CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. D. Read, Pastor
9:15 Worship service. Sermon sub
ject, “The Great Physician”
10:00 Bible School, Robert E.
10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart
11:15 Worship service. Sermon
subject, “The Great Physician”.
Robert R. Welch, Pastor
8:00 Prayer meeting
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer service
7:00 Young People’s meeting.
Children’s meeting in basement
7:30 Evening service
Everyone is welcome.
We will be closed
Friday and Saturday,
July 4th and 5th
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co
236-246 Cherry St. I Phone 360-V
PENNY SINGLETON and ARTHUR LAKE
BLONDIE’S BIG MOMENT
SUNNY TUFTS In
Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor
8:W p. m. Prayer meeting
9:30 Sunday School. Levi Melling
10:30 Morning worship,
7:30 C. W. B. Program
z Children’s meeting
8:15 Evening service
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Church School 9:30 A. M.
Morning worship 10:30 A. M.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
The reading room at the church
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JANE WYATT and DANA ANDREWS
The demand for more and better
is continuing and The Page Dairy Co. still is seeking
additional milk from the farms in the Bluffton, Ohio,
The Page Dairy Co. plant at Bluffton, Ohio, is the
logical place to sell your milk haulers traverse
every road within a wide radius of Bluffton ... it is
just good business to take advantage of the shorter
farm-to-plant haul The Page Dairy Co. has been
buying milk in the Bluffton area for more than a
quarter of a century our long record of faithful
service to our patron-producers together with consistent
ly paying the high price for farm milk, makes the
Bluffton plant of The Page Dairy Co. the logical place
to sell your milk.
Beginning July 2nd, the Grove Street Greenhouses
will be closed each evening at 6:00 o’clock, except
Saturday. Closed all day Sunday.
Exceptions made for funeral or wedding orders only.
Grove Street Greenhouses
E. L. Short
The Page Hairy Co.
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 of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, pastor
9:30 Sunday school Carl Smucker,
10:30 Worship Service the sermon
by Rev. G. T. Soldner.
6:30 Intermediate Christian En
8:00 The Evening Service. General
Topic: “What we can do to promote
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt.
The Women’s Missionary Society
meets on Wednesday, July 9, 2 p. m.,
at the home of Mrs. F. C. Marshall.
Church school 9:45
Mr. Ropp Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00
Sunday’s sermon: “When
is Not Answered.”
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
8:00 p. m. Women’s Missionary So
ciety. Mrs. Charles Lauby, speaker.
8:00 p. m. Prayer and Bible Study.
Rev. LeRoy Thompson, leader.
9:30 Sunday school, Joseph Thomp
10:30 Morning Worship. Rev. Syl
van Lehman, guest speaker.
C. E. programs.
Sacred Concert, Ebenezer
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. Oppermann, Minister
9:30 a. m. Church School
10:45 a. m. Morning Worship and
All members are invited to take
part In the Communion Service on
The Dorcas Missionary Society
meets on Wednesday evening of this
week at 8:00 at the home of Mrs.
The Choir of the Church meets on
Thursday evening at 8:15 p. m. All
are cordially invited.
The Consistory of the Church
meets on Monday evening, July 7,
Friendly Couples Class meets July
13, at the Creegor home.
No services until further notice.
Members are invited to Commune
at Emmanuel’s Church on this Sun
The Ladies Aid meets With Mathil
da Mueller on Thursday evening of
ASK ANY HAULER ...
drop a postal
of our field
men will visit
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
this week at 8:00.
The Consistory will meet at the
Parsonage on Thursday evening of
this week at 8:00.
The Gertrude Hoy Missionary Cir
cle meets on Monday evening, July
7, at the home of Mrs. Juanita Swank
Upper rooms can be obtained by
stopping at the parsonage.
Members are urged to register
their children for the Vacation Bible
school to be held at the College from
July 10 to 15.
We urge all Church School teach
ers to take part in this conference.
Waldo Hofstetter is remodeling his
home on the Col. Grove road west
Miss Jemima Lugibihl who spent
a ten days’ vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lugibihl
has returned to
is employed at
Los Angeles. She
a bank in nearby
and Ray Amstutz left the latter part
of the week for Texas.
Elaine Welty arrived here to spend
the summer months at home. She
was accompanied here by Rev. and
Mrs. John Dick. Mr. Dick is one of
the instructors at the Grace Bible
Institute in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Delos Rash of Lynn,
Indiana spent the week with rela
Raymond Miller visited Sunday
with relatives at Smithville.
Farm work in this locality is
making excellent progress. Last
Sunday’s rain here has helped all
ing to combine
Farmers are expect
a large per cent of
Amstutz and daugh-
ters, Aneta and Nancy of Nisner,
Nebraska arrived here the last of
the week to spend some time in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Luginbihl and other relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and
son David Allen spent the past week
in the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Gerber.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem DeChamp and
daughters Mary Ann and Geraldine
of near Los Angeles, California,
visited Saturday and Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Moser and other relatives. Mrs.
DeChamp will be remembered here
as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Mo?er, former resident of
The Service Community Male
chorus is to present a sacred con
cert at the Ebenezer church, Sunday
evening, July 13th.
Miss Elizabeth Moser of New
York City is spending a part of
the week at the home of her brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Moser and son
Farm Bureau Office
Is in New Location
Offiev of the Allen County Farm
Bureau Co-operative was moved the
fttst of the week from the Hankish
building on South Main street ad
joining the Hauenstein & Son drug
store to the brick building on Cherry
street at the approach to the Big
Riley creek bridge.
These quarters will be occupied
temporarily while the
reau’s new building is
structed this summer on
erly part of the Philip
south of Bluffton situated between
the Dixie highway and the Nickel
Excavation for foundation for the
structure is expected to start this
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Bfown Swiss. Ira
3 years old giving good flow of
milk also Shetland pony 2 yrs. old
broke to ride, witn all-leather saddle
and bridle. C. L| Campbell. 1 mile
east of North Baltimore in Child’s
addition. I 12
For sale—22 weaned pigs also 3
burner coal oil! stove. Clarence
Young, Bluffton ^hone.
For sale—2 registered Berkshire
sows. Berdell Hu|)er, Bluffton phone
FRIDAY, JULY 4th
12:30 P. M.
Plenty of 12 gauge shells.
BLUFFTON GUN CLUB
2 miles north of Bluffton on Dixie
highway at Goasard Filling Sta
tion and store
Lloyd Hardwick, President
C. V. Stonehiil, Sec.-Trea».
Sales and discharge of fireworks
are prohibited by the general code of
Ohio, Allen county authorities
warned the public this week, with
the approach of the Fourth of July
Exceptions to the ban are permit
ted only in the case of toy pistols,
toy canes, toy guns and other devices
in which paper caps are used, which
may be sold at all times, it was
Provisions are made in the code
for public or private exhibitions,
providing written permission is ob
tained from the sheriff or fire chief
of the municipality.
Three sections of the code, enacted
in 1941, to reduce Fourth of July ac
cidents, were cited:
Definition—“The term fireworks
shall mean and include any combus
tible or explosive compositions, or
any substances, or article prepared
for the purpose of producing a vis
ible or an audible effect by combus
tion, explosion, deflagration or deto
Sale and use—“Except as herein
after provided it shall be unlawful
for any person to possess for sale
or retail or to sell at retail or for
any person to discharge, ignite or
explode any fireworks, as defined by
this act, within the state of Ohio.
“The term fireworks shall not in
Three Sisters Brides
In Triple Ceremony
Three sisters, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Philemon Huser of Pan
dora, employed at the Triplett plant
here were brides in a triple w-edding
at Grace Mennonite church, Pandora,
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock.
Miss Mary Jane Huser, eldest of
the three brides, to Francis Greut
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Greutman of Defiance.
Miss Dorothy Pauline Huser mar
ried to James Moser, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Moser of Ada,
Miss Joan Huser married to Dofi
ald Etter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rol
land Etter of Pandora.
Rev. M. F. Ringenburg, pastor of
the Pandora Methodist church, where
the brides attend, performed the
Following the wedding each couple
left on a trip of unknown destina
Mr. and Mrs. Greutman will live
in Findlay where he is employed by
the National Lime & Stone -Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Moser will live near
Columbus Grove. He is employed
at the Ohio Steel foundry in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Etter will live is
Pandora where he is employed at
the Allied Commodities exchange.
Monthly collection of rubbish will
start Monday noon, July 7. Have
everything in containers ready for
loading on the truck.
Ohio Law Clamps Ban On Old-Fashioned
Wide-Open Fourth Of July Celebration
W. A. Howe, Mayor
[16,000 UNITS OF
HERE’S GOOD V ATI NG
AT AN ECONOMY PRICE
FRESH GOLDEN CALIFORNIA
Buy Now for Canning
NEW CHOP VIRGINIA
Strayed—10 sheep als^ young
male dog free tor taking. ne
owner, 543-Y. 1
U. S. No.
RED RIPE GEORGIA
ANY SIZE PIECE
READY TO EAT
clude toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns,
or other devices in which paper caps
containing .25 grains or less of ex
plosive compound are used, provid
ing they are so constructed that the
hand cannot come in contact with the
cap when in place for the explosion,
and toy pistol paper caps which con
tain less than .20 grains of explo
sive mixture, the sale and use of
which shall be permitted at all
Exhibits permitted—“Upon writ
ten permission secured from the fire
chief of a city or village, or sheriff,
fireworks may be sold and used for
public or private exhibitions of fire
works in connection with fairs, car
nivals, and other celebrations. In
such cases parties in charge of such
exhibitions shall be held strictly re
sponsible for any damage to
or properties resulting from
of fireworks so used.
“Fireworks being held in
for such exhibitions must be
a closed wooden box, or tarpaulin,
until they are to be used, provided
further that nothing in this chapter
shall be construed to prohibit any
wholesaler, dealer, or jobber to sell
at wholesale such fireworks as are
permitted to be used by this act or
the sale of fireworks to be shipped
directly out of the state.”
or Quarters LB.
JANE PARKER FRESH CRISP
Three Cent Postage
Remains In Effect
Postmaster Ed Reichenbach has
been notified by the post office de
partment that the 3-cent postage
rate on letters will continue indefi
nitely under terms of a bill signed
by the President, Monday.
Without the new legislation the
rate would have dropped July 1 to
two cents on letters for local deliv
1 mile east and l/2 mile south of Rawson, Ohio
Just off Route 25
Friday, July 4th
9:00 A. M* Pulling Contest
1:00 P.M. Rodeo
See tops in pulling contest also bronc riding steer
riding and calf roping.
Many other events including Pony Race for 54 inch:
ponies and under.
Admission: Adults 60c—Children 30c
Lunch on Grounds
KEEPS PRICES DOWN
THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1947
$2.10 oats $1.05
wheat $2.15 com
A & FOOD STORES
hens 26c leghorn
hens 21c heavy fryers, 4 lbs. and
up, 30c fryers 3 to 4 lbs., 28c
leghorn fryers 24c.
Eggs—Large white 46c large
Tune In Evei
Fourth of July
and Horse Pulling Contest
at ANDERSON’S RANCH
Exciting dramas from
life! PAT/O’BREIN as
the ownen of a corner
drug stoic LYNN
BARI as/ a nurse.
O BREIN as
of a corner
Dr jig Shop
HOT DOG ROLLS
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