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THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1942
Wedding Sunday
Miss Rosamund Pugh, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pugh of Beaver
dam and Ralph Marshall, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert B. Marshall were
united in marriage Sunday at noon
in the Beaverdam Methodist church,
single ring ceremony was
read by Rev. I. C. Paul in the pres
ence of a large group of relatives
and friends. Miss Marion Pugh, sis
ter of the bride and Mr. Herbert
Marshall, Jr., brother of the groom
were the attendants. Ushers were
Richard Arnold, cousin of the bride,
and Kenneth Marshall, brother of
the groom.
was attractive in a sea
crepe frock with wine
and corsage of white
The bride
foam greeh
roses and carrying a white Bible.
Miss Marion Pugh wore a rose beige
wool dresS with brown accessories
and a corsage of roses.
Preceding the ceremony a pro
gram of nuptial music was given by
Miss Blanche Naus of Lima, vocalist
and Miss Mary Lois Sautter of
Sandusky at the piano. The couple
left immediately following the cere
mony for a short wedding trip.
The bride is a graduate of Beav
erdam rfigh school and Ft. Wayne
Business college and has been em
ployed in the City Loan in Lima.
Mr. Marshall is a graduate of
Beaverdam High school and is at
present a student at Ohio State uni
versity and a member of Delta
Theta Sigma fraternity. They plan
to make their future home in Co
Toledo Pastor At
Presbyterian CTturc/i
Dn Charles Clark McKinney of
Toledo will occupy the pulpit at the
Bluffton and Rockport Presbyterian
churches, Sunday morning.
For ten years he was pastor of
’the Rosewood Avenue Presbyterian I
church in Toledo. Before that he
served pastorates at Chillicothe and
Greenville and also Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, and Baltimore.
S we stand on the threshold of 1942,
we extend to everyone in Bluffton and com
munity our sincere wish that a full measure
of Health, Happiness and Prosperity may
be theirs during the coming year.
Furniture Store
Don’t forget to look at your yellow
label, if it reads Jan. 1942, your sub
scription is now due for next year.
ITH compliments of the season to
our many friends and patrons, we wish
one and all
Barnes Grocery
Open Wednesday Night—Closed all day on Thursday
that we wish we might extend per
sonally ... a Happy and Prosperous New
Year to each and every one bf'our friends
and patrons.
Steiner & Huser I
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the Blu.hon News Publishing and
Printing Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Subscription rates: $2.0U per year|son were dinner guests on Christmas
in U. S. payable in advance. day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
"TT? Z 11 C. Stratton arfd son Robert.
Entered second class matter atF
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
were Sunday dymer guests at the|
Pure home made candy for Christ-| home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty. I
mas. Mrs. Sam Bixel, South Main| Mr. and ^4rs- Kenneth. Gallant|
street. 361 of Columbus are visiting at the|
and Miss Twilla Carnicom are visit-1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West of
ing the family of their brother ini' South Lawn avenue.
Indianapolis, Ind. I Order your broiler chicks now.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Elliott and I Get our prices on poultry equipment,
daughter Rose Mary were Sunday din-1 electric brooders, chick
ner guests at the home of Mrs. Ethel I Steiner’s Hatchery. Oliver Zimmer
Roberts. man, Mgr.
Initiation will be a feature of the I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
meeting of Bluffton Eastern Star| Hillsboro spent the latter part of
chapter, Friday night at 7:30 o’clock. last week visiting
Theresa Slusser, W. M. vicinity.
Mrs. E. C. Ludwig of Poplar I Mr. and Mrs. J.
street left Thursday for Jacksonville, I Saturday night to
Fla., where she will visit her son,I the home of their daughter, Mr. andl
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carnicom. I Mrs. Chas. Bartholomew and daught-
Mr. and Mrs. John Maxon and I er of Lansdale, Pa.
daughter Carol June of Kibler street I Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Coon of
visited with her mother in Chicago I North Robinson visited over the
over the week end. I week end at the home of his par-
Sidney Stettler, Bluffton high ents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coon of
school mathematics instructor will I South Jackson street.
attend sessions of the Ohio Educa-| Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deppler of
tion association meetings being held I Sidney and Kenneth Deppler of Co
in Columbus, Friday and Saturday. I lumbus spent Christmas at the home
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Schwartz and of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli
family of Columbus visited over I Deppler of South Main street.
I Christmas at the home of her par- I*
i, I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bogart of I family of Spring street visited over
1 South Main street. Christmas at the home of Mr.
James Bixel, instructor in public] Mrs. Dale Hilbish and family in
i school music at Newport, Ky., is Columbus.
1 spending the holidays at the home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whittemore
i of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel |and son Jimmie of Birmingham, Mich.,
Bixel of South Main street.
•1 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huttenlocher home of Mrs. Whittemore’s parents.
tj| of Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. M. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Devier and son of
a| D. Hull of Tiffin spent the week-end North Lawn avenue.
la with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schwab of
Mr. and Mrs. I"
Cincinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I street on Monday. Mr.
Bigler of Cleveland visited at the I Newlan made a trip to
home of their parents Mr. and Mrs.| last Saturday.
Otto Bigler of South
over the holidays.
Main street
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Oberly
tained at dinner on Christmas day: I
Mr. and Mrs. Olen Oberly and fam
ply of Jenera Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Wilson and family of Findlay Mr.
and Mrs. Virgil Doty’ and daughter
of Lima Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ba
singer and family of Pandora, Mr.
and Mrs. Reno Oberly and family
of Mt. Cory.
11 SOn ^age McComb Mr. and Mrs.I
m| Karl Aukerman
of Bluffton Pauli
Aukerman of Bowling Green and I
I Miss Helen Merritt of Pandora. I
I Diller ambulance removals: Mrs. I
Russell Peters and infant daughter!
I from the Bluffton hospital to herl
I home in Beaverdam Mrs. Willis]
3| Badertscher from Memorial hospital I
y| in Lima to the Peter Badertscher I
home near Lafayette Mrs. Gerald I
|l Trippiehorn and infant son from the I
Bluffton hospital to her home on|
West Elm street.
IKarl Schultz of Philadelphia, Pa.,
spent Christmas at the home of his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Schultz
I of South Lawn avenue and visited I
w his mother who has been ill at the
11| Bluffton Community hospital. Mr. I
and Mrs. Harold Schultz and daugh-1
ter of South Bend, Ind., also visited I
at the home of his parents from I
Wednesday thru Sunday. I
Mrs. J. W. Gamer and Miss Verna
Todd of Ottawa were guests at use
F. L. Todd home Sunday.
Mrs. James West of Des Moines,
Iowa spent the first of the week
with Mrs. Paul Studler of South
Jackson street.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Stratton and
Mr .and Mrs. Harry Whittemore|
and son Jimmie of Birmingham, Mich.|
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Baldwin andl home of hyr parents, Mr. and Mrs.|
family of Adrian, Mich., spent] A. E. Kohli of College avenue.
Christmas with Mrs. Stella McGeorge| Corp. James West has returned to| ^a^ Staater of Chicago is spend
and family. Ft. Bliss, Texas, after spending a| in& 11,0 holidays with his sister, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Harkness I 10 day furlough at the home of his Zanna S^ater of South Main street.
1 ... Miss Grace Merchant of Columbus
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A.
of North Jackson street.
^1 following: Miss Donna Montgomery, I their daughter Mrs. Herman Al-1 Diller.
II Miss Lora Peters, Miss Fletcher, brecht. and
31 Mrs. Richard Huston, Ralph Hazel
,q| and Mrs. E. N. Joseph.
Springer and|l ton over the Christmas holidays
^11 family of Peoria, Ill., spent Christ-| were ^ale Scolgs .of Chicago Gerald
I mas at the home of Mrs .Springer’s! Scoles of Ft. BenJtmg. Ga., and Mr.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Steple-| and Mrs- Stanley Ream of Gary, Ind.
i| ton of North Laivn avenue. Gareth Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Barbara Hauenstein, student! Todd is spending the week ini
in Vanderbilt university, Nashville,I Cleveland visiting at the home of |l and
Tenn., is spending the holidays with! his sister, Mr. and Mrs. IL H. Hut--| Mrs.
her parents, Prof, and Mrs. Sidney! tenlocher. Marjean Todd, daughter
Hauenstein of Campus drive. ’of
Christmas dinner guests at the! the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs.| with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. W.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cans I D. Hull of Tiffin.
and son were: Mr. and Mrs. A. J.| Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jackson and| end with Mrs.
31 Caris, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hartman| daughter Betty Jean spent Christ-1 Toledo.
.ft| and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I nias at
3| Criblez and family and Misses Mari-| William
’ll lyn Businger and Veldean Moser. I
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Dilley andl man of
o family of Athens visited arver the| with Mr. and Mrs. Lightner,
a I holidays at the home of her par- 1 The following
A ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Steiner of I visitors at the home of Mrs. Joe
South Main street. Miss Josephine| Momma: Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mumma,| daughter Peggy Joyce entertained on
|l Steiner of New Haven, Conn., also| Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mumma, Mr.| Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. John Wat
21 visited at the home of her parents, and Mrs. Budd Mumma, of Toledo kins of this place and Mrs. Dorsey
Mrs. H. R. Jones of Van Wert. Mr.
Schmidt of Findlay and Earl
of Mansfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West and
James of South Lawn avenue
as their guests the past week:
and Mrs. A. R. Hopkins, Mr.
Mrs. Frank
Nusbaum, of
in Bluffton and
W. Eversole left
spend a week at
Let This Be Your ..
No. 1 Resolution
Help Defeat the
Aggressor, by put-'
ting your savings—
regularly—in U. S.
Defense Bonds and
GetYour Share of-
Mrs. Noah Augsburger, Mrs.
Eversole and daughter Hildred
4- 4- ft i
L. Todd and family. North Lawn avenue left last week
fi| Mrs. Paul Studler entertained at for Flint, Mich., where they will Rperd a week s vacation at the home I Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West of South
*1 dinner Party Tuesday night the spend the ^winter at the home of|of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Lawn avenue and their son Corp
Mi. and Mrs. Phillip Dye of Wel-| Biglerville, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs.| Findlay were dinner guests Satur
leston called at the home of Mr. and|\Vm. Wells of Columbus visited over] day evening at the home of Missei
Elmon Bigler of| Mrs. Varner Newlan of Vest
of their
isiting at the home
father, Dow Scohs south of Bluff-1
I home Mr.
Jones of I friends in
Friday with Mrs? Joe' Crouseat Ada.l ^nxan and family of North Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Balmer spent]son £treet’
I Christmas day at the home of their| Harold Woods of Detroit and
Hixon of daughter( Mr and Mrs w A Strat-| Floi’d Woods of Cleveland were
ton Christmas week visitors at the home
Miss Barbara Diller returned tol their mother, Mrs. Bertha Woods
Toledo Monday after spending the| and brother Irvin Voods on Vest
Christmas holiday with her folks apd| College avenue.
relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Whitmer of
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar-| Sylvania and Mr. and Mrs. Dana
ence Jones north of Bluffton, was| Whitmer and son Richard of Me
taken to the Bluffton Community] chanicsbur8 spent Christmas with
hospital on Tuesday morning. and Mrs. Paul Whitmer of
Mrs. Martha Flick has returned Grove street.
from Detroit where she spent Christ-1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heckathorn
mas at the home of her son, Donald and family and Emil Garau of
Flick and family. Indianapolis spent Christmas here
Miss Beulah Geiger, instructor in|visiting at the home of S. V. Hecka
the schools at Ostrander spent the thorn of Grove street.
holiday recess here with her mother,] Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steinman of
Mrs. A. C. Geiger. Jenera were Christmas day guests
1 P\ Stea5nJS and| from B,ufflton hospital to his home inland daughter Miss
Orange township in the Stanley Ba-1 Jefferson street,
singer ambulance. Bobbie Craig of
Eim| the Christmas holidays with their! Loretta and Bess Gressly in Findlay
Mi-, and Mrs.| parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wells! Mr. and Mrs. Wade Finton an
Columbusl Miss Amelia Basinger, R. N., who! family of Cherry street entertains
spent her Christmas vacation with] on Christmas day: Mr. and Mrs
her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ba-| D. L. Ricketts, Mr. and Mrs. Chas
singer and family, returned to Glen! Green and children, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and^Mrs. Todd is visitmg at| South Spring street spent Christmas| Caroi and Barbara Jean, Mr.
Mrs. Harry Morman, Mr. and
whis’?r of Jindla and past week| Elmer Morman and son Larry,
Berne, Ind., spent Friday| home of Mrs. Evans’ parents, Mr. and!
Mrs. Frank McElroy of South Main!
were Christmas street. I
She will leave Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Mumma, Gail Huber and daughter Betty of Lima.
and son Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty spent
during the holidays.
21 l°r Connecticut on Thursday. Mumma, Merlin Mumma
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aukerman] Larry, Mr. and Mrs. John Beagle of| Christmas and Friday visiting at the
entertained at dinner, Sunday: Mr.| Bluffton.
and Mrs. R. H. Bogart of Ehndlay Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
21 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Aukerman and| Carrollton spent the Christmas holi
day season at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Beidler
of South Jackson street.
visited at the home of his mother,
Lyle Cahill of Cleveland spent
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Cahill of Jefferson street.
Henry Arnold has been removed at the home of Mrs. Eli Hartman
5 Mae Steinman of
Mrs. Noah Augsburger and Miss several days with
Virginia Roberts were Christmas day horn at the home
dinner guests in the home of Mr. and| Fred Zehrbach.
I Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Amstutz i
spent their Christmas vacation at the LaWn avenue. family of Pandora and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Diller of Jack-1 Mrs. Henry Balmer and family
son street spent Christmas day with this place were entertained
their son Rev. and Mrs. Robert Diller Christmas dinner at the home
and family of Prospect. their mother, Mrs. Eli Amstutz
Miss Wanda Diller of Cleveland| daughters.
spent a week’s vacation at the home
Cove, Long Island, New ork, last|| Allen Baughman and daughter an
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Basinger will
leave Sunday for Chicago where]
Whisler’s parents in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mr. Clyde Evans and little I of Eartlp Shelby, Miss.
Lightner of South Lawn| daughter of St. Louis, visited over!
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leh-| Christmas and the week end at the!
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beals andl*
Hilty s mother and other I Deppler, Bentley road.
Berne, Ind. I Eor sajg—Firewood for fireplace
Mrs. E. P. Conaway and daughter I cjiunj wood. ajso Irish Cobbler
Sue and son Roney visited at the I tatoeK. Clarence Steiner, Blufft
home of her sister, Mrs. Gail Shine] p]lone 535.7,
They also] and family of Lima on Tuesdax. Eor ga]e—Modern house at 426
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adams oi-| 5ia:n street, to close estate rease
___ __ Youngstowflk, Mrs. H. B. Adams o, aj,je Paul Fa^e, executor.
is an instructor in public] Bluffton and Mr. and Mrs. Paul D?it-| Eor Faje—jo varieties of good wir
music at Carrollton. ler of Gilboa were Christmas supper] ter app}es. a]so good home madj
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.j p]ebutter. Steiner Fruit Farm, eas
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Balmer en
tertained at a family Christmas din-| Sidney Huber. of town.
ner at their home near Bluffton:] Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beals and dau-l For—Bale—Business block on
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stanfield of Mt.| ghter Peggy Joyce and Mrs. Kate| Main st.,' also lot on Spring &
Pleasant, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John| Beals of|his place and Mr. and Mrs.| Edith l. Mann, phone 187-W. 1
Robert Jones and family of Colum-| Fred and Rons D’ck and Junl0r| For sale—Sweet cider, applea ah
bus Mrs. Geo. Balmer of Harrison,| of Linih. Spent Sunday with Mr. and| fresh apple butter. Augsburger Fru
Mich. Miss Harriet Balmer and| Mrs. Marion Beals of Findlay. Farm. Bluffton phone 648-W.
Charles Beardsley of Philadelphia. Miss PHyllis Tripplehorn, music in-| Found—Black and gray wooly do
The home of Mrs. Ella McHenry] structor Mt. Verde school near Or-| Midland, Mich., license. Inquii
of North Main street was the scene] lando, Florida, spent Christmas with] He]eng uat Shoppe.
of a happy gathering of all her her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Trip­I
children and grandchildren at a fam-1 piehorn of South Main street. S
ily dinner on Christmas day. 1_„ ..
ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold] week for a short visit with friends be
and sons Clarence, Charles and| fore returning to Florida.
Richard of Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Herr of
Walter Rusher and daughter Betty South Main street spent the week end mi]es south on Dixie highway,
and Mrs. Blanche Roberts of Colum-|with Mrs. Herr’s grandmother, Mrs. Eor
bus Grove Mr. and Mrs. Everett] J. P. Dutton at Scio. model.
_____ Shelof Elm and Spring streets. Pri
Pres-1 left for New York city last of the reasonable. Inquire 225 S. Lav
Hill Miss Alice Ludwig of Poplar street pfione 580-Y.
wfill entertain Mr. and Mrs. Fred-| Eor
son erick Herr and Miss Lillian Reeh-1 shoes, sizes 71aAA.
had ling at dinner on New Year’s eve in and i black gaberdine and
Mr. honor of the eighth wedding a“"!‘|Wom only one and two seaso
and|versary of Mr. and Mrs. Herr. Pair $9»50. Will sell for $2 pair
Linn Prof, and Mrs, Lewis Steiner 0^|s pairs for $5. Inquire News off
Grove. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Winfield, Kansas, who have been vis Found—-Ladies purse. Owner
Gentis, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gentis| iting during the holidays at the home] haV(? sanie hy calling at Hank
and daughter Susan Rea, Mr. and of Misses Susan and Elizabeth Stein-|fruit store paying for advert
Mrs. A. E. Furthmiller, of Ft.|er northwest of Bluffton, visited] ment
Wayne, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles friends in town the first of the week.I Eor saj€—Qjrn fed beef
I Putnam, of New Haven, Ind. Mrs. Prof. Steiner, who taught in the Bluff quarter. Vernon Burkholder, Coll
Marie West, of Des Moines. Iowa L.on schools some forty-five years agod |,us Grov. Rotffc 2.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Garner, of Toledo, was afterwards for many years an in-1 Eor sale—HeaMng stave in
and Miss Isabelle Stewart, of Find-1 structor in the Lutheran,, college at| con(Httow. Gference Jones
iayt Winfield. 1 Kempf farm north of Bluffton.
and Mrs. M. D. Soash of
Main street will spend New
day with relatives in Colum-
and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and
sons were Christmas guests of J. C.
Amstutz, Mrs. Ruth Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew qf
South Main street will leave, TJiurs
day to spend the winter at Miami,
Florida. ’t ,s. i
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson of
Wright Field, near Dayton, formerly
of Bluffton,, fip^nt the week end
visiting here.
Mrs. S. K. Mosiman of jGrqye
street is spending the holidays in
Tiffin visiting Mrs, Peter Boehr and
Miss Elizabeth Boehr. Ir
Weed I ^r‘ and ^rs Roy Rausch ami
family of Detroit, stopped here.Fri
yy day enroute to Indiana, to visit at
Spent|the home of her sistqr, Mrs. Vilas
Lima is spending
Charles Tripple
of Mr. and
James West of Ft. Bliss, Texas
Mrs. Allen Stauffer of and Miss Isabelle Stewart of neai
Mary Morman, Paul Morman, E
Morman and Pvt. Harold Mor
continue to haul Ohio
on Jenera phone and rev
Elmer Burkholder.
and furs.
Call me
price. N. L. Emick, Cairo.
For sale—Good eating potatoes
For sale—Modern house at corn
For sale—Buffet also antique co
ner cupboard. Mrs. T. J. Bryan, 4
sale—Crosley auto radio,
James Deppler, Blu
sale—3 pairs Rice O’E
2 black st
the Misses Mary and
Miss Georgia Fisher
will attend the National Furni-| nias evening dinner guest at
market during the coming week! home of Mr and MrS- Ed Mo]
visit at the home of Dr. and! and family of Ottawa. Also pn
L. J. Hitz. I at the dinner were Mr. and
... Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Whisler of! joftn Clymer and daughters
was a
Miss Georgia Fisher and Pvt.
arold Morman of Camp Shelby
ere week-end guests of Miss Mary
orman and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
orman and son Larry of Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fisher and
lughter Georgia entertained the
llowing at Christmas dinner: Pvt.
arold J. Morman, of Camp Shelby,
iss. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Beemer,
rs. Joe Fisher and son Robert and
L. Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleon Henry and
mily of Covington spent Christmas
the home of Mrs. Henry’s mother,
rir.' Anna Gromann
ildren Margaret and
an of South Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
rkania, Mrs. Wilbur
and grand
Morris Gro
Morgan of
Lauer, Jr.,
Philadelphia and Mrs. Paul Em
ert of LaGrange, Ind., are spend
the holidays with their parents,
r. and Mrs. W. M. Niswander of
uth Jackson street.
A 'family gathering cafeteria sup
and gift exchange were enjoyed
the home of Mrs. Mary Young
st of Bluffton, Sunday evening,
nests were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
oung and children Jeanette, Mar
met, Robert, Joyce, Lou and
aggy Clarence Young, Mrs. Lurena
aulos and Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
ramer all of Bluffton Mr. and
rs. Lester Young and son Edison,
r. and Mrs. Clair Schoonover and
lildren Eugene, Doris and Janet,
11 of Benton Ridge. Mr. and Mrs.
acob Nusbaum and family were
,’ening callers.
iionary Film At
Methodist Church
“The ReBirth of a Nation”, a
iree-reel sound film, will be shown
ght at 7:30 o’clock under the joint
Methodist church Sunday
of the two Epworth
The film portrays the transforma
ans of China through Christian
lissionary work. The public is in
Dependable Insurance for
Dependable People
1 £111 Bluffton
Walt Disney’s
in Technicolor
Keep ’em Flying
One Foot in Heaven 1
Honky TonkM' I

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