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PAGE SIX
Mt Cory
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith and
children of Rawson were recent
guests of Mrs. Ethel Roberts, at New-
castle, Indiana, and attended ser
vices at the Methodist church. They
also visited Marian Roberts at Ind
ianapolis, where she is supervisor at
the Coleman Medical Center.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. King, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Norman King, and children
of Mt. Cory were Monday evening
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Smith in Rawson.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Baker and
daughter Jean Baker and Joe Plum
mer of Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
McCoy and Marlene and Bob of Find
lay Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith of
Jenera were recent callers on Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Smith at Rawson.
The young girls choir under the
direction of Mrs. Gene Smith of the
Rawson Methodist church will give
an Easter Cantata.
Mrs. Ralph Green, of Lewistown,
is a house guest of Mrs. Gale Griff
ith and sons.
Ruth Ghaster of Mt. Cory called on
Mrs. Gene Smith at Rawson Friday
afternoon.
Mrs. Nettie Pitzine was called to
Lima on account of the sudden ill
ness of her sister Mrs. Jennie Flick.
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At the first sign of coccidiosis, put your1
chicks on Master Mix Waylac, a sp^ml
feed to be used as a control mash. Qmtains
no epsom salts or drugs, does ngc aehydrate
the chicks and is not too Jtfxadve. Most
important, most chick4ceep eating and
gaining weight. Stoffm. Get your copy of
the simplified, six-point, seven-day Waylac
program for coccidiosis control.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Naylor, were
callers Friday evening on Mr. and
Mrs. Dull Battles and family.
Ruth Ghaster called Monday after
noon on Mrs. Dull Battles.
Betty Balister who has been visit
ing the past week with her mother
Ethel Balister has returned to her
teaching duties at Rochester, Mich.
Miss Zelma Ingalls and Carl Trip
plehorn of Bluffton were recent call
ers of Mr. and Mrs. Dull Battles and
family.
The new fire truck has been del
ivered and the erection of the new
fire department building will soon
begin.
East Orange
Mrs. Anna Gallant of Findlay at
tended church at Riley Creek Sunday
and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Gallant and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boutwell spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Orin
Inbody and family of Ann Arbor,
Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leiber and
son^ were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sanders and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Morris and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz of
near Harrod Ho Agin, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Roberts and children of Lima
A coccidiosis ..
iHi
I Control it
quickly
(with proved
MASTER MIX WAYLAC
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland Basinger, Manager
Full Glos* Water-Proof color*.
So much easier to apply on
walls, ceilings, woodwork.
Does not show brushmarks.
Resists dirt and grease
it's really washable.
Fast Drying Long Wearing.
Covers well with One Coat
and it's so inexpensive.
BATHROOMS and KITCHENS
Only $3.85 gallon
NEW BEAUTY WITH PATTERSON-SARGENT PAINTS
Greding Hardware
Public Sale
1 Mile West of Beaverdam on Lincoln Highway
3% Mikes East of Cairo
Friday, April 19
/l:00 P. M.
25 HEAD OF CATTLE—1 Jersey cowyfi years old’ heifer
calf by side 1 Guernsey cow, 5 years oUi. due to freshen by
day of sale 1 Guernsey cow, 7 years dL heifer calf by side
1 Guernsey cow, 6 years old, heifer cdlf by side 1 Guernsey
cow, 5 years old, heifer calf by side: 2 Guernsey heifers, fresh,
with calves by side 1 Guernsey cow, 5 years old, will freshen
soon 1 Guernsey cow, 5 years old, will be fresh soon 1 Jersey
cow, fresh, calf 6 weeks old 1 Guernsey heifer giving milk,
will be fresh in October 1 Guernsey-Jersey, 4 years old, heifer
calf by side 1 Jersey-Poll Durham cow, 7 years old, calf by
side 1 Guernsey-Jersey cow, 5 years old, to be fresh soon 1
Guernsey cow, 4 years old, calf by side 1 Guernsey cow, 5
years old. calf by side 1 roan heifer, giving milk 1 Guernsey
cow, 6 years old. giving milk 1 Guernsey-Jersey cow, 6 years
old, giving milk 1 Jersey-Brown Swiss cow, giving milk 5
head extra good Shorthorn feeding cattle.
15 HOGS—3 extra good Spotted Poland China sows—2
with 11 pigs each and 1 with 7 pigs gilt with 5 pigs gilt to
farrow soon 10 bead good shoats.
V .4 .MiU xeC Ou
will pay for itself c7HckDeerinK binder 1 Kock Is*
-n planter, and other articles.
Steinman Bros.
246 Cherry Street
Owner
“Ask Steinnu w,,ver Clerk
Mrs. Will Boutwell, Mrs. Russell
Boutwell and son Dennie of Ada
were callers the past week in the B.
J. Boutw’ell home.
The Womans Missionary meeting
of the Riley Creek Baptist Church
was held in the home of Mrs. Emma
Boutwell on Wednesday afternoon
April 10th.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schaublin were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Boutw’ell.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boutwell and
grandson Dennis of Ada Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Boutwell were supper
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Boutw’ell. Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Bout
well and children Lynn Ray and Lon
nie Sue were afternoon callers.
Mrs. Harry Amstutz spent a couple
of days last week with her daughter
Mrs. Rayon Boutw’ell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Adron Van Atta of
Findlay spent last Monday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Boutwell.
Lynn Ray Boutwell was an over
night guest of his grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell.
Pleasant View
Mrs. J. Kamph of Pandora spent
Sunday with her daughter Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Neil and family.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook w’ho
spent the past two weeks visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nile New
ton and son Stanley left last Mon
day for Milwaukee, Wis., where they
will make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cramer and
family of West Independence and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Phillips and little
daughter of Fostoria spent Sunday
in the home of their mother Mrs.
L. M. Wynkoop.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hummon
who have been residing in Lima
have moved to the home of his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hummon.
Mrs. Hazel Hummon of Los An
geles, Calif., who is visiting rela
tives and friends in this community
spent Wednesday and Thursday vis
iting in Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris and
Mrs. Hazel Hummon called on their
aunt Mrs. Zetta Wiggins at Bowl
ing Green Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lewis Wynkoop spent Thurs
day evening with her mother Mrs.
Elmer Schaublin who has been moved
to her home in Bluffton from the
Bluffton Community Hospital.
Pleasant Hill
Victory Class meeting will be held
at the home of Cecil Hartman Friday
eve.
Rev. and Mrs. Tinsler and family
of Ada were Sunday afternoon visit
ors at the home of Dennis Brauen.
Past week callers at the Oscar Zim
merman home were Mrs. Mildred
Gleason, Mrs. Paul Faze and Mrs.
Mac Andrew’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton, Mr.
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Bixel Motor Sales
Telephone 172-W
131 Cherry St. Bluffton, Ohio
THE BLUFFTON BLUFFTON, OHIO
and Mrs. Ray Stratton and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards of Colum
bus Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pifer
of Jenera were Sunday visitors at the
Maurice Bell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips were
Sunday dinner guests at the home of
Harold Younkman of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman and
grandson were Saturday callers at
Arthur Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes called
at the Jake Traucht home Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze visited the
Cecil Hartman home Sunday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gleason called
on Mr. and Mrs. Zahrend in Waynes
field Sunday.
Past week callers at the Huber Fett
home were Mrs. Earl Stuart, Gladyce
Hasafross, Hiram Reichenbach, Ray
Startton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hess, Rev.
and Mrs. Tinsler and daughters.
Beaverdam
Carl Beery has accepted a position
with the American Telegraph and
Telephone Co. at Kalamazoo, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Conrad of
Bluffton were Friday eve callers of
Mrs. Maggie Weaver.
Mrs. Ira Larue, Mrs. Mary Schick,
Mrs. Russell Wolfe, Mrs. Everett
Rowland, Mrs. Clara Jennings and
Mrs. Ed Cook attended the Farm
Womens Federation Spring Confer
ence at the Congregational Christian
Church at Lima on Thursday.
Mrs. Etta Yant was a Wednesday
visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hart
man and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tripp of Day
ton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Delmer Beery.
Mrs. Orville Huber entertained on
Wednesday eve a group of friends
celebrating her birthday anniversary.
Present were Mrs. Harmon Downey,
Mrs. A. J. Lutterbein, Mrs. G. T.
Arnold, Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. Everett
Rowland, Mrs. Russell Wolfe, Mrs.
Arthur Pugh and Mrs. Russell Brack
ney of Lafayette.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beery and dau
ghter Sally Jo of Lima were Sunday
eve dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Michael and family.
Miss Adda Yoakam spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thomas at
Holden.
Mrs. Wm. Lutterbein entertained
the members of the Leisure Hour
Club at her home on Tuesday eve.
The tw’o local churches will cooper
ate in a Sunrise Service to be held at
the church of Christ at 6:30 A. M.
Easter Sunday, April 21. The public
is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. John Augsburger, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Younkman were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Larue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kramer spent
Sunday at the home of O. L. Kramer
i of Defiance.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pummel of
Lima have moved on the Georgia
Yerger farm.
Richland Center
James Gratz returned home last
Monday evening after receiving his
discharge from the Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Alderfer and
daughter of Lancaster, Pa., Mr. and
Mrs. Donivan Gratz and son of
Souderton, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Amstutz were Monday evening
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Bixel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reno Gratz
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter called Friday evening
on Mr. and Mrs. Francis Basinger
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz called
Sunday evening on Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Maidlow and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family were Sunday evening supper
guests at the Amos Gerber home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Althaus and
family spent Friday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon spent Thursday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett
and daughters Joan and Doris.
Miss Mary Gratz was a Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Gratz and son James. Afternoon
callers were Mrs. Ralph Wolfley
and daughters Beverly and Marylin
of Kenton, Mr. Hershel Moser and
son Dick of Columbus Grove, James
Stratton and Mrs. Minnie Moser.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harris
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin
and family spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schaublin.
Richard returned home with them
after spending the past two weeks
with his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser and
son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Gratz spent Thursday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gratz and son
James.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and
family were Monday evening supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhoads and
family of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs.
Walton Alderfer and daughter of
Lancaster, Pa., were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Am
stutz.
LaFayette
Miss Ann Akerman was a week-end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ack
erman. of Xenia.
Mrs. Okla Frazier of Lima was a
week-end guest of Miss Lillian Desen
berg.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Diller and dau
ghters Sandra and Karan of Bluffton,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Doernberg
and son, Bobby Jay of Spencerville
w’ere Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Blunden were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Fredericks of Dola.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coon and son of
Lima were Sunday evening guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Desenberg and
daughter.
Mrs. Louise Cloore spent several
days with Mrs. Pearl Sharritts of
Lima.
Miss Ruth Alice Thompson of Lima
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Dorance Thompson.
Mr. Clifford Hall of Lima spent
Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Hall.
LaFayette-Jackson
School News
By Betty Lou North
The Booster Club is sponsoring a
dance April 20.
LaFayette F. F. A. had as guests
The Ada Chapter F.F.A., Tuesday
evening at a meeting at the school.
A business meeting was held follow
ed by recreation and refreshments.
The meeting was enjoyed by all.
Basketball awards were given out
by Oliver Hagar, basketball coach,
Friday during chapel. Those to re
ceive rewards were: Bill Hall, Bill
Hawk, Kenneth Bowyer, Norman Bix
el, Cletus Gerig, Glenn Schick, Ed
Snyder, and Theodore McCague, Man
ager. Cheerleaders, Betty Rundio,
Rosalee Emerick, and Lois Werling,
also received their rewards.
The Junior play, “Hillbilly Court
ship” will be given Thursday, April
25, in Lafayette-Jackson auditorium.
The Jr.-Sr. Banquet has been set
for May 11.
The annual, “Golden Memories,” is
rapidly taking form. Pictures ar
rived last week for it. The typists
are to begin work on the annual
pages sometime in the immediate
future.
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The results of the Eisteddfod,
which was held at LaFayette, are as
follows: Baritone solo, Jack Wilder
muth, second lyric solo, Joan Boyd,
first bass solo, Bill Hawk, second
tenor solo, Stanley Salter, second
girls’ trio, Joan Boyd, Joan Hefner,
Betty Lou North, first boys’ glee
club, first mixed quartet, Stanley,
Salter, Joan Boyd, Betty Lou North,
Nolan Younkman, second girls’ glee
club, first mixed chorus, second.
At Bowling Green State College
last Saturday Joan Boyd and Jack
Wildermuth were chosen to go to the
State Musical Festival May 11, with
their respective solos. They were
both rated as superior. Gerald Clum
and Carolyn Vore, soloists boys’
octet and mixed octet, all rated sec
ond or excellent. The boys’ octet
consisted of Gerald Clum, Stanley
Salter, Danny Reed, Nolan Younk
man, Jack Wildermuth, Bud Early,
Fred Sumney, and Jim Bassett. The
mixed octet consisted of Stanley Sal
ter, Bud Early, Joan Boyd, Marilyn
Houston, Mary Jane Saunders, Betty
Lou North, Fred Sumney, and Nolan
Younkman.
When electricity can be bought for
five cents a kilowatt-hour, a man or
woman would earn from one-fourth
to one cent per hour doing work
which could be done by an electric
motor.
30th ANNUAL SALE
OF THE
Auglaize Co. Short
horn Breeders
Association
ROYAL ROTHES
Owned by Harvey Hoewischer and Son
Sidney. Ohio
Mon., April 22, 1946
AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP
Sale At Wapakoneta
Fairgrounds,
Wapakoneta, Ohio
65 HEAD OF THE BEST
SHORTHORNS
rVER SOLD BY THIS FAMOUS
BREEDERS ASSOCIATION
W. H. STEVA, Manager
St Marys, Ohio
Elrose
There will be an Easter Sunrise
Service held at the Olive Branch
Church Sunday morning at 6:30 spon
sored by the young people of the
church. Both young and old of the
community are invited to attend.
Jeanette and Gareth Basingea spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Kaye Nonnamaker.
Dean Hoffer is .convalescing at the
Bluffton Hospital following an ap
pendix operation. He is the little son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Baker of
Fort Wayne, Ind., and Mrs. J. D.
Clymer were supper guests at the
Myron Stratton home. Other callers
were Mrs. Florence Scothorn, Mrs.
Ivan Montgomery, daughter Nancy
and son David.
Chas. Nonnamaker spent Saturday
at the Ami Nonnamaker home. Sun
day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Klingler son Howard and
daughter Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Klingler of Ada Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Nonnamaker and sons Dean and
Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nonna
maker were afternoon callers.
Miss Marilyn Neff has been in
the sick list.
Mrs. Emmeline Nonnamaker, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Nonnamaker, dau
ghter Kaye, were supper guests Sun
day evening at the Lendon Basinger
home.
Entomologists from the Connecti
cut Experiment Station report that
sulphathiazole mixed in sugar water
cured foul brood in colonies of bees.
Analysis of the honey made by the
bees showed a trace of the drug
present.
Ask for Mr. I
Single Truss, $12.50
Toledo Office, Suite 86C
They go for
^THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946
Shipments of vegetable oils from
Pacific areas have begun, but nation
al authorities say the amount of such
oils will not reach any considerable
volume until fall. Prospects for su
gar are a little better, as the low
point will be passed when the Cuban
crop is processed. The 1946 sugar
production is expected to exceed that
of 1945.
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Hybrid Seed Corn
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Vote for
JAMES M.
JACOBS
FOR
Allen County
i Commissioner
Republican Ticket
’rimary Election May 7, 1946
Your Support Appreciated.
Ja) ties M. Jacobs, R. R. 3, Lima, Ohio
Banner Chick Starter
and Grower
Prevents Heavy
Flushing’ No E
Saves Labor I
Costs Less!
IMMUNITY to Bloody
josses Maintains
isom Salt! No Spray
Saves Litter! Saves
ist FEED your chicks
!n that’s how easy
Our C-KA-GENE Feed Builds
Coccidiosis!
Growth—No
ing Litter!
Chicks
our C-KA-GENE Treated Rati
it is to avoid large losses from/ Bloody Coccidiosis now!
The Bluffton Milling Co.
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $3 for Horses $2 for Cows
BUCKEYE REDU^HON COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
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