[Newsletter Newton Rayzor P.T.A. January, 1965]

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Newsletter of the Newton Rayzor P.T.A. for January 1965. The newsletter includes information about the February meeting, how proceeds from fundraisers were being spent. One big project was $300 going to the library for new books and they expected to have their first librarian Mrs. Harry Teasley start work soon. The newsletter also expressed opjection to the "type of movies now being shown not only in Denton, but everywhere in the United States" and encouraging citizens to write to their congressmen concerning this issue.

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Newton Rayzor P.T.A. January 1965.

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Newsletter of the Newton Rayzor P.T.A. for January 1965. The newsletter includes information about the February meeting, how proceeds from fundraisers were being spent. One big project was $300 going to the library for new books and they expected to have their first librarian Mrs. Harry Teasley start work soon. The newsletter also expressed opjection to the "type of movies now being shown not only in Denton, but everywhere in the United States" and encouraging citizens to write to their congressmen concerning this issue.

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#2 p. ; 28 cm.

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Newton Rayzor P.T.A. [Newsletter Newton Rayzor P.T.A. January, 1965], text, January 1965; Denton, TX. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth404304/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Denton Independent School District.