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At the Stroke of 12
the midnight hour strikes—and, presto! we shed
our worried old selves and enter a new world of
light, merriment, good cheer and hope.
With firm faith in the fi*tua*we enter the
year 1946 heartened by vpwf^constant consider
ation for us, and hoi that the New Year will
be rich in good chder and blessings for you.
Sinclair Service Station
Corner Main Street and College Avenue
Rolland Koontz. Mgr*.
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Happy New Year
May the New’ Year Bells Bing Out A Wealth
of Cheer, Health, and Success to Our Many
Friends and Patrons.
BARNES GROCERY
Happy New Year
To Everybody
1945. But right
3 SP^s WQ Ms "OPQ OP’S
This year we will celebrate
New Year happy in the knowl
edge that one more year has
been added to our long record
of service to the people of
this commupity.
Tooting our own horn a bit,
you say? Well, yes, if you
insist, but we just wanted to
remind
Have a
holiday
a very
you!
The Bluffton Plumbing Co
George Rauenbuhler, Prop.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
COMMUNITY
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good time, enjoy the
to the utmost, and—
Happy New Year to
Preparations are under way
the installation of the new pipe
gan at the College Chapel.
Mrs.
Murra
Hulda
Meeting.
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NEWS OUR FATHERS READ
FROM ISSUE OF JAN. 11, 1917
Basinger of
Havdn
i calf do-
fair has been
most successful fair for many
s and the parade in the business
on was attended by one of the
est crowds in many years.
judging, Richard
Motter took first honors and Lowell
Schaeubin, second. Each boy receiv
ed a registered Duroc
herds of Amos Lugibihl
Battles respectively.
from the
and Asa
Mfg. Co.,
A new firm, the Kennel
was incorporated last week in town
for $5,000.00 The company will
manufacture a combination hay rack
and wagon bed. Incorporators are
N. W. Cunningham, Dr. S. K. Mosi
man, Thomas J. Kennel, Elmer M.
•t Win
The
iMd-
red Trible-
n*n pleasantly surprised him at his
ime on the occasion of his birthday
for
or-
the
F. D. Henry has purchased
Richland Produce Store.
Mrs. Jphn Warren received a com
plimentary letter from the state sec
retary of the Ohio Farm Women’s
club in regards to the letterhead of
the Orange Township Farm Wo
man’s Club. The letter stated the
letterhead was the most attractive of
any similiar club in the state.
Florence Bogart, Mrs. M. M.
Mrs. D. S.
Moser sang
selections at
Flick and Miss
well rendered
the Union Mis-
While working in the woods Tues
day Chris Guider was kicked by a
horse resulting in a broken bone be
low the knee. Dr. R. E. Hughson
set the fracture.
Mayor's Notice
Monthly collection of rubbish and
ashes will be made
January 2. Have
tainers and placed
for collection early
next Wednesday,
rubbish in con
etasily accessible
in the morning.
W. A. Howe, Mayor
DIXIE
mnRCflRinE
NEW AND IMPROVED
PRODUCED BY THE MAKERS OF
KINGTASTE SALAD DRESSING
& MAYONNAISE
STOCK SALES
For rent—Bulls: Shdrthom Here
ford, Angus and Brow
Moser.
Sendee bulls delivered
10c per mile one way. 1
tember 1. C. N. Long
Ada Red 1360.
For cattle dehorning
Edwards, the dehorn
Ohio. Arteries mascula
ing.
Swiss. Ira
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Fee $2 plus
Iffective Sep
i Son, phone
tf
call G. H.
T,
ed,
Crest tires. Followi
ock 475/500 19 4-j
25/550 18 525/550
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For
is ojd.
For sal- ^liicLPfis a
No dres»^L orders
'n. Eail E. Matt -!',
For
t,
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for Nickel Plate Stock
Tuesday, Friday and
week. Other days by
Closed New Year’s day
Tuesdays only. N. P.
Findlay,
no bleed
51
sizes in
ig
9/450
you
heifer
525-R.
-Jersiv-Gw
Bu
south and
well, 2 miles
of Beaver­
yards. Open
aturday each
appointment.
Veal calves
teiner & Son.
irthorn
side.
For sale—Roan SI
with second calf by
Warren, Bluffton phon
For sale—Extra got
Duroc male hog, wt.
for sen ice. Howard 1
north of Ada.
Clyde
blood
ready
miles
1 full
0 lbs.,
oser, 4
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
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Miss
and
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onds make ideal Christ
Buv now
[Washes White without Bleaching
OXYDOL
23c
24-OZ. PKG.
IVORY
SOAP
6c
MED. SIZE CAKE
SHORTENING
CRISCO
SVl'l'I.IES LIMITED
69c
LB. JAR
I
IVORY
SNOW
23
LGE. BOX
ORIGIN/L
DREFT
LARGE
PKG.
LUX
TOILET SOAP
CAKE
LIFEBUOY
TOILET SOAP
ca«7C
Instant Suds in Hardest Water
23c
12-OZ. PKG.
Doe* Everything—In your Wash
DUZ
LARGE
PKG.
Xi^C
PALMOLIVE
BATH SOAP
2
SUPER SUDS
LARGE
PKG..
Ann Page Boston Style
BEANS
9c
18-OZ. CAN
OUR OWN
,/2 LB- *11/.
|C
PKG. &
LIBBY VIENNA
SAUSAGE
12c
4-OZ. CAN
Buried Alive
In the New Hebrides, old people
are ounea aiive with their own con
1 sent, if not at their request. As
people believed that one enters the
spirit world in the state in which
he left this one, they had no desire
to become too old and decrepit.
.................. —...........................................................................................
BRAUNSCHWEIGER 38c
HONEY STYLE LOAF-60c
BOLOGNA 33c
COUNTRY STYLl
PORK SAUSAGE
DELICIOUS FLAVOR
HARD SALAMI
TENDER. JUICY
SKINLESS FRANKS
GRADE A LARGE
SUNNYBROOK EGGS
SPREAD TYPE CHEESE FOOD
CHED-O-BIT .........
MARGARINE
SI RE GOOD
MARGARINE
LARD ........................
KRAFT I’llILADELI’IIlA CREAM
CHEESE .............
CHEESE FOUb
SUNNYBRCOK EGGS
KRAFT PIMENTO CREAM
CHEESE
STEAM RENDERED
LARD ...................
U. S. NO. 1 MAINE
POTATOES
TEXAS MARSHSEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
FRESH GOLDEN CALIFORNIA
CARROTS
COOKING OR EATING
APPLES
CALIFORNIA PASCAL
CELERY
LEMONS
Medium Size
FKKKH PERSIAN
LIMES ...............
IDAHO
]9C
CAKES
POTATOES .........
LETTUCE 48 ST.......
GRANULATED BEET
SUGAR
WARRANTY WHITE MEAT
TUN
SULTANA
PEANUT BUTTER
YUKON ASSORTED
BEVERAGES
RAKER MAID SODA
CRACKERS .......
NABISCO SHREDDED
WHEAT
RICE GEMS....
Fat Afire
If fat in a fry pan, broiler, or ket-
tie bursts into flame, never pour on
water. Cover the pan with a wet
cloth to shut oif air or sprinkle with
baking soda. Dousing with water
causes fat to spatter and may
spread the fire.
There is no better Evaporated Milk!
LB.
Quality Dairy Products
WHITE HOUSE
Contain* each of the
36c
61c
1-doz.
2-lb.
71c
23c
1-lb.
18c
58c
fellc
,45c
Doz.
55c
'71,20c
lb.
18c
ewtial
COD FILLETS
PAN READY BONELESS
15-LB.
35c
doz.
Doz.
17c PEAS
,,7
CAKE DECORATION
TRIM-ETTES
SWEETHEART
TOILET SOAP I CLEANSER
20c
CAKES
CONS.
CONSIDER BAG 59c
54-64 Size
6 for 49c
80 Size
Large Stalks
MEDIUM SIZE
TANGERINES ....
ROUND AND RED
I9C
RADISHES ......
FLORIDA
i° Bag
ORANGES
53c
00 SI 3c
D'ANJOU & BOSC
PEARS ........
c.2n
________ _____________ WHITE SAIL
19c FLOUR I. ’Alli 25c SOAP FLAKES
Henkel’g Velvet Cake axd Pastry SCOTT COUNTY
12c FLOUR ............... ‘&43C SAUER KRAUT 2
BUTTER KEBNCL W. K. GOLDEN ARMOUR’S
iOc CORN ............. .TSJAc TREE!
QUAKER WHITE AAP
... Pke IOc CORN MEAL.......9c SARDINES
ROMAN
15c
Pa GAL.
[THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1945
Deferred
nutri­
ent* of fresh milk.
Fortified with vitamin the form
somhme.
Standardized, sterilized, homogenised.
Approved by the American Medical
Association's Council on Foods, No
trit ion.
POLISH SAUSAGE
WHITING FILLETS
Try These
Marvel Variety Breads
MARVEL THIN SLICED SANDWICH
BREAD 44 Stic
Marvel Hard Crunted Sour Type
RYE BREAD L*Sl3c
SPECIAL STUFFING
BREAD 3
Maintenance
A recent survey by the National
Association of Real Estate Boards
estimates a total deferred mainte
nance market approximating $30
billion. Of this, it is estimated that
$6 billion will go to the painting con
tractor, and $1.8 billion for paint.
ESTABLISHED^
WHERE ECONOMY RULES
DRESSED WHITING
SMOKED
41c
LB.
SALMON
BONELESS NO WASTE
65c 34c
heat At dan tic & Pacific
Tea Company
27c
i.b.
JANE PARKER
DROP
COOKIES
Soft, chewy, raisin
studded cookies
deliciously flavored
with molasses and
spices.
s. 19c
K
Loaves
32c
=$1.65
8 39
2
7
khs.
s
4 57c
each25c
39c
doz.
2
17c
Bunches
text
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1b.
a can 40^
.. 28
r53c
KELLOGG’S CEREALS VARIETY
17c PACKAGE ............... 22c
S. 14c
’caul
33C
12-o*.
Can
vHv
.... 0.1117
10c
GOLD MEDAL
FLOUR
31C
LB. BAG

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