Mrs. Ed. Lugibill.
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer meeting.
7:00 Young People’s meeting.
7:30 Evening Service.
Everyone is welcome.
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt.
Church school 9:45
N. A. Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00
This is Young People’s Sunday
both churches, with the morning wor
ship in charge of the youth.
J. Shady, Pastor
W. P. B. program
9:30 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
7:00 Adult C. W. B. program
7:45 Evangelistic service.
There will be no service in
church Thursday, so as to give all an
opportunity to attend the meetings
held in the South High school audi
torium in Lima, when Rev. John R.
Rice is the speaker in services every
night this week at 7:30. All our
members are urged to attend.
I N S U
CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. D. Read, Pastor
9:15 Worship service. Sermon
10:00 Bible School. Robert E.
You are invited.
BETHEL CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. D. Read. Pastor
10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart
11:00 Worship service. Sermon
subject—“ The Creation.”
There will be a baptismal service
at the end of the regular worship
service. You are invited. Nehemiah
4:6 “So built w’e the wall and al!
the wall was joined together unto
the half thereof: for the people had
a mind to work.”
The parsonage that was started a
short time ago is well on its way.
The basement blocks have all been
laid we are ready to start the frame
work. We appreciate the work, mon
ey and material that has been given
toward this project.
THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL
Rev. W. L. Harmony, Pastor
Services of Sunday, Jan. 26, 1947.
Sunday school 9 A. M. Harold
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MRS. RUTH TRIPPLEHORN
Worship service at 7:30 p. m. Ser
mon theme—“Hear Ye Him.”
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. PkuI H. Cramer, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Church school
Mr. Nelson Steiner, Supt.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship
This is Young People’s Sunday and
the Junior choir will sing.
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship.
The Allen County Methodist Broth
erhood will meet Wednesday at 5:15
for a supper meeting. Any man who
wants to attend is invited.
7:00 p. m. Junior choir practice.
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BLUFFTON, OHIO PANDORA, OHIO
7:30 p. m. Senior choir practice.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. S mucker, pastor
6:30 High Bible Study group.
7:15 Choir rehearsal.
8:15 Adult Bible Study group be
ginning a study of the Gospel of
John. All invited.
9:00 Sunday school Carl Smuck
er, Supt. classes for all ages.
10:30 Worship service.
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
7:30 prayer and Bible study.
8:30 Choir rehearsal.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School, Joseph
10:30 Morning worship.
Message by Rev. Charles Warren,
7:30 p. m. C. E.
8:15 Evening service.
Theme: “Launch Out Into the
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
9:30 a. m. Church school
10:45 A. M. Morning worship.
Catechism instruction Saturday
9:30 a. m.
9:30 a. m. Morning worship
10:30 a. m. Church school
A poultry expert recently said:
“There is no best meed,” Many
standard breeds are good. The
strain of bird is more important
than the breed. THat is why we se
lect winning strairp—high egg pro
duction strains, pduigreed males for
our breeding flocl®. Then they are
carefully culled aiid pullorum tested.
No wonder customers get such good
results from /Amstutz improved
breeding prograpi and come back for
more. Get speqftal early order book
ing discount pr/ce list now from Am
stutz Hatcheries, Bluffton and Pan
“Chickens are about the only livestock I can take
care of on the farm. My daughter says it is a big
help for me to tend our flock and I like it because
we get so many eggs out of those pullets raised
from AMSTUTZ Hatchery Chicks. Bob says that
NO LIVESTOCK PAYS unless it also pays for our
lab4r. That is why all of like AMSTUTZ Chicks
that live and lay so good.
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in church basement guest
Junior C. E.
The Evening service. “Great
Visitors are always welcome.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
The reading room at the church
is open every
to 4:00 p. m.
to all services
Wednesday from 2:00
The public is invited
and to visit the read-
This society is a branch of The
Mother Church, the First Church
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
The choir of the church meets
Thursday evening at 8:30 at the
church. All attend.
The choir meets for rehearsal
Thursday evening at 7:30 at the
church. All try to attend.
Catechism instruction Saturday at
9:30 a. m.
International Missions will be ob
served in the services on Sunday.
Anna Sewell received about $100
outright for writing “Black Beauty.”
On the lowest of the royalty bases
she would have been paid $300,000
before her death.
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
For sale—Bay gelding 7/ yrs. old,
good worker. Ferd Morris, on Lee
Main farm, 6 miles east on Rt. 103
and one mile south.
For sale—15 Shropshire ewes
Shropshire ram also 50/White Rock
hens hatched in April bf last year.
Ralph Amstutz, 165 Mo/nd St., ^hofte
Here, There And
Utilization of the Findlay Refinery
by the Com Products refining
company of New York City for the
manufacture of industrial sugar
during off season operations of the
sugar plant was announced recently.
The plant wild employ as many of
the workers of the sugar plant as
possible. Employment is expected to
approximate from 300 to 400 the
normal personnel during the Great
Liquid sugar will be shipped to
Findlay from the company's North
Kansas City, Mo. plant to be refined
into a low grade industrial sugar.
Waldo Matter of Bluffton has been
quite ill the past four weeks.
Eugene Haas, who is building a
cozy bungalow on' the old Hillville
school house site will soon have it
Ira Wilkins, near Mt. Cory who
was in Oregon last summer picking
hops expects to return this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steiner are
now living on North Jackson Street.
He is employed at the Nickel Plate
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moser and
daughter Carolyn attended the wed
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Duett Moser
near Lima, Sunday.
Wayne Lugihihl of Bluffton sold
his home in Ottawa which he built
last summer. He also built one in
Bluffton and is living in it with his
Myron Moyer, near Mt. Cory is
remodeling the former Otto Bigler
property on South Main street for
an electric store.
Frank Neuepschwander redecorat
ed the Pine restaurant recently for
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gratz, who
were recently married are now living
on the Albert Amstutz farm at
M. P. Perkins had a public sale
in the W. E. Hoffman farm west
of Rawson Friday. The farm is
MIXED VEGETABLES H°.’
ANN PAGE TOMATO SAUCE
GREEN GIANT PEAS
ANN PAGE SALAD
VINEGAR..... £............. qu*rt
Quite a few new homes are being
built at Bluffton and Pandora.
rented to Mr. Inbody for the year.
Patricia Huber, south of Bluffton
is employed at the Crane
Harold Montgomery and
Sechler have returned from
to the Rio Grande valley in Texas.
Lee Amstutz purchased the Fred
Moyer farm at Beaverdam.
Frank Neuenschwander underwent
an operation Sunday at Bluffton
Louise, daughter of Mrs. Cora Mc
George of Lima and Norman Conine
also of Lima were married Friday
night by Rev. Paul Graeser of the
Reformed church at his home
that city. She is a bookkeeper
the Kolter-Buick Co., and he
employed at Westinghouse.
Wayne Huber of Wright field,
Dayton, spent the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Huber.
Kenneth Moser and Rose Cornett
of Lima were married at Perry
chapel, Sunday. She is employed at
the Penney store and he is a partner
in the Moser market in Lima,
Gilboa farm institute was held
Wednesday. Speakers were
Elizabeth Milligan of Richmond, Ind.,
and Henry Leinbach of Vermillion.
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Beaverdam farm institue will be
held Wednesday afternoon and even
ing, Feb. 12 in Beaverdam high
school auditorium. Music and sound
Because of illness Fred Welker
didn’t get his corn crop shredded
this winter, but that isn’t worrying
him now. Last Saturday a large
number of neighbors moved onto the
farm on State Route 117 near the
Kemp road with two com shredders
and 25 tractors and made short work
of cleaning up the job.
Goldie McGeorge of Lima doesn’t
believe in changing jobs. She has
been bookkeeper at the Gregg store
there for over 20 years.
Farmers in the combelt found that
a supply of running water in the
poultry yard cut the time required
to care for the laying flock by 50
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As the church bells were ringing
in the New Year last Saturday at
midnight, Irwin Zay of Mt. Cory,
and Miss Jennie Swank, one of our
well known Bluffton young ladies,
embarked on the ocean of wedded
Wilbert Schumacher and Edward
Moser left for Columbus to attend
the ten weeks course in agriculture
at Ohio State University. Hiram
Schultz also entered as a student in
Peter C. Herr and Amos Geiger
left Tuesday for Silverton, Oregon,
to bring home the former’s mother
and look after business matters.
On Christmas occured the marriage
of Edward Steiner to Miss Priscilla,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Diller
northwest of Pandora at the home
of the bride’s parents.
Following a social affair at the
home of J. H. Marshall the big 4
horse bob sled! with 40 youngsters
aboard overturned on the way home
and skidded down into a deep ditch.
Excitement ran high as limp and
apparently lifeless youngsters were
dragged out from under the heap.
Doctors were obtained in a hurry to
look after the injured and rigs were
procurrcd to take home those ap
injured the most
Gladys Stewart of
Lola Cook, Fae Lamb, Vinnie Meeks,
Gale Marshall. Audrey Kidd, Messrs.
Clarence Rockhill, Matt Stewart.
JANE PARKER PLAIN
POUND CAKE Mcb 39c
DllIIQ PINEAPPLE BA.
du no topped ................................ pkg. fcVG
OATMEAL COOKIES 45c
A&P BAKER’S CHOCOLATE CHIP
JANE PARKER FRESH CRISP
Fulwood Murray, a former Bluff
ton boy, who had charge of the’ Col.
Grove Clipper for several years, sold
out his interest in that paper.
Dr. Francis Basinger and Fred
Zehrbach are exhibiting some of
their high grade Orpingtons at
Delphos poultry show.
Chris Santschi and son Louis
for New York city where they
embark for Switzerland.
A & STORES ARE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY
EXCEPT WEEKS IN WHICH HOLIDAYS OCCUR
Store Hours: Tuesday Thru Friday 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturday 8:30 a. m. to 10:00 p. m.
Clair Fett entertained at his home
on Kibler street in honor of his
THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1947
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of January 5, 1911
Grover T. Steiner, son of Mr. and friend, Ralph Bixel, of Toledo, at a
Mrs. Tobias Steiner residing on Riley
Street, was married at Riverside,
Calif., on Christmas Day to Miss
Hazel Hoover,, a former well known
lady from Lima.
six o’clock dinner, Misses Carol
Betzner, Agnes Frizzel, Verena Hilty,
Miriam Fasold, Winnifred Morrow,
Eva Powell, Pauline Bowman of
Lima, and Messrs. Arthur Amsturt-z,
Harley Spangler, Ralph West, Eddie
Plattner, Raymond Beach of Ashland
and Ralph Bixel, who were school
mates of the young visiter while
residing in Bluffton.
Julian Doriot of Kansas City, Mo.
called on a number of
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
TEXAS MAKSHSEEDLESS--80 SIZE
1 GRAPEFRUIT 10 39c
E CALIFORNIA NAVEL
ORANGES 2^ 49c
GREEN, TENDER SHOOTS
(IRA Ufa FC Ptaeappi* Variety large SI.
Un^nUCO S ib. bag 45c .. »l*e, do*. wO*
MEDIUM SIZE GREEN STALKS
PASCAL CELERY 2 to, 29c
WASHINGTON FANCY BOX BED ROME
APPLES ...................... 4
Land prices in Ohio
vember, 1946, were a
than double the average price per
acre for the same land in 1935-39.
The November level was only 10
per cent less
than the peak reached.
costs in eight Ohio
dairy manufacturing companies in
1944 averaged 2.33 cents a pound
on butter, 3.14 cents a pound on
cheddar cheese, and 2.32 cents a
pound on non-fat spray process dried
milk. Those costs included all ex
penses in the plant and dn getting,
the product into trade channels.
In the Common Pleas Cohrt of Allen
Ca-*e No. 37350.
Gladys N. Keller, Plaintiff,
Keller, Junior, Defendant.
The defendant, John C. Kd
sergeant in the army of the
of Arnerica, presently rcsidirjr
at Camp Kilmer, New JertJy,
address as Sergeant John
Company G, Eighth Regiment, O. R. D..
Camp Kitmer, New Jersey’7’
that Gladys N. Keller has I
an action against him fit
grounds of gross neglect at
cruelty, restoration of fm
other equitable relief. S
hearing on and after
date of the fl rift publication of this notice.
to-wit: on and after
',/ vs. John C-
■ler, Junior, a
will take notice
Tiled in said court
w divorce on the
duty and extreme
laiden name and
Id cause will be for
:ix weeks from the
He 21st day of Febm-
By I. B. Steele. Her
15,000 UNlYS OF VITAMIN A
Asking for Dixie
■OUTHXBN aaowir. BOCKD BSD
S FRESH RIPE CUBAN
RADISHES .7$ I3c
HEAD LETTUCE £%.. nta. 14c
MAINE SELECTED gft-IN. KATHADINS
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