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CHURCH OF CHRIST A. S. Lenhart, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Bible school. 10:30 a. m. Communion senice Everyone welcome. HEA on galvanized tin roofs. This Snnday in me hiiixbitsB It’s Fun To Be Healthy It's a fact that no one food provides as much real nourishment and does more to promote vigorous health as milk. z Spreads on easily and has remarkable hiding qualities. Alto for METAL ROOFS tong wearing, weather resisting qualities of BPS CARN PAINT RED make it the ideal paint to use Have Your FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, pastor 9:30 Sunday school John Boehr Supt. Classes for all ages. 10:30 Worship sendee Visitors are always welcome And especially Page’s Homogenized Vitamin I) milk. It is extra nutritious agfl has a delicious, I Love-It flavor. Phone us for defl’very at your door. The Page Dairy Co. Bluffton Phone 489-W Poultry Equipment Our Fall supply of “EVERDAY” Poultry equipment has arrived. 10 hole steel Galvanized nests......................................$9.50 Galvanized grit feeders ..J............................................1.75 5 different types of heated flock waterers. Priced right. Our supply is limited, get yours while they last. Highest prices paid for poultry. JORG HATCHERY Phone 182-W with SOHIO FURNACE OIL UNIFORM IN QUALITY AND CLEAN BURNING Guaranteed Automatic Delivery Service No. 1 & No. 3 Grades always available SlfE OR CALE MURRAY TRIPPlEtiCRN phone 435-W FOR many years BPS BARN PAINT R£D it a rich, full-bodied exterior paint that can be liberally reduced wRh linseed oil... reducing the cost. BPS BARN PAINT RED dries with a good gloss holds its bright red color The tough, protective coating resists weather and does, not fade out like so many of the cheaper bam paints often do. Use it on bams, silos, outbuildings, bridges, warehouses and all wood, brick or metal surfaces. iron or Only $1.88 Car Serviced PER GAL for Labor Day NEW BEAUTY WITH PATTERSON-SARGENT PAINTS Greding Hardware Time is getting short—but thee/ is still time to have your car serviced for that Labor Dajy&eek end trip. Bring it in today and Xe’ll have everything in tip top shape for you to take off Jsy the end of the week. Yes ... we use -AWrathon Oils and Greases because you should have the best^or your car. Drive Safely—Avoid Accidents Marathon Sales and Service Authorized Hudson Agency N. Main & Elm Sts. Phone 207-VV O’ DEFENSELESS MENNONITE CHURCH Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor by delegates. Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school 10:30 a. m. Morning worship 7:30 p. m. C. W. B. program, leader, Wanda Hochstettler 8:15 p. m. Evangelistic message. You are welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Christ Jesus. 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. EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH Charles Warren, Interim Pastor Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, Joseph Thompson, Supt. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. Me Why Missions?” The rc issionary 7:30 p. 8:15 p. ge: “Th C. E. Evening ser1 Death of Chr EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School 10:45 a. m. Morning worship Family Night will be observed at the meeting of the Men’s Brother hood on Thursday evening of this week at 8:00 o’clock at St. John's church. A fine program has been planned tand guest speaker secured in the person of the Rev. J. Harmon Dutton. Bring the family and enjoy a real evening of fellowship together. The Cornelia Missionary Circle will meet for their Annual Picnic on Friday evening of this week at 7:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Pearl Gratz. Mr. Delvin Kirchhofer will be the guest speaker. St. John’s: 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:30 A. M. Church School. The choir of the church will meet for rehearsal on Wednesday even ing of this week at 8:00 o’clock. We urge all members of the choir to make a special effort to be present. Family Night will be observed at the meeting of the Brotherhood on Thursday evening of this week at 8:00 at the church. A fine program has been planned and guest speaker secured in the person of the Rev. J. Harmon Dutton. Bring the family and enjoy a real evening of Chris tian Fellowship together. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Paul E. Cramer, Minister Church school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Sermon: The Prophet in the Minority. This is another sermon based on the life of one of the great men of the Bible. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Pastor Wednesday— 8:00 Prayer nieeting Thursday— 2:30 Women’s Prayer meeting in the home of Mrs. Lugibill. Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship, Walker and Pike evangelistic party in charge 6:30 Prayer meeting 7:00 Young Peoples meeting. Children’s meeting in basement. 7:30 Evening service in charge of evangelistic party. Everyone is welcome. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister Rockport: Morning worship 9:30 Church school 10:30 Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt. Bluffton: Church school 9:45 N. A. Triplett, Supt. Morning worship 11:00 Annual Church School picnic Thursday Aug. 29, at Harmon Field. Both churches resume morning worship this week. Labor day Sun ill day sermon: “Holiness is Wholeness” STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf Notice—Present conditions make it necessary to increas^ our bull ser vice fees to $3 per c6w, plus regular mileage of 10fc per/ mile one way. Effective Adgust y C. N. Long & Son, Ada phone K/d 1360. tf W anted—Good jwork horse. J. W. Manges, lilufftoy phone. Call morn ings or evenings/ Attention fanners. Did you see the U. S. electric Jarc welder demonstra tion at the Dmphos fair? We are dis tributors forfthis locality. Phone 389 W for free/ demonstration on your farm. Walt^rmire’s. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Settlement The members of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adem Steiner family and their families enjoyed a basket dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moser, Sunday. Samuel Cox of Elkton, Michigan, is visiting with his brother Rev. and Mrs. Willfem Cox at the Jess F. Steiner home. Miss Dorothy’ Rothfuss o Sebewaing, Mich., is also spending several days in the Steiner home. Rev. Dick Reilly who has been a student at the Wycliffe Linguistic Institute at the Oklahoma State University this summer, returned home to be with his family in the Hiram Geiger home. Rev. and Mrs. Reilly and family expect to be at Nappanee, Indiana, for some time. Rev. Reilly is to be engaged in evangelistic work. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Geiger was ransacked Sunday fore noon while the family attended church service. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wynkoop are spending a number of days in Michigan. Potato growers in this area are marketing their crop at present. Good yields are reported and the tubers are of high quality. Mrs. Earl Lehman left for Morton, Illinois, Friday where she is to visit iiM u ■j? yu.it s L’i?./-’ LIMITED SUPPLIES OXYDOL LIMITED SUPPLIES SUPER SUDS LIMITED SUPPLIES IVORY SNOW MOPS Zephyr PEAS Ton. ... FLY SWATTERS.. 9c PINEAPPLE TOPPED in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stuckey and family. Arthur and Alan Gratz spent several days last week with their cousin Claire Gratz near Gilboa. The last of the union services of Pandora and the surrounding com munity churches was held at St. John, Sunday evening. Rev. Frank S. Harder brought the message to a large audience. Mrs. Mary Miller and daughter Selma were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Basinger and family. Pvt. Kenneth Reichenbach is spending a furlough with his home folks. Mrs. A. E. Kohli left the last of the week for Lancaster, Pa., to be in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Backensto and family. A baby girl was recently bom to Mr. and Mrs. Backensto. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Warren and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hilty and daughter were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lora and family last Friday evening. Mrs. Bertha Myers of Bluffton, Ind., returned to her home last Tues day after visiting with her sisters, Mrs. Mary Roethlisberger, and Mrs. David Steiner and also with Mrs. Rosa Hilty, from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Basinger are leaving Thursday morning for Calif ornia for the benefit of their health VeS«tobUS 4 39° 1 "B8 \tEllW 7- Let Your A&P Help You Take the Labor Out of Labor Day STORES CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 I 1 2.19 t.c»29®\ s*e0Ut8S 25c LARGE PKG. FIG BARS tST ennii 20c 67c I 3C Nabisco 100% ., BRAN Bakery Department ^”3 buns......!?.:. Jane Parker Fre*h POTATO CHIPS MIGHTY SOFT SARDINES ’K QUART Sr... MACARONI... 65c dot. MARVEL FKESII HOT DOO pk' o,'20c ROLLS......2 21c A&P BAKER S OATMEAL 33c COOKIES 32c NORTH. TISSUE KIDNEY BEANS 12c S14c who are sufferers of asthma. Mr. Basinger will return and dispose of his chattels and will return later again. Rev. and Mrs. Landolene Amstutz and two daughters have returned to their home in Tiskilwa, 111., after a two weeks’ visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Menno Augsburger. Miss Wilma Augsburger and her guest Miss Lillian Fife of Henderson, Neb., are spending the week at the S. O. S. Bible camp at Crystal lake, East Sioux City, Iowa. Miss Carol Diller, former nurse in a Cleveland hospital is now on the teaching staff of the Mennonite hospital in Bloomington, Ill. In Memoriam In memory of Elizabeth Amstutz who passed away three years ago August 27th. The call was sudden, the shock se vere, We little thought such grief was near. Only those who have lost can tell The pain of parting without fare well. Her life a beautiful memory, Her absence a silent grief She sleeps in God’s beautiful garden In the sunshine of perfect peace. Sadly missed by The Children and Grandchildren. z I Sfllj hot for FILL 'KKFlLLfTs LIMITED SUPPLIES ~23c DUZ LIMITED SUPPLIES ■s 23c DREFT 23c LIMITED SUPPLIES 52c flakes UUnU 15c Sunnyfield Macon ......... dot. SANDWICH 10c COCONOG 13c 10c S CASHMERE BOUQUET O/1 LGE. BAR THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 1946 Total 1946 U. S. food production is expected to be 33 per cent greater than the annual average in 1935-39. Food consumption per capita has in creased 14 per cent since prewar years. COAL Notice Kentucky, Virginia, West Virghy^flnd Ohio quality coal. Howard Stager Coal Yard on A. C. & Y. R. R. Phone 354/W or 265-W DIXIE MARGARINE Demand Greater Supply Smaller But Keep On Asking For Dixie! Make your holiday a glorious affaid Pack a lunch, round up the youngsters and head for the country You can rely on A & to .ill your basket with all the good things necessary to make your picnic a memorable one. & P°Ultry uS7e 45c '49c i 45c I 69c 59c 59c l‘ 42c 43c LARGE PKG. BAKING b8uo“,:„.,d 5c FLA-VOR-AID pk(f,310c LIDS 10c Dairy Department LARGE—GRADE "A" SUNNYBROOK EGGS.......... ^Glc T1LGHMAN MACKEREL BOWL CLEANER PUR BOL 2a JO OQm LARGE PKG. IVORY FLAKES 23c VINEGAR 33c‘ COCOA ....9c HOUSEHOLD 25c CHEESE FOOD 2 SI.05 Ann Page Boston Style BEANS DAILY DOG MEAL /...............