D. W. Bixler of the commercial
department at the college returned
Monday evening from his home in
Dayton where he spent the spring
vacation. He took the county teach
ers examination at Wooster, Satur
Irvin Moser has purchased a
Kimmel Bros, will have the Devier
Stone Quarry in operation again.
Daniel Lora raised the frame of
his barn last week. Peter Moser
did the work for him.
Mrs. John Basinger bought a fine
$1200 auto last week from Columbus
Open Wednesday, Friday,
160 400.......... 1450 down
SOWS .................... 1350 down
STAGS .................. 1325 down
Choice 180 220 1550 down
SPRING LAMBS.. 1450 down
EWES .................... 650 down
Daily Market on Cattle.
Market closes at 12:3C^Pr^L
N. P. Steiner & Son
Yards phone 317-W
Home phone 18B-W
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of April 7, 1910
Chris Burkholder bought the
ry Hartman farm
acres at publi
D. M. Zimmerly has quit pumping
his oil wells on the John Welty and
the Levi Oberly farms. He is now
selling binder twine among the
Noah Messinger and sister Ella in
driving across the railroad at the
Steams and Greding elevator upset
their buggy. No one was injured
and little damage done.
A meeting will be held at the
Ebenezer church Friday to sell sheds
for rigs. Three vacant stalls will be
The Rockport Stone Company sold
out to the Bluffton Stone company.
J. Bridgeman has reopened the
Cottage Pool Room.
The Triplett Meter Company have
installed at their branch on Blanch
ard avenue an up to date and com
plete electro-plating department.
Fett’s hardware have all kinds of
garden seeds at 2 packs for a nickel!
Gabe Bartsch, John Wilson and Ed
Benroth of Lima attended the I. D.
O. F. meeting, Tuesday.
Amos A. Geiger, John Bixel, L. S.
Dukes, J. A. Sutter, Zophar Ewing,
and Mr. Molder are in Toledo in
Joseph Bogart is remodeling his
home on Riley St. He tore down
“part of the house which was the first
school house of the village, and
some of the older settlers say they
attended school there over a half
The Benroth Auto company has
closed a contract with the Roberts
Auto Company of Toledo for 15 new
Coras 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 corns
if they were sure of relief. You can
be sure with
NYAL CORN REMOVER!
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
The following regular course students, and ATSC
listed during May, June and July:
Economics and Finance
Money and Banking
Accounting & Bus. Admin.
Salesmanship and English
Public Accounting and Auditing
Aeronautics and Flying
A MKtJY DAT EMPLOYMENT RECORD
1. Mildred Watson Tiffin Art Metal Co. Tiffin
Jean Wilson Ohio Tax Division Columbus
Carol Montgomery The Lima Locomotive Works Lima
4. Donald E. Long Barrow. Made and Guthrie Cleveland
5. Robert E. Marquardt The Barefoot Sole Co. Akron
6. Muriel Cheney The Keo Motor Co. Lansing. Mich,
7. Joyce Benfer Columbus Mutual Life Ins. Co. Columbus
8. Alice Hitchcock Sears Roebuck Co. Boston. Mass.
9. Kathleen Koehler Lykens High School Bucyrus
10. Virginia Kurtz Ohio Civil Service Columbus
The following 29 were placed during the same period, in secretarial positions at
Wright Field, Dayton, to assist in typing records and performing secretarial duties in
cidental to supplying our AAF with war materials to be used in bombing Japan, and in
moving men and materials from the European to the Asiatic battle fronts:
Kathryn A. Furtaw, Evelyn M. Lett. Shirley Martin. Thais Mathias. Joan L. Phillips, Marian
Walker. Harriet Young, Adele Andary. Betty Castret, Niada Dunlap. Wanda McClure. Ethel Line
daugh. Lenore Stroman. Melba Armborst, Mary E Bowers, Barbara Bunn. Shirley Dillinger, Nereid
Oakleaf, Doris Baker, Jewel Copsey, Mary Shafratt, Zita Shafrath, Charlotte Samsel. Shirley Powell.
Marian Beckman, Frances Currie, Doris Frosch,, Dorothea Hogan, and Phyllis Hutton.
Twenty-Eighth Annual Fall Opening, Sept. 10
The following courses will be offered:
FOR MEX FOR WOMEN
Executive Secretarial, and Accounting and Business Administration graduates, (2 years) can be
placed at $1500. $1800, $2000, and $2400 as rapidly as they can qualify. One Akron industrial firm
proffered $225 per month to all senior men. class of '45, immediately on graduation.
The new approved course in Flying and Aeronautics is given in part at Tiffin Air Port, under
supervision of J. C. Harriman, Supt., under Government approved pilots, and approved planes, and
the other part at Tiffin University. Full credit given all subjects in the course in aeronautics and
flying, leading to Graduation.
Application form 1950 for released ex-service men entitled to training under the provision of the
I Bill of Rights, public law 346, available at the college office, as well as information, and free
counselling service. Physically handicapped young men and women may obtain information and
counselling service regarding Government sponsored courses, by a personal call at the college.
THE TIFFIN U. VOCATIONAL WAY LEADS TO PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT
AT EXCELLENT PAY.
Office open daily for registration. Classes starting in all courses Sept. 10. (250 ATSC and regular
students in daily attendance)
TIFFIN UNIVERSITY, TIFFIN, OHIO
The School That Qualifies for Life, and Permanent Employment.
76 page illustrated catalog supplied on request.
machines. They sold new’ cars last
week to Zophar Ew’ing, Moulder
Bros., and J. A. Sutter. Jesse Hilty
and Charles Bums purchased second
Ira Swinehart has purchased a
vacuum cleaner and is prepared to
do all kinds of house cleaning.
time to fight
Stenographic (9 Mos.)
Jr. Secretarial (12 Mos.)
Executive Secretarial (18 Mos.)
Aeronautics and Flying
The above Is Irom a sermon preached
by the Reverend John Petet Gabriel
Muhlenberg, Pennsylvania born, to his
flock at Woodstock. Va., in lilt. Pro
nouncing benediction, he threw off the
uniform, and called for recruits. Nearly
300 responded. Muhlenberg served
with distinction in the Revolutionary
employees-trainees accepted the positions
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
There’s No Place Like Home
These French prisoners of war are all smi es as they look at their home and
during a stopover on the train trip from Germany to France, botne ot tnera
haven’t seen France in five year, but this year theypW,l1 be ah e to help their
country celebrate Bastille Day (July 14, France Fourth of Jub). Altbogh
the celebration, because of food and transport shortage., will he som
toher. it will he the first Bastille Dav without German, since
time tq preach
and a time to pray,
but there is also a
Mrs. Bertha Rawli*y, Miss Grace
Price, Miss Pearl Lashley of Toledo
and Miss Ruby Lasliley and T. C.
Lashley of Custar, Chio, were Sun
day visitors in the
Mrs. Haydn Steiner.
ime of Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Suckau and
a girl’s quartet of Onlaha, Nebraska,
presented an inspiri ng program at
the Ebenezer church Sunday evening
and at St. John church Tuesday
evening. Rev. Suckati who for many
years was the paster at the First
Mennonite church at Berne, Ind., is
president of the Grac Bible Institute
at Ohama. The members of the
quartet are: Misses Lucile Geiger,
daughter of Mr. ar Mrs. Hiram
Geiger, and Treva ci ger, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Mon roe Geiger, and
Esther Penner of Salix, Iowa, and
Gladys Duerksen of
The members of the family’ of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Elias Gratz en
joyed a pot luck dinner at the home
stead with Mr. and rs. Omar Gratz
and family Sunday. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gratz,
daughter Helen and son Clair, Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Hilty Mr. and Mrs.
Wilmer Gratz and dimghter Carolyn
and son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Bridenbaugh, laughter Mary
Ann and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
You’ll find them lots of
them at Montgomery's
Shoe polish ............... 9c
Hair Bows, each .................... 10c
Bath Salts ......... */j off
Leather Belts, regular $1
value ....... 75c
Water jugs .......... 19c
Relish dishes .............. 8c
Fruit juicers & bowl set ........15c
Deep dishes ................. 15c
Set mixing bowls .................. _...24c
Cups ...... 3c
Fireking nursing bottles 7c
Fireking measuring bowls ....... 10c
Good select io«»-4
war Interior Pail
at Half Price.
Quality Drug Store
of All Kinds
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Gratz and daughter Sandra, Mrs.
Kenneth Gratz and children Linda
and Carol Ann.
Ruth Bixel left for Omaha, Neb.,
Wednesday morning. She was ac
companied by Marjorie Gratz who
spent a part of her summer vacation
in the Omar Gratz home. They are
to spend some time at Diagonal
Camp, Iowa. Miss Bixel is to assist
as an instructor at this camp prior
to taking up her duties at the Grace
Bible Institute this fall where she
has been instructor the past year.
Clyde Neiswander, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Neiswander is at home
at present. Clyde returned from
THE BIG 7 VICTORY SPECIAL!
THIS NEWSPAPER (1 YEAR] AND
SIX GREAT MAGAZINES
Farm Bureau members of Putnam
county had their annual picnic Wed
nesday at the Columbus Grove muni
cipal swimming pool.
Pvt. Harry Hauenstein is home for
a 30 day furlough with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hauenstein.
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U. S. CAMERA..............1 Yr.
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FARM JOURNAL &
FARMER’S WIFE ______1 Yr,
PRODUCER______________ I Yr.
POULTRY TRIBUNE____1 Yr.
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HOUSEHOLD MAG----------2 Yr.
PATHFINDER ______ 2C Issues
CAPPER’S FARMER____ 1 Yr.
BREEDER’S GAZETTE „..6 Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gottshall
and Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Garber of
Toledo visited relatives here over
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kohli were
Sunday dinner guests in the home of
Mrs. Mary Miller and family.
Lester Harkness, assistant cashier
at the First National bank of Pan
dora is to take up his new duties at
the Bank of Huntsville, Ohio, the
full time operation of
WAYNE’S GULF SERVICE
I am now taking over my filling station and auto
business myself and will be open full time.
Monday thru Friday 7 a. in. to 8
Saturday 8 a. in. to IO
Sunday Ip. in. to (»p. m.
We will call for and deliver cars anywhere within the Bluff
ton corporation limits. Factory workers—here’s your oppor
tunity to have your car serviced during working hours. JUST
CALL BLUFFTON PHONE 499-W—we’ll do the rest.
Guaranteed vulcanizing and sending tires in for recapping
Point by point greasing Gulf Insect Spray Gulf Livestock Spray
WAYNE’S GITJT SFit
Wayne Lugibihl/ Prop XT
Main & Washington Sts. Bluffton, Ohio
Cail Bluffton phone 499-W for quick/and reliable car servicing.
FARMER’S WIFE ....
*Check one of these in place
AMERICAN GIRL__ 1 Yr.
of True Story if you prefer!
OPEN ROAD (Boys),
(12 Issues) -..... 14 Mo.
PARENTS’ MAG. 1 Yr.
VOICE (Weekly) —1 Yr.
SCREENLAND ---------1 Yr.
SPORTS AFIELD------1 Yr.
THE WOMAN 1 Yr.
SCIENCE ILLUS.........6 Mo.
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THIS NEWSPAPER TODAY
^THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1945
first of this month. The best wishes
of all who knew Mr. Harkness go
with him to their new place of resi
Mrs. James Oberly left for Cali
fornia where she is to be with her
husband, seaman first class, who is
stationed there. Their little daugh
ter Janice Ann is staying with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reno
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Burkholder
of Columbus Grove, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Hilty and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Badertscher and family
of Smithville and Adam Amstutz
were Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Amstutz.
Any Magazine Listed and This
Newspaper, Both for Price Shown
American Fruit Grower__ $2
American Girl ................ ..
American Home, 2 Yrs....
American Poultry Journal
Aviation in Review ...........
Better Cooking & Hmkg...
Capper’s Fanner ________
Child Life ........... ................
Coronet .............. .................
Country Gentleman, 5 Yrs.
Etude Music Magazine.....
Farm Jrl. & Fanner’s Wife
Magazine Digest ............ ..
National Digest Monthly..
Nature (10 Iss., 12 Mo.)—
Open Road (12 Iss., 14 Mo.)
Outdoors (12 Iss., 14 Mo.)
Parents’ Magazine ______
Pathfinder... ........ ...............
Photoplay ............. ..............
Poultry Tribune _______
Reader’s Digest .................
Redbook ................ .............
Screenland ____ ________
Silver Screen _____ ______
Sports Afield .............. .........
The Woman —........ ...........
True Story ___ _________ 3.50
U. S. Camera__ _________ 8.15
Walt Disney’s Comics----- 3.35
Your Life „—..................... 4.00
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