The Fairfield Recorder (Fairfield, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1964 Page: 2 of 8
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PAGE TWO-THE FAIRFIELD RECORDER, FAIRFIELD, FREESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914
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ering land in the I H. Reed League.
Warranty I>eed from Howard Wat-
son Jr. et ux to T R. Childs, cov-
ering land in the 1 H Reed League
Warranty Deed from Mrs. Annie
M. McAdams et vir to ('. L. Smith
et ux, covering land in the R Gain-
Warranty Deed from Earnest Col-
I lin.s to John Powers et al. covering
an undivided one-eighth interest in
O Winkler-St. Elmo
By MIts. HA I.I.FTY RASH
Mr. and Mrs. Richard La Rowe
and children of Houston spent the
week end with her mother, Mrs.
Myrtle Dubose, of Streetman and
they visited Mrs. Lena McCary
Mrs. Emmett Ferguson is home
from the hospital and seems to lie
.................. .... ............ * ••• IIUIII UK* I
107 acres of land in the John Lloyd 1 doing fine
Survey. j Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mack Barker
Warranty Deed from Bertha M Mrs. Jake Barker. Mill Broun and
Carpenter to Lee Roy Whatley et 1 Mrs. Maggie Walker of Richland
ux. covering land in the Juan Mateo [ visited their aunt in Oklahoma over
el al Surveys. I the week end.
Warranty Deed from Claude II I Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Burleson of
Polk et u\ to Nora Johnson, cover-1 Houston spent Saturday night and
The World's Most Widely Used
-Cl* Upper Room-
C THl LPPER ROOM NMHVIUC UNNtSSU
READ JOHN 13:4-15
'*1 have given you an example
that ye should do as I have done
to you. (John 13:15.)
Our school compound used to be
very untidy, with papers and leaves
everywhere. Then :> new principal
came to the ;chool She immediate-
disciples the need for humility it
they were to live godly lives.
PRAYER: Oor Father, we thank
Thee for the example ot humility
which Jesus set for us. Help os to
have humility like His and to be
examples to others through our
humble deeds. In Jesus' name we
THol GHT FOR THE DAY What-
ever 1 do. 1 will try to do in a hum-
j ble spirit, as Christ would do it.
Savetrie Mark, Student India1
By M \RV SCK WILLIAMS
ELECTRIC LEADERSHIP CAMP
NACOGDOCHES — Built in 1779 as a Spanish trading post
and fort, the Old Stone Fort is now a museum, located on the
campus of Stephen F. Austin State College in Nacogdoches.
Over its walls hove flown eight flags.
By C. WILSON HARDER
Four Freestone 4-H Club members
and Mary Sue Williams, county
ly began picking up the paper and home (iemonstration agent. will at
refuse around the school yard For tend the annual 4-H Electric Lead
a few days, she did this work alone. t*rship Camp sponsored by Texas
Then the children, seeing their prin power & Light Company at Lake
cipa! doing this, began to pick up Trinidad near Athens the last week
in June Texas Power & Light Com
pany each year is host to youth rep
rc sentatives and their county exten
sion agents from 26 of the 52 coun
ties in the company's service area
Those to attend are Keliy LaJoyce
scattered papers. Even the kinder-
garten children now pick up any
bit of paper they see around the
compound. The principal had set an
example of humility and cleanliness
In our Scripture passage from
John's Gospel, we read about Jesus Tyus. Dawn Newman, Danny B Wil-
washing the feet of His disciples. 'ar(l ar,d Johnny Carroll and Mary
Peter was ashamed to let his Mas- Sue Williams.
ter wash his feet, but Jesus washed The facilities for and expenses of
them, and the feet of the others as this camp are furnished through the
well. The Jesus said. "I have given courtesy of Texas Power & Light
you an example, that ye should do Company and include a 700-acre
as I have done to you." By His own lake, modern cabins, a dining hall
act ol humility, Je>us taught His : and all-weather game and assembly
Wc Invite You To
Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21
2 P. M. to 6 P. M.
North Mount Street in Fairfield
WM. CAMERON & CO.
THREE BEDROOM BRICK
ONE AND ONE-HALF BATHS
WALL TO WALL CARPETING
DOUBLE CARPORT AND STORAGE
The posthumous disclosure
by General Douglas MacArthur
is perhaps the biggest bomb-
shell to explode in Washington
since Pearl Harbor. The fact
that there was treachery in
Korea which cost thousands of
American lives and ended the
fiasco in a stalemate was per-
haps not par-
ticularly new. |
* * * I
facts as to t.
how the '‘sells
out” was ac-I
c o m p I isbed :
ing. While on
one h a n d,
this can be
viewed as an C. W. Harder
indictment of the British, it is
perhaps well to put things in
their proper perspective.
* * *
During the time of Korea the
British Labor government was
in power, which takes in the
so-called liberals. Right after
World War II the liberal agita-
tors were able to remove Win-
ston Churchill and put into con-
trol the Labor Party.
* • *
This was an interesting pe-
riod in British history. The rail-
roads, trucking, and other In-
dustries were nationalized. So-
cialized medicine came into
effect. It also developed respon-
sible posts in the British gov-
ernment were given to sex de-
viates who defected to Russia,
and the daughter of a govern-
ment leader married an Afri-
* * *
After about six years of this,
the British people threw the
Labor Party out of power and
sought to remedy as much of
the damage wreaked as pos-
sible. F.ngland still suffers from
the affects of this rule.
* * *
It was during thLs time that
'c Natl rul Federation nt Independent Bualnete
General MaeArthur's battle
plans were given to the Chi-
nese. Thus, this treachery was
quite in keeping with the rest of
the era of disgraceful conduct
in Britain as it ail goes togeth-
er in one ball of wax.
• ♦ *
Of course, when the British
people revolted against such
scandal and put back into power
a responsible government, the
U S. State Department did its
best to destroy the government,
being even more bitter than it
has been since Gen. DeGaulle
ousted French Socialists.
• * *
When Egypt’s Nasser stole
the Suez Canal. Prime Minis-
ter Anthony Eden, a protege of
Churchill, took quick action and
would have had the Nasser sit-
uation settled for all time to
come within another 48 hours
but was compelled to cease by
the U 8. who told him unless he
stopped his drive to unseat
Nasser, there would be armed
American intervention. This
toppled Eden's cabineL but
failed in the major objective of
throwing out of office the Con-
* * •
It is now to be expected that
the American psuedo-liberals,
like hyenas snapping at a dead
lion, will do their utmost to
nibble away at the towering
In fact, as soon as they feel
safe, they will pop above
ground again to launch attacks
on the MacArthur image. But
no one shoud be particularly
surprised that they do this, or
with the wild, screaming
claims they make, or over the
lengths to which they will go
seeking to destroy the Mac-
Arthur Image. After all, the
U.S. Supreme Court has made
some mighty attempts to des-
troy the validity of God.
building, and supervised recreation1
The 4-H members and agent at-
I tending electric camp will gain in-
| spiration and information which will
i give a boost to Freestone County
Special Warranty Deed from La-
mesa Corporation to Leslie L Ap-
Instruction in four areas of elec-1 pelt, covering 228 acres of land
I tricity 'lighting, wiring, safety and
| electrical appliances) will be given
I by specialists in work groups. Lead-
| ership opportunities will be given in
; ceremonials, citizenship, song lead-
the D, Bullock and J. P. Moffitt
Special Warranty Deed from La-
mesa Corporation to Leslie L. Ap-
pelt. eovernig 45 acres of land in
ing, outdoor and folk games, and the j Lawrence Survey.
quiet and active games.
Registration will begin 12:30 to
1:30 p. m., Thursday, June 23, and
camp will close at noon, June 25.
“chip ® +
ALL SUMMER LONG!
JUNE 1 THRU LABOR DA Y
ing l acre of land in the J. Sanford
Warranty Deed from James Dan-
iels to W A. Keils Sr., covering 24.5
acres of land in the J. McAnutty
Warranty Deed from Mrs. Joe
Roller et al to William Alvis Collier
et ux, covering land in the City of
Warranty Deed from Clydell Mc-
Spadden, Ind & as Independent Exr.
to Lillian Louise Chamberlain, cov-
ering land in the G. Brewer League.
Warranty Deed from Finis Daniel
et ux to V T. Nevills et ux, cover-
ing seven acres of land in the D.
Warranty Deed from John Y. Nash
et ux to P. M. Goode et ux, cover-
ing land in the D. Avant League.
Warranty Deed from Glendon Car-
roll et ux to E. M. Bowers et ux,
covering Lot 1 and one half of Lot
2 in Block 30 in the City of Teague,
CARD OF THANKS
C. R. Harris and family wish to
express their appreciation for the
many kindnesses extended to him by
Dr. Bonner, Dr. Keller, hospital
staff, nurses and friends while in
Sunday with her father. Ralph John-
son, and attended the Midway Me-
morial Sunday. Ricky Lynn Rash
of Corsicana went home with them
for a week's visit.
Mrs. Phil Alexander and baby and
Mrs. Effie Steele ol Pasadena spent
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Murl
Mrs. Raymond Rumfleld and chil-
dren of Winslow, Ark., are spend-
ing a few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie Bonner, and bro-
ther. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Bonner
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of
Tyler attended the memorial at
Midway Sunday and visited Mrs.
Lena McCary awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Monk Steele of Ar-
lington, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray
Simpson and children of Abilene,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman and
boys. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goodman
and children, Mrs. Phil Alexander
and baby of Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Cross and children of 1 le-
vers, Mr and Mrs. Sonny Simpson
and Mrs. Eunice Tisdale of Tyler
and her daughter, Mrs. Gene Rep-
pand of Kilgore and Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Steele and children of Swee-
ney spent the week end in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Anderson and
the home of Mrs. Effie Steele and at-
tended the memorial at Midway
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lee of
Streetman visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker Sunday
afternoon. Mrs Walker spent Mon-
day night and Tuesday in their home.
Assembly Of God
Glenn Montgomery, Pastor
9:45 A. M.—cunday School.
1100 A. M—Morning Wor-
6:15 P. M.—Sunday, Christ
Ambassadors Youth service.
7:15 P. M. — Sunday night
7:30 P. M. Wednesday, mid-
9:30 A M.—1Thursday, WMC
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DAVID ion A6ENCY
Warranty Deed from Blanche Paz-
dra et al to Mrs. Pearl Maddox,
covering 34 acres of land in the R.
Warranty Deed from James T.
Keys et al to Jack W. Keys et ux.
covering land in the Eli Russell
Warranty Deed from Abe Wilson
to F. E. Hill Company, covering
land in the S. Sanchez Grant No. 1.
Warranty Deed from L. R. Boyd
Jr. et ux to W. T. Franklin et ux,
covering land in the Margaret Rus-
sell et al League Surveys.
Warranty Deed from L R Boyd
Jr. et ux to W. T. Franklin et ux,
covering land in the N. Peck et al
Warranty Deed from Ronald L.
Lipsey to Mary Ellen Lipsey. cov-
ering land in the S. Sanchez Survey
Warranty Deed from Arthur N. S.
Patrick. Trustee & Indiv., to Arthur
Patrick Jr., covering 791 acres of
land in the H. Burleson et al Sur-
Warranty Deed from Arthur N. S.
Patrick, Trustee & Indiv , to Arthur
Patrick Jr., covering 450 acres of
land in the H. Burleson et al Sur-
veys and covering Ixit 24 in Block!
21 in the City of Kirvin, Texas.
Warranty Deed from L R. Lipsey
et ux to C E Snyder, covering land
in the Thomas Doyne Surveys et al.
Warranty Deed from B. H. McCeig
et ux to Fred P Owens et ux, cov-
ering land In the D. C. Cannon Sur-
Warranty Deed from Howard Wat-
son Jr. et ux to T. R. Childs, cov-
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