The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1934 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 6, 1934
Page 10
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New Headquarters for New Deal BTiTTHBVTT.I.r5 (ARKj COURFRR KFAVS OiUs return to Washington from Warm S,,,ln a! , OB, President Roowvoll will om w (l ,h office in ihe «•«!> remodeled and entarned cxenillvc offices build!.* b*IHe llie While Ho liresidenh. «,csl d.con,ws the -window Han a i,, gs , with ,he XnKrtam W on * "J 1 ' dentil) flag o,, U,c other. Note Die «],,p model at ri,,,H, a symbol of ihe n-e^ent^L;^ -WEEKLY SUND'AY SCHOOL LESSON?= The Christian as Teacher Th*i International Uniform Sun«Iay School Lesson for Dec; !i •** WM K GILROY, I), i). fi&iiy ""»•' nf Advance D1K! - lotatal hi (ho foimd- ana,!,, Us pro- lio (me witness .- Is ' a tji nnd the line lenclicv h ft , .. •/'" tw ° PVMee.i-onc n-o'm f ^Ocspels ' mid Wip from the the Acts—\\C'have insl.i- .,*si - '~>~ •* should lie .said : Hint "*6 !ia\c Insistence on the power of learning ! Jesus in Ihe pipage : from Mnl- thews Oaspe) is •ipcnklng of (he difference thnt there': is among hewers Even n grcnl ' teacher cannot do much foi those unwilling to Ictnii. Tlic mnn in contact with n grent Teacher, *ho Is cagci to know and to put In pmclicc Ihe things Hint the master has to leach, ts like a »lw mnn who builds his house upon a lock—thnt i« upon n sure foundation: • Widens i mnn viho hciire Ihe te.ioher, but who pays little heed, and who hns no purpose; to put, the teaching!; Into prncllcc,' Is like a *--"•'• mnn who builds ;. ; .his.hoiisc "pon (he sands,.where tlio winds ami floods innke havoc,: of it. Is not tills Hie pliiln expression nf what we MO URUIn au,i nisain manifested In Jlfe? One lioy. noes to collfijc. iKMlbly the finest, imlvi;>'sll.jr in thn country.. He. IUIK i-vi?ry oiitioitutilly of leniiiliij; and lni)>|-ovlii|; Ills mind nnd ntllng hlmsoll for Hie l)iil he either makes :i failure of tlie thlnjr or he "nets, by," deriving litllo reiil hcnnlit, even If he does .sneered in imslnc his ox- nmlnntionii. '. Ano|lii:r sliiilcni, iitwpis his on- iioilunity 'witli cngcnim. Educn- llon for him' Is not n mailer merely of fuinilinc tcilniii requirements, but lib comes to Irave his mlml nilcd and lib soul slirrcd so Hint he mny (•» out inlo life well e<|iifpl»d, not having learned everything, but having foiiiul the way of learning nnd (he way of liiRhest improvement, nnd service Undoubtedly \ vc i mvc tlie.'ie two soi'ts even In.'the school or'Christ There arc those wliosc professed nllcBtancc, loi Him l s fornml nnd lifeless. His tonchings have novel- cmiclicct. mid gloi'inert (liclr lives. There tire others to whom He is ic supreme teacher; lo sit nt His feet and to lenrn or Him or to follow in His fqoisteiis in' ways.of iscivice is the.highest quest 1 of'life. I'ommiUely, we may "speak of lhe».. things not. as mailers of .theory; but as nmtters of practice, Tli^rc «re men who »;o Ipariied of Christ, thnt their lives tjornme iin liihiiirnllon to olhci-t. . It liiippoiis lierc In our le.«on that there i;; reference to one of these who vim niuucd Apollos. We do nof know a ijtral deal about him. We do know tlmt'he was a man or eloquence will) wliom 1'nnl ns sometimes unftvoi-nlily com- i-cij, liccausc ?nul was, nppar- enlly. not so eloquent and ntlrnc- IIVB In .his liorsoiwliiy... The power of this mnn Apollos wns Hint he wns u'cll of(»lp|)cci and prepared, lie was "miehiy in the 'Scriptures."| How can a man teach unless lie has learned well? Possibly we nrc inclined today to see Paul and Apollos as rivals. In reality in the early church (hey were men labor- Ins for the common goal of bringing men nnd women to the way of. Chrisl, and Ihe power or each wns . Ihe power of «>hnt he h«d learned und whnt he was enabled lo : teach others by precept and by example. • ^ The .teacher will find it helpful in connection wjlh this lesson lo look up all Hie, New Tesinment passages-In whlcli Apollos • is- meu- .tlaiictl. ..,•••.;," • •••.•. Toledo "Last Grim, But Laughs' Come TOLEDO, O lHP)-Por nil-liiclr laiujhtci, thcio n-\s T grlmness.lii tue fate of 'eich of 'thb dozen members of the Last Man club'tis they sal In then fiist official nieei- liB In the Chamber ot Commerce Wir ulcniiis ,,|| the members nil) contlmiir their- oraanlialion along lines of •.imihr groiiixs oi'-er Oie | covjilry A bottle of liquor will pt placed in the center, of ihe table at each meeting As death imp- ties U< chairs tlie> will be tilled '""""* *•"*•- last mnn may itrluk " the ootlle. 'ilicrc ' In She club altn- « ircr w, JSfV Z * glon WO" "'C-. honors a -, *¥ firsh meeting He .-arrived lai » ' hsl man in the Milo J Wnrner, nn- of at ,. chose the isih ctin'iV'.' 1 " The memljcrs drink a loast and chaltcd'ocfore llieir lurkcy luncheon Mis^served At limes, when-it appeired all were hugliinj. at least oil? lice could scnerallj- ijc found solemn it s c>rs r j r chin g the faces of the olhcrs luiicheon" Is considered as' the hit-' csi.fiastrononiic Innovjitfoti lierc II is .invented^ by., a. rrcnchmmi and complies ; with .the -slnntlnrds of French taste and gastronomy n ronslsls lHcml|y or six courses! -hors declines; -fish, 'meal,' vecclnble clicete and rruil. it 'j s most popu- Jnr In tanks,, brokerage houses and cei'lniiyprcnch ministries. rcklncsp In ,lr\vr,lry •HOUS7SRJ. Tux." (UP)—Altnch- mcnt or- (wo couples ror n liltle white and tan Pekinese dog led lo Uicir ni rests on chavses of a J3 000 Jewel ihcfi. 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