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PAGE SIX
Beaverdam
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moser announce
the arrival of a daughter on May 14.
Miss Bertha Nelson of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Nelson.
Mrs. Carrie Durkee was a Friday
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Fens
ler at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jennings,
Clarence Koogler and Miss Delpha
Koogler are enjoying a motor trip
to Brownsville, Texas.
Scott Heiser of Lima Miss Doris
Post of Elida Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Bridges were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Gooder
ding.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers and
daughter Delores of Lima spent
Sunday with Mrs. Ella Yant.
Mrs. W. C. Lacock entertained
fifteen children Saturday afternoon
in honor of her son Robert Allen. It
being his 6th birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Yant and
Mrs. Lillie Anderson were week end
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weav
er and family at Fremont.
Mr. Harry Sawyer and daughter
of Armeda, Mich. Mr. and Mrs.
Orin Sawyer of Van Wert were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Abbie John.
Miss Esther Hochstettler spent the
week end with Miss Carol Fem
Anderson.
Mrs. Harry Beach of Lima was
elected President of the Alumni,
which was held at the high school
Saturday evening. Russell Augs
burger, Vice President and Miss
Helen Cook Treasurer and Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Boyer of Hud
son, Mich. were Saturday afternoon
callers of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lippincott of
Lima spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Emma Vinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bittner of
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1935 PLYMOUTH TUDOR—
Here is a lot of cheap trans
portation for someone looking
for a car in this class. We
want you to take this car out
and drive it yourself—you be
the judge of its performance—
still a lot of get up
and go and it’s
yours for
1935 FORD TUDOR—Here’s a
Ford in good condition—noth
ing wrong with it except that
the owner wanted a Chevrolet
—and that’s why this car is
on our floor. Equipped with
radio, newiy painted and lots
of service here for someone
who knows a good buy when
it comes along. We
Sylvania spent the week end with
the latter’s father, C. A. Stoodt.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Lacock spent
Thursday at Cincinnati attending a
medical meeting.
Mrs. Elmer Miller of Findlay is
spending the week with her mother,
Mrs. Victoria Hunter.
Mrs. E. A. Youngberg was a Mon
day visitor of her father J. E.
Patterson.
Lester Piper, a radio operator on
the U. S. S. Badger, stationed at
Norfolk, Va., is spending a two
weeks’ vacation with Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Foltz and Phillip Piper.
Mrs. Glen Robinson, daughters
Hazel and Frances, Mrs. Win. Ruck
los and daughter Nell Rose, all of
Van Wert, attended the commence
ment Friday evening at the high
school.
Mrs. Frank Plaugher of Detroit,
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Plaugher of
Ind., were Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs. Emma Jane Barber and son
Frank.
Doyle Larue of Pickerington spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yarger of
Muncie, Ind, were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yarger
and family.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Estate of G. W. Younr, Deceased.
Notice la hereby given that Charles Young-,
whose Poet Office address is 317 S. E. 17th
St.. Oklahoma City. Okla., has been duly
appointed and qualified as executor of the
Estate of G. W. Young, late of Allen County,
Oh io. deceased.
Dated this 2nd day of May, 1940.
RAYMOND P. SMITH,
Judge of the Probate Court,
4 Allen County, Ohio.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Estate of Martha M. Kadebaugh, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that William M.
Radebaugh. whose Post Office address is
117 E. Main St.. Bellevue, Ohio, has been
duly appointed and qualified as administra
tor of the Estate of Martha M. Radebaugh,
late of Allen County. Ohio, deceawed.
Dated thia 7th day of May, 1940.
RAYMOND P. SMITH.
Judge of the Probate Court.
5 Allen County, Ohio.
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We want to place the cash in your hands so you can go out
and shop for the biggest bargains in town ... So you can
square up bills along the way and balance your family
budget too. Our time is yours, so stop in real soon for a
spring cash round-up. Tell us your needs—$10 to $1000.
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All Cars Specially Reduced for Decoration Day
1937 CHEVROLET TRUCK—
Here is one of the best truck
bargains we have offered in a
long time. It is completely
overhauled and motor is in
extra good condition. The 157 r2
inch wheel base and ton
capacity makes it adaptable for
a lot of profitable hauling.
Here’s a real opportunity
for some one. Best
of ail we’ve marked
it down to....
Steiner Chevrolet Sales
BluSSton, Ohio
^CHEVROLET DEALER e
Rockport
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cupp and
daughter Nancy of Findlay spent
last Wednesday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Cupp.
R. W. Parmenter and daughter
Gail and Mrs. Lysle Parmenter of
Lima and Mrs. Alvin Whisler of
Ocean Side, Calif., were Friday
afternoon guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Marshall. Mrs.
Whisler is now visiting friends in
Bluffton and vicinity.
Mrs. Herbert Marshall attended a
meeting of the Poinsettia club in the
home of Mrs. W. H. Gratz in Bluff
ton last Thursday evening where she
appeared on the program in a talk
on “The Way the People are
Thinking”.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Schoonover
and little daughter of Hillsdale,
Mich., who recently spent a year in
this vicinity, were here Sunday for
services in the Presbyterian church.
Friends of Mrs. Otis McBride of
Lima will be grieved to learn of
her very serious illness in the home
of her brother L. D. Risser near
Pandora. Mrs. McBride underwent
a gall bladder operation several
weeks ago, after which she has
gradually grown w’eaker and little
hope is entertained for her recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry made
a business trip to Croton last Thurs
day.
Among the friends of Miss La
Donna Campbell who heard her
voice recital at Lehr Auditorium in
Ada last Tuesday evening were:
Mesdames W. E. and Orlo Marshall,
D. C. Campbell and daughter Eliza
beth of this place Mrs. Don Long
and daughter June of Delphos Rev.
Armentrout and Dick Munima of
Bluffton Edwin, Phoebe and Emma
Basinger of Columbus Grove.
Patrons in this vicinity have been
busy attending commencement fes
tivities in the Beaverdam, Columbus
Grove and Bluffton schools over the
week end. Beaverdam schools closed
Friday and this is the final week at
the other two schools. Among local
seniors are Kenneth Marshall, Mary
Jane Mayberry and Elizabeth Camp
bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hostettler of
Mansfield were Sunday afternoon
callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Orlo Marshall.
Miss LaDonna Campbell of Ada
and her friends Mrs. Willard Ellis
and Miss Marijayne Stanstel of
Wooster were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell and
daughter Elizabeth. In the after
noon Mrs. Ellis who is a Junior in
the Conservatory of Music in
Wooster College gave a piano recital
to a small group of friends at the
Rockport Presbyterian church.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Marshall and
son Robert spent Sunday with Miss
Madeline Bixel in Rittman.
Mrs. Edwun Cupp of Findlay and
Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter of Pandora
were guests when Mrs. J. O. Cupp
0 ATTRACTIVE ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD CAR
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2 CHEVROLET TUDORS—
1929 Models—We’ve got two
of the 1929 Chevrolets on our
used car list—and we are
offering your choice of these
cars. Come in early and pick
out the best one. Neither
of them will last long
at the price we are
asking of ___ ____ ....
1929 DODGE SEDAN—Don’t
look at the year model—look
at the car. It’s had two
owners, both of whom took
extra good care of it. Good
tires and a good clean job
thruout. It show's its worth in
performance and we want you
to drive it then see
where we have priced M)3
it—way down to ...
1926 BUICK MASTER TUDOR
Here’s a Buick in good condi
tion—two new tires, motor
runs like a ribbon—this car
has been well cared for—up
holstering in extra good shape
—a clean job through and
through. We can’t sell it for
what it’s worth because it’s a
1926 model—it’s really
worth a lot more than
our price of
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
jMJgBER
HAO LITTLE VM.UE
TILL VUZCANtZiNG WAS
DISCOVERED ANO FWENTEU.
7UOAX THANKS TO
research, more than
90,000 AFFERENT
RUBBER PRODUCTS
ARE IN USE!
entertained the Profit and Pleasure
club last Wednesday afternoon.
A. H. Marshall was a Sunday
dinner guest in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Marshall.
THE POCKETBOOK
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The Memorial Day services will
be held in the M. E. Church Thurs
day morning with the Rev. Davidian
of the Central Church of Christ in
Lima as the speaker.
Decoration of graves at the Miller
and Rockport cemetery will begin
at nine o’clock followed by a brief
program at the cemetery and the
church program will start at 10:00.
Judge Neil Lora of Lima will pre
side.
Miss Ruth Myers who has been
spending a month with friends in
1 Adrian and Detroit, Mich., returned
home last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moser are an
nouncing the arrival of a baby girl
at their home last Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert McDowell and son
Gary of near Beaverdam spent
Thursday with Miss Ruth Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Amstutz were
Sunday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Stewart.
Mrs. Earl Bowers and daughter
Ruth of Bluffton were Wednesday
evening callers in the Cloyd Myers
home.
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Marshall who competed in the flute
solo in the National H. S. contest at
Battle Creek, Mich., last Wednesday
was awarded a Superior rating, in
competition with eleven other flut
ists.
East Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Marquart and
sons of near Columbus were over
night guests Wednesday of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Marquart.
Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Amtsutz and
son James, Miss Alice Balmer of
Bluffton were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and son
Byron Leo were afternoon callers.
Mrs. Ilo Agin was a dinner guest
of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell,
Thursday.
Solomon Marquart and C. E. Agin
spent Thursday at Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams and
daughter Janet called in the John
Caris and B. J. Boutwell homes,
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Bame called
on Burnell Bame and family Sunday.
Geraldine Montgomery spent the
week-end in the James Gallant
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pickens, Miss
Lena Davis all of McComb Miss
Fern Davis, of Findlay, spent one
Sunday recently with Mr. and Mrs.
Will Stager and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Stager.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Larance of
Lima Mr. and Mrs. George Warren
of New Stark, were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bauman.
Mass Population Movements
Prior to the Nineteenth century,
important migratory movements
were due to mass expulsion, says a
study of “Population and Peace,”
published by the Columbia Univer
sity Press. About a quarter of a
million Huguenots left France after
1685, and as many as 20,000,000 Af
ricans were transported to the New
world.
originauY
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cupp and
son Richard w’ere among those who
attended the Alumni meeting at the
H. S. Auditorium in Pandora last
Saturday evening. About two hun
dred and fifty alumni and their
guests were present.
The annual Memorial sermon will
be in the Methodist church next Sun
day morning at eleven o’clock by
Rev. Arthur of Beaverdam the local
pastor. A union Sunday school
service will be held at 9:30 followed
by the preaching hour. All are
cordially invited to attend both ser
vices.
FARM PRODUCTS
from more 7hah
600,000 ACRES
ARE USED |N THE
MANUFACTURE OF EVERY
MILLION UOW-PRICED
Automobiles.
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NUMBER OF INDUSTRIAL
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«ST0R/.v INCREASED FOURFOLD.
Pandora
Richard Lehman of Alganic, Mich.,
spent the week-end with his folks,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lehman and
family.
The Senior class and several
teachers left late Sunday for a trip
to Washington, D. C. They expect
to be gone for about a week. Leotus
Sutter is driving the bus of Cyril
Hilty.
Rev. S. A. Whitmer of the Fort
Wayne Bible Institute gave a fine
address to the class of 1940 at the
commencement exercises held last
Thursday evening. A large crowd
was present.
Henry Hilty, who has been on
the sick list remains about the same.
He had another stroke on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Low-ell Hatfield of
Toledo attended the annual Alumni
banquet Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruhl Haddox mov
ed from the Bixel apartments to the
apartments of Correll Donaldson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plankenhorn
who lived in the Donaldson apart
ments moved to Lima.
Robert Cahill, student at Bliss
College in Columbus spent the week
end at his home with his parents.
Clair Basinger, who attends
Oberlin college spent the week-end
with his parents. He also attended
the alumni banquet.
A. E. Campbell, Riley township’s
candidate for County Commissioner,
was nominated for that office by a
good majority at the Tuesday elec
tion.
Oliver Davidson of Cleveland
spent the week-end with his mother,
Mrs. Sarah Davidson.
W’ill Jones, of northwest of
Pandora had a heart attack last
week one day and has been quite
sick.
Mrs. Wilbert Wenger and son
Howard of Salem Oregon are visit
ing her relatives around Pandora.
At present she is visiting at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Tony
Frantz.
E. J. Miller is still quite sick after
having several heart attacks.
Mrs. Frances Utz of Fostoria is
making her home with Mrs. Ritta
Burry.
Work on the Llewellyn Geiger
house is getting along nicely.
Mrs. John Frankhouser, Miss
Dorothy Lehman and their father,
Joel Lehman left Wednesday for
Peoria, Illinois. While there they
will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Schumacher and daughter, Mary
Alice. Mr. Lehman expects to stay
at the Schumacher home for some
time.
Jenera
Roy Beach and family entertained
several relatives in their home
Sunday.
Minnie Smith is making an in
definite stay in the Charlie Gehrisch
home.
Harry Lathers and family enter
tained company Sunday.
Jason Thomas and family spent
Sunday’ with W’aldermer Spayeths at
Lima.
Homer Reeder and family of
Lima spent Sunday afternoon at
this place.
Emerson Steinman is having a
well drilled on his lot.
William Schaller and family mov
ed from the E. C. Pifer property’ in
with Mrs. William Gehrish.
Harvey Bame and family moved
from one of Homer Green’s apart
ments into the property he purchas
ed from E. C. Pifer and vacated by
Schaller.
Thanks a Lot!
For donating nearly $900 to the
Siamese army for the purchase of a
machine gun, Sathier Nutaradash
na, a prisoner in the Bangkok jail,
has been thanked by the govern
ment for his “patriotic action.”
Richland Center
Mrs. Howard Meidlow and daugh
ter Kathryn Mae spent Friday
afternoon at the Ernest Gratz home.
Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs.
Reno Gratz and daughter.
Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and
daughter, and Mrs. Sam Badertscher
spent Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Wilmer Badertscher and family.
Miss Rachel Schaublin spent Fri
day night and Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and
daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller and
family were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cuppies.
Mrs. Elia Dillman spent Sunday
evening at the Amos Luginbuhl
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gratz and
family of Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
ford Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Schaublin and daughter Rachel were
Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matter of
Ft. Wayne, Ind., were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter
and daughter and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vande
mark and daughter of Lima spent
last Tuesday evening with Mr. and
V*’
THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1940
Mrs. Wayne Zimmertnan and daugh
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl were
Sunday evenng supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Courteney and of
Lima.
Qive the Weeds a
KNOCKOUT PUNCH
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and
son Melvin were callers on Mr. and
Mrs. Brice Main and sons and Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Marquart, Sr., Sun
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Yoakam.
Use This Fast, Clean-Working
Farmall Cultivator—the HM-221
YOU GET double-quick
dodging action in the fast,
clean- working No. HM-221
Quick-Attachable Cultivator
for Farmall-H and Farmall-M
Tractors.
The exclusive Farmall shift
ing gang feature enables you,
just by turning the steering
wheel, to guide the tractor and
at the same time shift the
gangs sidewise to give you
double-quick dodging ability.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman
and daughter spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frantz
and daughter.
Miss Rachel Schaublin is doing
house work for Mrs. E. M. Reid in
Bluffton.
Work on fairways and the con
struction of temporary greens is
progressing rapidly on the new
nine-hole golf course on the F. E.
Wenger farm. Construction is be
ing supervised by Alex Wilson of
Indian Lake, who is rooming at the
Walter Schaublin home.
1918-19 Influenza Epidemic
During the influenza epidemic of
1918-19, 301,000 deaths occurred
among the civilian population and
16,112 deaths in the United States
army.
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You’ll appreciate this feature,
especially in cross-cultivation
and if you have an uneven
check or hills badly out of
line.
Cultivating goes fast with
this outfit—four to five miles
an hour, 28 to 35 acres a day.
It’s a pleasure to use this culti
vator, especially if your Farm
all is equipped with the new
“Lift-All” attachment. Come
in and see us about it.
C. F. Niswander
Bluffton, Ohio
QUALITY BLOODTESTED CHICKS
DAY OLD, STARTED AND SEXED CHICKS. Hatch off every
Monday through hatching season. Bring us your eggs for custom
hatching on Tuesdays.
Coal Oil or Electric Brooders, Feed and Poultry Supplies.
QUALITY AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
BLUFFTON HATCHERY CO. Bluffton, Ohio
We have adopted Ration-Ayd to sup
ply Vitamin and the benefits of milk’s
B-G Vitamins in all our Poultry Feeds.
Poultrymen know that the B-G Vita
mins of milk, and Vitamin from cod
liver and other fish liver sources are high
ly important in poultry feeds.
Feed your chicks our C-Ka-Gene Treat
ed Ration—builds immunity to Bloody
Coccidiosis and prevents heavy losses.
PRICE Cwt
Banner Egg Mash......... ...................... $2.20
Banner Starter...................................... $2.30
Banner Starter with Ca-Ka-Gene.... $2.50
The Bluffton Milling Co.
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WANTED—DEAD STOCK
WE PAY TOP CASH PRICES
Horses $4.00 Cows $2.00
Small Stock removed free of charge.
Quick Service
Telephone Findlay, MAIN 475, Reverse Charges
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
“Branch, Fostoria Animal Products, Inc.”

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