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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. Ill Friday, August 21, 1936 STOW, OHIO No. 34 MINISTERS COLUMN CONFIDENCE Many times I have felt a desire to write an essay on Confidence, however, not until now has the way cleared and the hour appeared at hand. Confidence, a firm belief in the integrity of another, a trust, a reliance on one's own ability or competency. Confidence, that dependable fabric woven through society on which the whole social order stands or falls. Confidence, that sacred thing that binds man and man to the most intimate friendship, that holds mankind to the most sacred trust. Confidence, that which eliminates suspicion and casts out distrust. Confidence, that which rallies the souls of men in one glorious, united, unconquerable, bold resolve. Confidence, men, confidence. Shout it, broadcast it, let it swell into a mighty chorus that will encircle the globe. Without confidence, what? I will tell you, it is chaos, despair, and the blackness of a lost cause. Confidence is something solid to stand on, it is a light that casts out gloom, it is a star that twinkles on before as an unerring guide. Confidence, that quality of life that inspires the soul, that encourages man to, the highest degree of achievement. Without confidence the cause is lost, may as well pack up the kit and slink back in shame and defeat. Confidence, however, is a Quality that squares to the task, that has studied the situation, that has dare and valor and courage to advance. Confidence, yes, confidence, that glorious secret that lies buried in the thought, the heart, the soul of home life. That nigh indispensable thing that opens the w.ay for credit, for happiness, for the onward push of civilization. Come along my brother, have you confidence in the brick meeting house at Stow? Have you confidence in the prayers, the hopes, the efforts of good folk, both living and dead, those who broke ground and looked forward to the consummation of a great church at Stow? Have you confidence in the boys and girls that come across the allotments and along the highways to your Bible School? (Confidence, yes confidence in the fine band of women and the well-meaning men who come and take their place and seek food for their souls? Come, my neighbor, confidence can.now be established in The Community Church at Stow, established as never before in the seventeen years of your history. The way is fast clearing, the last barrier almost down, the day of achievement and victory is near at hand. One dare assert, with all confidence, the night is passing cut and the twilight of a new order is visible for all. Possibly before this article is printed on the front page of The Community Church 'News, a troublesome note, of years standing^ will have been paid. It is also probable that, the parsonage, unused and a burden for several Sunday Sermon Topic - - Almost Persuaded

2 12 THE COMMUNITYCHURCH NEWS THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS DRAWER C STOW, SUMMIT CO., OHIO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 60s 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 Ardmore Ave., Akron Tel. HE CHURCH CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL - - Sunday 9:30 MORNING WORSHIP - - Sunday 10:45 JUNIOR CHOIR PRACTICE - Tues. 2 p.m. ORCHESTRA PRACTICE Wed. 7:39 p. m. CHOIS PRACTICE - Thurshay 7:30 p. m. years, will also have passed out and liquidated. The church obligation, now surprisingly small, is being arranged for. The going for the future will be a joyous one, victory is assured on every side. Confidence, that is it. A mighty, spiritual church at Stow is the order of the day. A social order, where happiness a,nd good-will abound, is. part of. the program. A center from which good shall flow is the hope and aim of The Community Church at Stow. Confidence in each other, confidence in the future and the good n P I i I I Itfolk at Stow. Confidence, this. Is our task, we shall, not fail. GEO. M. HULME' MEN'S BIBLE CLASS ' The subject of our lesson for next Suhday is "The Gospel [For All Men." It is a straight forward narration of a series'of events in the ministriy of Simon Peter. There is nothing in the text which' is difficult to understand. It is simply told. Perhaps the most interesting phase of this lesson is an analysis of the method God used to broaden. Peter's vision, a.nd to correct his narrow point of view. Peter, who was'a Jew, believed the gospel was for Jews only. He also believed in a number of conventions and orthodox teachings of Jewish society. In other words he was bound up and restrained by conventional' society. God did not go to Peter and say, "Peter, you are wrong." How easy it is to say this. Such a rebuke would have crushed Peter's heart: He did not tell him, "You v must change your ideas abou-t Gentiles and preach to them." What <jod did do was to sell Peter- the idea, and the method used was. unique. He first appeared to Peter in a vision and offered Peter animals of the earth which Jews even taught were unclean. He told him. MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF "THE GOLDEN RULE" Which means that our service, equipment, and personel meets national standards and can be de= pended upon under any circumstances. The McGo<wan Funeral Home WA Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 1 ' I

3 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS to slay and eat. Peter refused and answered that they were unclean. Please note what God's answer to Peter's protest was. Here it is, "What God has cleansed, that call not thou common." He shook Peter's faith in a minor point of Jewish convention. Simultaneously a messenger arrived from the house of Cornelius requesting him to come with him. God assured Peter he should go and he went but little did Peter know what he was going for or why. When he reached the house of Cornelius he heard a startling story from the lips of this Gentile. He told Peter an angel had appeared to him and instructed him to send for Peter. The meaning of Peter's vision then began to unfold itself and Peter realized that Cornelius was worthy of a knowledge of the plan of salvation made possible by the blood of Jesus Christ. So Peter told the story of Jesus and to Peter's "astonishment the. Holy Ghost, descended upon the group of Gentiles just as ithad upon the Jews at Pentecost. Thus Peter was sold, not by the force of argument by words, but by a wonderful demonstration. It is interesting to analyze the fact that this same factor of narrow vision due to differences of race, creed, education, society and nationality is basically present in the strife and contention of a Godless world today. N. W. BIGGS GOLDEN TEXT 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 DAMES OF MALTA Saturday, August 22nd the Dames of Malta No. 52 of Stow are celebrating their first anniversary. On this occasion they are entertaining the Soverign Officers assisted by the Kent Sisterhood. The afternoon session will commence at 2 o'clock. Kent Sisterhood will put on the Ruth Degree and Stow will confer the Esther Degree. The evening session at 8 o'clock is open to the public. The ladies Guild of Community Church will serve dinner at the church at 6:30 for Dames of Malta and visitors. PERSONALS School opens September 8th., The Neugebauers have a new car. The Sanners are back from Michigan. Miss Martha Spaght is away on a vacation this week. Osmans would sell their Ford. Price $20.00 or $ Victor Baughman expects to attend Kent State this fall. Our Minister suggests a men's night once each week. How about it? Bill Gowan expects to attend night school in Akron this year. Eddie Ruggies still wants an invitation to a good dinner. (Adv.) We were pleased to see Miss Mattie Lee carver at church Sunday. "Bill" Smith is another who will go to night school this winter in Akron. Ford Demonstrator for Sale. New car guarantee. Gerber & Son, Stow. (.Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard were away last weekend visiting relatives in New York state. The Junior Choir held a wiener roast last Tuesday after practice at the Sanner home, West Arndale road. Guests last week at the home of F. K. Barnes, East Graham road,

4 10 T H E COMMUNITY C H U R C H N E W S NO WONDER WE FILLTHE EGG BASKET GET FUL-O-PEP EGG MASH FOR MORE EGG MONEY Make your weekly egg check larger by giving your laying hens the feed that will help them lay more big, easily marketable eggs eggs with sound shells that grade high and bring top prices. p li?e U L ' 0 ' E PA G G V MASH supplies all the elements that laying hens require to make eggs and maintain body weight and health. HENS LAY BETTER O N E G G O-PEP M A S H ML It supplies your laying hens with the exact nutritious elements they need to produce more and better eggs with sound shells the kind that bring better prices. FUL-O-PEP Egg Mash keeps up body weight and health in heavy layers while they are producing the eggs that are an important part of the farm income. Baughman's FeedStore W A STOW were Mr. and Mrs. Cregg of Worthington, Ohio. T h e D. H. Lukens family who live across the tracks on West Grah a m road, are having their house painted a nice t a n color. Miss June Hooper of West Arndale road visited her girl friend in Akron for several days last week. Helen and Raymond Caipen of South Sanford have been visiting relatives in Cleveland for the past two or three weeks. J e a n Halliwill is tuilding a new house in the Parkdale Allotment off of East G r a h a m road. Aldrich Darden of Meridian, Mississippi, is a visitor this week at t h e R. M. Temple home on Elsworth road.' Glenn Grubb of Williamson road is in the City Hospital having been operated on recently for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Pennington and four children of Moreland avenue..have returned from an extended visit in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Monteith and three of their children attended a reunion last Sunday in Pennsylvania at the town where Mrs. Monteith was born. Mrs. M. H. Davies of Grand Rapids, Michigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Klesa, Kent road, has a new baby boy, born Tuesday, August 18 th. This week Bruce Walker is like a- man without a country. His lady friend is away. She is in Washingten, D. C. Mrs. S. A. Friend who has had her leg in a plaster cast for the. past eleven weeks expects to have the cast removed this next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Young and family of East G r a h a m road attended the Goodrich picnic at Euclid Bcach last Monday.

5 10 T H E COMMUNITY C H U R C H N E W S I CLEARANCE SALE ON FRUIT JARS j BALL MASON OR KERR FRUIT JARS I PINTS QUARTS i THE - STOW - 50c 6 0 Dozen Dozen HARDWARE WA Are you interested in pigeons? Harry Osman of North Sanford has a-pair of black Fantails, a pair of Tumblers, and a pair of Turtle Doves all for sale. (Adv.) imr. Ira Wonn and family just returned f r o m a fishing trip in Canada. Their party caught some twenty-five "Muskies," t h e largest being thirty-seven inches long. Eddie Parsons says t h a t when he is elected Governor of the S t a t e of Ohio he will pass a law forbidding anyone to start work before 12 o'clock noon. We nominate Mr. Ted Hooper as champion gardher of A r n d a l e road. Stop and see his garden. No weeds, ahd my! how the plants do Brow'E. W. Knight and family l e f t ' STOW \ last Monday morning for Arizona. They are going by t h e way of K e n tucky and Tennessee where they will visit with relatives. Dast Tuesday a f t e r n o o n nineteen members of the Junior choir sang several songs for Mrs. J. B. Stockm a n.at her home where she h a s been confined recently on account S h e appreciated their 0 f illness. singing very much, Mr. Lee Wolford, the likable young butcher who used to hold f o r t h in the Merit Meat Market, is now one of the new fixtures at the Central Market operated by J. A. Walker and E. A. Buggies, T h e Hudson High School class of 1893 has held a reunion each year since its graduation. Mrs. W. H, Peck is a member of the class and IF ONLY THE BEST GAS OIL GREASES OR S E R V I C E will satisfy you, see us SHELL GflS STATION "EDDIE" PARSONS, 140 EAST KENT ROAD Proprietor y. STOW

6 6 THE CO M M U N IT Y C HIJ RC H NEWS DAIRY ICE CREAM PRODUCTS COLD MEATS SANDWICHES SOFT DRINKS Slow ISALY'S H. REARICK. Manager STOW home the fore part of the week from a ten-day fishing trip in Hastings, Canada. They had a fine time and the party as a whole caught over five hundred fish. Five dollars for fast work: Geraldine Kaiser of North Sanford avenue won $3.00 in a race at the Goodrich picnic last Monday and. about three weeks ag'o she won a $2.00 prize in a foot race at the Goodrich local's picnic. How much do you enjoy a nice, fat. healthy fly uzzb buz-z-z, buzz-z, buz-z-z-z-z back and forth, back and forth, back and forth round and round back and forth back and forth? Buzzaz-?? Swat! Mr. and Mrs. George Dowe of England, brother-in-law and sister respectively of George Emery this last Saturday the 43rd reunion was held at her home on Hudson road. In his talk before the Bible school Rev. Hulme wondered if.those teachers who were absent at that time had taken the trouble to secure a substitute teacher for their class. Birthdays celebrated at Bible school were those of Mrs. B. B. Mineard, Mrs. C. V. Shakespeare, Mr. Levi Moyer, Billy Powell -and George Gaylord. (If any have been omitted from this list please let us know.) Molly Belle Kennedy of Canton, Ohio, a sister of Mrs. Sidney Nash, East Graham road, was a visitor at the Nash domicile last week. On her return to Canton she was accompanied by Ruth Nash who is are now on their way over to visit visiting there this week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller and ther son in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Emery expects to drive to Toronto family of Hudson road returned the first week in September and W. C. GERBER & SON FORD SALES & SERVICE SUNOCO PRODUCTS Phone WA W. C. GERBER C. F. GERBER

7 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS ' "1 I 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.f bring his sister back to Stow for a visit here. Here is something Which would you rather have. a half dozen pr so big live rats rambling round the fcasement,. attic, etc., or the same number of dead ones in the wa^ll 1 or under the bathroom * floor, or in some other equally inaccessible place?' Now which? ERRATUM: Its ali a terrible mistake about the $205 Repair bill for the $ township truck. George Emery tells us that the truck really dost somewhere around $ and that the repair bill was less than $i How much less he did not state. Mrs. T. H. Duncan of Akron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. N, MciNab was operated upon for appendicitis at the Ashland hospital "recently. Jackie Duncan, a young man of eighteen months is staying with, his grandparents in Stow while his mother is in the hospital. The only item of interest which Mr. Hutchinson, manager of Mc- Knight's Service, has to report is!' ; that their kitten fell in the cistern J last Monday and after considerable excitement and engineering was finally removed by lowering a bucket filled with rags and baited with cheese to the depths. Kitty climbed aboard and was raised to safety. Last Friday evening some thirtyfive or forty young people gathered at the church and helped Levi' Moyer celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday. A birthday spanking-, administered in 'vigorous fashion by Miss Arlene Stein, also games, refreshments and other activities occupied the evening. With the best wishes of those present the "Wherewith-all" for a pair of red suspenders and other similar decorations was presented to Mr. Moyer at the close of the evening. Draw your own conclusions folks. Draw your own conclusion! And if there is any explaining to do, just see R. N. Mc'Nab, his boys. He will explain. So be it known, Dick Osman leaves Monday with Miss Ethyl Mae Carlisle for a vacation (?) in Detroit. And as witness, attendants, chaperones, or whatever Friend's Service Station "BILL'' BRIDGERS, Proprietor fleetwiog Gas and Oil

8 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS COAL PRICES On six or seven ton lots Brandy Wine Coal per ton Black Hawk Coal from $435 < A nc Magnolia County, per ton4^* ' ^ The Thomas Coal Company WA West Graham Rd. you want to call them, they will be accompanied by their respective mothers and Miss Mildred Osman. Shall we have the old shoes, tin pans, etc. ready when they return. James Trent, son of Mr. <and Mrs. P. R. Trent, East Kent road, returned from a fifteen day YMOA gypsy trip taken with twenty-three other boys. They stopped in Pennsylvania, Washington, D. C., visited the White House, Washington Monument and from theer went to th Caverns of Turay-Turay, Virginia. The Stow Volunteer Fire Department have just about completed the installation of a sanitary drinking fountain in front of the place. They need, however, a one-half or two-thirds H. P. electric motor to operate their pump. They would have you know they still have a piano to trade for a motor of suitable size. Last Friday evening the Men's Bible class met at the church in business session. They decided to sponsor the Bible School Orchestra, thus relieving a certain well known individual of a certain amount of work. They also decided to hold a corn roast some time. And to fix up a.place for the minister to play horseshoe, and to make an oven for roasting corn and wieners in the open, and, and, and. Decision first and then action. We'll report the action next week Maybe. GRAHAM ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Thelma Stitt, who was injured severely in an automobile accident several weeks ago was able to return to work last week. In th absence of Rev. Dougles, last Sunday morning worship was conducted by Rev. Matthews and the evening' service by Rev. Hill of the Goodyear Heights Baptist Church. Mr. B. J. Kincaid and family of FINE FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS OR FUNERALS SILVER L A K E FLORISTS

9 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Ritchie road will leave August 27 for a vacation in West Virginia. Miss Erma Childs is still confined to her home because Of injury received at. the Sunday school picnic. Miss Jean Leas and Gladys Stiles celebrated birthdays at Sunday school last Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Morehouse enjoyed a visit from her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. King of Zanesville last Wednesday. John_ Trowbridge expects to spend the latter part of this month at the lake cottage of his friends in Detroit. The fish had tetter beware because John will be after them with a good supply of tackle including a fly about a foot long. We wish him luck. The Haynes family have purchased a property on S. Caleb avenue and will move in a couple of weeks. Their present home will be occupied by the Sutton family. TRAVEL L, G. Phelps Writes Of Trip Starting, from Stow Saturday morning, August 1st at 5:30 a. m., we reached New York City about 7:00 in the evening, entering the city by way of the Holland tunnel under the Hudson river. Desiring to see as much of the city as possible we drove around a while in Brooklyn and Manhattan, then ; went to the Governor Clinton hotel where we stayed Saturday and Sunday night. Sunday we went out to the Statue of Liberty, went through the Aquarium, Grand Central Park and Grand Central Station, Radio City ana to the top of the Empire State building which is 102 stories high, 1225 ft. to the top observation platform. Among other things in the. park We saw the Egyptian Obelisk, which is 3500 years old, and was E. F. KASTENS Pumps, Heating, Plumbing ESTIMATES FREE 116 East Graham Road Phone WA WANTED: Young- girl as companion and housekeeper by young married couple. Room, board and spending money. Permanent home to right girl. Call WA E O R SALE BALED STRAW W. E. BRADLEY Diagonal Rd. STOW pwismi^j Regular Meetings 8 P.M. j I 2nd & 4th Tuesday of < S Each Month j \ MARHOFER HALL j J STOW > I EVERY BODY WELCOME > UPHOLSTERING McGKAIL ANT1QUK SHOP Phone WA E. Kent Rd. STOW BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP j \ MARHOFER BLOCK? I S T O W I

10 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS A 8c B SCHOOL ACADEMIC BUSINESS also TUTORING Claudie Rockwell.. Principal of High School Alice M. Kanavel.... Commercial Business also Instruction in Speedwriting and Shorthand Telephone BL Everett Building 39 East Market Street, AKRON, OHIO brought to the U. S. in Monday we left New York, crossing the Hudson river by way of the George Washington bridge into New Jersey, and continued up the Hudson on the Storm King highway to.newburg, where we again crossed the river this time on a ferry boat, and went over in Connecticut, then north to Vermont. Had flat tire.jus;., as we got accross the George Washington ^bridge, which was the only car trouble 011 the trip. The scenery along te Storm King highway and m the Green Mountains of Vermont is very beautiful. It was necessary to zig zag around somewhat in order to visit all the New England states, so from Vermont We went southeast to Providence, Rhode Island and from there to Rock and took some pictures of statues and monuments to the Pilgrims. Next, we went to Boston, Lexington and Conc:rd. At Lexington we ran into a terific rainstorm which lasted a half hour Or so. Near Concord we saw the old residences of Hawthorne, and of. Louise May Alcott, a house butt; by Wm. Emerson, and a place not far from here w[here Whittles was born. There are several mqpuments at Concord and on the old battlefield of the Revolutionary war heroes, also a marker showing where the fallen British soldiers were buried. While this is a very meager description of what we saw so far, I will try to describe the balance of tbe trip thru Maine, New Brunswick, Quebec, etc. later on. COAL E. M. Guise Coal & Supply Co. WA munroe Falls, Ohio

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