THVRSDAY. OCT. S, 1944
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Griffith are the
proud parents of a son, Michel Francis
bom to them Tuesday evening at the
Bluffton Community hospital. He
weighed 9^4 pounds. Its grandmother
is Mrs. Nettie Pitzen of this place.
Mother and baby are doing fine.
Ruth Ghaster has accepted a posi
tion with the Cooper Corporation in
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones called on
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones last week.
Local Office For Acousticon
MRS. WALTER GRATZ,
110 South Lawn Avenue
PRODUCED BY THE MAKERS OF
Our wide price
needs or wish*,
WOOD or CEMENT
This quick-drying, tough,
duroblo tooting will giv»
you iporkling, now-looking
Boors «t very low cost.
i The hard, glossy finish is
wotor-proot end wear proof.
Very oosy to keep clooA.
Am for dodoos, woodwork,
I linoleum, porch end Igwn
OUR PERSONAL attendance upon a bereaved
I family’s urgent requirements has much to do with
I the numerous letters of appreciation we receive.
Whether a family chooses a moderately priced
service or one that is comparatively expensive it
receives the full benefits of our abilities and facili
ties. We serve as we would be aerved.
Mr. and Mrs. W, Kamer attend
ed the Hancock county fair last week.
Mrs. Mary Steiner and Mrs. Bar
bara Light were Sunday dinner guests
of Mrs. Joyce Rosenfelder.
Mrs. A. E. Holmes and Mrs. W. B.
Kramer attended the funeral of Mr.
Hoyer, Wednesday afternoon in Find
Mrs. B. E. W olfrom and Mrs. Joyce
Rosenfelder spent Saturday in Find
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfrom and
son of Findlay visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Wolfrom and family
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fritz and dau
ghter Martha Esther attended the
county fair last week.
Mrs. Maggie Wiley of Peoria, Ill., is
visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs.
W. B. Kramer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kramer attend
ed the funeral of Warren Fox in Bluff
ton, Saturday afternoon.
Ed Smith, who has been quite ill
is some what improved.
Mrs. Ellis Steinman is the Bluff
ton hospital. She underwent a major
operation Saturday morning.
Mrs. Larena Guin, Mrs. John White,
Myrtle Steinman and Ruth Ghaster
were recent callers on Joyce Rosen
Kevin Griffith was a Sunday dinner
guest of Martha Fritz.
Bluffton high and grade schools
will be closed Thursday for the
Putnam county fair at Ottawa.
of present day conditions.
Basinger Funeral Home
G. W. Comb* Licensed Funeral Director in Char«e
during absence of Stanley E. Basinger, who is
serving our country In its Armed Force*.
'Phone 222‘IV’ Oil
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FOR INTERIOR or EXTERIOR USE
NfW Siaurr WITH PArrilfONUARSINT PAINTS
This bank will be closed all day
Thursday, October 12
Columbus Day, a Legal Holiday.
The Citizens National Bank
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THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by the^Bluffton News Publishing and
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in ’J. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Step ladders, ironing boards. Gam
ble Authorized Dealer.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards of Col.
Grove called on Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe
Blakesley, Sunday evening.
Miss Jeanne Scholfield of Lima vis
ited over the week end with Mrs. Karl
Gable and daughter Janis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Stettler of New
London, Conn., visited the latter part
of last week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. .Stettler south of Bluffton.
S, Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Matter of
Osborn spent the week end here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gratz
of South Lawn avenue.
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.
Mrs. C. R. Reynolds and son David
Ray of Albuquerque, New Mexico ar
rived Sunday to visit Mrs. Mary Mat
ter and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Amstutz and
daughter Lois spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Caughman and
son Don of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. David Tripplehom of
Ft. Worth, Texas, are visiting the
former’s brothers Fred and Dan Trip
plehorn of South Main street.
Red Seal cedarized garment bags,
protects your clothing against moths.
Bags are handy box style, 97c each.
Basinger’s Furniture store.
Lieut, (j. g.) Glenn Slusser of the
Navy recently visited here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Slusser and
sister, Miss Theresa Slusser of Cher
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Diller had as
dinner guests, Friday evening: Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Royer and daughter
Nancy Jo of Cincinnati and Mrs. J.
Leasure of Lima.
Carl Arnold of Kinsman spent sev
eral days last week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gossman and
Mrs. Susan Arnold and daughter Bes
Dale Davidson, of St. Pnul, gradu
ate student in the University of Min
nesota was here over the week end
to attend the funeral services of his
grandfather, D. W. Fox.
Mrs. Mary Matter of Garau street
who underwent an operation for
hernia at Bluffton hospital is slowly
Miss Clara Lort of South Main
street will learve Thursday for War
saw, Ind., to care for her sister-in-law
Mrs. Monroe Lora.
Linoleum by the yard or 9 by 12
rugs also rug border. Gamble’s
Avon specials—Rose cold cream,
Daphne talcum, face powder, smokers
tooth powder. See Mrs. Fred Hahn,
W. Elm St.
Mrs. J. W. Garner and Miss Verna
Todd of Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. Klingler of Lima spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Todd and
family of Franklin street.
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
Ens. and Mrs. Donald D. Wenger
and son Tom of Little Creek, Va., vis
ited over the week end at the homes
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wen
ger. Ens. W’enger has now been
transferred to sea duty.
Carl Arnold of Kinsman, Mrs. Mary
Hartman and son Cloyce of Hoytville,
Chas. Hartman of North Baltimore
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gossman, son
Robert and daughter Wanda were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Gossman and Mrs. Susan Ar
nold and daughter Bessie.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schmidt and
Mrs. Ella McHenry’ entertained at the
latter’s home, Sunday, at dinner the
following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Troyer, Mrs. Blanche Troyer and
Mrs. Steward Brower all of Continen
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Stepleton of
North Lawn avenue spent Sunday at
the home of their son Theodore
Stepleton and family in Lima. Wal
ter Klay of Waynesboro, Pa. who was
in Lima on a business trip for the
Landis Tool Co., was also a guest in
the Stepleton home. He is a brother
of Mrs. S. H. Stepleton.
A family gathering at the home of
Mrs. Bertha Woods of West College
avenue, Sunday, included three sons:
Harold of Detroit, Floyd of Lima and
Irvin of Bluffton a daughter, Mrs.
Lillian McConnaughey and grandson
Eldon McConnaughey, a naval radio
technician home on leave after being
stationed in Londonderry, Ireland.
Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Herring of West
Elm street had as guests over the
week end Mr. and Mas. Melvin Lora
who came by plane from Bonham,
Texas, Saturday. Mr. Lora returned
Sunday to Jones field, where he has
boon located for the past two years.
He will report to Randolph Field, Tex
as, October 8 for air transport train
ing. Mrs. Lora who is .remaining here
for a visit will make her home in the
future with her parents at Bethlehem,
♦TON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Jitney supper at Presbyterian
church, Thursday night, Oct. 19. 26
Carl Arnold of Kinsman visited
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Estella
McGeorge and family.
Gamble's super quality house paint.
White only, 5 gallon pail $14.45.
Gamble’s Store Authorized Dealer.
Mrs. Frank Zuercher spent several
days the past week with her mother,
Mrs. Martin Wenzinger in Findlay.
Max Good of Soul’s Harbor, Co
lumbus, will speak in the high school
auditorium, Saturday night, Oct. 14.
Miss Luella Luginbuhl of West Elm
street has left for Cincinnati where
she is a second year student in Cin
cinnati Bible seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Gallant of Find
lay spent Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Blakesley. Evening call
ers were Mrs. Robert Hochstettler and
Miss Miriam June Clark and Leo
netta Sandy of Lima were week end
guests of Miss Sara Amstutz north of
Mrs. Iaisy Pifer of Rawson and
Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton were
dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Burgman of Lima.
Esther King and Frank Sweeten of
Taylor university, Upland, Ind., spent
Saturday with Rev. and Mrs. Stanley
Rupp and little daughter.
Diller Ambulance removals—Mrs.
Paul Lugibill and infant daughter
from Lima Memorial hospital to the
home of David Lugibill northeast of
Pandora Mrs. Paul Sommers from
Lima Memorial hospital to her home
west of Beaverdam.
Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Ewing of
Farmingdale, N. Y., Mrs. Paul Geis
er and son Ronnie and Mrs. Corda
Ryan spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ewing.
Tubes, not rationed—30 by 3’4,
500 by 19 450 by 21 sizes. Gam
ble Authorized Dealer.
Cliff West of South Lawn avenue
and Fletch West of Lima spent the
week end with the latter’s two sons
Ralph West of Wheaton, Ill., and Don
West who is a patient in a veteran’s
hospital in Chicago.
Mrs. Eileen Huttenlocher and Mrs.
Kathryn Hull of Toledo spent the
week end here with their brother, Ens.
Gary Todd of Corpus Christi, Texas,
who is home on two weeks leave visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Todd and daughter Mar
jean of Frank
Mrs. Paul Geiser and son Ronnie
returned Sunday after a two weeks’
visit with their husband and father,
Paul Geiser who is serving in the
Navy stationed nt Norfolk, Va. Mr.
Geiser has since been transferred to
Miss Betty Holtkamp of Bluffton
spent the week end with Miss Betty
Mrs. Thomas Koontz called Friday
afternoon on Mrs. Myron Stratton.
The L. A. S. of the Olive Branch
church will meet this Wiednesday af
ternoon with Mrs. D. D. Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker and
Kaye Nonnamaker called Friday even
ing on Mrs. Emmeline Nonnamaker.
Union prayer services at Bethesda
church, Thursday evening.
Sunday dinner guests at the M. J.
Stratton home were Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Startton and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Wright Klingler and family, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Clymer, Mr. and Mrs.
Adrian Pifer called in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lendon Basinger, dau
ghter Jeanette, son Gareth spent Sun
day evening with the Philip Basinger
Callers at the Ami Nonnamaker
home the past week were Mrs. Della
Bond of Findlay, Carl Arnold of Kins
man, Mrs. Susan Arnold, Bess Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gossman of
Bluffton, Mrs. Mary Hartman and
sons Cloyce and Charles of Hoytville,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nonnmaker and
son Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Kling
ler, son Howard and daughter MeriL
Rapid loss of weight in laying hens
often is a first symptom of tubercu
losis or fowl typhoid, and gray eyes
indicate the bird will become paralyz
By 1920 the East was producing
91 per cent of the world’s quinine
supply while American-grown qui
nine had all but disappeared from
the world market.
So that you may keep in mind the
numerous important war-time ra
tioning dates, the Bluffton News is
publishing this weekly reminder:
MEATS, BUTTER, CHEESE,
CANNED MILK—Book 4 red
stamps A-8 thru Z-8, A-5 thru
K-5 good for 10 points each
under token rationing indefinite
PROCESSED FOODS—Book 4
Blue stamps A-8, thru Z-8 and
A-5 thru R-5, good for 10 points
each under token rationing in-
GASOLINE—Stamp A-1S in
new book good for 3 gallons of
gasoline thru December 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,
SHOES—Airplane stamp 1 MMl
2 in Ration Bosk 8 good in
Mrs. Bertha Marshall will enter
tain the Poinsettia club this Wednes
day night. The program follows:
Roll call, Current events The Rus
sian Revolution, Miss Theresa Slus
ser Modern Russia, Mrs. Grace
Longsdorf Russia as a World Power,
Mrs. Hazel Biome.
The Travel Class met at the home
of Mrs. N. W. Cunningham, Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Ernest Big
elow as assistant hostess.
Numbers on the program were:
Machines and Tomorrow’s World,
Mrs. Metta Dean Can America Build
Homes, Mrs. Ruth Linden.
To Wed Saturday
Prof, and Mrs. H. W. Berky an
nounce the marriage of their daught
er Eleanor to Harold Lehman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lehman of Berne,
Ind., Saturday evening at 8 o’clock at
the home of the bride. Dr. L. L.
Rameseyer, president of Bluffton col
lege will officiate.
Both the bride and bridegroom at
tended Bluffton college. Mr. Lehman
is at present a student in the Univer
sity of Indiana medical college at In
Church of Christ Missionary
The Women’s Missionary society of
the Church of Christ will meet at the
home of Mrs. Paul Clark, Thursday
night at 7:30. Members are asked to
bring sales tax stamps.
Meeting of Bluffton Eastern Star
Chapter, Friday night at 7:30. A
good attendance is desired.
The Amico club will meet with Mrs.
Estella Core, Thursday night. Mrs.
Edith Matter will be in charge of the
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farm Wo
men’s club will meet with Mrs.
Maude Thompson, Thursday after
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stewart and
daughter Jeannine entertained a num
ber of relatives and friends in their
Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell and
children Lynn Kay and Lonnie Sue
took dinner Sunday in the B. J. Bout
well home. Callers the past week
were Mary and Ruth Heldman, Mr.
and Mrs. Sallie Marquart, Ho Agin,
Edith Stager, Pearl Boutwell of Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Heldman, Ruth
Heldman, and Charles Heldman at
tended a picnic birthday dinner Sun
day in honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Geot
zinger in the home of Mrs. Katie Neff
Mr. and Mrs. John Caris of Findlay
attended church at Riley Creek, Sun
Mrs. Maggie Wilson and grand
daughter Vera Jean spent Wednesday
with Mary and Ruth Heldman.
For sale—Shropshire ram. Sidney
Balmer, 4 miles southwest of town.
For sale—Sow and pigs. E. P.
Steiner, east of town.
For sale—Two milk goats. Mrs.
F. A. Hofer, Bluffton phone 204-W’.
For sale—Berkshire male hog. Andy
At stud—Registered Nubian buck.
Fees: Pure bred does $5 grade does
$2. Mrs. Fred Hofer, Bluffton phone
Service bulla delivered any time ex
cept Sunday. Phone Ada Red 1360.
C. N. Long & Son. tf
Wanted—All kinds of butcher
cattle, steers, heifers, cows and bulls
also unlimited number of veal calves.
Stowell Packing Co. Call N. P.
Steiner & Son, Agt. Bluffton phone
For rent—Bulla: Shorthorn Here
ford, Angus and Brown Swiss. Ira
Tubes, not rationed—30 by 3W, 600
by 19 450 by 21 sizes. Gamble Auth.
For sale—Roan cow 6 yrs. old, giv
ing nice flow of milk, coming fresh
January 1. Wm. Badertscher, 1 mile
north of Bluffton.
For sale—Six nice Shropshire ewe
lambs. E. H. Niswander, north on
For sale—Guernsey cow 7 years old,
fresh in 10 days. Chris Locher, 3’4
miles northwest of Bluffton.
For sale—Four Shropshire rams
from registered buck. Roy Clements,
114 miles west of Gratz school.
Wanted—Fresh and closeup spring
er cows: Holstein, Guernsey and
Brown Swiss. Otis Burkholder, Col
Grove Phone 43-R-5. 25
Poland China Hog Sale—-47 head,
Tuesday, October 187 at 1 p. m., cen
tral war time. Sale to be held 4 miles
east of Pandora, 4 4 miles north of
Bluffton. Ben AmstuU & Sons, Pan
For sale—-Cow. Inquire first house
north of junction of Routes 69 and 30
Worm your chickens the easy way.
Put Ovumix in the feed. Get it at
Jorg’s hatchery. tf
See me for monuments of all kinds.
Samuel Pixel, 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 senice. Moil a
card and I’ll calk E. D. Collins, Ma
sonic Bldg., Lima. tf
For rent—Upstairs room for stor
age, heated. Inquire News office, tf
For sale—Potatoes. Harold Stein
er, 1 mile west on Grove stre?t road,
then left to first place on le:rt hand
side. Bluffton phone 626-Y. tf
Foir sale—Sweet cider a so ex
tract?d honey. Augsburger Fruit
Farm 2 miles south of Blufflxm. tf
Foi sale—Potatoes. Amos Reich
enbach & Son, 3 miles northwest of
Bluffton. Phone 582-T. 24
For sale—Delicious, Grimes, Jon
athan, Snow, Banana, Stark, Baldwin,
Greenings and Winesap apples. W.
G. Carr, 3’4 miles north of Bluffton.
No Sunday sales. 26
For sale—Winter apples. Myron
Matter, Souh Main street. 24
For sale—Modern 7 room house in
good condition. Possession about Oc
tober 15. Sam Hauenstein 234 N.
Lawn Ave. 25
Gasping for breath—Danger lurks
in that chokey and hacking cough due
to colds. These deep chest colds and
coughs should 'be given relief without
delay. Get a bottle of Lower’s Prep
aration at A. Hauenstein & Son.
Formulae of C. Lower, chemist. Mfg.
by Lower’s Pharmacy, Marion, Ohio.
For sale—Two used heat circula
tors no certificate required. Basing
er Furniture store.
For sale—Small 6*4 by 7’4 ft.
building also 30 and 50 gallon gas
drums. Inquire 311 Cherry St.
Fqy sale—Georgia sugar cane syr
up. Ask your grocer or R. A. Boaz,
Beaverdam phone 27
For sale—5 room
after 5 p. m.
For sale—(Renown range in good
condition. Call Bluffton phone 429-W.
For sale—Briggs & Stratton li H.
P. gasoline motor, good condition al
so Coleman gasoline iron. Ernest
Hall, 1 mile west of Beaverdam on
Lincoln highway and 1 mile north.
For sale—Burlap bags, suitable for
potatoes or grain Sommer Grocery, N.
For sale—All porcelain shelf style
Globe range in good condition. Dick
Habegger, W. Elm St.
For rent—100 acre farm 6 miles
from Bluffton, well improved, elec
tricity, all level land. Inquire News
Wanted—Three men to handle coal
and other work around power plant.
No experience necessary. Permanent
jobs for right men. See Mr. Schu
macher at Central Ohio Light & Pow
er Co., Woodcock plant, Bluffton, O.
Wanted to buy—Second hand B. B.
gun. Mrs. Herman Stager, Bluffton
For sale—Several varieties of po
atoes. Arthur Miller, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Nice Baldwin, Red De
licious and Winesap apples. David
Nusbaum, 4 miles west and ’4 mile
north of town.
For sale—McCormick-Deering 4 roll
all steel com shredder. Homer Gratz,
Bluffton phone 626-R.
For sale—Three-quarters h. p. mo
tor. Call Beaverdam phone 32L
For sale—Fertilizer 2126, car on
track. Farm Bureau, Bluffton phone,
Wanted—1936-1937 Chevrolet' auto^
mobile. Must be in good condition.
Call Bluffton phone 166-R.
Lost—Green fountain pen. Finder
return to News office. Reward.
For sale—Child’s snow suit, fits
from 1 to 3 yrs. Inquire 234 N. Lawn
Ave., or phone 259-W.
Wanted—Child’s table and chair
set also doll buggy. Cali phone
CASH BACKING: W’e are glad
to back you with cash so you
can buy anything you need
now and pay for it later a
little at a time. You can stop
here for money at once or you
can go to your dealer and ask
him to finance your purchase
through The City Loan. Farm
folks and town folks through
out the county are using this
handy money service every day.
No need to deny yourself the
things you require for the lack
of ready cash. Just find a
good buy and you will find us
ready" to back you with cash
right away. Over 30 years of
financial service to Ohio people.
For sale—u. S. 6 roll corn husker
and s iredder. Clare nee Shulaw, 6’4
miles south of Bluffton. Phone 549-W.
For sale—Boy’s reversible zipper
front top coat for 12 year old, in good
condition. Beaverdam phone 276.
Lost—Two War Ration Books No. 4.
Finder return to Gene Moyer, 335
THE CITY LQAN
and Sarlac* Camoaax
MS W. Market. U»a, Okie
Paal Scbacnlatoi. M«*.
For sale—Three varieties of cook
ing and eating apples. Steiner Fruit
Farm, east of town.
For sale—Winter apples, bring own
containers. Andy Gratz farm.
For sale—Apartment size daven
port and chairs magazine rack and
end table combined small end table
child’s rocker, book case, Hoosier
kitchen cabinet with porcelain table
top. May be seen at Geo Rauenbuh
|^r Apts., over Jorg hatchery, Bluff
ton phone 322-W.
For sale—Potatoes: No. 1 Irish
Cobblers also good seconds. Weldon
H. Deppler, Bluffton phone 580-W.
For sale—Apples: Grimes, Jona
than, Baldwin, Red Delicious, Winter
Pipping and Starks also fresh cider
made of choice apples every Wednes
day. Morning Star Cider Press, tf
For sale—McCormick-Deering corn
binder in good condition. Raymond
Rosebloom, Bluffton phone 592-W.
For sale—Bushel basket full of
dishes variety of different kinds.
Inquire 107’2 Vine St. Bluffton.
For sale—Fifth wheel wagon, less
rubber. Dana Mathewson, Riley St.
For sale—Potatoes also Grimes
Golden and Cortland apples. Clar
ence Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—400 AAA White Rock
pullets 5 months old also 400 White
Leghorns one year old. Clayton
Bucher, Bluffton phone.
For sale—Canning tomatoes, no
Sunday sales. Bring container.
Elmer Long, 2 blocks north of Beav
erdam traffic light. Phone 273.
For sale—Heating stove used two
years, good condition. Inquire 144 N.
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.
ROOFING AT GAMBLES
35 lb. roll ___________________98c
45 lb. roll ____ _____________ $1.48
65 lb. roll __________,_______ $2.10
90 lb. slate __________ .______ $2.25
Heavy weight 3 tab. shingles $5.49
square, in green, blue and red.
Hexagon Shingles, $4.28 square,
green or red. Gamble Stores Auth
orized Dealer. 24
Beginning October 9, garbage col
lection will be made once weekly, on
Monday, during the fall and winter
W. A. Howe, Mayor
The Bluffton Welding
Shop on Riley street will
he open daily from 8 a. m.
to 5 p. m.
I am now devoting full
time to this business.
The time to
take out insurance
There is only one time to
take out insurance—and that
time is NOW.
Remember—it’s too late to
get insurance after the loss
Better take care of your in
surance today—it may have to
take care of you tomorrow.
W. F. IUTZI
Fire Auto Bonds
Judy Canova in
stol Packin' Mama
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