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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1944
Mrs. Frederick Herr and Mrs.
Florence Killgelion of Miami, Fla.,
spent the week end at the home of
Miss Lillian Reehling of South Main
street. They left Tuesday returning
to Florida.
FlfTHlIlff-
REUW'-HtRt'
Store Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturday 8 a. m. to 10:30 p. nt.
Closed all day Thursday.
Efficiency Integrity Progress
Ambulance Service
Phone 222-W 239 S. Main St.
Vaccinate Worm
Keep your poultry healthy and ready to lay by vacci
nating for pox and worming with Ovumix in the feed 01
Salsburys Rotacaps.
A complete line of remedies and supplies.
Highest prices paid for eggs and poultry.
JORG HATCHERY
Phone 182W
S-T-R-E-T-C-H ...
Annual festival will be held by St.
Anthony’s church at Columbus Grove,
Sunday and Monday with amuse
ments and refreshments. Chicken
supper Sunday evening and chicken
noodle soup lunch Monday.
SERVICE within keeping
of present day conditions.
Basinger Funeral Home
G. W. Comb, Licen.ed Funeral Director in Charge
during absence of Stanley E. Basinger, who la
serving our country in it. Armed Force*.
W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Stere
your ration points—and economize
Many foresighted Bluffton housewives are making
ration points go farther and saving money by substituting
milk for meat and cheese.
Especially in this warm weather, milk is the ideal
food—but to get pasteurized milk insist on
Hy-Grade Dairy Milk
THE ONLY PASTEURIZED MILK SOLD IN BLUFFTON
For Health’s Sake—Switch to Pasteurized Milk
HY-GRADE DAIRY
Phone 398-W for delivery at your door
4°°Z/^TO HUMDRUM FURNITURE
If, fun to give new beauty to worn tablet, chair,,
furniture and woodwork with thi, "easy to apply"
quick-drying enamel. One coal i utually sufficient,
ri .over previously pointed surface,.
GlOSFAST eon be applied on Moo any interior »ur
face of wood, metal, plotter, wallboard.
■Oglosfast^".':
DRIES IN 4 HOURS
NIW flAUnT-WITH FArriKSON.tAt6fNr.MINT*
Greding Hardware
ROOM
IN VOUR HOME
Kitchen, and Bathroom,’
gH,ten with new beauty
when finished with GLOS**
FAST. Use it on cupboards,’
cabinets/furniture and
woodwork. The hard, glossy
enamel finish Is very easy
to keep clean.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY. Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by thq^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
We now have Leghorn and heavy
breed started chicks on hand. Jorg
Hatchery. tf
Mrs. Jennie Powell Pease of
Detroit is visiting relatives in Raw
son and Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Steiner of
North Jackson spent the first of the
week on a business trip in southern
Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Shalley and
little daughter of Buffalo visited the
first of the week with his mother,
Mrs. H. K. Shalley.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger
were dinner guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tomlinson of
Lima, Thursday evening.
Red Seal cedarized garment bags,
protects your clothing against moths.
Bags are handy box style, 97c each.
Basinger’s Furniture store.
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark and
Mrs. Paul Clark and daughter Joann
visited in Col. Grove, Sunday the
guests of Mrs. Julia Bushong.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clark of Wash
ington, D. C., spent the past week
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Clark and family of Grove
street.
John Tosh of South Lawn avenue
will letive Friday on a three weeks’
trip to Santa Criz, Calif., where he
wi 11 visit his mother and other
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger
and so i Buddy spent sunday even
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Stratton and daughter at
Col u mbus Grove.
Allen Groman of Tiffin is visitmc*
his brether and sister Morris and
Margaret Groman and his grand
mother Mrs. Anna Gromann of
South ackson street.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Murray and
daughtc?r of Washington Court House
visited several days the past week
with hi s mother, Mrs. II. G. Murray
of North Jackson street.
Just received a shipment of rubber
garden hose. Gamble’s Dealer
Ice cream social on the lawn of
St. John’s Reformed church, College
avenue, this Wednesday night. Ice
cream and cake, chicken sandwiches,
pie and coffee. Everyone welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler en
tertained at dinner, Sunday: Mrs. J.
C. Hochstettler of Findlay J. C.
Stettler of Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Niswander, Sidney Stettler
and Mrs. Alvin Neuenschwander of
this place.
Mrs. Chas. Miller of South Main
street has returned from New York
where she spent two weeks visiting
at the home of her son Lieut. James
Miller and family. Lieut. Miller is
serving with the coast* guard and
stationed at Manhattan Beach.
Mrs. John Lyons, the former Miss
Lillie Zehrbach, and daughter Vir
ginia who were spending a month
with relatives in Bluffton and Lima,
Mrs. I
teen year old son, Joe Lyons.
Mattresses $11.95 and up. Gamble’s
Dealer Store.
Mrs. C. W. Anderson returned to
her home in Denver, Colorado, Fri
day after visiting for two months
with relatives and friends here. She
was accompanied as far as Peoria,
Ill., by Mrs. Bessie Edgecomb of
Bluffton and Mrs. Alma Steinbrenner
of Spencerville. They will spend
several days in Peoria with Mrs.
Harvey Lumbert, formerly of Bluff
ton.
Mrs. Eva Kohli and son Harold of
West Elm street and their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Leigh of Hot
Springs, Ark., and Francis Kohli of
Washington, D. C., spent the week
end at Oak Harbor visiting Mrs.
Ralph Kohli and children. Mr. and
Mrs. Leigh left the first of the week
for their home accompanied by her
brother Harold Kohli who will spend
two weeks in Hot Springs.
On your next shopping trip re
member to get Powderene, the
wonder rug cleaner and Mirra Moth
Proof, positive protection against
moths. Both at Basinger’s
Furniture store. tf
Levi Balmer, 80 year old former
Bluffton resident is visiting relatives
and friends here this week. He is
well remembered by many old-time
Bluffton people. Balmer when a
youth of 17 left for the west and has
resided for many years in Oregon.
His father, the late John Balmer
was a pioneer brick mason. The
family lived at Grove and Main
streets in what is now the E. C.
Romey property.
Rev. and Mrs. John Schlosser and
family of Rockrille, Md., are guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Tosh of South Lawn avenue. The
Schlosser family stopped here en
route of Berkeley, Calif., where Rev.
Schlosser will enter the University
of California to study Chinese pre
paratory to entering mission work
in China. Rev. Schlosser is connect
ed with the Free Methodist church
and formerly lived in China.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Adjustable window screens 45c
each at Basing'er’s umiture store.
Allen Beeshy of Riley street has
been doing carpenter work in La
fayette.
Mrs. Frank Houston spent the
week end in Findlay visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorian Scoby.
Mrs. Adolph Studler of Ft. Wayne
visited over the week end with her
sister, Mrs. Frank Stalter and family
of Riley street.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matter of
Ft. Wayne spent the week end with
his father, Peter Matter of Spring
street who is ill.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Weed and son
Eugene are spending a two weeks’
vacation at Lakeside attending the
Bible conference.
Mrs. Armin Hauenstein who under
went an operation at Bluffton hospi
tal is convalescing at her home on
South Main street.
Miss Lavada Balmer of South
Main street has returned home after
spending the past week with friends
in Bowling Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whittemore
and sons of Michigan spent the
week end at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mr*. Bert Devier.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eversole, Mrs.
Noah Augsburger and Mrs. Verna
Crouse spent Sunday in Lafayette,
the guests of Mrs. Jennie Eversole.
Mr. and Mrs. E dw. Davy of Al
bany, N. Y., are spending a week
here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
gar Hauenstein of South Jackson
street. 4
Roll roofing 98c up. Gamble’s
Dealer Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Gei’aid Hilty and
son Jerry, Mrs. Frank Houston and
Mrs. C. F. Stratton Thursday
evening at the horn Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Stratton daughter
Donna Lou at Colunibus Grove.
Mrs. J. M. Spring! nd children
Kathy and John of ia, Ill., are
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Stepleton of N R’th Lawn ave
nue. Mrs. Springer son will
return to Peoria th w eek w i 1 e
Kathy will remain fo a ontrer visit.
Mrs. Eli Fett of BEHlth?y road left
Tuesday for Ft. Wav
no
to visit her
brother Elmer Hochst?ttIf and sister
Mrs. L. E. Sumney. rs. Sumney
will leave August 11 for Jforth Holly
wood, Calif., on an Y‘.ended visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. R.
Rediger.
Miss Marion Neilscin 5k/3c U. S.
Coast Guard, returned to Brooklyn,
N. Y., Thursday night after spending
a ten day furlough at the home of
Noah Niswander on South Lawn
avenue. She is the daughter of Mrs.
Mary Niswander Neilson of Los
Angeles, formerly of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes of
South Main street are attending the
annual state summer conference of
vocational instructors in agriculture
at Camp Muskingum near Carrollton,
Ohio. They expect to return Friday
night. Mr. Barnes is instructor in
vocational agriculture in the high
school hern
Mrs. Earl Lugibill and Mrs. Edith
Mann have returned after spending
a week at Lakeside. Mrs. Millen
Geiger who has charge of the young
people’s dormitory at Lakeside is
also home for a short stay and Mrs.
A. R. Worthington who operates the
moving picture theatre at that place
spent the week end at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ludwig and
Miss Twila Carnicom of Poplar street
entertained, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Koons and Mrs. Lester Hall
of Cygnet Mr. and Mrs. Merl Brooks
and Mrs. John Shreffler of Fremont
and Mrs. Clayton Harkness of this
place. rs. Laura Carnicom return
cd to her home in Fremont with Mr.
and Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Shreffler
after spe
here.
nding the past two weeks
Save u]p to 30% on gasoline with
a Varcoii Gas SAV-R. Operates
automatically on the super charge
principle. Fits all makes of cars,
only $2.69. Satisfaction guaranteed
or your money refunded. On a
thirty da)r trial. Get yours today at
Gamble’s Dealer Store.
Diller ambulance removals: Jona
than Agin from Williamstown to
Bluffton 1hospital Mrs. Isaac Neuen
schwander and infant son from Bluff
ton hospitai to their home west of
Bluffton Mrs. Mary Ellen Barkimer
and infaiat daughter from Bluffton
hospital to the home of Mrs. Lida
Burkholdf?r Mrs. Armin Hauenstein
from Bluffton hospital to her home
on South Main street Mrs. O. I.
Cotner and infant daughter from
Bluffton 1nospital to Beaverdam.
Reunions
The 35th annual Black school re
union will be held on Thursday, Aug
ust 10. Fern Koch, Sec.
The 22nd annual reunion of the
Rote and Zearhaugh families will be
held at the Orange Center school
on Sunday, Aug. 20. Mrs. Levi
Gable, Sec.
Pan Handles
Pans and kettles with loose han
dles or rounded or uneven bottoms
should not be used for cooking be
cause of the danger of spilling
their contents and scalding some
one. Make it a rule to turn handles
of pans toward the back of the stove
or table, for if the handle is left
sticking out, the pan may be tipped
over by someone brushing against it
or may be reached by a child. This
is a common home accident and is
just as likely to happen in the hurry
of re i v ing a lunch at school, especial
’v if *,pace is limited.
Club A, J^odg.es
ana Societies
Farm Bureau Council
Farm Bureau council No. 2 will
meet next Tuesday night at 9 o’clock
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Motter.
Coming Wedding
Announcement has been made of
the approaching wedding of Dr.
Robert Oyer, son of Mrs. Adella
Oyer of Bluffton and Miss Esther
Louise Henschen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Henschen of New
Knoxville.
Dr. Oyer is resident physician at
Lima Memorial hospital and his
bride-elect is head nurse of the
hospital’s pediatric department.
The wedding will take place in
the Reformed church in New Knox
ville on Saturday night, August 19
at 7 o’clock. Rev. Bode, pastor of
the church will officiate.
Dr. Oyer is a graduate of Bluffton
college and Hahnemann Medical col
lege, Philadelphia. Following his
graduation he served as an interne
in Huron Road hospital in C’eveland.
He holds a commission as first
lieutenant in the Army medical
corps and expects to be called to
active duty in October.
Miss Henschen is a graduate of the
Lima Memorial hospital nursing
school.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farm
Woman’s club will hold their summer
picnic at the Orange Center Com
munity house on Thursday night,
August 3 Husbands of members
Alpha Gamma Club
The Alpha Gamma club will meet
at the home of Mrs. P. W. Stauffer,
Friday night with Mrs. B. W. Travis
assistant hostess.
The following program has been
arranged: Miracle Drugs, Mrs. Helen
Busy Bee
Bridal Shower
In honor of Miss Lucile Steiner,
the bride-elect of William Snyder,
the Misses Edith and Agnes
Amstutz and Mrs. Ray Heiks of
Columbus, entertained with a shower
last Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Heiks parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Bixel of South Main street.
A colonial bouquet of white roses
and purple verbenas was presented
to Miss Steiner by little Nancy
Heiks. From the bouquet hung
numerous white ribbons, to which
were attached verses, directing the
honor guest to the shower gifts.
Dainty refreshments were served,
with a bride and groom centerpiece
decorating each table.
Guests included: Mrs. Cal Steiner,
Mrs. Harry Gratz, Mrs. Waldo Nis
wander, Mrs. Glen Morgan, Mrs.
Bryan Basinger, Mrs. Weldon Basing
er, Mrs. Paul Diller, Miss Letha
Niswander, Mrs. James Suter, Mrs.
Racine Warren, Mrs. Paul Detweiler.
Mrs. Will Burkholder, Miss Peggy
Diller, Mrs. Alvin Burkholder and
Anna Elizabeth Burkholder of Find
lay, Mrs. John Keller of Lima, and
the honor guest.
Eastern Star Honors Visitor
Honoring Mrs. Minnie Nicholson
of Compton, Calif., who is spending
the summer in Bluffton visiting rela
tives and friends, Mrs. Evelyn Beals
and Mrs. Lena Soash assistant host
ess entertained members of the Past
Matrons club of the Eastern Star
chapter at the Beals home last
Wednesday evening.
After a short business meeting
with Miss Ruth Durkee, the president
presiding, the evening was spent in
formally.
Those who enjoyed the pleasant
occasion were:
Mrs. Ethel Marshall, Mrs. Char
lotte Marshall, Mrs. Emma Studler,
Mrs. Hazel Todd, rs. Martha Flick,
Miss Ruth Durkee, Miss Theresa
Slusser, Mrs. Reigh Amstutz, the
hostesses, Mrs. Beals and Mrs. Soash
and the honor guest, Mrs. Nicholson.
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Troop 82
By Morris Grom an
Thirteen Scouts, accompanied by
Scoutmaster Woodrow Little, held
their meeting and slept outside at
Gaiffe’s grove, last Monday night.
Visitors at the meeting were Marvin
Bronson, of Bluffton, and Allen
Groman, of Tiffin.
Troop members now have 175
nights camping toward their goal of
250. This is set up on the basis of
10 nights scouting per member.
During the time Troop 82 was at
the Shawnee Area scout camp near
Defiance, members passed 51 ad
vancement and merit badge tests.
Needle Care
Good care will help needles last.
The black paper they come in pre
vents rust, but if the needles should
become rusty run them through fine
steel wool, if you have it, or through
a piece of beeswax, or an emery
bag. Don’t leave needles in an em
ery bag because they’ll rust.
Rationing Calendar
So that you may keep in mind the
numerous important war-time ra
tioning dates, the Bluffton News ii
publishing this weekly reminder:
MEATS, BUTTER. CHEESE,
CANNED MILK—Book 4 red
stamps A-8. thru Z-8 good for
10 points each under token ration
ing indefinitely.
A-5, B-5 and C-5 become good
July 30 for an indefinite time.
Meats are ration free except
steaks, roasts of beef and choice
cuts of lamb.
PROCESSED FOODS—Book 4
Blue stamps A-8, thru Z-8 and
A-5 good for 10 points each
under token rationing indefinite
ly.
B-5 through F-5 become good
August 1 for an indefinite time.
GASOLINE—Stamp 12 in A
book good for 3 gallons of gaso
line thru September 21.
SUGAR—Stamps 30. 31 & 32
in Book 4 good for 5 pounds of
sugar indefinitely. Stamp 40
good for 5 pounds under can
ning allotments until Feb. 28,
1945.
Spare stamp 37 must ac
company applications for addi
tional canning sugar asked from
rationing boards.
SHOES—Airplane stamp 1 and
2 in Ration Book 3 good in
definitely.
News Want-Ads Bring Results.
WANT-ADS
Wan
Lanharn,
Wan
superintc
Notic
cessful
term
Terms
cesspoc nd cisterns.
For
conditi
SUiKV
Bluff-
ould consider lease. Ra
ols. 14
Mill,
Master Feed
Bluffto 7-W. 14
Woriti your cnic kens the easv
le feed. Get it *it
Jorg’s
Wan ted—Kitchen help. V
tf
restaur
Wan ted—Truck drivers. Gray &
White 0.
ers—Register
ior sale
city pro]icrtv
me. I
for tro
have a 1
farms.
real estate
your
st 0* cash 1
Thirty years
Long
at 4c ID
xii v n r*
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Cj. 17.
Mason ic Bldg., Li
11
i anks,
ent. Writte P. O.
Bluffto
Brauer 141 N. Jackson stree
or
S31C IS €*CI
1 *7
Lloyd
ric fan in
droom lamp. Wm.
Badertscher, nort i of town.
For sale—Lot
of Grove a
and building at
corner nd Jackson s reets.
Inquire 568 S. ain St. tf
For sale—Bab]r bassinette also
baby carri.ige *and plaj pen.
Homer Lung, 5 mlies south on Bent
ley ronid and ft mile west.
For sale—Pure apple cider viinegar.
Stanley Bixel, 3 nTiles north of town.
For' sale—All wool Alexander
Smith rug, wine color with leaf
pattern size y oy 12 with pad also
throw
pattern
at resi
Jackso
rug 27 by
same
$4. May bt
i St. Blufl’ton
phone.
For sale—Four
ity, gas,
Mrs. H. W. Althaus,
322-W mor
For
Call
White Rock
chicks to be hate hed Aug. 7. orcr
hatchei 15
or
Rayon
saio——rar
Boutwell,
narvest 3
th of
town.
For S fl 1 p-, ... s and
cider vunegar. N0 Sunday sal W.
G. Carr, 3’2 mi es north of Bluff
1 5
ivn.
For sale—Gooe cooking anc1 eat
ing apples. In in Fisher, 1 mile
north of Bluffton on county li ie.
For sale—The Warner N ewlan
resider ce consisti ng of 7 room house
with furnace. electricity and water.
Im n hmwrpn rnn
of ground. Poss
and about 3 acres
occinn in 510
days.
Inquin at the house, W. Elm street.
For sale—Oak dinette table and
4 chai)■s maple double bed coniplete
walnut poster bed complete apart
ment s ize davenp art and chair large
macle overstuffec chair end tables
electric sweeper fruit jars and other
numercjus househ old articles. Call
phone 322-W mornings.
For sale—Good C1ooking and eating
apples. Steiner Fnnit Farm, mile
east of I Jluffton.
For sale—Ladies shoes, all in good
condition, some good as new. bizes
4*2 to 6, in black,, white and wine
colors some with arch supports. No
ration stamps. Inquire 324 North
Main street over Johnson barber
shop.
For sale—Goats, including young
milk goat with kid by side also
pair of guinea pigs. Call Bluffton
phone 578-Y.
For sale—Sweet corn. E. L.
Burkhart, Pandora phone 30-J.
Lost—Red billfold containing “A”
gas coupons also some money and
other articles. Finder please return
to Evelyn Niswander.
Lost—Billfold containing A and
gas ration books and currency. Re
ward. Finder notify Homer Lung,
Rt. 1, Bluffton.
PAGE FTVP
APPRECIATED
I wish to thank all the friends
who have sent me greeting cards
and well wishes during my illness.
Mrs. Eliza Fett
Local Office For Acousticon
Hearing Aid
Also Batteries for all Makes
MRS. WALTER GRATZ,
110 South Lawn Ave.
Phone 467-W.
The Deadline
may come tonight
After the fire starts it’s too
late to get insurance. The time
to take out insurance is today
—the deadline may come to
night—and then tomorrow will
be too late.
Better see about it now—
remember, good intentions are
no substitute for good in
surance.
W.F.IUTZI
Insurance Agency
Fire Auto Bonds
NOTICE
The undersigned will re
ceive bids for the 80 acre
farm in Orange township
known as the Benedict
Leichty farm, 2 miles
southeast of Bhifl'ton.
All bids to be in my
hands not later than
August 15. The right is
reserved to reject any or
all bids.
EMANUEL LEICHTY
Mt. Blanchard, Ohio
Big Annual
FESTIVAL
St. Anthony Church
Columbus Grove, 0.
Sunday and Monday
JULY 30-31
Amusements and Refresh
ments
Chicken Supper Sunday
4:30 to 9:00 P. M., War
Time. Monday Chicken
Noodle Soup Lunch
WILL MAKE THEM LAST
MO'S’ THAT physical replacements
are impossible it is important to
check up on your property screens
plaster walls, metal flashings and cutters,
hardwood floors, metal equipment,
wooden shingles or siding, foundations el
concrete, brick or stone, so that necessar/
maintenance work may be taken care of
and properly protected. For each, we have
a Pittsburgh Live Paint specially devel
oped to give the Longest possible service
on that particular type of surface.
Let us show you scientific tests which
prove that the improved “Vitalized Oils”
(used to enrich Pittsburgh Paints) remain
in the paint film, keeping it LIVE, tough
and elastic retarding cracking, peeling
and blistering giving the extra pro
tection your property needs in wartime.
PinsBL’RCH
Paints
STEINMAN BROS.
LUMBER CO.

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