The Cher-O-Key, the bimonthly school newspaper published by the Journalism Club of Cherokee Junior High School, which was located at 550 South Eola Drive in Orlando, Florida when it opened in 1927. The Volume I, Number 9 edition was published on April 12, 1929 and cost one cent. Articles in the newspaper include the school victory at a track and field meet, a ministrel performed by the eighth grade, the performance of "Mother Carey's Chickens," A Model Club meet, student editorials, a calendar of events, the state of national education and higher education, club news, personal news from students, the eighth grade "Who's Who" contest, sports news, and eighth grade event heald for parents, and a humor section.
Original school newspaper by Robert Cox, ed.:The Cher-O-Key Vol. I No. 9. April 12, 1929. Prviate Collection of Thomas Cook.
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of original school newspaper by Robert Cox, ed.: The Cher-O-Key Vol. I No. 9. April 12, 1929.
Is Part Of
Thomas Cook Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.