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Pasteurized Loaf Cheese Badger IL /IE- ID. 4uC 32c to 43c lb Dedication of new cathedral type windows placed in the Bluffton Thurch of Christ this fall, coupled with the 88th anniversary of the church, marked morning and after noon services largely attended by local congregation members and out of-town visitors, last Sunday. Harold Monroe, general secretary of the O. C. M. S., Cleveland, speak er at the morning service also was in charge of the dedicatory program. Rev. Lee Remaley, of Arlington, former pastor of the church, gave the afternoon address. Organization of the Bluffton church dates back to a meeting held in the barn of R. H. Cox, near Shannon, now 1859, Green ists. Clark pointed elders. In 1893 the church building was moved to its present location East Elm street where it dedicated on Nov. 26, 1893, being remodeled and enlarged. Hi-Low Club The Hi-Low club wa by Mrs. Chas. Well night. High scoi Paul Basinger. Herman Stager clubs scheduled night has beei poned. Band Mothers Meeting of the will be held at Monday night. THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO Many Here Sunday For Church Of Christ Window Dedication Service Manges, Murray, families workers. Bluffton, on May 29, under the direction of Z. T. and William Wilson, evangel At the meeting, Jonathon and John A. Ewing were ap- Plans for building a church in Bluffton were drafted on July 2 at a meeting in the home of Jonathon Dunlap. Thomas Murray and John Ewing were chosen trustees, and a site was procured in town from Wil liam Ewing, where a frame church building was erected. This site later was occupied by the Kimmel Planing mill, and at the present by the Hi Speed service station on South Main street. after who have served the include: Revs. Z. T. Call, Orrin Gates, J. V. Pastors congregation Green, Dana Updike, U. Sims, Grant E. R. Hill, Nash, A. F. Charles J. B. Dunkleberger, W. L. I. Mercer, E. J. G. A. Valentine, C. M. Browden, Speer, L. A. M. C. Myers, Riter, Frank George Warren, Arthur uster, J. Burgan, Richards, F. F. A. Brundige, Penhorwood, Tigner, Ray Wolford, A. F. Stall, C. L. Cohagen, Lee Remaley, G. D. Bright,. Milton Fronso, A. F. Lenhart and C. D. Read. Pioneer families which established and kept the church in organization thru trying times included the Ewings, Ferrells, Russells, Johnsons, Dunlaps, Murrays, Bogarts and many others. In recent years the Ewing, Century Circle Members of the Century circle and their husbands will hold a pot luck dinner at the Walnut Grill this Wednesday night at 6:45 o’clock. Dr. L. L. Ramseyer will be the speaker of the evening and musical numbers will be provided by Miss Lois Oyer. entertain^ Thursdi held by Mi Guesta were Mi and Mrs. Cla Band Mothers le high school Methodist Special meeting of be held in Methodist night at Women business S. will church basement Thursday o’clock. Royal Neighbors Meeting of the lodge, Friday night Royal Neighbor at 8 o’clock. Masonic Lodge Stated communication, Bluffton Masonic lodge, next Monday night at 7:30 o’clock. Attend Study Club Mrs. James Suter and Mrs. N. N. Soldner of Pandora, and .also Mrs. Herbert Marshall. Mrs. Maynard Steiner and Mrs. Orlo Marshall were guests at a meeting of the Bay View Study club of Lima held at the home of Mrs. F. C. Marshall in Rockport, Monday afternoon. Alpha Gamma The Alpha Gamma club will en tertain at a guest night at the Bluff ton college chapel Thursday evening when a musicale will be directed by Mrs. Elvira Suter. Mrs. Isabelle West, Steiner and Mrs. Lois Rodabaugh Hostesses are Mrs. Mabe) Alice Freeman Club Mrs. John Boehr was the Alice Freeman club, afternoon. Legal topics program for the meeting. hostess to Wednesday formed the Richland Grange Members of Richland grange will visit Bath grange Thursday night. Next Tuesday nifht Richland grange will have as guests at their meeting, a delegation from Marion grange. Carr, McElroy, Evans, Mumma and Luginbuhl iave been active church pastors have come from the of the church, including I, Forest Ferrell, Seven congregation B. G. Ferrel Ewing, Burl haus, Alvorc Dean Luginbuhl. As Paul Alt Earl Chandler, Elmond an Althaus and Mrs. As far as can be determined, Mary Mann is the oldest member of charter member of the first mission living hurch and the only There /s a Ohio corn surance on live in Char ca counties, tried in 5(1 counties nex closed SEASON ON HUNGAR. /AN PAR.TRJD&ES THIS FALL Ohio field tr of $22 in incn a com, small when lime ani in addition to and fertilizer. Corn tains aboi. When 90 i wers can obtain in 1948 crop if they gn, Preble, or Sene e insurance ALWAYS WANTED HERE TODAY Geiger Appliances he great new STROMBERG CARLSONS priced for everybody’* budget Above-tut HEPPIEWHITE radio-phono graph combination in console of 18th Century inspiration. Standard broadcast, complete FM.and short wave bands. 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Under Ohio Stites told by Among nearly 100 guests at the church last Sunday were the follow ing out-of-town visitors West Gamer, Lee Remaley ris, Findlay Clark, Lima son, David, Lafayette Columbus Grove Cleveland. 7^ Conservation Division Puffed Greatest will be growing S. corn net gain s showed a ed crop returns for ain, alfalfa rotation fertilizer were aying for the used lime con oft dough stage per cent moisture. nt of the kernels are tTHE RADIO YOU HAVE Mrs. Golda Toledo Rev. and Mrs. Arlington Ethel Har Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Mrs. A. J. Miller and Nelson Wells, Harold Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Murray and family, Ashland Mr. and Mrs. Scott Woods, Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. George Manges and family, Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Murray, Find lay Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murray, Findlay. grouse p&p~ ULATIONS HAVE RE MAINED FAIRLY CON STANT^WHILE PHEAS ANTS HAVE DECLINED Ohio birds have not BEEN AFFECTED BY ANY'CYCLE'AND ARE COMMON OR NUMEROUS IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN COUNTIES- loss of GROUSE IS NOT TO FOXES OR CATS BUT IS DUE TO WET WEATHER KILLING THE CHICKS- dented but some milk remains in them, the com will have about 40 per cent moisture. Fully dented, mature corn may have up to 35 per cent moisture. The effect of diminishing pastures is clearly shown by reports of pro duction from 15,000 Ohio cows in dairy herd improvement associations. The records show there were 3,686 of those producing 40 or more pounds of butterfat in July, 1947, but only 2,211 were producing that amount in August, when pastures lacked rain. Cut down 1 inch. Turn back and h^m neckline. Stitch down 3 inches from un der arm to fold Turn hem. 4. Pol. Adv. $5.95 complete with belt, thread, needle, nailheads. The Lape Cc BILL McCULLOCH BELIEVES: 1. That Communism is a present threat to our form of Govern ment, the family and the church and that every Communist should be driven from public office. 2. That Local Government should be strong and bureaucrats shorn of their power. 3. That the cost of Federal Government can be and must be reduced NOW. That there should be a planned and systematic reduction of the National Debt. NOW. 5. That taxes can and must be reduced NOW. 6. That America should help friendly nations help themselves, but we should not exhaust American resources in so doing. 3 years Republican Leader, Ohio House “The cost was in keeping with my plans.* “The service was all that anybody could wish for.’* The following pi Red cow, 7 years Cut 9-inch armhole opening from shoulder. Seam down, turn 1 inch and hem. 20 Months Overseas and 2s Battle Stars. Ofc McCULLOCH FOR CONGRESS W, B- THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1947 Public Opinion is a crystal lization of what people think and say on a subject. Favor able Comments on our serv ice continue to strengthen public faith in our depend ability and responsibility. JNERALHOME th£. 222 (iL'Btqffton PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at public auction on the M. H. Deeds farm located one mile north and one mile east and one mile north of Rawson, Ohio, on Thursday, October 30 AT 1:00 P. M. 5 years old, will fres will freshen Feb. 15 Dec. 25 Jersey cow Jersey cow, 6 years 4 years old, will fresh old, will freshen Mai Jersey-Guernsey bull bull 10 months old heifer 6 months old 4 months old Red heifer calf 4 weeks old. HOGS—2 shoatsl averaging 100 pounds FEED—7 tons til acres shock corn. International 4 ca operty: IEAD OF CATTLE old, will freshen March 1 Black cow, hen Feb. 15 Roan cow, 3 years old, Jersey cow, 5 years old, will freshen 5 years old, will freshen Nov. 1 ld, been fresh 4 weeks Jersey cow, n Dec. 20 White face heifer, 2 years ch 15 Black heifer 16 months old 10 months old Shorthorn-Guernsey Brindle heifer 9 months old Black ioan heifer 6 months old Red heifer nothy hay 7 tons mixed hay i milk cooler, like new Terms—Cash M. H. Deedj, Serge Warren, Owners Thrapp & Warren, Auqts.___________Dwight Deeds, Clerk JAM M. McCULLOCH WI teran, World Issued by E. HETTZMAN Piqua, O.