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THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1941
Just received a big lot of Christmas
candies. Good assortment of bon
bons in attractive holiday boxes al
so home made candies, fruits and nuts.
Chocolate for dipping and peanuts for
candy making. Get your Christmas
tree early. Come here and get your
money’s worth. Hankish Fruit store.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Clark and family
of Grove street had as their guests,
Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Harve Wel
day of Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Bushong, Mrs. Loma McClure,
Mrs. Russell Harris and Frank Berg
mo-ser all of Col. Grove.
Religious Christmas cards at
Sidney’s Drug shop.
Efficiency Integrity Progress
Free Ambulance Service
Phone 222-T 239 S. Main St.
For fall pigs to pick up Necro parasite, or being full of worms,
getting the Flu or out of condition from many causes.
GOLD LEAF MINERAL eliminates all of these troubles, corrects
them after infection. Saves 10' to 17' in feed, up to 3.V,'r in
protein concentrates and supplements.
LN THE EYE. We can look you square in the eye by the hundred,
tell you these savings and corrections and many more places where
Gold Leaf can be used at a big savings.
FREE SERVICE. Buy Gold Leaf of your dealer oh a positive
money back guarantee. Call or write us, our trip and instructing
you how to give the 1-6-1-12 treatment will cost you nothing. Not
satisfied your money will be refunded. Don’t put off till half of
your pigs are dead. Keep them in tip-top condition by feeding
Gold Leaf regularly. See your Dealer at Bluffton Milling Co.,
Farmers’ Grain Co., Steiner’s Feed Store.
The feed determines the quality of
the pork, as well as how quickly weight
is taken on. Ordinarily it takes 12 to
13 bushels of corn to produce 100
pounds of pork, when corn is fed alone.
With a ration like pig grower, this
same 100 pounds of pork can be pro
duced with 5^2 bushels of corn and
40 pounds of Old Fort Hog Mix.
The Bbfftoii Milling Co.
gi^you winter
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Gorham spent
last Thursday with friends at Eid
A number from Bluffton will motor
to Berne, Ind., Sunday evening to at
tend the rendition of “The Messiah”.
It is being presented by a chorus of
150 voices directed by Freeman Burk
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Tripplehom
have returned from a motor trip to
Columbia, Mo., where they visited at
the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ken
neth Newland and family. Mr. New’
land is an instructor in the music.de
partment of Stevens College for Jiris
at Columbia.
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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.
Religious Christmas cards at
Sidney’s Drug shop.
Cemetery wreaths and bouquets.
Grove Street Greenhouses.
Mrs. Ethel Roberts and daughter
Virginia spent Wednesday at Col.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Locher and
family of Cleveland visited relatives
here over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Caris of Bor
den, Texas, visited Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Nonnamaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Basinger and
family of Pandora visited Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ob
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Stultz and
family of Findlay spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stultz
of Grove street.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Murray of
Cherry street will leave Thursday
for St. Petersburg, Florida, to spend
the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty were
Sunday guests at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Kent Welty and daughter
at Ottawa.
Mrs. Byron Stratton of Niagara
Falls, N. Y., is visiting at the home
of her parents, A. S. McCune of
Geiger street.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Welty, former
Bluffton residents, now of Ft. Wayne,
visited relatives and friends over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stonehill
and son Don spent the week-end
visiting in Virginia at the home of
Mr. Stonehill’s sister.
Mrs. Joe Crouse and son Eugene
of Ada and Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Augsburger of Lima were Sunday
guests at the home of Mrs. Noah
Election of officers for the coming
year will be held at the meeting of
the Royal Neighbor lodge, Friday
night. Following the election a pot
luck supper will be held.
The Beatrice Beauty shop will be
open every day and evening except
Sunday, until 4 o’clock Christmas
eve, closing then to open again Jan
uary 5. Phone 309-W, Citizens Bank
Bldg. 36
Religious Christmas cards at
Sidney’s Drug shop.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stewart of
Mahoningtown, Pa., spent the week
end visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Marshall in Orange town
ship and also relatives in Rockport.
They returned to their home Tues
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stevens ot
Lafayette entertained at dinner Sun
day the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Nique and sons of Find
lay Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deerhake,
Mrs. Bertha Matter, Rolland Matter,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Armbrecht and
daughter Nancy Ruth of Findlay. The
occasion was in honor of the first
birthday anniversary of little Nancy
Ruth Armbrecht.
Removals by Diller ambulance:
David Frick from Bluffton hospital
to his home on Cherry street Noah
Moser from his home north of
Beaverdam to Bluffton hospital
Garvin Lee from Bluffton hospital
to his home northwest of Bluffton
Mrs. Chas. Emans and infant from
Bluffton hospital to their home on
North Main street Mrs. John Max
on from Bluffton hospital to her
home on Kibler street Mrs. Ray
Johnson and infant daughter from
Bluffton hospital to the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Brogan
in Col. Grove Mrs. Ed Painter from
northeast of Ada to Bluffton hos
pital Dorotha Mae Bridenbaugh
from Bluffton hospital to the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Err
Bridenbaugh, northeast of Pandora
Mrs. Noah N. Basinger from her
home in Orange township to Bluffton
Among those from a distance at
tending funeral services held for Al
bert Niswander, Friday afternoon at
the First Mennonite church were:
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Foust, children
William and Vivian, of Akron Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Clough, Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Steiner, Eph Steiner of Dayton
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Steiner, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Klopfenstein, Orrville
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steiner, Smith
ville Ira and Noah Thutt, West
Liberty Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Dan
iels, Mr. and Mrs. John Rochester,
Joseph Grimes, Toledo Mr. and Mrs.
John Stern, Delphos Lyle Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manges, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Taylor, Findlay Mr. and
Mrs. Carey Steiner, Stanley and Er
vin Steiner, Columbus Miss Cath
erine Niswander, Philadelphia Mr.
and Mrs. Menno Bixel, Bellefontaine
Mrs. Chas. Strahm, Seattle, Wash.
Melvin Sevett, Ft. Wayne Mr. and
Mrs. Bashford Porter and daughter
Esther, Marion Rev. and Mrs.
Adam Welty, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Welty, Al Forman, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harmon, Miss Dorothy and
Jack Harmon, Mrs. Chas. Stryker,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frick and family
visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A Swaney of Lima
Noah Moser of near Beaverdam is
a patient in Bluffton hospital ser
iously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. C. F. Stratton, who has been
quite ill for the past two weeks is
somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. W’ayne Deppler of
Sidney and Kenneth Deppler of
Columbus visited Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Deppler
of South Main street.
Religious Christmas cards at
Sidney’s Drug shop.
Pure home made candy for Christ
mas. Leave your orders now. Mrs.
Sam Bixel, South Main street. 36
James Birchnaugh is home from
Camp Shelby on a week’s furlough
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Birchnaugh.
John Ryan who has rented his farm
in Orange township expects to leave
soon for California to visit his son
Ed Ryan.
C. G. Cobum has returned from a
several weeks’ eastern trip, during
which he visited his daughter, Miss
Vera Ross Cobum in New York city
and also spent some time in Wash
Mrs. W. E. Diller returned from
Webster Groves, Mo., Wednesday
morning where she has been visitinng
her daughter, Dr. Jeanne K. Diller.
Dr. Diller has opened an osteopathic
office in that city.
Mrs. Eugene Denham and daugh
ter, Miss Lucille Denham of Clover
Port, Ky., are here taking care of
the former’s daughter, Mrs. C. E.
Greiner who is convalescing at her
home on the Hofstetter farm north
of Bluffton following a major opera
tion at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Renick of
Columbus visited Sunday at the
home of her aunt, Miss Louise Ruhl
of South Main street. Mrs. Renick
will be remembered here as former
ly Miss Virginia Ruhl.
Lewis Kelly, who was injured in
a truck accident several weeks ago
was removed in the Stanley Bas
inger ambulance from the Bluffton
hospital to Lima where he was
placed on a train and returned to his
home in Akron.
Religious Christmas cards at
Sidney’s Drug shop.
Revival services in progress at the
Liberty Chapel church. All are in
vited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Montgomery
and daughter Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Matter attended the Slosser fam
ily gathering Sunday at the Robert
Slosser home in Fostoria.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Irvin and sons
spent Sunday eve at the Ivan Mont
gomery home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and
Miss Margaret Guider attended the
funeral of Dr. Smith of Dunkirk, Sun
day afternoon.
Sunday dinner guests at the H. O.
Hilty home were: Mr. and Mrs.
Reed Hilty and daughter of Piqua,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. 01
en Friedly of Dunkirk.
Mrs. Martha Flick, Mrs. Edith
Mann of Bluffton and Mrs. R. E.
Hughson of Orient called Friday on
Mrs. Eva Montgomery at the Vaughn
Spellman home in Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Dye, Raymond Tuttle and
Mrs. Chas. Hall attended the funeral
of P. M. Handler of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Biery and dau
ghter and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hilty
called at the Chas Montgomery home
one day last week
Mrs. Eva Montgomery spent sever
al days at the Chas. Montgomery
home last week.
Sunday dinner guests at the J. C.
Montgomery home Friday W’ere: Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Matter and daughter,
Mrs. Anna Groman and grandchildren
Margaret and Morris, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Klingler and son Clyde. After
noon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Edinger of near Portage.
The L. A. S. and H. M. S. of the
Liberty Chapel church will meet this
Thursday for an all day meeting with
Mrs. Shirley Nonnamaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Moore and
son of Chicago spent the week end at
the W. I. Moore home Sunday. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dye
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall and fam
East Orange
The Women’s Missionary meeting
of the Riley Creek Baptist church will
be held in the home of Mrs. Charley
Fisher and daughter, Helen on Wed
nesday, Dec. 18th, it will be an all
day meeting with a Christmas pro
gram and exchange in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Agin and dau
ghter Mary of Ada Mrs. Edna Rick
et of Dola called on Mr. and Mrs.
Will Stager one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs, Shirley Nonnamaker
and daughters of Bluffton called in
the O. W. Nonnamaker home, Sun
day afternoon.
Wednesday Morning
Hogs—160 to 180, $10.30 180 to
220, $10.40 220 to 250, $10.10
roughs, $8.75 stags, $7.50.
Calves, $12.75 lambs, $11.00.
Grain (bu. prices)—Wheat, $1.14
corn, 66c oats, 50c soys, $1.60.
Women’s Council
The Women’s Council will meet in
the Girl Reserves room at Bluffton
High school Thursday afternoon at
3 o’clock.
Grange Christmas Party.
Annual Christmas party of the
Richland Grange will be held at the
Grange hall, Tuesday night. The fol
lowing program has been arranged:
Group singing of carols A Christmas
Story, Mrs. R. A. Stratton vocal solo,
James Gratz A pantomime—“News
boy Tim,” Juvenile Grange recita
tion, Carolyn Moser vocal solo, Mrs.
Arthur Bowers recitation, LaVerne
Moser song, Rodney Jennings Play,
“Trouble in Santa Land,” Juvenile
Fun Party
A fun party was held at the home
of Sara Louise Amstutz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Amstutz, one
mile west of Bluffton, Monday night,
November 29. The first part of the
■evening was spent in playing games
after which dancing was enjoyed. A
treasure hunt was held just before re
freshments were served.
Guests included: Esther Berkv,
Nadine Allman, Genevieve Buhler, Al
ice Jean Bixel, Juanita Baine, Doris
Barber, Mary Margaret Basinger,
Jean Ann Steinman, Eileen Weinhold,
Mabel Burkholder, the hostess, Sara
Louise Amstutz.
Bill Amstutz, David Amstutz, Gor
don Bixel, James Daily, Evan Herr,
Otto Klassen, Dean Niswander, Chas.
Trippiehorn, Ronald Zimmerly. Re
grets were sent by Robert Gratz and
David Anderson.
Birthday Party
In honor of the birthday of Mrs.
Adella Oyer, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Steiner, entertained a group of friends
at their home west of Bluffton, Fri
day night.
Contests and games were enjoyed
by the group after which the honored
guest was presented with lovely gifts.
Refreshments were served to the fol
lowing guests: Misses Minerva Hilty,
Floy McBane, Marie Landis, Meredith
Stepleton, Lavada Balmer, Mary Sy
pos, Alice, Lois and Ethelyn Oyer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewing, Supt. A.
J. B. Longsdorf, the honored guest
and the hosts.
Grange Memorial Service
The Grange Memorial service win
be held in the Perry Township High
school auditorium, Monday night at
8 o’clock.
Alice Freeman Club
A Christmas party will be held by
the Alice Freeman club at the home
of Prof, and Mrs. Russel Lantz of
Campus Drive, Wednesday night at
6:15 o’clock. Assisting hsotesses are
Mrs. Hiram Althaus, Mrs. Cyrus
Schumacher and Mrs. C. .Niswand
er. The following program will be
presented: Yuletide Songs and Leg
end, Mrs. Cal Steiner Singing of
Christmas carols, Prof. Lantz.
The Kings Guards
The Kings Guards, mystery moth
ers, will hold a banquet in the base
ment of the Methodist church,
Thursday night at 6 o’clock.
Beavers Lose To
Kenyon By 71 To 57
Ahead the first 10 minutes of the
game, the Bluffton College Beavers
saw their lead whittled down in a
high scoring race when they were
defeated by Kenyon college 71 to 57
in a basketball game at Kenyon
Tuesday night.
The scoring margin was close dur
ing most of the game with the half
time score standing at 33 to 32.
During the second half, however,
Kenyon was never topped.
Forward Heiks of Bluffton made
nine baskets and a free throw for
19 points, for second highest scor
ing honors. Forward Lynch of Ken
yon made 20 points on 10 field goals.
The Bluffton team played without
the services of Thutt, tall Beaver
center from Elida.
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation and thanks for the many
acts of kindness, fhoughtfullness and
sympathy extended in the illness and
death of our beloved husband and
father, Albert Niswander. We also
wish to thank Rev. Unruh and Rev.
Soldner who officiated at the funeral
Clara Lora and Hilda Bixel who were
the nurses during his two months of
illness the pall bearers the singers,
and all those who sent the beautiful
floral gifts and assisted otherwise in
any way.
Mrs. Ethel Niswander and
daughter, Letha.
We wish to thank all the friends
and neighbors for their aid and sym
pathy extended in the illness and
death of our beloved father, Albert H.
Marshall also Rev. Armentrout who
officiated at the funeral services and
al! those sending flowers.
The Family.
Christmas Carols
In Lima Broadcast
Christmas carols and solos from
the Messiah and Christmas poems
will be presented over station WLOK
of Lima in the Bluffton college
broadcast Thursday night at 9:30
The following program will be
presented: solos from the Messiah,
Dorothy Burner piano arrangements
of Christmas music, Ruth Zuider
hoek two Christmas carols, Dorothy
Burner, Marcile and Lucille Steiner
Christmas poems, Mrs. P. W. Stauf
fer cello solo, Betty Steinman.
Baseball Star At
Downtown Coaches
Moving pictures of big league
baseball stars and comments by For
est “Tot” Presnell of the Chicago
Cubs baseball team, featured the
meeting of the Downtown Coaches
association at the Bluffton High
school auditorium Thursday night.
Presnell is a former Findlay resi
dent and is well known to a number
of sports fans in the community.
Birthday Anniversary
The eighty-third birthday anni
versary of Isaac Stauffer was the
occasion of a family dinner at his
home on South Lawn avenue, Sun
Guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Hamilton, Kenneth Stauf
fer and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Stauffer
all of Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Stuckey of Ft. Wayne Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Stauffer, Mrs. Mabel Minck
and sons Harry and Richaid of
The family wishes to extend their
sincere appreciation and thanks to
those who expressed sympathy and
rendered deeds of kindness during
their sorrow. They wish especially to
thank Rev. A. C. Schultz who officiat
ed at the funeral, the singers for then
services, the many beautiful floral of
ferings and for the assistance by ’he
ladies of the Ebenezer church on the
day of the funeral.
Notice For Watkins products,
write or see True W. Yale, 529 Union
St., Ada, O. Dealer for Richland,
Jackson, Auglaize, Perry and Bath
townships. Try our New Improved
Mineral compound for poultry, hogs,
and stock. A real money saver. 33
For sale—Firewood for fireplace or
chunk wood also Irish Cobbler po
tatoes. Clarence Steiner, Bluffton
phone 535-T. tf
For Sqle—Modern house at 426 S.
Main street, to close estate reason
able. Paul Faze, executor. tf
For sale—Sweet cider, apples and
fresh apple butter. Augsburger Fruit
Farm. tf
For sale—12 varieties of good win
ter apples also good home made ap
plebutter. Steiner Fruit Farm, east
of town. tf
Booking orders for dressed White
Rock chickens for Christmas dinner.
Orders not accepted after December
22. Mrs. John Warren, Bluffton
For sale—Business block on So.
Main St., also lot on Spring St.
Edith L. Mann, phone 187-W. tf
For sale—Fresh cut Christmas
trees, 3 ft. and up. B. J. Boutwell,
3 miles east of Orange Center.
Order your broiler chicks now.
Steiner’s hatchery, phone 182-W.
Wanted—100 farmers to compare
quality and price of Master Mix
concentrates. Master Feed Mill,
phone 317-W.
For sale—Duncan Fife dining
room suite with six chairs. Rev.
Chas. Armentrout, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Line and end posts cut
from railroad ties, originally creo
soted. Buy these posts at half the
cost of any others. See these posts
and be convinced of their value.
Put in your spring supply now. See
Frank Lugibihl, 4 miles south of
Bluffton on Bentley road.
For sale—$450 player piano and
rolls. I will let it go for $39.00.
$5 a month to reliable party. Write
today as to when piano can be seen
in Bluffton. Write Mrs. Mary
Schultz, Route 5, Box 229A, Wau
kesha, Wisconsin.
For sale—Modern property on Cher
ry street. Inquire Mrs. Grace Loch
er, Admr., 140 Cherry St.
Wanted—100 shocks of corn to husk
for the fodder. Kenneth Steiner,
I phone 626-Y.
For rent—Modern 5 room house on
C. C. Burkholder farm 4 miles north
east of Pandora. Inquire nt farm.
For sale—Two used boys’ bicycles
also us g’rl’s i icycle in pood con
dition. Bluff.tm 1.'.cycle shop., N. C.
Herr, prop.
Ezra P. Bucher and Family.
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I will continue to haul Ohio coal.
Call me on Jenera phone and reverse
charge. Elmer Burkholder. tf
Wanted—Hides and furs. Top
price. N. L. Emick, Cairo. 36
For sale—Grimes, Delicious, Bald
win, Winesap and Banana apples.
W. G. Carr, 3‘6 miles north of
town. 34
quality is
twice a Gift
Special cards for special
people. We carry a very
pretty assortment of re- 1
ligious greeting cards.
We try to provide
prompt, pains
taking service.
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