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1 Vol. II Friday, October 4, 1935 STOW, OHIO No. 40 MINISTER'S COLUMN (Church History Continued From La.;-t Week) Excerpts from the early records of the Community Church at Stow. Articles of incorporation of the Community Church at Stow were signed by the following: C. M. Woodring, Charles Traxler, Don P. Williamson. Frank Howe, Charles A. Tbomtcn, Gtorre Upson, H. D. Roose, R. L_.Leonard. The first officers of the church uere elected in December, 1918 and instilled at a Sunday service, Januaiy 10, They were a s follows: Deacons D. P. Williamson, George Pettit, A. R. Cha-c-ey, F. R. Howe, J. P. Hites, George Upson. J. A. Duncan. Deaconesses 'Mrs. Darrow. Mrs. Ellsworth. Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Somers. Mrs. D. A. Smith, Mrs. W. R. Lodge, Mrs. Wcodring. Trustees 'W. R. Lodge, A. J. Barringer, F. Franz Smith, Prank Laird, S. C. Wagenman. Auditors- (Prank Laird, D. P. Williamson, C. M. Woodring. Treasurer-nil. D. Roose. Clerk imrs. W. R. Lodge. Financial Secretary Charles Traxler. Head Usher J. A. Duncan. The Community Church at Stow was organized in December, 1918 with 25 charter members, including' 14 denominations. Original plans were to have service on Sunday afternoons, different ministers being invited to preach. Rev. Miller of the M. E. church, Cuyahoga Falls, Rev. Baxter of North Akron. Rev. McAlpine from Akron, and H. T. Waller, Secretary of Akron Y. M. C. A. gave valued aid in ser- moils and addresses in the early days of the church. Rev. E. J. Smith was made an associate member of the church and took an active part in the organization and first meetings of the new church. Mrs. Winifred Dague was called to be pastor of the Community Church at Stow at a business meeting held at the 'Central School, Stow. Ohio, January 10, Mrs. Dague was the wife of Rev. J. W. Dague, pastor of the United Presbyterian church, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The minutes read, Mrs. Dague called for an indefinite period and that she received much assistance from her capable husband. W. R. Lodge was elected first superintendent of the Sunday school. C. M. Woodring, secretary; Mrs. Lund, chorister; Mrs.] Somers as pianist, and Helen Chantey as assistant. The first quarterly receipts of the youthful church were $ expenses $ Leaving a balance in the treasury of $ The first regular mid-week prayer meeting was held in September, The first Young People's League was organized with 44 members in October President, Mrs. Lund; Secretary, Helen Park. Regular monthly meetings of the advisory board were held from the very beginning of the church. A business meeting was called to meet at the Barringer home October 17th, 19'19 to aprove plans for remodeling the Aquarium, which is today the main part of the Silver Lake park. It had previous- Subject of Sermon Sunday Stewardship Mat. 22:21

2 STOW COMMUNITY fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS CHURCH GEORGE M. HULME, - Minister 859 Ardmore Ave., Akron Ttl. HE CHURCH CALENDAR BIBLE SCHOOL - - Sunday 9:30 MORNING WORSHIP - - Sunday 10:45 ORCHESTRA PRACTICE Wed. 6:30 p. m. CHOIR PRACTICE - Thursday 7:30 p. m. HOMECOMING Sunday Oct. 13th THE COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Stow, Summit County Ohio SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SOc A YEAR Published Weekly F. R. How, Pr. Akron H. J. Stockman - - Editor and Managsr Box 191 R -3 KENT, OHIO Address all communications relating to this Paper to the Editor ly been torn down removed from the park and -was donated by W. R. Lodge to. help in building the Stow church. The bids,to add to, remodel and corriplete the building was as follows: Excavating $96; plastering $602; foundation and mason work $1500; lumber and carpenter work $5600; painting $350; wiring $200; heating $500; hardware $150;. sheet metal work $150; plumbing $800; total $8947. (To Be Continued) GEO. M. HULME SUNDAY THIS Sunday is the first in October. The Lord's Supper will beobserved at the morning service. Those who desire to be received into' church membership may do so on this occasion. Those who desire may be baptized. DO NOT FORGET" THIS: A special collection will be taken at the morning service Sunday. THE LADIES' BIBILE CLAiSS will meet on Wednesday evening, October 9th, 7:30 p. m. at the church (?) Be sure to have a verse of scripture ready for roll call, but do not stay away if you do not have cn e ready. Lets have a large attendance. Mrs. Perry A. Schnee, secretary. HOMECOMING CELEBRATION Sunday, October 13th is Homecoming Day at Stow Oobmunity church. We hope that all of our old friends and members, will receive word to that effect, and be with us one and all on that one day. There will be morning services as usual, a basket lunch shortly after 'the noon hour, an afternoon service at 3:00 p. m. and an evening musical program at 7:30 p. m. GOODYEAR MALE CHORUS Keep this in mind. The Goodyear Male Chorus" consisting 'of some 35 or 45 voices have promised to come to Stow Community church and give a sacred concert the last Sunday evening in October, SERVICE is for all, and we serve those of limited means just as efficiently as the most wealthy The McGowan Funeral Home Exclusive Invalid Car Service WA. 1313

3 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS O P E N I N G UNIVERSAL AUTO S A L E SUPPLY 113 East Main Street, Kent NEXT TO OHIO I5DISON CO. EVERYTHING FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE OPERATED BY MAX P. FULLER IN CONNECTION WITH Hudson Service Center - Hudson Friend's Service Station - Stow YOU CAN BUY CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR 3 Car.s of Dog Food SOCIETY ORGANIZED or / r m Last Sunday evening after listening to talks by Mr. Virgle Kelley, 2 Pkgs. French's Bird Seed for 56 BAUGHMAN'S FEED STORE R Mnette Ct Akron, vice president cf the County C. E. Union and Phone WA STOW, OHIO Mrs. Pi kei Evangelist from Akron, Kc»r Rent SALES AND SERVICE * H P. TWN ^COMPRESSOR PAINT iarhofer Chevrolet OR LACQUER SPRAY OUTFIT The STOW HARDWARE WA Stow Ohio L U N C H A T S A J-d'Y* S SPECIAL SERVICE FOR S C H O O L C H I L D R E N COME AND SEE SANDWICHES COFFEE HOT CHOCOLATE MILK SHAKE SUNDAES POP

4 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS What must we do to have the great church the minister talks about? Why be feontent with anything less than a great church? A great church commands respect and creates a field of human souls, indicative of a mighty harvest. It' s not hard to have a great church, just want it. Want it more than Sunday golf, more than Saturday night dance and cards, more than Sunday visiting, more than ice cream and chewing gum, more than Sunday headaches and cold indifference. Want it enough to come early, to take a front seat, to bring a friend, to boost by a joyous life, by a bit of personal missionary work through the week, by fervent prayer". Want the church enough to seek a new anointing for yourself, a new experience, a new contact with God for the good of your own soul. Want the great church enough to be personally interested and to team together for the goal. Why do some churches use the word "debts," while others use "trespasses" in reciting the Lord's prayer? In the King James, or Authorized Version, Matthew 6 and Luke II, the two places where the Lord's prayer is found, the word "debts" is used. "Debts" is therefore the bible word, while "trespasses" is found in the Book of Common Prayer, as compiled by the Episcopal church. The change from "debts" to "trespasses" was made for the reason that the word, "debt" doesn't embrace the meaning as it originally did, and the word "trespass," in their judgment, conveys more truly the original meaning. This, however, is a disputed point, hence some churches say "debts," the bible way, others say "trespasses," Book of Common Prayer. GEO. M. HULME HOMECOMING CELEBRATION at Stow Community Church Sunday Oct. 13th COME! See notice on page 2 for further information

5 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE IN A L L ITS B R A N C H E S W. F. C A R L I S L E 186 EAST GRAHAM ROAD Groceries GA8 OIL HOSIERY NOTIONS HUDSON ROAD GROCERY Corner Uniondale and Hudson Rd. Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Ham, Mgrs. Phone WA CIDER MILL 1 Mile West of Darrowville Custom work on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday FRED BIENZ The Thomas Coal Go. PBONE WFJ West Graham Rd. the following officers were elected as a neucleus of what everyone hopes will be a very successful Christian Endeavor Society: President William Shaffer. Vice President James Cross. Secretary Arlene Stein. Treasurer Howard Sanner. Rev. Hulme volunteered to lend the oranizatgion a considerable portion of his time and hence the Minister can be considered as sponsor for the C. E. Society. President William Shaffer announces that regular C. E. Prayer Meetings will be held at the church each Sunday at 6:30 p. m. and: for the purpose of selecting committee chairmen, deciding on constitution and by-la.ws, pledge, etc., President Shaffer calls a meeting of the Executive Committee consisting of the above mentioned officers and sponsor for 5:30 p. m., Sunday evening at the church. No excuse for absence will be accepted. PERSONAL "Wine is a mocker." Pay your insurance monthly. Attend choir practice Thursday night. ' Drowsiness shall clothe a man in rags." Kfe^gs^sigegggggggggggesasggggggggsggg; QUALITY MERCHANDISE A. W. BARBER HOME DRESSED & CURED MEATS ONE MILE NORTH OF HUDSON Telephone 100 X 1 State Route 91

6 fi fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS Fresh Fruit ahtl vegetans CEREALS and CAKES For^tme^'^ Market EAST OF MERIT S S p e c i a l for SSfci t x_it~c1;iy Pptatoes per peck 1 8c Juicy Grape Fruit 6 for 23c F O R es ^i.i-c Loose Straw, also Timothy Seed cleaned W.E.BRADLEY 2 1 g miles out on Diagonal Road E. M. GUISE Coal & Supply Co. WA Munroe Falls Many and beautiful -were the flowers Sunday. When will we revive the men's chorus? JVJxs. V. J. Henderson won the Neiiv Testament last Sunday. "We only may have a great church as we render a great service." Billy Harper celebrated his birthday at Bible school last Suriday. "Whatsoever thy hand find to do^do it." Chas. H. Monteith was elected chairman of the Advisory Committee last Sunday. Rev. Gregory has moved across the street and a few doors south. It is rumored that the choir will give a box sopial soon to raise money for more music. Erratum: We were mistaken about a Peoples Service Store opening in they Spaght Block last week. The American Legion meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month, Stow Town Hall. Birthdays celebrated: Miss Jean Cox, Hudson road, Sept. 27th ; ; Miss Doris Frame, East Arndale road. celebrated her ninth birthday on September 28th. Mr. Straub and family of West Friend's Service Station Fleetwing Gasoline Operated by "Bill Bridgers" Corner of Hudson and Graham Roacls

7 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS EGG PRICES ARE GOING Now is the time to feed Egg Mash that will P R O D U C E E G G S BUY IT AT Baaghmaris Feed Store Phone WA STOW, O Arndale road have moved to their new heme on Elmwood avenue in Stow. Mrs. Harry Taylor, East Arndale, had as her guest on Sunday her sister and family from Lakewood, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford of Ritchie road, traded, their "faithful Henry" for a shiny "Plymouth." NOTfliOE: Fred Bienz lives one mile west of Darrowville in place of a mile east as reported in last weeks' paper. According to George Buchanan, Robert Dawson, Hile road, will soon go to COC camp. Revival meetings start November 3rd, Rev. C. C. Maple of Elyria, t>hio, will probably b<3 the evangelist. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. phelps, Rit-* phie road, were called out of town last Sunday on account of the I death of Mrs. Phelp's father. Mrs. Perry A. Schnee's mother, Mrs. Caroline Fuetterer, visited 'with her for, a few days around the first of the week. FOR SALE: Loose straw, also timothy seed cleaned. W- E - Bradley, miles out on Diagonal road. The River Road club meets at the home of Mrs. McCbllgan, Thursday, October 10th. On River road at Burt Mineard's birthday party last Thursday evening eighteen people exercised their capacity by consuming three and one-half gallons ice cream, three large birthday cakes and all the sandwiches they could hold on top of the cake and cream. Jimmy Sayers, v Shirley Wilbur and Betty Cross are % the official cheer leaders for all football and basketball games at Stow High. W. C. G E R B E R & S O N SALES and EXPERT SERVICE Sunoco Products W. C. GERBER REPAIR WORK on Fords and other cars W A C. F. GERBER

8 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS DRIVE IN At Our Station You Will Be Pleased WITH OUR SERVICE Shell Gas Station 140 East Kent Rd. Stow, "Eddie" Parsons, Prop. school this year. than they used to he ten and fif- Pi'iday Mr. and Mrs. A., F. teen years ago. Stein and Mr. and Mrs. C.' H. Mr. Frank Ham's father and Monteith will leave for a visit in mother and Gordon Ham h i s Kentucky. They will return Sun- brother from Florida are visiting day night. - with him this week. Mrs. Daisy K. Wetmore, 114 West Attendance: Two hundred fifty Kent road, announces that she five persons at Bible School' last, would be pleased to interview any- Sunday, quite unusual, but let us one contemplating taking piano make it usual, lessons. Some of the details of that at- Finally, the steps at the church tendance are as follows: Men's, have been fixed, the glass is in Bible classj 28; Will Shaffer's Bible the door, the gutters have been re- class, 38; Mrs. Monteith's Primary paired and yet the minister says department, 51; Ladies' pible class, there is more to be fixed-^now just 62. what could he mean? And would you believe it, the One week ago Saturday and Sun- ladies could not get into their regday Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Buchanan, ular class room but had to adtook an interesting 800 mile trip journ to the main church audithrough West Virginia. Mr. Buch- torium. We n^ed a n^w ladies anan reports that roqds in some class room. places in West Virginia are worse And how did you like the Bible Housenoid Paper Products, inc. Distributors of famous C P dusting paper Paper for floor mops Paper silver polish 130 other labor saving articles made of paper for home use Announces the appointment of EVELYN WILEY As its exclusive dealer in Stow and Silver Lake For service call WA. 9205

9 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS A. J. K U R I N S K Y TEACHER OF VIOLIN West Graham Road School Orchestra's nine o'clock concert Sunday morning? Pine! Right now we wish to thank those who were there to help us during that half hour of inspirational music. We deeply appreciate their kindness. Those present at Rally Day services Sunday who were present at the first Rally Day services in 1919 are: Wm. R. Lodge, W. V. Smith, Mrs. C. M. Woodring, Mrs. Esther Woodring Shakespeare, Mrs. Helen Woodring Riley, Mrs. Mona North, Mrs. Wilbur Gaylord and Mrs. Dunn. If there were any others the editor apologizes for failure to secure their names. Friday at Stew school, Mr. Ganyard.as representative of the American Legion presents the High school with th= Legibn piacque, on which names of two. outstanding 8th grade pupils will be inscribed each year for the next seven years. The first names on this plaque are Charles Call and Anna May Smith. American Legion officers recently elected are as follows: Conrad Meyer, Commander. Ft. Andrews, Vice Commander. Thomas J. Bahel, Adjutant. W. W. Anderson, Finance Officer. Fred Sommers, Chaplain. Angelos Ladakis, Sarg.-at-Arms. E. M. Guise, Service Officer, Executive Committee W. W. Nichols, A. B. Moore, E. M. Guise, Fred Sommers. The Parent Teachers Association will meet this next Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7:45 p. m. Stow High School auditorium. Mr. Kimpton will be the speaker. There will be a reception for the new teachers at this meeting. P-T-A committee chairmen for the year have been announced as follows: Program Mrs. E. M. Guise. Membership Mrs. R. R. Cundiff. Hospitality Mrs. H. R. Thies. Welfare Mrs. Ross LeBarron. Recreation Mrs. H. W. Fagert. Activities Mrs. J. V. Young. Parental Education Mrs. Guy Vough. Music Mrs. Walter Lambert. Historian Mrs. R. E. Jenkinson. Publications Mrs. C. H. Monteith. Finance and Auditing Mrs. Judson Russell. Parlementarian Mrs. A. L. Graner. Teachers 'Mrs. Margaret Chambers. You can do BETTER in Stow at the MERIT MEAT MARKET four doors east of Isaly's

10 fi THE COMMUNITY CflURCH NEWS STOW DAIRY BASEBALL TEAM TOWNSHIP CHAMPS Demonstrating the superiority of milk-fed hall-players over thofee who get their vitamins from either raw meat,, cod liver oil, or shoe leather and clean clothes, "Al" Stein recently lead his braves to final victory in the Stow Business Men's Baseball League series, defeating "Chet" Holt's warriors whom it is rumored were considerably pepped up before' each game by consuming huge quantities o'f cod-liver oil. However, we must now conclude that milk-fed ball players are best probably for the, reason that Stow Dairy gets its milk from contented' cows while Stow Drug 'well cod liver oil under certain circumstances is OK but more than likely the poor fish who supplied Chet Holt's warriors with their vitamins,,were far from being content, at least, when the oil was extracted. To get down to the cold, cruel facts of the case, the Stow Business Men's Baseball league this year. consisted of teams from KNIGHT'S SERVICE FISHER MEATS STOW DRUG STOW DAIRY As the Sports Editor of this paper now understands it, there were two halves to be played in this series. Stow Dairy won the first, half by taking all three games. The second half was a tie, Stow Drug and Stew Dairy each having won two gamea Stow Drug won the play-off game and then as winners of the second half Stow _ Drug clashed again with Stow Dairy at which time the cod- liver oilers went-down in defeat before the onslaught of the mighty milk-fed. Therefore, accordingly and so forth, we conclude milk as a producer of energy and, skill on the ball field is much superior to cod liver ~ oil, meat, or old shoes and dirty clothes. NOW IS THE TIME TO TRADE IN YOUR OLD CAR and GET THE MOST out of it. We have several New 1935 Master Chevrolets on hand. MARHOFER CHEVROLET WA STOW, OHIO

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