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THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1944
Sept. 18, 1819
Participant in the exhibition of
aerial acrobatics at West Chester, Pa.
were from members of the Flying
Circus, comprising the 258th Aero
squadron now stationed at Aberdeen
Proving Grounds, in Maryland, during
the war a service squadron overseas
in charge of First Lieutenant Rene R.
Studler. There flyers with utmost
nonchanlance, performed loops, barrel
rolls, half barrel rolls, Immelman
turns, vertical reversesements and the
falling leaf maneuvers to within a few
hundred feet of the ground, so that
many a sturdy veteran held his breath
and women turned pale, fearing for
intrepid flyers.
Sam Aldrich is home on furlough
at Rockport from France. His fur
lough will last 30 days and after that
he will be sent to the Texas border to
remain for the next eleven months.
This w’ill make six years in the service
for him. He was a member of the
third division and was over the top
while in France on six different oc
casions.
Murray Tripplehom who has served
in the Marine Corps for over two
years has been honorably discharged
from the service. The young man re
ceived his discharge at Philadelphia.
He expects to leave for Texas soon
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Bluffton In First World War
What Happened Here Twenty-five Years Ago This Week
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THE PUBLIC IS, CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
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in Funeral Service
where he will be employed in the oil
fields.
Ask Report On Farm
Performance Work
Oliver Basinger, member of the
Allen county AAA committee in
charge of the check of performance
work asks farmers report to their
community committee as soon as
they have complete all production
practises on their farms for 1944.
Richland township committeemen
are Walter Schaublin and Willard
Jennings.
Committeeman in Jackson town
ship is M. E. Emerick and Monroe
township committeeman is Clarence
Clarence Hetrick.
Payments cannot be made until
the farmer has reported all his
practises for the year have been
completed, Basinger stated.
Onions will be a victory food selec
tion from September 21 through Oc
tober 7, which means this vegetable is
a relatively good food buy in that
period. There is a good onion crop
and the probblem of commercial stor
age would be less acute if consumers
would put a few extra pounds of on
ions in home storage.
Professional Competence
Dependable Quality
Fair^ Profits
Reasonable Prices
Paul Diller
FUNERAL HOME
'Phone 222- W 'Muffton
PAY
YOUR RIELS
RY CHECK
within keeping
of present day conditions.
Basinger Funeral Home
w Combs Licensed Funeral Director in (h*re
during absence of Stanley E. Basinger, who la
serving our country in its Armed Forces.
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ANNOUNCES A
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Tear, $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.
Mrs. Eli Deppler and Miss Alice
Ludwig are spending the week in To
ledo.
Mrs. Wm. Lightner of South Lawn
avenue expects to move to Beaverdam
soon.
Mrs. Edwin Bash of Lorain is vis
iting here w’ith her mother, Mrs. M.
M. Kibler.
Mrs. Frank Zurcher and daughters
and iss Margery Amstutz spent
Sunday at Clyde.
Mr. and Mrs. James Elvin and Miss
Hulda Schifferiy of Poplar street
the week end in Detroit.
Gamble’s super quality house paint.
White only, 5 gallon pail .$14.45. Gab
ble’s Store Authorized Dealer.
Mrs. Alta Seholfield of Lima is
spending several days with Mrs. Paul
ine Gable and daughter Janis.
Miss Drusilla Lugibill of Ft. Wayne
Bible Institute spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Lugibill.
Miss Martha Steiner of South Lawn
avenue spent Sunday in Ft. Wayne
w’ith her brother, Abraham Steiner
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Badertseher
and family of Rawson visited Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Lydia Badertsch
er and Milton Badertseher.
Misses Shirley Ann Romey and
Eleanor McCune of Lima spent the
week end at the home of Mrs. Pauline
Gable and daughter Janis.
Red Seal cedarized garment bags,
protects your clothing against moths.
Bags are handy box style, 97c each.
Basinger’s Furniture store.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hahn and
family of Findlay spent Sunday at
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hahn of West Elm street.
Pvt. Brooks Root has returned to
Elgin Field, Florida, after a fifteen
days furlough with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Rutt of Mound street.
Lieut, (j. g.) James F. Miller, of
the Coast Guard, his wife and daught
er, Linda, are spending this week with
his mother, Mrs. Charles Miller, of
South Main street. They will leave
Friday to return to Manhattan Beach,
N. Y., where Lieut. Miller is station
ed.
Spring filled living room suites.
Gamble’s Auth. Dealer.
Diller ambulance removals: Ernest
Gratz from his home to Bluffton hos
pital Mrs. Ernest Freet from Lima
Memorial hospital to her home near
Rockport Robert Schindler from
Route 25 north of Bluffton to Bluffton
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lora who spent
the past week here with his mother,
Mrs. Lydia Lora and sister, Miss Clara
Lora. They left for Peebles, in Un
ion county where Mr. Lora is employ
ed by the American Telephone & Tel
egraph company in long line construc
tion.
Black roof coating 5 gallon pail
$2.98. Gamble’s Auth. Dealer.
Edward Blakesley of Ft. Wayne vis
ited several days last week at the
home of David Basinger on Riley
street and other relatives and friends
here. Blakesley, formerly with the
General Electric company in Ft.
Wayne is now employed in a knitting
mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sommer of
South Jackson street visited the past
week with their daughter, Miss Mar
cele Sommer at Bloomington, Ill.,
where she is in nurses’ training. They
also visited relatives in Wisconsin and
in Chicago with Rev. and Mrs. A. C.
Schultz and daughter Carla, formerly
of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miller of South
Main street entertained Sunday in
honor of their son, Lt. James Miller
and Mrs. Miller and daughter Linda
of Manhattan Beach, New York city.
Guests were Lt. and Mrs. Miller and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Baker
and son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Brauen and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Wenger.
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
Mrs. Frank Armbrecht and daugh
er Nancy of Rawson, Mrs. Francis
Stevens and children of Ada, Mrs.
Howard Nique and son John of Find
lay visited Mrs. Robert Deerhake and
Mrs. Bertha Matter, Sunday and at
tended the Harvest Home services at
Emanuel’s Reformed church in the af
ternoon.
Step ladders, ironing boards. Gem
ble’s Auth. Dealer.
Miss Roseann Hilty, WAVE seaman
first class, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hilty during the past
week. After finishing her boot train
ing at Hunter college, New York city,
she was sent to the Naval Training
school in Milledgeville, Ga., for a
twelve weeks’ course. She reported
to the Naval Air base at Norfolk,
I Va., Tuesday.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OH.O
Aviation Cadet Arthur Richard
Parker, son of Mrs. Alice S. Parker
of Washington, D. C., is in officers
training at Ft. Benning, Ga., where
he will graduate next December.
Mrs. Parker is formerly of Bluffton,
the daughter of Chris Santschi of
East Kibler street.
Linoleum by the yard or 9 by 12
rugs also rug border. Gable’s Auth.
Dealer.
Fred Feldman and family are oc
cupying the Hankish storeroom form
erly occupied by the Siefield bakery
on South Main street. Feldman is a
government inspector at the Triplett
plant here.
Broom Duster—Simply tie onto the
household broom and you have an ef
ficiet duster, 69c. Gamble Auth. Deal
er.
Ensign Gary Todd who received
his commission and wings last June
and just completed operational
training as a dive bomber pilot at
De Land, Florida, is spending a
leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Todd of Franklin street. He
will leave October 10 for Corpus
Christi, Texas, to be a dive bomber
operational instructor.
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen and
family were Sunday all day guests in
the Chas. Miller home in Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stratton, Mr.
and Mrs. Lamiar Basinger and dau
ghter attended the funeral of Mrs.
John Fett, Sunday afternoon.
Callers in the Lyman Barnes home
Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Andrews and daughter Mary’ Al
ice. Monday afternoon callers were
Mrs. Russell Huber, Mrs. E. M. Glea
son and son Danny.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber called
on Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Berryhill
and daughter Sunday evening.
Mrs. C. M. Gleason spent several
days last week at Red Key and Port
land, Indiana. Danny Gleason spent
the time with his cousin in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Garau spent last
week end at Zanesville. They attend
ed the wedding of Mrs. Garau’s broth
er, Sgt. Orville Coulter and Miss Hel
en May Darby.
Lamar Basinger and daughter call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shulaw,
Thursday evening and one Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Kerr of near West
Minster on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen had
as their dinner guests Wednesday
evening, Lt. James Miller and wife
and daughter.
Chas. Mefford is still quite poorly.
He has been confined to his bed for
some time with sciatic rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hess and family
were Sunday evening dinner guests
of Lilly Fett and Nellie Huber.
Recent callers in the Oscar Zim
merman home were Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Zimmerman and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Cal Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Hom
er Lung and daughter. Sunday after
noon they called on Mrs. Zimmerman’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Herr.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and
son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Flemming of Lafayette.
Sunday evening they called on Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Watt of Lima.
Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Althauser, Waldo
Spencer, Mrs. Ed Zents of Muskegeon,
Mich., were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Musser of Ada.
Mrs. Zents who has been visiting rel
atives for the past two weeks, will
leave for her home sometime this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Althauser called
on Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lung and
Dow Scoles recenely.
Mrs. Carl Huber called on Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Mefford, Sunday evening.
Miss Luella Harner of Chilicothe was
a caller Monday evening.
In preparation for the 1945 farm
census, Ohio county agricultural
agents have been asked to organize
county advisory committees. One
function of the committee will be to
inform the public of the purpose and
value of taking the inventory of na
tional farm resources.
Rationing Calendar
So that you may keep in mind the
numerous important war-time ra
tioning dates, the Bluffton News ia
publishing this weekly reminder:
MEATS, BUTTER, CHEESE,
CANNED MILK—Book 4 red
stamps A-8 thru Z-8, A-5 thru
G-5 good for 10 points each
under token rationing indefinite
ly.
PROCESSED FOODS—Book 4
Blue stamps A-8, thru Z-8 and
A-5 thru L-5, good for 10 points
each under token rationing in
definitely.
GASOLINE—Stamp 12 in A
book good for 3 gallons of gaso
line thru September 21.
SUGAR—Stamps 30, 31, 32, 33
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.
Legion Auxiliary
The following officers were chosen
at the annual election of the Bluffton
Ijegion Auxiliary held at the Legion
hall, Tuesday night:
Pres., Rhea Geiger 1st V. P., Lena
Swash 2nd V. P., Ina Amstutz sec
retary, Augusta Steiner treas., Flo
Herrman executive com., Marie
Stonehill, Christine Harris, Huldah
Amstutz.
District president, Mrs. A, J. Puls
camp of Celina will be in charge of in
stallation of officers on Tuesday night,
October 10. The meeting will follow
a covered dish dinner at 6:30 o’clock.
All members are urged to be present.
Richland Grange
Richland grange will hold a booster
night and open meeting next Tuesday
at 8 p. m. The program will consist
of music, readings, talks and a pag
eant entitled “Sw’ords into Plow
shears.”
Alpha Gamma
Mrs. Marcella Bernard will enter
tain the Alpha Gamma club on Fri
day night. Numbers on the program
are: War Poets, Eloise Travis Au
tumn Poetry, Evelyn Reichenbach.
Farm Bureau
Richland Farm Bureau Council No.
2 will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Rusmisel on Friday night, Oct. 6.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farm Wom
an’s club will meet with Mrs. Gertrude
Kimmel, Thursday afternoon, October
5. The following program has been
arranged:
Devotionals, Edith Swank roll call,
current events Sunday service, Fame
Fett That Wonderful Alibi, the War,
Clara Long Saving Money, Cathryn
Van Meter Sunlight and Shadow,
Dora Montgomery Real Friendship is
Rare, Ethel Shilling.
Farm Burea Dinner
Farm Bureau councils Nos. 1 and 2
will hold a covered dish dinner at the
high school cafeteria next Tuesday
night followed by a joint meeting.
Richland Center
Beginning next Sunday, Oct. 1, the
services for the next three months at
the Emanuel’s Evangelical and Re
formed church will be worship ser
vices at 9:30 and Sunday school at
10:30.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winget and
daughter called Sunday on her father
John McPheron of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Basinger and
son Emerson and daughter Elaine
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dillman and
daughter Marilyn were Sunday dinner
guests at the Martha Basinger home.
Afternoon callers were, Mrs. Minnie
Gracely and Mrs.- Gerald Basinger
and daughter Patricia Ann of Lima.
Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cal
Amstutz.
Mr. and Mrs. Menno Geiger and Mr.
and Mi's. Jake Luginbuhl spent Sun
day evening with Mrs. Sam Kohler
and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertseher
and sons spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and
daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schaublin and
daughter Rachel called Thursday
evening on Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty
and daughter Roseann who is home
on furlough from the WAVES.
Mr. and rs. Paul Rusmisel attend
ed a Home Coming service at the
Brethren Church in Lima, Sunday.
Post week callers at the Amos Ger
ber home were. Rev. and Mrs. John
Esau, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkholder,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Amstutz, Sidney
Burkholder, Sam Balmer, Menno Ba
singer, Andy Hochstettler, Mrs. Noah
Steiner, Mrs. Evan Davis, Mrs. John
Habegger, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bame,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bower, Mr.
and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler and
daughter Emily, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Amstutz, Jerry Basinger, Mrs. Sam
Kohler and daughter Madeline, Mr.
and Mrs. David Niswander, Mr. and
Mrs. Charley Kiefer, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Zimmerly, Noah Hochstettler
and daughter Laura, Marie- Inbody,
Mrs. Linda Fett, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Nusbaum and Warren Moser.
Mrs. Calvin Schaublin of Rising
Sun spent Saturday night and Sun
day at the Walter Schaublin home
and also attended Harvest Home and
Home Coming at Emanuel’s Reform
ed church, Sunday.
Ernest Gratz was taken to Bluffton
hospital last Thursday and was re
moved to his home Monday afternoon,
much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. David Niswander,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Keifer, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Nusbaum called Sunday
afternoon at th's Amos Basinger home.
Mr. pnd Mrs. Kenneth Gratz and
son of Lima called at the Ernest Gratz
home Monday evening.
White Reflects Color
White is the sum total of all col
ors, reflecting them all and absorb
ing none. There are six standard col
ors, of which three are primary:
red, yellow and blue. The three sec
ondary colors are obtained by mix
tures of the primary colors: green
(blue and yellow), orange (red and
yellow) and purple (red and blue).
Ail other colors are combinations
of these.
WANT-ADS
Worm your chickens the easy way.
Put Ovumix in the feed. Get it at
Jorg’s hatchery. tf
Insulate now with Gamble’s home
guard insulation. A proven product.
Keeps out heat and cold efficiently—
moisture resistant—fire resistant and
light in weight. See us before you in
sulate. Save coal this winter. Gam
ble Store Authorized Dealer.
See me for monuments of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, representing the Lima
Marble Co., 409 S. Main St., Bluffton.
Phone 429-W. tf
Now is the right time to see me
about buying or selling farms or city
property. Save up to 25% interest
on your farm loan, terms to suit you.
Guaranteed rates up to 25 years.
Complete real estate service. Mail a
card and I’ll call. E. D. Collins, Ma
sonic Bldg., Lima. tf
Notice to the public—I am the au
thorized Avon agent in this district.
All wishing Avon products call Mrs.
Fred Hahn, 216 W. Elm St.
Wanted—Load of furnace wood.
Harvey Beidler, Bluffto nphone 121-Y.
Wanted—Chimney for Quickmeal
stove. Mrs. Milton Bixler, Bluffton
phone. 23
For rent—Upstairs room for stor
age, heated. Inquire News office, tf
For sale—The late George Barnes
residence at 139 S. Jackson street.
Modern eight room house. Imme
diate possession. Inquire Monroe
Amstutz, 154 Cherry street. tf
For sale—Potatoes: No. 1 Irish
Cobblers also good seconds. Weldon
H. Deppler, Bluffton phone 580-W. 23
For sale—Potatoes. Clarence
Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Potatoes. Harold Stein
er, 1 mile west on Grove street road,
eft to first place on left hand
side.
For
Oberh
Bluffton phone 626-Y. tf
sale—Stark fruit trees. L. A.
salesman, 140 Cherry S
For sale—Pears.
1 Fj miles southeast
For sale—Potato
al grades. Archie
northwest of town
530-Y.
Evan Soi
Pandora
-hoico of
For sale—Sweet
tracted honey.
Farm, 2 miles sout
fft
ROOFING AT GAMBL1
b. roll__ .____________
requiring extra cash for per
sonal use thisi fall or winter is
requested to call at our office.
Amounts up to $1,000 are
quickly aifail:able for farni or
household nee■ds. You can get
the mone y in strict business
confidence on your own signa
tore and security. No red tape
or delay. A sspecial low charge
is made far this service oii all
loans for farm purposes. Buy
what you ‘d, pay what you
owe with the help of this re
liable cash plan. Over 30 vears
people.
THE CITY LOAN
■nd Savings Company
202 W. Market. Lima, Ohio
Paul Schoenlein, Mgr.
Phone 73511
For sale—Good four room house
with electricity, gas, city water and
garage comfortable modern two
family frame house in fine condition,
centrally located, garage. Mrs. H. W.
Althaus, Bluffton phone 238-W.
For sale—100 triple A yearling
Leghorn hens. Albert Kohler, Bluff
ton phone.
For sale—Heatrola, good condition.
Inquire 422 N. Main St., or Gulf Fill
ing Station.
For sale—Thome seed wheat also
potatoes and vinegar. Stanley Bixel,
3 miles north of town.
For sale—Canning tomatoes, bring
containers. No Sunday sales. Elmer
Long, two blocks north of Beaverdam
traffic light. Phone 273.
For sale-—Apples and fresh cider.
Ervin Fisher, 1 mile north of town
on county line road.
For sale--Three varieties of cooking
and «ating apples. Steiner Fruit farm
east c)f town.
Foi sale-—There will be offered at
the Ravniond Roseboom sale on Fri
day, JSept. 29 an end table, book shel
ves, novel ty kitchen clock, electric
regukitor clock, electric curling iron,
stand electric broiler, electric Boston
beanery, el ectric heater and world
globe.
For sale-—Dinette suite with 4
chairs in good condition baby buggy
in fair condition also play pen. Mrs.
Harlan Moser, 145 S. Mound St.
For sale—-Good Elgin gent’s watch.
Call Bluffton phone 522-T.
For sale Potatoes. Amos Reich
enbach & Son, 3 miles northwest of
Bluffton. Phone 582-T. 24
For sale—Metal clarinet in good
condition. Call Bluffton phone 141-R.
For sale—Delicious, Grimes, Jon
athan, Snow, Banana, Stark, Baldwin,
Greenings and Winesap apples. W.
G. Carr, 3Va miles north of Bluffton.
No Sunday sales. 26
For sale—Work table and stool 3
walnut pedestals piano accordian
1 small size double medicine cabinet
PAGE FIVE
sled 4 dozen quart glass jars set air
horns for Chevrolet car pair drum
major boots size 6 child’s roll top
desk: man’s navy blue overcoat, size
40 children’s toys, double bunk bed
doll bed, rubber tire rollers ironing
board and iron play dishes. Call
phone 472-Y.
For sale—Seven room house on
North Main street. Dana Mathewson,
Riley St.
For sale—Crib mattress and nur
sery’ chair. Mrs. Wilbur Steiner,
Bluffton phone 628-Y.
For sale—Winter apples. Myron
Matter, Souh Main street. 24
For sale—Seven room circulating
heating stove. Call Bluffton phone
465-W after 5 p. m.
For sale—Modem 7 room house in
good condition. Possession about Oc
tober 15. Sam Hauenstein 234 N.
Lawn Ave. 25
Lost—Ration book No. 4. Harry
Beals. Finder please return to News
office.
Lost, strayed or stolen—Scotch ter
rier dog, white with brown spot on
eye and stub tail. Answers to name
of Trixie. Aaron Messinger, Bluff
ton phone 566-T.
Stamped Citrus
According to citrus specialists of
the department of agriculture, it’s
usually the Florida and Texas or
anges that bear the stamp required
by law when color is added. Wide
variations in day and night temper
ature and the presence of iron in
the soil of California make the color
of the skin much deeper, and there
fore no help is needed to make the
western orange really “orange col
ored.” The Florida orange, how
ever, often reaches maturity while
the skin is still green, and to get
the traditional bright color, a spe
cial beauty treatment is required, so
to speak.
Ldcal Office For Acousticon
Hearing Aid
MRS. WALTER GRATZ,
110 South Lawn Avenue
Phone 467-W
In Memoriam
Bluffton todays piys tribute
to the memory of Pvt. Lyle
Kohli, one of its sons who
made the supreme sacrifice in
Normandy.
Any honor which we can pay
to his memory is small com
pared to that full measure of
devotion which he poured out
that there might come a bet
ter world.
His sacrifice lays upon us
who remain the solemn obli
gation to make that vision of
a better world a reality.
W. F. 1UTZI
Insurance Agency
Due to the short
age of labor, we
will operate from
6:30 a. m. to 7:30
p. m., effective
October 2, until
further notice.
RISSER
SANDWICH SHOP
CT AD
THEATRE
1 A 11
Bluffton
THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
.James Cagney in
“JOHNNY
COME LATELY”
SUN.-MON.
Red Skelton in
“WHISTLING
IN BROOKLYN”
TUES.-WED.
“The Cowboy
and the Senorita”
with Roy Hogel's
COMING
GUADACANAL DAIRY
RATIONING

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