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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS VOL. 1 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1934 STOW, OHIO HO. 38 MINISTER'S COLUMN Are you a thoroughbred? Some time ago I was deeply offended for a man told me that my dog v.t.s not a thoroughbred. I said, "See here my dog's mother is a thcrcughbred and my dog's father ;s ;. thoroughbred of another stock." Now, said he, "That's it. Your dog is not a thoroughbred." Nt v.' I cr.rricd n:y pout to the ve'-orinaiv. Said he, "Your dog ::;e'l7 speaking has no pedigree, however.. your dog acquires the finer qualities of both the mother and father dogs." Now then, this jon that I got into led me to think seriously on the subject of thoroughbreds. So I asked again why do dog fanciers demand thoroughbreds? My answer was, y u got a better dog. By that they mean, a more intelligent dog, r; terchable deg, a dog you can be prcud of. Now sir, this is interesting. My friend tells me he would l:r.vo nothing but thoroughbreds, thcrcughbred chickens, cows, Iicgs, rabbits. And why? The hens are better layers, says he, pcrkers are easier fattened, make solid, sweet ' meat. Cows, just doesn't pay to have anything but thoroughbreds. My stock is registered, said he with an air of pride. They produce something, milk, butter, meat, all of the higher order. Now, my friend, a good object lesson is this: are you a thoroughbred? Come of good stock, do you? Don't wince, whine and shirk and complain? Thorough, bred. I just pity the mongrel, anything that is not thoroughbred. Seems as if it was inferior like rubbins of corn or scrubby fruit or undernourished. Thoroughbred, the man of purpose, big in soul, he who stands cut as a cleancut exemplary life, busy for God and home and Church. Not contaminated with the inferior. Thoroughbred, too big to stoop to anything mean or bad or small. A thoroughbred, a man honored of God and loved of his fellows. A thoroughbred is one who graces any community. GEO. M. HT.TDME PERSONAL NOTES Come to Sunday School and stay to Church. Mr. John Marhofer who is at the City Hospital is improving. Mr. Tuttle of East Arndale Road has been ill for the" past two or three weeks was taken to the hospital last Monday for an operation. Mrs. P. H. Cox, Hudson road, is sick with the flu. She has been in bed since last Friday. Richard and Normand Lawson, East Arndale road, have the scarlet fever. CHURCH CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL r - Sunday, 9:30 A. M. MORNING WORSHIP COMMUNION - Sunday. 10:45 A. M. ORCHESTRA PRACTICE.... Wednesday 7:*0 P M. CHOIR PRACTICE Wednesday, 8:30 P. M. LADIES GUILD - Thursday, October 18th

2 THE- COMMUNITY CHURCH NEW. 5 For those Hot Fudge Sundaes Mr. Fred Wetmore, East Graham read, has been ill but now is improving. Mrs. C. Braden, Baumberger road, now is at home and convalescing satisfactorily. Saturday afternoon the Stow- High school football team go to Mogadore. It is their first out of town game this season. Levi Moyer spent the fore part of this week visiting in Palmyra. Mrs. Ham. dressmaker, 335 Hudson Road. (Adv.) Rev. Hulme will be absent for the next tivo Sundays. He is conducting a Revival Campaign at the Hazel Park Baptist church, Haze! Par'!;, Michigan. If we understand it correctly this is a suburb ot Detroit. Mr. A. S. Phelps, Ritchie road, nnc! son Milton of Akron combined business :uul pleasure on Tuesday of this week, taking a trip to Mr. Phelps' boyhood home up in the hiils of West Virginia. To be more or less exact this place is in Barbour Country near Phillip! and according to Mr. Phelps it is here the first skirmish of the Civil War took place. In this battle only one man was wounded, lie losing his loot when cannon bail came rolling down ihe main street of the town. Mr. C. K. Monteith, Adeline drive, was one of a group who took in the Ohio-Indiana football game at Columbus last Saturday. BIBLE SCHOOL 9:45 A. M. Sunday YOU COME ICR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE THE ORDER or THE GOLDEN RULE RECOMMENDS TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THEM9GOWAN FUNERAL HOME OVERLOOKING PARK - CUYAHOGA.FALLS PHONE WALBRIDGE 1313 Seroice"

3 8 SEND FLOWERS We telegraph flowers anywhere SILVER LAKE GREENHOUSE Also, Max Troesch, Bob Leonard, Don Stein, Jim Graner, Paul Monteith and other young men attended the game at Columbus last Saturday. It Is rumored they r;oi home about 3 a. ni. C. M. Woodring has 400 bushel of apples for sale and sorneono said apples were scarce. Roy Lowe and sister visited relatives in Pittsburgh, Pa. over tlio lust, weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Stein drove to Columbus this Thursday. They S L. BIBLE SCHOOL 9:30 A. M. SUNDAY You are Invited ROUND OAK HEATING STOVE one $8.00 Another at $ I 2.00 Large Circulating Heater, a bargain - - $35.00 Used Hot Point Electric Range good condition - $50.00 New Conlon Electric Washing Machine - $39.50 Also ABC Washers at Cut Price Hunting License Guns and Ammunition ^ STO W HARD WARE CO. Phone WA STOW, OHIO

4 4 FOR BARGAINS IN PRINTING SEE THE DARROWVILLE P R I N T E R STO P! BEFORE YOU SPEND ANOTHER DIME INVESTIGATE PEERLESS SAVE COAL $2.00 out of 10.00$ Enjoy Clean Lasting Heat MARTIN'S COAL The best By Every Test $4.00 TO $7.75 Per Ton of 2000 lbs. Phone, Kent 3 Hudson I69K3 No Fuel Like dual No Coal Like Martin's See Mrs. Haartje brought back Mrs. Stein's aunt, Mrs. Huff, who will visit them for h lime. Did you miss them? Charles Stahl and SOTI John went nutting flip first part of this week at or near Fredericksburg (butternuts). They brought back two and one» half bushel or wa.i it more? C. B, Mincks, his wife, also his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Deljpng of Maeksburg, Ohio, left Tuesday for a two weeks visit with Dr. Leo Mincks of OKema, Okla. Did you notice the large numfcpr of br own and yellow flowers nt church last Sunday? In these bouquetr were some thirty-five? varieties of marigolds. For these flowers we have Mrs. M. Cowell, Metz Road, Darrowville to thanlt, The, large basket of zennias last Sunday and also the Sunday before were famished by Mrs, San- 'i', Arndale road. The giant bronze and red dahlias were Bent by J. B. Kite-, East Kent. Road. We hear that, Mrs. Oscar Roberts in living in Stow again. We would be pleased to see her at church again. Tire Ladies' Bible class met Wednesday evening at the home POULTRY FEED AT REASONABLE PRICES BAUGHMAN'S FEED STORE

5 S T O W THT3 OOM MUNITY CHURCH NEWS 5 M A R K E T VOLUNTEER FOOD STORE CHOICE MEATS QUALITY GROCERIES Watch «ur Volunteer * pedals for Friday.and Saturday In Beacon and Times Press J. I FISHER, PROPRIETOR Phone WAlbridge ^ STOW, OHIO of Mrs. Perry Schnee, Hudson We wish the indies won Id remember to hand!n oiccasicmeily a few written newa Itenw for tills paper. Get year new Stvw directory Jrotri :S.m'lth, It contain., tooo' adult nnn'iph (mostly family heftds) with their residence mid mailing address. Many special features. Price 35n, (Adv.) When will the Men's Bible class meet again? And how is their Visiting committee getting Rlons? HnVe they called on you? II not send your name 111 to the ;cornmlttee. Who are the committee? Aak Smith. Wanted. more help in dei'iverihitr this paper. It Id expected that the Summit County Horticulture Society will meei at Community Church (he second Wednesday in November. Mrs. Woods, 500 Hudson road or there a'bouts, attended tlie Chicago Fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Everhart and son Lawrence, Jr., of Canal Fulton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fiirst, Hudson road. Mr, Max, Hudson road, attended (he Chicago Fa.fr tills past week. Geo. Chandler, GCC Oawp Knox, Kentucky, writes to friends that he experts to be transferred soon to a CC Camp in IdaTio, Later: George is on his way to California in place of going to Idaho. Mrs. Newton Guise, Munroe Fall?, celebrated her birthday last Sunday with a special dinner. Anions' those present wei'e Mr. mid Mrs. Kngtena, Graham road, Mr, and Mrs. S. W. Piddle, Oraham road, entertained relatives from Butler, Fa, last -weekend, H. B, Greenlenf, -Ritchie road, has been digging hi«michigan Russet potatoes this past week, He chfinensek anyone.to show bigger ones..he will have ft few for sale..mies Elizabeth 8<-human, Hudson road, is attending Kent fhnle thin year. We hear she is pun iling a liberal arts.course. During the past month iwme SS5 to 290 yards of grovel have been spread, according to Mr. VhU enttne, road supervisor, on Franklin and Blmwood roads. Much Vim MB WAYSIDE, GARDENS East Kent Road]. B, HUES, Proprietor

6 8 work has also been clone in opening up a gravel pit anil improving roads to same, north of Hudson drive. This is in the northwest part of the township. Construction work on East Kent road Is progressing rapidly. Due to duplication of names the following streets have been renamed by the township trustees. Liberty road off the Kent road has been named South Sanford; Maple road in Paradise Park has been renamed Edgewood drive; Elm road from 245 Munroe Falls road east is now known as Echo road. The Martha Circle, Stow Church of Christ, met Thursday at the home of Mrs. G. G. Glieen, Kent road, while the Esther Circle met on the same day with Miss Mabel Carline, Keut road. One hammer, a basket and other articles used at the last Stow Flower Show remain unclaimed. If you belong to any of these items see Mrs. Dyke. Mrs. Zelia M. Walters is expected to preach this nest Sunday at the Community Church. Plan to attend. Mr. and Mrs. C, V. Shakespeare drove over to Johnstown, Pa., last Tuesday. ONLY THE BEST Fleet Wing - Gass & Oil Quaker State - - Oil National Batteries Super Pyro Anti-Freeze Heatroil Motor Saver Tastee Bread Furnas Ice Cream Ace Pop, Coca Cola and other fine merchandise combined with quick courteous S E R V I C E Friend's Service station IF you have any NEWS or wish to AIR an opinion or perchance Advertise in this Paper CALL WA. 9463

7 THE- COMMUNITY CHURCH NEW. 5 CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY MORNING 10:45 YOU ARE INVITED GUILD NOTICE The Ladies' Guild will meet this next Wednesday afternoon at the church. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 by the hostesses Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Woodring, Mrs. Stockman and Mrs. Mincks (if she Is here), A luncheon charge of 25c will be made, same to be placed 1000 per cent in the Guild treasury, Of special interest at this meeting will he a WHITE ELEPHANT SALE, Bring the things y o u have around the house which you cannot use, yet do not card to destroy. Wrap the article carefully in an attractive package aa the best looking packages always bring t.lie most money. Bring your pocketbooks with plenty ot money therein. Be prepared to bid. Mrs. Tidball will be the auctioneer. BIBLE VERSE CONTEST Sunday "school members have you thought 1 about writing an explanation of one of the Bible verses which have appeared repeared in this paper, Remember some one will win the five dollar prize in trade, good at any of these whi:> advertise 1 here during tlie month of October, You can have five dollars worth of groceries, chicken feed, ice cream, coal, nails, toys or anything you r. r.y c'vr.oae. Then there will be tlie added value to you of thinking r,bout something worthwhile. In E. M. Guise Coal & Supply Co. Munroe Falls,O. WA If you are not getting good heat from your furnace prehaps it needs cleaning, a coating of soot on your furnace will lower its efficiency one fourth to one half. Minimum Cleaning Charge $3.00 Please call WA for complete information.

8 .6 THE COMMUNITY ClfURCH NEWS n i" E>o3 lerij I ^ SERVICE STATION SUNOCO 8t 3EMZOCO PRODUCTS KENDALL-OILS fact, the last mentioned will be worth more than the five dollar prize. START THINKING NOW. There may be only two in the contest and you will be the one to win. " No age limit. Young people have as good a chance as the old folks. Verse for this week: For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16. DOG NEWS VERY SPECIAL! Herman Harper of Arndale road sold one of his Beagle hound pups this past weekend. * George Seigelhorst, Hudson road, expects to build a dog house this next week for his pup 'Kayo.' Bob Stein, Hudson road, gave his dog Fluft'ie a bath last Monday. From all appearance Fluffie would need a bath quite often. Foster Young, Arndale road, hag a new Spitz pup. He worked very late (or early) Saturday night constructing a home for the arrival.. C. V. Shakespeare, Munroe Falls, boards two Boston Terriers who are death on cats. Warning do not drop off any extra cats in H O N E S T S E R V I C E front of their place if you want the cats to live and have a good home. Chas. Stahl sent either Mike or Ike over into Pennsylvania recently. Derricks have one new puppy dog. STOW JUBILEE AND ROAD OPENING Stow Civic Association are sponsoring a grand jubilee and read opening celebration to be held on Hallowe'en'night. All ledges and Stow organizations are invited to have concessions and are expected to participate. The County Road Commissioners have given their permission to rope off as much of the road as will be necessary. There will be a costume dance, a prize will be 1 awarded for the best dressed or masqueraded individual. A brass band is expected. The road department will send a speaker who will make an address about the road. There will be one or more prize boxing contests. The idea is to make it an all Stow affair. The committee plan on having a real time. Plan to attend. ADVERTISE 1 T -:- P A Y Rates -:- One Insertion -:- Full Page $4.00 CAI.I. WA. 04.G3

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