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Fall Is Here- Get
Ready for Winter!
Buy now while available
Cole’s Fuel Oil
Burners
Electric Room
Heaters
G. E. Heat Pads
G. E. and Universal
Electric Blankets
In stock—Material for com
plete house wiring.
Nice selection of Lighting
Fixtures at Lower Prices.
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TELEVISION
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Immediate
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday School, 9:30, Robert Lug
inbuhl, superintendent.
Communion at 10:30 a. m.
Annual congregational meeting will
be held Thursday night at 8 o’clock
at which time church and Sunday
school officers will be elected for the
coming year. Refreshments.
Meeting for all parents, 8 p. m., ini
regard to the use of the New Cur
riculum in the home.
Bluffton:
p. m., by Roger Hauenstein and Nel
son Hauenstein. The public is wel
come.
Union church service, 7:30 p. m.,
in the St. John’s Evangelical and 'Rt?
formed church with Dr. Dirk (.}ate
poel, of Krefeld, Germany, as the
THE LAPE COMPANY
Nashua’s famous
guest preacher. I
Women’s Missionary Society meets!
on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 8 p. m. in the!
home of Mrs. John Warren.
This Sunday is World Wide
the ..
that truly deserves a home ...
gloriously colored, lighter weight,
easier to launder, and most important of all
—as warm as many blankets doubly priced!
And all because of a new heat-retaining process
that permanently twists *he rayon fibers
into a perfect blend with wool.
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and in shimmering colors or in pure White.
Come, see for yourseSf... or fill in this coupon.
*Guarantee: Your money back if mcL'.s
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4 JL
Size 72 by 90 inches
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The Lape Company
Thursday—
2:30 Ladies Prayer Hour
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday school
Com­|
munion. The Sacrament of the Lord’s!
Supper will be observed in bothl
churches. I
EBENEZER MENNONITE
Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Thursday—
.M i 8 p. m. Prayer and Bible study.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
The Re,. E. N. B.gele-, P.8tor 9.s0'Sanday Khw!, pharea
Rockport: I
Morning worship, 9:30. 10 30 Momi worship.
Church school, 10:30. Dirk
Lawrence Begg, Supenntendent
This is the starting Sunday for
using e ew urncu um. Icial speaker, Mr. Hal Reed of Lima.1 change of
Church school, 9:45.
Daniel J. Alspach, Superintendent.
This Sunday starts the use of the|nesday
^»Y evening.
New Curriculum.
Morning worship, 11:00.
Concert on organ and flute
Subject: Unreality.
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Mother Church, the First Church of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Pastor
Thursday—
7:15 The Choir rehearsal.
8:15 Prayer
study.
Friday—
7:00 Meeting
tion Committee.
8:00 Month]
Church Council.
Sunday—
9:30 Sunday
services.
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meets on Thursday evening of this!
week at Emmanuel’s church. All
men are urged to be present for the!
meeting. Mr, W’ard of Lima will!
be the guest speaker.
St. John's:
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9:30 A. M. Church School.
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10:45 A. M. Morning worship.
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Kindly note change in schedule of
services.
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served in the services on Sunday.
Private communion in the afternoon.
meets on Monday evening at 8 p. m.l
g^jl at the home of LaDonna Derringer.!
All members are cordially invited.
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Union Church services at St.
The supply of fats and oils is in
creasing so prices for animal and
vegetable fats are likely to be lower
in 1949 than they have been in 1948
but the price next year is expected
to remain above wartime ceilings.
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here-1
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira I
Moser. 1
Bull service, $3 wjf p^us
For .--ile—Week! Id male Jersey
color, etfible to register.
J. A. Warren, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Registered Duroc boar.
Edgar Huber, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Purebred Duroc spring
I bear. Walter Fleming, LaFayette,
I Ohio, S1^ miles south of Gratz cross-
For sale—Purebred Spotted Poland
China male hogs old enough for serv
ice. Harry Anderson, Bluffton phone.
For sate—Two saddle horses. E.
IM. Hilty, phone 595-T. Call after
|6 p. m.
the
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE MISSIONARY CHURCH
Kenneth Bauman, Pastor
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7:30 Bible study and prayer serv-1 Sunday—
ice, led by Mr. Treadway.
8:15 Council meeting.
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Eph.
10:30 Morning worship. Message,I 7:30 Evening service
“The Holy Spirit and You.” Eph.| Everyone is welcome.
1:13,14.
7:00 Young People’s service.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Catte-
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and Bible
ian Educa-
Chris
meetirig
of Krefeld, Germany, will
are always welcome.
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
V. C. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
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9:30 A. M. Morning worship.
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10:30 A. M. Church School
Private communion to be administer-1
led in the afternoon. I
Robert R. Welch, Minister
Wednesday—
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8:00 Prayer Service.
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10:30 Morning worship
7:00 Young People’s meeting
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Nelson Steiner, Superintendent.
Rally Day.
Morning worship 10:30 a. m.
World-wide Communion, reception
of members and baptism.
Spe-I Thursday,
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY I RILEY CREEK BAP1
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.
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Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed-1 Worship service 11
evening.
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The reading room at the church is! Message, “Cause and
open every Wednesday from 7:00 to
singing “Lead Me in
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7:80 p. m. The public is invited to I Evening service, 7:4
all services and to visit the reading! Singspiration with
room. I Quartet.’
Pandora
Mr. and Mrs. D.
GOLD MEDAL OR
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morning at 9:30 a. m.
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at 7:30 p. m. We hope all choir!
members will attend.
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Catechism instruction Saturday!
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BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
2:30
Ohio
Lay activities conference at
Bixeldp- m. at Lehr auditorium,
Northern university, ^da.
M. Y. F. 6:30 P. M.
p. m.
Union church service, 7:30
Family Church Fellowship Night
October 7. Notice this
date.
CHURCH
ii., Orin Zim-
Sunday school 10 a.
a. m. Choir
Thy Truth.”
Jure of Con-
p. m.
oul Winner’s
W. McCullough
have returned to their home after
spending several wet
Western states.
ks touring the
Mr. and Mrs. Y orrey Gaskins,
David Thrapp, Mrs. Anna Gaskins
and Mrs. Mayme A cLeod of Fort
Wayne, Ind., were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mr. H. M. Thrapp.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Suter and
daughter Ann, of W'aterville, Ohio,
I Mr. and Mrs. Cl
I sons, Robert, Jame?
school with classes I Miss Helen Rees
for all Carl Smucker, Supt. I Ohio, were Sunday
Bring a friend to Sunday school. IG Reese and Mbs
10:30 Worship service. I observance of Mrs.
We observe world-wide communion I birthday.
Sunday. I Pandora Grange
6:30 Intermediate Christian En- I Night on Tuesday,
deavor.
7:30 Union service at the
gelical-Reformed church. Di
Cattepoel
speak on religious condition in Eu
rope.
CARD OF
Evan
Dirk
expre
for
get-w
I wish to
appreciation
flowers and
those offering prayt
lery. Mrs. I
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served in the services on Sunday.
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rehearsal on Thursday evening of
this week at 7:30 o’clock.
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those sending
ards, and all
for my recov-
Badertscher
PANTRY SAVINGS
PILLSBURY FLOUR ... 26 1.89
ANN PAGE TEMPTING
CURRANT JELLY................ “£3lc
SvNMFIELD
PANCAKE FLOUR............. 5 ,£ 42c
UNSWEETENED
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GRAPEFRUIT JUICE........... 21c
DELICIOUS HOLSUM
PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCH....’£ 41c
LAKESIDE SUPREME
OYSTER CRACKERS........... $£ 27c
8CNNYFIELD REGULAR OR
QUICK ROLLED OATS....... 5„£5lc
8ULTANA UNPEELED
FLORIDA
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Gertrude Hoy Missionary Circle!
WHOLE APRICOTS............ S2lc
ANNIVERSARY
COOKIES ..................... K 59c
ORANGE JUICE......................... 27o
SWEET TENDER
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John’s on Sunday evening at 7:30.1
Rev. Dirk Cattepoel from Krefeld,!
|7| Germany, will speak. See details!
elsewhere in this issue.
Rajah
10
cents mile one waw CL ft Long &
I Son, Ada, Ohio. /Ads phone Red
1270. I 1 tf
IONA PEAS..................... 3 33c
TOMATO JUIOE 27c
STA-FLO. CONVENIENT
LIQUID STARCH......22c
\Valdorf
TOILET TISSUE
2
Whitehouse
Settlement
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
and Son Jonathan Peter
Delaware, are spending
visiting relatives here.
15c
roin
EVAPORATED MILK
3
44c
tall can*
SALAD DRESSING
55c
quart Jar
Swift's Household
2 25c
Soap Granules
PERK
24
35c
ox. box
Schumacher
of Milford,
two weeks
Mr. and Mrs. William Habegger
and family of Berne were Sunday
visitors in the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Emerson Basinger and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schneck
and family.
Christian Endeavor societies
Ebenezer congregation pre
"their Sunday evening pro
to the societies of St. John
The
of the
senteef*
grams
church.
Ebenezer congregation, preached fol
lowing the program.
Rev. Landes, pastor of the
Misses Lucille Stuckey and Betty
Habegger of Berne, Indiana, were
Sunday visitors in the Menno Schu
macher home.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ehresman of
Woodburn, Indiana, were visitors in
the home of her folks, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Steiner and sons.
Verena Schumacher who is em
ployed in the State Hospital in To
ledo spent Sunday at the home of
her folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Badertscher
were visitors in the home of their
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller
in Bucyrus a week ago Sunday.
Harvey Hilty is having their home
remodeled at present.
Rev. John T. Morris, evangelist,
spent the forepart of the week among
friends here.
Mrs. Leonard Suter who submitted
to a brain operation at Ann Arbor,
Michigan, recently was brought
home Sunday evening somewhat im
proved.
Mr. and Mrs. Donavin Diller have
recently moved into the upstairs
apartment of Mrs. Albert Burry in
Pandora.
Mennonite
speak next
church.
es Reese and
id Richard and
of Columbus,
ests of Mrs. J.
rriet Krohn, in
1. G. Reese’s
■Id Inspection
Cattepoel of the Krefeld
church,
Sunday
Dr. Dirk
Germany, will
at the
St. John
Miss
Jeanette
of Mrs.
The wedding of
Caroline Flora, daughter
Cashard Flora of Columbus and Ken
neth Diller will take place next Sun
day at the Broad Street Methodist
church in Columbus. The couple will
reside on the Diller homestead.
Notice
On and after September 21 I will
not be responsible for debts con
tracted by anyone other than myself.
Eli Schifferly,
319 N. Main St., Bluffton, Ohio
Angelas
SHORTS AND MIDDLINGS—
Ohio 4-H club members started a
total of 67,459 projects in 1948. State
club leader W. H. Palmer says this
was an increase of 8.5 per cent over
the 1947 total. Stark county club
sters with 1,506 projects head the
list, and Clark, Medina, Scioto,
Columbiana, Licking, Wayne, Hamil
ton, and Montgomery counties follow
in that order.
Less than five cows out of each
UDO in Ohio are tested for milk and
butterfat production, which means
that 95 per cent of the cows are fed
on faith that they will pay a profit
on the feed and on the labor of car
ing for the herd.
MARSHMALLOWS
MEW LOW PRICE!
3««•
mencan
Adventurers
By Eime Scott Watson
Morgan the Raider
p'EN. JOHN H. MORGAN had the
distinction of leading Confed
erate troops to the farthest point
north during the Civil war.
On June 11, 1863, his division ol
about 1,500 men crossed the Cum
berland and started north. After
several skirmishes with Union
troops, he reached the Ohio river
on July 7, captured two steam
boats, drove off 300 Federal militia
and two Federal gunboats, and
crossed into Indiana.
This brought him into the heart oi
enemy territory and his compara
tively small force was now pursued
by thousands of Feder?ls from the
Kentucky camps. Being cut off from
all sources of supply, all possibility
of aid and even of communication or
information, his further successes
are the more remarkable.
Descending on Corydon, he dis
persed 4,000 militia drawn up to
bar his way. Then he moved on to
Salem, where he tapped telegraph
lines and listened to the
ders to Federal troops
him.
pkf«.
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frantic or
to capture
on up the
From Salem he went
Ohio, destroying and burning, in an
attempt to cripple Union transpor
tation and deprive them of supplies.
After threatening Cincinnati, he
went around it and reached Camp
Shady where he destroyed many
Federal army wagons. He finished
his dash through Ohio with 25,000
Federal troops in close pursuit.
.Near Lisbon, Ohio, he was forced
to surrender to Maj. George W.
Rue. A monument now marks the
spot, commemorating July 26, 1863,
when the Confederate cavalier
reached the farthest northern point
during
the Civil war.
Western Newspaper Uglon.
ANNIVERSARY
/ijt'AKERy
Bib DOUBLE SIZB
POUND CAKE ...
25c
PEANUT BUTTER
JANE I'ABKER
POTATO MEAD
MARVEL HOT DOO OB
JANE PAKKR ORANGE
39c
1 lb. jar
CHEESE EOQD
45c
12 oz. can
THURSDAY, SEPT. 30* 194&
NOTICE TO CONTHACTORH
STATE OF OHIO
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
Columbus, Ohio. September 1&, 1948
Engineer of Sales Leral Copy No. 48 505
L’NIT PRICE CONTRACT
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the State Highway Director of Ohio,
at Columbus, Ohio, until 10:00 A. M.. Ohio
Standard Time, Friday, October 8, 1948. for
improvements in
Proposals Nos. 1 2 inclusive arc offered
as one project and will be awarded as one
contract.
Proposal No. 1
Putnam County.. Ohio, on Sections 3.18,.
3.87, 8.57 and 5.5(. State Route No. 17
Sugar Creek and Pleawint Townships,
applying a bituminous treatment,
Pavement: Width 18 feet.
SAVINGS
HAMBURGER ROLLS
MACAROON COOKIES
CINNAMOR
BREAKFAST LOAF....
DAIRY SAVINGS
FRESI^ TASTY
27c
LONGHORN CHEESE
BENCjl CVRED SHARP
CHEDDAR CHEESE ..
CHED-O-BIT...........
SOFT CREAMY WISCONSIN
LIMBURGER..........
ECONOMICAL MARGARINE
SUREGOOD...........
PRODUCE
"Z SAVINGS
YELLOW
ONIONS
10
CRANBERRIES-^29c
Sultana
35c
LB. MESH BAG
POTATOES 10 »aS39c
Heinz
25c
..eh
5«.
bag
49c
25c
2
for
19c
37c
each
2
1b.
box
pk, 15c
by
Item T-32.
3.60 miles.
Length 19.008 feet or
Proposal No. 2
0.82, State
Allen County. Ohio, on Section __
Route No. 12, in Monroe Township, by ap
plying' a bituminous treatment, feem T-32.
Pavement: Width 18 feet.
Length feet er 4.41 miiee.
estimated
Total estimated cost. ........... .J20.440 00
Propoeals Noa. 1 'to ^inclusive of this
later than
project to be completzstlf
October 31. 194§. fx
The minimum wage to
employed on thin J*ntiactA
•nee with the mouny
Wage Rates and Determined by
The Departmenlfar Industrial Relations ap
plicable to State Highway Department Im
provement in accordance with Sections 17-3.
17-4, 17-4a, 1Z-5 and K-5a of the Generai’
Code of Ohio".
use ti‘ aU labor
be in eecord
WvailinR Hourly
The bidder must submit with his bid a
certified check in the amount equal to five
liercent of the estimated cost, but in no event
more than ten thousand .dal 1 ar?.
Plans and spec!Iteationi Are on-file 4n the
department of highways and the office of
Yhe resident district depifty director.
The director reserves the right to reject
any and all bids,
EARL L. REED. State Highway Bfrector. 24’
Mayor’s Notice
Burning of rubbish or leaves is
forbidden on Bluffton’s streets sur
faced with asphaltic concrete or oth
er hard surface streets in the town.
This practice damages the surfacing
materials and greatly shortens the
life of the pavement. Please cooper
ate in
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our program for better streets.
A. R. Baker, Mayor
CARD OF THANKS.
We
wish to express our sincere
thanks to all oui- friends, neighbors
and relatives for their expressions
of sympathy and the beautiful floral
offerings during the departure of our
loved one. Special thanks are ex
tended to Rev. E. G. Steiner, Rev.
L. D. Fauver, Waltpr Treadway and
the Diller funeral home.
Mrs. David Zimmerman & Children
Brothers & Sisters
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