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3n T)ke
Churched
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
CHURCHES
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Enunanuel’s:
9:30 A. M. Church School
10:45 A. M. Morning Worship
The fourth in our series of Lenten
services will be held Wednesday
evening of this week at 8 o’clock.
We invite all church members and
friends to these services.
The choir of the church will meet
for rehearsal on Thursdi
of this week at 8 o’clock,.
members attend.
members
ices.
Choir of the church will meet im
mediately following the service on
Thursday evening.
Consistory of the church will meet
immediately following the service on
Thursday evening.
Catechism Instruction Saturday
morning at 9:30 a. m.
Union services at St. John’s church
on Sunday evening at 7:30. The film,
“Beyond Our Own,” will be shown.
This is a fine picture and all will
want to see it. Come and bring
your friends.
The Girl’s Guild will meet Mon
day, March 8, at 7:30 p. m. in the
home of Mrs. Richard Mericle. Lead
er, Mary Balmer. All girls invited.
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch, Pastor
Wednesday—
7:30 Prayer service
Thursday—
7:30 Women’s Missionary Workers
meeting in the home of Mrs. Strat
ton. '»****«.•
Sunday— v
FIRST
Thursday
lay evening
All choir
Saturday
Catechism instruction
morning at 9:30 A. M.
Union church services at
church Sunday night at 7
The film “Beyond Our Own'
shown.
St. John’s:
9:30 A. M. Morning Worship
10:30 A. M. Church School
St. John’s
:30 p.
will
rn.
be
Ladies Aid will meet at the home
Of Mrs. A. D. Gratz Thursday after
noon of this week at 2 o’clock. All
ladies are invited to attend.
The fourth in our series of Lenten
services will be held Thursday even
ing at 7:30. We invite all church
to these serv-
a,
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
6:30 Prayer service
7:00 Young People’s Meeting.
Children’s meeting in basement.
7:30 Evening service.
Everyone is welcome.
Deputies from the office of the Allen County Auditor
will be at the Citizens National Bank, Bluffton, Ohi
day and Wednesday March 9 and 10 to assist taxp
the preparing of returns of personal and classifi
and to receive collections for same. Books will
March 31.
108-10 S. MAIN STREET
BLUFFTON, OHIO
RUSSELL HIRE, Allen County
This Spring
I Wise
Living Room Suites
Bed Room Suites
Breakfast Sets
SNONITE CHURCH
Stnucker, Pastor
Bible Study “His Last Week,’’
8:00 Meeti
chool
Junior and Intermediate C. I
6:30
7:30 Evenin
John’s Evang
church. The i
Our Own,” will be shown.
All are welcomes to these various
services.
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE
E. J. Shady, Pastor
Thursday—
Prayer meeting group is urged
9 12 all wool face Glamorug
Hand Rubbed Drop leaf Tables
Walnut and Mahogany Finish
to
attend the meetings at the Ebenezer
church, therefore, no meeting in the
church Thursday night.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday School. C. D. Diller,
Supt.
10:30 Morning worship
7:00 p. m. C. W. B. programs
7:45 Evening service.
All day missionary meeting in the
church Thursday. Pot luck dinner
will be served at the noon hour.
All members are urged to attend
the Tri-County Evangelistic cam
paign which begins Monday evening
in the College gymnasium. Details
elsewhere in this paper.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
The Rev. E. N. Bigelow, Pastor
Rockport:
Morning Worship 9:30
Church School 10:30
Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt.
Lenten service 7:30
Moving picture, “Beyond
Own.”
Church School 9:45
Mr. Gayion Thomas, Supt.
Morning Worship 11:00
Communicants Class, 2 p.
the pastor’s home.
Taxpayer’s Notice
8
Our
The Women’s Missionary Society
meets on Wednesday, March 10, 2
p. m., at the home of Mrs. W’alter
E. Marshall.
Bluffton:
in
m.,
The Women’s Missionary Society
meets on Tuesday, March 9, 2:30
p. m. at the home of Mrs. N. W.
Cunningham.
Sermon for Sunday: “Thirty Pieces
of Silver”
All welcome to these services.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 A. M.
7:30 p. m., Christian Hope in Time
of Need.
Tues
ers in
taxes
lose on
uditor
Shop and Save at Armstrong's
Table Lamps $4.95 up
Crosley Refrigerators and Marion Electric Stoves for
immediate delivery.
Be Sure To Stop In For All Your Home Furnishings
Armstrong's
KNOWN FOR FINE FURNITURE"
CE SOCIETY
10:30 a. m.
iject: Man.
timonial
at
?n every Wednesda
10 p. m. The publ
services and to vi
Mother Church, the
Carl Smucker,
ages.
and Reformed
invited to
branch of The
First Church of
EBENEZER MENNONITE
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
Annual Bible Conference will con
tinue each evening at 8 o’clock dur
ing the week. Speaker,
Dick, Omaha, Nebraska.
Thursday—
2:00 P. M., Women’s
society will hold their monthly meet
ing. Speaker, Mrs. S. T. Moyer.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school, Phares Bixel,
Supt.
10:30 Morning worship
Rev. John
Missionary
I
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 A. M.
Morning worship 10:30 A. M.
Method^ \outh Fellowship 6.30 Bluffton area,
P. M,
Bluffton Youth Fellowship 8:30 to
10 P. M.
Choir practices—
Junior choir, Friday after school
Official Board meeting Thursday,
p. m. Important meeting.
Church membership class Monday
after school.
“Your church and your Christ calls father
jrou to worship. _________ I jjUgO Sdil
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
Moser. tf
Bull service, $3 per cow plus 10
cents mile one way. C. N. Long &
Son, Ada, Ohio.
1270.
China male hogs, all im
Hiram M. Kohli.
CARD OF THANKS
The
Band Mothers association
to thank the business men,
wishes
the high school faculty and all
those donating and taking part in
the basketball game Tuesday night.
Band Mothers Ass’n.
Visual Screening
The visual screening of 76 men in
one Massachusetts plant revealed 60
per cent in need of visual correc-
$139.50 up
$139.50 up
$49.75 up
$29.95
$89.75
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
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ert Timmons, I
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Paul Smith, Vanh
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Findlay, and Mr.
troit.
Ada phone Red|jay «n Fostoria. Burial was
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For sale—Two
bulls also week
eligible for registry. M. E. Emerick I
& Sons, Beaverdam phone 356. 461
yearling Ayrshire
old bull calf, all I
For sale—Registered chin-chinl
rabbits: 3 does and one buck. J. M.l
Montgomery, 2 miles north and I
mile east on county line.
Farmers—Are you short on feedl
i for your cows Why not buy ourl
complete 16% or 20% Master Mix!
I
Dairy Feeds. Get our price in tonl
lots. We also have complete pig
and hog feeds, egg mash, chick
starter, Master Mix dogburger and
semi-solid buttermilk for poultry and
hogs, etc. It will pay you to stop
in at the Master Feed Mill, rear of
Jorg hatchery. 47
For sale—Several good Spotted]
Poland
muned.
Spearheads Evangelistic Drive
7:30 Evening meeting. I who heads the two weeks’ Tri-County Union Evangelistic campaign to open
Rev. Dick will speak at each serv-l -n g|uff(on nexj Monday night in the Bluffton college gymnasium at 7:30.
ice. I
Bluffton Native
Dies At Fremont
day afternoon in
Dr. Robert J. Wells, nationally known evangelist, author and editor
tmont Memorial ter
hospital from heart disease, follow- son of Mi s. Ethel Mathews of Tam
ing surgery.
Daughter of Samuel I. and Sally
Ann (Huber) Swan •v. she was born ington, K y., on Saturday, February
at Bluffton on Jan.
1889, and mar-
1912 ipton
They a
Mrs. Lewis Rice,
Meinerdino,
a Roush, De-
Funeral services were held
Tues
in the
Rluff-
Pleasant Hill'cemetery, near
I
Dairy Industry
Milk, cream, butter, cheese, ice
cream and other dairy products cre
ate an output valued at approxi
mately seven billion dollars.
PEANUT BUTTER
PORK & BEANS
Bluffton Girl Is
Wed In Kentucky
Oven-Fresh Jane Parker
Blot Cross Buns
When freshness fades, flavor fades. That’s why
these fluffy, feather-light buns are rushed to your
A&P right from the oven every day during Lent.
(One reason they’re the hit of the season!)
FRESH, ORANGE ICED
MARVEL WHITE
ANN PAGE MACARONI OK
and Mrs. R. E. Griffith an
the marriage of their daugh-
Mr.
native
nounce
Ellen to Donald J. Mathews,
pa, Fl
The
jric
ceremony took place in Cov-
28. at 2 :(J 0 o’clock with Rev. Arthur
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BREAD 18c
FOUR VARIETIES
COFFEE CAKES „ch 19c
CHOCOLATE OR VANILLA ICED
DONUTS
12c
l-lb.
box
39c
CC
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59c
2
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111
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FRESH CUBAN
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33c
OLD VIRGINIA PAAS SOAP GRANULES SUNBRITE
Students Teaching
In Local Schools
Thirteen Bluffton College students
preparing to teach are now engaged
in student teaching in the
public schools. The system is super
vised by the regular school teachers
Each prospective teacher is pre
pared for his career by receiving a
period of practical application of the
teaching procedures previously learn
ed.
At present Marie Smith is teach
ing algebra Elizabeth Waterstraw,
Arlene Hartzler and Roberta Manges,
music Herb Klassen, biology Rus
sell Stewart, chemistry Howard
Krehbiel, art Vera Sprunger, re
ligious education, and David Rosen
berger, world history.
Crowd Fills Gym For
Stage, Screen Show
It was a happy, good natured
crowd that packed the high school
gymnasium last Friday night as
rain poured outside, when C. F. Nis
wander, Bluffton farm implement
dealer entertained friends and pa
trons at a “Family Night’’ program.
For more than two hours the
crowd enjoyed a varied program by
professional entertainers of jokes,
old-time and popular music, yodeling
and comedy.
A feature of the program was the
appearance of the Bluffton college
quartet in several novelty numbers.
Members of the quartet are Dean
Niswander, James Hily, Alfred Dil
ler and Roger Howe with Claren
Sommer at the piano.
Collegians To Serve
For Forensic Judges
Three Bluffton College students
have been asked to judge at the Na
tional Forensic League contest to be
held in Columbus on March 5 and 6.
Betty Meyer, Alice Oyer, and Rich
ard Alderfer served as judges at the
contest last year and have been
asked to serve again this year.
High school students from all over
this area of the country compete in
this event each year.. Last year the
contest was held on the Bluffton
campus.
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Couple Marks 53rd
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circle! of friends.
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oats $1.10 soys $3.30.
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Eggs—Large white
brown 47c.
Butterfat—79c.
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