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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH VOL. V I I I STOW, WHO ARE SUPERIOR OHIO, F R I D A Y, J U L Y 4,1941 PEOPLE? History records this stern fact, that whenever a race of people by ego, education, or achievement, assume an atitude of superiority and announce themselves as God appointed to rule and reign, to be lords and task masters while multitudes serve and slave at their bidding, t h a t people are weighed in the balance of unerring law, and the shadows of their end are already fading. A superior people can exist only as they seek to lift all others up to their own level. Every Nation t h a t has been chesty has slipped and fallen when lisping t h a t fatal word, Superior. The ancient Greeks considered their countrymen superior to all the world about them. It was then that the immortal Paul stood on Mars Hill and declared, God hath made of one blood all nations of men. Acts 17:26. I am told t h a t Adolf Hitler has ordered blood tests made f r o m the veins of different nationalities to substantiate his claim that the Germans are a superior race... I am told that the tests so ordered gave conclusive evidence t h a t the blood s t r e a m is one and the same. The ancient Jews were always boastful of their superiority. God's chosen people, said they. But the Apostle P e t e r heard an unseen voice one day. God hath shown me that I should not call any m a n common or unclean. Acts 10:28. That experience revolutionized the Apostle's views of the Gentile world, lo, all men a r e brothers. So, W H O ARE T H E SUPERIOR PEOPLE? No. 27 The ancient Egyptians, the Spaniards, the French, the English, and scores of other Nations have exalted themselves to superiority. In this recent crises of the world's history Italy has declared that the glory that was once Rome's must be restored. Her superiority must be recognized and all the world should do obeisance to her. The F a t h e r of us all is pleased to recognize service, good deeds, and loving solicitude, but never arrogance, power, or an assumed superiority. The people who live on t h e Island of the Rising Sun have tely assumed a superiority in skill, achievement, power, they feel t h a t they excel, that they are destined to rule all lands of t h e f a r East, including the islands of the sea. This, because t h e brown m a n is superior, and all his neighbors a r e inferior. And even so as it was in the f a r off day, the inferior should be slaves f o r the superior. A great Teacher, one who knows all things, counselled the people saying, Blessed are the meek f o r they shall inherit the earth. Matthew 5:5. The meek, the opposite of the vain a n d haughty, those who are not resentful. The meek, that is the kind, the patient, gentle, long-suffering. The meek, not the gangsters or international lawless dictators of the rights of men. But the good, the fair flowers of faith and justice, they, declared the Great Teacher, shall enjoy the Heaven born right to inherit the earth. The meek have t h e promise they are to live a n d abide when the wild vines have perished f r o m the earth. The superior people, therefore,

2 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH STOW COMMUNITY III 111(11 HCniKili M. HULME... >1 ill inter s.-il> Aril III ore AT,. Akron. U.N-1UM5 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Drnwor C Slow, Summit Co., Ohio. Published ^t-elily. Subscription price 50c a > far. Entered as sepund class matter Alfiv 4, 1937 at the Postoffice at Stow, Ohio, under Act of March 3, Office of publication, 36U W. Arndale lid., Stov.'. H. J. Stockman, Editor. are the benefactors of the race, the loving souls who give, give unstintingly of time and talent that all the earth may advance in happiness, prosperity, and the life that is to be. GEO. M. HULME <S> BIBLE STUDY LESSON JULY 6 Printed Text Acts 16:6-15. Golden Text Come over into Macedonia and help us. Acts 16:9. The third quarter continues on with the story of the early church in Europe, and is designed to help us build a more effective church today. Paul would have preached in Asia but he was constrained by the Spirit from doing so. A vision appeared to him in the night wherein a man stood saying "Come over into Macedonia and help us." So the gospel was carried into Europe instead of Asia. In Philippi, Athens, Corinth and Ephesus (now called Greece) Paul and his helpers took the message which was received with joy by many. Lydia, the seller of purple believed, the jailor where they were thrown in prison believed, and in some places a whole pagan city was awakened to the truth. This work, of course, was not without hindrance and persecution. The Jews who did not accept Christ as the Messiah hounded them and had them thrown in prison, even following them from town to town, complaining to the authorities until they had them beaten and put in jail. But even the jail was used to advantage by the conversion of the Philippian jailor. Wherever he was, Paul could not help but tell the message of salvation. THE HIGHWAY to public regard is paved with the performance of a Service of Sincerity where a discreet handling of the arrangements rings approval. The McGowan Funeral Home

3 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH i.ft- The great work of Paul in Europe is almost a rebuke to us who do so little for Christ. Hazel Gillam <t, MOTHERS CLUB The second meeting of the Stow Mothers Club was held Thursday evening, June 26 at the home of Mrs. J. G. Jackson, 250 Hile road. The following officers were installed: Mrs. James Hites, president; Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. H. F. Watkins, Publicity Chairman. Mothers of children between the ages of one to twelve who desire information regarding this club are requested to call Mrs. VV. D. Nickerson, OV ACTS OF KINDNESS Two weeks ago Martha came home from Sunday school and j:ook sick soon afterward. Dr. Pickard came the next morning and found her suffering from scarlet fever. Several times before we had had scares over fevers and rashes, but this time the doctor wasn't in doubt. Martha went to bed and has stayed there since, Mamma took over the care of the patient and David and Daddy started keeping bachelor apartments. To many of you readers this will be an old story, but it was our first siege. So far it' has been an enlightening experience. The hot weather hasn't helped any, but some acts of kindness by the neighbors have brightened days that otherwise would certainly have been dull and long. The miniature bouquets brought to our door by Mrs. Meeks have added no little to the attractiveness of Martha's trays and helped the lagging afternoon hours on their way. Mrs. Stein remembered her little friend also with a big branching bouquet of yellow posies that brought a big burst of sunshine into the room with them. FOR BETTER MILK SHAKES See IN STOW

4 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Neighbor Charles Mervin strolled over this evening with a fancy paper container full of novelty Japanese water flowers that will help tomorrow to pass more pleasantly for a little girl who is counting the days until she can get outside with David and Boy Pup again. This afternoon we had a most pleasant surprise, most pleasant because it was unexpected. A car stopped at the side door; and when I stepped outside, there stood Porter Ritchie holding one of the finest bouquets I have ever seen. Big white Japanese Iris, Poppies, foxglove, milk-white lilies, several varieties that I could not name and over and about all dainty white baby's breath all these raised, gathered and arranged by kind hands to bring cheer to a child whom he had never seen. That's Porter Ritchie. The beauty of the gift and the nice sentiment behind it so took me back that 1 fear that I expressed; very inadequately my feeling of thankfulness to this kind gentleman from Darrowville. And so v kind neighbors, you have ; helped with these acts of kindness, and we feel that you have enjoyed knowing that you have helped. It's a rather nice world after all. JOE A. MITTEN ' D. OF A. NOTICE Stow Council 192 will hold installation of officers Monday evening, July 7th. All officers please come in White. Lunch will be served. The D. of A. sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Houek at Loyal Oak on July 9th. Picnic Dinner. PERSONALS Jimmy Cox is a new trumpet player in our Bible school orchestra. Betty Monteith is working in the diet kitchen at the Akron City hospital. Harold Hamilton is now delivery boy and clerk at the Central Cash Market, Stow. Helen Andrews has returned to her home in Salt Lake City after visiting her former Stow friends. Miss Lona Grable of Lakewood, For Trouble Free Cars You can only drive safely in a car that's ready to stop on a dime; tightly joined; free of leaks; and fitted with tires that won't blow out. We'll make your car trouble-free for summer driving, by checking it point by point for safety features. Drive in today don't delay! MARHOFER CHEVROLET STOW OV-8919

5 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH i.ft- Stow Community Church REV. GEORGE M. HULME, Minister SUNDAY SERVICES Bible School 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 10:45 a. m. If you have no church home you are invited to come and worship with us. Ohio visited with Miss Gladys Weyrick, West Arndale Road last week. Bob Henry of Sharon Center, Ohio is visiting his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Henry of Williamson Road, Stow. Seventy-five dollars and fortysix cents was the sum of money reported collected in mite boxes at Bible school last Sunday morning. Twins, Richard and Robert Putt of Akron recently spent several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Putt, Franklin road, Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hall and son, Keith, are spending this July 4th visiting relatives on the farm at Shreve, Ohio. Lady in Munroe Falls, working fourth shift would like transportation to and from Miller or Firestone, Call OV C. W. Stahl and son, John, returned last Saturday from a three day visit with relatives, Mrs. Preston Walker and family in Somerset, Pa. For Sale White Rock Broilers, dressed free. Wm. Huston, 2nd house Lillian road, Stow or call WA Mr. and Mrs. Will Delahunte and children of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are guests of Mr. C. A. Thomas, West Graham Road. IMPORTANT READER'S DIGEST to new subscribers or those whose subscription expired with or before the issue of March 1941, seven months for $1.00. At 7 issues for $1.00, the subscriber pays only 14c a copy. 11c below newstand prices. He gets 7 issues for the price of 4. This is the lowest introductory price.ever offered, by this magazine of magazines. If you are interested in the swift changing news of the world from all sources, you will mail a dollar bill together with your name and address to the W. V. Smith Agency, Stow, O. Phone OV Subscriptions received before July 10th will start with the 184 oage July issue. BUCKLEY'S BARBER SHOP Marhofer STOW Block OHIO See Our Display Of ENAMEL WARE Prices 10c to 79c Stow 5c to $1 Store

6 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Bud Monteith is working now at the Silver Lake Greenhouse. You will enjoy buying your Fresh Vegetables, Berries, Poultry and Eggs at the Ford Bush Farm and Market, Darrowville. Deer, Deer. Two fawn ran out of Will Peck's corn field one day last week. Others, also, have reported seeing deer in this vicinity. Grandfather and antique clocks repaired, also electric motors, washers and sweepers. Files, saws and sheers sharpened. O. L. Zirkle, 146 Franklin Road, Stow. From where we stood on the church porch at the wedding last Thursday evening it looked as if the groom, Don Stein, received his full share of the kisses. For Sale: Dishes formerly used at the Village Inn, also table, chairs, beds, glassware and kitchen utensils. Mrs. Moulton, West Graham road, at the water tower, BUILDING TILE CEMENT BLOCK BRICK SEWER PIPE DRAIN TILE CEMENT LIME SAND GRAVEL Other Materials TRUCKING Please Call For Prices E. M. Guise Coal and Supply Co. j MUNROE FALLS, O. 5 OV-8711 w w v w t w w w w w w w w J Get your picnic supplies, guns, caps, etc. for that July 4th celebration at the Stow 5 to $1.00 Store. Helen Louise Bush, Darrowville, now wears a sparkling diamond on the third finger of her left hand. Now what could that mean? Visitors this week and next at the home of Mrs. A. J. Brust are her father and sister, Mr. Carpenter and Miss Carpenter of Athens, Ohio. PLANT NOW. Fifty varieties of flower plants available at the Silver Lake Florists. For your benefit the Silver'Lake Green House is extending their one cent sale on porch box plants. Buy one plant, the second plant costs you only a penny. Boats. From $17.00 to $ F. A. Coffeen, 227 North River St., Kent, Ohio. (Adv). Note from the Ladies class: We have been pleased to have Mrs. Moulton again with us for the past few Sundays. Before leaving Stow at one time Mrs. Moulton was a very active member of Community church. Wanted Mowing of any kind with new Allis Chalmers mower, also will do plowing and fitting. Go'od work. Reasonable price. Cash. Louis Griggy, Ritchie road, Stow. Dentist i; DR. W. B. OCKER I;!; Credit Extended!; OV a m. to 9 p. m.<; t Spaght BIdg., Stow Antiques Repaired Refinished Cabinet Work Upholstering Clint E. Worcester Darrowville...Tel. WA-7553

7 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH i.ft- FUL-O-PEP CHICK STARTER and GROWING MASH for BETTER PULLETS BINDER TWINE BERRY BOXES TURKEY FEEDS DUCK FEEDS DOG FEEDS FEEDERS and FOUNTS For Growing Chicks SPRAYERS Many Kinds INSECTICIDES For Killing Many Kinds of Bugs BAUGHMAN'S FEED STORE OV-8413 STOW Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Mountz of Gorge Park Blvd. expect to fish for trout in Michigan this next week end. Besides fish it is also their hope to catch,;a glimpse of the nest of the Kirtland: Warbler whose only known nesting ground is in three counties of North Central Michigan. Keep the flies out. Screens of all sizes and kinds made to order. Trellises and garden fences. Segelhorst, 734 Hudson Road, Stow. T udy Sansic, airplane mechanic for Uncle Sam some place in Illinois, left last Friday after a short visit with his father and sister on Ritchie Road, Stow. 'Tis said he hiad an opportunity to ride one of his Uncle Sam's new pursuit planes a part of the way both coming home and returning to work. For sale pure, cider vinegar made from Golden Delicious apples, twenty cents per gallon. J. W. Goodenber;ger, 200 Ritchie rd., Stow. With caps being provided by the department and shirts already in the possession of those who successfully completed a course in first aid,' Stow Fire Department are operating fire works stands in Stow this week, proceeds from which go toward purchase of remainder of uniforms, same to be presented to those successfully completing drill exercises now in progress. This will -be your last chance to buy fireworks for private use since their sale after this year is prohibited by State law. o^ja^js^sseja^sssssagijbgiss^jbgijb^s. W. C. GERBER AND SON THE FRIENDLY STATION

8 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Light Hauling, rubbish or anything up to 1/2 or 2 ton, local or trips. Call O. L. Cook, WA Birthdays celebrated in Bible school last Sunday were those of Daniel Easterling, Robert Hamilton, Mrs. Maida Johnson and Mr. Charles Traxler. Mrs. Johnson was seventy-five years young and Mr. Traxler eighty-one. Lost in vicinity of Stow High sch'ool Saturday night June 21st one closed face watch with chain attached, pearl knife and white gold wedding ring. Liberal reward. Waieh has sentimental value. Call OV Stow Fire Department members made' a futile attempt with the inhalator to save the life of Mr. Frank A. Rabe who passed away with a heart attack at the home of his son Albert E. Rabe, 152 So. Marcella ave. last Saturday about 1:30 A. M. Mr. Rabe, age sixty-five, of Akron, besides his son in Stow is survived by his wife Mary A. and five other children. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Jacksonville, O. Broilers. Leghorns, 25c lb.; heavies 28c lb. Also heavy hens. Dressed free. Damons, OV After a vacation and visit with his father Stanley G. Gaylord of Munroe Falls, William Gaylord and his bride returned last week to San Diego, California where he is employed by the Consolidated Aircraft Corporation. While the young folks have been married since February, this is the first that the home folks knew anything about it. The bride was formerly Miss Lynn Asphlund of Barberton but has lived in the West for sometime past. When you figure on a pump see a man with eighteen years experience in this section. E. F. Kastens, Plumbing, East Graham Road, Stow. OV (Ad 1.) Now on a two weeks vacation from his job with the W. A. Sheaffer Pen Company at Fort Madison, Iowa, Jack Beckley with his girl friend Betty Millard dropped in last Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Beckley of 13 Munroe Falls Road, Stow. Jack, who is a Stow High Schol graduate, class of '39, also brought along his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. McCabe of Fort Madison, Iowa. Mrs. McCabe is Mr. Beckley's sister. Chestnut tomato stakes '/ 2 c per lineal foot. 2x4's, 2x6's, 2x8's, 4x4's and inch chestnut. Also walnut, poplar, cherry and oak. Joe A. Mitten, 142 Thorndale. OV Experience Is A Great Teacher Get Your Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Anything in Furniture at McGRAIL ANTIQUE SHOP Phone OV E. Kent Rd. Stow, O. lllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllllli Ritchies Meat Market The Home of Better Meats N. L. Ritchie, Prop. 407 Ritchie Rd.

9 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH i.ft- Paper Hanging. Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed. Call evenings, WA-8297 <s> FISH CREEK Cards are coming from Bad Lands in the Dakotas and other western points of interest where Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Bivins are enjoying their vacation. Friday noon the card club of Mrs. Charles Turner had a picnic dinner at the Turner home, 110 Darrowville rd. Mr. Turner spent the afternoon with Horace Green at Brady Lake. Shirley Taylor of Cuyahoga Falls came Saturday to spend part of her vacation with her sister, Mrs. Don Weston and family. Miss Ruth Swinehart took her sister, Mrs. Harold Harvey and her nieces Heather and Angeline to Cleveland Wednesday evening to attend the Russian Ballet at the Hanna Theatre, a little cousin of the Harvey girls being one of the dancers. Ted Brittan says, "I've been waiting a long time for this 4th of July to arrive. "Mr. Brittan will be 80 on that date and expects to entertain his favorite cousin, Charles Bromley of Cleveland Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Bromley have helped him celebrate his birthdays many times. During Mrs. E. L. Moore's visit with her sister, Mrs. I. E. Brittan she gave a luncheon at "The Wishing Well" for a group of her former Ravenna friends. The Moores left Friday morning for their Long Island home and on Sunday the H. L. Witzamans arrived from Long Island to spend two weeks at the home of I. E. Brittan. LEST WE FORGET Our resentment toward the present German Government for interfering with the kind of life most of us want to live, is so bitter that we are likely to include all people of Germanic birth with Hitler and his ruthless crew. It will perhaps do no harm to be reminded that all of us whose forefathers came from England are of German origin. History and the study of origins has always interested me. To go back to the beginning. Tradition has it that when the sons of Noah came out of the Ark they were all black. In some way they heard of a miraculous pool in which if they bathed they would be washed white. Jathep outran the other two and was completely Bleached. When Shem got there he found just enough water to make his skin yellow and for poor Ham there was only enough to soak the bottom of his feet and palms of his hands. Ham journey- NU-WAY CLEANING AND PRESSING There is a Difference INVISIBLE SHOE REBUILDING KNIGHT SERVICE CO. WA Front St. Cuyahoga Falls

10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH i.fted southward into Africa. Shorn went east and is the father of the Chinese and Japs. Some of the children of Jathep, the fair haired, blue eyed son turned toward the west and north into Europe and there in the valley of the Elbe and along the shores of the Baltic sea his descendants made their homes. They were a hardy adventurous people divided into small tribes, constantly warring among themselves. The collective name for them was German (Spearman) or Deutsch which means The People. Perhaps that is where Hitler gets his notion that his people are supermen. During the fifth and sixth centuries some of these warlike Deutsch overran and conquered most of western Europe. In most of the countries they invaded they met weak resistance and in a comparatively short time the conquerors accepted the manners and customs of the conquered country but in the Isle of Briton the natives fought bravely and it was several centuries before they were completely subdued or in fact almost annihilated so that England today is inhabitated by people of almost pure German stock. Much of the language and of the laws we use come down to us from them. First of these people to come to Briton were the Angles. This German tribe lived in what is now Sleswick Holdstein on the peninsula south of Denmark, later came the Saxons, from these two we get our name Anglosaxon. Even before the invaders had secured themselves in Briton they began fighting among themselves and the island changed rulers several times before the Norman conquest in However all of the rulers during that time were of German origin so that if Hitler conquers Briton he will not be the first German to do it. We Yankees are simply transplanted Englishmen. While the U. S. has been the melting pot in which people of many nationalities have been merged the dominating force has always been English but there are thousands of patriotic liberty loving citizens of this country who are of foreign birth. Many of them are from Germany and we must not r.clude them in the hatred and contempt we feel for Hitler and his Nazis. It would be interesting, at least to me, to tell more of the history of the great European countries. In my opinion the primary cause of the present war is the commercial rivalry between the English and Germans for the world's business. FRANK A. GREEN Everything In The Food Line For The July 4th Picnic KENT-STOW MARKET On Kent Rd. Top of Hill Fourth of a Mile Past Fish Creek Telephone Kent 4234

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