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mixed
Russell
orchest
Hauens
the pis
Individual income taxpayers
until January’ 15 to file tax esti
and pay the final installmen
Colonel Writes Of Death Of Hksband
Of Bluffton Woman In Army Hospital
Mr
The Ch
in the Rc
Thespian pl a
changed th
making
estimates
As a re
taxpayer
to finish
plete his
Uncle Sam.
from Dec. 1
ult the indr
will have an
Taxpayers
bedsid
The a
for it
to mt
“Ma
to ad
husbz
Bluffton Co lege Notes
gyr
be held
5, th
Man,’
Get Extra Month
For Tax Returns
with
1944 tax
in dates
ercised
income
ready have filed 1944 declarations
but desire to revise their estimates,
and all persons who owe the final
installment of the 1944 estimates tax.
include farmers who ex
leir right to defer filing
estimates, persons who al-
Food Administration a
basic price schedule fi
of the 1944 potato cre
The War
nounces the
the support
will continue
The basic price for Apr
be $2.75 a hundred.
Jlaue. tf&u. ieest Ute.
Rck.
r. s.
pm.
?d him
and wi
able.
nothing in ca
that could be
A General
care
plane
to fl
mg
at the home
Bluffton.
Miss Olive Ba
youth
Frien
and
lumbus,
secretary* of the American
Service Committee, will be
here Thursday for individual confer
ences with students.
Former Resident
Is Dead In Lima
Laura Binder, 78, fori
ident ,died Monday me
residence in Lima.
lUghter of the late
at her
Lawrence Fisher and lived
many years ago.
Surviving are a
Requi
n Tue
1945
QUaqic ^incle
We aAe jilealed la asutatMce oul

Mrs.
here
Mrs. F.
., and th
Raymond
Chase of 1
sons Almon
Detroit and Jerome of Jenera.
of
will be
brated Thursday morning at
cele
9:15
o’clock in St. John Catholic church,
Lima, with Rev. Albert Fate offi
ciating. Burial will be in
semane cemetery, Lima.
Geth
NOTICE
Annual meeting of stockholders of
The Citizens National Bank, Bluffton,
Ohio, will be held at the office of said
bank on Tuesday, January 9, 1945, at
7 p. m., for election of directors and
transaction of other business which
may come before the meeting.
E. C. Romey, Sec.
gg
exclusive
tluA tem&iJzaltle
The Magic Circle diamond achieves the
maximum in brilliance by a new change in
the almost ageless art of diamond cutting.
With the Magic Circle, color and brilliance
are intensified and the chances of chipping
the edge of the diamond are reduced. If
you have not seen the Magic Circle, stop
in at our store and we will be happy to show you this amaz
ing new type of diamond.
Exclusive at our store.
Leibefs Jewelry Shire
off.
Hilda Ohlin, attractive Chicago
ncert artist ,will sing the soprano
le in the Bluffton College Choral
•ciety’s 42nd rendition of Handel’s
p. m. Sunday night
Mei
High gymnasium.
By Jean Ann Steinman
Perfect Attendance Records
tardiness or absence entitle
students to a perfect
record for the second
tendance
pre-
8:30 the Recre
11 sponsor an all-
the
at-
Seniors—James Dailey, Otto Klas
sen ,Harley Steiner, Charles Tripple
hom, Esther Berky, Alice Jean Bixel,
Lois Burkholder, Mabel Burkholder,
Dorothy Dunbar, Julee Garmatter,
Eileen Haller, Ruby Lehman, Esther
Schumacher, Jean Ann Steinman
Miriam Stettler, Eileen Weinhold,
Roma Welty, Dorothy Wenger, Janice
Wingate.
Juniors—Don Augsburger, Richard
Minck, Allison Neuenschwander, Rob
ert Ramseyer, Leonard Smucker, Ro
bert Stalter, Charles Stonehill, Gerol
Althaus, Mary Jane Garmatter, Wilma
Geiger, Margaret Groman, Phyllis
Hardwick, Lois Harris, Patricia Hu
ber, Dorothy Lugibihl, Phyllis Mar
quart, Lois Soldner.
Sophomores—Paul Don Bixel, Joe
Bronson, Robert Coon, Ray Crouse,
Don Fritchie, Morris Groman, Bill
Haller, Lyman Hofstetter, Keith Kirt
land, Dick Kuhn, Rolland Luginbuhl,
Wayne Sommer, Kent Stonehill, Ro
bert Wilch, Harriet Amstutz, Mary
Bauman, Joann Buhler, Jean Anne
Burcky,Helen Burkholder, Joan Burk
holder, Joan Clark, Colleen Goodman.
Bonnie Grismore, Joanne Harmon,
Sara Jane Huser, Marjorie Klay,
i Wanda Lehman, Eleanor Linden,,
Sara Oberly, Alice Pannabecker, Paul
ine Pursell, Patsy Schmidt,
Tscheigg, Imogene Wenger.
Freshmen—Kenneth Bracy,
Diller, James Ewing, Earl
Maurice Garmatter, Earl Hauenstein,
James Howe, John Klay, Richard Koh
ler, Keith Moore, Burl Moyer, Arthur
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
BLUFF1V1N, UHAU
Tenir Soloist
Carlton Eldr
Lansing, Mich.,
of the soloists
of Handel’s,
8 p. m. Sunday
gymnasium by
Choral Society
Bluffton High School Notes
Neuenschwander, Norman White, Nor
ma Badertscher, Jean Burkholder,
Mary Jane Burkholder, Barbara But
ler, Maxine Criblez, Peggy Ecken
wiler, Marilyn Fett, Lois Hauenstein,
Norma Klapp, Wanda Niswander,
Betty Roush, Marilyn Stratton, Donna
Wingate.
Eighth Grade—D
nest Basinger, Mai
Bluffton Higl
the top toward
a jeep for the
Stamp and bon
increase the w
the totals bein
Wanda
Forty studerr
gible for the
of the second si
Frick
FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
FOR. MOTHER A 'prac
tical slipper with medium
heel,’ plastic or leather
soles.
FOR FATHER: A leather
slipper for leisure hours.
FOR SISTER: A dressy
satin slipper.
FOR JUNIOR: Red Goose
Shoes for comfort and
wear.
asinger, Er
ronson, Ro
illy Burcky,
unifon, Joe
Wilford Diller, Rai
Goodman, Roger Lin
enschwander, Dean
Althaus, Treva Althaus, Colletta Bad
ertscher, Marlene Berry, Nancy
Frankhauser, Darlyn Gannatter, Jo
Haller, Lois Marquart, Barbara Os
burn, Patricia Stager, Ruth Feldman.
Seventh Grade—Lowell Amstutz,
Roderick Balmer, Elwood Brauen,
John Bauman, Clo Diller, John Dill
man, George Gn-more, Eugene Hank
ish, Paul Pursell, Edgar Wenger, Sara
Badertscher, 5
Eileen Brauen,
Imajean Klass,
la Moser, Ada
Young.
ary Louise Balmer,
Raelene Campbell,
Charles Miller, Rosel-
Mae Oyer, Peggy
Bond
Sales Jump
School has gone over
their goal of buying
Sixth War Loan.
1 sales made a decided
?ek of December 7th,
’—Elementary School,
4.55 and High School, $663,45.
Honor Roll Announced
are found to be eli
nor Roll at the close
weeks. They are:
Seniors—Otto
Klassen, Sarah Am­
stutz, Juanita Pame, Lois Burkholder,
Mabel BurkhiMfer, Eileen Haller, Jean'
What is so rare as a
Christmas without a gift
of slippers? Play Santa
this year and send slippers
to all members of your
family.
NO RATION STAMP
NEEDED FOR MOST
A STYLES
SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION
W. H. GRATZ FOOTWEAR SHOP
We Specialize in Fitting for Style and Comfort
Ann Steinman, Eileen Weinhold.
of
ige, blind tenor
will appear as
i the 42nd rendition
The Messiah”, at
in the Bluffton High
:he Bluffton College
one
tonehill
aum
Burkholder,
Luginbuhl,
Eighth Gnade—Robert Neuensch
wander, Colletta Badertscher, Jo
Haller, Susan Kempf, Beatrice Leiber.
Seventh Grade—John Bauman, Rich
ard Steiner, Dorothy Amstutz, Mary
HERE’S
LUXURY
Don’t Overlook This
You can fix up that
breakfast nook and fill an
other item on your gift
list with one of these at
tractive breakfast sets.
They are well made, at
tractively finished and will
add much to your home.
All wood and as sleek
as the pre-war metal wag
ons. Comes in bright
enameled colors.
DOLLS
A wonderful sleeping doll.
It will rate tops with any
little girl—and some girls
that aren’t so small. Don’t
miss this unusual selec
tion.
Louise Balmer, June Habegger, Dor
othy Hardwick. Wills Ann Hilty
Wanda Hochstettler, Ada Mae Oyer,
Mary Jean Ramseyer, Jane Kisser.
Otto Klassen, Dean Niswander. and
Sunday at Columbus. They were ac
companied by Prin. Gerhard Buhler
Hi-Y advisor. Delegates from Ohio,
and West Virginia attended the con
ference which was held at the Deshler
Wallick hotel. Several interesting
speakers and profitable discussions
high-lighted the program.
this
you
Give the gift of luxury
Christmas—that’s what
give if your gift is one of these
handsome Tilt -Back Chairs.
They come in velour, tapestry
and mohair—colors wine
blue tan beige. Yes,
it’s all spring construction.
MAKE YOUR GIFT
i/Uii Qu-t 1o4f ^be‘fuiAi*neHi
Model Airplane Sets
Complete Kits—the nift
iest we’ve seen. Includes
plenty of wood pieces,
special glue, blueprints,
props, wheels.
Basinger’s Furniture Store
THURSDAY nrr 7
the madt fyJelcame Qifa, one
to^i the. choate.
£&&&&
Looking
Something
Different?
iqh
THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1944
APPPRECIATED
I wish to thank all the many friends
who visited me while
at Bluffton hospit
who sent greeting
during my illness.
Topdress
ISIS
all tl
ftective ways
•m heaving, an
help get bette
helping the wheat fi
the application will
seeding next spring,
obtained when five
manure per acre are spread thinl,
itgi
SSfe^rv-W#
room here to tell
We haven’t
you the whole story about our
new stock of lamps just in for
the holidays—but you will be
sure to find just what you want
in this complete assortment.
There are floor and stand
lamps—boudoir, bed and pin-up
Samps. Also fluorescent desk
/ataps.
4 I I
5?^:
Cuddly Stuffed
Animals
Teddy bears, large and
small, puppies and kittens
in calico and checks. For
little children or big sis-
Games of All
Kinds
Interesting and enter
taining for the whole fam
ily these long winter even
ings. See our large selec
tion.

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