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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. II MINISTER'S COLUMN What constitutes a good sermon? It is the tone of the human voice that makes the sermon, the snap of the human eye, the thrill of the subject, the surge of a mighty conviction, it is the response to a great urge. A good sermon may have faulty English, may be a little wobbly in its homiletical construction, may lack a bit in rhetoric. probably Simon Peter at Pentecost was guided little by the old Hebrew grammar. To the Apostle Jesus lived and the Holy Spirit was upon him. Heaven, God, and Immortality was now a reality. The fire of a great change burned in his soul. A good sermon is not the reciting of these historic facts. A good sermon is the expression of a [ike experience in your life, so marked, so fraught with meaning that one would choke if they couldn't tell it. A good sermon is the delivery of a straight-forward message, the conveyor or speaker reeling himself to be the mouthpiece of God. A good sermon plants truths that find lodgment in human hearts. A good sermon honors the Christ whose gospel the minister is sworn to preach. A?ood sermon explains and interprets the lessons of the old book. A good sermon is tender, full of good cheer, entreats and puts a renewed hope in the souls of men. A sermon is good when the congregation is in a receptive mood, when human hearts are ready to receive it, when the soul hungers and cries out for the things that make for life and heaven and God. A serm on is out of place in the ball park Friday, October II,J935 STOW, OHIO No. 41 or at the bathing beach or the village dance. It's different in sickness, in sorrow. It's different when one wearies of the emptiness or the hollowness of human strife, when the spirit revolts at toil and tears and human deception. There's a time and place for the sermon. There's a time when the human heart will gladly welcome a whispered prayer or a kindly spoken word. Sometimes the soul expresses the brute, sometimes it comes into its own, it hears, it opens the bar, it admits the heavenly guest, the fallow ground is broken and is ready for the seed. Prepare your heart for the Sunday service, my brother, rise up at the call of the birds, walk along the brcok, consider the flowers, te silent. fill your soul with God, sense your needs, remember your shortcomings, your sins. Head toward the church, drink, drink deep at life spring. Look for something in the sermon that is meant for you and you and you. Peel that you are there to be spoken to, don't shut the windows of your soul and be proud that you have ability to score a,s a critic or fault finder. Sit down and humbly feel your need of God and His word. Be still and take your portion. A good sermon is a fitting word from an earnest soul to a waiting heart. GEO. M. HULME, Minister COME HOME Sunday is to be our annual Homecoming Day. All those who claim the Community Church as their church home now or have claimed it as such in times past must not fail to b e present at, and Subject of Sermon Sunday John

2 STOW COMMUNITY CHURCH GEORGE M. HULME, - - Minister 859 Ardmore Ave., Akron Tel. HE. $275 CHURCH CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL Sunday 9:30 MORNING WORSHIP - - Sunday 10:45 HOMECOMING Basket Lunch Sun. 1 p.m. Afternoon Services - - 3:00 p.m. Christian Endeavor - - 6:30 p. m. Musibal - - 7:30 p. m- LADIES GUILD - Wednesday 10:00 a. m. ORCHESTRA PRACTICE Wed. 6:30 p. m. CHOIR PRACTICE - Thursday 7:30 p. m. HOMECOMING Sunday Oct. 13th 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 to which we hope the whole community. will see fit.to come. Mr. A. J. Kurinsky directing the Bible School Orchestra. will be there at this Evening Musical to entertain you. You are most cordially invited to attend. What more can we say? ' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR The C. E. Society met last Sunday evening, at which time the executive committee announced appointment of the following com-\ mittee chairmen: Prayer Meeting Jame s Cross.. Look Out Roy Lowe. Recreational Geneva Coleman. Music John stahl. Twenty-six young people were present at this meeting. _ Plans are being laid for a large society built around standard Ohrist/ian Endeavor rules and regulations. Leaders of Christian Endeavor Paper to the Editor prayer meetings appointed are Roy -p Lowe for Sunday, October a ana to take some part in the Home- Misg Mattie, c, arver for. Sul?_ coming services this Sunday. day, October 20. Everybody i s invited especially AU young people who desire to the old timers. make themselve s useful in Christ's Bible school at 9:30 a. m. follow- work and e njoy christian fellowship ed by the morning worship. Then with young. people-if they are not a basket lunch.or dinner about 1:00 members elsewhere are invited to p. m. followed by 3:00 o'clock attend our Sunday evening meetafternoon services. The Young ings. Tj me : 6:30 p. m. Peoples'. Society of Christian En- NOTICE! deavor at 6:30 p. m. followed by Ladies> Guild To Meet In Cleveland an evening musical U 7:30 p. m. At 10 a m Wednesday, October iln OUR FUNERAL HOME there is a fine PIPE ORGAN, and its wonderful music is available to all as a part of our service The McGowan Funeral Home Exclusive Invalid Car Service WA. 1313

3 LUNCH AT ISALY'S SPECIAL SERVICE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN I Mile West of Darrowville Custom work oil Tuesday, Friday and Saturday FRED BIENZ ^fho will donate a two burner Oil Stove for the FIRE DEPARTMENT 16. the Ladies' Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. C. B. Mincks, 261 Hudson road, from which place they will leave for the home of Mrs. H. F. Bareh, 3525 Hyde Park (Ave. or Blvd.) Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Those ladies having cars please be on time. Transportation will be furnished all those who do not ^jitou WINTER C O M EC A N D S E E SANDWICHES COFFEE HOT CHOCOLATE MILK SHAKE SUNDAES POP have cars, gas and oil expense be- CIDER MILL ing divided among those Who go. Remember! Be at C. B. Mincks home, 10 a, m., Wednesday. Call or see Mrs. C. A. Thomas for further details. CHOIR ORGANIZES Decides To Hold Box Social After practice on last Thursday night the choir organized with the following officers being elected: President Mrs. Cross. Secretary-Librarian Miss Geneva Coleman. Treasurer Russell Houck. First of the fall activities will be a BOX SOCIAL to be given at the church Friday evening, Oct. 18 at 7:30. Plan s are being made for a very entertaining program and if you come you are assured of a good time. The choir hopes to prove that an old fashioned box social can still be the source of a pleasant evening. Every one is invited. DRIVING equip your car with one of Marhofer's genuine Chevrolet Car Heaters, and a Willard Battery AND FOR FROSTY MORNINGS, be sure you have your Radiator tilled with.marhofer's Anti Freeze. MARHOFER WA. is-3 CHEVROLET STOW, OHIO

4 Automobile Insurance IN ALL ITS BRANCHES W. F. CARLISLE WA E, Graham Road Groceries GAS OIL HOSI Kit Y NOTIONS HUDSON ROAD QROCERY Corner Uniondale and Hudson Rd. Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Ham, Mgrs. Phone WA EDITOR'S NOTE: In case you are not aware how to conduct yourself at a Box Social, here are the rules and they are simple: Each lady young or old brings a box containing lunch for TWO. Don't let the men know which is your box, just write your name on a slip of paper and put it on the inside. Then the men and, boys bring the cash. Some auctioneer such as Woodring will then auction off the boxes, and according to rules and regulations the highest bidder gets the box and the lady that goes with it. They eat supper together. STOW BAND ASSOCIATION HOLDS WEINER ROAST Saturday afternoon and evening around 40 or 50 members of the 8. B. Association,, together with, the children, held a Werner Roast at the home of Mr. and (Mrs. V., J. Henderson, Baumberger Rd. Many werners, much hiome made toe Cream, Cake and Com were consumed. It is reported that everj'- fcody liad such a good time that they left their hats, gloves and poctoet-lbookis for tihe Hendersonls to use. PERSONALS Ladies Guild Bazaar Dec. 13th. Sunday is Homecoming Day. Christian Endeavor meets at 6:30 P. M.. The Musical is at 7:30 P. M. The Minister say he thinks you ought to come 'to Ohiurcih. The "fear of edath is doubt of Christ". Mr. Wiells, Berger Ave., has a lame knee. * P. T. A. postponed indefinitely on account of the heating system. There is no Rlhine on the Baoon you buy" from Barbers. (Adv.) E. M. Guise was "all sold out" of coal last Sat. night. (Adv.) IN CASE OF F t n c Call 1 K C W A. 2211

5 HOME CURED HICKORY SMOKED Ham and Bacon Now Ready A. W. B ARB ER 1 HOME DRESSED & CURED MEATS ONE MILE NORTH OF HUDSON Telephone 1 00 X 1 State Route 9! y, yyyyy.y.'yy /yyyyy y.y.y y /yy yyy.y.yy/.y.y.j /./././.«yy/. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Steel of Columbus were visitors last Sunday.at the heime of Ernest Belt, Uniondale Ave. We suggest you writ a letter to Miss Eloise Zircle. Her address is 3800 New Hampshire Ave.. N. W Washington D. c. Mrs. Alice Tteile, Aunt of Mrs. Ralph Sommers, West Graham Rd., died Monday at the Sommer home. Burial was in the state of Massachusetts. "The sleep of a laboring man is sweet, whether he eat little or much; taut the abundance of the rich will not suffer him to sleep." Eccliesiastes 5:12. Last Friday evening Mrs. Cross and her class of girls surprised ja,ne Henderson with a party in honor of sixteenth birthday. We shall expect 16 cents from Jane Sunday. "'I'M A 1 DOG BISCUIT' 'ss,:,,' *>Y : -Ajs "Fsad me to your dog 4 or 5 morn- ^ ings a week. I'll " ' - -' provide him with the gnawing food he needs for clean, strong teeth, healthy gums, and good digestion and at the same time I'll balance his diet to help him live longer." Large knuckle bones are O. K. but beware of small steak, chop, or fowl bones that splinter into sharp dangerous pieces. Feed Miller's Biscuits. BAUGHMAN'S FEED STORE Phone WA STOW, OHIO MILLER'S DOG FOODS Mr. A. J. Kurinsky will play selections at both morning and evening church services W. C. GERBER & SOIN SALES and x^psh^ REPAIR WORK EXPERT S E R V I C E < S S I G 3 P N F M D *J * Sunoco Products WA * OTHER W. C. GERBER C. F. GERBER

6 You can do BETTER in Stow at the MERIT MEAT MARKET Four doors east of Isaly's The Thomas Coal Co. Pbone W West Graham Rd. Mrs. William Omibetit of Akron a former resident of JStow died last 'Friday, Burial Monday. Some people make a great of noise when they should be quiet. (Wje mean at Church, of course.) Florence and Berttia Niohols,, daughters Of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Baumberger Rd., are reported as haveing Typhoid Fever. It is reported.that Mrs. A. J. Brust, Edigeiwood Drive, had her tonsils. removed last Monday. Birthdays celebrated last Sunday were those of Howard Osman and Dick Osman, while pennies were placed in the box in memory Vei Luan Stockman, whose fourth birthday was last Saturday, Oct. 5-th. The Editor knows of a young man who has been paying a considerable amount of rent each month for the ast three years and now wishes to apply this amount as payment on a desirable property with some acreage,,preferably some place between Stow and Hudson. Who has anything like this to sell? Discussing Stewardship last Sunday, the Minister remarked that several of the "Important" families were absent. Now what could he have meant by tihat? Mrs. Perry A. Schnee was absent last Sunday on account of illness. She had been confined to her bed a good part of the previous week and is reported as still being confined to her bed. Nina Lou, six year old daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Franik Burmeister, Williamson' Rd., died last Friday, after a long (illness, at the Children's Hospital, Akron. Rev G. M. Baumgardner was in charge of the funerail services Sunday, burial in Orown Hill Cemetery. Wle hereby express our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to these foiks who have lost their little girl. Claims he was perfectly' sober. Jack Maphoffer stepped out of the Stow Drug Stare' last Saturday night, stepped in some one ^elsps car, leaving his own standing there, drove home and went! to bed: Eddiie Ruggles, the Acme- C'lerk wtho lives on East Graham Rd., wants to sell his Chevrolet so as to A. J. KURINSKY TEACHER OF VIOLIN 3 I 0 West Graham Road

7 DRIVE IN At Our Station You Will Be Pleased WITH OUR SERVICE Shell Gas Station 140 East Kent Rd. Stow, "Eddie" Parsons, Prop. E. M, GUISE Coal & Supply Co. WA Munroe Falls foe aible to buy a new set of false teeh. i It is rumored that Miss Margaret Sudrecker, Ellsworth Rd., and Mr. Clyde Sampson, Wlest Graham Rd., were married last Satuirday morning. A Steward is one who carries on his shoulders the responsibility for some one elses property. The Youing Peoples Class received the Bible for having the highest percentage attendance at Bible School on Rally Day. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Shakespeare, Munroe Palls left lasit Saturday for Grand Rapids, Miicli., where they will visit with Mir. and Mrs. Hayden ("Gappy") Davies, amid ttan all four iof these folks expect to go on up to Pieihioskey whdicih is: in the northern pant of ttofe lower peninsula. Incidentally, we shall miss Mrs. Shakespeare who has typed nearly every issue of this paper since its beginning.. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Coleman left last Sunday morning for a week's visit with relatives in Kentucky. Mr. Chas. Dunn, owner and manager of the Yocum Business College i of Wooster, Ohio, accompanied by Miss Rita Rush of Ashland, Ohio, visited over the weekend at the', home of his mother, Mrs. Ermal S. Dunn, Williamson road. The "Good Cheer class" otherwise known as that fast growing group of girls taught by Miss Gen- EGG PRICES ARE GOING' Now is the time to feed Egg Mash that will P R O D U C E E G G S BUY IT AT Baughmans Feed Store Phone WA STOW, O.

8 Friend's Service Station Pleetwing Gasoline Operated by "Bill Bridgers" Corner of Hudson and Graham Roads eva Coleman, has a wiener roast at her home this Wednesday evening (Oct. 9th). Charles H. Tabor, auto mechanic, who lives on Baumberger road had his front porch blasted at 2:30 last Saturday mofriing. Two sticks of dynamite were found there a week previous. Labor troubles are blamed for the bombing. Weather permitting, the Stow public school teachers are planning a wiener roast and get-acquaintedmeeting for the new teachers on Thursday night of this week. (This will be past history when you read it.) * Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Sumner from Asheville, N. C., and on their way to South Dakota are visiting this week at the Bush home, Williamson road. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dike, over this week end are Mrs. Dikes neices Miss Dorothy and Alice Mewbrum from Chesterville, Ohio W. V. Smith, who. compiled and published the first directory of Stow about a year ago, and since then has helped to compile and publish city directories for Kent, Ravenna, Hudson, and Wadsworth- Rittman, is compiling and will publish a directory for 1936 which will include Stow, Silver Lake,. Munroe JJ&Us and Tallmadge. He expects to have a complete listing of residents o'f these townships and villages in this directory, which he expects to issue about December 1. 'This will be up-to-date and Mr. Smith will appreciate the help and assistance of every resident in getting the correct listing, as that is the greatest factor in a directory of this kind. To get out a directory like this requires a large amount of detail work to get the' correct listing of "names and addresses. Mr. Smith expects to have a map of all this territory to show all leading roads and streets. The directory will have approximately five NOW IS THE TIME TO TRADE IN YOUR OLD CAR and GET THE MOST out of it We have several New 1935 Master Chevrolets on hand MARHOFER CHEVROLET WA STOW, OHIO-

9 Fresh Fruit and vegetables CEREALS and CAKES F o r t n e y ' V I t i 1 c t EAST OF MERIT S Special for ei 11 1irelv thousand names arid will be a booklet of 80 pages or more and will sell at 25c per copy. Any one having any \ suggestions which will help in this work can address Mr. Smith at 180 Williamson road, Stow, O. (Adv.) ' QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS What are the Biblical grounds for the many forms of baptism? This is an old disputed question. Theologians have never agreed to adopt one form 0f baptism as absolute. Each school claims some grounds for its contention. In the claims each leader finds occasion to differ and seeks to justify those claims by his Interpretation of scripture. The Baptist church throughout the world adheres to immersion only, as a valid baptism. Its contention is that the Gr&ek word baptizo means "immerse, submerge'," and that no other meaning is found for -the word in the New Testament. Perhaps their strongest scriptural claim i s Romans 6:3-5. In quoting the.baptist doctrine on baptism I include all denominations that immerse. The Catholic church claimed the right to establish sprinkling and infant baptism by authority of the apostolic regime which came from the credentials and the authority of St. Peter. (See Matthew 16:16.) W know of no warrant in the New Testament for pouring, sprinkling or infant baptism. Sprinkling and pouring were adopted by the Catholic church for convenience sake in caring for the sick, aged, and for infants. Catholics believe it imperative to be baptised. Mark 16:16. The Dunkirt church and churches of like faith baptize by triune immersion going under the water three times. Their interpretation is that they should be submerged first in the name o'f the Father, then in the name of the Son, and finally, in the name of the Holy Spirit. (See Matthew 28:19). The Friends (Quakers) together with others, of like faith waive all material interpretation and adhere to, the idea of a spiritual baptism. ("See Matthew 3:11). i Baptism in any form, when administered to adults, signifies a change of heart. It-is an outward, visible public act, testifying that a new life has begun. With infants it is an acknowledgment that children belong to God. GEO. M. HUUME, Minister B O X S O C I A L SEE ANNOUNCEMENT ON Pages 3 and 4

10 HISTORY OF COMMUNITY CHURCH (Continued From Last Week) On July 17, 1918, A. C. Bachtel, clerk of courts, O. K.'d the church charter and on the 18th Wm. D. Fulton, secretary of state, recorded same in Vol. 196, page 530, Records of Incorporation of Ohio. These articles of incorporation designate that: First: The name of the corporation shall be the Community Church of Stow. Second: Said corporation is to be located in the Township of Stow, in Summit county, Ohio, and its principal business there transacted. Third: Said corporation is formed for the, purpose of cooperating in every endeavor that tends to the spiritual and moral uplift of the community, e. g. the Sustaining of ALL OF and public worship and instruction in the Word of God, the building of Christian character, and the winning of the world for Christ; and as tending to effect such objects, the support of such enterprises as tend to the perfect' development of our young people spiritually, morally, socially and physically; and the use of our best endeavors to ameliorate the condition of mankind, and to establish peace on earth and good will to men; and for the purpose of carrying on such objects, to acquire by purchase, lease or in any other proper manner, and to hold real and personal property. In witness whereof, we (the foregoing charter members) have hereunto set our hands this 16th day of July A. D (To Be Continued Next Week) STOW the S T A T E O F OHIO are invited to attend the Sunday Evening Musical AT THE COMMUNITY CHURCH October 13, 7:30 p, m. ATTRACTIONS WILL BE The Bible School Orchestra Directed by A. J. Kurinsky The Church Choir Directed by Ghas. Trommer and other special numbers COME!

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