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PAGE EIGHT SAVE with NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF MARCH 1,1917 The picture of Miss Stella Greding appeared in the Ohio State Journal at Columbus, a morning paper. She was pictured wearing a frock which she made under the supervision of the department of domestic science of Ohio State University. John Ropp of Bloomington, Ill., recently donated $10,000 toward the $500,000 fund to be used for the erection of Ropp Hall. In the past few years the Ropp family have given $91,000 to the expansion pro gram of the college. Sam Gratz left for Parma, Mo., to look after his 200 acre farm there. Misses Grace Murray and Corrine Kimmel were guests of Miss Ethel Shank at Findlay. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gratz a baby girl, Monday. Fred Badertscher is still among the champions when it comes to raising hogs. Eighteen pigs is one litter or forty-five in 3 litters is a good record, he says. Fred thinks it one of the ways to reduce the high cost of living. Mrs. Henry Hilty consigned a shipment of spring chickens, 12 week eld broilers, to Chicago dealers. The This is the year to buy JORG’S BETTER BRED CHICKS Sired by cockerels bred and hatched by America’s lead ing breeders, and have your egg basket full nexi fall. Chickens must be bred to lay if you want profits. Big, fluffy, healthy chicks will mature into healthy layers and stay healthy throughout the year. Why not raise the best this year. springers are the first on the market from this area. A pleasant surprise was accorded the teachers of the Bucher School, Miss Soldner and Miss Lambert, at the home of Will Steiner in honor of Miss Soldner’s birthday. Thirty-five guests were present. With 95% livability guaranteed the first 14 days you get your money’s worth when you buy chicks from us. If you are interested in started chicks our 12,000 chick capacity starting battery is ready to serve you. Chicks started up to 2 weeks. Don’t buy your chicks until you come in and talk it over. Jorg Hatchery Chris Lugibill won distinction at the log cabin raising held in the public square at Lima. The program held in celebration of the centennial celebration of the founding of Allen County was attended by 10,000 persons. Lugibill was one of the axe men aiding in the construction of a corner of the building. Some of the logs for the edifice were contributed by Bluffton. Phone 182-W Bluffton, Ohio See Us Today About Overhauling Your Motor for Spring and Summer Driving See us efery day for Marathon Service—Gasoline, Oils and Greases Tubes 4 Batteries Garage service and general auto repairing FLATLUX if easy to apply. Does not thow brushmarks. Marathon Sales and Service Authorized Hudson Agency N. Main & Elm Sts. Phone 207-W Has no objectionable odor. Dries quickly .,. room can be used same day. RATLUX produces a more durable .,. better looking finish. Delightfully pleasing effects obtained with the lime-proof colon in living room, dining room, bedroom, hallways. covers wallpaper interior surfaces. One Coat end other The new pipe organ is being in stalled at the College chapel. Daniel Alspach and Miss Marjorie Day rendered readings and Miss Margaret Frick a vocal solo at the combined meeting of the Christian Endeavor, Light Bearers, and West minster Circle. A play, “Tired of Missions,” was presented by the organization. Esta Lugibill starred for the Bluff ton girls in the basketball game Not a Water Coating NeWf Beautiful Lime-Proof Colors fir .4 .$2.40 Per. Gal. ONE GALLON Beautiful Colors that Dry Quickly Wash Easily DOES THE AVERAGE ROOM *fw RfAurr with eArr»soN-sAROfNr paints Greding Hardware ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $3 for Horses $2 for Cows BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone MAIN 475 Collect BRANCA OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC. between the local team and Beaver dam. The score, 23 to 5, was gained largely through Esta’s efforts. Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Russell Snavely of Upper Sandusky, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snavely and family, and Charles Anderson of Holgate, spent Sunday evening with the Hiram Krohn fam ily. Mrs. Mertie Reese and Miss Har riet Krohn returned to their homes here Monday after spending the past 10 days at the Dr. Waldo Suter home in Waterville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schumacher spent Thursday afternoon in Fort Wayne, Ind., and were evening din ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs .Edison Welty and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Casey of Mansfield are spending several days this week in the home of the latter’s sister Mr. and Mis. Richard Krohn and family. The plays “The Valiant” and “Sparkin” given by the dramatics class was well attended last Friday evening. The Myers Excavating company of Leipsic has been working in this vicinity, digging basements and grading for a number of new houses to be erected here soon. Jack, small son of Mr. and Mrs. George sloody, has been quite sick. Mrs. C. D. Steiner has returned from the home of her daughter Mrs. Headington of Orange, New Jersey. Mrs. Headington is recovering nicely from her recent operation. Dale Stewart, Edison Diller, Rollie Etter, Charles Reese, Mark Lugibill and Edwin Cupp were among those from here who attended a basketball game at Bascom last week. Mrs. Roy Touhley is caring for her daughter Mrs. Clarence Huber of Columbus Grove who is on the sick list. Miss Inez McAdams was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber and daughter Charlotte Lou. Mrs. Pauline Chantiz and son Michael spent the week end in Lima with her sister Mrs. Donald Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Steiner and daughter Eulalia, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Deane Steiner and William Steiner called on Mr. and Mrs. William Dean Steiner at Bowling Green uni versity Monday afternoon. William Dean received his discharge March ■5th and has entered the university this quarter. A large number from here attend ed the District Basketball tourna ment at Leipsic the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bixel left on a trip to Florida on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of Toledo were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schumacher. John M. Sommer, local blacksmith, died suddenly last Wednesday morn ing. He is survived by his widow and eight brothers and sisters. Mrs. William Smith, Toledo, Mrs. Mary Beany and Mrs. Elizabeth Klentsche, Findlay, Mrs. Rose Lehman and Christ of Pandora, Peter of Milan, Mich., Mrs. Carolyn Lewis of Lima, and Abraham, now of Florida. Fun eral services were held on Frdiay at the M. E. church with burial in Pandora cemetery. Grover Davidson is in the Lima Memorial hospital for treatment. Mrs. Mary Beany was taken to Bluffton hospital on Monday. Weds in California Mr. and Mrs. Nial Newton, re siding east of Pandora, are an nouncing the marriage March 5 of their only daughter, Wanda Jean Newton, S 1/c, U. S. Naval Bks., Balbon Park, San Francisco, to Wil liam Henry Cook, Bugler 1/c, son of lutiol 4 4 SOX \f V Si 4 4 O Buy SIX PAIRS and get the Guarantee Certificate. 6 months’ wear or six new, pairs free. Knit proportioned to fit small, average and large size man. Laundry tested and ap proved imfortanii any Hit Soctt Accord* "•t l&Siic Shot Ho Woarj, STEINER & HUSER THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO I Fliers Repair and Run Railroad Ernest Lewis was burned about the face and chest in a gasoline blaze at his home, Friday. The Dr. Rudy farm, formerly the Steiner Stock Farm, is to have a test well for oil. All the land about there has been leased. Lynch Bros, are busy on the Ver million lease. Another well is going down on the Andrew Charles lease, the Arnold farm. Reddick farm, and two strings are operated on the Noah Cook lease and Wilch farm. The pool lying east of town is at tracting a great deal of excitment. Last week, Charles Miller, who is employed by the Bluffton Cream Separator Co., was the recipient of an unexpected one hundred dollar gift. Twenty-five years ago when Charles first saw the light of day an oil speculator leased the Miller home farm in Pennsylvania. While there he requested the babe be named Charles in his honor. Last week the same oil operator, now very success ful, passed the Miller home and dropped in to inquire about gave Mother Miller $100 to be for- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest L. Cook, of Milwaukee, Wis. He has been in the navy three years and three months. Mrs. Cook joined the WAVES May 2, 1945, and has been stationed at San Francisco since July. She is a graduate of the Pandora high school with the class of 1942, and graduated from the commercial de partment of Findlay college in 1943. Before joining the WAVES she was employed at the First National Bank at Pandora for 19 months. They were married in the Presby terian church at Monerey, Calif., with Rev. John Logan, pastor, per forming a double ring ceremony. They were unattended. Miss New ton wore her navy uniform. Both received their discharge re cently from San Francisco, Calif. They will arrive at the home of her parents about the first of April. They are now visiting at his home in Milwaukee. They will reside in Wisconsin. Weds in 4® AW €Sal re u® 4 ..........- COMPLETELY IMMOBILIZED by the Japs during their occupation, he Kowloon Railroad, near Hong Kong, has been repaired and is now »eing run by two officers, a corporal and an aircraftman of the Royal Lir Force. The British fliers turned railroad men, and the Chinese abor they enlisted, had a long, tough job of repairing rolling stock nd tracks before pre-war schedules to Canton and other parts of the nterior of China could be resumed. Pictured here is Aircraftman Lee, »f Southsea, England, giving instructions to a team nf Chinese women joach cleaners before it goes to work. News Our Grandfathers Read From Issue Of July 28, 1910 Indiana Mr. and Mrs. Coral Donaldson are announcing the marriage of their youngest daughter, Janet Geraldine to Raymond E. Green of Elkhart, Ind., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Green, also of Elkhart, on Satur day afternoon, Feb. 23, in the First Brethren church at Elkhart, at 3 o’clock, Rev. Delbert E. Flora, past or, performed the ceremony before members of the immediate family. Mrs. Green is a graduate of the Pandora high school and is now em ployed as cashier for the Associates Investment company in Elkhart. The groom attended Elkhart high school and is a machine operator at the Dobbins Manufacturing company in Elkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Green took a wed ding trip to Chicago. They will re side in Elkhart. P. T. A. Elects Officers The following officers were elected by the Pandora Parent-Teacher as sociation for the coming year: Mrs. Milo B. Rice, president Mrs. Frank Krohn, first vice president Morris Anderson, second vice presi dent Mrs. George Fruchey, secre tary and Ellis Steiner, treasurer. The nominating committee was Mrs. Dale Stewart, Miss Gladys Schu macher and Mrs. Clement Sutter. The newly elected officers trill be installed at the April meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Suter will celebrate their fifty-third wedding anniversary, Thursday. They are having a sale this week and will make their home with ther daughter, Mrs. Paul Faze and family of La fayette. warded to his namesake. Ulysses Reichenbach has returned “Charlie”. Before he left the visitor from Switzerland well pleased with his trip. Recently Menno C. Basinger while driving home in his rig saw a run away horse coming toward him. Fearing the runaway would crash his buggy’, Menno leaped out and in at tempting to hurdle the fence, became entangled in same and badly lacer ated his leg. William Morrison has added an other fine horse to his livery. Mrs. Noah Basinger entertained a former college friend of Oberlin days, Miss Carrie Waltrip of Danville, Ill. William Mohler’s new residence on the 10 acre plot in Bluffton’s south suburbs, is nearing completion. M. M. Murray attended the Republican convention at Columbus as a delegate. Elmer Augsburger, Donald Flick, Arthur Worthington, Louis Woods and Monroe Amstutz were at Cedar point taking in the sights. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zehrbach and Dean Lugibill are taking an outing for a week or ten days camping along the quarries of Riley creek north of Bluffton. John Garlinger recently resigned his position as town night watch and is employed by the Benroth Auto Co. H. R. Swank was appointed to fill the vacancy. Settlement Mr. and Mrs. Will Steiner have returned from a several months' trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bixel left for Florida the first of the week to spend a number of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schumacher have purchased the home owned by his father and are to occupy it soon. Mr. and Mrs. Noal Newton have announced the marriage of their daughter, Wanda Jean, to Mr. Wil liam Henry Cook of Milwaukee, Wis. The marriage took place in the Presbyterian church at Monterey Calif., March 5th. They will reside in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Habegger announce the marriage of their daughter Margaret to Carl Maier whose home was formerly in Indian apolis. The marriage took place SO REMEMBER EVERYONE with our Greeting Cards Hove lots of Birthday fun the year 'round by sending your friends appropriate greetings on their birthdays. It's the happy way to strengthen the bonds of friendship and we have the right kind of greet ing cards for every imagin able birthday occasion. Sidney’s Drug Shop Feb. 28 at Los Angeles, Calif., where they are to reside. The members of the family’ of the late Mr. and Mrs. Noah Zimmerman and their families enjoyed a basket dinner Sunday in the home of their sister and brother Bernice and Jun ior in Bluffton. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F. Steiner re turned home from California last Thursday after spending the winter months with their daughter and son in-law Rev. and Mrs. William Cox at Lomita. Dwight Geiger spent a few days at home the past week and is at present stationed at Philadelphia awaiting his discharge. John Boehr is the owner of the first army jeep in this area. Peter Schumacher and his sister, Mrs. Salome Basinger visited Sun day afternoon in the John Burkhold er home. Waterworks Well Caught In Vortex Of Building Boom (Concluded from page 1) Cost of drilling the well and an other put down at the same time on I rthe This model is powered multi-motor engine and is out electricity. The base to which engine to make engine and electr changeable. See these Maytag featun Handsome "Post-Wi Exclusive Maytag THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1946 Tuesday Jilarcfi 26 Livestock and Miscellaneous Articles Complete detai/s later. L. E. COOK water works property adjacent to the Page Dairy Co., and for use at that plant, was listed on the Board’s year-end report for 1943 as $905. Tentative plans for laying out lots in the Matter plot were discussed with the municipal council at its regular meeting Monday of last week by Walter Stratton. 10 Lot Addition In adding the addition for resi dential building, it is proposed to plot 10 lots, each with a frontage of 60 feet on Harmon road. The lots would be 200 feet deep, with a 20-foot alley at the rear. A request would be made of the town to extend Garau street 200 feet beyond the present dead-end at Harmon road. No surveying has been done yet, however, pending the ruling by the State Board of Health representative. The building lots would start at the corner of a private road leading to the property of The Bluffton Stone Co., and continue south along Harmon road opposite the Commun ity hospital, with the addition ending opposite the new King addition. News want-ads bring results. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell at public sale at his farm 1 mile west of Beaverdam, I Gas Motor Modi Delivery just farm witho Is Ready for the thing for ut electricity. by the famous Maytag or use in homes with- is attached is designed motor easily inter- b: r” Models itures fc” Improvements Important "Post-W New Quality, Efficiency. Ruggedness Finest Maytags Ever Built C. F. NISWANDER Your Maytag Dealer Bluffton phone 126-W Bluffton, Ohio RILED S BROODER HOUSE The Rilco Arch Shaped House? assures maximum of waste space overhead to be heafted. Wood floo^door, and glazed windows. Light in weighL^rin rigid, strong and sturdy. Easily mpved. Size of house 12 ft. wide, 10 f^dtgTc ft. 4 in. high. If you want to build your own, we have Brooder House Packs consisting of 4 glued laminated wood rafters with ends framed for windows and door. Come in and see how attractive, convenient and econ omical these Brooder Houses are. We have them in stock. Steinman Bros. Lumber Co. 246 Cherry Street Phone 360-W “Ask Steinman's"