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PAGE FOUR
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Minister
Thursday:
7:15 Junior Choir
8:15 Mixed Chorus
Sunday:
9:30 Sunday School, under the
supervision of Irvin Baumgartner.
Classes for all age groups.
10:30 Morning worship. Rev.
Smucker will deliver the message.
7:30 Evening service. Watch for
announcement in bulletin.
^biU&L tyuMeftal cJtome.
Custom Slaughtering
Beef $1 per head Hogs Dressed 25c Cwt.
Hogs dressed and processed ready for
locker or home freezer $2.50 per cwt.
Also beef by the quarter and hogs by the side at reason
able prices.
SWANK BROS.
QUALITY MEATS
City Market
LEMONS 6 ^32c
LEMON JOICE 35c
COFFEE 40c
PEANUT BUTTER s.„ 39c
PAPER PLATES
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bluffton-Beaverdam Parish
O. Merrill Boggs, .Minister
Bluffton
9:30 Bible School.
10:30 Communion
Board meeting on Wednesday at
8:30 I’. M.
Beaverdam
9:30 Bible School.
10:30 Worship and Communion.
Sermon title: “Where Art Thou?”
Board meeting on Thursday at
8:30 p. m.
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Phone 222-W 239 S. Main
6 inch 25 for .... Ide
9 inch 12 for.... Ide
CREAM CHEESE 45c
POTATOES 69c
CABBAGE 6c CELERY 25c
BUY $5.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE AND rnrr
GET ONE BOX QUICK ARROW SOAP FLAKES iKtt
The Lape Co.
Women's
Wash Drosses
These are made of SO count cloth, best quality Quadriga Prints Fast colors
with very small percent of shrinkage .. Styles you will want to wear
Regular and half sizes at this new price.
Beautiful Ginghams priced at 59c, 69c,
79c to $1.00 per yard.
Best Quality Quadriga Prints,\plain and
printed at 48c per yard.
Gaberdine for School Clothes, they are
wrinkle resistant, good [colors, $1.39 yd.
all our services. You are invited to
make either our Bluffton or Beaver
dam church your “home,” if you are
not attending church elsewhere.
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 senice
Every one is welcome.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Rockport:
Morning worship, 9:30
Church school, 10:30
Bluffton:
Church school 9:45
Morning worship 11:00
Rev. Win. Rex will be guest
minister.
Communion in both churches.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor
9:00 Worship service. Guest
preacher, George Stadler, student at
Hamma Divinity School, Springfield,
Ohio.
10:00 Sunday school Wm. Edwards
Supt.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday sendees 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.
EVANGELICAL & REFORMED
CHURCHES
V. Oppermann, Minister
Emmanuel’s:
9:30 A. M. Church School
10:45 A. M. Morning Worship
St. John’s:
9:30 A. M. Morning Worship
10:30 A. M. Church School
The choir will meet for rehearsal
on Thursday evening of this week at
8:00 o’clock.
The Edith Lahr Missionary Circle
will meet at the home of the Bessire
Sisters on Thursday evening of this
week at 8:00 o’clock. Mrs. Phoebe
Gratz, leader. All members are
cordially invited to attend.
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE
CHURCH
Pastor: Kenneth Bauman
Wednesday:
2:00 P. M. Christian Helpers’ Band
meets at Ada May Oyer’s home.
8:00 P. M. Reorganization of
Ladies Missionary Society.
Thursday:
8:00 P. M. Prayer and Praise serv
ice and election of church officers.
Saturday:
8:00 P. M. Youth for Christ serv
ice at Pandora High school. (Ted
Wehling, Jr. Coach at Northwestern
Schools, Minneapolis, speaker.)
Sunday:
9:30 A. M. Sunday school
10:30 A. M. Morning worship. Ted
Wehling, Jr. Guest Pastor.
No evening service.
Beef sold by th
half or whole
home freezer. A
Service bulls
farm also hav
shire boar for li
$3 plus mileage,
phone Ada Red
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
EBENEZER MENNONITE
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Howard T. Landes, Pastor
Thursday:
8:00 P. M. Prayer and Bible study.
9:00 P. M. Rehearsal of Mixed
chorus.
Sunday:
9:30 Sunday School, Phares Bixel,
Supt.
10:30 Morning worship
Offering for Rev. and Mrs. Charles
Warren.
7:30 C. E. programs
8:10 Evening service
Saturday Youth for Christ Meet
ing in the Pandora High school.
Reunions
The Riese»-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
The Schumacher family reunion
will be held on the Bluffton College
campus, Sunday, August 14. Pres.,
Arthur Schumacher sec., Edison
Diller.
The 40th anniversary of the Black
school reunion will be held at the
school, Thursday, Aug. 11. Pres.,
Fenr Koch Sec., Sadie Hamilton.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF
ALLEN COINTV. OHIO
Legal Notice No. 39015
Lillie May Poling. Plaintiff
Catherine J. L. More, et al. Defendants
Catherine J. L. Moore, Amanda M. Wilson,
Robert James, Jesse James, Ceoive James.
Gladys Watkins, Lawtfmce Gordon, Helen
McPhoron, Marjraret Thcjmas, Catherine Burn
side. Kichaid Wilson and the Unknown Heirs
at Law, Devisees, Legatees. Administrators,
Executors, Lejrai Representatives and Assigns
of Catherine J. L. Moore, Deceased, and of
Amanda M. Wilson,
addresses and places of
will take notice that
1949. the plaintiff.
her petition against
Court of Common
Ohio, the same being
Court,, for the purpose
certain real estate in
to-wit:
Deceased, all of whose
fesidence are unknown,
n the 7th day of July.
jlie May Polintr, filed
lem and others in the
Lots Numbered 66
and 6671 in
American Townsh
Lima. Allen Cout
The prayer of said i
ing of title of said
equitable relief. Said
to answer said petitii
September, 1949, or
^gainst them,
Ms of /Mien County,
'aee No. 39n45 in said
nt quirting the title of
said t-ttitlon described.
9. 6670. 6632, 6633
tnewood Addition.
p. to the City of
ty. Ohio.
ptition is for the quiet
11 estate and for other
defendants are required
on the 24th day of
jdgment will be taken
May Poling. Plaintiff.
W. Gooding,
.Attorney. 19
STOCK
SALES
For rent—Bulls
ford, Angus and
Moser,
Shorthorn Here
Brown Swiss. Ira
tf
quarter also pork
or your locker or
to Z Market. tf
delivered to your
i registered YorK
nited service. Febs
C. N. Long & Son,
1270. tt
Wanted—Good dairy cows, fresh
and close to freshening, Holsteins
and Guernseys preferred also Hol
stein cows and heifers fresh in 6 to
8 weeks. L. E. Cook, Beaverdam
phone 436. 14
For sale—Excellent polled Here
ford bull 16 months old. Albert
Geiger, 442 Cherry St.
For sale—Fresh Guernsey cow and
calf. Eugene Staley, phone 533-Y.
For sale—Holstein bull calf ten
weeks old, eligible to registry. Evan
Sommer, 2’z miles southwest of
Bluffton. Phone 528-Y.
Need a new 1
Don’t know 1
Can’t make
number?
Want inforn
sizes and r.j
Any V-belt
•elt?
tie size?
jut the old
ation on pulley
m.?
proHem at aH?
The Tools
DLVE IT
We Hav
TO S
GATES BELTS
home, farm,
SHOP Z
MACHINES
or
and
Beaverdam
Phone 221
ardware Co.
Beaverdam, Ohio
Poison Ivy?
Get P.
D.
ntidote
The Poison Ivy
75c
I. Ilauenstein & Son
Customers
Corner
AH customers expect hon
est weight from their grocer
To assure you of honest
weight at A&P we buy the
.Z^linest scales, Tave them con-
agd put them in plain sight
where you can see the dials/“
And, of course, all our cm
ployees are thoroughly
trained and strictly instruct-^/
ed to conform to our policy
of 16 ounces to the pound,
Please write:
Customer Relations Department,
•-sgy. A&P Food Stores
420 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, N. Y. JT
With Tender Beef Added
Swift's Prem
41c
12 oz. can
Silver River Sliced
Pineapple
33c
No. 2 can
Peter Pan Flavorful
Peanut Butter
37c
12 oz. Jar
DAIRY BUYS
FINE-FLAVORED DOMESTIC
SWISS CHEESE 69c
FAVORITE WISCONSIN
BRICK CHEESE 45c
FRESH CHEDDAR CHEESE 47c
LONGHORN CHEESE........... ». 47c
CNED-O-BIT CHEESE FOOD 25 71c
HEINZ
BABY FOODS
Heinz uses only the finest in
gredients in making their baby
foods—choice cereals, prize-win
ning vegetables, selected meats
and fruits.
STRAINED FOODS
3
2,9c
jars
JUNIOR FOODS
2
27
jars
Jo’kdd
CEREALS
jar
16c
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
PANDORA HIGH SCHOOL
Saturday, July 23 --8 P. M.
HEAR
Ted J. Wehling, Jr.
G. FROM
NORTHWESTERN SCHOOL^/MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
LOTS OFJWSIC TOO!
WHEN IT COMES TO
SAVING MONEY ON FOOD .. .1
Occasional low prices on one or two items don't add up to
real economy. But consistently low prices on many items do.
That's why housewives with a gift for thrift shop and save
regularly at A&P, where hundreds of grand values are fea
tured five days a week.
JUMBO 27 SIZE
Cantaloupe
CALIFORNIA FRESH ELBERTA
UfA TED ME I nil FulIy
II I EnnlCLUIl 30
■f-.
If we should ever make a
mistake in weighing your
purchase, you will be doing
us a favor if you call it to our
attention. ...
S We would appreciate any
suggestions you may have to
help us maintMin our strict
standards of honesty and ac
curacy, or anything else we
can do to make your A&P a
better place to shop.
GOLDEN BANANAS
Cocktail
IONA—PEAS OR CREAM STYLE
El A VHD Ain Assorted Flavors
LA’lUn’AlU
YELLOW CLING PEACHES
PINEAPPLE JUICE
THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1949
Delivered Fresh ...
Bought Fresh ...
Sold Fresh ...
PRODUCE
Peaches 2 29c
Ripe—Sweet and Juicy
to 32-lb. Average .............
PASCAL CELERY ...........
EDECU DI IIMC Plump and Firm-Fleshed
rncdri rLUnia With Fine Flavor .....................
With Cereals .........
CUIEET DHD11 Fresh and Tender
OWCEI wunn
V AUC Firm
Home-Grown ................................
and Sound Puerto Rican
I Mlrlw Delicious Candied,
SULTANA FRUIT
Baked or Fried ...............
ECONOMY-WISE GROCERY BUYS
Golden Corn
DAIIinnilf UIAEEDC Warwick’s Fresh
HAlnDUVr WAT End Delicious Candies ...............
Beverage Mix ................................... pkgs.
SUNNYFIELD CORN FLAKES.....
HBC SHREDDED
WHEAT
BOHDWARE PAPER
.. 2
pS
PLATES
GREEK GIANT
.......... can
PEAS......
"Junket'' Brand
FREEZING MIX
CHOC., VANILLA or STRAWBERRY
ICE CREAM MIX
23
2
Chases Dirt
OLD DUTCH
CLEANSER
2 oz- cans
2
33C I
EACH
98c
33c
35c
each
giant
stalk
lbs.
^Tec
25C
ears
lb. 19c
31c
NO. 1'A
CAN
10c
NO. 2
CAN
8-oz.
pkg.
21c
15c
25c
27c
25c
Sliced or Halve. .... can
PITTED PIE CHERRIES .............. N,.„’
BROWN OR CONFECTIONER’S SUGAR 2
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ........
EVAPORATED MILK
HARBAUER’S SWEET PICKLES ...
PORK AND BEANS
’S85c ”£1.85
35c
Wild Tomato Sauce
Retrcshrnent .............
tall
cans
OVEN TREATS
DELICIOUS JANE PARKER CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIES 2 d°z- pk«- 35c
CHERRY, CHOCOLATE OR ASSORTED
CUPCAKES p^» «25c
FRESH DONUTS ’CX£.".... ». 19c
DllIIC
New Jane Parker
DUItw
45c
27c
27c
22c
...........
316-oz.
cans
212-oz.
cans
giant
13-oz. pkg.
KARO WAFFLE
2 X1 31c
21c
SYRUP .........ni
29c
BAKER MAIO GRAHAM
25c
CRACKERS
ARGO CORN
No. 303
A
I V
23c
STARCH 2 pl£
9Qc
Orange or Walnut ....................... Pkg.
POTATO STICKS 23c
Aww
Quick, Easy Dinner!
ARMOUR’S TREET
12 oz. can
4 1
Sweetly-Scented
SWEETHEART SOAP
3
ffg- size bars
IFOODGSTORE
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