Uniforms and Monkey Suits Pishing Tackle, Wading Boots Mjtorcycles, Microphones Movie Cameras, Metronomes Farmer'...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

FACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 15. IWC FOREST NEWS . . . By A. L. Odom "1 how attending funeral service Bro Grady Tobias was a busi- a! Wallace Funeral Home in Rusk for Mr Charlie Jones were Mr and Mrs Ray Martin, Mr and Mr Koscoe Ha.'- Mr ai>d Mr^ J'je . .. . H.ster and children Mr, Tommy AtmUnt. Coun,v A9"£0,,ur', Flowers and Lydia Ann Mrs Doc k Mrs Jessie Batesand Donnalea PlUs and Dav„, Mr and Mrs Asa McCullough, Mr and Mrs Tommy Richardson and Mr and Mrs (' A Odom Our deepest sympathy THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE ness visitor in Lufkin Tuesday- Mrs W. L Harrison and Mr R F Harrison were business visit ors in Rusk Monday returned Monday from a weeks visit to relatives in Houston Mr and Mrs Pat Oliver and daughter of Wells visited Sunday (0 (h>- family with her sister, Mrs Cheba bur v¡r af)(j Mf ham and family Agent, Morris A Bailoy, Jr. Recently Gayle Haws, Cherokee County's 1950 4 H Club Gold Star Roy, rcii'iv d a letter of congratu lation-, from Dr G M Watkins Iji.iii of A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches >nery) ch James chool Wok-sbip ininx Ser. /orship Service Sight night of ICH .E r-ch stor .ra. 55 a.m. p.m. 0 p.m. Mondays) iay«) 7:00 -7:00 p.m. p.m. > m. urch tor i.ra. 00 a.m. p.m. -6:30 pjn. 0 p.m. Church or t5 a.m. e — 6 Oft 30 p.m. > p ra. t Church eorge a.m. 3 p.m. N Unbounded joy! The joy of discov- ering new things. Each day bringing new wonders. All of life ... so new ... and exciting. God has been so wonderful. We have so much to appreciate. Living each day being thankful to God for : ' A ™ fx.. v.: all the wonderful things that he has given us. Attend church each week and know the "REAL JOY" of worshiping God. ■IK- &J|f> .31 ...' ' 1 I; 'x%-, ' •. i smssSSRaii-' * is ■ $3 \ • • (C) I960, Coleman Adv. Serv , P, O Bo* 4837, Dalla , Texai The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grou...

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

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL ■ TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk ]. AUTOMOTIVE la. Car® For Sal© 1956 FORD VICTORIA ! door hardtop, red & black. Radio, heater, air condition- ing. A real buy for $1195.00 1951 BUICK 2 Door Sedan Whitewall tire , radío, heat- er. Moat move and will go at ¡ust $295.00 1953 CHEVROLET PICKUP Nice clean pickup ... A steel t . . . $445.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1095.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue A white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tire*. Like new. $1495.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car $795.00 USED CAR LOT MOVED NOW LOCATED ON HENDERSON HIWAY 710 EAST RUSK TRADES &TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2 0292 CLEARANCE SALE 1955 Dodge V4 Coronet four door sedan, air conditioned, radio, heater, automatic tr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP Lone Star Cindermen Hold Meet by JIM CARROLL Rusk Lions arc fortunate indeed. The local dub for the year ooginning July 1 will be led by E D. Pete" Grimes, head coach at RHS. Pete is a long time Lion, has worked hard on many club projects, ,.nd should be an able leader. It's always tteen gratifying to work with Pete, and I know he's ^onna make the Lions a fine president. Sure don't envy Pete, tho'. The Lions are just shifting into high gear for the annual August Rodeo . . they're gonna bo real busy during the coming weeks. And of course, the Lions Club swimming pool opens late this month . . . And, much of Pete's "free" time this summer will be directed to- ward Friday, September 2 . . . the Rusk Eagles get the grid program underway that early date. So, although Pete Grimes is gonna be a busy fellow, 1 really be- lieve the Rusk Lions Club will prosper under his leadership Lion Leon Pledger, this year's president, has done a great job for ihe club, even th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

Page 8 THE CHEROKEEAN Needs Career-Youth MAY 12, 1960 GIVE YOU TEXAS The Cherokeean TEXAS pPR ESJLS association Mental Health Faces Emergency Reporters Changed - - For Better M> point is reporters aren't what they used to be I reckon it's the standardizing influence of schools of journalism—or maybe the more efficient exchange of in- formation between credit bureau- E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN' MRS E H WHITEHEAD liter /960 Editor and Publisher News f^ditor Office and Business Manaflw Entered a woo rid ciaaa matter at the pogtofflce at Runt. Te**a onoer Act of March 3, lfi79 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of tha publisher SUB5C Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County RIPTION RATES SI 73 $r¡ oo $2.25 %4 00 Editorials Open House At A Plo^c Where People...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * Reese CSD Annexed To J'ville The County School Board Wed- nesday anexed the Reese School District to t h e Jacksonville School District. Aifected will be 127 colored pupils attending 12 grades in the j Cuney school, the only school in the district. Eighteen Reese white pupils are already attending Jack- sonville schools. Consolidation followed exten- sive talks, but was necessitated when the district lost state ac- creditation. See more details on the consoli- dation on Page 8, section 3. 0 STREET BEAT SUSAN WILSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HEWITT WILSON, was one of eighty University of Texas co-etls elected to the Alpha lambda Delta, NationaL Honorary Society for high freshmen grades TEMPLE SWINK has some muscles she didn't know about uf tcr working in her yard last Wed- nesday. MARGARET ROSE COXE com- plains of the long walk to her parked car ...11. T "Chiei" ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

PAGE 2 r HE C HEROKEEA N MAY 12. 1960 Officers For Garden Club Installed At Annual Picnic "Some Like It Hot...!" Off i o mn tí for il i 'Ai re u.il J;, .11 GKAlJL A i IMr Mi.vi .s Ljnia Juwhi, Alary Aim- urtout. Brown, Betty Peter*, Linda Moore, arid Aim I'.runo were (ornpHrrientorl with Thursday afternoon from 1 until 5 o'clwk in the norrio (A Mrs l! A. ere. t Drive, with .Mr- Kverett K Smith a-* c >• fsosti-s. Alary .-sytiil a coke party fiarU-r, 100)5 Hill inviiK- ista licit} Th-jr.-. jicrú' it I-ikf 11 lc'.vui.villc. on the líjk• • p;.tio of Mr. (,ary A matt. Mr?. Robert Lii .¡enhuhl arid Mr .1 (.' Cotton a« si.sted Mrs Arnett as hostesses Mr. ( y. Antic server] a* in ,t >IJ;i'ion officer and installed Mr Talloy N'irhol.s. president; Mrs J Í Hunt. vue president. Mrs Ro hort Tiufimbahl. recording secre tary, Mr* I V. Kargle, correspond im' .ecretary Mrs Arnett irea surer. Mrs Weldon firimslcy re- porter Mrs / W Chandler par liamentariari and Mr, A ./ Com- mon , historian Co...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

rs n llonday Iroceed- lof pro- fight-of- 69 be- |ard L. D. line, W. Jed Kir- ie date board ie date payment a del- Irs 1956, kngaroo. jte to be Iter the lie tors lits ;le 130 PJH. scks f s ie íes lile / in Y mville £ - S KS eon? Mrs. Bailey Is Hostess For Newcomers Club Friday, May 6 The Newcomers' Club," a recent home of Mrs Walter Cook, wile Punch Party Fetes Mary Sibyl Brown .r-'anized club to acquaint the ¡dies with social contacts in Jack nville. met Friday morning in the home of Mrs. \V. E. Bailey on i Ket fe Koad for an informal cot fee. June Huneycutt from Mag- Arkansas, was presented fiift as the newest newcom- was decided that officers not be elected but rather co hostesses to assist with the monthly coffees. Guests Tor the next coffee will include presidents of all service and social clubs in Jacksonville. The next meeting will be Friday. June 3rd, in the Mrs i:olia, nth a IT It would of the city manager, Myrtle Drive, with Mrs Herbert Coleman and Mrs Ray Yarborough as co-...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 May 1960

í THE CHEROKEEAN PA6C 4 MAY 13. 1WC Central Baptist Has Royal Service and Sets Circle Meet "Educating Youth In Missions was the topic for the Royal Ser- vice program presented Monday afternoon by Mrs Ernest Taylor for the Woman's Missionary Union oí Central Baptist Church Mrs M E. Burke was program chairman Mrs Taylor highlighted the work being done in Sunbeams, Girl's Auxiliary and the Young Women's Auxiliary of Central Baptist Church Mrs Burke brought the devot tonal followed by the call to prayer by Mrs H H. Parker Mrs W II Bramlette dismissed the meeting with prayer Prior to the Royal Sen ice pro pram a roundtahle '¿as held at 2 30 p m. with Mrs. Parker reviewing Hearth In The Snow ' by Uura Buchanan and Mrs Blake Garrnon reviewing Alaska, the Big I-and by Ben Adams The WMtr will meet Monday and Tuesday. May 16 and 17 by circles for mission study Educating Youth In Missions " Monday afternoon at .'i p rn the Lock;.rd Orele will meet with Mrs M E Burke, 507 Niches and the Couch C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

Micvoiam agí * * y O Bu* 8000 v i.. * -",'"*** High School To Graduate 73 Tuesday Seventy-three Rusk High School seniors arc candidates for gradúa- ion next Tucisday, in commence- merit exercises for one of the larg- est classes in recent years. The ceremony will be held at 8 pm in the high school audi- torium. Baccalaureate services will be Sunday in the First Baptist Church at 8 pm The theme of the commencement exercises is, "We Are A Part of the Futura." Remarks of Valedic tonan Patricia Echols and Saluta- torian Sally Summers will be in keeping with that theme. The program will include special recognition by M. H. Philbrick, principa], and several musical sel- ections. Superintendent G. B. Chap- man will present diplomas. The invocation will be given by the Rev. E. J Birkelbach, pastor of the First Methodist Church, and the benediction by the Rov Lonnie Webb, pastor of the First Baptist Church. BACCALAUREATE Dr. Shirley C, Guthrie, Sr., of the First Presbyterian Church of Kil go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 19 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 19, 1960 PAGE TWO Echo Staff Writes 30' The l r>«)-60 staff of the KajfleN Kcho thi.- wc k it., "final <-<Jiti ri." Staft bers pictured above are, back row, from left, Larry Talley, Allen Kay, William I o h. Richard Butler. Ri> hard Tackctt, Gwen Ooff, and advi or, Mrs. Kloise .YM-arroll; front Donna Fiothwe.il, Wanda Weatbrook, Donna Isaacs, Martha Cokor, Kaye liirkelbach. row, Eagles Eye.. FINAL EDITION NEWS: Thf Jr Sr íiancjuet w;,s a beaut- iful highlight ir, this year's social life The Junior Class and their sponsors should he comrrwrided on the excellence of its every phase It was perfect! Did you Know that Arhe Hice has a cow that has the measles.'' Sarah Dickey is onf of our best FROM THE STAFF Thank you, Mr and Mrs While- head, for your kindness in publish- ing the Kagles Kcho. Thank ou, Mrs M* Carroll, for guiding us, and showing us such interest and patience Without your help, there would have been no Kagl<-;> L< ho Thank you. WIS, ...

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