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as seen in LIFE There’s a chance for poverty, but w hy take it when it is so easy to provide those dol lars today The Northwestern Way for yourself and family. The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. Ladies Come i n and see the new featherweight dress Health Spot. P. S. We will take absolutely free a Pedo graph foot print of your stockinged feet, showing your foot condition. A. C. Burcky—Local Representative Geiger & Diller ... have tuhaf Dad u ants facet's Da'i is JunelOlh shirts tes,p»iomai' 1 I Cresco Sport Jackets Portis Straw Hats Gulfstream Slacks Rugby Swim Trunks Botany Ties Swank Jewelry & Selts Holeproof Sock Go farther with Father in our big selection of gifts. DO YOUR FEET HURT? $ I I 3n Z)ke Churched EVANG ELICAL MENNONITE E. J. Shady, Pastor Thursday— 8:00 P. M. Prayer meeting. Sunday-— 9:30 Sunday School, C. D. Diller, 10:30 Morning Worship Rev. .Jacobson, of Pandora, will be guest speaker. 7 P. M. C. W. B. programs 7:45 Evening service Rev. Jacobson will show pictures of his work in China. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor Thursday: 7:30 Bible study, Hebrews 11 8:15 Choir rehearsal Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school, under the supervision of Mr. Carl Smucker. 10.30 Worship service 7:30 Evening service reports from the recent Middle District Conference by the delegates. Visitors are always welcome. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Paul II. Cramer, Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Thursday—2 p. m., Dr. and Mrs. Hollister, missionaries from China will speak at Grace church, Lima and 7:30 p. m. at St. Marks. Wednesday—2 p. m. Officers of W. S. C. S. will meet at home of Mrs. Chas. Steiner. Friday—Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Sunday, June 20—Annual District M. Y. F. Spring Convention at Relle Center. Registration begins 1:45 p. m. Dedication of Youth Camp at 4:30 .m. Young people, parents and friends are invited to the dedication. Don’t forget our church soft ball team every Monday 6:15 p. m. at Harmon field. We need more players and rooters. STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Slorthom Here ford, Angus and Broken Swiss. Ira Moser. tf Bull service, $3 ptr cow plus 10 cents mile one way.? C. N. Long & Son, Ada, Ohio. Ada phone Red 1270. I 'Ifau GAe. itukUed ta cmw Friday and Saturday, June 25 and 26 from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and consult Mr. Allen Burchfield foot com fort specialist and special representative of the Health Spot Shoe Company. Free Advice to All Foot Sufferers— Come in there is no obligation Mr. Burchfield will analyze your foot troubles and advise regarding the proper shoe. Health Spot shoes are con structed with proven new ideas to give your feet protection balance and comfort. W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store Scientific Fitting A Specialty Bluffton, Ohio THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO tf Found—Stray req male hog, wt. about 300 lbs. Joh$ Habegger, west I of Bluffton. For sale—Frtssh jersey cow. L. E. Cook, 1 lUjle Most of Beaverdam. For sale,vtM ^Guernsey heifers, one witfi calp-by side, one vaccinated. Wade .\iVsnurgeq m’les south west of Mluffton. iPhone 586-W. For sale—Guernsey cow and Guernsey-Jersey cow fresh soon. Edgar Herr, Bentley road. Phone 641-Y. For sale—Riding horse and equip ment. C. E. Anspach, Lafayette. For sale—15 pigs 10 weeks old. Mrs. Amos Lugibihl, Bluffton phone 548-T. ta out PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES The Rev. E. N. Bigelow, Pastor Bluffton: Church School 9:45 Daniel J. Alspach, Supt. Morning Worship 11:00 Rockport: Morning worship 9:30 Church School 10:30 Mr. Lawrence Begg Supt. The Rockport Community Daily Vacation Bible school is in session every morning, 9 to :30, this week and next, with classes for all child ren of the community from 4 to 14. The school is sponsoi•ed jointly by the Methodist and churches. Jerusalem Churc nounces 21 year Richard D. Kerr as speaker Sum Services 10 a. Song servic Dickey of Ne old. Presbyterian Sunday’s sermon is the second on baptism: “God’s Cover People.” lant With His JERUSALEM CHURCH OF CHRIST Christ an Evangelist kport, Ill., 2:30 p. m. by Harold EVANGELICAL & REFORMED V. C. Oppermann Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Church school The Girl’s Guild wi meet at the home of Carolyn Moser on Thursday evening of this week at 8 o’clock. All girls are invited to attend. The Cornelia Miss ionary Circle will meet at the horne of Mrs. Ge neva Fett on Monday evening at 8 o’clock. All ladies ar vited. St. John’s: e cordially in- 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship 8:00 p. m. Children’s .lay program. The choir will meet on Thursday evening for rehearsal it 8:00 o’clock. Children’s Day rehearsal on Wea nesday and Friday e’kening of this week at 7:30 p. m. A to attend the rehearsa 11 children try The Edith Lahr Mi ssionary Circle will meet at the horn e of Mrs. Lil lian Dunifon on Thu rsday evening of this week at 8 o’clc«?k. of the society are im All ladies ited. The Children’s Day program will be held on Sunday ex•ening at 8:00 o’clock. The theme is “We’ve A Story to Tell.” A s will be received. pecial offering The Girl’s Guild wil meet on Mon day evening at 7:30 m. Place to be announced later. We welcome you to services of our churc worship in the KAISER FRAZER CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Is the Universe, Includ ing Man, Evolved by Atomic Force? Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening. The reading room at the church is open every Wednesday from 7:00 to 7:30 p. m. The public is invited to all services and to visit the reading room. This society is a branch of The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor 9 a. m. Preaching. 10 a. m. Sunday school. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Children’s Day exercises will fol low the Sunday School period. Communion 10:45 a. m. Rev. Foltz of Lima will preach. EBENEZER MENNONITE (Two miles west of Bluffton) Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor Thursday, 8:00 P. M.— Prayer and Bible Study Rehearsal of the Mixed Chorus. Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school, Phares Bixel, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship 7:30 Musical program by the Men’s Chorus of Dalton, Ohio. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Minister Wednesday— 8:00 Prayer service Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning •worship 6:30 Prayer service 7:00 Young Peoples Meeting. Children’s .meeting in basement. 7:30 Evening Sendee Everyone is welcome. The cheapest way of improving Ohio woodlots is to keep livestock out of them so new tree growth can become established. Part of the northern quarantine liije in Mexico’s foot and mouth disease area has been moved further from the U. S. border, by as much as 40 miles in some places. Inspec tion of the released area by veterin arians disclosed freedom from the livestock disease and from any evid ence of its having existed there previously. A U. S. laboratory for foot and mouth disease research will be set up on an island. Mon roe Burkholders received an I old fashioned belling. Albert Bixler is at Camp Sher man. Jacob Schnegg was awarded the prize for the best cock bird in the State at the Internationa] Leghorn Show at Columbus Willis Schumacher was home Sun day from Camp Sherman. Will Baumgartner will move to the Pearl Clymer farm near the Cly mer church. He will take care of the cemetery this summer. Miss Edith Triplehorn has ac cepted a position in the Van Wert schools. Andrew Kohli had his right foot amputated at the Sanitarium. His friends remembered his birthday with a postal card shower. Harvey Beidler is stationed at Camp Sherman. He is detailed for duty at the camp heating plant. In honor of their 46th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Romey entertained at their home on South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Romey and family of Mt. Blanchard were among the many present. Lloyd Stettler left for Drumright, Okla., to resume his work in the oil fields. B. D. Smucker has finished his teaching at the college and will take up field work in Indiana in the in terest of the institution. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ridge moved to Wapakoneta. He will be farm agent for. Auglaize county. Ed Marquart and family have moved from theii- farm near Rockport to their home in Bluffton. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gratz met at the John Badertscher home and gave them a farewell shower before leaving for their new home in Parma, Mo. C. O. Lehman of West Liberty at tended the high school basketball tourney here at the college gym. Thirteen teams sought central Ohio championship honors. Lafayette and Lima were contenders for the cham pionship with the Lima lads winning the bacon 50 to 18. Dr. J. S. Steiner has been called to the army for hospital service. Clayton Welty and Arthur Amstutz are in France. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Long have moved to the Ed Battles farm. Ira Slusser and amily have moved to the Jess Stratton farm. Mr. and KAISER-FRAZER BUILDS ITS QUARTER-MILLIONTH CAR Shattering All Records with the Most-Copied Cars in America! 250,000 CARS IN TWO YEARS! BLUFFTON MOTOR SALES North Main & Jefferson Sts. Bluffton, Ohio NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF MARCH 14, 1918 THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 194S Mrs. Godfrey Bigler will move to a residence on Jackson street. Neighbors of Albert Garmatter •fathered at his home to help him celebrate his birthday. Inspiration usually comes after much hard, uninspirational work. 0 80Y. WHAT v A FIT! LL 0 iF ETY Legion Togs fit each boy a* if nlal- to order." Mr.- H. 'i- CS REGION TOCS I SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY GEIGER & DILLER Bluffton, Ohio If You VJish to Buy or Sell JAnything in Real Eslate Let Us Hi lp You. A. D. GWI1TZ, Broker 129 S Lawn Ave. Ph ne 468-Y FROM 7 CARS IN JUNE ’46 ...TO 21,000 CARS TO BE BUILT IN JUNE '48! still the newest cars on the road!