Cedar Hill Citizen (Cedar Hill, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1972 Page: 3 of 6

THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1972, PAGE 3
CEDAR HILL CITIZEN
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Calendar of events
MAY 11
Parent Teachers Association meets at 7:30 p.m. at the
school cafeteria
Saddle Club meets at the Community Center
MAY 12
Cedar Hill Seeders meet
MAY 13
Junior-Senior Prom
Girls State Track Meet
MAY 15
Alpha Epsilom Sororuty meets
Quarterback Club meets
MAY 16 '
‘Oklahoma’ to be presented by the School Music De-
partment.
MAY 18
Home Demonstration Club meets
MAY 20
CHHS Invitational Twirling Festival
MAY 23
City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Council Room at
City Hall
Camp Fire Girls, Bluebirds
'Hello Dolly' Drive Success
Camp Fire Girls swoop-
ed down on the neighbor-
hood to collect repair-
able toys and household
goods for their “Hello
Dollies’’ project for
Goodwill Industries last
Saturday?
Never underestimate
the power of little wo-
men! To date, 17,755
bags have been collected
throughout the Dallas
Council and calls are
still coming in from folks
who had forgotten to put
their bags out before
they left home for the
day. That’s the biggest
“Hello Dollies” score
ever — ’way over the
14,000 goal set.
Remember when those
little Bluebirds and
doms donas.
with us-
School of Donee
Call 29145J7
Clin Hill, Ih«
In Arlington
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IN ARLINGTON
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275-5291
History Class
Holds Prophetic
Election Friday
Mrs. Penn’s Texas
History classes held a
prophetic election last
Friday, May 5th using
sample ballots distribu-
ted by various candi-
dates.
The results recoredd
showed Briscoe and
Farenthold in the run-off
for governor, Hobby a-
head with Connally and
Hall tied for second in
Lt. Governor.
John Hill edged Craw-
ford Martin by one vote,
Jesse James, Ron Clo-
wer, Akin, Jones, Childs
won. Dick Reed and Roy
Orr were forced into a
run-off with Orr 2 votes
ahead, Atwell and Ches-
tnut were in a run-off.
Yarborough and Sanders
were in run-off with
Sanders one vote ahead.
Attend Church Sunday
* Bosher’s Shamrock Service Station |
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State Inspection
FOR ROAD SERVICE CALL
291-1940 or 291-1388
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MEMBERS OP THE SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT of the Cedar Hill
Baptist Mission pose at the parking lot at 109 C Main Street where they are
now holding services. Rev. and Mrs. Ben Dickey are teachers for the group.
CH School Enrollment, 1896-97?
Give Mother some
tender loving curl!
Up
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Remember Mother’s Day with
a Beauty Salon Gift Certificate.
In the amount of your choice.
TOWER HAIR FASHIONS
Tower Shopping Center
Next to Whites
291-1
(Editor’s Note: the Citi-
zen obtained this copy
of the students that were
enrolled in the Cedar
Hill Institute in 1896-97.
We express our apprecia-
tion to Lowell Potter for
allowing us to reprint the
list. Many residents will
recognize the names of
their mothers, fathers or
grandparents.)
TUITION for non-
residents, overs and
unders, depends upon
the grade of work taken.
INDUCEMENTS: The
work done here will be
first-class, so it will not
pay to sent your boys
and girls away to school
where it costs $2 0 per
month; to get the same
kind of instruction that
will only cost two-thirds
as much at home.
CATALOGUE OF THE
CEDAR HILL
INSTITUTE ENROLL-
MENT 1896-97
First Grade
B oys
Berry, Bertie; Brafford,
Claud; Carrell, Mac; Car-
rell, Sam; Chambers,
Willie; Holveck, George;
Pogue, Bish; Pogue,
Charley; Prince, Willie;
Vincent. Isom;
Girls
Bailey, Amonette; Cham-
bers, Dora; Ely, Mary;
Green, Lucy; Holveck,
Clara; Pierce, Maggie;
Rape, Lorene; Rhymes,
Virgil; Ragland, Nellie;
Sharpe, Minnie; Wilson,
Eula
Second Grade
Boys
Carrell, Robert; Cham-
bers, Bev; Crowder, Or-
ville; Darby, Roy; Ely,
Sam; ' Eslic, Arthur;
Eslic, Silas; Hall,
Burett; Johnson, George;
Lowe, Walter; Lowe,
Henry; Munden, Willis;
,,Nie I&.^:,,.J«hunie; Pierce.
D; Pogue, Earl; Pogue
Eugene; Pogue, Osie;
Prince, Isaac; Padon,
Foster; Sanders, Jesse;
Sheridan, Lee; Straus,
Maurice; Witherspoon,
Thos.; Young, Willies
Girls
Berry, Jennie; Lowe,
Maggie; Patrick, Jimmie;
Roberts, Nellie; Sharpe,
Ella; Sheridan, Hattie;
Terry, Ellen
Third Grade
Boys
Barker, Leslie; Bryan,
Sam; Ely, Will; Guffey,
John; Padon, Edwin;
Ramsey, Bertie ; Sanders ,
John; Witherspoon,
Henry; Young, Abe
Girls
Bryant, Mebbie; Carrell,
Emma; Conger, Willie;
Crandall, Dora; Conger,
Mamie; Hal, Myrtle; Hall,
Flora Nellie; Pickard,
May; Prince, Mollie;
Witherspoon, Myrtle.
Fourth Grade
Boys
Berry, Willie; Chowder,
Nasby; Eslic, Ernest;
McCombs, Tobie; Moore,
Tom; Munden, 'Oscar;
Patrick, Arthur; Pogue,
Ivy; Rape, Herman; San-
ders, Willie; Sims, John;
Teague, Charlie.
Girls
Bailey, Jennie, Cham-
bers, Minnie; Chambers,
Beulah; Chambers,
Mollie; Carrell, Nora;
Eslic, Etta; Moore, Lona;
Norman, Leor; Potter,
Mebbie; Ramsey, Vera;
Ramsye, Winnie; Roberts,
Cornelia; Teague, Maude;
Vick, Luella; Vincent,
Gifford
, Bertie; Haswell,
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Izora; Vincent, Effie
Walter;
Lowe ,
David;
Fifth Grade
Potter,
C laude;
Rape,
Boys
Jesse;
Rape,
Hugh;
Berry, Johnnie; Bryant,
Ramsey, Nolan;
W ither-
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Connie; Ely, Kalb; Rape.
spoon,
Qsc ar
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Elam; Vickery, Rufus;
Girls
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Weaver, Grover; Wither-
Barker,
, Annie;
Bigby,
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spoon, Arthur
Ethel;
Carrell,
Les lie;
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Girls
Hale,
Mattie;
Ramsey,
Lacy, Birdie; Nelson,
Stella.
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May
Ninth Grade
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Sixth Grade
Boys
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Boys
Bryan, Scott; Carrell.
Clint; Guffey, Thomas;
Haswell, John; Lowe,
Elmer; Morman, Oscar;
Perry, Jesse; Potter,
Frank; Potter, Leon;
Ramsey, John; Ramsey,
Sam; Robinson, Jimmie;
Straus, Wilson; Tindle,
Ira; Wilson, Bob; Wilson,
Olm
Girls
Brown, Mary; Chambers,
Lizzie; Chambers, Sallie;
Darby, Nettie ;, E mers on,
V ida-;- Ely ^ Maude ; Guf-
fey, viable; HaU> Effie;
Hendricks, Irene; Mun-
den, Maude; Pierce,
Tollie; Rape, Mattie;
Sanders, Gettie; Sharpe,
Lula; Sharpe, Mary;
Weaver, Ruby; Wilson,
Josie; Witherspoon,
Pearl; Witherspoon, Nina
Seventh Grade
Boys
Carrell, Willie; Chowder.
Reagan; Hall, Gaither;
Hall, Grover; Perry,
Clem; Straus, Clark
Girls
Bryant, Georgie; Lacy,
May; Lowe Verder; Wi-
therspoon, Elihu; Bryant,
Lizzie; Carrell, Inez-,
Crandall, Imoe; Dallas,
Emma; Harrington, Floy;
Henderson, Ida; Mc-
Combs, Hettie; Morgan,
Georgie; Patrick, Myrtle;
Perry, Pearl; Weaver,
Ada; Witherspoon, Ada
Eighth Grade
Boys
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$J)u4luLuf
MAY 12
Francis Reeves
Stacy Reynolds
MAY 13
Gary Barnes
Irene Worden
MAY 14
Linda Patton
Bob Tucker
Irene Tidwell
Spring Lyon
Marvel Kay Haswell
MAY 15
Tawnya Hash
Mike Murdock
R ic ky Williams
Sam Davis
MAY 16
Brenda Clark
David Rollins
Marcia Barnes
Don Newton
MAY 17
Jimmy D. Osborn
Bob McCoy
Harrol Stroud
MAY 18
C.W. Goodwin
Joe :
Penn,
Haswell,
Frank
Girls
Crandall, Lizzie; Has-
well, Fannie; Ramsey,
Maude.
NOTE: The above is the
enrollment of pupils by
grades, as given by the
Principal and one of the
teachers of last year.
There may be some er-
rors on account of not
having them here to read
the proof. If so, it is
simply a mistake and no
harm done.
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Now Enrolling For Fall
KINDERGARTEN & PRE-SCHOOL
Call 291-1313
Cedar Hill Day School
310 BELT LINE RD.
SEE MRS. NEWTON
After 6 p.m. Call 291-4531
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In Germany
E2 Jimmy Huff will be
serving in Frankfort,
Germany. He left for his
new base earlier this
month and will be joined
by his wife, Vickie, as
soon as arrangements
can be made. His parents
are Mr. and Mrs. K.C.
Huff, 220 Cedar Street.
Mrs. Vickie Huff will be
staying with them until
she leaves to join her
husband.
Citizen Writer
Has Surgery
Mrs, Joy Knight,
writer of the Citizen’s
KNIGHT BEAT, is in
Arlington Memorial Hos-
pital for major surgery.
While she is unable
to write her personal
news about local people
the rest of the Citizen
staff will be filling in
for her. If you have any
news that should be in-
cluded in this column
please call us at 291-
1885.
Young People
Attend Retreat
Forty-six Young
People and their spon-
sors attended the Cedar
Heights Baptist Church’s
Youth Retreat at Mt.
Lebanon last Friday
night.
Along with good
Christian Fellowship,
the youngsters were
treated to a hot dog
supper.
Dial 291-1885
FOR THE CITIZEN

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Mobley, James F. & Mobley, Peggy. Cedar Hill Citizen (Cedar Hill, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1972, newspaper, May 11, 1972; Cedar Hill, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth568685/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 28, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Zula B. Wylie Memorial Library.

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