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To Fill Pulpit In Church At Findlay Rev. Earl Luginbuhl, formerly of Bluffton will be guest speaker at the Central Church of Christ, Findlay, on New Year’s Sunday. Subject for the morning service will be “A New Year’s Thanks in the evening, “The Ideal of Surplus Service.” Rev. Luginbuhl, a graduate of Cincinnati Bible seminary, is min ister of the Christian church, Wheat land, Ind., and is also taking gradu I 1 Ji Ji ii 1! I I I Herr s Flowery ant In the BLUFFTON BAB with Our Compliments Keep the Infant Happy EVENFLO LAYETTE I 8-oz. and two 4-oz. Nu PLASTIKOOL BABY 1 BABY SHEET. The Rexall Hi ‘f v Stop In See the New Ford Car 50 Ways New for ’50 ate study in the School of Religion, Butler university, Indianapolis. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Luginbuhl of West Elm street. Wade Shook Heads Winter Scout Camp 123 S. Lawn Avenue Kermit D. Herr Phone 339-W Wade Shook, Bluffton college grad uate and a former resident of this place, is one of the officials in charge of a Winter Boy Scout camp this week at Defiance. Shook now is a council field scout executive with headquarters in Defiance. CONGRATULATIONS Mothers and Dads To the First New Year Baby of 1950 we present with our compliments, EXHIBITION GALDIOLUS BULBS (each variety labeled) to the value of $5.00. First prize will be doubled in case of twins. To Attending Physician $3.00 in Seeds or Bulbs. Best Wishes to the Proud Parents! Congratulations, too! May God grant many happy years to Baby— and to You! TO THE MOTHER OF THE FIRST BABY OF THE 1950 DERBY We Will Present ’hese Useful Necessities to ACKAGE (consists of six •sees)—1 PKG. KOOLEEZ •ANTS—KOOLEEZ 36X40 Drug Store ’riendly Service A Store of 1 OUR GIFT TO THE 4 ■I I I 4 1 Wedding Solemnized In Pandora Church An impressive twilight ceremony of the Christmas season in the St. John Mennonite church near Pan dora on Friday evening at 7:30, joined in marriage Miss Lois Jean Steiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Steiner and Ervin F. Re gehr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Regehr, Jr., of South Gate, Calif. Double twin candelabra with light ed tapers formed a background for three large baskets of white gladioli, mums, and pom-pons at the altar. The pews were marked in white satin bows and holly foliage. Officiating at the double ring cere mony was the pastor, Rev. Frank Harder. Pre-nuptial music was fur nished by Earl Lehman who sang “I Love Thee” and “These Vows We Take.” He was accompanied at the organ by Miss Ruth Bixel who also played “Oh, Prromise Me,” “In dian Love Call,” “Liebestraum,” “Because,” and “Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life.” After the wedding vows were ex changed, the bride and groom knelt at the altar while Mr. Lehman sang “A Wedding Prayer.” The tradition al wedding marches were used. Be fore the wedding vows were ex changed the candles were lighted by Donald Wayne and Byron Dean, brothers of the bride. The bride approached the altar on the arm of her father who gave her in marriage. Her gown of white slipper satin, which closed with tiny satin covered buttons, was fashioned with a high standing collar and ac cented with shirring to the waist. Her veil of illusion was of finger tip length and was crowned with im ported white orange blossoms. She carried a crescent shaped bouquet of white roses. Her jewelry was a single strand of pearls, gift of the groom. Maid of honor was Miss Wilma Mae Regehr, sister .of the groom. She wore a gowm made of moss-rose slipper satin fashioned with a cir cular skirt with gathered fullness in back and a low round neck-line with bertha type collar. Her mitts and hair braid were also of moss rose slipper satin. She carried a cascade bouquet of light blue pam pons. Misses Winifred Mae and Eloise Ann Steiner, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. Their attire was identical in stylee and color to that of the maid of honor. They carried cascade bouquets of yellow pom-pons. The bride’s attendants also wore nearl necklaces. The flowergirl, Miss Mary Lou Nichols, 'cousin of the bride, wore a gown of white slipper satin styled similar to that of the attendants. She carried a basket of white rote petals. Howard Welty, little cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. He wore a black tuxedo and carried both rings on a white velvet pillow. Donavin Diller of Pandora was best man. The ushers were Wilbert Zimmerly, Jr., of Findlay John Dale In Bluffton’s Baby Derby a choice of any color, all wool BABY SHAWL with our compliments! WALTERMIRE’S “Your Friendly Store” Happy New Year! Our Sincere Thanks and Appreciation to Our Friends and Patrons for Your Patron age the Past Year. To the parents of the FIRST 1950 BABY in BLUFFTON’S BABY DERBY Our Congratulations! To the PROUD FATHER on the important occasion we will give a NEW COOPER TIRE for his car. May the New Tire help you over the rough spots in years to come THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Berryhill, of Bluffton Byion Dean Steiner, of Pandora and Clayton Zimmerly, of Lima. The bride’s mother wore a taupe rose crepe dress with black acces sories. She wore a corsage of talisman roses. The groom’s mother wore a deep blue crepe dress with black acces sories. She also wore a corsage of talisman roses. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held in the church base ment, which was decorated with pine branches and poinsettias. The re ception table was centered with a three-tier wedding cake topped with a trio of miniature bells. The cake was cut by Miss Leia Steiner, aunt of the bride. Miss Wava Geiger poured the punch. Miss Alice Jean Bixel and Doris Berryhill assisted with the serving. Mrs. Donivan Dil ler, close frend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Kenneth Bowersox and Miss Mar garet Reichenbach opened the gifts. For her going away, the new Mrs. Regehr wore a brown-beige suit with dark brown accessories. She wore a white rose corsage. Mrs. Regehr is a graduate of Pandora High school and attended Bowling Green State University. She is presently employed in the offices of the Los Angeles Division of U. S. Electrical Motors, Inc. Mr. Regehr is a graduate of South Gate High school. He attended the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, Uni versity of Southern California, and is now completing his course in Business Administration as a junior at Pepperdine College in Los An geles, Calif. After January 1, their home ad dress will be 3821 E. 55th street, Maywood, California. Harry Schlott Heads Recreation Program Harry Schlott, Bluffton college senior and well known football, bask etball and baseball official in this area, has been named in charge of a winter recreation program for boys in Lima. The project is sponsored by Lima recreation program and Elks lodge of that city. News Want Ads Bring Results. 4 i i i i I 1 1 I I i ’i picture rith depend* n in the yel Im that get* ien eend u» Is for expert printing. making right’ able Kodak Fil law box—the the picture. 3 the exposed ro developing anc iXALL STORE THE R1 DRUG OIKS born i i i i i k k i Our Gift to the Bluffton Native Expires In Oregon Of the Vear Orilla Horning, 62, Bluffton na tive, died in Salem, Oregon, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Harold Lattin, according to word received here. She was born in Bluffton, Febru ary 29, 1888, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Horning. The family lived here on South Main street. She attended school in Mitchell, South Dakota, and later taught at a private art school in that city. In 1913 she moved ents to Salem where resided. Recker was leading scorer for Beaverdam, garnering 15 points. BEAVERDAM Totals Momer the le kodak pilm flaw 9]r Mr. and Mrs. John M. of South Lawn avenue at a family Christmas following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chapoton daughter Elsie of Utica, Mich. and Mrs. Levi Badertscher and net Ann of New Washington and Mrs. Adrian Lugibill and fam ily and Mrs. Susie Lugibill of Co lumbus Grove. Welcome "Baby 1950" in Bluffton Community Hospital in the 1950 Baby Derby A ROMPER SUIT in choice of color Send Mother or Dad in and we’ll be happy to send home to you with our compliments and best wishes this useful and attractive gift. THE LAPE CO I I 1 i with her par she has since her sister in sister, Mrs. Surviving, besides Salem, are another George Dabler of Great Falls, Mon tana and a brother Alonzo Horning of Pasco, Washington. Beaverdam Cagers Topped By Gomer After leading for more than three quarters of the game, Beaverdam High cagers lost their punch in the closing minutes and went down to a 51 to 48 defeat at the hands of Gomer on the Gomer court last Fri day night. Beaverdam held the advantage at the quarters: 12 to 9 22 to 18, and 36 to 33. Ivonaway 1 0 0 0 4 6 4 0 Neal, Weaver, ... Palte, ..... Martin, Recker, c.......... Young, g.......... Stechschulte, g. Hall, Michael, g. 1 i o 3 8 0 3 0 3 0 0 2 1 I 15 8 0 12 1 I I 0 19 .. 18 10 15 48 51 Family Christmas Dinner I I Badertscher entertained dinner the Mr. and Mrs. Orville Badertscher, North Manchester, Jnd. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Mills and family, Mar ion Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Detwiler and family, Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Orie Lugibihl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Augsburger, Pandora Don avon Gratz, Souderton, Pa. Mr. Mrs. Homer Gratz and family Mr. and Mrs. Ed Badertscher family, Bluffton. and and and and Mr. Ja Mr. Telltale Sign If a Torse 'stops sweating, or its muscles begin to tremble, while working in the field, it indicated approaching heat-stroke. Prompt treatment is essential in such cases. I k 1 1 I 1 1 ii 1 1 I 1 i 1 5^ 1 3 I 1 1 1 5- ii i. ii i ii i i i I 1 I I 1 i i 4 Congratulations J? arents! Corner Main & Jefferson Sts. WELCOMI BABY! We Are Proud to Present 1950 in BLUFFTON A $3.00 Merch in Baby wishes for health and happim To the Mother of the Ip IN BLUFFTON’S BABY DEkj A CASCO IRONING A Sturdy Canvas Bag on a Tubula From the WHOLE “Gl BASINGER’S FURNITUR Our Wish for You Is Hai And Lots of Luck and And May We Keep on Sei Throughout the Comin Yes, the whole gang at our store jo New Year’s Greeting to all our our way of saying “Thanks,” patronage in the past and we may continue to serve you THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1949 To the Father in Bluffton’s Baby Derby we will give an OIL CHANGE AND LUB JOB FOR HIS CAR HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! okio Service s Ed Co laway Happy New Year to ALL! Bluffton, Ohio wssqeaaaa to the First Arrival of S BABY DERBY ndise Order Food Our Store. Redeemable at Our Congratulations to the Happy Pa rents! COMMUNITY MARKET w p»aWK*w w k*w wn PY EW YEAR te wires are buzzing s of good cheer. So to extend bountiful ss in the New Year. with loa we’re placing a cal rst 1950 Baby 3Y we will give Aluminum Frame. and Heating wte saw man w Ct ipiness Cheer. To the First 1950 ring Yau oipers. This is fer your wish that cusl Bluffti it is e in ’50. in the BLUFFTON BABY DERBY we will give a HOODED BASSINET and PAD with our compliments. See it on display in our window.