Richland Grange will meet next
Tuesday night. Roll call, men: what
I intend to plant this year women:
gardening hints. Poem, Mary
Schlick whistling solo, Raymond
Stratton ironing demonstration, Mrs.
Meeting of Bluffton Eastern Star
chapter next Tuesday night.
The Alpha Gamma club will
with Mrs. Harry Bogart, Friday
night at 8:30 o’clock. The following
program has been arranged: What’s
being done about Cancer, Mrs. B. W.
Travis Quackery in Medicine, Mrs.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
The Orange Township Farm
Woman’s club will meet with Mrs.
Eleanor Marshall, Thursday after
noon, April 4. The program follows:
Devotionals, Cleo Hursey Roll
call, Easter Bible verse Risen, Lil
lian Anderson Reading, Maude Fish
er Book review, Eulalia Warren.
Alice Freeman Club
W. M. Niswander entertained
Freeman club Wednesday
Mrs. Katherine Badertscher.
The program: Book re
D. W. Bixler Nursing,
Mrs. Gilbert Fett and Mrs. M. R.
Bixel entertained the Century- Circle
at the Walnut Grill, Wednesday
afternoon. The following program
was given: Mentor Graham, Mrs.
Clyde Warren Child Guidance, Mrs.
Miss Dorothy Lee Hardwick was
honored on her fourteenth birthday
anniversary with a surprise party at
of Miss Phyllis Hardwick,
and contests were diver
prizes were won by Carol
Sechler, Jane Risser and Kae Berry
For Vigor and Health
include meat in youf
Always ready you.
Many lovely gifts were received by
the honor guest.
A dainty luncheon was served in
candlelight by Miss Phiyllis Hard
wick and Mrs. Floyd Hardwick.
Present were: Carol Sechler, Rae
lene Campbell, Jane Risser, Mary
Louise Balmer, June Habegger, Willa
Ann Hilty, Dorothy Rae Amstutz,
Mary Jean Ramseyer, Kae Berry,
Ada May Oyer, Peggy Young,
Charleen Miller and Carolyn Motter.
Regrets were sent by Peggy Balmer.
Honoring Mrs. C. H. Garster, the
former Miss Ora Spangler, a recent
bride, a shower was held at the home
of Mrs. Theo. Stepleton in Lima,
Present were: Mrs. Peter Wiebe,
Willard Mrs. Geo. Howe, Centerville
Mrs. John Ramseyer, Columbus Mrs.
Garnie Powell, Rawson Mrs. Harold
Gooding, Delaware Mrs. A. C.
Spangler, Mrs. Lida Burkholder, Mrs.
John Stonehill, Mrs. Mary Ellen
Barkimer, Mrs. Leland Diller.
Those sending gifts: Mrs. Howard
Wideman, Pontiac, Mich. Mrs. Bar
ton Wilson, Findlay Mrs.
Lehman, Berne, Ind. Mrs.
Hikington,' Westerville Mrs.
Hess, Findlay Mrs. Paul
gardner, Harrod Mrs.
Scothorn, Findlay Myrtle
Home Council Tea
The Allen County Home
Achievement day tea will be held in
the Y. W. C. A. rooms, West Market
street, Lima, Thursday afternoon at
1:30 o’clock. All women invited.
controller. Sealed in airtight
iting efficiency. Handles $£*^95
Deluxe sealed power
container. Higher op er
up to 15 mi. of fence.
Sealed power combine ______
110 Volts A.C. Hermetfcally sealed in airtight
container. Only two mowing parts....................
Electronic fence controller, all electrical 10 Volt A.C
Completely automatic, i
ed against radio and tel
)on fence controller, 6V. D.C. or
i moving parts. Shield-gx 075
ihone interruption.... U
Miss Joanne Buhler was hostess to
the A-Sharp club, Thursday night.
The program included a sketch of
the life of Victor Herbert by John
for Your tar
If its available you'll find it at
Bauman and an outline of his operas
by Joe Smucker together with a
piano number by Sara Jane Huser.
The club is announcing a concert to
be given at the College chapel,
Allen County Farm Bureau Council
No. 1 will meet at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Waldo Hofstetter, Tuesday
night at 8 o’clock.
In memory of my dear mother,
Laura D. Ghaster who passed away
March 26, 1945. Ruth Ghaster, dau
I cannot say, I will not say
That she is dead—she is just away
With a cheery smile and wave of the
These are new shares,
processed to last ten times
as long as ordinary shares
—and they require no at
Carried in stock: I. H.
C., John Deere, A. C. and
For Smoother Motoring
Marathon Gasoline, Oils and Grea
Tires Tubes Batteries
For better spring plowing
We are equipped to overhaul the motor and rejuvenate
the finish of your car to make it shine like new.
See Us About It Today.
Marathon Sales and Service
Authorized Hudson Agency
N. Main & Elm Sts. Phone 207-W
Wade Car/oll, Prop.
6 Volt Hot Shot
This Special Offer
Ends April 6th
uy Your Fencer
Any item in this ad offered in
a combination deal is available
to purchaser separately and in
dividually at the applicable ceil
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
She has wandered into an unknown
And left me dreaming how very fair
It needs must be since she lingers
And you, O you, who the wildest yearn
For the old time step and the glad
Think of her still the same as I say
She is not dead—she is just away.
Grain (bushel prices)—W heat
81.73 corn $1.12 oats 80c soys $2.04.
Read the classified ads.
Continued from Page 3
fishing season has arrived and many
anglers are really having some sport
at the Buckeye quarry.
Ezra Basinger hooked onto another
tackle buster at the National quarry
Sunday. Basinger landed a 4’? lb.
bass on his casting rod using a plug
to lure the fish.
Monday evening Mrs. Bernita
Wooley Rt. 1. Bluffton, landed a
nice bass and Harold Crawfis snagged
Plan to Raise Pheasants
The Sportsmen’s Club will again
enter the pheasant chick rearing pro
gram this year. Ten cages of chicks
will be raised. The young pheasants
Phone us today and our truck will stop and pick
up for marketing your
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
You can’t afford to waste time these fine spring
days hauling produce to market—we’ll look after that
and give you more time to get your spring tillage done.
Phone us today—-our truck will stop at yourpt?[ce
Next to Town Hall
10 Different Coverings to Choose from
Gives you a new living rom suite and an extra
bed for emergen^ es.
Selection of harmonizing shades see
Basinger’s Furniture Store
“Forty-three Years of DepentMble Service”
mile north and 3 \'z miles e
Beginning at 1:00 P. Ml.
Milk Cows, Young Cattle, Brood Sows and Pigs,
Feed and Grain.
John Wilkins, Jr. and P. W. Es singer, Owners
Thrapp and Warren, Auctioneers
Chark s Kinsinger
Bl iffton phone 492-W
Studio-davenport with upholstered chair to match
it of Jenera
Rio Grande Valley
Marsh Pink and Maifeh Seedless
By the Box, Bag or Dozen
141 S. Main, Bluffton, Ohio
Just Across from the Post Office
wall be approximately 4 weeks old
upon arrival from the state farms.
Club mmebers will raise them an ad
ditional six weeks. This year any
person who would like to raise a cage
of birds will be furnished fifteen
chicks, a wire screened cage 4 ft.
See these chicks and
246 Cherry Stree
and Die a
The undersigned will s
Equipment Co., 105 East 1
^THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946
Healthy Started Chicks
at Reduced Prices
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co
10 ft. 2 ft., and sufficient feed for
the rearing period.
Thise interested in the program
contact Roy Clements, Rt. 2, director
of pheasant management for the club,
or Edgar Root, director in charge of
White Rocks—2 weeks old
Barred Rocks—1 week old
White Rocks—1 week old
New Hampshire Reds—1 week old
White Rock cockerels—1 week old
3 days old.
et our prices before you buy
e way to convert
own house into an
ve modern home
right over worn
The rich texture of Johns-Manville Asbestos Siding
Shingles hat) the charm of finest wood—will transform
the appearance of your home. At the same time, these
shingles save you money year after year. They require
no preservative treatment and are permanent as stone.
Because they pre made of asbestos and cement they are
fireproof and rotproof. Make your home snugger and
tighter, too. Are easily applied right over your old
siding. Low in cost. For free estimate call...
This is a nice
should be seen to be appreciated,
tend this sale.
Thrapp & Warren, Auctioneers
ods and All Kinds of Tool
?11 at public auction at the Bluffton Farm
Street, near town hall, Bluffton, Ohio.
Saturday Evening, Mar. 30
BEGINNING AT 7:30 P. M.
The following property:
Living room suite 4-picIe blond walnut bedrom suite Sellers
breakfast set Sellers utility Cabinet cedar wardrobe cedar chest
Standard sewing machine Zerifth cabinet radio small radio electric
clock chair and ottoman occ
desk and chair 3 floor lamps
complete set of attachments
telephone stand and chair bat
table card table and 4 chairs r^und mirror small mirror halltree
ironing board Hot Point electric Von5 9 by 12 rug with 2 small rugs
to match several small rugs lotted clothes and linens, some never
used electric heating pad 2
ware lot Fiesta dishes
electric waffle irons:
dishes and cookin
tray laundry mo
ional chair small book case walnut
3 small lamps Hoover sweeper and
oodrow electric washing machine
oom scales Bissels sweeper coffee
jng camp chairs Fostoria glass
minum ware electric toaster 2
ith attachments all kinds of
2 electric fans, inlaid rosewood coffee
softener good casting rod and reel, and
clean lot of furniture and dishes, like new, and
If you want something nice, at-
Electric drill press small power hack saw large vice Black &
Decker bench grinder 1/3 H. P. motor large work bench lawn
mower grinder machinist’s tool chest machinist hammers, all sizes
set of Starrett tool makers buttons & S toolmakers dividers and
calipers parallel clamps Z & S combination square Starrett uni
versal surface gage microscope set pin punches Lufkin radius gage
set internal and external vernier caliper 2 micrometers 0 to 1 inch
micrometer 1 to 2 inches micrometer 2 to 3 inches Lufkin tebs
coping gages tap and die set pair & S “v” block and clamps Luf
kin 18 inch scale toolmaker’s vice Monark utility grinder hacksaw
frame and blades set of No. 2 cut Nicholson silversmith rifflers lot
of “c” clamps set good screw drivers set shockless nut drivers.
This is a partial list of tool and die makers and machinist’s tools
to give an idea of what you may expect at this sale. If you are in
tereted. come and see what we have to offer.
HAROLD WENGER, Owner
Marshall & Ream, Clerks
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