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PAGE FOUR
EBENEZER MENNONITE
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
Thursday—
8:00 Prayer and Bible study
Sunday—
WEATHER SEAL’S
famous Interlock
shows why drafts,
din and grime can't
get through die S
shaped construction.
Only selected fine
grain California RED
WOOD used for life
time wear.
It’j easy to change
WEATHER SEAL
panels from inside
your home.
For free estimate and
home dcmoo&trauoa
Phone 49611
Notice
Ready tor Immediate Delivery
Monarch Electric Stoves
Monarch Coal, Wood and Electric
Combination Stoves
Monarch Bottle Gas Stoves
Monarch Coal, Wood and Bottle Gas
Combination Stoves
Monarch Oil Space Heating Stoves
Monarch 60-gal. Electric Water
Heaters
Monarch Coal-Wood Range
Justin Basinger
136 Thurman St., Bluffton
Phone 378-T
9:30 Sunday School, Joseph Thomp
son, sup’t.
10:30 Morning worship
7:30 C. E. programs
8:10 Evening meeting.
FETT HA RDWAR E
Quality Merchandise Since 1893
American Legion
Party
For All War I ahd II Veterans
EATS and REFRESHMENTS
Special Entertainment
LAIBE the Hypnotist
Bluffton Legion Hall
Monday, October 20th
8:00 P. M. Sharp I
Come and Bring A Veteran
ft A v
11
Every Home Owner
Knew.:. Ilhat 111
Weather-Seal
Every home would be
equipped to enjoy
year ’round comfort
with Weather-Seal
combination windows
\and doors.
MJEJUUMttUU WHJII fWOK
121 S. Elizabeth Street
ANS0MEIKKDS
Lima, Ohio
J. Reagan
Beaverdam. Ohio
Phone 175-472
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. John Hummon, Temporary
Pastor
Worship service 9:00 a. m.
Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Wm.
Edwards, Supt.
All members are urged to attend.
The public is cordially invited.
CHURCHES OF CHRIST
C. D. Read, Pastor
Bluffton:
9:30 Bible school, Robert E.
Luginbuhl, Supt.
10:30
Bethel:
10:15
subject,
11:00
Supt.
Homecoming service
Worship service. Sermon
A Pioneer of Faith.
Bible school. Clyde Hartman,
Please note change of services
for this Sunday only.
EVANGELICAL A REFORMED
CHURCHES
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
9:30 A. M. Morning worship
10:30 A. M. Church school
The choir of the church meets on
Thursday evening of this week at
8:15 p. m.
Friendly Couples class meets on
Sunday evening at the church, 7:15
p. m. Promptly. All are invited.
The Women’s Guild will meet at
the church on Sunday afternoon at
2:30 p. m. All women of the church
are invited.
The Cornelia Circle meets on Mon
day evening.
Catechism
morning at 9:30 at
instruction Saturday
St. John’s church
Synod on Friday
Fall meeting of
of this week.
Youth Rally at
Sunday.
St. John’s—
9:30 A. M. Church school
10:45 A. M. Morning worship
Wapakoneta on
Girl’s Guild meets on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at the home of Shir
ley Derringer.
The choir meets on Thursday even
ing at 8:00 at the church.
The Edith Lahr Circle
Thursday evening at the
Mrs. Bertha Miller at 8:00
Ethel Hagerman assistant hostess.
Mrs. Della Clark, leader. All are
I invited.
Fall meeting of Synod on Friday
I at Tiffin. All delegates meet at the
parsonage on Friday morning by 8:00
I a. m.
I Youth
I Sunday.
I tact Mr.
I Catechism
I morning at 9:30 a.
Rally at Wapakoneta on
All young people to con
Geiger. Plan on going.
instruction Saturday
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, pastor
Thursday—
7:15 Choir rehearsal.
8:15 Bible study and prayer serv
ice.
I Sunday—
9:30 The Sunday school, Carl
Smucker, Supt.
10:30 The 'worship service
Special offering for relief. “Re
member the words of the Lord Jesus
I it is more blessed to give than to
I receive”.
7:30 evening service The Swiss
I Men’s Chorus will present the pro
I gram. Come and enjoy good singing.
EVANGELICAL (DEFENSELESS)
MENNONITE
Rev. E. J. Shady, Pastor
Thursday—
7:30 Prayer meeting and Bible
study
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school, C. D. Diller,
Supt.
10:30 Morning worship
7:00 C. W. B. program
7:45 Evening service
There will be a Sound Film en
titled “The Missing Christian” pre
sented in the church on Monday
evening, October 20 at 7:30 p. m.
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: .SMorthom Here
ford, Angus and Brofn Swiss. Ira
Moser. tf
Wanted—Butcher cqfctle, hogs and
calves. Swank Bros, Meat Market,
phone 208-W. I tf
For sale—Registered Shropshire
rams, yearlings and older. L.
Heigh way, Bluffton plione. tf
For sale—Two heifars: one Brown
Swiss full blooded 9 ilonths old, and
Guernsey 18 months ojd. Eldon King,
2^ miles southeast Pandora.
For sale—Guernsey heifer 5
months old. Amos Garger, miles
north Richland Grange hall.
For sale—Spotted Poland China
male hog ready for
young Hampshire sow
ry Anderson, Bluffton
service also
ith pigs. Har
hone.
says
REDDY CASH
Not only th* woman but th* man
too ar* getting that "naw look".
But cheer up fellows you cm
always fan back on good ole ..
cunr.LOAH.
Marke* A FHrabeth Lima
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch. Pastor
W ednesday—
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 p. m.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer service
7:00 Missionary Youth Fellowship.
Children’s meeting in basement.
7:30 Evening sendee
Everyone is welcome.
MACHINES
HAY
good hay
God” quartet.
DIXIE
MARGARINE
IB.OOO UNITSOF VITAMIN A
HERE’S GOOD EAT/NOa/
AT AN ECONOMY PBtCE
Tomato Sauce
DOLE SLICED
PINEAPPLE
BARTLETT
IONA PEARS
ARMOVR’S
TREET ........
20 MI LE TEAM
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister
Rockport:
Morning worship 9:30
Church school 10:30
Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt.
Bluffton:
Public Sale
Having decided to quit farming I will offer at public
auction at my farm 2Uj miles north and V2 mile east of
Beaverdam 41/- miles southwest of Bluffton
Church school 9:45
Mr. Ropp Triplett, Supt.
Morning worship 11:00
Sermon for Sunday: “Impetuous
Peter, Who Became The Rock.’’
Friday, October 17
Beginning at yp. m.
The following property:
HORSES—Sorrel mare 5 ^rs. old, a good one gray
horse 8 yrs. old.
CATTLE—Jersey cow 7/yrs. old to freshen soon 2
Jersey cows 5 yrs. old to freshen in November Jersey bull
1 year old Jersey & Brown Swiss heifer.
HOGS—9 shoats /ivg. A 00 lbs.
P&O
good sha]
and collar
tion gas
good forg
*Van mrunt fertilizer grain drill like
rain ank dump rake International
Ser 2 rid}
new wagon /anti
manure s
wagon an
McCormick-Deering grafn binder 5-ft. McCormick mower
Black Hawk corn pla/ter with fertilizer attachments in
e walking freaking plow 2 sets work harness
5 large iron kettle power grinder in good condi
engine dmll press in good shape large vice
lot other tools and many other articles.
& GRAIN—245 shocks good corn in field 7 tons
in mow./
mg cultivators tandem disc low
feet lifter 2 spring tooth harrows
TERMS—(ASH
Aucts.—Thrapp/& Warren
Clerk—Arden Laird
meets on I
,1 The film will be presented by Rev.
I Douglas W. Hine well known in this
wiviT IM rs I
community as being formerly con
nected with the “America Back to
Sam Haas
PLAN
FALL
PLANTING
ON OR AFTER
OCTOBER 25
I
Ann Page Beans
218 °z- can» 27c
fc 5J
MOHAWK VALLEY
47c
16-oz.
box
BORAX .......
Ann Page
Boston Beans
2 16 ox- c«n® 25c
DAIRY TALUKS
WISCONSIN BRICK
LIMBURGER 53c
ib.
DOMESTIC SWISS
CHEESE
69c
CHEESE FOOD
CHED-O-BIT 2 87c
PROCESS AMERICAN
MEL-O-BIT .. lb 49c
Sultana Red
Kidney Beans
2
it «■...»
21c
Sultana—In Chili Gravy
Red Beans
GET IN STEP WITH VALUES
TURN TO A&P!
You'll find a parade of mighty fine values at your frjendly A&P. So get
many wise homemakers who shop where they know
budget-helping prices. You see, A&P makes it a pol
to give you more for your money. Shop at A&P
A&P'S VALVES IN
BAKERY Til EATS
ROLLS.........
JANE PARKER
DONUTS
Sugrnred. Plain
or Cinnamon .... dox. I vG
V.
12-oz.
can
ANN PAGE
PEANUT BUTTER
ANN PAGE
53c
CHEESE.......lb.
KRAFT SPREAD
pimento...
2ic
37c
FARM FRESH KKYKO
MARGARINE... lb
MAYONNAISE
Iona
2 25c
11157
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I
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on
DCN ROBINSON
FOR
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ICEBERG HEAD
LETTUCE irJS..... 2
WASHINGTON JONATHAN
APPLES 4 lb!.
JERSEY SWEET
POTATOES........ 5 lb. 39c
CALIFORNIA
NEW YORK
Lima Beans
2 «•r*" 21c
need Service
I IN
LANDSCAPE
GARDENING
Beaverburg
Bluffton College
Bluffton, Ohio
today!
SANDWICH BUN’S or HOT DOO Marmalade it re us eel COFFEE
i r® nvr 4
a
BREAD .................18c
a w i
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16c CAKE
JANE PARKER PARTY RYE
CAKE
29c
WHI
6 PARKER
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15c
pnQQa
jarOSC
PASCAL
29c
CELERY
YELLOW
45c
lb- "KJ
ORANGES...... 1
69c
wb’b, 51.85
POTATOES 'Hob
Ann Page
Macaroni
THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1947
1047
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Low Net Cost—
Fun First Year Dividends
The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co
A. C./BURCKY Local Representative
Notice!
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JOX
Phone 239-W
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NOW/
with the
Ann Page
29C
earb
White Iced Chocolate POUND
t......
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Spaghetti
3 ib- b°x 41c
/DOLE PINEAPPLE
No. 2
can
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BORAXO..............V.’»
/’1.KAGLE BRAND CONDENSED
£/MILK .................
SUNNYFIELD PANCAKE
33c
2
Produe?
CoME TO A*P
ONIONS......... 5 ,b ”b'.74lc
RED RIPE
CRANBERRIES....... lb. 39c
FLORIDA DUNCAN HflB
GRAPEFRUIT 3(„29c
INDIANA U. S. NO. 1 GRADE
POTATOES $1.89
17c
FLOUR ......... 5/',-39c
Encore Prepared
Spaghetti
21c
15% 01. tins
.talk «,
each CUV
ffX
Sultana
3^x»41c
Peanut Butter
2 i“ 57c
Ann Page
Salad Dressing

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