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PAGE SIX
ALLEN COUNTY
Delphos Swim Pool
Profitable
swimming
as well as
The Delphos municipal
pool is proving profitable
popular.
paid for
Despite improvements
this year, expenses so far have been
$2,600, compared to receipts of $2,
912.30, leaving a profit of $312.30.
Admission totaled 17,307, up 3,000
from the total for the same period
in 1945.
Bull Runs Up Roasting
Ear Bill
Partners in the ownership of a
bull at Delphos are estimating dam
ages their investment caused when
the bull, apparently dissatisfied with
grass, broke out of its confines and
had a feast of roasting ears in sev
eral lots. The owners agreed to
purchase corn to refund the bull’s
dinner.
Need 750 Workers As
Tomato Canners
Charles Laman, government re
cruiter for labor in the 1,100-acre
fyfaooPS
that’s what a fel­
low does when he
comes to us, gets a
loan and pays all bills.
Then repays his loan
a little at a time and
gets out of debt.
Sure, it’s a grand
and glorious feeling.
Try it. Phone or stop
for your refill of
handy *Cash I n
Purse.” For ladies and
gents alike. Just say
C. I. P. please.
Paul Schoenlein, Mgr.
Phone 73511
Tfa
City Loan
Market & Elizabeth, Lima
3S
Oils
NEWS NOTES FROM FOUR COUNTIES
tomato pack at the St. Marys Pack
ing Co. branch, said 750 workers
will be needed at Delphos.
The area of Spencerville, Middle
Point, Oakwood and Gomer will be
solicited for labor while Mexicans
and Jamaicans will help in field
work.
OPA Control Effects
Half Of Delphos
Located in Allen and an Wert
counties, Delphos is partly under
OPA rent control laws while the
Van Wert section is free from such
restrictions.
One real estate dealer said a move
ment is under way to relieve the
Allen County side of the city from
restrictions effective in that county.
HANCOCK COUNTY
Rescued From Water
Alertness of Stanton Quail, a life
guard, was credited with saving the
life of Stanley Richards, 38, Belle
fontaine, Ohio, at the municipal pool
at Findlay, recently.
Richards, who was attending a
church picnic in Findlay, was seen
by Quail to dive and sink in the
bottom of the pool. A fire depart
ment resuscitation crew revived the
man after a half hour.
Yearbook Now Ready
The 1946 edition of the Trojan,
Findlay Senior High school yearbook,
finally was ready for distribution
after being strike-bound at an en
graving plant since spring. It us
ually is distributed at the close of
the school year.
Findlay Station Grant
ed FCC License
The Federal Communications Com
mission granted the application of
the Findlay Radio Co., licensee of
Station WFIN, for a new frequency
modulation station at Findlay, sub
ject to engineering conditions.
Man,
79, Hikes 12 Miles
To Reunion
Sherbrook, 79, Bairdstown,
a veteran oil worker, but
Grant
may be
he’s still a youngster in spirit.
Mr. Sherbrook walked 12 miles
from his home to Findlay to attend
the annual reunion of the Ohio Oil
Co.-Buckeye Pipe Line Co. veterans
at the Findlay Country Club. And
he danced a jig and kicked over his
head several times to emphasize for
135 other veteran oil and pipe line
workers that the hike meant little
to him.
Peter McArthur, 94, Arcadia, was
the oldest veteran present.
Officers elected are: C. D. Alt-
Cooking
is rated
best
As a great surge of peacetime patronage
returns along
Atlantic City^s Boardwalk
haus, president J. D. Bailey, vice
president E. B. Seiple, secretary
treasurer.
Vets Picnic Planned By
Legion Post
Ralph D. Cole Post, American Le
gion, is sponsoring a “welcome home”
picnic for all veterans of World War
II at Riverside Park in Findlay on
August 14. All veterans of Hancock
county and their families are in
vited.
July Dry In Findlay
The last month w’as Findlay’s
driest July in six years, according
to records of the weather observer.
Only 0.92 of an inch of rain fell in
Findlay during the month.
HARDIN COUNTY
Plan Team Pull For
Ada Picnic
Seven prizes totaling $100 will be
offered in the team pulling contest,
one of the features of the 33rd an
nual Farmers & Merchants ’picnic
and homecoming to be held this year
on August 21 at Memorial park. The
contest is open to all and approxi
mately 25 entries are expected.
Alger Holds Team Pull
Deshler and Maplewood teams won
firsts in a team pulling contest held
at the L. S. Preston farm, one-half
mile south of Alger. There were 13
teams entered in the lightweight
and nine teams entered in the heavy
weight contests.
C. J. Rayle of Deshler, won first
in the lightweight pull as his 3160
pounds team moved the 6500 pound
weight.
In the heavyweight contest, Ben
Alexander, of Maplewood, took first
honors when his team moved the
7,000 pound weight the full distance.
Russians Sang News
To Jap Prisoners
Prisoners of the Japanese for two
and a half years, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Hobbs, Kenton visitors, told
friends in Kenton how Russian
workers in a chemical plant outwit
ted the enemy and sang news to the
tune of the “Volga Boatman” to keep
the prisoners abreast of world hap
penings. They said the Japanese
never suspected the ruse.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs said they
were not subjected to torture by the
Japanese, except for crowding and
poor food. They lived in one room,
714 by 15 feet, with 11 other per
sons and had no fire even when
temperatures went to 18 degrees
above zero.
^^-’HaV1NG
wc11 fulfilled
West Ohio Gas Company
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO/
PUTNAM COUNTY
Loses Foot In Combine
Frank Kopp, 35. of near Contin
ental, suffered the amputation of his
right foot, just above the ankle
after he became caught in his com
bine while harvesting oats.
When straw became choked in
the cylinder of the combine he at
tempted to kick it loose while the
machine still was running. His shoe
caught in the cylinder. His foot
was badly mangled and was so
badly entangled in the machinery
that a neighbor had to take the
cylinder apart before he could be
extricated.
Kopp retained consciousness the
full time of removal of his foot from
the machinery. He was taken to
St. Rita’s hospital, Lima, where am
putation took place.
Gilboa Hires Coach
Russell Emans, a graduate of
Bowling Green State University and
a teacher at Florida, Ohio, before
entering service, has been hired as
principal of the Blanchard Town
ship rural school at Gilboa. He will
teach mathematics and science and
be athletic coach.
Rockport
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mayberry and
family attended the Hayes Marshall
reunion held at Urbana, Sunday.
William Stephens has purchased
the Trumbo farm which he has oc
cupied for a number of years.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler of
Oceanside, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Marshall were entertained at
dinner last Wednesday evening in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Begg.
During an electrical storm last
Tuesday evening about five o’clock,
a sheep bam on the Merril Arnold
farm south of here on route 696,
was struck by lightning and totally
destroyed. Two men who were in
the bam at the time loading baled
hay were uninjured and saved their
load of hay as well as a combine
that was in the bam. The structure
was not near enough to other build
ings to endanger them and a heavy
rain was falling at the time which
also lessened the fire hazard. The
farm is known in this vicinity as
the Billy Arnold farm and is oc
cupied by a tenent.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cupp left for
Cleveland the first of the week to
be with their daughter Edythe who
underwent an operation at the Clinic
hospital in Cleveland Wednesday
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sylvester
and family of Ft. Wayne, Ind., were
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary
Sylvester and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Huber and family.
The August meeting of the Pres
byterian Missionary Society will be
held in the church Wednesday after
noon of next week with Mrs. D. C.
Campbell as the hostess. The fol
lowing program has been planned:
their important wartime task
for our Armed Forces, the Boardwalk hotels and restaurants of
Atlantic City, more attractive than ever, are icriencing a great
surge of regular and convention traffic. In addition to the idea!
i location of the resort and the fine service and appointments of these
restaurants and hotels, well prepared, tasty food to satisfy appetites
horn of the fresh, salt air is an important asset.
They find Gas the best kitchen fuel because of its flexibility
speed, cleanliness, economy, accurate controllability and other
values. They find Gas unsurpassed in turning out superb meals
(with heavy duty Gas ranges, roasting ovens, bake ovens, broilers,
deep fat fryers, toasters, steam tables, steam jacketed kettles,
griddles, coffee urns, water heaters ... for any purpose that heat
is needed in food preparation and kitchen sanitation. LL*
If you are not now enjoying the advantages of Gas in
your own kitchen, stop in and talk over with your dealer
or us the possibility of obtaining new Gas equipment as
it becomes available. When you see the new fully auto
matic gas ranges and hot water heaters, and the silent
Servel refrigerators you’ll understand why “the trend is
to GAS.”
Song “Christian Education and
Social Education and Action”, Mrs.
J. O. Cupp “Literacy Campaigns”,
Mrs. Donald Van Meter “The Chris
tian Home”, Mrs. Nelson Wells
Year Book of Prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Marshall of this
place, Mr. Frank Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Hall and Mr. Herman
Shinaberry were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Shineberry and daughter Janet of
Harrod.
Miss Rebecca Marshall who is at
tending the summer quarter at Ohio
State University in Columbus visited
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Marshall from Thursday
until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall
and sons Kenneth and Don and Miss
Rosemary McDowell of Pandora
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Marshall and daughter Ma
linda of Urbana.
Miss Jeanette Huber who has
been taking a business course at the
Northwestern School of Commerce
in Lima will complete her work
there next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Marshall, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Marshall and Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Marshall were Sunday
evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo
Marshall.
The Price family motored to east
ern Ohio Saturday to attend the
Price Reunion which was held at the
home of Alphus Martin, Sunday.
Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs.
Artie Price, Rockport and grand
son Jerry Huffman Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Basinger of Columbus Grove,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Price of Find
lay, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Huffman
of Lima.
Beaverdam
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams
spent the week end in Virginia with
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Herr and Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Zimmerman spent
Sunday at Lakeside.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pugh, Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Rowland and Miss
Irene Rowland spent Sunday in
Toledo with Miss Marian Pugh.
Mrs. Gerthie Steinhour and daugh
ter Joan of Seattle, Wash., are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
E. Downey and son Russell.
Mrs. Lillie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Anderson and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Bowers and son of
Ada, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ander
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Anderson and family enjoyed a pic
nic Sunday evening at Pandora Park
celebrating the birthday anniversary
of Morris Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frick of
Lima were Sunday evening callers
of Miss Ruth Durkee.
Mrs. Mina Augsburger received
word of the death of the infant
daughter, Sandra Kay of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Younkman were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Augsburger helping the latter
celebrate her birthday anniversary.
Easy Washing
We know now that rubbing
clothes on a board wears out both
fabric and worker and that a brush
does a better job for extra-soiled
spots.
LET US
PUT
El
LIFE
IN YOUR OLD
CAR!
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Bixel Motor Sates
172-W
Street
Ohio
Telephone
131 Cherry
Bluffton,
Wash Handbags
Use the sponge method to wash
handbags made of plastics or wash
able coated fabrics.
Public Sale
The undersigned will offer at public sale at her farm
5 miles south of Bluffton on Bentley.road 4 miles east of
Beaverdam on Lincoln highway and one mile south or 7
miles northwest of Ada
Friday, August 16, 1946
Beginning at 1 p. m.
The following property:
Terms—Cash.
Parlor heater writh new bowl and grates dining room
suite 2 extension tables 3 small kitchen tables 11-3 by
121/2 rug 9 by 12 rug 2 ironing boards 8 kitchen chairs
odd lot kitchen utensils dishes 60 inch kitchen cabinet
like new 2 cupboards 2 library tables rocking chair odd
lot pictures large lot antique books several small throw
rugs suit cases wood bed and springs iron bed and
springs bookcase hand sweeper and other articles.
Rotary garden cultivator wheel barrow scythe
kitchen stove wood box feed chest 30 bushel all metal
hog feeder 2 rotary hog feeders cast iron rotary hog
oiler garden rake seed tester grain sacks 2 screen door
frames window box refrigerator strawberry baskets set
horse clippers washing machine 60 gal. pressure tank
with Meyers deep well pump and electric motor automatic
hectograph, postcard size DeJxrVal cream separator port
able garden pressure sprayer metal cold pack cooker 2
meat boards wash tub glass fruit jars 2 bird cages and
stands metal curtain rods.
Harold McClain, Auctioneer
W. S. Jennings, Clerk
Terms—Cash.
Clyde Warren, Auct.
Public Sale
Household goods of the late Elizabeth Marquart will
be offered for sale at public auction at her late home 4
miles east on State Route 103 1 mile south on highway 69
and 14 mile east of Bluffton
Saturday, August 10th
Beginning at 1 p. m.
The following property:
Globe kitchen range Perfection 3 burner kerosene
stove 3 piece living room suite Buckeye circulating heat
er 11 by 12 Axminster rug dining room table antique
dresser and stand bookcase DeLaval cream separator
Standard sewing machine rocking chairs cane bottom
chairs 3 double beds single bed antique cupboard Edison
phonograph with records linoleum 9 by 12 linoleum rug
bedclothes and pillows rag carpets throw rugs cooking
utensils silverware dishes copper kettle and numerous
other articles.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 8,1946
Cheap Hen
In 1236 a hen in Paris sold for ar
amount equal to about two cents ix
American money.
Zt u
Mrs. S. S. Huber
FRED L. EBERHART, Administrator
STIMULATES HIGHER
EGG PRODUCTION QUICKLY
AND ECONOMICALLY
Give “slow” layers Egg-Lac Pellets at noon
for two or three days and watch how faat they
come into production. Egg-Lac Pellets are just
what you've been looking for to give good
pullets a better chance. Stop io toon. Get ’w
Egg-Lac for extra egg profits.
Master Feed Mill
Leland Basinger, Mgr.
ALL DEAD STOCK 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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