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The Jasper news. (Jasper, Mo.) 1898-1924, March 30, 1922, Image 9

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Will WHITE POSTS HISTORY
RUpirt riufhea Author Will
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Tlic history of one American Legion
host will bo written by no lew a llghtf
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tile pen mem
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York have made
the author their
historian The
membership of
the post Is made
up entirely of
members of the
J umbs club writers and actors for
the most part
Jjobb In time and short In Impor
tance Is the way Mr Hughes de
scribes his military career Air a mat
ter of fact he was a fairly Important
soldier lie started as n private In
the Seventh regiment In 1807 Ten
years Inter he was offered a lieuten
ant colonelcy which he did not ac
cept He served on the Mexican boN
tier as n captain mid only deafness
kept him from service abroad during
the World war During the raising
of troops in New York he served as
adjutant general where his deafness
was an nsset rather than a liability
with tho pacifists tooting their tin
whistles and then he became a cap
tain In the Intelligence service being
just as Intelligent when deaf as when
sharp of hearing
I Joined the Legion Mr Hughes
wrote because I believe In Its prin
ciples and I believe It to be one of the
most Important organizations in the
country Mr Hughes has recently
come Into public notice for his stand
against censorship
HIGH OK LEGION HON0RR0LL
ftlnnesota Newspaper Man Wrete 3
238 Personal Letters to Home
Workers During World War
One of the worlds most enthusias
tic letter1 writers Is M W Grimes
tor of the Le
RSneur Minn
PNews For his re
markable service
fas
J e d correspond
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high on he hon-
for roll of the
Minnesota d e-
bpartnlent of the
r raerlcan Legion
If Le Sueur and
vicinity sent 280
limn nd seven women to the colors
FKdltor Grimes sat dovH and wrote
them 323a Dersonal letters while tlioy
were away from homej an average o
one letter a month for eacn ngnter or
purse In addition he mailed a copy
of -the hometown paper to each of
them every week The letters were
not the
variety they contained the bits
of home gossip and local color for
which tho doughboys were willing t
give their lost cigarette
When the veterans returned Editor
Grimes assisted in the formation of a
post of the American Legion and de
voted an entire edition of the News
to renroduclnc the pictures of every
Le Gueur boy that had lost his life
la the war
AN EYE ON NEXTC6NGRESS
Official Washington Is Speculating on
Haw Many Ex 8rvlce Men Will
Be Returned
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Official Washington Is wondering
how many ex service men are to he
returned to congress at the election
next fall Speculation Is rife with the
bone controversy at full Ult
Vetenuaa of the World war already
have formidable strength le the howe
I SI seats betag occupied by former
iservlcer men accordine to a canvass uy
the American Legion The senate has
itwo veterans -Senator Newberry fit
ailchlgap aad Senator HVlns of West
Valium JLUXHl wutJ mra n ii-
reseated by- ex servtee owq In con
greaa New York leading with four
Massachusetts and Tennessee being
secoad with three each
Rar alkbted persona liave haxarded
the opinion thai when the -votes are
counted In Novwtber It will be feuBd
hhtt the qsmber of ex soldlera n the
koese Has been njetenaiiy increased
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ASA RELIES OM OOD
UKSUN TKXt II hVonldee 111 11
QOLDEN TKXT Hlp us O liird our
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JUNIOR TOPIO od ilelplna Aea
lIJTnMEDIATE AND SBNIOH TOf lC
A Ruler Who Rttled en God
TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TbPIC
The Sourcs of Personal and National
Powr
I Asas Reformation vv 1 5
Asa was the grandson of Behoboom
Both Ills grandfather arid father
favored Idolatry bnt in spite of this
record of his ancestors Asa had a
will of his own anu though young
wheii he came to tho throne lnagurat
ed a caraDSIgh of reform which
brought great good He not only had
the handicap of the Idolatry and Im
mortality fostered by tho two former
kings but he had to contend against
the influence of bis motner who nau
encouraged Immoral worship I Rings
1018 In order to carry out his re
formatory measures he had to wrest
authority from her by deposing her
Asa did tbnt which was good and right
In the eyes pf the Lord v 2
1 Cleared the land of Idolatrous
emblems and Images vv 3 0 1
Strange altars These were the altars
devoted to other gods 2 High
places These were places where un
lawful sacrifices were offered 8
Broke down the Images These were
upright stones connected with Idola
trous wprshlp 4 Cut down the
groves These were trees or poles
connected with tree worship He had
all these relics of Idolatry destroyed
In Jerusalem and other cities through
out his kingdom
2 Commanded Judah to seek the
Lord r 4 He knew that it the ref
ormation was to be effective It must
be by the positive seeking after and
worshiping of God accompanied by
obedience to His commandments De
structive work avails little unless fol
lowed by constructive
II Asas Defensive Preparations
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1 Built fortified cities v 0 The
cities are not named but the meaning
doubtless lsthat it was a general sys
tem of defense which Involved the
cities at strategic points
2 He erected walls about the
cities v 7 These were usually of
stone Upon the walls were observa
tion towers from which the position
and movements of the enemy could be
sees and from which defensive war
fare could be waged
3 Made gates and barred them
O 7 The reason be assigns for
these defensive preparations was that
they1 had sought the Lord God Those
who really trust God will mako every
effort to provide defense
4 Had an army of spearmen v 8
These spearmen were also protected
with large shields The army was
made up of 480000 brave men They
were prepared to wage an offensive
as well as a defensive war -
III Aeaa Victory Over Zerah the
Ethiopian vr 9 J2
J Asa set the battle In array r
10 He went out to meet the enemy
tie first made a disposition of his
means of defense This was wisdom
on his part Intelligent faith moves
the possessor to do first that which
Is within his power
2 Asas prayer vr 11 12 He
cried unto the Lord He sought the
source of national power In this
prayer note 1 his conscious helpless
ness As he faced the Egyptian army
two to one against him he was clearly-
conscious of his lmpotcncy The jBrst
requisite In obtaining help from God
Is conscious weakness The Christian
conquers not by self reliance bnt by
self distrust end faith in God 2X Ap
peals to God for help He knew that
though they were helpless before the
mighty enemy with Gods help they
could win the victory One bibb with
God is a majority 3 Reposes faith
In God Tho word rest mean to
lean upon to cast the entire weight
upon In the measure that we realise
our need of support win we lean
bard upon God 4 Advanced ct
rageonely He went forth depending
wpoa God to fight for him Real fRh
does not wait until it sees Us way
clear but goes forth expecting Godto
dear the way 6 Hung fclmeelf
Bpeo Geds arms O Lord thoy krt
oer God Hla cause was Gods cwis
If God ha taken ua for His pedpJe
and if we have taken HUn for oar God
no enemy can prevail against usl May
experimentally say Thtj jfri wy
GdH and hear Hlm say I am thy
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8 The Egyptians smitten i2
The enemy fled before Ureal and ceuld
net recover themselves
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It Is natures great helper in relieving
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A sworn statement of purity ia with
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