The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio on May 3, 1943 · Page 2
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East Liverpool, Ohio
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Monday, May 3, 1943
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PAGE TWO EAST LIVERPOOL REVIEW MONDAY, MAY 3, 1943. Sunday In The Churches - CHURCH GREETS : EX - PASTOR IN 2 SERVICES HERE - ; mmmmmm i nmiammii Jlazarenes Hear Reports Of .M .: - ; - - - - '.' i Year's Work; Quarterly Meetings Planned' ! Enroute to the annual moMng Jit the Kftntan synod, Rev. F. Ep - ,jMnt Rlnart, DD of Philadelphia, secretary of promotion of the United Lutheran church stopped in Eaat Liverpool and jfionducted. both mornin and night Bervlcen Sunday In St John'i Lutheran, his former charge. - Largo audiences, including some from other churche of the city, .Attended both cervices and following each be - waa greeted by bis eumerons friend and ones associates. He eerved for eight yeara. '. It was hi first, appearance in 4b church ainca the death almost three months ago of bis father, Dr. John k Jteinarts, who for 44 con tlnuoas year was pator of the rongTegation. Rwt. Reinarti'a night - theme was "Spiritual Reeoirrces." Oldest Member Present 'i In attendance was the congregation' oldest member, Mrs. Elizabeth. Affner, now past 94, wbo Is - a link back to the congregation wten Dr. Relnartx began hi long pastorate in 1886. - Rev. Rein arts was presented by Rev. John P. KindavatUwr. ; Asnounoement was made of the spring convention of the Brotherhoods of the Ohio - Reaver valleys in the Trinity Lutheran church, of ' New Brighton Friday night. A number will attend from 8t. John's - Brotherhood. Smphastsing Joy of Eaeter - tide to all Christians Dr. Rein - arts spoke on the ecriptural aver - roa&t, MW Have Seen the Lord. Ha said: "In the early daya of - the Church it was customary for Christian to greet each other "upon meeting with the declaration. The Lord i rtaon.' to which there was the quirk response. He la risen, indeed. " How the congregation has en - Joyed a prosperous year was repealed in reports by the pastor and treasurer at the service of the First Church of the Nasarene yesterday morning. A plea was made that during the new church year, "all departments aet new goals and Aiva to tba work renewed activity Rough Route To Happiness Penny Vonc look a rough route to find the man the loved and fo save her brother's fife. Her experience is the story of a beautiful girl pitted egainsf the dangtrt of the btouliful but dangerous country of the Acan highway. But there she found the real Highway To Her Heart Beginning Wednesday In The Review BARGAIN GLASSES Bargain glasses are ruinous to the eyes, for the lenses cannot suit your eyes unless by the merest "luck". Our service is conscientious, efficient . , , providing perfectly fitted and comfortable glasses w8 1 1 HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED BUY MORE U. S. WAR BONDS I 606 DRESDEN AVE. and loyalty" by Rev. II. Dale Mitchell, the pastor. The treasurer's ' report indicated a surplus lund in the treasury ttith disbursements by the congregation Of 117,378.01. To this was added sums paid by the Sunday school, Young People's society and two millenary societies plus other benevolences that swelled the total expenditures to $22.814 65. Of this aum $2,134.67 went for missions. Following a prayer of thanksgiving. Rev. Mitchell spoke on "Proving the Promises." he quoted from the Scriptures. There was in atendance at the Sunday school a total of 505 persons. At night Rev. Mitchell spoke on "iDnocent Sinners". Announcement was made of the appearance ntxt Sunday morning of Mrs. J. B. Chapman, who with her husband. Dr. Chapman, have been missionaries in Africa. Both will attend the annual general assembly of the Akron district in Youngs - town, May 11.12. To see one's self as he really is a slnnner by discovering God as the eupreme figure of the universe Is the firpt requirement of a Christian. maintained Rey. Charles W. Newland, pastor of the First Free Methodist church, yesterday morning. He based his sermon on the vision of Isaiah when, In the Jerusalem temple, be "beheld the Lord upon His throne. His theme wae "Heart perfection." Campmeeting Set It was announced that the next quarterly meeting of the congregation will be held Sunday, May 23. when Rev. J. S. Mitchell, the district superintendent, will attend. Plans are beginning to take form for the forthcoming annual camp - meeting of Rochester district Free Methodists In the EaM Liverpool campmeeting grounds on Anderson blvd. Twelve planned new cot - tages will te erected, in lieu of unobtainable tents, If help can be obtained. Were Christians to meet fully their Individual responsibilities and perform them as they are expected to do, the work of the Church would go forward by leaps and bounds, asserted Rev. D. Park Chapman, mlnia - ier of the First Churcb of. Christ, last night. His theme was "Personal Responsibilities." Because humanity's Savior suffered during the time In wbich He assumed the Human role. Christians following after Him likewise must suffer at times to build His kingdom in the world, maintained Rev. F. Dancy Barnes, pastor of fcbe A. M B. hurcb last night. He epoke on the theme. "Suffering With Christ." It was announced that the congregation will Join In cleaning the Interior walls of the church tnkt week prelimi - nary to the celebration of Mothers' day next Sunday. At the morning service Eugene Robinson, recently ordained as a licensed lay minister at a quar - terly meeting service, occupied the pulpit and spoke on "Love", RED STAMP HOLDERS JAM MEAT MARKETS Stores Crowded As Buyers Beat Expiration Date City meat markets experienced a rush that was described as "worse than pre - rationing" aa housewives Jammed stores Friday to spend red "A", "B", "C" and "D" stamps before they expired Saturday, dealers Just recovering from the onslaught reported today. One store was so crowded it had to close Its doors an hour before regular closing time In order to fill demands. Almost all meat markets reported "hordes'' of housewives who seemed to "Just suddenly wake up to the fact they couldn't use those stamps after Friday tilght", in the words of one butcher. Asked whether the rush resembled the one which preceded rationing, merchanta almost unanimously replied "It was worse." Consequently, the city's meat supply was lower than usual Saturday but bounced back to normal today. Grocers said many housewives saved virtually all their first red stamps and went on a meat shopping spree, while other consumers had only a few stamps left over at the deadline period. i Drafted? Have something to sell? i A Want Ad reader will buy It. 1 8 - ; - DR. JACKSON OPTICAL OFFICE PHONE 476 Nazi Barbarism Condemned! By Pastor At Temple Service ' A special service of prayer and intercession was held Sunday night ' at the B'nai Israel temple at which churrh leaders of the city condemned the extermination of 2 million European Jews and appealed for tho govern mewt to take action to rescue as many as possible of those still In Nazi - dominated Europe. Rev. Clyde H. Canfield. D D., pastor of the United Presbyterian church, spoke In behalf of the East Liverpool Ministerial association. In place of Rev. J. Hubert Henderson, who was unable to attend. The special program was in observance of a nationwide "Day of compassion for the Jewish victim of Nazi barbarism proclaimed Jointly by the Federal Council of Churches of Christ In America and the Synagogue Council of America. Rev. Canfield declared: The Christian people of America must Join with our Jewish fellow - citizens not only In protesting this cruel and brutal persecution, but also In using every means in our power for putting an end to it. Rabbi Harry Lasker, who conducted the prayer sertice, read a message from Very Rev. Fr. Francis J. Lavery, pastor of St. Aloy - sliis Catholic church, who said: "Rev. Fr. Oliver and myself join with you, Rabbi Lasker, and the ministers of the Protestant churches In condemning anti - Semitism and every other form of persecution as un - Chrlstian and un - American, totally opposed to the teachings of the Almighty God, wbo is the Father of us all." FLIERS (Continued From Page Ons) most starving from the necessity of feeding three extra mouths and finally told them that one "master" could stay, but two "masters" just had to leave. Weakened by malaria, Hughes and Bordner set out. Four days travel and they found a friendly village with plenty of food, but all one variety taro. cousin of the sweet potato, standard fare in the South sea islands, nutritious but monotonous. Occasionally there was a banana. The natives varied the taro with such delicacies as rats, grass - hoppers, grubs and snakes, and "we went along with them on the snake meat," reported Bordner, "but the rats and the grass - hoppers were too much." The men were separated four months and soon after their re union received a message from sn Australian who had been ducking the Japanese on the island for 14 months. He invited the Americans to Join him - and share his attempt to reach New Guinea by canoe. A native guided' them and early In February Hughes. Bordner and Wallace joined Pvt. John Stokle of the New Guinea Volunteer Rifles on a New Britain beach. 8tokle had a rifle and fishing tackle and set a Tirst - rate table. On March 17 an American plane spotted them. The following day a neavy bomber came over and dropped a note telling them to be prepared for a getaway each night. On the night of March 24. a big Australian flying boat piloted by Squadron Leader Reginald Burrage glided Into the dark cove. Accompanied by the Americans' number one boy. Morotl, and by Stokie's two servants. Gebar and Sekoba, the four soldiers clambered Into the plane. Burrage delivered them to an excited and expectant group of flying officers on the dock at Port Moresby. Storm Troops Chief Dies liONDON. May 3 The Berlin radio reported today Victor Lutze, chlef - of - staff of the Nazi S. A. I storm troops) and en old time follower or Adolf Hitler, died in a hospital at Potsdam from injuries ! 'eoelved In an automobile accident. A 25 SALARY LOAN REPAID IN 10 DAYS COSTS ONLY 21 No ndorsert needed Borrow on your earning ability - Charges made) only for the time you have the) money Short of cash? If you have a steady job. you should investigate Household s salary loan plan. This plan offers a quick, simple way for men and women who are working to borrow at reasonable cost. No endorsers are ever needed You borrow on your earning ability and willingness to repay. We also make car and furniture loans. Even when making these loans we consider character and regular income more important than the borrowers security, Choose your own plan You may repay a loan in a few riavs or in a number of monthly instalments - whichever best suits your needs. Charges are made only for the actual time you have the monev. At our rate ' 23 i Pr month, a 325 loan costs F1NP HERE THE CASH CHOPS! YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT HER! 3 4 ptnmtnti payment $ 8 75 17.51 26.26 35.01 4.172 52.43 69 80 104.53 138.69 172.68 I 25 5 75 100 lift ISO 200 A00 400 500 $12.97 294 3891 51. S8 64 79 77.70 103.51 155.01 205.76 256.51 $ 6 65 13.29 19.94 26.58 33 19 39.79 52 97 79 26 105.16 130.75 lia.l...yT.......L 1 ,' " 'ZZiZZ r. Y,T! vmtntt win repay Kmm in full, i! pavmem art made on rherttil Total mat anil h reduced it payments arc made ahead at schedule. Pay - menu include cnargee at Houathold'e rate of 2V per month on that pert of a balance not exceeding $100. 2 per month on that part of a V - hlim - m eicrw of $100 but not exceedm - S300, f xr' - , J ' paf IBoatt " S"X remainder. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE 309 Market St., 2nd Floor, On the Diamond, EAST LIVERPOOL J. H. Rem ley, Mgr. U"" md' ' rl 5 m i - uk vinUKY BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS EVEJtY PAY - DAY' NAZARENES SET AREA ASSEMBLY Delegates To Meet May 12 In Youngstown Church Rev. O. L. Benedum of East Liverpool, superintendent of the year - old Akron district of the Church of the Nazarene. announced plans for the denomination's six - day general assembly for the district beginning May 12 in Youngstown. The annual gathering of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the district will begin on the preceding day, Tuesday, May 11. Presiding at this assemblage will be Rev. Mary B. Akers, of Akron, the president. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Osborne of China, and Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Chapman of Africa, with Rev. Rhoda Jones, also of China, will be the speakers. Guest speaker will be Rev. Holland London of Little Rock, Ark., a former evangelist of the denomination who ha been heard in East Liverpool and who at present is the superintendent of the Little Rock district. Rev. Howard Lewis of Toronto will head the young people's activities at the annual meeting. Rev. George Brlnkman, pastor of the Youngstown congregation, will be the host pastor. The Akron district was created last year from the once Pittsburgh district. From this city will attend the pastors of Nazarene churches and the elected delegates. There will be 15 assembly delegates from the First Church of the Nazarene. They will include S. S. Bennett, a member of the district advisory board; Mrs. Emma Dunbar, school superintendent; Mrs. B. A. Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Arleigh Barrett, T. J. Rice, Mrs. Stanley Rice, Mrs. Leah Davis. Mrs. Louis Sanford and Mrs. Ralph Sanford. There also will be 14 delegates from the congregation's two missionary societies. RUSSIA (Continusd From Pags Ons) reads: "Long live the gallant An glo - Americans defeating the German - Italian Fascists in North Africa." Together with a new spirit of cooperation between Russian officials and American military and economic representatives In Moscow, these evidences seemed to indicate that relations between Russia and her allies are at 'their best since the Germans invaded the Soviet Union. MmEXHAUSTIONW to Headache Don't let headache double the mis ry of exhautlon. At the flnt sign or pain take uapuame. it quickly bring rtlif, soothes nrrvct upiot by the pain. It ia liquid already dlaaolvcd 11 ready to act all ready to bring comfort. Um only aa U rected. 10r, SOe. 0p. $1.25 when repaid in three monthly instalments, but only 15 when repaid at the end of a week. A $50 loan repaid in four monthly instalments of $13.29 each costs $3.16 - - or if repaid in one month costs 1.25. Solve money problems here Getting a loan at Household is a quick, private transaction we require no endorsers or guarantors. The table below shows many sample monthly payment plans we can fit our service to your needs. All pay. ments include principal and interest You may get a Household loan to pay your doctor or dentist, insurance or taxes, old store bills, repairs, union fees for almost any purpose. If you need money, phone, write or visit Household Finance. LOAN YOU NEED 6 pnymrmti psymentt to psymtntt 12 pmymtnh $ 908 13.63 18 15 22 67 27.16 36.13 54.03 71.53 88 83 t 697 10.46 13.95 17.41 20.85 27.72 41.41 54.77 67.87 S 571 8.57 11 43 1426 17.07 22.68 33.85 44.70 7.31 9 75 12.16 14.56 19.33 28 82 38.00 46 94 55 SI ' ." . '.' ' Mnoim. kouiai.iriiuiicictM,Ti1. 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