FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Wednesday: 7:45 p. m. Church
School Workers’ Conference, at High
school cafeteria. All those working
with children are especially urged
Thursday: 8:00 p. m. The Build
ers’ Class will meet at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thomas, 542 S.
9:30 a. m. Church school.
10:15 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon topic, “A United Front.”
11:15 a. m. Young People’s Choir
2:30 p. m. Church Recreational
Clinic, at Trinity Church, Lima.
6:30 p. m. Junior High Youth
Monday: 4:00 p. m. Junior Choir
Not your criticism and your
neglect of the Church will make it
the effective instrument of God in a
sick world, but your steadfast loya'ty.
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
to 4:00 p. The public is invited to
all sendees and to visit the reading
This society is a branch of the
Mother Church, the First Church of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
G. D. Bright, Minister
9:30 a. m. Church school, R. Lug
10:30 Worship. Lord’s Supper.
Sermon, “The Church Becomes
6:30 p. m. Meet at Bright's for
transportation to the Mangus home
for Christian Endeavor.
NOTE: “Man does not break the
Laws of God, but the Laws break
man, when disobeyed.”
9:30 a. m. Church school, C. Am
,10:30 a. m. Lord’s Supper.
Wednesday, tonight the Home
Builders Class meets in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van Meter. All
are welcomed to the services of the
W. L. Harmony, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor
Morning worship 9:30. Sermon:
“A Sabbath Day’s Journey.”
Church school 10:30. Mr. Edgar
Church school 9:30.
Morning worship 10:50. Sermon,
“A Sabbath Day’s Journey.”
This Sunday in Ae
The class in the Life of Christ
will meet at the home of Mrs. Armin
Hauenstein, Thursday, 7 p. m.
E. G. Steiner, Pastor
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Worship service.
7:30 C. W. B. program.
Thursday: 7:30 Mid-week prayer
service. A warm welcome, and a
warm building awaits you.
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED
Emil Burrichter, Pastor
Closing of Blue Sunoco
Mgr. Blue Sunoco Station
At the first sign of oncoming Colds, take tiny
LAXACOu\ tablets as directed and get
prompt relief. Balanced formula reduces
fever and aching, chec ___
gently stimulates bowels.
relief. Balanced formula reduces
checks nose running,
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Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m.
The Cornelia Missionary Circle
will meet on Thursday evening at
8:30 with Mrs. Wilf ord Gratz.
We urge our Church School teach
ers to attend the meeting at the
study hall on Wednesday evening at
7:45 p. m.
Public worship at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Junior C. E. at 6:00 p. m.
All teachers of our Church School
are urged to attend the study class
on Wednesday evening at 7:45 at the
study hall, just off the library.
The Edith Lahr Missionary Circle
will meet Thursday afternoon at
2:00 with Mrs. John Balmer. Mrs.
Albert Balmer will be assistant
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
7:15 Choir rehearsal.
8:15 Bible study and prayer meet
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Worship service.
6:00 Intermediate C. E.
7:00 Junior C. E.
7:00 Evening service, program by
the Builders class.
Arnold C. Schultz, Pastor
7:30 p. m. Women’s Chorus re
8:00 p. m. Teachers’ meeting and
8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal.
10:00 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Ser
mon topic, “Why I Believe in the
Diety of Jesus Christ.”
4:15 p. m. Radio program from
WFIN, Findlay, given by the Wo
7:30 p. in. Christian Endeavor
programs for all ages.
8:30 p. m. Evening service. The
subject of the message will be, “A
We cordially invite you to attend
the services of the church.
Having accepted employment in a defense in
dustry for the duration I wish to inform the public
that the Blue Sunoco Service station in Bluffton will
be closed, effective Friday, January 22.
In this connection I wish to express appreciation
for the liberal patronage from the motoring public
and trust that I may be permitted to serve you again
at some future time.
Farm Bureau Council No. 4 of
Allen Co. met in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Campbell last Tues
A number of people from this
vicinity attended the Farmer’s Insti
tute in Bluffton Monday and Tues
Glen Huber was confined to his
home with the flu several days the
Miss Elnora Marshall is assisting
in the care of the sick at the Henry
home in Orange Twp. east of Bluff
Bernard Eley of Huntsville was a
week end guest of Robert Marshall.
Bernard is among those who will
leave for the army in the very near
Mesdames Walter Cupp and
Harold Marshall attended a meeting
of the Au Revoir club held in the
home of Miss Mary Beckwith in
Columbus Grove last Thursday.
Herbert Marshall, Sr., was in
Pittsburgh on business a couple of
days the past week.
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Bigelow,
Glen Mayberry and Mrs. Edgar Begg
were among those who represented
the local church at a meeting of
Presbytery and Presbyterial both of
which were held in the Market
Street church in Lima, Monday.
Mrs. Lysle Cahill of Cleveland will
arrive here Wednesday night to
spend several days with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marshall.
Mrs. Clyde Van Meter will open
her spacious country home to mem
bers of the Friendly Neighbor’s
club for an all day meeting Thurs
day of next week. The following
program will be given in the after
noon: Song, Club Roll call, My
Best Bargain Charlie McCarthy,
Mrs. Charles Wells Surprise, Pro
gram Committee Solo, Mrs. Frank
Hall Winter Poem, Mrs. Louis Van
Mrs. Lena Rockhill recently went
to Lima to live and seek employ
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill and Mrs.
Eli Hartman of Bluffton were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The life and works of Louis Brom
field, an Ohio author, made an in
teresting program for members of
the Profit and Pleasure Club Wed
nesday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. Clarence Begg. Mrs. Fred
Badertscher spoke of his life and
travels and Mrs. Orlo Marshall re
viewed his latest book, Mrs. Park
ington. Following the program, re
freshments and a social hour were
enjoyed by about twenty members
What Qx/ou Huff With
The ordinary machine gun is too
cumbersome for our Marines, espe
cially for parachute troops. So the
Marines have adopted new models
of the Reising sub-machine gun, a
The new gun used by the para
troops is a compact model with a
pistol grip and a steel-frame stock
which folds out of the way when
not in use. You can help buy these
for our Boys in the Solomons and
elsewhere with your purchase of
War Bonds. Join the Payroll Sav
ings Plan and let’s “Top that ten
u. S. Treasury Department
Hogs—160 to 250, $15.00 250 to
300, $14.90 roughs, $13.25 stags,
Calves, $15.50 lambs, $14.75.
Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, $1.46
corn, 84c oats, 52c soys, $1.62.
For dehorning cattle write G. H.
Edwards, 223 Jefferson St., Findlay,
Ohio. Arteries masculated and no
Notice—Due to gas and tire situa
tion, changes will be necessary in our
business. On and after Jan. 1, 1943,
all kinds of sendee bulls are same
price, $2 each plus 5c per mile one
way. Terms strictly cash. Call early
in day as no trips made after sun
down. Please limit Sunday calls to
cows repeatedly in heat on this day.
C. N. Long & Son, 3 miles west of
Ada. Phone Red 1360. tf
Wanted—Calf day to week old. E.
E. Anderson, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Guernsey cow. 5 yrs. old.
just fresh. J. M. Bowers, 1 mile east
For rent—Bulls: Brown Swiss,
Shorthorn, Hereford and Black An
gus. Ira Moser. 49
For sale—Two Milking Shorthorn
bulls one year old. ’E. C. Roether,
Benton Ridge phone.
For sale—10 Chester White fall
shoats. Mrs. Lillie Manahan, on
Lincoln highway east of Beaverdam.
Phone 342 Beaverdam.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Three Official OPA Inspection
Centers Here Report Town
Deadline for ‘A’ Inspection Mar.
31 Abused Tires Will be
That Bluffton motorists are tire
conscious, is being indicated by the
large number of tire inspections be
ing made at the three local tire in
spection centers, the Stauffer Pure
Oil Co., Bixel Motor Sales, and the
Standard Oil Service Station.
Changes in the deadline for tire
inspection have been announced by
the Office of Price Administration,
modifying its original order.
This change which puts into effect
a stagger system will lessen public
inconvenience and peaks of rush
work for inspectors.
Under the reused program all
holders of basic gasoline ration A
coupons will have until the end of
March for their first tire inspection
and subsequent inspections will be
once in six months.
Motorists with or supplemen
tary books will be required to get
their first inspections by the end of
Large Number Of Motorists Here
Are Having Their Tires Inspected
N C. SHREDDED
WHEAT .... ... 2 pkgs. 2fc
St NNA FIELD
CAKE FLOUR He
SI NNT FIELD
CORN FLAKES .X 7c
SOAP .......... 3
TIMM E PAPER
NORTHERH ... 3 rolls 15c
MILK ........... 4,^"
POWDER 2 21c
SPARKLE .... 5 pkgs. 24c
CHOOSE THE COFFEE OF
February. After that, inspections
for bookholders will be once in
every four months and for book
holders once every three month.s
While tire inspection centers in
other parts of the state are com
plaining that too few motorists are
having their tires inspected, the op
posite situation seems to prevail
The local inspectors have been ad
vised that when there is evidence
that tires have been abused they
must be reported to the rationing
board of the district in which they
Must Correct Faults
If tire wear results from some me
chanical defect in the machine, a
bent him, improper wheel alignment
or other fault the inspector is not
supposed to sign the inspection rec
ord until the defect has been cor
A 25 cent fee is charged for the
on-the-wheel inspection of tires. If
the tire must be taken off for an
inspection for new tires or re-treads
there is a charge of 50 cents for
passenger cars, 75 cents for small
trucks and $1.00 for large trucks.
The Office of Price Administration
has given information that tires on
civilian cars are wearing out eight
times faster than they are being re
placed, and that a transportation
BUTTER........ 2 ?.br
PET MILK or
CARNATIOH 4 J?1.1
CRACKERS 2 17c
ENCORE MACARONI or
SPAGHETTI 3 23c
CLAURBB GIRL BAKING
41c 47c 51c
REDEEM COUPON NO. 28
FOR A&P COFFEE NOW
Tk„ 11 In 21
U. S. NO. 1 GRADE. OHIO
breakdown is threateened if this rate
Despite the fact that many inspec
tions have already taken place here,
motorists are urged not to put off
their inspections until the last mo
Aiding the Axis is just about the
last thing most people here would
like to do, yet through a careless
slip of the tongue many are doing
On the battle fronts the fighting
commands on both sides risk the
lives of their men in order to dis
cover the location and strength of
the military units of the enemy.
Many people at home, although
entirely unaware of the results of
their talking, are furnishing the
Axis with needed material.
The Office of Censorship has
most strongly urged that individuals:
Must not tell the names of ships
upon which sailors serve.
Must not tell troop units in which
soldiers serve overseas.
There is no objection in telling
that a soldier member of the family
is in Australia or that a sailor
brother or son saw action in the
Pacific. There is military informa
tion, however, that endangers the
CALIFORNIA GROWN, PASCAL
MORE THAN EVER
YOUR BEST BUY,
SAME HIGH QUALITY,
SAME LOW PRICE
SANDWICH LOAF s i Oc
HOME STYLE 3--29c
WHEATBREAD 3 29c
EGGS doz ctn 54c
M8'“ DOZ. CTN. UQ ft
Do Not Give Soldiers’ Addresses
Silence May Save Lives Overseas
JU SHUE FATS & GREASES
Effective Jan. 18th, by U. S. Government Order, Slicing of All
Breads Has Been Discontinued, Varieties Limited,
and Ingredient Standards Established.
LOAF CHEESE 34c
CREAM CHEESE 5®1 Oc
REEDS UDDER ORE ROOF
GRADE 1. RING
THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1943
Proper tire inflation has been
stressed very much by OPA. The
agency recommends 32 pounds of air
if two passengers are carried and
one additional pound for each ad
ditional passengers up to five.
lives of American fighting men in
stating that the brother is in “Com
pany D, 500th Infantry” in Aus
tralia or that the son is aboard the
U. S. S. Pennsylvania in the Pacific.
No addresses of soldiers overseas
should be printed or repeated. The
Office of Censorship makes the fol
“We ask editors not to publish
these troop indentifications, and we
ask parents and relatives not to re
veal them. Don’t give the enemy
anything that may lengthen the
A training course for dairy herd
improvement association testers will
be given at Ohio State University
February 1 to February 13. Testers
must furnish transportation on the
job. Women are eligible to receive
training for this work. Lack of
testers has closed nearly one-third of
the Ohio associations.
Uncle Sam Needs Them for Expies,yes
z w BAG u lu
22c APPLES Si 3 25c
WHEAT BREAD 3“29c
VIENNA BREAD 3.29c
CLEANS AS IT WASHES
SRUE GAS TIRES mODEV
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