Letters

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor:

Regarding Pastor Cartagena’s “Divided Society” article in the SCT last week:

You lock your car, your home, and your church when they are unattended, yet you do not understand that our United States, the freest, most generous nation on Earth, also requires protection?




Blackwell

Dear Editor:

The annual Holy Week services were wonderful! Forest United Methodist Church and Forest Baptist Church both did a fantastic job hosting this special event.

How all were so blessed by the fellowship, food and preaching. Each pastor provided insight and helped prepare our hearts for Easter Sunday.


Triplett

Dear Editor:

The unwashed hordes of illegal immigrants, who are entering our country with impunity, view America as “heaven on earth.” They realize that once they cross the border, they are vested with all sorts of unmerited benefits because of lax immigration policies which are endorsed by the do-nothing United States Congress.



Tim Fanguy

Dear Editor:

One of my favorite articles to read each week is that of Mr. Clyde Morgan. I am humbled by his service, awestruck by his intelligence and dumbfounded by his ability to write so eloquently. His articles always cause me to reflect, especially his recent “Diogenes” series.






27 More Days!

By BECKY WINDHAM IVY,

On October 15, 1918, my great uncle, John Lemuel Windham, died in an area of France only 27 days before the Armistice to end fighting on land, sea and air between the Allies and Germany was signed.  That date marked the end of The Great War:  World War I as we have designated it in later times.



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