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Bible Material: Job 42. DevetlonnJ Readlus: Pualm 34:14. i I 0 :7?,2: *:::rds;J most puzzling to all students of the book is its ending. Let us pick out ~u~ one of the difficulties and try to get some light on it. It is in what Go@ says about Job and his friends. The ~ri~nds are con- de ~aned, Job is prdiseck On the face of it, this does not seem to make sense. For God says to the friends, "You have not spoken of me what is Dr. Foreman right, as my serv- ant Job has." What makes that sound very odd is that through- out the drams the friends had nev- er once criticized God. but on the contrary defended him. Job on the other hand complains about God over and over again. Hd com- plains because he was born, in the first place. He feels he has been unfairly treated, and he wants God to explain himself. He complains that God will not come out and talk to him like a man. I-low can it be that Job "rpeaka of GOd what is right" whlle his friends do not? The Unanswered Quegdloun To solve this difficulty, $ome ~mdents of this book declare that what God means about "speaking right" does not refer to the whole debate between Job and his friends, but.only to Job's abject repentance (42: i-6). Job admits he was wrong'to pry into the se- crets of God, while his friends say not a word in the humility of wor- ship. This may be part of the solu- tion; but there may be another part of it which needs looking into. For one thing, the great ques- tion of the book remains unan- ~wered to the very last, Why do ~te righteous suffer? was the ques- ~Tbn. and in particular. Why does this gqod man Job suffer? ] I. ~':'hvisdom tha~ comes from God," consists in admitting that some questions, while not beyond God, are beyond us. Wisdom is not being able to answer all ques- tions. Wisdom is knowing the dif. terence between questions which can, and questions which can't, be answered so we can understand them. Sod Does Not Head Our Advloe Further, Job learns that wisdom does not consist in our getting so smart that we are equipped to offer God advice. Job had more than once, in debate with his friends, rather hinted that he could (if he were as mighty as God) ar- range and run this universe bet- ter, at some points, than God ar- ranges and runs it. But in Chap. 40 God says to him: "Shall a fault- finder contend with the Al- mighty?" and Job replies, "I am of small account . . . I lay my hand upon my mouth." And at the end he says "I despise myself, and repent . ." Nobody has or ever has had or ever will have enough wisdom to be on an Advisory Com- mittee for the Universe. God does not need idea-men, he has thought of all the good ideas there can be. When we pray, we are encouraged to make known our requests; but when a request becomes a com- mand, we put ourselves into the position of advising God--com- plete fools! Aeoepting 0od "My eye sees Thee," Job says. This is the wisdom that comes from contact with the Almighty, Not, "My mind understands Thee." Wisdom that comes from God does not consist in charts and diagrams of God's mind so that we can explain all he does and maybe even think ahead of him. Wisdom that is divine, wisdom that bears the stamp of God, be- gins when we accept God as God. This means that we accept the fact that he is God. He is not re- sponsible to us; he does not have to tell us why he does this or that, We are responsible to him, not he to us. Accepting God is not mere- ly acknowledging his will to be su- preme. It is failing in with his will, knowing that it is the will of supreme power and righteousness, It Job had been a Christian, he would have learned more than this. For a Christian accepts God as the "Father of our Lord Jesus Christ." And so he accepts God as Love. There is no higher wis- dom. (Based on outlines copyrighted by the Dlvloioa of Christian Education. Natlonnl Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. Released by Community Press Service,) Tests At Powhatan School Explained To Parents, Patrons A meeting was heldat Powhat an School Wednesday night, April 19 for the parents and patrons. Mr. Spencer, Headmaster, called this meeting for the purpose of ex plaining the various standardized tests that the students take dur- ing the course of a year. The meeting was very well attended and proved to be most helpful to those present. The Artmobile from the Virgin ia Museum of Fine Arts was at the Powhatan School Thursday and FrSd#.y, Students of the Pow- hatan S~0oI and of the Boyce Elementary School enjoyed its vis it. Also members of various Civic groups visited it. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY m En]oI the I ury M Quali , paint at $1a ,ial Sale Prices,.. / LATEX WALL PAINT EalLy to apply Unlimil:ed colors One coat.covers [~tes ~n minutes Rich fist,finish Easy clean-up laL LIMITED TIME ONLY BETTER COLORS BETTER COVERAGE BETTER WASHABILITY WONDERFUL! ULTRA SATIN ENAMEL .A rich satin finish in colors to mat@ SatinTone ~/brushing Quick drying FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY~ HOUSE PAINT Fsderesistant beautyfor every exterior surface Mildew and blister resistant Goesoneasy with Mush or mile Lasts years longer Odes [n minutes... bugs don't stick Clean tools fast,., with water. NOW pl. PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. il ........ I El '1 I THE WEATHER. A'ND OTHER .... - - BY Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mixed Weather Some outlook for spring, some mixed weather, the first part of the week regardless of the very cold winter and snow. the Blue Ridge is putting out the blossoms and the scent from the pinias is quite a fragrance. One week ago this past Monday morning quite cool and very strong high winds clouded skies about all day with a shower in late evening. Tuesday another cold and rather dreary day with no sunshine. Wednes- day morning the sun peepmg over the Blue Ridge gave us a real spring day, just grand to be out of doors. Thursday another beautiful day with some rain in the late evening. Friday some clouded skies about all day ra- ther cold air. Saturday another spring day every one seemed to find plenty of work out of doors Sunday a glorious day full of sun shine and warm. Route 9 busy back and forth heavy traffic all day, so long, its coffee brake time Perfect Attendance Perfect attendance at our school. The Blue Ridge in the fifth grade included Linda Cook, Linda Engle, Janet Wiley, Joan Ott, Patsy Eagle, Marlene Viands Steve Shultz and Linda Painter. ;eacher Mrs. Carter. Perfect at- tendance second grade is Robert Nick, Michael Jenkins, John Peer Charlotte Viands, Mrs. Runion, teacher. Mr. Andrew Seal has returned to his home now after being a pat lent in Charles Town General Has pital for several days with double pneumonia. Best wishes Andrew for a very speedy recovery. Blue Ridge School The Try Hard 4-H Club ~with Mrs. Michael Rice as the leader observed Arbor Day at the Blue Ridge School Friday, April 14th. A red maple tree given by the club was planted with appropri- ate ceremony. The following pro- gram was ably presented. Song by the group America. l~rayer Thanks For the Beauty, Glen Pen well; Selected Bible Verses, Lin- da Engle; ttistory of Arbor Day Nancy Pope; A Poem Trees. Lin- da Engle; Closing song, West Vir ginia Hills. The school wishes to express its appreciation to the try hard 4-H club for the beauti- ful tree and for a contribution of money to buy records for the mus ic program. The project thus start ed in a step toward the goal of a cleaner and more beautiful state as urged by Governor Bar- ran. It is hoped the surroundings community will help the school to get more planting in the mon- ths ahead and by each and every one working together and doing their part we can have more beau ~'iful surroundings, We are proud of West Virginia and the picture- ous Blue Ridge Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Garza and family of Falls Church, Vs. ~en. joyed a wonderful weekend at the farm. Soup Supper May 6 Keep in mind the soup supper at Chestnut Hill in the Church Hall Saturday night, May 6 be- ginning at 5:30. Beef soup, hot dogs, also beef and hamburgers, pie, cake, salad, coffee, and soft drinks. Good Attendance A very good attendance was ou: to Chestnut Hill revival services Sunday night Mr. Tom Hardy of Murrell Hill had charge of the services and brought us a very in spiring message. These services will eontinue through this com- ing week. You are cordially in- vited to attend these services. Little Bruce Brackett who was a patient in George ,Washington Hospital is home now and Cam- ing along fine. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and daughter Wanda and Mrs. Lavern Taltan motored to Warrenton, Vs. Thurs day and were visitors with, the formers aunt Mrs. Maud Haley. Mrs. Haley has been on the sick list but is improving very satis- factorily each day. Mr. John Runion has returned to Front Royal, Vs. after spend- ing several days with his parents REPORT elf CONDITION OF of Charles Town, West Virginia, at the close of business April 12, 1961, a state banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in ac- cordance with a call made by the State Banking- Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection .......... $ 598, 113.16 United States Gov.ernment obligations, direct and guaranteed... ..... ....... 'y.... 782,712.73 Oblig imas of States and political subdivisions .49,737.50 Corporate stocks (including $9,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) ................ 9,000.00 Loans and discounts (including $72.00 overdrafts) .. :... : .... ................. 1,822,649.26 Bank premises owned $6I 512:00, furniture and fixtures $15,220.78 ................ . 76,732.78 Other assets.... ..... . ? ...... ...... ...... : 128.29 TOTAL ASSETS ........................ $3,339,373.12 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .......................$1,346d56.79 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpoi'ations ............ 1,420,270.56 Deposits of United States Government .(includ- ing postal:savings) 23,078 0 Deposits of States and political subdvisions ' 158,791.49 - "(~ ' Other "deposits (certified and officers checks, etc.) ........ ...................4,160.04 TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,952,457.68 (a) Total demand deposits $1,532,187.12 (b) Total time deposits .... $1,420,270.56 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................... $2,952,457.68 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par Value.. $ Surplus .................................. Undivided profits ......................... ReServes (and retirement account for preferred capital) ...................... TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......... TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL 100,000.00 200,000.00 81,916.04 5,000.0O 386,916.04 ACCOUNTS ......................... $3,339,373.72 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ....... ' ........... $ 485,000.00 Frisby T. Fiery President, and R. Conrad, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this re- port of condition is true and correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. FRISBY T. FIERY, President R.E. CONRAD, Cashier We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of conditien and declare that it has been ex- amined by us and to the best of our' knowledge and belief is true and correct. JOHN N. NEWCOMER, F. N. WHITE, JOS. A. WARRENFELTZ, Directors. State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and st bscribed before me this 25th day of April, 1961. ........ ,. S LLIE L. POSTON, Notary Public, Mr: and Mrs. Wilmer Longer- beam who have been residing in a cottage belonging to Mrs. Annie Grove has moved and are now rpaking their place of abode in one of the G. C. Pearls cottages. Visitors the past week with Mr. and Mrs. John Runion were their son John of Front Royal, Va., Mrs. Raymond Howell, Mrs. Fred Nick and two sons Mrs. Mary Leps of the Bloomery, Mr. and Mrs. Richard West and three children of Purcellville, Va., Mrs. Ada Cogle of Silver Grove and MrS. Rosebud McDaniels. Mrs. Nina Runion and son John Runion were visitors Wed- nesday with the formers daugh- ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Rich Surgical Patient, Mrs. Ida Hardy who was a sur- gical patient in Charles Town Gen eral liospital has returned to her home recuperating very satisfae- tory. Best wishes Ida for the best of health. IL ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Daylight Time Sunday Millville Methodist Church will hold their Church and Sunday School on daylight saving time be ginning Sunday, April 30. Wor- ship service will be held at 10 a. m. and Sunday school at 11 a. m. 6---R - THURSDAY, APRIL Sunday. Mr. and Mr. William tIough Jr. and sons of Bakerton, W. Va. spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Hursell Caniford. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and sons of Ranson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Wilt- shire. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and daughters Sherry Lou. Lynda Beth Ann and Jenny Sue of Mar- Miss Gall and Miss Belle Ann Mr. and Mrs. MeadoWS Aurrison of Purcellville. Vs. were ] ghter of Arlington visitors of Miss Nancy Kelican onJ guests of Mr. and Meadows. Bill and Wayne Sunday with Mr. Duncan and family of town. Mr. and Mrs.,~oe Mr. and Mrs. Charles motored to Ha Friday evening. tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mea daws and children of Bolivar and U.S. scientists hopeful on arms talk. GO TO CHURCH STARTS TOMORROW 9:00 A. M. DOUBLE BUY! 2 CHENILLE SPREADS AT THIS PRICE! Now's the time to lay in quick changes for summer! Easy-care cotton chenille (machine wash, medium set) finished with fringe! Hurry in, choose from lovely lilac, gold, rose, white, brown, aqua, turquoise! 2 ,o, $5.00 twin, full g :t 4 t t i f I SPECIAL BuY! Wt AP-SIZE TOWEL IN COLORS G You'll dry off fast---th.ese thirsty cotton ries are a ifull ,4 eet long, over 2 feet Here's good heavy weight at a real price and every inch first quality! magenta, fawn, yellow, white, pink. Washcloths 6 for $1.00 for _$ bath towel B mi COMPARE! FINE SELECTED COTTON! LONG-WEARING BALANCED wEAvES! LOW ) Nation - Wide, snowy - white, crispy - smooth cotton muslin! A big value! Twin 72 by 108, twin Sanforized fitted $1.,79 Full 81 by 108, full Sanforized fitted .... $1.98 Pillow Cases by 36 inches .... 2 for 98c Nation-Wide pastels: pastel yellow, sky blue, pink cloud, opaline green, pale pink, lilac Twin 72 by :108, twin Sanforized fitted...$2.29 Full 81 by 108, full Sanforized fitted .... $2.49 Pillow Cases 42 by 36 inches ...... 2 for $1.09 Nation- Wide Rosebud dot, all-over print T vin 72 by 108, twin Sanforized fitted..$2.79 Full 81 by 108, full Sanforized fitted .... $3.49 Pillow Cases 42 by 36 inches ...... 2 for $1.79 Penealcl luxurious, silky-smooth fine contbe white'cotton percales! Compare our price ! Twin 72 by 108, twin Sanforized fitted . .$2.1 Full 81 by 108, full Sanforized fitted....S , : a4 Pillow Cases 42 by 381/., inches .... 2 for $13 39 x 76 Reversible Mattress Pad.. f ..... 54x76 Reversible Mattress Pad ........$3.95 39 x 76 Reversible Fitted !Mattress Pad and Cover Combination .......... 54 x 76 Reversible Fitted Mattress Pad and Cover Combination ......... DACRON POLYESTER ................. $5.00 FOAM RUBBER ........................ $4.00 Fitted Bottom Crib Sheets ................. ' 20 x 40 Gauze Diapers ............. dozen Chambray Work Shirts--Sizes 14 - 17 Short Sleeve Dress Shirts--Oxford and Cotton Broadcloth---Sizes 14- 17 ...... CHICKEN and DUCK FEATHERS ....... $ .00 KAPOK FILLED ....................... $1.50 Boy's Pants Reduced-- Sizes 6- 18 ............... :$2.oo &