The Fairfield Recorder (Fairfield, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1964 Page: 6 of 8
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THE FAIRFIELD RECORDER. FAIRFIELD. FREESTONE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1944.
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W.WT ADS — COST IS I.ITTI.i: — RESULTS ARK ROOD
Sale — Miscellaneous . Used Cars For Sale
.1 \< K Mel) \X IKU Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Preaching Hour .. 11:00 a.m.
B T 3. 6:00 p.m.
Preaching Hour . 7:00 p.m.
\V. M \. 2 30 p.m
7:00 p.m. — Officers and Teach-
7:30 p.m. — Frayer Meeting
s 00 p.m. — Choir Practice
First Monday night each month
NOTICE FISHERMEN - Our lake
is almost full of water and there
have been some nice bass caught
recently 'and a few REALLY RIO |
ONES got away!!). We stocked it!
with channel catfish two years ago!
and these are good eating size
now. Price the same: $100 peri
car, TO ALL. Joe Richards.
FOR SALE — 350 International utili- j
ty tractor with one-half yard buck-
et. E. J. Foik . 2tp
FOR SALE — Used sheetiron, kitch-
en sinks and cabinets. Phone j
389-2118, W. F. Daniel. llj-2te
FOR SALE—Extra clean 1962 three- J
quarter ton, long wheel base pick-1
up. Only 14,800 miles Good set I
frames. Also Farmall Super C. j
tractor, Lilliston rotary mower & :
other equipment. Fairfield State I
BEST CANCER Policy on the mar-j
ket sold by DAVID LOTT AGEN-
CY. 14m-Hc I
Billie Li. Bonner, Pastor
10:00 A. M.—Churcn School.
10:55 A. M.—Worship.
f» P. M.—M. Y. F.
7 P. M.—Evening Worship.
7:00 P. M.—Choir Practice.
first Baptist Church
REV. JAMES BISHOP, Pastor
FOR SALE—Portable Remington
typewriter; practically new elec-
tric General adding machine.
Dial DU 9-2325. Uj-tle
CONDITIONED HAY—Alfafa. clov-
er, and Johnson Grass. Livingston
Farm. U. S. 287 at Chambers
PASTl RE MOWING—Call Ricky
Cannon. 9-3313. 4j-tfc
10:00 A. M.—Sunday School
11:00 A. M.—Preaching hour.
Man j (goo p. m. — Training Union.
7:00 P. M. — Preaching.
4()0 F. M. — Sunbeam Band
A. K. C. REGISTERED
PUPPIES & RUNNING HOUNDS
Bill Bond Jr.
Groesbeck, Texas RA 9-5605
MOVING — Little Transfer & Stor-
age Local & Long Distance Mov-
ing & Storage. Free Estimates
Without Obligations. Phone
GY 6-3371, Mexia, Texas; or
TR 4-4221, Corsicana. 13a-tfc
NEED CANCER PROTECTION -
See DAVID LOTT AGENCY.
! or woman to supply consumers
with Rawleigh Products in Free- i
stone County or Fairfield. Can j
earn $50 weekly part time—$100 I meets at church,
and up full time See W. W. Brown, 1 All circles of the W. M. U.
906 N. Jackson St., Palestine, or j meet as announced in the week-
write Rawleigh TX E 1480 336, j ly qhurch bulletin.
Memphis. Tenn. 2iim-5tp j 4:00 P. M.—Junior GA’s mee'
CANCER PROTECTION — A most | at Church,
for yoor family. DAVID LOTT! Wednesday
AGENCY. 14m-tfc1 ®:00 P. M. — Royal Ambassa-
7:00 P. M. — Prayer Meeting
Real Estate For Sale
j FOR SALE—4 room house with j
I bath room equipment to be mov-
! ed; 1 room cabin to be moved. I
! Luther Hunter. llj-2tp!
First Baptist Church
Clarence B. Yates, Pastor
10:00 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A. M.—Worship.
6:30 P. M.—Training Union.
7:30 P. M.—Evening Service.
FOR SALE,-3-room brick-veneer i
home, about two blocks from Court- j
house. Ph. 389-2238. 4j-tfc j
FOR SALE — Three bedroom housed 7:00 P. M.—Wednesday, Pray-
on one acre land Inside city lim- er Service,
its. Contact David Lott Agency.
RECORDS, MODELS AND
KIRCHNER HOBBY CENTER
LET US ORDER your Records and
Sheet Music. We also have good
stock of Records and Sheet Music.
Come in try these on the phonos
and piano. Hill Hardware & Appli-
ance. Fairfield, Texas. Phone
TRIP INSURANCE FOR SALE —
One day to one year. DAVID LOTT
FOR SALE — Ideal residence lot.
140x115 near hospital. J. E. Lott.
EXPERIENCED TV serviceman
here daily. TV and Antennas sales
and service. We install iron cords.
Dial 389-3336. Hill Hardware & Ap-
WATCHES and Electric Clocks re-
paired at Gilpin Drug Store. T. A.
WATER WELLS-AU bad wab
ers cut off. Neal Drilling Co.,
Box 252, Madisonville, Texas,
Phone DI 8-2682. 4j-tfc
TV’S FOR RENT — At hospL
tal or at home. Dial DU 9-3336.
Hill Hardware & Appliance.
Furniture For Sale
PIANO TO TRANSFER — The agent
for Joplin Piano will be here next
10 days to arrange moving and fi-
nancing of this fine spinet to local
people with good credit. To inspect
without obligation, W’rite: Whole-
sale Div., 312 Main, Joplin, Mo.
Ward Prairie Baptist
M. T. COLLINS, Pastor
Services each Sunday.
10.15 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A. M.—Preaching.
6:30 P. M.—B. T. S.
7:30 P. M. —Evening Service.
Church Of Christ
10 A. M.—Sunday School
1! A. M.—Worship.
GOING ON A TRIP THIS SUMMER?
—Buy your extra protection cov-
erage from DAVID LOTT AGEN-
Round Prairie Baptist
Merle Fulmer, Pastor
10 a. m.—Sunday School.
11 a. m.—Worship.
6:30 p. m.—B. T. S.
7:30 p. m.—Worshio.
7:30 p. m.—Prayer Meeting.
8:00 p. m.—WMA and Broth-
Billie B. Bonner, Pastor
9:00 A M. —Each Sunday, prea-
Sunday School immediateli
Post Oak Baptist
R. L. RYBUKN, Pastor
10:30 A. M. — Sunday School
11:0U A. M.—Preaching every
first and third Sundays.
Fairfield Masonic Lodge—
First Friday night, 7:30, regu-
lar meeting. Monday and Thurs-
day nights each week, 7:30, class
of instruction. Visiting Masons
Third Tuesday Night—Order
of Eastern at 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday nights — Oddfellows
Second 1- rioay nights—8:00,
Future Farmers regular meet
Secon I and rourm Tuesday
nights—7 30 Volunteer Firemen.
Secor > Tuesday nigtit—Regu
lar meeting of City Council.
Third Tuesday ntgnt — 7.30
Chamber oi Commerce directors
meet at City Hall.
Last Tuesday Jn each mouth
the Band Boosters Club meets
at the band room at 7 30 P. M.
First and third Thursday
nights—Regular meeting of the
Lions C'ub at Tower Cafe.
Fourth Monday—7 P. M., Vet
erans of World War I of the
U. S. A., Inc., Barracks Unit
No. 1464, at courthouse.
Thursday nights — Rebekah
Fourth Thursday — American
W. O. W. Camp—Every four-
th Thursday night at the Tower
Cafe, 7 o’clock.
Bethel Assembly Of
Don Brothers, Pastor
10 A. M.—Sunday School.
7:30 P. M.—Evangelistic Sen
WMC—Eacn Tuesday evening
7:30—Thursday evening ser-
F. E. FOLK, Pastor
10:00 A. M.—Sunday School
11:00 A. M.—Preaching each
7:30 P. M. — Preaching each
By C. WILSON HARDER
According to Biblical sourc-
es, Babel was a place in ancient
Syria where they not only tried
to build a tower toward the
moon, but they spoke in so
many strange tongues nobody
knew what the other fellow was
up to. There seems to be simil-
arity to a more modern place
along the Po-
ets, not tow-
ers, are used
for a moon
fusion is ap-
* * * |
Some time C. W. Harder
ago the United Surgeon General
issued a grim report that cig-
arette smoking is a cause of
* * *
Immediately the Federal
Trade Commission, which
would much rather fool around
with any chore to avoid doing
its principal job of enforcing
the anti trust laws jumped into
the act to consider a ban on
advertising of cigarettes.
* * *
In addition, the Federal OfHce
of Education considers a cam-
paign to discourage cigarette
smoking, while U.S. Dept, of
Agriculture is spending coun-
terpart funds equalling $417
million. Rep. Clarence Brown,
Ohio, reports to encourage for-
eigners to smoke cigarettes.
* * a
And now Senator Gaylord
Nelson of Wisconsin has called
for a "war on poverty” calling
for federal expenditures of $10
billion over the next 10 years.
• * *
Where’s the money to come
from? Through a five cent per
park increase In cigarettes.
'c) NbU'wI FVtiff lion of Independent Huilnea*
It is also pointed out that cig-
arette taxes in this nation are
low compared to Europe, only
12.9c in U.S. as compared to a
43.5c tax per pack in England,
36.5c tax in Ireland, 41.8c in
Sweden, and so on. Largely
o\erlooked is the fact that the
per capita consumption of cig-
arettes in America is much
higher than in these nations.
* * *
So for the nonce It is perhaps
well to overlook the economic
considerations whirh would in-
dicate that the higher the cig-
arette tax, the lower the con-
sumption. And of course, reduc-
tion in consumption In this na-
i tion would also reduce the
amount that would be derived
to war on poverty. But this
viewpoint Is perhaps too practi-
cal, and thus immaterial.
* * *
So instead, it is well to imag
ine the most delightful set of
paradoxes that will result if the
Surgeon General continues his
warning, the FTC muzzles cig-
arette advertising, and the of-
fice of Education decides to
campaign against cigarettes
while at the same time Cong-
ress passes a high cigarette tax
to war on poverty.
* * *
Official Public Health and
Education bureau releases will
issue warnings against smok-
ing, the FTC will require each
package to carry a warning
that the product Is dangerous.
On the other hand, whatever
bureaus wars on poverty will
be urging people to smoke
more to bring in the taxes.
This bureau, in order to keep
from offending the other bu-
reaus will undoubtedly adopt
a slogan such as the following
“Contract Cancer to Cure Pov-
erty— Smoke an Extra Pack
Today.’’ And some agnostics
believe that the story of Babel
is merely a folklore myth.
as treasurer of the District 4 i
Johnny enrolled in Ceremonials and
Committee Work, which was taught
by E. K. Shaw, local agent, and Wil-
lie Ruth studied Games and Recrea-
tion for different age groups
The five-day camp was an exper-
ience in group dynamic and leader-
ship with emphasis on citizenship.
The Junior Leaders are presidents
of the respective clubs.
Sixty-two boys and girls from thir-
ty counties were in attendance. They
were sponsored by the County Pro-
gram Building Committee.
SALEM AREA FARMERS STUDY
Farmers in the Salem Community
were given information and training
on fertilizers and their use, effective
fertilizer application methods and in-
i jurious and beneficial insects of le-
gumes at a local community meet-
Extension Service prepared slides
showing methods of application,
kinds of fertilizers, and other cul-
tural practices were used in the pres-
The local Agent and Vo-Ag teach-
er conducted the discussion-demon-
New Hope Baptist
BONNIE CHESSER, Pastor
10:15 A. M. -Sunday School.
11:00 A. M.—Preaching.
8:30 P. M.—B. T. S.
2:00 P. M., Third Sunday—
7:00 P. M. Tuesday—W. M. A,
7:00 P. M., Wednesday—Pray-
7:15 P. M.—Preaching.
E. I. &E. NEWS
By E. K. SHAW
Associate Co. Agricultural Agent
4-H CLUB YOUTH TO HUNTSVILLE
Johnny Titus of Fairfield and Willie
R. Malone of Butler represented
, Freestone County at The Northern
1 District 4-H Club Laboratory con-
FRANK LEE, Pastor
10:00 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A. M.—Preaching.
7:00 A. M.—Preaching.
7.00 P. M.—Bible Study.
THURMAN LEVACY, Pastor
10:00 A. M.—Church School.
11:00 A.M.—Morning Worship.
7:00 P. M.—Evening Worship.
DR. W. DUKE PITTMAN
DR. WILLIAM D. PITTMAN
101 E. Commerce Street
Phone GY 4-2341
We Service All
BEE THE NEW
217 E. Commerce — Mexia
Phone DU 9-2239
Lyle Oil Company
LBNDON L. RED, Owner
DR. V. E. GREENING
Phone RE 8-2971, Teague
On Tengue-Falrfieid Hiway
dueled at Huntsville last week.
Johnny was voted the outstanding
citizenship award for the period of
the camp, and was runner-up for
chairman-elect of the entire thirty-
county Northern 4-H Club Council.
Willie Ruth Malone was nominated
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Glasses and Contact Lenses
HIGH D. REED, JR.
Complete Insurance Service
Ph. DC 9-2238 — FAIRFIELD
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