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Churched
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Sunday services at 10:30 A. M.
Subject: "Soul.”
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.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
(Two miles west of Bluffton)
Howard T. Landes, Pastor
Thursday:
1:00 P. M. Work day on the
grounds of the Mennonite Memorial
Home.
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
7:30 C. E. programs
8:10 Evening service
9:15 Singspiration Service in the
Evangelical Mennonite church.
Have you tried some
LANE
HOPE CHEST
SOAR INTO THE CL
Spec
CHUfSTMAS
CLUBS NOW
FORMING
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. V. T. Monk. Pastor
9:30 Sunday school, Win. Edwards
Supt.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Paul II. Cramer, Minister
Sunday school 9:30 A. M.
Morning worship 10:30 A. M.
Special recognition is given to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hahn in the celebra
tion of their Golden Wedding An
niversary.
Thursday, 8 P. M. the Woman’s
Society of Christian Service will
meet at the home of Miss Mildred
Keel. Program leader Mrs. Chas.
Steiner. Worship leader Mrs. Chas.
Aukerman. Hostesses, Mrs. H. E.
Augsburger and Mrs. Richard Davies.
SHAVER’S ICE CREAM
Every member and friend of our
church will have the opportunity to
give to our church improvement.
Solicitors are calling this week. A
fine response has already been made
toward our goal of $3500.
Pints 20c
Quarts 40c
Gallons $1.49
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
J. N. Smucker, Minister
Thursday:
1-5 Brothlerhood Me■ting for clenn
up of site of Memor al Home.
7:15 Junior Choir
Sunday:
nday School,
Special Prices for Reunions
Double Dip Cones
4 Dips.................
Sponsored by Senio
Chicken Sandwiches
8S AUGUST 13
Presbyterian/Church Lawn
COME FOR SUPPER
10c
4
Hauenstein’s Bakery
Pop
Pie
Cak
Ice Cream
Coffee
STARTS AT 5:30 P. M.
s Advertised in LIFE and LOOK
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evangelical
under the
Hat
airectioD o
10:30 Wtrship
11 III
servi
8:00 Met’ting of YHing People to
discuss :-n i see slide.‘S of proposed
Retreat Gi ounds.
&
reformed
V. C. (^ermai'm/inister
Emmanuels: School
evening, August 15
at the home of Mr.
Gratz. Bring your families with
and enjoy the evening together.
St. John’s:
9:30 A. M. Morning Worship
10:30 A. M. Church School
The Consistofy of the church
meet on Thursday evening of
week at 8:00 at the church.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bluffton-Beaverdam Parish
O. Merrill Boggs, Minister
I
Bluffton
9:30 Bible School.
10:30 Worship and Communion.
Sermon title: “Who Am I?”
Thursday, Aug. 11, 6:00 P.
Reception for our new minister wi..
be held at Buckeye Lake Park. 1 his
will be a picnic dinner, under the
direction of the Bluffton L. O. C.
S.,J
Beaverdam
10:30 Communion
Wednesday, Aug.
social will be held
awn from 4:30 to
nvited.
10
on
Ev
EVANGELICAL MENNONITE
CHURCH
Pastor: Kenneth Bauman
Thursday evening 8:00 P. M. Pray
er and Praise service will be held in
the church. We are studing the 12th
Chapter of Rosnans which is filled
with instructions for Christians. I
Come, and pray with us. I I
Sunday:
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
Blufftoo:
Church school 9:45
farmer and hybrid seed corn grower,
I
living three-quarters of a mile west I
of Ada on Lafayette road died Tues-1
Surviving are three daughters, four
sons, one brother and two sisters.
Funeral services will be held at I
Lantz and Cretors funeral home in
Ada, Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock,
Rev. Lee Moore officiating. Burial
in Ada Woodlawn cemetery.
Family Dinner
Miss Alice Ludwig entertained at
family dinner at her home on
plar street, Sunday. Present
Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Ludwig, Miss Emma
Toledo Mrs. Emma
son W. C. Gorham, Ft
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ludwig and
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Deppler of Bluff
ton.
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown /wiss. Ira
Moser. tf
Beef sold by the ^usurer also pork
half or wholfe fqrt wur locker or
home freezer. XA farZ Market. tf
Service bul'te delivered to your
farm at^p-have/registered York
shire boar for li/ited service. Fees
$3 plus mileage/ C. N. Long & Son,
phone Ada Rafi 1270. tt
For saleyHRegistered Shorthorn
bull, old enough for service. Earl
Matter, 2 miles south and I2 mile
west of Bluffton.
For sale—Few Guernsey heifers
also Holstein heifer, fresh soon. Fred
C. Badertscher, 226 S. Main St.
Bluffton phone.
For sale—Brown Swiss calf 2
weeks old. W. A. Vermillion, Bluff
ton phone.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
I Five from this
three great
I
Henry Sleesman, 74, prominent
Crawfis, Glen I
McCullough,
Gorham and
me Mr.
ria Mr.
Mrs. Hany Folk,
and
and Mrs. Chas. Hummon,
Arcadia.
r. and Mrs. Orrin Guin, Mt
Cory Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lud
wig and daughters Nancy and
a rol and son Bruce, Dr. and Mrs.
1 )avid Steiner and son David, Mrs.
Clara Steiner, Mrs. Laura Ilarvey,
Miss Anna Ludwig, all of 1 Jma
]Five Area Graduates \Detroit Woman
10*45 Morning Worship I Bluffton and four from Mt. Cory I from Bluffton Community hospital
Th Ym-neli i Missionary Circh ere graduated at the summer com-1 Monday, after receiving treatment for
e 'l ‘X''// Mondavi mencement exercises of Bowling I minor injuries in a Dixie highway
at 6:30 P. M.|^reen State university. Friday.
I From Mt. Cory, Mrs. Pauline Sim- I
kins Bonhard, daughter of a former
I head of Mt. Cory schools received al
Robert Haas, son of
tion with a major in
tion. After the first
he and Mrs. Haas wil
ianapolis where he I
position with the Stok
Bachelor of Science degree in educa
tion. He will teach commercial sub
jects at Ohio City, where he and his
wife and little son will reside after
September 1.
inn
iluneral For Former
I
9:30 A. M. Sunday school I Lewis Memorial chapel, Lima, Tues-1
Financial report will be given/ I day afternoon for Mrs. Henson
10:30 A. M. Morning worship.I Good, 71, of that city, a former res-1
Message by the pastor. lident. She died Friday morning at
7:30 P. M. Christian Worker’s Band I her home following a cerebral hem-|
7:30 P. M. Junior Group meeting I orrhage two weeks previous.
8:15 P. M. Evening service.
I
For those people who love to sing I were Rev. E. J. Penhorwood, pastor!
there will be an old fashioned sing-1 of the South Side Church of Christ
spiration at the Evangelical Mennon-lof which she was a member and
ite church in Bluffton, Sunday night,| Rev. Andrew Brenneman. Burial
Aug. 14 at 9:15 P. M. The music,| was in Walnut Grove cemetery, Del-|
directed by Rev. Arnold Schmidt of
I
the Pandora Missionary church, will! The family lived in Bluffton about
consist of Christmas songs and carols] 30 years ago when her husband who
and special features by people of thel survives operated a blacksmith shop
Ada Farmer Dies I
community. Everyone is invited to]here an^ a^®° served as town marsh-1
come and sing and enjoy the music.| Mrs. Edith. \Tschantz of this!
place is a sister.
Funeral Thursday]I
{Oversubscribe Stock
day afternoon at Lima Memorial hos-1
pital following a six months’ illness. I The Central Ohio Light & Power
He was a former member of the|comPanJ which operates the Wood
Ada school board, a former Liberty i
township trustee and a member of the
Ada Church of Christ.
v,I
At Bowling Green U. Hurt in Accident
tJt It llltt 1011 Utility
cock Generating station here an-1
nounced Tuesday that the recent of-1
fering of 25,240 shares of common
stock was oversubscribed approxi
mately 43.4 per cent. The addition
al shares were sold to provide funds
with which to help finance the com
pany’s expansion program.
The allocation of available .shares
to supplemental subscriptions by
stockholders
and no shares
supplemental subscriptions by
than stockholders, it was
I known.
area—one from I A Detroit woman was discharged
I
and Mrs Leonardl The Bluffton graduate was Lucille I Mrs. Ann Brewer,
voulHilty» daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I scalp laceration when
Chris D. Hilty of Spring street who
(received a Bachelor of S.-ience degree crashed into a_utility
I in education.
mishap at 6:22 a. m.
I
Thelma Jordan, former Mt. Cory |for a trip to the nation’s capital next
resident received a Bachelor of|sPr,nK
jll’l Science degree in education. She
I taught in the Mt. Cory school for a
I number of years and in the past year
I has been teaching in
Ohio, schools where she
this fall. She is the dai
arl Jordan of Warrei
the Warren,
will continue
I
Resident Tuesday
Funeral services were held ini
I
I
Officiating at the funeral services
Sharp and Mrs. Edith Turner, both
Lima,
FouSt
viving
I
Total subscriptions aggregated 36,
192 shares, of which 19,529 shares
represented exercise of preemptive
rights by stockholders and employe
subscriptions, 9,714 represented sup
plemental subscriptions of others
than stockholders.
averaged 58.9 per cent,
were available for
others
made
For Lighter Peaches
lemon
Vitamin C, in the form of
juice or vitamin pills from the
drug store, will help prevent darken
ing peaches taken to the freezer
locker.
Reunions
The
Schumacher family reunion
held on the Bluffton College
August 14. Pres.,
will be
campus, Sunday
Arthur
Schumacher Sec., Edison
The 40th anniversary of the Black
school reunion ill be held at the
school, Thursday, Aug. 11. Pres.,
Fern Koch Sec., Sadie Hamilton.
i of the
held Sun
State park
Route 114.
Twenty-second reunion
Campbell family will be
day, Aug. 14 at Cascade 1
near Cloverdale on State
Pres., Chester Campbell
Donna
Sec., Mrs.
Welch Gilbert.
twenty-third annual reunion
John *P. and Abraham Augs
families will be held at
The
of the
burger
mon field, Bluffton, Sunday,
28. Bring your own service
card table if possible. Pres.,
ley Augsburger Sec., Gerald Huber.
Har
Aug.
and
Har-
The 42nd annual Huber reunion
will be held at Richland grange hall,
Sunday, August 21.
Huber sec., Mrs. Hazel Hess.
Pres., Karl
The 25th annual Redd reunion will
be held at Lima City park, Sunday,
Aug. 14. Basket dinner at noon.
18, received a
the car driven
by her husband left the road and
During the past year I Bluffton and Findlay on the Dixie.
Miss Hilty has been teaching in the Brewer told state highway patrol
will I elementary schools at Santz Cruz, men he fell asleep and lost control of
*i I Calif I the car.
pole, between
[{[ah School Seniors
ni„.^ rT~lrs
Master of Arts degree. She received I I 'Illil 1 rip 1 O UpilUl
I her bachelor’s degree in education I
last year and since that time has been With the slogan On to Washing
assistant in the department of Eng-| ton”, Bluffton high school seniors
lish at the university. |haVe started a program to raise funds
With this aim, the class will hold
an ice cream social on the Presbyter
ian church lawn, Saturday night, be
ginning at 5:30 o’clock.
this the class will have
scrap and paper collec
and other activities during
o raise funds for the trip,
past two years high school
classes have taken sight
s by railroad to Washing
ling several days at the
bake
educ
:ie in Ind
Also graduating was Kenneth V.
Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milford
Green of Mt. Cory. He majored in
il city. Funds
been raised by
Customers’
I
phos. I
I
I
I
I
Other survivors are: son, Earl,I
of Lima two daughters, Mrs. Esther
I
I
and two other sisters, Mrs.
Gruber and Mrs. Clarence
both
are
of Delphos. Also sur
five grandchildren and
grandchildren.
Corner ry
Have you ever noticed the
date stamped on each carton
of A&P eggs? It is put there
to protect the quality and
freshness of this perishable
"ium.
An egg that is Grade A
when it is inspected and
packed could become Grade
or by the time you buy it
if it has been improperly or
We don’t want that ever to
happen to an A&P egg. That
is why we put the date when
the eggs are graded on each
carton. Eggs not sold within a
few days of that date are re
moved from sale even though
they are still of good quality.
of Lima brother Sylvester Johns,|
If you should ever End that
any of our egg cartons bear
old dates or that any eggs fail
to live up to our high quality
standards, please tell us about
it. Please write:
Customer Relations Department,
A&P Food Stores
420 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, N. Y.
DAIRY DELIGHTS
TASTY CHEESE
FRESH CHEDDAR
ftUCfl rt HIT
GORGONZOLA
American n lb.
VnEU*U*DI I Cheese Food fc pkg.
ROLL BUTTER S
IfDAET 0UEECE Velveeta, Pimento Vi-lb.
IknAr I VnCCdC or American .......... pkg.
Infant Dies At
Birth Tuesday
Infant son of Dallas and Grace
(Core) Heldman, Rawson, Rt. 1,
died at birth in Bluffton hospital,
Tuesday morning was buried in
Maple Grove cemetery here Wednes
day morning. Rev. Walter Voss of
Trinity Lutheran church, Jenera offi
ciated at graveside services Wed
nesday morning.
The Heldmans have a son, Ralph
Eugene,
Bluffton
mother.
Mr. and
son, Rt.
home was in charge.
Flavor Cheese lb.
Shortening
Early June Peas
Fruit Cocktail
PINEAPPLE .....
Bl ADIS A DIBIC
mAnuAnlnC suregood ............
3. Mrs. Stella Core of
is the maternal grand
Paternal grandparents are
Mrs. Oliver Heldman, Raw
1. The Basinger funeral
Auto Accident
Results In Suit
Suit for $445.16 based on a three
way automobile accident in which
an automobile driven by Lee Skid
more, of Bluffton, was struck by
another in Lima was filed last Wed
nesday in Allen County common
pleas court.
David E. Cooper, who filed the
claim against Clayton McMichael,
into another lane of traffic and
fqjced Cooper to swerve out of line,
causing his car to collide with the
Skidmore auto.
E
distributive education and received a
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TUNA FLAKES „. u.
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21c
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Extra Large Sixe .............................. .. each
43C
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30c
59C
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2 20-°z.
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75c
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