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Churched
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday School, 9:30, Robert Lug
inbuhl, superintendent.
Communion at 10:30 a. m.
NO MORE GUESS
WORK!
ENNY.MEENY
MINEY, MO­
DO not have to
fftiess any more in buy
*ng my boy's clothes.
SAFETY LEGION
SAFETY to me in site,
color, workmanship
and wear”
I
Wrt’ G. Nelson, Wash.
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
GEIGER & DILLER
Bluffton, Ohio
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
There will be no worship servi
at Emmanuel’s church this Sunda
Members are encouraged to vis
Brotherhood of the ci
1 nursaay evening
it Emmanuel’s churc
St. John’s:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Church school
Rev. F. J. Batterson will supply
the pulpit on this Sunday.
The Brotherhood of the churches
will meet on Thursday evening of
this week at 8:00 o’clock at Em
manuel’s church. AU men of the
churches are invited.
Bring your Sales Tax Stamps with
you this Sunday.
Girl’s Guild is having a Bake Sale
at the C. F. Niswander Store on
Saturday of this week. Donations
will be appreciated. Kindly have all
donations at the above mentioned
place by 9:00 a. m.
We hope our people will be found
in the Sanctuary on the Lord’s Day.
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch, Minister
Wednesday—
8:00 Prayer Service
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
7:00 Young Peoples meeting
Prayer meeting in basement.
7:30 Evening sendee
Everyone is welcome.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
Butler Seed Wheat
This wheat is very highly recommended by the
Experiment Station. Our field is the only field in Allen or
Putnam Counties. It is looking good. It will be combined
within a day or two. Come and look it over.
We also have fields of the NEW HAWKEYE SOY
BEANS and AJAX OATS. These are both new and
superior varieties.
S. S. BIXEt & SONS
BLUFFTON, OHIO
Select Your Christmas Gift Now—
... stocks are larger—prices are lower
Our Lay-away Plan Makes Christmas
Shopping Easy.
HERE IT IS:
Choose your gift which will be laid away for you
and pay for it in installments as low as $2 weekly.
Wonderful gift selections including—
Electric Mixers Electric Blankets
Electric Washing Machines
Electric Ironers Radios
MR. DAIRYMAN: Now in stock. New Empire
Milker, a good one. Priced to sell at big saving.
Ellcnbergcr Bros.
Hotpoiiit Sales & Service
105 S. Main St. Bluffton
W CflBMA THEATRE ZE
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
SHIRLEY TEMPLE CARY GRANT
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The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer
SUNDAY MONDAY
.MICHAEL CURTIZ
OSCAR LEVANT S.Z.SAKAU. Forumo
k'*’ PIM
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
FRANK BUCK’S
BRING ’EM BACK ALIVE
and
Thunder Mountain
Western
D-*gS*»*
PRODUCrlON PRESENTED BY
CURJI2
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Subject: Truth.
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.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor ...
Thursday, 8:00 P. M.—
Prayer and Bible Study
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school, Phares Bixel,
Supt.
10:30 Morning worship
Expository sermons from the Book
of Romans.
7:30 C. E. Groups
8:10 Evening meetings.
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE
E. J. Shady, Pastor
Thursday—
8:00 P. M. Prayer meeting.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday School
C. I). Diller, superintendent.
10:30 Morning Worship
7:00 C. W. B. program
7:45 Evening service
Special notice The Youth for.
Christ Rally meeting for Saturday,
July 24, has been cancelled due to
the polio epidemic.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
Thursday:
8:15 Choir rehearsal
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday School, Carl Smucker,
Superintendent.
10:30 Worship service.
The Ohio-Indiana Youth Confer
ence scheduled at the Grace church,
Pandora, for Saturday and Sunday
has been postponed.
Tuesday, July 27, Men’s Brother
hood meeting at 7 o’clock.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
The Rev. E. N. Bigelow, Pastor
Rockport:
Morning worship 9:30
Church School 10:30
Mr. Lawrence Begg, Supt.
Bluffton:
Church School 9:45
Daniel J. Alspach, Supt.
Morning Worship 11:00
The Church School teachers will
meet Wednesday night at 8 p. m.
downstairs in the church.
Church picnic will be held on
Thursday, July 22 at 5 p. m., at the
Buckeye park (Spring street en
trance). Eat at 6:30. Games for
young and old. Motorboating. Each
family may bring a hot and a cold
dish, and sandwiches. This is for
the entire church, sponsored by the
Sunday School.
Sermon for Sunday: '‘The Man
Who Knocked At Midnight.”
Settlement
Reuben Burkholder, native of the
Settlement who has lived for many
years in Washington state arrived
here Friday night and expects to
make his home in this vicinity. He
recently sold his property in Wash
ington. He is a brother of Menno
and John Burkholder.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmunk and
daughter Mary Margaret of Toronto,
Ontario, Canada are spending this
week in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Kohli and other relatives.
Barbara Ann and Alta Roth of
Morton, Illinois were Sunday visitors
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Schneck and family.
Ideal weather during the past
week has enabled operators of com
bines to make rapid stride in
harvesting the wheat and oats fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Galen Basinger are
the happy parents of a baby girl
born to them Saturday at Bluffton
Community hospital.
Mrs. Russell Kidd was a visitor in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Basinger and daughter Tuesday
afternoon.
Rev. D. J. Unruh of Newton,
Kansas is to be the speaker at the
60th anniversary celebration at the
St. John church, Sunday, Aug. 22,
Rev. Unruh was a former pastor of
the St. John congregation.
Peter D. Geiger was brought to
his home from Lima where he had
been a patient at St. Rita’s hospital
for the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen and
son and daughter of Texas are here
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wenger and
Mr. Roland Flythe returned several
days ago from a two week trip to
Virginia.
Verena Schumacher who is em
ployed in Toledo spent Sunday with
her home folks.
Honey bees having Nosema disease
can fly only a few feet. Presence of
the disease is indicated if bees collect
on the ground near the hive.
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. Ada phone Red
1270. tf
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Here, There, and
Everywhere
sing plant of 1
Libby.
Miss Joan Brie
is spending sever
grandparents, Mi
Bricker in Michig
M. Otto, supe
Leipsic waterworl
Otto have returns
vacation trip in
Edson
redding
veiling,
hodist
RED
ripe
DELICIOUS sweet
First of New Pack
GREEN GIANT PEAS
Put
Mi
summer
the week
McJi s
din
and
ten
from
Mrs. Evelyn Pc
who sustained a
result of a fall i
is improving.
•k
Mr. and Mrs.
Cory’ announce
approaching mar
ter Betty Jean tc
of Mr. and Mrs.
Findlay. The
place Saturday
at the Gilboa Me
Hosafros of
will take
August 21
church.
Mrs. Clair Bowersox was recently
elected worthy matron of the Raw
son Eastern Star chaipter. Installa
tion ceremonies for Mrs. Bowersox
and other newly elect officers were
held at the Findlay
Saturday night.
Masonic temple,
Mrs. Cecil Oberholtzer of Benton
Ridge entertained the Afternoon
Country club at her home recently.
Mrs. Chas. Clymer, i former mem
ber described various species of fish
caught near her home in Florida.
Sixteen members wer e present. Mi’s.
Jesse Thompson assis.ted the hostess
in serving refreshments.
Mrs. May Foley of Rockport is on
a vacation trip to Shenandoah Vai
ley National Park.
Washington, D. C.
Virginia and
Theo. Nemire who is suffering
from complications 1 oilowing a fall
from a haymow at his farm near
Gilboa has been
Findlay hospital.
unoved to the
Two bass in one cast is the un
usual record made by Robt. Bormuth
of Dola fishing with Everett Crow
and Isaac Driscol o Dola at Mor
rison lake, near Coldwater, Mich.
Bob did not reveal
bass.
the size of his
Wedding of Miss IBarbara Bauman
and Robert Benton will take place
Sunday at St. Paiil’s Evangelical
church, Findlay. Miss Bauman’s
mother is the formei Clara Bauman,
daughter of Willard
Cory.
Kramer of Mt.
Mrs. Harold Baxter of Col. Grove
is Putnam county’s first adult polio
case. She is a
Memorial hospital.
itient in Lima
and Mrs. Edwin Steinei
Pandora.
The Ada elevator
more than 50,000 bush
Highest yield was 40
acre reoorted from the
the
Mrs.
plan
farm.
injury as the
home recently
ir Agner of Mt.
ngagement and
of their daugh
osafros, son
19c
17 oz. can
Red Sour
PITTED CHERRIES
WHY
Garden-Fresh Produce Values Galore
WATERMELONS 1.29
26 TO 28 LB. AVERAGE
JUICY LEMONS &
RIPE PEACHES
SWEET BIMG CHERRIES
WHITE POTATOES
APRICOTS Canning ..............
CALIFORNIA ORANGES
SUGAR SWEET PRUNES &
YELLOW ONIONS
CANTALOUPES 29c
JUMBO 27 SIZE
27c
Mo. 2 can
Pure Cider
BULK VINEGAR
35c
gallon
Light and Dark Brown or
CONFECTIONER SUGAR
12c
1 lb. pkg.
at Col
lining
of De
of his
Way
ing at
eks with
i Mrs.
Hutfn
Beaverdam
Clair Huber of Findlay was a
visitor of her mother, Mrs.
Mrs.
Friday
Clara Jennings.
Mrs. Carl Schmidt and family of
Perrysburg were guests the past week
of Mrs. Cynthia Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Giehart and
family of Lima were week end guests
of Mr, and Mrs. E. G.Giehart.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams and
son are visiting relatives in West Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eckenwiler and
family are guests of relatives at
Elyria.
Mrs. Doyl Larue and son Bill of
San Francisco, Calif., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Downey and
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sammes and sons
of Lima are spending the week in
Florida.
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Fauver, Mrs.
Elmer Long, Mrs. Wm. Younkman,
Mrs. Louis Baker and Miss Ruth Dur
kee are attending a school of Christ
ian Service at Lakeside this week.
Mrs. Catherine Bassitt is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Cynhtia Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones of Lan
sing, Mich., were past week visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bushey.
Mr. and Mrs. John Augsburger, Mr.
and Mrs. Wr. A. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Younkman, Bernard Gratz, Mrs.
Emma Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Ira La
rue, Mrs. Doyle Larue and son, Miss
Christine Baker and Mrs. Lenore Hul
linger were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and
daughters of Lima were Friday eve
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rupright
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Schoenberger at Upper Sandusky.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snodgrass and
son are spending the week in Michi
gan.
NORTHERN
ANN PAGE
SHOULD
YOUR FOOD COST MORE
EARLY IM THE WEEK?
6 to,
3
lbs.
lb.
lb.
bag
24-lb.
box
$2.98
.. 7 ,b- 63c
2 35c
... 3 ,u 39c
SALAD DRESSING
ANN PAGB
ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES
SURE-JELL..
TEX WAX ....
FIO
MEWTOMS...
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Clil
mily spent Sund.
attend
jveland
id Mrs.
id Mrs
wart and
with Mr.
id family.
Idren and
nd Mrs. Lee Coor
,’ith Mr. and Mrs
tr
Philip
Hiltv and
with Miss
lond, Ind.i
Mrs. Walton Aldefer and (laughter
Shirley, Mrs. Donavin Gratz and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Am
stutz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Stevens and family of San
dusky, O.
Mrs. Donald Cuppies and daughter
spent Monday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Miller and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin were
Sunday dinner and supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and
family.
Noah Hochstettler and Miss
Im bach were Sunday dinner
at the Amos Gerber home.
Kenneth Luginbuhl, who is
Mr.
Marie
guests
Mr.
working, for the Westinghouse Corp,
in Fairmont, W. Va., this month,
spent the week end with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son
were Friday eve callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. John Luginbuhl of
Marion and Ray Luginbuhl of Cleve
land spent the week end with Mrs.
I. J. Luginbuhl. Callers were Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Luginbuhl and family.
Past week callers at the Walter
Schaublin home were: Mr. and Mrs.
Wilford Gratz and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matter
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Core, Jr., and
son of Pandora.
Harold Amstutz is somewhat im
proved at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart and
daughter were Thursday eve supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart
and son. Evening callers were Mrs.
D. H. Strunk, Mrs. Arthur Miller and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Leiber and son Dwain. Mr. and Mrs.
John Hirshfield and grandson Jimmy
called Sunday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. P. D.
James and sons of Columbus.
East Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoonover
Bakery Buys
GOLD LAYER CAKE
NEW I.IHV PRICE!
HOME STYLE DONUTS
NEW LOW PRICE!
LADY FIMGERS
si.ickn
29c
45c
35c
85c
MARVEL WHITE BREAD
HOT HOG ROLLS OR
HAMBURGER ROLLS...
fresh and crisp
POTATO CHIPS
Dairy Delights
DOMESTIC
SWISS CHEESE
FRESH FULL
CREAM CHEESE
LONGHORN CHEESE
WILDMERE
BUTTER ..............
STEAM RENDERED
PURE LARD
SI RKCOOn
MARGARINE
Buys for Your Pantry Shelf
TOILET TISSUE -8c
pint
BALL OB KERB
8-oz.
12c JARS......... 33
... bot.
BALL ZINC
16-oz.
18c JAR CAPS
.. pkg.
CHEESE
7%-w.
.. pkg.
19c SMAX 2PU 29c
FOODGSTORE
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1948
of Kenton were supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Stager.
Miss Mae Lewis of Deland, Fla., is
spending a few weeks in the James
and Orren Zimme
nd Mrs. B.
Boutu
with
Mr. a
Byron
evening
Kimmel
mt Moi
nest
Ira
Mrs
Why should a Tuesday shoppe/ pay more
than a Saturday shopper? W/ agree with
you ... it just doesn't moke sense. We
believe that every shoppe/ is entitled to
the best possible food values EVERY day.
So we never juggle prices at A&P
Never mark a few things down once or
twice and make up for it by marking
other things up the rest of the week.
Instead, we keep ALL prices as low as we
can ALL the time. Result? ANY day is
a good day to shop and save at A&P.
Try it and see!
that are tasty treats
Kimmel, Mrs.
daughters Rene
Potts left Fri
ll Salem, Oregon,
of Findlay spent
Potts
Mrs
Faviann.
)me i
Mr.
,. Ruth Mertz
the i
Mary
?k end with her aunt Mrs.,
lager.
and Mrs. Robert Turner and
daugl
vacation in
Mr. and Mr
tertained Sunday July 11th with a
basket dinner. Guests were: Mrs.
Nick Mathewson and children of
Ada Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tippin.
and daughter Lynda and son Troy,.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Gallant, Mr. and.
Mrs. Galon Gallant of Findlay, Mr.
and Mrs. Ezra Heldman of Bucyrus
Mr. and Mrs. Eed W. Smith and
daughters Ann and Jane of Arling
ton Mr. and Mrs. Byron Boutwell
and son Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
on Boutwell and children Lynn, Lon
nie Sue and Ronda Kae of Bluffton*
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Boehm and
sons David, Stephen, John and Dan
ny,
and
Sandra are spending their
Crandon, Wisconsin.
B. J. Boutwell en-
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heldmai
Charles Heldman of Jenera.
Mayor’s Notice
Monthly collection of rubbish, etc.,,
will start next Monday noon. Have
everything in containers and placed
accessible to loading on the truck.
A. R. Baker,
Mayor
U. S._
lowest
Production of milk in the
during May, 1948, was the
for that month since 1941, but the
average production per cow reported
for the first of June was the highest
on record,
and previous culling
producers from herds
production per cow
number of cows on
was the lowest since 1939.
Good pasture conditions
of the poorer
helped set the
record. The
farms in Mayr
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WITH
Flavor
T----------
69c
25c
29c
29c
16c
49c
each
of 8
1-doz.
L’kg.
loaves
pkg.
of 8
pkg.
fresh and wholesome
75c
65c
65c
8Jc
27c
33c
ib
lb.
lb.
Pkg.
Kitchen Charm
WAX PAPER
22c
1S5 n. roll
Manhattan
SOAP CHIPS
5 ,bs- 75c
approx.
65c
27c
White Star Grated
TUNA FISH
c»“ 41c
Silver River
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE
29C
No. S can

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