Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 59, No. 1, Ed. 1 Friday, September 9, 1949 Page: 2 of 4
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>ver You Go!
Fill ER UP WITH
PHILLIPS 66, 6E0RGE
..I'VE SOT IOTS Of MILES
AHEAD OF ME TODAY/
BETTER LET ME
CHECK YOU(? TIRE'S
AND BATTERY TOO,
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POP STOPS AT PHILLIPS
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I'll See You in Sunday School. *.
This is an old saying that should be
used more today than it is and it should
mean more to the speaker than just an
old saying-. Can you say it and mean it
from your heart? . . .
Prayer Meeting at 8:00 o'clock
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM
MORNING CHURCH 11:00 AM
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 7:15 PM
SPECIAL EVENING SERVICE 1:n PM
Bring the Family
CLAUDE METHODIST CHURCH
Wm. G. Barr, Pastor
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Sermon . . .
(Continued from First Pagei
"I wa.s named for Dwight L
Moody, the evangelist.," answered
Elsenhaur. 'My mother admirec'
his work and thought it might in-
spire me to be a leader."
Just how many people have been
similarly influenced is hard to say,
but it probably still numbers in
the thousands. Dwight L. Moody
was the sixth child in a family of
nine, born in 1837 and raised by
his impoverished, widowed mother
His grammer was poor, his formal
education slight, his social grace.1
awkward. Yet by some miracle he
became the man described in a
standard encyclopedia last year a.'
•the greatest single influence for
religion in nineteenth century
What wa.s the secret behind
Moody's success? Over and over
again biographers have sought the
answer to that question, and al-
ways they come to the same con-
clusion: Moody's life was completely
yielded to God. He was willing to
obey God's command in Romans
12:1, where the plea is to "present
your bodies a living sacrifice, holy,
acceptable unto God, which is
your reasonable service." To Moody,
the words, "For me to live is
Christ," were truth.
One of his sons said of him,
Father lived soley for the glory of
God and for the spread of the gos-
pel of Jesus Christ."
Today, there are few men whose
sons could make such a statement.
Men with education and opportuni-
ties far beyond those which Moody
had are throwing away their lives
on Materialistic goals, dedicating
themselves to gaining power and
fame—and money. They are for-
getting the true values of life and
What about you? What is the
goal of your life today?
The ways Mrs. Average Ameri-
can Housewife wants her potatoes
is revealed in a new booklet titled
"Potato Preferences Among Custo-
mers," issued by the U. S. Agri-
Most housewives, says the report,
buy medium sized potatoes be-
cause they are best for judging
portions, easiest to handle and can
be used for several types of cook-
ing. Most women dislike small po-
tatoes because they are to hard to
handle and cause too much waste.
Large potatoes are bought by a
third of the women, chiefly for
baking. Customers want potatoes
with smooth skin, clean surface,
few eyes and no spots or blemishes.
Nine out of 10 housewives serve
potatoes at least once a week, but
the average number of servings is
four times a week. Mashed potatoes
were found to be most popular.
These are times when trying to
be human costs a lot of money.
1 A wife will drill her husband to
not show when he is bored.
GETS 3,000 'WHYS' A DAY
Americans seem to have 'elected
Charles F. Brannan, secretary of
agriculture, as their national ques-
tion and apswer box. The -queries
are coming into his office now at
the rate of 3,000 a day. They vary
from "How do I burry cats in the
ground?" to "What color eyes do
sheep have?" Altho many are un-
related to agriculture, Brannan and
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