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EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH Arnold C. Schultz, Pastor Thursday:— 9:30 p. m. Prayer service and Bible Study. Sunday:— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon topic: “A Universal Pray er”. 3:30 p. m. Radio Program from WFIN, Findlay 8:00 p. m. C. E. programs for all ages. 8:45 p. m. Evening service. The subject of the message will be, “The Testimony of Experience.” We invite you to attend the services of the church. EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Pastor Emmanuel's: 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Church school Choir rehearsal Friday evening at 8:30 p. m. Brotherhood of Emmanuel’s and St. John’s meets on Thursday even ing at 8:45 p. m. out at the Em manuel’s church. Mayor W. A. Howe of Bluffton will be the guest speaker. The Girl’s Guild meets at the home of Norma Badertscher on Thursday evening at 8:30 p. m. St. John’s: 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:45 a. m. Morning worship Choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Special Memorial Day Program in Sunday school next Sunday. You are Welcome to Worship with Us. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor Sunday 9:30 Sunday school, under the supervision of Mr. C. D. Hilty classes for everyone. 10:30 Worship Service 6:30 Intermediate Christian En deavor *7:30 The evening service. A pro gram presented by the young people, consisting of music and talks. An offering to be taken to assist them in their plans for the Young Peoples’ Retreat. “The spirit of man is the candle of the Lord.” GREETING CARDS Graduation Birthday Illness Congratulation Sidney’s Drag Shop “A Store of Friendly Service” .xvnrtng the best in shoes for youi money and ration Stamp is definite!) “a family affair" Play safe. Insist upon the Fried- man-Shelby trade mark when buy. ing shoes. This trade mark is your assurance of full shoe value. This Sunday in Ae ■MB.MMMM«—M■■—M— hurchesH FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. A. Weed, Minister Thursday: 7:00 p. m. Meeting of Men’s Brotherhood a fish fry. Rev. E. N. Bigelow will speak. Sunday: 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 a. m., subject: Ancient and Modern Necro mancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypno tism, Denounced. 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. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor Rockport: Annual Union Memorial Sunday service in the Methodist church, at 9:30. Union Church School in the Metho dist church, 10:30. The Methodists will be hosts to the Presbyterians for both church and church school. On Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 30, the annual services and decora tion of graves will be held. Bluffton: Church school 10:00 Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt. Morning Worship 11:00 The Communicants’ Class meets Wednesday, 7:00, and Sunday, 3A)0. The Community Daily Vacation Bible school begins 9:00 Mon'day morning at the Grade School build ing. Sermon for Sunday: The Unknown Soldier Speaks. A high school student defined God saying: “God is that in the universe which makes the whole greater than the sum of its parts.” LUTHERAN CHURCH W. L. Harmony, Pastor 9 a. m. Sunday school DEFENSELESS MENNONITE Stanley Rupp, Pastor Thursday: 8:00 Prayer meeting Sunday: 9:30 Sunday school 7:30 Young People’s service 8:15 Evangelistic service No Singspiration this Sunday even ing. “Right thinking will make a Christian wrong thinking will make an infidel half way thinking will make a modernist lack of thinking reduces man to the level of a brute.” There’s a Friedman. Shelby shoe for every member of the family. $3.95 W. H. Gratz Footwear Shop Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturday 8 a. m. to 10:30 p. in. Cloned all day Thursday beginning June 1 StltLBY SHOES Ebenezer Broadcast Weekly broadcast of the Ebenezer Mennonite church will feature a women’s quartet over Findlay radio station WFIN, at 3:30 p. m. next Sunday. In the quartet are Mrs. jw BULLETS mw BREAD uaat BUY WAR BONDS BOND’S KOSHER OR REGULAR DILL PICKLES NABISCO RITZ CRACKERS BAKER MAID A SODA CRACKERS 2 BURRY'S HOMESPUN ASSORTED COOKIES.......... RECIPE BRAND MARSHMALLOWS AP 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE LB. BAG RED CIRCLE COFFEE 24c BOKAR COFFEE 3 »75c WHITE HOUSE MILK EVAPORATED THE BLUFFTON NEWS, Bl Watson Steiner, Mrs. Eldon Tschiegg, Mrs. Walter Sommer and Mrs. Al bert Diller. Mrs. Milo Lora will be the accompanist. Impossible to teach the man any thing who thinks he know’s it all. OPEN MONDAY EVENING, MAY 29, UNTIL 8 P.M. CLOSED DECORATION DAY, MAY 30 Q/ou, (bonk, Meed Motion, floinki, JoA, JheAe, ... SULTANA STUFFED OLIVES 2-OZ. JL BOTTLE I QC BOND’S SWEET PICKLES TURN TO A&P Thompson Choice Seedless RAISINS 4 47c SULTANA SALAD DRESSING e* MUSTARD ANN PAGE I’CRE 26C CANS ANGEL FOOD 36® 11 each OLD DUTCH CLEAHSER.... 2can. 15c CLIMALEHE.......20c PURE REFINED 1 LARD 2-LB. CARTON HIRE’S ROOT BEER LUX UFFTON, OHIO 0121c 23c 31c 31c TS 11s 1-LB. PKG. LB. PKG. 1-LB. PKG. Only ot A&P Con You Get These Famous Food Values! No other retailer in America offers these brands of fine foods, long fam ous for their exceptional quality and exclusive A&P ‘buys” today and thrifty prices. Try a few of these you’ll realize why millions of smart homemakers prefer them. Compare k QUALITY compare PRICE and see if you don’t agree! KETCHUP lg SULTANA PEANUT 59c 14c BUTTER 2 28c SLLTANA LARGE PLAIN OLIVES .......... 10c GRAPE JELLY 12 SULTANA RASPBERRY PRESERVES 10 ANN PAGE GARDEN relish....... ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI OR MACAROHI 3 27c SI LTANA CIDER VIKEGAR....... 14c dexo 100% VEGETABLE SHORTENING POINT FREE 3-61c JuA/L Jo Cl&P Jo/L dtoUA&hjoId Ualu&A, JANE PARKER 1 LARGE I EXYRACT........... bot 23c SOAP................3b’.7.2lc NORTHERN 1 TISSUE 5 DEL MONTE PRUNES PRUNES fl I 1-LB' 1 CARTON 20 MILE TEAM BORAX........... 2 Pib: 25c HAPTHA SOAP.... 5c 1 YUKON CLUB BEVERAGES I I ALL VARIETIES RED SEAL LYCOHS.............“ °.ilCc BROADCAST REDI-MEAT.......35c LUX SOAP SOAP FLAKES O large p] CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our apprecia tion for the sympathy and kindness shown us in the loss of our beloved son, brother and husband, Roy H. Woods. We are also grateful for the FORF in SMOKED 20c a HAMO ready to eat Shank Halt Shank nan Point Fre* HALF HAMS POINT FREE SUGAR CURED. SMOKED PICNICS ANY SIZE PIECE. POINT FREE SLAB BACON SLICED BACON SUGAR CURED. POINT FREE FLORIDA UNSWEETENED GIANT on 28c CHICKEN OF THE SEA GRATED TUNA FISH SEA VIEW STANDARD QUALITY TOMATOES ..................... SI NNYBROOK 39c RED SALMON.................. Fl RE CANE SUGAR.................. MIRACLE 19c WHOLE KERHEL CORK IONA STANDARD QUALITY WHITE CORN.................. STAR BRAND 16c 26c CORN BEEF HASH.......... THANK YOU BRAND ASPARAGUS .................... CLAPP’S STRAINED 13c BABY FOODS................... FARCY PUMPKIN MARVEL HAMBURGER OR 19c 2 poT8 1 EXTRA LARGE i l| QC SELL SERVICE II I -411 DOTS. 1 7c XWC PKG. consoling words by Rev, J. A. Weed. the services of Mrs. Frank Todd and Mrs. Clayton Murray who sang at the funeral the pallbearers and for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Bertha T. Woods & Family. Mrs. Roy H. Woods. 27c LB. free RINDLESS, “A” GRADE. POINT BACON SQUARES 17c I HtW CROP TEXAS YELLOW ONIONS LOADED EACH MARVEL ENRICHED MARVEL ENRICHED •. and it pays to tarn to A&P ... if getting big taino for your food dollars is important to yon......... Of every dollar you spend for food, part goes for the cost of bringing it to you. Obviousiy, if that handling cost is low, you actually get more food for your dollar. A&P*s cost of bringing foods from source to your mar ket basket is far below average. This means yon get more food for your money when you buy at an A&P Super Market Visit your A&P Super Market today! Learn why women everywhere agree “It’s time to turn to A&P!* VALUE! 33c LB. 36c LB. DE1.C1OVSLT SEASONED. SKINLESS franks «t POINT FREE 29c LB. RING BOLOGNA CENTER SLICES OF HAM p- fresh caught WHITE BASS otw 40c LB. COMPLETELY DRESSED, blue PIKE Jua/l Jo JoA. fanned "BoodA IhdueA,! DOLE SLICED Grapefruit Juice PINEAPPLE NO.2J3 E CAN ...Noe.»!.IOc .. dn IONA STANDARD QUALITY SCLTANA LARGE ^$1.56 RED KIDNEY BEANS CAM PBKLL’S MUSHROOM SOUP 23c DE L.MONTE .X°e. I Ic ... 22c 16c 3 cans 2 IC 13c EARLY GARDEN PEAS IONA STANDARD QUALITY BEETS ......................... A&P FANCY APPLE SAUCE............ EXTRA FANCY DRIED PEACHES ..................... ALIFORM PEARL RICE................ Jine, (Baked $oodA,... famplefe, (DepaAfmenfA. JANE PARKER LARGE BANANA HOTDOGROLLS| LAYER CAKE I POTATO CHIPS 54C DIHNER ROLLS ,1“ 6c RYE BREAD 3“8 29c JANE PARKER CHOCOLATE ICED JANE PARKER AP| WHITE LAYER CAKE........... 35c MARSHMALLOW ROLL............... ....... 21c 30 SIZE DOZ. FRESH CUBAH FOR CANNING PINEAPPLE $3 29 "SIS $4,13 SWEET and tasty iifSL0HS575‘ ORANGES...•--B^.I«*s-----------TOMATOElieFLORIDA-JUICE,WITHOTTi|^- STRAWBERRIES ^ACc CARROTS ^. 2 ^. 15 THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1944 The hog support price of $13.75 per hundredweight, Chicago basis, ■will apply after April 15 to all good and choice hogs weighing from 180 to 270 pounds. Until that date, the price applied only to hogs weighing from 200 to 270 pounds. FINE MEATS ARE A TRADITION AT 36c LB. 33c lb. 48c LB. 15c UR v nRFSSED, PAN READT 27c ...................- WHOLE KERNEL CORN NIBLETS 12-OZ. CANS I RELIABLE FANCY ... 25c WAX BEANS........................... CUT GREEN BEANS NocflI IONA STANDARD QUALITY 39c SPINACH 2 No-«S 15c lie 27c ..... 9c 16c 15c .....x^llc ... 14c .lb: “1'138c cello’bag 21c JANE PARKER FRESH 'pkg.* 25c 4*21’ MESH RQC FRESHNESS QUALITY AND VALUE!