Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949 Page: 3 of 6
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Jlmmle Don Ooln & Nadlne Judd
were united In marriage In a single
ring service by Rev. J. D. Mc-
Danlel, pastor of the Claude Bap-
tist Church, on December 7th, 1948,
In the home of the bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Goln.
A simple but Impressive service
In the presence of a few friends
united this lovely couple who will
make their home at 802 Lincoln
Street, Amarillo, Texas.
METHODIST WSCS STUDY
The Methodist WSCS will meet
Wednesday afternoon, January 26
at 2:30, In the Church Parlor, for
a continued study of "The Bible
and Human Rights". Mrs. Luther
Lowry Is Study Leader.
CARD OF THANKS
We take thi". means of expressing
our sincere gratitude to everyone
who had a part in easing chc sor-
row of the passing of our loved on'1.
May God bless each of you is our
The Tims an I
"The Fool's Triumvirate" Is a
message the purpose of which is to
give a lift to Christian discipleship.
To te honored In such a fool's class
Is no mean accomplishment. Such
a followship calls for some con-
trary thinking. Hear this sermon.
Ouests find here a royal welcome
and soon catch the feeling of home
likeness.—Ford A. Ellis, Minister.
10:00 A. M. Bible School. Leroy
Lowery says, "Make the '52 Club."
THANKS TO FRIENDS
I wish to take this means to
thank the good people of Arm-
strong County for their many nice
gifts, flowers, cards and letters,
which I received during my long
stay in the hospital. May God blew
each one who had a part.
Mrs. L. V. Case.
Dr. H. R. Beck
Golds ton Bldg. Phone 46
(By MYRTLE MILLER AUSTIN^
Jan. 24: District Clothing Con-
20-27: District Clothing School.
31: Clothing Leader "Training
School. 10:00 AM Community Home
Cover disli luncheon.
Feb. 14-15: Work Simplification
School directed by Miss Gladys L.
Dnrden, Associate Specialist in
Home Management, College Station.
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM each lay,
Community Home. Cover dish lun-
cheon. Carson County leaders will
work with Armstrong County lead-
ers In this school.
More than 500 roses, shrubs and
trees have been ordered through
Mrs. C. N. Bell, Marketing Chair-
man of the County Home Demon-
We Like to Get
New Customers . . .
. . . but when old ones keep
coining back year after year
' we swell with pride. This is
our way of knowing that our
service is "tops", and your as-
surance of expert workmanship.
Let us handle your dry clean-
ing needs too . . . we'd like to
add your name to our long list
of satisfied customers.
J. E. Johnson
Cleaning & Pressing
CARD OF THANKS
It is with a deep feeling of ap-
preciation that we extend to each
of you our heart-felt thanks for
your kindnesses, expression of sym-
pathy and flowers and card >, Dur-
ing the illness and death of our
dear husband and father. W. E.
Brady. May the Lord bless ;ach of
Mrs. W. E. Brady and
Thank you for those nice news
Items sent in.
Program of Advance
The Methodist Woman's Society
of Christian Service convened in
Friendship Hall of the Church on
Wednesday, January 5, 1949, at
12:30 for the Program of Advance,
with the President, Mrs. Chester
Program was opened with a cov-
ered dish luncheon. Invocation by
Mrs. H. D. Robison.
At the conclusion of the lunch-
eon, the pianist. Mrs. Joe January
brought a medley of Hymns con-
cluding with the Advance hymn,
"God of Grace and God of Glory".
Mrs. Rollo Davidson save the
Devotional from Scripture: Psalm
18:28; theme. "God's Light and
Power" the thought f:>r meditation
being "Christ in us, the Hope of
Glory". Closing with a prayer.
Mrs. Chester Cp:t ; nve the Pur-
pose of this Day of Advance. It :s
the day in Church History f!om-
munorallng the visit >f the Wise
Men who came b:>arin; to the
Christ Child—sold, myrrh, and
'Ihe purpose is: 1. To enlist wo-
men in tli!" activities i.f the Wo-
man's Soci -ty of Christian Service,
women who heretofore have not
been interested in a part of the
Woman's f'o icty or Guild. 2. To
bring about a deeper concern on
the part of all members which will
lead to a new commitment to the
great task which confronts us now.
This new commitment to the point
Program of Advance is: 1. Every
Methodist woman studing giving,
building and praying for a World
Christian Community. 2. One thou-
sand new missionaries, deaconesses
and other full-time Christian work-
ers to help meet the needs of the
Program was closed with WSCS
singing the Advance hymn. "God
of Grace and God of Glory." Pray-
er of Dis-misal by Mrs. J. A. Stal-
Attending were: Mesdames Hollo
Davidson, B. H. Conner, Wulter
McGowan, H. F. Sowder. Gertrude
Ashworth, J. B. Hundley, Luther
Lowry, H. B. McGowan, Tom Col-
lins, J. A. Stalcup, Scott Laycock.
J. H. Davis, Chester Carr, H. D.
Robison, Joe January and Miss
John Ella Hathorn.
N. Armstrong Club
In McGowan Home
The North Armstrong Club met
January thirteenth in the beauti-
fully re-decorated home of Walter
and Rua McGowan.
Officers for the coming year were
installed in an impressive candle
light service with Geraldine Wieg-
man presiding. Each officer was
presented a gift of appreciation as
she was installed. A short program
followed the installation service.
The roll was called and answered
with helps on "How to Be Good
Club Members". Marie Wiegman
gave some "Do's and Don'ts for
Presiding Officers and Members."
LaNell Gunter presented a mono-
logue. "Ma Joins the Club".
Coffee and tea were served from
a beautiful lace covered table
lighted with yellow candles. The
(enter riece was yellow rose buds
and orchid Dutch Iris. The club
color?, yellow and t urple, were also
carried out in the dainty sand-
wiches and rikes. Mesdnmes H B
and Jack McGowan presided at the
I The members and guests enjoy-
j ing this first meeting of the year
j were: M'dames Lena Bishop, Ln
Vanda Wilkins, I/iNcll Gunter,
El'zal c th Kelley, Nell Campbell.
Cora Hunter, Betty McGowan,
Louise Conrad, Dorothy Sowder.
Louise Gunter Pearl McGowan.
Marie Wiegman, Mable Smith,
Ethel Mahler, Geraldine Wiegman,
Betty McGregor, Marguerite Dunn,
Koma Beryl Fields, Fern Hollings-
worth, Ethel Sowder and the host-
ess, Rua McGowan.
Sage Dreasing, Pta Routed Potfc
toes, Black Eyed Pew, Cranberry
Fruit mold on Salad Greens, Hot
Rolls, Butter, Refrigerator Fruit
Calce, Coffee. (From A & M Col.)
LIFE SPAN HITS NEW HIGH
For the first time ln the coun-
try's history the life expectancy
rate has passed the biblical "three
score and ten," so the National Of-
fice of Vital Statistics reveals. Ac-
cording to recent calculations, white
girl babies born now can expect
to live at least 70.3 years. The life
span for boys has hit a new high
too, white boy babies can expect
65.1 years. Non-whites girls have
the chance of living at least 01
years, the agency estimates, and
non-white toy babies have an ex-
penctancy of 57.6 years.
Most shrubs like sunshine. There
are some that will grow only in
the shade. And some plants need
certain types of soil. So the land-
scape specialists say to be careful
when choosing shrubs for the yard.
If you're a right-handed house-
wife, a handy storage arrangement
is to have the food stored to the
right of the kitchen sink, end the
dishes to the left.
There arc- some women who
would be satisfied to cheerfully re-
fund their married name.
Boots - Saddles
ALL KINDS OF COWBOY
411 Polk Amarillo
THANKS TO FRIENDS
' I wish to Thank each of my
friends for all the cards and visits,
since my accident. They made the
pain easier to bear, especially do
I thank Mr. Luther for all his help
and also Dr. Longhagen for he
sure has been grand. May God
bless each of you.
BLACKST0NE Beauty Salon
"Amarillo's Only Beautitorium"
Let us show you how nice you can look.
Our operators are Beauty Specialists ...
We will accept late appointments.
Out-of-Town Patrons Welcome
OMA FAYE SMITH—Owner
—: Operators :—
Doi'iithy Mobley - Louise Richardson - Juunita Branurn
110 E. 8th Amarillo
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CARD OF THANKS
To friends and neighbors we
wish to express our appreciation
for the many words and deeds of
kindness, the beautiful floral of-
fering, for every help we received
in our hour of saddness in the
passing of our loved one. May
friends t? just as kind to you, if
and when, this dark hour comes
to you. May God's richest blessing
be with you.
Mrs. D. L. Dawkins and
The Claude News
REFRIGERATOR, FRUIT CAKE
1 lb. graham crackers, 1 large can
evaporated milk, U> lb, marshmal-
lows, 1 lb. chopped pecans, 1 lb.
pitted dates, 1 lb. raisins, 1 lb.
candied friuts, 1 4 lb. citron (if
desired). Roll graham crackers and
mix with milk. Add other ingredi-
ents. Press in deep mold. Let stand
in refrigerator for 3 to 4 days.
* * ♦
ROAST SHOULDER VEAL
Have butcher remove bones from
five pound shoulder of veal; wipe
with damp cloth. Fill cavity with
sage dressing (roll and sew or tie
in place. Place on rack in roasting
pan and roast in moderately slow
oven (300 F) until done. Allow 45
minutes per pound; baste twice
with melted fat, using 1 4 cup.
Makes 6 to 8 servings.
* t *
3 c bread crumbs, V4 t pepper. 1
medium sized onion 13c butter or
fortified margarine, melted. Mix
bread crumbs, seasonins and onion;
add butter slowly, tossing lightly
with a fork until blended. Use as
stuffing for roast veal.
Roast Shoulder of Veal with
"A good man out of the good
treasure of the heart bringeth forth
good things; and the evil man out
of the evil treasure bringeth forth
In this materialistic day and age
when men hurry to and fro not
knowing why they rush except that
every second is passing hurridly
and they have but a limited number
in which to build up an earthly
treasure based upon security or
upon power or upon prestige, we
must change our way of thinking
or our present way will end in a
persecution the likes of which we
have never known before. It Is
not the will of God that will bring
the persecution, but if we fore
the God of all things good from us
then we cannot know the good
things of life any more.
Peace and happiness can come to
us if we seek first the kingdom of
heaven and lay up great store of
purity, the loveliness, the goodness,
and all of the God given virtues.
If we have a heart that has evil
thoughts within it then we are not
honest with our God nor are we
honest with ourselves. We as tons
of God owe ourselves the right to
the happiness that comes from
Him. but we cannot have this
happiness if we fail to follow and
be obedient to His will.
There are many things we need
to do to be a follower of Christ,
but first we must begin by taking
to our hearts His two great laws of
love the first which is toward God
and the second toward our fellow
man. One can begin to love God
by merely giving some time to
thoughts of all that God has cre-
ated and the goodness that He has
given us and then we can love our
fellowman by refusing to see him
as an agent of evil,, but our broth-
er like ourselves has a body that
is the temple of the Holy Spirit
and we must see him as such.
.When.. .we-hegjU)-1tff, reach into the
store house of our lives that has
the treasures of heaven within it
then we begin to know the mean-
ing of peace and truth and love.
Then we begin to know God.
Lovely Pot Plants
and Flowers for All
Occasions . . .
Claude Agent: Mclntire Variety
CALL 10 CLAUDE
For The Newest and Best
SHOP AT THE
IN AMARILLO, TEXAS
We Aw Friend*—You Know
WE FEATURE MATKRMTY
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FOE THE FIRST TIME In their history. the peoplAl Soother* Korea
*oied in IMS lor a goyer—ert •( their owi. eh^teg.
tor the votiac. ihowm itan, was prepared aai Ike electlea ««K -
M by th* lln!U4 ""
Swiery like litis ia enough In
make the Uy- l-home jaM « bit
ravioli* of winter resort arati«n
cn. Tliii blonde vacationer wear
■ cotton miisc and renort enwnibl.
designed by Stephanie KoWI n'
California. Tlie N.it-onnl Collnr
I ouaicil reports that rtllon is t'l
favarita fabric for this season'.
Training for Eternity...
Man needs training and teaching to live
his "three score and ten" . . . but what
about his training for eternity? Bring
the family to hear the Word.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 AM
PREACHING SERVICES 11:00 AM
TRAINING UNION 7:00 PM
PREACHING SERVICE 8:00 PM
Prayer Meeting at 7:00 O'clock
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THE METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM
METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 6:45 PM
EVENING WORSHIP 7:30 PM
SAT. 2nd, 4:00 PM
Welcome to all Services
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Luxury or Necessity...
We believe your car is a neces-
sity . . . that is why we do the
best we can to give your car good
service when you stop at the . . .
GULF SERVICE STATION
WORK'S DONE FASTER
J N the farm and on the ranch work is done
faster when electric service is effectively used.
Today more farms and ranches have electric-
ity than ever before, and those who already have
dependable electric service are finding more uses
for it than ever before.
These progressive men are finding that electric
lighting in the work areas, electric refrigeration,
electric power tools for repairs and maintenance,
electric milkers, brooders, incubators, choppers,
and loaders all mean that more work can be done
in a shorter period of time .. at less cost.
When the time saved is compared with the low
operating cost of modern electrical farm and
ranch aids, the answer is obvious. That's why ao
many are using so much electric service. Check
with your nearest county agent, REA or Public
Service representative to see where electricity
can help you. .
t« TEAKS or GOOD OTHDtllD MS PU1UC 81*VIC*
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, January 21, 1949, newspaper, January 21, 1949; Claude, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth354050/m1/3/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.