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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rockport: Morning worship 9:30. Church school 10:30 Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt. Bluffton: Church school 9:45. Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt. Morning worship 11:00. Rev. Charles Donaldson will be the speaker. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 a. m., Subject: Life. Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening. The reading room at the church is open every Wednesday from 2:00 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. MISSIONARY CHURCH Rev. Robert R. Welch, Pastor. Wednesday 8:00 Prayer meeting Thursday 2:30 Womens prayer meeting at the personage Sunday 9:30 Sunday school. 10:30 Morning worship 6:30 Prayer meeting. 7:00 Young peoples meeting. Child- Everyone is welcome. EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES 4 V. C. Oppermann, Pastor Emmanuel’s 9:30 a. m. Church School 10:45 a. m. Morning worship Youth Fellowship meet on the College campus on Sunday evening at 8:00 p. m. All plan to attend. The choir of the church meets for rehearsal on Thursday evening of this week at 8:45 p. m. An icecream social sponsored by the Friendly Couples class in co operation with the church'members will be held on Friday evening this week, at 6:30 p. m. All are invited to attend. St. John’s 9:30 a. m. Morning worship. 10:30 a. m. Church school. Youth Fellowship out at College Campus Sunday evening at 8 p. m. Plan to attend. Choir of the church meets Thurs day evening at 8:00 p. m. Come to the Icecream Social at Emmanuel’s church Friday evening of this week. Edith Lahr Missionary Circle Is Your Home Protected? Our Extended Coverage Policy gives complete Protection at low cost. Let me quote rates and explain coverages on town and farm buildings and contents. PAUL E. WHITMER 245 W. Grove St. Phone 350-W Bluffton, Ohio Representing Farm Bureau Mutual Fire Ins. Co. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio hurchesH meets Thursday evening at the home of Mina & Lucy Bessire at 8:00 p. m. All should plan to attend. EBENEZER MEN NONITE J. J. Esau, Supply Pastor Thursday:— 8:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study 8:30 p. m. Choir practice Sunday:— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Morning worship 3:30 p. m. Radio broadcast from WFIN, Findlay. 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor 8:15 p. m. Evening service DEFENSELESS MENNONITE Stanley Rupp, Pastor Thursday— 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting in charge of Mr. Clarence Diller. Sunday: 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship, Mr. Iner Basinger, speaker 7:30 Young people’s meeting Children’s meeting in basement 8:15 Evening worship, Rev. Levi Mellinger, speaker CHURCH OF CHRIST Milton Fronsoe, Minister Bible school 9:30 Bible study 10:00 a. m. Lesson study, “Abraham’s Practise of Brotherhood’’ WAR FOOD ADMINISTRATION RECOMMENDS Golden text: “Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee for we are brethren”— Gen. 13:8. Communion and Worship service 10:30 a. m. Preaching topic, “Am I My Brothers Keeper” We had a very fine report from those attending Lake James Chris tian Service camp. This week three will attend the High School camp at Lake James beginning July 22. BUY YOUR FERTILIZER NOW! ACCEPT EARLY DELIVERY/ This is the time to place your order for fall fertilizer —and avoid possible disappointment. And when you order, insist on Farm Bureau fertilizer —it’s made in Ohio, which saves expensive freight charges. FOUR ANALYSES—20% Super phosphate 0-14-7: also 3-12-12 2-12-6 3-18-9. Allen Farm Bureau Co-op. Ass’n. 103 S. Main St. Phone 377-W Bluffton, Ohio Please remember the following announcements, Missionary Society will meet at the church, Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Meeting of the Church Board will also be held at the church at 8 o’clock. “A woman who was interested in Christian work in London wrote me once and said, ‘I have a meeting I want you to come to speak. It is only a small meeting and will take nothing out of you’ I answered I cannot come, and it would be of no use if I did come. If it takes noth ing out of me it will do nobody any good. It is service that cost and cheap religion is not worth preach ing.”—Gypsy Smith “Diamonds are said to be chunks of coal that stuck to the job”. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school John Boehr, Supt. Classes for all. 10:30 a. m. The W’orship Service. The sermon by Rev. G. T. Soldner 8:00 p. m. Evening service. The young people will be in charge end give a report of their Retreat. The public is cordially welcome. Cabbage Leaves The wrapper leaves of the cab bage are higher in vitamins than the head. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH J. A. Weed, Minister Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Church School. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. 3:00 p. m. Annual Institute for Youth Fellowships opens at Lakeside “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble them selves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”—II Chron. 7:14 Pandora Local home talent will present an interesting program at the school house, Friday night, July 20, for the benefit of the community recrea tion fund. ’All organizations in the community have a part in the pro gram. The Putnam county Pomona Grange held a meeting at the Pan dora grange, Friday night, with Worthy Master Carl Wehrly in the chair. A covered dish supper was served after the program. Miss Elizabeth Risser, who had a cataract removed from an eye at Lima Memorial hospital last week is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Poole of Van Buren, spent several days at Mrs. Poole’s former home here last week. Women are helping in the fields this year to harvest the local pea crop, which is considered a very good one. The farmers take the cut off vines to the George Basinger farm south west of Pandora where the peas are shelled out by mach inery and then taken to the can neries. Putnam county ministers and fam ilies held a picnic at the Columbus Grove swimming pool, one evening last week. P. W. Krohn and family of Chica go, Ill., are expected here the latter part of the week to visit their mother, Mrs. R. A. Krohn. Mrs. M. D. Headington and child ren of West Orange, N. J., will arrive here this week to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Steiner several weeks. The Mennonite churches of this district will hold a union service at the St. John’s Mennonite church east of Pandora, Sunday night at 7:30 o’clock. Rev. J. J. Enz, of Nappanee, is the speaker. Churches being represented are Pandora Grace and St. John, Lima, Bluffton and Ebenezer. Lt. V. P. McClintock who returned from the Pacific war area recently has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne McClintock. Mrs. McClintock and little son Robert, nine months old, whom Lt. McClinton had never seen, of Bowling Green, were here visiting too. The Mc Clintocks left for Bowling Green, Friday and to visit other relatives. Mrs. Zella Hilty, who is taking treatments at the Richard Sanitor ium at Findlay the past two weeks for rheumatism will remain there another week. Ed Mosier home on furlough at Tiffin and who has been stationed in England the past two years, re cently flew to Florida via Africa. Mr. Mosier visited at the Peter Hilty home here the forepart of the week. Mrs. Melvin Long and son Gary, Misses Pauline Stainbrook, Clara Bracy and Juanita Burkhart spent Sunday at Russells Point. The Dr. H. A. Niswander family returned home from Michigan, Sat urday night. Farm wages paid by Ohio farmers are almost 250 per cent higher in the first half of 1945 than they were in 1910, prices farmers receive for the products in 1945 are approxi mately 100 per cent higher than in 1910, and prices farmers pay for goods they buy are about 75 per cent higher in 1945 than they were in 1910. Coal Used Early Coal w’as used early in China, but the first knowledge of this was not known to the western world un til recorded by Marco Polo in 1275. STOCK SALES Service bulls delivered. Fee $2 plus 5c per mile one way. C. N. Long & Son, phone Ada, Red 1360. tf Wanted Fresh and closeup springer cows: Holstein, Brown Swiss and Guernsey. O. C. Burk holder, Columbus Grove phone 438-5. 13 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 phene 189-W. tf For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf Farmers—We invite you to see the National Portable Milker now on display. Ed Waitermire, Gamble’s Auth. Dealer. For sale—2 fresh cows one Guernsey and one Brown Swiss. Ly man Barnes, Bluffton phone. For sale—2 extra good large red cows with calves by side. Clair Moser, 1*2 miles north of Beaver dam. For sale—Jersey heifer fresh, registered, at Lippincott farms, Beaverdam. Phone Lima 54506 or office 38351. 14 THE B1|.UFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO This Sunday in Ae Triplett softball team will play one of Lima’s flashiest outfits in a game with the Lima Eu. es at 7:15 p. m. this Friday at Harmon field. The Eagles crew holds victories over some of the best teams in Lima, including Lima W stinghouse, and local softball fans will have an op portunity to see a “al contest in the tilt scheduled for the home field Fri day. Sponsor of the Lima Eagles team is the George Scheid Plumbing Co. Triplett’s tilt with the Eagles on Friday will follow their sixth con secutive victory, won at Columbus Grove Tuesday night by a score of 17 to 1. Maynard Geiger hurled three-hit ball for the locals in the tilt, while Bluffton batsmen were rapping out 17 safe blows, including a mighty four-run homer by Bob Luginbuhl. After teeing off with two runs in the first inning, the Triplett team got three in the second, two in the third, and then broke loose with an eight run fourth inning assault. Fred Swank got three hits in five chances and Paul Eikenbary made two hits in the same number of trips to the plate. Bluffton AB K. Moser ___ __ 4 1 1 H. Basinger ___ __ 4 1 2 P. Eikenbary ____ __ 5 2 1 F. Swank ________ ___ 5 3 2 B. Swank ______ __ 4 0 1 Triplett Team To Play Lima Eagles Here Friday Wallop Columbus Grove NECTAR TEA BARED GOODS JANE PARKER Square CAKE ...L"se.Spanish a:ot- 27c NEW! IMPROVED! Mai bread a- ,... JANE PARKER JELLY KRVFT LIMBI RGER CHEESE PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE K He ASIVGO soft CHEESE TOILET SOAP 3 BATH SIZE 30c 21 REG. CAKES P. I„ I naweetened GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ........... 29c CORN FLAKES 3 «. 5e PIXIE SALTED PEANUTS 5 R. Berky 2 11 R. Augsburger 4 12 B. Luginbill ....... 3 12 D. Moser 2 0 2 M. Geiger 4 0 2 W. Spaeth .. 2 2 1 Totals 39 12 17 Col. Grove totals 25 3 1 Score by innings: Col. Grove __010 000 0— 1 Triplett ------------------232 800 2—17 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the friends and neighbors for their kindness and help during the short illness and death of our dear wife and mother. Especially do we thank her close friends for their aid and comfort during her last hours the minister, Rev. Milton Fronsoe for his consol ing words Mrs. Fronsoe for her beautiful singing and Paul Diller for the efficient and capable direc tion of the funeral service. 28c JANE PARKER YELIA CAKES 17 z ROLLS 22c JANE PVRKEK BOSTON BROWN BREAD 'K, 17c DAIRY PRODUCTS Nellie & Jess James Chas. Kauffman Fresh-laid eggs have a tempera ture of 106 to 107 degrees, experi ments have shown that fertile eggs will start germinating if kept at temperatures of 80 to 85 degrees, and food quality of eggs decreases rapidly unless they are cooled promptly and stored at 65 degrees or .less. FRESH RED PLUMS FRESH PASCAL pEI EDV Callf- YUKON ASSORTED BALL OR KEKK Grocery Values Every Day! SHREDDED WHEAT 2 st CHED-O-BIT CHEESE ANN PAGE ELBOW MACARONI OUK OWN TEA .............. SVNNYFIEI.D WHEAT FLAKES 8” 19s can PILLSBURY FLOUR 31c PKG. STOKELY WHOLE KERNEL CORN x‘k MELLO GLO EAKLY JUNE PEAS TRY A&P COFFEES 8 O’CLOCK L" RED CIRCLE .... 24c BOKAR BEVERAGES 2-4 7c MASON JARS BAKER MAID GRAHAM CRACKERS lb. SPREAD SPAGHETTI 69c 51c gal. jug VINEGAR_ _PECTIN I I NORTHERN TOILET I I NORTHERN TOILET I TISSUE I i 420c fl Elrose Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koontz and I son Sgt. Robert Koontz and June Gallant in company with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cooley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Frankenfield and daughters Beatrice and Elnore, Miss Shirley Gooding and Junior Rhodes all of Bloomville enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at Findlay park, Mr. and Mrs. Conner Stewart and family entertained company from Columbus last week., Callers in the Emmeline and Arthur Nonnamaker home the past week were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stauffer, and Mrs. N. B. Steinman Rolland Koontz, daughter Martha and son John of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs. Lendon Basinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koontz and son Robert. Gene Bish arrived at his home here last week having been honor ably discharged from Army service thru the point system. Union prayer service at Olive Branch church, Thursday evening. Due to redecorating the Bethesda church, their members were welcom ed by the Olive Branch church, Sun day morning for services. Callers on Mr. and Mrs. Ami Nonnamaker the past week were: Rev. Ralph Clark of Rawson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nonnamaker, dau ghter Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Klingler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koontz and family called at the Hiram Elzay home near Ada, Sunday. FOR USS THAN A GLASS! OUR OWN TEA tt-LB. PKG. ibs 35c Grown VElXn I 35c Lge. Tender tSalks SWEET AND JUICY CALIFORNIA ORANGES 5lb.59c FRESH TOMATOES sTS™.B,r. lb. 28c 1 DOZEN QUARTS 19c 12c VERMICELLI .. Pl K SUN STUFFED LIVES .... 101^ u 1 lb. 12c 9c 6c 55c CHOWDER IPTON-S NOODLE SOUP MIX SIFEK S CHOCOLATE SYRUP 8c $1.01 FLOUR TYPE CLEANER 57c 43c GAINE’S MEAL DOG FOOD INSECTICIDE .. 31c 23c GOLDEN CENTER TOASTED WHEAT GERM but 3 80-MULE TEAM WOODBl RY S 14c BORAX 25c SOAP WATER SOFTENER FOR CANNING lie CLIMALEHE .... X-e20c TEX WAX ROMAN CLEANSER ’/2-gal. 75c I E bot. |JC RO MAY qt. bot. lie ‘S. 22c CERTO FRUIT MACARONI ’’KG. 8C Lar ■L7 14c White House Evaporated MILK TALL CANS JQC Mrs. Freeman Basinger arrived home, Friday after having spent several weeks with her husband, who is in training in Alabama. John Martin Rites To Re Held Friday John C. Martin, 83, whose wife is the former Catherine Allerding, of Orange township, died of heart dis ease Tuesday evening at their home irf Findlay. He had been in ill health for 15 years. In addition to his wife, to whom he was married in 1890, he is sur vived by a son, Glen A. Martin, also of Ffndlay. Fuheral services will be held at the Barnhart funeral home in Findlay at 2 p. m. Friday. Rev. W. L. Har mony, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Hassen cemetery. DIXIE mURGARIRE PRODUCED BY THE MAKERS OF K1NGTASTE SALAD DRESSING & MAYONNAISE SELF SERVICE 1 \M. LGE. TENDER WHITE BUNCHES FRESH CELERY HEARTS FRESH CABBAGE FRESH GOLDEN HEAD LETTUCE 25c each 7c ... lb. FANCY GREEN HOT HOUSE CUCMBERS CARROTS RS„"d 1 FRESH ICEBERG 21c .. lb. 9c bunch 60 A-\VS 23c 12c .. site fWHL Remember, fish compares favorably with meat and poultry in food value, and it's grand eating! Try one of these selections today! FRESH CAUGHT, LAKE ERIE SHEEPHEAD DRESSED. PAN READY WHITING 25c 19c lb. 18c lb. FANCY FROZEN SMELTS lb. FINE MEAT DELICIOUS FLAVOR S. C. FRANKS SMOKED PORK 40c SAUSAGE KiT.. lb. FINE COLD OR FRIED HONEY LOAF 60c lb. 46c DELICIOUS HOT OR COLD PEPPER LOAF lb. WARNING! PAPER BAG SHORTAGE IS SERIOUS 1—Make or buy shopping bag. 2—Save all kinds of bag*. 3—Bring a basket, box or heavy car ton to carry your purchase* home.