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1 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS VOL. IV STOW, O., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NO 39 CAPITAL AND LABOR Delicate and difficult indeed to write about is this most colossal and age long conflict, namely, Capital and Labor. But, brethren, have you ever thought of the stupidity of this contention? Isn't it reasonable to believe that strikes, lock-outs, sit downs, riots and such like will be viewed by some advanced civilization as barberous, inhuman and grossly ignorant? Capital, my friend, has been since the world began. From the beginning one man has owned more land than his neighbor, or one man would accumulate one thousand sheep and five hundred camels while other men would have a score or less. From time immemorial one man has been the possessor of five talents and his neighbor had but one. One man among five millions is born to be a great leader while the others are not so gifted. Heaven may have equality but on the sojourn never. Be reasonable my laborer friend, why does any man labor? What is the only conceivable object of labor? To get something, to lay up in store, to accumulate, which is capital. Any healthy man can produce more than he can use for himself, hence his surplus is capital. That capital means ease, rest, amusement, life. Someone has said that labor and capital are one, that the public is a cow, that labor and capital are the thumb and finger which properly cooperating gets the milk. Labor always must of necessity do more than provide for immediate needs, canning fruit or filling coal bins for winter, these will suggest that Labor seeks a home, provides life insurance, educates the children and plans for a rainy day. Capital cannot live without labor. Suppose the factory closed down, how will Capital pay taxes, keep up repairs? Capital's only salvation is to find profitable investment, labor, without interruptions, is the only stream of life for capital. Labor and Capital alike cannot live and be antagonistic, they can only live and succeed by cooperation. Whoever thinks that either can prosper at the expense of the other is mistaken. Capitalists who seek to exploit Labor and Labor that is bent on destroying Capital are alike fools. Capital long ago would have owned and enslaved the world, however, Capital is like a flame always needing the fuel to keep it alive, and the heat thus generated is a useless thing unless it be put back at once to Labor. Capital and Labor are two partners, two friends. It's wicked for them to quarrel. They are one, their object is production, and production is life. Surely, sometime man will find Sunday Evening Topic:- "Is Christianity Practical"

2 2 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 466 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS DRAWER C STOW, SUMMIT CO., OHIO Published Weekly Subscription Price 50c A Year H. J. STOCKMAN Editor FALLS PRINTING CO. Printer OFFICE OF PUBLICATION 360 W. Arndale Rd., Stow Entered as second class matter May 4, 1937 at the Post 'Office at Stow, Ohio, under Act tof March 3, STOW COMMUNITY CHURCH GEORGE M. HULME... Minister 859 Ardmore Ave., Akron, HE-8275 Business Phone Number JE-9224 CHURCH CALENDAR Bible School Sunday, 9:30 A. M. Evening Tabernacle Service Sunday 7:30 P. M. Choir Practice Thurs, 7:30 P. M. Young People's Meeting Sunday, 6:30 P. M. Teacher's Training' Class and Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M. Church Business Meeting... First Friday Evening of Month Choir Practice,.. Thurs. 7:30 P. M. Added Essentials himself and Capital and Labor will sit down together and enjoy the fruits of their work. It will be when men are actuated by Christ and the golden rule hangs above the factory entrance. GEO. M. HULME YOUNG PEOPLE TO ORGANIZE Rev. Hulme Preaches A Splendid Sermon Last Sunday evening Mr. Biggs called a group of young folks together for the purpose of restarting a Young Peoples Society in our church. A nominating committee consisting of Howard Sanner, Mrs. Judy and Betty Cross was appointed. These three people will also act as a sort of planning committee and will report this next Sunday evening at six thirty. Now, possibly partly on account of the fact that the young folks have started a meeting in the church, and partly because the church was warm while the whether it be equipment or service cost you no more at McGowan's. Impressive services those that will do lasting honor to the departed. THE McGOWAN FUNERAL HOME

3 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS atmosphere in t h e t a b e r n a c l e w a s rather coolish, t h e l a s t Sunday evening service w a s h e l d in t h e church a u d i t o r i u m. F l o w e r s, collection plates, etc., w e r e in t h e Tabernacle. B u t t h e f o l k s w e r e in the church. S o in t h e c h u r c h the service w a s held. Again Rev. H u l m e p r e a c h e s a n excellent s e r m o n. A f t e r a s e r v ice of song led b y o u r a b l e c h o i r director, M r. S w a n s o n, a q u a r t e t number "One S w e e t l y Solemn Thought" s u n g b y t h e " g i r l s " Miss B e t t y Cross, M r s. Cross, Mrs. J u d y a n d M r s. M c C o l g a n, the s c r i p t u r e r e a d i n g, h a t s p a s s e d for the collection a n d a s o n g b y Helen Coy, d a u g h t e r of M r. a n d Mrs. Mell Coy of C u y a h o g a F a l l s, Rev. H u l m e p r e a c h e d on t h e s u b ject "The Church That The World H a s R e j e c t e d. " It goes w i t h o u t s a y i n g t h a t t h e old church of 20 to 30 a n d 40 years ago h a s b e e n r e j e c t e d l a r g e ly by t h e peoples a n d n a t i o n s of the world. Storms have been blowing u p a n d d o w n o v e r t h e surface of t h e e a r t h d u r i n g t h e past two decades. B y reading nothing m o r e t h a n t h e f r o n t pages of our n e w s p a p e r s we know t h a t R u s s i a r e j e c t e d the church, c h u r c h b u i l d i n g s being either d e s t r o y e d or used f o r o t h e r purposes, S p a i n as a n a t i o n h a s done a w a y w i t h t h e c h u r c h, a n d Germany h a s v e r y l a r g e l y r e j e c t ed the c h u r c h a n d m a y e n t i r e l y eliminate religious f r e e d o m m o s t any day now. True, a s m a l l or l a r g e r n u m b e r of i n d i v i d u a l s in e a c h n a t i o n still k e e p t h e lights of C h r i s t i a n ity b u r n i n g in t h e i r homes, b u t t h e i r r u l e r s h a v e r e j e c t e d t h e old church. In A k r o n at the very hour Rev. Hulme was preaching, the more wealthy churches have closed t h e i r doors, t h e r e is n o S u n d a y e v e n i n g service, but, t h e t h e a t e r s a r e open a n d j a m m e d w i t h people, t h e b e e r " j o i n t s " a r e c r o w d ed a n d will be open as long a s t h e l a w p e r m i t s, such is t h e condition t h a t exists all o v e r o u r own l a n d. H e a s k s t h e question, " H a v e a n y of t h e nations, or a n y of t h e cities, o r a n y i n d i v i d u a l s w h o have rejected the church become a n y b e t t e r off. A r e t h e y r i c h e r? Are they s m a r t e r? Do they have a n y m o r e p e a c e of m i n d than formerly?" T h e a n s w e r is no. T h e s t a t e m e n t t h e n follows t h a t a m a n is a fool w h o lets slip t h e l i t t l e t h a t h e h a s u n l e s s he g e t s s o m e t h i n g b e t t e r in e x c h a n g e. T h e second t h o u g h t is: Why? W h y has the church been rejecte d? T h e a n s w e r is given b y a s k ing the following questions: W h a t h a s t h e c h u r c h of A m e r i c a done f o r t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s of A m e r i c a? They have done much but never functioned as they might have. W h a t have the churches done a b o u t vice c o n d i t i o n s? D o t h e c h u r c h e s of S t o w e v e r t r y to g e t a h o l d of a n y " b a d m a n? " Why did t h e c h u r c h e s close in Mexico for a time? A n s w e r W h a t did t h e c h u r c h in Mexico e v e r do f o r t h e p o o r p e o n? Rev. Hulme made SEND FLOWERS Whatever the occasion, your gift of flowers will be appreciated if they are from SILVER L A K E FLORISTS

4 i THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 468 When in Stow- Let us service your car while you shop Shell Gas Station "Eddie" Parsons 140 E. Kent Rd. Stow OHIO COAL Direct from mine CHAS. HART WA-9676 VIRA RD. the statement that the individual who belongs to a church without an experience under God does little for his fellowmen. Sooner or later fellow workman will reject his so called Christians or so called religion. He has nothing to offer. There is too little difference between the church member and the man of the world. Many then ask why belong to the church when it's full of hypocrits. The church we should have is the church where we will find wisdom, it is the church where we will find guidance. It is the church where the need of the human heart for the touch of God as available. It is the church that can give courage so that "I can face tomorrow and its duties." The last thought is found in Romans 14:17. For the kingdom of God is not meat (eating) and drink (drinking); but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. "The church will be vital to our life and the lives of others only when each of us does his or her very best, because of a strong and sincere love for our Lord Jesus Christ." Detco Automatic Oil Heat- Let us figure your heating needs with Oil Heat We can show you that it is as cheap to use Oil Heat as any other type of heat. The Stow Hardware WA-6919 Stow O.

5 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWIS W. C. QERBER & SOIN BLUE SUNOCO GASzzOIL SALES & SERVICE COAL Prices Now In Effect 2 in. Black Hawk - - $ in. Black Hawk - - $5.35 Thomas Coal Co. DAY WA-5069 NIGHT WA-1889 CHOW ORCHESTRA BIBLE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE RALLY DAY That our Bible School orchestra performed very well last Sunday morning all agreed. That our orchestra would be a credit to a Bible School of two thousand members is the report that Rev. Hulme brings back from one of his musical friends who visited us two or three Sundays ago. That our Bible School attendance is much less than 2000 is a self-evident fact. Now it is up to us to increase our Bible School attendance. Make it more in keeping with the quality orchestra which we enjoy each Sunday morning. Therefore, to this end last Sunday morning Rev. Hulme made a motion, seconded by Mr. Lodge, that the first Sunday in October be observed as Rally Day and that the men and boys compete with the women and girls in bringing in new members, visitors and back sliders. Five points are to be allowed a member who brings a visitor, ten points for an old member returned, and twenty points to be granted for a new scholar. Now to make this competition really attractive to the men and boys it was voted that the losing side supply ice cream bars to the whole Bible School. We are somewhat in doubt just how well this last suggestion would work out for five hundred ice cream cones cost $25.00 and that's a lot of money. Anyway Sunday, October 3, 1937 will be Rally Day at Com- KNIGHT SERVICE CO. Nu'Way Cleaning and Pressing There is a Difference - INVISIBLE SHOE REBUILDING AS NEAR YOU AS YOUR PHONE WA Front St. Cuyahoga Falls 469

6 6 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 470 W. F. CARLISLE Insurance in all its branches Auditing Tax Reports Bookkeeping Systems Credit Reports Collections Investigations 186 East Graham Rd. WA-4178 With EGG PRICES on the upgrade why not get the results you should- HOW? Use Feeds Sold at Baughmans WA-8122 Stow for all Dairy Products call on munity Church Bible School. Everybody come. * SUBSCRIPTIONS Knowing in a general way our weakness, viz., a lack of cash, a lady approached us last Saturday evening with a hand full of quarters which she wanted to give to the Community Church News. These quarters will be used to pay for approximately a quarter of a hundred new gift subscriptions. For both the money and the subscribers we are thankful. It takes both to make a successful paper. Furthermore, anyone who wishes can duplicate the aforementioned deed. It would please the editor. Advertising of late does not bring in quite enough to pay the entire cost of printing. A few more subscribers would help out a lot. There are many things which we would like to do in connection with the paper if the cash were available. Have your non-subscriber friends subscribe ISALY'S in Stow ti. A. REARICK. Proprietor

7 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 471 A Car Tuned and Serviced By MARHOFER Is A Better Car Marhofer Chevrolet WA'1823 Stow R. J. HOLM General Repair Work Building - Cabinet Making WA-9646 FURNITURE REPAIRED REFINISHED CABINET WORK Clint E. Worcester WA-9635 United Electrical Service Motors rewound - Appliances repaired. Complete Electrical Service. Glenn Frame WA-9410 STOW CIDER MILL Custom Work On Saturday 1 Mile West of Darrowville FRED BIENZ now. Drop the Editor a postal card giving their name or yours and mailing address. Someone will call at any convenient time for the cash. Or, if a would-be new subscriber cannot afford 50c for the paper, a gift subscription can no doubt be arranged. We want new subscribers. Our address is Drawer C, Stow, O. F A I R For those of you who read this paper on this Friday be it known that the Ladies Guild plan to hold the Fair NOT in the Tabernacle, but in the basement of the church. This is contrary to last week's notice. Your attendance at the Fair is desired. PERSONALS Attend church Sunday evening. FOR RENT 4 room furnished house. 233 Uniondale (Adv.) Teachers Training Class, Wednesday evening, 7:30 P. M. Come. FOR SALE Black leather coat, size 16. Call WA (Adv.) Remember, orchestra practice Wednesday evening, 7:30 P. M. Henry Spriggle, Munroe Falls, has a new coat of paint on his house. Regular choir practice is now held on Thursday evening, 7:30 P. M. Mr. Preston Arnold of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, visited the J. W. Marhofer family last week. Bill Shaffer's class won the banner last Sunday morning. We are glad to see "Bill" back as teacher once again.

8 8 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 472 B O O K S JE-9224 BOUGHT AND SOLD 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 BECKLEY'S BARBER SHOP Marhofer Block STOW :-: OHIO JUNCTION SHOE REPAIR H. M. WYATT, Prop. Good Material - Good Work 2721 Hudson Drive The Guise Coal Company have their office redecorated and a new (?) desk. All they need now is to have the floor waxed. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Woodring with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop attended an old timers reunion of Flee twin ^ Gas (flee school mates last Sunday evening at Temple Square Masonic Temple, Akron. WANTED TO RENT Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call WA (Adv.) Jimmy Hall and Bobby Sandercox of Arndale rd. are attending Mrs. Green's kindergarten in Cuyahoga Falls. The Esther Circle of Stow Church of Christ will serve supper in the church basement Wednesday evening, September 29th. FOR SALE: Three quarter base viol. F. L. Goodenberger, 207 Ritchie rd., Stow. (Adv.) Curtiss Holley of Ritchie rd., returned from the Children's Hospital last week and is recovering as well as could be expected at his home. Mrs. V. J. Henderson's daughter, Mrs. Sowers of Chicago, underwent a major operation at the Akron City Hospital last Saturday at 9:00 A. M. At the time this was written her condition was reported as fairly good. Keep your piano in tune. Piano tuning and repairing. H. E. Ellsworth, Hudson, Ohio. Phone Hudson 52X-1. Orders also received by Jean Max, piano teacher, 784, Hudson Road, Stow, Ohio. (Adv.) Dale Mantle has invited the boys of his Sunday School class to a wiener roast this Saturday evening at 5:00 P. M. The occasion is in celebration of his four- Fleetwing Oil Friend s Service' Station W. E. "BILL" BRIDGERS,Proprietor

9 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWIS 473 Summer fashions good for fall STVUo WA-1122 Whether your costumes are mixed or matched a blouse or jacket and skirt, or a complete suit you will find many of the lines and fabrics of your summer garments repeated in the newest fall modes. Practically in the newest modes those garments need only to have freshness restored to their fabrics and lines the freshness and cleanliness that characterizes all really smart apparel. That characteristic is restored to smart apparel by Conti. Cleaners AND Dyers INC Store 116 Monroe Falls Rd. Odorless Crystalene Cleaning Always teenth birthday. Folks were glad to see that Mrs. Glenn Easterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zirkle, has sufficiently recovered from a recent operation to be at church Sunday. Jimmy Mincks, famous captain of the undefeated Never-Sweat baseball team broke the little finger of his right hand last Friday in 8th grade physical education class. Just lost his balance and fell down he says. All makes Vacuum Cleaners and Electrical Appliances repaired- O. L. Zirkle, 146 Franklin Road, Stow. T (Adv.) 'Tis reported that the Steins and Lowes have arrived at their destination in California and are having a good time. We believe son Bob, who was left behind to attend school, is sort of lonesome. It is the Editor's opinion that the sermons delivered by Rev. Hulme last Sunday evening and the Sunday evening a week ago, were two of the best ever delivered from the pulpit of Stow Community Church. While he may have stepped on the toes of some we believe truth is what people want and if Rev. Hulme continues

10 10 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 474 Buy Your Coal Now There is a wonderful lot of satisfaction in having your coal bin filled with the finest Quality fuel at the right PRICE. Ph one us at any time, and we will be glad to quote you our lowest current prices and assure you guaranteed QUALITY. Dont Delay Order at Once We are no farther from you than your telephone A Prompt - Courteous Service E. M. Guise Coal & Supply WA-3921 Munroe Falls; O along the same line the Community Church at Stow will be bound to become a church of greater power and influence. Mrs. Green would like to inform parents in Stow who are interested in their children having the very best pre-sohool training possible that such is obtainable at her school 619 Portage Trail, Cuyahoga Falls. Children may be enrolled in Mrs. Green's school at any time without in the least interfering with their problem. Children who start at any time will be advanced as rapidly as their ability warrants. Transportation furnished at a small extra charge. Dial WA-1589 for further information. (Adv.) GRAHAM ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS There were 92 in Bible School last Sunday. Miss Catherine Ashton visited Sunday with Donna Biggs. A new son was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. A. Black of Brookside rd. The Senior B. Y. P. U. are planning a special program for next Sunday evening when they have a part in the service. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Leasure are vacationing in W. Virginia with relatives and friends. Mrs. Ashton was unable to attend Sunday school last Sunday and her class was taught by Mrs. Frye. The Junior B. Y. P. U. had a

11 12 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 476 For Sale 2' Used Coal Ranges - - $10.00 ea. 2 - Circulating Heaters $49.00 & $ ' Coleman Range used three months Now $89.50 The Stow Hardware 475 W A wiener roast at the Sutton home Friday evening. Twenty children were present and enjoyed a fin^evening together. Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Clason, Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Sutton and Mrs. Wagner attended the all day Missionary Council meeting last Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Cuyahoga Falls. Rev. and Mrs. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Rutter went to the Hungarian Baptist Church Monday evening to the covered dish luncheon and quarterly meeting service of the Akron Baptist Association. Dr. Sharp of Cleveland was the guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Frye called at the Kincaid home Sunday afternoon and found the scarlet 'fever patients very much improved. They will still be in quarantine for several days. <8> AN UNUSUAL EXHIBIT An unusual exhibit at the Stow Garden Club's Flower Show held Tuesday, the 31st, at the rejuvenated old Town Hall, was a Grapes By BASKET or TON Stow C. C. Trommer Munroe Falls From Rt. 91 go west on Munroe Falls Ave. Take 1st. road to right gigantic Common Thistle, Carduus (Cnicuc) Discolor. (Sunflower Family). This huge thistle exhibited by Wm. R. Lodge, and taken from a temporarily abandoned garden plot in the Mary Ellsworth Lodge Bird Sanctuary at Silver Lake, is eight feet and seven inches tall with a half dozen large branches irregularly shooting upward from the main center tree like stalk, thus giving a spread of over five feet and with its purple flower tips reminds one of a peacock's tail. This immense beautiful plant has over a hundred buds and

12 12 THE COMMUNITY CHURCH. NEWIS 476 All of Stow-- and the State of Ohio Are invited to attend Bible School Sunday Morning October 3rd. at Stow Community Church. However, we don't expect all of the State of Ohio for they won't know about it. BUT we do expect YOU. For it is Rally Day bloosoms on its tips ahd was a great attraction in its central location in the end of the hall. Many folks despise the thistle, but this variety is not considered much of a pest like its cousin and outlaw, the Canada Thistle, nor is it hard to get rid of like the Canada. They usually grow only two to five feet high, but this has been a most unusual growing season. No especial care, or fertilization had been given this plant, and it was only discovered about WA-5601 a week ago. The gold-finches or thistle birds are fond of it. It was a big job to place the over 100 pounds of porcupine like bush with a bushel of dirt on its roots into a galvanized tub for a pot so as to display it. It is the intention to try and keep it for exhibit at the Silver Lake Garden Club's Flower Show at the school house on Saturday. September 11th. Wm. R. Lodge Falls Printing Co Quality Printing 2379 Front St. CUYAHOGA FALLS, OHIO

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