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THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1912
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Doctors Enlist In
Army Medical Corps
Two Bluffton area physicians en
listed this week in the United States
army medical corps and are schedul
ed to leave for duty September 1.
Dr. Weldon Diller, of Rawson,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Diller
of North Jackson street, and Dr.
Milo Rice of Pandora reported re
cently at the Toledo induction cen
ter.
Dr. Diller received his physical ex
amination at Camp Perry and Dr.
Rice received his examination in Co
lumbus. Both physicians will have
the rank of First Lieutenant.
Dr. Diller graduated from Bluff
ton college in the class of 1930.
Ebenezer Broadcast
The ladies quartet of the Ebenezer
Mennonite church will be featured
in the weekly church broadcast over
Findlay radio station WFIN Friday
night at 7:15 o’clock.
Members of the quartet are: Mrs.
Watson Steiner, Mrs. Eldon T^chiegg,
Mrs. Albert Diller and Miss Ida
Winkler. Miss Mabel Amstutz is ac
companist. a
a
Efficiency Integrity Progress
Ambulance Service
Phone 222-T 239 S. Main St.
SURE-
Former Bluffton Man
Claims Findlay Bride
Wedding of Theodore Criblez of
Mansfield, son of Mr, and Mrs. Al
fred Criblez of near Bluffton and
Miss Charlotte Ford, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ford of Find
lay took place Saturday morning at
the home of the officiating minister,
Rev. Ray Strouse in McComb.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Miss Margaret Ford and the
groom was attended by his brother,
Robert Criblez.
The bride is a graduate of Findlay
high school and Bowling Green State
university and has been teaching for
a number of years in the McComb
school.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Bluffton high school and Findlay
college. He is employed by the
Humphrey Manufacturing company
of Mansfield and the couple will re
side in that city.
GRANGE MEETING
Richland grange will meet on next
Tuesday night. The July-August
group will furnish program and re
freshments.
News Want-ads bring results.
WE MAKE
LOANS
For all legitimate purposes. When
in need of money come in and talk
i it over. We have plenty of money
to take care of all the local needs of
I the community. There is no neces
sity of looking elsewhere for money
for constructive business or farm
purposes. If you want to buy a
farm or a house, or need money for
other purposes come in and see us.
The Citizens National Bank
Member of the Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Corporation
Renewing and re-beautifying the old stucco house has long been
a problem. The RED CEDAR METHOD offers an economical
and highly satisfactory solution.
It makes your house look absolutely like a new house. It adds
amazingly to its warmth and comfort, and there is no costly re
moval of the old stucco with its attendant dust and dirt.
T/w "RED CEDAR METHOD”
is extensively used and entirely practical. The illustration shows
the basis of the method. Foundation strips are first nailed to the
wall and provide a solid anchorage for the Red Cedar Shingles.
The air-space between walls and shingles provides added insula
tion against the passage of heat and cold, while the shingles
themselves are among the most effective insulation materials
known.
The
RED CEDAR METHOD of re-roofing will also interest
you. The new Red Cedar Shingles are laid right over the old roof.
No litter—protection during shingling—added beauty—greater
home comfort—these are some of the advantages.
Call or phone for illustrated circulars on the
RED CEDAR METHOD of home renewal.
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co.
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.
Kenneth Jackson of Dayton was a
Bluffton visitor on Tuesday.
Notice—The Minerva Beaute shop
will be closed for one week from Aug.
3 to 10. 14
4% farm loans payment privilege,
quick service, long time. H. W. Al
taus. Phone 374-W.
Samuel Hauenstein is excavating
a basement under his residence on
North Lawn avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lape of Grove
street are enjoying a two weeks’
vacation at a lake near Middlebury,
Ind.
The Richland Grange ice cream
social has been postponed until
Tuesday, August 4, it was announced
the first of the week.
Miss Alice Ludwig, who has been ill
at the Lima Memorial hospital, has
been removed to her home on Poplar
street and is much improved.
While they last—Maytag washers
$79.50. Don’t delay no more May
tags available after the present
stock is sold. C. F. Niswander.
An ice cream social will be held at
the Pleasant Hill church on Thursday
night. It will be sponsored by the
Ladies Aid society of the church.
Miss Sylvia Thut of Oak Harbor
spent over Saturday night and Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Thut of South Main street.
Mrs. R. L. Triplett of Campus
Drive has returned from New Hav
en, Conn., where she visited at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Roland
Bixler.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Devier and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewing returned
Tuesday from a week’s vacation at
the Mackinack Straits in Northern
Michigan.
Mrs. Gertrude Gage of College
avenue left last Friday for a two
weeks’ visit with her daughter, Mrs.
McKinley Woodworth and family at
LaGrange, Ind.
There will be an ice cream social
at the St. John’s Reformed church
this Wednesday night at 6:30 o’clock.
Chicken sandwiches, coffee, cake, pie
and ice cream will be served.
Corporal Walter Williamson of
Key Field, Meridian, Miss., is spend
ing a ten days’ furlough with hjs
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Williamson of Orange township.
The Gertrude Hoy Missionary
circle of the St. John’s church will
hold a bake sale at the Bluffton
Implement & Harness Co. store this
Saturday, from 9 to 1:00 o’clock.
Basinger ambulance removals:
Mrs. R. K. Cooney, Bluffton hospital
to her home on south Jackson
street Mrs. Dick Habegger from
Bluffton hospital to her home on
West Elm street.
Sunday dinner guests of the
Misses Minnie and Lucy Bessire and
Chas. Bessire were: Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Griffith and family of Van
Buren, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Scoles
and family of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. James of De
troit spent the week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Kauff
man. Mr. and Mrs. James, Mr. and
Mrs. Kauffman and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Stage were at Russell’^ Point,
Sunday.
Prof, and Mrs. N. E. Byers of
East Kibler street had for their
week end guest, Miss Edna Hanley
of Decatur, Ga. Miss Hanley, for
mer Bluffton college librarian is now
librarian at Agnes Scott college in
Decatur.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton
entertained at dinner Tuesday even
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hardwick
and daughters Patricia and Carolyn
of Findlay Mrs. Richard Percy of
Omaha, Neb. Mrs. A. J. Perry of
Glendale, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Miller of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lora and
daughter Eloise of South Main street
attended the 80th birthday anniver
sary of his mother, Mrs. Nancy Bas
inger at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Basinger of Columbus
Grove where the dinner was held
Sunday.
There’s enough coal for everyone
if you place your order now. Phone
us today, while coal is available at
summer prices. Steiner Coal Co.
Phones 265-Y and 174-W.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B. Longsdorf
attended the Longsdorf family re
union at the Tom Longsdorf residence
in Wadsworth on Sunday. While there
they attended services at the First
Mennonite church where Don Smuck
er, a former student of Mr. Longs
dorf ’s, is the minister. They also vis
ited relatives in Wooster on Sunday.
David Boegli of Centralia, Wash
ington, arrived here unexpectedly the
first of the week to spend ten days
with relatives. A former resident
of this vicinity this is his first visit
here since he left twenty-eight years
ago. He is a brother of Mrs.
Ernest Gratz of this place. Other
brothers and sisters are John Boegli,
Putnam county Sam Boegli, Gilboa
Mrs. Howard Maidlow, Pandora, and
Mrs. L. G. Ruscher, Cincinnati.
TOE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
ed Monday with Miss Sarah Am
stutz.
Notice—The Minerva Beaute shop
will be closed for one week from Aug.
3 to 10. 14
Mrs. W. D. Keel, of South Main
street has been ill at her home the
past two weeks.
Mrs. Kenneth Luginbuhl is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Thomas Taylor
of Toronto, Ohio.
Miss Mary Athe of Ada spent
Thursday and Friday at the C. B.
Kauffman home on Riley street.
Mrs. M. D. Soash spent the week
end with her son Evan Soash in
naval training at Great Lakes, Ill.
Mrs. Ora Wetherill is visiting in
Ashville, Ohio at the home of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Blanche Morrison.
Mrs. Eliza Hauenstein spent sev
eral days in Findlay with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Hochstettler, the past
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Egeland of
Amherst are visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Good
of Lawn avenue.
Mrs. Arthur Schaaf and daughter
Mary Lou of Bridgewater, Mich.,
are spending the week with Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Schnegg.
While they last—Maytag washers
$79.50.
tags available
stock is sold.
Don’t delay no more May
after the present
C. F. Niswander.
Bixel and infant
Rae, were removed
hospital at
west of town.
Mrs. Thares
daughter Karol
from the Community
Bluffton to their home
Troop 82 are
this Saturday
town for the
the Auxiliary.
The Boy Scouts of
collecting old records
in the east end of
American Legion and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shalley and
D. L. Shalley have returned from
Buffalo where they’ visited at the
home of Sherm Shalley and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bracy and Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Bracy were
Berne, Ind., Sunday attending
funeral of
begger.
in
the
Ha-
their cousin Edgar
and
Mrs. Ross Gotshall
Henry of South Main
Mr. and
Mrs. Anna
street are spending the week visit
ing relatives in Scio and other points
in southern Ohio.
George Klay and daughter Mar
gery and Mrs. Richard Burkholder
and little son George Allen visited
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Dally’ in Beaverdam.
Let us supply you with uniforms
Shirts, pants, jackets
green or
that match,
of all kinds in blue,
gray lettered or plai
industry. The Econonr
Missionary
church will
the Bluffton
The Gertrude Hoy
circle of the St. John’s
hold a bake sale at
Implement & Harness Co. store this
Saturday, from 9 to 1:00 o’clock.
Mrs. Howard Nique and sons
Charles and John and Mrs. Frank
Armbrecht and daughter Nancy
Ruth of Findlay visited Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Deerhake and Mrs. Bertha
Matter and Rolland Matter, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stonehill
and Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Stager
motored to Akron, Sunday, to see
the U. S. Army show. Corp. John
Stonehill, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stonehill is attached to the show as
one of the military police, in charge
of equipment.
The Gertrude Hoy Missionary
circle of the St. John’s church will
hold a bake sale at the Bluffton
Implement & Harness Co. store this
Saturday, from 9 to 1:00 o’clock.
Miss Kathryn Suter, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Suter, was
taken from McKitrick hospital in
Kenton, where she has been nursing,
to Lima Memorial hospital, where
she underwent an appendicitis opera
tion. She is getting along as well
as can be expected.
Lt. Virgil Basinger left a week
ago Sunday for Camp Picket, Va.,
after spending a ten-day furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Basinger, and family. He re
cently received his commission of
second lieutenant at officers train
ing school at Ft. Benning, Ga.
At our store you will find a new
and special service in buying shoes
for feet hard to fit for sore and
tender feet and sizes that no mer
chant will stock. For ladies, extra
narrow and EEE widths.
AA to eight wide, Ask
special service when you
The Economy store.
I
SOCIETIES
and CLUBS
Wedding Thursday
Miss Ruby Viola Tosh,-niece
Mr. and Mrs. John Tosh of this place
and daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Sam
Tosh of Santa Cruz, California will
be married to John Schlosser of New
York City at the John Tosh resi
dence on South Lawn avenue Thurs
day afternoon at 5 o’clock. The
wedding vows will be received by
her father Rev. Sam Tosh and she
will be given away in marriage by
her Uncle John Tosh.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard
family of South Lawn
spending three wet
at Mountain Lake,
For men
for this
come in
Arizona,
with his
Pandora
John Welty of Phoenix,
who is spending a month
brother P. P. Welty of
visited friends in Bluffton the first of
the week. He is a former Bluffton
resident and operated a jewelry
store here some fifty years ago.
After disposing of his store here to
D. C. Bixel, Mr. Welty engaged in
building and contracting and con
tinued in that same
ing in Arizona.
field after locat
removals: Mrs.
infant daughter
hospital to their
Diller ambulance
Phares Bixel and
from the Bluffton
home three miles east of Columbus
Grove Mrs. Franklin Basinger from
the Bluffton hospital to her home
in Beaverdam Mrs. V. A. Kirtland
from the home of her son north of
Bluffton to the home of her daugh
ter in Leipsic Mrs. Harry Ream
from the Bluffton hospital to her
home 9 miles east of Bluffton
Alfred Anderson, Sioux City, Iowa,
from South Main street to the
Bluffton hospital Floyd Taylor,
Lima, from South Main street to
the Bluffton hospital.
of
Presbyterian Social Club
The Presbyterian Social Club will
meet at the home of Miss Ocie
Anderson, of South Main street,
Tuesday night. Assistant hostesses
are Mrs. Harry Barnes,
Rakosky and Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Gail
Benroth.
Attend Lakeside Session
Mrs. Forrest Harmon
Millen Geiger will leave
to attend the second annual session
of the Lakeside School of Christian
Service which meets thru Saturday.
The two Methodist conferences of
Ohio sponsor this school.
and Mrs.
Thursday
Alpha Gamma Club
The Alpha Gamma club will
at the home of Mrs. James Sut
Pandora on Friday, July 31.
following program will be presented:
'rom Slums to Sun, Miss Carolyn
Romey New Trends in
ing, Mrs. Silas Diller.
meet
er in
The
Earl Frick spent last week at the
home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Frick of Lima.
W. E. Miller of Cleveland, a for
mer Bluffton resident stopped in
town Saturday to visit friends.
Mrs. Robert Balmer and baby and
Mrs. Paul Foreman of Findlay spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Eddy.
Dr. and Mrs. B. W. Travis of
Garau street are expected to
turn this week from a
thru the Middle West.
and
are
Buhler
avenue
s with relatives
Minn.
Kevin and Mauve O’Toole of New
York city are visiting at the home
of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Jackson of South Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hiibish and
family of Cuyahoga Falls, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Stearns and family of Spring street.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee McElroy of
Sharpsville, Pa., visited here over
the week end at the homes of Frank
McElroy and Raymond and
Conrad.
Donavin
stopped
enroute
after a
Mr. and Mrs. Franz Herr
here last Wednesday night
to their home in Toledo
motor trip thru the Great Smoky
Mountains and other southern points.
Quality Wear-U-Well shoes and
rubbers, the fastest selling footwear
on the market today, at prices that
will save you money. We are ex-
you
agent!
The Economy
Mr.
South
Come, look, buy.
store.
and Mrs. Frank McElroy of
Main street spent the past
a motor trip to East St.
Louis, Ill., where they visited at the
home of their daughter, Mr
Evans and family.
Clyde
Funeral Held For
Basinger Infant
Funeral services for John Fred
erick Basinger, three-day-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Basinger, of
near Bluffton, were held at the Dil
ler Funeral home Thursday after
noon.
The infant died Wednesday after
noon at the Lima Memorial hospital
one hour after he had been admit
ted. The child was born Sunday in
the Bluffton Community hospital.
In addition to his parents he is
survived by his grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Burry of Pandora
and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Basinger
of Bluffton.
Mt. Cory Resident
Succumbs At Home
Funeral services for Clara Alber
tine Reiter, 67, wife of Frank B.
Reiter, of Mt. Cory, were held at
the Mt. Cory Methodist church this
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock.
She died at her home in Mt. Cory
Monday morning at 2:50 o’clock
after a week’s illness.
ro
Surviving are her husband, tw
children, Bliss
Mt. Cory and a brother Ara
of Lima.
and Clair Reiter of
Davis
To Collect Tax Here
Deputy from the Allen county
treasurer’s office will be in Bluffton
at the Citizens National bank on
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 25
and 26 to collect real estate taxes.
Reunions
The third reunion of the Stager
school will be held at Pandora school
building, Sunday, Aug. 2. Basket
dinner at noon. Bring your own
service. Also school pictures 5 by
7 inches are desired. Those unable
to attend are asked to send a short
letter to the secretary. Patrons of
the district and families of former
pupils also are welcome. Pres., Mrs.
Harvey Gratz sec., Mrs. Willard
Moser, Pandora.
The Neubrecht, Schick and Swartz
family reunion will be held at Elida
Pioneer Picnic grounds, Sunday,
August 9. Pres., Vai Ruhlen sec.,
Victor Schick, Lafayette.
The thirteenth annual reunion of
the Spangler family will be held
Sunday, Aug. 23, at Buckeye Lake,
Bluffton. Pres., Frank Todd sec.,
Ferne, Koch, Bluffton.
Thirtieth annual reunion of the
Nonnamaker family will be held at
Riverside park, Findlay, Thursday,
Aug. 20, Pres., W. A. Nonnamaker
sec., Geme Koch, Bluffton.
Fifth annual reunion of the
Bogart family will be held at
side park, Findlay, Sunday.
The
Homebuild-
Royal Neighbors
The Royal Neighbors
meet at the hall Friday
tertainment committee i
Stonehill and Mrs. Arah Tripple
horn.
Lodge will
night. En
Mrs. Swan
(Rayl)
at the
Sunday, Aug.
sec., Arthur Binkley, Ada.
James
River-
school
Thirty-third annual Black
reunion will be held Thursday, Aug.
13. P:
A. S.
res., Thos. Koontz vice pres.,
Pifer sec., Helen Koontz.
annual Paulding Center
school reunion will be held
Paulding Center school house
Wm. Kidd
Presbyterian Pastor
Is Installed Here
Rev. Ernest N. Bigelow was in
stalled as pastor of the Bluffton and
Rockport Presbyterian churches in a
joint meeting of the two congrega
tions at the Bluffton church Sunday
night.
The services were under the direc
tion of the Lima Presbytery and the
presiding officer was Rev. H. Wil
lard Lampe,
Marys.
Moderator, from St.
Appearing
re­
motor
trip
on the program were
Rev. Gibson Wilson of
Charles W. Muir of
Rev. Otis Harter of Lima
Rev. Lampe
Ottawa Rev’
Findlay
Rev. Chester Armentrout of Colum
bus Grove.
The Bluffton ministerial associa
tion was represented by Rev. H. T.
Unruh, pastor of the First Mennon
ite church and president of the body.
WANT-ADS
Notice—Opfn every Thursday
afternoon and evening until 10 p.
m., for your convenience and can
ning supplies.
Beaverdam.
Don Forche’s Market,
18
wheat.
317-W.
Wanted—Corn, oats and
Truck will haul. Call phone
Master Feed Mill.
Wanted—Steady or part
work by high school girl.
317 Cherry street.
time
Inquire
Wanted—Farmers to know we vac
cinate pullets and buy poultry. The
Steiner hatchery, phone 182-W.
Wanted—Woman between 20 and
55 years for general housework.
Inquire phone 120-Y.
Wanted—To buy two outdoor toil
ets. Call Bluffton phone 627-Y. 14
For rent—Light housekeeping
rooms or sleeping rooms for girls.
Call phone 477-W.
For rent—Rooms for girls, one
single, one double. Call Bluffton
phone 348-W.
rent—Garage space for two
See Ed Chamberlain.
rent—Sleeping rooms for two
Inquire Minerva Beauty shop,
rent—Rooms. Mrs. Ray Pat
315 South Main St.
rent—House
For
cars.
girls.
For
terson.
For rent House near Bluffton.
Call H. W. Althaus. Phone 374-W.
For sale—Piano in excellent condi
tion. Rev. H. T. Unruh.
For sale—7-room house centrally
located. Modern. Address Box in
care of Bluffton News.
For sale—45 acres and 120 acres of
land. H. W. Althaus, Bluffton. 12
For sale—New potatoes. Arthur
Badertscher, Pandora phone. 12
For sale—New potatoes. Clarence
Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Canning pickles. Albert
Kohler, Bluffton phone.
For sale—1937 Chevrolet coupe in
good condition. Inquire Eldon Hilty,
Pandora.
For sale—Potatoes, six week and
cobblers $1.40 bushel half-bushel 75c
nice seconds, bushel, 75c. Call phone
314-T.
For
Gratz.
J. A. Diller.
sale—Rye in bin. A. D.
Bluffton phone 469-Y.
sale—Pure apple cider vine-
For
gar, age and test guaranteed. Morn
For sale—Violin in good condition.
Inquire Margaret Basinger, Bluffton
phone
1 Margaret
244-W.
sale—Round tabic dining room
library table. Call 247-W.
sale—Seven room house
ft., partly modern,
For
Meth
Burial
She was a member of the
odist church of Mt. Cory,
was made in the Clymer cemetery.
For
Cherry
lights, hard and soft water,
cellar, coal house, garage and
garden. M. M. Murray.
For sale—Barn 24 by 32.
Badertscher, 1 mile north of
For sale—Good cobbler
potatoes.
road.
on
gas,
good
large
Wm.
town,
eating
J. C. Deppler, Bentley
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PAGE FIVE
Name Delegates To
Mennonite Meeting
Delegates to the Middle District
Conference of Mennonites to be held
at Sommerfield, III., on August 16-18,
were chosen at a congregational
meeting of the Ebenezer Mennonite
church Sunday.
Named to represent the Ebenezer
church are: Rev. and Mrs. A. C.
Scultz, Miss Hilda Bixel
Minerva Hilty.
and Miss
Our years of
perience should
1
22) us to be a
^1able
in your hour of
trouble.
Stanley Basinger
uneral Home
Pkone 144-W^
BUY
DEFENSE
SAVING
STAMPS
AT THE
DRUG STORE
A. Hauenstein & Son
Grandma
That was long ago—today
she could buy better soap for
less than it
it.
cost her to make
That was
in the days when
grandpa’s bond—
friends went
because there was no other
way. Today he could have got
ten a better bond from us—and
at a cost so small it would
surprise him.
BONDS FOR—
Administrators
Executors
Guardians
Contract
Plate Glass
Miscellaneous
Liability
W. F. IUTZI
Feet
Hurt?
W. H. Gratz
Foot Comfort Service
BLUFFTON
CT AD THEATRE
1 /111 Bluffton
THURS.—FRL—SAT.
Spencer Tracy
Hedy Lamarr
Tortillain
SUN.—MON.
Born To Sing
with
VIRGINIA WEIDLER
ray
McDonald
______Also Comedy______
TUES.—WED.
CAROLE LANDIS
CESAR ROMERO in
A Gentleman at Heart
And Captain Midnight
Serial
We Sell Defense Stamps

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