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Warrant Required For Traffic Arrests Outside Village, Ruling Town marshals can not arrest mo torists they find violating traffic laws outside the limits of their own vil lages without a warrant, but they may arrest, either with or without a war rant, a motorist they find violating the law within their own village and take him before a mayor of any other village in the same county. The fact the violation of an ordi nance as well as a state law does not prevent the marshal from taking the case to the mayor of another village. That was the ruling this week of Attorney General Thoms J. Herbert in an opinion to Col. Lynn Black, State Highway superintendent. Col. Black said, in requesting an opinion, that some marshals make de- Armorsville Esther Gratz and Robt. Matter took supper with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kling ler and family, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry’ Grismore spent a week visiting relatives in Ann Arbor, Detroit and Toledo. Recent callers of Mrs. Jane Rayl were Mrs. John Wilkins, Jr. and child ren, Mrs. A. G. Downey and son Roy al, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dennings, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Matter of Ada Grover Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolfley and daughter, John Warren, Jimmy and Ann Marie An derson, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Robnolte and son of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman spent Sunday with their son Erow Hartman and family of Republic. Elieen Hart man returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and family, Robert Matter, Marjorie Reams, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kimmel, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kimmel, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kimmel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caris and son spent Sunday at Avondale Lake with Mrs. Catherine Welsh, it being her 86th birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and sons attended the state fair, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Klingler and son spent Sunday p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler and son. Miss Esther Gratz took supper with the Chas. Montgomery family, Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Welsh, Mr. and D. C. BIXEL, O.D. GORDON BIXEL, O. D. Eyesight Specialists Open Evenings Citizens Bank Bldg., Bluffton Savings & Loan Bldg., Ada Francis Basinger, D. D. S. Evan Basinger, D. D. S. Telephone 271-W Bluffton, Ohio Footwear for School Wear For the High School Girl and Boy For Grade School Youths FOOTWEAR—to complete the fall outfit for school—new styles sturdily built with plenty of wear in them—you’ll like their lines the minute you see them—and you’ll like the way we have priced them to keep within your budget. You’ll save money by outfitting for school right here—and right now. o \l 0\M ov ’. liberate patrols outside their villages for the purpose of making arrests and taking the offenders to any court in the county they desire. The sole pur pose of making such arrest is collec tion of costs to which they are not en titled when making an arrest under their own village ordinances, Col. Black said. Mayors have final jurisdiction with in their county in traffic misdemean ors where the motorist is not entitled to trial by jury, waives a jury trial or makes a written request for a jury trial. In cases where the maximum penalty is a fine of less than $50 the mayor may refuse to bind the case over to the Grand Jury and exercise final jurisdiction, Mr. Herbert said. Mrs. Merton Moser and children spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and family. Sunday dinner guests at the W. L. Hilty home were: Mr. and Mrs. Ern est Klingler and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Klingler and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Battles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Spellman and dau ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schantz and son, Mrs. Carrie Spellman and granddaughter and Mrs. Eva Mont gomery. Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs. Hannah Swank were Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Zay, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Diller, Joe, Harlan and Chas. Swank. Eva and son, Past week callers of Mrs. Montgomery were Pearl Battles son, Mrs. Walter Schantz and Esther Gratz, Mrs. Carrie Spellman and granddaughter, Mary Spellman. Richland Center Kenneth Luginbuhl of Cleveland spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Basinger and daugh ter and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Marquart and sons spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Hirschfeld and son of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Basinger and daughter Doris Jean spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives in Berne, Ind. Mrs. S. C. Dailey of Findlay spent the past week with her son, Dwight Dailey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhoads, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Alderfer daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz spent Monday evening with Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Unruh and daughter Mildred. and Mr. and Mrs. George Eisenbach of Pandora spent Sunday afternoon at the Amos Gerber home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Coon left Tuesday for their home in Millers burg after spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl. Alice and Bonnie Marquart spent School Opens Next Tuesday now is the time to get ready Thursday with Melvin Marquart. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schautflin and daughter Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and Miss Rachel Schaublin spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz and granddaughter Mary Kathryn. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badertscher called on Will Freyman at the Me morial hospital in Lima, Sunday. Mrs. John Hirschfeld and son Billy of Lima spent Tuesday at the Ed Marquart home. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Messinger and son spent one evening last week at the Amos and Francis Basinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dailey and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dennis and family of Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl and son Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Her bert Coon were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grant and son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Luginbuhl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dailey and sons, Mrs. S. C. Dailey and Mrs. Wm. Clouser spent one evening last week at the Ernest Gratz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son Melvin spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Marquart, Sr. Pleasant View a Mrs. H. S. Green, who suffered heart attack last Monday is improv ing. Dean Dietier was removed from the Bluffton Community hospital to the home of his aunt, Mrs. W. G. Carr, Sunday. He was injured when he was thrown from a motorcycle oper ated by Kenneth Hilty, Friday. Miss Ruth Ann Cook is employed at the Community hospital at Bluff ton. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Clymer of Tru mansburg, N. Y., were guests in the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Green last week. Miss Edith Zimmerly, who is em ployed in the Edgar Chamberlain home in Bluffton spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Len Zim merly and family. Mr. and HMrs. I. R. Harris and family attended he Pendleton reunion at Riverside par, Sunday, The Will Cuppies threshing ring and their families met in the home of J. G. Krautter and family, Friday evening for their business meeting. Ice cream and cake were served. United States wheat prices at present, it is well to re that the world price is the While are low member lowest in history and that farmers in this country are getting 25 to 30 cents more per bushel for wheat than the world price at Liverpool w’ould justify. Wheat sold in Liverpool on July 24 for 48 U cents, the lowest point since 1592. To School in Style go the Rugby Sweaters Smart stuff, these new Sweaters developed by “Rugby” for fellows who want to feel and look right at the same time. Get into one if you want to get into the style-stride that fits campus or class room. FRED GRATZ Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Many New Books Added To Library The public library will be closed next Monday, Labor day it is an nounced by Miss Ocie Anderson, li brarian. The following new books have been added to the library, Miss Anderson stated: For Adults Komroff—Coronet: Heiser—You’re the Doctor Cramp—Hatter’s Castle Kantor—Long Remember Sedgwick —Little French Girl Mantle—Best plays of 1937-1938 Rosman—Will iam’s Room Spring—Shabby Tiger Rosman—Long Hunt. Bennett—Old Wives Tale Dowdey —Gamble’s Hundred Barnes—Years of Grace Thirkell—The Brandon’s Willoughbyr—Spown of the North Frost Collected poems Amateur Craftman’s Cyclopedia. Peter—Without benefit of architect Baldwin—Inevitable town Mathews— The world in which Jesus lived Weatherhead She -her remembers Flexner—Doctors on horseback Par rish—Teacher’s speech Hutchinson Uncertain trumpet Fletcher—Select ed poems Page—Religious resources for personal living id social action Oliver—Good Shepherd Zimmerman —Changing community. Phelps—Autobioj.’iphy with let ters Watkeys—Or ation in science Mayorga—Best one-act plays of 1937 Lee—Outlived Bible Walkup—Dres sin the past Young heart Clark—Mana■Is chemistry Chanter— ing. —Storm in her of modern Self worth hav- hing Fowler— Anderson—We Latzke—Modern cl( Social life at Rome Americans Anderson—Slave of Cati line Church—Roman life in the days of Cicero Bergson—Matter and mem ory Kingsley—Titus a comrade of the cross Anderson—With the eagles. White—Song of the sirens Nye— Practica 1 aeronoutical engineering Byrne—Hangman’s house Byrne— Field of honor Rawlings—Golden ap ples Salatini—Lost king Rinehart— Circular staircase Norris—Heart of Rachel Bailey—Burning beauty Hil ton—We are not alone Doyle—Hound of the Baskervilles Bailey—Peacock feathers Bailey—I’ve been to Lon don Baldwin—Enchanted oasis Saw yer—Gallant Connor—Corporal Cam eron London Burning daylight Rinehart—Tish marches on. Porter—Daughter of the land Reed—Bible homes and homes today Hill—Brentwood Eastman—How to make good pictures Atherton—Dido, Queen of heart Davis—Uncle Sam’s attic Lin—Our family Timbres— We didn’t ask Utopia. For Juveniles Montgomer— knne of Ingleside Montgomery—Jpne of Lanternhill Montgomery—Anne of Windy pop lars Lindberg—“We Wiggins— New chronicles of Rebecca Burnett— Little Princess Mason—Woodcraft Hooper—Circus boat. Streatfiehi—Circus shoes Burgion ,—Lost Island Russell—Wreck of the Grosvenor Swan—Deep water days Swan—Covered wagon days Ewan— Anchors aweigh! Milne—Magic hill and other stories. Heisenfelt -Children of Holland Grover—Sunbonnet babies in Italy Grover—Overall boys in Switzerland Headley—How other people travel Yule—In kimono land Seachrest— Greek photoplays Seachrest—Egyp tian photoplays Montgomery—Emily of new’ nioonjHeyliyer—Don Strong, Patrol leader. Abbott—To have, to keep Corner— Attaining i mon Creel photography Dopp—Not so long ago Curtis—Boats Mohr,Egytians of long ago. hood Carter—Persim Neblette Elementary Sales Tax Receipts Greater This Year Sales tax collections in Allen county are running mere than $23,000 ahead of last year’s receipts, it was disclosed Saturday by Don H. Ebright, state treasurer. Last week’s sales tax receipts in the county amounted to $5,920.63, an aggregate for this year of $284,587. 63. Real estate tax collections last week were $12,887.97, and $602,961.79 for the curren period. Deadline for last half realty tax payments will be September 10, County Treasurer By ron .Dershem said. Augsburger Reunion R. E. Griffith of near Bluffton was elected president of the Augsburger family reunion at the annual gather ing at Lafayette park. He succeeds Dan Augsburger of Ada. About 100 persons, descendants of the Augsburger family, attended the reunion and joi ied in a picnic dinner at the noon hour. The afternoon was taken over with a program. Election of officers. Newton Robinson of Lima was elected vice president and Mrs. Jess Augs burger of Lima, secretary and treas urer. The fourteenth annual reunion will be held next year at the same pla?e, the third Sunday in August. Those from Bluffton attending were: Mr. and Mrs. John Kohler and son Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Augsbur ger and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Griffith and family. News Want-Ads Bring Results. Dr. M. C. Lehman, who was to have joined the College faculty for the coming year as instructor in philosophy has resigned his position here. Dr. Lehman recently received his doctor’s degree from Yale. He expects to return to Goshen, Ind., where he was formerly a member of the Goshen college faculty. No an nouncement as to his successor has yet been made. George A. Hench of Ohio State university will be the new physics instructor for the coming year. Harvey Beidler, last year’s instruc tor, is the new head of the Celina municipal light plant. Roof work on the new project building is underway this week with J. A. Loganbill supervising. The structure will be completed by Sept. 12. The building will be used to house a chicken dressing establish ment. The first floor will be used to raise chickens in brooders and the Beaverdam Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ralston and family are leaving Friday to make their home in Huntington, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Zellars and Mrs. Grace Cole of Bancroft, Mich., spent the past wreek at Winona Lake, Ind. Mrs. Len Criblez is visiting her daughter Mrs. John Huddleson and family at Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ransbottom of Independence, Kansas, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Barber and daughter Lelia, and Joan Barber of Lorain attended the Delphos Fair, Wednesday. Doyl LaRue has accepted a posi tion as teacher of Vocational Agri culture at Pickerington, Ohio. Mrs. Jim Thomas left Sunday for Oklahoma to visit her brother, »who is reported on the sick list. Ruth Binkley of Lafayette is visit ing this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Bassitt. Mrs. Charles Troxel and daughter Maxine of Oiltown, Okla., were It#■?■ CAMPUS COMMENT Here are the features of the New Beauty rest Mattress— New, deeper coils for in creased comfort. Exclusive Sag-proof edge keeps side walls erect and neat... and brings mid-mattress comfort to the very edge. Deep lay ers of comfortable uphols tery. Many other exclusive For second story will be used for dress ing the chickens. Rev. Cheney from Forest is the owner of this new establishment which will come to the college this fall. He will employ 20 students. His chickens are shipped to hotels and restaurants of numer ous cities of Ohio. He and his family will locate in Bluffton. Miss Marjorie Poston of Ohio State university has been hired as the new instructor in business and economics at Bluffton college for the coming year. She replaces Francis Babione who is working on his Doctor’s degree at Ohio State uni versity. Miss Poston lives in Colum bus. The new French teacher, who is to replace Miss Louise O’Brien, has not as yet been selected. Dr. J. S. Schultz, dean of the col lege, and family journied to Berea, Ky., this week-end to visit his broth er, an instructor in Berea college. guests Wednesday of Mrs. Antha Fackler. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Moore of Youngstown are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Stirn. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Williams, Mrs. Millie Williams, and Miss Adda Yoakum visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nungster in Yoledo. Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Lehhman of Chicago left that city August 19th and traveled through the principal cities and places of interest in Ill., Ind., Tenn., Ky., No. Carolina, So. Carolina, Ga., Ala., and Ohio, travel ing 2300 miles and report a very interesting trip. On their return trip they visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gideon A. Lehman at Beaverdam and other relatives at Bluffton and Pandora. They left for their home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngberg of Lima were Friday afternoon callers of the latter’s father, John Patter son. Mrs. Malinda Bollinger of Green ville is spending the week with Mrs. Catherine Ross. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 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Arnold were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack i Pugh and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van Meter en i tertained with a com and weiner roast Tuesday evening. Those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Bums and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank SIMMON'S Bassitt, Mrs. Ted Thompson and daughter Patty, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Byerly, daughters Ruby, Juanita and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sneary, Mrs. Carl Yost and son Jimmy, Mrs. Cecile Bassitt, Hubert Henry, Bettye Schindler, Lewis Habeggar, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Beery and sons Carl and Delmar. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bender of Toledo announce the arrival of a daughter Betty Joanne on Aug. 18. Mrs. Bender was formerly Adah Mullin, who lived here a few years ago. Melville D. Soash, M. D. The Commercial Bank Bldg. Bluffton, Ohio X-RAY FLUOROSCOPE Telephone 254-W MUNSON R. BIXEL, M.D. Office Hours: 8:30-10 A. M. 1-3 P. M. 7-8 P. M. Office, 118 Cherry St. Phone 120-F Bluffton, O. LOCAL AND LONG I DISTANCE HAULING I Every Load Insured i STAGER BROS. 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