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THURSDY, OCT. 18, 1945
Hear!—A United World Under Theocratic Rule
What Is The Theocratic Rule?
How Shall It Unite The World?
Attend Public Address by
F- N, BARKER
Representative of
Sunday, OctoJ]
Tow n Mall, 2nd Tfoor
Blufft
All Persons of
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within keeping
day conditions.
er Funeral Home
Licensed Funeral Director in Charge
of Stanley fa. Basinger, who i«
our country in its Armed Force*.
KENTS
Owner
Veldean Caris
Naomi Jones
Mary Schultz
Phone 23 -W
This is
(October 21-27 I
Paul Diller
FUNERAL HOME
'Pfiotit 222- W ’cMuffton
Yes, that what we said
a three way profit!
Sell us your cream—collecttiM^AAA subsidy of
17c per pound and keep youjmn milk on the farm
for feed.
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Better slMFt now on the way to bigger profits—
phone us and well pick up your
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
No fuss, no niuss—nothing to do but phone us.
We do the rest—and that includes sending you a
check for top market price.
The K & Produce Co.
Robert Murray Charles Kinsinger
Next to Town Hall Bluffton phone 492-W
OX
‘ound comfort,
in the Divine
•i fighters for
For centuries mankind has
consolation and inspiration
Word. During the war oi
civilization turned to the I oly Scriptures
for_ assurance and courage
Let us this week join the llions who will
read The Great Book, kno ring that in it
we will find The Kindly Lit it that through
the ages has guided seekerj for the Truth.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by tha/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.
A jitney supper will be served at
the Methodist church, Thursday from
5 to 7 p. m.
Geo. Moser of Warren spent week
end with his brother, Hailan Moser
and other relatives.
Mrs. Jean Murray of Findlay form
erly of Bluffton, is spending the week
here the guest of Mrs. M. M. Kibler.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rice were week
end guests of Pfc. and Mrs. Edw.
Schumacher at Camp Atterbury, Ind.
New stock of Cory and Silex coffee
maker replacement glass bowls at
Basinger’s furniture store.
Mrs. Eph Locher of Cleveland spent
the week end at the home of Mrs.
Mary Diller and Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Diller and family of Cherry street.
See me for memorials of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
A jitney supper will be served at
the Methodist ehurPh, Thursday from
5 to 7 p. m.
Miss Margaret Basinger is spend
ing the week at Bluefield, West Va.,
a guest in, the home of Lt. John B.
Nelson who recently returned from
the Aleutians.
Wayne Neuenschwander who was
employed at the Westinghouse plant
in Lima is now working with his fath
er, Frank Neuenschwander of this
place.
Noah Leichty and family formerly
of Orange township have moved
from Mountain Lake, Minn., to a farm
near Waynesfield. They arrived here
the latter part of last week.
In honor of the 70th birthday an
niversary of Mrs. N. F. Steiner, a
dinner party was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Steiner of North
Lawn avenue last Wednesday night.
Condition of Mrs. E. J. Pugh of
Arlington, a patient in Bluffton hos
pital is reported critical. Mrs. Pugh
was removed to the hospital here last
Wednesday in a serious condition.
Mrs. Alvin Augsburger and daught
er Anne of Oak Harbor are visiting
at the home of the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Benroth of North
Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Badertscher
and son Gene, Mrs. Lydia Badertscher
and Milton Badertscher visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Balmer,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Locher and
daughter Virginia of Columbus spent
the week end with Mrs. Locher’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Worthington
of South Maip street and attended the
College homecoming.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hauenstein
who lived in Columbus where he was
a student at Ohio State university
have moved to Ann Arbor, where he
is continuing his studies in music
at the University of Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Deerhake of St.
Marys and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Nique and sons of Findlay visited
Mrs. Bertha Matter and Mrs. Robert
Deerhake and son Rolland Matter,
Sunday.
Mrs. Otto Holtkamp of South Main
street and Leland Diller of Cherry
street have been called for jury ser
vice this week in the September term
of the common pleas court in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Augsburger
of Williamsport, Pa., and Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Augsburger of Ft. Wayne
spent several days the past week
with their mother, Mrs. W. C. Augs
burger who is ill at her home at
laawn and College avenues.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Derringer and
family entertained at dinner, Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Walton and son
and Mrs. Etta Wilson of Mansfield
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donley and
family of Toledo and A. J. Derringer
of Ada.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Whistler of
Oceanside, Calif., former Bluffton res
idents will leave shortly on an extend
ed trip to spend the winter in Florida.
From there they will go up the east
coast to Maine, then down the St.
Lawrence river and visit relatives and
friends in Bluffton and vicinity.
A jitney supper will he served at
the Methodist church, Thursday from
5 to 7 p. m.
Visitors at the home of Mrs. Lydia
Badertscher and Milton Badertscher,
Saturday, included Mr. and Mrs. John
Zimmerman of Belvedere, Tenn., Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Balmer, Mr. and
Mrs. John Everett of Beaverdam and
Mrs. Elizabeth McCain of Lima.
Recent callers at the E. P. Steiner
home east of town were: Stanley
Steiner, Detroit Irvin Steiner, Cald
well Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manges and
sons, Findlay Mrs. Chris. Bixel and
son Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Welty, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Eby, Chas.
Gazette and Miss Adeline Welty-of
Bluffton.
Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hahn of West Elm street, Sun
day, were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eich
elberger and family of Toledo Wm.
Hahn and daughter and Jack Strahm
of Lima Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hahn
and son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Steiner and family and Mrs. Adella
Oyer.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mrs. Marjorie Houston is spending
the week as a guest of Miss Mary
Applegate of Woodburn, Ind.
Rev. and Mrs. Gail Greed and sons
Don and Dean of Findlay were Sun
day guests at the M. S. Hixon home.
Ronnie Conaway who is attending
school at Dayton is spending a few
days at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Conaway and daughter
of West Elm street.
Mrs. Marjorie Houston and Mrs. H.
E. Augsburger spent several days
last week in Cincinnati attending the
grand chapter of the Mail Bag club.
The latter was a delegate from the
Rainbow chapter of Lima.
Diller ambualnce demovals: Donald
Badertscher from South Jackson
street to Bluffton hospital Mrs. Joe
Gerdeman from St. Rita's hospital to
her home in Beaverdam Mrs. W. E.
Coldiron and infant daughter from
Bluffton hospital to the home of Clyde
Klingler southeast of Bluffton Mrs.
N. E. Byers of Kibler street to Bluff
ton hospital and return Mrs. John
Troxel of Beaverdam to Lyle conval
escent home in Ada.
WANT-ADS
For sale4-Sweet cider, made Wed
nesday, Oci 17 and 24. Albert Augs
burger. I
Chimney sweep soot destroyer.
Buy it at Gamble Dealer.
Stove pipa. Gamble Dealer.
Wanted—lly railroad signal main
tainer house or unfurnished apart
ment. No children. Inquire Nickel
Plate Agent. I 26
Worm youn chickens the easy way.
Put Ovu-Mix|in the feed. Get it at
Jorg hatchera. tf
Wanted—Roofing, painting or car
penter work. I Phone Blue 161 or
write 309 Sowth Johnson St., Ada.
Bun Montgomery, 26
Top prices mid for old coins. Only
U. S. coins waited. Let me appraise
your collection! R. W. Benroth, 612 S.
Main st., Phonb 432-Y.
Wallpaper anil paint. Gamble dealer.
For sale—Gaargia cane molasses.
Monroe Geiger!
For sale—Kiefer pears. Aaron
Geiger.
For sale—1916 Chevrolet cab and
chassis, good cohdition and good tires.
Steiner Chevrolet Sales.
Tru-Ft hosiery 42 and 48 gauge.
Inquire 164 S. Mound St.
For sale—Baly buggy and bassi
net also girl’s jkcket size 12. Inquire
164 S. Mound SL
For sale 1936 ^Plymouth 2-door se
dan with radio and heater, good con
dition and fairljlgood tires. Inquire
146 S. Jackson .^t.
Wanted—Septic, tank, vault and
cesspool cleaning and repairing.
P. O. Box 844, Ijima, Ohio 29
For sale—Piano. M. O. Geiger,
257 S. Lawn AveJ Phone 395-W.
For sale—Threat room circulating
heater also 2 room oil burning heat
er. Clarence Aukerman, 2 miles west
of Orange Center,
For sale-—Estate fdeatrola A-l con
dition. Dennis Bratten, phone 549-G
1.
For sale—125 White Leghorn pul
lets. Mrs. O. J. Clark, 1 miles west
fo Ada cemetery. Phone 1285, Ada.
For sale—Renowi^ underfed kitch
en range. Mrs. Ira Slusser, 203
Cherry street.
For sale—Good 9 disc Empire fer
tilizer grain drill j°uble disc har
row can be used with tractor 17
spring tooth harrow, Jail in good con
dition also range caok stove cheap
if taken soon. E. P.ISteiner, east of
town.
For sale—Heating Wove like new,
priced to sell. Henri Gratz.
For sale—Vickland oats. E. J.
Bohn, Bluffton phone ®82-W.
For sale—70 Whit Rock pullets.
Cal Luginbuhl, Blufft n phone.
Sanitary automata winter hog
fountains. Bluffton Implement &
Harness Co.
For sale—Armstro ig congoleum
rug 12 by 15, never us®l. V. F. Foltz,
Nickel Plate Statioij,|fe|jprerdam.
Wanted—Low .typeHwt water ra
diator also for water fur
nace, cheap. Inqj/ire 310 E. Kibler
St. Bluffton phone 44(1-W.
For sale—Potatoes, several grades.
Archie Diller, Bluffton I phone 530
Y. 26
For sale—Potatoes also bookcase.
J. C. Deppler & Son, Bentley road, tf
For sale—Man’s chinchilla over
coat, large size, like new also Heat
rola room heater, priced for quick
sale. Call Ruth Ghaster, Mt. Cory,
Ohio. 26
Heater hose. Gamble Dealer.
For sale—Potatoes. Arthur Miller,
Bluffton phone. 32
Anti-freeze 89c gallon. Gamble
Dealer.
For sale—Potatoes. a Clarence
Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Heating stpve, A-l con
dition. Lendon Basinfeer, Bluffton
phone 629-R.
For sale—80 White Leghorn hens.
Mrs. Arthur Phillips, ijluffton phone
529-W.
Lost—Brown zipper aoin purse be
tween Bigler’s and CitJ Market con
taining over $3.50. Finder telephone
166-R. Reward.
For sale—Fall peers. Leonard
Gratz, Bluffton phone 649-Y.
For sale—2 wheel trailer. Call
Bluffton phone 229-T.
For sale—14 window sash com
plete window With frame 24 by 30
inch sash hehkcase also waa*^f"To
buy outside'tflllAL Clarence Young,
Bluffton phone 510-Y.
For sale—Sweet potatoes. Claribel
Owens, Bluffton phone 547-R.
No. 4. L. H.
«ost—Ration book
Foltz.
For sale—Child’s sr
girl’s 2-piece snow sui
tached size 3 Baby
with zipper and hod
white shoes size 6,
w suit size 2
with hood at
unting blanket
also child’s
I in fine condi­
tion. Mrs. Wm. Bad^tscher, Bluffton
phone 592-R.
For sale—Househeld goods, Satur
day, Oct. 27. Dtiaid/next week. Mrs.
Elmer Ewing.
Who WaqH Cfraidpa’s Cane? Will
sell cheap." SincJ discovering the
concentrated nouwshment in those
energy-packin’ n^lty-rich, sweet-as
a-nut Grape-Nuty, Grandpa says he
doesn’t need any pesky old cane. He
walks on his hands. Runs, too.
Mt. Cory
Gale Griffith, seaman 1/c returned
to Great Lakes Chicago after spend
ing a furlough with his family here.
Lawrence Flick, of Lima and family
of Mt. Mt. Cory, passed away Satur
day. He was buried at the Flick
cemetery near Rawson.
Nettie Pitzene, returned home after
spending two weeks in Dayton with
daughter Mrs. Tom Hall.
Ruth Ghaster and Chester Huber
called on Mr. and Mrs. Karl L.
Ghaster in Lima Tuesday
Mrs. Gale Griffith, and Nettie Pitz
ene, attended the funeral of Lawrence
Flick in Lima Monday-
Mrs. Walter McVey and son
Duayne, were brought home from the
Bluffton hospital Monday morning.
Clayton Basinger of Bluffton was
injured fn the gun plant in Lima. He
is in the Memorial hospital at Lima.
Mrs. Amos Moser, has moved into
her property in Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Merl King of Findlay
attended the Home-coming and rally
day at the Evangelical church here.
Mrs. W. B. McGeorge of Bluffton
passed away Tuesday at 5 p. m. Paul
Diller has the funeral service.
Cal Steininger of Toledo attended
the Home-coming Sunday. Many
others also were from out of town.
Clara Bauman of Findlay was an
over night guest of Willard Kramer.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones and
daughter Norma were Sunday callers
on Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. George Quimby call
ed on Ruth Ghaster, Sunday.
The Home makers class of the
Methodist church held their class
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Balister.
Guilty or not?
you
can lose your home,
your automobile, your
savings, and all that vptf
value, if you have to/meet
the verdict reacjra by a
jury for injup^s sustained
on your property.
Residence Liability In
surance will defeiw you in
such action and /pay the
damages up to th£ limit of
your insurance.
lutzi Insurant‘ Agency
Phone: 2!15-W
113 «/2 S.
iJ
Maii Street
Blufftbn
A
THEATRE
1 IV
Bluffton
thurs/frl-sat.
ABBOTT Jid COSTELLO
*n
“LOST IN A^
J4tfREM”
SUN.-MON.
INGRID BERGMAN
GARY COOPER
in
“FOR WHOM THE
BELL TOLLS”
Due to the length of this pic
ture there will be two shows
Sunday at 5 and 8 P. M. One
show Monday at 7:30 P. M.
TUES.-WED.
“LEAVE IT
TO BLONDIE”
with
PENNY SINGLETON
ARTHUR LAKE
Birthday Party
In honor of his 12th birthday an
niversary, Buddy Augsburger enter
tained a number of friends at his
home on North Lawn avenue, Sun
day afternoon. Games and contests
were diversion after which refresh
ments were served by his mother.
Many useful gifts were received.
Present were: Billie Augsburger,
Jimmie Anderson, Charles Shumak
er, Lynn Carmack, Joe Smucker,
Bruce Hauenstein, Don Trippiehorn,
Richard Patterson, Charles Bucher
and Ronnie Conaway.
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It’s
Top Coat
Weather
Alpine Fleece all
wool $22.50
Boys’ Finger-tip
length top coats
brown $20
pnr'—
and you’ll like those
smart top coats we are
showing brimming over
with style and quality.
Genuine Wollgora —100%
fine wool, mohair and al
paca ... in grey oxford
grey blue tan
brown.
$27.50 $30
STEINER & HUSER
Bluffton College
Concert Series
Season 1945-46
Four Great Concerts
1. LEOLA TURNER CONCERT COMPANY—
October 23rd, 8:30, with Joseph Kosakevitch of the
San Carlo Opera Company and Chicago Opera Trevi
san of the Chicago Opera and Rhea Shelters at the
piano. Miss Turner has a beautiful lyric voice and
rare ability to interpret her songs.'
2. FRANZ BODFORS—PIANIST January 7th,
1946. A great virtuoso playing characterized by con
tinuity of musical line and clarity of form.
3. THE GUARDSMEN—MALE QUARTET—Febru
ary 25th. One of the great male quartets on the
concert stage thUav. '1 1111 tkWfld lllJpuw^^nce of this
popular ensemble.
4. MYRON CARLISJ.E—BARITONE—April 5th. A
young singer of distinction, singing classical and light
opera roles.
All Programs in Ramseyer Chapel
Season Tickets
Adults $3.00 Students $2.00 Grade School $1.00
Single Admission
Adults $1.20 Students 90c Grade School 60c
Government tax is included in above prices
Tickets on sale at Sidney’s Drug Shop, A. Hauenstein
& Son drug store, and at Music Hall, Bluffton College.
PAGE
EYEMASTER DROPS
are helpful. They do not correct eye
strain or improper vision but EYE
MASTER DROPS are refreshing and
cleansing as a lotion, cooling and
soothing after exposure to wind, sun
or water glan ?.
A. Hauenstein & Son
The arner Drug Store
five
Eat More Potatoes
They are your cheapest food.
For sale at ftdlo*»rtfnbushel
prices at thef*p«!T^
u. s. .... $i.8o
U. S. No. i.............................75
Patch Run !...............................1.35
Get \^ur Supply Now
ARTHUR MILLER
2 miles /southwest of Bluffton
Phone 537-Y
The old song goes “When Irish
eyes are smiling” ... but with a
cooling refreshing ice cream soda,
eyes don’t have to be Irish to smile.
They DO have to be clear and spar
kling to be attractive—for which
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