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It’s o see how easily /ou into prettier id give just the int of control, rstraint. Small, ge for junior to suggest that a subscription to the Bluffton News will make an ideal Christmas gift it’s only $2.50 for a whole year, anywhere in the U. S. An attractive Christmas card supplied with each gift subscription. Also money-saving Magazine clubs. Jn Z)he Ckurchei FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 10:30 a. m. Handwork school for Primary and Juniors 10:30 a. ni. M. Y. F. 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship 8:30 p. m. Recreation. Booth Festival meeting, Friday, Nov. 26 at 3:30 p. m., Shawnee. M. Y. F. members are planning to attend. Methodist Men meet Tuesday, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p. m. Pot luck supper and program. Men make your plans now to attend. EVANGELICAL & REFORMED V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 10:30 A. M. Church School The choir will not meet for re hearsal this week. The Brotherhood of the churches will meet on Friday evening of this week at 8:00 at Emmanuel’s church. A special program has been prepar ed for all the men. Come one and come all! Catechism Saturday at 9:30 A. M. Union Thanksgiving services at Mennonite church Thursday morning at 9:30 A. M. St. John’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School. 10:45 A. M. Morning Worship Union Thanksgiving services will be held on Thursday morning at 9:30 at the Mennonite church. Plan to worship in this service. No choir rehearsal this week. Catechism Saturday morning at 9:30 A. M. The Brotherhood of the churches will meet on Friday evening of this week at 8:00 at Emmanuel’s church. We want all our men to take a greater interest in attending these meetings. May we count on you? The Bluffton Youth Fellowship will meet on Sunday evening from 8:30-10:00 at the Methodist church. All High school and College youth are cordially invited. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Minister Thursday, Thanksgiving Day— 9:30 A. M. Union Service, with sermon by Rev. V. C. Oppermann Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school with classes for all Carl Smucker, Supt. 10:30 The Worship Service: Rev. I. W. Bauman will occupy the pulpit. 7:30 The Evening service: The Men’s Gospel Team of the College will present the program. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Thanksgiving Day service at 9:30 o’clock. Subject of the lesson serm on will be “Thanksgiving.” The lesson sermon is composed of citations from the Bible, and correla tive passages from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.” by Mary Baker Eddy. Testimonies appropriate to the oc casion will be given by Christian Scientists in the congregation. Ex pressions of gratitude for healings and benefits received during the year will fill the time given to this part of the service. Similar services in observance of Thanksgiving Day are held by The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachu setts, and its branches throughout the United States. Sunday services at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Ancient and Modem Ne cromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hyp notism, Denounced. 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 Ths Mother Church, the First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO EVANGELICAL MENNONITE Kenneth Bauman, Pastor Thursday— 7:30 Prayer meeting. Kenneth Bau man will be in charge. Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship 7:00 Young People’s meeting. 7:45 Evening worship service. There will be a chalk talk given in the evening service, as the mess age by Miss Mary Gallagher. EBENEZER MENNONITE (Two miles west of Bluffton) Rev. Howard T. Landes, Pastor Thursday— 10 A. M. Thanksgiving service Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school, Phares Bixel, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship. Baptism and Reception of new members. Observance of the Lord’s Supper. Offering for Rev. and Mrs. E'zra Steiner. 7:30 C. E. programs. 8:10 Evening service. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Rockport: Morning worship, 9:30. Church school, 10:30. Lawrence Begg, Superintendent. Bluffton: Church school, 9:45. Daniel J. Alspach, Superintendent. Morning worship, 11:00. Guest preacher: Rev. Wm. Rex of Defiance. LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. V. T. Monk. Pastor 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:30, Robert Lug inbuhl, superintendent. Communion at 10:30 a. m. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch. Minister Each night this week except Satur day at 7:30 p. m. Rev. E. F. Clouser will be speaking. Come and enjoy the inspirational preaching and sing ing. Sunday— 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Rev. E. F. Clauser 7:00 Prayer meeting in basement 7:30 Rev. E. F. Clauser Everyone is welcome. Settlement Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hilty, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schwitzer, granddaugh ters, Sandra and Jackie, Mrs. Al bert Hilty and Mrs. Albert Burry were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bixel. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zimmerman, Paul Ivan, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Zimmerman and children, Donald Lynn and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Zimmerman, Jr. and daughter, Mary Ann, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Kohli, daughter Candace, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Reichenbach, Larry and Carole and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reichenbach were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach. Gerald Miller, student in Bluffton college, was a week end visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Miller and family. Quite a number from the com munity are expecting to attend the International Live Stock Exposi tion in Chicago next week. Mrs. Edna Schumacher and son, Chauncey visited relatives in Wayne county last Sunday. Peter Geiger passed away Satur day evening after several months illness. Funeral services were con ducted at the Basinger funeral home Tuesday afternoon. Rev. John Steiner of Lima, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Steiner and family of Sterling were week end visitors in the home of Mrs. Peter C. Steiner and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Geiger and family, Mrs. Cleophas Neuenschwander, who has for some time been at home with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bixler, is now at home with her sister, Mrs. John SchUfilacher and daughter Gladys. Mrs. Bixler is at present quite ill. Announcement has been made of the coming marriage of Miss Mari lyn Waltz and Ralph Shoemaker. Mary Steiner who has spent some time in Los Angeles, Calif., is spend ing several days with relatives here. Rabbits, like birds, are spotty in the area this year. The rabbit season will continue until Dec. 18. STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf Bull service, $3 per cow plus 10 rents mile one way. C. N. Unp & Son, Ada, Ohio. Ada phdtK Red 1270. I f// tf For sale—50 good ipl^' P/irkhold er Bros. mile jparc anj 1 mile south of Beaverda^/ For sale—Berkshire ma/e hog 18 months old also 4 male mips. Philip Marquart. For sale—60 pigs doul/e immuned. Floyd Wood, P.a miles West of Ada, For sale-—Extra pfwd Spotted Poland China .male hog/ one yeac old. Vance Weaver, Reav‘rdam phone 175-432. A n organization o Bluffton women to make surgical dressings for cancer cases will begin opera tion in the high school within sev eral weeks, it was announced by Mrs. C. S. Sheridan, chairman of surgical dressings and a member of the executive committee of the Al len county unit of the American Cancer society. Mrs. Sheridan is now providing one home patient with dressings and when the center is in operation dressings will be available to any one who needs them. The center is sponsored by the Bluffton Federated clubs and the following committees are being or ganized: Buckeye Coach Five Wins Over Hoosiers Economics Class Visits Archbold Center To Make Surgical Dressings For Cancer Cases Will Open In High School Room setup—Poinsettia and Al- Buckeye Coach eagers played steady ball last Thursday night at Beaverdam to defeat a strong Au burn (Ind.) Clutch team by a score of 82 to 58. Fred Herrmann, former Bluffton High cage star, led the Beaverdam attack with 29 points scored on 13 field goals and three free throws. Roger Phillips ranked second in the scoring with a 24-point total. Two other Bluffton eagers showed well in the game. Keith Kirtland tallied nine points and John Herr mann got eight for the Beaverdam outfit. Next scheduled tilt for the Buck eye Coach crew will be on Thursday, Dec. 2, when a Sycamore (Ohio) Tavern five plays at Beaverdam. This team won over the Coaches last year in the Lima tournament. Bluffton college economics class taught by Prof. H. D. Raid and the College Commerce club were in Archbold, Wednesday visiting indus tries of that place in a field trip to become better acquainted with in dustry and its problems. Among Archbold’s industries vis ited were the Kingwise Conveyor company, Fry Bros., Ecker & Son Produce & Dressing plant, Lugibill Packing Plant, Sauder Bros., and the Choy company. pha Gamma clubs co-chairmen, Mrs. Clarence Stonehill and Mrs. Harry Bogart. Transportation Alice Freeman club chairman, Mrs. D. W. Bixler. Records Century Circle chair man, Mrs. .R. Trippiehorn. Publicity-—Travel class chairman, Mrs. Evan ^Basinger. The drive for materials is being continued through Saturday, Decem ber 4. Bluffton community house wives are asked to take their dona tions of old linens and cottons to the library where the collection is in charge of the Y-Teens under di rection of Miss Mildred Keel. Watch the Bluffton News for date of the opening of the surgical dressing center. Pastor Is Cited By Dutch Ruler Dr. J. Bajema, Findlay college professor and minister, who filled pulpits of Bluffton and Rockport Presbyterian churches November 14 has received a citation from Queen Wilhelmina in recognition of his work in the organizaton of relief for two towns in the Netherlands. As a member of the committee planning the centehnial celebration at Cedar Grove, Wis., Dr. Bajema conceived the idea of “adopting” one or two Netherland villages as a part of the centennial program. The plan was enthusiastically endorsed by the village council and leading church men, since 95 per cent of the Cedar Grove population are descendants of Netherland immigrants. Two villages, Bierum and Hol wierda in the province of Groning ten, Netherlands, where the Cana dians made their first invasion and fought a three-day battle, were chosen for “adoption”. The villages, with a population of about 1,000 each, had many of their homes de destroyed during the war. Before shipments could be made, it was necessary to contact the European Relief organization in New York in order that the shipments might be expedited through proper channels. Dr. Bajema, former pas tor of the Cedar Grove Presbyter ian church, said the members of various churches served on a gen eral committee to arrange for pack ing and shipping. Relief packages will be sent as long as the villages are in need. In addition to the citation signed fine hand-grained cowhide fashionec by SWANK into accessories of luster and mag a new, hand-crafted custom useful, strictly personal gift Geiger & Dilier Featuring the Unusual in Holiday Gifts Closed all day on Thanksgiving. Open all day every Thursday thereafter until ChHstirtiis. THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 194$ by the Queen and other government officials, Dr. Bajema also received a delftware plaque made in Delftr Holland. Dr. Bajema was born in Holland. However, his parents came to Amer ica when he was quite young. Beaverdam Family Moving To Texas John Manahan aqd family living east of Beaverdam on the Lincoln highway are moving soon to Texas for benefit of his hesflth. His 120 acre farm sold at public auction Tuesday brought $100.50 an acre, being purchased by Mr. Coffman, re siding east of Van’s filling station on the Lincoln highway. Attention Have some old old Swiss Cheese for Thanksgiving Day. Quality cheese at the new WINKLEMAN’S DAIRY STORE in Beaverdam—three blocks south on Route 25. Kiddy-Kar wreck If some one is injured while on your premises, will you be able financially to pay for any damages awarded against you? Will you be provided with a legal defense? You can he protected against such loss only by Residence Liability Insur ance. Ask this agency about it. Diller Insurance Agency “Diller’s Policies Pay” Clarence D. Diller, Agent 125 N. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio lificence. Each bears initial. Smart, with the extra touch of distinct on that says SWANK.