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THURSDAY. JULY 26, 1945
Robert Frick Wounded
In Pacific War Area
Robert Edward Frick, Seaman
First Class, nephew of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Kimmel, of Bentley road, was
wounded in action on May 12 in the
Pacific war theatre.
£h« dteck .and
fragments, .and
lipi
he
He was struck in
left thigh by shell 1
has been hospitalized
for treatment. Helhi
service since the faBj
CARD OF THANKS
We wish td thank ’the friends and
neighbors for jheir-kradneef durjig
the illness and death of our beloyed
husband and uncief dspecraHy do we
thank Rev. Oppermann his -con
soling words and all those who as
sisted’ at the funeral And those who
sent flowers.
Mrs. Charles Kramer
Nieces, and Nephews
Protect your pul
August is the time to
to use Fowl pox vacc
New Hampshire
Monday and Thursdal
Ceiling Prices
JORG
Phone 182-W
A
Complete infor
mation about
our pricing
method pro
vided freely to
all.
Two Cars Damaged In
Main Street Accident
Cars driven by Miss Mary Welty
of Mt. Cory and Rev. John McCullen,
pastor of the St.
church at Lima were
accident when they
North Main street
^reservation that precedes
The scientific
neral ceremony
It helps bring se mliness and dignity to the service
and, as a requin
thorities in safeg u
Our officially escribed
Rose Catholic
damaged in an
sideswiped on
here Saturday
ternoo^ pqlice reported.
singer Funeral Home
Combs Licensed Funeral Director in Chnrte
absence of Stanley E. Basinger, who is
VACCI ATE NOW!
ets against winter colds. July and
io it. You must have warm weather
ne. We have it on hand now.
CHICKS
reds. White and Barred Rocks each
r.
aid for Poultry.
HATCHERY
n Important
Hygic
To-
nicl Contribution
Public ^Welfare
scientific training, wide
experience and ir iproved facilities provide benefits
that rank high an ong professional contributions to
public welfare.
Paul Diller
FUNERAL HOME
'/fonf'MW-'Muffton
Arte You
Buying A
liirm?
IT TAKES THREE
A FAR)
teady Thrift Habits.
3. A Mortgage That Is Just
Right for Your Purpose.
If you ran take care of the first two—
Why just in and see I s tb*Ut Jhe third
Bank Creditis the best Farm Credit.
The Citizens National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
No one
olij^yMg tibe a^ident the Welty
iffmnhound. c^teened across the
et and struck* a tree near the
residence of Mrs. Budd Dillman, sus
taining considerable damage. Rev.
McCullen’s car, southbound, received
.fender damages..
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Grain (bushel prices) Wheat
$1.56 corn $1.12 oats 62c soys
$2.04.
News Want-ads bring results.
ICE within keeping
■sent day conditions.
Bluffton, Ohio
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
Fly
jacks
and
a fu-
ays a highly important dual role.
health measure, it aids the au
larding community well-being.
GS TO OWN
TR1GHT
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,,
by tha^Bluffton News Publishing and hospital.
Printing Co.
—1 -...... 11 11 -J
Curtain rods at Basinger’s furni
ture store.-.
Mr.
South
week
Miss Rejean Hahn
spent the week end
grandparents, Mr. and
Hahn of West Elm street.
and Mrs. I’aul
of St. Marys.
A birthday
Ronald Hahn,
and Mrs. O. C. Hursey ofl er's furniture store.
Main street are spending the! Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Huser
at Coldw’ater Lake, Michigan.! Forest Harmon were visitors
spray, water tanks and pump I Lakeside, Sunday.
at the Bluffton Implement Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gossman
Harness Co.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Niswander
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lewis and family of N rth I Bluffton phone 317-W
Jackson street.
Miss Betty Murray
spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Thurman street.
I
Mrs. Eva Kohli spent the week|patent in Bluffton hospital
end in Oak Harbor visiting Mrs. heart
Ralph Kohli and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Gulan.
Elm street was held at the family
home, Sunday. Guests included
Miss Rejean Hahn of Findlay Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hahn and Rudy ana
Mary Margaret Steiner.
Henry and family of Covington, Ohio.I Mrs. Bess I’ieree louth of Bluffton!
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmer and! entertained at six olclock dinner last|
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Whitmer and! Wednesday- honoring her nephew, M.l
son Douglas of Cleveland are spend-1 Sgt. Edwin Cole, his wife and babvJ
several days at the home of Mr. I recently returned fiom Alaska and
Mrs. Fay Isham of Mound street. I his mother Mrs. Edna Cole of Per
Clayton Harkness of the Navy ac-| rysburg. Mrs. Pierce returned with
companied by Mrs. Harkness spent! the guests for a week end visit in
the week end here with relatives.! Perrysburg.
They- were enroute from Chicago to Mr. and' Mrs. Noah Niswander,
Washington where he is being sent Mr. and Mrs. Mqynard Niswander
for further training in the Navy’s and son Gene, Mrs. Inez Neuensch-
I
Mrs. Dora Locher entertained over! and Mrs. Calvin Stettler visited Sun
the week end her brother, Elmer! day in Findlav with Mr. and Mrs.
wJu of,St-TLouis’ a ™ece Dr’ Anna! j. C. Hochstettler and their guest
Hilty’ of Houston, Texas and Mr.l Mrs. Emma Stull of Lafayette, Ind.,
ir- Rodeheffer and family! who is quite ill at the Hochstettler
home.
dinner in honor ofl
six year old son ofl
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hahn of \v3 st |\Couple
Mrs. Emma Bonthby of South I bride" of “i’vt'' 1 ■onaldTx'^pa
Jackson street has returned from a|nf „nd Mrs. i
two weeks’ visit with her daughter, in a
Mrs. Oscar Luginbuhl and family of1
Toledo.
outing with the Luginbuhl family in
a summer cottage at nearby
Beach.
THE) BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
Byron Fritchie SM 8
Navy is spending a week’s
at his home here.
township is
Rev. and
1
of the
furlough
Orange
Bluffton
Marshall of
a patient at
Mrs. Ray
Mrs. J. A. Weed are
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00 |ence at Lakeside this week. I Mr- and Mrs. Frank Weinhold an-l
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burkholder oflnounce the coming wedding of their!
Trenton, Mich., visited Sunday with
Entered as second class matter at I Mrs. Lida Burkholder and daughters. I Ada. The ceremony wjll take place!
the pogtoffice at Bluffton, Ohio, I Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Soldner oflSaturday afternoon at 4 o”’clock at I
under the Act of March 3, 1879. I Cherry street are spending the week I the home of the bride in Bluffton. I
Bessie Arnold spent Sunday in Toledo
Miss Rita Hankish of South Main|with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sheriff.Farm
street is spending the week at Lake
Chautauqua, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Suter visited I her roommate at Bowling Green Thursday evening, Aug. 2.
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. State university, Miss Beau Opper
Irvin Amstutz and family.
Mrs. Chas. Miller who
ailment is improving
on South Main street.
home
All steel painted clothes posts—|
of Detroit! Just ---------.
her parents, I clothes lines at Basinger’s furniture I Jeane^e Murray.
Murray of I store. Friday.
I See me for memorials of all kinds,
and Peggy I Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff-
Misses Beverly Joan
Joyce Duffman are visiting at the! ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
home of their aunt, Mrs. Arthur! Lima Marble & Granite Co. U
Lewis of North Jackson strtot.
I
Miss Mary Nesbitt of St. Clairs-1 Elgin Field, Florida, after a 15 days
ville was a week end guest at the! furlough at the home of his parents,.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Millen Geiger| Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Root of Mound| bten arranged^ Altering a pattern,
of South Lawn avenue.
Mrs. Ed Bentley and son Leon ofl been ill.
Cleveland were Sunday afternoon Mrs. Thomas
callers at the Lloyd
residence on South Main street. I Ohio, returned home Monday afterL
street.
Mrs. Ella McHenry has returned
Mansfield where
two weeks with
Mrs. Gene Benroth and daughter! spending the past week with her!
Beverly of North Lawnwavenue are! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Criblez.l
spending ten days visiting the form-1 Mrs. Alfred Criblez and daughters!
er’s sister, Mrs. Karl Nagy and! Elvina and Rachel and Ida May!
family in Lyndhurst, N. J.
I -Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Murray and! Ohio, spent several days last week!
son have returned from Denver,! visiting
Colorado, where they visited Mrs.I Nichols Army hospital in Louisville,
Murray’s sisters, Mrs. Lola Hartzlerl Ky. I
and Mrs. George Moser.
I
Miss Margaret Groman of South I Beaverdam Mary Gerdeman from
Jackson street visited the past week I Cherry street, Bluffton to St. Rita’sl
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Cleon I hospital, Lima. 1
of Findlay
with her! home from
Mrs. Fred spent the past ..
daughter, Mrs. Ed Arnold who has and RosemarV Montgomery.
Taylor and children
Murrayl Adele, Alfred and Rodney of Toronto,
wander and Sidney Stettler and Mr.
Cpl. Karl Hostettler
Hostettler are spending
with his parents, Mr. and
Hostettler of East Kibler
Hostettler is on a 30 days furlough! dress of aqua crepe with harmoniz
after eight months service in Europe.I jng accessories and her flowers were11
i
guests at a
Mrs.
Mrs.
I
Married At
Minister's Home Here
—... .« i home of the officiating minister, Rev.
While there she enjoyed an v Oppermann, pastor of the He-
Gem
formed church her® last Thursday
night at 7:30 o'clock.
and
the
Mrs.
street. Cpl.
Mrs.I and Mrs. Ralph Sousley of Grovelwbich it has
week I street, the latter a sister of the Uor another
E. M.l bride. I scheduled for
and Societies
attending the annual Bible confer-11 oming Wedding I 4
I
at Lake Shipshewana, Indiana. I
Portable out-door grills—just the Alpha Gamma Club
thing for summer picnics at Basing-
daughter Betty to Howard Elzay ofl
Sonja
The Alpha Gamma club will meet! Steiner BKffftcn
at the home of Mrs. Helen Naas ofl por 8a]e_ Cotti
and|near Lima Friday night. An in-1 Remington repea
at I formal program has been arranged.! Corona portable
I I Combs.
and Orange Twp. Farm Women Wanted—Partn
Members of the Orange Township! Night Dance. Mu
Women’sclub and theirl to dance 44 sqvm
Miss Ruth Hankish of South Main Ifamilies win hold a Picnic at thel in doubt can 'st,
street has as her guest this week 12range Center Community house on| now on niaity-j
Grape-Nuts, the
with concentrate*
man of Delaware. I Attend Summer Camp I For saie—Ki
Order your Agrico for wheat fer-1 Eight members of the Girls Gold! sjze wood and
tilizer now at the Master Feed Mill.l Star 4'H club of OranKe township| condition, (all
14|are spending the week at Camp1
was «. I Ohio, near Utica in Licking
with a Attending the camp are:
at her|"dber’ *^nn Montgomery,
I Henry, Juanita Keller,
Carole Sue Gallant,
the thing for your outdoor| 1J:dith Mae Sarah w lleke and
They will return
Orange Twp. 4-H Club I night. Mrs.
The Girls Gold Star 4-H club ofl phone 385-W.
2 1 2 tf| Orange township will meet next I p)ir saje_Tw
Cpl. Brooks Root has returned to| d'uesda^ a^ township Community! sinjtr]e an(j
center. I a]so cha
Dale Spa/ of Ada I°f the summer, it being hand
y solemnized at the I som€*'y mounted and costumed and
I
I
The couple was attended by Mr.
For her wedding the bride chose a I Monday night.
His wife has been making her home| a '’corsage of frosty white gladioli week of August 6.
in Toledo during his
Mr. and Mrs. Fay
tained the following
covered dish dinner at
Mound street, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Polsen, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel I Beaverdam high school and is em-1 Andy Hochstettler Sunday in honor
Polsen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I ployed at the Triplett company plant I of the birthday of Levi Hochstettler.
Heath and three grandchildren of| in Bluffton. Other members
Lima and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 'Whit
mer and son Douglas of Cleveland. I furlough from the European war I Walter Hochstettler, Mrs.
a sence. I and baby asters.
Isham enter-1 Mrs. Sousley wore a dress of deep
I
rase and a corsage .of pink and white
Rev. and Mrs. V. C. Oppermann I theatre was graduated from Ada Augsburger and Glenn Schick,
and son Calvin are spending theirl high school and attended Ohio State
vacation at the home of Mrs. Op-1 university,
permann’s parents, Mr. and
Otto Schroer of Gamer, Iowa. Miss
Leona Schroer, a sister of
Oppermann, accompanied them to
Iowa. Miss Schroer who was employ
ed at the Triplett plant, recently! Paulding Center (£ayl) school will! Stettler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bader
her position here.
I
Reunions
Mnj., S. H. Stepleton of North! ust 5. Pres., Barnes Sec.
Lawrf avenue has returned from! Vern Dardio. 1
Peorija^ Ill., where she assisted ini Pupils and teachefs of the former!
the care of her daughter, Mrs. I La Rue school will hold a reunion at I
James-Springer who is convalescing! Lafayette park, Lafayette, Sunday,!
from an operation. Mrs. Stepleton! July 29. Basket dinner at noon.
was accompanied home by her! The 23rd annual reunion of the
granddaughter Mary Elise Springer! Rote and Zearbaugh families will be
who will spend several weeks here.I held at the Orange Center school,
also visiting their grandparents! Sunday, August 19. J) Pres., Levi
are Roberta Ann and Robert Steple-I Gable Sac., Mrs. Levi Gable.
ton of Lima.
I
The Black school of Orange town-
The following demonstrations
have I Carnahan, 225 I
Wanted—To
tinibe
finishes,| iiard maple, be
Emma Jean Miller Bias binding,! gtanduMr
Jeannine Stewart Seani
she! Jeanann Klingler Physical fitness,
her! Judith Benroth Milk drinks, Joan
Mrs. Frank Montgomery, adviser,! ^er o
has asked that all
and project books
I that meeting.
and Alfred Tavlor of Torontol sPeaker at a meeting of the! 31.., dark brow
Stitch & Stir 4-H club held in the! fejt hat all i
Pfc. Robert Crizlez at the| 1!yaverdam sch(o1 building last! fit 10 year old
Diller ambulance removals: Wil-I ^or a booth at the Delphos fair next! 453-R,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson and I ham Friedley from Bluffton hos(itall mon*b consisted of JoAnn ore,l por s.a]e—
two daughters and Miss Carolyn! to his home near Pandora Mrs. Joel danet Andrews, Marilyn and Wandal cobbler fotatcM
Romey all of Bluffton and Miss Nelle| Gerdeman from Beaverdam to Deca-| Fverett- |s miles north
Lugibill of Cleveland are spending tur, Ind. Delmar Beery, Jr from| nex^ meeting wil be at the| jjne
the week at Devils Lake. Midi. I Bluffton hospital to his home ml home °f Janet Andrews, August 1
I at n1’
I
I
Wednesday. I pre.War riding
A committee appointed to arrange! qUjre 122 Cher
Week at Lakeside I For saie_i
The following young people from! grain drillj fer
the Methodist church are attending! pj Bosse 6
the Youth Fellowship institute at I For sa|e
Lakeside this week:
I
Lois Hauenstein, Phyllis Hardwick, por sa]e_
Sara Jane Huser, Peggy Eckenweil-I Young, Rt. 1,
er, Joan and James Harmon and I por sa]e
Burl Moyer. They are accompanied I bay. Chris Gl
by Mrs. Forest Harmon and Mrs. I por 8aje pj
Harold Beals as counselors. I bolstered livin
At Toledo Zoo Opera I
Jerome Kern’s stage hit “Sally” is
the attraction for crowds at the To
ledo Zoo amphitheatre this week, the
fifth
ries.
thru
start
received augurs well
Last of the summer series will be
Sigmund Romberg’s “New Moon” the
I I
Family Gathering
I ailllly Gathering
I I
their home on baby asters. I A familv gathering was held at I grjpSt pedals. Ed Waltermin-, Gam
The bride was graduated from I the country home of Mr. and Mrs. I ble Auth. Dealer. 1
The bridegroom, home on a 30 day I birthdays the past week were Mrs.
furlough from the European war I Walter Hochstettler, Mrs. Irma
—.—~ I Ed Hochstettler and family of De-
The 18th anmiaf reunion of the! troit, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoch-
be held at the school,’ Sunday, Aug-1 tscher, sons Maynard and Gene, Miss
,1
In harvesting alfalfa seed, it is
highly important that the seed be
threshed as soon as possible after
the crop has been cut because the
pods will open and drop seed if they
become wet after having been dried.
WANT-ADS
Dog leashes.
Wanted—Child
Call Bluffton pho
For sale—
Lyman Barnes
I
“Sally” Is Attraction I
of the summer light opera se-1
tx n x- pounds.
It will continue every night!
next Sunday. Performances K'
o 4- 1 1 For
at 8 :4o o clock. a ,.x.
1 xl
Lavkova, formerly of the
v ienna ballet, appears in the leading
I role, which incidentally was written
Miss Esther Marcevle Hochstettler,I by the composer for the late Marilyn
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter I Miller, Findlay dancer, and sent her
Hochstettler of Bluffton became the I ^ar a’on8 lhe road to stardom.
ar, son! “Sally” is the most pictorial offer-
filled with arresting stage pictures.
The current attraction is the first
Kern production to be staged at the
open air summer series at the Toledo
I and tbe
Kern hit “Roberta” free estimates on (complete installa
next week beginning Pj0" or buy ,'1 J"
I
also celebrating
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Hochstettler, Mr. and Mrs. Reno
Oberly, son Wade and daughter
Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Schick
land daughter Arlene, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernice Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs.I
Frederick Reichenbach and the host!
and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Andy!
Hochstettler and family.
I
ship will hold itT 36th annual re-1
union on Thursday, August 9. Pres.,I
Mildred Klingler Sec., Fern Koch.
mble Auth. Denier.
coas h.
oes. Clarence
phone. tf
ge organ and stool,
ling .22 aal. rifle,
typewriter. G. W.
ir for Saturday
It be frisky enough
jes straight. Those
irt filling up right
ich. sweet-as-a-nnt
breakfast cereal
nourishment.
lamazoo Emperor
coal range, good
averdam phone 321.
fruit trees for fall
For sale—Star
county.I delivery. L. A
Esther! 14u Ch‘errv St
Twilal Metal dust pa
Rosemary| Gamble Auth.
See Re 11 Pot
sharpening. Soi
I am sending
Saturday. Anj
products teleph
Oberly, salesman,
sheets.
s and cookie
iealer.
e for lawn
th Mound St.
an Avon order
wanting Avon
me by Friday
mower
14
in
one
ne
red
Highest prices
ever bought.
you have for st
__ Co.
wartime activity Qbio.
be turned in at
I
bert Geiger, 442
I
For sale—C
|kerosene heat in
Stitch & Stir
Ruth Winner, Allen County Home! star theatre.
Demonstration agent was the princi-| por p.
Lost—Rubbei
mower betwee
dora. Finder
Hahn, Bluffton
box springs .me
^ne for double bed
ir. Mrs. Josephine
Lawn Ave.
buy all kinds of
•. Especially oak,
ch, ash, poplar, etc.
tow
ill
le.
that timber has
or write me
John Atha
Red
what
Lum
Ada,
18
257,
size
£6
Cherry
nservo
stove
po‘r Rale_La
ice box. Al
St.
also small
almost new.
riding boots size
riding breeches and
good condition, to
boy also lady’s tan
ireeches size 36. In
y St., Bluffton phone
-s Triumph or Irish
Joseph Habegger,
Bluffton on county
tire wheel for lawn
i Bluffton and Pan
all phone 229-T.
hoe Empire Junior
tilizer attachment. S.
les northeast of Ada.
hree pound fryers.
Bluffton phone.
•ing beans. Clarence
Bluffton phone 510-Y.
cond cutting alfalfa
itz.
ree piece leather up
room suite. Also
drapery rods with
A. Gratz, Bluffton
two pairs ne\
fixtures. C.
I
»P
phJine u
Lost
—Hub
1935 Chevrole
Harley Augsbu
Reward.
and crank from
Finder, return to
'ger, 419 R. M^jn St.
sale—I
Willa
1
lx
For,
yera 3^2 to 4*2
1 Jennings, Bluffton
sale—C
I
Rood condition.
Bluffton phone
Wanted—Hon
dog children’s
phone 203-R.
(id’s Taylor-tot, in
Mrs. Dan Alspach,
^02-W.
sj on farm for collie
pet. Call Bluffton
J’s tricycle. Inquire
ft. Phone 484-W.
For sale—Chi
140 N. Mound
BE COOL TH I Si SUMMER
BE WARM THIS WINTER
Homeguard Insolation pays for it
self in fuel saving. Beat the coal
shortage this winter Insulate your
home now. Up to 15% cooler in
P""”""
enthusiastic response
,» 33™
Ruture fuel b,lls-p| Ph™ 38!M' for
stall it yourself. El) AVALTERM I RE,
1 AUTH. GAMBLE -DEALER. 16
Roofing and siting houses and
barns. Arvin B. Scheele, 226 N.
________ Spring St. Bluffton phone 469-Y.
PAGE FIVE
Couple Is Married
At Reformed Church
Wedding of Miss Inna Badertscher,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Badertscher of Geiger street and
Ralph Augsburger, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Augsburger was
solemnized at St. John’s Reformed
church Saturday afternoon at 4
o’clock.
Rev. V. C. Oppermann, pastor of
the bride officiated using the double
ring ceremony.
Attending the bride was Miss Eve
lyn Augsburger sister of the groom.
Pfc. Maynard Badertscher of Indian
apolis, brother of the bride was best
man.
The bride, a graduate of Rawson
high school in the class of 1937 is
employed at the Minerva beauty shop
here.
Mr. Augsburger, recently dis
charged after service in the Pacific
wfti* arai with the 37th division is a
graduate of Bluffton high school in
the class of 1935. He is now em
ployed at the Triplett plant here.
The couple are occupying an apart
ment at the home of the bride’s par
ents on Geiger street.
A Better Method
YOU CANNOT deposit
your buildings, household
goods, automoMT^’or mer
chandise in the bank! But
you can protect your in
vestment in all
ables by insu
There is no saf
effective than
sued by a stn
able insurance
these valu
ing them,
guard more
i policy is
ng depend
pompany.
e Agency
lutzi Insuran
95-W
in Street
Phone: I
113’2 S. Mt
Bluff!
on
Improve /Your
Home with—
16
rs, seat covers,
Bike parts, fen,
bearings, front axles, kick stands,
bells, spokes, tires,! mirrors, handle
io summer
’ers
A northern Oliit
resort hotel olli
lent opportunity to
white persons
connection
through Labor Day.
FEMALE positions
maids, pantry, cafe
and misc. work,
ferry st
I MALE help busmen, dish
washers, porters, cook
ferry steamer.
excel
older
make
now
to
o
Good wages.
board
I
Reduces Hide Value
Side branding reduces the value
of one-half the hide when tanned into
.rather by 35 per cent.
for
for
for
and
Room
furnished.
and
Write. Give address
phone number to:
Co.
The G. A. Boeckling
Cedar Point-on-Lake Erie
Sandusky, 0.
Roofing, Spouting
Asbestos Siding,
Roll Biick and
Brick
Insul
Sid
Also see nw for Metal
Roof Painting, & Furnaces
Jacob Warkentin
Rt. 2, Columbus Grove. Ohio
Bluffton pt one 645-R
NOTICE
We will operate every Tues
day. Thursday and Friday until
further notice.! Have fruits
and vegetables for canning here
by 3 P. M., fa A time.
AMStUTZ
CANNERY
Phone 635-Yl Bluffton, O.
Bluffton
RI.-S?
iMES
DI
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ith
TIERNEY’
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-WED
with
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