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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1944
Chas. Hummon of Leipsic, well known here, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Deppler of South Main street the first of the week. Martin Koch of South Main street is a surgical patient in the Bluffton hospital it was announced Wednes day morning. Mrs. Fred Smith of Findlay is spending two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Clever and family of South Main street. Miss Helen Clever of Mansfield, a sister of Mr. Clever, is also visiting here. Mr. end Mrs. Richard Ludwig and daughter Nancy of Lima were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Am stutz on Mound Street, Sunday, the occasion marking the birthday anni versary of Mr. Amstutz. Mrs. E. C. Ludwig of Popular street and her guest Ens. and Mrs. Francis Camicom of Key West, Fla., accom panied by Mrs. Clayton Harkness and Miss Twila Carnicom of Blutffon spent Sunday in Indianapolis with Mrs. Ludwig’s son, Glen Carnicom and family. Amstutz Cannery Operates every Tuesday and Friday until further notice Efficiency Integrity Progress Ambulance Service Phone 222-W 239 S. Main St. Miss Mary Nicholas of Knoxville, Tenn., is a guest of Mrs. N. W. Cun ningham of South Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wells and daughter Christine of Lima spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Helen Wells and aunt Mrs. Sibyl Mollett. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Kimmel and Mrs. William Fiser, of Lima, and Mrs. Veldean Carts visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caris, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Manley Thompson and families of Toledo visited the first of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson of Spring street. Jean Huber Appears In Penn State Play Jean Huber, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. L. L. Huber, of State Col lege, Pa., former Bluffton area resi dents, played one of the leading roles in the -play, “Claudia”, presented recently as Penn State College’s Players final dramatic production of the semester. Miss Huber, a graduate of Wooster High school, formerly attended Kent State university in Ohio before trans ferring to Penn State college. BLUFFTON MARKETS Wednesday Morning Grain (bushel prices) Wheat $1.55 com $1.12 oats 75c soys $1.84. W. ti. Graft Family Shoe Store tStore Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. ra,. Saturday 8 a* m. to 10:30 p. m. Closed ail day* Thursday. SERVICE within keeping of present day conditions. Basinger Funeral Home W. Comb* Licen»ed Funer*l Director in Charge during «b»ence of Stanley E. Basinger, who la serving our country in its Armed Forces. POULTKY RAISERS Get rid of the boarders by having your poultry flock culled. Now is the time to do it. We pay highest prices for your poultry. If you are in need of baby chicks we will have them for you thru June. Our new supply of 3 and 5 gal. Galvanized poultry waterers has arrived and are priced right. JORG HATCHERY Phone 182W It's fresh daily— and remember.. tf $ As an added precaution against summer ills insist on pasteurized milk. You can be sure of getting genuine pasteurized milk by asking for Hy-Grade Dairy Milk THE ONLY PASTEURIZED MILK SOLD IN BLUFFTON Look for “Hy-Grade Dairy” on the bottle HY-GRADE DAIRY Phone 398-W for delivery at your door THE BLUFFTON NEWS B. F. BIERY. Business Mgr. C. A. BIERY, Editor Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio, by th ^Bluffton Npws Publishing and Printing Co. Subscription rates: Year, $2.00 six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S. Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio, under the Act of March 3, 1879. See us for blankets—we have a layaway plan. Peter Gratz store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bronson and family of Beaverdam visited with his parents here Sunday. Come to Gamble’s for your paint and wall paper needs. Gamble’s Deal er Store. Eddie Reichenbach spent the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Porter of Columbus Grove. The Pine restaurant will close from Wednesday morning, July 5 to Thursday morning, July 13. 11 Mrs. Ed Hilty and Mrs. Mary Som mer of Pandora visited Wednesday at the home of Miss Sarah Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schumachar and family of Dayton, former Bluff ton residents, visited here over the week end. PLAY safe. Don’t make harsh lax atives a habit. Try new Post’s Raisin Bran to add gentle bulk to daily meals help you keep reg ular. It’s new—it’s delicious! Mrs. Wm. Gregory and family of Rochester, Mich., spent the past week with Mrs. Gerald Filhart and family north of Bluffton. Blankets? Boxed? Yes, we have them 100%, 50% and 5% wool. Peter Gratz store. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Gratz of, Da*y ton visited the first of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter* Gratz and family of South Law’n avenue. Keep your basement sweet and dry during the summer—Stop Damp will do it. No trouble, no mess, no odor. Basinger Furniture store. Miss Betty Main of Thurman street spent the week end with her husband Charles Philip Main at the Naval Training station in Great Lakes, III. Mr. and Mrs. Havel Dodge and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lee of Toledo visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and family. Guests at the Deerhake home Sat urday evening were S/Sgt. Kermit Deerhake, Miss Maxine Cantor of St. Marys and Mrs. Robert Deerhake and son Donnie. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steams and family of Spring street spent the ■week end in Toledo visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Castanian and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Carbin. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lauer and daughter? Betty Jane p£ Gardiner, Mont., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes and family, Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fenton and two sons of Massillon are spending the week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fenton of South Lawn avenue. Monuments and grave markers, a wide selection and range of prices. Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St. Bluff ton phone 429-W. Representing Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Baumgartner of Mishawaka, Ind., are visiting this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baumgartner and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bogart. On your next shopping trip re member to get Powderene, the wonder rug cleaner and Mirra Moth Proof, positive protection against moths. Both at Basinger’s Furniture store. tf A. C. Griffith of Madison, W. Va., a former Bluffton resident is visiting at the home home of his brother, R. E. Griffith and family of South Lawn avenue and other relatives and friends here. Ice cream social with ice cream, home made cake and chick sandwich es on Presbyterian church lawn, Sat urday night, June 24, 730 to 10:30 p. m. Auspices Troop 82, Bluffton Boy Scouts. Help send a boy to camp. Mrs. Paul Geiser and little son have moved from the Mrs. Clara Geiser farm near Rockport to the Staater apartment above the Peter Gratz dry goods store. Mr. Geiser now in naval service is stationed at Great Lakes, Ill. Misses Betty Jean and Anita Pan nabecker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pannabecker of Ann Arbor, Mich., visited at the home of their cousin, Miss Alice Ruth Pannabecker of College road and accompanied young people of the First Mennonite church here to their summer confer ence at Camp Mack, Indiana. Mrs. Elizabeth Althaus and daught er Bernice of North Jackson street are visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Huber at State College, Pa. While there they expect to meet Lt. and Mrs. C. C. Althaus of Ft. Beloir, Va., where he is serving in the department of psychiatry. Mrs. Hu ber and Lt. Althaus are the daughter and eon of Mr Althaus of this place. Diller ambulance removals Mrs. Dull Battles from Bluffton hospital to her home in Mt. Cory Mrs. John Kinsinger from Bluffton hospital to the home of her sister, Mrs. Jacob Hochstettler of Spring street Von Strahm from Bluffton hospital to his home near Rawson Wm. Kincaid from Bluffton hospital to his home Mrs. Duluth Strunk from her home near Bluffton to Lima Memorial hos pital. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, See us for blankets—we have a layaway plan. Peter Gratz store. Mrs. F. E. Houston was a guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Price in Findlay. Mrs. Karl Aukerman and son spent Sunday in Findlay at the home of her parents. Miss Ellajean Downey of Lima is a guest of Miss Janet Andrews this week. Pvt. Karl Gable of Camp Reynolds, Pa., spent the week end with his wife and daughter Janis. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and son Buddy were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tomlinson at Lima. Mrs. Gail Rakosky has returned home after spending two months with her husband, Cpl. Gail Rakosky at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Indian blankets sateen bound in blue, green, cedar and maroon. Size 72 by 84 for $2.87 each. Peter Gratz store. C. W. Lona and daughter Marcile of Grove street spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Lora and daught er Rachel of Blissfield, Mich. Mrs. H. W. Althaus spent the week end in State College, Pa., the guest end ni State College, Pa., the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Huber and family. Mrs. R. L. Triplett and Rev. and Mrs. E. N. Bigelow are in Wooster attending Presbyterian synodical and missionary meetings. S/Sgt. Kermit Deerhake who spent the past two weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Deerhake of South Main street left Sunday for Camp Hulen, Texas. Two gallon can Gamble’s pure Penn motor oil $1.0 plus 12c federal tax batteries $4.15 exchange and up, visor mirrors, tire pumps, metal cast flash lights, flashlight batteries. Gamble’s Dealer Store. Misses Betty Matter and Dorothy McCoy of Ft. Wayne who visited the former’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Matter and other relatives the past week have returned to their homes. Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Bame and their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bower were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Dean Myers and family in Mans field. Harold W’oods of Detroit is visit ing at the home of his mother, Mrs. Bertha Woods of West College avenue. After spending several days here he expects to visit friends in Boston for a week. Chicken sandwiches, home made cake and ice cream at the ice cream social, Saturday night, June 24 on the Presbyterian church lawn. Auspices Troop 82, Bluffton Boy Scouts. Pat ronize the social and help send a boy to camp. Miss Corrinne Bresco of Chicago who visited at the home of Miss Fern Bixel is spending the week at Camp Mack, Indiana with a group of young people of the First Mennonite church who are holding a summer conference there. Mrs. Levi Hauenstein is spending the week in Toledo visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Gratz were here last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gratz at the Merlin Zimmerly home. Mrs. Amos Gratz who has been ill is im proving. Guests at the home of Mrs. Peter Gratz of South Jackson street, Sun day, were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Law rence and children Kenneth Carl and Catherine May of Harrod and Mrs. Lena Basinger and daughters Esther and Mrs. Irene Schumacher of Pan dora and Miss Lydia Gratz. Noah Amstutz and children of Lima were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gable of North Jackson street. Evening call ers were Pvt. and Mrs. Karl Gable and daughter Janis and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Campbell and children Raelene and Arlene. REWARD to housewives. Some thing new for breakfast. Post’s Raisin,Bran, a magic combination of crisp-toasted wheat and bran flakes plus California raisins. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Blunk w’ere dinner guests at the home of his mother Mrs. Wm. Lightner of South Lawn avenue, Sunday. The dinner was in honor of Mr. Blunk’s 50th birthday anniversary. He is a form er Bluffton resident, now operating a barber shop in Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes, Mrs. Mary Kathary, Mrs. Paul Studler and Mrs. Gail Rakosky attended a birth day party and family reunion at the home of Mrs. Chris Lauer at Colum bus, Friday. The occasion marked the 80th birthday anniversary of Mrs. Lauer, a sister of Mrs. Kathary. Among those from out of tow’n who will be here over the week end to attend the wedding of Miss Lora Schultz and Russell Oyer are Miss Bargen of Mountain Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schultz and little daughter Eileen of South Bend, Ind., and Miss Helene Quiring of New York city. Miss Bargen is an aunt, Mr. Schultz a brother and Miss Quiring an intimate friend of the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lehman and daughter, Mrs. Lola Taylor are spend ing several days with Mrs. Lehman’s aunt, Mrs. Alice Brobeck of North Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman and daughter are moving from Pon tiac, III., to Lima, where he has been assigned to a new location as repre sentative of a life insurance company. The Lehman family are former Bluff ton residents, having lived here twen ty-five years ago. olno Rationing Calendar So that you may keep in mind the numerous important war-time ra tioning dates, the Bluffton News is publishing this weekly reminder: MEATS. BI TTER. CHEESE. FATS, CANNED FISH AND CANNED MILK—Book 4 red stamps A-18, thru W-8 good for 10 points each under token ration ing indefinitely. PROCESSED FOODS—Book 4 Blue stamps A-8, through V-8 good for 10 points each under token rationing indefinitely. GASOLINE—Stamp 12 in A book good for 3 gallons of gaso line thru September 21. SUGAR—Stamps 30, 31 & 32 in Book 4 good for 5 pounds of sugar indefinitely. Stamp 40 good for 5 pounds under can ning allotments until Feb. 28, 1945. Spare stamp 37 must ac company applications for addi tional canning sugar asked from rationing boards. SHOES—Airplane stamp 1 and 2 good indefinitely. Mayor’s Notice Monthly collection of rubbish will be made on Tuesday, June 27. All patrons are requested to have rub bish ready in containers early in the morning placed where easily acces sible for hauling. W. A. Howe, Mayor Reunions The Owens school reunion will be held Sunday, June 25 at Richland Grange hall. Basket dinner at noon. Pres., Dale Owens sec., Claribel Owens. WANT-ADS Lost—Ration Books 3 and 4. Find er please return to Grover Devier, South Main St. 11 For sale—Reo truck suitable for making into buck rake. Inquire 228 North Lawn Ave. For sale—Several farms consisting of 60, 80 and 120 acres. Mrs. H. W. Althaus, phone 238-W. For sale—Harvard piano, bookcase and writing desk combined, ward robe and large child’s bed. Georgia Yerger, S. Jackson St. Notice—The Lion who took the speaker’s hat by mistake is asked to return it to the Lape Co. For sale—100 New Hampshire Red pullets 3 months old also White Rock friers. Harold Marshall, Bluff ton phone 533-T. For sale—Kitchen range 3 burner oil stove and heavy spring wagon. All good condition. Geo. Schmidt. 10 For sale—Stark fruit trees for fall planting. Order early. L. A. Oberly, salesman, 140 Cherry St. Wanted—Girl for Saturday after noon and evening work. Gamble’s Dealer Store. For sale—Large library table, iron ing board and comfort frames. In quire 130 Railroad street. Found—Gold locket. Rollie Moser, Bluffton phone 532-W. For sale—Italian Castello accordion and music stand. Mrs. Fred Swank, Pine Hotel. Lost—Small gold pin with pear in center. Finder please return to News office. Reward. For sale—Nice walnut finish exten sion dining table. V. F. Foltz, Beaverdam. Wanted—1,000 customers at the Troop 82 Boy Scout social on the Pres byterian church lawn, Saturday night, June 24. Ice cream, cake, chicken sandwiches. Help send a boy to camp. Found—Billfold. Finder may claim by identifying same. Hugh Cham berlain, Bluffton phone 416-W. For sale—Two wheel auto trailer. John Burkholder, 4^ miles south west of Bluffton. For sale—Leather davenport cheap. Noah Badertscher, miles north of Beaverdam. For sale—Movie projector 16-mm also 3 100-ft. films, and 3 ft. by 4 ft. screen, all good as new. Hugh Cham berlain, Bluffton phone 416-W. For rent—Double room for girls with kitchen privileges. Inquire 110 N. Jackson street. Phone 348-W. For sale—Sweet cherries and goose berries. Eph Amstutz, Bluffton phone 626-T. See Rell Potee for lawm mower sharpening. Rell Potee, S. Mound Street, Bluffton. 9 See me for cleaning septic tanks, vaults and cisterns. Address Post Office Box 1, Bluffton, Ohio. 10 Wanted—To rent or 3 room furnished apartment married couple no children. Inquire for Wm. Snider at Triplett Electrical Inst. Co. 12 Wanted—Rags suitable for w’iping machinery. Will pay 10c per pound. Steiner's Chevrolet Garage. 9 Wanted—To buy 40 to 60 acre farm near Bluffton, Beaverdam or Cairo. Oren Dickason, 221 W. Uni versity Ave., Ada, Ohio. Phone: Blue 319. 10 For sale—Healthy started chicks two weeks old at reduced prices. Jorg Hatchery, Cherry St., Bluffton. Bluffton phone. tf For sale—The W. J. Jackson resi dence on South Main street consist ing of 8 room house all modern with three car garage also brick and 1 frame machine shop building at Grove and Jackson streets. Inquire 568 S. Main Street. 9 Clubs, J^odgeS and (Societies Schultz-Oyer Wedding of Miss Lora Schultz, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Schultz of Bluffton and Russell Oyer will take place at the First Men nonite church here Saturday evening at 8:30 o’clock. Open church will be observed. Mr. Oyer, a student in the Uni versity of Illinois Medical college, Chicago, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Oyer of Congerville, Ill. Miss Oyer has chosen for her maid of honor, Miss Magdalene Thiessen of Minneapolis, formerly of Bluffton college. Bridesmaids will be the Misses Marcille and Lucille Steiner of Bluffton. Rev. Alvin Beachy of Normal, Ill., a Bluffton college classmate of the bridegroom will be best man. Rev. J. N. Smucker, pastor of the bride will officiate. Preceding the ceremony a musical program will be given with Prof. Otto Holtkamp at the organ, violin selections by Laurence Burkhalter of Ypsilanti, Mich., formerly of Bluff ton college and vocal numbers by Miss Dorothy Burner of Findlay, a graduate of the college music depart ments Ushers will be Harold Schultz of South Bend, Ind., and Karl Schultz of Ypsilanti, Mich., brothers of the bride. Miss Edith Amstutz will be in charge of decorations. Miss Schultz is a graduate of Bluffton college in the class of 1943 and has taught public school music at Stryker and Leipsic. Mr. Oyer, who was graduated from Bluffton college in the class of 1942 is a junior in the medical school in Chicago in which city the couple will reside. Oyer-Suter Wedding of Miss Magdalene Oyer of Bluffton and Charles Suter of Pandora will take place in the Bluff ton college chapel, Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. Open church will be observed. Rev. Forrest Musser, pastor of Grace Mennonite church, Pandora, will officiate. The bride elect is the eldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oyer of North Lawn avenue. Mr. Suter Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elam Suter of Pandora. Both he and his bride elect are graduates of Bluffton col lege. Following the ceremony a recep tion for the immediate families will be held in the Musselman library after which the couple will leave on a short trip. Wedding Announced Announcement has been received here of the wedding of Lieut, (j. g.) Eugene Heckathorn of the Naval Reserve to Miss Margaret Juliette Stauf. Lieut. Heckathorn is the son or Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heckathorn of Indianapolis, former Bluffton resi dents. His bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stauf of Hunt ington, Long Island. The wedding took place last Thurs day at the Huntington Crescent club. To Wed in Pandora Wedding of Miss Madalene Mc Cune, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCune to Weldon Deppeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deppeler, both of Bluffton will take place Friday at the home of Rev. Mitchell in Pan dora. Wed at Ebenezer Church Wedding of Miss Frances Irene Hitchcock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hitchcock and Evan R. Burk holder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Burkholder, both of Columbus Grove will take place at the Ebenezer Men nonite church Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Rev. A. C. Schultz, pastor of the church will officiate. Richland Grange Richland Grange will visit Jackson Grange on Friday night at which time a prograhi of music and read ings will be given. All members are urged to attend. Regular meeting will be held next Tuesday night in the Grange hall. Response to roll call will be “What I Like Best About Farming”. Motion pictures on farm and home safety will be shown. Progressive Mothers Club The Progressive Mothers club will meet with Mrs. Pauline Gable next Tuesday night. The program fol lows: Devotionals, Bernice Deerhake The Nervous Child, Lavonne Crawfis Temper Tantrums. Alice Devier Children in Poetry, Margaret Steiner. Busy Bee 4-H Club The Busy Bee 4-H club will meet at the high school building Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Orange Twp. 4-H Orange Township 4-H clubs met at the Community center last Wed nesday night. Twenty members of the Girls Gold Star club and 15 of the Boys Lucky Go Getters were present. Miss Horst of the state department and Forrest Hall, county agent ap peared on the program and C. E. Wilson, photographer for the Ohio State university extension service PAGE FIVE took pictures of the group activities. The girls club reported that 3,700 pounds of paper and 1,200 pounds of rags had been collected in a salvage drive for which they received $40.20. The next meeting will be held on Monday at the Community Center with Edith Stuber giving a demon stration and a special number by Rosella Moser. Luginbuhl-Habegger Wedding of Miss Marcile Lugin buhl, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Luginbuhl of' East Kibler street and Howard Habegger, son of Noah Habegger of near Mt. Cory will take place Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock in the First Mennonite church. The couple will be unattended and Rev. J. N. Smucker, pastor of the bride will officiate. The bride is a graduate of Bluffton high school and is now employed at the Triplett plant here. The bride groom is a graduate of Mt. Cory high school and engaged in farm ing. The couple will live on the Habegger farm near Mt. Cory. Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Friday night at 8 o’clock. Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. F. E. Houston in the home of her parents, Thursday night, honoring Mrs. Clifford Swisher the former Carolyn Stonehill whose wed ding was an event of April 22. The evening was spent with va rious games and contests. Contest prizes were won by Marjorie Buck land and Harriet Biome who pre sented them to the bride. A dainty lunch was served fol lowing the gift shower. Those present were: Miss Geneva Hankish, Harriet Biome, Betty Murray, Mar jorie Buckland, Marilyn Hofer, Olive De Camp, Dorothy Greding, Betty Bracy, Meredith Burkholder, Mrs. Gerald Caris, Eugene Mericle, Clar ence Stonehill, Grover Swisher, Ger ald Hilty, C. F. Stratton and the hostess Mrs. F. E. Houston. A gift was also received from Miss Winifred Fett who was unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Swisher are residing in Lima. Silk Shirts In pre-war times a traveler could buy a made-to-measure, pure silk shirt for $1.50 in Beirut. Lebanon. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING Every Load Insured STAGER BROS. Bluffton. Ohio Local Office For Acousticon Hearing Aid Also Batteries for all Makes MRS. WALTER GRATZ, 110 South Lawn Ave. Phone 467-W. If destruction hit your home ... tonight! Could you start plans to morrow morning with sufficient -ready money for its replace ment You could if your property is properly insured. See us today for such insur ance—you may need it to morrow. W. F. IUTZI Fire Auto Bonds THEATRE QTAD 1 nil Bluffton THURS.-FRI.-SAT. ABBOTT & COSTELLO in “HIT THE ICE” SUN.-MON. “CLAUDIA” with DOROTHY7 MCGUIRE and ROBERT YOUNG TUES.-WED. ANN SOTHERN & JAMES CRAIG in “SWING SHIFT MAISIE” July 27, 28, 29 “Home In Indiana"