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Community farm institute will be held at Beaverdam on Wednesday of next week in morning, afternoon and evening sessions at the high school building. Program for the day follows: Morning Session, 9:30 School Program Nursery Rhymes and Rhythm Story of Three Bears Evening Session, 7:30 Group Singing Leader, Walter Treadway Invocation .... Rev. Fauver Music School F. F. A. Report (Illustrations) ......... Roy Reichenbach Pictures and Remarks LEGAL NOTICE Bernadette Hart, residing at 413 Wright Street. Stoneham, Massachusetts, care of Mrs. James Leonard, is hereby notified that Chester A. Hart has filed his petition? against her for divorce and custody of child! in case number 39393 of the Court of Comifon Pleas of Allen County, Ohio, and that said divorce action ill be for hearing on or after March 11, 1950. Hold Farm Institute At Beaverdam Next Wednesday ___ First Grade Song Recitation The Song Story Second Grade Oh. Susanna (group singing) Folk Dance Third and Fourth Grades Poem—“My Snow Man” Nancy Baker School Days (Pantomime) Fifth and Sixth Grades Safety Program (movie) ....... State Patrol Afternoon Session, 1:30 Song—America Invocation Rev. Boggs Music ........ School Business Address Mrs. Helen Younkman Music School County Agent “Hypnotics” Wayne Laibe Awarding of prizes for displays Bluffton Fourth In Live Stock Judging The second section of Vocational Agriculture class at Bluffton high school competed in the monthly Allen County F. F. A. livestock judging: contest Friday afternoon. The contest was held at the Bal thaser farm, near Spencerville, and the classes included judging of Ab erdeen-Angus steers, Aberdeen-Angus heifers, and Hampshire gilts. The boys from Bluffton were John Schmutz, Richard Bucher, David Beery, Evan Lehman, Larry Zim merly and Eugene Kohler. Bluffton ranked fourth in the con test. Beaverdam won first, Shawnee second, Harrod third, Bluffton fourth, LaFayette fifth and Spencerville sixth. Each vocational agriculture department in the county takes a turn at being host to the contest. A team consists of six boys, and a different team is entered in each contest, thus permitting the maxi mum number of boys to take part during the year. CHESTER A. HART By Light & Siferd, his attorneys I 46 MultiISS Distinctive puts Open afternoons exc Open evenings by i ^pt Monday ippointment 313 Campus |)rive 1 Bluffton Cellist ROBERTA Manges, Bluffion cellist will occupy the second chair in the ceHo section when the Findlay Civic Symphony Or chestra opens the season with a concert at the Findlay high school auditorium on Thursday night, February* 2. Pacifist To Speak A College Monday Bayard Rustin, well-known speak er, will be at Bluffton College next Monday and will present three lectures at the college and at the First Mennonite church. He is being brought here under the aus pices of the Peace Action Club. Mr. Rustin, a Quaker by religious belief, has been associated with the American Friends Service Committee and with various organizations which are working for the elimination of racial intolerance in America. In 1948 he received the Jefferson award from the Council Against Intolerance in America as “one of the Americans who had done most in the recent past to better relations between colored and white citizens.” Mr. Rustin will give his first talk, entitled “Non-violent Answer to Soviet Russia,” in chapel Monday morning. He will again speak in Ramseyer Chapel at 4:00 p. m. Monday after noon, at which time his topic will be “Failure of Our Foreign Policy.” At 7:30 in the evening he will speak at the First Mennonite church, his theme being “Violence—Central Theme Issue of Our Age.” Future Farmers At County Meeting Fourteen vocational agriculture boys of Bluffton high school attend ed the Allen County F. F. A. coun cil at Shawnee high school last Wed nesday night. Leland Garmatter, Don Oates, Dale Risser and Melvin Marquart were raised to the degree of Chapter Farmer. This is the second degree in the organization and to qualify a boy must have completed one year of vocational agriculture, be carry ing a current individual farming program in connection with his class, he must have saved $25 or more, and re-invested it in farming, and he must be able to lead a group dis cussion for at least 10 minutes. Cleo Diller took the part of the obstacle, “Indolence” during the ceremony. Melvin Marquart and Cleo Diller represent the Bluffton Chapter in the County Council Ex ecutive Committee meetings. AMSTUTZ BARREL-BREASTED NORTHWESTERS THEY’RE NEW ... DIFFERENT .... THEY WON’T LAY EGGS .... BUT READ ON .... 3n Tjfie Oturchei FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Paul H. Cramer, Minister Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Nelson Steiner, Sup’t. Morning worship at 10:30 A. M. Youth Sunday with the Methodist Youth Fellowship taking part in the service. M. Y. F. 6:30 P. M. Choir Rehearsals— Junior Choir after school Tuesday. Senior Choir Thursday 7:30 P. M. Methodist Men Father and Son pot luck supper Thursday, Jan. 26 at 6:30 P. M. in Church basement. Every man bring his son or borrow one. Bring covered dish sandwiches, and service for two. Good program, group singing and fine fellowship. Mr. Robert Artman, speaker. Edgar Cook, president and Myron Moyer, secretary-treasurer. FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH J. N. Smucker, Pastor Thursday: 3:45 Youth Choir 7:00 Adult Choir. 8:15 Bible Study and Prayer Service. Sunday: 9:30 Sunday school, with classes for all. Under the supervision of Mr. Irvin Baumgartner. 10:30 Worship service. 6:45 Intermediate Christian En deavor. 7:30 Sacred Concert by the Swiss Male Chorus, Earl Lehman, Director. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES Leonard W. McIntire, Minister (Sunday, Jan. 29) Rockport: 9:30 A. M. Morning worship. Presbyterian Young People’s Sunday. Young People will participate in the service. 10:30 A. M. Church School. Classes for all age groups. Bluffton: 9:45 A. M. Church School. Classes for all age groups. 10:55 A. M. Morning worship. Presbyterian Young People’s Sunday. Young People will participate in the service. 7:15 P. M. Junior High and Senior High Youth meet at the church ready to go out to the farm for home movies. Thursday, Feb. 2, 6:30 P. M. Young Adults Progressive Dinner. A warm Christian welcome awaits those who worship with us. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Sunday services at K):30 A. M. Lesson: “Love.” 'Kestimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed nesday evening. The reading room at the church is LEGAL NOTICE In the Court of Common Plea*. Allen County, Ohio Mildred Wilcox vs. Walter R. Eaton, et al. Case No. 39376 The defendant, Walter R. Eaton, whose residence is unknown to the plaintiff and cannot by reasonable diligent^ be ascertained, and the heirs-at-law, dydsees, legatees, trustees, assignees, receivers, beneficiaries, surviving spouse, children, descendants, creditors, successors in ijaerests, executors, administrators, and legallfrepreBentatives of Walter R. Eaton, fceceaseff: Will take notice the 12th day of January. 1950, Milfwd-Wlcox of Lima, Ohio, filed her petition iLfthe ftommon Pleas Court, Allen Countyjl Ohio, fegainst the above named party, MT al.» Waying for a decree quietirig title, in t» alternative for an order marshalling liens! as against said de fendant et al., to the falowing described real estate, to-wit: Inlot Number ElevenFThousand Seventy-Six (11076) In Emerald aPark Addition to the City of Lima, Alien! County, Ohio. Said defendants art required to answer said petition on or Wfore the 21st day of March, 1950, or judgment and decree may be taken against tham in accordance with the prayer of the petition. They are a natural, for poultrymen interested in growing capons, springers or broilers. You can earn premium meat profits with this multiple cross of Cornish, New Hampshire and other crosses. Consumer demand TERRIFIC. West Coast markets report—“Customers willing to pay dressed premium prices of 10c to 15c per pound for this better-tasting, more flavorful fowl.” THEY’RE DIFFERENT PROFITABLE. They even have a freak streak of white meat through the drumstick and thigh. 8% Amstutz Hatcheries SOLE PRODUCERS OF NORTHWESTERS IN OHIO AND MICHIGAN MILDRED WILCOX. Plaintiff By: John J. Quinn, Her Attorney 45 to 15% more meat on the carcass grow fast save 15% to 18% in feed consumed for weight gained. Yes, it’s so new and different federal poultry authorities won’t permit the truth of the detailed breeding to be advertised until they have proved the possibilities to themselves. You can read about it in the mid-January issue of OHIO FARMER or watch for the February issue of POULTRY TRIBUNE and don’t fail to see and read the scientific breeding picture story in LOOK magazine’s March or April issue. Write NOW or visit our store for more information on this prem ium meat bird. Reprints of stories carried in three top poultry magazines available now, free for the asking. I THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO 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. CHURCH OF CHRIST Bluffton-Beaverdam Parish O. Merrill Boggs, Minister UNION SERVICES The Bluffton and Beaverdam con gregations will meet together for Union services, to be held at the Bluffton Church of Christ, as follows: 9:30 Bible School. C. Lewis and F. Mumma will preside. Solo selec tion by Carl Amstutz. 10:30 Worship and Communion service. .Rev. Herman M. Batton, Assoc. Sec. of the Ohio Christian Missionary Society, will deliver the sermon. Soprano solo selection by Mrs. Don Martz. 6:30 Christian Y’outh Fellowship. The film, “Boy Meets Giri,” will be shown and discussed. Recreation period will follow. EVANGELICAL S REFORMED CHURCHES V. C. Oppermann, Minister Emmanuel’s: 9:30 A. M. Church School. 10:45 A. M. Morning Worship. No Choir rehearsal this week. The Girls’ Guild will meet at the home of Miss Carolyn Matter on Thursday evening of this week at 8:00 o’clock. All girls are jnvited to attend. The Men’s Brotherhood will meet on Thursday evening at the Church, at 8:00. Guest speaker will be Foster Roszman, Conservation Extension Agent of Northwestern Ohio, who will speak and also "show pictures of his work. Catechism Saturday morning at 9:30. The Joint Consistory will meet on Thursday evening following the Brotherhood meeting at Emmanuel’s Church. The Dorcas Missionary Circle meets on Wednesday evening, Feb. 1. Time and place to be announced. St. John’s: 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship. 10:30 A. M. Church School. The Choir will meet for rehearsal on Thursday evening at 7:30. The Brotherhood of the churches meets on Thursday evening. See above for details. Joint Consistory will meet follow ing the Brotherhood meeting. Catechism Saturday morning at 9:30. MISSIONARY CHURCH Robert R. Welch, Minister Sunday: 9:30 Sunday School. 10:30 Morning worship. Capt. Bundy as guest speaker. There will be no evening services Sunday, or any prayer meeting Thursday. We are dismissing for the Tri-County Evangelistic meetings. Everyone is welcome. EBENEZER MENNONITE CHURCH (Two miles west of Bl&ffton) Howard T. Landes, Pastor Sunday: 9:30 Sunday School, Francis Nis wander, Supt. 10:30 Morning worship. No Thursday or Sunday evening services this wTeek due to the Tri County Evangelistic meetings in Bluffton High School auditorium, each evening at 7:30. All members urged to attend. LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. V. T. Monk, Pastor 9:30 Sunday School, Harold Beals, Supt. Settlement Edison Diller and Vernon Bucher are attending the state lumbermen’s convention in Cleveland this week. Otis Augsburger is visiting in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Landolene Amstutz, at Mountain Lake, Minn. While there, Mrs. Amstutz, their children and Otis were driving thru the rural area of that community they were struck by another car and Mrs. Amstutz suffered lacerations and bruises and was admitted to the hospital. Recent reports however, are very favorable for her speedy recovery. Mrs. Peter E. Kohli was admitted to the Memorial Hospital in Lima, Tuesday. Farmers Institute is being held in Pandora, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kohli, Jr., and son Kerry were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kohli. How long our feathered songsters ►are to remain here is not certain FOR SPEED AND COMFORT.... Many robins and meadow larks are being seen and heard in this area. Elvina Steiner, of Bellevue, spent the week-end with her mother and sisters here. Pleasart Hill Recent callers in the Russell Huber home included Rev. and Mrs. Fauver, Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zim merman and family, Mrs. Clara Nis wander, Ray Hirscheld, Mrs. George Kempher and daughter Helen and Mrs. Dale Kempher of Lafayette. Communion at Pleasant Hill Sun day morning. The W. S. C. S. will sponsor a bake sale at Bluffton Saturday at the Hankish rooms, formerly the Dr. Soash office. All ladies of the church are requested to bring their donations by 9:30 if possible and not later th^n J0-30 a. m. Mrs. Clara Jennings left Sunday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Cair Hu ber for Bradentown, Florida. Mrs. C. H. Zahrend is spend the week with her daughter Mrs. C. M. Gleason and family. Sunday visitors at- the Hartman home were Mrs. Etta Yant, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Downing, all of Beaverdam, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grismore and daughters of Jenera, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowers, Payne, Ohio, Charles Mont gomery and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Herr and son Billy. We haven’t had much cold weath er in this locality this winter but lots of rain. Would be nice to have some of the sunshine our daughter Dorothy and the Hubers of Texas (that we so recently visited) are en joying. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son Rodney were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips en tertained for Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman and grandson Bernard Gratz. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Lena Phillips, Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Elton oYunkman and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Younkman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher are the proud parents of a baby boy born Tuesday morning at the Com munity hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes called on Orvin Wirt Monday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr .and Mrs. Charles Emans of Bluffton. Mrs. Willard Jennings spent Mon day with her sister Mrs. Mamie Binkley who is ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and family of Kenton were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reichenbach and family. Kenneth Gratz called at the Leon ard Gratz home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and sons were Sunday evening sup per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Millen Geiger. Past week visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings and son -were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Watt, Mrs. Clara Jen nings and Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings. Nolan Younkman of O. S. U. spent the week end at home with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younkman. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Younkman and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Carey oYunkman and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fran cis Yrounkman, Ada, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Winegardner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son were Sunday evening visi tors of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Watt of Lima. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all the neighbors and friends for the flowers, cards and visits during my stay in the hospital and rest at home. Kenneth Schaublin 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 Service bulls delivered to your farm. Fees $3 plus mileage. C. N. Long & Son, phone Ada Red 1270. tf For sale—Good work horse, wt. about 1,600, cheap. Milo Hackworth, 551 E. Lehr St., Ada, Ohio. 41 For sale—10 gilts to farrow in 30 days. Ira Moser. For sale—Hereford-Guernsey calf 6 days old. Wm. Badertscher, 1 mile north of town. STOPPING EASE In Concert Here Andrew B. White Andrew B. White, baritone soloist, will give a concert in the chapel, February 8, at 8:00 P. M., as the third number of the Bluffton College Concert series. Mr. White was soloist with Fred Waring’s Pennsylvanians from 1938 to 1941. Since his release from military service- in March, 1946, he was given approximately fifty con certs throughout the U. S. Named To College Student Government Miss Eleanor Linden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Linden of Cher ry street is the newly elected junior class rejiresentative to the Women’s Self-Government association of Woos ter college, it was announced the first of this week. C. V. Stonehill Wins Trapshoot C. V. Stonehill, of South Main street, hit 45 out of 50 targets Sun day, to win first place in a trapshoot in Findlay. Two hundred persons watched the event in which marksmen from Defi ance, Dunkirk, Continental, Bluffton, Tiffin, Findlay and Lima participat ed. BLUFFTON MARKETS (Wednesday Morning) Grain (bushel $1.94 corn $1.22 $2.08. Poultry—Heavy hens 15c heavy frj stags 14c leghorn si Eggs—Large i whi brown 23c mpdii) mediumbrown 19c $ 1949 1949 1948 1948 1946 1941 1940 1939 1937 1937 1934 prices)—Wheat ats 70c soys he is 21c leghorn ers 20c ags 12c. e 25c n white ullets 17c. Butterfat—60c. 1 i North Main St. JUST SAY V GEIGER & DILLER heavy large 20c News Want Adi/Bring Results. USED CARS CASH TERMS JADE Bixel’s Used Car Sales Elsie’s Beauty 162 Thurman St THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1950 Suter Elected By Guernsey Breeders Clem Suter, Bluffton, was elected for a two-year term as director of the Blanchard Valley Guernsey Breeders association at the annual meeting of the group last week in Findlay. L. E. Welty, of Mt. Cory, is a director now in office. Value Burkholder Estate At $45,000 Estate of the late Menno Burk holder, Richland township farmer is estimated at $45,000 in papers filed in the Allen county probate court with persona! property listed at $25, 000 and real estate at $20,000. Tru man Burkholder, a son, is named executor. MARY’S BEAUTY. SHOP 111 Vi Norm Main Phone 2 17-W Above Bakery Maybe ydur best friend edn tell you... why they don’t about what w someone should and threaten $10,000. A lol recently invest hensive Person have to worry uld happen if claim damages to sue for of folks have ■d in Compre il Liability in probably have surance We some of your friends insured. You, too shouli I have this pro tection. It costs as little as $10 Diller Insurance Agency “Diller’s ’olicies Pay” Clarence Diller. Agent Phon s 239-W 125 N. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio Ford Custom “6” Fordor, Heater Ford Custom “8” Tudor, Radio, Heater .... $1495.00 Ford Super Dlx Tudor, Radio, Heater Plymouth Special Dlx Club Coupe ... Hudson, Super six, Heater.................. Ford, Club Coupe, Radio, Heater ... Mercury, Fordor, Radio, Heater Plymouth ...................... Ford, Tudor, Gas Heater .. Terraplane, Radio, Heater Chevrolet .............................. $1495.00 .$1325.00 .$1325.00 950.00 465.00 525.00 250.00 125.00 175.00 110.00 ..$ ..$ $ ..$ ..$ ..$ ..$ Phone 139-T Bluffton, Ohio Special on Permanents During February Only I ing 50% Reduction Permanents im offer mi AH Shop Phone 202-Y o RED BALL BALL-BAND SPORT SHOES PLEASEf at all three vital points!