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THURSDAY, AUGUST 8,1946
Summertime in Bluffton bicycle riding kids with bathing suits slung across the handlebars hurrying to the Buckeye and night ball games under the lights at Harmon field—fans cheering good plays of home team and visitors— one of the best exhibitions of good sportsmanship we’ve seen and showers the first of the week scarce ly made a dent in the prevailing drought however a hailstorm over Mt. Cory way Sunday after noon riddled fields of standing corn —J. J. Smith, farmer northwest of Mt. Cory said the ground at his place was covered with hailstones and this is the height of the canning season—if canning season has a height in these sugarless days —never was so much canned with so little sugar and Bluffton folks taking one last vacation fling—high 'time, too with Labor day little more than three weeks away—and school starting next day and the hospital filled to capacity—altho they’re resourceful and always seem able to make room for one more in a pinch and shoes are getting scarcer and so are rolling pins— Tractor And Farm Equipment Repairing. Electric and Acetylene Wei BLUITTC EQUIP) E. F. 105 Bluffy ARM IT CO. plfmidt, Prop. Elm StM phone 260-W aturday Evenings Opei Joe say It’s warm enough now of a coat of 5 for black, aluminum omplete line md Asphalt olors. to give that paint. See u red, green o paint also a of spouting Shingles in Copper for alleys. Herman J. A. Lea 52-W Main Ohio. Phone 107 S. Bluffton QUALITY M: FOR OVER :morials 4 YEARS Chester r. Smith Successor to A. M. Smith Son MOJiimm Phone 4 1-J iwford Ohio 132 W. Cr Findlay, esentative ED BAME, Rep ’hone 3012-M Findlay, Ohio If You Want The Best—Insist On wit WEATHER-SEAL Interchangeable Winter Windows and Summer Screens Genuine Inter-Lock Construction Telephone Beaverdam 175472 Banner of all things and it’s an event of major importance when there are soap flakes to be had and with water at its present low level, the fragrance of Riley creek is all more pungent—which reminds that the sewer problem—which conveniently forgotten during emergency is one of Bluffton’s post war chickens that has come home to roost and who has the deed to Bluffton’s municipal light plant— there was a flurry in the council chamber Monday night when the document was called for in connec tion with place. the us was the the bond issue for the It will be Bluffton’s biggest sign—that neon job luminated George Carmack is installing over the entrance to his new theatre building on South Main street. And we think George made a smart move when he coined a brand new word and named his new project the Carma which will be emblazoned with 76 electric lights. It’s taking all of a week to put up the sign, which you might be interested to know weighs around 1,500 pounds. Superintendent of Schools Ralph Lanham with his family have return ed from two weeks in Harrisonburg, Va., where they had gone for a vacation and visit with relatives. However, it wasn’t a particularly enjoyable vacation for the school head as he was in bed almost the entire time with a severe attack of mumps. He says now he would like to get away before school opens for the vacation he thought he was going to get two weeks ago. And speaking of school, we over heard some of the younger genera tion back in the alley the other day bewailing the fact that it will soon be time to start on the nine months’ grind again. And farmers selling hogs on the Findlay market Monday rang the bell for an all time high at $24.25 per hundred pounds. And just for comparison, a search thru old re cords revealed that 14 years ago at the low ebb of prices the same hundred brought repeat. pounds of pork S3. Wonder if on the henf history will Wanton vandalism in the men’s room at the town hall one night last week has made it necessary to close the place indefinitely until hard to get plumbing replacements can be obtained. Unwarranted and malicious abuse of privileges by a few irresponsible hoodlums results in inconvenience to the great major ity of law abiding public. It was a “flying trip” that Mrs. Ben Amstutz of South Main street made to visit in Berne, Ind., the other day—in fact it took only 31 minutes, from the Pandora air field to the Indiana town. The plane was piloted by one of her twin sons— and she liked the experience so much that she had her son bring her home by plane at the end of her visit. And speaking of Berne, Ind., you probably didn’t know that one of the natives of that place is William Ellenburger, 82 year old Beaverdam barber who retired last Saturday night, completing 50 years of bar bering. He was only one year old when his father died and his mother brought him to Beaverdam to live with relatives. It was in the gay nineties that J- REAGAN, Route 5, Lima, Ohio They go for, Chick Starter and Grower Our C-KA-GENE Feed Builds IMMUNITY to Bloody Coccidiosis! Growth—No ing Litter! Chicks our C-KA-GENE Treated Ration that’s how easy it is to avoid large losses from Bloody.Coccidiosis now! Prevents Heavy Losses Maintains Flushing! No Epsom Salt! No Spray Saves Labor! Saves Litter! Saves Costs Less! Just FEED your chicks The Bluffton Milling Co Bill opened his shop in Beaverdam those were days of luxuriant mustaches and everybody got shaved on Saturday night. Fact is, if you were shaved more than once a week they said you were putting on airs. For 35 of the 50 years he has barbered in the same shop which is occupied by the new owners, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vance of Detroit. Mrs. Vance is a beautician and plans to open a beauty shop in the location while her husband operates a Grey hound bus between Detroit and cinnati. In the Court of Common Pleas of County, Ohio. il- Charles A. Collins, Plaintiff By Clarence C. Miller, His Attorney, 504 Citizens Bld^., Lima, Ohio. 20 LEGAL NOTICE Willie Arnett, whose place of resilience is Royalton, Kentucky, and whose mailing ad dress is care of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Cole, Royalton, Kentucky, is hereby notified that Ruth Ann Arnett has filed her petition against him for’divorce and all proper relief, on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, ex treme cruelty, fhat he had a wife living at the time they were married, and that he false ly represented that he was divorced, in case No. 37008 in the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Qhio, at Lima. Ohio. Said cause may be heard and decided after the expira tion of six wepks from of this notice. from Section 3: That all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent therewith be and the same are hereby repealed. Passed this 15th day of July 1946. W. A. HOWE, Mayor W. O. GEIGER. Clerk 16 LEGAL NOTICE. In the Common Pleas Court of Allen County, Ohio. Case No. 36948. Nina Burkholder, Plaintiff, vs. William Burkholder, Defendant. The Defendant, William Burkholder, whose place of residence is unknown, will take no tice that Nina Burkholder has filed in said court an adtion against him for divorce on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and ex treme cruelty, and for custody of the minor child of the parties. Said cause will be for hearing on and after six weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: on and after the 16th day of August, 1946. NINA BURKHOLDER, By I. B. Steele, Her Attorney. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO Allen County, ss. Estate of Edward H. Scheele, Deceased. Arven B. Scheele of Bluffton, Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as Administra tor of the estate of Edward H. Scheele, late oC Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated th|s 18th day of July 1946. RAYMOND P. SMITH Probate Judge LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Sealed btaa will be received by the Council of the Village of Bluffton. Allen county. Ohio, at the offire og the Village Clerk until Sep tember 2, 1946 at 8 P. M., for the purchase of one nyw motor grade, hydraulic power control or equal, with at least 30 horse power motor, eight foot blade, scarifier, and starter, 7:00 by jii front pneumatic tires and 11:00 by 24 single rear pneumatic tires, frame to be box t£«. The council reserves the right to reject any or all bi|s. By order of the council of the Village of Bluffton, .'Ohio. W. O. GEIGER. Clerk 18 LEGAL NOTICE In the Common Pleas Court of Allen ty, Ohio, CT THRIfT Cin- Allen LEGAL NOTICE Ohio, Hazel P. Tuttle, Plaintiff vs. State of et al. Defendants. The Defendants, V. W. Kohl and Allene R. Kohl, the heirs at law. devisees, legatees, trustees, assignees, receivers, bentfjsinrttr. the surviving spouse, the survivjpfrdivorced spouse, children, descendanta^s^reditors, suc cessors in interest, execi and legal representative^ Alleene R. Kohl, that on the 25th Tuttle, filed her Pleas Court tK ~___________ number 3703®. against them and others pray ing for a decree quieting title, or in the al ternative for an order marshalling liens as against said Defendants, et al, to or on the following real estate described in said Peti tion, to-wit:— “Lots numbered 15296, 15297 and 15318 in the West End Realty Company's West wood Addition to the City of Lima, Allen administrators jf V. W, Kohl and ■wM-d. will take notice fy of July, 1946, Hazel P. Petition in the Common Allen County, Ohio, in case County. Ohio.” The prayer of said Petition is for a decree quieting Plaintiff’s title as against all the Defendants, or in the alternative for marshal ling of liens, sale of property and equitable relief. Said Defendants are required to an swer said Petition On or before the 21st day of September, 1946, or judgment and decree will be taken against them in accordance with the prayer of the Petition. HAZEL P. TUTTLE Miner A. Atmur afid Oren E. Dickason, her attorneys, 501 National Bank Building, Lima, Ohio by John H. Romey. 20 LEGAL NOTICE Anna E. Collins, whose place of residence is 1815 Riggs Place N. W.. Washington. D. C„ is hereby notified that Charles A. Collins has fikd his petition against her for divorce and all proper Belief, on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, extreme cruelty and three years’ willful absence, in case No. 37007 in the Coutt of Common Pleas of Al len County, Ohio, at Lima, Ohio. Said cause may he heart! and decided after the expira tion of six weekj from the first publication of this notice. the first publication tt. WITH Plaintiff Ruth Ann Arn Her Attorney, By Clarence C. Miller, Citizens Bld£, Lima, Ohii AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE SAL ARY OF ITIE DEPUTY MARSHAL OF THE VILLAGE OF BLUFFTON. OHIO. AND REPHALING ALL PREVIOUS OR DINANCES INCONSISTENT THERE- lage of Blufffon, State of 0 Section 1: That the satai Marsha) of tl»e Village of E Ohio, shall be Ninety-five per month, unyable monthly I of the Vil- the Deputy Coun- Case No. 87040 Litna, lunaway, 651 Ewing Avenue, Dunaway, Carolina, John T. D' Ohio, P|ai 210 Jaintiff. vs. Florence E. Street, Fayetteville, North Defendant. Dunaway. Street, The fiefendant, Florence E. whose til ace of residence is 210 Fayetteville. North Carolina, will that Joty T. Dunaway has filed in said court an action against her for divorce on the groundsjof gross neglect of duty and extreme cnlelty. land for other equitable relief. Said cause v^ll be for hearing on and after six weeks from the date of the first publication of this Notice, to-wit: on and after the 20th day of ^September. 1946. JOHN T. DUNAWAY. 21 By I. B. Steele. His Attorney. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO Alk-a County, ss. Estate of Charles Martin Gazette, Deceased. Vernf T. Gazette of Bluffton. Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Charles Martin Gazette late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 29th day of July. 1946. RAYMOND P. SMITH. Probate Judge 17 COAL Notice I will have two cars of Kentucky Green Ridge Lump coal in about Augwst Howard Stager Coal Yard on A. C. & Y- R. R. Phone 354-W or 265-W THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO ^FACTION VINE STREET We are pleased to announce the open ing of our complete, modern, sanitary Clover Farm Store for your consideration. You will find this food store complete with a featured quality of Clover Farm Foods that is always guaranteed to be tops. Our aim is to serve your complete food A MR V A DO UnllU I DnllU SALAD DRESSING hw WAjF IMI F* A I VVlTllilA I BELO I w Wm Tflll CT TIQQIIC I Rich suds in soft I (J ILL I I luuUL OPENING DAY SPECIALS We will have some special items on opening day. Be sure to stop in. CORN or PEAS We have a complete produce depart ment and will feature fresh crisp fruits and vegetables at all times. COFFEE Clover Farm Lb. Vac. Packed Jar OtX PEANUT BUTTER Clover Farm Lb. Fancy Quality Jar i--' Since 1882, the Clover Farm Brand has been a symbol of quality. GRAND OPENING SALE Saturday, Aug. 10 BLUFFTON 5 STORE W. N. GAIFFE and C. TV. KKICIIBAIM. Owners Your Favorite—Fifth Avenue—Fresh Shipment I E IK ^l°ver Farm Evaporated—a tall can is w I Li equivalent to a quart of fresh milk or ^ar(^ water SWEETHEART SOAP Eb Breakfast of Charmin Brand Soft’ Absorbent EELS NAPTHA SOAP :™Bar Champions HUTTON, OHIO Mrs. Lane’s Brand Also limited quantities of Karo, Sliced Pineapple, Pet and Carnation Milk, Pink Salmon, Royal Pud ding, Clover Farm Jell Powder, and many other values that are sure to please you. Clover Farm Stores This Sale is for Saturday, August 10 needs with all available merchandise in a most courteous and economical manner. Please accept our cordial invitation to visit our store and take advantage of the many food values below. Watch for our advertising each week and save money on your food requirements. Bars ■llIllIlilillilllililililEH At Clover Farm Stores you are dealing not merely with the mana ger but with the owner—the responsible head of the business He appreciates your patronage and does everything in his power to earn it. Buy all your foods and grocery needs at your convenient- 4 ly located Clover Farm Store. For the Toilet and Bath PAGE SEVEN 1Oc 5c 23c Pt. Jar 12c Tall Can 11c 8 Oz. Pkg. pkg. 25c 6c Roll 2 s 25c 7r| Bar We will feature all available cold meats and smoked meats for your convenience at reasonable prices. TOMATO JUICE Clover Farm 46 Oz. O Fancy Quality Can MATCHES KFd 6 rta. 2»c We reserve the privilege to limit quantities.