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THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1939
Former Pastor Here
Dies In Los Angeles
Rev. J. B. Baer, 81, former Bluff
ton pastor and for many years
prominent in affairs of the Mennon-
inte church died at his home in Los
Angeles, Calif., last Thursday. Fun
eral services followed by interment
were held in that city, Saturday.
He is survived by his wife who is
reported improving after a recent
serious illness.
Rev. Baer came to Bluffton in
1894 as a traveling minister and
was made pastor of the Ebenezer
and St. John Mennonite churches in
1900. Shortly thereafter when a
separate congregation was formed
in Bluffton he also became pastor of
this group and was active in the
movement which led to the construc­
tion of the First Mennonite ehurch
here and its subsequent dedication
in 1906.
in Bluffton, Rev. Baer and
associates purchased the
Milling company and he
served as president of the organiza
tion until shortly before he moved
This Bank will be closed all day
on Labor Day, Monday,
September 4
The Citizens National Bank
Phone 398-W today for morning
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4 Two shapesi
west in 1908.
Leaving Bluffton, Rev. and Mrs.
Baer located first in Summerfield,
Ill., and a few years later moved to
Aberdeen, Idaho. About fifteen years
ago they moved to Los Angeles
where they have since resided.
Ivan Geiger Principal
At Van Buren School
Ivan Geiger, formerly of Bluffton,
a teacher at Van Buren High school
for the* past six years, has been
promoted to principal, it was an
nounced last week.
Geiger’s first teaching position was
at Van Buren, a post he took after
graduating from Bluffton college. He
also attended Bluffton high school
and is the son of Mrs. Sarah Geiger
of Cherry street.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Oberly had as
their guests Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Basinger and family of
Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wil
son and family of Moffit Station,
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rusmeisel of
Bath township. I
are happy
to announce
that six of Bluffton's
stores and two of the
rants are serving
Paul L. Detwiler
Proprietor Hy-Grade Dairy
leading food
best restau-
A. & P. Tea Co., Barnes Grocery, Bas­
inger Bros. Meat Market, Bigler
Market, City Market, Amos Gratz
Restaurants: Hub Restaurant, Pine’s
Also Hy-Grade Dairy Depot.
Bros. Meat
Four utensils in one. You will
use it three times a day. See
uses below. Does work of
$6.20 worth of separate uten
sils. A new large size with
2-qt. top pan, 3-qt. bottom, fine mesh wire
basket. Also smaller size $1.89. Use it as a:
Beautiful Radiant-fin-. ---------,----- --serves
ish Aluminum. Broad'*’ dozen buns..
%-Qt. handles. 1%-qt, $1.59.
2-cup $169 12-cup $2.49
4-cup $1.79 16-cup $3.75 6-up l-cup
Warms and a
14 ft
salads, desserb. Sta
_____ Stain
resisting. 1-qt., 39c.
3 pieces: 11-in. griddle,
I y 3
turner, cover. Use grid-
I die also for frying, broiling.
Your choice of
sizes in this
percolator, a
sure maker of
good coffee.
Flat bottoms,
round, easy
dean corners.
Easy- clean
»189 ^98
1’4, 2 and 3-Qt.
I Cavan, 69c a set.
T. GREDING Hardware
B. F. BIERY, Buainees Mgr.
A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
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Printing Co.
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in U. S. payable in advance.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Miss Betty Mae Binkley of Lafay
ette spent Wednesday with Miss Al
berta Sumney.
Specials on work shirts 69 cents
and covert work pants 97 cents. The
Economy store. 20
Mrs. Anna George of Leipsic is
spending the week with Miss Alice
Ludwig of Poplar street.
Mary Christine Fett of Lima is
spending a week at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. Eli Fett.
Mrs. Homer Green who has been ill
with heart trouble at her home in
Union township is improving.
Evan Sommer, residing near Bluff
ton will enter Ohio State university
this fall in the college of education.
Mrs. Nelson Herr and sons spent
Tuesday at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sutter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jefferies of Find
lay were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Warren in Orange
township, Friday night.
Robert Stratton spent part of last
week at the home of Robert Welty
a former class mate, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hiram Welty at Cecil.
Donald Lora of Warsaw, Ind.,
spent over the week-end with his
grandmother, Mrs. Peter Lora, and
daughter Clara of South Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alspach ana
family of Detroit visited over the
week end with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Matthey and O. O. Als
Mrs. Gertrude Burnfiel and Mrs.
Ardine Ward of Findlay were sup
per guests of Mrs. Peter Lora and
daughter Clara of South Main street
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pierce of Ada
Miss Ola Long, of Paulding and
Mrs. Emma Sheueman, of Sugar
Creek, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Long, Tuesday.
Amos Thut is making preparations
to rebuild his large hay barn on
South Mound street blown down by
the tornado which swept this section
nearly three weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steiner and fam
ily of Poplar street entertained Sun
day, his brother Harvey Steiner, wife
and daughter Margaret Louise of
Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Gideon
Geiger of Lima.
Mrs. Dwight Nichols of Johnstown,
Pa., who with her husband and fam
ily are visiting the Faze families here,
was the guest speaker at a mission
ary society meeting in Venedocia,
Wednesday afternoon.
The Irene Beauty shop, Rawson,
is open every day also every even
ing by appointment only. Call
phone 10, Rawson. 18
Mr. and Mrs. John Marquart and
sons Marion and John Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Rower of Lima attend
ed the eigth annual convention of the
International Twins association held
at Ft. Wayne, Sunday. Mrs. Mar
quart and Mrs. Rower are twins.
Rev. and Mrs. .A .Weed have as
guests in their home for the week
their son, Dwight Weed, student at
Garrett Biblical institute, Evanston,
Ill., and a niece, Miss Joan DeLong of
Columbsu, both of whom will partici
pate in services at the Methodist
church here on Sunday morning.
Try Cho-Cho, the frozen malted on
a stick, something new get acquaint
ed special Saturday and Sunday, one
at regular price 5 cents and buy an
other for one cent. Daily special on
ice cream pint 10 cents, quart 20
cents, fresh every day. The Hankish
Fruit store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. lutzi of Grove
street entertained, Sunday: Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Bowlus, Sr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Bolus, Jr., and infant
son all of Trenton Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Kraft and three children of Birm
ingham, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Lel
and Diller and two children of this
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hamilton who
have been visiting his mother Mrs. J.
J. Hamilton of Poplar street, left on
Wednesday for the home in Kansas
City. Mr. Hamilton who is connected
with a hoisting and shovel engineer
ing firm was enroute home accompan
ied by his wife, after a business trip
to New York city.
The annual Ohio conference of the
Methodist church will convene at Del
aware next Tuesday afternoon and
will continue in session until the fol
lowing Monday. Representing the
church here will be the pastor, Rev.J
A. Weed and lay delegate Prof. A. J.
B. Longsdorf with Mrs. A. T. Worth
ington as alternate.
In honor of Rev. and Mrs. Dwight
Nichols and family of Johnstown, Pa.,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sumney and
family entertained at a basket dinner
Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCash
in and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Fazp, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faze and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Gail Lippin
cott and family all of Lima Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Staver of Eida Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Faze and family and A. S.
Faze and Mrs. Mary Lugibill of Bluff
ton. Afternoon callers were Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Faze and famiy and Mrs.
Linna Faze of Lima.
Mrs. Lee Peterman of Rawson is
a patient in the Bluffton hospital.
Mary Christine Fett of Lima was
a supper guest of Marjorie Stratton
Tuesday evening.
Dr. C. P. Krohn uf Morrow county
called on friends in Eluffton and vi
cinity last Sunday.
Mrs. Frances Augsburger spent
the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Camp in Chicago.
Dr. J. F. Rudy, former Bluffton
physician, who recently practised at
Rawson, is now located in Jenera.
Claude Young, accompanied by his
sister, Mrs. Nolie Todd of Cleveland
spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Ramer and family.
First regular meeting of Bluffton
Eastern Star chapter for the fall
season will be held Friday night at
the Masonic hall at 8 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Fish and
son Bernard returned home Satur
day after spending a week visiting
friends and relatives at Chandler
ville, Ill.
Mrs. Lester Niswander of Lawn
avenue had as her house guest last
week her sister, Mrs. M. E. Knapp
and daughters Mary Jane and Joyce
of Peru, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Cooney spent
several days the past week in Michi
gan at the home of Mr. Cooney’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooney
at Goodrich, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ranier and fam
ily entertained last Thursday, Mrs.
Joe Brown and children of Mansfield
and also Mr. Rainer's sister, Mrs.
Ocie Simons of Vanlue.
Miss Vernice McElroy of South
Main street will leave the first of next
week for Vaughnsville to resume her
position as an instructor in the high
school at that place for the coming
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn and Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Steiner were guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hahn
and family of Lima. The occasion
being the birthday anniversary of
Mr. Hahn.
Mrs. Donald Stratton and daugh
ters Margaret Louise and Dorothy
spent the latter part of last week in
Cecil, Ohio, at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Winterhalter
and family.
Miss Alice Ludwig of Poplar street
and her guest Mrs. Anna George of
Leipsic, accompanied by Mrs. Orrin
Guin north of Bluffton spent Wednes
day in Lima visiting at the home of
Mrs. Eli Steiner.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger
and sons entertained Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Stratton and daugh
ters Marjorie and Marvel, Miss Mar
garet Romey, Glen Jones and Gerald
Hilty of Berne, Ind.
Steiner Geiger and family have
moved to Green Springs, east of
Tiffin, where he will resume his
teaching duties in the high school
for the coining year.
(Run in Want Ads)
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 Gram Co., Bluffton.
Phone 109-W. tf
Misses Marjorie and Marvel Strat
ton who have spent the past week
visiting friends at Berne, Indiana,
returned home Saturday evening, ac
companied by Miss Margaret Romey,
Glen Jones and Gerald Hilty, who
spent the week end here.
Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Armentrout
and family entertained over the
week end Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rice
and family of Butler, Mo., and Mr.
and Mrs. Pleasant Rice of Warrens
burg, Mo. Mrs. Melvin Rice is a
sister of Rev. Armentrout.
Removals by Diller ambulance:
Mrs. Louis Macke from Bluffton hos
pital to her home on Allen-Hancock
line Kenneth Hilty and Dean Dietier
from Route 103 east of Bluffton to
Bluffton hospital Mrs. C. D. Wells
from St. Rita’s hospital to her home
in Ottawa.
Mrs. Peter Lora of South Main
street accompanied her sister, Mrs.
Lewis Niswander and daughter-in
law of Columbus Grove, to Cincinnati
where they visited with their broth
ers Ed and Bert Schifferly and
families Tuesday and Wednesday of
last week.
Glenn Slusser who has been engag
ed this summer in graduate study at
Duke university, Durham, North Car
olina, spent the week end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Slus
ser and family. He left Monday for
his home in South Amherst where he
has been re-employed as high school
instructor in history and biology.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Balmer,
daughter Mary Louise and sons
Ralph and Harold, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Amstutz, Alice Mae and
James Amstutz, Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Long, Lois. Dorothy and Melvin
Jr., Miss Alice Balmer, Merlin
Diehl, Rayon Boutwell and Francis
Lugibihl were supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Balmer of Fostoria
last Sunday evening.
Mi. and Mr-. Ross Bogart of Cher
ry street and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
French of Washington, D. C., return
ed Monday night from a month’s mo
tor trip to Portland Oregon, where
they attended the National Rural Let
ter Carriers convention August 15 to
18. M’. n -art was the delegate
.! i the Ohio state organization and
Mrs. Bogart represented the state
women’s auxiliary. The party also
visited the San Francisco exposition
and points of interest enroute.
Wheat Stages
Brisk Market
Recovery Here
II7HEAT which a month ago
dropped to 59 cents, the low
est price in seven years, staged a
sharp recovery in the market
here dining the past week. High
point of the current rise was
made last Friday when 68 cents
a bushel was quoted. Current
price Wednesday was 65 cents.
Ray Staater of Chicago visited the
past week with his sister, Miss
Zanna Staater of South Main street.
Mrs. Harry Ewing, a patient in
the district tuberculosis hospital at
Lima has returned to her home in
Orange township.
Furs remodeled and repaired.
Mrs. Mae Matthews, 110 S. Lawn
avenue. 18
We will re-upholster and repair
your furniture, making it mighty
near like new—and at a fraction of
the cost. Estimates without obli
gation. Murray Furniture Repair,
Washington and Thurman Sts. Phone
Misses Mary Elise and Kathryn
Jane Springer, daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. James Springer of Peoria, Ill.,
are spending a month at the home
of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Stepleton of North Lawn
Mrs. Beulah Temple Wild of
Houston, Texas, formerly of Bluff
ton, visited here Monday. She was
accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. N. A.
Tingley of Van Wert. Mrs. Wild
has been connected with the Houston
school system for a number of years
as a psychatrist.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Amstutz and
family north of Bluffton had as
their guests the past week Mrs.
Amstutz’s mother, Mrs. R. Branden
burg and Mr. and Mrs. Brice Brand
enburg of Oxford. They returned
home accompanied by the latter’s
daughter Lily Lue who has been
visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steiner and
family of near Sterling spent the
week end at the home of his father,
E. P. Steiner and daughter Lucille
east of town and attended the
Steiner family reunion on the Col
lege campus, Sunday.
Mrs. Clarence Fritz of Lansing,
Mich., and Alex Fullerton of Rock
port caled Saturday at the Mrs. Eva
Kohli home on West Elm street.
Mrs. Eva Kohli and family visited
Sunday at the home of Thomas
White in Columbus Grove.
Mrs .Margaret Steingraver Adams
formerly of this place and Mrs. Fred
Moyer of Mt. Cory who recently left
for the west have arrived in Oak
land, Calif., where they are visit
ing at the home of the former’s
daughter, according to word received
by friends here the first of the week.
Kenneth Deppler and Dan Merrill
of Columbus stopped at the home of
the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Deppler of South Main street
Sunday. They were enroute to Col
umbus after a week's vacation in
Mr. and Mrs. Mance Anderson and
daughter, accompanied by his mother,
Mrs. John Anderson all of Red Lion.
Pa., left Tuesday for their home after
spending several days visiting the
Anderson relatives in Bluffton and
Orange township.
Mrs. Adella Oyer, instructor in the
Graed schools, underwent a major
operation at Bluffton hospital, Sat
urday. Mrs. Oyer will be unable to
resume her teaching duties at the
opening of school next week and
Mrs. Mildred Bixel Hartman will
substitute during her absence.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Plenert and son
James, accompanied by Mrs. Elmira
Bechtel and Miss Cornelia Froese of
Philadelphia motored here and spent
the week end with Mrs. Plenert’s
brother, Dr. and Mrs. W M. Niswan
der and family of South Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Neuenschwand
er of this place and their son Rhuel
Niswander and daughter Patricia of
Sylvania are expected to return the
latter part of this week from a
motor trip to California. They left1
here early in August accompanied
by the formers’ daughter, Miss
Evelyn Niswander who sailed August
18 from Los Angeles for the
Hawaiian islands where she Will.’
teach during the coming year.
Transformer trouble resulted in
two interruptions of electric service
here during the past week. The
first interruption occurred last Wed
nesday night when part of the busi
ness section was in darkness for
about a half-hour, due to the blow
ing out of a fuse. The second in
terruption occurred Tuesday night at
8:30 o’clock when a transformer on
South Main street was burned out
during a comparatively mild elec
trical storm. Repairs were made on
the transformer and service resumed
Wednesday morning.
The Montgomery family reunion
will be held at Ada Community park
on Sunday, Sent. 3. Pres., Charles
Montgomery Sec., Helen Montgom
The annual Badertscher reunion
will be held on the Bluffton college
campus, Sunday, Sept. 3. A. O.
Badertscher, Pres. Ralph E. Bader
tscher, Sec’y.
Sister Of Dr. S. K.
Mosiman Dies
Funeral services were held in
Trenton, Ohio, Tuesday afternoon
for Mrs. Ella Mosiman Augsburger,
66, sister of Dr. S. K. Mosiman of
this place.
Mrs. Augspurger died Saturday in
a Middletown hospital. Surviving
are her husband, one son and two
daughters. Dr Mosiman and D. W.
Bixler attended the funeral services,
Tuesday. Interment was made in
Trenton cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. James Irvin and
grandchild Jacklene of Marion, spent
the week end at the Albert Kempf
home east of Bluffton.
Mrs. Elmer Klay and children of
West Elm street returned the first
of the week from New York city
where they visited relatives and at
tended the W’orld’s fair.
We will start operation of our
cider mill on Wednesday, Sept. 6 and
each Wednesday thereafter until
further notice. Augsburger Fruit
Farm. Phone 648-W.
Mrs. Louis Macke is convalescing
at her home, the Bertsche property
on the county line, following an op
eration for appendicitis which she
underwent at the Bluffton hospital.
Miss Iona Good, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Good is visiting
here. She will return to Amherst,
Saturday to resume her teaching
duties in the schools at that place
for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Newman of
Washington, D. C., are spending the
week visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Jesse Bracy and family
of South Lawn avenue and also S.
V. Heckathorn on Grove street.
A fishing party returned Monday
after two weeks at Lake Wilberforce
in Canada. Members of the group
were M. M. Bogart, E. C. Stultz,
Hiram Wenger and A. S. Faze of
Bluffton and Frank Stultz of Co
Misses Helen Maxwell, Alice Lewis
and Luella Morrison, nurses at the
Bluffton hospital, accompanied by
Miss Maxwell’s mother, Mrs. Eliza
beth Maxwell, returned Monday
night from a month’s motor trip to
California where they visited the
San Francisco exposition and other
points of interest.
Wanted—Poultry and eggs at
highest market price also have
poultry to sell retail. Calvin Stainer,
third house from Electric light plant
Bluffton phone 212-W. tf
Loans on farm lands at 4%^.
Write Herbert Lee Blye, P. O. Box
773, Lima, Ohio. 20
For sale—Pickles. Orlando Lugin
buhl, 4 miles west of town.
For rent—Three furnished light
housekeeping rooms, garage reason
able. Inquire 507 N. Main St.
For sale—Dressed chickens, de
livered every Saturday. Mrs. Wel
don Luginbuhl, phone 548-T.
Wanted—Housework. Experienced.
Geraldine Binkley, care Mrs. Robt.
Nonnamaker, 3 miles north on Dixie.
The cider press on the Hochstettler
farm is operating six days each
week during the season. C. M.
Dellinger. 21
Nursing or convalescing home at
624 S. Main St., Bluffton, conducted
by Mrs. Adelaide Foltz, registered
nurse. Call phone 343-R.
For rent—3 modern rooms, private
entrance and bath also garage.
Harvey Jones, 518 S. Main St. 19
For sale—Eating and cooking
apples. Augsburger Fruit Farm.
Phone 648-W.
For sale—Bartlett pears. Mrs. A.
Graber, Bluffton phone 529-T.
Wanted—College girl wants place
to work for room and board. Exp.
Ref. furnished. Irene Poe, McComb,
Ohio. Phone 1120.
For sale—Estate kitchen range in
good condition also dining table.
Carl J. Landes, phone 474-Y.
For rent-—Modem 5 roopi house
with bath. Inquire 127 Spring St.
For sale—Modern property i n
Bluffton. Inquire News office. 19
For sale—Nice comb honey and
canning pears crab apples and good
cooking apples also good vinegar.
E. P. Steiner, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Lard. Homer Spall ing
er, 1 mile east of Beaverdam.
For sale—Fallen and cider apples
also plums. Mrs. Sarah Diller, Bluff
ton phone 524-W.
For sale—Sweet apple cider. Levi
Althaus, Bluffton phone 541-W.
For sale—Concord grapes 50c
large basket. Mrs. Lillie Manahan,
Beaverdam phone 342.
For sale—Second hand lumber
from hay barn blown down by storm.
Amos Thut, phone 238-W.
For sale—Lloyd Loom baby buggy
also walker, both in good condition.
Phone 109-W.
For sale—Small house, modern ex
cept furnace. Wm. Burkholder, on
Candler farm north on Dixie.
For sale—Blue Concord grapes.
Clarabelle Owens, phone 547-R.
For sale Grapes. Edgar Bixel,
Bluffton phone.
For sale—Sugar pears. M. S.
Burkholder, 2 miles west of Bluffton.
Phone 634-T. tf
For sale—Potatoes, 50 cents per
bushel and up. Clarence Steiner,
Bluffton phone. tf
Used radios, electric and battery
sets $5 and up. All reconditioned
Brauen’s Radio service.
Mr. and Mrfc Zent and two sons
of Goshen, Ind., were Sunday visi
tors at the home of E. S. Lape and
family of Grove street.
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Baldwin and
family of Adrian, Mich., visited over
the week end at the home of W. B.
McGeorge and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hilbish and
sons of Cuyahoga Falls are spending
several days with Ralph Stearns and
family of Spring street.
David Stearns, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Stearns of this place ac
companied his aunts, Misses Mamie
and Erma Stearns of Upper San
dusky to Alpena, Mich., where they
are visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Tesla Stearns.
Visitors at the Herbert Rupright
home here Sunday included: Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Clark of Lafayette Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Rupright and
daughter of Ney and Miss Thelma
A number from this place have
visited Henry Ford’s Greenfield vil
lage at Dearborn, Mich., during the
past week. The village, a replica
of an early American town also in
cludes a museum featuring that
period. Among those who were
there during the past week were:
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Greding and fam
ily, Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Unruh and
daughter Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Ger
hard Buhler and family, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Warren and their guests
Mr. and Mrs. Lehr Warren and
family and D. G. Patterson of
Shreveport, La.
Farm and
City Properties
H. W. Althaus
Phone 189-R
Bring in your coupon
card at once. Remember
50c off on watch cleaning
until September 1.
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