ful at the expense of his. .justice. This has been
proven over and over again across the centuries.
Every epoch or dispensation of time has started with
God's blessing and favor and ends up with his ^ffrath
and judgment on the wicked or those that do not be
lieve as is pointed out so plain in our text.
Beloved there is in the final analysis only tvro
classes of people. The ones that do believe in Christ
Jesus as their Saviour, and peace and blessing and
joy end life eternal is their reward. And those who
do not believe, and they have nothing to look to in
the future but the judgnuont and wrath of God,
In Revelation, 6th chapter, l?th verse. For the
great day of his wrath is come and who shall be able
to stand. Beloved, wherever you are, accept Christ
as your personal Saviour, Trust him and live for him
and we shall be saved f3X>m wrath to come according
to the record,
Romans 8:H ~ "As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God,"
Romans 8:11 - "If the Spirit of Him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you,
He that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by His
Spirit that dwelloth in you,"
Romans 8:26 - "The Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for ,,, the Spirit itself
maketh intercession for us vdth groanings vjhich cannot be uttered,"
Galatians 6:8 "He that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlast
Mark A:40 - "Vi/hy are ye so fearful? How is it that ye have no faith?"
Honorable Discharge ,
Charles Wease, Jr,, son of Mr, and Mrs, Charley Wease was recently given an
Honorable Discharge from the Amy, He v/as stationed at Fort Benhing, Georgia at the
time of his discharge, Charles entered service January 14, 1942, He was stationed
in Bermuda fo r 19 months. After his return to the States, Charles was injured and
was a patient in the hospital at Ft, Bliss, Texas for six months,-.
Welcome home, Charles, we*re all glad to have you home,
Pvt, Harvey G, Richards Awarded Infantry Badge
Pvt, Harvey (Butch) Richards has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge for
actual participation in combat against the encmy^ "Butch" is now stationed in EngHand
Standards for this badge are high# The decoration is awarded to the Infantry
soldier v/ho has proven his fighting ability in combat for a period of 30 days. This
badge for'the Infantry bears the same significance that the Air Medal holds for the
The Hoover Rail Staff joins your many friends in congratulating you on this award
Butch - You boys in the Infantry surely deserve the award.