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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. A. Weed, Minister THURSDAY: 7:15 p. m. Mid-week Lenten ser vice. General theme, “The Meanings of Church Membership.” topic, “The Church.’^ 8:00 p. m. April meeting man’s Society of Christian at home of Mrs. Chas. Aukerman, 130 Cherry street. SUNDAY: 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:15 Sermon ness.” 10:15 King’s Guards, downstairs. 11:15 a. m. Young People’s Choir rehearsal. 6:00 p. m. Junior High Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Evening service, and join us in the singing familiar hymns. Monday: 4:00 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal. “Flowers are a refreshing antidote for the stuffiness of churches,” says Dr. John R. Scotford. Likewise, worship is an antidote for the stuffiness and littleness of our lives. Worship somewhere next Sunday,— or even at a midweek service. LUTHERAN CHURCH Harmony, Pastor Sunday school. special Lenten services W. L. 9:30 a. m. Topics for this week: Wed.—“The Cross and Our Hope” Thurs.—“The Cross and Our Love” Fri.—“The Cross and Our Suffering” All Lenten sendees at 7:30 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor Bluffton: Morning worship 9:30 (EWT). Church school 10:30. Wednesday: Class in the Life Christ will be held at the home Plow share and sickle grinding. Dana Mathewson 128 Riley St. Fertilizer for Victory Gardens 3-81 Analysis $3.00 per 100 Lbs. Farm Bureau Coop. Phone 377-W This Snndaym hurt hrsme Special of Wo Service, a. m. Morning worship, topic, “Your Call to Great- a. m. Monthly meeting of Youth Come of old of of Lawn Mower Repairing Bring in your lawn mowers now for sharpen ing and repairing and have them ready when spring comes. Saturday, April 3, 1943 Beginning at 1:00 P. M. The following household goods: Bookcase, kitchen cabinet, dining room table and chairs, rockers, two piece living room suite, 3 library tables, 3 rugs 9 by 12, commode, electric carpet sweeper, old antique bureau, cupboard, lawn mower, 12 ft. dining table, porch swing, cistern pump, coal oil heater, empty fruit jars, tubs, dishes, cross cut saw, washing machine with good motor, large iron kettle, Dutch oven, dresser, table lamp, several bedsteads, Domestic sewing machine piano and other articles. Terms—Cash on day of sale. 'V Miss Alice Ludwig, 7:30. Thursday: Annual Congregational Meeting, pot-luck supper at 6:30 and meeting immediately afterward. Rockport: Church school 9:30 (EST). Mr. Edgar Begg, SupK Morning worship 10:30. Annual Congregational Meeting immediately after the morning worship service. Sermon for both churches: “The Chief Corner-stone.” CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 a. m., subject: “Unreality.” 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 Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. of EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH Arnold C. Schultz, Pastor THURSDAY: 10:00 a. m. Missionary meeting St. John Church, Pandora. 8:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. SUNDAY: 10:00 a. m. Sunday school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Rev. Emerson Slotterback will bring the message. 4:30 WFIN, 8:00 at p. m. Radio program from Findlay. p. m. C. E. programs. Mary Shirmer Baumgartner, missionary to the Hopi Mrs. former Indians will speak. NOTE: The time shown here for senices in the church is fast time. We cordially invite you to attend the services of the church. EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED CHURCHES Emil Burrichter, Pastor Emmanuel’s: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Public worship at 10:45 a. m. Mid-week Lenten services Wed nesday evening at 8:30. St. John’s: Public worship at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Junior C. E. Sunday at 6:00 Mid-week Lenten service Thursday at 8:00 p. m. p- m. The Ladies Aid meets Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary Matter. Choir meeting Thursday evening at 7:15. Gertrude Hoy Missionary Circle meets Monday night at the home of Mrs. Blanche Hauenstein. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor 9:30 The Sunday school under supervision of Mr. C. D. Hilty. 10:30 The worship service. 7:00 Evening service. 6:00 Intermediate C. E. 7:00 Junior C. E. Visitors are always welcome. DEFENSELESS MENNONITE E. G. Steiner. Pastor 9:30 Sunday school. 10:30 Preaching. 7:30 C.W.B. Service. 8:30 Sermon. 8:00 p. m. Thursday Bible Study and Prayer service. CHURCH OF CHRIST Public Sale The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction at the former home of D. W. Fox, 225 S. College Ave., Bluffton— 9:30 a. m. Church school, R. inbuhl, Supt. 10:30 a. m. worship. Lord’s per. Sermon: “Witnesses of Cross.” 8:15 p. m. Evening services. A song fest, special number. Sermon: Mean- C. N. SMITH Auct., Clyde Warren Clerk, Sidney Stettler Sup the ing of Church Membership. Lord’s Supper observed for those who wish to partake. The church with a friendly heart welcomes you to all of its services. Beaverdam— 10:00 a. m. Church school, C. Am stutz, Supt. 11 a. m. Lord’s Supper. “And in the wreck of hu sometimes immortal still —Longfellow NOTE: man lives survives. Settlement Leonard Zimmerly has rented the William year. Habeggar farm for this Bixel was taken to Memorial on Monday, where he is to Noah hospital submit to an operation one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moser and daughter Velma and Mr. and Mrs. Alcus Pate of Detroit were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Josephine Moser and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Welty and family. Willis Schumacher is spending several days this week at Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Levi Oberly, for many years a resident of this locality, passed away at her home in Bluffton, Monday evening at the age of 71 years. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Schmidt of Shafter, Calif., are expecting to re turn to their home after a two weeks’ visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Miller and family. Pandora school classes are begin ning forty-five minutes earlier each morning and also being dismissed that much earlier in the afternoon, since Monday, in order that the farm lads may assist more with farm work. Many farmers are busily engaged with oats sowing, and plowing also for later crops that are to be plant ed. It is the opinion of most of the farmers in this vicinity that the large acreage of soybeans that still remain unharvested will likely prove to be a total loss to the growers. Abraham Suter who has been con fined to his home for several months has improved so that he can some. Irma Schneck returned Cleveland on Monday. Francis W. Lugibill, of Mrs. Orlando Beaverdam, who with rheumatism is improving. the be out from Great Lakes, Ill., is spending a week’s va cation with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lugibill. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lora and daughter Eloise of Bluffton and Mr. and Mrs. Omer Gratz and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Basinger and family. Lugibill, east of has been suffering for several weeks Stewart Berryhill Mr. and Mrs. and family moved last Thursday from the Abe Baumgartner farm to the college farm west of Bluffton. Emerson Slotterback will the pulpit at the Ebenezer Sunday morning in the of Rev. A. C. Schultz. Rev. is at Moundridge, Kansas, Rev. occupy church absence Schultz where he is giving a series of lec tures. LaFayette Honoring Isaac Hefner on his 85th birthday, Mrs. Jennie Eversole, Mrs. Daisy Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Arn old, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefner and Mrs. Carrie Lentz were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hefner. Mrs. Kathrine lames of Lima was a Thursday guest of Mrs. Hulda Con tris. Mrs. Pearl Sharrits of Lima was a Wednesday guest of Cloore. Lug- Mrs. Louise Mrs. Jennie Eversole rie Lentz were Sunday itors of Mr. and Mrs. sole. and Mrs. Car afternoon vis Welsey Ever- Mrs. Lucile Basset and Mrs. Kath erine lames of Lima were Thursday afternoon callers of Mrs. Chester Pat terson. News Want-ads Bring Results. STOCK SALES Notice—Due to gas and tire situa tion, changes will be necessary in our business. On and after Jan. 1, 1943, all kinds of service 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. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Richland Center Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfis and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Zimmerman and fam ily spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hochstettler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schaublin spent Wednes day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hilty. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badertscher and son. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Basinger and daughter of Indianapolis called at the Amos Luginbuhl home, Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McClain, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Forton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell, Mrs. Martha Barclay, Mrs. Mary Hunter, Myrtle Mangus, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hirschield of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Moorehead. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of Lima and Mrs. C. F. Niswander Dean, Mrs. Racine Warren and and and and Mr. son son Mr. daughter Rachel w re Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Niswander and daughter Letha of Bellevue. Charles, Mrs. James Suter and Mrs. W. Schaublin Mr. and Mrs. Je~ Yoakam and son Gary spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz. AP k (sususmo I85« S SELF-5ERUKE PRICE TAG RED RATION POINTS ON TAG Red Numbers for Red Stamp Foods 1 RED STAMP VALUES 4t Fresh Meats LEAN, MEATY SPARE RIBS......... PORTERHOUSE CTCAW f1’““ Quality QI CMIV well Trimmed .. SLICED PORK LIVER........ PORK loin roast ... CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Vcnfs Smoked .ueuid Bn1 Coi)kd Cl FROM BACK FATS SALT PORK......... ANY SIZE PIECE SOUSE ................. SPIt ED HAM Sliced ........................ READY TO EAT UAU? Whole or nMlYl) Shank Half ........... SLICED SMOKED UAUQ Center Cut flHPIJ Ready to Eat ... Canned Meat & Fish CHICKEN OF THE SEA GRATED TUNA FISH .... BREAST OF CHICKEN TUNA FISH .......... A&P FANCY TUNA FISH „„...... LIBBY’S POTTED MEAT 3*4-ox. cane .................... ARMOl B’S TREET 12-oz. can .................... Cheese BENCH CURED COLORED CHEDDAR CHEESE WISCONSIN HELD CHEESE PHIEYDELPH1A cream CHEESE H. For dehorning cattle write G. Edwards, 223 Jefferson St., Findlay, Ohio. Arteries masculated and no bleeding. 49 tf sale—Purebred Hampshire Papers. For male hog one year old. Amos Klingler, Bluffton phone. For sale—Sorrel mare 4 yrs. old, well broke, wt. 1450. Dennis Diller, Bluffton phone. To loan out—Young Brown Swiss bull. Raymond Moser, Bluffton phone. For sale—Four year old colt, .veil broke. C. M. Keiffer, 3 miles south on county line. 3l-or. MEL-O-BIT CHEESE CHEESE MARGARINE............. GOOD LICK MARGARINE............. MI CHOICE MARGARINE CRESTVIEW’ FRESH EGGS Honoring Pvt. and Mrs. Gerald Ba singer, who were married last Friday, a wedding dinner was held Sunday at the home of the bridegroom’s mother, Mrs. Martha Basinger of near Bluff ton. The following guests were pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. Emory Basinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dill man and daughter of Bluffton, Miss Virginia Zaun, Mrs. Walter Grazely and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lip pincott and daughter all of Lima and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Basinger and daughter of Indianapolis, Ind. Pvt. Basinger will leave April 1st for Buckley Field, Colorado, where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maidlow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dailey and son James and Mrs. Harry Clouser spent Sunday with their son, Wayne Dailey at Camp Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcer Badertscher and family spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Basinger and daughter of Indianapolis, Ind., called on Mr. and Mrs. Leland Basinger and daughters at the Gid Bucher home, Sunday afternoon. Armorsville The L. A. S. and W. M. S. of Lib erty Chapel church will meet with Mrs. Helen Caris, Thursday afternoon, April 8th. Mrs. W. I. Moore and son Raymond Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore and If you've been worried about remembering what foods you can get with your blue stamps and what items you con get with your red stamps, ease your mind. A&P has installed a simple system that lets you know at a glance what stamps to use for each rotoned food. When you shop at A&P, the RED RATION POINT Your RED (tamp* of War Ration Book No. 2 are valid for these foods: Fresh, Smoked and Canned Meats, Canned Fish and Shell Fish, Cheese (many perishable cheeses are not rationed!) Butter, mar garine, and most fats and oils (mayon naise and salad dressing are not ra tioned). RED RATION numbers on A&P price tags on shelves, bins, and displays of foods te!l you that RED STAMPS are required for their purchase. Your BLUE stomps of War Ration Cook No. 2 are valid for these foods: Canned and bottled fruits and vegetables, juices, soups, baby foods, dried fruits and peas, beans, and lentils, dehydrated soups, ketchup and chili sauce, etc. These arc marked with BLUE numerals to tell you that ycur BLUE STAMPS arc required tor their purchase. PRICE Point Cost Ter Lb. ib. 25c in. BLUE STAMP VALUES Canned Vegetables IONA TOMATOES ib 44c 43c ib. 63c NO pkg. AMERICAN sliced........................ KRAFT’S VELVEETA *4..b. pkg .............. Butter, Lard, Oleo, etc. FANCY 92-SCORE BUTTER CARTON PVRE LARD......................... KEYKO ................... FRESH 8l’NNY BROOK EGGS 0Lr“aT 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE............2 LBS 41c RED CIRCLE COFFEE............2 LBS 47c BOKAR COFFEE .................. 2 LBS. 51c USE RATION BOOK NO. 1 COUPON NO. 26 GOOD FOR 1-LB. no. IONA PEAS lb. No. 2 can .......................... IONA ib 40c GREEN BEANS No. 2 FEAS 19c Canned Fruits COCKTAIL 19c lb. 25c lb. PLUMS NO. ... IONA PEACHES daughter of Detroit, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dye. W. I. Moore .s spending two weeks at Magnetic Springs, Ohio. Mrs. Henry Grismore and daughters and Mrs. 0. P. Hartman called on Jay Hartman at the Lima Memorial hos pital, Friday. Donald McCafferty is spending a twelve day furlough at home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty in honor of their son Donald, were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Guider, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guider and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Flem ming and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rol land Guider, Mrs. Amy Berringer, Mrs. Bertha Shelly, Miss Margaret Guider, Mrs. Maxine McCafferty, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Guider and daughter, Gerald Harshey and Mary Ellen Mc Cafferty of Ada. Dale Moore called on his mother, Mrs. W. I. Moore, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and son Donald spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCafferty and family of Kenton. Elrose Sunday dinner guests at the M. J. Stratton home were: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Klingler and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stratton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Christman, daughter Rose, sons Robert and Edgar of Find lay honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Christman of Frbana, Ill. Bernard has completed his naval training there and has been tranferred to California. 2 can no. PINEAPPLE no. A&P SECTIONS 27c PEAS ib. 38c SOUP ib. 34c 22c Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nonnamaker FOOD..& PLENTY OF IT! RATIONEDUNRATIONED [75 PRICE TAG RATION POINTS 1 A ON TAG C* I Ml I* W £*4*1* n Point Co»t 2 TOMATOES x„. .... IONA lb. 17c ib. 33c WHITE CORN x„. 2 eo„.. 13 2 e.o.... APPLE SAUCE xo. 2... GRAPEFRUIT 2.. Miscellaneous 39c IONA SPIHACH 41c no. 2 14 .......... THANK YOU ASPARAGUS 14’4-OZ. NIBLETS GOLDEN CORK ,2.„. „„........... 35c LITTLE KERNEL finnil Cream Style VUnn No. 2 can .................... GREEN GIANT can IONA WAX ib. 35c 14 13 14 10 2 can BEAHS no ANN PAGE KETCHUP He ANN PAGE TOMATO lOKj-oz. can ...................... CAMPBELL’S TOMATO SOUP 2 for 43c 10*4-oz. can ...................... HEINZ TOMATO SOUP 17c 11-oz. can ........................ CAMPBELL’S VEGETABLE SOUP ib. 10’j-oz. can .................... New Reduced Point Vai. 53c TETLEY DEHYDRATED SOUP ib. 3-OZ. pkg...................... liisu retened Borde Grapefruit JUICE 46-os. can ............. APTE GRAPEFBCIT ib. 25c JUICE lb. 18-oz. can TOMATO LOVER’S 19c *4-oz. can JUICE e.„.................... DOLE’S PINEAPPLE doz. 47c None JUICE 12-oz. can ........................ APPLE KEG doz. 49c 29c APPLE JUICE w.g„. MICHIGAN BEET SUGAR 5 JANE PARKER THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1943 and daughter Kaye spent Sunday at the London Basinger home. ’’rs, Howard Stauffer of Bluffton was an afternoon caller. Mrs. J. S. Fisher is somewhat im proved at the Bluffton hospital at th s time. GRAPEFRUIT 16 He 16 13c 14 He LOADED WITH Jl’ICE. FLORIDA ORANGES SX..... a. CHICKENS BLUE PIKE 14 2t„r 27c can 16 2 io, 33c No. 2 can ............. 2 for 33c 15 2 for 31 DOUGHNUTS 19 2 or 41c 14 3for 29c 10 13c AXN PAGE NOODLES 2r„, 23c 19c SEEDLESS 13c 12c A&P LARGE PRUNES 15c PRUNES 15c 2 -on. bottle for 27c 19c OATS............. 3 for 25c CEREALS Vsonea lie N.B.C. SHREDDED WHEAT 2 for 23c Pickles, Olives, etc. 27c IIARBA VER’S SWEET PICKLES 13c HARBAUER 2 for 25c —32c USE RATION BOOK NO. 1 COUPON NO. 12 GOOD FOR 5 POUNDS DILL PICKLES..... 5c :he Revival services in progress at Bethesda church. Callers during last week at Ami Nonnamaker home were Mr. Mrs. J. C. Gallant of Lima Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Arnold, Mr. and Walter Hamilton, Charley Nonnamaker and Mr. Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker and son Ralph. the and and Mrs. daughter Bet iy, and Word w’as received last week of the birth of a little son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton of El Dorado, Ark. This makes Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strat ton great-grand-parents. Charley being the son of Leland Stratton formerly of this place. Glenn and Faery Nonnamaker call ed at the Howard Nonnamaker home Friday evening. BLUFFTON MARKETS Wednesday Morning Hogs—160 to 200, $15.20 200 to 250, $15.35 roughs, $14.25 stags, $11.75. Calves, $16.75 lambs, $15.00. Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, $1.54 corn, 84c oats, 60c soys, $1.66. About 200 diseases affecting plants can be spread by spores present on seeds. Seed disinfection helps to prevent the distribution of seed borne diseases. NUMBERS on the price toga displayed with rationed foods tell that these items can bo “bought" with RED STAMPS ... The BLUE NUMBERS on tha tog, dis played with rationed foods tell you that the stamps you are required to "spend" are BLUE. That's all there is to it Red numbers moan red stamps blue num bers mean blue stamps. dnjcL^/uuJcJJvL&tL UNRATIONED FOODS! Fresh Fruits & Vegetables CALIFORNIA GROWN FRESH ASPARAGUS SX... TOMATOES FLORIDA SEEDLESS 33c lb. QI ALITY REPACKS FRESH 29c l-lb. ctu. 29c 57c SWEET, JTENDER ROOTS, FRESH large bunch CARROTS PRICE FRESH ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE & s’"d each I3C FIRM SOLID HEADS. FRESH GREEN CABBAGE STEWING CHICKENS 16 12c ib. 10c Poultry & Fish Under 3T4-lbs................ lb. ROASTING 36c Large 5-lbs. and Over ....... lb. 46c Fresh Lake Erie .................. Ib. ALL DRESSED, 29c PAN READY lb. 25c Bakery Department ENRICHED SLICED MARVEL BREAD 3 JANE PARKER CHERRY LAYER CAKE 16 2 for 33c 29c 31c .. each 12c doz. Macaroni Products 28c lb. ANN PAGE MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI 3 box MVELLER’S MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI 18c lb. box 9-oz. Q pkg. WV Prunes and Raisins 2 RAISINS....... 1b. 25c Pkg- 2 SULTANA MEDIUM 1b. box 30c 28c Hot and Cold Cereals CORN FLAKES SUNNYFIELD 3for 8-o»- Km pkg. vG He Ige. pkg. 20c 10-ct. pkg. 21c pkgs. STUFFED OLIVES .' 9c PLAIN OLIVES..... 26c 27c 10’4-oz. ... jar 29c qt. 18c qt. Come in Get Your Free Copy of MRS. 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