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Triplett softball team will be seek
ing its third consecutive victory of
the year in a game with Pandora
the Harmon field diamond at 7 p.
Triplett Softball Team Will
Play Pandora Here On Friday
In the opening tilt of the season
at Pandora, the Bluffton outfit came
thru with a 4 to 2 victory, and they
are hoping to repeat the success in
Improve Your
Home with—
Asbestos Siding
Roll Brick and
Insul Brick
Also see me for Roofing
Metal Roof Painting,
ing and Furnaces
Jacob Warkentin
Rt. 2, Columbus Grove, Ohio
Bluffton phone 645-R
Closing Notice
The Pine Restau
rant will be closed
all next week
Open Monday
July 9
Leland Sechler? Prop.
Dress up your porch—
this week’s assignment at home.
Following the game this Friday,
the Triplett crew will be idle until
the second week in July, because of
the annual plant vacation to be taken
during the week of July 4th.
Coach A. C. Burcky took over the
duties as manager of the team last
week, with Maynard Geiger continu
ing as president of the softball asso
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nial
Newton was taken to the Bluffton
Community hospital where
given treatment for head
he sustained when he was
from a horse.
Just the thing for outdoors this summer
Selection of bright, attractive colors ... reversible
long wearing.
Sizes—3X6 4X7 6X9 27X54.
See these rugs in our window display.
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Our Store will bo CLOSED ALL NEXT WEEK!
West Ohio Gas patrons* requiring service—
calllBluffton phone 470-T.
he was
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
and family and Mr. and Mrs. John
Schneck visited in the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Aubrey Henderson and
daughter, Irma Marie at Belleville,
John Schutz passed away after a
lingering illness, Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Schutz and family
have made their home in the Walter
Schutz residence northeast of Pan
dora. Mr. Schutz has for many
years been in Y. M. C. A. work
various cities,
discontinue this
failing health.
but was forced
work on account
Dennis Diller recent-
Mr. and Mrs.
ly received word from their son,
Howard who is in the Pacific area
that he had met Herbert Kindle and
spent some time together. Herbert
has been in that area for more than
three years.
Richard Boehr is leaving this week
for Detroit Lake, Minnesota where
he is to preach during the months
of July and August.
Frederick Reichenbach has been
honorably discharged from the army
and is again employed at the Trip
lett Meter Works where he had
worked prior to his induction.
Sgt. James Martin, nephew of Mr.
Mr. Farmer
Here’s the Fence Post you have
been looking for it’s a quality
product and priced right for
a better fence post get—
They are tough and serviceable.
These posts are made from pre
war steel—rolled from used steel
rails- After rolling and cutting,
the posts are painted with a
heavy coat of green enamel paint
and then heated thoroughly in a
baking oven.
Unico posts are available in 4,/n
6/2, and 7 foot lengths, also 7
foot Red Cedar and Red Cedar
Anchor posts.
20% Superphosphate—Car on track—$25.65 per ton.
103 South Main St.
Phone 377-W Bluffton, Ohio
and Mrs. Ezra Moser has recently
arrived from Europe at Miami, Fla.,
and expects to spend some time in
the Moser home in the near future.
Paul Augsburger, son of Elias
Augsburger has recently received an
honorable discharge from the army.
The Advisory Council met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bixel,
Monday evening.
The routine work on the farms in
this locality has again been resumed
after a lull of a good many days on
account of rainy weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Schumacher
have announced the engagement of
their daughter, Alice Marie to
Robert E. Weber of Lima. Both
were students at the Ft. Wayne
Bible Institute at Ft. Wayne the
past year.
Mrs. Solomn Welty and daughters
Mary Welty and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Probst and son and daughters
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Haas. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Welty and family were even
ing callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haas and
Mrs. Enos Walters visited in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Francis
in Detroit, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Menno Augsburger
and sons Emmet and Otis visited
friends in Berne, Sunday.
Word has been received from Miss
Mary Haas that she is now in South
America enroute home by plane.
Ed Diller recently returned from
Lake Worth, Florida, has purchased
the former Levi Grismore duplex
property in Pandora.
Walter Basinger has purchased the
former L. L. Clymer property in
Bluffton from Frank Anderson. The
residence is on South Main street.
Basinger who lives two miles south
of Pandora on the former Grismore
farm operated for many years by
John Schumacher expects to move
to Bluffton this fall.
East Orange
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Agin and son
Evan were recently visitors of Fre
man Samsal and family of near
Columbus Grove.
Orren Inbody Jr. of Ann Arbor,
Mich., is spending several weeks
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Boutwell.
Mrs. Elizabeth Geotzinger of
Jenera spent several days last week
with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Held
man and family.
Mrs. Mrgaret Boutwell of Lima
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. John Boutwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlen Gallant of
near Findlay spent Sunday after
noon in the B. J. Boutwell home.
Will and Ralph Stager, J. V.
Henderson of McComb were callers
of B. J. Boutwell the past week.
Callers in the C. E. Agin home
the past week were Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Holt and son Carl and
granddaughter of near Lima. Emma
Boutwell nd Byron Leo.
Miss Jeannine Stewart spent last
week with her brother Darrell and
family of Columbus Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boutwell of Ada
called on Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Bout
well, Thursday evening.
Callers in the C. M. Heldman
home, Sunday evening were: Mr. and
Mrs. Orlen Gallant, Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Smith and daughters of Ar
lington, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Heldman and children.
Mrs. Mary Heldman was a dinner
guest Sunday in the home of Luther
Wilson and family.
Mrs. Elizabeth Boutwell, Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and Byron Leo
called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kim
mel last Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorby of Raw
son, Mr. and Mrs. George Bame and
daughters of Jenera.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker and
son Sammy Lee spent Fathers Day
with Sam T. Gorby.
Mrs. Agnes Shroats and daughter
Susan, Mrs. Shroats,. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Warren and children spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker.
Line Wool Garments
Line the sleeves and bind the
neckline of wool garments with soft
silk. Wornout slips are fine for this
Fresh Drugs
Quality Drug Store
of All Kinds
Prescriptions Care
fully Compounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
Funeral For John
Schutz At Pandora
John Schutz, 45, of East Orange,
New Jersey, died Tuesday morning
at the home of his brother Rev.
Walter Schutz two miles northeast of
Mr. Schutz together with his wife
and two children came to Pandora
last January where they have occu
pied the home of his brother, while
the latter is abroad engaged in mis
sion work in Africa. He had been
in failing health for the past two
Funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock slow
time in Grace Mennonite church at
Pandora. Officiating will be Dr.
Willis Gelston of the Presbyterian
church of Highland Park, Mich.,
and Rev. Forrest Musser, pastor of
the Grace church. Burial will be in
the Pleasant Ridge cemetery.
Born in Pandora, September 12,
1900, the son of the late Albert and
Sarah (Bixler) Schutz, he was grad
uated from Pandora high school, Ot
terbein college and the Yale Divinity
Since his graduation from the lat
ter institution in 1926 he has been
engaged in Y. M. C. A. work, prin
cipally in East Orange where he
was associate general secretary of
that organization. He was a mem
ber of Hillside Presbyterian church
of East Orange.
Surviving are his wife the former
Virginia Wolfe to whom he was
married August 20, 1924 and two
children Barbara Ann and John
Howard Schutz both at home.
Also surviving are three brothers
Walter of West Africa Edward and
Albert Schutz of Pandora and two
sisters, Mrs. Reuben Schumacher and
Miss Elizabeth Schutz of Pandora.
The body was removed Wednesday
afternoon from the Paul Diller fun
eral home to his late home in Pan
Summer Opera Opens
At Toledo This Week
Sigmund Romberg’s tuneful light
opera “The Student Price’’, is being
presented at Toledo Zoological Park
Amphitheatre every night this week
and thru Sunday at 8:45 p. m. as the
first number in the annual summer
series of open air musical shows.
This is the sixth summer season
of light opera and musical comedy
which has attracted large audiences
thruout Northwestern Ohio. The
seven attractions being offered this
year represent the longest run of
summer open air ope»a ever offered
at the Zoo Amphitheatre.
The orchestra so important to the
enjoyment of a musical production is
under the baton of Karl Kritz, as
sistant musical director of the Metro
politan opera of New York.
Next week’s opera beginning July
2 will be Friml’s spicy comedy “Ka
tinka” followed by Victor Herbert’s
“Fortune Teller” the week of July 9
and Friml’s “The Firefly” on July 16
week. Jerome Kern’s “Sally” will be
the attraction for the week of July
23 and “Roberta” also by Kern will
be staged the week of July 20. Last
of the series will be another Rom
berg attraction, “New Moon”.
Ohio users of tobacco twine are
warned to save any extra twine left
from 1944. Manufacturers made more
twine last year than necessary to
handle the season’s crop but, in 1945,
only a minimum annual supply will be
made so there may be local shortages.
Art. Amstutz, Prop.
Dana Mathewson, Prop.
Mrs. M. J. Stratton and Mrs. J.
D. Clymer spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. Wright Klingler.
Celebrating Miss June Gallant’s
birthday the following guests were
entertained at the J. R. Fisher home
last Tuesday: James and Richard
Warren and Don Klingler.
David and Sharon Graham of
Waynsville, Ohio, are visiting at
the home of their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. D. Williamson.
Union prayer services at Bethesda
Wednesday evening, of this week.
Honoring Mrs. Herbert Cramer,
Mrs. Wm. Miller, Arthur Cook and
friend of Burgettstown, Pa., who are
visiting at the Emmaline Nonna
maker home the following enjoyed a
picnic dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Lendon Basinger, daughter Jeanette
and son Gareth, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Stauffer, Sgt. Robert Koontz,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker,
son Roderick, daughter Kaye, Mrs.
Nonnamaker and the honored guests.
Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Moore, daughter Marilyn.
Miss June Gallant is spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sunday dinner guests at the M. J.
Stratton home were: Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Christman, Beatrice Long
worth, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy
Beck of Findlay. Afternoon callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Wright Klingler
and son Don, Mrs. Bernard Stratton,
daughter Elaine and son Larry.
Mrs. Herbert Cramer, Mrs. Wm.
Miller, of Burgettstown, Pa., Mrs.
Emmeline Nonnamaker, Mrs. Lendon
Basinger and family spent Tuesday
with the A. E. Holmes family.
Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker, daughter
Kaye spent Tuesday with Mrs. Nello
Steinman and their house guest Miss
Imo Steinman of Ashville, N. C.
Callers at the Ami Nonnamaker
home were W. B. Kramer of Mt.
Cory, Chas. Hartman of North
Baltimore, Mrs. Mary Hartman, son
Clpyce of Hoytville, Mrs. Glenn Tos
sing, son Ralph of McComb, Mr. and
Mrs. C. V. Klingler and family,
Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker, daughter
Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamil
ton, daughter Betty, Chas Nonna
maker, Mrs. M. J. Stratton, Misses
Gladys, Dorothy and Jean Ann
Jeanette Basinger spent the week
end with Kaye Nonnamaker.
No One Is Hurt In
Truck-Auto Crash
Two Orange township women and
the driver of an Interstate truck es
caped injury in a collision on North
Main street Thursday night at 10:15
An automobile driven by Norma
Montgomery, eldest daughter of Ed
gar Montgomery, of Orange town
ship, and the Interstate truck figured
in the collision, which badly dam
aged both vehicles.
With Miss Montgomery was her
cousin, Ima Jean Montgomery, daugh
ter of Gilbert Montgomery, also of
Orange township. Both are em
played at The Triplett Electrical In
strument Co. here.
When the mishap occurred the
truck was southbound and the Mont
gomery car was traveling north on
Main street.
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Montgomery and daughter
were: Sam and Tom Bean of Mas
silon. Sunday dinner guests were
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Matter of
Dayton and C. E. Klingler.
Chas. Hartman of North Balti
more spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. Hartman and son
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty and
daughter Mrs. Imajean Ewing were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Young and sons.
Sue and Kay Clauss spent the
past week with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyd near Find
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grismore and
daughters spent Friday at the O. P.
Hog breeders who have used Rex
Wheat Germ Oil will tell you that sows
getting this breeding aid produce larger
litters and stronger pigs. Rex Oil will
help farrowing—help reduce pig mor
tality—and give pigs the viability to
live through. Come in and get full
details on REX Wheat Germ Oil.
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Parade and Band Concert Sponsored by the following firms:
Meat Market & Locker Service
West Elm Street
Bring Your Car Up to Standard CO., Mr. and Mrs. Millen C. Geiger
Big Pre-Rodeo Booster Parade
Horses Ridden by Expert Horsemen
Led by Rawson Band
Marching Thru the Business Section
Saturday Night, June 30
9 O’clock (Fast Time)
The Biggest, Event of Its Kind in Northwestern Ohio
Band Concerts Before and After the Parade, Main and Cherry Sts
Hartman home.
Mrs. C. E. Klingler spent the
week end with her daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Coldiron and family of Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clauss were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Turner called
at the Levi Hauenstein home, Sun
day afternoon.
Nickel Plate
Stuck Yards
Due to scarcity of hogs, we
will be open Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday. We will buy
hogs, calves, sheep and lambs
other days by appointment.
Quotations today:
160 400......... 1450 down
SOWS ..................... 1350 down
STAGS ................... 1325 down
Choice 180 240 1550 down
SPRING LAMBS .. 1400 down
EWES .................... 650 down
Market closes at 12:30 P. M.
N.P. Steiner & Son
Yards phone 307-W
Home phone 189-W
Bluffton, Ohio
Coms that ache and throb take the
pleasure out of everything we do.
No one would hesitate to spend
twenty-five cents to be rid of coms
if they were sure of relief. You can
be sure with
A few drops stop pain—a few appli
cations loosen the 'hard callouses
and they peel off and stay off. Buy
a bottle today and give your feet a
A. Hauenstein & Son
Saturday, June 30th
Boy Scout Paper Pick Up
Starting at 12:30 P.M.
Bundle and place your scrap paper, news
papers and magazines on your front porch.
Your Better Food Store
The North Main Food Store
Body & Fender Repair—Painting
127 N. Lawn Ave.

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