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In The Churches
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Lee B. Rema ley, Pastor
SUNDAY:
9:15 a. m. Morning worship.
9:45 a. m. Communion service.
10:00 a. Church school.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Topic: “What Should a Church
Member Do?” Wayne Luginbuhl,
leader.
Come and worship with us.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
H. T. Unruh, Pastor
Thursday 7:15 p. m. Choir re
hearsal. Remember the joint meet
ing of the Mission Societies at Lima.
Call Mrs. John Tosh if you have no
way of going.
SUNDAY:
9:00 a. m. Church school.
10:00 a. m. Worship services—we
hope to have Missionary Thiessen in
our midst and bring the morning
message.
6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E.
7:30 p. m. A peace play, “Let My
People Go” will be given at the
High school by the Mennonite Peace
societv. All are invited.
biggesy
$2§5
PnintBuv"'w'un
This Offer Ends
Produce
\K*Vj
Far but result, w« Hunt
blrlsg a reliabl* ealaties
east trae tar.
FIRST M. E. CHURCH
J. A. Weed. Minister
THURSDAY:
3:45 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal.
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir rehearsal.
7:30 p. m. Mid-week devotional
service. Bible study in Acts 27-28.
8:30 p. m. Special called meeting
of Official Board.
SUNDAY:
9:00 a. m. Church school.
10:00 a. m. Public worship. Ser
mon topic: “Marks of the Lord
Jesus.”
6:00 p. m. Young People’s Choir
Rehearsal.
6:30 p. m. Epworth League de
votional service.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
P. A. Kliewer, Pastor
Thursday, No services, the Joint
Ladies’ Mission meeting in the First
Mennonite church, Lima, Ohio.
SUNDAY:
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Sermon 10:30 a. m. Text, “He
showed Himself alive after His
passions.”
Christian Endeavorers 7:30 p. m.
Senior, Intermediate and Junior.
Bible study with Senior C. E. “Why
the Four Gospels.”
Paini-Up, Clean-Up Week
Saturday, April 29th
PER GALLON
In 5
Gallon Pails
$2.95 PER GALLON
In 1
Gallon Size
Sherwin-Williams Paints
Sherwin-Williams
famous
SWP HOUSE PAINT
Y'ou make an iron-clad home in
vestment when you paint your
house with Sherwin-Williams
SWP House Paint. That’s one
reason why more homes are painted
with S WP than with any other brand.
It’* the paint all America buys.
Place Your Order Now for Future Delivery
Ruff’s 5c to $1.00 Store
Bluffton, Ohio Phone 384-W
il
NOTICE
To All Bluffton Residents
It will be necessary to shut off
Bluffton's city water supply Thursday
night, April 20 while valves in the city
water mains are being repaired.
Water will be shut off from 9 p. m.
until midnight. During this time all
residents are urgently requested to
take extra precautions against fire.
Also those requiring a supply of water
during the time service is discontinued
should provide themselves with same
in advance.
Board of Public Affairs
EVANGELICAL REFORMED
Emil BurrX* Pastor
Emmanuel’s:
Choir practice Thursday
at 8:00.
c.
evening
Sunday school at 9:30 a.
Public worship at
The Bluffton Grade
will be present for this service to
sing for us.
St. John’s:
Choir practice Thursday at 7:30
p. m.
The W. M. S. meets with Mrs.
Anna Huber on Friday evening at
7:30 with Mrs. Edna Burkholder as
assistant hostess.
Public worship at 9:15 a. m.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Junior and Senior C.
at 6:30 p. m.
Classical W. M. S.
Calvary, Lima, April 19
G.
quet
L. Grabill, Pastor
Special meetings continue until
Sunday evening with Rev. and Mrs.
Andrew J■Spoelstra as guest speakers.
Services each everling at 7:45.
Come am
Lord witl
SUNDAV
1 enjoy the
hi us.
9 S ijnday school Harry Welty,
PR ESB YTERIA N CH I RCHES
Charles M. Armentrout, Pastor
Rockport:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Sunday school, Mr:
Walter Marshall, Supt.
7:00 p. m. Christian
Bluffton:
9:30 a. m.
Waldo Diller,
10:50 a. m.
6:00 p. m. Tuxis.
The subject of the morning ser-l Little spring plowii
mon will be “Building Spires”. The I complished, and the
public is cordially invited to attend I much later than
the services of the church. I many farmers in th
You are welcome.
Grain (bushel prices)—Wheat 67c
corn 43c oats 28c soys 75c.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, [OHIO
Visit FOTmeT LoCttl
PeOfile III AriZOUa
Many former Bluffton people, now
living in Arizona
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
a. m. aP°lis during a stay
School Choir| the Past three mor,t
who became ill
last January is impi
While in Phoenix,
Welty, former Blufftc
I Mr. and Mrs.
meeting at
and 20.
M. G.’s 25th anniversary
Wednesday evening.
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Benroth in Phoen
roth is one of
ban-1 clyster saies an
that city.
They also met
formerly of Pan i
of the Mission
with a membersln
Hager is a neplu
Mary (Hager) I
blessing of the
Endeavor.
Sunday
Supt.
Morning
ipril Showers" No
Misnomer This Year
I Traditional A
I light flurry of s
I ceded and foil
been Bluffton’s
Intermittent si
quite heavy, have
every day since
overcast skies a
favorable conditio
opportunity for v
make its debut.
school, Mrs. unfavorable, fair,
crops which have
not looking good.
worship.
I corn planted
April.
DEFENSELESS MENNONITE
E. G. Steiner, Pastor
9:3o Sunday school. I Poached eggs
10:30 Preaching in charge of I new and impro
speaker and trio from Ft. Wayne I with minced
Bible Institute. I on the toast
7 :30 Evening worship in charge of I fore placing
group from Bible Institute. I
8:00 Thursday evening, prayer!
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY I i ing i alej
(Above Postoffice I
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m., ®WNt)
subject: “Probation After Death.” I
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed-1 THE RABBIT-HOLE TUNNEL
nesday evening. I
The reading room at the church! Jx 27177,---
is open every Wednesday from 2:0(P
to 4:00 p. m. The public is invited
to all services and to visit the read
ing room.
This society is a branch of the
Mother Church, the First Church
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—140 to 160, $6.40 160
230, $6.70 230 to 250, $6.60 250
300, $6.50 roughs, $5.50
$4.50.
stags,I of the ■.
they had hi
In 1861,
mine. Near
were murde
dians whom
with a
have
sometimes
in the area
and
un
given no
weather to
Friday,
generally
Unfavorable wt
the farm program
survey showed. 1
her is effecting
n the district, a
ts prospects are
s reporting that
teen planted are
Wet conditions
meet Wed-1 other farmers f)
The social club will
nesday, April 26, in the home of I all agricultural worl
Mrs. Waldo Diller. I layed proportionately.
have prevented
sowing oats, and
has been
de-
has been
ac
be
season will
year when
district had
last week of
oast take on a
flavor if served
Spread the ham
eat slightly be
oq top.
ha
an
the
Golden Phantoms
FASCINATING TALES
OF LOST MINES
By Edith. L. Watson
®w nu. By Editha L. Wataon
STEVENS GULCH, near Strontia
Springs, Colo., was a deposit of ore
which the Indians knew of in the very
early days, rhe men mined the ore.
the women crushed and washed it, and
the gold was placed in turkey quills
and taken as
of pl river to
I Some years
I young num
I West and ton
I some mania
I ox wagon
t°l loaded with
to I took home
far East as the Mississip
a«le with the white men.
s before the Civil war, two
om St. Joseph, Mo., came
und this Indian mine. In
they managed to get an
o the gulch, and this they
very rich ore, which they
id sold. They made a map
ion, marking on it where
Idea their tools.
hey started back to the
Devils Head peak they
•ed, supposedly by the In
they had despoiled.
who had their map sent
Jackson, a negro, who had
region during Indian days,
•vered the tools from the
1 on the map. but he could
mine.
A relative
it to Henry
lived in the
Jackson rec
place tuarke
not locate tite
In 1911 a ung man named Johnson
found some oiuising ore in the gulch
which, wh n crushed and panned.
showed a rh color. He noticed a rab
bit go into hole of some brush, but
at rhe time he did not pay much at
tention. La r, when he heard the
story of the mine, he returned ami
tried to find the tunnel, but it was no
use.
STOCK SALES
Wanted-
highest
poultry to
third house
Bluffton ph
Wanted—
er cows. 0.
Phone 43-L
See us
hauling. E
eggs at
also have
Poultry and
arket price
retail. Calvin Steiner, I
om Electric light plant,
e 212-W. tf
esh and closeup spring-
Burkholder, Col. Grove,
50
all kinds of live stock
.-y load insured. Rates
Stager Bros., Bluffton
Y. tf
ers attention—Call us for
s, Jerseys and Guernseys,
phone 35
Cow ov
service
all t. b. and Bang tested. Fee $1.
Shorthorns $1,50. Mileage 5 cents!
per mile way. Eight bulls ini
service. C. N. Long & Son, 3 miles!
west of Ada. Phone Red 1360. tfl
For sale—3 steers coming 2 yrs. I
old. W. H. Huber, Bluffton phone. I
For sale—Two Du roc gilts, will!
weigh over 200 lbs. also male hogl
weighing over 250. Lugibihl Bros., I
5 miles north of tlluffton. I
For sale—13’weaning pigs and 71
shoats, Clate Scoles, 6 miles south!
of town. I
Settlement
Rev. John Thiessen, returned mis
sionary from India will speak at the
were visited by| ^obn Mennonite church, Thurs
Welty of Minne-Iday ni*ht at 8 o’clock.
in Phoenix for| G1’lin A. Kohli and son Robert of
ths. Mrs. Welty| ^^eaton, Ill., arrived at the home of
in that city| b’s ^at^er and brother Hiram and
roving nicely. fami,y to spend over Sunday. They
Mr. and Mrs.| ^or borne on Monday.
vziicr jDJunvon residents, met! Bradford Steiner, a senior in
old friends ineluding John J. Welty Wheaton college, accompanied Oriin
who has been in Phoenix some thirty] Kobh to Pandora where he visited
years the Diller
Philip, Homer and
late Adam Diller,
Bluffton who came
same time as John
.. c. i in Phoenix while tl
un ay I gorne ^ne
I Kohli to Pandora where he visited
bovs Dan Louis w*th his sister Anita and their uncle
Adam, sons of the! and aunt Mr- and Mrs- Amos Hilty.
formerly west of He also eturned with them.
to Phoenix at the| The marriage of Miss Eileen Am
Welty. John lives] stutz’ daughter of Mrs. Ellen Am
he Diller bays have] 8tutz to Richard Reiter, son of Mr.
citrus groves. and Mrs- G,enn Reiter of Mt. Cory,
Welty also visited was announced Sunday morning. The
at the home"of Mr. and Mrs. Jule|'e_™m°ny is to be an event of the
where Mr. Ben-| near future
e leaders in the I State Highway Route 224 will have
ice agency of Icourse changed, beginning near
I the Putnam-Hancock county line
ev. Albert Hager, I w^ere it is to be directed northward
a who has charge! following the former right-of-way
mrch at Phoenix)of the Findlay-Ft. Wayne railroad,
some 200. Rev. *s ^one to avoid flooding of the
of the late Mrs.| h’ghway alon& the Blanchard river
ill of Bluffton thr°ugh the territory east of Gilboa
through Ottawa.
Mrs. Louis Schmunk and daughter
Mary Margaret of Toronto, Canada,
returned to their home Monday after
lost almost complete sight submitted
to an operation
Memorial hospital at Lima.
ported that he is getting along nice
ly.
Frederick Reichenbach is assisting
with the farm for Willis Schumach
er.
Dr. M. S. Britten, federal veterin
arian stationed at Lima, is testing
BIGHT O’CLOCK
COFFEE
TISSUE PAPER
spending several days with relatives. remains quite poorly.
Omar Gratz made a business trip Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edinger of
to Pittsburgh one day last week. Bowling Green visited at the J. C.
Jacob Haas who has been confined Montgonlery home Sunday
to his home for some months has Mrs. Chas. Hall and son spent
made considerable improvement of
late.
cataract at the
It is re­
Mr. and Mrs. David Wehrly were
received into membership of the St.
John congregation by baptism last
Sunday morning.
The Swiss Male Chorus under the
direction of Prof. Roy Hilty of
Bowling Green is preparing a good
program to be presented at the Pan
dora high school auditorium on Mon
day evening, April 24 at 8:15. A
silver offering will be received.
WALDORF
FELS-NAPTHA SOAP.....................
CH IPSO, Flakes or Granules ....
PURE LARD.....................................
SUPER SUDS, Concentrated Blue
BEET SUGAR...................................
BUTTER, Silverbrook .....................
LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER............
KELLOGG'S CORNFLAKES..........
SAL SODA........................................
LAUNDRY SOAP, Ajax.................
IVORY SOAP...................................
COFFEE, Red Circle.......................
ROMAN CLEANSER, plus deposit
PET OR CARNATION MILK
GRAPEFRUIT, Florida...................
CORN, A&P Golden Bantam ....
BALLOON
SOAP CHIPS
sumrrrauD
cattle in this vicinity.
The cold damp weather is not so
agreeable to those of our number
who have spent the winter months
in Florida. Oats that has
sowed for a month or more
not show much growth yet.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I.
Sunday with Mr. and
Dye of near Alvada.
been
does
Armorsville
Mrs. Martha Flick called on
Eva Montgomery Thursday of
week.
Mrs.
last
Moore spent
Mrs. Morris
to the home
John Rocki returned
of his parents in Alliance, Saturday.
Max McCafferty, Myron Vandemark,
Gerald Harshey and Russell Hath
away accompanied him and spent
the week end with him.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman and
son Jay spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grismore
and family.
Earl Stewart
dinner at the
Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday evening
Boedicker home.
took
Geo.
Fred Battels,
Klingler and
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Ernest
Harry Huffman called on Mrs.
Montgomery Wednesday.
Mr.
Mrs.
Eva
call-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Perkins
Friday evening. Mrs. Perkins still
Monday at the W. I. Moore home.
Pleasant View
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips Jr.,
of West Independence spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. L. M. Wyn
koop and daughters.
was remov
Community
last week.
Mrs. William Fridley
ed from the Bluffton
hospital to her home
She is slowly improving.
a paralytic
H. S. Green suffered
stroke last week.
A number of young
the View motored to
Sunday afternoon where they pre
sented the play “And He Hath Great
Possessions” Sunday evening.
folks from
Montpielier,
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Harris attend
ed the funeral of Clarence Haddox
at McComb, Monday afternoon.
Donald Harris and Howard Frantz
pm-
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LB 15c
bl^g
PEAS, CORN OR TOMATOES.................4 No. 2 cant 25c
FLOUR, Iona............................................... 24Vi-1b bag 49c
SODA CRACKERS, Excell or For Famed .... 2-1b box 13c
OLEOMARGINE, Keyko................................... 2 lbs. 19c
SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING............................ 3-1b con 45c
NAVY BEANS, Choice Hand Picked.............. 5 lb*. 14c
TOMATOES, Solid Pack.....................
SPARKLE GELATIN...............................
PANCAKE FLOUR, Sunnyfield............
CREAM CHEESE, Wisconsin..........
P&G SOAP OR KIRK'S FLAKEWHITE
RINSO OR OXYDOL..............................
RED SALMON, Sultana........................
WHEAT OR RICE CEREAL, Sunnyfield
SPRY OR CRISCO...................................
SALAD DRESSING, Ann Page..........
SEEDLESS RAISINS...............................
39c
3 No. 2’/a can* 25c
10c
15c
16c
10c
37c
39c
3 pkgs.
,. 5-1b bag
...... 1b
3 bars
2 Ige. pkgs.
2 tall cons
2 cello bogs 13c
3-16 can 51c
........... qt. 29c
4-1b pkg. 29c
4 ROLLS 15c
...................6 bars 25c
............Ige. pkg. 19c
........ 4-tb pkg. 29c
.2 Ige. pkgs.
...........5-1b box
.................... 1b
................3 cans
2 Ige. pkgs.
2—2Yi-1b pkgs.
................... 3..bars
.......... Ige. cake 9c
.............1b-bag 19c
..............qt. bot. 10c
................tall can 7c
.........No. 2 can 10c
.. 2 No. 2 cans 19c
37c
25c
27c
10c
19c
13c
11c
5
lbbox
MOTOR OIL, A-Penn, plus 4c Gal. tax 2-gal. can $1.17
SCRATCH FEED, Daily Egg..........................100 lbs. $1.40
FINE CHICK FEED, Daily Egg :..................... 100 lbs. $1.55
CHICK STARTER MASH, Daily Egg............100 lbs. $1.95
EGG MASH, Daily Egg................................. 100 lbs. $1.89
RICE, Blue Rose............................................................ tb 5c
CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield..........................2 Ige. pkgs. 15c
PRUNES, California.................................................4 lbs. 19c
PEACHES, Iona..................................... 2 No. I'/i cans 25c
MATCHES, A&P..........................................6 Ige. boxes 21c
CATSUP, Packer's Label.............................. 3 Ige. bots. 25c
MUSTARD, Harbauer's............................................qt. 10c
MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI ........................7-ox. pkg. 5c
PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana............................2-IB jar 25c
SUPER SUDS, Red....................................... 2 Ige. pkgs. 29c
DOG FOOD, Doily.............................. ................. tall can 5c
PINK SALMON, Coldstream....................... 2 tall cant 21c
PASTRY FLOUR24^45e
24c
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 193S-
were Sunday guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Harris a.
daughter Marcella of Toledo.
Mrs. Idell Whisler has been as
sisting in the care of her aunt, Mrs-.
Charles Bailey at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White
of Mt. Cory.
Present Operetta
At Rawson Friday
An operetta, “In Old Vienna”, will
be presented in Rawson high school
auditorium, Friday night at 8 o’clock
by the glee clubs of that school.
The operetta is under direction of
Miss Dorotha Thompson of this
place, music supervisor in the Raw
son schools.
The operetta with a tuneful mu
sical setting, has been popular with
many high school musical organiza
tions.
Appearing in the cast are: Boyd
Hecathorn, Opal Garlinger, Wm.
Stager, Kenneth Bame, Geo. Ear
ling, Hubert Rauch, Robert Wilson,
Maxine Young, Verne Pore, Dorotha
Ream, Leland Keller and Myrtle
Gene Falk. Miss Thelma Miller is
accompanist.
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