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FIRST MENNO MT E CHURCH H. T. Unruh, Pastor THURSDAY: 7:15 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Friday, 6:00 p. m. Men’s Brother hood meeting on the lawn of the Paul Diller Funeral home. Bring table service. Rev. Forrest Musser of Pandora Grace church, will speak. SUNDAY: 9:00 a. m. Church school. 10.00 a. m. Church services. 6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E. 7:30 p. m. Evening services. MISSIONARY CHURCH A. F. Albro, Pastor SUNDAY: 9:30 Sunday school. 10:30 Morning worship. 7:00 p. m. Children’s meeting. 7:00 p. m. Young People’s society. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service. WEDNESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting. FRIDAY: 8:00 p. m. Bible school program. EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCHES Emil Burrichter, Pastor Emmanuel’s: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Public worship at 10:30 St. John’s: DEFENSELESS MENNON1TE E. G. Steiner, Pastor 9:30 Sunday school, Levi Melling er, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship service. 7:30 Christian Workers service, followed by preaching service. 8:00 p. m. Thursday Bible study and prayer. Robert Oyer, leader. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday sendees at 10:30 a. m., subject: “Is the Universe, Including Man, Evolved oy Atomic Force?” 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 I V L. EVERYj. PIECE This Sunday in Ae hurcbesa Day Remember Thursday is Ohio at the Civilian Service Camp at Bluffton, Ind. (Former CCC Camp.) Come and help get the grounds ready for the first of next week. Take your lunch, hammer, wrecking bar, etc. Ladies invited as well as men. Please report to your pastor if you plan to go. m. a. a. a. Public worship at 9:15 Sunday school at 10:15 The W. M. S. meets Noah Diller on Thursday this week. be assistant hostess. m. m. Mrs. with evening of Mrs. Sam Stepleton will FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. A. Weed, Minister Wednesday—8:00 p. m. Guest Day will be observed by the with a Silver Tea at Miss Florence Phillips Ohio, guest speaker. W. S. C. S. the Church, of Medina, meet home Thursday—8:00 p. m. June i ing of Builders’ Class at the of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Isham. SUNDAY: 9:00 a. m. Church school. 10:00 a. m. Children’s Day vice, with program by boys girls of the Church School, baptism of children ajkd reception qf Sew members. ser and Also The annual District Epworth Lea gue Convention will be held at Laru^ Sunday afternoon and evening. Cara will leave the church promptly at 1:00 p. m. Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. EBENEZER MEN NONITE CHURCH A. C. Schultz, Pastor Thursday— 8 p. m. Teachers’ meeting and pray er service. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. Ser mon topic: “The Virtue of Christ.'’ 7:30 p. m. C. E. programs. The public is cordially invited to attend the services of the church. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Charles M. Armentrout, Pastor Rockport— 9:30 a. m. Morning worship. 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Bluffton— 9:30 1050 6:00 a. m. Sunday school. pastor Columbus Grove will speak at the morning services on the subject of “The General Assembly of the Pres byterian Church, U. S. A.” A cordial invitation is extended all to come and worship with us these services. to at East Orange Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jolly Lima Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baum-1 gartner and daughter Janice, of I Oakwood Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook,I of Bluffton, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Agin I and son Evan. Mrs. Fred Boutwell returned to her home Saturday night after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Inbody and children of Romeo, Mich. Rev. and Mrs. Coy Stager of Ada called on Mr. and Mrs. Will Stager one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and son Byron Leo spent Sunday evening in the Stager home. Rev. C. M. Harsh and mother of Van Wert Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stager, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warren and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Warren of New Stark. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and son Byron Leo spent Sunday after noon w-ith Mr. and Mrs. Will Bout well and Josephine of Ada. entertained the Tried and True Games will be featured on the evening program, with “Sketo” shoot ing the principal attraction. Officers of the club have promised those at tending “all the fish they can eat”. Tickets may be obtained from any officer or director of the club. THE YEAR’S WEST BUY 22 K. COLO OCCORATfrO DINNERWARE-, SET t'lM l-W ■Az ,. k-i 'rx W WARRANTED The Lape Co •I Funeral For Relative I 0/ I a. m. Morning W’orship. p. m. Tuxis. The I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams en-l large and appreciative audience. tertained company Sunday from! Gordon and Marvin Hilty spent! Detroit, Mich. I Mr. and Mrs. John Caris, Mr. I Mrs. Philip Hilty. The brothers are! and Mrs. O. W. Nonnamaker and I employed in Cleveland and besides I family attended the Criblez reunion I are singing in various churches ini at Findlay, Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Montgomery I bers of quartets and other groups. I class of the Riley Creek Baptist I family were in Delta last Sunday. church Friday evening of last week. I I Fish Fry To Be Held Next Monday Night Resident of the district are invited to a fish fry at 8:30 p. m. next Mon day in Gaiffe’s Grove, being held un der auspices of the Bluffton Com munity Sportsmen’s club. (terms) FIRST^QUALITY- Mrs. Fred Zehrbach] Funeral services for Dwight W. James Bixel Gets I Cincinnati Consenatory of Music. I I at the consem atory. Rev. Chester W. Armentrout,I exercises honorary degrees! niation last week that a handsome of the Presbyterian Church of|of Doctor of Music were conferred! girl baby graces the home of their upon Deems Taylor and Karl Weck-| daughter, Mrs. Irma Neher, at er- I Blaine, Wash. Settlement Mr. and Mrs. John Baumgartner of I Arkansas are in this vicinity visiting relatives and friends. The reunion of the Welty family was held last Sunday at the home of of! Mr. and Mrs. Peter Welty in Pandora. Mrs. Thompson and two sons of Perrysburg are spending several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steiner and family. _iu jurs. jdu with her father, Clinton Sommer on of Hartville. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO I Hummon, 43, of Findlay and a rela-| tive of Mrs. Fred Zehrbach of Main I The announcement of th£ sudden street, were held at the Coldren Fun-1 death of James Anderson, one of the eral home in Findlay Tuesday aftt.-~ I well known And highly respected noon. pioneer residents of this vicinity, Mr. Hummon was killed in a truck I Friday i accident in Toledo Thursday morn-1 munity because of the suddenness ing. His mother Mrs. Nellie Schif-lof his ferly Hummon, formerly of this I held at the Bluffton Presbyterian place, was killed in an auto accident church Monday morning. 18 years ago. His father, Everett I jqjss Mettie Kohli, who holds a Hummon was killed in a truck acci-1 position in the pension office at dent eight years ago. Attending the funeral sendees from this place were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zehrbach of Main street. I Surviving are his wife Lynettel with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Manchester two sons, Keith, 20, al Anjrew Kohli. student at Findlay college and Allan D., both at home. oieinur «nu xainiij. *7 Dwight Hummon of Findlay died Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas. in a Toledo hospital several days af-l Dr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Steiner o ter he had been in a wreck in that I Salem, Ore., are the guests o city. He had been driving truck fori Andrew Hauenstein and family. 1 r. a good many years. Both his father I Steiner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. and mother had met death as a result! Gideon Steiner and has not been in of being involved in automobile ac-| Bluffton cidents some years agoo. ents for I Sunday with their parents, Mr. and! that city as soloists and also as mem-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schey and I I The local Women’s Christian Tern-1 perance Union held their regular I meeting at the home of Miss Irma Steiner on Tuesday evening. I I Edna Marie Sommer who has lived I with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards fori some years is returning to Florida morning of the coming marriage of Miss Elnora Burry to Mr. Harold R. Raye of Fostoria. leases. I I Friday where she expects to stay! permanently. I Mrs. Abraham Sommer has recently been seriously ill. I I Earl Lehman is getting along nice-1 ly at the Bluffton hospital and is ex-1 pecting to be brought home the latter part of this week. I I Francis Lehman who has driven al truck on an egg route for Noah Bixel I for several years has discontined fori the present. I Ed Nesbit of Belmore has purchas-| ed a great amount of wool iin this I section of the state for Vaughn Bros. I I Announcement was made from the pulpit of Grace church on Sunday The U. S. Department of Agricul ture has stopped distributing butter to the needy in this country in order that Great Britain might be supplied with dairy products. I I I I I Homer Zimmerly is seeking pros-1 pects amont the local farmers for oil I I Mrs. Myron Reichenbach, an em-| ployed at the Meter Works in Bluff-1 ton is numbered among the sick. I STOCK SALES Wanted—Unlimited amount of fat cattle connected with Eastern order buyer. Call N. P. Steiner, Bluffton phone 582-R. Service bulls also male hogs, phone Ada Red tf delivered any time C. N. Long & Son, 1360. tf For sale—103 shoats averaging 95 pounds. Geo. Clapper, 3 miles south and mile east of intersec tion of Routes 103 and 69. For sale—Purebred Holstein male calf. Reasonably priced. E. P. Steiner. News Our Grandfathers Read morning, startled our com- passing. The funeral was Columbus is spending a vacation Thomas Mohler left Tuesday visit his son Earl and family Kansas City, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Rudy are joicing over the arrival of a son at their home on Cherry street Tuesday afternoon. Degree At Cincinnati] Mrs and,??s'‘ f“n ____ I James W. Bixel, son of Mr. and mer's Parfnt3 a"d Mr.S-± Mrs. Samuel Bixel, of South Main Lugiluhl leave for their home at street, last week received the degree I Bowerstown today. of Master of Music at the 74th an-1 Monroe Burkholder of Nampa, nual commencement exercises of the! Idaho arrived here Monday. who spent two weeks with the for- I Bixel was a student in composition! Mrs. Allen Goble of South Main I Grandpa and Grandma, Mr. and street received the gratifying infor- Tuesday evening the W. H. M. S. of the M. E. church went to the home of Phoebe Steiner, who is soon to leave for a home in the west and gave her a complete surprise. Mrs. Steiner was presented with a set of silver tea spoon, P. S. Steiner of Dallas, Texas, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hauenstein. From lssue ()f October 17, 1907 to at re- D. Henry D. Zerhbach and Weaver left Tuesday on weeks’ since he the west recently of the Heavy rains have retarded farm He was work for a good many days. On last| tendent Monday afternoon a hail storm did Oregon, considerable damage to the tender I Miss Clara Steiner and Lawrence vegetation. Com fields of earlvl Arnold of San Francisco will be planting, gardens and soy beans suf-1 married Thursday at the home of fered most seriously. the bride’s mother. Mrs. Phoebe Howard and Kenneth Basinger are| Steiner of Jackson street. The cere employed at the Cooper Rubber Cor-1 mony will be performed by Rev. E. poration in Findlay. I H. a two prospecting tour through left with his par over 20 years ago. appointed superin state hospital in D. Smith of the M. E. Church. Harold Steiner is assisting with! Miss Leah, the only daughter of farm work on the Lantz Wynkoop! Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Trippiehorn, farm. I St. John church was attended by all and Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry The Children’s day program at the! Grismore, took the early interurban (AlP) ESTABUSHfO 1859 FOOD STORES N.B.C. SHREDDED WHEAT 2 pkgs- 21c SPRY or CRISCO 3 & 5Oc SUNNYFIELD CORN FLAKES 3 22c SULTANA FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 JSs 21c YUKON CLUB BEVERAGES 2 15c qts MARVEL "ENRICHED" BREAD “America'* Be»t Bread Buy" For Health-—For Flavor 3LGE. 1 '/2-LB. E LOAVES BACON SQUARES 817c SMOKED PICNICS 19c ib. car for Findlay Wednesday morn ing and were united in the bonds of matrimony in that city. GERMAN SETTLEMENT Amos Reichenbach who rented the Chris Welty farm moved the fore part of the week. Jacob Schaeublin and John Welty purchased the Abraham Lugibill farm consisting of 137*6 acres at $90 per acre, amounting to $12,375. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Welty and Miss Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bracy were united in marriage at the bride’s home last Thursday Otto Lichti officiated mony. Eli Col. noon. Rev. at the cere- E. G. Sutter, The public sale of Thursday, brought in the snug of last sum Col. and Ind.' $3,500. Auctioneers were Lora of near Beaverdam Jesse Michaud of Berne, E. H. Neuenschivander Accepts Michigan Job E. H. Neuenschwander, proprietor of the Neu-Art studio here, has ac cepted an executive position in the general office of the Severance Tool Manufacturing Co., of near Saginaw, Michigan, starting Monday, it was learned here this week. Mr. Neuenschwander will be in the sales and advertising departments of the concern. His two sons, Edgar and Allan, are already at the Michigan plant doing production work in the factory. Neuenschwander has been proprietor of the studio here since 1934 when he secured the business of the late Will Triplett, pioneer Bluffton pho tographer. The family will move to Saginaw in several weeks. Plans for disposi tion of the studio are now in ress, Neuenschwander stated. prog- MAYOR’S NOTICE The recent rainy season has caus ed an unusual growth of weeds. Farmers and residents of the com munity are requested to keep all obnoxious weeds on their properties properly mowed. W. A. Howe, Mayor BLUFFTON MARKETS ^Wednesday Morning Hogs—160 to 180, $9.50 180 240, $9.70 240 to 260, $9.60 roughs, $8.25 stags, $7.00. to Lambs, $10.00 Veal calves, $9.75. Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, No. 1 96c wheat, No. 2, 95c corn, 73Msc oats, 40ci soys, $1.24. SULTANA BRAND BROKEN SLICED SURE GOOD OLEO X3C Announcement was made this week of the candidacy of Hon. N. W. Cunningham for United States congress subject to the decision of the Democratic Primary- election on August 11, 1914. His strong work with pen and voice and his success in business have made him well known in the area to run as Allen county’s representative. John Amstutz, one of the best known residents of this community and of the county, passed to his final reward at his late home, one mile west of Bluffton, last Friday afternoon at four o’clock. For the greater part of his life Mr. Amstutz held public office. The funeral was held at the Reformed church Sun day. Helen Barnes the regular last Sunday. Miss er at service was presented by Bracy. was the speak college Vesper A vocal solo Miss Hannah The patrons, scholars and teacher, Clyde Dorsey will have a last school day celebration at the Ewing school in Orange township Friday. A literary will be held at the Hill ville school Friday. John Van Kanel recently arrived here from Switzerland and is mak ing his home with his cousin, John Bettschen at Beaverdam. He will work for Isaac Stauffer, the carpen ter. The Christian Endeavorers had a very enjoyable social and business meeting at the Sidney Hauenstein home Monday night. A chautauqua will be held in Bluffton this summer. The signers will meet at the mayor’s office Mon day night to effect the organization. The high school junior class will give their play “The Merchant of Venice Up to Date” Friday night. Frank De Weese, manager of the Bluffton Metal Works, who suffered a lapse of memory, is home again and is doing business. For nearly a week all was blank to the young man and he cannot account for his wandering away, unless it result of injuries received in away accident recently. is the a run- of the College One of the busy sections village is in and near the View addition. Men are busy grad ing the grounds for the new ladies’ dormitory, digging the foundations for the Byers, Smith and Schumach er new homes, and for addition to the C. P. Danner residence. GERMAN SETTLEMENT Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Welty and Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Welty visited Tuesday with their mother, Mrs. Fred Welty. Reuben Basinger and. -£«xnily will WHITE NAPTHA P&G SOAP 6 20' PINEAPPLE 2 33c APPLE BUTTER......................................................7!4-lb. jar 40c FINE SALT....................................................................100 lbs. 89c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR................................24^2-lb. bag 99c BLEACH, White Sail........................................................2 qts. 17c SCRATCH FEED, Daily Egg............................100 lbs. $1.96 LAYING MASH, Daily Egg............................100 lbs. $2.33 RICE, Fancy Blue Rose..................................................Ib. 5c TISSUE PAPER, Waldorf.......................................4 rolls 17c SOAP CHIPS, Balloon or White Eagle.........giant box 28c BUTTER, Wildmere.................................................... Ib. 38c FRESH PRUNES, Sultana SWEET PICKLES, Holiday ARMOUR'S CORNED ARMOUR'S BEEF TREET 23c 31c CALUMET BAKING POWDER ......................... lb. can 19c BEANS, Ann Page, All Varieties..............4 1 -Ib. cans 25c SALAD DRESSING, Iona..............................................qt. 24c POST TOASTIES or Kellogg's Corn Flakes Ige. pkg. 9c TOMATOES, Iona.......................................3 No. 2 cans DAILY DOG FOOD.......................................4 tall cans MASON JARS CAMPBELL'S BEANS....................... 4 lb. cans IONA FLOUR........................................... 24’/i-lb. bag 66c WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED MILK .... 4 tall cans 30c PET or CARNATION MILK......................... 4 tall cans 31c MARGARINE SLAB BACON 25c RING or LARGE BOLOGNA 19c 2 No. 2’A cons 25c 24-oz. jar 21c 23c 19c doz. pts. 59c doz. qts. 69c 29c BEST QUALITY BANANAS 4 us 29c CALIFORNIA VALENCIA ORANGES 2 doz- 33c THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1941 NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF APRIL 23, 1914 move to Lima this week where Mr. Basinger will work in the locomotive shop. The entertainments at the Bucher school were well attended. On Wed nesday the B. H. S. sophomores ren dered an interesting program, while on Friday the school gave the en tertainment assisted by the debaters, Levi Gratz, Rene Studler, D. J. Basinger and N. D. Messinger. A birthday surprise party given to Carl Roethlisberger Sunday. SUPER SUDS—OXYDOL RINSO 1pakrgge 19c SULTANA PEANUT BUTTER 2 jar 22c WHITE SAIL CLEANSER 6 cans was last GARBAGE PAYMENTS Quarterly payments for the bage and rubbish collections are due and may be paid at the mayor’s office at the nesday, June 12:00 A. M. gar now following time: Wed 18 and 25, 9:00 to 7:00 to 9:00 P. M. W. A. Howe, Mayor Chick Diarrhea FREE SAMPLE At Oar Store-.FOB YOU Every local poultry raiser ia invited to call at our store for a free earn pie of AvicoL A. Hauenstein & Son The Corner Drug Store Just Arrived A complete line of Summer Glassware Headquarters for picnic supplies of all kinds. Ruffs 5c to $1 Store Bluffton, Ohio 17c EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 LB. BAG 43C SUNNYFIELD Pastry Flour 24’/2-LB. BAG OOC Pure Vegetable Shortening e o Approved by Good Houaekeeplnff 3 & 43c U. S. NO. 1 NEW POTATOES 10 LBS 29c VINE-RIPENED CANTALOUPE 2 for 25c.