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Triplett Ball Game Rained Out Again For the third Tuesday in a row. rain washed out a scheduled soft ba".' game for the Triplett team at Har mon field, and the Findlay O'. i Dutch crew which had *ourneyec here to meet the locals had to re turn home without getting ’."to ac tion. Arrangements may be made play the postponed tilt this week, although the Triplett crew a s. s scheduled for Friday ght u S they will travel to Tiffin fir a re turn match with Dock Routh's stel lar outfit. In the first meeting between E’.uff ton and Tiffin, last Thursday i-r: at Bluffton, the Tiffin team sgueerec out a 1 to 0 victory in the tuhtest contest seen here in a ’o”g me. Rip Riley. Tiffin bur or, was the steller attraction of the evening, for he struck out 12 men. gave up only two hits, made a double and a sin gle himself for half of his team's safeties, and scored the only run of the ball game. The Amstutz Cannery will operate Tuesdays and Fridays until further notice Notice The Lewis Barber Shop will be closed beginning June 30 through July 15. ROBERT LEWIS Paper Drive SftT., JULY 9th By Bluffton Boy Scout Troop AUTOMATIC "S »YOUR FINGER YOUR Timer Spaeth, B’uffton pitcher, allowed only four hits, but walked the winning run across the plate w th the bases loaded in the seventh The Triplett team was shut out again at Leipsic on Friday night, dropping a 3 to 0 decision, in a r's battle between Gene Beach and Don Oliver, of Leipsic. Oliver allowed four hits and Beach gave •an six. Start Pheasant Stocking Program ven hundred additional phea.ants w’.ll be added to Allen county’s game population before the close of this summer, according to an an nouncement made last week by Don ald Ramge, Allen county game pro tector, who makes his home here. That number of pheasant chicks, now three weeks old are in pens maintained at Lima, and will be distributed to game clubs under the cooperative plan. The project calls for clubs to feed and raise the chicks for six to eight weeks before releasing them. Betty L. Baumgartner Wed In Pennsylvania Betty Lou Baumgartner, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Baumgartner, of North Wales, Pa., and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bogart, of Bluffton, be came the bride of Richard H. Free man, of Buffalo, N. Y., in a cere mony at the North Wales Methodist church, last Saturday afternoon. The bride’s sister, Mrs. J. R. Holmes, also of North Wales, was the matron of honor afid the bridesmaids were Miss Jane Waring, Brunswick, Ohio Miss Barbara Termohlen, Washington, D. C. Miss Betty Ann Singer, Rockville Center, N. Y., and Miss Annette Freeman, Buffalo, N. Y., sister of the groom. Following the afternoon ceremony and a reception held in the William Penn Inn, the couple left for a wed ding trip through Canada. They will return in mid-July to make their home in Buffalo. Both the bride and groom were graduated from Ohio Weslyan uni versity early in June of this year. For the wedding, the bride wore a gown of ivory satin, with a peter pan collar of lace and embroidered with seed pearls, fitted bodice, full skirt long tight-pointed sleeves, edged with lace and she carried white orchids and white roses as the wedding bouquet. Mulching garden crops saves I moisture, controls weeds, adds organ ic matter and improves soil condi i tion. "SPEED COOKING" AT TIPS IN THE NEW "PUSH-BUTTON" RANGE Come in today for a demonstration! No faster, easier, cleaner way in the world to cook! Lady, you never saw cooking ease like this before! Just think! General Electric’s famous "Speed Cooking” Calrod* units controlled by push buttons! A button (each with Tel-A- Cook light) for each cooking speed. All con trols, 10 inches above working surface. No reaching around hot pans. The cooking speed you want—instantly! Four times easier to op erate than rotary switches. iWonderful, work-saving automatic features, too! We can’t begin to tell you about them all. Come in—see this "Push-button” marvel for yourself—today! Track-tan Mat V. 6. Pat Off. As low as $179.00 BIXEL 131 Cherry St. Buckeyes Win In Harmon Field Play In Harmon field softball play Tuesday evening, the Buckeyes top ped Triplett Paint Shop by a score of 9 to 5, although they were outhit by the losers. In the seven-inaing game, the Buckeyes had five hits, while their foes were garnering eight, but the winners scored enough runs in two big innings to clinch the victory, getting four tallies in the third stanza and three more in the fifth. The Painters got away to a one run lead in the first inning were out in front 2 to 1 at the close of the second, but after they had scored their third run in the third the Buckeyes came back with four tallies to go out in front and stay there. Jim Badertscher led the Buckeye assault with two singles in three at tempts, and the other hits were made by Dunifon, Goodman and Cramer. Bert Swank had three safeties for the losers, and single hits were made by Johnny Herrmann, Denver Augsburger, Bob Luginbuhl, Bobby Wenger and Laurel Bauman. Bob by Wenger’s double was the only extra-base hit of the contest. Reunions The 7th Burkholder reunion will be held at Pandora high school, Sun day, July 17. Dinner at noon. Bring table service. No invitations will be sent. Tell others. Pres., Alvin Burkholder Sec., Mrs. "Wil ford Steiner. The Riesen-Lora family reunion will be held at Bluffton college camp us, Sunday, July 31. Basket dinner. Mrs. Melvin Zimmerly, Sec. Descendants of Christian Stettler will hold their 17th annual family reunion at Ada park, Sunday, Aug ust 7. Picnic dinner at 1 p. m. Metta Huber, secretary. Bluffton Legion Nine Cops 6-5 Tilt Two runs in the first inning, three more in the seventh and an other in the ninth gave the Bluffton Legion baseball team a 6 to 5 vic tory over Findlay Merchants, last Sunday afternoon at Rawson. The Bluffton batsmen had nine hits, one more than the total made by their foes, and they also led in errors, 5 to 4. Moore and Hartman, each with two hits, led Bluffton’s attack at the plate. Hartman and Wilch shared the hurling duties for the Bluffton team. Imagine You cook by pushing buttons'! Look! Your choice of Built-in Pressure Cooker raisable unit or TWO OVENS! O-E MStratoliiwr* (shown above—-and it's a beauty) gives built-in 6-qt Pres sure Cooker, also equipped as deep well Thrift Cooker, and raisable Cal rod for fourth surface unit Famous G-E Tripl-Oven, with new ball cor ners for quick'n’easy cleaning. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO Jn T)ke Churches EVANGELICAL & REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School 10:45 A. M. Morning Worship Kindly note change in time of services. Holy Communion will be observed in the worship service on Sunday. Private Communion on Sunday afternoon. Make your requests known to the Pastor. The Dorcas Missionary Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Clara Long on Wednesday evening, July 6. All ladies are cordially invited. Time 8:00 o’clock. St. John’s: 9:30 A. M. Morning "Worship 10:30 A. M. Church School Kindly note change in time of services. The Consistory of the church will meet on Tuesday evening at 8:00 at the church. The choir will meet for rehearsal on Thursday evening of this week at 8:00 o’clock. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bluffton-Beaverdam Parish O. Merrill Boggs, Minister Bluffton 9:30 Bible school 10:30 Worship service and Com munion. Sermon title: “What Kind of Soil Are We?” Beaverdam 9:30 Bible school 10:30 Communion A friendly welcome awaits you at all our services. You are invited to make our church at either Bluffton or Beaverdam your “home” if you are not attending church elsewhere. EVANGELICAL MENNONITE CHURCH Pastor: Kenneth Bauman Thursday: 8:00 P. M. Prayer & Praise serv ice. Karl Gierman, Leader. Sunday: 9:30 A. M. Sunday school 10:30 A. M. Morning worship. Charles Rupp, Guest Pastor, Arch bold, Ohio. 7:30 P. M. Special program on "Migrant Work” sponsored by Ladies Missionary Society. There will be a film and directed cast of speakers. 7:30 P. M. Junior Group in base ment. I 8:15 P. M. Evening message. and G-f *Ub«ratorN (same beautiful "new look" as above) has two complete otens. One master size, the other three quarter. Both automatically controlled each does all warming, baking, roast ing, broiling operations. Both with new ball corners. GENERAL ELECTRIC MOTOR SALES Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Paul H. Cramer, Minister Sunday school 9:30 A. M. Morning worship 10:30 A. M. Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Wurlitzer organ demonstration by Professor Otto Holtcamp. 8:30 P. M. Official Board meeting. In keeping with the Golden “49” Anniversary we will dedicate our new Anniversary Church Bulletins, Sunday morning at 10:30 A. M. EBENtiZER MENNONITE (Two miles west of Bluffton) Howard T. Landes, Pastor Thursday: 8 P. M. Prayer and Bible study. Sunday: 9:30 Sunday School, Phares Bixel, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship 7:30 Joint Missionary sendee. Speaker, Mr. Robert Spurr Field, Secretary for The Rural Bible Crusade. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at 10:30 A. M. Subject: God. 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 sendees and to visit the reading room. This society is a branch of The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Rockport: Morning worship, 9:30 Church school, 10:30 Bluffton: Church school 9:45 Morning worship 11:00 Rev. John Neuenschwander, pastor of First Presbyterian church of Poplar Bluff, Mo., will be guest minister. LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor 9:30 Sunday school, Wm. Edwards Superintendent. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Minister Thursday: 8:00 Prayer meeting Sunday: 9:30 Sunday school 10:30 Morning worship 6:40 Prayer meeting. 7:00 Young People’s meeting. 7:30 Evening sendee Every one is welcome. Settlement Mrs. John Warren and Mrs. B. F. Biery of Bluffton called at the home of the Steiner Sisters, Tuesday after noon. The young people of the Ebenezer and St. John churches are planning to spend the Fourth of July at Winona Lake, Indiana. J. Edwin Orr, widely known lecture and evangelist was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hilty over Saturday night. Early the following morning he left for Berne, Indiana, where he spoke at the Mennonite church. The St. John congregation en joyed a basket dinner Sunday fol lowing the dedicatory service for the new basement that has just re cently been completed. The entire space beneath the church has now been excavated. Ruth Bixel who has been on the teaching staff at Grace Bible school in Omaha, Nebraska, returned home for the summer recently. Lois Geiger who graduated from the some institution a short time ago, also returned home the fore part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Schey spent several days in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schey at Lansing, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Kohli of STOCK SALES For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira Moser. tf Beef sold by the quarter also, pork half or whole for your locker or home freezer. A to Z Market. tf Cow owners notice—Service bulls delivered. Nature’s way is the best way. All bulls Bangs tested. C. N. Long & Son, phone Ada Red 1270. tf r---------- 1---------- Poison Ivy? Get P. H. D. The Poison Ivy Antidote 75c 1. Ilanrostein & Soi Chatham, Ohio, visited relatives here Sunday. Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Schumacher of Mansfield, is spend ing two weeks with his grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Schu macher. Sarah Jane and Lois Geiger, daughters of Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth WWtVtMWl WOULD SOtVtO ni VITO THE fr 64UVING 1 Custom Beef $1 per Hogs dressei locker or Also beef by the SWJ V (•JU (•JU There's One Way to be Sure! Thousands of Car Owners are using Sun Motor Diagnosis. We have the equipment to insure you complete Motor Tuneup the “Sun Way” on all makes of cars. Steiner Chevrolet Sales & Service N. Main St. Bluffton Phone 135-W "CAN’T BE BEAT" FOR Rolls Biscuits Fried Chicken -yClBk Pies Corn Bread Pressure Cooking Roasts and Cakes Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-seven Years of Dependable Service THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 194fr Geiger are spending some time in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Geiger. Shoes repaired. Bring them in and have Shirley Nonnamaker fix them for you. All work guaranteed. Mur ray Upholstering shop, Thurman St. Bluffton phone. I AMBULANCE SERVICE one 222-W 239 S. Main Slaughtering ead Hogs Dressed 25c Cwt. 1 and processed ready for ome freezer $2.50 per cwt. juarter and hogs by the side at reason able prices. VK BROS. QUALITY MEATS k Ml" n 1 A Also in Stock, I 2 pnd 3 Burner stoves, ideal for hot weather can ning. Put them in the basement or on the back porch.