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THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1941
Mrs. R. G. Whisler of South Spring
street spent the past week end visit
ing her parents in Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zuercher and
daughter visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Fell in Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Franz Herr of
Toledo visited Saturday evening with
his brother, Frederick Herr and wife.
—Jitney supper will be held at the
Church of Christ next Tuesday night
from 5 to 7 o’clock. Everbody wel
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Doty and
daughter of Findlay visited Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Mrs.. N. WT. Cunningham of South
Jackson street is spending the week
with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Donaghue
in Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hauenstein
and Mrs. Edith Mann spent Sunday
in Marion visiting the Kent Hauen
stein family.
Mrs. A. L. Baumgartner spent the
past week at the home of her dau
ghter, Mrs. Ted Cunningham and
family in Lakewood.
Little Shirley Galloway has return
ed home after a two week’s visit in
Toledo with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Holden.
The Morning Star Cider Press will be operated for
the last week of the season on Wednesday, November 5.
We take this opportunity to thank the public for
their liberal patronage during the season.
Corp. Robert West has returned to
Camp Forrest, Tenn., after spending
a fifteen day furlough with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West.
Supt. and Mrs. Dwight Musselman
of Mt. Gilead were guests Sunday
at the home of her brother, Mr. and
Mrs. Dallas Berry and family.
Virginia Patrick, Jane Sutter, Don
ald Kratzer and Tommy Crawford
were Friday evening supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl and
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Stultz and
family of Findlay and Mrs. Steiner
Geiger and children were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Stultz of
Grove street.
James Basinger, student in Parks
Air College, East St. Louis, Ill.,
spent the week end here. He will
complete the course in aeronautics
and be graduated from that institu
tion in December.
Dr. and Mrs. Ortho Thompson and
family of Alliance, Mr. and Mrs. B.
D. Morgan, son David and daughter
Mary Ann of Middletown, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Parrish of Toledo, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Jordan of Findlay
spent Sunday visiting their father, C.
E. Thompson who is ill at his home
in Orange township.
Efficiency Integrity Progress
Free Ambulance Service
Phone 222-T 239 S. Main St.
1. Fill your House with Layers.
2. Cull out poor hens and pullets.
3. Get Rid of Worms. Use Rota Caps.
4. Feed “Master Egg Mash.”
5. See us about your poultry problems.
Pol. Adv.
Steiner’s Hatchery
Phone 182-W Oliver Zimmerman, Mgr.
... It costs LESS
... to grind MORE
Start today cutting your feed grinding costs with the
John Deere Hammer Mill
This 10-inch, portable hammer mill has been slashing
feed grinding costs on scores of farms—and it will save
money for you, too.
If it’s feed grinding, the John Deere will do it better
and more economically—it handles not only all small
grains, shelled corn and ear corn, but it does an excellent
job in cured fodder and hay crops as well.
It’s big enough to handle all the feed grinding re
quirements on your farm—but small enough for the in
dividual farmer to operate at a saving.
Its good work big capacity with a minimum of
operating costs smaller power requirements and
ease of operation are the pride of every owner.
Check up on the John Deere Hammer Mill today and
see how it will cut costs on your farm.
Bluffton Implement & Harness Co.
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
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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 S, 1879.
Merl Emans, of Louisville, Ky., was
a visitor at the home of Mrs. Bess
Goodman last week.
Rev. and Mrs. Lee B. Remaley of
Arlington were guests of Mr and Mrs.
Paul Clark and family, Sunday.
Mrs. Zilla Hixon has returned from
Hillsboro where she visited at the
home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Hixon.
Mrs. Jennie Althaus spent the week
end in Findlay, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William Fox and Rev. and Mrs.
A. L. Althaus.
Mrs. J. S. Steiner visited in Cleve
land the past week at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. D. A. Baumgart
ner and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Garner of Toledo
spent last Thursday and Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West and son Rob
ert of South Lawn avtjnue.
Mrs. Noah Augsburjfer and Mrs.
Joe Crouse of Ada were Sunday
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. E. Augsburger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elvin and
daughter Linda of Flint, Mich., visit
ed Sunday at the honue of Mr. and
Mrs. James Elvin of Pciplar street.
A community Hallowia’en masquer
ade party and jitney 1lunch will be
held at the Black school in Orange
township Friday night. All invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Devier and
Mr. and Mis. Robert Ewing spent the
week end in Detroit the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Whittemore and fam
Albert Niswander who has been
seriously ill with a heart ailment at
his home on South Jackson street
was reported improved, Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Amstutz and
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simons and
daughter Doris of Ada were Sun
day guests of Mrs. Bertha Matter
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eichelberger
and family of Toledo visited Friday
and Saturday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn of
West Elm street.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. Wiebe and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Cox and daughter of Ashtabula
also visited at the Wiebe home.
Hospital tag day will be observed
in Bluffton next Tuesday, election
day. Tags will be sold by members
of the Women’s Auxiliary and pro
ceeds will go to the Community hos
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bracy and dau
ghter Clara and Mr. and Mrs. Laurel
Bracy and daughter Ruth Ann of
Pandora were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bracy of South
Lawn avenue.
Frank Ludwig left Wednesday, re
turning to his home in Los Angeles,
after visiting for the past two months
here with his brother, Elmer Ludwig
and family and and his sister, Miss
Alice Ludwig of Poplar street.
Mrs. M. M. Kibler has returned
from Lorain where she visited at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W.
Bash. Mrs. Kibler was accompanied
home by Mrs. Bash and Mrs. Harold
Preble also of Lorain who spent the
first of the week here.
Miss Joan Gratz, a student at Ohio
Wesleyan university at Delaware, was
a recent guest of her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rogers and
grandson, James A. Griffith. Miss
Gratz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi O. Gratz of Gainesville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Buhler,
children Genevieve, Joann and Sam
uel, Harriet Amstutz and Alice Jean
Bixel attended church sendees at the
Berne, Ind. Mennonite church after
which they visited the Civilian Public
Sendee camp located kt Bluffton,
Elma Schifferly-Elvin presented a
number of pupils in a recital at her
studio this Wednesday afternoon. Ap
pearing on the program were Elise
Chamberlain, Miriam Basinger, Ma
bel Burkholder, Sarah Amsutz, Mary
Ellen Luginbuhl, Kirk Ferguson, John
Moser, Dean Ferguson, Alfred Ba
singer and Oral Redick.
Removals by Diller ambulance:
Clarence J. Jones from Bluffton hos
pital to his home in Union township
Mrs. Earl Hamilton from Findlay hos
pital to her home northeast of Bluff
ton Sammy Bill Diller from Bluffton
hospital to his home on Cherry street
Mrs. Lloyd Stoodt and infant daught
er from Lima Memorial hospital to
her home northwest of Cairo.
Mrs. Ross Finney of Minneapolis,
Minn., and daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Theodore Finney of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
visited at the home of John Bowers
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowers, east
of Beaverdam, Friday afternoon.
They brought greetings from Dr. I.
W. Geiger and family, their next door
neighbor in Minneapolis. Mrs. Fin
ney’s husband before his death was
instructor in sociology at the univer
sity. They were enrote to Pittsburgh
where Mrs. Finney’s son is director
of music at the University of Pitts
Builders Class
The Builders class of the Method
ist church will enjoy a potluck sup
per and Halloween masquerade at
the church dining room Thursday
evening beginning at 6:30 o’clock.
Legion Auxiliary
Members of the Bluffton Legion
Auxiliary who attended the fall dis
trict conference of the Legion at
Minster last week were: Mrs.
Hulda Amstutz, Mrs. Josephine Ben
roth, Mrs. Marie Stonehill, Mrs.
Nina Fritchie and Mrs. Gaynelle
Rockey. Bluffton was the first quota
unit to report. Mrs. Brown of Ken
ton, district president, was in
charge of the meeting.
To Wed Saturday
Announcement has been made of
the coming wedding of Charles Stein
er, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Steiner,
of South Main street and Miss Evelyn
Rumble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Kinder Mitchell of Findlay.
The wedding will tab
day evening at 6:45
Cory Evangelical chu
pastor, Rev. Kauffn
Following the ceremc
will be held at the
at 7:45 o’clock.
Both Mr. Steiner an
are employed at the pl
lett Electrical Instru
place Satur
lock at Mt.
Entertain Radio Club
Members of the Bluffton Radio
club and their wives were entertained
at a 6 o’clock dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Herr, Friday
Enjoying the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. Don Reams, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Brauen, Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Benroth.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Diller, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Benroth and Mr. and
Mrs. Herr and sons Floyd and Evan.
Federation Meeting
The Federated Women’s clubs will
hold their first meeting at the
Bluffton High school cafeteria this
Wednesday night at 7:15 o’clock.
All members are urged to come to
this meeting promptly in order that
the meeting may be dismissed in
time to attend the lecture by Dr.
Garry Myers in the auditorium at
8:00 o’clock.
Honor Bride
Mrs. Elmer Fett was honored at
a bridal shower held at the country
home of Mrs. Boyd Clapper Satur
day night. The evening was spent
playing bingo and Halloween games.
The prizes for the evening went to
Naomi Basinger, Winifred and
Harriet Fett.
Many beautiful gifts were received
and refreshments were served to
the following: Treva Dillman, Ger
trude Basinger, Luella Luginbuhl,
Naomi Basinger, Mary Morton,
Marion Clapper, Glada Wilkins.
Winifred and Harriet Fett, Mrs.
Ray Clapper, Mrs. Elmer Fett, Sr.,
Mrs. John Wilkins, the honored
guest and hostess.
Regrets and gifts were sent by
Edythe Badertscher, Melvena Lewis,
Treva Wilkins, Mrs. Boyd Clapper,
Sr., Margaret Peterson.
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Dr. Jeanne
Diller, daughter of Mrs. W. E. Diller
of South Main street to John
Thomas Maidlow, Jr., of Ottawa,
was announced at an informal party
given for the betrothed by Mr. and
Mrs. Sherwood Diller and Milburn
Diller at the Legion hall Thursday
Invited guests were:
Mrs. Waldo Diller, Misses Mar
garet Berky, Eloise Whitmore, Betty
Keeney, Marcella Niswander Jason
Triplehorn, Evan Soash, Robert
Murray, Bert Smucker, Fred Lingel,
Mr. and Mrs. Orden Smucker, Dr.
and Mrs. B. W’. Travis, Mr. and Mrs.
William Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.
Arden Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bogart, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Triplett, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stauffer,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coffin, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilford Steiner, Mr. and
Mrs. Wood row Little, Mr. and Mrs.
James Basinger, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin
Moser of Bluffton.
Misses Mary Porter, Ruth Ann
Pletcher, Dorothy Stelzer, Catherine
Knisely, Virginia Galvin, Gwen King,
Thelma Reese, John Bowler, Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Long, Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Ramseyer, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schoenlein, Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. Orrin Dickason, of Lima Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fry, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Nate Ganger, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hoffman, of Ottawa Dr.
and Mrs. Ormand Spender-Greense,
of Kenton Dr. and Mrs. Coit Black,
of Defiance, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Hull, of Tiffin.
Richland Community Circle
The Richland Community Circle
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Thelma Balmer on Thursday night
November 13 at 8:00 o’clock. Mrs.
Lena Gratz will be assistant hostess.
The following program will be
presented: Devotionals, Lena Gratz
Choice O’Seasonr, Kathryn Moser
Thanks, For What?, Florence Schau
blin Thanks for Country Living,
Addie Graber The White Squaw,
Helen Moser America’s First
Thanksgiving, Reigh Amstutz con
test, Louise Green.
Gertrude Hoy Circle
The Gertrude Hoy Missionary
Circle of the St. John Evangelical
and Reformed church will meet at
the home of Mrs. Georgia Irwin
next Monday night, at 8:00 o’clock.
The theme of the program will be
“Sharing My Community’s Prob
lems’’. Miss Levada Balmer will be
the leader.
Alpha Gamma Club
The Alpha Gamma club will meet
at the home of Miss Carolyn Romey
Friday night at 8:00 o’clock. The
following program will be presented:
National Health, Our First Line of
Defense, Miss Helen Maxwell Dun
can Hines’, “Adventures in Good
Fating”, Mrs. Harry Bogart.
Farm Woman’s Club
The Farm Woman’s Club of
Orange township will meet at the
home of Mrs. Clyde Warren on
Thursday afternoon, November 6.
The following program will be pre
sented: Devotionals, Myrle Warren
The First Thanksgiving Day, Clara
Augsburger Vocal Duet, Ethel
Shilling and Maudq, T1tompson The
Four Marys, Eulalia \\’arren Poem,
Dr. Edwin McNeil Poteat, noted
Cleveland minister, will speak at the
annual Bluffton college Bible lec
tures starting Sunday morning, No
vember 9.
Dr. Poteat will lecture at the col
lege in the mornings and at the
First Mennonite church in the even
ings as has been customary in past
years. The lectures will be based on
the eighth chapter of the Gospel ac
cording to John.
In connection with the Bible lec
tures a ministerial retreat will be
held on the campus. Speakers are
Dr. R. Lincoln Long, pastor of the
Collingwood Avenue Presbyterian
church of Toledo Rev. R. L. Hartz
ler, director of the Civilian Public
Service camp at Bluffton, Ind. and
Dr. O. E. Baker, sociologist with
the Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C. Dr. Baker will
discuss the problems of the rural
Family Gathering
Homecoming of the Ludwig family
was held last Sunday at the home of
Miss Alice Ludwig on Poplar street
in honor of Frank Ludwig of Los
Angeles who is visiting here.
Enjoying the affair were Frank
Ludwig, Los Angeles Mrs. E. C.
Steiner, Dr. David L. and Mrs.
Steiner and son Davy, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Ludwig and Mrs. Laura
Harvey of Lima.
LaVerne Morrison, Arlington Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Deppler, Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. Worthington Esch,
Findlay Mrs. Anna George, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Hummon and Glen Lud
wig, Leipsic Mrs. Emma Dickson,
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Guin, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Deppler and the hostess, Miss
Alice Ludwig all of Bluffton.
The family wish to express their
heartfelt thanks for the kindness
and help shown us, through the
sickness and death and burial of
our beloved wife and mother, Mrs.
Dora Foltz, by the able nurse Miss
Hilda Bixel, Mrs. Lovella Champ,
cousin of Mr. Foltz, Mrs. Downing,
Mrs. Fowler and other neighbors,
the Ladies Aid society of Beaver
dam, the pastor, Rev. Nichols of
Piqua Methodist church for his con
soling words, to the singers, to the
funeral director, Mr. Diller and to
the friends and relatives who have
presented flowers of which Dora had
been so fond, and to all who by
their words and actions have tried
to lighten our burden of grief.
s lor iionw,
Nellie Hiestand Poem,
Kimmel Surprise Feature, Clara
Poinsettia Club
A Halloween party will be enjoyed
by the Poinsettia club Wednesday
night. Hostesses are Mrs. Forest
Harmon and Mrs. Ross Gotshall.
Alice Freeman Club
Canada was the center of interest
at the meeting of the Alice Freeman
club held at the home of Mrs. Ger
hard Buhler of South Lawn avenue
Wednesday afternoon. The follow
ing program was presented: Geo
graphical and Historical Survey of
the Dominion, Mrs. Hiram Althaus
Vacationing—Eastern Canada, Mrs.
I. B. Beeshy “Shadows on The
Rocks’’, Mrs. Edwin Amstutz.
Bible Lectures At
Bluffton College
The Family
Tip From Horse
“Out of the horse’s mouth’’ has
been interpreted as meaning “a
straight tip” from the horse himself
as to the winner of a race,
Peace Contests In
Churches Sunday
Bluffton young people will give
orations in the annual Prince of
Peace declamation contest to be held
in various Bluffton churches Sunday
night at 7:30 o’clock.
The contest is sponsored by the
Ohio Council of churches and is the
first in a series of elimination con
tests to determine the state winner.
Contests Sunday night are as fol
Methodist—Robert Cooney, Dorothy
Anderson, Hildred Eversole, Glenna
Swick, Margaret Shumaker, Jean
Ann Steinman.
First Mennonite—Rosann Hilty,
Marjorie Niswander, Virginia Geig
er, John Schmidt, Denard Loganbill,
Raymond Schumacher, Roger Howe,
Russell Gratz.
Church of Christ—Roberta and
Eileen Wenger, Marcene Stonehill,
Mary Jane Worthington, Harold
Crouse, Earl Dean Luginbuhl, Freda
Fritchie, Herbert Conrad.
Group sponsored by Bluffton col
lege—Florence Ann Hofer, Ellen Ba
singer, Wilma Steiner, Alice Oyer,
Darlene Truex, Ruth Hankish, James
Reichenbach, Dorothy Jennings.
1 he Reformed and Presbyterian
chuiches will hold their contests one
week from Sunday.
Where Our Boys Are
Maurice Boutwell
Co. D, 53rd Inf. Tng. Bn.
Camp Wolters, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz, Mrs..
Eli Amstutz and Miss Eunice Am
stutz visited Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Habegger in
Berne, Ind.
Wanted—Scrap steel and metals.
Highest prices paid. Dana Mathew
son, 128 Riley- St. tf
Wanted—Hatching eggs from pure
bred flocks of all breeds if you have
chicks that can qualify for the Ohio
U. S. Approved plan. We will pay
liberal premiums above matket price.
Write or call Blue Ribbon Hatchery.
Inc., Beaverdam, Ohio. 27
Reliable farmer wants to rent
farm near Bluffton for cash rent.
Write Geo. Manges, Findlay, Route
4, Box 220. 27
Wanted—To buy farm of 40 to 50
acres located within six miles of
Bluffton. Write Box 106, Bluffton
News. 29
Wanted—Corn, oats, soybeans. We
handle complete line of hog, poultry,
cattle feeds. Master Feed Mill, phone
317. W.
Mrs. Alma Bixel, Spencer corsetiere,
will be pleased to give you a free fig
ure analysis. She has been expertly
trained in rendering Spencer service.
307 S. Main St., Bluffton. Phone 145
For rent—90 acre farm, good
buildings and fences 2 miles west
and 1 mile north of Bluffton, known
as Chris Steiner farm, possession
March 1. I. A. Stull, Barr Hotel,
For sale—McCormick single disc
also Hoover potato digger. Glen
Zimmerly, ’2 mile north of Hilty
For sale—Modern house at 429 S.
Main street, to close estate reason
able. Paul Faze, executor. tf
For sale—Three side glass framed
storm porch also leather uphol tered
easy rocking chair. Mrs. Leslie Kim
mel, 537 S. Main St.
For sale—25 White Wyandot pul
lets ready to lay. Harvey J. Gratz.
Phone 562-Y.
For sale—Firewood for fireplace or
chunk wood also Irish Cobbler po
tatoes. Clarence Steiner, Bluffton
phone 535-T. tf
For sale—Red and Golden Delicious
and Wagner apples. N. W. Basinger,
5. Main St. 27
For sale—Nice sweet turnips.
Sutter Vegetable Farm, Pandora. 29
For sale—Sweet cider and apples.
Augsburger Fruit Farm. tf
For sale—Business block on S.
Main St. also lot on Spring St. Edith
L. Mann, phone 197-W. tf
For sale—10 varieties of winter ap
ples also cider apples. W. G. Carr,
3L miles north of town. 27
For sale—Fresh shipment of cactus
plants. Genuine California cactus
logs. Come and see them—they are
different. Kempf's Paper Store, 127
N. Lawn Ave.
For sale—Electric range, apart
ment model, used short time only.
Inquire 217 South Main St.
For sale—80 acres good land, no
buildings, 2 miles south and ’2 mile
east of Beaverdam, known as
Sawyer farm. Mrs. Abbie M. John.
For sale—To settle estate, 90 acre
farm (one of those good ones) 3’2
miles southwest of Pandora in Swiss
community 8 room house bank barn,
silo hog house, cribs, coop, adapted
to livestock farming. Electricity, 2
good wells, abundance of fruit. Well
drained deep black loam with clay
subsoil. One-half purchase price can
be financed over long term at low in
terest rates. Contact Clarence D.
Diller, Executor, Pandora, Ohio. 31
Lost—Wire haired brown terrier,
answers to name of “Buster”. Find
er notify Harold Montgomery, ’4
mile west of Main school.
Last Rites For
Mrs. Vern Foltz
Funeral services for Mrs. Dora M.
Foltz of Beaverdam, former Bluffton
resident, were held Monday after
noon. The services took place in the
Methodist church at Rockford with
Rev. Bryce Nichols of Piqua officiat
Mrs. Foltz died at her home in
Beaverdam, Saturday, after an ill
ness of two years. A former resi
dent of Bluffton, the family moved
to Beaverdam several years ago
where her husband is employed as
station agent for the Nickel Plate
She was a native of Rockford and
a member of the Beaverdam Metho
dist church at the time of her death.
Interment was made in Fountain
Chapel cemetery near Rockford.
Surviving are her husband, Vern
Foltz and three sons by- a former
marriage: Lester Piper of New York
city and Robert and Philip Piper at
home and three step-children Harold
Foltz of North Olmstead Irvin Foltz
of Ft. Wayne and Mrs. Minnie
McKee of Portland, Indiana.
Also surviving are two sisters,
Mrs. Myrtle Baker and Miss Ruth
Pifer both of Coldwater, Mich., and
three brothers, Leroy Pifer of Rock
ford Raymond Pifer of Coldwater,
Mich., and Ralph Pifer of Celina.
Wednesday Morning
s—160 to 180, $9.50 180 to
9.70 220 to 250, $9.50 roughs,
Would your insurance
do the job ..
Insurance is payable in dol
lars—and dollars may not go
as far now as they did when
your policy was written.
Would your insurance be
sufficient to replace the prop
erty if it were called on to do
so today?
We will he glad to assist in
checking your insurance and
bringing it up to date. That’s
part of our service—without
obligation, of course.
Dependable Insurance for
Dependable People
buy your Christmas Cards
until you have seen the
marvelous values we have
to offer on the 1c Sale,
Wed., Thurs., Fri. & Sat.,
Nov. 5-6-7 & S.
Drug Shop
0 1 fl II
and PAT O’BRIEN in
Escape To Glory
COMING: Life Begins for
Andy Hardy
Blossoms in the Dust

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