THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946
Mrs. Guy Baker of Curtis, Neb.,
visited over the week end with her
sister, Mrs. Sam Locher of South
New spring hats arriving daily at
Clark Hat shoppe.
AN HONORABLE DUTY
Like all reputable photographers, we feel a very defi
nite responsibility to our subjects. The portraits we
make must be true likenesses if they are to be cher
ished for future years.
Also a good photograph is permanent, which takes
time and infinite pains to make. That is our aim
May we make an appointment
with tou for a photograph?
Try Swiss Inn for Something Different
If you’re tired of the same menu, then you should
try Swiss Inn—something delightfully different
and it’s all home cooking.
Stop here for a quick lunch or one of those really
extra Sunday chicken dinners.
Our lunch counter and service station open night
24 Hour Service We Never Close
Quick Lunches Car Servicing Day or Night
3 miles south of IRuffton on Route 25
Mrs. Ralph Lanham and two
daughters of West College avenue
spent the week end with her parents
New spring purses. Clark Hat
Offers Friendly Service
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
CLAYTON 'HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street, Bluffton Phone 284-W
»rderliness of a service directed
by us is ev dence of our thoughtful planning
Our personal service to the living receives
the benef of
our exacting training and a
irience in meeting the needs of
Our sup rior standards are rigidly main-
tained irs every service irrespective of its
OurAwlde prfee range4meets eyery needJewish
Jumping /ope is fine exercise for the
childrenl/but we imagine if YOU
tried it/yotrwetffd soon be puffing
and out of breath. It takes a lot of
good fresh air to fill the lungs and
purify the blood. When your nose is
stopped up and your air supply re
duced, a treatment with
NYAL NASAL DROPS
quickly relieves congestion, opens up
the nose, makes breathing easier,
Ask your Nyal Druggist for either
the oily or non-oily type—both made
A. Hauenstein & Son
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz of
near Harrod were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Marquart and
Notice to farmers—Our last day
for custom butchering will be Friday.
Lawnmowers sharpened. Charles
Young, Bluffton phone 214-T. 49
Mrs. Martha Flick of South Main
street has returned from Atlantic
City where she visited for the past
Mrs. Linda Fett and Miss Sarah
Amstutz visited Rev. Stanley Rupp
and family at Lafayette, Ind., several
days the past week.
Mrs. Ross Gotshall of Warren
spent the past week with Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Beals and daughter of
South Jackson street.
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
Miss Mary Steams of Heidelberg
college, Tiffin, spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Steams and David Stearns.
Charles Tripplehorn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Tripplehorn left
Sunday for Columbus to resume his
studies at Ohio State university.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Wiebe and
daughter Judith Ann of Willard
spent the week end with Mrs. Wiebe’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler.
Looking for something new in lad
ies purses—you’ll find it here. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bixel of
Grove street have returned from a
three week’s motor trip thru the
southwest and to Mexico City,
Lawn mowers sharpened. Charles
Young, Bluffton phone 214-T. 52
Mrs. Clifford Moen and son Wayne
of Lake Mills, Iowa, are visiting at
the home of her sister and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken of Har
Callers at the Emmet Scoles home,
Sunday afternoon included Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Huber and Mrs. Cal Leiber
and son Richard and Mrs. Raymond
Keiffer and daughter Marilyn.
Mrs. Orlo Marshall of Rockport,
Mrs. Lysle Cahill and daughter Lyn
ne of Cleveland were luncheon guests
of Mrs. Ora Wetherill, Mrs. C. A.
Biely and Miss Roberta Biery,
Mrs. Howard Benroth was in
Pioneer, Ohio, three days last week
attending the annual district meeting
of the Church of the Brethren. She
went as a delegate from the County
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cribley of
near Ada entertained at dinner, Fri
day evening, Mrs. K. H. Dickerson
of Lomita, Calif., Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Diller of Lima and C. A.
Stauffer of Bluffton.
Basinger ambulance removals—
Charles Speers from Bluffton hospital
to the Pennsylvania railroad station,
Lima Mrs. Elmer Schaublin from
her home on North Main street to
Bluffton hospital Mrs. Donald R.
Cahill from Bluffton hospital to her
apartment at 120 N. Main street.
Mrs. Bessie Edgecomb, Mrs. Rob
ert Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fenty of Bluffton and Mrs. Geo.
Kempher of Lafayette spent Sunday
in Cincinnati with Mrs. Edgecomb’s
son, Pvt. Walter Edgecomb and wife
and their infant daughter Susan Lee,
born March 13.
Honoring James Strunk who left
Tuesday for service in the Merchant
Marine, a wiener roast was held at
his home south of Bluffton, Monday
night. Present were Donald Burk
holder, Larry Mathewson, Jackie
Weyer, Richard Fields, Melvin Mar
quart and Joe Bronson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Getties of
South Main street are expected home
Thursday night from Oroville, Calif.,
where they visited their son in law
and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. James
See the new spring hats at Clark
Lawn mowers sharpened. Charles
Young, Bluffton phone 214-T. 52
Mrs. Harry Mericle, Mrs. Marjorie
Houston, Mrs. Gerald Berry, Mrs.
Lloyd Thomas, Mrs. W. B. Augsbur
ger, Mrs. R. W. Augsburger and Mrs.
H. E. Augsburger all of Bluffton at
tended the Hollywood breakfast at
Trinity Methodist church, Lima, Mon
day noon, sponsored by the Mail Bag
club. Mrs. H. E. Augsburger re
ceived as one of the gifts a beauti
ful corsage for wearing the oldest
hat. The hat, which belonged to
the late Mrs. Harry Patterson was
more than 60 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Farnsworth
who have been living in Ann Arbor,
while he was a student in the engin
eering college of the University of
Michigan spent several days the past
week here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Millen Geiger. Mr. Farnsworth
left the first of this week for the
University of Wyoming at Laramie
where he will continue his studies.
His wife expects to join him there
in the early summer.
heater 200 Legh
laying hens 8
and alfalfa ha
fountain good n ud boat Vickland
oats. Ernest J. hn, Bluffton phone
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
bank, well insula ed, complete with
gas burner. Lest*
S. Main St.
Bluffton phone 59!
For sale—Vickland oats.
See me for lawn mower sharpen
ing. Rell Potee, South Mound St. 1
Worm you/"cbickens the easy way.
Put Ovu-Mi?/ in the feed. Get it at
seen our selection of
Just in time
Ed Waitermire, Gamble
6 ft. st
and paperhanging. Over
s to choose from. L. R.
5 Riley St., Bluffton. 4
ladders. Ed Waitermire,
n blinds—spring steel slats,
lamel finish. Guaranteed,
lade to your measurements,
direct sales. No dealers,
i. $ $ $ Save $ $ $.
larticulars to Toledo
Co., 5743 Secor
iwer grii ding and general
Moyer’s Repair shop, 6
th of Bluffton and 1 mile
•bunty line. 2
Wanks, vaults and cesspools
:h modern equipment. C. L.
To buy childgood
For sale—Two lots two
story barn 20 K 30 and small house
with new gas
For sale—Tritoma or gaming torch,
25c each 3 fir 60c. N'dpb Geiger,
mile east of town.
Does your I sewing +nachine skip
stitches? Wq can repair it. Phone
389-W for service.
urnace which can be
Call phone 525-W.
new chimney bricks,
lot of second hand
H. P. motor, new
icm and White Rock
1 ons baled timothy
gallon hot water
What could Ibe simpler
than a plain plack patent
pump with only a butter
fly bow for trim? Or what
could be more flattering to
your foot? It has a long
wearing leather sole, too,
Ask to See
STYLE NO. 509
W. ti. Gratz
Family Shoe Store
Store hour* Monday through Friday
8 a. tn. to 5:30 p. in.
Saturday 8 a. m. to 18:30 p. m.
Closed Thursday Afternoon
those rubber tire farm wagons that
lighten and speed up heavy work.
them in stock ready for
y. C. F. Niswander.
I sale—Nice seed oats also
ertilizpr grain drill 17 spring
lirrow 14 inch Shunk walking
all in good condition, priced
able. E. P. Steiner, east of
I kitchen stools. Gamble deal-
trade only—Regular Farmall
nail tractor. Allis Chalmers
“B” preferred. H. B. Mar
sale—Child’s large tricycle,
a at 211 N. Main St.
sale—Library table, like new
sell for $10. Call Bluffton
ay pins. Gamble dealer.
sale—Circulating type heating
for prompt shoe repairing
all kinds. Ed Smith, 199
I quality started chicks on
rg hatchery. tf
e—Potatoes, firsts and sec
1. Deppler & Son. tf
dry cleaner. Ed Walter-
nowers sharpened. Charles
Huff ton phone 214-T. 52
irket price for your chick-
Roy Berry, W. Elm St.
sale—Rat terrier pups. A. J.
2’v miles east of Lafayette
81. Lafayette phone 324.
sale—70 lbs. alfalfa seed. Otto
tz, Bluffton phone.
jrbug, Hawaiian wriggler, plus
other b£jts, Xne and sinkers,
sale—WMV enameled kitchen
llrs/ Mary Schick, Beaver
K & Produce Co. Phone
sale—100 bushels Vickland
oats also 3 collie-shephard
s. Cleo Garau, 5 miles south
sale—Cleaned sweet clover
George Myers, Bluffton phone
P. O. Box 844, Lima,
‘erly has pened a radiator
using the Okite equip
»il out radiators. 319 N.
km, Bluffton phone 535-Y.
t-Sleeping rooms for girls.
1 Benroth, 211 N. Main St.
L-Surplus army tent 7
id condition. John Klay,
7 6, gc
W. Elm S
Hampshires. I Amstutz Hatcheries.
Started Leghorn pullets,
tarred Rocks and New
sale—Nine hole fertilizer grain
id two harrows. Sum Bader
sale—Single bottom 16 inch
tractor plow, good condition.
$30. Wm. Garmatter, 2 miles north
MOBS OettroyM by
Have you enough?
E a fire, the
amount of your in
surance may prove LESS
than the real value of your
household goods damaged
A careful checku p—
today may save you
hundreds of dollars later.
Ask this Hartford agepey
to make certain hlF your
insurance is adequate.
lutzi Insurance1 Agency
113 «/2 S. Mai
One feature ki
(Runs 2 houris.
See me/for anything in
the WearJever line of mod
ern kitcl^n utensils.
For Appointments Call
103 W. Elm St., Bluffton
Bluffton phone 189-Y
Could you use a longer ironing
ironing cord? We make them any
length you want. Gamble dealer.
For sale—Stainer violin, bow and
case, excellent condition. Lester
Hahn, 448 W. Elm St.
For sale—Lawn rrfower. Rell Potee,
South Mound St.
For sale—30 gallon hot water tank
with jacket. D. W. Bixler.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rogart of
Cherry street who have been in
Bradenton, Florida since the holidays
are expected home next week.
Mrs. Royal Thomas, the former
Mary Alice Howe, student at Hahne
mann Medical college, Philadelphia, is
visiting at the home of her parents,
Mayor and Mrs. W. A. Howe and
Robert F. West of Toledo spent the
week end at the home of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff West of South
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Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes
called at the Paul Faze home Sun
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Sutter and
Mrs. Raymond Stratton "were callers
at the Paul Faze home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze called
on the John McKinney family near
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and
family were Sunday dinner guests of
Mrs. Linda Bogart of Col. Grove.
Harold Younkman and sons spent
Friday evening at the Arthur Phil
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
and H. P. Zimmerman were Sunday
visitors .with Dorothy Zimmerman
and children of Defiiance.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips
called at the Wm. Younkman home
Half-Gallon was $3
All-purpose household cleaner ... for rugs, upholster
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to use will not explode—is non-inflammable
contains no soap or acid—isn’t injurious to hands or
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-three Years of Dependable Service
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