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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS VOL. V WHY BE IN EARNEST? People about the church would be offended if they were told that they were not in earnest. Who wants to be charged with insincerity? The good church folk would be mortally offended, would probably resent it or demand an apology for such an indictment. At least it would be treated as unkind and with out foundation. However, when one weighs human lives and their endeavors by results, when church membership is put in the scales of eternal justice, when one reviews the yesterday by the standard of gain for Christ and the church, a human soul sobs alone as he sees gross indifference on every hand. Now this idea of being in earnest in our religion is perfectly legitimate and in every sense honorable, in fact, it is the only way to find happiness and enjoy the finer values of Christianity. If a man desires wealth, if he would accumulate money, there is one essential that over-rides all else, Be in earnest. I have known people who have fallen headlong in love, in fact, one never gets very far in that adventure unless he is in earnest. I have known people who were greatly interested in getting an education, but they were always in earnest. In religion man presumes much on God, many go along with the company, they are nominal cfturch members. Why pray be exercised? God is in His Heaven and all is well. A half-hearted, luke- STOW, O., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1938 NO. 24 warm, indifferent church member will never turn human souls to righteousness, he will never shine like the fetars forever and forever. It is a trait of the human soul to be active, alive, fired with spiritual joy, actuated to dare and do, strange and wonderful impulses urge and probe every God man that has been sincere in enlisting in the army of the Lord. Activity is a passion that refuses to be quieted when one is born of God. When a soul receives pardon and is released from the bondage of the adversary, then' is the spiritual life real and fraught with tremendous meaning. It is as though the fires banked are suddenly a heated flame. A force mighty and unseen possessed the soul. One must do or go, or speak, action is the only relief, a new and unerring power has taken command. Now, my church friend, why not be in earnest? If you are, the unseen current will sweep you on. No power on land or sea can retard its onward sweep. If you are not in earnest scornful winds will sweep across your earthly tomb and in far off years, too far to count, no one in eternity will ever rejoice because you once Sojourned on this earth. GEO. M. HULME CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Next Sunday evening's" topic, "How Propagandists Put It Over On Us," will be handled by Virginia Easterling, leader. All

2 STOW COMMUNITY CHURCH GEORGE M. HI'LME... Wilis'"!- 859 Ardmore AT., Akron, UN-1685 Business Phone Number THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Drawer C Stow, Summit Co., Ohio. Published weekly. Subscription price 50c a year. Entered as second class matter May 4, 1937 at the Postoffice at Stow, Ohio, under Act of Marrh 3, 1879, Office of publication, 360 W. Arndale Rd., Stow. H. J. Stockman, Editor. Falls Printing Co., printer. young people are cordially invited to attend. Time of meeting, 6:30 P. M., usual place. And the Endeavorers ask us not to forget the Box Social which they are sponsoring Friday evening, the twenty-fourth of June. Everybody come. Ladies bring a box, men their pocketbooks. The place of this event was not announced but it will probably be somewhere around Community Church about 7:30 P. M. < MISSION OPENS A gospel mission has been opened in Stow. Meetings are held every Sunday evening at 7:30 P. M. in Marhofer Hall over Isaly Dairy. Preaching by J. R. Utterbach. Everybody is welcome. BIBLE STUDY-PRAYER MEET Your attention is called to the Wednesday evening meeting conducted in the church by Mr. Biggs. Teachers of Bible classes will do well to attend, as each time the, next Sunday's lesson is considered in detail. 7:30 P. M. is the time. The Young People's prayer meeting is to be held this Satur- YOUR COMFORT Is One Of Our First Considerations We have provided for your comfort, in our funeral home, by a modern Frigidaire air conditioning unit. No opportunity to better our service is consciously overlooked. THE McGOWAN FUNERAL HOME WA-1313 Cuyahoga Falls 247 Slow Ave.

3 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS "Iff BAUMGARDTS MEAT MARKET Best Quality Meats AUGUST F. BAUMGARDT WA-8816 ACME STORE No. 114 STOW CHURCH CALENDAR Bible School, Sunday. 9:3Q A. M. C. E., Sunday 6:30 P. M. Evening Evangelistic Service, Sunday... 7:30 P. M. Teachers Training Class and Prayer Meet, Wed. 7:30 P. M. Orchestra Practice, Wed. Evening 7:30 P. M- Church Business Meeting, First Friday Evening of Month day evening in the church. Friday night the members of the cast for the missionary play, "The- Harvest Abundant" will meet in the Tabernacle for practice. :, IN RETROSPECT Children's Day exercises held last Sunday evening were most pleasing. With a platform filled with little folks from the Primary Department, several from the Junior and Intermediate Departments, also the Orchestra, the flowers on the chancel rail all presented a pleasing and colorful picture. The orchestra with their new music, the little folks with their recitations, dialogues and special numbers, gave evidence of much work and practice on the part of those participating in the program. As Superintendent Biggs says full credit goes to Mrs. North as Superintendent of the Primary Department and other helpers for the extra effort and energy expended in getting up the splendid program. <s> SCOUTS Boy Scout Troop 167 of Stow Community Church took their first hike last Saturday afternoon. Starting from the church they hiked to the Cuyahoga River off River Road. Chief events of the afternoon were the taking on of ten gallons (more or less) of water at Norths and the passing by all scouts of the fire building and cooking tests. Scoutmaster Mosley reports that Marc Stockman turned out to be the best cook. Master Joe Ballis and Toby Mosley went along on this hike as mascots. On the return trip more water, ten gallons or so, was taken on at McColgans. < > THE REASON WHY Last weeks paper had only six pages. The preceeding issue only eight. This made some folks wonder why? The answer: Lack of money reduces the size of most anything, except the doctors bills and a few other bills. In this paper it costs 16 %c per GERANIUMS 15c. - 25c. Fresh Annual Plants 20c. doz. Silver Lake Florists

4 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS "Iff GARDEN, SEEDS GARDEN Spray - Dust Fertilizers Berry Boxes Plants FIELD SEED CORN Seed Potatoes Chick Starter Growing Mash Broiler Mash BAUGHMAN'S" WA-8122 column men lor regular linotype news items delivered to your address. Our advertising rates make it necessary to carry nearly 50% advertising to pay the cost of printing, etc. Business not being all that it was once, the printer has instructions to print the paper on a basis for a while, or at least until collections come in a little better, more advertising is obtained, or other financial assistance is secured. So, a page of linotype, and a page of advertising to balance. If you don't like it that way and wish to see an extra page of news or other articles now and then, two dollars And thirty-three cents will pay for a page. Advertising rates remain at $5 per page. <3> PERSONALS Attend evening church services next Sunday. Did you know that Rev. Hulmeused to be a potter? FOR SALE One seven week old "Willie" Goat. Price exceedingly reasonable. Call WA (Adv.) Miss Arlene Stein after an illness of several weeks was able to be at the evening services last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Conley of West Arndale road visited last Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Phelps of Akron. ROOFING, SPOUTING, Sheet Metal Work, Furnace and General Repairing GEORGE COLLENE, 2108 Oakwood Dr., Cuyahoga Falls. Phone WAIbridge It is reported that the dam at Meadowbrook Lake is to be rebuilt under the supervision of state engineers. Miss Eloise Zirkle after spending a week visiting her parents

5 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS STOW OPEN AIR MARKET Opposite Stow School on Hudson Rd. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DAILY We are pleased to serve you Bill and Joyce Edwards "Iff on Franklin Roa«K returned last Sunday afternoon to Washington, D. C. where she works for Uncle Sam. Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas returned to her home in Canton, Ohio, last Monday after spending the preceding week visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Stein, Thorndale road, Stow. While driving to school last Friday after report cards, brothers Jack and Roy Olson driving their grandfather's car,.., were sideswiped by another car at the schoolhouse corner. Roy was thrown from the car receiving a bump or two while Jack was uninjured. The car was a wreck. Dr. and Mrs. Joy G. Lichty of 167 Oak Road, Stow, entertained this last Tuesday everting with a picnic dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Miller and family of Sidney, Australia. Mr. Miller is connected with the Goodyear Australian Plant and is now on triannual leave of absence visiting in this country. Attendance at Bible School last Sunday was two hundred sixteen. Mrs. Dunn's class won the banner. Birthdays celebrated were those of Mrs. Dunn, Earl Buck, Bob Stein and Wm. Lodge. Mr. Lodge remarked that for the last eighteen years he has celebrated his birthday in this way. The first year only forty-six cents were required. Now the figures are reversed. Last Sunday at the morning church services we were much pleased to listen to Mr. Cecil A. A. Rearick in two baritone solos. While Mr. Rearick's ambition runs toward operatic and concert work he certainly would be a most valuable addition in a musical way to any church. May he sing for us again. Arpad Kurinsky, District Supervisor, Federal Music Project for the Akron District tells us that the Akron Civic orchestra of this project gave 312 performances from the latter part of September, 1937 to the second week ALWAYS THE BEST "Eddie" Parsons SUPER SHELL GAS GOLDEN SHELL OIL 140 E.Kent Road, Stow P.S. We wash Cars

6 6 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS "Iff KNIGHT SERVICE CO. NirWay WA-2224 There is a Difference Cleaning and Pressing INVISIBLE SHOE REBUILDING 1890 Front St. Cuyahoga Falls COAL BUILDING TILE SEWER PIPE DRAIN TILE BRICK CEMENT BLOCK MASON LIME FINISH LIME CEMENT SAND GRAVEL WASHED SAND WASHED GRAVEL DRIVEWAY MATERIAL GUISE COAL WA in June, 1938, playing to an audience of 103,578"*people. Almost all of the performances of this group were given in public and parochial schools in Akron and Summit county. FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Collie Pups, also Circassian Walnut Living Room; Suite and two Dayton Electric Computing Scales th St., Cuyahoga Falls (Adv.) Dr. D. H. Harrington, president of the Stow Civic Association is passing a petition relative to the matter of incorporating a certain s^etion of the township. It seems that this is necessary in order that those who desire city water may obtain same. The motto of the Civic Association should be: "City Water or Bust." Telephone WA-1423 for an appointment at the Stow Beauty Shoppe. Elsie Mae Walton, Mgr. (Adv.) <S» - GRAHAM ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Attendance in Bible School last. Sunday was 148. A special program is being prepared for next Sunday in honor of J Father's Day. for all Dairy Products call on ISALY'S in Slow H. A. REARICK. Proprietor

7 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS "Iff Seeds and Plants Baughman's FURNITURE REPAIRED REFINISHED CABINET WORK Clint E. Worcester WA-9635 BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP Marhofer Block STOW :-: OHIO Notice Beginning June 4th., Our Office will Close on Saturday at 12 noon. E. M. Guiss Coal Co. For Sale or Rent to responsible people: New, all modern brown shingle, five-room house with garage, garden and fruit. May be had with one or more acres of ground. W. E. Bradley, about two and a quarter miles out Diagonal Road, Stow. (Adv.) Stow Mrs. Younkin recently visited friends in Connellsville, Pa. James Leas is visiting relatives in Coshocton this week. Several of our " young people attended the B. Y. P. U. Rally over last week-end at Camp Y-Noah. Birthdays celebrated last Sunday were those of Mrs. Kincaid, Mrs.. Douglas* and John Trowbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan have as guests the former's sister, Mrs. F. Trippett and daughter, Betty, of Parkersburg. Miss Betty Greathouse recently enjoyed a visit with her brother Frank and family in Pennsylvania. The W. W. G. girls entertained the boys with a picnic at Kendall Park Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Belle Dague of Lodi, a sister of Mrs. Douglas, was a recent guest of their niece, Mrs. Warner. The Adult class meeting was held last Friday evening at the home of / Mr. and Mrs. Wesley. Fleetwi ng/^ Fleetwing ^ ffleet^ong] Gas Oil Friend's Service Station W. J. "BILL" BRIDGKKS,Proprietor

8 8 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS "Iff =GAS OIL GREASE* W. C. GERBER & SON GAS - OIL McGrail Antique Shop UPHOLSTERING and CABINET WORK Phone WA E. Kent Rd. Stow. STOW DAIRY. General Dairy Products A. F. STEIN 149 Hudson Rd. Stow Phone WA-4794 MARTHA SPAGHT GENERAL INSURANCE A Service That Makes Friends And Keeps Them JUNCTION SHOE REPAIR H. M. WYATT, Prop. Good Material - Good Work 2721 Hudson Drive The July meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chadwell. Eugene Sutton has just completed five years of perfect attendance in grade school. He and his mother both hold the remarkable record of six years in Bible school without missing a Sun- FORD SALES day. The Missionary Society will meet the last Thursday in June with Mrs. Douglas. There were nineteen members present at the last meeting at the Mrs. Ralph Kline home. The Primary Department remembered Mrs. Morehouse with a handkerchief shower as a token of appreciation for her faithful work as their former superintendent. Very interesting prayer meetings are being conducted at our churph each Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. Mrs. Duval of Akron is explaining the book of Revelations. Mrs. Daisy McCaushin-Fahle, who spent the last winter in Florida and while there married August Fahle, after a recent short visit in Darrowville, last wfiek, shipped her furnitiire from the G. L. Darrow home where she had been employed for the past six years and returned to her new home in Florid^. On the way down she stopped off to visit for a short time a sister in Chattanooga, Tenn. Towing, Car Repairing, Welding and Electrical Work MARHOFER CHEVROLET WA-1823 ST0W,0.

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