We’re always in
at Swiss Inn
We said “always in”—not “all in”—you’ll find us
right up on our toes, ready to serve you with quick
lunch, day or night—remember there’s 24 hour serv
And Big Chicken Dinner Every Sunday
Car Servicing—Gas and Oil—Day or Night
We Never Close—Alway Ready to Help You.
3 miles south of Bluffton on Route 25
Help Your Car
Battle Old Man
Geared for Winter
N. Main & Elm Sts.
Bluffton phone 260-WT
55 Gallon Empty Metal
Hydraulic Tractor Seats
Single Burner Electric
Marathon Gasoline, Oils and Greases
Marathon Helps Ki ep Old Cars Young
Garage Service and meral Auto Repairing.
Baker Ha mer Mills
now in stock rea
We are also dealers for
Smith Electric and
ly for delivery.
Bluffton Farm Equipment Co.
E. F. Scj
2^2 Hours of Contiguous Enjoyment
consisting of the following:
105 E. Elm Street
Pot O’ Gold
For an evening of “Reel Pleasure” come to
Beaverdam, Ohio School Aud.
Wednesday, Feb. 13th
7:15 P. M.
This project is sponsored by the Senior Class
of Beaverdam High School
Admission: Children 15c adults 35c
Mrs. Mae Bailey is visiting her sis
ter Mrs. Mary Everett at Cairo.
Mrs. Martha Bassett who has been
spending the winter in California is
visiting a few weeks with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vertner.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pugh and son
Jack were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rowland and
Miss Irene Rowland.
Mr. and Mrs. James Vertner are
spending the winter at East Braden
ton, Fla. They report having a very
nice time in spite of the crowded
Delmer Beery was a week end guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt and son
Bobby at Perry sburg.
Mrs. T. V. Stim entertained the
members of the Leisure Hour Club at
her home o n Tuesday eve. Mrs.
Myrtle Lutterbein was an only guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson and
family of Pandora were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Michael and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tripp of Day
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Vanmeter
and family and Mrs. Cynthia Elliott
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Delmer Beery.
Mr. John Bollinger of Arcanum is
spending a few weeks with his nep
hew John Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rupright
■were Sunday afternoon ca’lcrs of
Mrs. Orin Sawyer who is a surgical
patient at the Van Wert Hospital. She
would appreciate hearing from her
friends in this vicinity.
Warren M. Durkee Principal o
Reading High School, Cincinnati has
resigned his position and accepted be
ing Superintendent of Schools there
to succeed H. L. Bussey. The new
superintendent was named to com
plete the present school year and to
remain in office for the school year
Supt. Durkee has completed 16
years of teaching and administrative
school w’ork in Ohio since his gradua
tion from Bluffton College in 1929
where he received his A. B. degree.
Later he was awarded his Masters
degree at Ohio State University and
has completel two and one half years
of study toward his PhD. degree.
Mr. and Mrs. Erna Akerman, Mr.
Leonard Akerman and Mr. and Mrs.
I Charles Contris left for Arizona,
where they expect to visit relatives
Basil Watt i s spending several
weeks with his mother, Mrs. Georgia
Mrs. Bertha Desenberg was a Wed
nesday night guest of Mrs. Mol'it
Affording of Ada.
The Dorcas Ladies Aid o Zion
Lutheran Church met Thursday for an
all day meeting at the home of Mrs.
Myrton Packer. Those present were:
Mrs. Lewis Coates, Mrs. Clint Fisher,
Mrs. Dwight Hawk, Mrs. Ferd Clum,
Mrs. Clair McElwain, Mrs. Ronald
Holman, Mrs. Walter Hawk, Roger
Coates, Alta Mae Hawk, Alan McEl
wain, Arthur Holman, Nancy and
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wollett were
Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Adam.
Philip Haff spent the week-end with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Mrs. Walter Klinger and Mrs. Wal
ter Hawk were Thursday callers of
Mrs. John Adam.
The Sempre Fidelis Class of the
Methodist Church entertained the
Keystone Class and their husbands
at the Church Wednesday night.
Mrs. Della Dover of Dayton, and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Riddlebarger of
Wheelersburg, Ohio were Saturday
guests of Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Arthur.
Mrs. Bess Hefner has returned from
Mercedes, Texas, where she visited
her brother, Mr. Otto Kidd.
February 10, 1946
LaFayette Circuit Methodist Church
Morning Worship 9:30
Church School 10:30
Youth Fellowship 7.00 P. M.
Evening Service at the Congrega
tiona-Christian Church 7:45.
Church School 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00.
Church School 9:30.
Mrs. Robert Dukes and little dau
ghter Lou Ellen were moved to their
home from the Bluffton Community
Mrs. L. M. Wynkoop and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Basinger and sons of
Columbus Grove spent Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cramer and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Phil
lipps and daughter of West Indepen
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Forney and
family spent Sunday with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McVey are
visiting his parents Rev. and Mrs.
A. E. McVey of Elyria. Mr. McVey
was recently discharged from the
armed forces having spent several
Miss Wanda Jean Newton, a
Wave, at San Francisco telephoned
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nile New
ton. She has been in service nearly
a year and never had a furlough.
Mrs. Elmer Schaublin of Bluffton
spent Thursday in the home of her
daughter Mrs. Lewis Wynkaap and
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON,
The Ladies Harmony Circle will
meet in the home of Mrs. Bernice
Clymer Thursday afternoon Feb. ,4.
Mrs. Nellie Harris will be the pro
Egugene Zimmerly who has been
inducted into the army left Thurs
day for Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and
daughter Joan were Friday evening
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fotte and daughter Laurel of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Aiderman of
Ft. Wayne, Ind., and Mr. Richard
Cupp of Columbus spent the week end
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Cupp and daughter Marjorie.
Mrs. Harold Marshall returned
home last Tuesday after spending
several days with her sister Mrs. L.
M. Finley in Jefferson.
The demonstration of “Short Cuts
in Housework” by Miss Ruth Winner
Home Demonstartion Agent of Allen
County at the Monroe Twp. house last
Tuesday afternoon was attended by
twenty-five homemakers. A solution
for the making of dust cloths another
for the making of a wash and polish
for furniture which cleans and polish
es with one application and some
other short cuts were given. Another
meeting with a different subject will
be held March 15th.
Miss Edythe Cupp was on the sick
list and unable oteach last Friday
but was able to resume her work at
Lima South High, Monday.
The Hiram Neuenschwander sale
was well attended last Tuesday. The
farm has been sold and Mr. and Mrs.
Neuenschwander are planning to
move to Bluffton where they recently
purchased a home.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry* were
among those who attended funeral
services for Mr. Harry T. Stump held
in the Congregational Christian
Church in Columbus Grove last Mon
Polly, little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Dun'ap, is a patient in Lima
Memorial Hospital following an oper
ation for mastoid.
The past week five large boxes of
bedding and clothing were packed and
sent by the local Presbyterian Church
to Windsor, Md., to be used in Euro
pean relief work.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter
Mr. Harley Van Meter and Mr. and
Mrs. Orlo Morshall were Saturday
evening guests of Mr. and Walter
Cupp and family.
Mrs. F. C. Marshall spent several
days the latter part of the week with
Mrs. Lillian Rust and family in Chica
go and attended commencement exer
cises at Parker High School where
Miss Ethel Jean Rust w*as a member
of the graduating class. She returned
home Saturday evening accompanied
by Ethel Jean who will make a short
visit with the Marshalls and other
friends in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Obed May and dau
ghter Martha of Buffalo, N. Y. and
Mrs. E. A. Hauenstein and daughter
Deanne of Lima were Monday even
ing guests i n the Guy Mayberry
The Presbyterian missionary society
will meet with Mrs. Clarence Begg
Wednesday afternoon of next week
with the following program• Song
Devotions, Mrs. Herbert Marshall
"The Christian Answer”, Mrs. Glen
Mayberry “Five Essential of Bro
therhood”, Mrs. W. E. Marshall Year
Book of Prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell were
Sunday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Orlo Marshall.
Mrs. William Risser, mother of Mrs.
Walter Cupp, recently underwent a
minor operation at Bluffton Hospital
and was removed to the home of her
son David in Bluffton last Saturday
w’here she is recuperating.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and
daughter Joan w*ere entertained at
dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Marshall.
XT\ /^Compare l^c potency of the
I S vitamins contained in Plena
L\| mins with the recognized
minimum daily adult needa.
U. S. P. unit* 4000 SOOO
U. $. P. unit* 400 1000
Bi U. S. P. unit* 333 664
B2 Milligram* 2 2
U.S.P. unit* 400 1OOO
NIACINAMIDE milligram* 20 20
All these Vitamins plus Calcium Pan
tothenate. LIVER and IRON are con
tained in Rexall Puretest Plenanuna.
AS FIATUMD ON THE Oro* Skew
•Mat taoaoat*- W4ory Nlabta CBS
Sidney's Drug Shop
Paulding Center school meeting
Thursday evening. Supper at 7:30.
Past week callers at the Arthur
Phillips home were: Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Blosser, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton,
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shulaw, Clar
ence Shulaw, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Klingler,
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Younk
man, Elton Younkman, Harold Mc
Clain, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Long and
family, Tom Ludwig, Mrs. Merilyn
Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Emerick, Will Huber, Harry Weaver,
Mr. Shrider, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin,
Mr. Lewis Hauenstein, T. W.
Younkman, Earl Winegardner, Mr.
and Mrs. James Phillips and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long, Mr.
and Mrs. LaMar Basinger, Horace
Stratton, Will Fox and Mrs. Naomi
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pifer called
Sunday at the Dennis Brauen home.
L. C. Hauenstein and family were
also callers in the Brauen home.
Roy Bowers of Lima were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze.
Mr. and Mrs. Zahrend and Vera
were Sunday callers at the Gleason
Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton spent
Sunday in the Harley Pifer home at
Jenera. Daisy Pifer was a Tuesday
guest in the Stratton home.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
and daughters called Sunday after
noon at the Cal Herr home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and
family were Sunday afternoon guests
at the Lyman Barnes home.
(Concluded from page 1)
Three members-elect, D. B. Con
rad, Leland Diller and Paul Diller
attended the meeting on invitation
of the board and concurred in the
decision to hire Spayth. Classes in
the department were opened January
21 for the second half-year.
Harry F. Barnes, president of the
teachers association, presented the
case for that group, and Waldo Hof
stetter presided as president of the
board of education.
The salary schedule adopted here
last June fixes salaries on the basis
of professional training and exper
ience in teaching.
News Want-ads bring results.
We offer chicks produced fron
Flocks at the following prices:
Consisting of 2
MATING WHITE LEGHOI
WHITE LEGHORNS ........
NEW HAMPSHIRE REDS
BARRED ROCKS ..............
Ifvin Vandemark, Associate
Main, Ada, Ohio Ada phone 195
As we ar _______
Sale of I
1946 Price List
Our Quality and Breeding Program Assures You Better Chicks
The AAA quality mating White Leghorn flocks are mated with two strains of cock
erels. The large Hanson strain weighing up to 8 lbs. with Dams and Sires of 275 to
330 egg individual pedigree trapnest records.
The balance of the flocks are mated with cockerels bred and hatched by Gasson with
high pedigree egg records.
The AAA New Hampshires are mated with cockerels bred and hatched by the
Christie poultry farm in New Hampshire and possess all the fine qualities of this popu
Holtzapple Special Male and Female Cockerels are used in our AAA White Rock
Cockerels bred and hatched by J. A. Parks head our AAA Barred Rock flocks.
All AA matings mated with cockerels hatched from AAA flocks last year. The
health and vigor of the AA matings is equal to that of the AAA mating.
Read These Liberal Guarantees
We Guarantee 95% livability the first 14 days on the chicks of our AAA matings.
We will replace ALL losses over 5% of chicks purchased providing such loss is not due
to any fault of yours.
On A A matings losses over 5% at half cost. Losses must be reported promptly
at the end of 14 day period. No cash refunds.
90% accuracy on pullet orders. Claims to be reported within 60 days.
No guarantee on Leghorn Cockerels and started chicks.
Get Your Chicks When You Want Them by Placing Your Order Now
STRIKE ONE OF THESE
AND BE INDEPENDENT
HERE IS TI E EARGAIN
2,/2 acres of ground. 6 room modern house with
basement—new gas hot water heater. Has a small
barn. This place has fruit galore: 31 plum trees, 3
apple, 6 pear, 6 peach, 1 sweet cherry, 2 sour cherry,
limits. Can be bought for
These Bargain^ can be seen by calling for
110’/2 N. Main, Ada
Poland China Hog Sale
Wednesday, February 13,1946
not part wit -------r---------------
Twenty-^x bred gilts that are bred to farrow from the latter
part of February to April. They are bred to Model Masterpiece,
Commando and Square Model.
We arejalso selling 13 fall boars ready for spring service—real
Thirty-fhree fall gilts that will mature into real brood sows
with a littl ___
Entire/offering double immuned against cholera.
THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1946
miles northeast of Ada
miles northwest of Ada
miles north of Ada
miles northwest of Ada
miles north of Ada (with barn only)
miles southwest of Ada
80 Acres 7
80 Acres 5’/j
80 Acres 5 */2
30 Acres 4 /2
30 Acres 2/2
70 Acres 2/2
NEW 6 room house on North Main, Ada
(modern except furnace)
Apartment House (5 Apts.) monthly income $140
of grapes (red, white and blue), 2 large
sT^'' ’d easily he made into duplex if pre
edge of Ada within city
GEOR0E P. FELTZ, Broker
ERY, Bluffton, O
Selected, Bred to Lay, Rigidly Culled, Bloodtested
ON TWO YEAR OLD HEN
AA QUALITY MATING
AL AA MATING
Leghorn Cockerels................... $3.00
Custom Hatching 3c per egg.
Chicks started up to 2 weeks at 2 /2 per chick per week.
Parcel post shipments sent prepaid. No deposit required to place an order.
Write for catalogue.
Sale tn be held 4 miles east of Pa
of Blufftoi, Ohio.
erd Boars 8 Bred Sows 26 Bred Gilts
13 Fall Boars 33 Fall Gilts
decreasing our herd in number we will offer two of
boars, Model Masterpiece jind Commando.
our good her boars, Model Masterpiece and Commando. Me have
used these boirs since the fall of 1944. They sired many outstand
ing gilts and
ars, and will be an asset to any herd.
Iso offering some of our brood sows which we would
if we kept the herd up to the usual number.
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