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Emmet Stauffer and Fred Mitsch
invited about 25 of their young
friends to meet them in the Mitsch
block on lower Main street Friday
night. Some envious persons threw
some rocks through the windows but
an enjoyable time was had by all.
The evening was concluded with a
lunch at the Park restaurant.
A birthday surprise was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Huber Monday night in honor of their
son Earl’s 21st birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benroth were
greatly surprised to have a number
of relatives and friends call at their
home east of town last Wednesday.
It soon dawned on the aged couple
that it was Mr. Benroth’s 71st birth
day anniversary. While Mr. Bnroth is
blind he soon realized that he was
surrounded by warm hearted friends.
In the Hamilton oratorical contest
at Ann Arbor, Michigan open to all
the students of the University of
Michigan, Daniel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Conrad Triblehom, was among
the favored six who were selected to
appear upon the platform and com
pete for the prize.
John Bixel sold his house on Jack
son street, formerly occupied by Mrs.
Lambert to William Boothby who
moved into it last week. Mrs. Lam
bert now occupies her home pur
chased from Mr. Bixel dn Lawn
Clyde Kitchen who left here some
time ago, is now located at Grant’s
Pass, Oregon.
Last Saturday afternoon Findlay
High was treated to a great surprise
when Bluffton High school easily de
feated them in the fastest football
game of the season by a score of
27 to 0.
German Settlement
Albert Schumaker of Oberlin col
lege was home over Sunday attend
ing the funeral of his uncle John
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of November 14, 1907
The satisfaction of a complete
funeral service, performed in
the best way we know, is
yours when you call us.
Phone 144-W Bluffton, Ohio
Jeff Walters of Rockport bought
the Amos Welty farm.
Fred Badertsher, Jr. husked an
acreage of 30 shocks of corn a day
last week. His brother Dan husked
100 shocks in three days.
Presbyterian S. S.
Picnic On Thursday
Annual picnic of the Bluffton
Presbyterian Sunday school will be
held at the R. L. Triplett farm
Thursday evening. All members of
the Sunday school and church con
gregation are invited. Picnic supper
at 6 p. m.
Come with well filled baskets and
bring your own service. Those not
having transportation are requested
to notify Sherwood Diller and meet
at the church at 5:30 p. m.
We wish to thank all of the
neighbors and friends for their aid
and sympathy extended to us in our
recent bereavement, the illness and
death of Edwin Schwab also to
Rev. Armin Steiner, Rev. P. J. Boehr
Rev. Doyle Snow and Rev. Jacob
Haas for their words of consolation
for the singers at the service for
the beautiful floral offerings and all
those assisting otherwise. in any
Mrs. Edwin Schwab and family
Mrs. Albert Klay
Mrs. Herman Albrecht
Rev. Wm. Schwab
Rev. Emil Schwab
Mr. and Mrs. Gottleib Schwab
Notice is hereby given that on the 28 th day
of July at 7:30 p. m.. a public hearing will
be held on the budget prepared by the board
of education of Bluffton Exempted Village
School District, Bluffton, Allen County, Ohio,
for the next succeeding fiscal year ending
December 31. 1942.
Such hearing wfll be held at the office of
the board of education. Bluffton, Ohio.
Hospitality Chair Sets
Four Strong, Comfortable Chairs.
Table—built to last a lifetime—washable top—
will not wobble—tubular steel legs, can’t snag hos
iery. Stronger than you will ever need.
Chairs, each ............................................................... $1.50
Tables ...........................................................$1.98 and up
Basinger’s Furniture Store
to protect your property
Summer and winter—thru all kinds of weather—BPS Out
side Paint gives your buildings better protection—because
BPS is a better paint.
BPS goes farther—lasts longer—yet the price is no more
than you might pay for an inferior paint.
For a better outside paint—use BPS.
T. Greding Hardware
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.
David Stearns went with a party
of friends to Put-in-Bay, Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Whisler of
Spring street spent the week end
visiting friends in Muncie, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Castanien of
Toledo spent the past week with
Mr., and Mrs. Ralph Stearns and
Miss Roberta Biery will spend the
week end in Cuyahoga Falls the
guest of her college roommate, Miss
Henrietta Cook.
Dr. Jeanne K. Diller, a recent
graduate of Kansas City College of
Osteopathy arrived Thursday at her
home here.
Dan Oberly and son Clair of
Apple Creek visited Monday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Oberly
on Cherry street.
Dr. and Mrs. Evan Basinger and
family will spend the week end on a
motor trip visiting points of interest
in southern Ohio.
Mrs. A. B. Castanien of Toledo
and Mrs. Ralph Stearns visited
Thursday with Miss Mary Stearns at
Camp Pittinger near Tiffin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Coon, son
Robert and Buddy Everett visited at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Coon in Millersburg, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. King of Eustis,
Fla., were week end guests at the
home of Mrs. King’s sister, Mrs. J.
S. Steiner and family of South Main
Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller of Find
lay and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Black
of Lima spent Sunday at the home
of James Coon on South Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huttenlocher
of Lakewood spent the past week
with Mrs. Huttenlocher’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Todd of Frank
lin street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alspach and
family of Detroit are visiting at the
home of their parents, O. O. Als
pach and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mat
they this week.
Mrs. Mary M. Matter of Garau
street has returned home from
Marion after spending a week with
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Reynolds and
son David Ray.
Mr. and Mrs, Abe Wise of Lima
accompanied by their son Robert
Wise and wife of Louisville, Ky.,
visited relatives and friends in
Bluffton, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clinger, Mrs.
J. L. Lewis and Eugene Foucht of
Harpster and Mrs. Mertie Trout of
Glenford, spent Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huser and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Hawk of South Jackson street spent
the first of the week visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hawk in
Jackson, Mich.
Miss Josephine Steiner of New
Haven, Conn., is spending a month’s
vacation at the home of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Steiner. Miss
Steiner is one of the supervisors of
a large New Haven hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Dilley and
family of Athens and Dr. and Mrs.
D. A. Baumgartner and family of
Cleveland spent the past week at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. S.
Steiner and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Carol Carmack returned Sunday
after visiting the past two weeks in
Wayne at the home of her grand
parents. Mary Ann Messer of
Creston who accompanied her home
is spending the week here with the
Carmack family.
Miss Doris Diller who spent the
past two weeks visiting at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Diller of North Jackson street left
Sunday for Buffalo and other east
ern points. From there she will re
turn to Baltimore to resume her
duties as nurse in Johns Hopkins
Mrs. Richard Caris returned Sun
day to her home in Sandusky after
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Triplett of South Main street.
She was accompanied home by her
father and mother, also Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Triplett and two sons
and grandmother Mrs. Lydia Wil
liams, all of whom spent the day at
Cedar Point.
Anyone who at any time taught
or attended the Stager school is
invited to attend the reunion to be
held at Richland grange, Sunday,
Aug. 3. Officers of the reunion in
issuing a general invitation to al!
former teachers and pupils explained
that the membership list is not yet
complete and for that reason some
may have been missed in sending
out notices. A basket dinner at
noon will be a feature of the re
union. Those attending are asked to
bring their own table service.
Carey asbestos siding and asphalt
shingles at Greding's hardware.
V1CVI1 iitrm y vruu,•
was a Sunday evening caller at the
Ralph Amstutz home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Warren of
Orange township spent last week in
Toledo visiting relatives.
Wade Shook, who is employed in a
Detroit wholesale house, will be
joined by Mrs. Shook the latter part
of the week.
Dr. Margaret Jordan of Philadel
phia, who has been a guest in the
Mrs. W. E. Diller home left Mon
day for the east.
Herr Bros., south of Bluffton have
purchased the W. W. Huber thresh
ing machine for their own threshing
and custom work.
Neil Baumgartner who has been
attending summer school at Miami
university, Oxford, spent the week
end at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and
sons were Friday evening callers at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Bixel and sons south of Lima.
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Bixel and
family Mrs. Hartman and son
Harold spent last Thursday after
noon at the Boy Scout Camp near
Mrs. Amos Geiger of Spring street
spent the past week with her daugh
ters Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pugh and
family and Miss Beulah Geiger at
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Herr and
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger and
son Buddy visited Sunday afternoon
with the Boy Scouts at their camp
near Defiance.
Mrs. Noah Augsburger and grand
daughter Hildred Eversole spent the
latter part of last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Augsburger
and son of Lima.
Mrs. Edith Mann entertained
Tuesday: Miss Larkie Quaintance,
Mrs. C. F. Smith and Mrs. Geo.
Stearns of Upper Sandusky and
Mrs. Isadore Brown of Bucyrus.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Niswander and
son Dean of South Main street left
Wednesday on an extended motor
trip thru the west, visiting places of
interest in California and other
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Todd and
family and their guests Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Huttenlocher of Lake
wood spent Sunday with the for
mers’ daughter Mr. and Mrs. Merl
Hull of Tiffin.
Dr. M. R. Bixel and son will leave
Sunday to spend a two weeks’ va
cation in northern Michigan. Mrs.
Bixel and daughter accompanied by
Miss Madeline Bixel of* Pandora left
for Michigan, Wednesday.
Mrs. L. E. Sumney of Ft. Wayne
is visiting several weeks here with
relatives. Mrs. Sumney was accom
panied by her granddaughter, Miss
Wanda Sumney who is spending the
week with her cousin, Miss Lois
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bechtold
and son of Chicago visited the first
of the week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Amstutz. Mrs. Bech
told is the former Miss Helen Dorn
blaser, instructor in Bluffton high
school twenty-eight years ago.
Call Steiner Coal Co. for low
summer prices on Little Joe, Green
Ridge and Pocahontas Coal. Office
phone 265-Y Residence 174-W. tf
Here’s the number—285-R. Bet
ter phone right now and ask us for
estimates on awnings and Venetian
blinds for your home. ’There’s no
obligation—and it’s a good time to
find out about this before prices ad
vance. Murray Upholstering shop,
corner Thurman and Washington
On Wednesday of last week Mrs.
Carl Gable, Mrs. Levi Gable, Mrs.
Nelson Herr, Mrs. C. F. Niswander
and daughter Marcella, Mrs. Cliff
Stratton, Mrs. Wm. Mericle, Mrs.
H. E. Augsburger and son Buddy
spent the day and were dinner and
supper guests of the Boy- Scouts, at
Camp Defiance, near Defiance.
Notice—Canning season opens Fri
day, June 13 at Amstutz Cannery.
Will be open every Tuesday and
Friday until further notice. Am
stutz Cannery. tf
The Triplehorn reunion was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Donaghue in Fremont, Sunday. At
tending were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Triblehorn, Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Trippiehorn sons John and Don and
daughter Lora Jean, and Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Murray, of Bluffton
Mr. and Mrs. Pau! Hochstettler and
daughters Mirian and Carroll and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Trippiehorn and
daughter Helen Ann, of Findlay
and Howard Trippiehorn, of Detroit.
Mrs. Pay-son Miller, the former
Cleora Basinger, and daughter
Erika, of Hartford, Conn., are spend
ing the summer with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Basinger of
South Main street. Her husband,
Rev. Miller and daughter Kristine
are spending the summer with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mil
ler of Shipshew-ana, Ind. Rev’, and
Mrs. Miller moved from Boston,
Mass., to Hartford in June where he
has accepted the pastorate of the
First Unitarian (Congregational)
church of that city. Rev. Miller
graduated from Bluffton college in
the class of 1921 and later was a
member of the college faculty.
Alpha Gamma
The Alpha Gamma club will meet
at the home of Miss Elvira Niswand
er, Saturday night at 6:30 for a picnic
supper. A “choose your ow-n” pro
gram will be held in the evening with
each member appearing in a number
of her own choice.
Wedding Announced
Announcemen has been made of the
wedding of Miss Barbara Conser, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Conser
of Toledo to Luther Barrett of Cary,
Ind., which took place in the chapel
of the Monroe Street Methodist
church in Toledo, Saturday.
Mr. Conser will be remembered as
principal of Bluffton high school more
than tw-enty years ago and now holds
a similar position in Toledo.
Both the bride and bridegroom are
graduates of Depauw university, at
Greencastle, Ind., in the class of 1940.
Mr. Barrett is the son of Mr. and and
Mrs. F. F. Barrett of Topeka, Kans.
Member Minders Club
The Member Minders club will hold
a nicnic next Tuesday evening at
Riverside park, Findlay. The group
will meet at the Presbyterian church
here at 6 p. m.
Legion Auxiliary
A picnic at the Riverside park in
Findlay will be held by the American
Leigon Auxiliary, Tuesday afternoon,
August 12, at 6:00 o’clock.
The Busy Bees
The Bluffton Junior 4-H club, the
Busy Bees, held their regular meet
ing at the high school Monday with
19 members and three visitors pres
net. Several of the girls are plan
ning to attend the club tour to Cin
cinnati and Coney Island. Five of
the girls are now in camp at Celina.
At the meeting Monday the girls
were instructed in sewing and re
cipes. Following this, games were
played and refreshments were served.
August Wedding
Wedding of Miss Marilyn Holmden,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dill
man of South Jackson street, to Rol
land B. Rader, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mace Rader of Leipsic, will take place
during the month of August.
The bride-elect graduated from
Bluffton High school in the class of
1933 and Bowling Green State niver
sity. She has been teaching in the
public schools at Westminster.
Mr. Rader graduated from McComb
High school and Ohio State university
and is employed as Vocational Agri
culture instructor at Harrod High
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Eaton and
family of Lima visited at the home
of Mrs. Lou Eaton Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Unruh of the
First Mennonite church, and daught
er Mildred, attended the summer
Pastors’ Bible conference at Lake
side, Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCormick and
daughter Maureen of Wellington vis
ited with their sister, Mrs. Clyde
Warren and family of Orange town
ship. Miss Maureen will remain sev
eral weeks.
The ice cream social sponsored
last week by the Women’s club of
Orange township netted $3'7. The
money will be sent to U. S. O. the
service organization of the U. S.
army camps.
A church ice cream social will be
held at the Pleacant Hill church,
four miles southwest of Bluffton,
Thursday, July 31. Good music will
be provided. There will be plenty of
home-made ice cream and chicken
Mrs. Mary E. Sommers, who has
been visiting for the past five weeks
at the E. P. Steiner home, east of
town, left for Tuleta, Texas, where
she will visit her brothers Noah and
Sam Steiner of that place. Mrs.
Someis has been living in Washing
ton, Oregon, and Idaho and this has
been her first visit home since she
left this community more than 25
years ago.
Elma Schifferly presented her
pupils in theii- final recital for the
summer last Friday morning. Ap
pearing on the program were:
Marilyn Steiner, Miriam Basinger,
Margaret Groman, John Moser, Oral
Redick and Dean and Kirk Ferguson.
Janies Bixel, a recent graduate of
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
and a former pupil of Miss Schiffer
ly also appeared on the program in
e beautiful rendition of the Bach
Busoni variations.
Diller ambulance removals: Mrs.
Charles Emans from the Bluffton
hospital to her home on North Main
street Mrs. Arthur Youkam, south
east of Beaverdam to a physician’s
office in Lima and return Miss Ida
Owens from St. Rita’s hospital in
Lima to Garau street in Bluffton
Mrs. Richard Core and infant son
from the Bluffton hospital to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz
south of Bluffton Mrs. Wayne Am
stutz and infant daughter from the
Bluffton hospital to their home south
of Rawson Clarence Downey of
Lima to the home of his brother
Emit in Beaverdam.
Miss Roxann Eaton of Lima visit
ed her grandmather, Mrs. Lou Eaton
of South Main street, over the week
The Royal Neighbor lodge will
meet Friday night. Mrs. Arthur
Swank and Mrs. John Hirschfeld will
Miss Betty Vernier of Toledo is
spending the week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Warren of
Orange township.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and
sons were Wednesday evening visit
ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Schick and family of near
Patricia and Bessie Nomine Lan
dis, of Wayne county, are visiting
this w’eek at the home of their uncle,
Supt. A. J. B. Longsdorf of South
Lawn avenue.
Carey asbestos siding and asphalt
shingles at Greding’s hardware.
Mr. and Mrs. Menno Schrag and
son Bobby and daughter Betty of
Newton, Kansas, visited with Mr.
and Mrs. W .0. Geiger and daugh
ter Christine Rae, Wednesday night.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Norman King
visited their son Walter King and
family of Cherry street, the forepart
of the week. Rev. King is Protest
ant chaplain at Camp Shelby, Miss.
The Misses Elma and Hulda
Schifferly of Poplar stree| left the
first of the week for Bisbee, Arizona
where they will visit their aunt. Mrs.
Emma Miescher. Enroute they will
stop at Seattle, Portland and Los
A church ice cream social will he
held at the Pleasant Hill church,
miles southwest of Bluffton, Thurs
day night, July 31. Good music will
be provided. There will be plenty of
home-made ice cream and chicken
Basinger ambulance removals: Ben
Augsburger from his home on Elm
street io the Bluffton hospital Mrs.
Millard Herr from the Bluffton hos
pital to her home on the Bentley
road Mrs. Forrest Mumma from her
home on Mound street to the Bluffton
V. A. Amstutz, Swiss historian
and Bluffton High school instructor,
is busily engaged this summer in
identifying the graves and markers
at the old Mennonite cemetery four
miles northwest of Bluffton. He re
ports considerable difficulty in the
project due to the fact that many
of the markers were removed and
others were inadequately inscribed.
We wish to thank all the neigh
bors and friends for their kindness,
assistance and sympathy during the
illness and passing away of our
brother and uncle, Louis Lory.
The Lory Family
Approximately 2,000,000 farm fam
ilies now enjoy electricity—nearly
three times the number in 1935.
Wanted—Farm hand, married, by
September 1 will hire by year or
on one-third profit basis. W. D.
Keel, 213 S. Main St., Bluffton. 13
Wanted—Reliable persons to call
on farmers in Hancock county. No
experience or capital required.
Steady work, good pay. Some mak
ing $100 in a week. Write Mr.
Wood, Box 14, Greenville, Ohio. 13
Wanted—Young man for regular
work. Inquire at the News.
Wanted—To buy building lot
cheap. Inquire 134 S. Mound St.
Mrs. R. C. Frick.
Wanted—To work now and while
going to school this winter. Treva
Matter, Rawson R. R. No. 1.
For rent—Apartment at 111 W.
College Ave. Mrs. Gertrude Gage.
For rent—Room for storage of
household goods, etc. centrally locat
ed and heated in winter. Inquire
News office.
For sale—1930 Ford Model A car,
good condition, priced right. Samuel
Bixel, 409 S. Main St. 1
For sale—Two piece living room
suite reasonable. Harry F. Barnes,
304 W. Elm. Phone 425-W.
For sale—Potatoes. Arthur Bad
ertscher. 16
For sale—Good cooking apples.
Geo. Reed, 1 Vs miles north on county
For sale—Ditching machine No.
14, choice of two. Louis Berning,
Minster, Ohio. 15
For sale—Good cooking and eating
apples, Steiner Fruit Fann, East of
For sale—Yellow transparent ap
ples. M. S. Burksolder, 2 miles w*st
of Bluffton
For sale—The Faze property on
South Main street, modern nine
room house being sold to settle
estate. See Paul Faze, Adm. 13
For sale—Pickles and potatoes.
Milton Badertscher, 2’,a miles north
east of Mt. Cory on Creek road. 13
For sale—The Battles property on
Cherry St. Inquire Mrs. John
Battles. 13
For sale—24 acres near New
Stark 80 acres on County line near
Bluffton 42 acres on Route 81 west
of Ada properties of Maude Coon
on Mound street, and Edgar Neuen
schwander, Lawn Ave. also grocery
store and meat market in Lima.
Althaus & Collins.
Lost—Towing chain off automobile.
Ralph Reichenbach.
The Hayes Marshall descendants
reunion will be held at the W. R.
Mayberry home, Columbus Grove,
Sunday, Aug. 3. Pres., Mrs. W. R.
Mayberry Sec., Mrs. Floyd Basing
er, Pandora.
The Murray family reunion will be
held at the home of H. G. Murray,
Bluffton, Sunday, July 27. Pres.,
Mrs. H. G. Murray sec., Ruth Mur
The Stager school reunion will be
held at Richand Grange southwest of
Buffton, Sunday, August 3. Basket
dinner at noon. Rosa Welty Sec.
The nineteenth Augsburger family
reunion wil be held at Lafayette park
Sunday, Aug. 10. Pres., Edwin Bad
ertscher sec., Mrs. Ray Marshall.
The twenty-second annual Barling
court-Deppler reunion will be held
Sunday, Augst 3 at the pavilion near
Riley creek in Pandora on Route 12.
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 to 180, $11.40 180 to
240, $11.60 240 to 260, $11.20 roughs
$9.50 stags, $8.00.
Calves, $12:00 lambs, $10.00.
Grain, (u. prices)—Wheat, No. 1,
88c wheat No. 2, 87c corn, 80’ac
oats, 32c soys, $1.20.
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Sunburn Cream
Suntan Lotions
Kodak Films
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