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PLEASANT PLEASANT CITY A hay ride to a pond on the Hobert Bond farm, route 1, was the pet ting for a family picnic supper. Sunday evening. Those present to enjoy the ac tivities were Mr. and Mrs. Hom er Williams and children, of Bvesville: Mrs. Bertha Tripp of Columbus Miss Gail Williams, Mr. John Eibel and Mrs. Iva Dan ford of Pleasant City Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams, route 2 Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Bond and chil dren of route 1 and Roger Groves. A good time was report ed bv all. Family Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Murphy on route 2. At noon a dinner was enjoyed and remainder of the day was spent socially. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Nicholson and fam ily of Coshocton, Mrs. Beatrice Myers and children, Dickie and Virginia and granddaughter, Susan of Canton: Misses Ila and Ruth Nicholson of Buffalo Rev. and Mrs. LaFontaine and daugh ter, of Columbia. Nebraska Mr. and Mrs. Grant Heskctt. Mr. and Mi*s. Ralph Kackley and daugh ter, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Iril Nicholson, Mrs. Edna Johnson of Pleasant City, host and hostess and children, Jimmy, Rebecca and Caroi. Personals Mrs. Bertha Burris is enjoying a two weeks visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cress at Circleville. Mrs. Ava Groves and Mrs. Edna Johnson were shoppers in Cambridge. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and children attended a company picnic at the irk in Zanesville on Sunday. David Gander, U. S. Navy, has returned to his base in Paris Island, S. C., after spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gander and local rela Port Blinkey PORT BLINKEY Mrs. Wil liam Bovenizer, Mrs. Frank Dav ern and children, Anita and Vir ginia of Jacobsburg, spent Thurs day with Mrs. .Iain«' Ouli* .'Mid family. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Steakley and children, Ronnie, Rita and Rhonda of Columbus, visited on Monday and Tuesday with Mt and Mrs. Harlev McAtee and family. Mrs. Marguerite Davern and Mrs. Rita McAtee visited in Athens, Friday. Mrs. Lula Blake entertained the Homebuilder's class Thurs day evening at the "church. Mi Sara McAtee gave the devotion als. Harley McAtee is the presi dent. Refreshments were served to fourteen members md w\t ors. Bob Musgrave and family of Williamstown. W. Va., also Terry Smith of Akron, were visitors at the Goodwill Blake home, Sun day. Jerry Goodwill and wife ol' Corning wort* also guests of the Blake's and Charles Goodwill home. A letter was received lately from one of our old pastors, Rev W. H. Gibson, who, with his wife is located at Lakeland, Floridj and at the age of ttfi, is enjoying good health. He writes that he often thinks of the good times we had in Macks-bury and sav "remember me to the old 1'riend there." We're glad to welcome bac Rev. Brown and wife to ou charge and hope the comine v^ar will be the best ever. Little Carol Wears and her grandmother, Mrs. Eva Longfel low are visiting relatives in Cam bridge. Mrs. Isaae Antill was pleasant ly entertained at the home of her sister-in-law. Mrs. James Antill and her sister, Mrs. Lillie Jordan in their pretty home in South Olive. Mrs. Ethel Dutlon i-- seriously ill at her home in Macksburg Her many friends wish for her a speedy recovery. My Subscription to the JOHN GRAY MEMORIAL Name Address tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis andl family, of New Philadelphia, pent the weekend with his mother. Mrs Susie Secrest and| family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Miley! and daughter, Betty Jean were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. *nd son J°hn iwenUy yisite*! Mr and Mrs. Halderman Murphy I Zanesville and their guests, Gary and Barbara feverhart visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Iril Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rogers and children have returned home after spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bede Lori and family. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Williams and son, Sammy, spent the week end with his brother, Benny and family at Canton. Catherine Ann Williams, of Bvesville and Kathy Jane Bond, of route 2, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams. Mr. and Mrs. William Crow and* sons, Rushsvlvania, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Crow and sons. Ted Bayly! who is employed at Cadiz, is spending a week's vacation at his home here. The Intermediate M.Y.F. are sponsoring an ice cream social on the church lawn, Saturday evening, July 7th from 5:00 to 7:00 p. m. also pie pop and coffe will be served. The public i invited. Slaiiord breaking a dry spell that Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McVay were Thursday visitors with Mr. I their power." and Mrs. Franklin Hanson. This, I think, is very well put. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Day andl And even a cursory study of his son visited recently with his par-1 tory will prove its soundness. A ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherden Day. I jrood government protects the Mrs. Warren Smith spent sev-1 liberty God bequeaths. A bad eral days last week with herl government usurps that liberty, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles! A good government recognizes Miracle. Mrs. Miracle has beenjj itself as simply a servant of God on the sick list. Kennonsburg KEN.\ iNSp.i'iU Mi. andl Mrs. W«i\lie '.viiiuun^ uiui chil dren, Ruby, Connie and Wayne, Jr. of- Hialeah, Fla., spent their I revolution, and war will ensue." vacation with his parents, Mr.| jt and Mrs. Joe Williams and other relatives and friends here past week. In Hospital Mrs. Oliver Wells was admit ted to the Guernsey Memoria hospital in Cambridge for obser vation and treatment. Sunday evening Personals Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagui and two sons and Mrs. Ambrose Hague of Akron, spent the week end with H. L. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Evans and daugh-| ter, Shirley of Columbus and Mrs. Dale Wilson and three chil-f dren ol Roswell, New Mexico, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson last week. Amount S. LONG LIVE OUR REPUBLIC' as Mr. and Mr Harley Bennettl jove W. Va., spent their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Massie, Sun day visitors were Mr. and Mrs A. L. Massie and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Massie of Canton. Mr ing with Mr. and Mrs. R. W Parks. Dewey Ankrom of Columbus,| is spending his vacation here. CITY HEWS SCHEDULE OF CHURCH SERVICES NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING PAYS dei((ned to say that newspaper Houmd Miley and daughter,I advertising doesn't pay? Well, Evelyn at Canton. 1 Mr.. and Mrs. Clifford Secrest let him read the following: In the April 26, 1956 issue of I the West Branch'(Iowa) Times, there appeared a 2 and family• at Chaseville. I ad which read: "WANTED Mrs. Ruth Nicholson and sonJ GENERAL Clark and daughter, Beverly, of I PLEASE RUSH CLIFF PERK-Iat column, 2*4" SOAKING RAIN., INS." The ad cost Cliff Perkins S2.45. The West Branch Times April 26 issue came out on that morn ing. By supper time that evening, it was raining, and it rained off and on for the next two weeks.. ,, Duane C. Griggs, Editor andlfoi_ Branch is the birthplace of form-| Now don't let any skeptic try I to tell you that this was purely coincidental. O I E I O N riAllMAHI STAFFORD Mr. and Mrs.I said a recent issue of Friends. James Dcnm.s of near Alliance,I Journal. "When the bridges to| visited last weekend with Mr.I eternity are torn down, disorder, and Mrs. Gilbert Blair. I revolution, and war will ensue Mrs. Betty Messer and chil-l We must be able to sense in all dren and Dean Prince of Cam-1 human law an orientation to a bridge, visited Sundav with Liz-1 world beyond the present, mom zie Prince. I ent. Ruling powers must, there- Sunday visitors at the home I fore, be symbols of a highei of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miracle authority, whether they be kings, presidents, or parliaments. And in their own realm they will nec essarily practice restrictions and observe duties in the exercise of were Mr. and Mrs. Norval Mir acle and son and Mr. and Mrs Elvii^Miracle of Marietta. Stafford Methodist Charfe '.V. Paul Brown, Pastor Connor Ridge Church school at 10:00 a. m. Sutherland Church A A had lasted for seven or eight months. ?ob"?son ,to tbe CO*** 1»t4 ...with JAMES C. INGEBRETSEN President, Spiritual Mobilization "Kings and rulers who do not I*"* Wikander, Pastor recognize their obligation to be I Sunday school, 9.30 a obedient to laws higher than their own are morally sick and will, in turn, cause their sickness to spread over their nations," PJj-nic supper- Publisher of the Times, who I Union Prayer Service at 8.00 proudly proclaims that West, I P* on 1 er President Herbert Hoover, I made this brief, but apt com-| ment: "Oh, the power of news paper advertising!' Heaver Baptist Flov Wikander, Pastot Sunday school, 1:30 a. m. preserving "the bridges to eternity" and thus fostering righteousness and peace. A bad. government tends to ignore God Is ^Pherd has a concern for -to tear down "the brides to eternity" and thus to foster con nect. For. "when the bridges to eternity are torn down, disorder, always been so- and. no| doubt, always will be. My Favorite Prayer Submitted to the Layman's National Committee bv H. W. PKKNTIS, JR. Chairman of the Board. Armstrong Cork Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Oh Lord, I pray this day that Thou wilt help me to do justice, merc y and to walk hum- and daughter, Nancy of Cowen.l before Thee. I realize my my many weaknesses and my in ability to live up to the ideals I seek and profess. But with Thy loving guidance let me cease e s s y s i v e o a a i n e and Mrs. Malcolm Parks ,hr,,Jgh the help of Thv Dear 'ou,,d PoP«l»nty and prestiyo. and children, Bobbie. Meryl of| s„n. g„r Redeemer. W Chrtot.' Caldwell, spent Thursday even- Sarahsville SARAHSVILLE Mr. andl Mrs. Gerald Shafer and son of Youngstown, is spending their| vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Minus Goodwill. Mrs. Beulah Malcolm of Can-1 ton, is visiting with her mother, Mrs Redman Archer who has| been ill for the pa^t week. Mrs. Harold Butler of Nor walk, spent Sunday with his| mother, Mrs. Luna Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Philip McWtl-| liams are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dean Brown of North Canton. Ernest MeWilliams returned to I his home in Canton after spend ing a few weeks with his broth- Philio. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robinson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Freeman Fouse at Fredericks dale. Janie Davis is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis of near here Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smallev of Canton, spent the weekend| "vinS experience with Mr. and Mrs. Miley West and sons. John Hopps of Kansas, is visit in«: his mother, Mrs. Elsa Hopps Mr Cambridge, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ruth Kirk and familv. Donnie Moore spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mer ritt Groves and family of Pleas ant City route. Mrs. Mildred Feldner called on Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meighen visited Wednesday night with Mrs. Nancy Meighen in Bves ville. Jesus said, "I am come t)' they might have life, and that they might have it more abumi antly" (John 10:10). Jesus had been describmi Himself as the Good Shepherd: He cared for His sheep. He in ferred to the fact that there w i thieves and robbers. Such men would take sheep that did not belong to them. They did no respect the rights of the sh-j herd. They came "to steal, and to kill, and to destroy." The ti sheep. He protects them wit! his life. When one is sick, I patiently nurses it back to healt! The thieves and robbers r« i resent men who by subtilty oil force take advantage of others.| They assume the role of leader and benefactors, but their one concern is to obtain as much possible for themselves at All through the Scriptures we note that God desires the for men and Real living is found in the I spiritual rather than the mater ial realm. It is expressed in love, I joy, peace of heart and mind, patience, helping those in need, humility, faithfulness, self-con trol (Galatians 5:22. 23 II Peterl 1:5-8 Romans 14:17). It is !iving[ in fellowship with God. Jesus taught that He u thel source of that life, and it is clearly seen that when an in dividual yields his will to Jesus Christ, he begins to experience| and practice that life. We also note that it is ani abundant life full, complete and satisfying (John 6:33 7:37 39). It is for the one who is wil ling to let Jesus Christ become the Shepherd of his soul. For such, the 23rd Psalm becomes a •m* TrtrmwAC. CALnwin.c. omo Prayer Service at 11:00 a. m. Mount Tabor Morning Wor ship at 9:45 a. m. The Sacrament I Ira J. Brandon, Pastor Who is that" intrepid soul who If Communion will be cele-| Worship service. 9:15 a. •iL.nPd tn th:'. npwsnanprl hrated. Church school at 10:45 a. m. Stafford Church School at 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship at 11:00 a. m. The Sacrament of Holy Com munion will be celebrated. School Q.Qn O Prnvor Spri/in* I 4 n _ft a' Rov E. Wikander GKTS C'KKTIFIC'ATE Howard S. Beall, Noble county I and Mrs. Ted Hickman "of supervisor for the Farmers Home Administration, was presented a certificate and pin in recognition of the completion of 10 years of service with the United States I Department of Agriculture, from the Secretary of Agriculture,! Ezra T. Benson. To establish grass in shaded areas of the lawn, Victor H. Rics, Ohio State University extension floriculturist, suggests seeding a shade-tolerant grass, surh as I Chewings fescue. Sharon Presbyterian Church Rev. Palmer Manson Sunday school, 10:30 a. m. Worship service, 11:30 a. m. Olive Green Church of Christ Sunday school, 10:15 a. Herbert Ramsey, Supt. Tabor^ 2M I Z" Members I law common_ to Christianity and ... should contact Miss Barbara Jane knovv what t0 bnng Wednesday, July 11 at c^urcb- Bishop Hazen G. Werner willl meet with the Methodist people of Monroe county at 3:00 p. m. on Sunday, July 8, at the First Methodist church in Woods field. Every member of the Charge is urged to hear Bishop Werner. Worship service, 2:30 p. m.| Sermon topic "Preaching, Per secution and Perserverance". Caldwell First Baptist Church m. Caldwell First Presbyterian Rev. Palmer Manson, Pastor Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. Worship service, 10:15 a. m. The Abundant I .topic Llfe Pra^er Service at 10:30 a. Charge Announcements: Methodist Youth Fellowship swimming party on Wednesday, July 11. Cars will leave Stafford Jul^ 4» 177° marked the beginning of a new era. It has much in common with the in dependence of Christianity, the new world order that came with Jesus Christ. The abundant life, the new experience and the new a part of America. m. Worship service, 10:30 a. in Sermon topic "The Heart of Re vival." Evening service, 8:00 p. m. Sermon topic "The Opportune Mt. Ephraim Methodist Leo Myers, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Worship service, 11:00 a. m. -Sermonelle- The Abundant l.ife Macksburg-Dexter City Charge Walter H. Brown, Pastor Macksburg Church school, 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Ina Bates, Supt Worship service, 10:30 a. m. Dexter City Church school, 10:00 a. m. James Robinson, Supt Worship service, 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to a? lend I he YACHT CLUB Vacuum Packed DEL MONTE the expense of others. Jesus came that men mi -dit| have life abundant life. best if men do not enjoy the best than God has provide it is because they have hardeiu their hearts and desire to live asl they please. They do not want God to have a part in their SERVIT SPOON LIFT MONARCH SOFT WEVE life. We soon learn by experience,! and we understand why more clearly as we read the Bible, that I life is not the acquiring of wealth or giving full vent to our pas sions and appetites. It is not I Jesus said, "A man's life consists not in the abundance of the I things which he possesses' (Luke 12:15). The Holy SpiritI led Paul to impress upon tis that 'the kingdom of God is not meat and drink" (Romans 14:17). The teachings of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount bring out the same| truth (chapters 5-7 of Matthew). II i i n CHUNK TUNA vi I:LI.I K S l.i now MACARONI V A N A I S u s i o S u e I PORK & BEANS 2 WATERMELONS 2° 39' KLEENEX -KM Size 2 boxs 53c Laid well St. Philomena Church Rev. S. J. Pck -!1:!, Pastor First Friday Mass at 7:30 p. m. Confessions Saturday at 1:30 and "7:00 p. m. Sunday Massts, 7:00 and 9:00 a. m. Belle Valley Corpus Christi Rev. S. -T Pekalla, Pastor First Friday Mass at 7:30 a. m. Confessions, Saturday at 3:00 p. m. Sunday Mass at 10:30 a. m. Caldwell Free Methodist Church J. L. Mason, Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. Children's Meeting, 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8:00 p. m. W.M.S. meeting on the first Thursday of each month at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting on the second, third and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 8:00 p. m. Summerfield Methodist Church Lowell R. Kiger, Pastor Church school, 9:30 a. m. Worship service, 10:30 a. m. M.Y.F. 10:00 a. m. Under the direction of Durel Truax and Bernice Batten. Choir practice, Thursday even ing at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Ruth Day, Choir director. PINEAPPLE JUICE SUGAR BAGS Luncheon Meat TOILET TISSUE 2 16-OZ. BOX NO. 2 I OLD HAW or WHOM-,! WHEATIES 1-irge Size illlTfUliyK y2 CANS DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLE Perryopolis Free Methodist V\T. Smith, P^st'u Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 a. Pleasant City Lutheran Parish Rev. A. G. Riggle, Pastor St. Paul's, Pleasant City Church service, 9:15 a. m. Sunday school, 10:15 a. m. Mt. Zion Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Church service, 10:15 a. m* Harmony Church, Buffalo Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Church service, 11:15 a. m. Archer's Rlafge Free Methodist Church Albert F. Randolph, Supply Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Worship service, 10:30 a. m. Mid-week prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. Sarahsville Free Methodist Worship service, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, 10:30 a. m. Summerfield Church of Christ McKinley R. Bates, Pastor Bible study, 10:00 a. m. Worship service, 10:30 a. ZH Evening service, 7:30. Ogles Ridge Church Jr. Barnes, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Wi.' -lrl) '-r\ !-e, 11- nr. -I Lowest Price in Town! POWDERED 6X OR LIGHT BROWN FORYOU/ AltZETTI 27' 19 49 MONARCH PINEAPPLE CRUSHED n u I V y A W E U O I O Royal Blue Means Savings For Tou Thursday, July 5, 1956 First Church of Christ Ira J. 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