The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1946 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 5, 1946
Page 15
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THURSDAY. DKCIOMBKK 5, 19-10 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURO.R NEWS PAGE HIM! Colleges Exhibit Fine Livestock \ Three Agri Schools Win High Awards at • Exposition in Chicago ' CHICAGO, D?c. 5.—iUP)—Three aKricuHurnlly-iniiHlcd colleges stood head mid shoulders over the nn- IUrn's cuttle mid swine misers to- 'Jay as they displayed two grand * championship ribbon.s and one reserve t;r:md chnmpion.ship trophy won by their entries in the IiUer- iialional Livestock Exposition. Oklahoma A. & M- College of Slilluiiicr, okla.. took the prize plum yeslerday when its 1,370 pound ScoU'h Shorthorn steer, Royal Jupiter, ambled away with Hie supreme nward of Ihc weeklong show—tlie Brand championship for steel's. ' The reserve championship in the steer division wont to Wyoming Challenger Standard, tiuolhci Shorthorn, owned by the University or Wyoming at Laramie. The Wyoming entry lipped tile scales at 1,070 pounds, •' IJoth Royal Jupiler and Wyo'.uliii: Chiillcnger Standard will draw the niajoi 1 .share of attention today when the pri/.c '.vinning .steers of the exposition arc auctioned lor Alemon Takes Oath of Office general s:tl • The third to claim n grand champion yesterday was Purdue University of LaPayctto, Im)., which saw ii.s 223 pound _ Hampshire judged premier barrow \ of the show'.s Swine Department, Oklahomn A. <t \r. College, also won Ihe intercollegiate meat Judy- Ing contest. Iowa State College and North Carolina State college tied for second place. . The Oklahoma .students scored '2/110 out of 2,700 possible points, anil the other two schools had 'i,.'40-1 apiece*. Voullis will Safety Awards Twelve farm youths who started nirii] safety campaigns resulting in .Ijlp-favttij; prngr»in.s ranging from installation of handrails on cellar stairs to construction of a new bridge today received $200 college jcholarships as rewards for then efforts. The prizes were presented to the boys incl yirls at the 25th anniversary National 4-H Club cont;res.< held in connection \vltli the International Livestock Exposition. The winners included Haze Gentry. 17. Greensboro. Ga.; Nor man Manz. 19, junction City Kails.; J. Malcolm Heaps, 21 Street. Md.; Paul T. Beard, 15 Suncook. N. H.; Joyce Autcn, 14 Charlotte, N. C, anci Clarcnc Dyer. 20. Mnhsin'k, Teun. Miss Tienken put a ' gutter til at the back of her home to kee! water from naming on the bacV: steps and freezing, she tore down an nnsqfe chimiley and antfiorcvL or discarded throw rues which might, have caused accidental fails Gentry convinced county officials that a bridge near her home was unsafe, and it was replaced. Her safety campaign eventually caused ofjicials to provide fire fighting equipment for the dense woods near her parents' farm. , . . Little Rock Slayer Gets. \ Sentence ot Five Years UTTU5 ROCK. Ark., LKC. 5. (UP)— Wlllhims, 15-yenv-old Nejjro. today beitun u five-year sentence in Ilio Nesro Hoys Industrial School following his plou of guilts' to second denree murder charges in the killing Insl June 8 of La*- rence Hcmli'll, Mitlc Hock Ice house wiiichmun. He had previously testified us u stale witness In the trlnl of Jim Uiiinos, unollu'r Noj;ro, wlio was sentenced to life imprisonment in connection with the killing. Williams admitted that lie aided in the slaying- been needed . Drink can make a fool of u normally good and wTll-lnlentloned man quite us effectually us It ct»n of a wenkllng or wastrel. But P«ul had an audlldole tor the (emptfttioi to Hie intoxication of Iniuor; one filled with the Spirit could no yield to sueli temptation. The mini who had "put on the Lord Jesus" had a .sXnRtli Ilia eould not be easily corruplcd. Hence Paul Kplstles are coiistructlvc, a well as reproving, in iheir admonitions, lie made Ihc Christian lit allurini; 111 its height, Us Joy, nilrt its glory. To Develop South Former Clov. ,1,'Melville Uroiinh- lon, of North Carolina, heads the, Nutiomd Pliuuilni! Association's new "CominHtcc of the South" to work out pro^rnms for speeding up development of Ihc sonlh's vast hulustrial mxl uurleiiUural ))iitcnlliili(los. Committee Is com- Jiusecl of 50 I'julherncrs prominent in various llclds. Miguel Aleman, the new President of Mexico, reads the oath of olfii.r as he is inaugurated as the first civilian president since 1911, TO the left of Aleman is the retiring president, Avila Camacho. <NE\ Telephoto.) • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Paul Admonishes the Churches Serlpturc: I Corinthians 11:20-27; Koinanx l:i:i:!-l|; Kphasians :.:I BV WILLIAJI f. GILKOY, I). I). | The notion tliat tlie early Chris- I Man church was composed of pure] and 'perfect Christians is one tliat is soon dispelled whert one reacis in Hie New Testament the epistles that were written to the churches not only by Paul, but also by peter, Janies, and John. When one considers how unpopular and how subject to persecution was the new faith, it seems strange that any except the most sincere and unsullied should have joined the Christian group. But Paul's admonition against feeding those who would not work seems to indicate that there were in the j early Christian community the sort ; of '"converts" who in our time have been called "rice ClirisLlans"—Idlers j who sought to be parasites upon I the abler and more prosperous ! members. I Paul was determined to chc~K I any of the basis Christian ! principle of mutual love and mutual aid. Side by side with the tenet that Christins should bear one another's burdens, "and so fulfill the law of Christ," he laid down the princl^ that "every man shall bear his own burden." Th! converts to the Christian church were largely Gentiles, many of them former idolators, in Ck*:es NCR-MAN, O'lla.. Dre. 5. (UP)— full of licentiousness. University of Oklahoma, co-cham- N 0 doubt many of those who pion ot the Biy Six Conference.) were drawn io the Christian way have accepted an invitation to mect| were inherently good souls, averse •North Carolina Slate in the 'Gator j io their licentious and' evil sur- BJwl at Jacksonville, Fin, on Jan. | rounding; bill others were converts 1 ; from evil ways of living. When Sooners Accept Invitation To Play North Carolina Paul describes the evil life of thosi corrupt cities, he says, in writint to the Christians, "and su:h wcr some ol you." But the fact thai [Tiey had rjcci washed of thei,- sins did not pre vent lapses into the evils of tempting environment; and son) app-iprenlly did not accept, or real izj, the true nature of the Chris tiiin way. Always there have Dee those ready to corrupt the puril of Christian faith and practice wit their own philosophies of ease an indulgence. Intoxicating liquor, too, was ev flcntly a source of temptation tin disgrace to the first Christians as it. has been at all times. Paul warns against drunkenness, and we may be Mire that he wouhr not have gn'en the wai-nina it it,had not WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FRUIT CAKE Lemon Peel Orange Peel Citrus Cherries White Raisins . Currants Nuts HENRY'S GROCERY and MARKET 309 N. 6th St. Phone 2003 VOW FS BAKERY THANKSGIVING ON SALE WEDNESDAY ONLY Old Fashioned FRESH LEMON LAYER CAKE A Fine Textured 7-inch Two-Loyer Cake Covered with Rich Creamy Icing for Your Sunday Dessert. 59c A Really Delicious Treat That Can * Be Served" Plain or With Ice Cream Supply is Limited! Order Yours Early! Phone 2073 '$ BAKERY Makers of the POPULAR HART'S BREAD JE Hi SPARKLING clear tostc-frcc ice docs more than chill food . . . it refrigerates it scientifically, protecting taste and nutrition within, as we!! as the health of your family. 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