A. C. Schultz, Pastor
2:00 p. m. Women’s Missionary
Society meeting. Mrs. S. F. Panna
becker will speak.
8:00 p. m. Teachers’ meeting and
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon topic: “The Serpent in the
7:15 p. m. C. E. programs.
8:15 p. m. The Women’s chorus
■will render a special music program.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the senices of the church.
A. F. Albro,
Emil Burrichter, I
y school at 9:3
worship at 10:1
with Mrs. Min
Does anyone want to
sell their baby’s smile?
you will gradually
to part with that
as the baby grows
This Sunday in
Sidney’s Drug Shop
The Pittsburgh Sun-Proof 2-coat
House Paint System equals the
performance of 3 coats of old type
paint while saving you the extra
-material and application costs of a
.third coat. Extra durable, stands
up under extremes of weather, lasts
for years. Comes in
white and 24 beautiful
evening at 8:00 o’clock.
Public worship at 9:15 a. m.
dedication of the
church, with Rev.
of First Church
Sunday school at
Sunday school at
Rev. P. H. Graeser
Lima, will speak.
Consistory meeting Thursday even
ing at 8:30.
Choir practice Thursday at 7:30.
All Choir members please come.
Ladies Aid meets at the parson
age Thursday afternoon.
Ice cream social on the church
lawn this evening.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
G. D. Bright, Pastor
no sacrifice in beco
an. He takes up i
than he gives up.”
Charles M. Armentrout, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Sunday school.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:50 a. m. Morning worship.
A cordial invitation is extended
the public to come and worship with
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
The reading room at the church is
open every Wednesday from 2:00
p. m. The public is invited
services and to visit the
society is a branch of thi
Church, the First Church o:
Scientist, Boston, Mass.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Thursday, 8:00 p. m.—September
meeting of Woman’s Society of
Sunday, 9:00 to 10:30 a. m.
Unified Morning service: Opening
worship, Lesson study (presented to
entire adult department in auditor
ium), and sermon.
E. G. Stei
Free Paint Styling Suggestions—
Made Individually For Your Home
Grace of Our Lord Jesus
Boy Scout News
lesday with the Ada
A large council fire
enjoyed by the
Kenton troop also was a guest of the
Ada group. Eighty-five scouts and
campfire girls were present.
Explorer Scouts of Troop 56 enter
lady friends with a
and refreshments last
Scoutmaster and Mrs.
and Assistant Scout
Paul Wingate also
meeting was in
master and Mrs.
charge of Bill
neth Oberly was
Amstutz with Bill
as assistant. Ken
the keeper of the
fire and Raymond Schumacher told
Merit badge: s—Raymond
Schumacher, Bill Amstutz.
More Space in Rear
Every automobile manufacturer,
with one exception, now makes his
motorcars with more space between
the rear wheels than the front
wheels to provide for extra room in
the back seat.
A carefully protected tribe of apes
inhabits the Rock of Gibraltar. They
are practically tame and have a
chief that is known as "Major”
about the British garrisons.
Dredging Of Creek
Costs Town $757
st Bluffton the sum of $757 to
an out Big and Little
recently completed by
has. E. Kohl company of Lima,
did the work with a power
Cleaning out the creek channels
was undertaken by the town admin
along the banks.
in order to have a better
water through the creeks
in eliminating the mosquito
by draining stagnant pools
New Officers Named
By Orange 4- HClub
New officers of the Orange town
ship 4-H Livestock and Crop club
were named last Friday at a meet
ing in the Orange Center community
Those heading the organization
for the coming year will include:
David Anderson, president Richard
Stuber, vice-president Byron Bout
well, secretary Aonald Criblez,
treasurer Earl Montgomery, report
and John Pore, recreation.
Earl Andrews and daughter Ruth
Leipsic were Thursday evening
Ilers of Mrs. Ella Andrews.
Mrs. Emmett Downey and son Rus
1 and Miss Ella Jean Doxvney spent
Emil Jene Gratz returned home this
week after spending the summer with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neuenschwander
Mr. and Mrs. Roebrt Young and
family of Indianapolis spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. George Schlos-
Mr. and Mrs. Harryl Davis, daught
ers Joan and Janet of Cleveland vis
ited over the week end with Mrs. Cyn
thia Elliott and Mrs. Netta Davis.
John Bollinger of Arcanum, Mrs.
Catherine Ross and son John spent
the past week visiting relatives in
Miss Hazel Hesser of Pittsburgh,
Mrs. Alice Troxel and daughter of
Arcadia were Wednesday afternoon
callers of Mr. and Mrs. W R. Dally.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ellenberger, Jr.,
were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Tooley and daughter at
and Mrs. Isaac Amstutz
attended the State fair at
umbus the pas
Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Rowe and
daughter Mary Lou of Columbus were
Monday overnight guests of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bird of Mon
roeville, Ind. and Miss Edith Browi
of Lima were Wednesday evening din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonart
Green and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Arnold am
son Frederick, Miss Grace Freet am
Charles Freet spent Tuesday at Por
Clinton and Lakeside.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bridges accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Scott Heiser
Adrian, Mich., where Mr. Heiser ha
charge of a super A. & P. Market.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rowland am
Irene Rowland and Marion Pugh at
tended the Auglaize county fair or
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Younkman am
family of Clyde spent
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
the week en
Ft. Bragg, N
Dr. W. C. Lacock of
Bowers, Mr. a
Mr. and Mrs.
spent last Si
Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mrs. Lawrence Yant.
McKinley, of Cairo
day at Canton.
Royal Downey of
Georgia, spent the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Down
Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Leeson, daught
er Edith and son William of Bethanj
and Miss Adda Youkam were Wed
nesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs
John Clark and daughter Ellen.
Joe Lombard and Stanley Barbei
are nrolled at the International Bus
iness college at Ft. Wayne.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Goble of Ken
tucky were week end visitors of the
latter’s mother, Mrs. Jim Etta Edge
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clausing an
spending their vacation in the Nev
A farewell dinner was held Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bo-
gart for their son-in-law and daught-
er. Mr. and Mrs* G.
Monte, Calif. Thos?
P. Schnegg of El
Mrs. Milo Guisinger of Bloomdale
Mr. and Mrs. Guisinger, daughter Al
berta of Fostoria, Mr. and Mrs. Bo
gart and the honored guests Mr. and
Mrs. Cora Weaver of Cine
visited the past week with Mrs
FTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OH
Former StudenI Heads
State Timber Survey
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dodge, son How- Service bulls delivered any ti
ard Mr. and Mrs. William Ray and also male hogs. (’. N, Long &
family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lee and phone Ada Red
family, all of Toled o Mr. and Mrs. For sale—Eight feeders. A. F.
Wm. Kolb, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Bo- Albro, 3 miles nur: i on Dixie.
gart of Lima Mr. and Mrs. Lester For sale—Jersey cow xvith bull
Codner and daughter Gwendolyn, Mrs. also Guernsey mw first calves and
Eva Watkins of Mt. Cory Mrs. Lulu both bred. Samue! Kohler, Bluffton
Watkins of Liberty Center Mr. and phone.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Motter, daughter
Carolyn of Bluffton Miss Eileen Am
stutz, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Anderson
of Bluffton were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and daught- 1 8 pigs 8 week
1 '4 miles south
Woodlands in Richland slid Monroe
townships are being hecked this e
month in the six-mont hs-old Allen
county timber survey ponsored by
state and national fon try services.
Associate State Forest er Oliver E.
Diller, of Wooster, is iireeling the
state-wide timber survey He will be
remembered here as i natix’e of
Pandora and a graduat
Object of the campaign is to de
termine the amount of woodland in
the United States. In he half year
the program has been underway in
Allen county, six toxx nships have
been covered. These iciude Sugar
Creek, American, Shaw:
Marion and Spencer.
Work in the county s being con
ducted by George E. -lolloway as
sisted by 18 WPA empl ayes. Equip
ment for the survey is provided by
the Central State Exp nnent Sta
tion, U. S. Forest Ser
Ohio Division of Forest
rice and the
In the w’estern half the county
the largest woodland xv is a 117-acre
tract on the Stallkam
Landeck in Marion tox
Monroe toxvnship claims the larg
est tree. This was a sycamore meas
uring 58 inches in diameter four
and one-half feet fron the ground.
It is located on the f. •m of
Anna and Ida Morris,
Soldner Wins Id) ay
Great Lake s raise
A four-day Great La •o s steamship
cruise has been won b.r G. T. Sold
ner, of this place, as a recognition
for high sales ranking in the invest
ment syndicate xvhich le represents.
Mr. and Mrs. Soldnei left Wednes
day for Chicago to enibark for the
trip starting Thursday One of the
events of the cruise w ill be a stop
at Mackinac Island
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stauffer and
daughter of Akron s. Dale Mote
of Elida Mrs. Jamiis Hawk of
guests of Mr. Fred St
Sunday The King's Daughters
Class of the Christiai Church en
tertained their familie
s at Schoon-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCague and
family and Mr. W. 3. Hawk are
spending the xveek
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wallace and
and Mrs. R. E. Watt.
11 Mr. and Mrs. arence Long and
familx- are spendii
the xveek-end in
Mr. and Mrs. K ■nneth Snyder of
1 Ann Arbor, Michig in xvere xveek end
guests of relative
and friends of
Several from th s community at
tended the State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 yd Grady and
children were wee end guests of
friends at Niles, A [ichigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Fr ancis Th rock mor
1 ton hax-e mox-ed to Jewell where he
has accepted a sition. Mr. and
1 Mrs. Mike Plate h.ive
1 Throckmorton hoi.
moved in the
Mr. Edward Obe dier of Ft. Bel
voir, Virginia xvn- a guest of his
brother, Mr. W
Mr. and Mrs. Le Motor of Law
renceville, Illinois xvere Wednesday
guests of Mr. am
Francine and Eugene Klingler
have returned to their home in
Niles, Michigan '■r spending the
summer with then grandparents.
Friday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Box xvere Mr. and
Mrs. Blake Guthi and children,
Mr. and Mrs. ke Guthrie and
daughter, Mr. and
er of Lima.
Mrs. Eddie Roed-
e Hogs—160 to 18 i. $11.30 180 to
220, $11.40 220 to 240, $11.20
roughs, $9.00 stav s, $7.75.
e Calves, $12.75 ambs, $10.50.
v Grain (bu. prici i—W’heat, $1.00
oats, 31c corn, 75? soys, $1.35.
horse, cheap. C.
es north of Bea-
C. Myers, 2% mi
old. .E. Da
west on Dixie
of 7 purebred
For sale—Spotted sow with pigs by
side. E. P. Steiner.
and Mrs. George
y were Tuesday aft
Mr. and Mrs. Al Heuer and daught
of Toledo spent the week end
Irs. Amannda Cantner.
Mrs. Lester Scoby of Benton Ridge
pent Thursday with friends in Raw-
Miss Betty Landes who is working
Dayton spent the week end with
parents, Rev. and Mrs. Landes,
r. and Mrs. Paul Lauck spent Sun
ly in the Landes home.
Miss Mary Ann Cantner returned
me Friday evening after a
Mrs. Herbert Graham and family
returned to their home at Rushslyvan
ia after spending several weeks in
the D. .Williamson horn.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wilson and
ly attended the Wilson reunion
ay at the Ada park.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Otto spent
Sunday afternoon and evening with
Jr. nd Mrs. Burdette
,ynn of near Rawson.
Otto and son
i who has been
i Ridge, returned
of Keen N. H.,
uest of Mrs. M. L.
is former friends
visited him at the home of Mrs. Crist.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Badertscher and
son Lee of Bluffton and Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Logan were recent dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rainey and
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Hughes and
children Joan and Robert of Belle
fontaine spent Wednesday with
and Mrs. Wright Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conrad
family were recent callers on Mr.
Mrs. Charles Lambert of Forest.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Klingler
family of near Ada spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ami Nonnamaker and
Ralph Edinger of Columbus spent
the holiday week end at the Scott
Mrs. Ruth Steinman of Blufftoi
spent the week end in the home o:
her mother, Mrs. Anna Koontz.
The piano pupils of Helen Fishe
enjoyed a picnic and ricital practice
on the Bethel church lawn, Saturday.
The recital was held this Tuesday
Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker and family,
Mrs. Lindon Basinger and family
were Lima shoppers, Friday.
The children are gathering up their
books and pencils preparatory for
the next school term. Mt. Cory be
gins September 8th, due to the Han
cock county fair being held this week.
Bluffton schools began this Tuesday.
Mrs. Purl Hartman is still ill at her
N. B. Steinman, formerly of this
place, but now with the Chicago
Bridge and Iron Company of Pitts
burgh is in federal defense work sta-
FOOD STORES I
2 fbs. 49a
2 lbs. 45o
For sale—7 n
For sale—Your choice
Spotted Poland China gilts due to far
row in October. Hiram M. Kohli.
Mr. and 3
The ice cream social at the
school house Tuesday evening
N. R. Elzay continues
home of his daughter,
reeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Heuer and daughter of Toledo.
Miss Martha Wisley of Findlay is
spending a few days with Miss May
Mrs. Mary Krouse and daughter,
Mrs. Bernice Bennington and Mrs.
Frances Saltsman of Findlay and
Mabel Rose of Sapulpa, Okla., were
recent callers of Mrs. Clara Guin and
Mrs. Mi Hi
Joan, Jimmy and June Gallant re
turned to their home in Marion, Fri
day after spending two weeks in the
of their grandparents, Mr. and
J. R. Fisher.
:Cornwell-Coulter reunion was
the lawn at the ML J. Strat-
ton home, Sundax
twelve partook o
ner at the noon
union will be at the Mrs.
home in Bluffton, Sunday
bor Day next year.
CAKE FLOUR, Sunnyfield 2%-lb. pkg. 14c
KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES Ige. pkg. 9c
PEAS, Iona or P.L, ... 2 No. 2 cons 17c
BLEACH, White Sail...................2 qts. 17c
SALAD DRESSING, Iona................ qt. 29c
CHEESE, Wisconsin Mild Cheddar lb. 26c
MASON JARS............................doz. qts. 69c
SOAP CHIPS, White Sail .... 2 pkgs. 25c
NAVY BEANS.........................4 lbs. 23c
OLEOMARGARINE, Sure Good ... lb. 13c
BAKING POWDER, Clab. Girl 2-lb. can 23c
ROLLED OATS, S.F...............Ige. pkg. 15c
SPARKLE GELATIN...............6 pkgs. 23c
CALUMET BAKING POWDER lb. can 19c
OXYDOL or RINSO..............Ige. pkg. 21c
PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana 2-lb. jar 27c
WILDMERE BUTTER..........................lb. 38c
ANN PAGE BEANS......... 4 1 -lb. cons 25c
SUPER SUDS............................ Ige. pkg. 21c
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ... 2 46-oz. cans 35c
BEET SUGAR..................... 100-lbs. $6.05
Waldorf 4° 17c
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
and family helped Mrs
maker celebrate her birthday,
We thank all for
James Dray, Jr. is able to be out
and around after his recent operation.
The Sandusky conference of the
United Brethren church will convene
at their church in Columbus Grove
next week. Thomas Koontz expects
ill at the
Mrs. A. £.
Gladys Klingler spent
Day week end at Niagara Falls.
Mrs. Anna Koontz spent Friday and
Saturday at the home of her daught
er, Mrs. N. B. Steinman of Bluffton.
Jimmy Scott has been on the sick
Mrs. John Nonnamaker spent Fri
day in Bluffton in the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Howard Stauffer.
daughter are visiting
sons in South Bend,
One htjpdred and
the bounteous din
our. The next re
will be at
Union prayer meeting
the Olive Branch church, Thursday
evening at 8 o’clock. Alberta Mar
Mr. and rs. Hiram Elzay of nearl
Ada visited N. R. Elzay, Saturday,
in the A. S. Pifer home.
Misses Mabel and Merilyn Battles
spent the holiday with friends and
relatives in Michigan.
Joan Battles spent the last week in
the Dull Battles home in Mt. Cory.
The L. A. S. of the Olive Branch
church met at the Mrs. John Battle^,
home Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Violet Williams, Mrs.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Williams and daughter Janet
Wednesday evening with Mr.
Mrs. John Caris and Arlene.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorby called
in the B. J. Boutwell home Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stager at
tended the Indianapolis, Ind., State
Fair last Saturday and attended the’
Cadle Tabernacle services on Sun
Misses Vera Arras
Heldman called on
Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
son Byron Leo spent
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Will Bout
well of Ada.
Mrs. Abbie Boutwell of Lima is
spending a couple of weeks with Mr.‘
and Mrs. Fred Boutwell.
Mrs. T. W. Smith and daughters
Ann and Jane of Arlington spent
several days last week with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heldnta/r.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred and
family of Chicago, Ill., visited in the
Chris Hilty home over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lugibill
and family, of Leipsic, and Wanda
Catherine and Ladonna Sutter of
Col. Grove were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Burry
Evan Davidson and Charles Lem
ley are spending the week in
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Burkholder
of near Dayton visited relatives over
Miss Henrietta Schneck, a member
of a Moody Bible Institute trio is
spending her vacation with her par
ents this week. This trio has en
gagements until December.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hatfield of
Toledo visited their parents, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Niswander
and son of Auburn, Ind., visited in
the Tony Frantz home several days.
4 r. and
in the Dr.
Ind., a few
Mr. L. S.
visited relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson and
sons moved from the Delos Keel
farm to the former Mary Burkhart
property recently purchased by Wm.
Miss Verena Augsburger daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth Augsburger is
entering the Lima business school
Supt. and Mrs. Charles Grothouse
and son moved from the Walter
Schutz home to an apartment in the
Dr. Bixel home.
Harold Boaz, who is a student at
Ohio State university is spending his
vacation with his mother, Mrs. Su
san Boaz and sister, Ruth.
Mr. and Mrs. Iner Basinger spent
the week-end with her parents in
Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Paul Burket who works in Colum
bus spent the week-end here with
Dog Weighed 214 Pounds
A St. Bernard dog exhibited in
England in 1886 weighed 214 pounds.
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dexo 3 54c
BAR CAKE, Southern Spice .... each 18c
SCRATCH FEED, Daily Egg 100 lbs. $2.04
DAILY DOG FOOD............4 tall
PINEAPPLE, Sultana 2 No. 2!4
CAMPBELL'S BEANS 4 16-oz.
PINK SALMON................2 tall
FLOUR, Sunny field Pastry 24-lb. bag 69c
CLEANSER, White Sail........... 6 cans 19c
FLOUR, Iona ......... 24’/2-lb. bag 71c
TOMATOES, Iona ...............3 No. 2 cans 25c
HONEY, Cloverdale..............2-lb. jar 29c
LAYING MASH, Daily Egg 100 lbs. $2.59
VELTMAN COOKIES............. 2 pkgs. 21c
PEACHES, Packer's Label 2 No. 2’/2 31c
CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield 3 Ige. pkgs. 23c
YUKON BEVERAGES .... 2 qt. bots. 15c
MATCHES^ A&P Kitchen 6 Ige. boxes 23c
FINE SALT..............................100 lbs. 89c
PET or CARNATION MILK 3 tall cons 26c
CATSUP, Packer's Label 3 14-oz. bots. 2cc
MUSTARD, Packer's Label........... qt. 11c
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