EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Morning worship and
10:30 a. m. Church school.
The choir will not meet for rehear
sal this week.
The Brutherhood of Emmanuel’s
and St. John’s Churches meets on
Thursday evening of this week at
Church at 8:15 p. m. Theme for
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
Money Refund agreement.
Sidney's Drug Shop
Due to the fact that we
are short of ration points
and help we are forced to
close on Sunday.
Watch the News for
45- Plate TIGER CHIEF
Months on a
Service Basis W
Battery Recharging.............. 50c
This Sunday in die
NEW FALL FASHIONS
In Many New Styles
the evening is “Convention Echoes.’’
May we have the privilege of fellow
shipping with you on this evening.
The Girl’s Guild meets on Thursday
evening at 8:15 p. m. at the Church.
All girls are cordially invited.
The Consistory of the Church meets
of Monday evening, October 2, at 8:15
o’clock at the church.
9:30 a. m. Church school and Pro
10:45 a. m. Morning worship and
The committee on the ‘Memorial
Organ, meets at the home of Wilhelm
Amstutz on Wednesday evening at
The Choir of the church meets for
rehearsal on Thursday evening at
It is our desire that all Church
members join in the World Wide Com
munion service this Sunday. You are
welcome to worship with us.
Rev. Robert R. Welch. Pastor.
Wednesday—7:30 Prayer Meeting.
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning worship.
6:30 Prayer meeting.
7:00 Young Peoples’ meeting. The
Children’s meeting in basement.
7:30 Evangelistic service.
Stanley Rupp, Pastor
7:30 Prayer meeting. I Thess.
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
7:30 Evangelistic service in charge
of Rev. Victor P. Wierwillie and a
group of young people from Van
9:00 Singspiration—Leader, Rev.
Victor P. W. Wierwille. Everyone
“There is so much good in the worst
And so much bad in the best of us,
That it hardly behooves any of us
To talk about the rest of us.’’
John Ji Esau, Pastor
8:00 p. m. Bible study and Prayer
8:30 p. m. Choir practice.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship. Subject:
Four Aspects of the Christian Life.
3:30 Radio Broadcast from W’FIN,
8:00 Special musical program ren
dered by the Men’s Chorus.
7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
7:00 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal.
9:30 a. m. Church school—Rally day
Widths: AAA to
Sizes: 4 to 9
Popularity trio! They’re
the smartest little
sports in school! Made
of fine, durable Elk.
in beautiful Antique
W. H. GRATZ FAMILY SHOE STORE
Corrective Fitting A Specialty
10:30 a. m. Morning w’orship, ob
serving World Communion Sunday.
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Evening
7:30 p. m. Union service at the
church. Rev. Chas. Donaldson, of the
Bluffton and Rockport Presbyterian
churches, will speak.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ernest N. Bigelow, Pastor
Morning worship 9:30. Communion
Church school 10:30
Mr. Nelson Wells, Supt.
Church school 10:00
Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00. Communion
The Rev. Charles Donaldson will be
This is World Wide Communion
Sunday. All members are urged to
Union evening service in Methodist
church at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Charles
Donaldson will be the speaker. Topic:
Unity in Christ.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship. Rev.
M. Fronsol will be the speaker. Sun
day is rally day—let’s make a real ef
fort to be there.
Thursday 8 p. m.» annual congre
gational meeting. Election of church
and Sunday school officers. Reports
of ajj departments and societies will
be given. All members urged to at
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Church school Rally day’.
10:30 a. m. The Worship service.
We join with churches throughout the
w’orld in observing Holy Communion.
6:30 The Intermediate Christian En
7:30 The Junior Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Union Evening Service
at the First Methodist Church. See
BOY’ SCOUT NEWS
Troop 82—By Morris Groman
Eighteen Scouts, one visitor and
three leaders met Monday’ night at Fox
Hill where two games of Bunker Hill
were played. In the battle Maynard
Pogue’s team consisting of the Coy
ote and Tiger patrols defeated the
Wolf and Senior patrols captained by
Next Sunday, members of the troop
will meet at the town hall at 1:30 p.
m. From there they will go into the
country to pick milkweed floss.
Next Monday’s meeting of the troop
will be held at 6:30 p. m. at Harmon
field where a game of football will be
CARD OF THANKS
We w’ish to thank all the friends and
neighbors for their aid and sympathy
so generously extended during the
death and burial of our beloved hus
band and father also Rev. Weed who
officiated at the funeral the singers
for their services and all those sending
Mrs. William C. Boothby’
Grain (bushel prices)—Wheat $1.52
corn $1.12 oats 70c new soys, $2.04.
News Want-Ads Bring Results.
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
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
Tubes, not rationed—30 by 3^, 600
by 19 450 by 21 sizes. Gamble Auth.
For sale—Sow and pigs. E. P.
Steiner, east of town.
For sale—24 head Shropshire ewes.
Harold Steiner, 1 mile west on Grove
street road, then left to first place on
left hand side. Bluffton phone 626-Y.
For sale—Two cows coming fresh
also cow fresh last June and extra
good Guernsey bull 9 months old.
Lyman Barnes, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Day old calf. Waldo
For sale—9 pigs and 4 shoats. Bur
ley' J. Boutwell, 3 miles east of Orange
For sale—Good Shropshire rani and
ewe lambs. A. P. Rickly, 4 miles
north of town.
Electric fencers $10.95 Hot Shot
batteries $1.89. Gamble Auth. Deal
We have on hand a supply
Russel’s Radio Repair
126 North Main
Phone 100 Rawson, Ohio
THE BLUFFTON inEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Riley township soy bean and corn
harvesting is on in full swung.
Many silos are also being filled.
German prisoner help from the De
fiance camp is being brought into
Putnam county farms to help with
the harvesting of crops.
Louis Risser used six German
prisoners from Defiance, and their
guard, two days last week in silo
filling. The men were brought here
in the morning each day, bringing
their own lunches from camp. At
night they returned to their inter
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Trostle visited
their son Wayne and family at
Cleveland several days last week.
Seaman Arthur Eisenbach is visit
ing his family at Findlay and par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eisenbach
of Pandora. Arthur has a 20-day
furlough from his recent duties in
the Pacific area.
Dr. Waldo Suter and family of
Waterville, Charles Reese and fam
ily and Miss Harriet Krohn sur
prised Mrs. J. C. Reese Sunday,
bringing a bounteous dinner and
supper in celebration of her 74th
birthday which occurs September 27.
Mrs. Mertie Krohn Reese is the
daughter of the late Samuel P.
Krohn, Jr., who was a pioneer
citizen of Pandora. Her father had
the Krohn tavern and a store in
Pandora over 25 years. Mr. Krohn
was a local stock buyer here for
years in partnership with Lew Waltz
of Bluffton, he also was treasurer of
FRESH HADDOCK FILLETS
GOOD QUALITY DRY, YELLOW
I’.S. NO. 1 GRADE
Riley township for 40 years or more.
Mrs. Krohn was the daughter of
Dr. Hiram Day, Sr., who practised
medicine here over 50 years.
Pandora high school football team
played Columbus Grove here on the
home field last Thursday. The score
wTas 53 to 0 for Pandora.
Ray Amstutz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ezra Amstutz, southeast of Pandora,
and who wras wounded in France,
losing three fingers of his right hand,
is enjoying a month’s furlough at
the parental home. He will then re
turn to Battle Creek, Mich., for
further medical attention.
Mrs. Lyle Burkholder, formerly
Miriam Coats, of Pandora, now of
Las Vegas, Nevada, is recovering
from a recent appendectomy. Mr.
Burkholder, formerly superintendent
of Delta, Ohio, school, is doing Red
Cross work in Alaska.
Seaman Harold Hart, of Gilboa,
formerly of Pandora, recently had
an appendectomy performed at the
naval hospital in San Francisco.
Miss Margaret Hilty w-as home
from Findlay over the W’eek end.
Mrs. R. A. Krohn returned home
from Columbus last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tousley enter
tained a group of friends Thursday
Mrs. Raymond Bucher entertained
the W. S. C. S. at her home Wed
Pvt. Sherwood Probst spent last
week with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Both the Pandora subordinate and
juvenile granges will have displays
White House Milk
is ENRICHED with
325 0. S. P. UNITS IN EVERY TALL CAN
SMALL SIZE, DELICIOUS FLAVOR
COUNTRY STYLE LINKS
PIECE OR SLICED
Turn to A&P for Fine Meat Values
LINK PORK SAUSAGE 41c
COOKED SALAMI .... 45c
....% ib. 23c
U. S. NO. 1 GRADE, RED DELICIOUS
FINEST FOR BAKING OR CANDYING
GOLDEN YAMS 4
HEAD LETTUCE M“15c „S 12c
U.S. NO. 1 GRADE. COBBLERS OR CHIPPEWAS
POTATOES £,b\ r"k............ $3.98
JONATHAN APPLES I?8......K $3.29
25 lb bag 95c
LAYER CAKE 35c
AAP WHOLE CNPEELED A
STRICTLY FRESH CAL GUT
For Fruits and Vegetables Really Fresh .Turn to A&P
ft Ski I ft ill f?4 10 ,b- Mesh 504B- 2)
lw IIJ II o B°9 39c MESH BAG I
at the Putnam county fair.
Pandora school band will play at
the Putnam county fair Saturday,
October 7. The ten school bands of
the county, will participate in the
all-county band day Friday.
John I. Bracy, a former Riley
township man, but a resident of
Lima for many years, died at his
home in Lima Saturday. Mrs. Ortha
Tschudy and Aurors Bracy of Pan
dora, are brother and sister to him.
Miss Edith Burkhalter, who
teaches in Findlay, was home over
the w’eek end.
Miss Lucille Karhoff, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Korhaff, who
live northwest of Pandora, will
marry Sgt. Victor B. Mortnan, of
Ottawa, w’ho is at Camp Butner,
N. C., Saturday morning at Colum
bus Grove St. Anthony's Catholic
Mrs. R. A. Krohn is visiting rela
tives at Aurora, Ill., and will prob
ably go from there to visit her son
Paul and family at Detroit, Mich.,
before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese, Mrs.
J. C. Reese and Miss Harriet Krohn
attended he Golden w’edding recep
tion of Mr. and Mrs. John Wineman
at Gilboa Tuesday evening. Nine
teen married couples, who have been
married over fifty years w-ere in
attendance at the reception.
A son w-as born to Mr. and Mrs.
George Stoody recently, and a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Mrs. Homer Wenger and Mrs. Hi
ram Kohli, sisters, are helping to
HADDOCK FILLETS .... 45c
YELLOW PICKEREL ...........
IDAHO SHEET SPANISH
Ann Page Boston Style
NOW POINT FREE
Only at A&P Can You Get These Famous Values!
8 O'CLOCK MARVEL ENRICHED
3 59c I 3 3
24c BOKAR 3 ibs. 75c ]oaf He
FRESH PEACHES.................3 .»,. 45c
JANE PARKER SUGARED
BUY NOW FOR
5 At, $2.34
MARVEL ENRICHED RAISIN
ONIONS ................3,h.. 17c
CARROTS ..................»„Mb 10c
THURSDAYJ5EPT. 28, 1944
make the sorghum cane into syrup
at the Wenger cane press.
Charles F. Warren of Bluffton
spent Friday at the Lloyd Van
Mrs. Adam Hilty visited relatives
at Rockford, II1., the forepart of
Local Red Cross women are mak
ing laprobes, hot water bottle covers
and various articles for hospital sup
plies of the Army and Navy’.
Various organizations here are
doing their share in supplying
cookies fr the Lima canteen.
Red Cross Night will be observed
at the high school Wednesday night,
October 25. Mrs. E. B. Ebert, of
Columbus, who w-as imprisoned in a
German prison camp for some time,
W'ill speak, also a display of various
articles made by the Red Cross mem
bers will be on display
AS A SPREAD
PRODUCED BY THE MAKERS OF
PURE LARD 16c
JANE PARKER PINEAPPLE
81 REG OO I)
100% PI KE VEG. SHORTENING
ANN I’AGE PIRK ORANGE
MARMALADE 2 ,'.b 31c
IONA GOLDEN CREAM STYLE
1 1 A
TOILET TISSUE 5
APPLE BUTTER J8 .’,
Florida Lnaweetened Grapefruit
CHEESE .................lb. 33c
RITZ CRACKERS L,b: 23c
8UNNYFIELD CHOICE QUALITY
OATS............. X: 23c
REDEEM BLUE TOKENS
NOW —YOU CANNOT
USE THEM AFTER SEPT.
k WAK pRQDUCTION
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