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Page Six
Rev. Walter Brown Submits
FirSt In Series of 5
The Noble County Ministerial as
sociation is giving their support to
the “Go To Church” page, sponsored
by various business men.
Rev. Walter Brown is submitting
the first sermonette and there will
be others each week from the vari
ous pastors. It is as follows:
“OUR CHALLENGE
FORWARD WITH CHRIST”.
Ex. 14:15 “That They Go Forward”
Long ago someone said, “It mat
ters not so much where we stand as
in what direction we are moving.”
Recently I have been thinking of the
much that is being spoken and writ
ten about all of us getting back to
God. I realize in some sense we are
in need of this for we certainly are
too far away, but not ahead of
Christ. I believe this exhortation to
be timely, to challenge us, let us go
forward with Christ. There is a
similarity between the first Palm
Sunday and this coming one. There
was unrest, war clouds were float
ing on the horizon then.
Today, this post-war world is sick
unto death, the war clouds just
passed over, not out of sight, rest
less, insecure, and uncertain, needs
something to (tie) to. Even H. G.
Wells, among others, emphasizes
“The world is at the end of its
tether.”
That first Palm Sunday, Jesus
faced Jerusalem, the cross and
death, while the crowds lined his
pathway w.th palm leaves and theii
own clothes and cried out, “Hosanna
to the King.” The Pharisees found
no enjoyment in the process.on or
jubilation. They would quiet His
followers and sain, “Master rebuke
Thy disciples.” He said, “If these
keep silent the very stones will
speak.”
It seems absurd for stones to
speak, but a‘k Hiroshima or Na
gaski. Not much larger than ap
ples, yet their core of N-235 ex
tracted from pitch blend, a form of
rock and stone, spoke in no uncer
tain voice.
The stone towers of Siloam spoke
to the disciples as Jesus explained
that these 18 were no different from
others, and "Except ye repent, ye
shall all likewise perish.” Yes, the
stones are speaking today. It is a
message of repentance, of confes
sion, of belief, of acceptance of
Christ, of following after Him.
Long ago God’s message to Israel
was, “Go forward.” Again, Christ
is coming down the avenue of time
toward the New Jerusalem. Shall
we follow Him in our day, or face
destruction? He wept over the fate
Of Jerusalem. She knew not the
time of her visitation, her opportun
ity. The stones are crying out. It
is Christ or else. You know the
answer.
Our challenge is forward with
Jesus. Let the true Israel of today
hear God and obey the command,
“GO FORWARD.”
Come to
CHURCH
Summerfield Methodist Charge
W. E. Peters, Minister.
The fourth quarterly conference
Of the Summerfield Methodist church
will meet in the church at Summer
field on Sunday, April 14, at 11:00
m., with the district sunerinten
dent, Dr. A. A. Hunter presiding.
Reports for the year are to be given
by all officers of the churches on the
charge. A covered dish dinner will
be served at noon, and a larger num
ber from all the churches are ex
pected.
There will not be services at any
of the
other appointments on that
day.
Caldwell Free
Methodist Church
Milford S. Casto, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Harry
Merritt, superintendent.
Morning worship at 10:30 theme,
“The Coming of the King,” Palm
Sunday.
Evening worship at 7:30 Caia
phas and the Lamb of God.
Prayer services in the church
Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Renrock-Crooked Tree Circuit
Walter H. Brown, Pastor.
Williamsons—Worship service at
9:30 a. m. church school at 10:30
a. m.
Mary Reed Memorial Worship
services at 10:45 church school at
9:30 a. m.
Evangelistic services begin at Oak
Grove church, Wednesday, April 10,
and continue each night through
Sunday, at 7:30 a. m.
Belle
Valley Methodist Parish
John B. McGee. Minister
Bell’s—Worship at 9:15 a. »a.*
church school at 10:15 a. m. Unveil
ing of the memorial for members of
the armed forces and Easter services
Sunday night, April 21. All are wel
come.
Ragan’s Chapel—Church school at
9:45 a. m. youth fellowship at 7:15
p. m., and evangelistic services at 8
p. m. Services each night from
April 7 to 21, except Saturday night.
Ava—Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.,
and worship at 10:15 a. m.
Belle Valley—Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Special Easter services
on Easter Sunday morning, April 21.
Caldwell First
Baptist Church
David A. Doan,4 Pastor
Sunday morning, April 14, at
10:30 o’clock, sermon subject, "We
Preach Christ Crucified.” Sunday
evening at 7:30 o’clock, Rev. Doan
will talk on “The Gospel Goes To
Europe.”
Young people’s meeting, Baptist
ermonettes
Youth for Christ, will be held at
6:30 o’clock. Dorothy Anderson will
have charge of the service. Charles
Doan is president.
Prayer meeting and Bible study,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
The Ladies Missionary society will
meet Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. B. B. W’heeler. Mrs.
Fred Anderson is the co-hostess.
Election of officers will be held and
all members are urged to attend.
Preaching services will be held at
the New Harmony Baptist church,
Sunday morning at 11:45 o’clock.
Bible class at Road Fork will be
held at the home of Riley McCon
nell, Friday evening, 7:30 o’clock.
Caldwell First Methodist Church
Glen M. Warner, Minister.
The pastor announces the follow
ing services at the First Methodist
church during the week of April 14:
Palm Sunday, April 14, at 7:30 p.
rn., Rev. H. A. Guiler will deliver
the message.
Monday, April 15, Rev. Chester
Bird, Lutheran minister of Bridge
port, will be the speaker at 7:30 p.
m.
Tuesday, April 16, Rev. Daroid
Hackler, pastor of the Methodist
church at New Concord will speak
at the 7:30 service.
Wednesday, April 17, Chaplain
Arthur B. Mercer, former pastor of
the First Methodist church in Cald
well will be the speaker at 7:30
p. m.
Thursday, April 18—Celebration of
the Lord’s Supper will be held at
the church at 7:30 p. m.
Good Friday, April 19 Union
services will be held at the First
Church of Christ from 12 noon to
3:00 p. m.
Easter Sunday Sunrise service
and breakfast at 6:30 a. m.
Caldwell First Church of Christ
R. L. Swetnam, Minister
Rev. Walter Friend, pastor of the
r?ast I iberty Church of Christ, will
deliver the sermon Sunday morning
and evening at the local church. Rev.
Swetnam is conducting a two weeks
revival meeting at East berty.
Julia McGregor will have charge of
Chi.stian Endeavcr at 6 4 p. m.
Caldwell St. Philomena Church
Rev. Stephen Pekal’a, Pastor
Sunday mass schedule is as fol
lows: 7:30 a. m. and 9 "0 a. ni.
lenten services wi 1 be held on
Tuesday evening, 7:30 o’clock, con
sisting of sermon and benediction,
and on Friday evenin0-, 7:30 o’clock,
with stations of the cross and bene
diction.
Confessions after each lenten ser
vice ami on Saturday 1:00 and 7:00.
Fulda St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Rev. B. J. Mattes, Pastor
Sunday masses as follows: 8:00 a.
m. and 10:00 a. m.
Lenten services Friday evening at
7:30, consisting of stations of the
cross and benediction of the blessed
sacrament.
Belle Valley Corpus Christi Church
Rev. Stephen Pekalla Pastor
Mass on Sunday rt 10:4' a. m.
Lenter services Thursday evening
at 7:30.
Berne St. Michael’s Catholic Church
Rev. J. J. Donaldson Pastor I
Sunday mass at 9: '0 a. m.
During the lenten season, special
services are be ng held every Friday
and Sunday evening at 7:00.
Olive Green Methodist Church
Walter Brown, Pastor
Services Sunday evening at 7:30.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Services at Bell’s church, honoring
the men who served with the armed
forces will be held Sunday evening,
April 21, beginning at 7:30 o’clock.
At that time, a plaque, honoring the
memory of Junior Longfellow and
James Willard Phil is, killed in ac
tion, will be unveiled. The public is
invited.
Willscreek
Willscreek, April 10—Quite a
freeze here last Sunday morning, our
thermometer registered 26 degrees
Probably got most of the fruits and
garden plants.
Denver Moore is on a ten-day visit
in Baton, Massachusetts.
Evelyn Carpenter and Arvetta
Stevens were callers here one day
last week.
Otto Carpenter and Pete Linch
took a load of hogs to Barnesville
sales larst Saturday.
John Dallison also was here last
Saturday. John says he is looking
for No. 17 shirts and 42 overalls and
if he don’t get them pretty soon he
will have to get him a barrel cut
open to wear.
Jerome Stephens and family were
visitors at Jacky Carpenter’s last
Saturday.
N. D. Somers and wife were cal
lers here last Saturday.
Next Bingo party to be held at
Batesville will be next Friday night.
Cpl. Irvin Stallings is home on a
30 day furlough. He will return to
Great Lakes and probably be dis
charged.
The fishers last week were very
successfull but this week was very
bad. Maywood Dinges says they just
bite as the spirit moves them. I
guess he is about right.
J. C. Wyscarver and son, Frank,
Howard Roe and G. P. Moore were
visitors at Virgil Watson’s Whig
ville last Sunday.
G. P. Moore has rented his house
to Albert Heil and others from Bell
aire. They will move this week.
Ruben Parks, our game warden,
was on our side last Saturday, just
sight seeing he said.
THE JOURNAL. CALDWETJ )HI
BALL’S CASH GROCERY
And WEST SIDE MARKET
HAYES SERVICE STATION
Sunoco Products
Firestone Tires and Batteries
M. A. RALPH & SON
RED & WHITE STORE
Fresh Meats Groceries Provisions
Belle Valley, Ohio
BRADY’S RADIO SHOP
Radio Electrical Supplies
Refrigeration I aundry Equipment
TARLETON COFFEE SHOP
Good Food
Good Friends Good Fun
NOBLE HATCHERY
Noble Egg-Master Chicks
Phone 91 (Caldwell)
THE PERMIAN OIL &
GAS COMPANY
STELLFOX CUT RATE
Almost two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ was born in Judea of humble
parents. Early in life He became a great leader. So profound were His teachings
and so pure His life that He soon drew unto Himself a vast following, and men
called Him Master. For His disciples there was no promise of worldly reward yet
men forsook all and followed Him.
His enemies were cruel men, and powerful. They crucified Himl But Death could
not crush His power. Christ arosel And the truth He had taught became the faith
of thousands—then of millions in every comer of the earth.
Christ's Church has lived through wars and persecutions, it has suffered every
known human torture and violence, and yet it has always survived and grown
stronger. Its strength is the timeless, eternal strength of its Founder.
To understand today the great truths underlying our civilization, we and our
children should know the world's greatest personality—Jesus Christ. We should
gain the world's greatest spiritual treasure—Christianity.
iJESUS CHRIST
The best place to gain these essentials of wholesome living is in the Church.
Enroll your children in Sunday School. Y ou will be welcome in the church of your
--hnirp each Sundav
THIS CHURCH PAGE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS FIRMS:
CALDWELL PRODUCE
COMPANY
Caldwell Maid Butter Pasteurized
Milk Cream Ice Cream
CALDWELL IRON &
METAL COMPANY
Highest Cash Prices Paid For
Iron, Metal and Junk
SEMON’S DRY CLEANING
"If yoqr clothes are not becoming to
you, they should be coming to usP’
QUIMBY’S
Bread Cakes Rolls
On Sale At All Leading Stores
PICKENPAUGH AUTO SALES
General Repairing
Auto Body and Fender Work
RALSTON’S PHARMACY
"The Rexall Store”
DONALD D. NICHOLS
Cream Feeds Farm Supplies
Phone 63 (Caldwell)
can
W. J. KIMNACH & SON
Home Owned Phone 27
Foods National Brands Meats
MADGE’S SPECIALTY SHOP
Courtesy Above All
Boys’, Girls’ and Infant’s Wear
THE WILLIAM HILL STORE
“Since the Turn of the Century”
CALDWELL CANVAS
PRODUCTS COMPANY
Manufacturers of
Canvas Specialties
BUFFALO MILL
Master Mix Feeds Farm Supplies
Buffalo, Ohio
Phone 43 3 (Pleasant City)
WOODY’S QUALITY MEATS
A Clean Sanitary Market,
Serving Quality Products
MeV AY & SCHILLING
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Tacter X^Jactor Qn
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THE FASHION SHOP
Ladies’ and Children’s
Wearing Apparel
MURPHY’S AMBULANCE
SERVICE & FUNERAL HOMF
Phone 128 (Caldwell)
NOBLE AND ROXY
THEATRES
"The Best in Pictures
For Your Entertainment”
WINGERT CONTRACTING
COMPANY, Inc.
THE OHIO FUEL GAS
COMPANY
Distributors of Natural Gas
And Gas Appliances
LAWRENCE KING
Agricultural Lime and
Road Materials
CLARK & BARNETT
See the New Hotpoint Refrigerators
and Electric Ranges Now on Display

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