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The Bluffton news. [volume] (Bluffton, Ohio) 1875-current, October 18, 1945, Image 8

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Bill Edwar
Basinger Furniture Store
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SERVICEMEN
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Men Out of 1
During Recony
We need men to e
service. For informi
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tion, write
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ITUAL
llPANY
treet
MOTORISTS
INSURANCE COi
471 East Broad
Columbus 15, I
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Save up to 20% on Feed
Cost the Ful-0-Pep Way
Hens lay lots of eggs at low cost
when you feed the Fl-O-Pep
Way. By feeding Ful-()-Pep Egg
Breeder Mash, V3 whole oats and
V3 scratch grains you may save up
to 20% on feed cost. At the same
time, thefich ced
ing goodness in
Ful-O-Ptep helps
you maintain
sound health and
maximum egg pro
duction. See us to
day for Ful-O-Pep
Egg Breeder Mash.
Hatcheries
Owner of Bluffton and Pandora
Hatcheries
Nichcl Plate
Steck Yards
Open Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday
Quotations today: /j
HOGS—
150 400 ...... ........ 1460
SOWS ...................... ........ 1350
STAGS .................... ........ 1350
CALVES—
Choice 180 220 1550 down
SPRING LAMBS .. ........ 1250
(Plus Subsidy)
EWES ...................... .... 500
BUCKS .................. 100 less
Daily Market on Cattle.
Market closes at 12:30 P. M.
N. P. Steiner & Son
Yards phone 307AV
Home phone 189-W
Bluffton, (Mi io
THE A. C. & Y.
RAILROAD NEEDS
BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS
CAR REPAIRMEN
SECTIONMEN
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS
BRIDGE AND BUILDING
CARPENTERS
Liberal railroad retirement and
unemployment benefits.
Call at the nearest A. C. & Y.
station and the agent will give
you complete information.
The Akron, Canton &
Youngstown Railroad Co.
Cpl. Marlowe Bish arrived home
last Monday, honorably discharged
after spending eighteen months over
seas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Bish. Week end visitors were
Gene Bish and Mrs. Frank Hainer of
Toledo.
Misses Mae and Edna Huber, Dor
othy, Gladys and Jean Ann Klingler
spent the week end with the Huber
Jennings family in Clyde.
A number from this neighborhool
attended rally day at the Baptist
church, Sunday.
Union prayer sendees at Bethesda
church, Thursday evening.
Mrs. Goldie Battles of Findlay
spent Monday with Mrs. M. J. Strat
ton. Callers thruout the Wfibk were
Mrs. CJa^de Christ mam Mr. and Mrs.
Berna^i Christmhh and son of Find
lay Mrs. Florence Scothom, Mrs.
Thomas Koontz, Mabel Battles, Mr.
and Mrs. Wright Klingler, daughter
Gladys and son Don, Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Clymer, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stratton, daughter Elaine, son Larry.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Pifer and dau
ghter Helen spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Riley and little son
John Philip of Fort Wayne, Ind.
Callers at the Ami Nonnamaker
home the past week were Rev. and
Mrs. Irvin Kauffman of Mt. Cory
Mrs. Albert Gossman, granddaughter
Rosalyn and Bess Arnold of Blufftno I
Chas. Nonnamaker, Marlowe Bish,
Chas. Elzay of Toledo Mrs. Chauncey
Klingler, Jack Klingler, Mrs. Harry
Moore and daughter Marilyn.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to our many
relatives, friends and neighbors for
the sympathy, kindness and thought
fulness extended to us in our loss of
Treva Schmidt also we wish to thank
the minister, Rev. E. J. Penhorwood
and those who furnished the music
also lor the floral offerings and the
services of pallbearers. To the ladies
of the Church of Christ we are deeply
grateful for their thoughtfulness in
furnishing both meals on Saturday.
Mr. Everett Schmidt & Son
Mrs. Ella McHenry
Mrs. Mildred Rusher
Mrs. Martha Arnold
Mrs. Blanche Roberts
Bluffton’s War Chest drive needs
your help.
Powered by Eithei Ga* or Electricity
THE MILLER WITH
VISIBLE VULKiKG
INDIVIDS AL COW
VACUMN CONTROL
MAXIMUM COW
COMFORT
0. C. HURl EY & SONS
John Deere
and
Phone 173-W
ality Implements
service
Bluffton
Starring JIMjtV GARRY
DURANTE^ MOORE
CBS, Coast-to-foa*t Friday Nights
ASPIRIN
Puntot
TABLETS I
No finer aipirin is made! Rex
immediately in
hence go right to
work to bring relief from sim
ple headaches, neuralgia and
other cold discomforts.... Ask
for Rexall Aspirin today.
A REXALL PRODUCT
ECONOMY SIZE^ BOTTLE
OF 100 TABLETS /I AC
ONLY
tub A, J^odgeA
and §ocietieA
October Wedding
Announcement is made* of the wed
ding of Miss Mary Leichty, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leichty of
Berne, Ind., and Emmet Augsburger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Menno Augs
burger of this place. The wedding
will take place Sunday afternoon at
2:30 o’clock in the Mennonite church
at Berne, Ind.
Poinsettia Club
The Poinsettia dub will meet at
the home of Mrs. Clarence Stonehill
this Wednesday night. The program
RUN-DOWN-AFRAID
HE WOULD LOSE JOB
“I felt all fagged out, just
dragged around, worried continu
ously about my bowels. Couldn’t
get any REAL action. My stomach
felt like it carried TEN meals in
stead of one. Usually felt blown
up with gas until I was hardly fit
to hold my job. Tried nearly
everything. Nothing spejned to
work just right, Then 1 got a
bottle of FltU-LAX. Its simple
action amazed me, and my bowels
started to function, gas pains are
pone, feel like a different person.”
If you’re constipated, don’t wait,
get PRU-LAX right now. Caution:
Use this or any laxative only as
directed. MONEY BACK if not
delighted with results. Get PRU
LAX today. .(J).
Sidney’s Drug Shop
UNOFFICIAL
QUESTIONS OR ISSUES
BALLOT
Bluffton Exempted Village School
District
Allen County
Vote Ballot with an (X)
CONTINUATION OF 3-MILL LEVY
A renewal of a tax for the!
:benefit of the Bluffton Exempt-:
led Village School District for:
the purpose of Paying Current
‘Expenses at a rate not exceed-
ing three mills for each one:
dollar of valuation, which
amounts to thirty cents for
each one hundred dollars of:
valuation, for a period of five:
years.
FOR THE TAX LEVY
AGAINST THE TAX
LEVY
Bluffton Exempted School District
ncaue Roar, Airs. Blanche Harmon
My Most Unforgettable Character.
Mrs. Edna Schultz roll call, current
events.
City Federation
The City Federation of Women’s
clubs will hold its first meeting of
the year at the High School cafeteria
next Tuesday night at 8 o’clock. The
Poinsettia club will be the hostess.
Engagement Announced
Announcement of the engagement
of Miss Ann y to Radio Techni
cian Marvin E. White, U. S. Navy,
was made at a dinner party Saturday
night the home of her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. F. B. Dilley, of Athens, d.
Miss is theigrgnddaughter of
Mrs. J. S. Btefnei, of S. Main street,
with whom she »spent a number
of summers.
The engagement was revealed by
the dinner favors, which were in the
form of small snapshots of the couple.
Miss Dilley is a senior at Ohio
university, Athens, and a member of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Her
fiance entered the service in May,
1944, after studying for three years
at Ohio university. He now is sta
tioned in the PhPippines.
Halloween Dinner
A group of little first cousins of
Mary Margaret nd Rudolph Steiner
were entertained at a Halloween din
ner party Saturday night. Present
were: Gwenn Ei Iberger of Toledo,
Paul Allen Jorg. Wilma Jean Jorge,
Ronald Hahn, Mary Margaret and
Rudolph Steiner
THIS MESSAGE
The Bluffton Telephone Co.
The Bluffton News
The Boss Manufacturing Co.
The Bluffton Milling Co.
The Bluffton Stone Co.
The Central Ohio Light and Power Co.
The Presbyterian Social club will
meet ThurMay night with Mrs.
Armin Hauenstein. Assistant hostes
ses will be Mrs. Robert Benroth,
Mrs. O. C. Hursey and Mrs. Chas.
Patterson.
Travel Class
The Travel class met at the home
of Miss Zanna Staater, Wednesday
afternoon. Numbers on the program
were: United States and the British
Empire, Mrs. Leland Diller British
and American Opinion, Mrs. A. L.
Baumgartner.
Progressive Mothers Club
Members of the Progressive
Mothers club will enjoy a theatre
party next Tuesday night. Mrs.
Treva Dillman and Mrs. Lavonne
Crawfis are in charge of arrange
ments.
Garden Club
Members of the Garden club will
enjoy a covered dish dinner at the
home of Mrs. J. S. Steiner, Friday
night at 6:15 o’clock.
Hospital Auxiliary Committees
The following committees have
been appointed by the executive
committee of the Women’s Auxiliary
of Bluffton hospital to serve for the
coming year:
House—Mrs. Edwin Niswander,
Mrs. Harvey Beidler, Mrs. Otto Ilolt
kamp, Mrs. Evan Basinger.
Ways & Means—Mrs. Hiram
Huser, Mrs. D. W. Bixler, Mrs.
Armin Hauenstein, Mrs. B. W.
Travis, Mrs. Quinten Burkholder,
Mrs. Helen Wells, Mrs. M. M. Kibler.
ODD BOYS AND GIRLS BIRST
jKe-
Renew The 3-NIill
School Levy at The
Polls on
Tuesday, Nov. 6
You have Approved This Levy for the Past 32 Years
J^eti Continue dt
RENEWAL OF THE 3-MILL LEVY
Provides 21% of all funds needed for school operation
Assures uninterrupted school services
THIS IS NOT A NEW TAX
The 3-mill levy has been continuously in effect here for
the last 32 years and does not constitute an additional
tax.
79 out of 86 exempt village schools in Ohio have a
3-mill levy.
VOTE FOR RENEWAL OF THE LEVY
Mrs. Cliff West, Mrs. C. F. Nis
wander, Mrs. Theo. Schultz, Mrs.
Bertram Swank, Mrs. Frank Wein
hold, Mrs. G. R. Bogart, Mrs. C. A.
Biery.
Donation—Mrs. Wilford Gratz,
Mrs. Ezra Moser, Mrs. John Balmer,
Mrs. N. A. Triplett, Mrs. Gilbert
Fett, Mrs. Swan Stonehill, Mrs.
SPONSORED BY
FOR SALE
i Cdufifry t’P’ick'-up Milk Route.
Good International Truck with in
sulated body.
Money making proposition for
right party.
Price $2,500.
Terms—20% cash. Balance easy
monthly payments.
Write: Box M, Care Bluffton News,
Bluffton, Ohio.
The Citizens National Bank
Steinman Brothers Lumber Co.
Bluffton Board of Public Affairs
Meadow Gold Dairy
The Page Dairy Co.
The Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.
4U.K9, all
Meter, Mrs. Cal Deppler, Mrs.
Leonard Gratz, Mrs. Waldo Hofstet
ter, Mrs. Ray Hilty, Mrs. Hiram
Kohli, Mrs. Emma Studler, Mrs.
John Kinsinger.
Support the Fourth Annual War
Chest drive.
UNOFFICIAL
QUESTIONS OR ISSUES
BALLOT
Bluffton Exempted Village School
District
Allen County
Vote Ballot with an (X)
CONTINUATION OF 3-MILL LEVY
sss A renewal of a tax for the=
—benefit of the Bluffton Exempt-=
=ed Village School District for=
==’he purpose of Paying Currentz:
—Expenses at a rate not exceed-SS
ing three mills for each one=
SSdoliar of valuation, whichzs
sssamounts to thirty cents for=
zzreach one hundred dollars of=
—valuation, for a period of five=
=years.
MM
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FOR THE TAX LEVY
AGAINST THE TAX
LEVY
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Bluffton Exempted School District

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