Tuesday, October 3C
OFC 100 TABLETS
$1.10 per gallon bulk
$6.00 for 5 gallons with
the following beginnin at 1 o’clock:
Red cow 6 yrs. old, freshen fore part
November 1 Jersey cow 6 yrs. old, fre in Nov. 1 Short
horn cow 4 yrs. old to freshen midfile of January 1
Guernsey cow to freshen in November il Guernsey heifer
1 yr. old. This is a good bunch of cows knd in good shape.
HOGS—2 Duroc gilts to farrow by dau of sale 3 Duroc
gilts 1 Duroc male hog 1 yr. old 1 young Duroc male pig
15 head of good feeding shoats. Thesq are all purebred
Church of Christ Society
Koval .Neighbor I oclge
R(,ya’ N!iuhi. d-t v i’l »-rt
Thursday night at 8 o’clock. Mrs.
Rhoda Montgomery and Mrs. Ruth
AxJJibxecht will entertain.
The Oraim wnship Farr. Wom
an’s club will hold a Halloween party
at Orange Center Community house,
The Century circle will meet with
Mrs. W. A. Howe this Wednesday
night with Miss Ocie Anderson as
sistant hostess. The following pro
gram has been arranged. The
Promised Land, Mrs. D. R. Tripple
hom My Most Unforgettable Char
acter, Mrs. C. A. Triplett.
Mrs. Don Patterson will entertain
the Alpha Gamma club, Friday
night. Program will consist of a
roundtable discussion of the topic:
Your Child and Mine. Miss Edna
Ramseyer will be leader assisted by
Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Mrs. Ralph
-EVEN A GRAPE
nico Auto Batteries
$2.75 per barrel Sj
$2.75 per barrel
See us ter No. 1 '.Fuel Oil before
you buy. Prompt Delivery.
Allen Farm Bureau Co-op. Ass’n.
103*8. Mailt St.
Phone 377-W Bluffton, Ohio
We the undersigned will offer at
farm located 6 miles north of Blufft
mile north of State Route 12 or 5 milks east of Pandora
POULTRY—Consisting of 200 double A pullets, Gasson
strain 100 double A laying yearling her s.
MACHINERY—1 McCormick grain bine er, 7 ft. cut, in
good shape 1 Deering corn binder, a dood one 1 Inter
national single riding cultivator, like new 1 5-shovel
cultivator 1 Star walking breakipg^rfow: 1 OliverjkHng
plow 1 walking cultivator 1 buggy 1 set^n heavy
team harness in good shape U lot of good lejHicr collars
1 copper kettle, 40 gal. one 5QO chick oil bjjdoder 1 butch
ering outfit consisting of lard press^^ausage grinder
kettles and hangers.
HAY AND GRAIN—25 tonsfof good mixed hay 25
bales of extra nice alfalfa ha\*,*Mfge bales 100 bu. of good
early oats 11 acres extra good standing corn 70 single
shocks of good bundled fodder.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—1 Domestic sewing machine 10
bu. of good potatoes Vo bu. of onions 1 bu. of carrots
3o qts. sweet cherries 8 qts. nice peaches: 12 qts pears
12 qts. tomatoes and many other useful articles.
1 Briggs and Stratton V H. P. motor, A No. 1 shape 1
Maytag motor, A No. 1 shape 1 white enameled kitchen
stove, 2 hole, coal or wood 1 heating stove, coal or wood
1 new electric light timing clock (never beei used) 1
radio, RCA table model.
iblic Auction on our
n on county line,
Mr. and Mrs.
JESSE E. STEINEP
Aucts.—Thrapp & Warren. Clerk—L. Shirl Hatfield
Richland Grange will enjoy a
Halloween party next Tuesday night
at 8:15 o’clock. March of ghosts
will be at 8:30 followed by unmask-
Till? T’WTWV’ vrn’(?
Mrs. Wilford Steiner is chairman
of the donation committee of the city
federation instead of Mrs. Wilford
Gratz as earlier announced, officials
of the federation stated.
consisting of game
and wiener roast.
Prices will be aw
costumed man, woman and child and
also the best couple.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farr
Woman’s club will meet with Mrs
Clyde Warren on Thursday after
noon, Nov. 1. The program follows
Bible verse Thanksgiving
Why Thanksgiving 1
Long Grace for Thi
neath the Stars and
Van Meter Music,
Alice Freeman Club
Mrs. Lenore Myers will entertain
the Alice Freeman club Thursday
night. A paper: Why we act like
we do, will be- read by Mrs. Rhea
5 Third Army
service in Italy,
thanks to our
for their many expres
thy during our deep
loss of our dear motller.
do we thank Mrs. Frank Todd for her
songs and Rev. Stanley Rupp for his
Winifred and Cecil McGeorge.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank ail the friends
and neighbors for their assistance
and sympathy extended in the death
and burial of our beloved mother and
sister, Mrs. Ella Long also Rev.
Remaley and all who assisted at the
funeral services and all those send
express our heartfelt
friends and neighbors
sions of sympa
sorrow and the
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.
In Memoriam Pleasant View
As long as life and me:
Tho time may soft
And wash away tears
It sweetens memory’s picture
Of those happy by-gone years.
Sadly missed by
Her husband, Harold Kempf
Children Susanna and »Jean
CARD OF THANKS
wish to express our sincere
and appreciation to
thanks and appreciation to our
many relatives, friends, and neigh
bors for the sympathy, kindness and
thoughtfulness extended to us in
services of pallbearers. To
ladies of the Ebenezer Mennonite
church we are deeply grateful for
loss of husband and father
we wish to thank the ministers,
those who furnished the music
for the floral offerings and the
of pallbearers. To the
Mrs. Chris Schnegg
Good Schools Make A Good Community
Just A Reminder!
When you go to the polls on November 6, think back over
the manifold benefits that Bluffton enjoys as a result
of its excellent public school system.
You will find only one answer to the question of renewing the 3-mill school levy for
another five-year period. A vote "for” the levy is a vote for continuation
of good schools and a progressive community.
Remember These Facts!
This is not a new tax. You have continuously voted it to support Bluffton schools for the last 32 years.
The 3-Mill Levy provides 21% of all funds required for school operation.
TAKE TIME TO TALK IT UP
AND VOTE FOR
RENEWAL OF THE SCHOOL LEVY
Dr. and Mrs. Milo Rice and sons
in the home of Mr.
Guy Stewart spent Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hanna
and daughters and Mrs. Lulu Hanna.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Windle and Mr.
and Mrs. Nile Newton and son Stan
ley spent Sunday with Mr. and Frank
Leidy of Van Wert.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and
little son spent the week end in De
troit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Jr. and fam
ily of Ada visited in the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wyn
Wayne Habegger, who was recently
discharged from the army is now em
ployed in Lima.
Schools To Close
Here On Friday
Public schools here will be closed
all day Friday it is announced by
Supt. Ralph Lanham to permit
teachers to attend sessions of the
Northwest Ohio Teachers association
which will hold a two-day meeting
Toledo, Friday and Saturday.
Grain (bushel prices)—Wheat $1.
70 corn $1.12 oats 63c soys $2.04,
Vote For Renewal o
The 3-Mill School/ Levy
The Bluffton School District takes pride in its excellent
record of educational accomplishments. Renewal of the
School Levy is one of the best things we can do for our
schools and for the future benefit of the community.
Take High Masonic
Degrees In Toledo
Six Bluffton men are spending
three days in Toledo attending the
fall reunion of the Scottish Rite di
vision of the Masonic order where
they are candidates for the thirty
second degree. The Bluffton group
consists of C. A. Triplett, Harold
Beals, Ralph Stearns, Charles Hilty,
George Carmack and Hiram Huser.
They left for Toledo, Tuesday morn
ing and will return Thursday night.
Open Wednesday, Friday,
150 400 ....................
Choice 1§(L^^25o 1550
The Citizens National Bank
Steinman Brothers Lumber Co.
I Bluffton Board of Public Affairs
Meadow Gold Dairy
The Page Dairy Co.
The Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.
Daily Market dn Cattle.
Market closes at 12:30 P. M.
N. P. Steiner & Son
Yards phone 307-W
Home phoAe 189-W
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