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15-12 STATISTICS or T*r "*•»"• 15 196 IB 9 91 0 4 for 27 yds. AfcM On*. First down* 16 Net y artist rushing M» Pmuusi attempted 4 Pa»«K completed 1 Yarth gained paniiui no Posses Intercepted by 1 Punts Fumbles U»t Peiialtleo 4 5 tor 43 pass on third down but Tiger Darrell Gossett shot the gap and 'smothered him for a 7-yard loss. ,Then with a minute left and fac- i 13'hng 4th down and 20 yards to go, j Jackson connected with Reeder who scrambled 14 yards to the |Tiger 30-yard stripe—six yards shy of a first down. i ' The Tiger crew ran out the re- maining seconds and that was it. o tor so .'T "?$£ > ™~ 2'for » iv. ! pitality Inn, Inc., who were in- I terested in the location for con- jstruction of a modern motel, res- j taurant and recreation center. i Luster B. Hobbs Demolishing Company of Austin was given the i contract to tear down the build- the seniors. Just what time and the elements of nature have done to the ,box and its contents is not known. The exstudents will have several weeks more to wait but once the corner stone is removed they hope to have the opportunity ol staging an opening ceremony —refreshment, cake! CAKD OP THANKS Our heartfelt thanks is extended to the staff of Searcy-Flcm- ing Hospital for the kindness shown our loved one and to friends for the food, cards and flowers .during our bereavement. The Charley Coleman family 37-ltp j SCHOOLr- (Continued from Page 1) till 1955 when an elementary school on the east side was completed and the first four grades } were moved across the in»ka. The old school then became sort of a junior high. This year i'. was abandoned on completion of the new West Side School on Blackberry Street and sold to Dr. E. M. Boyd and associates. Hos- 4-Speaker HIGH FIDELITY PH ing. Going back to 1920, the building was dedicated by Dr. H. W. ! Cummings who was president of i the school board. O. H. Pace Brothers were the architects and Fisher & Lambie were the contractors. School superintendent at th?it time was D. M. Major*. The building replaced a large, wooden, 2-story frame structure which had a 'bell tower, capped with a red roof. It stood as a familiar landmark for many years. Also on the school ground at that time was the "Chicken Coop"—a 2-rootn one story building that caught the overflow of classes. The "Chicken-Coop" is irtlll in exitftanoe and was used as a residence for many years in tlte 100 block of East Hall Street It is owned by the E. P. Evans family. While exstudents of the school hate to see the old building go they realize it is being taken in the interest of progress. They do look forward to opening the corner stone and a metal box it houses. Thomas W. (Chipmonk) Bishop of A&M University Extension Division sent a note to the Democrat exposing contents of the box. "It should have some small coins, a crude cartoon, and a piece of cake," he wrote. The cartoon, it was explained, la a drawing of Duane Mateer a one time athlete of Hearne'High- School. It commemorates a basketball game between the Junior and Senior classes, which the Juniors won. As for the cake, it was the remains of cake .bakfd by the junior class girl* for the junior boys that was placed in a heating stove. Mateer stole the cake during recess and it was eaten by RADIO $59.95 Value For ^^^BW •^HpP* •IHuh Button band selector • Rich tooe<N" speaker • Pull-out 30" antenna • Snap off handle • Black Leatherette case ONLY fURNITURE

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 08 Nov 1963, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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