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MISSIONARY CHURCH
A. F. Albro, Pastor
Wednesday:
8 p. m. Prayer meeting.
Sunday:
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning Worship service
7:30 p. m. Young People’s Society
7:3U p. m. Children’s church
8 p. m. Evangelistic Service.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
9:30 a. m. Bible school
10:30 Lord’s Supper
The Women’s Missionary society
will hold a picnic supper at the
church Thursday evening at 6:30.
All members of the church are in
vited.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
9:30 Sunday school, under the
leadership of Mr. C. D. Hilty. Classes
for all.
10:30 Worship service sermon by
the pastor
6:30 Intermediate Christian En
deavor
“O that men would praise the
Lord for His goodness, and for His
wonderful works to the children of
men.”
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor
Rockport:
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Nelson Wells, Supt.
Bluffton:
Church school 10:00
Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt.
Morning Worship 11:00
The Rev. Charles Donaldson will be
the preacher.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
subject: Soul.
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
nesday evening.
The reading room at the church
is open every Wednesday from 2:00
Why suffer with Hay
Fever and Asthma.
Investigate “A s a
Nefrin”—the new and ef
fective inhalation therapy
method that has given re
lief and satisfaction to
thousands.
Money Refund agreement.
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
CALL CASH:
This Sunday in Ae
hurchesp
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.
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
CHURCHES
V. C. Oppermann, Pastor
Emmanuel’s:
9:30 a. m. Church school
10:45 a. m. Morning worship
o’*clock.
at
F’rayed.”
3:30 p.
WFIN, Findlay
8:00 p.
ages.
8:45 p.
Monday:
8:00 p.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
W. L. Harmony, Pastor
9 a. m. Sunday school
No preaching service.
the Court House in Lima. Ohio, the
me the unders
TERMS OF
202 W. Market. Lima, Ohio
Paul Schoenlein, Mgr.
Phone 73511
Just give us a call or drop us
a line. We make all arrangements right on
time. Special convenient hurry-up loans for
farmers. Amounts up to $1000. Better get
acquainted with this service.
THE CITY IX)AN
and Savings Company
"It may teem funny a little pullet like me on this great big ne:t. Bui that’s
just how futile I feel when you don't give me some real layer building feed
these summer days. You're going to expect me to fill a nest this big with eggs,
several times over. Well, I won't be able to do it all by myself. What're rou
going (o do about it NOW?"
HERE'S A TIP You cg/t *'do plenty about it" for this pullet ond ail her sisters.
Give her BUTTERMILK ond VITAMINS, in the 1-2-3.
ration, every day now. You'll soon see how butter
milk proteins, minerals and sure vitamins A, ond
con put her on a fast rood to a money making nest.
There's life, sturdy growth, layability in PROTECTIVE
FEEDING of
Semi-Solid Chick Emulsion
We have it in 25, 50 and 100 lb. drums. See ut today.
MASTER FEED MILL, Bluffton, 0.
Phone 317-W Leland Basinger, Mgr.
Minerva Hilty,
Mrs. Wil ford S
e following
Hu nl
nd ivriv
4 th
Addition to
^awn Ave.,
a aTn order
hand this
Ruth Catlah
By
IWUL I
broadcast of
from Findlay
church
o’clock.
11
I be accompanist.
Choir rehearsal Thursday evening I
at 9:00 o’clock.
St. John’s:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship
10:30 _____________________ _______
a. m. Church school
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Sunday:
9:30 a. m. Church school
10:30
Sermon
of the
Yeast”.
a.
Choir rehearsal Thursday evening I Miss Adda Yoakam, Mrs.
8:00
EBENEZER MENNONITE Mr. and Mrs Ed Cook Mr and
Arnold C. Schultz, Pastor I Mrs Donaid Van Meter, Mr. and
Thursday: I Mrs. Earl Matter and daughter, Mr.
9:30 p. m. Bible Study and pray-| and Mrs. clarence Rockhill of Co
er meeting
Sunday:—
9:30 a. m. Sunday school
10:30 a.
m. Morning worship.
m. Evening service
DEFENSELESS MENNONITE
Stanley Rupp, Pastor
Thursday:
8:00 Prayer meeting
Sunday:
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
7:45 Young People’s meeting
Children’s meeting in basement
8:15 Evangelistic service
No Singspiration this Sunday
evening.
“Love worketh no ill to his I Mr.
neighbor.”
I
SHERIFF'S SALE IN PARTITION
General Code. Sec. 12037, 11681
Case No. 35231
The State of Ohio, Allen County. Common
Plea* Court.
Weldon W. Lichtner. et al.. Plaintiffs, vs.I
Flora M. Lightner. et al., Defendants^
Notice is hereby given, that
the 9th day of September A. _.
the hour of io o'clock,
a. M.,
1 will offer!
for
mU®
Ebenezer Broadcast Settlement
A vocal trio consisting of Misses
Amstutz and
will be heard
the Ebenezer
radio station
3:30
will
Sunday afternoon at
Miss Mabel Amstutz
Beaverdam
Mr.
and
past
and Mrs. John Hubei'
the
spent
daughter Bernice
week at Lakeside.
Richard Leiber,
Marines, spent the
with his wife and son.
with
past
the U. S.
week here
The Women’s Society of Christian
Service enjoyed their annual picnic
on Thursday at Schoonover park in
Those present were Mrs.
Harmon Downey, Mrs. Everett Row
land, Mrs. Arthur Pugh, Mrs. Doryl
Robnolte and son Gene, Mrs. I. Am
stutz, Mrs. C. D. Chiles, Mrs. Orville
Wm. Amstutz, Mrs. W. C. Lacock
and children, Mrs. Gideon Steiner,
Jr., and son Larrie Michael and
Mrs. Wm. Younkman and grandson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larue have been
notified of the promotion of their
m. Morning Worship.! gon Doyle Larue to Lt. (j. g.). At
topic, “Beware of the Leaven I presen^ js stationed in England.
Pharisees. Beware of Bad! and ^rs. Lewis Van Meter
I and family are spending the week
at Evans Lake, Michigan.
lumbus Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Bowers of Payne, Mr. and Mrs. By
ron Anderson and daughter, Mrs.
Etta Yant, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Sermon topic: “When They Had| yant and son Wayne, Mr. and Mrs.
ni. Radio Program from troj^ enjoyed a picnic
Foust State Highway
m. C. E. programs for all I evening.
I Ed Hochstettler and children of De­
m. Men’s Chorus rehearsal versary. Those enjoying the party
Y°u are invited to attend the! were Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. Harmon
services of the church. I Downey, Mrs. Gail Arnold, Mrs.
Everett Rowland, Mrs. Russell
supper at the
park, Sunday
entertained a
Mrs. Russell Wolfe
group of friends on Thursday even
ing in honor of her birthday anni-
Brackney of Lafayette, Mrs. Arthur
Pugh, Mrs. A. J. Lutterbein and
Mrs. Orville Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larue, Mr. and
Mrs.
Wm. Younkman, Mrs. Lulu Klinger
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Augsburger.
W. A. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs.
East Orange
family
and Mrs. Ross Wilson and
of near Waynesfield were
and
1 dinner guests Tuesday of Mr.
Mrs. Ed Bowman.
Mrs. Ruth Heldman called on
I Emma Boutwell, Tuesdav.
II
I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bouman, Mr.
I and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and Byron
I Leo spent Wednesday evening with
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowman.
I
Mrs. Grace Warren spent Thurs
day with Bill Warren and family.
2® Mrs. Blanche Bowman called on
D. 1944. at l|
at Public auction at the
Mrs. Will Stager Wednesdav.
I Mrs. Katie Neff, Mrs. Elizabeth
VHiagellof| Geotzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit
I anI sons David and Stephen
I were Sunday dinner guests in the
I C. M, Heldman home. Mr. and Mrs.
ill Steiner and family of Jenera, Mr.
inc.1 and Mrs. T. W. Smith and daugh-
I ters Ann and Jane were afternoon
News Want-Ads Bring Results.
Sendee 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—Guernsey cow coming 4
years old, fresh soon. Howarc
Burkholder, 712 miles northwest oi
Bluffton.
For sale—Three
with first calf and
calf. Carl Kimmel,
Bluffton on Bentley
one with third
3 miles south of
For sale—Purebred Duroc sow
years old with 10 pigs avg. 50 labs.
Cherry King breeding, pedigree i
desired 50 bushels oats. N.
Steiner, 3 Vs miles west of Bluffton
:S
For sale—Jersey bull 12 month
old. Harvey Gratz, phone 562-Y.
For sale—Large 2 year old pon
so gentle a small child can ride him
also 8 year old Holstein cow fresh
two months. Raymond Roseboom,
Bluffton phone 592-W.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Menas Gerber, visit
ed Sunday in the home of their
nephew Elmer Siviner and family at
Pioneer, Ohio.
Pvt. Chauncey Basinger, is home
on furlough with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Millard Basinger.
Wilmer Lehman left Tuesday to
be inducted into the armed services.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diller, ac
companied their daughter Mrs.
Oliver Locher and children to Koko
mo, Ind., on Tuesday where they
visited with the Ralph Diller family.
Mrs. Locher and children will leave
on Wednesday for their home in
Florida after a month’s visit with
her parents.
Mrs. William Herr, and infant son
Garry Lynn, were removed to their
home on Tuesday from the Com
munity hospital at Bluffton.
The Burkholder reunion held Sun
day on the College campus was well
attended, from a distance and sur
rounding community.
Mrs. Dennis Diller, who under
went a major operation at Lima
Memorial hospital last Thursday is
recovering satisfactorily.
Charles M. Keifer, south of Bluff
ton is a patient at Memorial hospital
at Lima, where he is taking treat
ment.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Herr are
spending several weeks in the home
of their son William and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diller, Miss
Susan Diller, Mrs. Menno Augs
burger and Mrs. Oliver Locher and
RED RIPE CUTTERS,
WATERMELONS
WHITE COBBLERS, U. S. NO. 1 GRADE
POTATOES ..
FRESH ICEBERG
HEAD LETTUCE
LARGE, JUICY, FRESH
LEMONS
FRESH AND TENDER
SWEET CORN
RIPE, TASTY, FRESH
FINE FOR EATING, CALIFORNIA
FRESH PLUMS
YELLOW ONIONS 58c
FRESH RED RIPE HOME GROWN
TOMATOES S
POTATOES Gi
SUGAR CURED
SLAB BACON
GRADE A. RIND OFF
SLICED BACON
PIECE OR SLICED
BEER SALAMI
ANY SIZE PIECE
BRAUNSCHWEIGER SAUSAGE
JANE PARKER CARAMEL
children spent Sunday afternoon in
the Wade Diller home where they
enjoyed a pot luck supper in their
back lawn.
Mrs. Laura Meyer of Bluffton, Ind.
is visiting her sisters Mrs. Mary
Roethlisberger of Bluffton, and Mrs.
Pauline Steiner of north of Pandora
and a son and family at Fostoria.
Margie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gerber and little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
have the whooping cough,
was ill with pneumonia,
better.
ELBERTA PEACHES
lbs.
STOCK SALES
SMOKED PICNICS
SWIFT PREMIUM
PIECE OR SLICED
any size piece
it.
Margie
but is
been ill
Gust Basinger, who had
for five weeks with undulant fever
died at the Memorial hospital, Lima
at 5:27 o’clock, Sunday evening.
Funeral services for him will be held
at 10:30 a. m. Friday at the Ebene
zer Mennonite church with Rev. A.
C. Schultz officiating. Burial will
be made at the Zion Mennonite
cemetery.
Otis Augsburger returned last Fri
day from Chicago, where he under
went a surgical operation on his
nose in one of the hospitals,
slowly getting better.
He is
is in
Rita’s
taken
Calvin Niswander, of Lima,
a critical condition in the St.
hospital, Lima, where he was
after a fall of 30 feet through a sky
light last Thursday afternoon. He
was employed at the Lima Loco
motive.
Earl and Anna Ruth Lehman,
June Geiger, Donnavin Diller, Clare
Schumacher and Hiram Kohli, Jr.,
were at Belleville, Michigan, Sun
day, where they presented a pro-
FRESH, LARGE SWEET
19c
lb.
GREEN PEPPERS
b. 41c
GOLD BAR CAKE
BAR CAKE
JANE PARKER LARGE MARVEL ENRICHED
COCOANUT CAKE ... 51c DINNER ROLLS
JANE PARKER SUGARED MARVEL
DONUTS
Donate
WILDMERE CREAMERY
BUTTER
ROLL
16c RAISIN BREAD 3
JANE PARKER SUPER ANGEL FOOD JANE PARKER
36c PECAN RINGS
each
4? CAM.
FRESH TENDER STALKS
PASCAL CELERY
DUCHESS VARIETY
17c
’S 79c
COOKING APPLES
FRESH
GREEN CUCUMBERS
Turn to A & for Really Fine Meats
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES
THURINGER SAUSAGE
ALL DRESSED. PAN READY
CATFISH
31c
40c
ib
LAKE SUPERIOR, PAN READY
HERRING
WHITE BASS
w.
STRICTLY FRESH CAUGHT
38c
In the Bakery Department
JANE PARKER CHOCOLATE ICED A mb
WHITE CAKE 35'
PERCH
24'm
gram in the church where Rev. Au
brey Henderson is pastor.
Mary Margaret Soldner was ad
mitted to the Community hospital
the fore part of
Oliver Steiner
shall presented a
sionary church,
REFWsh/w
DELICIOUS
r’l,rrn rnr^
I rf Zj- I 1
I Tro =^rll i
Fruits and Vegetables Really Fresh
LGE. SIZE
£1c
this week.
and Robert Mar
recital at the Mis­
Tuesday evening.
Vocal numbers were presented by
Mr. Steiner and accompanied by
Mrs. Steiner. Mr. Marshall’s num
bers were flute solos accompanied by
his mother.
Mrs. Dennis Diller who submitted
to an operation at Lima Memorial
hospital recently is reported to be
getting along as well as can be
expected.
Jacob Haas has been numbered
among the sick the past week.
T. M. 3/c Harold Diller spent
several days of his furlough
his home folks last week.
EACH
48 SIZE
13c
300s
with
and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kohli
son Edward Allan anf Mr. and
Hiram Kohli and son Jr. spent
Tuesday at the Annual Merino
Breeders’ picnic which was held at
Mt. Vernon, Ohio this year.
Mrs.
The Girls’ Missionary Society of
St. John church held their regular
meeting last Friday evening at the
home of the Welty sisters, Rosa,
Amanda and Susie.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook were in
formed Tuesday that their son
Daniel was wounded in France re
cently and was taken back to Eng
land where he is in a
Mr. and Mrs. Eli
visited in the Noah
home, Tuesday evening.
hospital.
Hochstettler
Hochstettler
d°z43c
doz 35c
lbs.
stalk
Slicing
LB.
LB.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 10,1944
Rev. and Mrs. William Cox of
Lomita, California, arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F.
Steiner to spend several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ericson of
Minneapolis, Minn., have announced
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Sylvia Gladyce to Waldo Schumach
er, formerly of this community. The
wedding took place on Wednesday,
August 2 at Minneapolis. They are
to be at home in Eugene, Oregon,
where Mr. Schumacher has been an
instructor at the University of
Oregon for some years.
Mrs. Edwin Luginbihl returned
home the last of the week from
Wisner, Nebraska where she spent
several weeks in the home
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Amstutz and family.
Vi lb. pkg.
Vi lb. pkg.
33
79«
1 5
60 SIZE
HEAD
I SELF-SERVICE 1
FOR REFRESHING ICE TEA
NECTAR TEA
&’33c s65c:
NABISCO'S RITZ
CRACKERS
BAKER MAID SODA
CRACKERS
IONA ENRICHED FAMILY
FLOUR
R7r
doz.
23c
29c
41c
ii.
MUD AND MtLLOW
3^59c
32c
loaves
24c
each
u
of her
Francis
of his
Frank Eck is disposing
farm chattels this Wednesday after
noon at public auction. He and his
oldest daughter Katherine are re
maining on the farm and his son
in-law, John Hammond is to operate
the farm as he already has the past
year.
Mrs. Hiram Wenger and daughter
Imogene returned home the last of
the week after spending a wefek in
the home of Ens. Donald and Mrs.
Wenger and son, Tommy in Norfolk,
Virginia.
APPRECIATED
wish to thank my many friends
their gifts and greeting cards
I
for
sent during my recent illness.
Joyce Nonnamaker
23c
18c
pkg 32c
95c
BALL PERFECT
MASON JARS
pintsy
doz.
SULTANA SALAD
DRESSING
29c
LB.
Vwv
GOLD MEDAL OR PILLSHl RY'S
FLOUR X$LI7
BUTTER 39c
SUREGOOD
Oleomargarine
3
53C
Cartons
SULTANA PREPARED
MUSTARD 2
WHITEHOUSE EVAPORATED
MH If Vitamin tall
IVlILIK Added ................... cans
Florida Unsweetened Grapefruit
JUICE
PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
dexo
Lb.
RICH AND FUU IOOUO
BROADCAST
REDI
12-OZ.
24c
|C
CAN
Aid-c|
Carton
SULTANA PURE CIDER
VINEGAR
K 28c
SPANISH
LIBBY’S FLA
OLIVES
31c
4-oz.
MARMALADE
ENJOY COFFEE FLAVOR AT THE
PEAK OF FLAVOR FRESHNESS
THERE’S A BLEND TO SUIT YOUR TASTE
VIGOtWH ANO W1NIY
3"75c
RELIABLE
PURE LARD
/L
LB.
Carton

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