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Arnold C. Schultz, Pastor
8:30 p. m. Teachers meeting and
prayer service.
p. «*. Choir ishsawii....
FRIDAY: ci i
7:15 p. m. Radio pad
cast from WFIN Findlay.
9:30 a. m. Sunday schodf.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon topic, “The Coming
1:30 p.’m. Jtmior, Intermediate^
Senior Christian Endeavor programs!
8:30 p. m. Evening service. Th*
subject of the message will be,
“Saving by Love.’’
Tuesday, £.00 p. m. Women’*
chorus rehearsal.
We cordially invite you to attend
the services of the church.
Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor
Morning Worship 9:30.
Special music: Vocal solo “Out ii
the Wilderness" by Miss Jeanetti
Sermon: Loyalty and Character.
Church School: 10:30. Mr. Edgar
Begg SupL
Church school: 9:30. Mr. Ropp
Triplett, Supt.
Morning Worship: 10:50.
Special Music: Instrumental’diiet:
Bach concerto, by Mr. Sidney Hauen
stein and Mr. Nelson Hauenstein.
Sermon: Loyalty and Character.
J. A. Weed, Minister
Thursday, 4:00 p. m. First Junior
Choir Rehearsal of the season.
9:30 (instead of 9) a. m. Church
school. Lesson study first classes
assemble for Promotion Day pro
gram in auditorium at 10 o’clock.
10:15 a. m. Morning worship.
Baptismal service and installation of
officers and teachers of the Church
11:15 a. m. Young People’s Choir
2:00 p. m. Methodist Youth Fel
lowship Planning Conference at
PLEASE NOTE change of time
and order of Sunday morning ser
vices: Beginning this Sunday, les
son study in classes will liegin
promptly at 9:30 a. m. Morning
worship (at 10:15) will take the
place of the usual Opening Worship
of the Church school.
HOPRO, A proved ingredient
in our Pig & Hog Balancer sup
plies a blend of the known B
Complex Vitamins that stretches
your grain and helps eliminate
runts by providing balanced
nutrition. Contains Niacin (for
merly called Nicotinic Acid) one
of the factors recommended by
Investigators for the prevention
and control of “Necro.”
40% Old Fort Hog Mix
made with Borden's
Bluffton Milling Co.
This Sunday in die
-The Bethel Church of Christ, lo
cated on the Lincoln Highway in
Orange Township will hold their
annual Homecoming Sunday Sept.
27th, 1942.
The regular morning services will
be conducted as follows:
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Communion services at 11.*00 a. m.
and Morning worship at 11:15 a. m.
with a message by the pastor.
At noon a basket dinner will be
held in the basement of the church
and at 2:30 p. m. a patriotic1 demon*
stration will .be held to honor the
boys from the Bethel Church who
have entered the armed forces of
our country.
An honor guard of war veterans
from Lima and a patriotic speaker,
Col. R. R. Groves, of Findlay, a
World War veteran, will conduct a
part of the afternoon program,
which will consist of a presentation
to the church of an American flag,
a Christian flag, an honor roll and
a service flag.
Everyone is invited.
E. M. Schwartz, naval recruiting
officer will be at the Bluffton post
office Thurfday from 10 a. m. to 3
p. m. to interview men interested in
enlisting in the navy.
Miss Dortha Ream, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ream of near
Jenera has enrolled in Moody Bible
institute, Chicago, it was announced
this week.
W. L. Harmony, Pastor
9:00 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. m. Preaching and com
munion service.
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
9:00 o’clock Sunday school under
the supervision of Mr. Orden
Smucker. Classes for all.
10:00 o’clock, Worship service,
7:00 o’clock, evening service.
“O come, let us -worship the Lord
in the beauty of holiness.”
A. F. AI bro, Pastor
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning worship.
7:30 Children’s church.
7:30 Young people’s society.
8:00 p. m. Evangelistic sen-ice.
8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting.
9:00 p. m. Choir practice.
i The members of the Ulrich Stein
er family met at the home of Ed
1 Steiner last Saturday to celebrate
the 86th birthday of their father.
Oliver, of Cleveland, Tenn., was the
only one who could not be present
for the occasion.
Rev. J. F. Steiner spoke to a
large and appreciative audience at
the Missionary Church on Sunday
evening. He again returned to
Wooster on Wednesday morning
where his family have made their
home for several years.
James Reichenbach has been num
bered among the sick for the past
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Soldner, Mrs.
Homer Reichenbach and Mrs. Hiram
M. Kohli were at Mineral City,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Messinger
and family visited relatives over
ithe week-end in .Wayne county.
Saturday, Sept. 26th
at 1:00 P. M.
Consisting of walnut drop-leaf table, cherry drop-leaf table,
cherry settee with two chairs to match, walnut rocker, walnut office
table, walnut stands, odd cane seated chairs, plate glass mirrors
with walnut and oak frames, walnut dresser with plate glass mirror,
walnut bed, spring and mattress, office swivel chair, hearse lamps
and other lamps, large and small electric carpet sweepers, table saw
with motor, grinder with motor, several docks, one walnut case
double-faced Gilbert weight clock, one wooden movement clock,
mantel clocks, etc.
Clamps, saws, expansion bits, hammers, two 14-ft. log chains,
a number of old books, ladders, one wool bed spread, and many
other things not listed—COME AND SEE THE REST.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Sumney and
children and Mrs. Lavina Sumney of
Ft. Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Hochstettler were Sunday dinner
guests in the Noah Hochstettler
home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hoch
stettler and daughter Emilie, Mrs.
Floyd Harris and daughter, Lois and
Public Sale
at 129 S. Main St., Bluffton, Ohio, Opposite Post Office
G. W. COMBS, Owner
Mrs. Pearl Frantz, Cashier Clyde Warren, Auctioneer
A. L. Baumgartner, Clerk
Mrs. Linda Fett were afternoon
callers. All were supper guests.
Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Boehr and a
group of members of the, Christian
Endeavor of the St. John church
presented a program at th# Hancock
County Infirmary last Sunday after
Abraham Baumgartner formerly
from this locality and many years
a resident of Aberdeen, Idaho, ex
pects to return to Ohio sometime
this winter. It is reported that he
has purchased the Berryhill farm
west of Bluffton.
Last Sunday afternoon, Margaret,
second oldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbert Wenger and Leo F.
Salter were united in marriage in
the First Church of the Nazarene
in Salem, Oregon.
Mrs. Barbara Cox of Ft. Wayne
and son Sam of Utah were over the
week end guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse F. Steiner.
Mrs. Amos Suter invited relatives
and friends for a pot luck in honor
of her sister, Mrs. Lydia Erwine of
California, who has spent several
weeks among relatives here. Mrs.
Erwine expects to leave next Sun
day for her home.
Henrietta Schneck left last Fri
day to take up her work again as a
member of the Jubilate Trio. She
enjoyed a two weeks’ vacation with
her home folks.
The season’s first frost was evi
dent on Monday morning. Much
cooler weather has prevailed during
the past few days compared with
the previous week.
William Burkholder is busy these
days putting in drain tile for some
of the farmers in this vicinity.
Albert Suter of Bellefontaine spent
last Sunday with his father, Abra
ham Suter.
Leland Badertscher of Detroit,
spent several days with his parents,
this w-eek. He left on Wednesday
for military service.
Abe Sommer recently purchased a
property in Osborne, to which place
he w-ill be moving his household
goods. Edwin Suter of Pandora has
been in Osborne for several weeks
remodeling the house for Mr. Som
mer. He expects to spend the win
ter in Florida with his children who
are located there.
Miss Carol Diller, a second year
student at St. Luke’s hospital of
Cleveland, is spending a month’s
vacation with the home folks.
Frank Zuercher, of Bluffton, suf
fered left shoulder and body bruises
last week ago Tuesday when his
truck upset on Route 81, near
Miss Ella Reichenbach was at the
Bluffton hospital from Tuesday of
last week until Friday for observa
tion and treatment. She has been
in failing health for several months.
Miss Druzilla Lugibill, west pf
Bluffton, has enrolled in Northwest
ern School of Commerce at Lima.
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Luginbuhl
and daughters of Cleveland Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Coon of Colum
bus Mr. and Mrs. Charles Courtenay
and family of Lima Mrs. Herbert
Luginbuhl and son and Mrs. Ken
neth Luginbuhl were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Lugin
Mrs. Sam Badertscher spent Fri
day evening at the Dwight Frantz
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cuppies were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Miller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kohler are
visiting relatives in Tennessee for
ten days.
Menno, Chancey and Orton Bas
inger spent Sunday at the Amos and
Francis Basinger home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lehman and
son Richard of Toledo spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Mrs. Oliver Locher and family,
Mrs. Russell Schaublin and family
and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son
spent Friday evening at the Walter
Schaublin home.
Corp, and Mrs. Robert Dillman of
Ft. Eustis, Va., Mrs. Ella Dillman
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dillman
and daughter Marilyn Jean were
Wednesday evening supper guests
at the Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer
Badertscher and family were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Badertscher and son. After
noon callers were, Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Finke, Sarah Finke and Anna
Kelermeyer of St. Marys Mrs. Peter
Schonberger and Jerry Ranke of
Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. John Burkholder
spent Thursday evening at the
Amos and Francis Basinger home.
Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach and son
Roger spent Friday evening at the
Andrew Hochstettler home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yerks of
Lima spent Saturday evening at the
Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl home.
Reminding everyone who visits the
woods this year that “Careless
Matches Aid the Axis", the U. S.
Forest Service reports that 465 more
forest fires were caused by willful
or careless acts of man during the
first six months of 1942 than during
the same period last year.
Mrs. John Von Kaenel returned
to her home in Monroe, Wis., after
spending several weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Clayton Rupright and
other relatives.
Mr. Noah Bollinger of Union City,
Ind., is visiting with his sister Mrs.
Catherine Ross and soh Johh. They1
spent last Week with relatives in
Mrs. Cynthia Elliott1 wak a Week
end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Schmidt ind son of Perrysburg.'
Mrs. Charity Frick of Bluffton
was a Thursday and Friday guest of
her sister, Mrs. Carrie Dirkee..
Miss1 Sherry Jan Zimmerman of
Bluffton was* a week end visitor of
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Mrs. Dora. Roberts spent last
week .with her daughter Mrs. Bessie
Cox at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Qullerate of
Dunbar, West Va., and Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Huber were last Saturday
evening dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Burns enter
tained the young married peoples
class of the Church of Christ at
their home on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lewis and
Mrs. Esther Lombard were last Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Delbert Neuenschwander at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Arnold and Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Marshall visited last
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Arnold at Cairo.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Downey
have received word that their son
Marion has arrived at an overseas
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bushey have
received word from their son Harry
at Ft. Braggs, North Carolina: of/ his
promotion to Corporal. mu*’
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wolfe, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Arnold, and Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Driver were last
Sunday dinner ’guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. L. Brennaman at Allentow’n.
Mrs. Mae Bailey was a week end
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wert
and family at Lima.
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
subject: “Reality.”
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
Mother Church, the First Church of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
Mt. Cory School News
The total enrollment this year is
296. There wen? 17 new pupils.
The following class officers were
Senior Class—President, Robert
King Vice President, Ida Mae
Arnold Sec.-Treas., Pat Wells.
Junior ClassH-President, Norma
Montgomery Vfc^Pres., Sarah Mil
ler Bee., Roberta Manges Treas.,
Jean Dukes.
Sophomore Class—President, Law
rence Werner V. Pres., James Scott
Sec.-Treas., Collette 'Wagner.
Freshman Class—Pres., James
Shafer V. Pres., Leo Watkins Sec.
Treas., Oletha Jean Clymer.
Eighth Grade—President, Wilma
Hamilton V. Pres., Herbert Kempf
Sec., Arlene Schaller Treas., Junior
Seventh Grade—Eleanor Steiner,
V. Pres. Sec., Owen Codner Treas.,
Dalton Watkins.
Mt. Cory won their first football
game of the season with McComb
by the score of 19-0. Frank Steiner,
one of the players, was unable to
take part in the McComb game be
cause of a broken arm which he
received the previous Saturday in a
football scrimmage with Bluffton.
The team’s next game is a night
game scheduled with Arlington at
Arlington. Newly elected cheer
leaders are Pat Wells, Marjorie
Oberly and Jean Dukes.
War Stamps were on sale for the
first time this school year last Wed
nesday noon. A total of $11.70 was
sold during the noon hour.
Members of the Junior Class are
proudly displaying their class rings
which they received last Wednesday.
There was a Faculty Hamburg
and Corn roast held in the backyard
at the home of O. S. McKitrick. All
members of the faculty were invited
including the new coach, Mr. C. P.
Cole. Those attending were: Miss
Olive Obee, Miss Isabelle Stewart,
Miss Laura Ebersole, Miss Dorothy
Rothrock, Miss Thelma Jordan, Miss
Ruth Folk, Miss Lillian Hards, Miss
Genevieve Beagle, Mr. Simkins, and
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cole and small
daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. O. S.
McKitrick and small daughter.
Plans for two class parties have
been made: Eighth Grade Tuesday
night, Sept. 22, at Black school.
Miss Laura Ebersole will be their
sponsor. Seventh Grave, Tuesday
evening after school, Sept. 22, at
Bott’s Grove. Miss Olive Obee will
be their sponsor.
i in a quiet wedding at the home
Jof Mr. and Mrs. Adam Freet near
Beaverdam, their daughter Miss Ora
became the bride of Charles Fred
erick Badertscher Tuesday after
noon. The wedding vows were re
ceived by Rev. W. S. Gottahall of
the First Mennonite church.
Fife destroyed the entire “business
section of Benton Ridge Tuesday
Clyde Dorsey, 27, died at his
I home on Mound street Saturday
Bluffton college will meet Ashland
college in the first basketball game
of the season at the rink Thursday
night. Those who will appear in
the lineup are: West, Spangler and
Ruth, forwards Carolus, center
Block, Stauffer, Geiger and Gratz,
Rev. Lahr and four men of the
Reformed church, Lee Greding,' El
mer Lauby, J. I. Luginbuhl and Noah
Moser motored to Lima last Tuesday
to join a campaign of the Reformed
church to raise a special $250,000
fund for foreign missions.
The tenth annual poultry show
given by the Bluffton Poultry and
Pet Stock association will be held in
the town hall from January 11 to
The following officers were elected
Sunday at the First Mennonite
church: E. J. Hirschler, superin
tendent J. A. Huffmann, assistant
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Offenbacher
and family of Lima were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Norval Scoles for sup
per Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Clate Scoles were afternoon callers
and Raymond Thompson called in
the evening.
Miss Bertha Colter of Dayton and
Miss Nona Mayle of Bluffton were
week end guests of Mrs. Alta Garau
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach
and family spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lugibill and
Mr. and Mrs. Norval Scoles spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Orlo
Wirt of Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Stratton were
Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Pifer of Jenera.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips en
tertained Thursday evening for Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Younkman, Nolan and
Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Lton Younk
man and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Carey Younkman. Carey Younkman
leaves for camp Wednesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Tom Fleming of
Lafayette spent Thursday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wenger spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Brauen and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and son
Ronnie of Lima spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton and
family were Sunday guests.
Mr. Dick Clark of Lafayette spent
Friday afternoon with Mr. Sam
Barnes and son Gordon.
Mr. and Mr^. Wm. Lugibihl and
Dorothy spent Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes and
Joann Seig spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Welty
and Marjorie.
Bobby, Billy and Mary Nell Hess
of Findlay spent Sunday with Mrs.
Lillie Fett and Miss Nellie Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess and Mrs.
Henry Zehrbach of Findlay spent
Sunday evening with Miss Nellie
Huber and Mrs. Lillie Fett.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl and
daughter spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Montgomery at
Fort Recovery.
Mrs. Clint Moorehead had the
misfortune of injuring her hand in a
corn sheller, Monday morning.
Dorothy Lugibihl spent Friday and
Saturday with Patricia Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Joy Huber and
Sondra, Mrs. Cora Huber spent
Sunday afternoon calling on Mr. and
Mrs. David Holman, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Woodhead and Mrs. Paul
Monday evening callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Joy Huber and daughter and
Mrs. Cora Huber were Donald Yoak
am, Harold Hefner, Chester Pat
terson and Joe Hefner of Lafayette.
Buy War Bonds and Defense
Stamps now.
superintendent Allan Burkholder,
secretary-treasurer Hiram Althaus,
assitstant librarian Herbert Gott
shall, librarian Hulda Moser,as
sistant G. A. Lehman, chorister,.
Vida Amstutz, assistant Jennie
Gottshall, pianist Flora Gottshajh
assistant executive committee, Noa^,
Moser, Enos Burkholder.
The following officers were elected
to serve at the Lutheran church:
B. Beeshy, superintendent T. A.
Rupright, assistant Estella Am-,
stutz, secretary Margaret Herr,
assistant Donavin Baumgartner,
organist Edith Morrison, assistant
Mrs. H. B, Adams, chorister A. L.
Baumgartner, assistant.
An eagle was seen flying about
the Settlement this week.
The Ebenezer Sunday school elect
ed the following officials: Philip
Hilty, superintendent I. W Lugi
bihl, assistant Ed Amstutz, secre
tary-treasurer Melvin Zimmerly,
manager Harry Lugibill, chorister
Christ Gratz, assistant Louella
Burkholder, pianist Sylvia Hilty, as
sistant C. W. Roethlisberger, li
brarian Milton Bixel and Hiram
Niswander, ushers Sadie Lugibill,
home department.
Mrs. Menno Basinger had a gen
uine birthday surprise last Saturday
when she received a postal shower.
She received 106 cards. Mr. Basing
er presented her with a gasoline
engine washing machine and a table.
Rev. Frank Steiner, a returned
missionary of China, who was in
terned by the Japanese for 5 months
gave a very interesting talk ’of
some of his experiences Sunday
night in the Missionary Chufdh. A
large crowd heard Rev. Steiner.
Miss Ruth Bixel left Sunday for
Greenville, Ill., whet# she is an in
structor of music in Greenville
Miss Margaret Klickman is now
employed in the Triplett Electrical
Instrument Co., in Bldfftbn bn the
night shift.
Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Garber and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Got
schalk of Toledo, visited here, Sun
Robert Reese, who g&dyated in
the class of 1942 of. Pandora High
school left this week to attend Ohio
State university, in Columbus.
I Miss Lois Steiner of Columbus and
Miss Anna Ruth Steiner of Byhalia
spent the week-end in their home
i Shirl Hatfield, Jr., who has been
employed in Buffalo, N. has re
turned home here.
Pvt. Earl Steiner and Pvt. Har
lon Lugibill of Camp Gifcnt, Ulifiols,
visited their parents here over the
Rev. and Mrs. Ben Leightner of
Fort Wayne, Ind., visited in the
Alvin Lehman home one (few last
week. pfim*
In honor of the’ birthday anni
versary of Ulrich Steiner who was
86 years of age on Saturday the
following met in the Edwin Steiner
home Saturday evening: Dr. and
Mrs. Cal Steiner of Willard Rev.
Frank Steiner of Wooster Rev. and
Mrs. Paul Steiner and family of
Pettisville Rev. and Mrs. Armin
Steiner and family of Grabill, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Archill Abegglin of
Rawson Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Abeg
glin of Columbus Pvt. Earl Steiner
of Camp Grant, Ill. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Thompson and sons of
Perrysburg, Ohio Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Welty of Woodburn, Ind., and
Service bulls delivered' any '‘time
also male hogs. C. N. Long & Son,
phone Ada Red 1360.
For sale—Purebred Shropshire
buck also timothy seed free fronj
wild carrot. Quinten Burkholder1,
Bluffton phone.
For sale—Weaning pigs also 2
bred Poland China gilts. Robert
Cochran, 6 miles east of Beaverdam
on Route 30 and mile south on
Joe Kenzie farm.
For sale—Good Guernsey cow giv
ing flow of milk. Jacob Amstutz,
For sale or trade—Good work
horse. Clarence Jones, 4*2 miles
north of town.
For sale Purebred Berkshire
spring boars, immuned, eligible to
registry and old enough for service.
Harry Anderson, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Thorobred Spotted Po
land China bred gilts, immuned.
W. C. Pursell, first house south of
Hilty school.
For sale—Registered Jersey bull 5
years old his daughters produce
high like his ancestors $20 above
market price. Edgar McElwain, 6
miles south of Bluffton on Bentley
road and 2 miles west.
Notice—Anyone having any of our
male hogs, please let us know when
you are through with tjiern as we
want to get them home at once.
C. N. Long & Son, phone Ada Red
THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1942
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Steiner and
son of Detroit, Mich.
The tomato canning factory is
very busy. The factory operated on
Sunday afternoon because of the
large supply of tomatoes on hand.
Raising of the new barn being
!built on the Edwin Niswander farm
north of Bluffton on the county line
wiV, take place Thursday unless un
fpy.orabLe weather interferes.
The barn is being built on the
site of one destroyed by fire after
.being struck by lightning last July.
smooth the way to new beauty for
you ... to give you the most
flattering make-up you ever bed I
Expert advice to aidyou in keeping
your complexion lovely through the
That is the ihriUyou
here in store for you during the
Beauty Week visit of
Cara Nome Specialist*
By appointment
only, Miss Elizabeth Rinehart will
devote 45 minutes to you for an
individual skin analysis, a beauti
fying facial and make-up and
advice for daily complexion care.
Miss Elizabeth
Rinehart comes at our own ex
pense to extend this courtesy to
our friends and customers.
Make your ap­
pointment now! Only 10 consul
tations can be given daily—
9 A. M. to 4:45 P. M.
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Sept. 21-26
Electrolux Corp.
605 W. High St
Lima, Ohio
Mr. Victor Underbrink is
not our representative. Do
not be deceived by count
AU our work guaranteed.
Phone 22011 or write.
Free estimates.
Steinman Bros.
Lumber Co.

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