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PAGE FOUR
Settlement
Officers elected Sunday morning
by the Ebenezer Mennonite Sunday
school were: Supt., Milo Lora
Assistant Supt., Waldo Hofstettler
Secretary-Treasurer, Vinton Bucher
assistant, John Nusbaum manager,
Clifton Diller assistant, Morris Nis
wander chorister, Leroy Lugibihl
assistant, Chris Gratz librarian,
Ferol Althaus pianist, Mrs. Vinton
Bucher assistant, Mrs. Milo Lora
Sunday school committee, Wm. J.
Luginbill primary supt., Vera
Amstutz assistant, Kathleen Amstu
tz home department supt., Mrs.
Melvin Zimmerly assistant, Mrs.
Waldo Hofstetter Radio committee,
Waldo Hofstetter. Ushers are elect
ed by the church to serve as ushers
for the Sunday school.
The five children of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Moser were ill the past
week with the flu. Larry was very
sick with bronchial pneumonia, but
they are all improving.
Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Men
no Burkholder was ill the past week.
Miss Rebecca Hofstetter, student
of Wheaton College arrived home
the latter part of last week to spend
the holiday vacation with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hofstetter.
Graveside rites for the six-day old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benton,
east of Pandora were held Wednes
day morning in Pleasant Ridge
cemetery Rev. Forest Musser of
ficiating. The infant died Monday
evening in Bluffton Community
hospital. Besides the parents he is
survived by two sisters, Marilyn
Ann and Carrie Lou.
Mrs. Mary Lugibuhl is assisting
in the home of her neice Mrs. Carl
Simon, of Ada, since the new’
arrival in the home.
Raymond Moser hooked up to the
Ohio Power Company since last
week.
Ray Marshall east of Bluffton who
had an operation for ruptured ap
pendix at the Bluffton Community
hospital two weeks ago is now on
the way of recovery.
Mrs. Barbara Welty wras remem
bered on her 75th birthday anniver
sary, December 6 with cards, letters,
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Efficiency Integrity Progress
Ambulance Service
Phone 222-W 239 S. Main St.
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“gwar
A. Hauenstein & Son
Service
put ii 041 4f6Ub
A gift of health insurance for your family
Hy-Grade Dairy Milk
THE ONLY PASTEURIZED MILK SOLD IN BLUFFTON.
To your health—pasteurized milk.
HY-GRADE DAIRY
Call phone 398-W for delivery at your door.
pictures and handkerchiefs by her
many friends and relatives. She is
quite active and her hobby is
crocheting rag rugs and piecing
quilt tops for her friends. She ex
presses thanks to one and all who
remembered her on the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Gratz return
ed Wednesday morning from Wash
ington, D. C., where they delivered a
truckload of eggs the first of the
week and took in sights of the city.
Mrs. Omar Gratz will entertain
the ladies chorus of St. John church
with a Christmas party and gift ex
change Friday evening.
Mrs. Rev. P. J. Boehr left the
forepart of the week for Ypsilanti,
Mich., where she is to visit in the
home of her sister, Rev. and Mrs.
Menno Amstutz. She also expects to
spend some time in the home of
Rev and Mrs. Aubrey Henderson at
Belleville, Michigan.
Menno Augsburger has been ill
the past week.
Real winter weather is being ex
perienced at present which is quite
a contrast to the splendid fall weath
er we have so greatly enjoyed.
Mary Leichty of Berne, Ind., spent
several days in the Menno Augsburg
er home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kohli and
son Jr. were Sunday dinner guests
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Wenger and family.
Irma Schneck returned to the home
of her parents after several weeks
of ngagements in various distant
churches.
Mrs. Albert Schutz was hostess to
the Women’s Christian Temperance
Union Tuesday evening The mem
bers of the group enjoyed a gift
exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. David Schumacher
have been numbered among the sick
the past week.
Mr and Mrs. Maynard Niswander
and son visited Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Basinger.
APPRECIATED
We greatly appreciate the greet
ings and messages from our many
friends on the occasion of our fifty
fifth wedding anniversary, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Biery
Don’t Suffer
STOMACH
DISTRESS
after meals
Take
NYAL Antacid Powder
This pleasant powder gives prompt relief in cases of
over-acidity or sour stomach, counteracts gas, relieves
bloating, distress and belching. Forms protective
coating over irritated stomach lining. Mildly laxative.
A handy home remedy.
FAMILY
*100
SIZE
JL
within keeping
of present day conditions.
Basinger Funeral Home
W. Combs Licensed Funeral Director in Charge
uring absence of Stanley E. Basinger, who la
serving our country in its Armed Forces.
Elrose
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Klingler and
family of Ada called Sunday at the
Ami Nonnamaker home.
Mrs. Emmaline Nonnamaker, Mr.
and Mrs. Lendon Basinger and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Williamson
bY A*P
baked
FRUIT a
cake
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PACKED
SELF-SERVICE
THE GREAT ATLANTIC A
PACIFIC TEA COMPANY
L,M,N,P Brown
Stamps Are All
ValidThisWeek
Sugar Stamp No. 29
Valid—5 Lbs. Each
SUGAR CURED—2 POINTS
SMOKED PICNICS
WHOLE OR PIECE—3 POINTS
SLAB BACON
LEAN STREAKED—3 POINTS
SALT PORK
COUNTRY STYLE LINK—4 POINTS
PORK SAUSAGE
READY TO EAT—WHOLE
HAMS ,o,NTs
RING 4 POINTS
BOLOGNA
SKINLESS 4 POINTS
FRANKS
LAKE ERIE
SHEEPHEADS
ALL DRESSED
HERRING
FRESH CAUGHT
RED SNAPPERS
FRESH CAUGHT
PERCH
FRESH CAUGHT
BLUE PIKE
We Reserve the Right
to Limit Quantities^
ASSORTED CHRISTMAS
WRAPPING
PAPER
2-17c
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Marshall were
Sunday dinner guests at the Marvin
Reigle home near Beaverdam. Cele
brating the birthday of Lewis
Reigle.
Union prayer services at the
Bethesda church, Thursday evening.
Callers at the A. J. Nonnamaker
home the past week were: Mrs.
CARDBOARD
MAILING
GREEN BEANS
TOMATOES
GOLDEN C0RH1Tr”1»1?"'Meo.i
Brown Stamps
MEL-O-BIT
AMERICAN
AUCECE 10 Points lb.
VnKEdE per lb A box
REFINED
REFINED
PURE LARD U'0' ”..
NV MAID
MARGARINE
Sl’KY or
CRISCO ..... 3 A”
PHILADELPHIA
CREAM CHEESE U’X*.
29c
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
LB.
Prices Subject to
Market Changes
FRUIT
flavored
JELLO
DESSERT
3 21c
Carson Marshall, son Merlin Staff
Sgt. Harold Bell and wife Mrs.
Lendon Basinger, son Gareth Mr.
and Mrs. Emerson Neff, son Bobbie,
daughter Merilyn Flo Stratton J.
D. Clymer Rolland Koontz and
family of Bluffton John Myers Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Koontz and Jean
Ann Klingler.
19
2 IB. CBKt 97c
NIBLETS 12 °z an 13c PEAS
FRUIT COCKTAIL i’.,,.,.
RAISINS 2
RELIABLE FANCY CUT
Marvel Enriched
3P/2-LB.
JANE PARKER CARAMEL
15c
ASPARAGUS
10c
19-ox.
can
DEETR 5 Points
DEE I per can
BL N KER HILL
12c
RIVER BRAND
72c
FANCY RICE.
HERSHEY’S
2
1b.
ctn.
lb.
69c
KARO SYRUP
QUEEN OLIVES
Freshness Quality Value
GETS ALL THREE IN A&P PRODUCE DEPTS.
LATE HOWE VARIETY
CRANBERRIES
CELLO BAG
CALIFORNIA NAVEL
ORANGES
FRESH ICEBERG HEAD
CALIFORNIA PASCAL
CELERY
FLORIDA—LARGE SIZE
Staff Sgt. Harold Bell and wife
are spending a few days with the
Terry Bell family at Marysville.
A family dinner was held Sunday
in honor of Staff Sgt. Harold Bell
in the M. J. Stratton home. Those
enjoying the day were Harold Bell
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bell
and family of West Jefferson, Mr.
People Who Know Fine Foods Say,
GIVE ME A&P BAKED GOODS EVERY TIME
LARGE SIZE
LETTUCE o ze EACH
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CALIFORNIA GROWN
GRAPES
BREAD IDONUTS
GOLD BAR CAKE
i
MARVEL ENRICHED JANE PARKER BA
DINNER ROLLS 6c LAYER CAKE
JANE PARKER FRESH HOMEMADE STYLE
18c JUNE PEAS JU.
24c
SPINACH
POTATO CHIPS &,b 49c MARVEL BREAD 3 IS 29c
Redeem Them Now! Green Stamps D, E, F, Also Valid This Week
Golden Corn Whole Kernel 10 Points Green Giant 18 Stokeley’a 18 Points
e 20 or. can
48 sizEt EACH 14c
S. NO. 1 GRADE gfl A Pi
TANGERINES
INDIANA SWEETS OR GOLDEN
YAMS
FRESH SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT 5
ONIONS
Slicers
tsumsmp
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Pure Veg. Shortening
dexo
6 POINTS PER 1A
3 61c
EACH
LARGE
SKEEN STALK
JPoints KETCHUP-
13c PRUNE PLUMS
IOXA
16c
can
im-oz.
... can
HAVY BEANS iJ jr S
Unrationed
22c
Points
soup
1b.
33c 10c
COCOA
PAPER SHELL
PECANS IX
ctn.
RED LABEL
GRANULATED SOAP
m-lb. |Re
glass IwV
OXYDOL
TOILET SOAP
2Tc
ft
doz.
15 65c
EMPEROR
LARGE
CLUSTERS
35.
LBS.
BEST FOB
BAKING
SWEET SPANISH FANCY HOT HOUSE LEAF
25'
3 22c LETTUCE ». 10c
THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1943
and Mrs. Morris Bell and family of
Columbus Grove, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Christman and family of Findlay,
Mr. and Mrs. W'right Klingler and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mont
gomery and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Stratton and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Koontz and J. D.
Clymer.
Jane Parker
DOZEN
CARTON
DATED
DAILY
each22c
each
10
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AMERICA’S GREATEST
COFFEE
Enjoy Finer, Fresher Flavor
Eight O’Clock Coffee—America’s favorite—is’a blend of finert
i Brazilian coffee...not only that, but it eases to you io the freshly]
W .roasted bean. When you buy, it s Custom Ground exactly right for' i
RED CIRCLE -«=24c ROHM 3««75c
SILVERBROOK
BUTTER
SCORE. POINTS
49C
1 "7
oz. bot.
TOMATO JUICE U.
CAMPBELLS MUSHROOM
18c
.... *an
46-uz.
21c
.... can
.........
BrtLTANA
!0-oz.
cans
21c
KIDNEY BEANS K
SULTANA
45c
GRAPE JAM
Household
3
LAUNDRY SOAP
32c FELS NAPTHA
pkg.
GRANULATED .feoAP
%-lb.
pkg.
18c 49c
RINSO
lb.
FOR THE LAUNDRY
P&G SOAP
bag
16c
_. can
17-oz. n*
.......... jar “C
lb.
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23c
large
pkg.
14c
Ige.
bars
23c
large
pkg.
21c
reg.
bars
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