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THE WORK OF
A REAL SCHOOL'
Good Teachers Are as Essential
INTEREST THE COMMUNITY.
The Wonderful Work of Pupils and In
structor! at the Thorn Hill School.
Children Take a Roal Interest In
Perclicil upon n lilll which overlooks
n number of Iiohsl-s tlint appear to bo
plnyiug lciipfroK In tliulr endeavor to
tret Into the vnllcy Is Thorn Hill
school. In tliew homes there nro no
rich people, mill many of tlio girls
mill mothers ate forced to go Into (he
liottllng works to help swell the Sntur-
day pay roll. Naturally one would
not expect a splendid building In such
!i community nor well kept grounds
nor a strong school spirit. Hut all of ',
these things hcuiii to be In the forming
The exterior ci the school Is rather
shabby. Some palings nre missing
from the fence, there Is no walk, and
the doors nre scarred. Inside the
desks and furniture nre mostly old,
but there nre decorations, and they nre
child made throughout. The white
IIAKI.NO IIASKLTS AT ItlXEbS.
curtains that temper jlie sunlight nre
plain, but have been neatly stenciled
li bright, pleasing colors. The big
ugly doorway between the two rooms
Is fringed with a unique portiere,
which would puzzle the ordinary mor
tal as to lis manufacture. The secret
of the large and many colored beads,
that are strung on heavy cords. Is that
they nre made from wall paper. The
Children had got huge books of sam
ples of wall paper, cut the paper Into
strips and rolled them Into beads.
A Hue -of nails In the door frnme.
showed a brave display of baski'ts ot
all shapes and sizes. There was no
effort nt any slavish pattern, for each
child had made a basket the size ami
shape he br she wished. That the
work has proved fascinating is shown
by the fact that half of yecess time
is usually voluntarily given to this
work. As the boys have become adept
In the use of willow they have been
urged to make small stools at home
and bring them to school to be topped
with strong and beautiful basketry.
The tenchers have realized the full
value of this work, for they nre ar
ranging for the older boys to cut and
prepare the basket willows from the
plants along the streams In the neigh
borhood. This will allow the child to
tnke the raw material as It occurs in
nature and jtnaku it Into the finished
product with the added value that
artistic handwork gives.
Gradually this sane activity upon
the part of the children and their
teachers has caught and held the In
terest of the community. In a com
paratively short time the parents have
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seen that the children would be helped
by more linger work and better per
ception of form and color. As there
was no money beyond the bare con
duct of the school the tenchers and
the parents gave, u social and box
party, The proceeds of the entertain
ment have beeu used to engage the
services of an art teacher, who comes
out from Irnnkf6rt twice nveek.
A school garden Is being flBtoned for
the coming spring, but for fear they
may be disappointed nt the last mo
ment the children have arranged to
cultivate small plots at home. These
are to be entered In the contest, which
Is carried on under the auspices of I lie
Franklin County Kair association.
HOW MUCH MOKE COUU UK
DONE IK THEY HAD A HUILDINO
WHICH WAS HANDSOME ENOUGH
TO GAIN THEIK UESPECT no one
can tell, but they have taken wljat was
tit hand aud with n fine splritifbue to
work to innke it ns etlkicnt as possible
and as close to the activities of the
community as possible, uud they have
succeeded. Under such conditions the
building will follow before long. In
the meantime the teachers and the
parents have the consolation of know
ing that, although u school Is much
better for having a tine, comfortable
oulldlot;, It Is a possibility without It
slaves set free
Return to bonds
StillGreater FrecdomVVitli King
ly Honors Thereby Secured.
Pastor Russell's Discourse the Third
and Last of a Series Upon the Texts
Which Embellish the Famous Union
Station of Washington City.
C .January 10.
preached at Wash
ington Temple to
day Ills third ser
mon on our Un
ion Depot texts.
Today's text was:
"The Truth shall,
mnko you free."
(John 8:32.) Ho i
Truth Is the
tor. All enslavers oppose the Truth,
knowing Its iower on the minds ofi
their victims. The taskmasters of to-
day would fnln hide the truth from
wage-slaves, but llntl It Impossible so
great Is the power of the press and
there nre publishers who have not sold
their moral sense for sordid gain.
When chattel slavery prevailed, the
mnster found it advantageous to edu
cate his slaves and tints increase their
value, but disadvantageous to Instruct
them along the lines of human rights.
The feudatory lords were very willing
that the common people consider them
demigods, not subject to law as others.
The same principle apparently
prompted the emperors to proclaim
themselves, "imiillfrs tnti j-mu," ulid to
encourage their people to worship
them. The natural sellishness of man
ever prompts him to take ndvantnge
of others; and Ignorance has been the
chain which has bound the masses.
'The IUble'bas been the great Eman
cipator of slaves mental, moral and
physical. It Is the Tiirch of Liberty,
lighted by Divine Providence. The
Itlble alone tells us that nil humanity
nre of one blood, creatures of the same
God. iimenable to Him. While the Bi
ble instructs that kings find nil in au
thority should lie recognized, it ulso
tells that the king Is amenable to ex
actly the same laws ns his most menial
slave, and that if he violates these
laws he Is ns sure tojie punished.
Moreover, the Illble points out that
the pre.sent' is related to the future life
ns cause to effect. It shows that every
act. word uud thought bears upon
character-development, and prepares us
for higher things In the life to come or
gives us more dlttlculty In reaching per
fection and everlasting life.
"Hope Thou In God."
Looking Into tlio past, we see Israel,
Fodden with fear of their Egyptian
taskmasters, not daring to take steps
for liberty. Rut nfter the Exodus, after
God's Covenant with them at Sinai,
they were a changed people. The hopes
Inspired by the Scriptures preserved
them as u nation when contemporane
ous civilization perished.
The Jews undoubtedly destroyed
tbclr own 'nationality. The Romans
merely performed the funeral rites in
destroying Jerusalem. A. D. 70. The
Emperor evidently claimed that the
Jewish religion must necessarily be at
the foundation of' their ungovernable
character. Their liberty, used contrary
to Divine instruction, led to discontent
Christ's Followers Set; Free.
The Message qf Jesus and the Apos
tles attracted some "Israelites indeed."
anxious to serve God. The early
Christians courageously suffered perse
cution and carried the Gospel every
where. The Komau emperors, Nero
and Diocletian, perceived that Chris
tians bad a courage which they feared
would be Infectious, and persecuted
them horribly. Hut the Master had
freed them from fear of death. ,
Then came a long period of darkness,
when the Scriptures were forgotten,
and only the wonls of bishops were
heard words misunderstood to be of
Divine nuthorlty through Apostolic Sue
cession. Next cume centuries under
control of creeds nud church councils.
Darkness, Ignorance and superstition
prevailed, although God had His wit
nesses throughout that long period.
Finally the Bible tigaln emerged, when
printing came Into use, God's time
had come for the Bible ngultto be the
Torch of Liberty, and Independence
proportionately came forward. Today
Britain, Germany, Scandinavia und
America lend the world, because of the
light from the Word of God.
Danger Now, as to the Jews.
The danger that the Jews encoun
tered In the end of their Age confronts
us. Not nil receive the Truth in the
love of It. Not all, therefore, are sane
titled by It. Eevy have turned to the
Lord, to become followers of Jcst'.o.
Hence we are on the threshold of a
great-disintegration. Liberty is about
to turn to license anarchy; our civili
zation is about, to be ruined, as was the
Jewish polity, by liberty uurestrulned
by the Spirit of the Lord.
St. 1'uul declared that tho Gospel bad
set him free from ull other bbudages:
but that he surrendered his liberty to
Christ, to do. not his own will, but the
will of .his Redeemer. Forcefully he
states that lu so doing he became a
bond-slave to Christ.
Blessed Is the condition of those who
gladly surrender ull to become follow
ers of the Lord! Such can rejoice, be
cause they know that ull things work
together for htir good, to prepare them
for the Ileurtjnly glories.
BRRfc L jfl
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