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MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch, Pastor
Wednesday—
7:30 Prayer service.
Thursday—
7:30 Women’s Missionary meeting
in the home of Mrs. H. Welty.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer meeting.
7:00 Young People’s meeting.
Children’s meeting in the
ment.
7:30 Evening service.
Everyone is welcome.
Levi Mellinger, Supt.
10:30 Morning worship.
Junior church.
7:00 Children’s meeting.
Senior C. W. B.
Adult C. W. B.
base-
DEFENSELESS MENNONITE
CHURCH
Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor
Thursday—
7:30 Mid- week service.
Leader, Rev. Levi Mellinger.
Sunday—
9:30 a. n., Sunday school.
7:45 Girls* Gospel Team
Bluffton college will have chs
this service.
You are welcome.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Subject, “Man”.
Testimonial meeting at 7 :30 Wed
nesday evening.
The reading
is open every
to 4:00 p. m.
to all services
ing room.
room at the church
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 of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
AMBULANCE
160-W
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 p. m. All members
and friends are cordially invited.
The choir meets following the
service on Wednesday evening.
The Consistory will meet following
the service on Wednesday evening.
The Friendly Couples class will
meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Moser, Sunday
March 9 at 8:00 o’clock.
Catchism instruction
morning at 9:30 a. m.
St. John’s:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship
10:30 a. m. Church school
The Ladies Aid meets with Mrs.
W’. H. Lahr on Thursday afternoon
at 2:00 P. M. All are welcome.
Jorg's Better Bred Started Chicks
Started Chicks in Stock March 5
BLUFFTON, OHIO
^^^WALTEftUDGEON
The Lenten Services will be held
on Thursday evening at 8:00 o’clock.
We welcome all members and friends I ,ev‘
9:15
But
following
evening.
following
The choir meets
rvice on Thursday
from
■:e of
semce on
The Girl’s
Robert Nonnamaker home
day evening at 7:30. All
invited to attend.
Catchism instruction
morning at 9:30 a. m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. D, Read, Pastor
Worship service. Sermon
“Open the Door Richard”.
Bible School. Robert E.
10:00
Luginbuhl, Supt.
Bible study every Tuesday, 7:45
p. m. We are studying the book of
Galatians. U invited.
OU
Thanks to the folks who came to
the opening of our new funeral
home. We appreciate the large
attendance and the many expres
sions of aproval.
if you were not ahle to visit
our opening day, it isn’t too
Come any time—you’re al
w el come
us on
late.
BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME
BLUFFTON. OHIO
AAA ?|ew Hampshire Red
2 weeks old
White Rock
po days old
200
AAA
400
Barred Rock
10 days old
150
7 days old
AAA' New Hampshire Red
7 days old
Rocl-Red crossbred hybrid
pallets 3 days old
Leghorn Cox 7 days old
Master Mating White Leg
jhorns 7 days old
old chicks, Mondays and
150
Day
Thursdays.
JORG HATCHERY
Phone 182-W
nmn
The House
of Perfect
Sound
livability guaranteed for
14 days
4 ..................................-—
THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY
Boomtown
TRACY LAMARR
GABLE COLBERT
SUNDAY-MONDAY
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
“WAKE UP AND DREAM”
with JUNE HAVER and JOHN PAYNE
LU hETTE COLBERT
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Rockport:
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Glen Mayberry, Supt.
Women’s Missionary soc
Wednesday, March 12, 2 p.
home of Mrs. Herbert Mar
women welcome.
Bluffton:
Church school 9:45
N. A. Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00
Sermon
vening,| The Hol
MENNONITE CHURCH
N. Smucker, pastor
FIRST
J.
Thursday—
6:30 H. S. Group Bible study.
7:15 Choir rehearsal
8:15 Adult Bible Study group.
9:30 Sunday School Carl Smuck
er, Supt. classes for all ages.
e Worship sen
F. Unruh be$
’re-Easter sen
irmediate C. E
lior C. E.
Int
the I 6:30
I
7:30
pre
the 7:30
I
F. Unr
Guild will meet at the
on Mon-
BETHEL CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. 1). Read, Pastor
Sunday—
10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart-1
man, Si
11:00
of Galatians. U invited.
Young people’s meeting Thursday,
March 6, 7:30 p. m. at the home of
Bethel Ladies Aid met Feb. 27 at
the home of Mrs. Wilber Hartman
for an all day quilting and pot luck
dinner. They met March 4 at the
home of Mrs. Laman Henry for an
all day quilting and pot luck dinner
to which they invited all the men
who worked on the parsonage that
day. The work on the parsonage is
progressing nicely. We hope to
finish the roof this week.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I
Rev. Paul H. Cramr, Pastor I A'!
9:30 a. m. Church school I
10:30 a, m. Morning worship
Future Home Makers of America
will be our special guests.
Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m.
Choir Practices:
EBENEZER MENNONITE
CHURCH
No choir rehearsal
Sunday—
I
”1
■|l
9:30 Sunday school, Joseph|
I Thompson, Supt.
I 10:30 Morning worship
I 7:30 C. E. meeting
Cottage Prayer
sonage.
Tuesdays, 2:00 P. M.
Fridays: 8:00 P. M.
WHERE OUR SOLDIERS ARE
Sgt. Paul Reichenbach 45035487
Hdq. Det. 12th R. T. Regt.
Ft. Ord, Calif.
STOCK SALES
Sousley on Amos
For sale—Heref
shoats also one-h
Benton Ridge pho
For sale-—10 ni
immuned, avg. 10
4 miles north of
phone 5-C.
For sale—2
months old, eli
Emerson Neff,
103, Phone 65
For sale—E
choice of eleve
miles south of
For sale—C
third calf. Flo
town.
For sale—I
boar 9 month
miles southwe
Wanted—20
Swank Bros.
For sale
gilts, due Apr
bred Jersey
N. Long &
Ada.
For sale—
er one year
neth Diller,
West Point
of Bluffton.
I
I
I
I
I
I
at par-
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here-
ford, Angus and Brpwn Swiss. Ira
Moser. tf
II For sale—Fresh cfws and spring-]
ers also feeding
shoats. Ralph
ut farm. 50
gilt with 5
baby beef. Call
8 on 15.
e shoats, cholera
lbs. Sam 1
luffton. Pi
a
For sale—4 Chfster W^te gilts to
farrow April 15.
3 miles south o
evi H. Hauenstein,
county line.
ereford boars 6
le to registry.
miles east on Rt.
ra good milk cow,
J. R. Stettler, 4
luffton on Dixie.
w fresh soon with
Moyer, northeast of
tted Poland China
old. Irvin Amstutz, 4
of town.
shoats avg. 100 lbs.
eat Market,
Registered Hereford
1st also young pure
1! to sell or rent. C.
n, 3 miles west of
47
11 blood Holstein hpif
d. Bangs tested. Ken
ond house west of
rch 7 miles soufltyvest
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
THE BLUFFTON EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. W. L. Harmony, Pastor
Sunday school 9:00 a. m. Harold
Heals, Supt,
I
Worship sendee
ceU I theme, “Mine Eye.
the
I
The Lord.”
STATE OF OHIO
Joseph T. Ferguson—Auditor of State
Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of
Public Offices for City. i'lage, exempted
md Hural School Districts
El
FINANCIAL KEPDRT OF THE BOARD OF
------ION
December 31st. 1946
the
Balance, January lit.
Total ..................
Receipts—
CJeneral Fund
Bond Retirement
our
Total
w
Total ICeeeipts and Bm
Expenditures—
Fund
Balance, December
General Fund ....
Bond Retirement Ft.
•Cafeteria Fund ..
to
Worship service. Sermon
“Open the Door Richard.”
study every Wednesday,
M. We are studying the book
Revenue ((reneral Property Taxes
Levy, Includes item
listed in this report
ad Property
Foundation Program
Cash Itecei ved .,
Total Foundation
Rental from Sch
Property
Refunds ................
Vocational Education
tation for lie.
Cafeteria Receipts
Bluffton College Crlt
and Salary Ref
Federal Grant Cafei
Total Revenue ...
Non •Revenue—
Sale of Notes ......
Sales of Property
Total Non-Reven ue
Total Transactions ..
Schetlulr III
Adminiatration—
I
The newly organized chapter of
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
I Thursday—
I
I
I
I
A special topic on “Our Bible” by I
Rev. Cramer.
I
I
Junior choir, Wednesday 7 p. m.
Senior choir, Thursday, 7 P. M.
I
I
Junior High choir, Thursday, 7 P. M.l
Fellowship service, Thursday 7:30|
P. M. A service of song, medita-l
tion and real fellowship.
I
I
The ladies Missionary Society will!
meet in the church for all day quilt-1
ing. Program in the afternoon. Mrs. I
Werthimer, speaker.
7:30 prayer and Bible study.
Dreft...
MEXENE
WHEAT
nst ruction
p. m. Sermon
Ever Toward
B-6 Other Educational Sui
Total Other Purposes
Total Instruction .,.
Co-ordinate Activities-
Total Co-ordinate Actlyi
Transportation of Pupil
,r Grounds
BALANCES
liPENDlTURES
SUMMARY Off
RECEIPTS AND
rmtent I
2.734.W
i
B
E-
Maintenance of 5
.3
ol Heat
Incal
RECEIPTS
Tc
by Auditor,
1 R^habili
Blin^ and
rotnt State
Crippled Child rt
and U, S. Govt
iFOOIXSTORESfc
BRIGHT SAIL
I
I
BLEACH .......
—yi
Fine for Silks
or Woolens.
LARGE
PKG.
CHILI POWDER IU oZ !5c
DRESSING
ENCORE
MACARONI
OR SPAGHETTI
3
CANE
lk8g41c
JANE PARKER
HOT CROSS
BUNS
30c
Cf9
JANE PARKER ICED BANANA
BAR CAKE ......
POUND CAKE ...
...$ 6,
ASSETS
33c
sal.
BAKER MAID SODA
?3c
l-lb.
Pkg.
CRACKERS
SUGAR
31c PRUNES
STARR PREPARED
pint
pkg.
130.00
130.00
.. .3
.. .3
PEAHUT BUTTER ........
RNCORF.
37c
15c
EGG NOODLES..............
JWNA IMITATION
33c
each
33c
JANE PARKER MARBLE
each
JANE PARKER
49c
SPANISH LAYER
Apriore Juice
Combination of
Orange & Apricot Juice
■a? 10c
VANILLA ......................
WIMTE HORSE
EVAPORATED MILK .....
PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
dexi.............................
NECTAR
GREEK TEA
Mystic Foam.,
Perfect Cleaner for
Upholstery and Rugs.
Fertal Hi
Tool
ND LIABILITIES
Total Liabiliti
Excess or Def
... .381,266.67
,.. .3 s,000.00
.... 120.56
Total Con
Share)
Total Mis
half of
Stoi
:..................................3 6,839.4'
had Materials 500.o-
..3
Ipf Assets .3176.285.64
STATE OF OHIO
Joseph T. FerguMm, Auditor of State
Bureau of Inspection and Superviaion of
Public Offices
ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT
Richland Township. Allen County
For the Fiscal Year Ending Decem
Ohio
Population ... i ., 3765—
Total Salaries and Wages Paid
During the Year 1946
Kight O'clock lb. 39c
Mild and Mellow
Red Ctrele.....lb.
41c
Rich and Full-bodied
llokar ..............lb.43c
Vigoroua and Winey
SOAP FLAKES
lox.
FOR FINE GRAVY
25c
GRAVY MASTER’bot.
CHIFFON
ii?.45c
l-lb.
jar
l-lb.
59c
qt
FLORIDA NEW CROP VALENCIA
ORANGES-
FANCY RED ROME
I APPLES
TEXAS MARSHSEEDLESS
I GRAPEFRUIT 8 39c 10
I FRESH. CRISP, ICEBERG
i HEAD LETTUCE.......
D.8, NO, 1 MICHIGAN
POTATOES .............
CALIFORNIA NAVEL
HDAM/2CQ Sweet and Juicy
UnMIlUlEwB Medium Size ...
U.S. NO. I IDAHO
POTATOES .....49c
Pancake Flour
McKenzie Whole Wheat
Makes Fluffy Pancakes
33/4-LB.
.36,022,613.00
■I 1.30
TOWNSHI1
Receipts
Iti’MENT AND SINKIb
BOND RI
Receipts
WHEELS CUT DOWN
GOODYEAR TIRES/
TIRES RILLED WITH
CALCIUM CHLORIDE
BLUFFTON FARM
EQUIPMENT CO.
E. F. Schmidt, Prop.
105 E. Elm Street
Bluffton phone 260-W
Open Saturday Evenings
mock
HARBAUER
LARGE QA
PKG.
SOAP GRANULES
PERK
17c
15 01.
ENRICHED FARINA
03
3 $1.29
Farm Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Size
39c
blbg
cons, bag w I sfcw
JXC
PKG.
THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1947
LaFayette
David Hal! of Lima and Phillip
lall spent the week end with their
randparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ernst of Lima
re Saturday evening guests of Mr.
Mrs. T, M. Robinson.
Mrs. Hullibarfrer has return
with
Mr. and
ughter
jests of
Roberts.
Mr.
NOTICE
Bluffto
shop:
30c 10c
BETTY CROCKER
PEA SOUP
23c 99c
DILL PICKLES
8UNBRITE
CLEANSER ....
MAJ ENT IE TT
tall
24c
DILL PICKLES
IONA
COCOA .........
ZION
35c
FIG BARS.....
Flour...
Sunnyfield Family
Grand All Purpose Flour
25-LB. $55
1
BAG
SNOW IVHITE HEADS
CAULIFLOWER
43c
FRESH GOLDEN
I3C
CARROTS
size
50-ib. efl 9A
NEW. GREEN, CRISP
49c
doz.
Cake Flour ...
Sunny field—For Light
Tender, Moist Cakes.
44-OZ.
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.
n Welding
’iow Open
Genen
& Bl:
1 Repairing
cksmithing
Dana I
lathewson
7 Riley S
Open 8 a.
treet, Bluffton
m. to 5:30 r. m.
ACOIISTICON
UNIPAC
-This Is All YouWxaftj
Depend*
by 44 Y
ibility Assured
ar s' Experience
WE INVI
Fittings I
110 So.
E COMPARISON
appo‘ntment at
Lawn Ave„ by
Mrs. W
alter Gratz
Blu
fton. Ohio
MARGARINE
I StOOO UNITS OF VITAMIN A|
Demand Still Exceeds Supply
But Keep on Asking for Dixie
Factory-ground coffee—ground days
or weeks before they're sold—can't
possibly match the grand flavor of
freshly roasted, freshly ground coffee
like this! So when you choose an A&P
blend you can be sure that the best
coffee you ever tasted is "in the bag."
Stop in and select your favorite today!
KETCHUP
uuG
I
™’1.25
24p°k£ 34c
MELLO WHEAT 2^ 20c
2%-ox.
Pkg.
gal.
15c
3.
13-02.
cans
10c
pint
%-lb Qr
box
IX 31c
Kasco ...
Dog Meal—Your Dog
Will Love it.
5blabg53c
49C
LB. BAG
4
49C
LB. BAG
Washington Grown. Boac, Cornice, D’Anjou
PEARS........................... 2
CALIFORNIA
PASCAL CELERY
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XZ
BOX
33C
each
.... 2
Tempting Meal*
17c
beta.
CABBAGE ............................ 7c
w.
29c
35c
Gt.T
Bean Sprouts
LaChoy—Ready to
Serve in a Jiffy.
2
27c
CANS

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