THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1912
Troop 56 by Robert Stratton
Troop 56 attended the civilian de
fense rally at the high school Mon
day night to assist in details of the
program. Helping were Gene Pat
terson, Paul Don Bixel, Robert Ram
seyer, James Harmon, Gordon Bixel,
Otto Klassen, Harry Minck, Richard
Minck, Don Augsburger and Scout
masters Karl Gable and Paul Win
The Eagle and Flying Eagle pa
trol packed papers at Harry Minck’s
bam Tuesday night.
The troop has adopted a new plan
for collecting papers. Each boy
must collect and turn in 25 pounds
of papers every week. If he misses
two weeks in a row he must collect
25. additional pounds.
Robert Ramseyer has passed the
second class safety, knife and hatch
Troop 82 by David Stearns
At the meeting Monday night
David Frick gave a talk on the new
knot board the troop purchased.
Later the troop went in a body to
the defense meeting in the high
Seven of the scouts assisted in the
ushering at the rally. These were:
Maynard Pogue, Karl and David
Frick, John Bracy, Roderick Non
namaker, Robert Coon and Keith
A Dime Out of
Every Dollar in
Paul E. Whitmer. Agent
245 W. Grove St.—Phone 350-W
Gideon A. Lehman who has been
seriously ill with a heart ailment
bad the following callers: Mr. and
Mrs. David Neuenscnwander, Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Spallinger and
sons, Mr. Ed Fett and Miss Conrad,
Mr. Sam Augsburger, Miss Emma
Lehman, Mr. Adam Bixler, Rev. A.
C. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Jo Gerde
nian, Mr. Joseph Gerdeman, Jr., Mr.
Gannatter, Mrs. Green, Mr. Joel
Amstutz and daughter Odula. Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Bixel and daughter
Dora, Misses Stella and Dora Kirch
ofer, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bixler, Mr.
and Mrs. S. S. Bixel, Mr. and Mrs.
Byron Manges and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Hofstetter, Mr. Henry
Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Augsburger
Mrs. Noah Steiner of Pandora Mrs.
Melvin Steiner of Ft. Wayne Helen
and Franklin Martz of Cairo Mr.
and Mrs. Albert A. Lehman of
Chicago and Mrs. Harry Lynn and
daughter Lenida of San Pedro, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sommers and
family and Miss Alice Marshall of
Lima were Sunday guests of Mr.
John Marshall and son Homer.
Mr. and Mrs. Dode Ramsey and
daughter of Buckland, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Fett of Lima spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. James Ramsey
and daughter Linda Sue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bassitt spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Doris Nelson of Ohio State
University spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mrs. Mae Bailey was a week-end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Wert
and family at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Conrad and
family of Van Wert were Sunday
afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Capt. W. C. Lacock left Sunday
for Ft. Braggs, N. Carolina, after
spending the past three weeks with
Mrs. W. C. Lacock and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pratt and
family of Toledo spent Sunday with
Mrs. Carrie Durkee and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Younkman and
family of Dayton visited Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman
and Mrs. Noah Moser.
Mrs. Eva Snyder of Van Wert
was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Burden.
Sgt. Robert Burkholder of Con
ne icut spent a few days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burk
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Church of Christ met Wednesday
Member American Association of Jr. Colleges
Member National Association Accredited Commercial Schools
Authorized by Ohio Statutes to confer degrees on Four Year Graduates
A SIXTY DAY EMPLOYMENT RECORD
The following former students, mainly members of the class of ’42, accepted the positions listed, and
began the duties thereof, since the early part of March:
Dorothy Bork Heidelberg College Tiffin
2 Helen Gardner Commercial National Bank Tiffin
3 Violet Tannenbaum Commercial National Bank Tiffin
4 Janet Herrig Garrett & Reed, Ins. Tiffin
5 Anna Belle Corfman U. S. Production Credit Co. Upper Sandusky
6 Catherine McMahon The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
7 Aliceann Knapp American Radiator & S. S. Co. Tiffin
8 Audre Lou Ketterer The National Carbon Co. Fremont
9 Evelyn Cleveland The National Carbon Co. Fremont
10 Agatha Eidt Shelby Mutual Plate Glass Co. Shelby
11 Virginia Feikes Shelby Mutual Plate Glass Co. Shelby
12 James Breyman Harrop Engineering Co. Las Vegas, Nevada
13 Alice Gillig The W. H. Kildow Co. Tiffin
14 John Ginther The Superior Coach Co. Lima
15 Maxine Wank The Electric Auto Lite Co. Fostoria
16 Mary Wank The Electric Auto Lite Co. Fostoria
17 Lesta Zeiter The Basic Dolomite, Inc. Tiffin
18 Anita Walton The Basic Dolomite, Inc. Tiffin
19 Mary Tomecek National Machine Co. Tiffin
20 Louise Curlis National Machine Co. Tiffin
21 John Reis Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
22 Gerald Orians Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
23 Claire Miller The Electric Auto Lite Co. Fostoria
24 Albert Horn The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
25 William Keiner The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
26 Carl Bowers The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
27 Cletus Kistler The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
28 Tom Mahs The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
29 Delmar Hatton The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
30 Carl Boyer The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
31 Richard Kistler The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
32 Carl Riddle The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
33 John Kueck The Trojan Powder Co. Sandusky
34 Russell Sorg The Herbrand Company Fremont
35 Eugene Ruehle The National Carbon Co. Fostoria
36 Martha Quaintance The Huber Manufacturing Co. Marion
37 Janis Holmes The Ford Motor Company Dearborn
38 Mildred Flanagan The Ford Motor Company Dearborn
39 William Fletcher The Ford Motor Company Dearborn
40 Dorothy Riedel U. S. Civil Service Dayton
41 Eileen Myers U. S. Civil Service Port Clinton
42 Margaret Richards Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
43 Margaret Rosenberger Farm Security Admin. Tiffin
44 Naomi Ley The National Carbon Co. Fostoria
45 Mavis Bauman The National Carbon Co. Fostoria
46 Ethel Bauman The City Loan Co. Fremont
47 Leonard Roberts Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
48 Erben Kistler Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
49 Lois Knight Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
50 Eldean Kratzer Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
51 Mary Jane Brewer Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Akron
52 Harold Zuercher The Lima Locomotive Co. Lima
53 Harold Raymond U. S. Civil Service Port Clinton
54 Eleanor Heck Shelby Salesbook Co. Shelby
Three-fourths of the members of the class of ‘42, those to be graduated May 29, are already em
ployed. Every member of the class could be placed by the college by May 15, if they so elected. Many of
those in the above list are receiving $1400, $1500, $1600, $1800, $2000, and $2400 per annum. Some of the
young women above listed were placed with the government, and in the offices of national defense plants
at $1500, $1700, and as high as $2200, including time and a half for overtime.
Hundreds of secretarial and accounting positions now open under civil service in government offices,
and in the offices of war production plants, at $1400, $1620, $1800, and as high as $2400 per annum.
Position calls are being received every day.
The summer session of national defense courses will open Monday, June 8. Special opportunity for
those who have had a good basic training in shorthand and typing in high school. Sessions at Tiffin U.
will run continuously for the duration of the war, as government officials request.
Write for copy, national defense, accelerated courses. Address National Defense Division, Tiffin
University, for catalog, and special information.
night at the church basement. Mrs.
W. R. Dally and Mrs. Addie Lewis
John Moore of Lima was a Sunday
evening caller of his mother, Mrs.
The Mother and Daughter ban
quet sponsored by the Women's so
ciety of Christian Service of the
Methodist Church was held Wednes
day evening at the church. Mrs.
C. D. Early of Lafayette was guest
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Emerick of
Columbus announce the arrival of a
daughter Susan Frances on April
Mrs. I. C. Paul and daughters at
tended the Mother-Daughter ban
quet on Thursday evening at the
Pleasant View church.
Mrs. Ed Cook was hostess to the
Women’s Society of Christian Serv
ice on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jennings were
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Jennings and family at
Mr. and Mrs. George Wright of
Spencerville spent last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Emerick.
Announcement of the engagement
of Miss Helen Louise Burbage, of
Maumee, a former resident of this
place to Bruce Cardy of Chicago has
been received by friends.
Mrs. Ella Andrews accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Andrews and
Mr. Earl Andrews of Leipsic to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Andrews on Sunday at Green
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beach, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Benroth and family
of Li ma, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Conrad of Bluffton spent Sunday
with Mrs. Charles Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Olan Larue of
Mansfield spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Augsburger
of Findlay called on Miss Adda
Yoakam Sunday afternoon.
Washington announces that the
Dayton regional office of the U. S.
Soil Conservation Service will be
closed. Part of the personnel un
doubtedly will be shifted to the Mil
waukee office and part of the tech
nical employees will be placed in
field service. The two area offices
of the SCS at Mt. Vernon and Lima
in Ohio will be closed also.
Increased crop production to meet
wai-time goals can be secured with
out plowing up pastures or land sub
ject to erosion. Good seed and more
fertilizer on productive land will pro
duce the required extra food.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OH 0
That the school is rapidly winding
up the final acti' ities of the year
was seen in the announcement of
final examinations made in all of the
home rooms Monday afternoon.
Final exams will be held on May
25 and 26 during the regular class
hours. Some of the teachers plan to
start the exams during the week of
May 18 to 22.
Seniors are required to attend all
classes until May 21. Those who
have more than two unexcused
tardies for a semester or an unex
cused absence will be required to
take the final examinations at the
same time as the other classes be
ginning May 25.
All classes and organizations this
week are electing their officers for
next year. Every organization
should name a nominating com
mittee which with the adviser
selects the candidates to be voted
Organization of another boys 4-H
club will be made at the high school
next week under the direction of
Harry F. Barnes, instructor in vo
A style show, sponsored by the
H.E.R. club, was held in the home
economics rooms Tuesday night.
Ninth grade girls served as models
for the show.
Members of the Bluffton college
Y. W. C. A. organization were
guests of the Girl Reserves organi
zation at the high school Wednes
Miss Isabel Needham, who has re
turned recently from a two year
visit and study of conditions in
France, addressed the students at an
assembly meeting Wednesday morn
Homer Moser, agricultural mis
sionary to Brazil, will speak to the
high school students at an assembly
meeting Thursday morning at 8:30
o’clock. Mr. Moser is a graduate
and former teacher of the high
Plans have been completed for
the junior-senior reception to be held
in the auditorium and gymnasium
Friday night at 8 o’clock.
The program will be presented in
the auditorium and the dancing will
be held in the gymnasium with the
Ohio Northern Collegieteers furnish
ing the music.
General chairman of arrangements
is James Gratz, president of the
junior class. Other members of the
general committee are: Barbara
Jean Triplett, Raymond Schumacher,
Ellen Basinger, Eileen Moser, Aline
Hilty and Treva Hochstettler.
Other committees are:
Decorations—Doris Dunifon, Mil
dred Campbell, Harriet Fett proper
ties and printing—Denard Loganbill,
John Schmidt, Herbert Conrad.
The winners of the district schol
arship contest at Bowling Green
State University held a week last
Saturday have been given their
ranking in the first ten at the Bowl
ing Green meet were considered for
the state totals. The papers were
re-checked at Columbus for the final
rating. Bluffton students in the
as they have heretofore.
A»P LOW PRICES
state ranking are as follows:
Mary Margaret Basinger, Biology,
4 Kenneth Geiger, 9, and Carol
Tschiegg, honorable mention in
Physics Juanita Bame, 10 and Doris
Jean Barber, honorable mention in
Latin 1 Robert Pannabecker, honor
able mention in Chemistry.
New officers of the Blue Triangle
club elected for next year include:
Louise Soldner, president Alice
Ruth Pannabecker, vice-president
Mary Louise Dean, secretary and
treasurer Margaret Diller, program
In the junior high boys’ tennis
tournament Fred Herrmann will play
the winner of the Elmer Stonehill
and Evan Herr match to determine
the junior high championship. Hem
man beat Bob Wilch to qualify as a
Rehearsals are proceeding accord
ing to schedule for the annual senior
play, “What A Life” to be given
May 25-26. The author of the
play, Clifford Goldsmith, wrote the
following letter to Hildred Eversole,
who is in the cast
"Dear Miss Eversole:
"Frank Bartholomew has just ad
vised me that you are playing the
part of ‘Miss Shea’ in a local pro
duction of ‘What A Life’, and has
asked me to send a photograph
along with any message I may have.
"The only message I can think of
is that the part of Miss Shea prob
ably has more entrances and exits
than that of any character in any
Broadway show in years. In fact
there are so many, you are perfectly
safe in making an entrance on al
most any line and being sure of
arriving right on cue.
“Naturally, I more than appreciate
your interest in putting on the play,
now that everybody is talking about i
Now, and after May 18th (when ceiling prices become effective), all =-,^^^=-^==1
A&P Super Markets and A&P Food Stores will continue to give you
real low prices on fine foods every day, just as they have been doing.
The new "ceiling price" regulation will not alter in any way A&P's
low price policy. This means that every day at A&P you will continue
to get the best foods the markets afford at our lowest possible prices.
O And here is another important fact to remember. FOOD PRICES WILL
NOT BE IDENTICAL IN ALL FOOD STORES on and after May 18th.
Prices will continue to differ in food stores on the same articles—just
OUR CUSTOMERS SAVE MONEY
A&P, during the last eight years, has made big reductions in its
operating costs. These savings have been passed along to our cus
tomers, so that today they have 9c more of every food dollar to
spend than they did in 1933.
It is A&P's policy to continue to conduct its business as economically
as possible, thus to give you the utmost for every food dollar you
spend at A&P Stores.
THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY
and hope that you and the cast will
not be too disappointed in the final
outcome. Under separate cover I
am sending a photograph.
Mrs. Olive Crozier spent the week
end with Mrs. Pearl Jordan and
daughter Thelma, of Mt. Cory.
Martha Jane Wisley of Findlay
spent the week end with Marybelle
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiseley of
Findlay, and Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Folk spent the week end at Indian
town Gap, Pa., where they visited
Sgt. and Mrs. Dwayne Folk.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steinman and
son of Findlay, were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith.
Afternoon callers were Mrs. Alfred
Grubbs and daughter Norma, Mrs.
Dale Wilson and sons, Mrs. Mabie
Lootens and daughter Betty.
Mrs. Ella Zartman and daughters,
Evelyn and Merita, of Findlay, were
Sunday callers on Mrs. Olive Crozi
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Trask spent
several days visiting in Cleveland
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson
and son Bobby of Dayton were re
cent week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl McClish.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wentz and
‘family of Findlay, spent Friday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Ruth Smith of Findlay, spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Smith.
Miss Edna Stacy, of Clyde, was a
recent caller on Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wise and Mrs. Olive Crozier.
Miss Joy Wentz of Findlay spent
the week end with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wentz.
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