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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

í 3 Trees budding:, flowers blooming, air like wine ... no doubt about it, Spring's here! Your family's appetites bloom in the spring Tired of dull winter foods? 'Course you are. So pop down to Piggly Wiggly and select young spring vegetables, tender meats for lighter meals. Springtime foods are wonderful! For best foods any season shop . . . SNO CLUB Mellorine" 39 PIGGLY WIGGLY FRESH GROUND PUREX FLEECY WHITE BLEACH MEADOWLAKE OLEO CUTRITE WAX PAPER Quart Bottle Half Gallon 5c Off—Pound 125 Foot Roll 19( HAMBURGER 3* ROAST £ WEINERS CHUCK OR CROWN BULK B B B 39 49 RATH ALL MEAT BOLOGNA BACON DECKER KORN KIST ¡¡ 39' PORK CHOPS LEAN B 39 39 65 SOAP IVORY Personal Size 25c SOAP IVORY 2 Medium Si/e w SOAP ivory 2 Bath Size 31* SOAP CAMAY 3 Regular Bars 29* SOAP BRACH'S CAMAY MARSHMALLOW EGGS 2 1/ Oi. Pkg, 39* Bath Size ** BRACK'S SANDWICH BAGS SCOTT Package Of 75 25* FACIAL TISSUE SOTIES 29* LUNCHEON MEAT PREM 12 Oz. Can 49* BBQ BEEF 300 Can IRELAND'S 69* PRUNE JUICE SKESD'S MIXER 43* ...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO APRIL 1. IMO ^XASfTPRTSTiMSSO CUTIO VfanZS^mmmtY 7900 ESTABLISHED JULY S, 1M7 AS THE PIONEER Entered u second claw nutter at the postafiice at Ruse. Tex* under Act of March 3. 18?A Congressional Contenders Thaw E. H- WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H WHITEHEAD GlESS BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Rusia*'* 'Manager Newj Etlrtor Any erroneou reflation upot the character utandui*. or repu Ution of any person, firm, or corporition wolch may appear In the columna of this newspaper will be giadiy corrected upon being broiitfnt to the attention of the publisher SUBSCR Six Months in Coun:y One Year in County Six Month* Out of County Oae Year Out of County IPTION RATES Cherokeean Editorials Do They Want Anarchy WiLI racial agitation end with the political a/itiation of this genorai election year'.' Or will our country be torn by urrmtt for df-aides? I'íiA-i V * demonstration'! are inviting trouble, provok- ing the authorities to en- force laws design#*<l for the general p...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

THE APRIL 7, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 WHAT Rusk Folks AXE DO.KG Mrs. Marvin Roten and brother Mr Everette Sherman spent the weekend at Houston, with tlu-ir mother Mrs. Anna Belle Sherman who is seriously ill in a Houston Hospital. M r s. D T. Howard returned home, last week after attending funeral services and burial of Mr. J. P. Haden at Durant, Oklahoma recently. Mrs. Haden accompanied Mrs. Howard home for few days. Mrs. W. P. Richey and Mrs. I-aw- pence Smith were Tyler visitors Sunday afternoon. Roger Chu of Hong Kong, China, visited Max Schochler Wednesday. Roger and Max were roommates while at S.M.U. Dallas. Mrs. S. L. R. Cartlidge and Mrs. Frank Coupland attended t h e iighth annual Flower Show at Tyler Garden Center Sunday af- ternoon. Our Pharmacists Study Constantly! Everyday new drugs, antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals arc developed. Our trained pharma- cists read constantly to learn about them all. They stand rea- dy to serve you promptly, care- fully. Make our store y...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

mily That Prays T In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU 3-2222 J.C. WILLIAMS "YOUR FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER' MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU riTM BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' ¡t:,ens b nh Bldg. MU 3 2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Alio Hwy. MU 3-2204 IKE DANIEL, Manager CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.DI.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. (HANNA A GUENZCU ALEXANDER & LUSK SERVICE STATION & GARAGE (if 4 Wt MU 13747 RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor: REV J. A (ifUFTIN Wednesday Prayer Me«th>g W.M.C. Friday 2 p m. Morning Worship 11 a m , Sunday C. A .Service 7pm, Sunda Evening Worship 7:30 p m.. Sunday FIRST BAPTIST...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

Attend Church of Your Choice Jl^É*4áÉ3¡Í •.•.•¿•ft* ;•> The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the 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 his family. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and participate in the Church because it tells the truth about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which oloni will set him free to live as a child of God. "THE LORD SHALL OPEN UNTO THEE HIS GOOD TREASURE"... The Lord has never broken any promise spoken ... and he has promised us many treasures. He has blessed our lives with "plenteous goods" and the land has prospered. God has promised us many treasures in hea...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 7, 1960 Smith-Davis Rites Read Recently At Shreveport SHREVEPOKT—Wearing a gown of hand-clipped Chantilly lace over M'hite silk taffeta, Mus Melba Ruth Smith became the bride of Lt. Carey Lloyd Davit, L'. S A , at fl o'clock Saturday. March 12, in the chapel of the First Baptist Church. I>r James W. Middleton, pastor, performed the ceremony. The bride ls the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ivan Iverson Smith, Shre veport and the niece of Mr and Mrs. W W Maneas of Longview LL Davis is the son of Mrs. Robert Harrison Johnston and the lat<* William ilassell Davis of Shreve port. Grandparents of the bride are Mrs. Mack Smith and the late Mr Smith, also Mr. and Mrs Henry Price of Shreveport. The bride's father gave hf-r in marriage, escorting her to the al tar in her full-skirted gown, which was worn over hoops Folds of taffeta crossed at the waistline in front, giving an empire effect t<> the taut bodice which had a wid<-, scoop neckline and long sleeve...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

Eagles Eye Many things have taken place and have started this last week. Since all of the!^ay t0 S°- going steady. couples except a few have called it quits, many new names have been linked together. Mollie Trotter and "Rat" Ray have survived the disasters though MOTOROLA TV Gotd*« night and they reported much new gossip brought to light David Black, who did you haze so bad Saturday night two weeks ago ????? Poor devil! Jerry Henderson, Sammie Book- er, Willy Tosh, and Arlene Shank- les were together Saturday night. Betty Gentry is now working at the show since Sarah and Wanda Editor-in-Chief Donna Isaacs Sarah Dickey got a long-distance; Qu't- Good luck, girl. | call Sunday from ????? Judy Ramey was with Richard Assistant Editor John Hood, since when do trees Buller Saturday night and Ronnie gus¡ncss Manager Allen Ray grow out of old wells? traZ)er Sunday n,«ht • • • she, , . , >n t wait around! 1 Circulation Manager Larry Talley Tombie Black and Sally Sum- mers were together Sa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE • APRIL 7, 1960 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS A *i t*nt County Agricultural A pent, Morris A. Bailey, Jr. Three Cherokee County 4-H Club member* will each be pre- sented with 100 baby chicks on Tuesday, April S, 16^0. The chicks axe to be donated by Mr W. A Smith of the MAS Hatchery, Jack- sonville. The 4-Hers who will re- ceive these baby chicks, which they will use as a regular 4 H Club project, are Mary Nell Moore of Gallatin, Gus Coates of Wells, and Johnny Findley of Ianwood. In order to be eligible to re- ceive the chicks, the boys and GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS At HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 3 4645 Ruik, Texas girls had to agree to provide ade- quate housing and facilities for the proper care of the chickens They further agreed to keep ac- curate records of feed costs, man-, hours spent in caring fur them, and profits made from them (sale, of eggs, chickens, etc.) The chick- ens will lie treated a.s a regular 4 H Club project arid in addition a special award progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

o & til l&f ver 'ílautui . . , Town '"Mltfi. JÜaundaSout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the n*wtgilh«rin{ facilitas of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean in TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS TEE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 " per Copy Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area GOOD TO SEE the clearing go- —— ing on out on the highway for B. V°LUME 112 W. I ley's new poultry plant . . . looks like a new industry will be operating in our town in 'he near' future. APRIL 14, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 16 PAGES TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 43 THE PLANT'S a good way to get the year started off right, it seems. From our point of view it will provide some much-needed employ- ment for the area and it will be a market for poultry producers. SPEAKING OF employment, Mr. Iley told Roundabout that he will publish a notice in the Cherokeean telling folks when to apply for work and where . . . Right now he isn't taking applicat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN) PAGE TWO APRIL 14, 1«< Mrs. Hanna Speaks On Poetry Mon. Mrs Mildred Chapman was hos tess to the Xi Epsilon Kappa Chap- ter of Beta Sigma Phi Monday, April 11th, Mrs Melba Campbell, president, in charge The croup was privileged to hear an outstanding guest speaker. Mrs. W 11. Hanna of this city, who spoke on "Texas Foctrj ' She cited the fact that for its age. our state has accomplished a great deal in the field of poetry Numbered a mong the bu tter know Texas poe tesses are Margaret Bell Houston, granddaughter of Sam Houston, Grace Noel CroweII and Carl Wil- son Baker Her talk concerned wo- men primarily, in keeping with the occasion, and also because, wo- men outnumber men as Poet I-aur eites in the history of our state " Mrs Hanna recited some of her favorite poetry. "Song of the Traf fie," by Miis Houston Apron#", Wild Geese'' and "The Beautiful Gtft by Mrs Crowe!!, and Grow ing Old," by Mrs Baker The speaker also recited several of her own compositions, which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

First Methodist Circles UNGRADED WHITE ARNETT-GAINES CIRCLE J'VJLLE Mrs. E. G. Dewees, 807 Circle Drive, was hostess Tuesday morning for the Arnett-Gaines Cir- cle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Metho- dist Church with thirteen members present. Refreshments of coffee and pineapple and cherry tarts were served during the social hour prior to the program Mrs. F. H. Shivers gave the de- votion using Easter as the theme Mrs. T B. Pearsall continued the study of rural churches using a; chapter from the book "The Good Soil" as a reference. Mrs. George \ Singleton related the article "A Quarter State For One Parish." Mrs. Pearsall told "A Summer Ministry" and led the general dis- cussion which followed. She ask ed the question "What can we ac- tually do here in our area not only for rural people but for others who need additional attention from our church''" prayer Mrs M Moore with the u.so of posters, questions and ans- wers, and two papers of sugges- tions for the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

Easter Egg Hunt Free For County Youngsters J'VILLE—A county wide Easter Egg Hunt will begin Sunday at 2 0Ü p.m. at the Nichols Industries" airport north of Jacksonville off U. S. Highway 69 The Jacksonville Jaycecs are sponsoring the hunt arid all county children are invited, announces Dudley Waller, chairman of the event. Waller reports that more than 4.000 individually wrapped candy eggs will be hid Prize eggs will be wrapped in gold or silver foil and children who find them will be given prizes The chairman explained that the hunt area will be roped off into four sections for various a g e groups to prevent younger children JHS Play Wins Three Trophies Last Saturday Jacksonville High School's per formante in the district one art play contest last Saturday at Lon Morris was judged first place and both individual first place awards were won by members >f the win rung cast Scenes from "fry. The Beloved Country" were presented by the Curtain Club, under the direction of Jemes Ever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

SIXTEEN . . . (Continued from Page 4) Other speakers at the clinic were \V. E. Bailey, president of the t hamber; Dr. Hugh Rives, chair- man of the Contact Club; and Sam Quay, Chamber manager A similar clinic is tentatively planned when city maps will be siven to owners of service stations, cafes, and motels. Mabry-Lloyd Vows Read LEGAL NOTICE CHEROKEE... (Continued from Page 4) uiie Cone, the Rev. Robert Ma- theny, F. O Hatley, Eddie Johnson, Mrs. Grady Singletary. Two-year directors aro M r s. Vernie Minter, Mrs Cullen Sher- man, W. T. Farrott, Mrs. B. B. Braun, Mrs. J. T. Roach, Mrs. Char- les Dial, Mrs. Ralph Kesler, O. R. Perkins, Mrs. Hugh Richey. Directors for one-year terms are John C. Williams, Mrs. John Les- ter, J Alvin Milstead, the Rev. C. R. Meadows, Mrs. Sam F. Fox, Mrs. Clyde Foore, Dave Sanders, Mrs. Alton Cameron, Mrs. Sammie Moa- dor, Albertha Armstrong. LON MORRIS . . . (Continued from Page 4) Means, Chicago, first place in Dramatic Reading; Diane Duniven, Housto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE... BUY - SELL - TRADE tt«! CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALLMU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1956 FORD VICTORIA ! door hardtop, red & black Radio, heater, air condition trig. A real buy for $1295.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitewall tire , radio, heat- r. Mutt move and will go at j ust . . . $295.00 1953 FORD Tudor sedan, heater, white tires, nice paint. Priced Right. $495.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tire , radio and heater, real clean. $1195.00 1957 FORD V 8 4 Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue A white. Fordo- matlc, radio, heater, white tire*. Like new. $1495.00 1957 FORD Country Squire 9 passenger Sta- tion Wagon, A i r conditioned. Power brakes. Power steering, Power windows, radio heater A local owned car. $1750 00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone pamt and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

THE APRIL 14, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PACE 3 tank llect, pient ltc-32 ex- Ivice [Co., [hop pnse |teed lost |The s t lc-46 Iks M8 he, lee lips lex- lion :led Syble Darby In At Kiwanis Meet Dairy Foods Competition Responsibility As Club Member Stressed In Talk The regular weekly meeting of ernor of Division 14 of the Texas- Representing the New Summer- field Community 4-11 Club in Coun-i ty Elimination Contest in the Sen- ¡ ior Individual Dairy Foods Dem- onstration, is Syble Elaine Darby. She has been in 4-H Club work for the Rusk Kiwanis Club was held at Oklahoma District of Kiwanis Ln- three years and has been very ac- noon on Tuesday, April 12, with 'erna''ona'' was present on an of- . . r, ^ fic'al visit to the Club. It was the president Bill Davis pres.ding. club,s pleasurc (o haye him bring L E Darnell, Lieutenant Gov- the program. He reviewed the sev- ... j pated in the County Share-Fun-' cral obJectives of Kiwanis, and em- in her foods and clothing projects Contest. She has been Secr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

npi • THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 14, IMC Eagles Place Fourth In District Track Contest HusJs track and field men plated fourth in last Saturday * District meet in Nacogdoches with 4fl:- points Rankings were Jasper, ('en ter, Crockett. Rusk and San Aug ustine. In the Freshman Division, Rusk placed third behind Center and Jasper. And local tracksters placed third in the Junior High Division INSULIN-COMA . . . (Continued From Page Ij Reporting on Glucagon, the doc tors said' ' In the four months that Glucagon has been employed, over 2,600 injections have been gr, <'ii So side effects have been noted, and in only an occasional patient has the effect not been adequate to terminate coma. Glucagon is, in our opinion, of great benefit, not only for the patients' comfort and safety, but is also enthusiastically used by our nursing personnel on the 1 ari oui insulin services Concluding, the doctors said that it was their experience th;«t the m suhn-corna treatment is still a very excellent metho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

£ktfatime I ■ B1 i WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF EASTER EGGS AND EASTER TOYS HAM SANDWICHES 10 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TASTE O' SEA FISH STICKS mt Pound Package WW r Ocean Spray DOMINO OLD FASHIONED DARK BROWN 21 Lb. Boxes ORIENTAL RUBBER SANDALS 39(2 to 59l HASSELL GUARANTEED Head FIRM NATURAL MATE FOR ANY MEAT 300 CAN CRANBERRY SAUCE GOLDEN 300 Can RED DELICIOUS Just like turkey at Thanksgiving, HAM is traditional for Easter dinner! Whether your family likes baked ham with cloves and sugary glaze, a sizzling, thick ham slice, or perhaps one of the naw boneless canned hams, the best place to shop is PIGGLY W1GGLY! Piggly Wiggly's wonderful selection of tradition- al Easter delicacies-at low, low prices-will help you make this holiday dinner a real festive event! For the best in all foods, shop Piggly Wiggly. RATH'S BLACK HAWK RAMS HALF or WHOLE 55 PECKER'S FULLY COOKED HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN Picnics $|99 FRESH GROUND BUD WAFFLE SYRUP o ,,, 29c LUCKY STRIKE TUNA GRATED—Reg. C.„ 29^ WRS. TUCK...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN Austin Highlights FACE TWO APRIL 14, 19&C TEXAS Í¡^RTSSl¿ ASSOCIATION Money Study Eyes Teacher Pay Hike Thousands of chances to win In McKesson Bexel Vitamins S50fl000 HAWAIIAN HOUIMBK 7fte*nhe>u\ mwr - m 7960 establ.SHPO JULY 5, 1847 AS THE PIONEEfc Entered as second tia.- under Act of March 3. 1079 maiter at the postoffire at Rime. Tetas E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Of/ice and Businesj Manager New Editor Any erroneous reflection upot. the character standing or repu tation of any person, firm, or corporation wnich may appear In the xlumtii oí 'his newspaper will be gladly corrected upon brougnt 1.0 the attention of the publLsber SUBSCRIPTION RATE5 Six Month* in Coun;> Ou Year in County Sis Months Oat of County On# Year Out of County Cherokeean Editorials Academic Freedom $1 75 $3 00 $2.25 $4 00 A University of Illinois professor hollers cpnuorship of ara/lerni< freedom when he gets fired for advocating free love on a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

THE APRIL 14, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr ami Mrs. W S (Bill) John- son had a>> guests over the week end Mrs. Johnson's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs I* S Bailey of Austin, her sister. Mrs <' A Kin;; There's wealth in good health! Feeling well is man's greatest possession. Guard well your health! I ■ ■ { Make our pharmacy your ¡ ' ! prescription headquarters. ■ We're at your service al- " ways, ■■■■■■■■■ 0 Carflidge Drug Store MU 3-2358 Rusk Yours for good health! ■ r.d Mr Kins of Stephenville and their sister, Mrs. E. Shaw Cunning- ham and husband of Dalla Kent Fulton of Port Arthur spent 'he weekend with his mother Mrs Mildred Fulton. Mr and Mrs Louis Ranks and iau 'liter Judy and Diane, and Mrs i it R. Hanks visited the Louis lank's son, liob patient in a Tyler hospital Sunday and reported he i .vas responding to treatment sat- ¡ isfactorily. Mrs. Walter Richey and Mrs. J. E. Wallace were Nacogdoches visit- !ors Saturday. Dr and Mrs T. H. Cobble, M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

A Family That Pray: ifther RUSK CHURCHES assembly of goo Pastor: REV J. A C.KIKETN Wednesday Prayer Meeting W.1I.C. Friday — 2 pm Morning Worship — 11 am, Sunday C A. Service 7 p m , Sundat Evening Wo.-ship — 7:30 p m„ Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnio H. Wabfa, Pastor SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Schr->1. 9 45 a rn Morning Worship, 11 00 a m. Training Union, fl 30 p m Evening Worship, 7 30 pm Youth Fellowship, 8:30 p m Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 1.1 Choir Practice, P 00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wayne i, \iorrow Sunday Rehonj, 9 43 a rn. Morning Wo.-ship 1 l*tK) am Training Union fl 30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday evening service 7:30 LONE OAK BAPTIST CHURCH Gene Tomlin, Pastor Sunday School 10 a rn Mh Sunday preaching at 11 am Everyone is cordially invited SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev (Jco. Sanders, pastor Rev Joe R Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a m Worship Service, 11 a rn MTU, 7 p rri Evening Worship, B p m Midweek Worship, Wed night, 7 30 p in SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIS...

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