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The House of Perfect Sound Immediate Real Estate Service on Town, Farm and Business Property CONSULT US TOR APPRAISAL C. D. BAME, Salesman A. B. GRATZ, Brow Office 468-Y Residence 423-W They used to say "A II He learning is a dangerous thing/’ biri not any more, when we all must know at least the fundamentals of first aid and home medication. First aid for stomach ail ments, gas, belching and indigestion caused by acidity is NYAL ANTACID POWDER —prompt to relieve stomach sour ness, nausea caused by slow diges tion and gastric acidity. Try the inexpensive trial size-then buy the economical family package. A. Hauenstein & Son (MMA THE1TRE BLUFFTON, OHIO FRIDAY-SATURDAY WILDFIRE (Cinecolor) and CARAVAN TRAIL SUNDAY-MONDAY WALLACE BEERY As II I MIGHTY McGURK TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY PAUL HENREID CLAUDE RAIHS Btctvw Saturday, February 22 Washington’s Birthday, A Legal Holiday The Citizens National Bank MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK AND THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Matinee Every Sun., 3 P. M. THURSDAY Closing Notice This bank will be closed all day Something New for Spring— Scotch Custom-Made Clothes for Men, Women and Misses Now husband and wife imay have genuine custom-made suits of the same cloth. Before you plan your spring wardrobe—see Scotch quality —get Scotch for price. Geiger & Diller Clothiers & Haberdashers to Men and Young Men PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister Rockport: Morning worship 9:30 Church school 10:30 Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt. World Day of Prayer service will be held Friday, 2 .tn., in the home of Mrs. Glen Mayberry. This is the joint meeting with the women of the Methodist church. All women of the community are invited. Bluffton: Church school 9:45 N. A. Triplett, Supt. Morning worship 11:00 The World Day of Prayer service will be held in the First Mennonite church, from 3 to 4, Friday. The entire community is invited. Sermon for Sunday: “The Third Day He Rose Again from the Dead.” The monthly meeting of Cub Scout Pack No. 82 will be held next Tues day night, Feb. 25, in the church basement. All Cubs and their parents are invited. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Paul H. Cramr, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:30 a. m. Morning worship This is Laymen’s Sunday. Special speaker: Mr. W. H. Simpson of First Methodist church, Forest, Ohio. Special music by the Men’s Quartet, Nelson Steiner, Don Yaussey, Rich ard Davies and Bill Lincon. Mrs. H. P. Mann is the pianist. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship. Special religious services every Thursday night 7:30 to 8:15 during Lent. These fellowship services will benefit all who attend. This Thurs day, Feb. 20 will be sponsored by the Mary and Martha class and the Men’s Class. Rev. Cramer will have charge of the service and wall speak. Choir practice Junior choir, Wednesday 7 p. m. Senior choir, Thursday, 8:15 p. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST C. D. Read, Pastor 9:15 Worship service. Sermon subject, “The Double Posterity.” 10:00 Bible School. Robert E. Luginbuhl, Supt. You are invited. The Bluffton young people are in vited to meet with the Bethel young people Thursday, Feb. 20, 7:45 p. m. at Kenneth Dearth’s home, with a view to organizing. DEFENSELESS MENNONITE CHURCH Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor Thursday— 7:30 Mid-week service. Sunday— 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. Levi Mellinger, Supt. 10:30 Mornng worship. «,*.—■ Junior church. 7:00 Children’s meeting 7:00 Senior C. W. S. program 7:00 Adult C. W. B. program 7:45 Evangelistic service. Tuesday— 7:30 Meeting of the Church Council. All are welcome to these services. STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shoi|thom Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf For sale—Ayrshire /heifer with heifer calf by side. Rayon Boutwell, 2 miles cast of Black? school and 1 mile south. For sale—3 Ham pan ire sows bred for March also 2 /young purebred spotted Poland China boars. Harry Anderson, phone 55p-W. For sale—Fresh rows and spring ers also feeding shoats. Ralph Sousley Ion :Anjc0 frhut farm. 50 We ara “nut afraid of the dark” when ii comes /to that wonderful quality hidden inside every Amstutz chick. Ask any Question you wish a bout the history and selection and hatching of these productive strains. Amstutz chicks/have been planned to live better at ml ages, lay better and give you bettar market birds. Make us prove it. We’re not afraid of the facts. Drop i™ soon. Amstutz hatcher ies, Bluffton^ O. E. J. Wahlie, co owner and manager in charge. tf THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, pastor Thursday— 7:15 Choir rehearsal 8:15 Bible Study group Sunday— 9:30 Sunday School Carl Smuck er, Supt. classes for all ages. 10:30 Worship sendee, to which ■all are welcome. 6:30 Intermediate C. E. 7:30 Junior C. E. 7:30 Evening sendee. The Girl Reserves of the High school will present their annual program. EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:45 a. m. Morning worship Lenten Services on Wednesday evening at 8:00 o’clock. All members and friends are cordially invited. Choir will rehearse following the service on Wednesday. The Cornelia Missionary Circle meets on Monday evening at 8:00 o’clock at the horne of Mrs. William Reichenbach. All n to be presnt. St. John’s: lembers are urged 9:30 a. m. Mor Ting worship 10:30 a. m. Chiirch school The Edith Lahr Circle meets on Thursday aftemoo i at 2:00 o’clock at the home of Mrs. 1 lalph Steams. AU ladies are asked o attend. Lenten services will be held on Thursday evening at 7:30 P. M. All Church members a id friends are urg ed to begin the Se. tending Church. ison of Lent by at- The Choir of th Church will meet for rehearsal on Thursday evening following the Evening Service. World Day of ’rayer Services at Mennonite Church P. M. on Friday at 3:00 Catechism Instn 9:30 A. M. action Saturday at DIXIE A RGARIN E IS,OOP UNITS OF VITAMIN A| Demand Still Exceeds Supply But Keep on Asking for Dixie RELIABLE FANCY PEAS 1 NO. 2 I CAN ENCORE EGG Fig Bars ... FRESH ICED CINNAMON RAISIN BUNS ....25c WHITE ICED LOAF DEVILS FOOD .. MARVEL VIENNA BREAD ... JANE PARKER MARVEL BETHEL CHURCH OF CHRIST C. D. Read, Pastor Sunday— 10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart man, Supt. 11:00 Worship service. Sermon subject, “The Double Posterity.” You are invited. There will be a meeting of the young people at the home of Ken neth Dearth, Thursday, Feb. 20, at 7:45 p. m. The Bethel Ladies Aid met for an all day sewing and pot luck dinner at the home of Ruth Anderson last Thursday. There were about 20 present and many of them received Valentine gifts from their silent sisters. Roll call was answered with clues to Bible Characters. There will be special all day quilting, Thursday, Feb. $7, at the home of Mrs. Hartman. THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. W. L. Harmony, Pastor Sunday school 9 A. M. Harold Beals, superintendent. Worship service 7:30 p. m. Sermon theme, “He Shall Call Upon Me, And I Will Answer Him.” EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor Wednesday— 8:00 p. m. The Witness Band will meet at the parsonage. Thursday— 7:30 prayer and Bible study. Sunday— 10:30 Sunday school, Joseph Thompson, Supt. 11:30 Morning worship. Dr. Brad ford E. Steiner, speaker. Medical missionary to Tibet. 7:30 p. m. C. E. Groups 8:15 Evening service. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch. Pastor Wednesday— 7:30 Prayer service. Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship 6:30 Prayer meeting. 7:00 Young People’s meeting. Children’s meeting in the base ment. 7:30 Evening Service. Everyone is welcome. We’re Famous For Every Day Values! Your friendly A&P has scores and scores of quality-famous foods dll marked with prices as low as we can make them. That's why we urge you to compare the quality we offer then compare the price. You'll find A&P offers you truly fine food? at modest cost every day of the week. PHILLIP'S CANNED 1 SOUPS 2io’/2-oz.0E_XwC$1.50CANSDozen Lk SULTANA STUFFED 1 ENCORE 2c^:49c Fine Baked Goods 8-ox. POTATO CHIPS A&P CHOCOLATE CHIP Lakeside—Fresh & Tasty Ann Page-r-RichK Smooth, Fine Flavored. Fine for the Kiddies Made of the Finest Ingredients 29C CHOCOLATE ICED SILVER LOAF CAKE each 29c each 14c loaf 33c 49c COOKIES .**£ DINNER ROLLS d0I 12c Pancake Mix... McKenzie Whole Wheat— Enjoy Pancakes Today 3%-Lb. Pkg. PORTO RICAN JLC Mt. Cory Robert Schafer will soon move to Columbus Grove from the Andy Gratz farm. He drives a milk route north of Bluffton. Mrs. Chester Huber was a dinner guest Friday of Mrs. Virginia Wil son and daughter Hope of Benton Ridge. Harry Baker, north of Mt. Cory, has sold his farm. Max Miller of Bluffton underwent an operation for appendicitis, recent ly- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Naylor and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Naylor. Wm. Amstutz rented the farm of Andrew Gratz southwest of Bluffton. Sara Guin, who has been visiting her mother Bessie Guin, returned Tuesday after spending a few days ENRICHED FARINA NOODLES .2& MELLO WHEAT 20c OLIVES s 37c MACARONI 41c Gravy Master Salad Dressing ... LJ Browns and Flavors Gravies, Soups & Stews Vd:25c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables VITAMIN-RICH JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES 2^ 49c MEDIUM SIZE FIRM, SWEET WESTERN’ BOX ROME APPLES 4 lta. 49c GOLDEN FRESH CARROTS .... 2 bei,«. He SWEET YAMS 4 lb, 39c MILD FOR SLAW OR BOILING MARSHSEEDLESS, SWEET, MEATY GRAPEFRUIT Paul Diller FUNERAL HOME ‘Phonb 222 (DJBOMon pi::35c 1 FRENCH DRESSING... Shedd Ezy Mix—Makes Good Salad Taste Better •s41c CALIFORNIA SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER ,35c SUGAR SWEET—18 SIZE CUBAN PINEAPPLE £“$2.98 MILD. YELLOW ONIONS ’"bl 29c NEW CABBAGE ,8c POTATOES A?. $1.29 MICHIGAN U.S. NO. 1 A&P STORES ARE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY EXCEPT WEEKS IN WHICH HOLIDAYS OCCUR Store Hours: Tuesday Thru Friday 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturday 8:30 a. m. to 10:00 p. m. THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1947 in Chicago. She will leave soon for herd home in Pennsylvania. i NIGHT WORK FOR MAN Hours 12 Midnight UntiV8 A. M. 5 Nights Weekly Pleasant tlork Inquire Personnel Office The Triplett Elec Instrument Co. to know your personal preferences about everything connected with the service we direct in o^/ler that we may continue to “serve fas we would be served.” are entitled to know the facts concerning our scientific training, professional com petence atfd sound business methods. You’ll gel protective information on the funeral subject if you pay us a visit/ Phohe 323-W 2--------------------- 1859 FOODSTORES Kasco Cubes... 1 The Ideal Dog Food Q- 2»4-Lb. Pka. 4m HARBAUER 7 V KETCHUP “°c,’“$l.25 WATER SOFTENER MELO ... .: \S20c Dairy Products CHEESE FOOD CHED-O-BIT 2 93c TASTY, SOFT. CHEDDAR CHEESE KRAFT HORSERADISH 1‘UILADELPHIA 10-LB. Qfl BAG UUC 53c 53c MEL-O-BIT SLICED PROCESS AMERICAN 10© 14c CREAM CHEESE ,’S Shredded Wheat Nabisco—A Healthful Breakfast Food 12-Ox. Pkg.