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PAGE FOUR
Sound
Advice
Tell th em Just what ypu
told me. And you il find
everything will be Ihlen
care of as you want ft.
People we have served have no hesitancy in
recommending us to their friends. 1 he readiness
with which one friend advises another to call
us has helped to establish the confidence the
community has in our service.
Seel our counsel
as freely as
it is oHered.
School days arc more tun**® JO
Red Goose Shoes!
styles... designed for comj^ablt^'
fit, plus long wear. See a pair today
’commended1
PARENTS’
MAGAZINE
Widths A.B.C.D
$5.50
SIT IN IT ThafsAUWe^k!
Don't take our word for it
»it in a La-Z-Boyl Feel how it
cradles every contour of your
body. Press back and relax at
any angle you desire. See how
smoothly it operates. Fully
guaranteed.
THE CHAIR
Of A
THOUSAND
POSITIONS
RECLINING
REPOSING RETIRING
108-110 S. Main Street
Bluffton. Ohio
FUNERAL HOME
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Widths B, C.
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Good Housekeeping
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anil OTHER LEASING PUBLICATIONS.
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Scientific Fitting a Specialty
Bluffton, Ohio
$
M'
74.
MOST COMKMIAMt CHAM
It i o delight to vse the reclining feature of
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angle you desire. That oil you do. When
you Mt erect, the bock re
turns to normal position
The beautiful model pic
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Known for Fine Furniture
115 W. Market Street
Lima, Ohio
3n ike
CkurckeA
EBENEZER MENNONITE
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Thursday—
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school, Phares Bixel,
8 P. M. Prayer and Bible study.
Supt.
1(1:30 Morning worship
Messages from the Book of Ro
mans, chapter 5, “Results of Justifi
cation.”
7:30 C. E. groups.
8:10 Farewell service for young
people
Speaker, Rev.
Mountain Lake, Minn.
leaving for Bible school
Landolene Amstutz,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
The Rev. E. N. Bigelow, Pastor
Rockport:
Morning worship, 9:30.
Church school, 10:30.
Lawrence Begg, Superintendent.
Bluffton:
Church school, 9:45.
Morning worship, 11:00.
Sermon: “Can We Get Too Much
Religion?”
Church school picnic which was
scheduled for Friday, August
has been indefinitely postponed.
The services of these churches
resumed this Sunday, August
All welcome.
Prayer meeting
7:30 Evening service.
Everyone is welcome.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Morning worship 10:30 a. m.
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
9:30 A. M. Church School
10:45 A. M. Morning Worship
Family Night will be observed by
the Men’s Brotherhood. See above
for details. Bring your family for
a real evening together on Thursday
evening.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor
9 A. M. Preaching by the pastor.
10 A. M. Sunday school.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
9:30 Sunday School, Carl Smucker,
Superintendent.
Classes for all ages.
10:30 Worship service.
If not in church elsewhere, wor
ship with us.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday School, 9:30, Robert Lug
inbuhl, superintendent.
Communion at 10:30 a. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
Subject: Christ Jesus.
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.
Reunions
The White reunion will be held at
Riverside park, Findlay,
Aug. 29.
Pres.,
White.
Sunday,
at noon.
Bernice
Basket dinner
Don White Sec.,
fourth annual Larue school
The
reunion will be held at Lafayette park,
Sunday, Aug. £9. Basket dinner.
Pres. W. R. Guthrie sec., Genevieve
Pugh.
SALES
STOCK
For rent—Bulls:
ford, Angus and Brown
Moser.
Shorthorn Here
Iwiss. Ira
tf
2
Bull service, $3 p&f cow plus 10
cents mile one way/ C. N. Long &
Son, Ada, Ohio. Ada phone Red
1270. tf
For sale—BrAn Swiss and Jersey
cow 5 years old, fresh. Walter Mont
gomery, Bluffton phone.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Clubs, CpdcfeS
and Societies
Richland Grange
First and second
Bridal Shower
by
Family Night will be observed
the Men’s Brotherhood on Thursday
evening of this week at 8 o’clock.
Bring your family with you. Rev.
Paul Graeser will be the guest speak
er. Many other things have been
planned on the program for you.
Plan to meet at St. John’s church on
Thursday evening.
The Girl’s Guild will meet at the
Clair Leiber home on Thursday
evening of this week at 8 o’clock.
All girls are cordially invited.
St. John’s:
9:30 a. m. Morning worship.
10:30 a. m. Church school
iegrees will be
conferred on a clas of candidates
at Richland grange nail next Tues
day night. Work wi 1 be put on by
1 Gilboa grange of
’utnam county.
Each family bring o pies.
Jitsu Tau Club
The Jitsu Tau clu will enjoy a
picnic at Buckeye 1 ike, Wednesday
night, Sept. 1 at 6 o clock.
Alpha Gamma Club
27,
are
29.
MISSIONARY CHURCH
Robert R. Welch, Minister
Wednesday—
8:00 Prayer Service
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school
10:30 Morning worship
7:00 Young People’s meeting
will enjoy a
Alpha Gamma ch
dinner party at the Congress cafe,
Lima, Friday night at 6:30 o’clock
to be followed by a heater party.
Orange Twp. Champs
Orange Townshi) Champs 4-H
club enjoyed a
night.
ay ride Tuesday
Double Shower
Miss Treva Geiger, Mesdames
Stella Huber and V rginia Augsbur
ger and Misses Florenee Griesser and
Hilda Bixel were hostesses at a linen
shower for Miss Be tty Edinger and
Miss Jean Diller at he home of Miss
Geiger, last Thursda y night.
A picnic supper was enjoyed on
the lawn preceding
gifts.
opening of the
Present were: Misses Elnora
Basinger, Alice Le'ds, Betty Zim
merly, Lillian Reic tenbach, Janice
Hoffman, Dorothy A mstutz, Marcene
Ransbottom, Clara Lora, Sophia
Augsburger, Berniee Zimmerman,
Harriet Amstutz,
Marie Kennel.
Cassie Diller,
Mesdames Rebecca Kinnnel, Betty
Cookson, Dorothy
Dillman.
aimer and Ella
Mrs. Raymond Ha nilton entertain
ed with a miscel aneous shower
honoring Mrs. Herbert Kempf, the
former Wilma Han
bride.
ilton, a recent
A color scheme of pink and green
was attractively car
decorations.
ried out in the
The evening was spent playing
games and contests with prizes go
ing to Mrs. Floyd Basinger, Mrs.
Melvin Williamson a id Miss Roberta
Klingler. Gifts wen presented in a
decorated child’s wa on.
A dessert course was served to
the following guest s: Misses Jean
FOR DELICIOUS PIES
JUMBO SIZE CRISP
GELATIH 3
SNIDER’S
CATSUP
BAKER MAID
CRISCO OR SPRY
Ann Klingler, Verna Kempf, Neva
Smith, Virginia and Roberta Kling
ler, Bluffton Kathryn Balmer, Mt.
Cory, Doris Jean Roether, Rawson.
Mesdames Bernard Stratton, Cecil
Walter
Walter
Flick, Carson Marshall,
Hamilton, Howard Benroth,
Benroth, Amos Klingler, Ed Kempf,
Wright Klingler, O. Holmes, Earl
Hamilton, Harry Anderson, Bluffton.
Mesdames Dwight Frantz, Lynn
Cuppies, John Cuppies, Mt. Cory
Floyd Basinger, Pandora, the honor
ed guest and hostess.
Regrets were sent by Marilyn
Flick.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township
The program:
Devotionals, Iona Marshall roll
call, children’^ sayings Queen of
Wonders, Clara Long Origin of
Labor Day, Cathryn Van Meter
Socialized Medicine, Lillian Ander
son When Baby Starts to School,
Myrl Warren Remembert he Cat,
Maude Thompson Mrs. Quiz Whiz
Makes aL iving, Cleah Ewing Im
proving the Dictionary, Margaret
Neff.
Men’s Garden Club
Members of the Allen County
Men’s Garden club and their wives
will be entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Herr, South
Lawn avenue, next Tuesday night.
In invitation to attend also has
been issued to members of the Bluff
ton Garden club and their husbands.
Program of the evening will include
showing of colored slides of flowers.
In event of rain the affair will be
held in the basement of St. John’s
Reformed church.
Garden-Fresh Produce Values Galore
Large, Juice Filled CALIFORNIA
LEMONS
WEALTHY APPLES....................
CALIFORNIA WHITE
SEEDLESS GRAPES KJ,..... ......... 2 33c
FINE FLAVOR MICHIGAN
COBBLER POTATOES................ ..... 15
HEAD LETTUCE........................
SWEET, FRAGRANT AND RIPE
CANTALOUPES ....... ..........
CALIFORNIA RED
MALAGA GRAPES ...........
LARGE SIZE
SUNSWEET PRUNES................. ......... 2 bS4ic
Michigan Hale Haven Bushel
PEACHES
ARMOUR'S STAR BRAND
Chopped Hom
55c
12 ox. can
ANN PAGE SPARKLE
19c
27c
COOKIES 72
DAILEY'S KOSHER STYLE
DILL PICKLES ... 2
39c
qta.
SHORTEHIHG 3 Al Si. 17
WHITEHOUSE
MILK
3 .iS 45c
BEECHNUT BRAND
BABY FOODS
STRAINED CHOPPED
6 ‘*2 63c 3 T?.2 39c
I- I —.........................................-I—
Class Reunion
of the Bluffton high
of 1921 and wives and
a reunion and
High School
Members
school class
husbands enjoyed
dinner at the Phoenix Inn, Findlay,
Saturday night.
Greetings bearing the signatures
of all present were sent to Mrs.
Frank Graham, missionary in Brazil,
South America. She was Miss Jean
Porter, a former teacher of the class.
Greetings were read from Mrs'.
Clova Baumgartner Demaine, of
Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Esther
Good Sharp of Lima, as well as brief
greetings from
the class unable
other members of
to attend.
Present were:
Mr. and Mrs.
and Ms. Edgar Anderson, Wm. Mes
singer, Lima Mr. and Mrs. Dari
G. M. Arnold, Mr.
PICK A WINNER
FOR DINNER
AT YOUR A&P!
39c
DOZEN
tig
Hess, Tiffin Mrs.
Middletown Mr. i
Kloetzley, Salem
Indianapolis Mr.
Huber, Hackensack,
63c
$2.98
ANGELUS
19c
BUY IN BULK FOB ECONOMY
PURE CIDER VINEGAR ....................
TASTE-TEMl’TING. THIRST-QUENCHING
FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE 12
FOB QUICK-FIX LUNCHES
PREU OR TREET...........
FANCY APPETITE-TEASING
GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS
DELICIOUS SILVER RIVER
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE ..
HOMESPUN ASSORTMENT
BURRY’S COOKIES
B. D.M organ,
and Mrs.
Francis
and Mrs.
:, N. J. Mr
The class presented a
Miss Sylvia Biederman,
in the children’s ward,
man, a rfi ember of the
unable to attend, being
vacation.
Farm
Women’s club will meet with Mrs.
Cleah Ewing, Thursday afternoon,
September 2.
August Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Archie
JANE PARKER TASTY
A. E.
leiger,
Joy
r. and
Mrs. Glen Huber, Col. Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, 1
Stultz, Findlay Mrs. E. C. Stauffer,
Mrs. Edgar Montgomery, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Conaway, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde W’arren, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Badert scher.
purse to
Bluffton
hospital superintendent, to be used
Miss Bieder
class, was
absent on
Diller an­
nounce the approaching marriage of
their daughter Jean to Russell
Suter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Suter of Pandora. The wedding will
take place Saturday evening at 7:30
o’clock in the Ebenezer Mennonite
church. The custom of open church
will be observed.
Nail Polish
Face Powder
JELLY COCOANUT
GOLD BAR CAKE
JANE PARKER SLICED
DELICIOUS WHOLESOME
Bakery Buys That Are Tasty Treats
CINNAMON BREAD... ....
MARVEL WHITE BREAD
HOT P~-S. ROLLS OR
■7^ .. ROLLS ./
JANE PARKER FRESH
CRISP POTATO CHIPS ..
HOME STYLE DOHUTS
TASTY FLAVORFUL
ECONOMICAL
F00DOST0RE
Dairy Delights Fresh and Wholesome
LOHGHORN CHEESE
FRESH COLBY
CREAM CHEESE .................
FINE FOR AU GRATIN DISHES
CHED-O-BIT CHEESE FOOD
WISCONSIN TANGY
LIMBURGER CHEESE
WILDMERE BUTTER
FOR FLAVOR AND ECONOMY
Buys for Your Pantry Shelf
SUREGOOD MARGARINE ...
I
... gal. 59c
12can
..'"'24
“il $3.60
THURSDAY, AUG. 26, 1948
We are moving out of town.
Our last day is September 11
CLOSING OUT SALE
Picnic Dinner
At Columbus Zoo
A picnic dinner was enjoyed last
Sunday at the zoo near Columbus
by a group of Bluffton persons.
Among those there were Mr. and
Mrs. Swan Stonehill, Charles and
Kent Stonehill, Mrs. Corda Ryan,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Martz and daugh
ter, Janet Ann Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Geiser and sons, Ronnie and John
nie Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewing and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ewing.
THOUSANDS
are changing to
DIXIE
mRRGflRinE
NOTICE
We are offering one half price on all retail
articles such as:
with the New
Polish Remover
Perfume
Creams of AH Types
Beautiful compacts of All Kinds
Come in and see our big offer which every one
will profit by.
Vcl's Beauty Box
Vel & Jim Martin
St's easy to choose praise-winning foods at
your A&P Food Store for it's cramful of
good things. Take our Produce Values for
example (and you'll want to taken plen
ty when you see 'em) from vitamin
packed vegetables to taste-tempting
fruits, everything is crisp and garden
fresh. Speaking of freshness—that's an
important "buy-word" at A&P. So is high
quality! Yet prices are surorUingly low.
Stop in today and see!
29c
each
19c
loaf
29c
20-oz.
loaves
16c
Pkg.
of 8
49c
12-oz.
bag
25c
Pkg.
of 8
ib
63c
.... ib
63c
2 b£ 99c
ib
67c
ib.
13c
ib.
29c
NEW LOW PRICE
MANHATTAN
SOAP CHIPS
5 bs- 69c
approx.
ANN PAGE PICKLING
23c
WHOLE SPICE .... K
NBC HONEY
GRAHAMS
“2. $2.76
BALL OR KERR
PINT JARS
47c
WOODBURY
FACIAL SOAP.
PINEAPPLE
JUICE
.■"'’J 29c
FAMILY OB PASTRY
FLOUR
39c
27c
65c
doa.
10c
33c
Sunnyfield ..^bag
$i‘55
DEL MAR
PORK AND BEAKS
5
29c
ox. CAM

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