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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1939
Young people of the Methodist
church will hold a strawberry fes
tival in the church basement this
W ednesday night. The public is in
vited.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stearns and
lamily and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nis
wander and family attended com
mencement exercises at Heidelberg
college in Tiffin, Wednesday.
Miss Josephine Niswander, student
at Heidelberg college, Tiffin, is
spending the summer vacation with
he.- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Niswander north of Bluffton.
Last regular meeting of the Bluff
ton Eastern Star chapter before the
summer recess will be held Friday
night. A covered dish supper will
be held at 6:30 preceding the lodge
session at 8 o’clock.
Mrs. Clara Birky McElroy and
two daughters of Manchester, Mass.,
visited at the home of Mrs. Mary
Diller and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Dil
ler and family of Cherry street and
attended College commencement exer
cises the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harder and
daughter of Salem, Oregon, Miss
Pearl Steiner of Silverton and Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Steiner and child
ren of Pioneer, visited Monday even
ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Izira and daughter Eloise of
South Main street.
a
ERAUEN Appointed
Northwestern Mutual Agent
Clarence D. Diller, District Agent, announces the
appointment of Dennis F. Brauen, well known Rich
land Twp. farmer and employee of The Triplett
Electrical Instrument Company as representative of
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company
of Milwaukee for Richland Twp., Orange Twp., Bluff
ton, and vicinity.
His past experience and qualifications enable him
to understand the problems of the citizens in Bluffton
and vicinity and how to fit their needs with the
proper forms of life insurance.
With the ever present hazards of travel con
stantly increasing and the complexities of modern life
constantly growing, Life Insurance is the one vehicle
that is more and more meeting the needs of PRO
TECTION, SAVINGS, and RETIREMENT INCOME
for the average family.
Sherwin- Williams
Adam Steiner attended a Steiner
family gathering at Berne. Ind.,
Sunday.
Wash trousers 98' sanforized
shrunk $1.69, $1.98. $2.45. The
Economy store.
Rev. A. C. Schultz of the Bluffton
college faculty and Mrs. Schultz left
Wednesday for Chicago where they
will spend the summer.
A. L. Damon and family of North
Main street left Wednt sday for Col
umbus where he will take a summer
course in vocational training at Ohio
State university. Daymon is instruc
tor in manual training at the high
school here.
Best poultry litter $2 per bale. The
Bluffton Milling Co. tf
The following persons were enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ami Pifer of Orange Center, Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dieutter and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Dieutter of
Curtice Mr. and Mrs. Edward Florip
of Detroit and Miss Gladys Florip of
Bluffton college.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wells of North
Main street and their daughter, Mrs.
Allen Stauffer of Biglerville, Pa., at
tended the commencement exercises
at Ohio State university, Columbus,
Monday. Their son, William Wells
was a member of the graduating
class, receiving the degree of Bache
lor of Architecture.
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method giving a flock permanent protection against this
terrible disease.
Come in today and let us tell you how Bluffton Milling
Co. C-Ka-Gene Ration will stop Coccidiosis losses for only
about a penny a bird.
Bluffton Milling Co.
THE BLUFFTO:
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: $2.00 per year
in U. S. payable in advance.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mrs. Elmer Ewing and Mrs. Jas.
Lippincott were guests of Mrs. Paul
Myers in Findlay, Friday.
Men's wool worsted suits $12.88
and $14.88. See these very special
values at the Economy store.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Bayless and
son Robert of Toledo called on rela
tives at this place Sunday afternoon.
Lawn and garden seeds in bulk
tested seeds and you save money by
buying in bulk. L. T. Greding, hard
ware.
Miss Phyllis Steiner of Thurman
street had as her house guest this
week, Miss Imogene Neuhauser of
Peoria, III.
The Epworth league of Rockport
and Beaverdam held a wiener roast
at the Rayl quarry in Orange town
ship last Thursday night.
Mrs. D. B. Melvin and daughter
Ruth spent Saturday night and Sun
day at the home of the former’s
brother, Fred Getties and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Schwartz and
family of Columbus spent the first
of the week here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bogart of South
Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nique and
son of near Findlay and Mrs. Bertha
Matter and family attended the
Spallinger family reunion at La
fayette park, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rudy and
daughters Patsy, Georgia and Ruth
of Detroit spent the week end with
his father, Dr. J. F. Rudy of Raw
son and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Althaus mo
tored to Monroe, Mich, Sunday and
were accompanied home by Cleon Al
thaus who taught in the schools of
that city during the past year.
Lemco cedarized storage bags, two
for 25c, keeps your winter clothing
free from moths, dirt, vermin and
dust. Each bag holds several gar
ments. Two bags for 25c. Bas
inger's Furniture store. tf
Mrs. H. F. Staples of Cleveland
and Miss Jean Fretz of Haddon
Heights, N. J., were house guests
during the past week at the home of
Mrs. W. E. Diller and son Milburn
of South Main street.
Mrs. I’hoebe Steiner of Merced,
Calif., former Bluffton resident,
writes in renewing her News sub
scription that part of California has
experienced a cool dry spring, but
that crops are doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson and
children of Moffit station, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Basinger and family of
Pandora and Reno Oberly of Ottawa
visited at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Oberly, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler spent
the week end in Willard with Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Wiebe and family.
They returned home accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox and daugh
ter of Ashtabula who are visiting
here for a week.
Dinner guests at the home of E.
P. Steiner and daughter Lucille, Sun
day, included: Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Steiner and children Paul David and
Marylin Ruth near Bluffton, Mr. and
Mrs. Carey Steiner of Columbus and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manges of near
Findlay.
Miss Frances Pifer, who spent two
weeks’ vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ami Pifer of Orange Cen
ter, will attend summer school at
Bowling Green State university. Miss
Pifer, instructor in the Thorpe school
at Curtice, Ohio, has been re-employ
ed at that place for the coming year.
Complete stock of work clothing,
shirts, pants, overalls, blouses,
gloves and socks always low priced.
The Economy store.
E. P. Steiner east of Bluffton was
in Columbus, Monday attending com
mencement exercises of Ohio State
university where his youngest son
Irvin Steiner was graduated with the
Bachelor of Science degree. He will
remain in Columbus where he is em
ployed in the dairy department of
the university. The other two, Carey
Steiner is superintendent of a large
dairy plant at Columbus and Stanley
Steiner is in the mechanical labora
tory of the Chrysler Motor com
pany in Detroit.
Farmers notice—We have taken
the agency for the Oliver line of
farm machinery. See our display.
If you are in the market for farm
machinery or a tractor, give us a
call. Farmers Grain Co., Bluffton.
Phone 109-W. tf
Callers at the home of Miss Jane
Rayl in Orange township the past
week were: Mrs. Dora Montgomery,
Car) Montgomery, Mrs. Arthur
Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Rob
nolte, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Snyder
and daughter, Mrs. Laura Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oehrli, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Downey and family, Mrs.
Robert Matter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Wolfley and daughter, Mrs. Ervin
Moser, Mrs. Ella Dowret, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Barnes of Lima Miss
Ruth Barnum of Beaverdam and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Amstutz and son
Daryl.
NEWS, BLUFFTON, QHTO
Mrs. F. C. Moran cf Toledo spent
the first of the wek here with her
sister, Mrs. G. R- gart of Cherry
street.
Mrs. Ed. Steiner of South Main
street visited her sister, Mrs. Lee
Bracy in Monroe, Mich., the first of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reusser of
Columbus attended College com
mencement events and visited here
the first of the
Richard Mumma, who was gradu
ated from high school here last
month is attending a summer band
school at Bowline Green State uni
versity.
Mrs. Henry Hall Mt. Vernon and
daughter Mrs. Bonnie Branstool and
son of Attica visited Mrs. Hall’s
mother, Mrs. Peter Oberly of this
place who is ill.
Postmaster and Mrs. Ed Reichen
bach and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bogart
attended a meeting of mail carriers of
the Fourth Congressional district at
Minster, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hauenstein and
family of Bluffton and Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Chidestei and family of
Lima were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Kieffer.
Best poultry’ litter $2 per bale. The
Bluffton Milling Co. tf
Mrs. Lucy Kemmerer and Mrs.
Elizabeth Klingensmith of Findlay
and Mrs. A. C. Spangler of this
place were guests of Mrs. F. L. Todd
of Franklin street, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes and
daughter Rosalie of South Lawn
avenue had for their week end guests
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Duncan and dau
ghter Donna Jean of Genoa and Gail
Rakosky of Marblehead.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bogart of Cher
ry street entertained, Sunday: Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. French of Washing
ton, C. H. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Synd
er of L’rbana Mrs. Al Ossman and
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Hilty of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Hauenstein and
daughter of Marion, accompanied by
Mrs. Hauenstein' mother, Mrs. Law
rence Carlson of Titusville, Pa., w’ere
guests at the horn* Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Hauenstein of South Jackson
street, Monday.
Lawn and garden seeds in bulk
tested seeds and you save money by
buying in bulk. L. T. Greding, hard
ware.
Harry Barnes, instructor in voca
tional agriculture in the high school
here, is in Columbus this week at
tending the annual state meeting of
agriculture instructors held at Ohio
State university. He expects to re
turn Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hauenstein of
Campus Drive motored to Rochester,
N. Y., the latter part of last week
and were accompanied home by their
son, Nelson Hauenstein, student in the
Eastman School of Music who will
i spend the summer vacation here.
U. S. Amstutz of Wisner, Neb., a
former resident of the Settlement,
i visited relatives and friends here the
latter part of last week. Mr. Am
stutz operates a large chick hatchery
at Wisner and is one of the well
known hatchery men of the state.
Miss Eileen Todd and Harvey
Huttenlocher of Cleveland, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Hull of Tiffin were
week end guests at the home of Mr
and Mrs. F. L. Todd. Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Wilch and son of Toledo were
also callers at the Todd home, Sat
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Amstutz, son
Donavin and daughter CeLesta north
of Bluffton spent the week end vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Filhart
and family of Royal Oak, Mich., and
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Filhart and
family of Milford, Mich. They were
accompanied home by Miss Ann Fil
hart of Milford, who is spending
several weeks at the Amstutz home
here.
Removals by Diller ambulance:
Mrs. Herman Hilty from Bluffton
hospital to her home west of town
Mrs. Waldo Wilkins and infant son
from Bluffton hospital to their home
in Orange township Mrs. David Culp
and infant daughter from Bluffton
hospital to their home in Pandora
Robert Oyer from Bluffton hospital
to his home on South Jackson street
Louis Wynl op from Pandora to
Lima Memorial hospital Quittion
Dunbar from Route 25 to Bluffton
hospital Miss Marjorie Shellenberg
from Bluffton hospital to her home
at Crawfis college.
Lemco cedarized side opening
storage bags preserve your winter
garments thru the summer and keep
them free from moths, dirt, vermin
and dust. Each bag holds several
garments. Two bags for 25c.
Basinger’s Furniture store. tf
Those who called during the past
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Leiber and family of south of
Bluffton were: Mr. and Mrs. Ferd
Morris and son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Motter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leiber,
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Leiber, Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin Stettler, T. J. Spencer of Har
rod, Mrs. Anna Matter, Mrs. Bertha
Matter and family, Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. Wiebe and daughter of Willard,
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shadley and
family of McGuffey, Mrs. Anna Gro
man and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Dorman and Mr. and Mrs. Hom
er Chalfin of McGuffey, Mrs. James
Dorman, Leon, Anna Mae Dorman
and Mrs. Sarah Dorman of Bowling
Green Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox and
daughter of Ashtabula Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Marquart and son Melvin, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Matter and family.
Don, Mary Irene and Rose Ann
Long of Rockford are spending the
summer vacation he ,v ... their
grandmother, Mrs. Pa Lor." and
uncle Irvin Long.
Furniture repairing and uphols
tering—when you want it and the
way you want it. See our new
samples of upholstering materials.
Phone us for pickup and delivery
service. Murray Upholstering shop,
1 hurman and Washington Sts.
Phone 285-R.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hagerman
and daughter Donna were called to
Spencerville last week because of the
death of the former’s father, John
W. Hagerman. The father had
visited here in his son’s home for
several weeks and had returned to
his home only a few days before his
death.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Huber and
two daughters of Wooster are spend
ing the summer at Daytona Beach,
Florida. They will be joined by rel
atives from Bluffton who left Mon
day on a motor trip to that place.
Those from here are: Mrs. Elizabeth
Althaus who has been teaching at
Doylestown and Cleon Althaus, in
structor in the schools at Monroe,
Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Long and
family entertained the following
guests at their home in Orange
township, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Balmer, Fostoria Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Chidester, Miss Genevera
Short, Brice, Dale and Dick Chides
ter of Lakewood Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Balmer, daughter Mary
Louise and sons Ralph and Harold,
Miss Alice Balmer, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Amstutz and son James, Mr.
and Mrs. John Marquart and family,
Mrs. G. W. Rower, Miss Vera Diehl
and Merlin Diehl of Lima.
WANT-ADS
Wanted—Poultry and eggs at
highest market price also have
poultry to sell retail. Calvin Steiner,
third house from Electric light plant.
Bluffton phone 212-W. tf
Wanted—To do mower knife grind
ing. Isaiah Welty, West Elm street.7
Wanted—Office or housework by
high school girl graduate two years
typing experience. Inquire 125
Grove St.
Wanted—General housework by ex
perienced girl. Call Bluffton phone
558-Y.
Wanted—Roomers. Inquire News
office.
Wanted—Reed baby buggy will
buy or rent for the summer. Mrs.
T. J. Bryan, 4’2 miles south on
Dixie highway. Address Bluffton
Route 2.
If you have a slaw cutter made
by the Bluffton Slaw Cutter com
pany which is 15 years or more old
and ic in good condition, we will pay
$1 for it and give you a new cutter.
This offer is limited to the first five
to report. C. B. Fett, Bluffton, 0. 8
For rent—House on South Jackson
street. Inquire Mrs. Paul Studler,
Bluffton phone.
For rent—7 room modern house
at 109 E. Elm St. Inquire Wm. B.
Augsburger, 322 N. Main St.
For rent—5 room apartment after
June 15. Mrs. Edith Mann. tf
For rent—Modern apartment also
small business room. W. F. lutzi. tf
For sale—Nice home grown straw
berries. Geo. Schick, 2 miles east and
mile north of Beaverdam. 7
For sale—New Zealand white
rabbits 20 does with litters and
hutches. See R. A. Potts after 5
p. m., 1U miles west of town on
Columbus Grove road.
For sale—Strawberries, 10 cents
per quart or pick them yourself for
7 cents. B. J. Boutwell, 3 miles
east of Orange Center.
For sale—McCormick-Deering In
ternational 1’2 H. P. gasoline en
gine gasoline iron and lamp also
Jersey heifer calf 4 weeks old. Geo.
Huber, phone 542-T.
For sale—Dressed poultry for
broiling, frying, stewing or fricasee.
Mrs. W. A. Amstutz, Bluffton phone
562-W.
For sale—Collie pups. Lloyd Van
Meter, 4 miles northeast of Bluffton.
For sale—Collapsible baby buggy,
almost new cheap. Mrs. Harold Ken
nedy, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Majestic range, excell
ent condition $20. Inquire 575 S.
Main.
For sale—McCormick mower 6 ft.
cut 2 horse wagon, hay ladders in
cluded. Peter Kurtz, Jenera road,
first house north of Olive Branch
church.
For sale—Late and yellow resist
ant cabbage plants. Call phone
592-R.
For sale—Cherries. Irvin Am
stutz, 1 mile south and 1 mile west
of Ebenezer church.
For sale—Auto trailer. Basinger’s
Blacksmith shop, N. Main St. 8
For sale—Farm and city proper
ties. H. W. Althaus.
For sale—Fairbanks-Morse H.
P. gasoline engine. Gid Burkholder,
156 Railroad St.
For exchange—Good 7 room house
with double garage, chicken park and
two lots, well located in Ada will ex
change for Bluffton property, prefer
ably suburban. Inquire J. M. Good,
315 Buckeye Ave., Ada. 7
Lost—Pocketbook containing cur
rency in Bluffton, Friday. Finder
return to Albert Lehman, Pandora.
Liberal reward.
SOCIETIES
and CLUBS
Bridal Shower
Honoring Mrs. Paul Deitler. whose
wedding was a recent event, a shower
was given by Miss Lillian Huber at
her home near Rluffon, Tuesday night.
The evening was spent in contests af
ter which refreshments were served.
The bride received many useful and
beautiful gifts.
Those enjoying the affair were:
Misses Pauline Carr, Marcella Cram
er, Eddythe Badertscher, LaDonna
Deppler, Bernice Zimmerman, Lois
Long. Dorotha Stettler, Marcella Mat
ter, Eleanor Matter, Mrs. Cleland
Amstutz, Patricia Huber. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Deitler, Mrs. Waldo Huber,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Huber and Miss
Lillian Huber.
Compliment Bride-elect
The Misses Rita Hankish and Phyl
lis Trippiehorn entertained in the
Trippiehorn home at a bridge party
complimenting Miss Eleanor Worth
ington, a coming bride.
Many lovely gifts were presented
to the bride-elect at the close of the
evening. Dainty refreshments were
served by the hostesses.
Those present were: Miss Worth
ington .Misses Eleanor and Martha
Niswander. Marcella Steiner. Mrs.
Gerald Berry, Mrs. Lloyd Edwards,
Mrs. Paul Rhoads. Mrs. Nelson Stein
er, Mrs. Arden Baker, Mrs. Carold
Steiner, Misses Marilyn Holmden.
Marcele Lugibill, Alma Hilty, Mrs.
Chas. Hankish, Mrs. A. T. Worthing
ton, Mrs. D. R. Trippiehorn and the
hostesses Miss Hankish and Miss
Trippiehom.
Garden Club
The Garden club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Calvin Steiner, Friday
afternoon. The following program
has been arranged:
Roll call, curious vegetables "The
Lawn and Its Weeds”, Mrs. Ethel
Niswander: Weed flower show by
members. Mrs. Homer Gratz will
be assistant hostess.
To Med in College Chapel
Wedding of Miss Eleanor Worth
ington, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Worthington of this place and
Ralph Locher, son of Mrs. Eph Loch
er of Cleveland will take place in the
Bluffton college chapel, Sunday af
ternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Fol lowing
the wedding a reception will be held
at Ropp hall.
The wedding follows a romance
which had its inception when both
were students in Bluffton college.
During the past year Miss Worthing
ton has been an instructor in Leipsic
high school while Mr. Locher was a
student in Western Reserve Law
'school in Sieveland from which insti
tution he was graduated Wednesday.
Luther League
The Luther league will meet Thurs
day night at 7:30 o’clock at the home
of Rev. W. L. Harmony in Findlay.
Miss Mary Schultz will be the leader.
Transportation will be provided by
Noah Basinger and Mrs. Dorothy
Stratton.
Engagement Announced
Announcement of the engagement
of Miss Alma Hilty, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Hilty of this place to
Russell Mast of Walnut Creek was
made by the bride-elect at an attrac
tively appointed dinner party at her
home here.
The wedding, which will take place
on August 23, is the culmination of
a romance which began while both
were attending Bluffton college from
which they were graduated two years
ago.
Miss Hilty has been teaching in the
schools at Tiro for the past year
while Mr. Mast is a student at Hart
ford Theological seminary, Hartford,
Conn., from which he will be graduat
ed next year.
Guests attending the announcement
dinner party included:
Miss Rita Hankish, Dorothy Schu
macher, Eleanor, Lucille and Martha
Niswander, Eleanor Worthington,
Marcile Lugibill, Betty Bixel, Mareen
Bixler, Emma Detweiler, Juanita
Lora.
Misses Esther Amstutz and Mary
Burkholder, Col. Grove Miss .Selma
Warkentin, Mountain Lake, Minn.
Mrs. Alien Stauffer. Bigglerville, Pa.,
and Miss Margaret Hilty, Pandora.
Presbyterian Social Club
The Presbyterian Social club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Harry
Barnes next Tuesday night. Assist
ant hostesses will be Mrs. Clair Fett
and Mrs. Fred Getties.
Future Homemakers
A meeting of the F. H. A. club will
be held in the home economics room
at the high school Wednesday night
of next week at 7:30 o’clock. All
members planning to go on the camp
ing trip are requested to attend.
Bridal Tea
Complimenting Miss Eleanor Worth
ington, bride-elect of Ralph Locher,
of Cleveland, Miss Eleanor Niswan
der and Miss Jane Rhinehart of Tol
ledo entertained a number of friends
at tea in the Niswander home Friday
afternoon.
Summer flowers were attractively
arranged thruout the home. Musical
PAGE FTVB
numbers were offered by Mrs. Leroy
Pelton. Findlay and Miss Lucille Nis
wander. Miss Worthington was later
presented with a lovely gift of cystal
"ware. Miss Martha Wickham of
assisted the hostesses by
pouring tea.
Guests invited included Miss Worth
ingto'i.
Misms
Mariiyn Holmden, Ed
er. Alma Hilty, Selma
Ma' ntin, Dorothy Schumacher,
Don. L'oyd, F-rn Stuart, Rita
Hankish, Martha Niswander, Marcella
Steiner, Mrs. Arden Baker, Mrs. Wm.
Edwards, Mrs. Gerald Berry.
Out of town guests included Mrs.
Allen Stauffer, High -rville, I‘a. Miss
Martha Wickham and Mrs. Leroy
Pelton. Findlay: Miss Margaret Stein
er, Lima Mrs. Don McDowell, Pan
dora: Miss Josephine Steiner. New
Haven, Conn.
Alpha Gamma Club
Following the regular meeting of
the Alpha Gamma club at the home
of Miss Martelle Steiner, Miss Elean
or Worthington, a coming bride and
member of the club was honored with
a miscellaneous shower.
Present were Miss Worthington,
Mrs. Wilford Steiner, Mrs. Harry Bo
gart. Mrs. Don Patterson, Mrs. Lloyd
Van Meter, Mrs. Orden Smucker. Mrs.
Arden Baker, Mrs. Wm. Edwards,
Misses Carolyn Romey, Eleanor and
Elvira Niswander and Marcella Stein
er.
Entertain for Bride
For the pleasure of Mrs. Paul Deit
ler, a recent bride, Mrs. Cleland Am
stutz and Miss Beulah Huber enter
tained at a miscellaneous shower in
the latter’s home, Friday night. The
evening was spent informally after
which refreshments were served. The
bride received many useful gifts.
Guests were: Mrs. Deitler, Mrs.
Sidney Huber, Mrs. Howard Moser
and daughter Carolyn, Mrs. Earl Der
ringer and daughter Shirley, Mrs. Al
bert Augsburger, Mrs. Martha Rada
baugh. Mrs. Paul Motter and daught
er Carolyn, Mrs. Ben Motter, Mrs.
Mary Deppler, Mrs. Elmer Lauby,
Mrs. W. H. Huber, Miss Ladonna
Deppler, Lillian Huber, Marilyn
Lauby, Josephine Augsburger. Treva
Motter, Patricia Huber, Mrs. Clelland
Amstutz and Miss Beulah Huber.
Most people are anxious to get al
most anything for nothing, but they
draw the line at free advice.
NOTICE
The Amstutz Cannery will
open for the season on Friday,
June 16 and operate every Tues
day and Friday until further
notice.
Amstutz Cannery
North of Bluffton on College Rd.
Bluffton phone 635-Y
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W. r. lutzi
Postoffice Bldg.
Dependable Insurance for
Dependable People
Bonds for almost every purpose.
CT AD
THEATRE
1 11 Bluffton
AIR CONDITIONED
WEDNESDAY
PACIFIC LINER
Victor McLaglen
THUR. FRI. SAT.
I
ANITA
LOUISE HU
the greatest picture of her
career.
SUN. MON.
The Three Musketeers
Don Ameche
The Ritz Bros.

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