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THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. W. L. Harmony, Pastor 9:00 a. m. Morning worship— Sermon theme, “In Thy Name” 10:00 a. m. Sunday school—Harold Beals, Supt. USE This Sunday in Ae hurchesEi Mate/UaL that daeA CHURCH OF CHRIST A. S. Lenhart, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school. 10:30 a. m. Communion service 10:45 a. m. Sermon Everyone welcome. Jhw Jlafic ivr your HAIR with the exquisite KERA-KOLD PERMANENT WAVE NO HEAT NO MACHINE NO DISCOMFORT As you relax in luxurious comforfTyour hair is bathed in this magical cool curling lyrion and—presto! —you have a mass of sparkling ringhfts that are soft and springy, natu ral-booking, and longer-lasting. KERA-KOLD wave is especially recommended for problem hair of all textures—bleached or dyed. Come in or call for an appointment now. You 11 be fascinated by the results. Experienced operators lel’i Beauty. Box Phone 239-W Bluffton the real OIL BASE PAINT Apply FLATLUX over any interior surface ... Wallpaper... Platter •..Wallboard...or previously painted surfaces (water or oil paint). One Coat covers smoothly without brushmarks. COVERS WALLFAPER IN ONE COAT... FIATLUX FACTS... e Easy to Apply ... Quick to Dry. e Lime-Proof Colon. e Ready for Ute ... No tpe cial mixing or extra bucket. e No objectionable odor. o Easy to wash. e One Gallon will do the average room. On/y ,$2.40 NIW tfAUrr WITH FATff ASON-MAGfNT FAINT5 Greding Hardware 1. Sheaths 2. Insulates 3. Beautiful exterior finish. No painting no upkeepcosts. SALES SINCE LAST ISSUE: E. A. Suitemeister Siding for house A. C. Roth Siding for poultry house D. L. Ohenour Insulation for poultry house PRIORITY FREE! 2 ft. 8 ft. sheet—each -.......... $2.24 In lots of 1000 ft. or more—each.......... $2.08 Steinman Bros. Lumber Co. “AsA: Steinman's" per gal. 3 *1 FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, pastor 9:30 Sunday school John Boehr, 10:30 Worship service Dr. I. W’. Bauman will bring the message. 8:00 evening service, sponsored by the Women’s Missionary’ Society’. Dr. S. F. Pannabecker is the speaker. Visitors welcome. EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School 10:45 a. m. Morning worship The Women’s Guild meets at home of Mrs. John Badertscher on Wednesday evening of this week at 7:00 for their annual picnic. Consistory will meet on Monday evening Aug. 12, at the church. St. John’s: 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:30 A. M. Church School. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Pastor Wednesday— 8:00 Prayer meeting Thursday— 2:30 Womens Prayer meeting the,,berrle of Mrs. Strunk. Lfffinday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 Morning worship 6:30 Prayer meeting 7:00 Young Peoples meeting. I Childrens meeting in basement. I 7:30 Evening service I Everyone is welcome. DEFENSELESS MENNONITE CHURCH Thursday— 8:00 Bible study. Leader, W Burkholder Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship. Speak ive from Haiti! j. Mrs. Chester! to Haiti will 30 Eve ng service Corrello, missionar speak, followed by will show picture work in that field. Mr. Corrello who s of missionary to th You are welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday sendees at 10:30 a. m. Subject, Spirit. Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening. The reading room at the church is open every to 4:00 p. m. Wednesday from 2:00 The public is invited and to visit the read- a branch of IT This society Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH Charles Warren, Interim Pastor Thursday— 8:15 p. m. Sunday school teachers’ Bible study. 8:30 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible study. Topic: Why Pray? Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, Joseph Thompson, Supt. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. Mes sage: Freedom of Speech. 7:30 p. m. C. E. 8:15 p. m. Evening service Coming! Youth Conference, Aug. 15-18. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Paul E. Cramer, Minister Church school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Sermon: A Real Friend. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister Rockport: Church school at 10:30. Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt. Bluffton: Church school 9:45 N. A. Triplett, Supt. Average corn yields in the U. S. I in 1946 will be about eight bushels! more per acre than the average! yield in the period 1935-44, and will| be in er an bushel increase. about four bushels higher than 1945. The figures indicate weath and hybrid seed have had about equal influence in THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO in the eight- for 3.5 per condensaries Prices paid dairymen cent milk by U. S. averaged $1.38 in 1940, $2.66 in 1944,1 and $2.63 in 1945. The average price for a case of evaporated milk in the U. S. was $2.87 in 1940 and was $4.15 in 1944 and in 1945. The margin between prices paid pro ducers and those charged for evapor ated milk remained almost constant. STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here-I ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tfl Notice—Present conditions make it necessary to increase out bull ser vice fees to $3 p&r rfow, plus regular mileage of 10c per mile one way. Effective Augnst 1. cJ N. Long & Son, Ada phone Red 13fi0. tfl For sale—Duroc nr.de hog 1 years old. J. J. Smita, 2 miles west of Mt. Cory and mile north. For sale—Jersey c6w, also Guern sey heifer. Loraine Badertscher, Bluffton route 2. bull old P. Steiner Beaverdam. For sale—Shorth&rn enough for service/ 1 miles Beaverdam phone 175431. west of A degree in oratory was granted to Daniel Alspach at Bluffton Col lege. Bachelor of arts degrees were conferred on Homer Moser, Martin Baumgartner, Harry Kohler, Huldah Moser and Waldo Schumacher. Ed and Amos Amstutz are diving a new Dodge car purchased David Burkholder last week. Homer Kohli returned home Agosta, Ohio, where he has teaching school. the to Mr. NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF JUNE 7, 1917 from from been Miss Zanna Staater is an instruct or in music at Maryville College, Maryville, Tenn. Martin Baumgartner will leave for Shelbyville, Ind., where he will begin his summer work with an orchestra on the Chautauqua circuit. New officers for the college alumni association are: A. J. Neuensch wander, pres. Armin Hauenstein, vice pres. Miss Alice Mueller, sec’y. D. W. Bixler, treasurer. Donivan Baumgartner will repre sent the Bluffton League at the Luther League Convention at Lima. Hamp Swank has purchased the Dixie Highway lunch from the Long brothers. Well No. 2 was shot on the E. P. Steiner farm. The third well will be drilled soon. Waldo Stettler of the Lahr. Huber and Miss Metta were married at bride’s pastor, the home Rev. W. H. no Ira Me SELFf SERVICE! The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. Delicious Washington Grown—Lge. Size APRICOTS DUARTS, GAVIATE OR HICKSON PLUMS s™t 2 39c POTATOES ORANGES X'".. 5 65c YELLOW DRY ONIONS PINEAPPLE a girl. The pony cart in which W. E. Diller, son Sherwood, aryl daughter Jean were riding was struck by an auto driven by Rev.. L. I. Mercer. Occupants of the cart were thrown to the pavement and the cart over turned. No one was seriously in jured. Misses Agnes Amstutz and Bertha Roethlisberger will attend the sum mer session at Bowling Green. John Beagle’s son Marshall had his team run away at the Stone Co. plant when frightened whistle. the QQ- 10-lb. mesh bag www Provides each essential nutrient of fresh milk! 3 s36« 3 SMALL SIZE CANS 18c 400 U.S.P. UNITS OF ’‘SUNSHINE’* VITAMIN 03 PEI PINT •HO» CONNtertO WITH ANT company USING A IIMUAt NAMt O» ItANO. JUICE 13c 18-ox. can A&P FANCY PINEAPPLE Limited ................ PINEAPPLE 20c No. 2 can A&P FANCY SLICED Limited A&P fancy crushed can Limited MARVEL FRESH DINNER ROLLS ... i-doz. pkg. OC JANE PARKES PINEAPPLE BUNS................ o?k5 20c JANE PARKER CHOCOLATE ICED DEVILS FOOD CAKE,. 49c SUPPLIES LIMITED—RAJAH SALAD DRESSING ... JANE PARKER FRESH POTATO CHIPS...... AGED CHEDDAR CHEESE horses became blowing of a at the had three ribs Fenton an accident at the Lima Howard broken in Loco. David Carr and Ralph Cunning ham are attending an encampment of the G. A. R. at Akron this week. Eli Hauenstein has resigned his position as manual training instruct or at Wooster and will accept a position with the Great Lakes Engin eering Co. DIXIE MARGARINE I (11,000 WHITE OF VITAMIN A Demand Greater Supply Smaller But Keep On Asking For Dixie! NOW -for next winter I9c FRESH HOME GROWN PASCAL CELERY K. T'"de ‘S 49c NEW’ WHITE COBBLER SWEET VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPE 2 !X43c VALENCIA CALIFORNIA Jff Bushel Private lenders held nearly 70 per cent of the U. S. farm mortgages in 1945. Insurance companies 17.4 per cent. Ohio farmers are advised by Jones, extension agronomist, Yellow Freestone FRESH ELBERTA PEACHES Top Quality MEATS, FISH and POULTRY SKINLESS FRANKS RING 18c BOLOGNA NO WASTE—ROSEFISH FILLETS 16c pint jar 33c 8-ox. Pkg. SULTANE WHOLE UNPEELED PRICOTS 56c NO. 2 CAN 2&17c ROMAY................ qt. bot. 14c had Earl Ohio State University, to make lime ap plications on sod instead of im mediately preceding the planting of com or wheat. He says legume seedings will get more benefit when applications are made further ahead of seeding, and putting the lime on sods gives the fanner a better chance to make the application dur ing slack w’ork periods. Damage to standing are the applying of year. 45c LB. 43c LB. 41c LB. NBC RITZ Piqua Agricultural LIMESTONE Again available in Bags. Carload coming soon —-/Place your order now. CLYDE WARREN Bluffton phone 546-R Bluffton, Ohio ROMAN New Marvel Raisin Baker Maid Graham CLEANSER FRUIT BREAD CRACKERS i6-°z ■fr. LOAF I THURSDAY, AUGUST 8,194$ Trap Shoot Sunday, August 11 1:00 P. M. Merchandise Prizes, All Shooters Eligible. 12 and 16 gauge shells available on grounds. Bluffton Gun Club 2 hay or ice-covered ground only conditions preventing lime on sod at any time miles north of Bluffton on Dixie hiKhwaje 8f Gassard Filling Station and Store. Lloyd Hardwick, President C. V. Stonehill. Sec.-Treas. OR 4-45c Now’s the time to can peaches! You’ll find large supplies of ripe, luscious peaches at your A&P. They’re just right for canning right for your budget, too. Come in and get them now ... and put up a plentiful supply. Ask for A&P’s leaflet of kitchen tested peach recipes and peach can ning instructions. It’s free. California Grown White Seedless GRAPES 33c RIPE FULL FLAVORED HONEY DEWS 31c ea. FRESH LONG GREEN CUCUMBERS CRISPY FRESH ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE 29c for Eft 3 He head RED RIPE GUARANTEED QUALITY WATERMELOHS.... 5c Tender, Fresh from Kalamazoo CELERY HEARTS 19c bunch New Crop, California Eating Apples GRAVEHSTEIH 4 lb8. 54c AT HOME OR ON VACATION Enjoy DELICIOUS A&P COFFEE Serve Iced, or Hot MILD AND MELLOW 3 ba6 59c RICH AND FULL-BODIED ss 24c VIGOROUS AND WINEY 3 a 75c Drink America’s Most Popular Coffee FRESH JANE PARKER nnilllTC Sugared 1-doi. UUHUIO or Plain .., pkg. JANE PARKER STREUSSEL FRUIT LOAF MARVEL HOT DOG ROLLS JANE PARKER BANANA BAR CAKES.... A&P BAKERS FRESH DROP COOKIES GOLDEN-CENTER. TOASTED WHEAT GERM ......... WOODBURY’S SOAP 22c CRACKERS (5c 23c each MARVEL HAMBURGER 21c 8-bun pkgs. BUHS 5 2 8-roll pkga. 21c 24c each 19c 1-doz. pkg. 25c 15-ox. pkg. cake DC 25c 19C PKG.