Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1948 Page: 3 of 4
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Grocery & Market
Let us all pull together and get our
children, school and churches out of the
Claude and out-lying districts, who
will be benefitted by the paving project
will appreciate help from any one inter-
ested in our welfare, and our school and
churches and will make them bigger
and better than they have ever been.
So let us back the project and talk it
! > up to everyone. Ask some of the school
and church officials about it.
0' with an
F. H. A. LOAN
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
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AT YOUR FAVORITE
I have available for the neonle of this r,immunity a non-
eancellable family group POLIO" insurance polity providing
benefits up to $5,000.00 for each and every member of the
family with the old line legal reserve company which originat-
ed and was the first c.impanv to sell polio insurance. Every
claim filed with this company has been settled In full without
Cost: $8.00 (entire family) first year
$5.00 per year thereafter
H. Lester Parker
A failure says that success is
nothing more than placing lack.
Services at the
Ford A,. Ellis, Minister
10:00 A. M. J. T. Thomas, Sup-
erintendent, urges all parents of
the church not only send their
children and young people to Bible
School but to attend. The preacher
11:00 A. M. Communion Service.
Bros. Hunter and Galloway, elders.
Sermon, "What Is That in Thy
Hand". A consecrated life has a
two-fold significance. The commun-
ity is invited to this service of
praise, worship, fellowship and in-
Classified ads. want ad.s, readers,
legal notices, card of thanks, poems
only 3c a word for first week's in-
sertion; 1c a word for each succeed-
ing week without change In copy.
All such ads arc cash in advance,
• FOR SALE—Jersey
Sec Elzie Hazard.
• WESTER SEED WHEAT — for
sale, germination 96% pure but
not certified, $2.50 per bushel—A.
W. SoRelle, 21F3, Amarillo, Texas,
Box 322. 4tc52
• MACHINE WAVE—$2.95 and up,
cold wave. $7 50 and up. Specializ-
ing in hair shaping and styling.
All work guaranteed. Call collect,
7558.—Jeff's Beauty Shop, 613
Adams, Amarillo, Texas. 4tc52
• FOR SALE — Braodcast binder,
good condition.—W. R. McGowan
• FOR RENT—Apartment, furnish-
ed or unfurnished — Phone
• GENERAL WATER Well repairs
—Geo. R. Crowell, Phone 147-W
Sportsman Club Card
115 WEST 7 th
Pays up to $5000.
Treatment of Each
HOSPITAL Services—Room, Board.
Attendants, Apparatus, Medicines
NURSING Service-R. N.r 3 a day
fv $10.00 per day each.
IRON LUNG—or similar mechani-
TRANSPORTATION — Railroad or
Aircraft, to Hospital; patient and
BRACES AND CRUTCHES — as
Assets Over $26,000,000.00
Premium, 1 person, only $5.00
Premium, Whole Family $9.00
Chas. W. Stewart
r i.- i. AinviTT TiKnn+a Leader; Mrs. John Luther. Devo-
Baptist WMU Meets uoral Mrs Bennelt pieture A1.
At Church Aug. 11 bum of The Past Mrs, Roy Woods
The Woman's Missionary Union A moving picture of the present,
mat Wednesday, August, 11 at 3:00 Mrs. Goin, Catholic Church, Mrs.
o'clock at The Baptist Church for McDaniel. Dealing with personili-
Royal Service with Mrs. R. C. Bal- ties of people, Mrs. H. Hunt. Fu-
lard and Mrs. Oeorge Goin ais hos- ture of the Rural church, Mrs.
The program was as fol- Merl Nelson. The candid camera.
Ion:;' Mrs. Clifford.
The house was called to order by Those present were: Mesdames
the vice-president, Mrs. Merl Nel- Luther, Nelson, Clifford, Goin, Me-
lon gong: "Pfcith of Our Fathers". Daniel. Hunt, Hicks, Bennett,
■oni; "Bringing In The Shleves". Woods, and Ballard.
Prayer, Mrs Clifford. Business. "
LET US FIGURE YOUR
NEEDS FOR A
CENTRAL HEATING UNIT
OR PLACE OF BUSINESS
BWIDERS SUPPLY CO
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CLAUDE LODGE No. 11*.
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Regular Stated Communication
Sat., Sept. 4th - S:15 P. M.
Ugly Spots & Stains
. . . often times seem to appear
from out /if thin air and in the
most conspicious places. Don't
attempt to remove these your-
self. In many cases that spot
or stain will only be made
wnrse, and there is a chance
that the fabric may be damag-
ed. Why take a chance; let us
do the job as it should be done
—safely and effectively.
J. E. Johnson
Cleaning & Pressing
For outstanding value, and all-
round satisfaction, come in and
order your Maytag—now!
• Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Jamar of
Port Worth, Tens, visited their
aunt, Mrs. L. A. Jamar, Saturday
of last week.
Wanda Jean, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Grumke, entertain-
ed a number of young people
Wednesday evening with a welner
roast and later, a slumber party.
Everyone enjoyed it very much.
Those spending the night were
Reulla McGowan, Latrice Moore,
Dorthy Thomas, Betsy Ann Cole,
Vesta Kelly, Patricia Tims, Mar-
garet Knott, and Wanda Jean. Mrs.
Ernest Knott, Donnie Knott and
Jimmy Finley attended the welner
HARD TO FIND HEART
For a few harrowing minutes
James Doe of Los Angeles thought
he might be a man without a
heart. Puzzled Navy doctors could
not find his heartbeat when he re-
ported for enlistment at naval
headquarters. Experts using X-rays
finally located it under his right
armpit. They discovered Dae, 19,
was born without a right lung.
His left lung had expanded to
take on double duty and forced his
heart into the upper right section
of his chest cavity. Doe couldn't
get into the Navy, but doctors told
him he needn't worry about his
Three Minute Sermon
By F. Coxe,
Moody Bible Institute, Chicago
GOD IS LOVE
"We are his people and the
sheep of his pastures" (Psa. 100:2).
So the psalmist sings, and from his
song we glimpse God's great love
But if God loves us, why do we
suffer physical pain and mental
torment? He is our Father in heav-
en, we reason, so why should He
not smooth away every worry in
our lives? Thus, we wrongly pic-
ture not a father in heaven but a
grandfather, a kindly benevolence
who should indulgently "rant- us
everything we crave.
To the human mind, love is the
desire to make other people happy.
But obviously, the world is full of
suffering and unhappiness. Does
God really love the world then?
Rather than question God's love
by our own finite reasoning we
must realize that we can never
fully comprehend or understand
the Infinite's conception of love.
Yet God has permitted us to
see His love through human ex-
pressions of love. In some ways,
God's love might be compared with
the love of a man for a dog. The
companionship of these two is
primarily for man's sake. He tames
the dog that he may love it, not
that it may love him; and that it
may serve him, not that he may
serve it. So man interferes with
the dog in its natural state to
make it more lovable. Alter he lias
washed it and house-trained it
and taught it not to bite, he loves
it more completely. Probably the
puppy often wonders about the
"love" of man, but the mature
dog, in its new world of affection,
privileges, and comforts, has no
Man takes a dog into his house
to train and love, not a caterpil-
lar. And God trains and loves man.
Let us praise God that we are so
high in His estimation that we are
not left to follow our natural im-
pulses, but that through our suf-
ferings we are made more lovable
in His sight.
RED & WHITE
\ Grocery & Market
? Phone 128
FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS
FLOUR, Purasnow, 25 lbs. 1.89
Honey, 32 oz. 55c
Jello, 3 boxes 25c
Preserves, Mother Hubbard, 2 lbs. 39c
Fruit Cocktail, Del Monte, No. 2jl _ 45c
Peaches, gallon, Big M 69c
Kool Aid, 6 pkgs. 25c
CHOCOLATE SYRUP, 1 lb. can _ 15c
Prem, 12 oz. can 49c
Kix, 7 oz. pkg. •_ 15c
Lotion Chamberlain, 100 size 89c
Apple Cider, Motts, qt. size 10c
Is Your Wheat Land Ready?
We would be happy to help you keep
your discs rolled and sharp, your plow-
sweeps sharp and hard surfaced . . .
Adams Welding & Blacksmithing
Farm & Ranch Equipment
Repairs & Construction
Whatsoever Things are Good,
Whatsoever Things are Pure,
Whatsoever Things are Holy. *.
We are advised to think on these
things and the Methodist Church
has in its program a place for all
ages to study and learn of the
Masters' way. You are always
wetcom^toi5tadynvith-tas v '.
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Grease and Oil
Delivered to Your
Farm when You
Dr. Hugh Sticksel
126 East 7th
Comanche < fyJe&to/i • fWiclut&
WIRE TOP YIELDERS IN THIS ARIA THIS YEAR!
COMANCHE ... At or near sure** of early varieties
top in oil field tests . . . good
straw . . . 9<>od test weight
... drought resistont . . .
popular with oil growers who
WESTAA . . • Consistently
high ytaMs . . . similar to
Comanche but higher yielding
in the fun handle . . . stands
well for combining . . . resis-
tont to loaf rust . . . exceed-
ingly popular in the Pan-
WICHITA . . . Early . . . equal
to Early Btockhull in yields . . .
stands much better for com-
bining . . . resistont to drought
and disease . . . safest and
large acreages assured in
Housewives demand quality
bread . . . this requires strong
gluten . . . beardless varieties
have weak gluten . ... flour
mills this year stayed out ot
areas raising beardless wheot
. . . they are shipping in out-
side wheot to strengthen their
mix . . . Exports have been
heavy and are present outlet
♦or poor baking flour . . • these
are opt to be curtailed any-
time ... We must regain our
local markets .
to find seed of these new high
yielding, high quolity varieties!
Avoid future discounts. Help improve our local wheat variety
reputation. Seed of these new wheats already in heavy demand.
See the Cownfy Agent or call on us.
Nelson Gram Co.
Weeks & Bagwell
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1948, newspaper, August 20, 1948; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth353785/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.