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THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1946
Breaking the jinx of a long seven
game losing streak, Bluffton High
eagers found their stride again
Tuesday night to drub Columbus
Grove, 48 to 25, on the local court.
In romping to an easy win, the
Pirates gained momentum as the
game progressed, racking, ^up 26
points in the last half while per
mitting their foes to score only six.
Bluffton had a 12 to 7 first-quar
ter lead, and was out in front at
halftime, 22 to 19, but from that
point the Pirates maneuvered at will
to pull away to
“The Affairs
of Sus-in”
Pirate Cagers Break Losing Streak
To Trounce Columbus Grove, 48-25
a decisive victory,
points on 20 field
free throws, the
up their highest
In scoring 48
goals and eight
Burckymen ran
score of the year. The previous
high mark was against Lima St.
Rose when Bluffton got 43 points.
Art Hilty led the scoring parade
with 19 points, made by way of
eight field goals and three charity
tosses. Moser stood next high with
13 points, and Shroeder scored 12
The Stanley E. Basinge
Fi
Bluffton, Okio
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Stre Bluffton Phone 284-W
STAR Theatre
THURSDAY
THEY’RE WONDERFUI
TOGETHER! THREI
PRIZE PERFORMANCE!
IN M-G-M’$ THRILLINC
TRUE-LIFE DRAMAI
M-G
QurVine^
SUN.-MON.
points for Columbus Grove.
All told, Coach Burcky used 13
men against the Columbus Grove
crew, with most of them seeing
tion in the runaway last half.
The box score:
Bluffton
Althaus__
Reagan
Moser ____
Lewis ____
Hilty_____
Sommers __
Howe__
Basinger
Hartman
Smucker
Kirtland
Klay __
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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JOAN FONTAIN
GEORGE BREN’
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Totals _____
Columbus Grove
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3
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0
0
1
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6
1
8
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3
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0
0
13
2
19
0
6
0
1
0
0
0
0
8
5
48
25
20
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Paul Diller
FUNERAL HOME
-Bluffton
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, BusiBaaa Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th luff
ton 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 poatoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty and fam
ily visited Sunday in Monroe and
Berne, Indiana.
Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Esau are spend
ing several days in Chicago on busi
ness.
Mrs. Charles Stratton who has been
afflicted for ten weeks with a heart
ailment remains quite ill.
Mrs. S. K. Mosiman of Grove
street is spending several weeks with
relatives in Beatrice, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell
have rented the Rev. Will Motter
farm in Orange township east of
Orange Center.
See me for memorials of ell kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diller of
Pandora visited Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorg and fam
ily of Cherry street.
Miss Dorothy Anderson of Bowling
Green State university spent the
week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Anderson of Orange
township.
Page’s milk, delivered at your door
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday also
other Page dairy products. For
service call Page Dairy, Bluffton
phone 489-W. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Badertscher
and daughter of Pandora visited Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Lydia Bad
ertscher.
Mrs. Henry Trippiehorn of Detroit
is spending several weeks with her
sister, Mrs. Caroline Matter and Mr.
and Mrs. Emil Kern. Mr. Kern is a
brother of Mrs. Trippiehorn w’ho for
merly lived here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty and
family spent Sunday with friends
in Berne, Ind.
Mrs. E. E. Firestone of Ft. Wayne
and Mrs. R. C. Motter of Dayton
spent last week with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gratz of South
Lawn avenue.
Basinger ambulance removals: Mrs.
Robert Klingler from Bluffton hospi
tal to the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Shrider of Jackson
street.
Miss Nadine Allman, student at
Otterbein college, Westerville, spent
the week end with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. V. H. Allman south of
Bluffton.
Miss Mary Applegate of Wood
burn, Ind., was a week end guest of
Mrs. Marjorie Houston in the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Stratton
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schaublin
are occupying the former Biteman
property on the Allen-Hancock coun
ty line near Bluffton which they re
cently purchased from Chas. Gazette.
Diller ambulance removals: Mrs.
Chas. Koogler and infant daughter
from Bluffton hospital to their home
in Lafayette.
Ernest Burnett of Hamilton and
Miss Sarah Amstutz, both students
at Miami university, Oxford, were
week end guests at the home of the
latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
helm Amstutz.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Alspach of Day
ton spent the week end visiting his
father, O. O. Alspach w’ho is ill and
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Alspach of North
Jackson street.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Trippiehorn
have returned from Columbia, Mo.,
where they spent several weeks at
the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Kenneth Newland and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Leiber and Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Stettler visited Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burk
holder and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nap
ier and family of Beaverdam.
1st Lt. Victor Krajci of Youngs
town was a guest in the home of
Joel Kimmel of South Main street
the past week. The two were close
friends in the Army air corps, being
stationed together for the past eight
months at bases in Texas, New
Mexico and Colorado.
William Lucas of Wheeling, W. Va.»
and Miss Mary Margaret Basinger,
students at Wooster college were
week end guests at the home of the
latter’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Evan
Basniger of Spring street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stearns and
son David and Mrs. Edith Mann visit
ed Sunday in Tiffin with Miss Mary
Stearns and at Upper Sandusky with
Mrs. Sadie Stearns and Misses Erma
and Mamie Stearns and Miss Larkie
Quaintance.
Mrs. Arthur Schyllander of Toledo
is here caring for her grandfather,
Chris Santschi of Easi Kibler street.
Mrs. Arthur Santschi who has been
here was called to Chicago because
of the illness of her husband at that
place.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rauenbuhler
are in Columbus attending the Master
Plumbers’ convention at the Deshler
Wallick hotel, from Sunday until
Thursday.^ Mrs. Rauenbuhler is a
delegate on the state board of the
Ladies Auxiliary of Master Plum
bers, having served two years repre
senting members at large.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mrs. Eli Fett is in Toledo assist
ing in the care of Mrs. Lydia Bartels
who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deerhake and
son Donnie visited Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Camp
and daughter Linda of Celina.
Dana Mathewson has gone to Ariz
ona for benefit of his health and will
remain there for an indefinite time.
Mrs. Earl McClish of Rawson is
visiting her brother, Edgar Jackson
in Belvidere, Ill., who is improving
after a serious illness of a heart ail
ment.
Mrs. Myron Elliott and daughters
Rose Mary and Bonnie Sue of Phoe
nix, Arix, Mrs. Ethel Roberts and
daughter Virginia of Los Angeles
and Mrs. Ada Roberts of Col. Grove
were dinner guests last Wednesday
evening of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Augs
burger and family. Mr. Elliott was
unable to attend as business called
him out of town
Settlement
Charles Hummon formerly of this
vicinity and for many years operated
a large farm near Leipsic will soon
hold a public sale at his place of
residence and move to a farm near
Arcadia that he purchased recently.
Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Boehr were
Wednesday supper guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loha
veitzer near Benton Ridge.
Mrs. Dean Knight of Sheridan, Ill.,
left the fore part of the week for her
home after attending the funeral of
her mother and visiting her relatives.
Howard Welty is in Memorial Hos
pital at Lima where he is under ob
servation following complete loss of
sight.
Mr. Welty in company with Mr.
Michel, his farm hand, had gone to
Florida by truck to bring a load of
fruit, and before reaching their des
tination was stricken and was then
brought back by plane.
Special services at St. John church
under the direction of Rev. Claude
Curtis of San Francisco, Calif., are
being well attended and his messages
are very inspiring.
Galen Lugibihl returned home
Tuesday with his discharge from
military service.
The funeral service for David Schu
macher were largely attended at St.
John church Sunday afternoon.
The Girl’s Missionary Society of
St. John held their regular meeting
at the home of Misses Marcele and
Esther Reichenbach, Tuesday evening.
Miss Catherine Gratz, missionary
on furlough from Africa, was the
speaker.
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph McGranahan
returned Sunday from Florida where
they spent a number of weeks.
Mary Ann Bridenbaugh w’ho is at
tending school M. Cleveland visited
with her folks at home over Sunday.
East Orange
Edward Frick of near Harrod
spent last Monday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell and child
ren.
The Women’s Missionary meeting
of the Riley Creek Baptist church
will be held in the home of Mrs.
Fred Boutwell on Wednesday Feb.
13th.
Mid-week prayer meeting will be
held in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Stager on Wednesday evening
Feb. 6th.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Potts and
daughter Rene, Mrs. Elizabeth Bout
well all of Bluffton spent Wednesday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. B.
j.
Boutwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Estes Sanders, Mr.
and Mrs. Ferd Morris and sorw»
Teddy and Joe, Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
BoutW’ell and Byron Leo, Miss Retha
Van Atta of Findlay, Mrs. Harry
Amstutz spent last Tuesday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutw-ell
and children Lynn Ray and Lonnie
Sue. Ice cream and cake were
served. The occasion being in honor
of Rayon Boutwell’s birthday an
niversary.
Lloyd Lutz of Galion formerly
teacher at the Rawson school called
on Byron Leo Boutwell last Wednes
day afternoon.
Mrs. Emma BoutW’ell called on
Mrs. Nick Mathewson, Mrs. Roscoe
Blaksley and Mrs. Doyle Rainey
who are patients at the Bluffton
hospital last Saturday.
Carl Gallant and family moved
from the Collinwood farm to the J.
Harvey Gallant farm. Bill Warren
and family moved from the William
Motter farm to the George McElroy
farm and Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel
Boutwell moved on the William Mot
ter farm.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nonnamaker
and son Jimmie of near Bluffton
spent Sunday with the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Nonna
maker and family.
Librarian Clerk
Of Library Board
Miss Ocie Anderson, librarian in
charge of Bluffton’s public library,
was named clerk of the library board
at the last meeting of that group.
The board voted a salary of $10
monthly for the position.
Miss Anderson succeeds Leland
Diller who has been clerk of the
board since it was organized twelve
years ago.
Club}, JCpdg.eS
and Societies
Engagements Announced
Announcement of the engagements
of Miss Helen Soldner and Miss Ruth
Soldner, registered nurses at Bluff
ton hospital was made at a party at
the home of the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Soldner, Tuesday
night.
The affair Tuesday night was the
quarterly social event of the hospital
nursing staff to which was invited a
number of intimate friends. Both
nurses are graduates of Bethel hos
pital at New’ton, Kansas and joined
the hospital staff here last summer.
Miss Helen Soldner is engaged to
Wayne Topham of Peabody, Kansas.
No date has been announced for the
wedding.
Miss Ruth Soldner, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. T. H. Soldner of Berne,
Ind., is the bride-elect of Elwyn
Hartzler of Mulberry, Florida, a for
mer Bluffton college student. Their
wedding will take place March 2
after which they will be engaged in
relief work in Porto Rico under the
direction of the Mennonite Central
committee.
Present Tuesday night when an
nouncement of the engagements
was made were:
Misses Ramona Reid, Dorothy Am
stutz, Alice Lewis, Rebecca Hofstet
ter, Elizabeth Zimmerly, Clara Lora,
Hilda Bixel, Lillian Reichenbach, Ja
nice Hoffman, Marie Kennel, Sylvia
Biederman, Doris Garmatter, Clorin
da Luginbuhl, Florence Grieser, Elve
na Criblez, Hulda Schifferly, Sophia
Augsburger, Ruth and Helen Sold
ner.
Mrs. Stella Huber, Mrs. Ella Dill
man, Mrs. Betty Zookson, Mrs. Jane
Crawford, Mrs. Anna Marie Gallant,
Mrs. Ellen Johnson.
Liberty Chapel Society
The Ladies Aid and Missionary
society of Liberty Chapel will meet
with Mrs. Jesse Anderson, Thursday
afternoon, Feb. 14.
Poinsettia Club
Meeting of the Poinsettia club to
have been held at the home of Mrs.
Guy Corson this Wednesday night
has been cancelled.
Wanted—
rant.
For sale—1
ladies teal bh
like new.
phone 306-R.
Svf
Travel Class
Mrs. Charles Moore of Ada will be
the speaker at the Travel class guest
night to be held at the home of Mrs.
C. A. Biery this Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. Sidney Hauenstein will »e
assistant hostess.
First Mennonite Missionary
Miss Martha Burkhalter of Berne,
Ind., will address a meeting of the
Women’s Missionary society of the
First Mennonite church, Thursday
night at 8:15 o’clock. Miss Burk
halter, missionary to India now home
on furlough expects to leave soon to
resume her work in the foreign field.
A reception following the meeting
will be held in her honor.
Richland Community Circle
The Richland Community circle
will meet Thursday afternoon, Feb.
14 at 2 o’clock with Mrs. Fanny
Gratz.
The following program has been
arranged:
Song Devotionals Roll call, prom
inent men Topics Glimpses of Abe
Lincoln’s Boyhood, This Can be
America, Lincoln’s farm days music,
Neva Follas poem, The Fruit of
Industry contest benediction.
Delta Kappa Gamma
Allen county chapter of Delta
Kappa Gamma, national society for
women teachers held its annual guest
luncheon at the Barr hotel, Lima,
Saturday.
Bluffton members attending were
Mildred Keel, Theola Steiner, Mrs.
Russell Lantz, Mrs. A. J. B. Longs
dorf, M’Della Moon and Edna
Ramseyer.
Guests of Bluffton teachers w’ere
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Ramseyer, Dr.
and Mrs. J. S. Schultz, Supt. and
Mrs. Ralph Lanham, A. J. B. Longs
dorf, Russell Lantz all of Bluffton
and James Blissell of Akron.
Friendship Circle
Friendship circle of the First Men
nonite church will meet with Miss
Vidella Herr, Monday night at 7:30
o’clock. Miss Catherine Gratz, re
turned missionary from Africa will be
the guest speaker.
Jitsu Tau Club
Mrs. Edwin Badertscher will enter
tain the Jitsu Tau club this Wednes
day night.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish hereby to express sincer
est thanks and appreciation to all who
contributed in any way to our com
fort and well being during our recent
bereavement, occasioned by the pass
ing of our father and grandfather.
Especial thanks to the minister, or
ganist, donors of floral offerings, lad
ies of the Aid and Missionary So
ciety, and also the te*ephone central
operators for very efficient service.
The Philip Pifer Family.
WANT-ADS
For sale—S
coal range, w
good conditio
N. Lawn Ave.
For sale—Lots:^^- on Harmon
road and 3 o
nard Schi 7 Bluffton phone 178-W.
gray finish, ei
Amstutz,
and mile
For sale—|
and motor oi
& Harness
young beef,
ton phone 65
For sale—’
deluxe 500
months also
timothy mixt
miles south a
dora.
furnished ap:
near Blofftoi
party.
For
Myers.
For
cleaners,
chests of dra
ished. Basing
W anted—Cl
est price. K
ton phone 492
For sale—
Hilty, Pandor
For sale—
beans and Vici
el, 3 miles nc
ntley road. Ber­
Wallpap4r\and paperhanging. Over
300 patterns!to choose from. L. R.
Bauman, 1
For sale—G
Riley St., Bluffton,
ih washer. Pine restau-
ineman’s safety belt
& winter coat, size 20,
‘raid Hilty, Bluffton
For sale—
inch wire wh
E. R. Moser,
Wanted—1(
oats. Elmer 2
653-T.
nail Globe wood and
lite porecelain enamel,
Francis Devier, 202
Bluffton phone 417-T.
low Boy heating stove,
cellent condition. Kent
ile west of Beaverdam
»rth.
)eLaval separator oil
For sale—
Bluffton Implement
ront axel for car, 19
•1 Chevrolet wheel fits.
Jluffton phone 635-R.
bushels good heavy
nderson, Bluffton phone
Wanted to
Wo front quarters of
Ulmer Anderson, Bluff
-T.
Varner electric brooder
?hick size used two
500 bales clover and
hay. C. C. Herr, 2
id mile east of Pan-
rent—Furnished or un
rtment or house in or
by reliable
Jluffton phone
Heavy oats.
Call
sale­
For sale—1
wood Sellers
size like new
miles south oi
sale—
imi
Lost—Greei
money. Call
Reward.
For rent—
Main St.
Wanted—U
heater, 30 gal
berlain, Blufft
Does your
Let Gamble’s
costs to insi
best of mater
you to loca
Gamble Store
Bluffton
556-T.
George
vacuum
Jew and used
lediate delivery also
vers, finished or unfin
»r’s furniture store,
ickens. We pay high
i Produce Co., Bluff
W.
ice lard. Mrs. Aldo
i phone 33-D.
Certified Lincoln soy
land oats. Stanley Bix
rth of town.
lajestic range, coal or
kitchen cabinet, large
L. C. Hauenstein, 5
Bentley road.
felt purse containing
phone 440-W.
For sale—11Bluffton
tied. Harry Kauenstein,
southwest of 1'
62-L.
loom. Inquire 151 S.
For sale—V
heater. See
Mound St.
For sale—T
Pore 12 mile
Hancock Cou
will sell at Fi
February 23
Atty., Findlay-
Strayed—Las
Rex, police dot
Wilch, tag No.
ing whereabout
phone 274-R.
Rex. If any pe i
dog being killed
call me so I wil
of my dog. Th
Wanted—To rei
furnished house
and Mrs. Kennet
months old son.
hot water
Ed Cham-
electric
For sale—2
consisting of
street and lot
good barn,
ton phone 45S
is or less.
phone.
use need
tow you how little it
te. New equipment,
s used. Let us refer
insulation
customers.
(satisfied
Dealer.
led clover hay, wire
P-s miles
indora. Pandora phone
building lots close in
vacant lot on Cherry
on Vance/ Btre
heresa Slli^ed
Wanted—To
ning water,
tions, lifelonj
Need this as i
garden if poss
phone 271.
I with
Bluff-
R-
fk*coal
ood yrr water
write Rell Potee, S.
settle estate of Louis
north of New’ Stark,
ity, Ohio, Rt. 30-N,
idlay courthouse door,
sh. Fred L. Eberhart,
Ohio. 44
rent house with run
lest of recoinmenda-
Bluffton resident,
oon as possible with
ble. Call Beaverdam
45
Wanted—1936
car. Clair Habe
of Bluffton on Co
Thursday morning,
belonging to Robert
2491. Anyone know-
of him call Bluffton
eward for return of
See me for pro
service of all kin
W. Kibler St.
on knowing of my
destroyed, please
know what became
ks. Robert Wilch.
o 1940 model useo
ger, 3 miles west
Worm y-our chic
Put Ovu-Mix in
Jorg hatchery.
Grove road 545-Y.
furnished or un
apartment. Mr.
Luginbuhl and 9
uffton phone 629-T.
npt shoe repairing
is. Ed Smith, 199
42
9 room house in
old and soft water,
Jodeled, double lot,
ots, $3,000. One
e easy terms. J.
For sale—Good
Rawson, hot and
bathroom just rei
good location, 2
third cash, balan
A. Diller, Bluffto:
tens the easy- way.
e feed. Get it at
tf
eef butchering on
|ind Moser, Bluff
42
ipring steel slats,
h. Guaranteed,
measurements.
Wanted—To do
your farm. Rayn
ton phone.
Venetian blinds—V
Baked enamel fin
Custom made to yo
Factory direct sal
no agents. $ $ $ S
for full particulars
tian Blind Co., 5743
Toledo 12, Ohio.
No dealers,
$ $ $.
Toledo
s.
ve
to
Write
Vene
road,
50
Secor
rsts and sec
tf
For sale—Potatoes,
onds. J. C. Deppler & $on.
For sale—?New Zealand white rab
bits for breeding also take orders
for dressed rabbit# Cal Luginbuhl,
Bluffton phone. tf
For sale—Pottrtws. Clarence
Steiner, Bluffton phone. tf
PAGE FIVE
Elrose
The Olive Branch L. A. S. will
meet with Mrs. Thomas Koontz this
W’ednesday afternoon.
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Lucinda Koontz and son Clifford
were: Mr. and Mrs. William Mar
quart and daughter Dorothy of
Jenera and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Koontz and sons. Afternoon callers
were: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Marquart
and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Marquart and children of Eagle
Township.
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Neff and
daughter Merilyn called Sunday
afternoon at the Arthur Nonnamaker
home.
Union prayer services at the
Bethesda church, Thursday evening.
Pfc. Amanda Pifer of Santa Ana,
Calif., is spending several days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ami Pifer
having been called home due to the
death of her grandfather Philip
Pifer.
Callers at the Ami Nonnameker
home the past week were: Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Arnold and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Powell and son Kenneth
of Findlay’, Mrs. Lucinda Koontz and
son Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Koontz and family, John and Fern
Koch, Shirley Nonnamaker, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Nonnamaker, Adrian Pifer,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goss man and
Bess Arnold of Bluffton.
Mrs. Arthur Nonnamaker, Mr. and
Mrs. Chauncey Klingler and family,
Chas. Nonnamaker, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hamilton, daughter Betty,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker
and sons w’ere Sunday dinner guests
at the Ami Nonnamaker home cele
brating Mr. Nonnamakers 85th
birthday.
Mrs. Emmeline Nonnamaker, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Nonnamaker and
daughter Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Stauffer of Bluffton w’ere Thursday
evening supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lendon Basinger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Klingler and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Stratton
called Sunday afternoon on Mrs.
Goldie Battles in Findlay. Mrs.
Battles is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Pifer and
daughter Helen and Mr. Van Gunten
were supper guests Saturday evening
at the Ami Pifer home.
Where Our Soldiers
Are
Pvt Robert Lee Stalter 15232930
B. T. U. Bldg. T-6437
San Antonio, Texas
Jewelry needs it
TF YOU OWN fine Jewelry
1 and Furs, you have an
investment of hundreds of
dollars. Many things can
happen to them over which
you have no control.
You can be protected
financially from any loss or
damage whether at home
or away with a Hartford
Jewelry-Fur policy. Ask
this agency to ipsurej^Mtrs
lutzi Insurance Agency
Phone: l»5-W
113 l/t S. Main Street
Bluffton
Fresh Drugs
and
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
of All Kinds
Prescriptions Care
fully Compounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W

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