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PAGE FOUR
In The Churches
MISSIONARY CHURCH
A. F. Albro, Pastor ...
SUNDAY:
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning worship.
7:00 p. m. Children’s meeting.
7:30 Commencement service
High school.
Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Prayer
meeting.
EBENEZER MENNQNTT?
P. A. Kliewer, Pastor
THURSDAY:
Teachers’ meeting 7:45 p. m.
Bible study and prayer senice
7:45 p. m.
Mixed Choir rehearsal 8:30 p.
SUNDAY:
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
m.
Sermon 10:30 a. m. Text: “The
Home that God Builds.” This is
children consecration service.
Following is morning service:
Solo, “My Mother’s Prayer”, Francis
Niswander Reading, “Silver in the
Gold” Doris Garmotter Recitation,
“Mother’s Love”, Jane Garmotter.
No services in the evening. Bac
calaureate service in the Bluffton
High school.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Charles M. Armentrout, Pastor
Rockport
9:30 a,
Morning
Sunday
Walter Marshal), Supt.
Bluffton:
Norman Triplett, Supt,
10:50 a. m. Morning
worship,
5:00 p. m. Tuxis.
Tuesday, 8:00 p. n
club will meet at the
hostesses will be Mrs.
., the Social
Church. The
M. D. Soash,
MORE PROFIT
FROM CORN
the easy way—use
Semesan Jr.
4 Oz. can.......................30c
1 16. can.........................75c
5 lb. can.....................$3.00
Sidney’s Drug Shop
A Double Guarantee
On Your Tires
Not ONE guarantee—but
TWO guarantees is what you
get when you buy new Dunlop
Tires here.
In addition to the manufac
turer’s guarantee against de
fective materials and work
manship, we also give you
FREE VULCANIZING
SERVICE
for One Y’ear from date of
purchase.
You save when you buy tires
here.
Allowance of $1 to $4 for
your old smooth tires on new
Dunlops.
Bluffton Tire Shop
Elmer Burkholder, Prop.
Opposite Town Hall
Wallpaper
Sale
Ml
During this outstanding
sale we offer hundreds and
hundreds of rolls of 1
Paper at prices that
nieaQ. .substantial» savi
for you!
Values up to 15c
Now ....................
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Values up to 35c
Now ....................
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Values up to 40c
Now ....................
12
Values up to 50c 1C^
Now .............................IDC
Prices are for single rolls.
EXTRA SPECIAL—A
patterns as low as 3c per
roll when purchased with
border* ............
Let us recommend
reliable paperhanger
you.
Ruff's 5c to
$1.00 Store
Mrs. Clyde Warren, and Mrs. O. E.
Dudgeon.
The subject of the Sunday wor
ship service will be “Why Men Play
the Coward’’. Come and worship
with us.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
H. T. Unruh, Pastor
Thursday, 7:15 p. m. Choir meets.
SUNDAY:
9:00 a. m. Church school.
10:00 a. m. Church worship.
Theme, “Four Essentials of Life.”
6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E.
7:30 p. m. Baccalaureate service
at the High school.
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED
CHURCHES
Emil Burrichter, Pastor
Sunday, May 19th is designated as
Youth Day in our church. We are
planning a Confirmation Reunion
service in both churches with Roll
Call of all Confirmants in the last
ten years.
Emmanuel's:
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Public worship at 10:45 a. n
Choir Friday evening at 8:15
St. John’s:
Public worship at 9:15 a. m.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Junior and Senior C. E. at
P'
ioir Thursd
The W,
m.
at 7:30 p. m.
S. meets Thursday
home of Mrs. Q. E.
M.
Mrs.
ening at the
with
Assistant ho:
Biirkholder
Mrs. Harold Kempf
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Minister
J. A. Weed,
Choir rehearsal.
Choir rehearsal.
3:45 p. m. Junior
7:30 p. m. Senior
7:00 a. m. Epworth League break
fast and dveotional service.
9:00 to 11:00 a. m. Unified service:
Worship, Lesson study, sermon. Rev.
L. L. Roush, of Columbus, will be
the guest preacher.
11:15 a.
rehearsal.
7:30 p.
calaureate
m. Young People’s Choir
m. High school Bac
service at Gymnasium.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
(Above Postoffice)
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
subject: “Mortals and Immortals.’’
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
nesday evening.
The reading room at the church is
open every Wednesday from 2:00
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 of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
Fire Alarm Thursday
But No Fire Is Found
Ropp hall,
the Bluffton
about 10:30
A fire alarm from
women’s dormitory, set
college campus agog
o’clock last Thursday night, butaltho
there was a lot of smoke there was
no fire except in the furnace.
Cause of the alarm was attributed
to action of the janitor in burning
a quantity of rags in the furnace.
Billowing clouds of smoke resulted,
and someone, thinking the dormitory
was on fire, sounded the alarm.
Bluffton firemen made a hurried
run to the structure, but found upon
arrival that there was no cause for
anxiety. The fire truck had left be
fore many of the usual cars filled
with spectators arrived on the scene.
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 to 250, $5.50 250
275, $5.40 roughs, $4,25
$8.25.
to
stags,
Calves, $10.25 top lambs, $9.
i Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, 90c
corn, 56c bats, 38c soys, 85c.
News Want-Ads Bring Results*
STOCK SALES
Wanted-Fresh & close-up spong
er cows, Holstein, Guernsey, Brown
Swiss and Shorthorn. O. C. Burk
holder, Col. Grove. Phone 43-R-5. 4
Service bulls delivered any time.
C. N. Long & Son, phone Ada Red
1360. tf
For sale—Exceptional Shorthorn
cow, due to be fresh also calves and
200 White Leghorn pullets seven
weeks old. A. F. Albro, Route 103
at edge of Bluffton.
For sale—Fresh Jersey cow with
calf by side. Orlando Lugibill, 4
miles west of Bluffton.
For sale—Shorthorn bull 15 months
old. Adam Luginbuhl, mile west
of Richland grange.
For
sale—Shorthorn bull 18 mo.
E. H. Niswander, Bluffton
old.
phone.
For
wt. about 1600. Eugene Staley, 4%
miles southeast of Blutffon. Phone
533-Y.
sale—Sorrel mare 6 yrs. old,
For sale—Good purebred Holstein
male calf from high producing dam.
Priced reasonable. E. P. Steiner.
For sale—10 Duroc shoats, avg.
100 lbs. E. J. Marquart, 1 mile
west of Beaverdam on Lincoln.
For sale—2 sows with 16 pigs by
side, second litter also soy beans
for seed. Wilmer Badertscher, 3*2
miles southwest of town.
Mosquito Treatment
To Start This Week
Mosquitoes were noticed in Bluff
ton for the first time during the
last week, and the municipality is
taking immediate steps in an effort
to control spread of the pests.
All catch basins will be treated
this week with oil, to prevent the
breeding of mosquitoes, and isolated
bodies of stagnant water in
and elsewhere about the town
be sprayed with insecticide.
A municipal garbage and rubbish
collection system inaugurated this
spring also is expected to help in
curbing mosquitoes.
Mt. Cory
and Mrs. V. M. Wooley of
spent last Friday with Mr.
V. T. Wooley and family.
Mr.
Lima
and Mrss.
The
Methodist church held their class
meeting at the church on Friday
evening. Mr. Floyd Moyer had
charge of devotionals. Mrs. L. D.
Crawford read several poems on
Mother’s Day. Rev. Obee gave a
talk, “Tribute to Mothers”.
“Mother’s Day” was observed by
the Methodist and Evangelical
churches with fitting programs.
Home Builders” class of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones and
family of Orville, Ohio, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones.
Afternoon visitors were
Mrs. Ed Henderson and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Jones, of Columbus
Grove Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dukes
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Jones and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Jones and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Merril Keel and
family of Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Light
Keel,
Floyd
Mrs.
and Avery Keel were Sunday dinner
guests of Mrs. Anna K^el.
Bowersox of Bellevue
noon caller.
and family and Miss Grace
of Findlay Mr. and Mrs.
Hartman and family, Mr. and
Russel Sutton and daughter
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHK
creeks
are to
urged
Wilbur A. Howe
of the town to check their
in order to make sure no
places are present, and he
Mayor
residents
premises
breeding
stressed the fact that cooperation on
the part of everyone will go far in
controlling Bluffton’s mosquito prob
lems this summer.
Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Gibeaut and
family and Mrs. Hattie Zerbe of
Sandusky were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Longbrake.
Mrs. Zerbe and William Gibeaut re
mained for a few days’ visit.
Mrs. Julia Moyer of Lansing,
Mich., was a Sunday dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs.
family.
M. D. Moyer and
Bowersox of Clyde,
Wilma Bartholomew
Miss Bonita
Ohio, and Miss
of Findlay, spent the week end with
Miss Ruth Bowersox.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brenner
and Mrs. Evans of Jackson, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woodward
and daughter, of North Baltimore
Doris Jean White, of Bluffton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shaffer and
family of near Findlay, were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brenner.
Ed
was an after-
S. Garlinger
Salsbury and
Mr. and Mrs. F.
visited Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. Groves in Ottawa last Sunday.
Richard Bowersox of Asbury
College, Wilmore, Kentucky spent
the week end with his parents.
A baby boy came to brighten the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Vetta on May 7. He has been
named John William. The maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Nonnamaker.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jackson and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kline
and
Mrs.
and Betty and Wendell Garlinger
were
and Mrs. J. W. Garlinger. ........
family of Findlay Mr. and
C. C. Taylor of Bellefontaine
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles White and family
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Whisler and daugh
ter Mary Louise.
Mrs. James Hutchinson anjl daugh
ter Jane Ann and Mrs. Nettie
Sheldon are visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ludwig in
Pontiac, Mich.
Mr. J. A. Naylor has been on the
sick list. Mrs. Naylor fell and in
jured her knee. Both are improving.
Mrs. Louise Rutledge of Findlay
called on Mrs. Mary
afternoon.
Rader Sunday
Steininger and
Mr. and Mrs. M. S.
daughter Bernadine were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr.
E. Steininger and
Rossford.
and Mrs.
daughter
C.
in
Renninger
end guests
of
of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Cleveland were week
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Renninger. Sunday dinner guests
uere Mr. and Mrs. Roy Renninger,
of Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. E. J. H.
Renninger, of Lima Mr. and Mrs.
V. T. Wooley and family and Ray
mond Seibold of Mt. Cory.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Nonnamaker
and daughter Joyce were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Kramer. Afternoon visitors were:
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nonnamaker
and children Max and Marie of
Hassan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kramer spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Feller in Findlay.
Id To Get Diplomas
At Beaverdam High
Diplomas will be presented to 16
graduating seniors of Beaverdam
High school at commencement exer
cises in the school auditorium
Friday evening.
this
held
Ar-
Baccalaureate services were
last Sunday, with Rev. C. M.
mentrout, of Bluffton delivering the
sermon.
Doris Nelson is valedictorian of
the graduating class, and Kenneth
Marshall is salutatorian.
Other graduates are: Virgil All
gire, Harold Andrews, Richard Ar
nold, Ruth Barnum, Mae Beemer,
Vera Burkholder, Maurice Burkhold
er, Erold Diller, Dorothy Fett, Dale
Herr, Wayne Herron, Frances Mil-
EIGHT O’CLOCK
COFFEE
3
Kg 39c
JANE PARKER ANGEL
FOOD CAKE
«»17c
PLAIN OR SUGARED
DONUTS
IOC
DOZ.
A&P SOFT TWIST
BREAD
3
25c
LOAVES
RINSO or
OXYDOL
2 IS 37c
FRESH BAKED
FIC BARS
2
19c
pkg.
WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED
MILK
6 Si 3 Sc
FRESH CHEDDAR
CHEESE
*17c
100% Pur* Vegetable Shortening
dexo
3
39c
can
Approved by Rood Housekeeping
KITCHEN
KLENZER
3 =ans 17c
"HY-GRADE" HOCKLESS SMOKED
PICNICS
HADDOCK FILLETS
BACON SQUARES
SLAB BACON
BOLOGNA
ler, Robert Michael and Lois Wolfe.
Members of the Beaverdam board
of education are W. W. Amstutz,
president E. L. Michael, vice presi
dent Delmar Beery, clerk, and Wal
ter M. Hochstettler, Francis C. Mar
shall and Lewis R. Van Meter.
Bath Granges To
Visit At Richland
Bath Grangers will visit Richland
grange next Tuesday night to confer
first and second degrees on new
members. Following the ritualistic
work refreshments will be served.
U. S. Truck Ratio
There is one truck for every seven
families in the United States.
rAP^
.CLERKS'
PEANUT BUTTER
MUSTARD..........................
OYSTER SHELLS.................
BUTTER Wlldmere
SODA CRACKERS............
BOKAR COFFEE ..............
APPLESAUCE
ring or large e e
SLICED BACON
POLLOCK
FILLETS
.. ............. ii i aiKHn^nifahMiaMMn
Senior Play Next
Monday* Tuesday
Costumed presentations of Moliere’a
great play, “The Imaginary Invalid”,
will be made next Monday and
Tuesday nights in the Bluffton High
gymnasium, as the annual dramatic
offering of the senior class. Both
production will start at 8 p. m.
The play was written in 1673 by
Moliere, one of France’s greatest
dramatists, and it ridicules the self
appointed physicians of that day who
had no real fitness for the work they
professed to do.
Story of “The Imaginary Invalid”
deals with the misadventures of
Argan, an elderly man afflicted with
imagined ailments, and his young
wife, who is attempting to bring
SALAD DRESSING
SUPER SUDS
Sultana.
Sunnyfield ...............
FLOUR .Iona
PASTRY FLOUR
CONCENTRATED
2-ib jar 21c
BROOMS Clean Sweep............each 25c
PEACHES lona ............ 3 tall cons 25c
FRESH PLUMS Pa£k*r 8 No. 214 can 10c
LARD
4-16 pkg. 29c
CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE each 25c
APPLE BUTTER.............. 22-ox. jar 10c
MARSHMALLOWS
CAKE FLOUR
2414-16 bog 69c
bog 67c
quart 10c
100 lbs. 79c
30c
13c
20c
Sunnyfield
2-IB box
... IB
SCRATCH FEED 100 lbs. $1.83
LAYING MASH .. 100 lbs. $2.18
STARTER MASH ^th 100 lbs. $2.44
FINE CHICK FEED 100 lbs. $2.13
WALDORF TISSUE.............. 4 rolls 17c
SOAP CHIPS Whlte Ea*,e. 5-16 pkg. 27c
BAKER'S CANDY BARS jumbo sixe 10c
FRUIT COCKTAIL
CORNED BEEF
ARMOUR'S Splced H«“ 12-ox. con 25c
ARMOUR'S Corned Beef2—| 6-ox. cons 2$C
WALL PAPER CLEANER KuU)1 3 cons 2(k
NAVY BEANS.......................... 4 lbs. 17c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .. 2 giant cane 29c
PILLSBURY'S Paon«u 20-°m
PALMOLIVE SOAP............4 cakes 23e
CHERRIES**^
OLD DUTCH CLEAI
BAKING POWDER
SHREDDED WHEA'
BEANS .Su,tana Red
BEANS .Iona wltb Pokk 3—23-ox. cans 20c
DILL PICKLES
15c
19c
10c
17c
25c
19c
9 lb.
2
CHOCOLATE DROPS
RICE Fancy Blue Rose
TOMATOES ABLES 4
ROMAN CLEANSER 2-17c
..BAUPON
.. 2 No. 2 cons 15c
ttted2 No- 2 2.U
4SER ... 3 cans 23c
Jabber
2-1B Cdh 2Jc
...... 2 pkgs. 19
FRESH CUBAN LARGE SIZE
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1340
about the disinheritance of Argan’s
two daughters.
In the east are: Argan, Carl
Marshall Toinette, Jeanne Baum
gartner Angelique, Doris Jean
White Monsieur Fleurant, Herbert
Glassen Monsieur Bonnefoi, Gareth
Todd Beline, Mary Alice Geiger
Thomas Diaforius, Fred Fritchie
Monsieur Diaforius, Paul Greding
Beraldine, Louise Dunifon Louison,
Genevieve Fett Monsieur Purgon,
Elbert Kohli, and Cleante, Ralph
Short.
Highest Paid Women
The most highly paid women in
home economics at present are
those in the textile field, according
to reports from the Institute of
Women’s Professional Relations at
Connecticut College for Women.
25c
PAGE QT-
2 37c
PRESERVES Ann
BEANS Ann Page
SPARKLE Gelatin
jrAKMC Degpert8 ..........
MELLO WHEAT..............
CRABAPPLE JELLY
AJAX SOAP
Pa*« .. 2-16 jar 27c
........... 16-ox. can 5c
3 pkgs.
10c
15c
15c
10c
Ige. pkg.
... 2 for
3 for
£Xdry or
ORANGE JUICE
No. 300 can 5c
10c
LB. BAG
1 E
2%-LB.
SUNNYFIELD pKG
RICE OR WHEAT PUFFS gy pkg. 5c
JELLY
Ann Page
SALAD DRESSING Iona
FINE SALT...................
CHEESE Mel-o-Blt.............
8-ox. glass 10c
1............qt. 25c
... 100 lbs. 89c
.. 2-16 box 45c
..............16 10c
................ 16 5c
NO.2 E
cans
Ruby Bee
A»a»rs
OLEOMARGARINE 3 25c
iSOAP:
JLarC
MATCHES A&p .................6 boxes 21c
DOG FOOD Da"y ....................tall can 5c
TEA Grange ... pkg. 29c
DOLE'S PINEAPPLE GEMS ... can 11c
PINEAPPLE JUICE A&p 46-oz. can 27c
GRAPE JAM
2-16 jar 19c
KETCHUP 3—14-oz. hots. 25c
La Del
1OC
CAN
2cans'
39c
DEL MONTE CORN....... No. lean 10c
CAMPBELL'S BEANS 3-1-16 cans 23c
PIAS Jon8 ................... 3 No. 2 cans 28c
CORN ^Dpu^olden..........r No. 2 can 10c
LIGHTHOUSE CLEANStR .. 3 cans 10c
FELS NAPTHA SOAP.. .. 3 bare 14c
P6G SOAP or K,rk’8 3 bars 11c
CRISCO or SPRY.............. 3-16 con 51c
HfclNZ KtTCHUP .... 14-ox. bot. 19c
CORN FLAKES Banned 2 Ige. pkgs. 19c
PANCAKE FLOUR 8unnyfield 5-16 bog
RAISINS ^dless........... 4-16 pkg.
CH IPSO Flakea or GrBoulea lge, pfcg, 2]r
BEECHNUT COFFEE ................ 16 26c
WHITEHOUSE 38-OZ. *1
BRAND JAR IVV
PINEAPPLES 2 29c
ORANGES 35c
APPLES
Washington State Wiu-eapa lbs.
CUCUMBERS 213c
TOMATOES
vine ripened ib.
ICEBERG LETTUCE ,. 2 5C
NEW CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE
POTATOES10 29c
17c
27c
25c
25c

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