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four FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor 9:30 Sunday school, under the leadership of Mr. C. D. Hilty. lasses for all. 10:30 Soldner sage. 6:30 deavor 8:00 arranged by The Brotherhood. Worship Service. Rev. G. will bring the morning me Intermediate Christian En- Evening MISSIONARY CHURCH A. F. Albro, Pastor Wednesday: 8 p. m. Prayer meeting. Sunday: 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning Worship serv Visiting speaker, Missionary M. Kurlack from Africa. 8.00 p. m. Jug breaking pri by the children. Rev. and Mrs. Kurlack vi speakers. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor Rockport: Morning worship 9:30 Church school 10:30 Mr. Nelson Wells, Supt. Bluffton: Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt. Morning Worship 11:00 the preacher CHURCH OF CHRIST a. m. Bible school EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Pastor Emmanuel’s: 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:45 a. m. Morning worship evening at th« garet Griffith, All girls are attend. This Sim Jay in Ae of Miss Ave., at cordial The Brothei id chur at the evening at 8:45. churches are invited. anuel’s of the he church will The Consistorv of ing Aug. 1, at 9:00 p. m. Woman’s Guild on Wednesday evening, Aug. 2, at the home of Mrs. Stella Huber. St. John’s: 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Church school Wednesday evening of this week, Ice cream social on church lawn from 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. STAR Theatre THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 'jccAnieatoi/ Featuring CINTURV 401 PKTUM Walter Brennan Lon McCallister Jeanne Crain Charlotte Greenwood SUN.-MON. "The Cross of Lorraine’* with PIERRE ALMONT —GENE KELLY Choir rehearsal Thursday evening LUTHERAN CHURCH W. L. Harmony, Pastor 9 a. m. Church EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH C. Schultz, Pastor Arnold Thursday: Choir rehearsal Prayer meeting 9:30 a. 10:30 a. Sermon Sunday school Morning worship. pic: “Christ and m. the m. Radio Program from 3:30 p. WFIN, Findlay There will be no evening services You are welcome to attend th services of the church. DEFENSELESS MENNONITE Stanley Rupp, Pastor Thursday: 10:30 Morning 7:45 Young Pe pirati w knows elieve. What action.” TUES.-WEI). ROY ROGERS in "Man From Music Mountain” and—THE PHANTOM Announcement We wish to take this opportunity to an nounce to the people of Bluffton and vicinity that the Bluffton Hatchery will be known hence forth as The Amstutz Hatcheries The same policies of satisfactory service which have made this hatchery one of the out standing establishments for 24 years will be continued, and now open for business. Mr. Wm. B. Luginbuhl, formerly manager of the hatchery will continue in charge and your patronage respectfully solicited. The Amstutz Hatcheries Owner of Bluffton Hatchery Harmon Road Bluffton. Ohio to 4:00 p. m. The public is invited to all services and to visit the read ing room. is a branch of the the First Church of Boston, Mass. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. A. Weed, Minister inday: under RAWSON Morning worship, of the Woman’s an Service. UNITED BRETHREN CHARGE B. Zimmerman, Pastor Rev. Paul Olive Branch Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Morning worship 9:30 Pleasant View Sunday school 10:15 Morning worship 11:15 Elrose School reu The will be held at the school house Thursday, Aug. 10. A basket dinner will be held at the noon hour and a program will be given in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Dirck of near Lima were dinner guests Tues day in the J. R. Fisher home. Other visitors throughout the week were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gallant and daughter Patricia Ann of Bucyrus and Mrs. Merlin Marshall spent several days last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marshall. Union prayer services at Bethesda evening. Arthur Nonnamaker re, Mrs. M. atton, Faery at the Nonnamaker, Howard Stan Mrs. Lendo Koc Mr. ar Marl home the ton, Mrs. Bish, Mr. Mrs. Sus SOCIETY :30 a. m.. at 7:30 Wed- nesday evening. The reading room at the church is open every Wednesday from 2:00 Bish, Mrs. son Gareth, Thoi id Mrs. Rolland Koc ha and son Jo I Devere and and Pvt. J. O. Kc Mr. and Mrs. Wade Marshal Sunda Willia Idren tz of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ami Nonnamake: ■k were Flo Strat Heistand, Betti Albert Gossman fold and Bessii zay, Mr. and Mrs aker, Dean an s. Chauncey Kling Howard Nonnam Ralph, Mr. and Mr ler, Marilyn and Howard, Mrs. Walter Hamilton and Chas. Nonnamaker, Mrs. Nonnamaker and Kaye. Armorsville Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and S, Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Matter called on Mrs. Cathrine Welsh in Findlay, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman at tended the family gathering of the Will Hartman family Sunday in Findlay. Don Oates spent Sunday after noon with Roy Blosser. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moore spent a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall and family of Carey last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and Miss Margaret Guider called Sundey afternoon with Mrs. Martha Shelly. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mertz called at the Chas. Montgomery home Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wilkins and family of near Arling ton and at the Roy Ream home in Bluffton. Mrs. Eva Moser, son Morris and daughter Mrs. Victoria McCarty and son called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moser and family. Rosella Moser spent Sunday after noon with Marilyn Moore. News Want-Ads Bring Results. STOCK SALES Service bulls delivered any time ex cept Sunday. Phone Ada, Red 1360. C. N. Long & Son. tf Wanted—All kinds of butcher cattle, steers, heifers, cows and bulls also unlimited number of veal calves. Stowell Packing Co. Call N. P. Steiner & Son, Agt. Bluffton phone 189-W. tf For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf For sale—Very choice dairy heifers $25 each. Holsteins, Guernseys and Ayrshires. Non-related bull free with 5 head. Shipped C. O. D. Sayre Dairy Cattle Co., Sayre, Pa. 15 For sale—10 shoats. Emmet Scoles 2 miles southeast of Beaver dam. For sale—Purebred Hereford male hog. Wayne Zimmerman, 3 miles south on Bentley road. Phone 642-G. For sale—Some choice Spotted Po land China male hogs ready for service and some good bred sows and gilts also a good 15 months old Guernsey bull to let out for serv ice. Hiram M. Kohli. For sale—Jersey cow 6 years old with heifer calf by side also sorrel riding horse, gentle for women and children. J. R. Stettler, 4 miles south on Dixie highway. TOK SLuJ’FTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Pandora Oliver Locher Worth, Fla., Sund Eldon Hilty, ow dora Hatchery, so chain operated by 8 eta Hatchery comi The Lysle Cahill land, are expecte August to visit family near Rockp Cahill family at 1 Lake an- early in Marshall the Carl and Washington, D. isiting his parents Robert Cahill o C., who has been v Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cahill will re port for duty somewhere in Cali fornia. Miss Zoa Frantz of Rensselear, Ind., who has been visiting her sister Mrs. R- A. Krohn spent the past week at Ottawa and Columbus Grove. Miss Vida Sackett, a former teach er of Columbus Grove, and who was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Homar Creek church nor was entertained 1 congregation Sun dinner. Sackett thwest of Pandora, by the Riley Creek day with a pot luck Mrs. Oliver Stci with Mr. Stein and their fami here, before g to reside. near Riley er spent last week it Chicago. They will visit relatives to Ft. Wayne the Cummings Rev. and Mrs. M. E. church a: weeks vacation. a 3 enjoying David Wehrley Pandora passed n aged citizen of way at Bluffton MARVEL 26V2 OUNCE SANDWICH LOAF MARSEL HOME STYLE 2 OLD FASHIONED RYE J2“.'...... MARVEL VIENNA S„“ i#®% whole WHEAT 2 DINNER ROLLS HAMBURGER ROLLS HOT DOG ROLLS was held at the St. John’s church Sunday afternoon. He leaves his and one living sister Wehrley Lemley. Margaret Klickman, who has been visiting relatives at Berne, Ind., re turned home Sunday. James W. Geiger is in France. First Lt. Evan E. Tschudy is in the Air Service somewhere in England. Ray Amstutz, Gerald E. Steiner, Melvin Hilty, Jr., Herbert Amstutz and Kenneth Hilty are in England. Rev. Albert Hager, who was here to attend his uncle David Wehrley’s funeral returned to Peoria, Ill., Tuesday. Miss Sarah Basinger is nursing at Findlay hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Basinger, newly weds, left last week for Reno, Nevada. Sgt. Basinger just recently returned from Alaska where he was stationed two years. The Myron Gerber family of East Liverpool, spent their vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gerber. The Ralph Hilty family of Berea, Ohio, spent several days last week at the Hiram Basinger and Dr. N. S. Hilty homes. Mrs. Lewis Berger and daughter Hope, of Deshler, have been guests of Mrs. Berger’s parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cummings. Hiram Basinger, Pandora post master, was recently elected president of the Putnam County Postmasters Association. SELF-SERVICE He 32c for 32c 32c 32c for package Your family won take the butter shortage so hard when served this delight ful PURE Grape Jam. it s an A-1 product... priced inexpensively. Try it! ANN PACE GRAPE JAM 16 OZ. JAR 20c 1. of 12 package O 9 Ie ...of 8 for fc I V package n 9 Ie .. .of 8 for fc RATION POINTS J. BUY SfVtRAL JARS WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED MILK ST.D....3X'26c JAMES RIVER SMITHFIELD MEAT SPREAD 19c BALL PERFECT MASON JARS ^5 7c65c lb 16c KINGHAN’S RELIABLE PURE LARD carton CALIFORNIA PEARL RICE VV £210 ..cello I CONSERVE PAPER BAGS Paper is critically short. We can not get enough paper bogs. Use your own shopping bag or bring your other bag back for refill. Carry packaged goods "as is." Please Cooperate Conservation Division WAR production BOARD JM^M^Jg3 WHITE FISH MACKEREL FILLETS BLUE PIKE t!. Mrs. W. B. Grimm of Clarksburg, W. Va., and daughter Mrs. Mildred innstown, W. Va., Mrs. and children of Mc- R. K Regina Every A&P Self-Service Market Has a Complete Baked Goods Department I JANE PARKER FRESH POTATO I Fl DOE EAYER ORANGE BAR LARGE COCOANUT DONUTS 16c [CHIPS 25c [CAKE .,,,.„ 35c CAKE 24c| CAKE ,.cl, 51c GRADE A, RIND OFF SLICED BACON SUGAR CURED BACON SQUARES SMALL SIZE. DELICIOUS FLAVOR FRANKFURTS Ready FRESH RIPE FREESTONE PEACHES Enrge Red Ripe Cutter#—Georgia WATERMELON ™S75c SWEET RIPE HONEY DEW MELONS 'i""1.” 49c CUCUMBERS......ib lie IONA ENRICHED FAMILY FLOUR ANN PAGE TENDER COOKED PORK AND BEANS 217 ?.« ANN PAGE PURE FRUIT GRAPE JELLY ANN PAGE SALAD STYLE MUSTARD BROADCAST REDI-MEAT SURE GOOD OLEOMARGARINE FANCY UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE. STOKELEY’S FAMOUS KETCHUP J7 ANN PAGE SPAGHETTI OR MACARONI WILDMERF. CREAMERY BUTTER Mrs Erne n of West visiting the ildre are J., whr Capt. Rj of Camp Ellis, Ill., spent Saturday here with his parents and his family returned home with him. Miss Dorotha Grismore was hired as secretary of the Pandora school. Pleasant View and Mrs. Marden Basinger Mr. and family, Mrs. Peter Geiger and Miss Thelma Basinger visited rela tives and friends at Cleveland, Sun day. The Friendly Couples class met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wynkoop, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dukes have received word from their son Lewis J. Dukes that he was wounded in France but has been returned to a hospital in England where he is re ceiving good care and improving. The extent of his injury was not reveal ed. Mr. and Mrs. Donald little son the home Ridge and OKf. ^q’ ,b 27c Itt ... ib. Harris and evening in spent Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. George family of Benton Ridge. Mrs. Arthur Philipps, Jr. Mr. and of Ada entertained the following members of the Wynkoop family on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Norman LOADED WITH JUICE—FLORIDA LIMES S’ aoz. FRESH ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE CALIFORNIA ORANGES bag 20c 16 oz. Jar 10c 16 OS. jar 31 lb. 53c ctns. 46 oa. .. can 17c 14 or. bottle 27c 3 lb. pkg. 45c lb. roll THURSDAY, JULY 27. 1944 LOAF IF ueddiiup A| cleaned, n Ln KI 11U 39c sons of id Mrs. Grove, Mr. Stuckey and fi and Mrs. Ck Independence, Mrs. and daughter of Fos Wvr and Mrs. L. M. Mr. and Mrs. Chanute Field, HL, are i the home of her parents Mrs. Clarence Whisler. LB. LB. Pan Ready ............... COD FILLETS K Take advantage of the big earload sale of Elberta Freestone Peaches at A. & P». next Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. POTATOES..15 69‘ 33c ONIONS Sweet 288 size & Julcy...doz. Mr. ana NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Ohio. Allen County, Estate of William Alspaugh. Deceased. Clarence G. Ki softer of 814 National Bank Bldg.. Lima, (Into, has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of William Alspaugh.Tate of Allen County, Ohio., deceased. Dated this 17th dav July, 1944. RAYMOND P. SMITH. 16 Probate Judges- Ice Cream Social St. John’s Reformed Church Lawn, College Ave. This Wednesday Nite JULY 26 Ice Cream. Cake, Chicken Sandwiches, Pie and Coffee All Welcome EGULAR 26% 3 »32'oafLunceO 45c 15c 39c 4 49c 25c CELERY 15c FRESH RITE HOMF.GBOW He 60 TOMATOES 22c lb». ICED TEA &\ I V ft lb. Pkg. Hlb. Pkg.