Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1947 Page: 4 of 6
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AND GENERAL REPAIRS
f Aa a Man Thinketh In
His Heart, So Is He
By Boy M. Rutherford
First Christian Church
Noticed in the papers that "Pap
py" O'Daijiel is going to tour Tex-
as this summer and tell us all
about the "Skullduggery" going on
in Washington. Somehow it made
me think of the old song "Who
will take care of the Caretakers
Daughter, while the Caretaker is
busy taking care". I just never
could go along with a fellow that
thought everyone else in the world
was wrong but him.
* ♦ ♦
Probably no one in the Texas
Senate promoted and "Put Over'
more New Bills than our own
Grady Hazelwood. He is a hard
worker, and a fighter for the
things he thinks are right. And he
seems to be highly respected by
his fellow Senators, and that is
• * *
The following is another Quote
from The Boy's Own Life Story,
about why he couldn't go straight,
written in a nearby jail; "As I
left the Hospital I was thinking
if only X was sixteen years old so I
could go to work for the N.Y.A.
I didn't have a thing to do so I
just walked around for awhile, of
course I stayed on a side street.
It was about 3:30 in the afternoon
and school was just letting out,
and the children were running
and playing and laughing. It made
tears come in my eyes to think
that if I had a mother and father
like they had, I could be running
and playing too. I was lonesome.
■ I have missed some thing that I
can never go back and get, and
j that is a Mother, Father and a
I Home. With tears in my eyes I
got mad, I wanted things other
kids had, and I said in my heart
that I would show them. I can
j laugh and have fun too, so I start-
ed stealing any and everything
j that I could sell or have fun with.
1 It was in my heart to be like other
kids. Did you ever go to school,
and be the only one that did not
have anything to eat, other kids
look at j ou as if you were worse
than a dog, or come to school
I with ra>js for clothes, and with no
bottoms in your shoes? It is hard
] to take. One night I picked up a
; Bike, and just as I started to ride
off a Cop grabbed me, and I ivas
I put in Jail, and then sent back to
Gatesville, and to know that I was
] going back to that was worse than
i any night mare,' end of quote
We can build Churches for the
Good boys, and Jails for the bad
ones, but until we give the home-
less boys, something as nearly like
j a home to ( row up in, as pos-
>:ible, we can not hope for them to
be anything else but criminals.
Send in your letters. Let me.
j know the kind of things you had j
! rather read about. I will also in-
| dude some of the letters in this
j column (with or without your
name), and you still can win a
j prize. Don't wait any longer.
(By CHARLES O. REED)
PLANT IMPROVED VARITIES
j OF WHEAT
The Department of Agriculture
j iigures estimate that the 1947
wheat crop Is the largest acreage
and the largest yield in the his-
tory of the nation. Wheat produc-
ers should be concerned with the
future markets and lower prices
due to this large acreage and pos-
| sibility of a future wheat sur-
Wheat that has excellent milling
and baking qualities will receive
a higher price than wheat that is
used for feed. Extensive tests by
millers and bakers have definitely
1 proved that the milling and bak-
ing qualities is tied-up in the
In recent years, there has been
several new varities of wheat
that have been thoroughly tested
in this area. They have good yield,
baking qualities, milling qualities,
and test weight. These varities are
Wester, a 5 year average, 22 bush-
els, test weight 58.7; Comanche
21.8 bushels, test weight 57.8; and
Tenmarq 196 bushels, test 57.4.
Millers and bakers object to poor
baking and milling qualities of
Red Chief, Chieftan and Stand-
Ask the men who are raising
the new varities Wester, Comanche,
and Tenmarq, and I believe that
you will plant part of your wheat
land to these new varities.
"But when ye pray, use not vain
repetitions, as the heathen do; for
they think that they shall be1
heard for their much speaking. Be
not ye therefore like unto them:
for your Father knoweth what
things ye have need of, before ye
It Is a common fault to continu-
ally be praying and asking the
Father for forgiveness, for truth,
for help and for all types of things
and conditions that we know only
the Father can give. This is as it
should be. However, we often fail
to allow the works of the Father
to enter our lives or else we fail
to recognize His works when they
appear. Thus we turn around and
repeat using vain repetitions spoken
of by Christ.
We must realize that many ac-
tions we credit to our own think-
ing and doing are actually the act
of the Creator. A person that is in
the midst of a cyclone might pray
for protection and then hurriedly
rush into the storm cellar and say
to himself, "Well God didn't save
me this time but that storm cellar
was sure a help." Could this man
answer how he happened to be
near the cellar?
Life is not just a matter of
chance, It is a matter of our con-
tact with the Devinc Being. We
would be so much better off if
only we would recognize the ac-
tions of the Father as being an-
swers to prayers yet unuttered and
rejoice in knowing we have His
protecting care with us at all
times. Yet we usually choose to
speak vainly just to be heard by
our fellowman, and to think well
I've prayed maybe that will help,
but I don't think God will help
The teachings of Christ strictly
call for man to pray secretly, that
is to carry on a contact within
the man's own mind, with the
Father. The solution to those
worldly fears will come because the
Father knows we need an answer.
N. S. Griggs
Cadillac WMBULANCE Service
Fillmore at 8tli Phone 4311
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Dr. Hugh Sticksel
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1. Seat Covers
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3. Phillips Stock Spray
4. Jacks & Lug Wrenches
5. Drinking Water Bags
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Of Sugar Beets
June 19—Sugar beet acreage in
Deaf Smith County will reach
the 1,600 acre mark this year.
County Agricultural Agent Hugh
L. Clearman reports that farmers
in the county are in the process of
planting about 1,600 acres to the
crop and practically all of them
have applied commercial fertilizer
to sugar bet't fields.
In many cases, says the county
agent, barn yard fertilizer was ap-
plied to cropland during the win-
ter, to put land in good shape for
sugar beet production.
The application going on much of
beet acrage is 100 pounds per
acre of 16-20-0 commercial fer-
" FAST SERVICE FOR GAS, OIL
AND GREASE TO YOUR FARM
VESTER L. SMITH, Jobber
HfiUteins Up In
•lege Station. June 19—
Corona Starlight, a seven
kid Holsteln cow, Is the first
I breed In Texas to produce
(h as 1,000 pounds of butter-
L year s time.
__Holsteln Friesian Aspoela-
duction is es M. College that
the cow, now on the Neale farm
near Waco, produced 17,403 pounds
of milk and 1,087.3 pounds of but-
terfat in 365 days, on three-timcs-
The new record makes Starlight
the highest buttcrfat producing
Holstein in Texas, and second
highest producer of nil breeds In
the state. Texas' butterfat cham-
pion is Welcome Volunteer Heble,
a five year old Jersv owned by J.
< ■ - ■ *
Chester Elliff, of Tulia. Last Jan-
uary, Sable completed a record of
1.144 pounds of butterfat to top
all breeds In the state.
I thought I was going to win
first prize In the Musical Mara-
thon. I played Stardust for four
And didn't you win?
No, my opponent played Stars
And Stripes Forever.
My misfortune and yours are am-
using to our friends—no kidding.
(From Spearman Reporter)
According to information from
county agent, Zack Jaggers the'mon, Oklahoma and Perryton, Tex
prevailing wage at the beginning J wheat growers, and largely the
of the present harvest will be $8.'scale set all over the Panll/ndle
per day and board for tractor of Texas and Oklahoma.
men and $10.00 per day and board J it is believed there will be a
for combine men. There seems to surplus of labor when the harvest
be little doubt in the mind of some season opens in this section. It is
local wheat growers if the differ- also believed that there will be
ence is large enough between trac- an ample supply of combines, and
tor drivers and combine men. 1 already there is a surplus of good
The price agreed on to pay for trucks recorded for this area,
combining has been set at $3.00 in case of any shortage of co-
per acre up to 15 bushels and 10c mbines, there is a quota of 100
l)er bushel for all production a- from Canada that can be routed
bove 15 bushels. This is the same into this area, which are not be-
scale of prices agreed on by Guy- ing called for at this time.
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Waggoner, William J. B. & Waggoner, Cecil O. Claude News (Claude, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1947, newspaper, June 20, 1947; Claude, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth354061/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Richard S. and Leah Morris Memorial Library.