The Rusk Cherokeean. (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 110, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1958 Page: 3 of 16
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MAY 1, 1958
The Rusk Cherokeean, Rusk, Texas
EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1957-58
Editor-in-Chief Beth Meyers
Asst. Editor-in-Chief Judy Lloyd
Sports Editor Donald Allen
Asst. Sports Editor Sara Ruth Talley
Feature Editors Charlotte Hendrick, Elizabeth Kinsel,
Sherrel Burton, Kay Webb, Donnie Bell, Robert Watson, Janis Kay
Columnist Billy Joe Maness
Circulation Manager Linda Lavon Jones
Business Manager Kent Miller
Sponsor Mrs. Lewis McCarroll
Billy Joe Maness and Judy Ra-
mey were seen at Church Sunday
Glenda Sparkman was a lonely
little girl this weekend. Bob
White was in Denison.
Patricia Dodson and H. L. Lang-
eton was another couple that was
seen together over the weekend.
This could be serious!!!
Linda Lou Dalby went to Hen-
derson with Jackie Don Dement
Sunday. By the way, Linda, did
you know the Germans are com-
Kay Webb was seen with Orren
Patricia Echols had a slumber
party Friday night. All the girls
reported a good time.
Patsy Jones and Judy Travis
were seen at the Jacksonville min-
iature golf tournament Saturday
night. Did you have a good time?
Has Buddy Roye gone eighth
grade on us? Maybe if we asked
Diana Burton, she could answer it
for us . . .
Larie Nolley and Lela Keels
were seen Sunday afternoon rid-
ing around with Billy Ixivelady.
You girls better watch out. He is
foot loose and fancy free.
Judy Banks and Larry Talley
are now going steady! Congratula-
Bowling Friday night and Robert fions!!
Lee Saturday night. Ann Marie Williams and Jamie
We hear Martha Jones and Sher- Mollis are another steady couple,
rel Burton had a little difficulty I Janis Mabry and Harold Hen-
getting into the house Friday derson were seen together Wed-
night. What was the matter, girls? nesday night.
Doors locked??? | It seems like Selva Berry and
Sherrel Burton, Earl Finley, i Carla Lanier had a very interest-
Janis Hood, "Red" Fountain, Mar- ing weekend. Did you girls lose
tha Jones and Leland Jones triple-
dated Sunday and went to the
show at Jacksonville to see "Rain-
Bobby Banks reported a good
time over the weekend. He was
seen at Church Sunday night with
Charlotte Hendrick and Don
Langston have been seeing quite a
lot of each other. They were to-
gether all weekend.
Esther Kennedy and R. S. Dyess
and Linda Jones and Frank Mor-
ton were seen riding around in
Jacksonville Saturday night. Von
was also seen eating supper with
Frank Friday afternoon.
Geraldine Roark was seen with
Marshall Cook over the weekend.
Jo Ann Domin.v, who were you
sitting with in the show Sunday??
Joyce Wilcox a n d Thomas
Sparkman have had dates with
each other for the last nine nights.
These kids are really serious.
June Cummings reported a very
swell weekend! Victor Moate came
home from the Navy-
Ann Machen has been getting
letters from Junior Huggins from
Alto. He is real cute, Ann!!
Patty Helm has been opening
and closing letters everyday in
Nelda Byers and Calvin Bobbitt
were together Sunday afternoon!!
They reported a good time.
Lela Keels! Why did you send
Izarte Nolley in the show Friday
night?? Was Bob Burns in there??
Bobby Nolley and Trudy Bram-
let were seen together last Friday!
Gary Gresham was seen talking
to Carla Lanier Saturday night! It
seems like Kay Coleson has lost
Avis Heffington and Ronnie Fra-
zier were together Saturday night!
Kay Coleson reported a swell
time in Houston. She was with
Patsy Weeks has been telling
everyone she wants to go with
Robert Penn!! Can't you take a
Glenda McElroy, what made you
change your mind?? We thought
you had gone for James Birdwal,
but now it seems as though all we
hear is Glenn Dell Bass!!!
The snoops hear that Opal Lo-
den doesn't go with Oren Owens
anymore. Could it be because of
some cute Troup or Jacksonville
guy???!?! How about this Ope???
Burley Kinsel, did you enjoy
sitting by Linda Black in the gym
By Linda Grogan
Good citizenship helps in the
future more than persons realize
when they are young. If you are
able to maintain a healthy outlook j
on life as a child, with nothing,
but the highest for your goal, you
can be assured of success as an
adult. Success is not handed to
you on a silver platter. Success is
something you earn, something
you have to devote your life to in
order to attain; and, in order to
do so, you must have that basic
fundamental — "good citizenship".
Good citizenship as an adult stems!
I back to what you were taught and |
I what you learned as a child. Look,
Í about you; those who were poor"!
citizens as children, turned out to,
¡be poor citizens and failures as
adults. Always practice good citi-1
zenship for the benefit of yourself |
for the right clues.
1. Look at yourself. Do you
have confidence now in your abil-
ity to handle car dates? Be honest
with yourself. Outdoor movies are
fun, but they can present some
tough problems, too.
2. Look at your friends. Are
most of them allowed to attend
drive-ins? If so, it doesn't neces-
sarily mean that you should! But
if they don't, think twice before
you let yourself be the one to lead
3. Most important — look at
your parents. Do you have their
okay? If not, don't expect to
launch a campaign on Wednesday
that will have you hanging a
speaker on a car window by Fri-
day night. It may take much more
time to work this question out.
Your mother is sure that drive-ins-
present special problems, but she
may not be so sure of your ability
to handle them. If you can talk
this over with her, that's wonder-
ful! You may also have to show
her that you can handle the privi-
leges you already have.
1-2-3. Add them up. You need
all three on your side. When
you've got them, you're ready to
rp • >ii ■■■
lips lo leens
Do you think 14 is old enough
to go to drive-in movies?
There's no pat answer to your
question because there's no "right
age." But you may be able to find
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"The Monster"—Ikey Frazer
"Could This Be Magic" — Pa
tricia Dodson to H. L. Langston.
"Always" — Pat Goff and Ken-
"Who Wrote the Book of Love"
— Martha Jones.
"Are You Sincere" — Ann Wil-
liams to Jamie Hollis.
"Twilight Time" -— Linda Wil-
liams and Gary Starkey.
"I Can't Stop Loving You" —
Sherrel Burton to Earl Finley.
"Down on the Farm" — Jerry
Henderson and Kenneth Bowden.
"It's Been so Long" — Linda
Jones to Frank Morton.
"You Mean Everything to Me"
■—Janis Hood to "Red" Fountain.
"Don't Let Go" — Donald Allen
to Wilma Thompson.
"Wear My Ring" — Lem Der-
rington to Linda Norton.
"You Are My Destiny" — Don-
nie Bell to P"ay Birkelbach.
"A Million Miles Away" — Mar-
ion Blank to Donald White.
"Lollipop" — Charlotte Hend-
rick to Don Langston.
"Maybe Baby" — Kay Webb to
"Dream" — Nelda Byers to Cal-
"A Very Special Love" — Mar-
tha Coker and Robert Watson.
"Kewpie Doll" — Kent Miller to
Freshman Boy & Girl
Intelligent—Ima Jean Mabry
Handsome — James Archie Nor-
by "Killer" Maness
A man accompanied by a small
boy entered a barber shop and
asked for a haircut, shave and)
shampoo. When the barber had
finished, the man said, "I'll just
dash across the street for some
cigarettes while you give the boy
The barber cut the boy's hair
and waited for the man to return.
Finally he said, "That wasn't my
¡pop. That guy just stopped me on
the street and asked me if I'd like
a free haircut."
Everything is fine at school. I'm
getting lots of sleep and am study-
ing hard. Incidentally, I'm enclos
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