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PAGE FOUR
RADIO LENTEN SERVICES
Bluffton radio listeners are invited
to
tune in on Lenter services daily,
Monday to Friday, over Station
WWJ Detroit. Various speakers are
being heard on the programs which
will continue until Easter.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
W. L. Harmony. Pastor
Lenten Service Wednesday at
p. m. Sermon Theme, “The Problem
of Power.”
Thursday, 3:45 p. m.—Junior Choir
rehearsal.
7:30 p. m. Special Lenten service.
Theme: “A Jewish Outcast is
Transformed.”
Sunday’,
10:00
with
school
Many new features
this year make this
the biggest enter
tainment value of
the year.
This Sunday in
9:00 a. m.—Church school,
a. m.—Morning worship,
special music by High
A Capella Choir. Sermon
hurches
7:30
Sunday school, Sunday at 9:00 a. m.
Evening worship at 7:30 p.
Sermon Theme, “The Mission
Cross Bearing and Triumph.”
m.
of
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.—Special
Lenten service. Theme: A Skep
tic Becomes an Apostle.”
E-VITAMIN B,
topic—“Measuring Life by Your
Own Yard Stick.”
11:15 a. m.—Young People’s
Choir rehearsal.
6:00 p. m.—Epworth League De
votional service.
Comradeship Week will be observed
by the Epworth League next week,
March 31st to April 4th, with special
services each evening, at 6:45 o’clock
for all young people of High school
age.
DEFENSELESS MENNONITE
E. G. Steiner, Pastor
9:30 Sunday school, Supt. Levi
Mellinger.
10:30 Morning message. No Sun
day evening service. Our Young
People will give a program at the
Mennonite Church of Grabill, Ind.
7:30 Thursday evening Bible study
and prayer service. Levi Mellinger,
leader.
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED
CHURCHES
Emil Burrichter, Pastor
Emmanuel’s:
White bread—since the beginning of history
called “The Staff of Life” is now made even more
nourishing.
In Siefield’s Bread you can now get all the benefit
of the vitamin B-l of whole wheat in a delicious loaf
of white bread.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m.
Mid-week Lenten service Wednes­
Try a loaf today—at your grocer’s or our bakery
SIEFIELD’S BAKERY
Bakers of Bread with the Vitamin Content
......
Lions Sixth Annual
GiganticMusicalRevue
Outstanding Amateur
Talent from Bluffton and
Surrounding Towns.
$36 Cash given as prizes
Features like these explain why yearly
hundred people pack the huge auditorium to capacity
THREE DIVISIONS: Adult Novelty Adult Musical Juvenile
Acrobatics, tap dancing, instrumental numbers, imitations, ac
cordion numbers, comedy sketches, blues singers, vocal and in
strumental ensembles and other unusual entries still coming in
A committee from the Lions Club is combing the area for the
best talent which is constantly being sifted to provide an even
ing of outstanding entertainment
Under Direction of Dr. Gordon Bixel
You owe it to yourself and family to see this amazing array
of talent.
Come—Relax—Laugh—Forget Your Troubles—Enjoy an Even
ing of Good Fun.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1
8 P. M., Bluffton High School Gym-Auditorium
Admission: 25c Adults 15c H. S. and Grades
All proceeds go to the Lions Community Betterment Fund
day at 8:00 p. m.
Choir practice after services on
Wednesday.
Father-Son banquet Hhis Thursday
at 6:30 p. m. at St. John’s church.
Judge Neal L. Lora will be the
speaker.
The W.M.S. will meet Wednesday
afternoon, April 2, with Mrs. Alma
Griffith.
St. John’s:
Public worship at 9:15 a.
Grade school choir will sing.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
RAWSON UNITED BRETHREN
CHARGE
Paul B. Zimmerman. Pastor
OLIVE BRANCH
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Morning Worship service 9:30.
Wright Klingler, Superintendent.
PLEASANT VIEW
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Alva Rickley, Superintendent
Revival
Service
Everyone
meetings now going on.
10:45 and 7:30 evening,
is invited.
RAWSON
Sunday
Jacob
school 9:30 a. m.
Romick, Superintendent
is invited to attend.
Everyone
CHURCHES
PRESBYTERIAN
Charles
Rockport:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Bluffton:
M. Armentrout, Pastor
Thursday 8:00 p. m. the Member
Minders will meet at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Armin Hauenstein.
SUNDAY:
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:50 a. m. Morning worship.
6:00 p. m. Tuxis.
school 9:30 a. m.
10:30 a. m. Dr. Theo.
Sunday
Sermon
Epp will bring the message.
Services in the evening at 8 p.
Dr. Theo. H. Epp speaker.
The choir will be in the
Mennonite church at 7 p. m.
MONDAY:
Teachers’ training class. Rev. A.
C. Schultz teacher.
Thursday, April 3rd the Women’s
Some of your fav
orite performers of
previous years will
entertain you with
new numbers.
over twelve
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
m.
Junior C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
No choir practice this week.
Father-Son banquet this Thursday
at 6:30 p. m. at this church.
“St. Claudia” will be presented in
our church April 3. Further an
nouncements elsewhere in this paper.
of
The subject of the morning ser
mon is “The Humbled Heart”. The
public is cordially invited to attend
the services of the church.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
P. A. Kliewer, Pastor
Thursday: Young People’s Rally,
with Dr. Theo. H. Epp as speaker,
Mr. and Mrs. Iner Basinger, musi
cians, begins this evening and con
tinues thru Sunday night, 8 p. m.
SUNDAY:
Glen and Fac
spent Sunday afternoon at
Klingler home near Ada.
II.
“5
annual union mission meeting in our
church, with Mrs. P. Boehr as
speaker at 2 p. m.
FIRST MENNOMTE CHURCH
H. T. Unruh. Pastor
Thursday 7:00 p. m. Choir re
hearsal.
SUNDAY:
9:00 a. m. Church school.
10:00 a. m. Church service—in a
quiet way we will observe the 35th
anniversary of the dedication of our
church.
6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E.
7:00 p. m. The combined choirs of
First Mennonite and Ebenezer will
sing the Easter Cantata, “The Story
of the Cross”.
our appreciation for what our choir
is doing. The pul
e let us show
is invited.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Lee B. Remaley, Pastor
Sunday school 9:
Communion 10:15.
Morning worship
Revival services
charge of the past
until April 6, with
of Dixonville, Pa.,
music and singing,
are held each evei
urdays at 7:45 p. n
10:30.
which are
or will continue
Carl B. Pearson
In charge of the
in
The meetings
ling except Sat-
lv invited.
The public is cor
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services a
subject: “Reality.”
10:30 a. m.,
at 7:30 Wed-
Testimonial meetinj
nesday evening.
The reading room z
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.
the church is
This society is a branch of the
Mother Church, the First Church of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
Elrose
Mrs. J. R. Fisher spent
the C. F. Fisher home in
Mr. and
Sunday at
Findlay.
The girls’ sextet from Olive
Branch sang at the Church of Christ
in Bluffton Sunday evening.
Miss Merilyn Battles spent Sun
day at Dayton in the Garth Heck
man home.
Nonnamaker
the C. V.
er, son
lied at
Mrs. Jane Bendf
Eagle township cal
Nonnamaker home,
and Mrs. Howard
Hassen were Sunda
Mr. and Mrs. I)'.
Mr. and Mrs. Wadle
Sunday guests at 1
ham home at Rushs
First
Mrs. Ruth
Anna Koontz, Mr.
Marshall attended
Church of Christ in
evening.
Ezra of
the Ami
Monday. Mr.
Nonnamaker of
D. Williamson,
Tvlarshall
the Herbert
ylvania.
werf
Gra
Mrs.
Steinman and
and Mrs. Wade
services at the
Bluffton Sunday
J. Stratton, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. M.
and Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker, Roder
ick and Kaye, Mr. Thomas Bell,
Harold Bell, J. D. Clymer, Flo Strat
ton, Dorotha Edinger, Mrs. Anna
Koontz spent Sunday at the Ivan
Montgomery home.
Union prayer services at Bethesda
Thursday evening.
Spring is on the land and walkers
are in evidence on the highways.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koontz, sons
Richard, Russell and Raymond and
Mrs. Lucinda Koontz spent Sunday
at the Clifford Marquart home north
of Jenera.
N. R. Elzay is spending a few
days with his sister, Mrs. Mary
Garlinger in Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marshall
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Stauffer spent Sunday evening at
the Lendon Basinger and Emaline
Nonnamaker home.
Lester Piper of Key West, Fla.,
is spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Foltz. Mr. Piper
is in the U. S. Navy and has been
transferred to Brooklyn, N. Y.
Profit in
Honesty
Albert Sherman, a junior in the
school of petroleum engineering at
the University of Oklahoma, runs a
popcorn stand on the campus. He
leaves the stand open when he goes
to class. While he’s away the stu
dents help themselves and pay. As
much as $1 accumulates when he’s
absent an hour or two.
STOCK SALES
Service bulls
Also male hogs.
phone Ada Red
time.
delivered any
C. N. Long & Son,
1360. tf
Wanted—Unlimited amount of fat
cattle connected with Eastern order
buyer. Call N. P. Steiner, Bluffton
phone 582-R. tf
Wanted—Young calf have for sale
a flat bottom with side boards. Cheap.
Amos Klingler. Bluffton phone.
For sale—10 Hereford heifers. In
quire 442 Cherry St.
For sale—Fresh cow, calf by side.
Clyde Warren. Bluffton phone.
For sale—Fresh Jersey-Shorthorn
cow 4 years old. Robert Amstutz.
2x/a miles north of Hilty school.
For sale—17 shoats avg. 100 tbs.
Carl Kimmel 1 mile south of Orange
Center and mile east.
For sale—5 good Shropshire ewes
bred to lamb in April.
Gratz, 314 miles west of Bluffton on
Dixie.
Henry
Dr. Theodore Epp, Mennonite
radio commentator, will be the
speaker at a four-night young
people’s rally at the Ebenezer
Mennonite church. opening
Thursday and continuing thru
Sunday.
Beery-Moser Wedding
Solemnized At Lima
The marriage of Miss Pearl Beery,
of Lima, daughter of Joshua Beery,
of this place, and George Moser,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Moser of
Bluffton, was quietly solemnized last
Wednesday morning in the Lima
Congregational Christian church.
The service was read at 9:30
o’clock by the Rev. Neal Dow New
lin, pastor, and the couple was at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Moser, of Bluffton, the former a
brother of the bridegroom.
The bride was attired in a navy
blue street-length frock, with match
ing accessories, and her flowers were
a corsage of gardenias. The matron
of honor wore a print frock, with
navy accessories, and a corsage of
gardenias.
Immediately following the cere
mony the couple left for a short wed
ding trip, after which they will
make their home in Lima.
The bride is a graduate of Colum
bus Grove high school, and is em
ployed in the auditing department at
Sears-Roebuck and Co. Mr. Moser
is an employe of the Atlantic
phone and Telegraph Co.
Notice for
Cemetery Bids
The Board of Trustees of Rich
land Township will receive bids for
the care of the following cemeteries:
Old cemetery in Bluffton.
Old cemetery in Beaverdam.
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Old Mennonite Cemetery.
Gratz cemetery.
Bids will be received for the mow
ing of these cemeteries:
First—Bid on all six cemeteries
with power mower.
Second—Bid on old cemetery in
Beaverdam, Woodlawn and Pleasant
Hill with- use of power power.
Third—Separate bids on Old Ceme
tery in Bluffton, Gratz and Old Men
nonite with hand mowers.
Bids must be in hand of trustees
or clerk by April 5, 1941 at 8 p. m.
The trustees reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
49 N. W. Basinger, Clerk.
RADIO SPEAKER Hoff er-Schaller
Nuptials Saturday
Tele-
FOOD STORES
FAR FAMED SODA
CRACKERS
J,
13c
LB. BOX
WISCONSIN CHEDDAR
CHEESE
18c
ib.
WILDMERE
BUTTER
lb- 35c
EIGHT O'CLOCK
COFFEE
3
41c
LB- BAG
Pure Vegetable Shortening
dexo
3 ci. 39c
Miss Cleora Hoffer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffer, of near
Bluffton, was united in marriage to
Henry Schaller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Schaller of Orange township,
at 7:30 o’clock Saturday evening.
Rev. P. A. Kliewer officiated with
the single ring ceremony. Miss Alma
Schaller, sister of the groom, and
Harold Rossman were the attendants.
They received lovely gifts from the
bride and groom.
The bride was attired in a rose
crepe dress with a shoulder corsage
of red roses and sweet peas. The
groom wore a white carnation bou
tonniere.
The bride graduated from Bluffton
High school in 1936 and is employed
at the Triplett Electrical Instrument
Co. The groom attended Rawson
High school and graduated from Na
tional Diesel Institute and is em
ployed in mechanical trades.
A reception was held after the
ceremony at the home oft the bride’s
parents for the following: Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Schaller, Alnta Schaller,
Harold Rossman, Mr. and jMrs. Jacob
Schaller, Opal Edinger, Frederick
Hoffer and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoffer
and daughter Rachel and son Junior.
Very nice and useful gifts were
received from those present.
They will make their home at
103 Vine street in Bluffton.
Former College
Students Married
... ,r
Announcement has bepn made of
the marriage ^Ii$s ^Esther M.
Amstutz, daughtb^*ol*‘Mr.'and Mrs.
Joel Amstutz of Columbus Grove,
and Raymond Penza, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Penza, of Girard.
The nuptial rites were performed
at Dalton, at the home of Rev.
Arthur S. Rosenberger, the officiat
ing minister. The single ring cere
mony was used. Rev. Rosenberger
was president of Bluffton college at
the time the couple w’ere students at
that institution.
The bridal attire was a dress of
copin blue gabardine with lace trim,
and navy blue coat with biege ac
cessories.
Mrs. Penza is a graduate of Co
lumbus Grove high school and gradu
ated from Bluffton college in the
class of 1937. She taught in Men
don and Bryan high schools.
Mr. Penza is a graduate of Girard
High school. He attended Bluffton
college and graduated from Kent
University, Kenton, Ohio, in August,
1940. He is a stenographer for the
Hunkin-Conkey Construction com
pany at a Ravena plant.
The couple is at home to their
friends at 335 Belmont, N. W., War
ren, Ohio.
Orange Township
Residents On Jury
Names of three Orange township
residents were drawn for the April
term of the Common Pleas court of
Hancock county by the jury commis
sion at the court house Monday. The
April term will open Monday April 7.
Opal Edinger and James Fisher,
both of Route 1, were called for
Grand Jury service and Cecil Thomp
son, also of Route 1, was called for
service on the Petit Jury.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941
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Open Wednesday Evening
Starting April 2.
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rubbing on just
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NYALGESIC. This fine liquid
analgesic never blisters or stains,
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TWO SIZES
50c-$1.00
A. Hauenstein & Son
The Corner Drug Store
ft
3
^£t)cURGE
CALUMET BAKING POWDER..........................lb. can 19c
SUPER SUDS, OXYDOL, RINSO......................Ige. pkg. 18c
CHUM SALMON.............. .................................2 cans 29c
MACKEREL, Sultana........................................... 2 cans 21c
FLOUR, Sunnyfield Pastry.................... 24Vi-lb. bag 59c
LARD, Sunnyfield............................................4-lb. pkg. 32c
OATS, Sunnyfield............................................... Ige. pkg. 15c
OLEOMARGARINE, Sure Good............................4 lbs. 35c
MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, Encore......... 3-lb. box 21c
TOMATOES, Iona...................................3 No. 2 cans 23c
FRUIT COCKTAIL, Sultana.....................2 tall cans 23c
PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR.....................24’/2-lb. bag 89c
SPRY or CRISCO.............................................. 3-lb. con 51c
WHITEHOUSE MILK................................ 6 tall cons 40c
PINK SALMON............................... toll con 16c
TUNA FISH, Sultana......... ..................................2 cans 29c
HOT CROSS BUNS, A Lenten Masterpiece .... pkg. 12c
SALAD DRESSING, Iona....................................... at. 21c
BAKING POWDER, Clobber Girl................2-lb. can 21c
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR..............................24’/2-lb. bag 91c
TISSUE PAPER, Waldorf.....................................4 rolls 17c
SOAP CHIPS, Balloon.......................................5-lb box 24c
PEACHES, A&P...................... 2 No. 2’/2 cans 25c
BEANS, Ann Page, All Varieties............2 1 -lb. cans 11c
RICE, Fancy Blue Rose...................................................Ib. 5c
SOAP, Ajax Toilet or Laundry............................3 cokes 10c
CORN, Packers Label..............................4 No. 2 cons 29c
CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield.....................2 Ige. pkgs. 19c
BAKER MAID SODA CRACKERS.......................Ib. box 15c
PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana............................2-lb. jar 21c
TOMATOES, Sultana..............................2 No. 2 cans 15c
LAKESIDE FIG BARS..............................................2 lbs. 19c
TEA, Our Own............................................ Vi-lb. pkg. 21c
PEAS, Iona..............................................3 No. 2 cans 25c
FLOUR, Iona..............................................24V2-lb. bag 61c
SCRATCH FEED, Daily Egg..........................100 lbs. $1.81
LAYING MASH, Daily Egg..........................100 lbs. $2.16

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