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C, B. BAME, Residence 423-W RORYCALHOUN I i LOIS MAXWELL ROY I A NEW YEAN And it may mean a new opportunity if you take advantage of the many features of our licensed professional realty service. Our only charge is/for a completed sale. associate mm Furnace IA/ILLIAMSON HEW THIH'IFE ALLFUEL niRHICE. Monthly Payments To Sulf USED 1940 Ford Tudor \1944 Ford Truck 1946 Ford Coupe, li The House of Perfect Sound 1946 Ford 5 Passe Coupe, radio and heater B. GRATZ, A 1 SUNDAY-MONDAY TRAIL STREET” RANDOLPH SCOTT I also THIRTY MINUTES of WEDDING SCENES in Color TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY over Big Town ——and— lidin* Down The Trail broker Office 468-Y inspection. Expert repair work on any Er •”ak« turnace. Cott bated on labor and ma I II Im &■ teriais used. Phone or write today. "ALL-FUEL Furnace Takes Little Attention "The Williamson Heater Company: "We are very well satisfied with our Wil liamson Tripl-ife Furnace. The furnace takes far Jits attention, saves carrying of fuel, and ashes over our rugs, and the heat is distributed more evenly." (Signed) Dana D. Lowe, Ohio. Th* ALL-FUEL Furnace Burnt Gat, Oilt Coke or Coal MOYER REFRIGERATION & HEATING 33 S. Main Phone 225-VV Bluffton. Ohio CARS exceptionally clean Cab and Chassis e new, low mileage iger Super Deluxe 1942 Chevrolet Sedan, heater and radio a good buy 1925 Model Ford, runs like a top 1941 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan in good condition Bixel Motor Soles 1’101 THEATRE BLUFFTON, OHIO THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY I 1) RONALD KeaganL iTT1 SHIRLEY I| IempleJ Warn er Bros. Matinee Sunday 3 P. M. Continuou 1 present Bluffton College Presents Bud and Connie Helmericks Enterprising and courageous young couple who will tell the story of their many adventures as well as bring their superb colored motion pictures of Alaska, the land they know and love. Bluffton High School Auditorium THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 8:30 P. M. Admission: Adults, 60c High School, 35c Grade School, 25c Churched MENNONITE CHURCH N. Smucker, pastor FIRST J. Thursday- Morning worship 9:30 Church school 10:30 Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt. School of Missions, 7:30, for all ages. Bluffton: Church school 9:45 Mr. Gayion Thomas, Supt. Morning worship 11:00 Communicants Class, 2 P. M. the pastor’s home, Meeting for new downstairs in the The Edith Lahr Missionary Circle meets with Mrs. Ralph Steams, with STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. I bf Bull service, $3 per cow plus 10 cents mile one way. jC. N. Long & Son, Ada, 1270. Ohio. Ada phone Red I —Spdt^di Poland China For sale Vance Weaver, Beaver- male hog. dam. Rite-way milkers /at Waitermire’s. For sale—15 shopts, avg. 90 lbs. P. W. Fett, 1 mile/west and mile north of Beaverdaffi. For sale—3 shouts. Wayne Bader tscher, P6 miles north of Beaver dam. THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO Bible study 8:15 Adult Bible Study class Sunday— 9:30 Sunday School, Carl Smucker, 10:30 Worship service 6:30 Junior and Intermediate C. E. 7:30 Evening service The College Men’s Gospel Team. If not attending church elsewhere, we invite you to worship with us. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Ernest N. Bigelow, Minister Rockport: members, 4 P. M.| church. The Social club meets on Wednes day evening, Jan. 14, 8 P. M., with Miss Dawn Stonehill as hostess in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bixler. The Board of Trustees meets on Wednesday, 8:30 in the church. Choir practice Thursday, 7:15. Meeting of the ushers on Friday night, 7:30. Sermon for Sunday: “What Does the Lord Require of You?” EVANGELICAL A REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School 10:45 A. M. Morning Worship Newly elected officers will be in stalled during the worship service. The choir will meet for rehearsal on Thursday evening at 7:45 P. M. Catechism Instruction Saturday morning at 9:30 A. M. The Cornelia meets on Monday 19, at 8:00 P. M. Mrs. Louise Green, cordially invited to St. John’s— 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:30 A. M. Church School Missionar evening at the Mrs. Della Stepleton ai and Mrs. Meeting vited. 3:00 P. send their children. Catechism Instruc 9:30 A. M. v CircleQ January I home of I attend. Newly elected officers will be in stalled during the worship services on Sunday. Consistory will meet on Thursday evening of this week at 8:00 o’clock at the church. Newly elected of ficers kindly attend. The choir of the church meets for rehearsal on Thursday evening of this week at 7:30 P. M. Let’s have a good attendance. sistant hostess Clay Htmderson, leader, are in- begins at 7 of Missions M. Parents School Saturday 1:30 an invited to Saturday at CHURCH FIRST METHODIST Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor Sunday. A. M. 30 A. M. M. Versteeg, Sunday school 9:30 Morning worship 10 Sermon by Dr. Johi District Superintenden Fellowship dinner s bers and friends invi Fourth Quarterly P. M. :ioon. Mer nfere e Methodist Youth P. M. Institute Echoes fr Institute. Bluffton Youth Fell 10 P. M. Woman’s Society Service officers confei at Mrs. Nelson Steinc All officers of the W urged to Howship 6:30 Mid nter hip 8:30 to Christian Thursday 2 P. M. C. S. are be present, choir Junior school. Senior P. M. Friday after pra aturday 7 choir practi Sund. Let’s make homecoming day. in|and fellowship. Bi I and friends for the rally and worship iur family MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Pastor Wednesdav— Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Rev. R. S. It er. 6:30 Prayer service 7:00 Young People’ speak Meeting, in basement, berry, speaker Children’s meeting 7:30 Rev. R. S. Ros 9:15 Singspiration. Rev. Roseberry is chairman of the African Missionfield under the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He is author of several books on Missionary work. Everyone is wel come. Always FRESH FLORIDA NEW. TEXAS CABBAGE S. STATE OF MAINE TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA LEMONS Klu.m TEXAS EVANGELICAL MENNONITE E. J. Shady, Pastor Thursday— 7:30 Prayer meeting and Study Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school Take one homemaker with a limited Let her select the foods she needs and it's easy to ban budget blues when you hundreds of good things to eat, elimir with you. Begin today to follow this i Produce Values ORANGES 8—3lk WASHINGTON ROME BEAUTY APPLES 4 lb6. 45c CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES ^200. CALIFORNIA CAULIFLOWER 49c IC U POTATOES ... PASCAL CELERY Stalks each Doles' Chunks, Sliced or Crushed Doles' Crushed or Sliced 19c 6 for 19c 2 CARROTS .... large beta. PINEAPPLE s 32- PINEAPPLE M6' LIMA BEANS Seaside No 2 fan SAUER KRAUT A&P 13c No. 2 can Bible C. D. Diller, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship 7:00 C. W. B. programs. 7:45 Evening service. 9:15 Singspiration at the Mission ary church. EBENEZER MENNONITE (Two miles west of Bluffton) Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor Thursday— 7:30 Prayer and Bible study Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school, Phares Supt. 10:30 Morning worship 7:30 C. E. programs 7:10 Evening service RILEY CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Robert C. Turner, Pastor Sunday school 10:00 A. M. O. Zimmerman, Supt. E. Morning worship 11:00 A. M. Choir singing “He Lives.” Sermon “A Church for a Time.” Evening worship 7:30 P. M. Sermon “Jesus is Passing By”. Recipe terr Sure Suvings [Shorn nt A&P! Dairy Foods LO\ doz. KORN CHEESE FREN CHE .. each bw Special music. Prayer service, Wednesday 8 M. at the parsonage. Mrs. Ray Mrs. Chester Huber has been nurse Mrs. Mumma during ness. Bixel, See the new 1948 Bonus Built V jnnybrook Med. Size Grode "A", Bulk E S 55c DDAR CHEESE 59c KRAI CHE OLD ENGLISH ■SE........... 37c KRAI CRE lb. PIMENTO |M CHEESE ...X 23c KBAF 49c 10 CHE Ub: 32c I AMERICAN iSE aked Goods I 1 One Pound Loaf MARVEL ITE BREAD LOAF 3 16-OZ! ER FRESH JANE PAR DOHUTf............ JANE PARKER CAKE SPAHISH BAR .... JANE PARKER TOMATOES Packer's Label P. Here, There, and Everywhere has Mumma, sick list her bed is somewhat been on the confined to week. She helping her ill- Detroit Mrs. Gertrude Baldwin of was a week end guest of her daugh ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shehan and family in Mt. Cory. Mrs. Marion Hixon, south of town, was home a few days this week from her nursing duties in Findlay, will return to Findlay where she another case. She has the the Barnes Grocery is moving into storeroom recently vacated by Gamble store. Two new’ business places, a laundry and health clinic are being added to Bluffton. These tw’o are badly needed in this vicinity. A bakery also will be open soon. It will be located in the room form erly occupied by Barnes grocery. The Bluffton Clinic is located at 320 South Main Street. FORD TRUCK On display for the first time in our salesroom 5 Friday. January 16th See ti e many advantages in the new Ford trucks Bixel Motor Sales 131 Cherry slreet Phone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio idget and a long shopping list. Add a trip to an A&P Food Store, [ingo! you've a mighty pleased shopper with savings. Yes, shop at A&P. For A&P, by its direct methods of buying and selling btes many unnecessary expenses and the savings are shared ecipe for sure-fire savings! THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1948 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dunbar, south of town, entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshall of Beaverdam were called to Lima last week on account of the illness of the latter’s sister who underw-ent a major operation. Word been past Bluffton and has for the improved. A&P For Thrifty Grocery Buys! Day in, Day out. you can save money in your A&P. We eliminate many of the in between expenses and pass the resulting savings on to you. Compare quality, com pare price. Thun Shop at A&P........................ PURE GRANULATED SULTANA SUGAR “.^2.29 RED BEANS.......... ANN PAGE PL RE each JANE PARKER FRESH UN-ICED AHGEL FOOD RIHG 45c WHITE BREAD 16c FOOD STORES PEAS 13c No. 4 can EGG NOODLES...... RAKER MAID GRAHAM CRACKERS SULTANA PEANUT BUTTER SCNNYF1ELD FAMILY OR PASTRY FLOUR... NABISCO CHOCOLATE MALLOMARS ........ ANN PAGE ’X 17c 29c PORK & BEANS ....... ONLY Packer's Label 29c No. '4 cans received from John Hilty, a former resident of this place.. He is with his son Morris Hilty. in Southern California James Hilty moved from 320 So.. Main Street to the College trailer camp this week. He will be married, January 24 to Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kohler. Mr. and Mrs. Crites, Mt. Cory, selling out and expect to go to west coast. are the has Kenneth Wise of Mt. Cory gone to California where he will play piano in an orchestra. Mrs. Mary Deppler, south of Bluff ton, who has been a patient in Bluff ton Community hospital remains about the same. Nelson Basinger of Bluffton is al so a patient and has been for some? time. Costly Library The Library of Congress is tht largest and most costly library building in the world. The origins cost was nearly $7,000,000. 2tcans. 6-oz fit 29c 27c 31c 1-lb? bag 1-lb. ... Pkg. 1 lb. 25 £$1.89 .....’Vi 23c .... 2 *!.7. 25c /^/NOW ON fU*'? AT Lu-4 AAP SPAGHETTI Ann Page 21 31c P“K NUMAID Margarine 41c I n. ctn.