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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

íi'w m SUNDAY jptist ) had some n <1 num- h e ainetl ltrod- tusin, aeon, or of I'll of h e on of the id to ■nper, form- e i r ¡rene, jther, ed a the wishes for these /ille's h i g h nt of prin- Ue I1- :h of on of UK of cl S her anner ential he re- iroom eom- iis or- Tucs- Jack- Side Calvary Revival Is Set Spring revival services are scheduled at Calvary Baptist Church March 2(ilh through April 2nd, botli Sundays inclus- ive, announces Rev. Wayne Mor- row, pastor. Memo: Continued from Page 1 Mary Jane Hinton Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Hela Sigma Phi, 7:45 p.m., Mrs. Melba Campbell Tuesday, March 23 Kiwanis Club, noon meeting, Texas Cafe * Membership training classes begin at First Methodist Chur. h, 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 29 Rotary Club, noon meeting, Rusk Hotel (iuest evangelist is to be Rev. Chester Odem of Corsicana. Song services will be under the leadership ol Eddie Ricks. "We extend a cordial wel com«.' to all to join with us in this special series of worship j services...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 23, 1961 City Planning Committee Talks To Lions Thursday Rusk Lions heard a panel discussion of city problems Thursday noon when they met fot a regular luncheon meet- ing at the Youth Center. Mem- bers of the Chamber of Com- merce City Planning committee gave an informative outline of present and future needs to in sure adequate service. The panel was composed of Robert von Doenhoff, Judson Perkins, Shelby Hood, Lloyd Pipes and Paul Cox. Lion Shelby Hood is pro gram chairman for March. President Pete Grimes offici- ated at the luncheon, catered by Ed Stover. Some 41 persons at- tended. Klma Musiek, Jr., zone chair- man, inducted three new mem- bers: Royee Minter, Leon Ther- iot and James Robertson. Leon Pledgor was presented as the organization's new secret- ary treasurer, filling the post held by the late G II. Thomas. Guests at the meeting were Rev. Wayne Morrow and Earl Smith of Tyler. PRESCRIPTIONS Exactly What The Doctor Ordered For You lr is our r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

TaxRenditionDeadline Draws Near For Texans April 1 will be the deadline ¡ for most Texans to render their property to certain taxing! agencies. State laws require all real and personal property to! be rendered for taxes 011 or before prescribed dates. Those who fail to comply can blame only themselves for the money' loss they may consequently suffer. Some Texas cities set their I own tax deadlines. These are the j cities of more than 5,000 pop- ulation which have incorporated "Wider the "Home Rule" pro visions of our statutes. All oth- er cities are governed by the general laws of Texas. In towns operating under the general laws property must be rendered for taxes between Jan- uary 1 and April 1 each year. A number of home rule cities set up the same requirements in their ordinances, while others j prescribe different periods. For state and county lax purposes, property must be rendered to the County Tax As- sessor by April 30. and home- stead exemptions must be claim- ed by the sam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT MARCH 23, 1961 Rusk Folks Plan Trip To Hodges Gardens An all day trip to the lovely Hodges Gardens at Many, l^ou- islana is set for Wednesday, March 29th, according to Mrs. Herbert Osborne, president of the Daffodil Garden Club, spon- sors of the trip. Anyone who would like to fio Miss Mayes To Participate In Easter Pageant Belton, March 13—Miss Ruth Marie Mayes of Husk will part- icipate in the twentieth annual Easter Pageant at Mary Hardin- Baylor College in Belton, Texas. She will play the role of John in the pageant, which will he presented on the college campus on Good Friday even- ing, at 5:30. The annual pre- sentation portrays the last days of Jesus Christ on earth, begin- ning with his triumphal entry into Jersusalem. More than a hundred students will partici- pate ill the event. is cordially invited to call Mrs Osborne, Mrs. Roy Ginn or Mrs Houston White at the Rusk Hotel, and register. Deadline for purchasing your ticket of S3.WJ on a chartered b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

udman, |k; Mar- ia Nel- |a Jean Byrd, Mitch- |Titlrow, Rusk; Ik; Mrs. Alto; laydelle; I to; Vic- IC. Trot [aldwell, |stopher. Rusk,' |k; Mrs. rs. Mary Carola Lnnie B. pa Fitts, c; Jerry Moake, Ins, Port |c, Rusk; nsk; Mr. Marvin tcachéts Lore TB Inounccd Executive TB As- tse tests testing system. |d iunch- yhite and eeivc tho rch 28th. P.M. II Ion •V> E®t W H Y P A Y R E N T The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS THAT'S MINIMUM, RUSK SPEAKER SAYS Lawyers Counseled To Get $25 Per Hour The high cost of litigation claimed the attention of some seventy Texas lawyers here last Friday in a State Bar institute on lawyers' economics. One of the speakers, Cullen Smith of Waco, asserted that $25 an hour is a cheap price to pay for the services of one of 'his profession. "The man who repairs the dictaphone gets that much," he said. He claimed that the $25 fig- ure is a minimum for any part of Texas. The reason lawyer income has suffered a compar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

REMEMBER.... A Family That Prays Together, Stays Together ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY STOREHOUSE Huge granaries have been built to store away much food. This !s not a new idea. Joseph saved a nation by having the people to build large storehouses so that they might have food when tho drouths came. Another storehouse 5s God's holy book. In God's holy word are stored many treasures. "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that jrroceedeth out of the mouth of God Attend church, study and learn" more of God's word. ám Tfie CTiurcJi h Go<Ti appointed agency fit ftft world for spreading tho knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear will Inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of the welfare of himself and hlj fa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

■the |pel is :45 |hip Un- lay i P The ?n's Jed- | the M. ■ srs >r. Jr. trance Texas ier tock onvllle _o. sady- ) & Cherokee County Church Directory THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 23, 1961 PAGE THREE Rusk Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: Rev. J. C. Durham Wednesday Prayer Meeting V.M.C. Friday — 2 p.m. $orning Worship — 11 a.m., Suflday C. A. Service—7 p.m., Sunday Evening Worship—7:30 p.m., Sunday m TIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'Lonnie H. Webb, pastor • SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School—9:45 a.m. looming Worship—11:00 a.m. Training Union—6:30 p.m. Evening Worship—7:30 p.m. fouth Fellowship—8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting— 7:^5 £hoir Practice—8:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I Rev. Wayne C. Morrow Sunday School—9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —11:00 am. Training Union—6:30 Sunday Evening Sunday Evening Worship — 7:30 Wednesday Evening Service 7:?0 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Rév. R. A. Covington, pastor funday school—10 a.m. Morning Worship—11 a.m. Training union and Bible st dy—6:30 p.m. j: 15 singing f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE wm CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE THIS MAN IS Cherokee County's Largest Car Dealer minAJr" ~ ft *■ ' m i *,?<■? a J. W. "Dub" Isaacs Isaacs Chevrolet Co sold Over twice as i.;any cars as any other county deal- er! You'll save hundreds of dollars if you'll visit Dub Isaacs before you trade cars. MOST FOLKS IN THIS AREA BUY New & Used Cars At Isaacs Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet - Pontiac - Buick Hiway 69 at "Y" in Rusk • i COMPARE THE CAR COMPARE THE COST WHETHER IT'S ANEW 1961 FORD or A GOOD USED CAR YOU'LL GET THE BEST DEAL WHEN YOU TRADE WITH LEEMAN ISAACS AT MOTOR SALES RUSK lb. Cars Wanted i l''"l{ SALE: Tomato plañís, 6 1 'iiili". west of Husk, Highway 4-t p-37 ¡ Top price? paid for Used Cars a4 |( waggoner S e o us first. J. C. Williams, Rusk. lc. Autos For Sale 2a. Equipment For Sale USED CARS Big Selection of Fine Used Cars at Bargain Prices J. C. WILLIAMS Your R...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

lars of age letirement I for elder- lie. Apply |6, Troup, J-ltp-29 a rural Ifine eárn- I Cosmetics (neighbors. PRIVE . ~ working 3 |ig regular- group of les clients Iblished in II are will- pories, etc., COSMET- Glenclale, |11 pay up 4-t-£-39 BUY used 14286. l-t-c-40 >NALD r lory Intment les. 4262 Jexas nt to drink ff you want 34, Rusk. tfc-38 Iw is t h e |.I. loan to . No down payments. Coleman at l& Supply, 1)137. J-tfc-32 licern: be respon- incurred in I other than lorton Itary sfcptic lA. R. Pool, pon. Prompt tfc-32 [R: For ex- fir and ser- Jrdal Radio )nly televi- elass gov- Rusk area, service on lost reason- lices. The fice in East tfc-46 D INS old coins, wille Coin second onth 8:00 ife. J-TFC-24 •WING NE X Thursday >231 me To CLASSIFIEDS GUARANTEED RECAPPING Passenger Car Tires Paul Glass Service Station 106 N. Jackson Jacksonville Dr. W. M,. Smith Osteopathic Physician SECOND FLOOR TEXAS BANK & TRUST BLDG. Jacksonville . .TELEPHONES . . Office: 8826 Res.; 8722 ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

The Cherokeean AUSTIN HIGHLIGHTS PAGE SIX RUSK, TEXAS MARCH 23, 1961 Sales Tax Foes Want Showdown * EDITORIALS * On Aid For Sunday Schools The question of direct federal aid to church schoolw has eclipsed the more basic question of aid to public schools, and as it dots it serve the ends of those who are clam- oring to get the central government into edii'c at ion. t, It seems to make the public school aid issue ¡wall potatoes, when actually it is a far reaching proposition for Ihe American people. ¡^either of the issues can be justified on the basis of immediate need, and federal fin- ancing ought to be considered only in emerg- encies. ' The lack of common sense on all counts calls ,for some frank speaking. Constitutional- ity—the defense of the opposition—is far from fréing an impregnable defense. Present- ly the Constitution belongs to nine justices who regularly read the election returns. Furthermore, the question is one of polit- ical prcponderence and parliamentary exig- ency ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

h to ,.. ct. is — juld S lages 1 pay- WE'RE COMPARATIVELY WELL OFF, SAYS GLASS 0. State Money Problem Not So Bad From W. W. Glass In this news letter I wish to present a picture of the fiscal problems facing the Legislature in financing our state govern- ment during the coming bienn- ium, the two-year period begin- ning next September 1. During the present biennium the state is spending 2.4 billion dollars, and will spend during the next biennium perhaps 2.6 billion dollars. When contrasted with expenditures of a genera- tion. ago, these sums seem en- ormous; and many of the news- papers are making the financ- ial picture look dark. But the picture is not dark. On the con- trary, when compared to the fisc41 problems of other states, ours looks bright. Tfiere are many reasons why our* state expenditures have groyn jn the last generation. In the first place, the state pop- ulation has grown; and this growth of population has called for [increased expenditures. For instance, it takes m...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 23 March 1961

dfflgp mw of SAVINGS and SPRING Specials For Thurs., Fri., & Sat. thru March 25th Rusk, Texas All Quantity Rights Reserved Spring I bustin' out all over—all over BROOKSHIRE BROS., that is, for we're rushing the season with a store- wide SALE-ute to SPRING! Every shelf . , . every case ... is filled with super values in fine foods to put the ling of Spring in your meals. Come pack your paniry . . . fill your freezer! Our storewide LOW PRICES will have you singing a Spring Song of Savings. SWIFT'S MELLORINE HONEY-CUP ¿ gal. ctn. 3fc IDEAL CINNAMON ROLLS Reg. 25c pkg. only it GREEN GIANT RANCH STYLE PEAS & ONIONS NIBLET'S WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 No. 303 can 12 oz. cans 27* BEANS PURE CORN OIL 39? MAZOLA OIL 15 oz. cans Gal. can 27* $2«19 GRADE "A" FRYERS lb. 2a 5 HORMEL VALUE BACON SHOULDER ROUND STEAK PORK SHOULDER Lb. Lb. 39* ROAST u. 49* 63* SKINLESS WIENERS Lb. 39* $1.05 WIS. AGED CHEESE Lb. 59* MORRELL YORKSHIRE BACON 2 lb pkg CRISPY SOUR OR DILL PICKLES HEINZ TOMATO SOUP ASSO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

i SMÍ i I 1Round... Town vñth Roundabout THE PROBLEM of right of way still hounds the city, and time is growing short if we are to have our improvement along with the rest of the program. THE THEATER FOLKS are in on the Civil War Centennial act. The 100th anniversary of the start of this event is occasion for bringing back the late Clark Gable and "Gone. With The Wind." But MORE THAN that, Royce Minter, Cherokee Theater man- ager, tells us about Jefferson Amusements Company's $1,000 scholarship contest open to high school seniors. SERVING RUSK WITH DISTINCTION FOR 113 Years The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, EST ABU SHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 I Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area SftV\C0 ft rvice - per Copy VOLUME 113 26 PAGES MARCH 30, 1961 FOUR SECTIONS NUMBER 41 State Warns of Delay in 69 Right of Way f THEY MAY ENTER competí- ♦ion by filling out an entry blank which will be available at the high school next week and then writing an essay on Gen. Sherm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

¡J 'H MARCH 30, 1961 / THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO if I 'K* WO';? jit pi- pm - I te - #>A. . • v I#' /WW. is'. I Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Ault of Jacksonville an- nounce the engagement approaching marriage of Iheir daughter Charline to Bryan (¡iiinn, Sorority 1 1 Has Meeting Monday Night Mrs Melba Campbell was hostess to a regular meeting of the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Monday even- ing, 7:45 at her home on Bon- ner Street. Mrs. Mildred Chapman, presi- dent, officiated at the meeting. An enjoyable social last Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hassell was reported, and plans were discussed for a Founder's Day observance. New officers for 1961-62 were elected by acclamation as fol- lows: president, Mrs. Bessie Lunsford; vice president, Mrs. Marie Mehner; recording sec- retary, Mrs. Mary Boone; cor- responding secretary, Mrs. Marie Whitehead; and trea- surer, Mrs. Morris Hassell. Following the business ses- sion, Mrs. Hassell presented an inspirational program entitle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

1 * Future Citizens... Photo-Feature * "Future Citizens" snapped recently by a Woltz Studio cameraman, are presented this week in a special group photo-feature. Youngsters and parents names are given in the usual left to right order. Rosemary Long, daughter oí Mr. and Mrs. Long, Rusk. >.■ •: t J, iij Marvin, Jr. and Virginia Ann, children of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lusk, Sr. of Rusk. <2 A i Kenny Miller, son oí Mr. and Mrs. Kent er of Bryan and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and Mrs. Verdie Mae Banks; Julie Kathryn Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. I own- send of Rusk, Route 4; Charlotte Ann Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beck, Husk; Sandra Dotson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Weldon Dotson of Rusk; Carl David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell l'hiter of Alto; and Pamela Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pinky Phillips of rusk. Gary Davis and Kimberly Anne, children of Mr. and Mrs. Char les Ramey of Rusk; Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie White- head; Faye, "Rusty", a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

Negro Youths Annual Swine Stage First Show Here THF MARCH 30, i9< I CHEROKEEAN PAGE pour Contractors Nonce ut Ia; merit, Austin, until 9:00 A. M., Highway Construction April 14, 1961, and then public- Sealecl proposals for construct-j ly opened and read. inn 1.476 miles of grading, struc-1 plans and specifications in- tures, base and surfacing eluding minimum wage rates as Limits: I'M. 23 &1857—One provided by Law are available Negro youths of this area Jacksonville were in charge of ford High School to award the ¡ ^ye Creek Bridge & Approaches at the olfice of W. I). Harris, .sta id their first pit; show in the first show. ! winners their prizes. "'^hway No. I M 23 & 1857, Resident Engineer, Rusk, Texas, Ku-k Saturday, March 25th. The "Speaking for all of us, we Th rmin,„ ■ f-ovi-rod by C 035-1-9 & (' 1929- and Texas Highway Department, iht County ¡\( „roes hope to j j jn cherokee County will be Austin. Usual rights reserved Ltnimals were shown from 9 a.m. would ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

mm service Begins Revival At 1st Methodist Sun. , Jtev. Don Pevey will be the odist Church beginning Easter guest evangelist, officiating at Sunday, announces Rev. Jewel revival services in First Meth- McClure, pastor. Rev. Pevey was pastor of the Jim Carroll i • .Named Head =Of Tri League * In a called meeting at the .. Rusk City Hall Friday night, ~ managers of Tri-County League -teams from throughout East Ht. ' be'en V~0§Ü¡i"re ' three "Texas elected Jim Carroll at vears Twice daily serv ices are plan- Perrin ne(j—at 0 30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. First Methodist Church in Jack- sonville some eight years, and has many friends in the Rusk church He is now pastor of the Bellaire Methodist Church, Houston. He is one of the most sought after revival ministers in the Texas Conference. He served as chaplain in the war prior to his pastorship at Jacksonville -Rusk president of the circuit ~ Carroll succeeds J. -Willis of Rusk, who announced The mornjng service is to be — retirement after servi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE SIX MARCH 30, 1961 Revival Ends; Cantata Slated Easter Morning Revival services at First Bap- tist Church closed last Sunday with a total of 18 additions, an- Lions Hear Talented Musician Mrs. Maurice Holcomb pre- sented an enjoyable program of music last Thursday at a reg- ular meeting of the Rusk Lions Club. Introduced by program chairman, Jud Perkins, the talented musician rendered sel- ections on the piano and ac- cordion. She also sang. President Pete Grimes offic- iated at the noon luncheon meeting catered by Ed Stover in the Youth Center. A report was heard by club members concerning a child's recent eye operation sponsored by the club. The youngster's problem has been corrected with successful surgery in Long- view. It was also announced that a regular board meeting is sched- uled April 5. nounces Rev. Lonnie Webb, pas- tor. Thirteen persons joined on profession of faith, request- ing baptism. Five transferred letters. Next Sunday morning's serv- ice will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

fices Tirst at 2 in in lend- jheir rmcr Icily. *8 *8 rn isk .10 re all sr ton THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 30, 1961 PAGE ONE $ mm, ■ fc..3 MWik*'* mmmit Vk wtsQi. 3$zk -I ■■westgk ¥ki PENN F¡scher-Pe¡ m nged The marriage of Joan Marie , v. n .• Fischer and Robert Ray i'oin, ' ■ took place Saturday evenii ; at the North End Baptist Chur>-i:. Port Arthur with the Rev. Wen- dell M. Johnson as the offici-! *lh« 'v-r.ds ant. The bride is the daughter; maids, b .,vl ' . vana Penn, sister of Foster i ilu' hritl< uroom, was at the guest ey wore • >••.• ler. ■ ; ,,l car. i"r her wedding trip, the * *"?«{•-* wxre a pink dress covered with a matching duster. Her ac- i "«¡s tries were pink and black '• • hi broth-! and an orchid fashioned her of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Fischer . (>i v too: - i i i * ■ i i ror . ¡ <• The couple will reside of 1509 Sabine avenue and Mr , v>. i • i: ' : Penn's parents .ore Mr. and Mrs \\ '•<. |. J. B. Penn of Rusk. ( i A program of traditional mu- ,n , • i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 30 March 1961

Sunrise Service Planned The annual Easter Sunrise Service will l>e held at t h e Camp Ground Baptist Church, Route 2, Alto, Sunday morning April 2 at 6:00 o'clock. This service, which will con sist of a program of song, ser- mon and fellowship, will be un- der the direction of the pastór, Rev. Gene Tomlin. Following the worship ser- vice, coffee and donut>, will bo served to those in attendance. This annual event in t h e Camp Ground church has been well attended in years past, and it was stated that many were expected to attend this year. 0 Easter Dinner Scheduled By Church Members and friends of (he Reklaw Baptist Church will celebrate Easter with a dinner "on the grounds" at the church Sunday, April 2, according to Rev. Gene Tomlin, pastor. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish lunch and enjoy fellowship with the group Following the lunch, the an ntial, traditional Easter egg hunt will be held for the children of the community, and a song fest will be conducted ...

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