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Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Matthews of 74 Cumberland
Ave., Asheville were honored at a reception Sunday
afternoon in First Presbyterian Church in honor of
their 50th wedding anniversary. Their children,
hosts for the event, invited 250 friends of the family.
Mr. Matthews is a retired electrician. They were
married Feb. 23, 1913, in Biltmore Methodist Church.
Their children include Mrs. Walter Ramsey of Mar
shall; Jack Matthews Jr., of Asheville; Cecil B. Mat
thews of Washington, D. C; Mrs. R. C. West of High
Point; Mrs. G. C. Pressley of Asheville; Mrs. W W.
Padgett of Norfolk, Va. They have eight grand
children and two great-grandchildren.
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MARCH 3, 1963
WORSHIP AND WORK
Memory Selection: "Jeana said
to them. 'My food b) to do the will
of him who sent me, and to ac
complish hia work'."
(John 4:34.)
Lesson Text: Mark 9:2-50.
Today we consider the Trans
figuration of Jesus and attempt
to relate that high experience to
present-day worship work for
Christ.
From our Bible study for today
we see that as Jesus approached
the end of his ministry, he called
some of his disciples apart. With
him were his three most intimate
followers: Peter, James, and John.
After they had gone up a moun
tain, Jesus was "transfigured" be
fore the disciples. During this
experience they saw his talking
with Moses and Elijah. We, our
selves, shall never be able to ex
plain scientifically exactly what
happened. It is a mystery, and
such it will remain. However, we
can try to understand the signifi
cation of the event as it is report
ed to us.
What did this experience mean
for the disciples? It confirmed
their earlier confession that Jesus
was the Christ. They saw Jesus
talking with Moses and Elijah,
the representatives of the Law
and the Prophets. And in Jesus'
absence the remaining disciples
had been ministering to the peo
ple; hojw they fared, in a general
sense, we have no concrete idea,
but from one instance related in
the book of Mark, we do know
that in the case of the young boy
"possessed of demonds" they failed
where Jesus later succeeded. Jesus
attributed his success to prayer.
The implications of this incident
vital
nan
Kbther
ienca were
ministry.
God and with
First ftotfat, Mark placed the
high spiritual moment and the
mediately to-
types of exper
ts Jesus' life and
tionahips with
ware here tied
together. Those who saw Jesus s
heavenly Lord also saw him as
servant of nan. This is the nature
of God's revelation.
Christian service is the expres
sion of what we find in worship.
These two are always related, but
the piiority is clear. Jesus indica
ted that worship is the necessary
foundation of Christian concern.
The love of God underlies and is
the source of love of neighbor.
These two worship and service
are not to be separated. Each
implies the other. The first com
mandment is to love God. Inevi
tably the second commandment
follows, "Low thy 'neighbor."
The definition of the moral act
or the good act is given for the
Christian by his faith. We must
do "the will of God." Why should
we love others as God in Christ
has loved usT Only because we
have found the significance of
that love in our own lives. Only
W. Curtis Daniel
Passes Sunday;
Rites Tuesday
W. Curtis Daniel, 81, of 81 Dan
nel Bd., West Asheville, died at
3:30 a.m. Sunday February 84,
1968 in his home following a long
Illness.
Mr. Daniel, a native of Madison
County and a retired brick mason
and plasterer, had resided in Ashe
ville most of his life.
He was a member end former
steward of the Oak Hill Methodist
Church and served for 35 years as
Sunday School superintendent.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs.
Laura Neighbors Danial; four
suns, E. N. and D. T. Daniel of
West Asheville, W. H. Daniel of
Arden and H, J. Daniel of Deca
tur, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. An
na Luther of Marietta, 8. C, Mrs.
Cora Stines and Mrs. Lula Pen-
land of Candler; five grandchil
dren; and three great-grandchildren.
Services were held at 2 p. m..
Tuesday in Oak Hill Methodist
Charleston AFB, S. C. John
a Suitt of Mars Hill, has been
promoted to airman second crass
in the United States Air Force.
Airman Suitt, a jet engine me
chanic, is assigned to the 1008th
Field Maintenance Squadron here.
A graduate of Mars Hill High
School, he ia the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Suitt of Kt. 1, Mars
Hill.
Roy Ben Thomas, E-3, USN,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thom
as of Rt 4, Marshall, is home on
furlough from Kodiak, Alaska.
Thomas has been transferred to
Alameda, California, where he will
be stationed aboard the UBS Ranger.
in
Church. The Rev. Richard B. Jar
faith, therefore, can we know u i the Rev. C. V. Hall offi
what we should do. And the pow
er to perform the moral act is
given by faith. All of us know
the difficulty of doing what wo
knofw to be right What, then,
makes a man strive against these
wayward thoughts and sinful dis
positions T It ia his trust, his
faith, in Jesus Christ It is the
way of Jesus ... the way of
service to our neighbors. It is the
willingness to do all we can for
the well-being of others. This.
then, means that the Christian
community must be interested in
the total life of men.
The Christian church must be
concerned about its social respon
sibilities. A Christian believer is
a servant to all other men. It is
loonsn 10 caiic or religion as a
private affair. To be truly Chris
tian affects everything a man
does. It throws one into the world
with its needs and its hurts. And
while, of course, we must always
refer life ultimately to God, we
are given tasks In the present.
A Christian, like the prophets of
the Old Testament, cannot sit
idly by and see injustice done. He
must speak out and act when the
elated. Burial was in the church
cemetery.
Active pallbearers were Ed Hen
derson, Robert Taylor, Roscor
Jackson, William Pettit, Robert
Miller and William Galloway.
Honorary pallbearers will be
members of the Men's Bible Class
of the church
Send
The News-RecorrJ
To
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lated. He must be concerned with
a political and economic life. As
a Christian all these things are
important to him. It is not
enough to say we love people if
we fail to demand justice for
them. Love may go beyond just
ice, but it never sinks below it.
We must be concerned about our
fellow men because God is con
cerned.
True worship entails two things;
first, we wait before God. Second,
we then accept our tasks and re
ceive the ability to eo to our
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The Qenulna- Accept No Substitute.
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Gross Income
Of $600 Requires
Return Filing
Every citizen or resident of the
United States, including minor
children, who had gross income of
600 or more in 1962 must file a
Federal Income tax return, Mr. J.
E. Wall, District Director of the
Internal Revenue Service for the
Greensboro Office, reminded tax
payers today.
If the taxpayer's 66th birthday is
on or before January 1, 1968, he is
not required to file unless his gross
income in 1962 was at least
$1,200.
Even though a taxpayer is not
required to file, he must do so to
obtain a refund if any income tax
was withheld from his pay.
There is one exception to the A
general rule. Self-employed per
eons such as sole proprietors,
partners and independent contract-
ors must file an income tax return
and pay a self-employment tax If
net earnings from self -employment
were $400, or more.
Taxpayers who have questions
about filmsr requirements may ob
tain Document No. 6107, "Filing
Your Tax Return," by writing to
their local Internal Revenue Office.
homes, our iohs. nH our noicrh-
rights of people are being vio- bors with the spirit of Christ.
Some Good Advice
IF You Have To Carry Water To Wash
IF You Have To Wash All Day or Even Longer With Only One
Washing Machine
IF You Use Up All Your Hot Water Doing the Family Laundry
1F You Are Employed And Too Tired When You Get Home To
Tackle This Dradgery
IF You Seem To Never Have Enough Time
IF You Need Some Clothes Washed & Dried In 1 HOUR
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LAUNDRY-MAT And Mass Production Principle!
BRING YOUR LAUNDRY AND DO IT IN TOWN WHEN
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