The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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Bargmann at one time used at
typing are busy threading nee-
On* Dollar A Year
could have qualified, but it was
impossible for them to attend the
meeting. Among other qualifica-
tions neeessarv to join the future
farmer ranks one must have an
investment of at least $25 00 in
one of his projects.
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worthwhile. We are deeply grate-
ful to Mr. Councill for the space
he has given us and for the work
his office has done toward fur-
thering the interest of the school.
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April 9, 19*8, at the post office .at De-
troit, Tezae, under act of Mar. S, 1897
Lesson for May 24
It it not to
Senator Morris Sheppard has
announced he will run again. Mr.
Sheppard is now serving his 24th
year as U. 8 Senator, being the
second oldest in the point of ser-
vice in that body.
LESSON TEXT —
eoaeees ye your souls.-
JUNIOR TOPIC—What Makes a Gift
Has It Been a Benefit?
We have spent about nine
Morris, Syble McCormack, Beanie Bee
Clack. TkeroaIPkillips. Haul Burdette
months of our
TOPIC—Making the Most of Today.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
TOPIC—Living for Spiritual Ends.
While this lesson Is indicated ns the
quarterly Temperance lesson, and the
various subjects' suggested vary In
their objective, s more logical s theme
would seem to be “Jesus Teaches In
the Temple." No Individual, city, or
nation can truly build for the future
that disregards what the Bible says
about the future.
I. Jesus Warns Against the Scribes
He had Just dealt with the disbelief
of the Sadducees. The scribes claimed
faith, for they were the teachers of the
law. They w re punctiliously exact-
ing as to Its literal observance. They
had little understanding of the need of
flexibility In applying its principles to
They discovered that
Has it been
This is the last edition of the worth the money expended? If
Eagle’s Eye View until next year.
We hope the student body elects
a staff that will make our school
paper a better and more complete
The State Democratic Conven-
tion will meet at Saa Antonio
next Tuesday for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the Nation-
al Convention. Texas will be for
Roosevelt and Garner.
Dr. R. J. Garner, Phd., direc-
tor of the placement bureau of
the Texas College for Women
(CIA}. Deaton, will be the
speaker at the commencement
exercises to be held Thursday,
May 21. at the high school audi-
A very interesting program has
been arranged to make the acca-
sion an enjoyable one to all.
one makes good grades he still visitor going through Detroit
might not be helped; on the oth- heard how well she acted in an
er hand he may make poor grades old-fashioned part,
and be benefitted. Grades are ^iss gtinson is a noted opera
are not nearly all there is in 8jnRer but it is whispered that re-
schoo! If you have learned to cently while going over the eoun-
enjoy life more or to live cleaner, try with a Phow sfce had to phone
Ithen your time and the state’s home for money to return on
[money has net been wasted. Miss Cummins* ,s st.M build,
i ing freight trains and postoffices$
are subject t
Texas public schools will receive
$18.50 per capita next term, an
increase of $1.00, and the largest
in the history of the state. The
state school tax rate will be low-
ered; the gasoline tax having
provided the funds.
A. G. si
H C. U
Last Sunday evening the sen-
iors were the honor guests at the
revival meeting, ^ev P.F. Hern-
don was the speaker on this oc-
casion. Among other profitable
Jesus was teaching things contrary to
their Interpretations. Jesus taught
that the law was made for man, and
not man for the law. The scribes vreiv
publicity seekers, making parade of
their wisdom. Sunday school teachers
should earnestly pray that they may
serve as true messengers of Christ, not
as scribes, with only a head-knowl-
edge of biblical matters.
II. Jesus Makes Estimate of Gifts
(Luke 121 :l-4).
1. Amount counts for little (v. 1).
While the rich cast their gifts Into the
treasury, and observers may have
noted that the clash and clatter of
tbeir coin Indicated large giving. It Is
not likely that these gifts meant per-
sonal sacrifice or self-denial.
2. Inner conditions determine the
value of a gift (,vv. 2, 3). In the sight
of man the poor widow's deed was not
worthy of notice. In the sight of God
It merited the Immortality of the Bible
record. The two-mlte gift of the widow-
revealed her love for God, else how
could she spare her all? It revealed
her faith In God for tomorrow, for how
else would she be fed? Tt revealed
her humility, fpr she did not with
hold her gift because ^_wa^_so .little.
teeth? Dr. West’s cleans
Mr. Robinson has retired after
writing his famous book, “The
OtherjSide. Occasionally he lec-
tures to the young people of
was the fact that educatianj picnic grounds and journeyed into Mr.JBrock quit having an ac-
could be either detrimental or ex-j Paris, where they enjryed a tive interest in schools several j
tremely useful to ourselves and [movie. The Seniors arrived in1 years ago and L now head of the j
our fellowmen. JAM were inspired Detroit in time for those who 1 largest soft drink company in this 1
by the thoughts 'brought out in wished to attend church. ! section of the nation.
the sermon. . ----------------- j Mr. Richardson has done sol
— INITIATE RRFFMHANfl^ I many things since he quit teach-
IWMR1Y PRnRRAM m " " onti-. that j can hardly find, hutl\
_ Mr. Richardson carried two of think he has at last settled down!
Jack R. Hawkins produced a
40-page edition of The Groesbeck
Journal last week, celebrating
the Cyntha Ann Parker Pageant
held at Ft. State Parker. This
edition contained some excellent
•Why let an old fashioned, slow-
cleansing tooth paste rob you of
6parkling-white teeth? Dr. WtST’S
will clean your teeth (U>ubU-qvuk
—over twice as fast as some lead-
ing brands. Carinot scratch enamel.
Try it today.
For Tax Ass<
Detroit should set a general
clean-up day and observe it and
we need to plan and carry on an
aggressive mosquito campaign.
For the past few years the gov-
ernment has provided RFC labor
for the mosquito work and many
of our citizens was under the im-
pression they financed the entire
project. A' general community
meeting called and presided over
by the mayor would be one of
the best mediums to get the peo-
ple to all work together.
L or Con*.
Verse 4 Is indeed11 revealing as to
Christ’s Interpretation of the deeper
meaning of gifts, for that and the
III. Jesus Prophesies Hit Return
(vv. 5 33).
1. The temple to be destroyed (vv.
5, 6). The temple was the pride and
boast of the proud Jew. Such boasting
called forth the Lord's declaration that
“there shall rot be left one stone upon
another,” a fact that had its fulfill-
ment A. D. 70, when Titus destroyed
2. The disciples’ Inquiry (v. 7).
There car. be no surprise that the dis-
ciples should ask for more Information
about future events. A corresponding
verse In Matthew (24:3) should be
3. An order of events was pre-
sented to them (vv. 8-24). Perhaps
one would not so much say an order,
as that he pointed out details on the
great canvas of the future.
a. False Christs would appear (v.
8), some claiming to be the Messiah
In his first appearing, and some In
his reappearing. These make their ap-
peal to such as are not rooted and
grounded in the faith. "Go ye not
b. Inevitable wars and commotions
(vv. 9, 10) will embroil tbe nations.
“Commotions'’ signifies tumults, in the
absence of war, wrangling within na-
tional life, or between nations. The
restful follower of Christ Is to “be not
e. Violent persecutions were fore-
told (vv. 12-19). The believer of today
should absorb the meaning and teach-
ing of this marvelous passage of Scrip-
ture. “Settle It in y<fti? hearts” that
Christ will be to bis own even as to
tbe tempest-tossed disciples on Galilee,
when he said “Peace, be still.” And In
this connection he spoke the words of
the golden text, “In your patience pos
sees ye your souls.”
IV. Appropriate Warnings (w. 34
Tbe grosser sins may not ensnare
tbe believer, but how subtle are the
cares of this life. But upon the
drunken, the obscene, the frivolous,
and upon the follower of Christ alike
shall trials and perplexities come.
Watch ye therefore, always; pray, al-
ways. Only so shall the child of God
be ready (“worthy'’) to escape, and to
stand before the Son of God. Benedic-
tion is pronounced upon “those who
love bis appearing."
Plenty of Vacation fun in
Your Own State During
Your family ran enjoy the
luxury and convenience of
IP May Ml
MAT IMS—GAOESBECK-MEXIA — Celebration
ot Past Parker.
MKT 1B-M—HILLSBORO—Pageants oi Progress.
MKT *1—NEW ULM—German Founders Cen-
MKT 18—PIAINVIEW—Pioneers’ Round-Up.
MKT IV—COMMERCE—Centennial Pageant.
MKT «#—NACOGDOCHES — Centennial Home
any high-cost excuse
I for not giving yourself and family the
luxury of automatic hot water. For today,
with gas as the fuel and the efficiency of
modern heaters, you con virtually "write
your own ticket."
If you're thinking of the initial cost,
maybe you’ll be surprised to learn that you
can install a modern gas automatic on
monthly terms that fit your purse.
If your main concern is operating cost,
do you know that as little as one cent will
provide 20 gallons of hot water—enough
hot water for two baths?
automatics that operate so economically!
AW CIUlWtiB worship te a witness *4
the resurrection ©f him who llveth for
ever and ever. Because he lives, "flow
abtdeth faith, h©pe. charity.”
iltural and RIs-
TW GtmImI Gift
Tea propose to give up everything
for God. Be rare, then, to Include
yourself among the things to he given
Natural Gas Ca
Valent forms Itself la solitude; char-
MM to the press of life.—Goctlie.
VISIT THESE IHTE RE5TIM0
MWhT MV—GALVESTON —
Miss Adams recently went to a
world health conference. She said
that they were not new to her,
since she had reproduced them
many times in her biology classes.
Miss Alexander is that woman
director that all Hollywood is
talking about. 7
Miss Hamilton believes in hand^
ling the children easy now. They
are all her own.
Miss Stolz has at last succeed-
ed in realizing the only ambition
of her life. Yes, you guessed it,
Here’s what’s next.
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The Detroit News-Herald (Detroit, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1936, newspaper, May 21, 1936; Detroit, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth901854/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.