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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. II Friday, November I, 1935 STOW, OHIO No. 45 REVIVAL N O V. 3, TO 17 "O,.Jehovah, Revive Thy Work In The Midst Of The Years." The old ; prophet looking across the Hebrew Kingdom and this was his prayer. Habakkuk 3:2, The word, "revive," means to animate, to re-awaken, a renewed interest, to refresh, to bring back from a state of neglect. The deeper meaning of the word, revive, is implied in the fact that» we organize for a revival, the bold fact stares us in the face that we evidently need a revival. We have neglected, we have weakened, we.have failed, therefore, we confess- our shameful indolunce, we beg forgiveness of our Heavenly Father, we purpose to renew our vows, to consecrate ourselves anew. Yea, we pray the prayer of the old prophet.' "0 Jehovah, Revive Thy Work In The Midst Of The Year." Who 1'n Stow finds a deep and lasting joy in their religion? finds in their religion Life's richest investment? who lives to the limit of their spiritual privileges? my friends, let us be revived. gone. Who Now, just Come then, No alibi now and let excuses be Come, enrich your soul at the altar of God. Rev. 0. C. Maple of Elyria, Ohio, evangelist and Bible teacher, nationally known, will preach at Community Church, Stow beginning Sunday night, NoVember 3rd to November 17th. A gospel singer will co-operate in the meeting beginning Monday night November 4th. EVERYBODY IS INVITED. Geo. M. Hulme, Minister

2 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS STOW COMMUNITY C H U R C H GEORGE M. HULME, Minister 859 Ardmore Ave., Akron Tel. HE THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Stow, Summit County Ohio SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 50c A YEAR Published Weekly F. R. Howe, Pr. Akron H. J. Stockman Editor and Manager Box 191 R - 3 KENT, OHIO Address all communications relating to this Paper to the Editor C H U R C H CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL Sunday 3:30 MORNING WORSHIP - - Sunday 10:45 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Sunday 6:30 p.ir. ORCHESTRA PRACTICE Wad. 5:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NOTES This S u n d a y Miss Mildred Osm a n will lead Christian Endeavor. T h e topic: "What do I know about God?" The scripture Ps. 89:1-34 and 1st J o h n 4:16. It is consecration meeting. Com e at 6:30 p. m. We aim to start on time. This S a t u r d a y evening at eight o'clock the C E. Social Committee will "put on" a Hallowe'en party a t the home of Roy Lowe.' All young people of the church are invited. Junior C. E. is held on S u n d a y at 6:30 p. m. in the church basement. John Byron Stockman, leader. Topic "Finding the Heavenly F a t h e r. " Bible lesson 1, Samuel 3. sm DR. C. C. MAPLE, EVANGELIST who will be with us during the next two weeks THREE MINTJtES Rev. Hulme tells us t h a t if we would have a great church at Stow (1) Those who come to bible school should remain for church, (2) On Sunday mornings at church it will be necessary for members to give u p the back seats and ' S I T UP FRONT," (3) Attend the church business meeting and prayer meeting this Friday night and (4) Get H I S organization is equipped to serve within a radius of several miles. Our service is broad enough to encompass every need. Connections with leading firms throughout the country. The McGowan Funeral Home Exclusive Invalid Car Service W A. 1313

3 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS WE SELL Only the Best Shell Gas Station 140 East Kent Rd. Stow, "Eddie" Parsons, Prop. KNIGHT'S SERVICE SHOP STOW, OHIO Cleaning' -:- Pressing Shoe Repairing LAUNDRY WORK Phone WA O t~<r> c e i e GAS OIL HOSIICStY NOTIONS HUDSON ROAD GROCERY Coriur Unlontiete and Huriwi RJ. Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Ham, Wiflrs. Phone WA E. M. GUISE Coal & Supply Co. WA Munroe Falls behind Dr. M,aple in our revival meeting during the next two weeks. CHOIR PRACTICE 'Has been changed to 8:00 p. m. Wednesdays. PERSONAL ITEMS Attend the revival meetings. Mrs. Schnee is considerably better. Attendance at C. E. business meeting last Monday evenings was fifteen. The Nichols girls are recovering nicely. They hope to be out before' long. Mr. Dick Raerick is working with a steel company- in Canton now. On November 6th the D-ames of ftlalta will hold a party in Marhoffer hall. Next Tuesday evening the ladies of the Stow Church of Christ will serve an election night supper. Last week on Tuesday Mrs. R L. Marcellus, 221 West Arndale road, underwent a,n operation at the City hospital. ;Mr. John Frye and family, form- Automobile Insurance IN ALL ITS BRANCHES W, F. CARLISLE WA E, Graham Road

4 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS Whaf did Paul mean by heaven? QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS "caught up with the third This scripture is from Second Corinthians 12:2. Paul here gives a word picture of his own experience ^probably the most outstanding vision of his whole life. In the Jewish teaching of Paul's day, the first heaven was the clouds, the second was the stars, and the third was beyond all human vision the seat of divine glory. Spiritually, Paul was advanced to a stage beyond any previous experience. Again Paul was so absorbed in the wonders of the spiritual realm that material things faded and became dim and uninteresting in his glorified state. Does the revelation of God's love make the doctrine of hell incredible? To answer glibly, yes, it certainly does. However, a study of other aspects of the subject would modify or completely change the first impression Punishment and reward are fixed laws of human life. No man can escape their exacting toll Punishment is not an affliction of an austere God, but rather, it is the result of the human choice. If your moy at school in spite of all warning and advice, neglects, trifles and idles, the chances are 19 to 1 that failure and sorrow will be his lot. GEO. M. HULME Revival Meeting Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday Each Evening - 7:30 P. M. DR. G. C. MAPLE, Evangelist C O M E!

5 5 You can do BETTER in Stow at the MERIT MEAT MARKET Four doors east of Isaly's The Thomas Coal Co. Pfyone Wfl West Graham Rd. por instruction on the Piano see or call MRS. DAISY WETMORE 111 West Kent Rd., Stow Phone WA CIDER MILL 1.Wile West of Darrowville Custom work (in Tuesday, Friday and Saturday FRED BIENZ Best Grade irish COBBLER POTATOES 65c Per Bushel Chas. Trommer 263 Wesi Arndale erly of Homewood Avenue, now reside at 198 North Sanford avenue. Thelma Belt, age 8, Diagonal road, one of our Sunday school scholars has acute tonsilitis. Who is Elmer? Elmer is a pig. Elmer got away. George Whalen has Elmer now. Ask George why he has Elmer now. Who gets Elmer next? This Wednesday evening Stow Church of Christ held a Hallowe'en party for everybody. It is reported that Dr. Ormond and wife have tickets for the Ohio- Notre Dame football game this Saturday at Columbus. Presumably they will attend. The school board recently approved an appropriation of thirty dollars per month for a band leader or instructor. Band practice is on jeach Tuesday evening. Miss Ruth Neville and friend Mabel Faulkner, both of whom work in Chicago, spent the last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neville, Marhoffer avenue. The three months old son of Am- W. O. GERBER & SON SALES and EXPERT SERVICE Sunoco Products W. C GERBER REPAIR WORK on Fords and other cars WA C. F GERBER

6 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS WRITE THIS NAME ON YOUR BALLOT IN THE SPACE PROVIDED / FOB JUSTICE OF THE PEACE X j DAVID H. WILEY Fully qualified to handle this office, having over five years experience on dockets working as Constable in the City of Cuyahoga Falls. Years of Legal Training, Fairminded and Impartial. Well versed on Ohio State Code in actions before Justices. WRITE on your ballot DAVID H. WILEY-for Justice of the Peace, and help keep Stow a fine place in which to live. Political Ad. brose Black, Homewood avenue, is in St. Thomas hospital, ill with pneumonia. Miss June Black has ifceen out of school for the past four or five weeks with a fractured leg. Stow Music club members are practicing on a Christmas cantata to be held Christmas eve, eleven p. m., Stow Church of Christ. Golden text for Sunday: "Righteousness exalteth a nation; but sin is a reproach to any people." Proverbs 14:34. * Miss Jean Ohrichton of Hudson road entertained a group of friends at a Hallowe'en party last Monday evening. Mrs. A. Sylvester, 139 East Gra-. ham road, is now able to sit uj after another sick spell. Eleanor* Bieber and Beverly Bridges entertained a group of friends with a Hallowe'en party on. Saturday afte(rnoon of last week at the home of Eleanor's grandmother, Mrs. Sylvester. All of those present enjoyed the afternoon party very much. Mrs. Karoline Fuetterer of Akron, who hag been nursing her daughter Mrs. Schnee during the RIVE Out and get! g a supply of ourj fhome Cured, Hickory^ ISmoked Ham & Baconi fllw.bflrber Home Dressed and! Cured Meats One mile north of HUDSON I Tel. 100X-1 ff r f State Route 91 1 i i latters illness, spent the l&st weekend at her home in Akron. Stow Council D, of A. No. 192 will hold a party for the public after their business session Monday i A. J. K U R I N S K Y TEACHER OF VIOLIN West Graham Road

7 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE YES FOR FIRE PROTECTION BOND ISSUE 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. 5th. To assure the continuation and use of present Equipment and Service. To protect the lives and homes of Stow Township Citizens. To assure the continuance of present reduced insurance rates. To save the investment already made. The cost will be about 23c per thousand dollars of assessed valuation per year. W. E. Bridgers, Secretary Stow Volunteer Fire Department PROPOSED BOND ISSUE Shall bonds be issued by Stow Township, Summit County, Ohio, for the purpose of purchasing Fire Apparatus and Equipment, also a building to house same, in the sum of Five Thousand Dollars, ($ ) and a levy of taxes be made outside of the ten mill limitation, estimated by the County Auditor to average.2298 mills for a maximum period of ten years, to pay the principal and interest of such bonds? ' X For the bond issue Against the bond issue

8 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS C O A NEW "PHILA" LUMP WEST POINT LUMP and VARIOUS OTHER GRADES Buy your Coal from a Trucker and Save Money Extra Low Price on Five and Seven Ton Lots The Thomas Coal Company Wfl West Graham Rd. STOW evening, November 4th, admission 1 10c per person For sale or give away Anyone desiring some 75 or 100 first class phonograph records, see Mrs. C. F. Meredith, 224 Marhoffer avenue. Visitors at the home of Mrs. C. F. Meredith last Sunday were her son from Lakemore and Mrs. Laura Bergdorf and son of Gale St., Akron. In the absence of his wife and son A. J. Kurinsky was a dinner guest Sunday at the home of N. W. Biggs. It is rumored that sixteen chickens cor^ributed to the pleasure of the occasion. The Graham road Baptist church has been, newly decorated on the inside and recently painted on the outside. The Missionary society of the afore mentioned church met this Wednesday (all day) with Mrs Ashton on Homewood avenue. Mr. N. W. Biggs was recently elected secretary of the Goodrich Foremen's club. This organization boasts of 800 members who main 1 - tain an office and complete club rooms at the Goodrich plant. Lost, strayed or stolen from 462 E. Kent road about 2:00 p. m. last Saturday two white turkeys. Finder please return to above address or call Mrs. W. E. Fateman, WA IMrs. Martha Barnard and Mr. W. I. Fischel were united in marriage last Saturdky by Rev. Davis at the court house, Akron. These good people will make their home at 155 Franklin avenue, Stow. ISALY'S. -ATT- STTO SANDWICHES COFFEE HOT CHOCOLATE MILK SHAKE SUNDAES POP - - ONCE - - ISALY'S ALWAYS H. A. REARICK. PROPRIETOR

9 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS SATURDAY, NOV. 2 A N E W CHEVROLET The only complete low-priced car Beautiful beyond belief WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT MARHOFER CHEVROLET STOW, OHIO

10 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS Friends Service Station GRAHAM & HUDSON ROADS Fleetwing Gas & Motor Oils sn FLEET0WING that's all Come in and visit Bill Bridgers a resident of your own Town who has taken this station over We are now handling a small stock of groceries, canned goods, candies, ice cream and soft drinks We are also handling a complete line of Fleetwing Hot Water Heaters and Frost Shields for your cars Zerone & Alcohol for your radiators PRICES ARE RIGHT

11 Prank Green tells us tliat according to old township records the first township officials were elected in And the minutes of ancient township meetings record how the trustees used to send the constable to undesirables giving them thirty days notice to get out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gage of Saybrook, Ohio, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs C. V. Shakespeare, Munroe Palls Mrs. Gage was formerly Miss Pearl Klinger of Stow. It was Mrs. Gage who sang the beautiful contralto solo for us Sunday morning. Those who celebrated their birthdays last Sunday by contributing to the birthday fund are as follows: Mrs. Prank R. Bishelp, jane Henderson, Mona Shuman. Eugene Lowe, Ned Brenner and Ruth Ilene Monteith Erratum: Mr. Prank Green corrects us. The town hall in place of being built in the eighteen forties was built in '1868. This was the year Prank Green was born. The ne w commander of the Roger A. Moore Post, Mr. Conrad Meyers and his wife entertained the post members and their families at a masquerade party at Marhoffer hall last Wednesday evening. About two hundred attended. A very pleasant evening was spent playing games and dancing. 11 An evening session of the Stow Public schools is being planned for this Friday evening. The parents are invited to attend. (It will probably be past history when you read this announcement.) Two toys from Scout Troop No 15o were recently advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor held at the Palls Hi school Saturday, October 26th. These boys are Richard Cundiff and Paul Monteith. Guest of honor of the evening was Roger Peckinbaugh of the Cleveland Indians who for an hour and twenty minutes entertained OUR BOSS GETS TOP EGG PRICFS HE FEEDS FUL-O-PEP EGG MASH GET BIG PREMIUM EGGS The kind that bring top prices. Give your hens a chance to produce them in quantity feed f?ul* VPEP & EGG V MASH JL It contains the nutritious elements which sustain high egg production and keeps layers up in body weight. BAUGHMAN'S FEED STORE Phone WA FREE get a BIG two dollae Photo 8 X I 0 of yourself for your wife, husband, child, fiiend or sweetheart at the STOW HARDWARE

12 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS the boys with a. talking motion picture program showing all the fine points of baseball. TO THE CITIZENS OF STOW TOWNSHIP The Stow Volunteer Fire Department in appealing for the passing of the Fire Department Bond Issue, wish to call attention to the following facts: Through the efforts of the members and through the subscriptions and donations made, the department is now recognized as one of the best volunteer departments in the state of Ohio. Over $ has been raised and spent to date, as payments on equipment and building, salaries of two drivers, insurance on equipment and members, electric current telephone service, heat, chemicals, supplies and what not. By the passing of the Fire Department Bond Issue, it will be possible to pay off the still outstanding indebtedness of $ , continue the good work already started and put the cost on a more equal basis by having every one pay his share. In Stow Township alone during the year 1934, there were 49 fire calls at which 703 hours were.spent in Fighting fire^. So far in 1905 there have been 28 fire calls at which 416 hours havj been spent in fighting fires, The members, with the exception of the two drivers, donate their time and often ruin their clothes in order that the township may havo proper protection. The passing of the Fire Department Bond Issue will not provide for additional equipment, tut will be the means of paying for the equipment now in use, and the continuance of the present service. Your vote is needed, as it 'is necessary that the bond issue pass by 65 per cent of the votes cast. By W. F. CARLISLE, Treasurer (ADV.) A FEDRAL LOAN We now have a Federal Loan where by you can buy Grunow Electric Refrigerators, ABC Washing Machines, Electric Stoves, Electric Ironers, arid natural Gas Stoves with nothing down'' and three years to pay. Minimum monthly payments are $4.15. The interest on the unpaid balance is only 5 per cent, a year. Con you beat this? COME IN AND SEE US The Stow Hardware Co. WA STOW, OHIO

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