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THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1940
Funeral Tuesday For
Mrs. Jerry Basinger
Funeral services for Mrs. Jerry
Basinger, 61, residing northwest of
Bluffton were held in St. John Men
nonite church, of which she was a
member, Tuesday afternoon. Rev.
P. E. Whitmer of the Grace church,
Pandora, officiated in the absence of
the regular pastor, Rev. D. J. Unruh.
Burial was in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Basinger died at her home
Sunday noon, following a three
months’ illness, frcfrn paralytic stroke
and complications.
She was born in Riley township,
January 30, 1879, the daughter of
John D. and Fannie Wehrly Diller.
She was married February 7, 1901.
Besides her husband, she is sur
vived by the following children:
Lamar, of Lafayette Luther, Pearl,
Myrtle, Robert, Gaynell, Princess
and Dorothy, all at home Mrs. Etta
Ross, of Tiffin Mrs. Augusta Deck
er, of Carey and Mrs. Gladys Bunn,
of Clyde.
Brother and sisters surviving are
Mrs. Ella Bridenbaugh, Mrs. Regina
Rafoth, Mrs. Priscilla Steiner and
Miss Mary Diller, all of Pandora
and one brother, John Diller, of
Findlay. Seven grandchildren also
survive.
Librarian's Father
Dies In West Virginia
Miss Ocie Anderson, in charge of
the Bluffton public library, was
called to Cameron, W. Va., because
of the death of her father J. W.
Anderson, aged 65. Mr. Anderson
died at his home in Cemaron follow
ing an extended illness.
Funeral services were held last
Thursday. Miss Anderson returned
here Sunday, accompanying her two
brothers, Thomas and Harley An
derson of Cameron.
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 250, $6.00 250
275, $5.50 roughs, $4.00 stags, $2.75.
Calves, $8.50 lambs ,$7.50.
Grain (bushel prices) Wheat No. 1,
73c Wheat No. 2, 72c corn, 62c new
oats, 27c soys, 60c,
The same efficient
and sympathetic
service to all.
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Stanley Basinger
Funeral Home
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Bluffton Lions To
Sponsor New Club
The Rluffton Lions club will of
ficially sponsor a Lions club recently
organized in Findlay, it was an
nounced the first of the week.
A large delegation of Bluffton
Lions and their ladies will be in at
tendance at the charter presentation
ceremonies to be held in connection
with a dinner Thursday night at the
Findlay Elks club.
FREE
Kodak Roll Films Developed Free
Prints as Low as 2c Each
Forrest Steinman of the Bluffton
club and a past district governor of
the organization will preside as
toastmsater.
Sensational New Low Prices
on
Roll Films for Your Camera
127 size formerly 25c now.........................20c
120 & 620 size formerly 30c now....... 23c
116 & 616 size formerly 35c now............ 28c
Why Pay More?
Address of welcome will be given
by Paul Stauffer of the Bluffton
club representing the Lions Inter
national and E. S. Lape also of the
Bluffton club will present the em
blems.
NEU-ART STUDIO
Wholesalers of Roll Films
Principal speaker of the evening
will be Howard Hendershot of
Cleveland, newly installed district
governor who returned Wednesday
from the International Lions conven
tion at Havana, Cuba.
Presentation of the charter will be
by immediate past district governor
A. S. Koenrich of Canton.
Representing the Bluffton club at
Findlay, Thursday night will be:
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aukerman, Mr.
and Mrs. Harley Augsburger, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Chamberlain, Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Deppler, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Lichtenwalter, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Reichenbach, Mr and Mrs. Ross
Bogart, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gratz,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Diller, Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Lape, Supt. and Mrs. A.
J. B. Longsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Short, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stein
man, Dr. Gordon Bixel, I. B. Beeshy,
N. E. Byers, Mrs. A. C. Burcky
and Mrs. R. A. Lantz.
Fall From Car Fatal
To Jos. Schumacher
Internal injuries received July 10
when he fell from an automobile and
the wheel of a combine passed over
his body proved fatal last Sunday
to Joseph Schumacher, 67, who lived
four miles southwest of Columbus
Grove.
The mishap in which Schumacher
received the hurts which ■were to
prove fatal occurred near Beaverdam
on the Lincoln highway.
Schumacher and two sons had
driven to Columbus to purchase the
new combine, and near Beaverdam
"the"elder man was thrown from the
car when it swerved as the driver
fell asleep at the wheel.
1 He jaufcered a cracked pelvis, frac
tured arm and leg, skull fracture and
severe lacerations about the legs.
Death occurred in Lima St. Rita’s
hospital where he had been taken
following the mishap.
Fried turtle suppers 25c fried frog
legs 50c, every Tuesday and Satur
day night, 7:30 p. m. also entertain
^nertt Bill’s Tavern, Jenera. tf
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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.
Bonds for administrators, execu
tors, guardians, etc. See lutzi. tf
Mrs. Rilla Marshall is ill at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Golds
Battles in Orange township.
An ice cream social will be held on
the lawn of the Beaverdam Methodist
church next Wednesday night.
Buy roll films for your cameras at
lowest prices at the Neu Art studio.
Mrs. Linda Bogart of Columbus
Grove is spending the week with her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Armentrout
and daughter.
Miss Roberta Biery is spending ten
day in Lincoln, Neb., the guest of
Miss Phyllis Olson, her roomate in
Oberlin college.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Doty and dau
ghter of Lima spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Oberly and family.
Mrs. Edson Morrison has returned
to her home in Detroit from an ex
tended stay with Mrs. Mattie Morri
son of West Elm street.
Miss Sarah Amstutz accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. John Chidester vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chid
ester of Elida, Sunday.
Miss Marilyn Holmden, instructor
in the Westminster schools is taking
a summer school coure at Bowling
Green State unviversity.
Albert Vermillion of Orange town
ship returned to Cleveland Clinic,
Tuesday where he expects to undergo
another operation this Wednesday.
Miss Pearl Beery and Miss Helen
Rohrbach of Lima are spending two
weeks in Denver, Colo., the guests of
the former’s sister, Mrs. Lola Hartz
ler.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray and
daughter of Washington Court House
are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Murray of North Jackson
street.
Asbestos and asphalt shingles for
roofs and exterior sidings. They
resist the weather—a cooler house
in the summer and warmer in the
winter. Greding’s hardware.
Mrs. Norman Edwards of Delphos
spent Saturday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. lutzi of Grove street.
Mrs. Edwards will be remembered
here as formerly Miss Alma lutzi.
Miss Doris Diller, nurse at Johns
Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, is spend
ing several weeks vacation at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Diller of North Jackson street.
Supt. and Mrs. A. J. B. Longsdorf
of South Lawn avenue are spending
two weeks at Lakeside. Mrs. Elmer
Short and son Ralph and Roger Howe
also spent the week end at Lakeside.
Misses Mary Alice and Jane Howe
of Spring street have returned to
their home after accompanying
Cleveland relatives on a motor trip
to Washington and other eastern
points.
Mrs. Lewis Niswander and daught
er Margaret of Columbus Grove and
Mrs. Ralph Gerig and daughters of
Auburn, Ind., called on Mrs. Lydia
Lora and daughter ,Miss Clara Lora,
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Rosa Hartman who has been
making her home with her uncle Har
vey Jones of South Main street left
Tuesday for Columbus Grove where
she will reside with her daughter,
Mrs. Howard Beery.
Free development of your kodak
roll film. Prices of prints as low as
2c each. Neu-Art studio.
Mrs. Verna Patterson and daughter
of Caldwell, Idaho are visiting at the
home of Mrs. Patterson’s mother,
Mrs. Christena Kohli who is ill at
her home on Spring street. This is
Mrs. Patterson’s first visit here in 26
years.
Mrs. Richard Ludwig of Hamilton
who recently underwent an operation
at Lima Memorial hospital was re
moved to the home of her mother,
Mrs. Wm. Amstutz on Mound street
in the Stanley Basinger ambulance,
Tuesday afternoon.
An attractive new top for your sink.
Inlaid linoleum in wide selection of
designs with chrome edge Makes the
old sink like new. Estimates without
obligation. The Basinger’s Furniture
store.
Looks good—and its just as com
fortable as it looks—the furniture
which we upholster. Remember we
make lumpy springs like new. Pick
up and delivery service. Murray Up
hlstering shop, cor. Thurman and
Washington Sts. Phone 285-R.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Salzman of
Greenville spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burkholder and
family of Beaverdam. They also vis
ited with her grandmother, Mrs. An
na Matter, Sunday. Mrs. Salzman
was formerly Miss Hazel Burkholder
of this place.
Miss Wilma Welty, nurse in the
Lutheran hospital at Ft. Wayne, who
recently underwent an operation for
appendicitis at that place is convales
cing nicely. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. W. Welty and her brother,
Walter Welty and sister Viola were
in Ft. Wayne to visit her last Wed
nesday and also on Sunday. After
further convalescing, she expects to
come to her home here.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OTTO
New and used cameras for sale.
Neu-Art studio.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Detweiler spent
the past week visiting relatives in
Souderton, Pa.
Miss Alice Stager of South Lawn
avenue spent the week end visiting
friends in Lima,
Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Lehman and son
Roger spent Sunday in Lima at the A.
L. Beachler home.
Miss Rhoda Hilty is spending sever
al days at the C. H. Hilty home near
New Stark this week
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schoonover of Li
ma spent Sunday with their daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shifferly.
Mrs. H. W. Hindley of Toledo is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. S.
Whisler of South Spring street.
B. F. Biery who has been ill with a
heart ailment at his home on Grove
street the past week is improving.
Miss Elnora Marshall of Rockport
is taking care of Mrs. Mattie Morri
son at her home on West Elm street.
Russell Gratz is spending ten days
in Souderton, Pa., the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Donivan Gratz of that place.
Miss Clara Smith of South Charles
ton, W. Va., has been the guest of
Miss Alice Ludwig of Poplar street
the past week.
Raymond Hixon who is attending
Ohio State university at Columbus,
spent the week end with relatives and
friends in Bluffton.
Miss Anna Zulliger of Lima is
spending the week with her niece,
Mrs. Vilas Lehman and family of
North Jackson street.
Rev. Charles Armentrout is in
Chicago this week attending a minis
terial conference. He is expeted to
return Friday evening.
Mrs. Francis Basinger of South
Lawn avenue returned Tuesday after
spending three weeks with her son,
Dr. Wade Basinger in Philadelphia,
Pa.
The Tried and True class of Riley
Creek church will hold an ice cream
and chicken sandwich social at Or
ange Center Community house, Fri
day night. Special music.
“It’s just like a letter from home,”
writes Mrs. Wm. Gratz of Allen,
Mich., in renewing subscription to the
News for the coming year. Mr. and
Mrs. Gratz were former Bluffton resi
dents
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Travis of New
Madrid, Mo., who spent the first of
the week at the home of their son,
Dr. B. W. Travis of North Jackson
street will return to their home,
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gobel of Lima
spent Sunday at the home of her son
C. E. Greiner and family, residing
on the Clymer farm north of Bluff
ton. The occasion marked Mrs. Go
bers seventy-fourth birthday anniver
sary.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Schultz motored
to Indiana the latter part of last week
and visited thefr daughter who is at
Winona Lake this summer and also
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Kreider who are
spending the summer at their farm
near Goshen. Rev. and Mrs. Kreider,
formerly of Bluffton, reside in New
ton, Kansas.
Couple Is Wed At
Van Wert Saturday
In a beautiful single ring cere
mony, Miss Neva Kidd and Choral
Schick, both of near Bluffton were
married Saturday morning. The
ceremony took place at the home of
the bride’s uncle Rev. Thomas Weyer
of Van Wert at 10:30 o’clock.
The service was read by Rev.
Weyer, assisted by Rev. T. C. Davis,
pastor of the groom.
The bride wore a white embroider
ed floor length dress. Her corsage
was of pink sweet peas.
Following the ceremony a dinner
was served to the following guests:
Rev. and Mrs. Davis and daughter
Carolyn, Rev. and Mrs. Schick and
Mr. and Mrs. Schick.
The bride is a graduate of Ohio
Northern University and has been a
teacher in the Lafayette and Shaw
nee schools. The groom, a graduate
of Ohio State University, also taught
for several years.
In the afternoon the couple left
for a short wedding trip. Upon
their return they will reside for the
present with the groom’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Schick.
On Saturday, July 20, the bride
was honored with a party given by
her sister, Miss Nellie Kidd of Lima.
On Tuesday of this week the bride
was the guest of honor at a linen
shower given by Mrs. Earl Wine
gardner and her sister Freda at the
home of Guy Younkman. Guests in
cluded teachers who had been asso
ciated with the bride.
Bible Lectures In
November This Year
Bluffton College Bible lectures for
the 1940-41 school term will be held
the week of November 10 instead of
the customary February date, accord
ing to an announcement by college
administration officials last week.
It is felt that many more persons
can attend the November lectures, be
cause weather is no sco inclement as
in February. Also, school authori
ties are of the opinion the Bible lec
tures should come earlier in the
school year.
Dr. R. Ames Montgomery, of the
Presbyterian Theologcal seminary,
Chicago, widely known author and
lecturer, will be in charge of this
year’s Bible lecture week program.
SOCIETIES
and CLUBS
Easter Star Picnic
The annual picnic of the Bluffton
Eastern Star chapter will be held at
Buckey Lake, Friday night at 6:30.
All members of the chapter and their
families are invited. In event of rain
the picnic will be held in the lodge
dining room. Bring your own sendee.
Happy-Go-Lucky
The Happy-Go-Lucky 4-H club of
Orange township met at the home of
Jean Ann Strahm, Friday afternoon.
The club has undetaken as a project
the taking of flowers and fruit to the
sick.
Arrangements were also made for
a social Friday at Inin Vandemark’s
store at the junction of Routes 69 and
30N.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Velma Ruth Fisher, next
Tuesday.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farm Wo
man’s club will enjoy a picnic supper
at Orange Center, Thursday night.
Richland Community Circle
The Richland Township Commun
ity Circle will hold a picnic at the
home of Mrs. Addie Graber, Thurs
day evening, August 8. Members
requisted to be there at 6:30 o’clock
and bring their own sendee.
Local Youth To Cross
Equator With Marines
Crossing the equator and receiving
the usual baptism accorded in the
court of King Neptune was an oc
casion being looked forward to by
Donald D. Nusbaum, son of Jacob
Nusbaum, when he wrote a letter
received here this week from Hawaii.
Nusbaum, with the United States
Marines, was about to be quartered
on a ship which was to cruise across
the equator at the time he wrote.
Following an elaborate ceremony of
tomfoolery, all naval men and ma
rines will receive a certificate.
Pineapple and sugar cane were
plentiful in Mauli, one of the Haw
aiian islands, where Nusbaum has
been quartered. The former Bluff
ton man was particularly impressed
by the large number of Japanese and
Chinese on the islands. It was his
impression that the Japanese were
the more intelligent race of the two.
Solemnize Wedding
At Bethel Church
An attractive summer wedding
was held Saturday evening July 20,
in the Bethel Church of Christ near
Ada, uniting in marriage Miss Azetta
Marie Berger and Vernon W. Rich
ard, both of Lima. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ber
ger of Forest, and Mr. Richard is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A.
Truman Richard of near Lima.
A candlelight ceremony was per
formed at 8:30 by Rev. Ray Strouse
of McComb before an altar banked
wth palms, ferns and garden flowers.
The bride wore a white taffeta
floor length gown made with shirred
bodice, short puffed sleeves and
sweetheart neckline trimmed with
orange blossoms. Her fingertip veil
was edged with chantilly lace made
with a halo of tiny seed pearls. She
carried an arm bouquet of talisman
roses and baby breath and a hand
kerchief brought from Bethlehem,
where Christ was born, by Miss Hat
tie Joseph. Her only ornament was
a gold locket the gift of the bride
groom.
The maid of honor, Miss Hope
Brentlinger, of Lima, wore a sky
blue net frock over matching satin
and the bridesmaid Miss Eileen Mc
Millen, of Kinsman, cousin of the
bride, was dressed in yellow net over
satin. Both wore matching shoulder
veils and carried colonial bouquets
tied with long satin streamers. As
ornaments, they wore gold lockets,
gifts of the bride.
Waldo Richard was his brother’s
best man and ushers were Earl Sto
ber and Rolland Eley of Ada.
Miss Joan Tyson, presided at the
organ and played the traditional
wedding marches. Preceding the
ceremony Charles Berger, brother of
the bride sang “O Promse Me” and
“I Love You Truly”.
Mrs. Berger chose for her daugh
ter’s wedding a black and white
crepe redingote dress and wore a
corsage of red roses.
A reception for the bridal couple
and wedding party was held in the
church dining room. The table was
centered with a four-tiered wedding
cake trimmed in blue, yellow and
pink and adorned with a wedding
bell and good luck token.
The couple are at home on Route
2, Lafayette. The bride is employed
at the Maytag Sales and Service in
Lima, and Mr. Richard is employed
at the Superior Coach Corp, also in
Lima.
Dairymen depending upon water
for cooling milk should remember
that the milk will remain several
degrees warmer than the original
temperature of the water. A ther
mometer will tell whether the water
alone can be depended upon to cool
the milk sufficiently.
The Christian Hilty reunion will
be held at Pandora park, Sunday,
August 4. Pres. Myron Hilty vice
pres., Herman Hilty sec., Fem Hilty
Young.
Eighth annual reunion of the des
cendants of Christian Stettler will
be held at Richland Grange hall
south of Bluffton, Sunday, August 4.
Pres., Calvin Stettler Sec., Richard
Stettler.
The Schumacher family reunion
will be held Sunday, August 11 at 12
o’clock on the Bluffton college cam
pus.
The Nonnamaker family reunion
will be held at Buckeye Lake, Bluff
ton, Thursday, Aug. 15. Pres., M. E.
Nonnamaker sec., Fem Koch.
The Spangler family reunion will be
held at Buckeye Lake, Bluffton, Sun
day, August 18. Pres., John Cuppies
sec. Fem Koch.
The sixth annual Blair school
homecoming will be held Sunday,
Aug. 11 at the school house. Pres.,
James Blair sec., Esco Huber.
The nineteenth annual reunion of
the Reichenbach family will be held
Sunday, Aug. 18 at Pandora high
school. Pres., Myron Reichenbach
sec., Mrs. D. W. Reichenbach.
The Gratz-Coon family reunion
will be held Sunday, Aug. 11 at
Richland Grange hall. Basket din
ner. Pres., Earl Wignate sec., Mrs.
Maggie Gratz.
The thirty-first annual reunion of
the Black school will be held at the
school house in Orange township,
Thursday, Aug. 8. Pres., Chas. Mar
quart sec., Mildred Klingler.
The nineteenth annual reunion of
the Neubrecht, Schick and Swartz
families will be held at Ft. Amanda
State park, Sunday, Aug. 11. Pres.,
David Neubrecht sec., Harold Schick.
The annual reunion of the Thut
family will be held at Buckeye lake,
Bluffton, Wednesday, Aug. 14. Pres.,
Dr. J. S. Steiner sec., Rhoda Hilty.
Radio Amateurs
Need Birth Record
Bluffton’s radio amateurs are being
finger printed and photographed this
week, as well as looking up birth
certificates. This is required to
comply with a recent ruling of the
Federal Communications commission
which is requiring this and other in
formation from local amateur radio
operators.
The data required by the commis
sion must be filed by August 15, ac
cording to word received here.
Local amateurs effects by the or
der include: Lloyd Brauen. Jesse
Bracy, R. V. Wentz, Ropp Triplett,
Brice Watkins, Nelson Herr, Harold
Solt, John Maxon, Glen Noe and
Robert Benroth.
Sunday School
Picnic Thursday
The Presbyterian Sunday school
will hold a picnic supper and pro
gram at the R. L. Triplett farm
northwest of Bluffton, Thursday
evening. All persons who do not
have transportation are asked to
meet at the church at 5 p. m., and
means of transportation will be pro
vided.
WANT-ADS
Wanted—Furnished house or apart
ment. Inquire News office.
Piano tuning—This week and next
Hiram Schumacher. Call Bluffton
phone 550-T.
Wanted—Com, oats and wheat at
top market prices. Truck will call.
Master Feed Mill. Phone 182-W.
Wanted—Poultry and cream. Call
phone 182-W. Steiner’s Hatchery,
Wanted—General housework by ex
perienced girl. Phone 558-Y.
For rent—Residence on Geiger St
also some residence properties for
sale. Richard Bixel, Adm. Inquire
Bixel Motor Sales. tf
For sale—Business block, house on
Lawn avenue and two lots on Spring
St. Mrs. Edith L. Mann. tf.
For sale—125 White Leghorn pul
lets, will lay soon. Price 60c each if
taken at once. A. F. Albro, edge of
Bluffton on Route 103.
For sale—The Andrews property, a
5-rocm dwelling on South Lawn Ave.
Inquire Wm. Andrews, R. R»: fi,
Springfield, Ohio tf
For sale—Vinegar, age and test
guaranteed. Morning Star Press. 15
For sale—1932 Chevrolet coupe,
Peters defroster, good tires and mo
tor. Herbert Augsburger, Box 82,
Beaverdam.
For sale—For a limited time, Irish
Cobbler potatoes grade 2, dug ripe.
H. P. Huber, 1 mile north of Bluffton.
Phone 579-W.
For sale—Three varieties of apples.
Allen Grismore, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Glass jars for canning
also gallon jars and jugs. Rigger’s
Sandwich shop.
For sale—Early Transparent apples
Inquire 130 Washington St. 14
For sale—Baby’s metal bed $1.60
bassinette 50c. Inquire 430 Cherry
St.
Lost—Scoop shovel Saturday after
noon between Beaverdam and one
mile north on Dixie. Please return
to News office or Edward Fett, Beav
erdam. Reward.
Found—Reed sewing basket. In
quire News office.
Reunions Two Hurt In Auto
PAGE FIVE
Mishap Near Jenera
Injuries were suffered by three
men Tuesday night of last week
when autos driven by Lloyd Vermil
lion, of Bluffton, and George R.
Redick, of Jenera, collided at a
country road intersection southwest
of Jenera.
Redick was confined to the Findlay
hospital for a few days because of
severe facial lacerations and minor
hurts. Vermillion was released after
treatment by a Jenera physician.
Harry Shrider, Jr., who was riding
with Vermillion received painful back
injuries and has been confined to
his home here.
For Quality Dry Clean
ing Phone 302-W
We Dry Clean
and Press Daily
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CLEANERS TAILORS
We Call for and Deliver
RAPID REPAIR
RADIOS, AUTOMOBILE
ACCESSORIES
MUMMA ELECTRIC SHOP
Carl Mumma, Prop.
Phone 421-W Bluffton, O.
August Dog Days...
and Grandmother’s
Almanac.
Dog days according to
grandmother’s almanac was
a time in summer when dogs
went wacky and most any
thing bad could happen.
Grandmother was right—
most anything can happen in
dog days—or any other day—
and the best protection against
unforeseen and unforeseeable
hazards is insurance in a re
sponsible and reliable com
pany.
We represent such com
panies and will be glad to
help you.
W. F.IUTZI
Dependable Insurance for
Dependable People
Postoffice Bldg.
CiderNotice
The Morning Star Cider
press will be operated begin
ning Wednesday, August 14
and every Wednesday there
after until further notice.
For early service always re
member the Morning Star.
We carry a good line of
white oak barrels and kegs and
good used whiskey barrels.
Sweet cider for sale every
day we operate.
Seth Basinger & Son
QTAP THEATRE
1 All Bluffton
AIR CONDITIONED
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At Last! ON THE SCREEN!
THWEST
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RUTH HUSSEV
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SUN. MON.
Edward G. Robinson in
DR. EHRLICH’S
MAGIC BULLET
TUES. WED.
Blondie On A Budget
ALSO
Our Gang Comedy

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