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County Parties Reelect
James J. Weadock, Jr., Lima at
torney, and Dr. H. M. Robuck,
Gomer, have been reelected chair
men of the Allen County Democratic
and Republican central committee,
respectively. Democratic secretary
is Mrs. Mabel McBride and the GOP
secretary is Emil Kemph former
Bluffton man.
Delphos Merchant
Plans 2-Hour Day
A Delphos merchant will establish
a two-hour a day plan this week.
He said bread and meat lines form
every morning when the store opens
and business for the day is over in
about an hour.
Lima Vet Wins Write
in Campaign
William S. Mawhoor, a World
War II veteran, was successful as a
write-in candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination for state senator
in the 32nd district, the Allen
County Board of Elections an
Delphos Youth Is West
Point Graduate
Stanley Fair, 21, of Delphos, will
Because there's no tractor ahead running down
standing grain on the opening cut, you'll save a
half-bushel of grain per acre with a Massey
Harris Self-Propelled Combine. And you can do
the work of 2!6 men. With controls at your finger
tips, you pilot the Combine like driving an auto
mobile ... a great feeling of independence when
you handle your harvest alone. With no tractor
power required, you save fuel and motor main
tenance—you can figure on saving V2 gallon of
fuel per acre. And because you can work faster
and easier wl.h a Massey-Harris Self-Propelled,
you'll finish your harvest sooner with more time
tor other farm jobs. Remember, too, you can un
load "on the go" another important time
saving advantage.
Two models to choose from—12 or 14-foot cu
No. 21, Brigade-Proved on more than 4 million
acres ... or the 7-foot Self-Propelled "Clipper"
—with famous 3-point construction plus the Self
Propelled feature.
And the P.T.O. 6-Foot “Clipper”—
Still the Recognized Leader in its Field
Harvest after harvest the "Clipper” wins new friends through
its unmatched ability to save difficult crops ... scoop down and
rescue tangled grain. Three-Point construction tells the story:
(1) Full 6 or 7-foot cut (2) 5-foot Rasp bar cyiindor (3) Full width,
straight-thru separation.
If your acreage doesn’t require a Self-Pn
105 E. Elm Street
be graduated from the U. S. 1
tary Academy, West Point, June 4,
after which he will be commissioned
in the Coast Artiliery Corps.
Churches To Collect
Corn For Relief
A car load of corn for European
relief, the second from Brethren
Churches in this area, is being as
sembled for shipment before June 1.
Church officials in charge of the
project say 1,100 bushels of corn al
ready delivered, were hauled by 25
The Brethren Church Service Com
mittee also has shipped seven car
loads of cattle and 55,800 hatching
eggs to Europe. The eggs were
flown to Poland accompanied by a
representative of the Brethren
Accused Trio To Get
Sanity Test
Psychiatrists at Lima State
Hospital for the Criminally Insane
had under observation three Lima
men accused of conducting immoral
relationships among a large number
of teen-age boys.
The three, already indicted on
morals charges by the grand jury,
were ordered to the institution yes
terday for a 15-day period by Com
mon Pleas Judge Moran B. Jenkins.
His directive postponed their May
28 trial.
Accused of immoral relationships
with some 150 high school youths
pelled Combine, you’ll
want the test tractor
drawn combine avail
able ... by all odds
the Massey-Harris
6-foot and 7-foot cut.
Bluffton Farm Equipment Co
men are
E. F. Schmidt, Prop.
Bluffton Massey-Harris Dealer
Open Saturday Evenings
Practice Typing Paper
Standard Size 8 1-2 11 Inches
500 Sheets .. 40c
(No Broken Packages)
Eluffton Notus Office
alias John Daniels, former Zanes
ville minister and erstwhile local
radio announcer Richard Hender
son, 19, and Harry S. Green.
During hearings, their attorney
held that the men were insane and
unable properly to advise
necessary to their defense.
hand on a 17-year-old girl’s arm
and asking for a kiss.
The girl testified Reid hurt her
arm. Reid said she “encouraged
Judge James B. Steiner asked:
“Did you get a kiss?”
Reid shook his head.
“Your fine will be $2,” the judge
Defer Sentence In
Baby Smothering
William E. Albright, 35, and his
wife, Olive. 30, were in Lima State
Hospital for 30-day observation fol
lowing pleas of guilty in Van Wert
yesterday to charges of first degree
manslaughter of their new-born
Imposition of sentence was de
ferred pending the hospital exam
ination. The infant was found
smothered in a grave at the family
home, April 12.
MODEL 21—12 or 14-FT. CUT
6-FT. P. T. O.
Phone 260-W
Tries To Kiss Her Is
Fined $2.00
Jack Reid, 22, paid $2 for a kiss
he did not get.
Reid was accused of putting his
Plant Operating Five
Times Prewar Rate
Optimism toward future output of
the Buckeye Traction Ditcher Co.
was expressed at Findlay by Charles
W. Perelle, new president of Gar
Wood Industries, Inc,, parent con
cern of the plant.
Perelle said the plant is operating
on a schedule five times its prewar
rate and only slightly less than the
war peak.
Findlay Youth Wins
Twenty northern Ohio high school
pupils were announced as winners
of four-year scholarships to Adelbert
College of Western Reserve Univers
Ten of the awards went to Cleve
land pupils. The other winners in
cluded Earl D. Rees, Findlay.
Arrest Six In Traffic
Six arrests were made and 287
warnings issued by State Highway
Patrolmen in a traffic safety check
on Routes 2 and 6 near Sandusky,
O., Lieut. S. D. Augenstein, com
mander of District A, said.
Five arrests were for driving
without drivers’ licenses, and the
sixth for operation of a motor ve
hicle without brakes.
Lieutenant Augenstein said the
next inspection will be on Rt. 23,
south of Marion.
Teachers Ask Extra
School Levy
The Findlay Schoolmasters’ Club,
composed of men teachers, petition
ed the Findlay Board of Education
to submit an extra three-year two
mill tax levy to voters in November
as a means of providing funds for
teacher salary increases and for
The club contended that a levy of
less than two mills would be in
Mt. Cory Seniors Re
ceive Diplomas
Twenty-six seniors were graduated
from the Mt. Cory High School.
Valedictory honors were won by
Marie Bishop and Jane Dukes was
Other graduates were James
Green, Carol Henry, Joan Carr,
Doris Jean Badertscher, Dorothy
Bracy, James Brecht, Betty Lou
Crow, Robert Flick, Daryl Hartman,
Ruth Jones.
Robert Klingler, Irene Marquart,
Carl Montgomery, Judith Montgom
ery, Keith Moyer, Roderick Nonna
maker, Marilyn Reiter, Bette Schaf
er, James Schafer.
Evelyn Steinman, Ruth Von Stein,
Leo Watkins, Geniece Wagner and
Hah Lee Wilch.
Mail Carrier Has New
Something new was added to the
hum-drum life of a city mail carrier
when Arthur Fout found a live
crow in a mailbox at a Kenton
street corner. Since the bird had
no return address and carried no
postage, it aided the Hardin County
Game association fund for a rifle
club, by the bounty paid for crows
in Hardin county.
Teacher Resigns
Miss Ruth Barrett, Ada grade
school teacher, has been offered a
contract to teach in Venezuela and
has resigned her position in Ada.
50 Years Of Vehicle
John Barker of Kenton is begin
ning to believe that his wash days
will never end.
He rounded out his 50th year as
a launderer of cars, buggies and
wagons Saturday and estimated he
has washed 146,000 vehicles.
Barker’s wash days began May
18, 1896, when he was hired by the
Southard and Son Livery Stable in
Kenton. With 110 rigs to clean,
taler P. Smith
Successor to A. M. Smith Son
Phone 451-J
132 W. Crawford
Findlay, Ohio
ED BAME, Representative
Findlay, Ohio Phone 3012-M
including wagons belonging to
Wells-Fargo, American Express and
U. S. Express companies, his daily
average then was 35 rigs.
He also tended the horses and
drove for funerals. The livery kept
10 funeral rigs.
He added automobiles to his
laundry list in 1908.
O. N. U. To Graduate
Forty-six candidates will receive
degrees at the 75th commencement
of Ohio Northern University, June
Lightning Strikes Man
Tenth Time
Charles Brown, Kenton, “human
lightning rod,” received his 10th
strike by lightning.
Mr. Brown, who had been struck
nine times previously, was standing
in the Kenton Public Library re
ceiving a book from the librarian,
Miss W’inifred Decker, when the
shock made him unconscious. He
is recovering.
Eight Hardin Schools
Graduate 126
One hundred and twenty-six
seniors are being graduated from
eight Hardin County schools this
Bull Chases Fox After
Calf Is Attacked
Papa came to the rescue when a
fox attacked a week-old calf at the
farm of Louis Pfeiffer, near Kenton.
Mrs. Pfeiffer said she saw the
fox approach the calf, but that a
bull charged the animal. The fox
Butter, But No Bread
What good is butter without
That was the question asked by a
Kenton physician who was success
ful in purchasing a pound of butter
at a grocery store.
When he arrived home, he found
his wife had purchased a pound in
the country and that a friend had
brought another pound.
However, they found the bread
box empty.
Vets’ Pet Killed By
Train At Ada
“Corky,” three-year-old cocker
spaniel and the first pet of Vets
burg, Ohio Northern University
trailer camp, was killed by a Penn
sylvania train.
Acquired by James Wilson while
he was in the air forces, the dog
had been in every state and had
made numerous air trips with its
“Corky” visited throughout the
trailer area dailx, the favorite play
mates being two ducklings which
the dog frequently carried from
place to place in its mouth.
Ottawa Mayor Heads
Relief Aid
Mayor T. F. McElroy of Ottawa,
announced that he has accepted the
chairmanship for the Putnam county
campaign to obtain funds or food
to starving nations.
Lift Building Curb Of
Ottawa Food Plant
Albert Klausing, president of the
Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, an
nounced that he has conferred with
Civilian Production officials in
Toledo and that arrangements have
been worked out for continued con
struction of the new factory build
ing being erected by the Vitro-Nu
Food Laboratories, Inc., at Ottawa.
Work has been temporarily halted
at the factory site on the west side
of route 65 at the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad, on an order from an
inspector for the C. P. A.
Construction on the new building
had progressed to a point where
workmen were ready to begin roof
ing the structure. Being erected at
an estimated cost of $20,000, the
new’ plant is expected to be in
operation for the manufacture of
food products from soybeans by late
in 1946.
Grove Seniors Home
After Being “Stuck”
Thirty-five members of the senior
class of Columbus Grove high school,
on the first class trip of pupils in
some years, were stranded in
Chicago as railroad transportation
They left Lima by Pennsylvania
train at 5 a. m. Thursday for a
one-day sight-seeing tour of the
“windy city,” expecting to arrive
back home at 1 o’clock Saturday
Eldon Shook, principal, telephoned
back to Supt. E. L. Smith that the
railroad company had put the 35
students in a Chicago hotel with a
promise to return them to Lima if
trains were not yet running Satur
“Everyone had a little money and
they had a swell time,” the principal
reported. In tl^e meantime, their
own school bus remained parked at
the Pennsy station in Lima, w’aiting
for them.
Arriving in Lima Sunday the
group were taken home without
further mishap.
Start Work On Gilboa
Phone Building
Construction of the brick building
to house the apparatus for Gilboa’s
new dial telephone system was
started with Adolph Kress and his
workmen, contractors in charge.
Man, 92, Has 110
Marion Featheringill, 92, retired
farmer formerly of Col. Grove, died
at his home near Attica Saturday
morning. Death was due to senility.
He is survived by 110 descendants.
He was a member of the Con
gregational Christian church of Col.
Grove where services were Tuesday.
Rev. Ray M. Seeley officiated with
burial in Truro cemetery.
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They go for,
N. P. Stephens, 33 Factory St.
Please send me 3 pair firs
Banner Chick Starter
and Grower
The Bluffton Milling Co.
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Include a one Dollar bill with /order, NO CHECKS or MONEY
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Name ...
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1946
The State of Ohio,
Allen County, se.
Estate of Catharine A. Lory, Deceased.
Edward E. Lory, 217 W. Grand Ave.. Lima,
Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as
Executor of the estate of Catharine A. Lory,
late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 7th day of May, 1946.
Probate Judge
The State of Ohio,
Allen County, as.
Estate of Thomas O. Allgire, Deceased.
Leia A. Smith of Kalida. Ohio, has been
appointed and qualified as Administratrix of
the estate of Thomas O. Allgire, late of
Allen County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 7th day of May, 1946.
6 Probate Judge
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