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AGE FOUR
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Rev. Robert R. Welch, Pastor.
Wednesday
8:00 Prayer meeting
Thursday
2:30 Womens prayer meeting at
the home of Mrs. Harry Welty.
Sunday
9:30 Sunday school.
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer meeting.
7:00 Young peoples meeting. Child
rens meeting in basement
7:30 Evening worship
Everyone is welcome.
1 Mav
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WRONG SIZE RUG
This Sunday in Ae
hurchraH
OFFICE HOURS DAILY
8:30 to 11:30 A.
12:30 to 5:30 P.
A'
DEFENSELESS MENNONITE
Stanley Rupp, Pastor
Notice
Thursday-*- s
8:Q0 p. m. Prayer meeting i
charge of a quartet from the Grat'
Bible Institute Omaha, Neb.
The Board of Public Affairs
Sunday:
9:30 Sunday school
]o:3o a. m. Morning worship. Mr
Robert Weber, speaker.
7:30 p. m. Young People’s meeting.
Children’s meeting in basement.
8:15 p. m. Evening worship. Mr.
Robert Weber, speaker.
An Oil Bose Paint, not o Water Point
Economical —One Gallon will do the overage rofom
Covers ony type of water-thinned paint
Covers Wallpaper ond other surfaces with one oat
Dries quickly—room can be used the same day
No sour casein odor, common to water paint
Will not rust metol, os water paints do
Will not raise grain of wood, as water paints
Requires no thinner or extra bucket
Requires no priming or sizing coat
Dries to a flat, glareless, beautiful finish
4- Is not a fad —surface can be repainted at ary time
12 Ways Better use FLAT LUX
NSW itAUTY WITH PATTtKSON-SARGENT I AINTS
Quart 80c Gallon $2.4}
Greding Hardware
The right size
Armstrong Linoleum
Rug for Your Home
will be
August
We have the following sizes
now in stock:
6X9 7'/:X9 9X10
9X12 12X12 12X15
Also available in 6 foot widths
Basinger Furniture Store
___ __
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 Worship Service.
Dr. L. L. Ramseyer will preach.
No Sunday evening service.
You are cordially invited to attend
our services.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
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. Special service with Dr.
C. H. Suckau and a girls quartet from
the Grace Bible Institute, Omaha,
Neb. also showing pictures of the
life and work of the school.
THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
W. L. Harmony, Pastor
9:00 a. m. Morning worship service
and the Sacrament of The Holy Com
munion.
10:00 a. m. Sunday school. Supt.
Harold Beals.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rockport:
Church school 10:30
Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt.
Bluffton:
Church school 9:45.
Mr. Norman A. Triplett, Supt.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
Subject: Truth.
.--^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 vhe 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
Rev. W. H. Lahr will be the guest
speaker.
The Brotherhood of Emmanuel’s
and St. John’s churches meets at the
Emmanuel’s church, Thursday even
ing at 8:30 p. m. Guest speaker:
Rev. Walter Marks, of Vanlue, Ohio,
pastor of the United Brethren church.
All should plan to attend.
Girl’s Guild meets at the home of
Miss Rachel Schaublin, Thursday
evening at 8:30 p. m. All girls
should plan to attend.
No choir rehearsal this week.
St. John’s
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Church school.
Rev. W. H. Lahr is the guest speak
er for the service.
Choir meets for rehearsal on Thurs
day evening at 8:00.
Brotherhood of Emmanuel’s and St.
John’s churches meets on Thursday
evening of this week at 8:30 o’clock.
Guest speaker will be Rev. Walter
Marks, of the United Brethren church
of Vanlue, Ohio. His topic will be
“God and the O. P. A.” Plan to at
tend! Bring a friend.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Sunday—
9:30 a. m. Church School.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon by Rev. F. J. Batterson.
Ohio farmers bought 74.9 per cent
fewer feeder lambs in the first five
months of 1945 than during the
same months in 1944, but receipts
of feeder lambs in eight cornbelt
states were only 1 per cent less in
those same months of 1945 than for
the corresponding period of 1944.
Ohio farmers also bought 6.6 per
cent fewer feeder cattle in the five
months this year than during 1944.
Mayor’s Notice
Property owners in Bluffton cor
poration are hereby notified to cut
and destroy at once all noxious weeds
on their premises. Failure to comply
with this notice will necessitate the
work being done by official order and
costs assessed against the property.
15 W. A. Howe, Mayor
STOCK SALES
Service bulls delivereji^dWTt ?2 plus
5c per mile one wSy. C.| N. Long
& Son, phone Ada, Red 13150. tf
For sale—Fresh Shorthprn cow
also some choice gilts, bred for fall.
Stanley Bixel, Bluffton ph me.
For rent—Bulls: Shortht Here
ford, Angus and Browd S
Moser.
Farmers—Invite you
National Portable Milker
riss. Ira
tf
o see the
now on
display 2 unit $149.50. Ec
mire, Gamble’s Auth. Deale •.
Walter-
For sale—Jersey heifea fresh,
registered, at Lippincott farms,
Beaverda®. Phone Lima 54506 or
office 38351. 14
For sale—2 brood sows 3) shoats
2 cows one fresh 3 heifers. George
Strahm on Sandusky roadr frrd-Jarm
west of Allen-Hardin county line.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Bury Early Resident
At Cemetery Here
Remains of Roy 1 K. Mumma, 81,
Bluffton native w1 1 at his home
in Ft. Wayne we: buried at Maple
Grove cemetery Sunday of last
week. Graveside .-t- vices were con
ducted by Rev. J. A. Weed of the
Methodist church.
He was the son Peter and Su
sanna Mumma, ear’’ B’uffton resi
dents and a brother of the late Jos
eph and Taylor Mumma.
Surviving are- his wife and niece
Patty Mumma, whom they reared,
both of Ft. Wayhe and a sister, Mrs.
Martha Bowen of Warsaw, Ind.
Oiled Silk Curtains
It’s easy to make oiled silk cur
tains if you press hems with slightly
warmed iron, then seal with cellu
lose tane.
mARCARinE
NEW AND IMPROVED
PRODUCED BY THE MAKERS OF
KINGTASTE SALAD DRESSING
& MAYONNAISE
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DELICIOUS FLAVOR
DELICIOUS HOT OR COLD
LAKE ERIE
PAN READY
DELICIOUS DEEP FRIED
CHED-O-RIT SPREAD
CHEESE
ASIAGO SOFT
CHEESE ............
BRAND
SUNNYFIELD WHEAT
PUFFS......... 2
SOAP GRANULES
OXYDOL
24-OZ. O
PKG.
CUTS GREASE
LAVA SOAP
SERVE WITH PEACHES—POST Sl'OKELY
N. B. C.
r. L. SWEETENED
ORANGE JUICE
MACARONI
East Orange
Mrs. Harley Hoppe of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin was a supper guest last
Wednesday uf Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Boutwell and son Byron Leo.
Mrs Mary Srager, Mrs. Edith
Stager, Mrs. Ho Agin, Pvt. and Mrs.
Raymond Kimmel and Rayon Bout
well spent last Monday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell
and Byron Leo.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz c
Versailles were over night guests
recently of their daughter, Mrs.
Rayon Boutwell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stager, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Stager called on Mrs.
J. D. Cummins in the home of Mrs.
Laura Wagner. Mrs. Cummins is
seriously ill.
Mr. and Mre. Ferd Morris, Mr.
and Mrs. Andy Gratz of Bluffton,
S. T. Gorby, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Boutwell, Byron Leo Boutwell, Alice
Balmer called in the Rayon Bout
well home last week.
Mrs. Robert Potts and daughter
Rene of Bluffton, Will Stager and
Frank Dilts called in the B. J. Bout
well home last week.
Lynn Ray and Lonnie Sue Bout
well spent several days last week
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Burley Boutwell.
Mrs. Alma Bassett spent last
week end with her sister, Mrs. Edith
Stager.
Miss Mae Lewis of Florida is
spending a few weeks with Mr. anc
Mrs. Orrin Zimmerman and family
MEATS AND SEAFOOD
S. C. FRANKS................... (. 40c
SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE 47c
RING BOLOGNA.............................. 33c
PEPPER LOAF........................... 46c
FRESH CAUGHT MULLETS 23c
DRESSED WHITING......................... 18c
FANCY FROZEN SMELTS 23c
DAIRY
lb.
BLEU CHEESE ....
SUNNYFIELD WHEAT
FLAKES ..... 2
For Health, Energy and Variety—
SUNNYFIELD CEREALS
2 lb ctn 69c
PHILADELPHIA
47c CREAM CHEESE He
BORDEN’S WEDJ CUT
50c CREAM CHEESE 21c
SUNNYFIELD CORN
SS. 16c
pX
16c
FLAKES 2X“22c
SUNNYFIELD BRAN
3- lb.
pkg.
MACARONI
MUSSELMAN’S
FLAKES 2
TOASTIES .... 2 X- 26c KETCHUP 16c
SHREDDIES.......X 13c
30c
1-lb.
pkg.
12c
WHITE VINEGAR 43c
APPLESAUCE 213c
Ft 8UN STI FFED
QUEEN OLIVES
ENCODE
EGG NOODLES 19c
WHITE HOUSE
evaporated
MILK
GOLD MEDAL
FLOUR
5 X. 31c
22c
X..
SOAP GRANULES
DUZ
LARGE
pkg.
4JC
3 bars 18c
BALL OK KERR MASON
IADP
includes 1 doz.
JAKb
X.
BLUE BONNET
SALTINES
caps ................... pints
FBI IT PECTIN
47c
FOR CANNING
2- lb.
pkg.
33c
WlC
CERTO..............X 22c
KERR CAPS...... b.. 20c
CLAPP’S STRAINED
BABY FOODS 7c
OLD DITCH
CLEANSER .... 2
KITZ
BAKER MAID
15c
tX
CRACKERS.......X 25c
GRAHAMS ..... 19c
SUNNYFIELD
10X
69c
BUTTER.......... 49c
McKENZIE BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE
FLOUR............ 12c
IONA SLICED
4
,’B
36c
BEETS.............
X2
MIGHTY SOFT
Northern Tissue
4 roiis 20c
and James Gallant.
Cpl. Leland Nonnamaker is home
on a 30 day furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mericle of Bluff
ton moved in the Harry Ream house
last week.
for innmnc. ..for EnnnG!
ORANGES
WANTED
WATERMELONS
Women (17-35) with a real desire to
help the war program. As one of the
nation’s leading manufacturers of elec
trical measuring instruments our 100%
contribution to needs of the armed
forces has been substantial. If you will
join us, you can be assured of making
a real contribution toward the war ef
fort Clean, interesting work good pay.
THF TR|PI FTT EtfCTBICAL
INSTRUMENT CO.
BLUFFTON, OHIO
Persons in essen/ial activities must have certificates of
availability.
RED SWEET FRESH
PLUMS
CALIFORNIA JUICE FRESH ICEBERG HEAD
5
S
ib.
VINE-RIPENED CALIFORNIA PASCAL
CANTALOUPE 2 ,b. I Sc CELERY
JANE PARKER SPANISH
SQUARE CAKE
27c
New! Delicious Flavor! Marvel Sonr
RYE BREAD
JANE PARKER
13c
,.X
DINNER ROLLS 7c
For Peach Short Cake! Jane Parker
POUND CAKES e„b 28c
America’s Favorite, Jane Parker
DONUTS
X.”
15c
Marvel Whole or Cracked Wheat
BREAD
3
32c
loaf °Hc
for
Makes Delicious Toast Marel Raisin
BREAD
3 32c
IJXie
34 Thin Slices Marvel Sandwich
BREAD.....
I (c
:Xr
Jane Parker Fresh
JELLY ROLLS 22c
Marvel Hot Dor Rolls or Sandwich
BUNS 2 21c
IVORY
SOAP FLAKES
O
LARGE
PKG
CY.
IVORY
SNOW
LARGE
PKG
XJC_
IVORY
TOILET SOAP
3baarrgs30c
IVORY
TOILET SOAP
X-
MEDIUM
QC
BAR
lie
IVORY
TOILET SOAP
3
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Personal
Bars |tC
THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1945
Alfalfa should not be pastured
after September 5 in northern Ohio
or after September 20 in the south
ern part of th‘e state if good pro
duction of pasture or hay is desired,
the following year.
-eSELF-SERVICE
ONIONS X7.1Ee 3 u,s29c CABBAGES 7c
Wicksons Green or Santa Rosa Red HOT HOUSE
2ibl.
39c CUCUMBERS
4c
ib.
WHO! EOB
HALF
X’,1,
59c LETTUCE
21c
(2c
X*..?,
35c
Tender Stalks
/gyfft/x. came
5 SETTER.?
1. SUPERB QUALITY
2. “FLAVOR-SAVER" ROASTED
3. SOLD IN THE BFAN
4. CUSTOM GROUND
5. A BLEND TC SUIT YOUR
A & COFFEE
IS!
MILD AND MELLOW
8 O’CLOCK
3-Tb.
bag
59c
RICH AND FULL-BODIED
RED CIRCLE 24c
VIGOROUS AND WINEY
BOKAR........... 75c
KED TEA peps you up!
For less than one cent a floss, you
can enjoy iced tea at its refreshing
best. A&P tea blends oro favored
for flavor and fomous for value.
NECTAR TEA ...X 33c
OUR OWN TEA 55c
MAYFAIR TEA 23c
FU.DGFD TO N
TCP PRfCCF DOWN
........ ............... .. .........
CAMAY
TOILET SOAP
3
30c
3 W.e 21c
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