THURSDAY, MAY 7. 1942
Comprehensive examinations for
seniors will be given at the college
this week. Thirty-five seniors will
be included in this annual examination
period. Six will be tested for their
mastery of biology five will be test
ed for a mastery of sociology four,
in both music and history three, in
English and Mathematics two in
Biblical literature chemistry, and
home economics and one in each of
the fields of philosophy, social science,
economics and business and Latin.
Miss Mary Alice Howe, daughter of
Mayor W. A. Howe, has been elected
president of the Women’s Varsity “B”
organization for 1942-43. She has
been active in the women’s athletic
program at the college for the past
two years, and has earned a varsity
letter during both school seasons.
Students and faculty members will
hold their annual all-college picnic,
Saturday afternoon. Because of
transportation difficulties of the pres
ent time .they will remain on the cam
pus for the affair this year, instead of
going to Avondale on Indian lake, as
has been customary.
Professors in the department of
music will be heard over station WL
OK in Lima, Thursday evening, at
9:30 p. m., on the regular weekly col
lege broadcast. Miss Elizabeth Hig
ley, instructor in school music will of
fer several soprano selections Sidney
Hauenstein, instructor in orchestral
instruments, will present violin selec
tions and Russell A. Lantz, instructor
in voice, will offer baritone numbers.
Dr. R. G. Whisler, instructor in
psychology, accompanied a group of
Editor's Note: Following is
one of a series of articles spon
sored by the Consumer Division
of the Bluffton Civilian Defense
This week sugar rationing becomes
a reality. In using substitutes to
Travel in the
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
129 N. Main St.. Phone 170-W
Bluffton College Notes
ENLISTING THE HOME
IN NATIONAL DEFENSE
For better service and greater
comfort—avoid early morning,
late afternoon and week-end
Cincinnati & Lake Erie
Transporta lion Compinp
his students cn a visit to the State
Hospital for the Insane, the Institu
tion for the Feeble-minded, and the
Bureau of Juvenile Research in Co
lumbus last Friday.
Eugene Weed, senior in the depart
ment of music, will appear in grad
uating recital, Friday evening, in
Ramseyer chapel. A high baritone,
he will be accompanied in his program
by Robert Neuenschwander, sopho
more. Mr. Weed is the son of Rev.
J. A. Weed, pastor of the Bluffton
Men of the Faculty club have com
pleted work on the new outdoor oven
on Bluffton’s campus. College men
laid the foundation for the oven ear
lier in the month on “clean-up” day
at the college. Since that time, work
has been continued by faculty men.
Coach A. C. Burcky supervised con
struction of the oven.
Home economics women of Bluffton
college will sponsor their annual
“Spring Parade” of fashions, Thurs
day evening, May 14, at 8 p. m. in
the Ramseyer chapel. As in past
years, a general invitation is being
extended to the public for this style
review. Clothes made in college cloth
ing classes and garments purchased
by students during the year will be
Miss Betty Keeney, senior from
East Millsboro, Pa., will be crowned
queen of the “Spring Parade” during
the program. She was chosen to re
ceive this honor by members of the
Home Economics club. Miss Keeney
is a home economics major, and has
served as program chairman of the
club during the past year.
satisfy our sweet tooth there are
some rules to follow:
1. When corn syrup is used re
duce liquids in recipe by one-fourth.
2. In muffins, plain cakes and
drop cookies, corn syrup may be
substituted measure for measure for
sugar and the liquid in the recipe
reduced by one-third.
3. You use I’fj cups of maple su
gar for each cup of cane or beet
4. Honey can replace half of the
sugar in jellies, jams and preserves.
5. Corn syrup can be used in bev
erages, puddings, custards and sauc
es but you must use twice as much
to get an equally sweet product as
when using sugar.
Don’t lean too heavily on these
sources of sugar, for manufacturers
of these products are rationed too.
The whole idea is to sweeten but go
sparingly. A sugar shortage need
be no catastrophe. We did it before
and we can do it again. In a short
time we’ll be used to it and be mak
ing a contribution to our country
as well as improving our own health.
—and they're turning to buses
for efficient wartime travel
“In-Between” the great metropolitan areas—in small towns, in
fast-growing new industrial centers, at cross-roads communities
and on farms—more than half of the people in this nation are
living, working, aiding the war effort. And, as more cars are
retired, they’re coming to depend more and more upon buses
for efficient essential travel. Greyhound, for instance, offers
the only service to great numbers of these communities—and
unduplicated service to still greater numbers! Greyhound
carries more passengers to, from, and between these “In
Between” points, than between big cities—saving rubber, fuel,
and other vital materials every mile I
140 N. Main Street Phone 368-W
Mrs. Ida Vertner of Sidney spent
the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Mrs. Harry Beach of Lima spent
Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Chas.
Staff Sgt. Richard Lutterbein of In
diantown Gap. Pa., spent a short fur
lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Lutterbein.
Mrs. W. R. Dally was a Friday din
ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman and
Bernard Gratz were Wednesday
evening callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Anderson and family at
Mrs. Emma Barber returned to her
home here Thursday after spending
the winter at Palmetta, Fla.
Mrs. Mae Bailey spent the week
end with her son, Staff Sgt. Lewis
Bailey at Indiantown Gap, Pa.
Mrs. Pleyel Fett had the misfortune
of receiving a broken ankle at her
home from a fall last Wednesday.
Mrs. Harmon Downey and son Pvt.
Marion Downey spent Wednesday in
Detroit with Mrs. Ella Downey.
Mrs. Orville Huber entertained on
last Friday evening in honor of her
birthday anniversary the following
guests: Mrs. T. Stirn, Mrs. Ed Cook,
Mrs. G. T. Arnold. Mrs. Arthur I*ugh,
Mrs. Russell Brackney, Mrs. A. G.
Lutterbein, Mrs. Russell Wolfe and
Mrs. Everett Rowland.
Mrs. Mae Stewart of Sturgis, Mich.,
visited with friends over the week end.
The annual County Honor Society
banquet will he held at the Beaverdam
H. S. on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Augsburger had
as last Sunday dinner guests, Mrs
Sadie Moore, Miss Adda A oakam,
Mrs. Mary Webster and Miss Rosa
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rowland and
Irene Rowland were last Sunday
guests of Robert Rowland at McClure.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marshall of
Columbus spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pugh and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber and
Mrs. Sarah Niswander ’ailed Sunday
afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
Brookhart of Cairo.
Miss Margie Peterson of Ada was
a supper guest in the Russell Huber
home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miller of
Lima spent Sunday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Stratton and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenton and
son of Ada were Wednesday evening
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clate
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton
and daughter Marilyn spent Friday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Avery
Watt and family of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son of Bluffton spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen spent
Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Reich
enbach home near Rockport.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and
daughter of Lima spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. K. K.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gleason
and family attended the wedding of
his brother, Mr. Donald Gleason at
Lima Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and
family of Columbus Grove spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gleason, Mr.
Donald Gleason spent Thursday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Gleason and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Turner of
Toledo called on Mr. and Mrs. Ly
man Barnes Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Lyman Barnes and Joan Seigg
called on Mr. S. H. Barnes and
Gordon Barnes Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Huber and
son called on Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Barnes Sunday afternoon.
Marjorie and Meredith Yoakam
spent Friday evening with Sondra
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lugibihl and
family, Miss Lois Long visited Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Montgomery and
family at Fort Recovery, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl and
daughter called on Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Lugibihl and family Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Scoles, Mr.
Raymond Thompson called Sunday,
afternoon on Mr. Norval Scoles.
Mrs. Norval Scoles was removed
from Lima Memorial hospital to the
home of her daughter Mrs. Orwin
Wirt at Ada. She is much im
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess and
family of Findlay spent Sunday
with Mrs. Lillie Fett and Miss Nellie
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jennings, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Jennings and
family visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Jennings and family of
near West Minster.
One way of meeting the farm
labor shortage is to determine to
produce high crop yields. Good seed
beds, fertilizer, adapted seed, and
excellent cultural practices will per
mit higher production on fewer
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Bluffton High School Notes
This week started the last half of
the last six weeks of school with
teachers already making plans for
After some delays and deliberations
it was decided by the senior class to
again have class night presentation.
Class night will likely be held on Fri
day night May 22. Officers working
on the details of the presentation are
James Reichenbach, Ned Schultz,
Ruth Hankish and Harriet Burk
Hi-Y installation services will be
held at Fox Hill this Wednesray night
at 7 o’clock.
The H. E. R. club will have their
election of officers this Wednesday
night at 7:30 o clock.
Officers of the Girls Athletic Asso
ciation for next year are: Dorothy
Anderson, president Alice Augsburg
er, vice president Doris Dunifon, sec
retary-treasurer. Mrs. Kenneth Lug
inbuhl will continue as adviser to the
Bowling was the diversion of the
evening at the meeting of the G.A.A.
club Monday night. 1 ho G. A. A.
softball team will play Pandora soft
ball team in a game at Harmon field
Monday afternoon at 3:45 o’clock.
SWEET TENDER CALIFORNIA
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Members of Bluffton High school’s
campionship basketball squad received
their letters in a dinner meeting when
the group were the guests of the
Lions club at the Walnut Grill, Tues
The teachers of the school are busy
assisting in the sugar rationing pro
gram now taking place at the grade
So many of the students have defi
nit promises of jobs for next year that
the response to the employment ser
vice has not been very good, it was
stated by Principal Gerhard Buhler.
A style show, to which all home
economics alumni, mothers and
eighth grade girls are invited will
be presented by the H. E. R, club
to be held at the high school Tues
day night at 7:30 o’clock. There
will be a playlet and a tea after the
show. The ninth grade girls will
serve as models for the show.
New officers of the Girls Reserve
organization are: Mary Ellen Lugin
buhl, president Beverly Biery, vice
president Helen Greding, secretary
Alice Oyer, treasurer Barbara Jean
Triplett, program chairman Jane
Howe, music chairman Dorothy An-
"Balance your diet—eat lots more fresh fruits and veget
ables—get the essential vitamins and minerals your body
needs for good health to help win this war," advise the
dieticians of the U. S. Government Nutrition Program.
It's good counsel! And it gives us a special opportun
ity to invite you to the "Garden" of your A&P Market
—where the pick of the nation's fresh fruits and vegetables
await you in extra variety and abundance. You'll find they
have that genuine farm-fresh flavor—they're chock-full
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derson, service chairman Florence
Ann Biome, publicity chairman
Wilma Steiner, house and worship
chairman Mary Margaret Basinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kinstle have re
turned home after a two months trip
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith and
sons King and Paul of New Castle,
Ind., spent a few days last week with
Mrs. King’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Albert Ripley and Mrs. Erma
Steinman visited Mrs. Mary Bolick
at the Hancock county hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Myers and son
Tommy called Sunday afternoon on G.
Mrs. Robert Nonnamaker and dau
ghters Eileen and I. retta Mae v. ‘re
Friday afternoon callers on Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kramer called
Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Ghaster and daughter Ruth.
The King’s Daughters class of the
Evangelical church held their class
meeting in the home of Mrs. Wade
King Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McVey of Mc
Comb are proud parents of an eight
pound baby girl, born April 26 at the
Miller McComb hospital. The matern
al grand parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mlilton Steininger. Mrs. McVey is a
121 South Main St
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of good nourishment. That's because we buy these fresh
fruits and vegetables direct, usually right where they grow
on form or in orchard—ship them direct so that they reach
your A&P Market with FRESHER flavor. Thanks to
this direct-to-you route, extra handling charges and many
unnecessary in-between costs ore cut out—and you make
amazing savings on the fresh fruits and vegetables you
buy here. Let us help you balance your diet AND YOUR
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former Mt. Cory girl.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Holmes were
pleasantly surprised Sunday by a din
ner given in honor of their twenty
fourth wedding anniversary. Those
attending the dinner were Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Moore and children of Lin
coln Park. Mich., Mrs. Mary Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Nonnamaker and
daughters Wilma and Joyce of Bluff
ton, Mr and Mrs. Robert Nonnamaker,
Eileen, Loretta Mae, Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Nonnamaker, Max and Marie, Mrs.
Kathryn Firestone and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Nonnamaker and sons
Eldon and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Stratton and sons Ortho, Garrie
and daughter Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Kramer. The surprise dinner was
planned by their daughter Berneta
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bauman and son
Don of Findlay were Sunday evening
callers on Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kram
Mr. and Mrs. .E. Moore and son
Keith, daughter Marilyn of Lincoln
Park. Mich., were Saturday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kramer.
Miss Ruth Ghaster called on Mr.
and Mrs. .E. Jones, Sunday after
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Saturday 8 a. m. to 11 p. m.
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