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Mrs. Dwight Zimmerly and son
Ronald are visiting her sister in law
Mrs. Dale Moore and daughter Karen
in Allen Park, Mich. Mrs. Moore’s
husband is in infantry training at
Ft. McClellan, Alabama.
vosnvt aswi
Place your order
when you
the price
price is high.
to be held in
The Bethel Church of Christ
Located in Oranj Township.
Beginning Sunday ejjM
Rev. Seth
Findlay, Ohio, will be the Evangelist.
Come—Bring Your Fmends.
... ........
Farm foil
now. It’s
make youi
a cash lo
ient paym
Loans to
after harv
a little at
other reg
cost, earnii
ordinary pi
everyone hi
ample cash
Simply pho
Find out w
quick and
Offices In
Market at El
Personal Loans
$10 to $1,000
Mrs. Margaret Stanley, D. B.
Atmore of Lima and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Aukerman were dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Augsburger and sons last
Wednesday evening.
It is as easy a mutter for a family to.
'arrange for our service at a suitable
'price as it is to
requirement at a
to pay.
ih Highway
ffltMarch 11, and continuing each evening
lay, March 25—at 7:45 P. M.
Ion, of the Central Church of Christ,
Lee B. Remaley, Pastor
personal use
s and town folks all can use our
ey service to advantage right
ime to pay taxes, old bills and
spring plans. You can arrange
i at once of $500 to $800. for
Vou can then repay in conven
I nts as your income permits.
I irmers are gladly carried until
st or longer or may be repaid
a time out of milk checks or
liar income. These special
n loans to farmers are low in
a 25'1 cost-discount. Just
-sonal security, the kind ’most
is all that’s required to get
your needs.
write or stop in our office,
hout a bit of obligation how
pful City Loan service can be.
abeth Phone 73511 Lima
Purchase Financing
$10 to $10,000
rtter for a family to
elect a more usual 1
price it can afford,
A wide range of rices from which to'
i choose. Our ad vic helps prevenUex-*
travagant spendin j.
Paul Diller
First hatch off February 22
as last year.
baby chicks and get them
early broilers that bring
lay the eggs when the
A full line of remedies and supplies. Hudson, Warner,
Jamesway, Royal and Mmepmb Electric brooders—200, 300,
400, and 500 chick capacity^ priced right.
Highest prices paid for poultry and eggs.
A: ’i
of chicks same
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^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.
Just received—A shipment of
Kirsch metal curtain rods. Basinger’s
furniture store.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augsburger
and son Bud visited Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cook
at Gomer.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bame spent the
week end in Mansfield at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. C. D. Myers
and family.
Mrs. Karl Aukerman and son Jer
ry visited over the week end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Au
kerman and son.
Irvin Fisher was removed from
Bluffton hospital to the home of
Albert Kohler west of town in the
Basinger ambulance.
Mrs. omer Gratz, Jr., of Lima
and Mrs. Donivan Gratz of Bluffton
were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Gratz near Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty and
son Jerry Lynn, visited Sunday in
Berne, ind., at the home of Mr.
Hilty’s mother and other friends.
Mr. and Airs. Herman Badertscher
and daughters of Jenera visited
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lydia
Badertscher and Milton Badertscher.
Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Lehman and
son had as their guests over the
week end Mrs. Eulalia Robinson and
Mrs. R. A. Rausch of Berkley, Mich.
Ladies—Take orders for spring and
summer dresses. Earn $1.00 per hour
and up. Full or part time. Box 83,
Cincinnati 15, Ohio. 48
Mr. and Mrs. Manley Thompson
and son Brian of Toledo and Mrs.
Daniel Caresto of Buffalo were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Stratton and
daughter of Columbus Grove spent
Saturday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stratton and
Mrs. Marjorie Houston.
Mrs. Ralph Stearns of Spring
street has returned from Columbus
where she spent several days visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
David Stalter and famiy.
Mirra all purpose soapless cleaner,
cleans quickly, thoroly, easily. Rec
ommeded by Bluffton women. Ba
singer’s furniture store. tf
Mr, and Mrs. Alonzo Deerhake and
daughter Sandra of St. Marys and
Mrs. Robert Deerhake and son Don
nie of this place visited Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
G. T. Soldner spent Saturday and
Sunday in St. Louis with his daugh
ter Miss Helen Soidner, student
nurse who is taking three months
of affiliated training in the psyco
pathic ward of Bliss Memorial hospi
tal in that city.
Miss Jeanne Huber, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Buber of State
College, Pa., former Bluffton resi
dents, spent her between semester
vacation visiting at the home of her
uncle, Lt. and Mrs. C. C. Althaus
and family of Alexandria, Va.
Rex’. H. T. Unruh of Hillsboro,
Kansas, delivered the sermon Sunday
morning at the First Mennonite
church here, where he was formerly
pastor, and spent the week end visit
ing former parishioners and friends.
He came here from Chicago where
he was called to attend a church
meeting. Rev. Unruh is at present
pastor of the Mennonite church in
Diller ahbulance removals: Mrs.
Franklin Bower and infant son from
Bluffton hospital to their home near
Jenera Mrs. Robert Stark and infant
son from Bluffton hospital to their
home in Lima Mrs. John Huber from
her home in Beaverdam to Bluffton
hospital Mrs. Howard Frantz and in
fant son from Bluffton hospital to
their home west of Mt. Cory Mrs.
Paul Manquart from Bluffton hospital
to her home in New Stark Mrs. Al
bert Kempf from Bluffton hospital to
her home east of Bluffton.
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:
CANNED MILK—Book 4 red
stamps Q-5 thru Z-5 and A-2 thru
J-2 good for 10 points each.
Q-5, R-5 and S-5 expire March 31.
blue stamps X-5 thru Z-5 and A-2
thru S-2 good for 10 points each.
X-5, Y-5, Z-5 and A-2 and B-2
expire March 31.
SUGAR—Stamp 35 good for 5.
pounds thru June 2.
GASOLINE—Stamp A-14 good
for 4 gallons thru March 21.
SHOES—Airplane stamps |, 2
and 3 in Ration Book No. 3 good
Wednesday Morning
Grain (bushel prices)—Wheat $1.
68 corn $1.12 oats 80c soys $2.04.
Red Cross Canvass
In Richland Twp.
Organization for the Red Cross
canvass in Richland township has
been completed, it is announced by
Mrs. W. E. Marshall, chairman. A
total of $913 was raised last year.
Following are the districts, can
vasser and also the amounts con
tributed last year:
Beaverdam, Mrs. Arthur Pugh, $204.
Diller, Mrs. Milton Bixler, $80.
Stager, Mrs. Francis Moser, $59.
Hilty, Mrs. I. Neuenschwander, $67.
Huber, Mrs. Leah Motter, $65.
Gratz, Mrs. Walter Schaublin, $128.
Hillville, Mrs. Howard Moser, $72.
Owens, Mrs. Sarah Oates, $88.
Phjllips, Mrs. Otis Fett, $50.
Bucher, Mrs. Calvin Burkholder, $81.
Call Conservation
Advisory Meeting
Recommendations for hunting reg
ulations next fall and other conser
vation activity will be drafted at a
public hearing called by the Allen
County Conservation Advisory com
mittee on Wednesday night of next
week at Memorial hall, Lima, at
8 o’clock.
Recommendations adopted at the
meeting will be forwarded to the di
vision of Ohio Conservation and Nat
ural Resources, Columbus. Election
of officers also will take place.
The meeting is open to individuals
or groups in the county interested in
conservation including granges, farm
organizations, sportsmen’s clubs, and
Officers of the committee are:
Pres. ,Silas Diller vice pres., Wil
liam Edwards sec.-treas., Herbert
Rupright farmer representative,
Raymond Stratton, all of Bluffton,
and Don Kephart of Lima, sports
men’s representative.
Seek Female Office
Workers For War Aid
Young woman office workers are
being sought for various types of
office work at Wright Field, Dayton,
the U. S. Civil Service Commission
office for this area, Toledo, an
Experience is not necessary for
these clerical-stenographic-typing po
sitions, which pay a starting salary
of $1,7.52 a year. Applicants will be
given a 12-week training course, tui
tion free, at Tiffin University, Tiffin,
Ohio. While in training under War
Department supervision, young wom
en receive $130 a month.
Living facilities at Tiffin, under
supervision of the college, are avail
able at $2.50 per week. tAfter trans
fer to Wright Field, thi? Air Tech
nical Service Command Will .provide
modern living quarters either in Day
ton, Springfield, or at Wright Field
in new housing units.
The next Training Unit will be
admitted Monday, March 19, and the
one following that, Monday, April 2.
Reservation now open for either of
those units. All WMC regulations
must be met.
Information may be obtained by
writing the Director ATSC Training
Division, Tiffin University, Tiffin,
Troop No. 82—By Morris Grennan
Fourteen Scouts with Scoutmaster
Woodrow Little and Assistant Scout
master Gene ‘Rennoth held a swim
ming party at the Findlay Y. M. C.
A. Monday night.
Marvin Bronson, James Huber and
Addison Myers passed first-class
swimming tests at the party.
During this week, Marvin Bronson
and Ralph Duniftm will distribute
Red Cross posters in the business
district, and Roger Linden, Ralph
Dunifon, Bobby Neuenschwander and
Morris Groman will be in charge of
placing Red Cross flags in front of
the business houses on Main street
each day.
Next Monday’s meeting will be in
troop headquarters at the town hall.
In Memoriam
In loving memory of our darling
baby son and brother, William
Frederick Lehman, who passed away
one year ago March 9, 1944.
Just one year ago our darling closed
his pretty eyes
And went on a long journey to the
heavenly skies.
Altho our hearts are broken and
we miss our darling so,
We know it was God’s calling and
that he had to go.
Sadly missed by his parents
and brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Vilas Lehman
and Roger Gene.
The trustees of Richland township
will receive bids for the mowing and
care of the following cemeteries for
the year 1945:
Old Cemetery, Bluffton.
Old Cemetery, Beaverdam.
Old Mennonite Cemetery.
Gratz Cemetery.
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Bids will be, received until 8 p.-m.,
March 17, 1945 by any meobber of
the board of trustees or. the clerk.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
47 N. W. Basinger, Clerk
and Societies
Alice Freeman Club
Mrs. W. M. N iswander was hostess
to the Alice Freeman club, Wednes
day afternoon. A book review,
Katharine Cornell, was given by Mrs.
Paul Stauffer.
Travel Class
The Travel class met at the home
of Mrs. Edgar Hauenstein, Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. N. E. Byers
assistant hostess. Numbers on the
program were: Inter-American Cul
tural Relations, Mrs. Sidney Hauen
stein The Arts and Religion, Mrs.
S. K. Mosiman.
Profit and Pleasure Club
The Profit and Pleasure club will
hold a business meeting at the home
of Mrs. Rhoda Althaus on Thursday.
Mothers Study Club
The Mothers Study club met at
the home of Mrs. John Maxon, of
Kibler street Tuesday night. Mrs.
Robert Benroth had charge of the
Jitsu Tau Club
The Jitsu Tau club will meet with
Mrs. Levi Frankhauser this Wednes
day night.
Methodist W. S. C. S.
The Woman’s Society of Christian
service of the Methodist church will
meet Thursday night at 8 o’clock at
the home of Mrs. Morris Thomas,
South Main street. Assistant host
esses are Mrs. Murray Trippiehorn,
Mrs. Ward Marshall and Mrs. Pauline
Augsburger. Miss Theresa Slusser
will be program leader and devotions
will be led by Mrs. Chas. Dillman.
I/CRion Auxiliary
The Bluffton Legion Auxiliary will
meet at the Legion hall next Tuesday
night at 8 o’clock.
Masonic Meeting
Work in the E. A. degree will be
conferred on one candidate at a regu
lar meeting of Bluffton lodge No. 4.32,
F. and A. M., at 7:45 p. m. next Mon
day in the lodge hall.
Post-Nuptial Shower
Mrs. Francis C. Lugihihl, a recent
bride was honor guest at an informal
party given Friday evening by Mrs.
Melvin Long, Sr., Mrs. Melvin Long,
Jr., Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter, Mrs. J. A.
Warren and Mrs. Clyde Warren at the
Walnut Grill in Bluffton.
The bride before her marriage Jan
uary 4th was Miss Lois Long, daught
er of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long, Sr.
of Orange township.
During the evening there were var
ious contests prizes going to Miss
Dorothy Lugibihl, Mrs. Andrew Mill
er and Mrs. Harry Ewing who in turn
presented them to the honored guest.
Other features of the evening were a
mock wedding and vocal selections by
Mrs. Melvin Long, Jr.
At the close of the evening a mis
cellaneous shower was presented the
honored guest. Dainty refreshments
were served at small tables with ap
pointments in green and white.
The invited guests were:
Mesdames J. R. Fisher, Wright
Klingler, Amos Klingler, Maggie Ew
ing, Fred Marquart, Albert Marquart,
Racine Warren.
Mesdames Nelson Hiestand, Jesse
Anderson, John Anderson, Harry An
derson, Ray Marshall, Richard Caugh
man, Arthur Swank.
Mesdames Myron Trippiehorn, Dor
is Reichenbach’ Roy Marshall, Find
lay Avis Schaller, John Marquart,
Vera Sutter, Pandora Wm.-J. Lugi
bihl, Harriett Lugibihl.
Mesdames Marie Zerbe, Jennie Fish
er, Earl Rupright, Rayon Boutwell, D.
Krichbaum, Andy Miller.
Mesdames Mae Barclay, Edgar
Montgomery, Dora Montgomery, Gil
bert Montgomery, Grover Montgom
ery, Edith Powell, O. C. Hursey, Hen
ry Balmer, Lydia Ewing, Harry Ew
ing, Clara Younkman of Clyde Cliff
ord Montgomery of Ft. Recovery.
Misses Gladys Klingler, Dorothy
Klingler, GoldaWilch, Mildred Wilch,
Dorothy Long, Helen Montgomery,
Eulalia Steiner of Pandora Dorothy
Hostesses—Mesdames Melvin Long,
Sr., Melvin Long, Jr., Lloyd Van
Meter, Clyde Warren, John A. W]ar
Pictures At Lions
Club Seaman Speaks
The semi-monthly dinner meeting
of the Lions club at the Walnut grill
Tuesday night was followed by show
ing pictures by Dr. B. W. Travis,
Bluffton physician, of his travels in
various parts of this country and
views of his model railroad. Richard
Balmer SK 2/c of the Navy also
spoke on his experiences in the Pa
cific theatre of war.
Where Our Soldiers
Pvt. Clifford D. Stewart 35974593
Co. D, 48th I. R. T. C.
Camp Maxey, Texas
Pvt. Dale H. Moore 36488491
Co. C, 27th Bn.,
5th Regt., 3rd Pit.,
Ft. McClellan, Alabama
See me for memorials of ell kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Condition and
the easy way.
feed. Get it al
Clothes hampers,
to 20 garments, thn
with mirrors. Gam
ized Dealer.
See Rell Potei
sharpening. Soutl
Avon hand cr
bought in jars,
hand cream now
Mrs. Fred Hahn,
Postwar opporji
dustry, Lima, Olli
port unity to star
frm your poultry
^^Kumix in the
rg hatchery, tf
Poultry wanted
ceiling prices for
chickens, roasting
chickens and turke
A & Buyer at
Phone LAwndale 1
& will pay
'grade A frying
thickens, stewing
s. Write or call
920 Berdan Ave.
76, Toledo, Ohio.
var.lrobes hold up
e drawer dressers
le Store, Author-
for lawn mower
Main street. 49
am can now be
Order this lovely
while available.
West Elm St.
nity, essential
o. Here is an
on the grond floor
ent working
Meat mai
super market gro
M. Helper
for s
Why not stretc
by using extracte
plenty of honey
also get it at the
in Bluffton. How
south of Bluffton
rd Ricklv
n Bentley road,
for corn, oats and
hare rent. Louis
ih or
n Mound Istreet in Bluffton
chmidt. I 41
sale—House] on Kibler st n
Inquire Eugene Basinger
Philip iBasinger estate
Bluffton phone.
For sale—Heatr
tion, dining room 1 suite, wardrobe.
bookcase and buffet' Call any time
aftei* 1 p. m. at 31 I Cherry street,
For sale—4D acn 3 east of Bluff
ton with house, I arn and othei
buildings 80 acres past of Bluffton
with good house, b: rn, other build
ings and electricity also 40 acres
near Bluffton wi jiout buildings.
Mrs. H. W. Althaus Bluffton phone
For sale—B i
Stanley Bixel, 3 mill
For sale—Two ele
ting batteries, auton
decks per battery,
ity also three and 1
founts. Jesse Brae
el low popcorn.
north of town.
ric chick start
ktic coptrol, five
P0 chick capac
ke gallon water
r, South Lawn
Inch tires. Dana
For sale—Four 19
Mathewson, Riley St
Baby auto seats, I
bathinettes, high chai
carriages with rubber
Store, Authorized De
Mumper swings,
5, pre-war type
tires. Gamble
of corn. Wm.
th of Bluffton,
pups. Inin
For sale—50 shocks
Badertscher, 1 mile no
For sale Fox ‘.ter|-i
Amstutz. I» Ky
For sale—jYhn T)e
rake and cylinder ba
like new, A. C. tracto
South Bend malleable
Washington heatrola.
stein, 5 miles south
Bentley road and
For sale—15 shock
der. Clarence Ste
For sale—Large cir
Willard Frankhauser,
son St.
2. Bluffton phone 631
For* sale—Laundr
good condition. Pau
Route 69, one-half
intersection of Route
For sale—Modern
with garage on 22.3
house east of girls’
402-W or inquire at
For sale—4 New
also New Zealand ma
or 102 S. Spring S'.
For sale—March
to order fruit t) I
delivery. L. A. (1
140 Cherry St.
re hay loader,
Eikenbary on
pnile south of
17 room house
High St., first
brmitory. Phone
02 S. Spring St.
Lost—Lady’s bla I*
ing money. Findt
D. C. Bixel.
Lost—Black and
from my husbart
Reward. Mrs. Jc
Grove, or return
Lost—In front
U. B. church, a wo
er handbag conta
money, testament
Finder please ca)
Mrs. Edith Kauff|
Found—Scoop sj
have same by c^M
street and paying
PAGE rn v
Mother Of Former
Bluffton Man Dies
Funeral services were held Wed
nesday afternoon in Vaughnsville for
Mrs. R. M. Davies, 64, who died at
her home one and one-half miles
west of that place Monday night.
Mrs. Davies was the mother of
Pfc. Richard “Dick” Davies, form
erly of Bluffton, now in the south
west Pacific. He is the husband bf
the former Vernice McElroy now liv
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McElroy of South Main street.
Following the funeral services
Wednesday afternoon interment was
made in the Vaughnsville cemetery.
Besides her son who formerly lived
here, she is survived by her husband
and two other sons, one daughter, a
sister and a brother.
Ebenezer Broadcast
The Ebenezer radio program will
present a quartet in a program
broadcast from Findlay station
WFIN, Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o’clock. Members of the group are
Miss Helen Schnegg, Mrs. Paul Win
gate, Evan Sommer and Vinton Bu
cher. Willis Amstutz will be in
charge of the program.
it to yourself and
?t your hard-earned
inst the many haz
insurance is avail
little thought and
well-balanced pro
arranged to cost
tie. Witliout obliga
discuss it with you.
family to prott
possessions ag
ards for whicl
able. With a
good advice, i
gram can be
surprisingly li
tion, ask us to
lutzi Insu ance Agency
When cows do n
REX Wheat Ge)
Slow breeding cc
once when giver
the last
es for
erly, salesman,
purse contain
retum to Mrs.
gold pen, a gift
now' overseas.
n Baxter, Col.
New’s office.
of Olive Branch
lan’s black leath
ing a sum of
id other articles.
2-18 Mt. ^Cory.
vel. Owmer may
at 122 Poplar
■or this advertise-
It settle, try giving
in Oil on their feed,
w’s usually settle at
REX Oil. Results
)ney back if not
One Pint usu illy enough for 2
cows. We have REX Oil for you
now. Pints $3.50 —Quarts $6.00.
Sidney's Drug Shop
►f Bluffton on
i of
floors are costly
replaced at pres
them to exper
eelw'ooling, finish-
and cannot
ent. Trust
ienced hands
corn fod
Ulating heater,
125 S. Jack­
one-half acres
Call Pandora
sale—One and
shock corn.
enameled ranp
Ernest Freet,
Oak tan and
?, good condi
yol. Grove, Rt.
lette washer,
Sanding, s
124 Lawn A
ve„ Bluffton. Ohio
11 Bluffton
e. Phone
Bathing Beauty

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