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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. Ill Friday, August 7, 1936 STOW, OHIO No. 32 A REQUEST This Community Church News has been published for two and one-half years, from a beginning of five hundred copies to a present circulation of thirteen hundred and fifty. This little paper has met with popular favor, it has made friends, it deserves to live. Some weeks ago an application, accompanied by the required fee, went forth seeking privilege to enter the mails. This application is held up pending a larger per cent of paid up subscribers. A ninety per cent bona-fide subscription is required by the U. S. Postal Service. To this fad we are required to make a sworn statement. According to our instructions friends cannot donate over one half the subscription appearing on our list. To secure the privilege of the mails we must make oath that our paper is paid for, that it is not complimentary. Therefore we need about thirty per cent more bona-fide paid up subscribers. Will you help us? WiU you mail to our editor fifty cents (stamps will do) for a year s subscription? Friends of this paper would gladly pay for your paper, if it could be mailed to you gratis. We regret that this plan will not meet the postal requirements. Therefore, we see only one way to attain our goal namely your help. FOR THIS YOU HAVE OUR SINCERE THANKS and we pledge our best efforts to improve, enlarge and please you with The Community Church News at Stow. GEO. M* HULME.

2 2~ THE COMMUNITY CHURCHNEWS THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS DRAWER C STOW, SUMMIT CO., OHIO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 50c A YEAR Published Weekly Frank R. Howe, Printer H.J. STOCKMAN EDITOR OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 360 W. Arndale Rd. STOW STOW COMMUNITY CHURCH GEORGE M. HULME, Minister 859 Ardmora Ave., Akron Tel. HE CHURCH CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL -, Sunday 9:30 JUNIOR CHOIR PRACTICE - Tues. 2 p.m. MEN'S BIBLE CLASS The title of our lesson for next Sunday, is "Saul -Converted and 'Commissioned." Saul was a capable, courageous man with a magnetic personality. He was very well educated having studied under Gamaliel. (Read Acts 5:33-40). Saul was a zealous man and lived his life with intenseness and enthusiasm. He believed that Jesus was an imposter and that his followers were heretics. He believed they should be eliminated for the good of the state and he acted vigorously under these convictions. Consequently he went to the Court of the Sanhedrin and requested letters of arrest to be served upon Christians in Damascus. He received these letters and started out with his men north from Jerusalem one hundred thirty-three miles to Damascus. There was no doubt in his mind as to the result of his journey. He knew the Christians would be found easily and his men, fully armed, would make the arrests. He was. well satisfied with himself. (Suddenly, on the last day of his journey, just outside the gates of Damascus, he was struck down by a shaft of light from the heavens. In the light was a voice which said, "Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?" Trembling and astonished Saul asked who spoke to him. Then came the answer "Jesus whom thou persecutest." What did that answer mean to Saul? It meant that he was wrong. Saul realized this immediately and the next thought came like a crash. What should he do? So he asked the question and this was the answer, "Arise, and go into the city, and it shall be told thee what thou must do." Then Saul was left lying on the Damascus road. His men, speechless because they had also heard the voice, saw him arise to his feet and suddenly Saul realized he was blind. So he was led, a blind man helpless and trembling, into the city cf Christians he had set' out to persecute. So Saul knelt down in darkness in the city of Damasi DAY OR NIGHT, A TELEPHONE CALL PLA ES THIS ORGANIZATION UTTERLY AND I INSTANTLY AT ONE'S SERVICE Members of "The Order of the Golden Rule" The McGowan Funeral Home WA Cuyahoga Falla, Ohio

3 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; cus and prayed the anguished prayer of a blind man. What a lesson is in this text! Blessed. are they that walk in the fear of the Lord. "For without me ye can do nothing." John 15:5. N. W. BIGGS NOTICE The Dames of Malta will hold an ice cream social on the Church of Christ lawn Saturday evening, August 8th. Everyone is invited to attend. GOLDEN TEXT I was not disobedient unto the 'heavenly vision. Acts OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hutchinson who now occupy the old Williamson home, corner of Kent and Williamson roads, will hold open house until 3:45, and from 5 to 6 p. m. Sunday, August 9th from 2:00 p. m. in honor 0f Mr. and Mis. E. W. Knight and Harris. All friends, in the community, who wish to say ' 'Goodbye" to the Knights before ilicy leave for Arizona, are most cordially invited. SHIRTS ARE A NECESSITY ;:TIIRT3 ARE A NECESSITY. Made to measure a good investment. We take orders and have them made to fit and guarantee them to hold their color at a less price than you can buy a good ready made shirt. We represent one of the best tailoring companies in the country who make suits from best woolens, tweeds, serges on a guarantee of satisfaction or money back. They are made to measure and insured for one year against all defects ' in workmanship or material. Prices as low or lower than good ready made clothes. AH w<i ask js to let us show you and then'you can be the judge of values. A postal card will bring our services to you. W. V. SMITH, 180 Williamson Rd. Stow, O. Adv. PERSONALS Clesson Long is selling Fords now. Dick Osman is thinking about getting married. E. M. Shroyer, Fish Creek road, is remodeling h'is house. Richard Beckwith is now working for the Dollar Stores in Akron. Chas. B. Mineks, Sr., is up and around the house some now. Did you know that Mrs. Neugebauer has a twin brother? Ralph Ritchie is helping at Hisse.ms garage no'w. The Nichols family were in Medina last Sunday. It is reported that there are now 8:200 WPA workers in Summit county. Leonard Gardner, Darrowville, celebrated his fourteenth birthday last Friday. Mrs. Jess Hinkle was a visitor in the Ladies' class at Bible school last Sunday. FOR SALE '29 Ford Coupe Gerber's Service Station, Stow. (Adv.) How many young men between the ages of 17 anct 25 do you know? Names please. Miss Betty Cross celebrated her birthday at Bible school last Sunday. Edward Sanner, Jr., was absent from Bible school last Sunday on account of illness. Miss. Mabtie Lee Carver returned home last week from the hospital.-- She is still confined to her bed. You probably noticed last Saturday at the S. S. picrtjc that John Sitahil was kept well in hand. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Stewart

4 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; STOW ICE 40 cents per 100 pounds at Station 110 Munroe Falls Koad. -:- STOW E. SPONAUGLE, Proprietor OPEN Week Days 7 A. M. to 11:30 P. M.. Sundays 7 A.iM. to 6:00 P.. li' of Pish Creek Road are on a two week's vacation in Michigan. "Bill",Gowan says he spent his yacation last, week "running around." He-did about 1000 miles of it.. P. R. Trent recently had some sizeable dents inflicted on his (Chrysler by a drunken driver., Hillarcl M. Ijovinggood, 184 South Sanford, is building an addition to the front of his house. 1 g N O T I C E h WE SELL I p BINDER TWINE and I DR. HESS FLY-SPRAY - B AUGHMAN'S FEED STORE I STOW WA I mmmmmmmm P I wwm Mr. and Mrs. Judy attended the icully' family reunion at Massillonlast Sunday.. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Phelps 'and "Billy". Graves, left last" Saturday for an extended vacation trip thruout the East. Mr. B. H. Carpenter will be at home the first four days of next Week to visit his family. Mr. and. Mrs. Henderson's daughters. Lee and Kay are home for a short stay..the Olark Erwin family of 177 'North Sanford, are vacationing in Pennsylvania this week.. 'Mrs. Chipps on Hudson road entertsfined the Metz Missionary society Thursday, August 6th. Mrs. Mae Baldwin of Morral, Ohio, visited her brother W. V. Smith of Williamson road last week. i (Did you know that there, is a «. WiPA class in economics each Friday night at the home of Jack' Worcester? Ice cream and cake to be served by and: for those present at church night business meeting this Friend's Service Station VBILL" BRIDGERS, Proprietor Fleetwiog Gas and Oil

5 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; W. F. CARLISLE STOW, OHIO WA Investigate our Buckeye Personal Automobile Accident Policy Costs 6.00 per year (50c per month) Covers Body Injury, resulting from any accident' which involves an Automobile. Loss of Limbs, Sight, Hands, Feet etc. Weekfy Indemnity, Loss of Time, Emergency Expenses etc. Friday evening. " IBtorn to Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Klein, 163 Maple road, " Sunday, July 26th, a Jen and one-half pound baby boy. His name.is Ronald. 'These boys expected to, and probably did attend the Cleveland Exposition this Thursday; Ralph.Ritchie, Stanley Schafer, "Bob" Schafer and Chas. Call., Wilma and Ruth Thomas of -Tallmadge,'' have been visiting the past two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. Edward Sanner of West Arndale road. Mr. Fred K, Barns has. three.weeks vacation. He has a new Chevy and he is visiting in Columbus and possibly other places.. ' Miss Savannah Stephenson of Columbus will be a house guest at the Lindsay home, Fjsh Creek road, :thls next we^k., ' Jack Worcester, Samaria avenue, has been confined to his home for the past two weeks with a wrenched back. Visitors this week at the Casebeers domicile, Oregon Corriers, tow, are Evelyn, Lyle and Elvyn Kearns of Battle Creek, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. B, W. Wallace and son of Toledo were visitors this" last Sunday with Mrs. Wallace's brother, W. E. Bridgers and family of Stow. Wednesday of this week Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wheeler and" several nephews attended the Cleveland Exposition. IC. O. Stuart of Lilian Road is putting a new roof on his garage, which was damaged by fire some several weeks ago. There will foe no Ladies class business meeting this month. Next month the meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Van Hyning. Burt' Haztett, Fish Creek road,

6 (j THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS who was scalded about three weeks ago, by taking the cap off of a radiator on a tractor, is still on the invalid list. Moe Rearick and Bill Lawrentz returned from a two weeks fishing trip in Canada last week with several nice fish. Fish stories will probably appear later. For the past several months Carl Henr^ has been constructing an automobile. It looks like a racer, has a Model T Ford engine with overhead valves, special transmission, low center of gravity, etc., etc. Edward Fortime of Highland avenue returned last Monday from a two weeks visit with an lincle in 'Bontiac, Michigan. He hitchhiked both ways. It took him 24 hours to go up and 8 hours to return. On Tuesday evening of last week Fred Sommers was elected president of the Akron Chapter Veterans Rainbow Division. There are about one hundred members in this chapter. He will take office in September. We hear that the Stow school is in the market for a new. school bus. Hope they remember that they can drive down West Arndale road and turn around without getting stuck. Mr. Ted Harris of Williamson i X0E30I xocaoi -O o DIDYOUKNOW THAT o WE SELL D o n- o & 24? Dairy Ration D Turkey-Feeds Rabbit-Feeds! Goat-Feeds n o Dog-Feeds and POULTRY-FEEDS and REMEDIES BAUGHMANSD FEED S T O W STORE WA I0E30I 30E30I Why Buy an "off " brand when you can get a staodard TABLE TOP DIVIDED COOKING TOP GENERAL ELECTRIC HOT Point Electric Range from us for THE STOW HARDWARE W A S T O W : ' ''"'''"' 'i^aiijilliwmw^.' 78.00

7 2~ THE COMMUNITY CHURCHNEWS N N O ^ V is the time to buy your coal for next winter if you wish to save Prices on All High Grade Coals will advance soon We will welcome your calls for information and prices WA E. M. Guise Coal & Supply Co. cmunroe Falls, Ohio Townsend Club No.l Regular Meetings 8 P.M. 2nd & 4th Tuesday of Each Month MARHOFKR TTAr.L STOW EVERY BODY WELCOME road and who works at the Worlds greatest rubber factory, dropped a bundle of tire rims on' his foot about two weeks ago and has been; unable to work since. Visitors this week at the borne of Mrs. Ermal Dunn, 180 Williamson road, are Miss Cora Stalter, Miss Eunice Stalter,.Wayne Wal-' ters and John Frederick Kail, all cf 'Sycamore, Ohio, except the latter who hails from Upper Sandusky. i. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stein will spend this next weekend with Mrs. Stein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas of Fresno, Ohio. Their two daughters who have spent several weeks with their grandparents will return with their father and mother to Stow. Visitors last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prince Brown of Simwood avenue, Stow, were Dr. and BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP MAllHOFEIt S T O W BLOCK E. F. KASTENS Pumps, Heating, Plumbing I STl.AIATKS FltF.E 116 East Graham Road Phone WA FINE FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS OR FUNERALS SILVER LAKE FLORISTS

8 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; IF ONLY THE BEST GAS OIL GREASES OR SERVICE will satisfy you, see us «SHELL GflS STATION "EDDIE" FAIfSONS, Proprietor 140 EAST KENT ROAD STOW Mrs. H. S. Wright, daughter Rosemary, Mrs. Richard Norris' and Mrs. Belma Heinsey all of Baltimore, Md also Mr. W. M. Keener and daughter Lucille of Fairmont, W. Va. On August eleventh a Grange Exchange -program will be held at Bath. Under the direction of Miss Martha Lindsay the following younfe people will put on a Swiss dance as one of the numbers of the program: Charles Call, Irene Stewart, Robert Hamilton, Robert Schafer, Virginia Gruver, Catherine Barber and Helen Smith. Here is something we have always suspected now we know it is true. The late Dwight S. Morrow once said that "the world is divided into people who do things and people who get the credit." He added: "Try, if you can, to belong DAIRY to the first class.' There's far less competition." Rev. Gregory of the Stow Church of Christ has announced the dedication of a beautiful two manual Wurlitzer Pipe Organ to take place Sunday afternoon at four o'clock, August ninth. The choir under the direction of Mr. Ray Hosfield will be assisted by Mr. John Stein, soloist. Mrs. Meredith Laugham Harding will be at the organ and,will precede the dedication proper with a brief recital. John Goodenberger of 200 Ritchie road is walking now. Last Saturday evening on starting to turn his Model "T" off tho Hudson road into Ritchie road, one of the more modern high speed cars ran into him. Both cars were damaged. A lady riding in the new car had her arm cut. Mr. Goodenberger PRODUCTS ICE CREAM COLD MEATS SANDWICHES SOFT DRINKS ISALY'S H. 6- REARICK. Manager

9 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; UPHOLSTERING McGRAIL'S ANTIQUE SHOP PHONE WA East Kent Road STOW Wias not injured. Some eight or nine State Police and Deputy Sheriffs were soon on the scene trying to slow down traffic along the Hudosn road. Thig is the second auto accident in this vicinity within a week. To Mrs. Louie Stein after a picnic husbands must look very much alike. It would seem that she has been married long enough to know her own, but such was not the case last Saturday evening for when Mr. Bishop drove up in his Bolls Royce for Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Stein immediately installed herself in the front seat beside Mr. Bishop, and proceeded to inquire where and why he got that picnic basket, etc., etc. However before long it dawned on her that the man in the car had the right basket and other equipment, except sitting in the front seat was the wrong wife. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy, and also, to thank them for the many beautiful flowers received during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father.! Mrs. Ertima Clark & family. GRAHAM ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Only 85 at Sunday school last Sunday. Where was everyone? Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morehouse and daughters Irene and Eileen are vacationing in West Virginia. Rev. Douglas spoke Sunday mor-..when WORMED WITH DR.SALSBURYS iptone You get no loss in egg production when you worm your hens with Dr. Salsbury's Avi-Tone! That's because Avi - Tone not only checks round worm infestation, but also improves the birds' appetite, aids digestion and helps to build up strength and vitality. In fact, its tonic and conditioning ingredients tend to increase egg production! So keep your hens in steady lay. Worm them now the Avi-Tone way. Avi-Tone comes m powder form easy to mix with moist or dry mash. Baughman's Feed Store WA STOW

10 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS; 1 f CANNING SUPPLIES f I Special Mason Jars & 79c per dozen j Kerr Mason Jars & 70c " " Twelve Qt Cold Pick Canner -. $1.19 Each Glass Jar Lids - 20c per dozen Jelly Glasses c " " j THE STOW HARDWARE I WA / STOW I ' i A.. J. KURI N S K Y TEACHER OF VIOLIN 310 West Graham Road WA ning on the subject "Being Ready." 'the East. They expect to go to Matt. 24:44. Communion was oh- Niagara Palls on their way to New served as is customary on the York City. We wish them a safe first Sunday of each month. and happy journey. Mrs. Kincaid and children of Floyd Mault, Sr., who was quite Stow were welcome visitors at Bible ill' last week, is improving. School ^nd church last Sunday.. Errna Grace Childs is under a Little Margaret Hargett, who has.doctor's oare now due to an injury lain flat on her back for the past ' to her side sustained when she fell three months, must still do so for in a race at the Sunday school picanother two months. She has im- nie. proved enough that she may now Last Wednesday evening when have a pillow under her head. Mrs. Douglas and a carload of wo- We missed Mrs. Rutter.last Sun- men were returning from Mrs. day. Wagners, where the Missionary so- Kev. Douglas will be absent from ciety had spent an enjoyable day, the church the next three Sun- one tire chose to go flat just outdays. His place will be filled next side of Tallmadge. A tire repair Sunday morning and evening by- man had to be summoned and the Rev. C. E. Hamric of Firestone homeward trip delayed about an park. hour. The women did not mind but. The Douglas family will leave perhaps some men did when they soon for a vacation trip through had to prepare their own supper. TTlnomo.^ Coci 1 Oo. Wesst Ox~ei I t a rri Road WA. 9247

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