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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 February 1963

Come by for A Delicious Hamburger - Hot Dog or Barbecue Sandwich from THE DAIRY SPOT Geo. D. Pedigo insurance agency SAINT JO TEXAS "We Insure Anything Insurable" Phone 995-2424 OTTO HOLLAND District Manager WALTER COLLIER AGENT Phone 2681 Saint Jo Foxworth Galbraith LUMBER COMPANY Reliance Homes Phone 2342 GENERAL REPAIR AND Mechanic Shop CLAYTON EROS. PnONE 2289 Back of First National Bank SAINT JO, TEXAS Weed's Station Gas - Oil - Groceries West on Hlfhway W F. C. PRICE Supplier of Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires & Batteries Saint Jo, Texas Service Station GAS — OIL — ICE WASH & GREASB phone 2388 SAINT JO SAINT JO TELEPHONE CO. Don't Run — Reach for Your Phone Phone 2300 Saint Jo KINGERY DRILLING CO. Phone 2309 Saint Jo WRIGHT £ FIELD Auto - Fire - Life Insurance H. D. Field, Jr. Dial 2292 Clyde W. Yetter, Jr Saint Jo JOE FARRIS PRODUCE Carnation Dairy Products Carnation Ice Cream Lane's Broadbreasted Fryers Grade A Caged Eggs Fresh Country Vegetables paper shell pecans ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 February 1963

^mrnrn SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 8, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN local teacher receives national recognition The English department was notified this week that one of Mrs. C. C. Ware's poems, •'Re- compense," was chosen for this year's publication in the Nation- al Poetry Anthology. In the letter of congratulation received by Mrs. Ware it stated that her poem was one of four hundred chosen from 8,500 en- tries in the contest for Pro- fessors, Secondary Teachers of English and Librarians. Mrs. Ware will receive an Anthology which will be auto- graphed by her and placed in the library. Our school joins Mrs. Ware in her joy over this success, and the school is indeed proud of the addition of this Anthology to the library. another library donation The Saint Jo High School Library this week received a book that is very informative and entertaining. The book is one of Beth Day's books and is based upon Cal Farley of Boy's Ranch. The school and library spon- sors are indee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 February 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 8, 1963 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Perry, F. L., et ux to Earl C. Fitts, All of Lot No. 10, Block No. 10 of the original townsite of Nocona. Tidwell, J. B., et ux to W. L. Henderson, et ux, Lot No. 3 in Block No. 2 of the Riley and Hulme Addition to the city of Bowie. Mabley, B. F., et ux to C. E. Brooks, The North of most Northerly 198% feet of the N.W. 68 feet of Lots Nos. 3 and 14, in Block No. 3 of the Lemming Addition to the city of Bowie. Hamilton, J. A., et ux to Wal- ter H. Allen, et ux, A part of a three-acre tract deeded by A. L. Lindsey to S. H. Baker situated in Montague; A part of Block No. 10, Hill County School Land Survey, Abst. No. 319. Jackson, Seva J., et al to Joe Edward Jackson, All that tract or parcel of land in the J. D. Jennings Survey, Abst. No. 389. Morgan, E. W., to Bowie Ma- chine Works, et al, 11.23 acres out of the T.E.&L. Co. Survey No. 2829, Abst. No. 769. Senn, J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

v> The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 12 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell The screwworm problem in Montague County has been great as it has in all parts of Texas. A program has been set up whereby funds raised by the State will be matched by the Government to extend the erad- ication of this dreaded enemy of cattle and livestock throughout all areas of Texas. A quota for each county has been set up with Montague County's goal set at $12,000. To this date, only $4,000 of this amount has been collected. This is really disgraceful when you consider the number of cattle in this county and the good which would be gained by large and small ranches alike through this program. Many have already contribut- ed all they can afford, while others possibly have contributed Only a token amount. A gigantic program such as this must have the full s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

' JU «• • rv r. * " 1 ** were their duughter, Mrs. J. r. Jones and Mrs. Ruth Starr, both of Dalli)& * Mrs. Eleene McNutt of Dallas was a weekend guest of her sis- ter, Mrs. C. E .Cunningham. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Spivey were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spivey 0f Bellevue and his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Spivey and children of Holiday. SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 15, 1963 \ • THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L, POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor '! Entered as second class matter, 1898. at the Post Office at Saint Jo. Montague County, Tex., under Act of Congress, March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke ___ $3.00, plus 6c Sales Tax Outside Area ± $4.00, plus 8c Sales Tax Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice ®f «ame being given to the editor personally at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 15, 1963 Miss Nancy Jane Wakefield And Wayne Williams Repeat Vows iil* .' \ A i-i! viw m' ' m MRS. WILLIAM WAYNE WILLIAMS Miss Nancy Jane Wakefield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wakefield, Paris, Texas, and William Wayne Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burl L. Williams, Saint Jo, were married Friday in a semi-formal ceremony at 7:30 in the evening at First Baptist Church, Paris. Dr. Ron- ald Prince, pastor, read the double-ring vows .The altar was decorated with baskets of white gladioli, tapers and greenery. Miss Thetis Williams, organ- ist, provided wedding music and accompanied Mrs. Marcus Big- gers who sang "Because," "Al- ways," and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of white Chantilly lace and French tulle designed with a Sabrina neckline em- broidered with pearls and se- quins, fitted bodice and long lace sleeves which tapered to points over her hands. The skirt of lace over t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

f " SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 15, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN ESSAYS OF INTEREST The English Department sub- mits for the enjoyment of the public the following essay by Ira Carver and the poem by James Collier Cooksey. "THE UP HILL PATH" If a person has ever rur. down a steep hill, he knows that once he has started, it is almost im- possible to stop or choose his course. However, if one goes up hill, it is a simple matter to choose his path, by-passing many obstacles which might other- wise be a cause of his downfall. I therefore contend that it is better, in life, to choose the path whereon one . an best control the course of his life. Many times this path would be one opposing the "crowd." When one is being rolled forward in the tide of popularity, he must bend to the will of the crowd. When one is struggling against adversity, he can more clearly see the path of right. Right is the key word, for no matter what one's goal in life is, it must be accomplished by fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal ZZZ2ZZZ&2Z Q2223333331 Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Parker and Lisa, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Parker were in Wichita Falls Sunday because of the sudden death of their uncle, Horace Farquhar. They returned to Wichita Falls Monday to attenc funeral rites for Mr. Farquhar and interment rites at Burk- burnett. Mr. Farquhar was a brother of Mrs. Eula Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hudson at- tended funeral rites for Mrs Hudson's aunt, Mrs. Ruby Hus tead, which were held in the First Methodist Church in Crain Texas, Monday of last week. Mrs. Floyd Mitchell was re- turned home Friday from a Wichita Falls Hospital where she underwent surgery the pre- vious Monday. Mr. and Mrs H. J. Terry visit- ed their son, H. J. Terry, Jr. and family in Semeinole, Okla Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Agee visited her sister, Mrs. Sallie Gaston in Saint Jo Thursday. Mrs. Gaston is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hilton, Elaine, Emma Lou and Brenda w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 February 1963

°r^tbu^itewS FrWm"n ^dFebh^RU0by ^ ™ rebmary 9 to Mr. and lc . Calif"™ wh°m °* Santa Mon" °* Grand ng 8 lbs- ®nd ? M«. ?r?dparent". Mr- nd ttd Mrl?!? °f WicWta Fall* son. ' " Norman John- MS1™xn??Mr- — and m™ ^ McGee were Mr dr*n « n McGee and chil- and M^^SiVn18, and Mr" dren of Bowde. — <* * urH rS ?1?> Lanier spent Sat- with Mr. and Mrs. Wood % T g0mery at Green- wood. Sunday, she and Mrs. Montgomery visited Mrs. R .A. Lanier in Denton. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reynolds and Mrs. H. B. Perryman and Renee were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Perryman in Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Johnson of Nocona and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Johnson visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Perryman Den- ham visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bryant Sunday afternoon. A son was born February 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lanier in the Bowie Hospital, weigh- ing 7 lbs. and 6 ozs. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Poteet of Alvord and Mrs. Cleo Lanier. Mr. and Mrs. Horace of Wichita F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

i 'S / > \ V ' -H ■ - V The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 13 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Happy George Washington's birthday! Wouldn't dear ole George make several turns in his grave if he knew just how most of the United States celebrates the day of his birth. There was a time when Feb- ruary 22 was a day of patriotic reminence honoring the "Father of Our Country." with parades, speeches, ceremonials and th2 waving of Old Glory. But today, in our modem, commercial philosophy of events, Washington's birthday is noted for the big sales at stores throughout the nation where items are marked down to rc- diculous prices (some would have even seemed low in George's day). In Washington, D.C., many stores have merchandise such as typewriters for sale at 99c, socks for lc and scads of similar listings. These sales require a whole extr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

i'fi •v. 'I -js* ♦ vr V * y t: f /*: v f V SAINT JO (TeScas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 22, 1963 *v THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publisher* < E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex., under Act of Congress, March 3, 1807: SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR *'v! In Montague or Cooke $3.00, plus 6c Sales Tax Outside Area $4.00, plus 8c Sales Tax Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, Arm or corporation which may appear in , the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. /962 RESS ASSOCIATION I SOIL CONSERVATION! DISTRICT NEWS a OUR SOU *001 STRENGTH? The board of supervisors of the Upper Elm-Red District an- nounced the winners for the third annual conservation essay contest. First place winner was Nancy Kemplin of Valley View High School, followed by Mack Thweatt, Jr., of Sai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

■ « RKBA STANTDELD Demonstration N ewt There is a landscape plan for you to fit your needs, whether you are in a family with chil- dren, without children, or just you. It will fit your needs if you have energy and like to get outdoors and dig or are the person who only wants to work inside. The family with chil- dren needs plenty of play space within view of the kitchen, bed- room, porch, or bathroom. You need outdoor living space for grill and table that doesn't in- terfere with the play space. Teenagers need an entertain- ment space, too. When they are no longer at home you have more walks and plants. For a couple without children you will appreciate low main- tenance of your yard and also MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HELD HERE FOR MISS JETER Miss Iva Mae Jeter, bride- elect of Paul George Thomas of Pennsylvania, was honored Tues- day afternoon with a miscel- laneous bridal shower. The event took place in the Fellow- ship Hall of the First Baptist Church with several family friends as hos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 22, 1963 NEWSLETTER FROM RALPH W. YARBOROUGH U.S. SENATOR Dear Fellow Texans: We have read and heard much recently about the new federal budget, but I want to give you a breakdown of some of the public works projects for Texas included in that budget. I am fighting for these items, and I want to tell you what affects you and your home county and town. A total of $88 million is in- cluded in the proposed new federal budget this next year for Army Corps of Engineers work in Texas on water conser- vation, flood control, rivers and harbors, and hurricane pro- tection projects. These projects fall into three categories of activity: First, the preliminary surveys, the planing stage, and finally, those where construction is underway. One big step forward in the new budget is a proposal for a comprehensive $250,000 study to find the best way to protect the Texas Gulf Coast from the high tides driven in by hurricanes, to prevent damage like that do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

- ••V? v ^■w < v \ ■, V l . , '■< 7 . MISS SANDRA HUQDLESTON AND RUDY WATSON MARRY Miss Sandra June Huddleston became the bride of Rudy Wat- son Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. The Church of Christ minister, Loyd K. Morris, officiating for the double ring ceremony. Music was furnished by Mrs. Ann Clayton at the organ. The vocal- ist, Miss Donna Watson, sister of the groom, sang "Always." Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Huddleston, Saint Jo, Texas, are the parents of the bride. The groom's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Watson, live in Thackerville, Okla. Mr. Huddleston presented his daughter at the alter. The bride wore a beautiful white chiffon over taffeta street length gown. Her tierra of white seed pearls and rhinestones held the veil in place. She carried white carnations on a white Bible. The bride's sister, Mrs. Bobby Duncan, Silver, Tex., was matron of honor. She wore a beige street length dress and carried white and orchid carnations, Miss Patsy Hudleston, S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

:w '• o.y ... ;• ; ■/-;■:*" 5 L"V' :• . ,• , \ — Come by tor A Delicious Hamburger - Hot Dog or Barbecue Sandwich from ♦ THE DAIRY SPOT Geo. D. Pedigo INSURANCE AGENCY SAINT JO TEXAS "We Insure Anything Insurable" Phone 995-2424 OTTO HOLLAND District Manager WALTER COLLIER Mobil AGENT Phone 2681 Saint Jo Foxworth Golbraith LUMBER COMPANY Reliance Homes Phone 2342 GENERAL REPAIR AND Mechanic Shop CLAYTON EROS. PHONE 2289 Back of First National Bank SAINT JO, TEXAS Service Station GAS — OIL - ICE WASH & GREASE PHONE 2388 SAINT JO . , '.**£*• ■ f.jt , ! . i v V .V > I . :H ■ > ' V, M , , ■ . 1. ■*<■■■ Weed's Station Gas - Oil - Groceries % I West oa Highway 82 F. C. PRICE Supplier of Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires & Batteries Saint Jo, Tens SAINT JO TELEPHONE CO. Don't Run — Reach for Your Phone Phone 2300 Saint Jo KINGERY DRILLING CO. Phone 2309 Saint Jo WRIGHT 6 FIELD Auto - Fire - Life Insurance H. D. Field, Jr. Dial 2292 Clyde W. Yetter, Jr. Saint Jo JOE FARRIS P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal g3S3gSSSCS& S3£3332$d$l Arch Durham received medi- cal attention in Wichita Falls Tuesday. He was accompanied by his son, J. C. Durham. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Mitchell and Barbara moved to Dye Mound last week. Guests in the O. A. King home Sunday were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hughes, Ricky, Terry and Craig of Grand Prairie and Mrs. King's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins of Saint Jo, and their daughter, the Earl Ray Garrison family of Euless. Betty King returned to Grand Prairie with her sister for a week's visit. Recent guests in the Guy Can- non home include their sons, Mr and Mrs. R. D. Cannon of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Cannon and James; their grandchildren, Bobby Gayle Can- non and Paul Cannon, Jr., of Thackerville, Okla.; Mr. Can- non's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Samples of Saint Jo and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins; also Mrs. Cannon's sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Goff of Bulcher and Mr. and Mrs. Gil- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, February 22, 1903 From THE PANTHERS' DEN SAINT JO JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAMS CLOSE SEASON The Saint Jo grade school basketball teams closed the sea- son last Saturday night. The grade school boys finished the season with a fine 19-2 record for the season. The girls finished with a good 12-8 record. The two losses the boys received were recorded by Nocona. The boys defeated Bridgeport last Saturday night in the Slidell finals and this was the first game Bridgeport had lost. In the process of the 19 wins the Saint Jo grade school boys won three tournaments and placed second in the fourth tournament. Also included in the 19 wins was the District 36 B Championship. In the final game against Bridgeport Saint Jo won 40-48. In this game Carver scored 6 points, Talley (William) Eddie Reed 8 points, Lovett 9 points, and Charles Cook 10 points. Boys playing grade school, basketball this year (8th grade) were Kenneth Carver, Charles Cook, James Cooksey, Gary Lov...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE I County Court WARRANTY DEEDS * Lawler, Cecil, et ux to Ken- neth Ray Lawler, et ux, A part of the A. Kitchen Survey, Abst. No^ 409, being a part of two tracts of land conveyed to Cecil Lawler. / Barbee, Frank, et al to Row- land Bowles, et ux, One acre of land situated in the J. D. Jennings and E. F. Stansburg Surveys. Van Winkle, Billy Joseph, et ux to Evelyn Van Winkle, All of Lots Nos. 7, 8,9, Block No. 23, original townsite of Bowie. Gann, Lois to Arvel Wall, 20 acres of land out of the Samuel Little Survey, Abst. No. 416 and he Griffin Bayne Survey, Abst. No. 16. Wadsworth, Coy, et ux to Walter R. Johnson, et ux, Lots Nos. 13 and 14, Block No. 5 of the Holman Addition to the city of Bowie. Landers, Faye, et vir, to H. C. Billy Dee BlackweU, et ux to Homer Bishop, 121.8 acres of land, a part of Block No. 78, Titus Co. School Land Survey. Abst. No. 730. Richardson, Harvey A. to Billy Dee Blackwell, 121.8 acres of land, a part of Block No. 78...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 February 1963

«*«/' Hs&it <c SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBTJTfE - Friday, February 22, 1963 News Report from Jack Crain, Stale Representative at Austin Greetings from your State Representative, Jack Crain, in the Capitol Building here in Austin, Texas. This week I will try and select one of the more interest- ing bills to be considered by the Legislature. Reapportionment or Congressional Redistricting is in for a lot of consideration and newspaper publication during this session of the Legislature. For a little background material to show the importance of this legislation, I would like to site the Tennessee Case which went to the Supreme Court. This par- HOME OWNERS CLINIC (Continued from Page 1) The program will start at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6 in the Council Room of the Court House at Montague. Men and women are urged to attend and hear problems discussed by Allen and several of our local persons who are well qualified to advise on these subjects. Subcommittee members who have worked cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 March 1963

<« The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 14 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Although anyone is welcome to visit our school here at any time, this coming week we have all been extended a very spec- ial invitation to "go back to school" and learn what our kids have really been doing. Isn't it strange that when you ask a child, "What did you learn in school today?"—nine out of ten youngsters will reply without hesitation, "Nothing." That is impossible to believe when we see evidence each day of the many things which he has learned. The learning capa- city of a child, I am convinced, is much greater than almost any adult. All they need is the cap- able guidance and strong hand of a qualified teacher. Saint Jo is very fortunate to boast a whole staff of such qualified and learned persons to teach and guide our children in the paths of educati...

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