Rev. Robert R. Welch, Pastoj-.
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting.
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning worship.
6:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting.
7:00 p. m. Young People’s meeting
Children’s meeting in basement.
7:30 Evangelistic meeting.
Everyone is welcome.
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Morning Worship and
10:30 a. m. Church School
Kindly note change in time of
Private communion to sick and
shut-ins on Sunday afternoon.
Choir meets for rehearsal on
Thursday evening at 8:00 p. m.
Good Friday services and Holy
Baptism on Friday evening of this
week at 8:00 p. m., Rev. W. H.
Lahr, Guest speaker.
No Catechism this week.
Consistory will meet on Wednes
day evening, April 4.
6:30 a. m. Easter Sunrise Service
by Youth Federation
9:30 a. m. Church School
10:45 a. m. Morning worship and
Kindly note change in time for the
Private Communion to sick and
shut-ins Sunday afternoon.
Choir of the Church meets for
rehearsal on Thursday evening at
7:00 o’clock. All members try and
Union Good Friday services at
the Presbyterian church from 12:30
3:00 p. m. You are cordially invited
No Catechism instruction Saturday
Gertrude Hoy Missionary Circle
meets on Monday evening at the
home of Mrs. Lucille Frantz with
Mrs. Zimmerman as assistant host
ess, and Mrs. Roy Hauenstein, lead
er. Meeting begins at 7:30 p. m.
All are invited to attend.
We welcome you to worship with
us during this Easter Season.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Milton Fronsoe, Minister
Bible school 9:30 a. m.
Bible study 10:00 a. m.
Lesson topic: “The Author and
Perfecter of Our Faith”
Golden text: “Let us run with
patience the race that is set before
us, looking unto Jesus the author
and perfector of our faith”, Heb.
Communion and Worship service
10:30 a. m.
Sermon topic: “The Resurrection”.
A special Easter program given
by the children.
THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL
W. L. Harmony, Pastor
Sunday school 9:00 A. M. Harold
7:30 P. M. Evening u’orship. Ser
mon topic: “I Beheld the Open
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
6:30 Easter Sunrise service, Re
9:30 Sunday school, John Boehr,
10:30 Worship service. The Holy
Communion will be observed.
8:00 Evening Union service an
Easter program of music by the
united choirs, at the Methodist
“Jesus Christ hath abolished death,
and hath brought life and immortal
ity to light through the gospel.”
J. J. Esau, Supply Pastor
Thursday and Friday—Pre-Easter
service at 8:00 p. m.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school
10:30 a. m. Morning worship.
Communion service will be observed
3:30 Radio Broadcast from WFIN,
7:30 p. m. Easter Cantata will be
rendered by the Mixed Chorus.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Morning worship 9:30.
Church school 10:30
Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt.
Church school 9:45.
Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00.
Rev. Charles Donaldson will be the
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
6:30 P. M. Youth Fellowship Com
8:00 P. M. Union Service at Meth
odist Church. Sermon by Dr. John
M. Versteeg on “Pay Day.”
7:00 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal.
8:00 P. M. United Communion Ser
vice at First Mennonite Church.
12:30 to 3:00 P. M.—A continuous
Service at First Presbyterian Church.
8:00 P. M. A Good Friday Service,
sponsored by the Youth Fellowship—
“The Tragedy of the Cross.”
6:30 A. M. Easter Sunrise Service
at St. John’s Evangelical Reformed
9:30 a. m. Church school.
10:30 A. M. Morning worship and
Easter Communion, with prelude of
Easter music given jointly by Junior
and Girls’ choirs. Also a baptismal
8:00 P. M. Union Service at the
You will find here a Good Selection of Quality Fresh
Fruits and Greenstufls—just the thing for your
Easter Sunday dinner.
Shop here for Easter Foodstuffs
Our central office will be closed on
Good Friday from 12 o’clock noon until
3:15 p. m. Our regular switchboard
service to patrons, however, will be
maintained as usual.
The Bluffton Telephone Co.
Methodist Church. Easter music by
united adult choir.
Noah Thur of West Liberty, v's
ited ovvi Sumla\ with Noah Bixcl.
Mr. and Mrs. Ro in Beery and
family are now occupying the farm
home which they purchased last fall.
This farm was for many years op
erated by Hiram Steiner and family.
The Steiner family now reside on the
Mr. and Mrs. Elam Suter enter
tained the Advisory Council at their
home Monday evening.
C. C. Wehrly has his automobile
back again after several weeks to
repair it following an accident in
which he was involved during a
severe snow storm some time ago.
Elaine Welty, student at Grace
Bible school, Omaha, Nebraska, ar
rived at the home of her folks early
Saturday morning and will spend
her vacation at home.
Mrs. Landolene Amstutz and
daughter from Chicago are spending
some time in the home of her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Menno Augsburg
er and family. Wilma Augsburger,
also a student at the Grace Bible
school, is at present at her par
Every effort is being put forth by
farmers here to resume farm work.
Considerable plowing has been done
and many are sowing oats.
Mr.and Mrs. Homer Reichenbach
and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Basinger
were hosts to the Living Links Sun
day school'class of St. John church
Friday evening in the Basinger home.
Haydn Basinger won the five dol
lar prize last Wednesday evening at
Columbus Grove at a meeting spon
sored by E. L. McCrate and Son.
The award was given to the owner
of a Ford tractor who reported the
most unique uses of the tractor. Mr.
Basinger’s accessoryof his own de
sign and construction is a quick de
tachable platform on the rear of his
tractor capable of carrying sizable
Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Bauman and
family moved to Bluffton one day
last week and are at home in the
property formerly known as the late
Tobias Steiner home which they pur
chased recently. Bauman is devot
ing his entire time now to paper
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Schumacher
and daughters Pauline, Mary Lou
and Linda Louise were Sunday sup
per guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Kohli.
Barbara Sue Schumacher has
again resumed her school work after
having submitted to an appendictomy
several weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snavely and
family were Sunday dinner guests
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Harry Suter and Eldon Lugibihl
recently purchased the farm former
ly owned by the late Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lugibill. Mr. Suter and his
brother Amos have operated this
farm for the past few years. This
farm consists of 112 acres. Mr.
I and Mrs. Amos Suter have purch
ased a home in Bluffton and Mr.
Suter is employed at the City Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lugibihl are
expecting to move on the above men
tioned farm soon.
A number from the Settlement at
tended funeral services at Ottawa,
Sunday afternoon for James Som
mers, 24-year-old son of Mrs. Lou
ella Sommers. He died unexpectedly
in Los Angeles and the body was
sent to Ottawa where Rev. Gibson
Wilson, pastor of the Ottawa Pres
byterian church officiated at the
funeral. Burial was in Pleasant
Ridge cemetery near Pandora. He is
H. Edwards, 223 Je
ed and no bleeding, i
Service bulls delivered. Fee $2
5c per mile one wa&
& Son, phone Ada, R^d 1360.
see Wix, the modem |il filter cart
ridge, guaranteed for
your tractor. Gamble
C. N. Long
invite you to
225 hours in
cattle, steers, heifers, iws and bulls
also unlimited number
Stowell Packing Co.
Steiner & Son, Agt. i 11
if veal calves.
Call N. P.
For rent—Bulls: SI t:
ford, Angus and Bro\ n
cat :le write G.
Electric fencers ...........
2, 4 and 6 ft. hog trbug is
Hot shot batteriesL.........
Fence insulators JOO
Tractor lights ............
Chick feeders ....................
Chick fountains ............
Filter discs w.......................
Roll roofing.................... I
Pressure sprayers, pump tilers, prun
ing shears, manure and thay forks,
handles, rakes, hoes, scckbjs, shovels,
seeds, grease, grease gunsjcow chains.
Gamble Store, Auth. Dealer 50
For sale—8 shoats, Mrs. Amos
Lugibihl, Bluffton phone 548-T.
For sale—15 shoats also year old
heifer. Glenn Augsburger, 3 miles
north and 1 mile east of Beaverdam.
THEBLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
survived by his wife and six weeks
Mrs. Pearl Cribley called during
the Red Cro-s drive at the George
Huber home, Friday evening.
Mrs. Lilly Anderson spent Sunday
at Karl Hubers.
Mrs. Marceyle Smith of Deshler
was a Saturday caller on Miss Nellie
Huber and Mrs. Lillie Fett.
Don Oates, Betty Jean and Roy
Dean Blosser were callers on Joann
Barnes, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gleason and
family attended the funeral of Wm.
Fowler, at Pittsburg, Ind.. Sunday.
Sarah Oates, Claribel Owens, Mrs.
Hartman, Mrs. Josie Huber, Nancy
.Blosser, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hover
and daughters were past week callers
of Mr. and Mrs. Gleason.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Huber and
daughter were Sunday afternoon vis
itors of Lilly Fett and Nellie Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes were
callers on Jake Traucht, Sunday even
Rhea Althaus visited in the home of
Cleo Garau, Sunday afternoon.
Paul Faze and children were Sun
day afternoon guests of Lyman
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and dau
ghter spent Sunday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jen
nings and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber and
Dale, Mrs. Berdell Huber and Anita
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
John Lantz of Defiance. Lantz is
spending a convalescent furlough
from the European war area and was
a buddy of Berdell Huber at Camp
Blanding, Fla. They also called on
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman and
Idonna Huber and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Vandemark and family of Lima
were Sunday visitors at the Karl Hu
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips spent
Sunday evening at the home of Wil
lard Shulaw, also Mr. and Mrs. La
mar Basinger and Carolyn.
Alta Garau, Naomi Steiner
OHIO INDIANA MICHIGAN—WHITE
TEXAS GROWN ONION
S CRUNCH TOPPED EASTEB
1 LAYER CAKE 53c
Crystal Basinger, Friday
Mrs. Dennis Braun called
Wengers, Sunday and on
the home of Levi
Sunday night at
Mr. and Mrs.
family, Mr. and
man and family were Sunday evening
visitors on Paul Faze and family.
Sam Blosser and
Mrs. Oscar Zimmer-
Mr. and Mrs. Wifi. Gleason were
supper guests of Mike Gleason.
Crystal Basinger spent Thursday
afternoon at Mae Hauensteins.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Younkman
were Sunday dinner guests of
Younkman. Afternoon caller
Almost everything may go
stuffed mushrooms. One way to do
them is to fill the peeled caps with
deviled ham, add a drop of
tabasco, sprinkle with finest crumbs,
dot with butter or margarine and
SWEET GREEN ONIONS—FRESH
TENDER GREEN VARIETY—FRESH GREEN
Fine for Eating
........ 3 betas.
... 16-18 size
OHION SETS S".......................
PACKAGE OF 9
^SERIOUS SHORTAGE OF BAGS & PAPERS*
Approximately 25% of 1941’s supply of paper
EE bags is only available this year. Please co
E= operate it’s patriotic to bring your own
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leidy and
Mr. John Luce and daughter Susan
Lynn of Van Wert and Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Windle spent Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Nile Newton
Mildred and Dolores Hanna spent
Saturday with their grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stewart.
Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Dukes and
little son Jewel spent
his parents, Mr. and
Dukes and family.
Mrs. L. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
family and Mrs. L.
spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Frantz
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Jasper Dukes and family.
Neighbors and friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Fisher shredded their
corn, Tuesday. Mr. Fisher is con
valescing from a recent appendix
A number from this community
attended the funeral of Samuel
pies at the Perry Miles funeral
at Findlay, Tuesday afternoon.
Cuppies passed away at the
afternoon having been ill for
past three years.
TENDER GREEN SHOOTS
convalescent home Saturday
Soak Dried Foods
If you first soak dried fruits, beans
and certain cereals, it will take less
time and less fuel to cook them.
Fresh from nearby farms—A&P eggs are
guaranteed for quality and freshness ... yet
guaranteed to save you money.
PAAS EGG DYES, Pkg. 10c
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1945
Bluffton Woman Is
Mrs. Beulah Moser Bernard, form
erly of Bluffton, appeared as soloist
in a sacred concert at Wayne, Pa., a
Philadelphia suburb, Friday night.
Mrs. Bernard is also soloist for the
Central Gospel tabernacle in Phila
delphia and accordionist for the tab
ernacle’s Sunday school.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the friends and
neighbors for their aid and sympathy^
extended in the illness and death of
our father, J. Arthur Hauenstein al
so Rev. V. C. Oppermann for his help
ful and consoling words, the singers
for their services, the pall bearers and
all those sending flowers.
PRODJjeKD BY /HE MAKERS OF
KINGTASTE SALAD DRESSING
48 sixe 14c
U.S. NO. 1 GRADE MAINE
U.S. NO. 1 GRADE MAINE
U.S. NO. 1 GRADE MICHIGAN
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