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Phone 239-W
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Its bristle rows are widely flared, reaches more
hair per stroke, and its handles are perfectly balanced.
It Penetrates!
Bristles of top grade Nylon! Handles of sparklite
to insure long wear.
Fav’s Professional Brushes
Sold at
lel’
i Beauty (Box
Let Us Keep That Old
Car Up To Date With
Our Special Combina
tion Offers!
CRANKCASE FLUSHED AND OIL CHANGED
CHASSIS LUBRICATION
FRONT WHEELS REPACKED
TRANSMISSION & DIFFERENTIAL CHANGED
SPARK PLUGS CLEANED AND RESET
Bluffton
$5-00
Tax Included
BEAUTIFY YOUR CAR
WASH AND POLISH ................
Mobile Service Station
CORNER MAIN AND JEFFERSON
Phone 333-W
Qei Mare.
uta MASSEY- HARRIS
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POWERED TO PIHL TWO 14" BOTTOMS
For •conomical 2-plow power you'll find the Massey-Harris ''81" the prac
tical answer to your requirements. Husky four cylinder, high compression
engine delivers power to pull two 14-inch bottoms under normal conditions...
ample power to operate a 22-inah separator or power take-off combine.
Trim, clean lines allow maximum visibility for planting or cultivating
and that means straight rows faster, easier work. Yet with all its "big
tractor" features the "81" actually costs little more than small 1-plow
models less than comparable 2-plow tractors. Standard equipment
includes: Self-starter and battery ignition automotive type dash thermostat
automatic spark control full platform swinging drawbar. Whether you need
an all-purpose tractor for a smaller farm or auxiliary power for a large
farm, you'll like the way the "81" measures up to your needs.
THERE’S A MASSEY-HARRIS TO FIT YOUR FARM!
No matter what your power requirement! are, there's a Massey-Harris model
to fit your farm. The light 2-plow 81 full 2-plow 101 Junior 3-plow 1C1 Senior
and the 4-5 plow 203 are all power-plus
tractors with features that mean more work
per day per dollar. Keep your eye on
Massey-Harris for better-built better
engineered farm equipment
Bluffton Farm Equipment Co.
E. F. Schmidt, Prop.
105 E. Elm St., Bluffton phone 260-W
Open Saturday Evenings
IImAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR
MODERN COST-REDUCING FARM MACHINERY
Richland Center
Anna Gromann of Bluffton
spent Sunday evening with Mrs. J. I.
Luginbuhl.
Mrs. Kathleen Hood of Detroit
was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Rhuel
Kohler and sons.
and Mrs. Kenneth Chidester
family were Sunday dinner
Mr.
and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Win
gate and daughter of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz and
Mrs. Harold Stevens and
Mr. and
daughter Elaine spent last week in
Atlantic
visiting
Gratz and son.
City
Mr.
Mrs. J.
week end
and Mrs.
family.
and Souderton, Pa.,
and Mrs. Donivan
James and Mrs. Vir-
Mrs. Martha
ginia Fuller of Columbus were Fri
day night guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Schaublin.
I. Luginbuhl spent the
at Indian Lake with Mr.
Charles Courtney and
Mrs. Leonard Gratz and Mrs.
Minnie Moser spent last Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolfley and
daughters of Kenton. Mrs. Moser
remained for the rest of the week.
George Myers arrived home last
Wednesday discharged after being in
Service for about 23 months and had
been stationed in Korea.
Rev. and Mrs. Schultz of Chicago
called Sunday evening at the Amos
and Weldon Luginbuhl home.
Mr. and Mrs.
and daughter
Mrs. Donald
were Sunday
mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Swank and Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Swank spent Sun
day in Cleveland. i
Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Boutwell
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SIDNEY’S IdRUG SHOP
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
k-haublin and
Ann called
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
granddaughter Patsy
Sunday evening at the Bert Bowyer
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moser and
son Bob of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Moser and sons Donivan and
Kenneth, Mrs. Minnie Moser and
Miss Jane Howe were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gratz and son James.
Miss Janice Courtney of Lima is
spending this week at the home of
her grandmother, Mrs. J. I. Lugin
bbuhl.
Announcement
Some of
going to
prepared
supply is
w’ere Sunday dinner guests at the
W.
C. Schaublin hor
Pleasant View
Miss Reva Stevenson of Warren,
Ohio, visited in the home of her
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook of Mil
waukee, Wis., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nile Newton
and son Stanley.
Miss Mary Ann Rickly of Colum
bus returned to her home Sunday
after spending the past week with
her grandmother, Mrs. Arietta Rick
ly and. family.
Miss Caroline Zellers of Spring
field was a recent visitor in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stewart
and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hanna and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and
son and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dukes
spent several days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ridge of Detroit
and visited points of interest along
the lake and Leamington, Ontario,
Canada.
The Ladies Harmony Circle will
meet in the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Walter Purdy of Rawson this Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs
will be program leader,
officers will
ing.
Quarterly
Gerald Basinger
of Lima and Mr. and
Dillman and family
dinner guests of their
Martha Basinger.
Having disposed of my interest in the K &
Produce Co., to Charles Kinsinger, I take this
opportunity to thank the public for their liberal
patronage and many favors and kindnesses.
Robert Murray
COAL
these mornings it’s
be cold
and it should be in your base
ment before cold weather.
We can deliver promptly now!
The Bluffton Milling Co
Arietta Rickly
Election of
this meet-
be held at
of Rawson
Conference
be held at the Olive
charge will
Branch church, Thursday evening.
Armorsville
Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. Hartman call
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Vande
of Ada, Sunday evening.
ed on
mark
Raymond Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs.
Hershal Moore and children of Chic
ago. James Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Klingler were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Moore
of near Carey.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and
son Donald and Marene
spent Sunday afternoon
Bertha Shelly.
McCafferty
with Mrs.
is staying
Miss Margaret Guider
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Guider in Harrod since leaving the
Bluffton hospital.
L. A. S. and W. M. S. meets this
Thursday afternoon with Miss May
Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schantz and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery
Sr. and daughter and Mrs. Studler
called at the Chas. Montgomery Jr.
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartman and
family called Sunday afternoon at
the O. P. Hartman home.
Mrs. Sarah Oates and son, and
Miss Clarabel Owens returned home
Friday after visiting their brother,
Glenn Owens and wife of New York.
Ohio farmers in 10 counties have
asked for 552 Jamaican workers for
farm work in August. The orders
for the imported workers come to
the Ohio State University Emergen
cy Labor office from western and
northern counties of the state.
Are you
for it? The coal
the important item
Settlement
Carol
Miss
Diller who has been
Cleveland hospital is
She will leave later
for Bloomington, Ill.,
nursing
visiting
in the month
to join the nursing staff of the Men
nonite hospital there.
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuenschwand
er and daughter Gladys of Berne
were over the week end visitors here.
Miss Neuenschwander is a repre
sentative of the Go Ye Mission of
Oklahoma.
Considerable damage was done to
the corn fields of this locality Sun
day afternoon as a result of a hail
storm and high winds.
The members of the D. C. Steiner
family and their families enjoyed
their Sunday dinner at the home of
their mother and daughter.
The Linwood Threshing Ring en
joyed their annual get-together at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Howell Tuesday evening. Ice cream
and cake was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlin R. Kohli and
family of Wheaton, Ill., are spend
ing a part of this week visiting rel
atives here.
Mrs. Phil Osborn and daughter,
Barbara Jean of Lomita, Calif., are
spending a part of the summer
among relatives here. Mrs. Osborn
will be remembered by her many
friends as the former Miss Eunice
Sharek.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schumacher
and daughter, Miriam, of Phoenix,
Arizona, are spending several weeks
here among relatives and friends.
Mrs. Gideon Nusbaum was taken
to the Memorial hospital in Lima one
day last week where she submitted
to an operation for the removal of
an eye. She is reported to be get
ting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Haydn Basinger and
sons, Teddy and Donald, Mrs. Mary
Pifer, Messrs. Edgar Pifer and Noah
Basinger were Sunday dinner guests
in the home of Mrs. Barbara Ba
singer and daughter, Melvena.
Members of the local relief com
mittee are soliciting contributions in
this locality to be sent to
of war torn Europe.
countries
of union
was held
The first of the series
services of this community
at the Pandora Missionary church
Sunday evening.
Mitchell delivered
Rev. Harvey L.
the message.
Mitchell and their
to move to Ft.
is to take up his
Rev. and Mrs.
family are soon
Wayne where he
new duties at the Ft. Wayne Bible
Institute.
A new heating unit will be install
ed at the St. John church in the
near future. A modern oil burning
furnace is to replace the former one.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Diller and
family are expecting to move to
their new home in the near future.
They purchased the farm home
formerly owned by Mr. and
William G. Fridley and had
sold to Peter Kohli of Ottawa.
Mrs.
been
who
Barbara and John Schutz
have spent the past few weeks in the
homes of their uncles Edward and
Albert Schutz and families, are ex
pecting to return to their home soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ewing nar
rowly escaped serious injury
day evening on Route 12 at the
near Lantz Wynkoop’s home
their car skidded on the wet
ment and struck a high tension pole.
Sun­
curve
when
pave-
Tours of northeastern Ohio poul
try farms showed poultrymen the
great
poultry pasture.
Stark
3,000
acres
ahead
range
cellent
growth
where
Ladino
as in mixtures with grass.
value of Ladino clover as
John Sutherland in
county was running about
pullets on two and one-half
and the Ladino was keeping
of the foragers. Last year’s
on the same farm showed ex
self seeding and a good
of clover even on spots
shelter houses had been,
alone seemed as satisfactory
Next to Town Hall
Vegetable seeds produced in
European countries in normal times
always sold for lower prices than
the same seeds produced in the U. S.
American growers could not compete
with prices paid for peasant labor in
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Accessories
In this connection I wish to thank all
the patrons for their many favors and solicit
a continuance of the same
We will continue our former policy of
paying highest market prices and prompt
country route service
Charles Kinsinger
Marathon Sales and Service
Au
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I wish to inform the public that I have
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