Newspaper Page Text
CHURCH MISSIONARY A. F. Albro, Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Young people’s service 7:00 p. Evangelistic sendee 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Minister J. A. Weed, THURSDAY: 3:45 p. m. Junior 7:00 p. m. Senior 7:00 p. m. Church Night devotional I service and Bible study. I SUNDAY: 9:00 to 11:00 a. m. Unified service: .Worship, Lesson Study, Sermon. The Junior Choir will make its first ap pearance of the season and sing for this service, at 10 o’clock. The pas-| tor will speak on “The Cost of Growing Up.” S2^8 BUTTONED DOWN Cuffs! A swagger little flat heel monk with perforations and stitching, and a buckle for per fect adjustment. The cuff over the smartly fashion, swagger insures perfect comfort. buttons strap in tailored and the low heel In black or brown calf. Others $1.98 to $4.95. Widths AAA to D. W.H. Gratz Footwear Shop Corrective Fitting a Specialty Bluffton, Ohio 'Miron This Sunday in Ae hurchesH m. Everybody’s Bible class Friday 7:30 p. m. reheMfal. rehelHal. Choir Choir Official Board meeting, cancelled on last Sunday, will be held follow- ing the morning service. 6:00 p. m. Epworth League devo tional service. 7:30 p. m. Union sendee and dra matic presentation of “The Tiger Tale,” with local cast, as announced elsewhere in this issue of the News. Monday: 6:30 p. m. District C. E. Banquet and annual election of fleers, at the Church of Christ, young people of the community vited. W^WASHER Here’s history-making value acclaimed the biggest, fin est, sturdxrt washer for the money since Thor built the first electric washer over 33 years ago. I^arge, sanitary tub, porcelain inside and outside Thor multi- aane Super-Agitator and ap proved Free Rolling Safety Wringer first to meet the new, rigid 1910 Safety and Ef ficiency requirements of the I nderwriters Laboratories. Its fast, gentle, thorough wat er action will restore your clothes to their original spot lessness without a trace of wear. Stop in today and see this washer. Basinger’s Furniture Store of All EBENEZER MENNONITE P. A. Kliewer, Pastor Special Evangelistic services con tinue thru the week 7:45 p. m. Saturday night, special message for young people. Rev. G. P. Schultz I invites all young people to come— 7:45 p. m. SUNDAY: i Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Message by Rev. G. P. Schultz 10:30 a. m. Christian Endeavorers 7:15 p. m. to 7:55 p. m. I Message by Rev. G. P. Schultz 8 p. m. I “Restore unto me the joy of thy I salvation and uphold me with thy I free spirit, THEN will I teach trans Igressors thy ways and sinners shall be coverted unto thee.” I Psalm 51:12-13 FIRST MEN NONITE CHURCH H. T. Unruh, Pastor Thursday: 7:15 p. m. Choir re hearsal and midweek services. Dr. I. Bauman will speak. The second dis course on Peace. Friday: 8:00 p. m. Musical pro gram by the music department of Bluffton college. SUNDAY: 9:00 a. m. Church school. 10:00 a. m. Church worship with a visiting pastor likely preaching. 6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E. 7:30 p. m. A Community program at the H. S. auditorium. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Charles M. Armentrout, Pastor Rockport: 9:30 a. m. Morning worship. 10:30 a. m. Sunday school, Mrs. Walter Marshall, Supt. Bluffton: 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, Mrs. Waldo Diller, Supt. 10:50 a. m. Morning worship. 5:00 p. m. Tuxis. 7:30 p. m. Union service to be held in the High school auditorium. The subject of the morning ser vice will be “Discipline and Spiritual Well Being”. The public is cordially invited to attend the services of the church. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY (Above Postoffice) Sunday services at 10:30 a. m., subject: “Probation After Death.” Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening. The reading room at the church is It’s the biggest thrill of National Washing Machine Week .... wIK open every Wednesday from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. The public is invited to all services and to visit the reading This society is a branch of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. CHURCH OF CHRIST L. B. Remaley, Pastor Thursday: 2:00 p. m. Missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed. Smith. SUNDAY: 9:15 a. m. Sunday school, Forest Mumma, Supt. 10:15 a. m. Communion service. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic: “Getting Along With Our Associates.” Fred Fritchie, leader. Monday: 6:30 p. m. District C. E. banquet and election of officers. Mt. Cory Miss Lois Idel! Jordan, daughter of Mrs. Pearl Jordan and Richard Fillwock son of Mrs. Anna Fillwock of North Baltimore were married at 4:30 o’clock Friday afternoon at the i home of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Lilly of Port Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Fill wock reside in a new home at Leav itsburg, Ohio, near "Warren. Mr. wock is an electrician in the mills. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Westall Mrs. A. E. McVey spent the end in Lancaster. Mrs. Addie Kraft of Findlay ed on Mrs. Nonnamaker Monday afternoon. Mrs. Kraft and Mrs. Nonnamaker will leave Findlay Thursday morning for a ten-days’ visit in Circleville. Mrs. Mary Steiner from the Ridge road called on Mrs. J. W. Henninger I heId Friday afternoon. I enzl The Homecoming and rally of the|en^e Evangelical church held at t..~ church last Sunday was well attend ed. Rev. C. L. Allen of Fremont Mr. and Mrs. Earl McVey of Van Buren I nounced and Mary Louise Whisler were Sun-I man day evening luncheon guests in the I C° Evangelical parsonage. Mary Louise Whisler were Sun-1 man» Marilyn White daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles a tonsil operation last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Beagle, daugh ter Genevieve, Mrs. Pearl Jordan and, I 1v daughter Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.| Bowersox, Mrs. Katie Nonnamaker and Mrs. Larence Guin attended the communion services at Liberty Chap el Sunday evening. Mr. M. S. the Clover Cleveland. Boy THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO been sent to the Bluffton scout troop! ry by Troop No. 3, of Long Beach, Calif., of which Charles M. Boothby, formerly of Bluffton, is scoutmaster. The toads were sent thru the mail I dustrial buildii and arrived here alive and hearty. I Wenzlick be They are being cared for by thela “peace scan troop as pets. accomplished avhat STOCK SALES I For sale—Nice young Holstein Guernsey cow with heifer calf at side also young Spotted male hog, reason ably priced. E. P. Steiner. Hereford steer and heifer calves avg. 320 lbs. 50 Shorthorn stters avg. 650 Locher Sale Stables For sale—2 boars. Albert million, Bluffton phone. For sale or trade—Shrop 2 years old. north of Bluffton on Dixie. For sale—2 Duroc enough for service. mile east and 1 Lafayette. Guy Scoles, 1 mile and family, A number of boars, old I View attended fri Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Shifferley at tended the wedding of Mr. John R-1 *0 practice safety at all times when Todd and Miss Ruth Boody, near I rjdjng bicycles. However, drivers of Paynesville, last Saturday. I motor vehicle8 must accept their full Rev. and Mrs. Obee, Mrs. D. H.|ghare of the burden for safeguard Buchanon, Mrs. R. T. Bauman andLg bicycle riders by always observ Mrs. L. D, Crawford attended a W.L the ruleg of safety. M. S. meeting of the Tiffin district! Riding bicycles upon the streets of the Methodist Protestant church! highway8 at njght, children are I plorable, held at Mt. Blanchard. The speakers I remindedj jg unia^-ful without dis were Mrs. E. K. Barss of Coshocton and Miss Sinka of China. Fil Conaitiofis seen (Il orilig DlllldlUQX^y call- “If you are goin house, now is the tim dares Roy Wenzlick Real Estate Analyist Louis, who will address the 59th An nual Convention of the Ohio Asso 1 of Retail Lumber Dealers to in Dayton, January 17-19. ick achieved national promin by accurately forecasting the the volume of building activity in Amer ica in the years 1932-1939. ie years 1 analy ►ects for Wenzlicks analysis of the imme diate prospects for building were an ---------i Jay by Forrest L. Stein Steinmar Farm values will advance, and! I farm building activity wil increase! o 4. XT I a^80, Farmers will do well to pay! o CO 111 IN eWS I off their present mortgages and not! John Schmidt, Richard Oberly and! increase their acreage, thereby avoid-1 Kenneth Oberly passed their first-1 ,ng previous mistakes.” I class 14-mile hiking test last week,! The war is a tremendous calamity,! it was announced by Scoutmaster I sajd Wenzlick, but the short-time ef-l Karl Gable. First-class nature study I feet will be to bring a tremendous! test was passed by Kenneth Oberly.I increase in production activity ini I the United States. We are entering! Three baby horned toads have| a period of prosperity in this coun-l ,. The days of low interest rates! are over. Business concerns will be I in the market for funds, and we can! expect a substantial increase in in-1 ’g- I lieves that following! after Germany has! it wants in Po-| will continue. “If it! I land, the war I I I For sale—Stock sale stable. N. P. Service bulls Shorthorns Brown Swiss $1.50 Guernseys, Jer-1 better of the seys and Herefords $1.00, plus 5|out entirely, cents per mile one way. t. b. and Bang tested. service. C. N. Long & Son. Ada Red 1360. lasts a long time” he affirmed, “therel will be as much industrial building activity as resulted from the last war. He expressed the opinion that calves at Locher! the United States will stay out for Steiner. tfla year or two, and that if .England and I and France seem to be getting the itruggle we may stay He predicted a All hulls lapse after the war. Ten bulls in Phone tf For sale—Six Shropshire rams, 2| good yearlings 2 elitrible to registry.| Mr. and I. .Harris, 3 miles north of town. I John Wes The outstanding iss board of education whether the people ar Bicycles as well as motor vehicles I the proposed school measure. l.lare interpreted under the State Law I r.. to mean vehicles and are subject to I ballots will carry an amendment to daughter, Mrs. playing a lighted tail-light and head light. The accompanying issued by the Traf Division of the Ohi partment in the in and highway safety, safety cartoon has met with an en-1 of citizens could provide, thusiastic response from national as well as state publications. Lumber Bros. vanced period Building cent in the Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whisler were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and|^rs^ wol"ld Mrs. J. J. White. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Clymer of Arcadia and son Gale of Cleveland were afternoon callers.| next s'x Yea!' White underwent! wiH them tl,e most period of their lifetime, he asserts.! “Effect of the war on residential! building will not be felt immediate-! ,1” stated Wenzlick. “October vol-1 ume will be off slightly. November! and December activity should be! slightly ahead. New buildings will! hold up during the first half of next! Steiningen is attending I year' After ,hat’ [apidly ad™“inM Farm Convention in ,bu‘lding costf can ba expe,:ted- 218 costs ai six-year war began in_____, col- Pleasant View s. J. G. Harris and entertained Mr. uman of Rawson 5. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. called on Mrs. son Roger Lyn ence, Thursday rning, nount. Mrs. Myra Freeh and children of Rawson spent Sunday with her par buck, I ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Habegger Eli Smith, *2 I honor of Rev. mile north of home in Rawsson, son and Mr. and Bauman inday of Ada, on Vynkcop and daughter Genevieve Phillips and in of West Independ evening. Rickly and son Alva ndiana, Sunday and Mrs. David Rothen. Mrs. Samuel motored to Ij visited Mr. and1 young folks from the a surprise party in H. D. Camp at his Wednesday even ing. The group consisted of members For sale—20 extra good Shrop-1 of the Rawson, Olive Branch and I %ao7ic"fisH hVrebA“^ shire ewes also feeding lambs and Pleasant View E societies. They I some good rams. Ira Moser. I presented him with a lovely chair. I For sale—A few good purebred The Ladies Harmony circle wffl IW| Berkshire spring boars farmers’| serve lunch at the Mrs. Lydia Neis-I price. Elmer S. Diller, Pandora. wander & Son sale, Thursday. 27 Judge ot th Ai^howntJ^ohio. the traffic laws pertaining to the|tbe Constitution which authorizes al Chicago, May 5, 1913, of paralysis, operation of vehicles upon the streets I state board of education for Ohio, I at Ike age of eighty-five years. and highways. I the amendment committee urges all I Miss Sibyl Close, who has been a as be amended was originally adopted evening. per I the 11state after 1914, II __ ,~.o__ ac-l I cording to Wenzlick, who sees morel reasons for price advance during the! j. Those who build! I homes during the next six months I affairs, according to a statement is-1 A very ph'asant home wedding was sued today by the State Board of| solemnized Saturday evening at the Education Amendment Committee, of I residence of which Wilbur T. Blair, Youngstown! Worthington attorney and state president of the| Rev. Butler, Junior Chamber of Commerce, is I relatives of head. I The contracting parties were Dr. Children should be reminded re-1 citizens to vote “Yes” in order to I teacher in the second grade for thir lentlessly by parents and teachers I safeguard their own interests. Ohio,| feen years, has resigned her position. ...i Miss Clara Greding, teacher of the popular vote in 1912. hen the! Miss Eunice Trumbo boarded the I first vote was taken to create al Royal Mail steamship, Carpathia, in to build al suPer’nter»dent of public instruction! New York City, Saturday, for her to do it,” de-| be appointed by the governor, the! Continental and Palestine tour. She President of I ^unctlons of the state educational de-1 goes wjth a party of fifteen, among b, Inc., of St.| Payments were chiefly statistical,! whOm are several other Ohio ladies. the State Board Amendment Com-1 That Biuffton is to have a glove m^tee points out. I factory js now an assured fact. Mr. u "he apse of a quarter century Hauckf manager of the concern at has seen the department of educa-| tion’s powers steadily increase,” the I Committee says, “without any shar-l ing of control with the public. Thus I local communities have had to accept! the department’s dictates with no I appeal except to the administrator! who made the original ruling. AI state board of education provides al board of review and appeal—a pro-1 tection against dictatorial authority.”! The committee sponsoring the! board of education amendment! contends that the authority of local I school boards will be respected morel if the state school regulations that! touch local boards are controlled by I a group of layment who know ini their daily lives the problems of I Ohio’s communities and can appre-l ciate school boards difficulties. I Local school communities are vic-1 timized by the frequent changes in| state school Amendment pointing out four different in the twelve years since 1927. With! a state board of education, they in-1 sist that Ohio’s school policy-making! could be on a stable long-range basis.! administration, the! Committee charge’s,I that there have been I directors of education! Family Gathering A family gathering was held at the home of Mrs. Noah Zimmerman of College avenue, Sunday. A basket dinner was enjoyed at noon by the following: I ,.,••! h«a b-en duly appointed and qualified as Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Zimmerman and son Dick of Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Willis Simmons of Stryker Mr. and Mrs. Orren Zimmerman and son James of Cairo Mr. and Mrs. David Zimmerman and son Kirt, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zimmerman all of Co lumbus Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Zimmerman, son Robert and daughter Wilma Jean of Beaverdam. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hochstettler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Zimmerman and Sherry Jan and Mrs. Zimmerman, Bernice and Junior all of this place. SHORTS AND MIDDLINGS Dean John speaker who difference between and a poor farmer received the reply, “The good farmer sits and thinks and the poor farmer just sits.” F. Cunningham says a asked his audience the a good farmer Treatments to control grain weevil must be made when temperatures are 70 degrees Fahrenheit or above to get maximum results. The grain must be in storages which can be tightly closed during treatment. T. O. Forder, Cecil, obtained analyses of his pasture soils and recommendations for their improve ment from the Ohio State University extension service. He applied 200 to 350 pounds of 0-20-0 fertilizer per acre on part of the ground and 0-14-6 on the other. All the soil received 3,000 pounds of limestone per acre. Anyone who stops learning is old, whether this happens at 20 or 80. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT i.udwiK whose Post office is Beaverdam Ohio. administrator of the Estate of Henry Aur-s- raymond p. smith, School Head Here It* ,, 1 1 ------------. Urges s" Vofe||NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF MAY 15, 19131 Pointing out that the November of Bluffton, died at the home of his Lizzie Stover, in it is pointed out, is one of the na tion’s backward states in this regard I Seventh grade, has resigned her posi since it, along with only eight other! tion and will discontinue teaching, states, has failed to provide for any! Dr. J. J. Sutter is in Cincinnati, at direct public presentation in the con-1 tending the alumni meeting of the trol of its state school office. I Phio Eclectic Medical college. He “The situation is particularly de-1 has been honored with the Residency ,” the committee statement! of the association for the ensuing continues, “because investigation re-1 year. He will also attend the state veals that Ohio gives the state school! association meeting at Dayton, Wed office more powers and duties than I nesday. illustration was I any other state except New York Clyde Waltz, superintendent of the fie Engineering I and yet this centralization of power! Rockford schools, was recently elect Hig way e I has been placed in the hands of aled superintendent of the township crest of street! singie administrative officer without! schools at that place, at a $200 This type of I the reasonable checks that a board I salarv. I Miss Brandenburg, principal of the This year marks the second time I high school, was given a generous that the people have voted upon the! miscellaneous shower by a number state school office, since the section I of her lady friends at the home of I of the Constitution now proposed to I Mrs. Edgar Hauenstein, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charles on Jackson street, by in the presence of near the bride and groom. A. J. B. Longsdorf, Bluffton super-| J°hn Bender, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. intendent of schools, endorsed Blair’s| W. Bender, and Miss Jes stand in a statement the first of the|ter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Worth week and urged a vote of “Yes” on ington. Patrick Karns, a former resident Findlay, with his assistants, is here installing the plant. GERMAN SETTLEMENT Ezra Bucher’s are happy over the arrival of a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welty announc- k, FOOD STOWES MILK BREAD MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, Encore PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana SALAD DRESSING, Ann Page .... SPARKLE GELATIN DESSERTS ... KETCHUP, Ann Page CHOCOLATE DROPS MUSTARD, Harbouer P&G or KIRK'S FLAKEWHITE SOAP PALMOLIVE SOAP PICKLES, Fresh Cucumber CAMPBELL'S BEANS 3—1 -1b ANN PAGE MACARONI DINNER CORN or TOMATOES 4 No. 7 CRISCO or SPRY 3 lb SUNNYFIELD PASTRY FLOUR GOLD MEDAL FLOUR............ PILLSBURY FLOUR OLEOMARGARINE, Sure Good LARD, Sunnyfield..................... CHEESE, Wisconsin BEET SUGAR CHERRIES, Red Sour Pitted .. FRUIT COCKTAIL, A&P .... PEACHES, Iona PANCAKE FLOUR, Sunnyfield OXYDOL OR RINSO OLD DUTCH CLEANSER .... PELS NAPTHA SOAP TISSUE OAPER WALDORF MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 4 19c SLAB BACON -21c THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1939 ed the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lucy, to Mr. David W. Reich enbach, which takes place today at the home of Rev. Gottshall in Bluff ton, the officiating clergyman. In a photo contest of cement silos, F. H. Nance, of the Ohio Farmer, awarded the first Ohio prize to J. J. Steiner. Mr. Steiner has an excel lent appearing silo, north of town, and a photo was taken of it and en tered in the contest, and won the $10 prize. C. E. BANQUET MONDAY Annual fall banquet of the Bluffton district Christian Endeavor will be held next Monday night in the base ment of the Church of Christ at 6:30 o’clock. Following the banquet a program has been arranged including several musical numbers and a short devo tional service. Officers for the com ing year will also be elected. All young people are invited. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING Every Load Insured STAGER BROS. Bluffton, Ohio BEWARE CHICKEN THIEVES Worm you flock now Use Rota-Caps Guard against colds Camphosal or HTH Steiner s Hatchery EIGHT O’CLOCK O E E 3 ““39 i5c WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED SCRATCH FEED, Doily Egg.......... EGG MASH, Doily Egg................ DAIRY FEED, 16%, Doily Milk .. ROLLED OATS, Sunnyfield KELLOGG'S XORN FLAKES......... CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield CH IPSO, Flakes or Granules .... PILLSBURY PANCAKE FLOUR MILE HIGH CORNED BEEF HASH SUPER SUDS, Blue.......................... MATCHES, A&P............................ PINK SALMON.............................. BUTTER, Silverbrook PINEAPPLE JUICE, A&P.............. AAP SOFT TWIST 4 23c .... 100 lb. $1.63 .... 100 lbs. $2.16 .... 100 lbs. $1.41 .........*9«- Pk9 ... 2 Ige. pkgs. ... 2 Ige. pkgs. .........*9«- pks ............... pkg- 15c 19c 15c 19c 10c 10c 37c 21c 27c 31c 25c IB con ... 2 Ige. pkgs. 6 boxes ... 2 toll cons 1b .... 46-ox. con 3 24-°z. e LOAVES 3-1b pkg. 21c 2-1b jar 25c quart 3 pkgs. 14-ox. bot. .... 2 lbs. qt. ... 3 bars ,. 3 cakes pt. jar cons pkg. eons can 27c 10c 10c 19c 10c 10c 17c 10c 23c 10c 27c 51c 24’/2-lb. eh, BAG yc 89c 87c 23c 37c 21c 24 Vi-1b bag .. 24Vi-1b bag .... 2 lbs. 4-1b pkg. 1b .. 25-IB bog $1.52 No. 2 con 2 toil cons 2 No. 2 Vi cons 5-fb bog .. 2 Ige. pkgs. 3 cons 6 bars 10c 25 25c 15c 37c 23c 25c 4 15c HOLLS NO. 1 GRADE YELLOW ONIONS 50 ife 69c RING OR LARGE BOLOGNA 2 25c A&P FOOD STORES'