Report Peeping Tom
On Harmon Road
Reports of a peeping Tom in the
Harmon road residence district Sat
urday night sent officers on an un
successful search of that neighbor
hood. The reports followed a search
Prejudices burden people in every land.
Greater tolerance is the world s most
"ItLAZE OF NOON”
which has been under way by police
to apprehend a stranger for lewd
ANNE BAXTER WM. HOLDEN
FAY BAINTER HENRY HULL
JEAN NEGULESCO HENRY BLANK
It is only an error of judgment to
make a mistake, but it shows infirm
ity of character to adhere to it when
A Heavy Burden
NO PREJUDICE nor preference influence^ a
truly ethical servant of the people in the per
formance of his duty.
An impartial service
in a wide range of
"i? CARMI THEATRE
The Citizens National Bank
MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK AND
THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT ^INSURANCE CORPORATION
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Everybody’s POINTING to HOTPOINT
Better APPLIANCES for t|ie KITCHEN and LAUNDRY
Before you select a heating unit see the new
COLE HOT BLAST OIL HEATER
Heats 3 to 4 rooms economically. Kerosene or Fuel Oil
operated. An attractively Styled circulator designed to
enhance the beauty of your living room.
Make old floors look like new
BIRD’S LINOLEUM RUGS
9X12 Size In Two Grades Economy Weight
and Armorlite Heavy Duty Weight.
ON DISPLAY NOW ... an assortment of new style
FLOOR AND TABLE LAMPS
Introducing to Bluffton—the New
CIRCLINE FLOURESCENT FLOOR LAMP
Beautifully designed with circulor fluorescent tubing and
three-way indirect lighting.
ALL LAMPS AS A FACTORY INTRODUCTORY OFFER
ARE PRICED AT 25% LESS THAN RETAIL.
A splendid opportunity to buy the latest in lighting at a
All the Latest in Electrical Conveniences
Hotpoint Sales & Service
105 South Main St. Phone 255-T P’nffton. Ohio
This bank will be closed all day
Monday, Oct. 13th
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
8:00 P. M. The Ladies Missionary
Society will hold their monthly meet
ing in the church. Miss Edna Am
stutz returned missionary from
Africa will be the speaker.
8:00 Prayer and Bible study
9:30 Sunday School, Joseph Thomp
10:30 Morning worship
7:30 C. E. programs
8:10 Evening .meeting.
Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor
7:30 Prayer meeting and Bible
9:30 Sunday school, C. D. Diller,
10:30 Morning worship
7:00 C. W. B. program
7:45 Evangelistic service
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
9:30 A. M. Morning worship
10:30 A. M. Church school
The choir will not meet for re
hearsal this week.
Catechism instruction Saturday at
9:30 A. M. at St. John’s church.
Men’s Congress will be held on
Sunday afternoon at St. Paul’s
church, Chattanooga. Registration is
at 2:30. All men should plan to
9:30 A. M. Church school
10:45 A. M. Morning worship
The Women’s Guild will have their
meeting on Thursday evening of this
week at the church at 8:00 o’clock.
All women of the church are cordial
ly invited to attend. The film: “The
Challenge of India” will be shown.
The choir meets for rehearsal on
Thursday evening at 8:00 o’clock.
Catechism instruction Saturday
morning at 9:30 A. M.
Men’s Congress Sunday at St.
Paul’s church Chattanooga. Regis
tration at 2:30 P. M. All men of the
church are cordially invited to at
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
C. D. Read, Pastor
9:15 Worship service. Sermon sub
ject: Mystical Interpretations.
10:00 Bible School, Robert E.
10:15 Bible School. Clyde Hart
11:15 Worship service. Sermon
subject, Mystical Interpretations.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 A. M.
Morning worship 10:30 A. M.
Youth Fellowship 6:30 P. M.
Wednesday, October 6—
6:30 P. M. Youth Fellowship meets
at the church to go to County Rally
7:00 P. M. Men meet at church
Thursday, October 7—
7:00 P. M.—Choir rehearsal
8:00 P. M. Woman’s Society of
Christian Service meets at the home
of Mrs. Elmer Short. Devotions, Mrs.
Chas. Aukerman, program, Mrs.
Gerald Berry. Hostesses, Mrs. George
Read, Mrs. Chas. Dillman, Mrs.
Elmer Short and Mrs. Paul Cramer.
Saturday—Rummage sale in Lima
by Friendly class. Bring things for
the sale to Nelson Steiner’s or Lloyd
Thomas’ not later than Thursday,
Sunday—Every Sunday school
class should work for a 100% at
tendance. Begin now!
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
Wanted—Butcher cattle, hogs and
calves. Swank Bros. Meat Market,
phone 208-W. tf
For sale—Registered Shrt^pshire
rams, yearlings and older. L.
Heighway, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Bred and open guernsey
heifers also several choicf Spotted
Poland China male hogs» all dou
ble immuned. Hiram M. ^ohli.
For sale—Oxford ram lajnbs. Ralph
Caris, 6 miles southeast if Bluffton.
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Expert Tree Service
Bracina— Spraying Feeding
N, WPower Saving
1). L. SCHICK
118 Edith Ave., Findlay, Ohio
Findlay Telephone 2091-W
THE (BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, pastor
7:30 Evening service, Dr. N. van
der Zijpp, pastor and professor from
Holland, will be the guest speaker.
All are invited.
9:30 The Sunday school, Carl
10:30 The worship service
6:30 Intermediate Christian En
7:30 Evening service, Prof. Klassen
Visitors are always welcome at our
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt.
Church school 9:45
Mr. Ropp Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00
Sermon: “Andrew, The First
Evangelist”, beginning a series on
“The Personalities About Our Lord.”
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank sincerely the
neighbors and friends for their
many kindnesses and expressions of
sympathy in our recent bereave
ment also Rev. Bigelow who offi
ciated at the funeral service, the
pallbearers and all those who con
tributed to the profusion of beau
Mrs. B. F. Biery
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Biery
In honor of her tenth birthday an
niversary, Sue Montgomery, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgom-
ery, entertained 23 girls of the fifth
grade at her home on South Jackson
street last Wednesday afternoon.
Games and contests were enjoyed on
the lawn followed by an outdoor
A constituent of the waste liquor
formed when wood is converted into
pulp by the sulphite process, lignin
supplies about one-half of the coun
try’s supply of vanillin and is also
used in producing lignin resins suit
able for forming laminated materi
als. Resins made from turpentine,
another wood product, are used in
the paint and varnish industry.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher
and son of Adrian, Michigan were
visitors in the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Badertscher and
Chris Basinger who for some years
has resided in Mountain Lake, Min
nesota passed away the latter part
of the week. Funeral services were
held there Sunday afternoon.
The Ladies’ Relief committee is
to do canning of foods all day
Wednesday at the Amstutz cannery.
A special service was held at St.
John church, Sunday evening when
Rev. Peter Varonoff representing
the Russian Missionary Bible Society
spoke and showed pictures of present
conditions in Russia.
Martha Hilty for many years
nurse at the General hospital in Cin
cinnati, is spending some time visit
ing her relatives and friends here.
Levi Welty is consigning several
of his high class Guernseys to the
State sale which is to be held at
Van Wert, Thursday, Oct. 9th.
Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Diller spent several days
last week in the home of her brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Diller in Lima.
The Wenger Sorghum press is
being operated both day and night
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Seneff mis
sionaries from Africa have recently
arrived in this country to spend
their furlough here among their
Donnivan Schumacher who has
spent the summer months in New
York City and has for sometime
since been at home is to leave the
latter part of the week for St. Louis,
Mo., where he is to again assume
his duties as cellist of the St. Louis
Symphony orchestra, as he had done
the previous season.
Bluffton Girl Takes
Position In Delphos
Miss Helen Bauman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Bauman of
Riley street has accepted a position
as manager of the Western Union
office in Delphos. Before entering
upon her duties she received instruc
tion for twelve weeks in the Western
Union’s Omaha, Neb., office and five
weeks in Lima.
Poor Lighting Dangerous
The National Safety council re
ports that 35 per cent of all night
traffic accidents are directly trace
able to lack of proper illumination.
Typical A&P Grocery Values
APPLE Butter 12 KI-2.27
IONA PEAS 1281’1.00
FRUIT Cocktail 12 2.99
TOMATOES tel .73
ASPARAGUS .12 2.09
A&P Fancy Crushed
No. 2 can
Regular—3 for 29c
MAKE A&P YOUR
FOOD SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS
JANE PARKER JANE PARKER PARTY
On Army Mailings
Christmas packages sent this year
to members of the armed forces may
be the same size as those in do
mestic mailings, it was announced
last week by post office officials.
The domestic limits provide that
parcels must not weigh more than
70 pounds, and connot be more than
100 inches in length and girth com
Packages mailed to overseas per
sonnel for Christmas delivery should
be in the hands of the post office
department during the period be
ginning October 15 and ending one
month later. Parcels for delivery in
Japan, Korea and the glands in the
Pacific should be posted not later
than November 1.
Christmas cards for army per
sonnel overseas may be mailed at
any time but patrons should mail
them prior to Nov. 15 if they are
to have a reasonable expectation of
delivery prior to Christmas. Greet
ing cards for soldiers overseas must
be sent in sealed envelopes and pre
paid at first-class rate.
Valuable articles should be regis
tered or insured, the postmaster ad
vised and perishable matter will not
Postmaster Reichenbach named as
prohibited articles, intoxicants, in
flammable materials, i n 1 u ding
matches of all kinds and lighter
fluids, poison, or compositions which
may kill or injure another or dam
age the mails. Cigarettes and other
tobacco products are prohibited
transmission for delivery through
APO’s in Germany, France, and
Austria and Navy numbers 913 and
693 in Germany.
You’ll search far and wide to find belter "buys” in quality-famous foods than those of
fered at your A&P. For A&P, by direct buying methods and the elimination of many
unnecessary in-between expenses, is able to make worth-while savigs to share with you.
Begin today to enjoy the benefits of shopping at A&P and make A&P your food shop
Grain (bushel prices): Wheat,
$2.72 corn, $2.35 oats, $1.10 soys,
Poultry: Heavy hens, 24c leg
horn hens, 19c heavy rock fryers,
31c heavy red fryers, 29c leghorn
Eggs: Large whites, 60c large
browns, 59c mediums, 49c pullet,
One employer found that after a
visual corrective program had been
established and lighting conditions
improved the output of the plant
increased 19 per cent and quality
improved 16 per cent.
NEW CROP JERSEY
A & P’s Values In Baking Treats
JANE PARKER BREAD 15c
DONUTS 15c RYE BREAD .... UV 18c
Enjoy Economical Dairy Foods
CHED-O-BIT 2b°x 87c
MEDIVM SHARP CHEDDAR PROCESS AMERICAN
CHEESE........... 49c CHEESE................. Ib. 49c
12 cam $2.27
PASCAL CELERY Us25c
KATAHDIN U. S. No. 1 GRADE
THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1947
To all Metho
having a runin
If you have
this sale, plea
of Mrs. Pauli
1st women: We are
ge sale October 17.
lything to give for
leave at the home
A ugs burger.
404 S uth Main Street
Yqs, if 8 a beauty and the
High-Rower Burners, plus
Perfectjbn quality are assur
ance of years of clean, fast,
time-slaving and money
savingservice. Roomy cook
ing top will hold washboiler,
pressure cooker or portable
oven. See it at
I 11,000 UNITS OF VlTAMtM A
GO0D FOR YOUR FAMILY
KIND TO YOUR POCKETBOOK
Grand Produce Buys
JUMBO ICEBERG HEAD
FANCY WASHINGTON RED DELICIOUS
CANUY WASmiSUlUN KtU URLICIQUS
APPLES .... .3 49c
7 LB COei
Fancy Cretan Golden
Del Monte Early Garden
No. 2 cam
M. I am 19c 12 —$1.73
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