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THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1945
5Ii. mid Mrs. John Zimmerman of
Belvidere, Tenn., returned to their
home Saturday after visiting Mrs.
Lydia Badertscher and other rela
tives here.
COOL!
W. r. MRIER
Representative of Watch
Sunday, October 2
Town Hall, 2nd floor—Amer
Bluffton, Ohi
All Persons of GoocT-m
Just received a shipment of NAVY
made to government specifications
wear and tear. Per pair while they
PERMANE*
Veldean Caris, Owner
Naomi Jones
Mary Schultz
Phone 239-W
needs.
A wide
Wo AY
ANO
NIGHT
SERVICE
South Lawn avenue spent the week
end at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. H. H. Jones and family in Car
rollton.
Professional competence of high character
Complete facilities for privacy and comfort.
Unobtrusive personal attendance on family s
in keeping
conditions.
Basifffger Funeral Home
G. W. Comb« Lie. n»*d Fvneral Director in Chart*
during absence o Stanley fe. Basinger, who to
Serving our mntry in it* Armed Force*.
Will Man Succeed as a World Builder?
Let God’s Wore
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can Legion room
ill Invited
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FUNERAL HOME
'Mione 222- W-Bluffton
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.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dally visited at
the home of Miss Jane Rayl and John
Rayl, Friday.
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Geiger and fam
ily at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, Sunday.
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
Mrs. David L. Steiner and son Davy
and Mrs. E. C. Steiner of Lima visit
ed at the home of Miss Alice Ludwig
of Poplar street, Saturday.
Richard Klay of the Navy is spend
ing a thirty days’ leave at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Klay of Mound street.
Mrs. Levi Hauenstein of Bluffton
and her brother, John Miller of
Waverly, Iowa, visited relatives in
Toledo over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mefferd, south
of Bluffton spent the week end visit
ing at the home of their son, Arthur
Mefferd and family in Port Clinton.
James Herrman' of the Navy will
report for duty next Monday after
spending a thirty days’ leave with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Herr
mann of North Main street.
Cpl. Howard Marquart is spending
a 45 day furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Marquart of Or
ange township and Miss Doris Cuth
erall of Norfolk, Va.
Geo. Radebaugh of Toledo, recent
ly discharged from the Army Air
Force spent the week end with his
sister, Mrs. Albert Augsburger and
Mrs. Elmer Fett and families.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Cahill and lit
tle daughter of Cleveland, Mr. and
Mrs. Orlo Marshall of Rockport, Mrs.
Eli Hartman and Mrs. Allen McClure
were Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill of
Jefferson street.
Pvt. Marion Marquart left Friday
morning for Camp Atterbury, Ind.,
after spending a 45 day furlough with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mar
quart and family of Orange township.
From Camp Atterbury he will go to
Camp Siebert, Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rupright spent
Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
John Marquart and daughter Patty.
Their eldest son Earl Rupright, ar
rived home Saturday having been dis
charged from the Navy after 12
months overseas sendee.
Mrs. Raymond Reynolds with her
son Charles left Monday for an
extended visit with her husband’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Reynolds
of Monahans, Texas. Ttiey were ac
companied by the former’s brother,
Gerald Augsburger of Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Steiner and
sons Bobby and Billy and Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Herr and family attended
the Army Air Force fair at Wright
field in Dayton, Sunday. The fair
comprised an extensive exhibit of'
air force equipment used during the
war.
Lt. and Mrs. Richard Caris who
spent the past month here left Tues
day on a motor trip to Bradford, Va.,
where Lt. Caris who is in naval ser
vice will report for duty. They are
making the trip by way of Great
Smokies scenic route. Mrs. Caris is
the former Betty Triplett of South
Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr of Union
township entertained at dinner, Sun
day: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haas and
family and Mr. and Mrs. John Will
iams of Bellevue Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Niswander, Mr. and Mrs. Racine War
ren and Mrs. James Suter of Bluff
ton.
Mrs. J. A. Warren who underwent
an operation for goiter at Rheinfrank
hospital in Perrysburg was removed
to the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Lloyd Van Meter near Pandora
where she is spending two weeks
before going to her home in Orange
township.
Mrs. Vera Alice Diller and Mrs.
Veldean Caris spent several days
last week in Chicago visiting Rev.
and Mrs. A. C. Schultz and family,
formerly of Bluffton. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Caris’ brother,
Harvey L. Moser, Jr., and two bud
dies who returned to the naval train
ing station at Great Lakes, Ill., after
visiting here.
Edwin Niswander who underwent
surgery at Jefferson hospital in
Philadelphia, September 10 has been
brought to his home north of Bluff
ton on the county line. Following
his removal from the hospital he was
taken to the home of his daughter,
Mrs. George Klinefelter at Mechan
icsburg, Pa., where he spent two
weeks before being removed to his
home here.
In honor of his 70th birthday an
niversary the following guests were
entertained by* Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Bogart at their hbme' for dinner,
Sunday: Mrs. M. W. Baumgartner
and daughter Betty of Cleveland,
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Baumgartner
and daughter Mrs. Geo. Swank, Jr.,
of Michawaka, Ind., Lt. and Mrs.
Neil Baumgartner of Robins Field,
Ga. Miss Iona Geisel of Elyria and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Baumgartner
of this place.
THE BLUFFTON* NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mrs. Cui Balmer of South Slain
street is visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Reiss in Columbus.
Mrs. J. M. Mumma is ill at her
home on North Jackson street. Mrs.
Mumma, aged 92, is believed to be
Bluffton’s oldest resident.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Suter and
Miss Sarah Amstutz visited at the
home of Mrs. Joel Amstutz and fam
ily of Col. Grove, Sunday.
Mrs. Amos Tschiegg and Mrs.
George Reed accompanied by their
sister, Mrs. Rhodes of Tiffin left
Tuesday morning for Aitken, Minn.,
to attend the funeral services of
their sister.
Diller ambulance removals: Ar
thur Price from Lima Memorial hos
pital to his home in Rockport Mrs.
Herbert Reichenbach and infant son
from Bluffton hospital to their home
west of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach
and son Robert and Mrs. Verl Reich
enbach and children spent Sunday in
Decatur, Ind., with Mrs. Ida Stepler.
Mrs. Stepler returned home with them
to visit relatives and friends here.
A birthday dinner was given in
the home of Mrs. Maiy Young, Sun
day in honor of her son, Charles.
Present were Charles Young and
family, Clair Schoonover and fam
ily, Clarence Y'oung, LuRcna Young
and Mrs. Mary Y’oung.
Mrs. M. W. Baumgartner and
daughter Betty of Cleveland, Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Baumgartner and
daughter Mrs. Geo. Swank, Jr., of
Michawaka, Ind., and Lt. and Mrs.
Neil Baumgartner of Robins Field,
Ga., were week end guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bogart
of Cherry street.
Miss Jennie Beery, formerly cap
tain in the Army Nurse corps dur
ing the war, is visiting at the home
of hei sister, Mrs. Clayton Murray
and family of West Elm street and
other relatives and friends here. An
other sister, Mrs. Lola Hartzler of
Denver is expected here for a visit
next month and Miss Beery will ac
company Mrs. Hartzler on her re
turn to Denver.
Sgt. Norman Beidler, who has been
overseas in the European theatre of
war is enrolled in a science course at
the American university, Shrivenham,
England, it was learned the first of
the week. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Beidler of South Jack
son street. Sgt. Beidler was called
to military service after completing
his freshman year in Bluffton col
lege.
Mt. Cory
Mr. and Mrs. George Quinby, Ruth
Ghaster and Chester Huber of Bluff
ton were Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs. Della Senker the occasion being
in honor of Mrs. Spinker’s birthday.
They also called on Mrs. Claude Pel
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammill and Mrs.
Gertrude Platz.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knapp and
children of Akron were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dull Battles.
Mrs. Med Murray of Bluffton is vis
iting her daughter and family in
Springfield.
The soy beans are keeping the Mt.
Cory elevator busy these days.
Mrs. Nettie Pitzen is spending a
few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jen
nie Flick in Lima.
The Boy Scout troop of Mt. Cory
held a supper Monday evening for
their parents and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Trask have
moved into the Falk property on Main
street. Mrs. Trask was formerly La
von Falk.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Wolfrom at
tended the wedding of Robert Shultz
in Toledo, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins spent
Sunday in Lima visiting Mrs. Dorsey
Huber.
Willard Kra mer called on Mr. and
Mrs. Ami Nonnamaker and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Moore, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Whistler visited
relatives in Sidney, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl of
Bluffton are on their way to Cali
for and are stopping in Indianapolis
to visit an uncle.
The Steinman Lumber Co. is re
modeling the old Ewing building for
their offices.
East Orange
Mrs. Estes Sanders was a recent
visitor of her sister and family in
Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell, By
ron Leo Boutwell and Miss Retha
Van Atta of Findlay were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
on Boutwell and Lynn Ray and
Lonnie Sue.
The mid-week prayer meeting of
the Riley Creek Baptist church will
be held in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. V. Jones on Wednesday even
ing, Oct. 24th.
The Woman’s Missionary meeting
met in the home of Mrs. Marte
Wolfley of Bluffton last Wednesday
afternoon with 20 members and 5
guests present.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stewart and
daughter Jednnirte and Esther
Wolber spent Saturday in Columbus.
Miss Bertha Fisber, Mrs. Margaret
Boutwell, Walter Fisher and family
of Lima, Mrs. Margaret Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Heldman were Sun
day dinner guests of Mrs. Katie
Neff, Mrs. Elizabeth Geotzinger and
Mrs. Maggie Kurtz of Jenera.
Mr. and Mrs. Clapper of Mt.
Gilead spent last Thursday with
their daugh ter, Mrs. Cairl Gallant
and family.
Mrs. Will Stager and Mrs. Ed
Bowman are on the sick list. Mrs.
Kermit Boe:im remains about tfie
same.
Paper Money
All genuine United States paper
money is printed on one piece of
high quality all-rag paper.
WANT-ADS
Wanted—Why
lete’s foot, boils,
pimples, poison
worm or anyone
about V-J-O. Sii
Worm your ch
Put Ovu-Mix in
Jorg hatchery.
Wanted—Septi
cesspool cleanii
P. O. Box 844,
For sale—I
circulator. Baf
For sale—8
Gio-Boy heatr
Kalamazoo Pr
or wood. Pho
W. High St.
sets on displi
216 W. Elm
For sale—
with pad ex
Call Beaverda
ath-
worry about
burns, eczema, itch,
vy, psoriasis, ring
.vn skin disease. Ask
ney’s drug shop, tf
ckens the easy way.
the feed.
Get it at
tf
vault and
repairing.
29
tank,
and
Lima, Ohio
toes also bookcase.
Ion, Bentley road, tf
oes. Arthur Miller,
32
toes. Clarence
i phone. tf
irect hot water heater
ot water tank. C. F.
For sale—Pot?
J.' C. Deppler & I
For sale—Pota
Bluffton phone.
For sale—Pof
Steiner, Blufft
For sale—Ir
with 40 gallon
Niswander.
led coal burning heat
tiger’s Furniture store,
ece dining room suite
a Stay-Cold ice box
ice cook stove for coal
e 480-T or call at 223
hite hulless popcorn,
corn promised please
alph Reichenbach,
oms for hunters.
All who have
call for it. li
Wanted—R
restaurant.
ee
Come and
Wanted—In
45 years old
concern. Can
weekly. Opp
ment. Must
O. Box 3475.
cago.
Another sh
Joe Follas, 2
road. Bluffto
For sale—I
lent conditior
Frank B. Reit
For sale—1
Garber, 4 mil
farm east of I
Fine
29
gift
the new Avon
Mrs. Fred 1
Phone 385-W.
Hahn,
t.
ollapsible baby buggy
ellent condition $12.
n phone 343.
elligent woman 25 to
locally represent large
easily earrt $35
rtunity fp^ advance
ype.
^4n^s details. P.
wart Sta., Chi-
Mdse
pment of hog feeders,
miles south on Bentley
i phone 648-R.
bl-Gas heater in excel
used about 3 weeks,
jr, Mt. Cory. 28
eifer pears. David N.
west of Bluffton, first
Ity school.
haired part Persian
white markings. Find
phone 115-W. Liber-
Strayed—L
cat, black wit
er call Blufft
al reward.
For sale—G
14-9 months ol
ed, good blooc
started for this
manuel Boutw
Ohio. Phone
Iden retievers, 2 males
i. A. K. C. register
lines. Former male
season. Inquire Em
11 on Route 69, Ada,
5-F-2-Jenera.
eiffer pears.
St.
railroad signal
•r unfurnished
dren. Inquire
For sale—h
Geiger, S. Mair
Wanted—By
tainer house
ment. No chi
Plate Agent.
For sale—
condition. Lei
ton phone 629
For sale—S
Bluffton phone
For sale—Me
good condition,
son, Beaverdam
Wanted—To
dier overseas.
574-R.
Aaron
28
main
apart-
Nickel
28
A-l
{eating stove
don Basinger,
R.
eeping room.
477-W.
late Heatrola
Bluff­
ckn
also
Everett Rowland,
le 347.
•man’s black coat,
Size 18. Phone 413-Y,
|ium size Heatrola in
oak dresser.
Beaverdam pho
For sale—W
good condition,
Mrs. Ellen Hutchin
phone 324.
idem 8-room house
ige, corner Elm St.
For sale—M
w’ith 2-car gar
and Lawn Ave
at 114 E. Elm
If interested call
St., or phone 203-T.
ow popcorn also pie
i J. Badertscher, 1’2
^eaverdam. Bluffton
For sale—Y’el
pumpkins. Noa
miles north of
phone.
ly camera for sol
all Bluffton phone
’s one piece snow
2-piece snow suit-
For sale—Chil
suit size 2 girl
with hood attac|ed, size 3 Baby
Bunting blanket' with zipper and
hood also child’s ^white shoes size 6,
all in fine condition. Mrs. Wm. Bad
ertscher, Bluffton jbhone 592-R.
Lost—Ration bo4c No. 4. L. H.
Foltz.
Wanted—To buy Second hand stu
dio couch or day bel. Call Bluffton
phone 342-Y.
For sale—Piano,
soon. Inquire Eva
Main St.
epeap if taken
$ohli, 105’2 S.
mtn or woman
Wanted—Elderly
for odd jobs around restaurant. No
heavy lifting. Wilch Restaurant.
For sale—New’ crop Japanese hul
less popcorn, will pop in ten days.
Amos Klingler, Bluffton phone 556-Y.
For sale—Leghorn and 'White Rock
pullets. Edward Bogart, Rt. 1, Pan
dora. Phone 110-C.
For sale—200 bushels Vickland oats.
E. J. Bohn, College farm. Phone
582-W.
For sale—50 White Leghorn hens.
Lyman Barnes, Bluffton yhone.
For sale—Arvin automobile heater
also heating stove. Maynard Niswan
der, 109 N. Lawn Ave.
For sale—Keiffer pfars also Todd
check writer. D. W. Bixler.
For sale—150 nex chimney bricks.
For sale—77 acres with modern one
floor plan house, barn and other build
ing. Mrs. H. W. Althaus, Bluffton
phone 238-W.
Elrose
Mrs. Nora Fellers spent several
days last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Koontz.
Misses Gladys and Dorothy Kling
ler spent Sunday evening at the Al
bert Augsburger home with Mrs.
Josephine Reynolds and son.
Mrs. D. D. Williamson and Mrs.
Made Marshall attended services at
the Coldren Funeral home at Findlay
for Mrs. Etta Pugh of Arlington,
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Pugh was
a cousin of Mrs. Williamson and Mrs.
Emmaline Nonnamaker of this place.
Union prayer services at Olive
Branch, Thursday evening.
Honoring Sgt. Marlow Bish, a
party will be held at the Black school
house, Tuesday evening, October 30th
at 8:00. Each one is asked to come
mask and to bring sandwiches and a
covered dish.
Callers the past week in the M. J.
Stratton home were Shirley Nonna
maker of Bluffton Mrs. Arthur Non
namaker and daughter Kaye, Mrs.
Nello Steinman, Fern Koch, Mary
Koontz, Glenn Nonnamaker, Bernard
Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clym
er, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Klingler and
family and Mrs. Claude Christman,
daughters Rose and Nancy and son
Edgar and Mrs. Goldie Battles and
Mabel Battles all of Findlay Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Bell of Columbus Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fisher, Miss
June Gallant, Mrs. Nora Fellers and
James Gallant of Bucyrus were Sun
day dinner guests in the Thomas
Koontz home. Afternoon callers were
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gallant and
daughter Patricia Ann of Bucyrus.
Mr. and rs. Wright Klingler, dau
ghter Jeanann and son Don, spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Warren and family.
Mrs. Emmaline Nonnamaker is vis
iting at the Lendon Basinger home
near Bluffton.
Recent visitors in the Ami Non
namaker home were Sam Gorby, Rus
sell Elzay, Willard Kramer, Mr. and
Mrs. Chauncey Klingler, daughter
Merilyn and son Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker and son
Ralph.
Table Burn
To repair a burn on a leather table
top rub the spot lightly with very
fine emery board, polishing with
neutral shoe cream.
is
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Cost the Ful-OIPep Way
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Amstutz Hatcheries
Owner of Bluffton and Pandora
Fresh Drugs
and
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
of All Kinds
Prescriptions Care
fully Compounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
XCP mi’T*
GOLDEN
RETRIEVERS
2 males, 14—9 months
old. A. K. C. registered,
good blood lines. Former
male
season.
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