1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. V I I Stow, Ohio. Friday, January 26, 1940 POVERTY Are you poor? You don't have much of this world's goods, the other fellow beats you to it. The world, they say, is full of injustice, human sharks, trickery and pillage. So multitudes moan, we a r e poor. Lots of company, brother, m a n y there be t h a t a r e poor. However, if one, by a word of magic, could m a k e all the poor of the earth rich how long, do you suppose, this poor class would stay r i c h? The answer is, not long. But someone will snap an answer, t h a t is because of a cruel system, a system t h a t makes the rich richer and always keeps the poor m a n down. My friend, under any system ever tried or conceived by the brain of m a n you will always have the poor. God speed t h e d a y when only t h e indolent, slothful and wasteful shall bite the dust of poverty, but mark, the poor ye always have with you. Poverty is a calamity. However, some types of poverty a r e a tragedy. Money poverty is bad, it is inconvenient, it is humiliating, but other kinds of poverty a r e shockingly sinful. Against money poverty perhaps t h r i f t is the most potent safeguard. W e r e it not f o r our schools we would have much mind p o v e r t y, immorality, ignorance and ice. The common r u n of sin is mental poverty, intellectual poverty has always been a plague, a t e r r o r of the human race. Ignorance and vice m a k e a great dent in the barrel of charities, A steady grind, a never ending chain of men and No. 4 women grind through the courts week a f t e r week, year in, year out. Mischief, sin. ignorance, carelessness, t h e bulk of the whole distressing grind can be bundled and labeled m e n t a l poverty. Space forbids the mention of only one more type of poverty. My friends, t h a t b r a n d is shamef u l and grievous, it is spiritual poverty. I declare t h a t spiritual poverty in the Church is by f a r more shocking than money poverty. Folk will brush a w a y artistic poverty by draping t h e windows and putting a potted p l a n t on t h e windows, they will dismiss musical poverty in a church By drilling a choir or organizing an orchestra, but spiritual poverty is a ghost t h a t h a u n t s the pews. Many, m a n y methods have been tried. Great heaps of m a s o n a r y with leaded glass windows reflecting the seven colors of t h e rainbows with parishioners pleased to lay checks on the o f f e r i n g plate all expenses, still, many, m a n y Churches a r e poor, spiritually poor. Perhaps, a candle of spirituality burns, but it burns timidly, it flickers low. I s t h e r e any excuse f o r a Church being spiritually poor when God's supply house is so near? Come, m y friends, prayer, interest, worship, faith, vision, these a r e some of the soul values t h a t will m a k e any Church rich. Claim them, possess them, install t h e m in the Church. You can't have these gems by wishing for them. God gives t h e m to the worthy, to the faithful, to the souls who hunger a f t e r righteousness. GEO. M. HULME.
2 2 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS STOW COMMUNITY CHURCH GEORGE M. HULME... Minister 858 Ardmore Av.. Akron. UN-198B Business Phone Number JE-U224 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Drnw:er C Stow, Summit Co., Ohio. Published weekly. Subscription price 50c a year. Entered as second class matter May 4, 1937 at the Postoffice at Stow, Ohio, under Act of March 3, Office of publication, 360 W. Arndale Rd., Stow. H. J. Stockman, Editor. GROUND HOG DAY SUPPER To be or not to be, ground or whole? Which? Who knows? Anyhow the choir will present, a supper at 40c per plate, Friday February 2nd, 5:30 P. M. on. That is Ground Hog Day. Everyone come. SUMMIT MALE CHORUS On Sunday February 11th, 7:30 P. M. the Summit Male Chorus will present a program of music in Community church. Keep this in mind. THE SNOW An Original Poem By One Our Readers Of When the snow came gently filtering down Clinging softly where it rested Changing a cheerless, sooty town Into a virgin, white invested, Laying a coverlet clean and new Over the places with junk infested And insulating the housetops, too, Wherein the people snugly nested- I thought God's love is like the snow, Enveloping us in tender pity, Causing our hearts to awake and glow And, as the snow transforms the city, So life's drab streets that we must plod Are glorified by the love of God. H. W. Care.. Let us lift the feeling of bewilderment. We will be glad to shoulder your burden and show the care you want expressed. We will be glad to help you. i THE McGOWAN FUNERAL HOME WA Stow Avenue Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio mrnm*
3 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII For All Dairy Products You Can Do Better At ISALY'S In Stow II11 mi IIII11I1IIIIIII1III III nil llllllltllllllllttllt SERMON Before starting his sermon last Sunday Rev. Hulme told us how he was led to select his subject. On the preceding Sunday afternoon and evening looking over his Bible, his notes, thru prayer and giving much thot to the matter he could not wax enthusiastic about of the ideas, which, he said, was unusual. Finally he retired, and, as is his custom he awakened about 2:00 A. M., with the definite suggestion taking shape in his mind. "Why not preach on Mark 1:3?." "The voice of one crying in the wilderness, prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight." Today we are faced >vith the problem of preparing the way of the Lord, of making his path straight. Obstructions must be removed. First there are obstructions in the path of the Lord in the human mind, namely, crooked thinking, obsessions, diversities of opinion, the "haunted house." The path of the Lord is made easier if we are all of one mind. Second there is the heart. A deeper grip lays a hold the heart than is the case of the mind. When the path of the Lord is made straight in our heart, no weather obstruction is too great, no geographical distance too far to keep us from His Presence. Even personal physical handicaps mean little and cannot keep us from the Lord if we love Him. Thirdly: There is the path of human interest to clear for the Lord. "Where your treasure is there will your heart be also." Lack of interest in the Lord's work is one of the greatest obstructions in the way of the Lord. In place of an all consuming intrest in God, His Son, the Holy Spirit, most folks place their interest in the broadway that leads to destruction. They are interested in the things of the world. These worldly interests must be removed or made of decidely lesser importance if the path of the Lord is to be made straight and we are to meet him at His coming.. <3> PRAYER MEETING AND BIBLE STUDY The Wednesday night prayer meetings still continue at the church. They are still studiyng the Book of Mathew. Somewhere about the eighteenth chapter now. If you seek salvation you should be about the Lord's business and to study his Word on Wednesday evenings is one way. Come to the Wednesday night prayer meeting. Arpad Kurinsky Teacher of Violin WA Graham Rr. Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
4 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS INSPECTION-74 TIMES Every Willard Batterv is inspected 74 times durin? its manufacture. That's why we handle Willards because they have quality built in. That's why we can offer the strongest battery guarantee available today satisfactory service in millions of cars throughout the world. Willards do last longer. Stop in today and learn how little a new Willard costs. MARHOFER CHEVROLET W A-1823 Stow GRACE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Postoffice Block Stow, O. Telephone WA-5223 For Appointments GARDEN CLUB PARTY The Stow Garden Club will hold a benefit dessert party on Wednesday, January 31st, 1:30 P. M. at the home of Mrs. W. Sanders, 157 Ritchie Road. A prize will be given to the member bringing the most guests. Play any game you choose, table prizes for all games. There will also be a White Elephant Grab Bag. HELD OVER FROM WEEK STOW GARDEN LAST CLUB A note from a member of the Stow Garden Club states that they started their club year with an exceptionally fine meeting last Friday evening at ihe library. Mrs. J. C. Sechrist gave a very interesting talk on "Window Gardens" illustrated by a large selection of plants from their greenhouses. A number of new members were taken into the club including Mrs. W. B. Rians who has been active in the Tallmadge Garden Club and Mrs. Murdick a member of the Hilltop Garden Club. # WEATHER Count Your Many Blessings This issue would not be complete without a word about the weather. Of course every one knows its cold. Thirteen below zero when we looked at Edd ; e Parson's thermometer Friday morning, but when you have a car that won't run and have to call Jack Marhofer for expert aid, when you live the last house down, can't get out Saturday to attend to the paper business, have to walk most of the way to Church Sunday, run out of groceries, also no good drinking water, the coal pile melting like snow on a hot BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP Marhofer Block STOW :-: OHIO
5 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS NU-WAY CLEANING AND PRESSING There is a Difference INVISIBLE SHOE REBUILDING KNIGHT SERVICE CO. WA Front St. Cuyahoga Falls summer day (how coal man Guise must enjoy this time of year and especially such a time as this), it seems pretty bad. But then there is a bright side. We thank the Lord that we live in America, even in Stow, not in Finland, Russia, or Siberia. It is good to have a job, a home, a church to walk to, three boys to brag about, a wife, squeezeable, friends who p ; ck you up, help start your car, pay their subscriptions without solicitation, etc. All this is great. But still above all there is God's great plan of salvation for which we are thankful. It is free. Now on a cold day like last Saturday, just to rest is a joy; ten hours repose the night before; eleven hours the next night; Sunday night more sleep. Then on Saturday, car won't start so forgetting the need of money we use up our recently acquired supply of nuts and bolts constructing a work bench, one of the real sturdy var'ety, made out of Joe Mitten's chestnut lumber. Then we try out a new glue formula, sticking together some furniture that had fallen apart. Also there was an opportunity to do some reading. The Bible is a good book. All this happened because McGrail Antique Shop the Upholstering & Cabinet Work Phone WA E. Kent Rd. Stow weather was cold and our car would not start. Yea, verily, every cloud has its silver lining, and trouble is often a blessing in disguise. FOOD FOR THOT The moderate drinker is a covered danger sign to the young. F. A. C. GRAHAM SERMON ROAD REPORT Last Sunday morning Rev. Douglas chose as his text Psalm 37:4. "Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he will give thee the desires of thy heart." His topic, "Desires of the Heart." He said that there is a difference between the desires of the heart and the desires of the head. The desires of the head are worldly and often take most of life here on earth. Search for such often leads us to roam the world over. And the one who seeks is never satisfied. On the other hand satisfaction for desires of the heart may be supplied thru the reading and the study of God's Word, the Bible. Peace and contentment within result. As applied to conditions of life there is our desire for rest. The doctor tells his patient he cannot sleep because of a nervous condition. The Christian on the other hand thanks God for a bed, a home, asks His protection during the night and sleeps peacefully.
6 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS carries the promise that "all things else shall be added." E. M. Guise Coal & Supply Co. MUNROE FALLS, OHIO WA-3921 Again we desire a home. Built without God we are fretful of more prosperous folks. Maybe there is only a garage, a bedroom and a car. Husband works, tho wife attends parties. Not satisfied, they drift apart, ending finally with a broken home. On the other hand a Christian couple seek first the Kingdom of Heaven which when faithfully sought One hundred thirty one in Bible school last Sunday. One wedding anniversary was observed when Mr. Biggs said that "twenty two years ago Monday he and Mary got hitched." One birthday celebrated, that of Mrs. I. S. Warner. Mr. Morehouse's class of boys won the banner. At least five lady members of the Graham Road church under the leadership of Mrs. Wagner assist each Monday night in the school conducted at the Roumanian Baptist Church in Akron. Mrs. Bryan and Mac took dinner last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Buck of Liberty Road. Lois Douglas and Maxine Gibbs were visitors last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sutton. Lloyd Chipps was a visitor last Sunday at the home of Miss Justice Wagner. INSURE with ROBERT IMHOFF your LOCAL full-time Agent Tel. WA-1914 Stow, O. FURIOUS WEATHER Holds No Terror For Our Customers For They Use Only SUPER SHELL GAS... GOLDEN SHELL MOTOR OIL... ONLY THE BEST ANTI FREEZE... Eddie Parson's Service Station, Stow, 0.
7 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS A Prayer LET me do my work each day; and if the darkening hours of despair overcome me, may I not forget the strength that comforted me in the desolation of other times. May I still remember the bright hours that found me walking over the silent hills of my childhood, or dreaming on the margin of the quiet river, and a light glowed within me, and I promised my early God to have courage amid the tempests of the changing years. Spare me from bitterness and the sharp passions of unguarded moments. May I not forget that poverty and riches are of the spirit. Though the world know me not, may my thoughts and actions be such as shall keep me friendly with myself. Lift my eyes from the earth, and let me not forget the uses of the stars. Forbid that I should judge others, lest I condemn myself. Let me not follow the clamor of the world, but walk calmly in my path. Give me a few friends who will love me for what I am. And keep ever burning before my vagrant steps the kindly light of hope. And though age and infirmity overtake me, and I come not within sight of the Castle of My Dreams, teach me still to be thankful for life, and for time's golden memories that are good and sweet; and may the evening's twilight find me gentle still.
8 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS MANYPARTICULAR PEOPLE Drive Miles To Get RITCHIE'S Home Dressed Meats PORK BEEF VEAL TENDER - JUICY - FULL O' FLAVOR Also A Full Line of Home Dressed, Home Cured SMOKED MEATS RITCHIES MEAT MARKET N. L. RITCHIE, Prop. 407 Ritchie Road WA-1507 Stow, Ohio IIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIillMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FISH CREEK NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Slates are spending the winter with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Brittan moved on Jan. 20th to 347 E. Riddle Avenue in Ravenna. Mrs. Stewart Brown of Twin Lakes spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Chapman. Mrs. Chas. Irvin attended a picnic luncheon in Cuyahoga Falls Friday at the home of Mrs. T. E. Thomas. Mrs. Walter Sundell entertained her. bridge club Thursday afternoon, there being twelve members in the group of girlhood friends. Mr. Earl Curtis, who is an inventor, and formerly with the Davey Compression Company in Kent is at present doing some designing for the Basic Dolamite Company in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bietz of Brady Lake were Wednesday night supper guests of Mr. Geo Ake and other recent callers were Mrs. Dan Burns also Mr. Glenn Fassett of Kent. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Riggs attended a skating party at Iceland in Akron Wednesday night when the employees of the Kent McCrory store gave a party honoring Mr. Risenour, the new second assistant of Mr. Riggs. Supt. and Mrs. Carl Coffeen attended the annual Summit County Teachers Association banquet on Thursday January 25th which was I Dentist t DR. W. B. OCKER 5 Credit Extended i 5 WA a. m. to 9 p. m. * SDaqht BIdg., Stow * When you think of Chicks Think of feeding FUL-O-PEP CHICK STARTER Baughman's Feed Store WA-8122 STOW, OHIO
9 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS MILK in Jugs 25c a gal., 9c qt. THE LAWSON MILK CO HOME AVE. and 2347 FRONT ST., CUYA. FALLS held- at the Masonic Temple in Akron. Dr. Frank Slutz an, authority on Youth problems was the guest speaker. Good coal in three ton lots, $4.50 per ton. Casebeer, corner Fish Creek and East Graham Roads. (Adv). Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coffeen were among the guests of honor at a dinner Thursday January 17th given by the Tallmadge P. T. A. to Dr. Roy E. Dickerson of Kansas City a well known authority on family problems. During his stay Dr. Dickerson spoke at two meetings held during a special social hygiene institute. Mrs. E. C. Stopher of Kent, chairman of the Citizenship and Junior protection deartment and Mrs. Keith Weigle of East Cleveland also gave brief talks. The ladies who were guests of honor were presented dainty gardenia corsages. We forgot to mention last week that our neighbor Weldon in his "New and Larger Store" at Parmelee Heights handles products of his Fish Creek neighbors. Yes, "Horse Radish" of John Mitcher (of the Akron Food Products Company) which "cannot be beat," the sentiment of local shoppers and many from Kent CECIL A. REARICK Instructor of VOICE Inquire at Isaly's Stow and more distant points in Summit County, who patronize Weldon's Market where they come to buy "wonderful meats." He buys milk of Glen France of The Summit Brook Dairy, eggs from Westons and Phillips, and is that milk good and are those eggs fresh!! How do we know but he may have some of F. A. Coffeen's honey on his shelves! Maybe in his basement are dahlia roots and glad bulbs from "Holmes Glad Gardens." No, this is not an advertisement, just commenting on the neighborliness of Mr. Weldon and his extra good judgment in buying "home-grown produce" of nearby folks, who in turn are benefitted by having nearby such a fine store that buys and sells the best of everything. <8> PERSONALS Mrs. Russell Harper, Diagonal road, was on the sick list last week. Mrs. A. S. Phelps recently has been confined to her home with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Lund of Springfield Lake visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Furst on Hudson road last Sunday. Earl Buck, assisting a cold schoolmate after a bus broke down last Friday froze his feet. Birthdays celebrated at Bible school were those of Jack Olson, Mrs. Butler and Mr. G. W. Mineard.
10 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS DRIVE OUT AND SEE US We are now open for business in our new location which is across the Kent Road from the old stand. KENT-STOW MARKET Top of Hill, Fourth of Mile East of Fish Creek, North Side Kent Road Phones WA-1595 and Kent 3947 J. B. WELDON, Owner Chestnut Lumber: A ten foot two by four costs 20c. Compare this with prices elsewhere. Joe A. Mitten, 142 Thorndale, Stow, (Adv.) Walter Chandler, High school student, is in the City Hospital with an injured eye. At present writing it is not known whether the doctors can or cannot save his eye. Mary Jane Clifford, six and one half year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Clifford, Adeline Drive, is critically ill in the Children's Hospital. For Sale: Hot Point Electric' Range. Good Condition. $ Call WA (Adv.). The River Road Club will meet this Thursday with Mrs. B. B. Mineard. Last Wednesday evening the club held a miscellaneshower in honor of Miss Betty Cross. Virginia Henault is featuring many handmade glassware gifts, 25c to $1.00. Fifteen piece luncheon sets in delightful col-or $ Thorndale Avenue, Telephone WA (Adv.). Mr. G. W. Mineard of North River Road was pleasantly surprised last Saturday evening with a birthday party given by his daughter Mrs. George Berg. Among the guests was Mr. Mineard's sister, Mrs. Huff of Pittsburgh. Mr. Mineard and guests report a lovely time. Augustus Caesar, Emperor, of Rome (27 B. C.) was the first person on record to wear heels. He used them to increase h's height If Caesar were alive today he would probably patronize the Junction Shoe Repair because they use g'ood materials and do good work. C. K. Wyatt, Mgr., 2721 Hudson Drive. Mr. George Steinard. Ritch'e Road, recently completed a new bathroom. What everyone does not know about such improvements as this is that the county's sanitary code now requires leaded iron soil pipe outside, in place of sewer tile as formerly. This increases the cost of installation over that of years ago. Janet Grubb and Dona Jean Hall received last Sunday at the Munroe Falls Methodist Church for a year's perfect attendance, ^ix Bibles have been given awav with'n the last year for perfect attendance of this church. Considering their total attendance this is a very good record. Jean Max, certified teacher of piano. Courses offered in both classical and popular music. Re-
11 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS asonable tuition. Studio No. 784, Hudson Road, Stow. (Adv.). Mr. Kenneth Max of Hudson Road was at the home of his parents in Zanesville last week. His father died on Tuesday and was buried on Friday. It was twenty two degrees below zero on the day of the funeral. Virginia Easterling and Henry Harruff sang a duet "Home Sweet Home" at the church services last Sunday morning. It was much appreciated. The anthem "Thine is The Glory," rendered by the choir was the first to be prepared from their new music. FLASH: Latest authoritative (?) reports coming from the Central Cash Market are to the effect that (butcher) Mr. Jacob Lee Wolfhord just received word of an inheritance of 10,000 dollars, or is it 100,000 dollars, may be a mil- Ton, or, or well, drop around and congratulate him and maybe he will tell you what he is going to do with this small sum of money. An attendance of over fifty persons was reported at the last meeting of Stow Civic Association held at the Town Hall Tuesday January 16th. With a no smoking sign in full view the atmosphere was clear and the attitude of everyone friendly. Committee chairmen reports that their committees are filled. Corporal Gorham of the State Patrol was guest speaker. He pointed out many sources of traffic accidents. Among other items the association voiced their approval of a plan that seems to be developing in the community to procure and remodel the old school building for use as a community center where scout troops and other various township organizations could meet. Prof. Schmidt was appointed to work with the P. T. A. who are also reported interested in the proposition. In a recent letter from Mrs. B. H. Carpenter, R. D. 2, Mansfield, Ohio, she expresses her appreciation for the Community Church News and states that they would like to be remembered to their friends in Stow of whom she often thinks. Mr. Carpenter who sustained a serious injury to his hand while at work last summer has improved some but is in very poor health as a result of the accident. Mrs. Carpenter also states she would enjoy hearing from those of her friends who can find time to write. May God richly bless and restore this family is our prayer. FEEDS FEEDS FEEDS For Poultry, Dairy, Hog or Dog Feeds BAUGHMAN'S WA-8122 STOW
12 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS IN STOW IT'S The Central Cash Mkt. WA-3521 We Deliver 10:30 and 2:30 Where you can get anything in MEATS, GROCERIES and PRODUCE at Low Prices, and not get robbed of Quality. MEAT SPECIALS Fancy Lean BOSTON PORK BUTTS PORK LOINS, or whole SPARE RIBS, lean and meaty Fresh PORK LIVER Canadian BEEF ROLL ROAST Fancy SWISS STEAK Center T-BONE STEAK.. Fancy CLUB STEAKS 17c lb. 17c lb. 2 lbs. 25c 3 lbs. 25c 25c lb. SAUSAGE, Casing Stuffed "Superior Brand" 1 L B BALDWIN APPLES FANCY TANGERINES 25c lb. 29c lb. 29c lb. 8 lbs. 25c; 90c bu. 2 doz. 25c FRESH "STOW EGGS" FRESH Pure 1 ADI1 4 lb - Pail LAnU Special... 39/ Florida Oranges 23^ dozen Giant size, juicy, thin skin oranges. You do get your money's worth only when you buy by the dozen.
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THE ORDER OF WORSHIP THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME June 27, 2010 10:00 a.m. Organ Prelude ASSEMBLE IN GOD S NAME The Life and Work of the Church Welcome, friends and members Please sign welcome folders
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