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CHURCH
Caldwell first Methodist Church
Glen M. Warner, Minister
9:30 a. m.—Sunday school serv
ices.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship
services.
There will be no evening worship
services as Rev. Warner will leave
on his vacation Sunday afternoon.
Caldwell First Church of Christ
Ray L. Swetnam, Pastor.
9:30 a. m.—Bible school.
10:39 a. m. Morning worship
services.
7:15 p. m.—Young people’s meet
ing.
8:00 p. m.—worship services. It
is expected there will be baptismal
services following the evening
services.
Church of Christ at Palestine
McKinley R. Bates, Pastor.
Morning worship at 10.
Evening worship at 7:30 Bible
study immediately following dismis
sal of worship. The church where
you are always welcome.
Fulda St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Rev. B. J. Mattes, Pastor.
Sunday masses at 8:00 a. m. and
10:00 a. m.
Berne St. Michael’s Catholic Church
Rev. J. J. Donaldson, Pastor.
Sunday mass at 8:30 during the
summer months.
Caldwell Presbyterian Church
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., J. W.
Robinson, superintendent.
Caldwell Free Methodist Church
Milford S. Casto, Minister
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Harry
Merritt, superintendent.
Morning worship at 10:30 a. m.
sermon theme, “Who Is On the
Lord’s Side?”
Evangelistic service at 8:00 p. m.
There will be singing of well-loved
hymns and prayer followed by
preaching.
Prayer services in the church
Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
Caldwell St. Philomena Church
Rev. Stephen Pekalla, Pastor.
Mass schedule as announced for
the summer months follows: 7:00
and 8:30.
Confessions will be heard Satur
day at 1:30 p. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Masses on Thursday, feast of the
Assumption, 6:00 and 8:00 o’clock.
Belle Valley Corpus Christi Church
Rev. Stephen Pekalla, Pastor
High mass at 10:00 a. m.
Mass on Thursday, feast of the
Assumption, 9:30 o’clock.
Belle Valley Methodist Parish
John B. McGee, Minister
Bell’s Worship at 9:40 a. m.
church school at 10:40 a. m.
Ragan’s Chapel (Hoskinsville)
Church school at 10:00 a. m. wor
ship at 11:00 a. m. MYF at 7:30
p. m.
Belle Valley Church school at
10:00 a. m. worship at 8:00 a. m.
Ava—Church school at 9:45 a. m.
Caldwell First Baptist Church
David A. Doan, Minister
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., fol
lowed at 10:30 by morning worship
services. Sermon topic will be
“God’s Sovereignty and Man’s Re
sponsibility.”
7:00 p. m.—Young people’s meet
ing.
8:00 p. m.—Worship services ser
mon topic, “The Sayings of Jesus."
On Sunday, August 25, services
will be held at 3:00 p. m. and 8:00
p. m. Prayer and Bible study on
Wednesday evening at 8:00 o’clock.
Prophetic Bible conference will
begin Monday, August 19, and con
tinue until Sunday, August 25. It
will be held in the Senecaville
tabernacle. Services will begin each
evening at 8:00 p. m. Dr. F. Rus
sell Purdy, of Hammond, Indiana,
will be the main speaker.
Road Fork Baptist Church
David A. Doan, Minister.
Worship services at 11:45 a. m.
Good Hope Baptist Church
David A. Doan, Minister
Worship services, Thursday, Aug.
15, at 8:00 p. m.
Whigville
Whigville, Aug. 14—Mrs. Donald
Franklin and children spent Sunday
with Mrs. Kenneth Giuler.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danford of
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Guiler
and family of Summerfield spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Danford.
Mrs. D. T. Lloyd and Mrs. Robert
McFadden of Willard viisted the
former’s sister, Mrs. H. D. Carter
and husband the past week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wat
son at the St. Francis hospital of
Cambridge, August 11th a 9 lb, 6
ounce baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craig of
Summerfield spent Saturday eve
ning with Mrs. Martha Archer and
son, Kermit.
Mrs. Kenneth Guiler spent Tues
day with Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cam
bridge.
Austin Thomas of Hiramsburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas of Ot
sego spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Thomas.
J. W. Guilck who is employed at
Philo spent the weekend at his
home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Whet McFerren of
Cumberland were calling on friends
here Sunday.
Harold Van Dyne, Lester Martin
and Mildred Lucas, who are em
ployed at Ashland spent the week
end at their homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Shaffer of
Sarahsville spent Sunday v/ith Mrs.
Emiline Carpenter.
Inch
rrmon
REV. ROBERT HARPER
Jesus and the Sacredness of Hu
man Life.
Lesson for August 18: Exodus
20:13 Matthew 5:21-24 10 29
31 18:10-14.
Memory Selection: Matthew 5:
22.
The commandment, “Thou shall
not kill,” comes first tn a study of
the sacredness of human life. Next
we learn from Jesus of other ways
of despising human life besides tak
ing it away. Anger is worse than
most men realize. In petty annoy
ances or grievous wrongs the surge
of anger comes to the heart and we
should strive to master angry
thought as well as hasty word or
overt act.
So Jesus teaches reconciliation
with a brother. To be right with
God we must be right with our fel
lows. The spirit of true worship and
malice cannot dwell in the same
heart. Be reconciled to God before
offering your gift—learn the joy of
forgiveness before seeking the for
giveness of God.
Human life is infinitely precious
in God’s sight as inferred from his
concern for the sparrows. If a spar
row cannot fall to the earth without
God knowing, surely the very hairs
of your heads are all numbered.
Children are especially precious tn
the sight of the Father. And the
infinite value that he sets upon them
should lead us to deal with children
as persons of great importance. As
the shepherd rejoiced over the find
ing of the one sheep that had gone
astray. Jesus is ever concerned to
save unto the uttermost—to save
children from the evil that is in the
world, and to rescue old”r persons
from the sins which have already
overtaken them.
Sharon
Sharon, Aug. 14—Mrs. Mary Haga
and Mrs. Lucille Marquis were host
esses to members of the Mystery
club of the Methodist Sunday school
Wednesday evening at the Haga
home. Mrs. Pauline Haga presided.
Mrs. Ruth Marquis led the devot
ionals. Plans were made for an all
day quilting at the church Thurs
day, August 15. Delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostesses.
Youth For Christ Meeting
The Youth for Christ meeting
held at the Presbyterian church, Fri
day evening, was attended by a
large crowd. A fine program was
presented.
Personals
Betty lams of Canton visited re
cently with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Archibald.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Garvin and
children of Bell’s Ridge visited re
cently with Mr. and Mrs. John Gar
vin.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Miller of Mal
ta, Mrs. Marie Dodson and Hannah
Yerian of Glouster and Mrs. Maud
Jennings visited with Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Boyd, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiah Archibald and
daughter, Marjorie, of Guthrie Cen
ter, Iowa, are visiting his parents,
Mr .and Mrs. F. W. Archibald.
Mrs. Lena McDonald of Canton
spent a few days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. McDonald.
Mrs. Ela Larrick, Caldwell, Mer
lin Sims and Raymond Harmon of
Zanesville visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harmon last week.
Mrs. Carrie Foreman is visiting
with her son, Marquis Foreman, and
family and her daughter, Mrs. Lu
bille Goralske and family at Toledo.
Mfs. Nancy Brotton is spending a
few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mar
garet Waldron and husband at Col
umbus.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon and
Mrs. Stuart Gordon of Caldwell
were calling on Mrs. Ellis Eicher,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmon and
Mr. and Mrs. George Marquis and
children, Deanna and Tommy, were
calling on Mr. Harmon’s mother,
Mrs. Allie Harmon near Zanesville
Sunday.
Miss Carrie Knox of Detroit, vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mar
quis last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Parrish are
enjoying a motor trip through the
mid western states and will attend
a mail carrier’s convention at Des
Moines, Iowa.
Byron Steen, Rama Groves, Mrs.
Lois Dickinson and daughter re
turned home Friday after a trip
through the western states.
Mrs. Lucille Harper left for her
home in Los Angeles, California,
Monday after spending the past six
weeks with her aunt. Miss Leota
Winder, who is convalescing from a
goitre operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Boyd and chil
dren of Kenova, W. Va., visited last
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Boyd.
Dungannon
Dungannon, August 14 Mrs.
Edna .Evans and son, Albert, were
Marietta visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fleeman spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lingers.
Aline and Ressie Jordan called
on Mrs. Clara Hughes Wednesday
afternoon.
Mrs. Edna Evans left Saturday
for Washington, D. C. to join her
husband, Albert Evans.
Mrs. Will Phillis visited her father
Mr. Will Stringer Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackburn and
Mrs. Edna Evans and sons, Albert
and Billie, were Beverly visitors
Wednesday.
Mrs. Ivan Morris of Bristol was
a recent guest of her parents and
sister, Mrs. Edna Evans and chil
dren.
Mrs. Virgil Hughes, Niagara, New
York returned to his home after a
weeks visit with his mother, Mrs.
Clara Hughes.
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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 Laundry 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
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
This elderly gentleman and his kindly-faced wife have come to the
House of God for spiritual strength and comfort. The care or sorrow or
need which brought them there is not important. It is important that tho
experiences of a lifetime have taught them that God is their refuge and
their strength.
The beauty of faith and of years of right living shines in their faces, and
from this devout worship they will go forth stronger in spirit. For they that
wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.
But faith is not the exclusive possession of age, nor is spiritual wisdom
contingent upon the experiences of a long life. From childhood to the
grave, man may find hope and comfort and peace in God. For faith ban
khes fear, overcomes difficulties and imparts new life to the faithful.
As human life grows more complex and dangerous, men need religion
more than ever before. In the presence of vast powers hitherto unknown,
they stand awed and many feel frustrated and helpless. Human problems
lie heavy upon their spirits. But God is a Rock of Refuge and Pillar of
Strength to those who trust Him.
Milk Cream Ice Cream
CALDWELL IRON &
METAL COMPANY
Highest Cash Prices Paid For
Iron, Metal and Junk
SEMON’S DRY CLEANING
“If your clothes are not becoming to
you, they should be coming to us!”
QUIMBY’S
Bread Cakes Rolls
On Sale At All Leading Stores
PICKENPAUGH AUTO SALES
General Repairing
Auto Body and Fender Work
FARM BUREAU INS. CO.
Local Office—Farmers & Merchants
Bank Building—Phone 169
Farm Bureau Mutual Fire Ins. Co.
Farm Bureau Mutual Auto Ins. Co.
Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co.
DONALD D. NICHOLS
Cream Feeds Farm Supplies
Phone 63 (Caldwell)
Refuge WStrength
THIS CHURCH PAGE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS FIRMS:
CALDWELL PRODUCE
COMPANY
Caldwell Maid Butter Pasteurized
ALL
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
McVAY & SCHILLING
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
for
MURPHY’S AMBULANCE
SERVICE & FUNERAL HOME
Phone 128 (Caldwell)
NOBLE AND ROXY
THEATRES
“The Best in Pictures
For Your Entertainment”
WINGERT CONTRACTING
COMPANY, Inc.
RALSTON’S PHARMACY
“The Rexall Store”
LAWRENCE KING
Agricultural Lime and
Road Materials
CLARK & BARNETT
See the New Hotpoint Refrigerators
and Electric Ranges Now on Display
Thursday, August 15, 1946
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