Archive - Mar 16, 2013 - Food and Leisure
The Horseshoe Robertson Chapter of the NSDAR met Thursday at the First Christian Church. The ladies have brought up the need lately for the clearing and restoration of the Native American mounds, South of town on Highway 45 Alt. The original marker on the Highway which shows the site to be on the National Registry of Historic Places, was placed there under the direction of the wife of Presbyterian minister and missionary J.P. Unger. She herself was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The United States used to be the country that everyone else envied. People risked their lives to escape from Communist Cuba and Haiti by boat, they drown coming from Mexico when trying to swim deep fast moving rivers.
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