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PAGE FOUR
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Churched
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch, Pastor
W ednesday—
8:00 Prayer meeting
Thursday—
Sunday—
There will be NO services. Serv
ices dismissed in favor of annual
convention of the Missionary church
in Ft. W’avne. Ind.
The House
of Perfect
Sound
(52 Gallon Size)
(30 Gallon Size)
108-10 S. MAIN STREET
BLUFFTON, OHIO
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
CHURCHES
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
9:30 a. m. Church School
10:45 a. m. Morning worship
“HIT PARADE OF 1947”
with
CONSTANCE MOORE EDDIE ALBERT
SUN. MON.
TLES. WED,
“TILL THE END OF TIME”
with
DOROTHY McQUIRE and GUY MADISON
The Women’s Guild will meet on
Wednesday evening of this week at
the home of Mrs. Pearl Gratz at 8:00.
Everyone is invited.
St. John’s—
Members of the congregation are
worshipping at Emmanuel’s church.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Rockport:
Your Life Insurance if properly
arranged spells Leisure.
The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
A. C. BURCKY Local Representative
C1RM1THEME
BLUFFTON, OHIO
THURS. FRI. SA’
Next meeting of church school will
No Matinee
Until
Further
Notice
August Specials at
Armstrongs
In order to make room for new fall merchandise that is
I arriving we are offering Specials in every department for
Quick Clearance.
Magazine Racks Were $7.50, Now $5.00
Sectional Book Cases Were $30.00, Now $17.50
Knee Hole Desks Were $79.50, Now $57.50
Elec. Water Heaters Were $133.50, Now $123.50
Elec. Water Heaters Were $114.50, Now $101.75
4 Piece Bed Room Suite, Very Special at $129.75
Living Room Suites, Good Styles, at $139.00
Large Assortment of 9 12 All Wool Axminster Rugs
Priced at $39.75 Up
Special Prices On All Porch and Lawn Furniture.
Shop Armstrong’s for All Your Furniture Needs.
Many items are priced below replacement prices.
Armstrong’s Furniture
"KNOWN FOR FINE FURNITURE"
Bluffton:
Church school 9:45
Mr. Ropp Triplett, Supt.
Next morning worshi
August 31 at 11 a. m.
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
C. D. Read, Pastor
Bluffton:
10:00 Bible School, Robert E.
Luginbuhl, Supt.
9:15 Worship service. Sermon sub
ject: The “I Ams” of Christ.
Bethel:
10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart
man, Supt.
11:15 Worship service. Sermon
subject: The “I Ams” of Christ.
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
Moser. tf
Wanted—Butcher cattle, hogs and
calves. Swank Bros. Meat Market,
phone 208-W. tf
For sale—Spotted Poland China
sow to farrow second litter next
month. Amos Gerber, mile north
of Richland Grange hall.
For sale—37 shoats, avg. 100 lbs.
Arthur Badertscher, Pandora.
For sale—4 year old milk cowr
also deep well hand pump complete
with cylinder and pipes 5 gal.
Rawleigh fly spray 9 does and 25
young rabbits together with 5
hutches and one steel pen also 2
trailer loads of dirt free for haul
ing. Omar Welty, phone 649-W.
Just received—More Hanna’s
Green Seal white house paint.
Waitermire’s.
To let—Several good young
Guernsey bulls ready for service.
Hiram M. Kohli, Pandora phone 5-X.
For sale—Spotted Poland China
male hog old enough for service.
Harry Anderson, Bluffton phone.
Do you want to heat with fuel oil
next winter? We have a limited
stock of nationally known makes of
fuel oil heaters and can refer you
to a local source for your fuel oil
supply iX you act at once. Waiter
mire’s.
DIXIE
MARGARINE
18,000 UNITS OF VITAMIN A
TOPS IN QUALITY
ECONOMICAL IN PRICE
115 W. MARKET STREET
LIMA, OHIO
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
EBENEZER MEN NONITE
CHURCH
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
Thursday—
8:00 Prayer and Bible study
9:00 P. M. Choir rehearsal
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday School, Francis Nis
wander Supt.
10:30 A. M. Morning worship
7:30 C. E. Groups.
8:10 Evening Meeting. Song ser
vice and Gospel Message.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Subject: Soul.
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, Maas.
FIRST MENNOMTE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, pastor
9:30 Sunday School, under the
direction of Mr. Carl Smucker.
10:30 The Worship service. Rev.
V. H. Allman will preach.
Visitors are always welcome.
WISCONSIN
BRICK CHEESE ». 47c
MEI.-O-B1T PROCESS
SWISS CHEESE 89c
MILO MUENSTER
CHEESE........... lb. 43c
MEL-O-BIT PROCESS AMERICAN
CHEESE.......... 45c
01 Ell TREATS
jane PARKER POTATO
CHIPS............
NEW CHOCOLATE CHIP KING
AHGEL FOOD ..
IONA
Here, There, and
Everywhere
r. and Mrs.
near
We are pleased to announce that we have obtained
the services of
Mr. AVayne East
Barber, ExpUrienced in
Men’s and Ladies’ Haircutting
................4
Vance Bea
Chesiter Huber of
ton, Mrs. Howard Mos
Be
erdam, Mrs. Cora McGeor ‘i
Li
were week end visitors in 1
ho me
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Musser,
Kimel, Indiana They a
uty Shop
Beaverdam phi
Beaverdan
me 175-231
Ohio
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FOOD STORES
The Great Atlantic tr Pacific Taa C*,
DAIRY FOODS
NEW CROP
Iso
Sunday guests of Mrs.
Murphy and family and were Mon
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Platz in Mishaw’aka, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. W’illiam Adams of
Mt. Cory entertained the following
guests Sunday: Sgt. D. Adams,
Camp Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Troy
Redd and daughter of Marango,
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chettus
and daughter of Plymouth, Mich.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson and
son.
Mrs. Chester Huber, Bluffton, was
a guest artist of the Moose Lodge
Orchestra on Saturday evening in
Findlay.
Mrs. Albert Deppler, Bluffton, fell
and broke her arm last week. Bad
luck seems to be following her as
she fell winter before last, breaking
her hip.
The corn crop through some parts
of Indiana is burning up for lack of
rain.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber called
0
FRESH SEEDLESS
GRAPES
NEWlWHITE COBBLERS
POTATOES
OUTDOOR GROWN
CUCUMBERS
APPLES ‘“.J"
SWEET CALIFORNIA
45c
MARVEL SANDWICH or Hot Uog
ROLLS........... 16c
LAKESIDE COCOANUT
COOKIES........33c
TOMATOES .. 2 29c
Dole—Serve It
Ice-Cold for Breakfast
ORANGES X”'...
new yellow dry
ONIONS...........
GRANULATED
A fir
25c
V,
BALL PERFECT
HARHAUER
each
JANE PARKER PLAIN
DONUTS ........
19c
ASP FANCY
dm
SCNNYF1ELD
19c
No. 2 can
Friday evening on Mrs. Virginia
Wilson and daughter Hope at Benton
Ridge:
The Huber family reunion will be
held this Sunday at Paulding Center
school.
Talk about courage and grit, A.
Young-
... 3 33c
7
FRESH, SWEET VINE RIPENED
CANTALOUPE ....
each
APPLE SAUCE si 7c
QUART JARS....................................... 75c
DILL PICKLES....................................... ,L 27c
GRAPE JUICE........................... 27c
CORN FLAKES...................................... 15s
CALIFORNIA GRATED
TUNA FISH....33c
ANN PAGE
KETCHUP......{55 238
Pineapple Juice IJCameo Cleanser*!NORTHERN TISSUE
Sudsu Action—
Cuis Grease Fast
14 oz. can
HYGRADE
BANANAS
Don Wenger
141 S. Main St. Phone 495-T
wzANTED
Wonten,
Precision
Asllembly
Apply
The TripleIt
Poultry Supply
allotnun
Electric an
6 and 10 hole
5 ft st
Long, Green
Slicers
FRESH CALIFORNIA
Bl III1C Ureeu,
67c
,b- IS
PARTY LOAF .. "“CS?
ASP W K. GOLDEN
CORN............. 17s
“Mighty Soft”
Supplies Limited
THURSDAY, AUG. 14. 1947
H. Clymer, north of Mt. Cory has
plenty of it. He will soon be 82
years old and has undergone the
amputation of both legs. He is a
cheerful and says he has good
health and keeps busy, enjoys life
and is thankful he is alive.
18-35, for Close
Vork on Instrument
Line.
Personnel Office
All Priced
DON’T forget to
HIGHEST PHJCES
Elec. Inst. Co.
Bluffton
eeEV ISRYDAY”
Do. has shipped us our fall
of merchandise.
kerosene waterers
steel galvanized nests
eel flock feeders
Reasonably.
VACCINATE and WORM
paid for poultry.
JORG 1HATCHERY
hone 1S2-W
HOME CANNING!
Large, Full
Clusters
U. S. No. 1
Grade
bushel
FRESH ELBERTA PEACHES
4 29c
Now’s the time to can peaches! You’ll find
large supplies of ripe, luscious peaches at your
A&P. They’re just right for canning right
for your budget, too. Come in and get them
now and put up a plentiful supply.
Jus. 33c
Yellow,
rLUnid Red
FRESH GOLDEN BARTLETT
FEARS ..............2
GOLDEN RIPE FRl’IT
23C
BANANAS
4 lb9 39c
SUGAR 95c
yC
peck
3 for 29c
49c
9
Varieties ................ lb«.
33c
I2c
Limited* ........................ lb.
FRESH. SWEET MELONS
UMIEV nEIAfC
43c I
Guaranteed Ripe
rlUNbl Ublld Medium Size
... each
MP FLUOR FUORITES
FOR ICED TEA
OUR OWN
Foil Bodied
3
JQC
and V|gor.a»
U lb. pkg.
NECTAR
Rich and
Flrvorinl
*S
Vi lb pkg.
MAYFAIR
J|
Delicate
•nd Fragrant tA “C
'a
Ih. nh*.
RITZ
IKaCKERS......2Cs
VFR MIE MIX
FLA-VOR-AID 4
Chiffon
I
roll 7C
15c
pkra
Soap Flakes—Gentle
With AU Fine Fabrics
He. PM- 29C

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