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PARE SIX
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Bluffton Co
Carl Lehman of the college busi
ness office showed pictures on Puerto
Rico, Friday. He explained their
modes of living and what can be
done to improve their living condi
tions. Sanitation is badly needed in
certain sections of the island. Puerto
Rico is a beautiful island with palm
trees and mountains. Mr. Lehman
spent over two years in relief work
in Puerto Rico under the Mennonite
Central Committee which has been
engaged in a project including a
hospital, sanitation, and education.
Is Your Home
Protected?
Our Extended Coverage Policy
gives complete Protection at low
ates and
cost. Let me quote
explain coverages on
farm buildings and conjen
ER
PAUL E. W
Phoie 350-W
245 W. Grove St.
Bluff Ohio
Representing
Farm Bureau Mutual Fire
Ins. Co.
Ohio
Home Office: Columbus
Phone 489-W
at public auction 10*4
west of New Stark on
lege Notes
End o the War
)id NOT End
Demar for Page’s
Tore Matsumoto, director of the
resettlement of Japanese-Americans,
gave a lecture in Ramseyer Chapel,
Friday night. The Home Missions
Council of
whom he
twenty-three
Matsumoto was born in Japan and
cannot become an American citizen,
but his children were born in
America, so he and his family may
remain here. He also revealed in
cidents of injustice which have taken
place between Americans and Japan
ese-Americans.
The Home Missions
North America, with
is working, represents
denominations. r.
The Y. W. and Y. M. C. A. of
Bluffton College were guests of the
“Y*”s of Findlay College Saturday.
Games were played in the afternoon,
and ip the evening a devotional meet-
The faculties of Ohio Northern
University and Findlay Colleges en
joyed a luncheon at Ropp Hall, Fri
day evening and also attended the
Matsumoto lecture.
Spr^y Powder Milk
Bluffton Plant of
age Dairy Co.
The
WHOLE MILK
Rev. E. J. Bohn has accepted a
•ed the highest price for your
You may be assu
whole milk when 'ou sell to The Page Dairy Co.
Cream, tpo........................
We don’t have to mention that butter is mighty
scarce for th se producers who find it more
profitable to separate their whole milk and sell
the Sour Cream
the highest price,
at the farm.
The Page Dairy Co. will pay
and pick the cream up right
The Page Dairy Co.
Public Sale
CATTLE—Red cot
John Deere Model tractor Little Wonder 14" tractor
plow 7 ft. Dunham tractor disc McCormick mower C,
& corn planter, cultipacker side delivery rake hay ted
der grain drill, McCormick grain binder hay loader
wagon corn binder rubber tired wagon and grain bed
manure spreader trailer power lawn mower hog feeders
brooder stoves steel fence posts barbed wire 1/3 H. P.
electric motor 2 tarpaulins grapple hay forks and slings
garden tools, forks shovels 1*4 H. P. gas engine.
HAY & GRAIN
Mixed hay in mow baled straw in mow clover and
timothy seed 12 bushels Lincoln soy bean seed Hybrid
seed com.
Boys bicycle brooder house, 12 by 12.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Antique bedroom suite 2 piece Mohair living room
suite 4 piece bed room suite and box springs 8 piece din
ing room suite Velour platform rocker ocasional table
occasional table-desk nearly new sofa-bed Philco cabinet
radio 2 sectional built kitchen cupboard 12 ft. extension
table Round Oak enamel coal range 3 kitchen tables 10
kitchen chairs kitchen cupboard Ward’s tank-type elec
tric cleaner and attachments Speed Queen electric washer
three 6-way floor lamps bed complete dresser, davenport
child’s desk, chest of drawers rockers Singer sewing ma
chine ice box dishes, cooking utensils glass cans, jars,
electric clock, bedding, glassware, Venetian blinds, drapes,
curtains, table and bed linens, stands, baby bed and high
chair, pictures, canned fruit cupboards, canned fruit and
vegetables 8X15 dusty rose Jacquard loomed Wilton 11-3
X14 Sandglow Axminster 12X12 Woodtone Axminster
rugs. These 3 rugs have been cleaned and sized and are
good as new. 11-3X12 Axminster rug 12X15 Congoleum
rug 9X15 Congoleum rug 9X15 fiber rug several throw
rugs 12X12 super-heavy rug pad 12X15 super-heavy rug
pad. Many other articles too numerous to mention.
Terms—Cash
Auctioneers—Thrapp & Warren
Clerks—Ream & Marshall
Bluffton, Ohio
Having sold my fa rm and leaving the State, I will sell
niles east of Beaverdam, or 2 miles
Route 30-N, the following property
Satiiday, March 3C
The Sale Beckf at 12:30 P. M.
HOGS—Duroc Jers ?y boar 1 year old.
years old Red cow 11 years old.
FARM MACHINERY
George tiubcr, Ciuncr
call to the pulpit of the Grace Men
nonite Church, Pandora, where he
has been serving as interim pastor
since Rev. Musser’s leaving. The
family plans to move from the Col
lege Farm to Pandora sometime in
the! near future.
Miss Katherine Gratz, returned
missionary to Africa, talked to the
Home Economics Club and showed
the students some of the arts and
crafts of Africa.
Helen Greding, a transfer student
from
is a
lege.
Bowling Green State university
music student at Bluffton Col­
Life Conference
Y. M. C. A. and
the Gospel Teams
the campus from
A Christian
sponsored by the
Y. W. C. A. and
will be held on
April 2-4. This is the first of what
will be an annual
campus.
event on the
be Rev. Olin
the First Men-
The speaker will
Krehbiel, pastor of
nonite church in Berne, Indiana, one
of the pioneers in the movement
sponsoring young people’s summer
conferences. The general theme for
the chapel talks will be “The
Christian
speak on
Value of
will be
Life.” Rev. Krehbiel will
the Source, Properties, and
the Christian Life.
Two housing units which have been
ordered for the College for the use
of married war veterans, will be
erected in the near future. Two
couples are now living in Beaver
Hut, which was converted into a
four-room house, and one couple has
two rooms on the third floor of
Lincoln Hall.
Choir under the direc
Russell A. Lantz, gave
The Girls’
tion of Prof,
a concert Sunday evening, in the
Ebenezer Mennonite church.
Beaverdam
Mrs. John Augsburger was a Wed
nesday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Augsburger at Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowers of
Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartman
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Etta Yant.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vertner re
turned to their home here after
spending several weeks at Bradenton,
Fla.
The members of the Leisure Hour
Club were entertained on Tuesday
eve at the home of Mrs. Esther Lom
bard.
The Home Builders S. S. Class of
the Church of Christ met on Thurs
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
Arnold. Mrs. Grant Barber discuss
ed the topic “Africa.” Mrs. 0. K.
Burns led the Devotionals. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Reigle,
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Barber, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Amstutz, Mr. and Mrs.
Kent Amstutz, Rev. and Mrs. Ray
mond Peterson, Mrs. Dorothy Green
awalt, Mrs. O. K. Burns and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Pleyel Fett, Mrs.
Lawrence Yant, Mrs. Lewis Vanmeter
and Mrs. Elmer Walters.
Miss Carol Sue Eckenwiler enter
tained her S. S. Class of the Metho
dist church at her home on Wednes
day evening. Present were Phyllis
and Mary Ellen Vanmeter, Mary Jane
Lacock, Larry Michael, Gary and Ned
Truex, Junior Bushong, Carol Hall,
Gene Robnolte, Wilma Zimmerman,
Mrs. Donald Michael, Mrs. Kenneth
Gierhart and Jerry Gierhart.
Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Robonolte and
son Gene spent Sunday in Toledo
with friends.
Rev. K. Riggs was a Sunday dinner
guest of Miss Adda and Clem Yoak
am.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gierhart and
son Jerry spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Augsburger and daugh
ter at Waynesfield.
MUNSON I
Offic
1-3 P.
spent the week
Youngstown.
Ada is visiting
Mrs. W. C. Lacock
end with relatives at
Miss Julia Ash of
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rupright.
Although total U. S. population
increased 47,000,000 from 1910 to
1945, farm population decreased al
most 7,000,000 in that period.
...——1
EL, M. D.
ours:
ff-8 P. M.
Cherry St.
Offic
Phone 120-Y
Bluffton, Ohio
For
McCormicks
tato planters
tachment.
fert ilizeiKjht-
Fairbanks-Morse hammer
mills, platform scales,
drainers, water systems.
cellar
water
jacks
FLINT & WALLING
systems Butler pump
wheelbarrows hog waterers
hog feeders stock tanks
rubber tire farm wagons with
all-steel 14 ft. box, also avail
able less box and less tires
electric milk coolers Red Hot
automatic electric water heat
ers Magic Wand electric weld
er.
McCormick-Deering electric
cream separators electric fence
chargers genuine I. H. C.
parts and supplies.
C. F. NISWANDER
McCormick-Deering Dealer
w
BLUFFTON, OHIO
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lugin
buhl and daughters of Goshen Ind.,
spent the week end with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ernest & sons
of Columbus Grove were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
daughters.
Sunday
Fett
and
son
with
Mrs. George Myers and
Monday evening for a visit
parents Mr. and Mrs. Keeney
family of East Millsboro, Pa.
left
her
and
and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart
son and Ray Hirshfield were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Marquart and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family moved last Thursday to their
home they bought of Sidney Balmer.
Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl and Mrs.
Ella Dillman and granddaughter
Marilyn Dillman were Sunday dinner
guests of Mrs. Katie Lory.
Mrs. Harry Clouser returned home
last week after spending 3 weeks
with her daughter Mrs. D. I. Dennis
and family of Bowling Green.
few
and
Richard Schaublin spent a
days with his grandparents Mr.
Mrs. W. C. Schaublin.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Herr
a son last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Habbager spent
Sunday afternoon at the Amos Ger
ber home.
Mrs. Metta Dean of Bluffton, O.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman of Berne,
Ind., spent Sunday afternoon at the
Mrs. Lenore Myers home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and
son, Mr. and Mrs. John Marquart
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brice Main
spent Sunday evening at the Charley
Gossman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dailey, Mrs.
Harry Clouser and Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Gratz called Friday evening
on Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gratz.
Boutwell
Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
spent Sunday with Mr. and
C. Schaublin
2/c of
Walter Badertscher SK
Grosse Isle Mich., spent the week end
at the home of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Badertscher. Other Sun
day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Badertscher and son, Carol
and Shirley Frantz. Afternoon call
ers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zim
merman and family and Mrs. Dwight
Frantz.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher
and family were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hatha
way and family.
Mrs. Richard Badertscher and dau
ghter Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. David
McDonald of Detroit, Mich. called
Saturday at the Sam Badertscher
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher
and family called Friday evening on
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and
family.
Pandora
Davidson has returned to
from Lima Memorial Hos-
Grover
his home
pital much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean Steiner
and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Steiner and
family of Lima spent Sunday in the
N. G. Steiner home.
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
bert Wenger, received his discharge
from the Coast Guard and has re
turned to his home here.
Rex Bell, a former teacher in the
school here, spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. James Suter and other
friends.
Miss Helen Reimund spent the
week end with friends in Cleveland.
Leonard Steffen who has been in
the Navy spent Saturday and Sun
day with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Steffen and family. He receiv
ed his discharge on Monday.
Dr. Richard Steiner and son Mich
eal of Clarksburg, W. Va., are spend
ing a few days with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Steiner.
Rev. H. L. Mitchell, pastor of the
Missionary Church since 1942 has re
signed effective in August, to accept
a position as a teacher in the Fort
Wayne, Ind., Bible Institute.
Mrs. Harry Schumacher spent Mon
day in Toledo with Mrs. Hayden
Steiner and Mrs. Robert Brown.
Laurel Bracy, local barber, has
purchased the Clover Farm Store
from Gerald Basinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Hilty are the
parents of a daughter born in Bluff
ton Community Hospital. She has
been named Ginger Kay.
Lt. Col. Victor Goedde of Detroit,
Mich., spent several days with his
siter Mrs. Richard Krohn and family.
A number from here attended the
funeral o Charles H. Jones, real
estate agent, of Columbus Grove,
Monday.
Rev. Lionel Arnold .colored minis
ter of Oberlin, Ohio spoke at the
Methodist Church Sunday evening.
The Local Fire Department was
summoned to the home of Mrs. Zella
Hilty one day last week to fight a
roof fire.
Noah Schumacher made a business
trip to Tloedo, Monday.
Announcement is being made by
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Suter, Pandora,
of the engagement of their only dau
ghter, Elizabeth Irene, to Dwight
Dean Baumgarder, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Baumgardner.
AU Kinds eg
Miss Suter will graduate from Pan
dora high school in May.
Mr. Baumgardner has been employ
ed by the Cupp and Lemely Store in
Pandora, but will leave in the near
future for Army service. He was
graduated from Pandora high school
last year.
No definite date has been selected
for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goedde and
family of Ottawa spent Monday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krohn
and family.
Armorsville
Excavating
and
Dirt Hauling for
Fill-in
timates without obligation
onrad Bros.
Ph0ne 142-W Bluffton, Ohio
If You Want the Best in
Lawn Seed Buy
SCOTT’S LAWN SEED
For a lasting lawn of brilliant green sow Sunny
I^iwn seed. Price 75c per pound. Where the lawn
is shady or under trees sow Shaded Lawn
Price 85c per pound. The seed is packed in 1,
5 pound packages.
For best results use Scotts Turf Builder,
keeps your lawns healthy and sparkling green,
plies all vital nutrients in correct proportion and goes
twice as far.
For weedy lawns such as dandelions, plantain,
crabgrass, etc., use AMMATE Weed Killer. Use at
the rate of pound per gallon of water.
The Bluffton Milling Co
Levi
Mrs.
Mrs.
at the
Mr. and
Mr. and
Past week callers
Hauenstein home were
Cloyd Turner of Ada
Chas. Keiffer, Mr. and
Anderson, and Mr. and
Huber.
Mrs. Elmer
Mrs. K. K.
Hilty, Mrs.
Mr. and iMrs. H. O.
Imagean Ewung, Mr. and Mrs. Owen
seed.
3 and
which
Sup-
Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rotoff
and son, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Ream of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty call
ed on Mrs. Bartha Shelly, Sunday
afternoon.
Mrs. Levi Hauenstein wants o
thank the neighbors and friends for
the cards and flowers sent her during
her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of Bluff
ton spent Friday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery, Jr.
Mr. Clyde Klingler and son Kieth
called at the C. E. Klingler home
Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, Mr.
Raymond Tuttle called on Mr. and
GLAD TO LOAN
zaS
EXAMPLE: $200...repay
$14.13 per mo...18 payments
ZIP
Market & Elizabeth, Lima Phone 73
“DO WELL-
Oil
MASTE
CHICK START
Here a quality feed dutt fits in with your
care and good management a feed yea can
'bdp in raising your ducks... It's clean, wbcwesome, fresh
fiuoenb that ducks need for fast, vigorous
formula for this feed tested and approved
*Hadewith
Atr. farmer.
THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946
Mrs. Morris Dye of near Alvada Sun
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moore spent
Friday at the Harry Moore home.
D.
C. BIXEL, O. D.
BIXEL, O. D.
GORDON
122 8
EYI
Juth Main St.. Bluffton
Tight specialists
lie: 9:00 A. M—5:30 P. M.
■on.. Wed., Fri., Sat. 7:00
Office Ho
Evenings:
to 8:00 P.
Closed Thursday Afternoon.
LOi
DAL AND LONG
HAULING
Load Insured
nisilANCE
Evijry
STLUSER
BROS.
Bluffton, Ohio
YOUR OWN
o
Paul Schoenlein, Mgr.
EASY TO GET IIP CASH IN PUR! E £IP EASY TO REPAY
of proper
on for real
essential
...The
Master Mix
MASTER MIX CONCENTRATE^^
MASTER FEE!» MILL
Leland Basinger, Mqjnager
here is what yea have been leaking for
A Manure Loader That Rially Works
It saves a lot of back-breaking hours
Freeman Twi Cylinder
Hydraulic Manure Loader
It’s tractor-operated—eai
to John Deere Tractor Model
Tractor Models and M.
ly and quickly attached
A and also I. H. C.
Loads directly from manure pile to spreader.
See us about it today.
O. C. Hurley & Sons
John Deere Quality
Closed every Satui
Phone 173-W
[mplements and Service
lay night until April 1
Bluffton, Ohio
ALL DEA K REMOVED
We Pay $3 for Horses $2 for Cows
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC.

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