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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Vol. Ill Friday, October 2, 1936 STOW, OHIO No. 40 MINISTER'S TOPIC CONTENTMENT My, yes, what a jewel is contentment, just to quit this feverish push and shove and be content, to be satisfied, to have an ease of mind, a restful heart, a spirit undisturbed. Contentment is to take hold of the task in the rough, just as it is, and without friction or rasp to work it out contentedly, satisfied, happy as the day is long. Do you consider your life a humdrum? Do you covet the other fellow's gold? Are you dis-satisfied with your lot? Do you hate the old home? Do dad and mother bore you? Have you outgrown the c'hurch? Does the sermon get on your nerves? Do you chafe to fly away and quit these dull, stupid folk and places? Now, my friends, it's not the wood-shed, or carpet, or old floor, or poor old dad, or the church, or a thousand other stupid things that seem so cheap, so common, so undesirable, no, no, it is you, just you. One set of fingers will make everything spick and span in the most commonplace surroundings. Out of confusion will come order, and that without a murmur or complaint. With, another everything disintegrates, gloom and dust settle like death, the old gate swings on one hinge, the hoijse in ruin, the coat a rag. It's when the master in art, in music, in poetry, in any line whatsoever, touches the common-place, the crude, the rough, then it is transformed and becomes worthy, Sunday Sermon Subject:- beautiful, a delight. The bees do not make honey when discontented, disturbed and off in a swarm, even the fowls in the barn-yard are unworthy servants when unsettled and ill at ease. No, it's When they are content, that alone is the time of profit. Settle down, my friends, be content. There are discouragements of course, but just touch things as the Master Spirit would, and the trees oif tihe field will clap their hands, you will just be surprised what a transformation can be made in the church, and the home, and yourself. Let us hope that contentment as a virtue or a value of human happiness will not perish from the earth. GEO. M HULME MEN'S BIBLE CLASS The subject oif our lesson for next Sunday is "The Macedonian Call" Nine verses of this lesson are devoted to the details of God's direction of Paul and his party on their second missionary journey. It was Paul's ambition to carry the gospel into new fields and so he set out without a definite plan of procedure. When he left Antioch in Prisidia he started northeast toward the Black Sea. God stopped him and directed him North and then finally due West to Troas on the coast of the Aegean Sea. Here he gave him a vision of a man of Macedonia begging for help. Paul then took his party by boat to Neople's and thence by land to P'hilliplpi. Now let us stop here for a sur- Prove All Things

2 414. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS DRAWER C STOW, SUMMIT CO., OHIO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE EOc 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 9:33 MORNING WORSHIP - Sunday 10:45 JR. CHOIR PRACTICE - Wed. 4:00 p. m. ORCHESTRA PRACTICE Wed. 7:30 p. m. CHOIR PRACTICE - Thursday 8:00 p. m. Home Coming - Sunday Oct. 11th vey of the place where the Lord directed Paul. Fhillipi was a meet- IOR FAIRNESS OF PRICE AND UTMOST IN SERVICE THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RU LE RECOMMENDS TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY THEM9GOWAN FUNERAL HOME OVERLOOKING PARK CUYAHOGA.FALLS PHONE WALBRIDGE 1313 ^jbr&^errecl Seroice<" o ing place of the then known East and West. It was located on the great thoroughfare between Rome and Byzantium called the Egnatian W!ay. Through this city came travelers from the East and from the West. It was a center for the exchange of ideas and served, if you please, as a melting pot for various national and racial opinions. Travelers through Philipipi carried these ideas and news into every nook and corner of two great empires (Rome in the East and Byzantium in the West. So we see that the Lord directed Paul to the spot where his work would be most effective and it resulted in the formation of a great network of Christian influence. It is a wonderful example of the power and wisdom of God as he reveals himself through men. And here, in this strange and metropolitan center, Paul went to a river bank to pray and God promised Lydia, a seller of purple to be blessed, converted and to open her home as an abode for Paul. He went to Philippi a stranger and was received into an excellent household as a brother. (Acts 16:7-15). The last four verses Of our lesson reveal Paul's life ambition. It was to blaze trails. It wias to go places and do things other men had not dared to do His zeal is demonstrated in his phrase, "lest I should build on another man's foundation." Oh that we might have more men today with the ambition and zeal of Paul, men who strive to new goals and greater fields to conquer, not men who try to see how little they can do and how small they can be and merely exist. (Romans 15:18-21) N. W. BIGGS

3 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS AN OPPORTUNITY The Church also offers for sale one-half of their lot facing the Kent Road. Portion to be sold extends one hundred feet on Elm Road, with an eighty foot frontage on Kent Road. Call HE Inquire of Rev. Geo. M. Hulme REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETING The Stow Republican Club announce the first appearance in Stow of Tom Herbert, candidate for the office of Attorney General. Tiimj!, Thursday, October 8th, 8:00 P. M. Place Marhofer Hall. The public is cordially invited to attend this meeting. DEMOCRAT CLUB????? # GRAHAM ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Only 82 at Sunday School last Sunday. Don'it wait until Rally Day to rally, begin next Sunday. Visitors at Bible School were Mr. and Mrs. Bryan.and Maxine Gibbs. imrs. Frye and Mrs. Wagner are still unable to attend church. They are both teachers in Bible school and are missed. Next Sunday is Promotion Day and a"* special program is being planned. The Sunday School board held a meeting last Tuesday night at the church. Mr. Thrash and Mr. Frye gave birthday offerings last Sunday morning. The Fireside Forum was held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leas. Rev. Douglas spoke Sunday morning on the subject "Crooked Made Straight." Luke: Mr. and Mrs. J. Sutton entertained Betty Brightman, Betty Greathouse, 'Lois Douglas, Hoyt D R I V E I N AT OUR STATION YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE SHELL GflS "EDDIE" PARSONS, STATION Proprietor 140 EAST KENT ROAD STOW

4 4. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS G E r r Y O U R Ice Cream - Sandwiches Cold Meats and Dairy Products At I S A L Y ' S jn Slow H. 0. REARICK. Manager Douglas and Gene Sutton last Sunday in honor of their son James' birthday., The Junior B. Y. P. U. had charge of last Sunday evening service They gave two playlets and several musical numbers The Akron Baptist Temple Quartet accepted the invitation to take part in the program and every one enjoyed the lovely numbers which they sang. PERSONAL DEAR FRIENDS: News is scarce, so in place of the usual Personal Column, the Editor will write you a letter of a sort. In the first place nearly all of our foreign and domestic correspondents failed us 'this week. last FOR SALE: 30 White Leghorn Pullets just starting to lay, also :55 young pullets, some E. I. Reds. Call at 1st House on Ut. ide Hi wood Ave. -:- STOW T R A D E A T Osborne's Grocery I] Corner Fish Creek and Diagonal Roads % Open 6 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. week ll days,-8 to 10:30 Saturdays Sunday was Rally Day (incidentally 202 were present just 53 short of last year), and in the excitement of the occasion the ladies class just didn't turn in any news items. They most generally give us our M E A T A A A T E - JUICY HOME DRESSED - HOME CURED A. W. B A R B E R One Mile North of Hudson Hudson Telephone 100 XI State Route 91 R

5 417. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS FOR SALE 1 Used Oil Range... $ Used ali Porcelain Coal Range like new... $ Used Coal Heater... $ All Porcelain Instant Light Gasoline Range.. $25.00 THE STOW HARDWARE WA STOW start on the Personals. They -will have to do better next week otherwise it is quite 'possible there will be no paiper. Oan't have a newspaper without news you kndw. However, we did get to Sunday school late cn account of running out of gas. way down the Graham road. Some good Samaritan in a Model T or 'A' with a family, gave us a push down to the corner gas station and we hereby wish to publicly 'thank him for his good deed, and as we were saying we (the children and I) got there finally just about a half hour late, FOR SERVELLE.SERVICE g pusting Paper, Towels Etc. Forest Hawk, Jr. STOW. O. WA I SALESMAN WANTED f arriving about the same time Howard Sanner, who should have been there three-quarters of an hour sooner so as to play first violin in the early hour concert by the orchestra.. Weil what we heard of the mu- WE now offer a complete lubrication service. Drive your car on to our New Hydraulic lift and have us use our New High Pressure equipment. You will be pleased with the results. WA MARHOFER CHEVROLET STOW

6 c ^SL L j West Virginia Splint 6. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Kentucky Block - Dorothy Egg CALL FOR PRICES E. M\ Guise Coal & Supply Co. WA munroe Falls, Ohio sic iy the orchestra sounded O. K. (that means all right) and so did the Junior Choir. One group sat on one side of the platform and one on the other which we think is a very good arrangement. Now folks its just too bad, but we don't have enough places to put all the slashes Mr. Monteith revives an old proposition that an addition to the church be placed on the back cf the present building with three or four rooms to accommodate that many respective classes and, personally It is cur opinion that the idea is O. K. (that means all right.) Speaking of Bible School classes there were twenty-two in the Men's For COAL (!ALL The Thomas Coal Company: West Graham lf«i. WA class. They will still have to get a few more members to be as' numerous as the ladies. Then there was a new class organized consisting of a dozen or so young men of Hi School ate, to be taught by Mr. Burl F. Cox. They expect to do great things. Only one birthday was celebrated this time at Bible School, that of Mr. Burt B. Mineard. On account; cf River Road correspondent notfunctioning this week it will be impossible to report whether or not the folks over there gave him a proper celebration. Now at church Madam Winn,, colored singer, sang as advertised E. F. KASTENS Pumps, Heating, Plumbing KiS'ST >1 A TICS FItKK 116 East Graham Road Phone WA. 7688

7 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS FINE FLOWERS FOR WEDDINGS OR FUNERALS Our Prices are Low Considering- Quality SILVER LAKE FLORISTS Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Service. and Rev. Hulme apparently being aware that folks were carried away by her singing dispensed with the sermon in order to allow her to sing several extra numbers. She appeared in the interest of the National Home Finding Society for Orphan Colored Children located near Irvington, Ky. One other thing you should know.about in connection with the church and that is -you are cordially invited to attend the Annual Homecoming of the Community Church at Stow, Ohio, Sunday, October 11, Sunday school will be at 9:30. Morning worship at 10:45. A special speaker will be there at 3:00 P. M. and a musical program at 8:00 P. M. is planned. Bring a well-filled basket lunch with table service and plan to spend an enjoyable day with us. Now on occasions the reporter for this paper sallies forth to collect news and here is what he encountered. Last Saturday- Mr. Black, who incidentally was trespassing on the Shell Gas Station's property, informed u s that son, Otis, hiad visited his home folks CIDER MILL I Mile West of Darrowville Custom Work on Tuesdays and Saturday Fred Bienz ELECT William C Knotts REPUBLICAN FOR County Commissioner Paid Political Ad. the week before last and is now registered as a Junior, majoring in Chemistry, at Ohio State University. Furthermore, at Friend's Gas Station we found out that Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Minicks with sons, Jim and Jiay, took Charles Jr. to Buffalo last Wednesday where he entered the Medical School located there. The rest of the family then visited Niagara Falls and friends in Hamilton, Ont., for a day or two. Ljast Saturday evening in our I I f GOOD COfIL RIGhjT W. V. or Kentucky 2 tons Bergholz Ohio Lump. 2 tons : Sjieci.il I'l iee on Dorothy or Bine Grass Special Price on 5 ton Lots TREMARY COAL COMPANY wa <uur> PRICES $ $6 85 «7 7 S'r.st Kent Road STOW

8 8. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS For TOWING SERVICE ANY PLACE CALL HUDSON Hissem's Garage rounds we found Mr. Bauder fumigating his green house, Fred Bienz making cider, and at Baughmans it was discovered that the house in which he lives, back of his feed store is a hundred and ten years old. This led to a discussion as to the probable <age of the log cabin on the Hansen farm oil Call Road at Stewart's Corners more about this later. On this same evening a visit to Mr. Wheeler at the Stow Hardware produced the ad which you read in this paper. Also the enclosed circular. Other News: Roger Wesley Temple of Ellsworth Roacl celebrates his fifth birthday this Thursday; Curtis Hciley of Ritchie Road last Wednesday had arteries of his arm broken and his face bruised when their ecw dragged him over the ground. Then three weeks &%o we should hiave told you about a certain family's return from a trip in Yellowstone Park; mentioning no names there is a man who attends church only when his mother comes for a. visit; also there is a certain baby on Gorge Park Blivd that has la new tooth and oh yes BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP MAUHOFEK S T O W BLOCK ANY WHERE 169-L-l Darrowville Miss Marion M. King, Stow librarian announces that the following hgih school students - are assisting in the High School Library this HENS LAY BETTER ON FUL-O'PEP & EGG V MASH 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 Feed Store WA STOW I K L E C T P I Judge Owen 1. Roderick - Probate Judge 0 : y) H Lcok for name on scpjrsfe rsn-parti- p san Judicial Ballot. ^ If Paid Political Ad.

9 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS COAL ORDER NOW Brandywine Coal per ton - $4.65 Black Hawk from Magnolia - $4.95 The Thomas Coal Company WA West Graham Rd. year and taking the course in library science for which one-fourth credit is given: iraiert Hamilton, Virginia Wooten, Leroy Owen, Robert Edmiston, Oorinne Oyer, Elaine Everett, Mary Lee Stout, Evelyn Harlan, Helen Justice. Monday evening's exploits come next. On coming home from work the Mrs. (she does not like to be called the 'Mrs.') needed a new stove so we went down to the Hiar'dinUPMsfEWT^j! M GR AIL Antique Shop Phone WA. 101)1 150 E.Kent Rd. STOW ware to procure one. While in the more populated section of Stow visits were made to some well known points of interest; first the posto'ffice. Verle Risinger, Assistant Postmaster informed us that the Stow Fhilathlic Club will hold the first meeting of the season next Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Fire Department basement. All stamp collectors are invited to attend. Then Mr. Purnell Lawhorn of West Arndale Road, while buying stamps, let the news leak out that Mr. Lawhorn was canning tomatoes (Mondlay). Next door to the postoffice you will find the Cord Wood DELIVERED PRICES REASONABLE B. HODGES Call WA. 9534

10 10 THE COMMUNITYCHURCH NEWS V FLEEHWING that's all "BILL" BRIDGETS, Proprietor pleetwiog Gas and Oil Stow Pharmacy. Chet Holt the pointed -at Darrowville but we proprietor informed us that the missed out on getting the news Stow Pharmacy now make their from that section as C. M. Woodring own ice cream, and they expect to had just left. have some sort of a grand opening On Meadow Brook Lake, the this Friday and Saturday giving Hissems (C. M.) and also the Shumans away free ice cream cones (maybe) imparted the information or was it some other idea. We prefer that the Metz Missionary Society ice cream cones to most any- thing else. meets this Thursday with Mrs. Fred Bienz. After the postoffice we visited From Meadow Brook Lake to the Marhofer's. No news there except Lindsays on Fish Creek Roa'd was they have a new hydraulic lift used a short hep. Mr. Lindsay is vacationing and with his wife and son, in greasing cars weighing up to four tons. John, they expected to leave Tuesday From Stow the Plymouth was for a few days trip to Pitts- W. C. GERBER & SON FORD SALES Sc SERVICE SUNOCO PRODUCTS Phone WA W. C. GERBER C. F. GERBER

11 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS S A L E Monday, October 5, 3:30 P. M. AT HOME ON KLEIN AVENUE New Three Burner Perfection Oil Stove Five Piece Breakfast Set, Reed Davenport, Dishes, Pans and other articles too numerous to mention. MRS. A. J. MAXWELL burgh, and then on to Conneaut, Ohio, to visit daughter, Martha, who is doing work in cooperative project under the Ashtabula County Home Demonstration Agent. Mr. Alfred Lindsay, Jr. Chemist, is now employed on research and analytical work in the Texitor Laforatories in Cleveland. Next we visited T. E. and C. P. Hanson, farmers at Stewards Corners, in an effort to ascertain the age of their log cabin, subject of discussion Saturday night, but were referred to Will Lodge or!prank Green, who have a reputation as local historians. Now in a trip to the far end of (Ritchie Road it was discovered that Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Phelps and son, Milton and family, of Akron took a four day trip over the week end to Fairmont, W. Va. where they visited relatives. One thing that ininterested Mr. Phelps was a visit to Arthurdale, a resettlement project sponsored by Mrs. Roosevelt, rt is designed to furnish homes for miners who lost their original homes diuring the depression. Eaet home is on a tract of about four acres. It seems there are several hundred of these little farm. Next Furs!t Brothers Store was visited. Bill Wright caime in badly crippled. He had been kicked in the stomaich by a horse. The discussion then brought to light the following news items: Mr. Charles Bositwick, East Arndale Road, is reported improving at City Hospital after a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheekla spent Siunday a't Mrs. Sheeka's home at Loudonville, Ohio. Visitors at Furst's over the week end were Mrs. C. E. Livengood and Marjorie and Robert of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Giaylord Hamman have a brand new shiny black Chevrolet. Helen Stahl has a coupe (Ford) all he own when John dosen't borow it. Monday evening Mrs. Neugaitaauer RADIO SERVICE-Seivice that is Service The Stow Hardware WA. 8842

12 12. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS W. F. CARLISLE REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE WA boiled he dish clothes over inght. Nothing but ashes left in the morning. As it was getting late (about 8:30 the editor retires at 9:00 P.M. now most usually) one more stop was decided upon, that was Gerbers. Here we met Eddie Ruggles, and by the way, did you know Eddie has a new 1931 car that won't always run? Eddie tells us that for the hottest tie in town see Lester North of River Road. Mr. Sommison returned Sunday from his second visit to the hospital. Mr. Prank Cook, Marhofer Road, who fell from a ladder about three weeks ago while picking fruit, fracturing iris spine and who is now in a plaster cast, is improving. Other news: Robert Schnee returned from the City Hospital last Tuesday Evening. We are glad for his recovery. Yours truly, H. J. STOCKMIAN ipjs. If you don't like our style this week blame yourself for not sending in the news items. IPJS. No. 2 don't forget ajbout the subscriptions. 50 cents please. LATE NEWS BULLETIN : Furst, Rickets, Harper, and Prior, arose at 4 A. M. Thursday for squirrel hunting. Prior who has only one arm got four squirrels, while Furst, Rickets, and Harper did not get any. NOTICE The American Legion, Roger Moore Post No. 175 Inc. will have Installation of Officers at their next regular meeting October 7, 1936, All members are requested to attend. OFFICERS EOR 1937 AS FOLLOWS: Commander T. J. Bahel 1st Vice Commander - - Dodd Latimer 2nd Vice Commander - W. W. Anderson Adjutant - C. Meyer Finance Officer A. B. Moore Chaplain F, F. Sommers Historian W. J. Hamilton Service Officer E. M. Guise Sargent at Arms A. Ladakis EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE E. M. Guise J. J. Hagat F. L. McCafferty T. Hilliard

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