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COVERS
WALLPAPER
A IN ONE COAT
$2.40
All for
Only ..
POULTRY
Highest Prices Paid
Chas. I irisin
Successor to K & Produce Co.
Bluffton’s Own Home Owned Market
Next to Town Hull Phone 492-W
Made with OIL
Not a Water Coating
IT’S DECIDEDLY BETTER
gal
HtW ItAVTY WITH fATTfUSOH.fAUQtHr tAIHTt
Greding Hardware
FLATLUX FACTS...
/A Real Paint made with
OIL
V Ready for Use ... No special
mixing or buckets required.
if
Easy to Apply Quick to
Dry.
if
No Objectionable Odor.
if
New Lime-Proof Colors.
/One Coat covers most ony
interior surface.
/Use the room the same day.
/Covers water-thinned paints.
One Gallon will do the aver
age room.
PRICES
ARE
GOING
UP
Only Interest Rates and Bank Services remain Stable.
While many living costs are at an all time HIGH,
interest rates are at an all time LOW.
We are glad to make loans LARGE or SMALL for
1. Farm Mortgages
2. Farm Equipment
3. To buy live stock, feed or fertilizer
4. To buy, build, or improve a farm or home
5. To conduct yolir business
6. To buy an automobile
7. For any other legitimate purpose
Our Rates, everything compared, are lower, more
convenient and reasonable, more suited to your needs
than those of outside financial institutions, public or
private.
The money in this hank is home grown, and belongs
to the men and women of this community, made here
and spent here.
Why not borrow your own money. We can take care
of all your legitimate needs.
The Citizens National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Let us keep that old car
in new car condition
CRANKCASE FLUSHED AND OIL CHANGED
CHASSIS LUBRICATION
FRONT WHEELS REPACKED
TRANSMISSION &
SPARK PLUGS
DIFFERENTIAL CHANGED
CLEANED AND RESET
$5.00
Tax Included
Our wash and polish job will make your old car
shine like new. Get your car ready for that week-end
trip.
Factory tire re-capping service for Farm tractors
and cars. See us today.
Mobile Service Station
CORNER MAIN AND JEFFERSON
Phone 333-W
Rockport
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and
daughter Joan, who spent two weeks
with relatives in Mississippi, Alaba
ma and Oklahoma, returned home
the early part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stackhouse,
daughter Ann and son John of
Wakeman were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall
and sons Kenneth and Don.
The Misses Jane and Sue Risser of
past
and
Bluffton spent several days the
week with Mrs. Walter Cupp
daughter Marjorie.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Marshall
an^ofig those who attended
were
the
Schumacher reunion at the Bluffton
College campus, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill enter
tained, Friday evening, at their
home in Bluffton in honor of the
second birthday anniversary of their
granddaughter Donna Mae McCluer.
Those present included Mrs. Ethel
Magee and Miss Mae Steinman of
Cleveland, Mrs. Eli Hartman, Mrs.
Wolfley, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Mar
shall, the guest of honor and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Cluer and the host and hostess.
her
Mc-
and
and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall
son John and Mrs. Walter Cupp
daughter Marjorie and their guests
Jane and Sue Risser of Bluffton at
tended the annual picnic of the Au
Revoir club at the pavillion in Pan
dora Park last Friday evening.
The August meeting of the W. S.
C. S. of the Methodist church will
be held in the home of Mrs. Cloyce
Kidd, Thursday afternoon of next
week. The program follows: Song
Devotion, ‘‘Ambassadors of the
Cross”, Mrs. Osa Reams Topic, A
Call—Laborers for Peace, Mrs. Jacob
Foley, Mrs. Stanley Salter and Mrs.
Ernest Freet Special number, Mrs.
Clifford Fruchey Closing prayer.
An affair of interest to many in
this community will be the Allen
County Farm Bureau and Coopera
tive Association picnic to be held at
LaFayette park, Friday of this
week. All members, their families
and friends are invited to attend and
bring a well filled picnic basket.
Many entertainment features have
been planned and music will be
furnished by the Venedocia Male
Quartette. Dinner will be served
at 12:00.
Mrs. Herbert Marshall of Pandora
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Donald
McDow’ell and daughter Rosemary
on a business trip to Columbus last
Friday. Kenneth and Don Marshall
who are attending Ohio State Uni
versity, returned home with them
that evening to spend the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van Meter,
Mrs. Alice Bodell and Mrs. Lana
Rockhill were Saturday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boe
decker and family in Ottawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van Meter,
Mrs. Alice Bodell and Mrs. Lena
Rockhill were Saturday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boe
decker and family in Ottawa.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beery and
sons Eldon and David and Richard
Greenway left Friday for a visit
with Mr. Berry’s sister Lola and
family in Colorado and will visit
other points of interest in the West
before their return.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler of
LIVINGROOM
SUITES
Mohair Frieze
SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES
Corner, straight wall and
end models
Fl BESIDE
CHAIRS
Fine Tapestry and Damask
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Portable outdoor nn
grill with charcoal yd.UV
Basinger's
Furniture Store
Fresh Drugs
and
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
of All Kinds
Prescriptions Care
fully Compounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
Oceanside, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Marshall spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett
son David in Columbus.
with
and
and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanthorn
family and Mr. and Mrs.
Schiver all of Lima were Sunday
afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Foley.
Forcie
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg were
entertained at dinner Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mar
shall.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boedecker and
family of Ottawa were Sunday
afternoon guests of Mrs. Lena Rock
hill.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell were
Sunday
Ludwig
services
to hear
a noted Presbyterian minister and
lecturer of New York city, a friend
of Mr. Ludwig. Later the group
had dinner at the Witteborg restaur
ant in Columbus Grove.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
in Lima and attended
at the Presbyterian church
Dr. George Wood Anderson,
Miss Mary Lou Rust of Chicago
arrived here Saturday evening to be
a guest of Miss Madeline Bixel and
Mrs. F. C. Marshall.
Mrs. F. C. Marshall, Miss Madeline
Bixel and Mrs. M. R. Bixel and
daughter Alice Jean made a business
trip to
week.
Fostoria, Thursday of last
Brooks
Four
Ralph
of Columbus Grove
club group held the
their club projects
cattle, hogs and
and his
local show of
which included
sheep at the home of John Begg, one
of the club boys, Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Hadley the Allen County Agent
of Lima was the judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg and son
William were Sunday afternoon
guests of Mrs. Stella Gardner who
is spending the summer with her
daughter Mrs. Grant McCormick in
Huntsville.
Miss Madeline Bixel spent a
couple of days this week with friends
in Rittman where she has been a
teacher for several years.
William Begg has returned home
after spending several days the past
week with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Van
Meter and family near Cridersville.
Pandora
Rev. and Mrs. Mitchel and daugh
ters moved to Fort Wayne, Ind.
Monday, where he will teach in the
college.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krohn apd
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Steiner spent
Sunday in Toledo with Mr.
Roy Davis. Mrs. Krohn
for several days.
The Au Revoir club held
nual picnic at the
Thursday evening,
being their guests.
The union church
the Methodist church
was well attended.
and Mrs.
remained
their an-
School Park,
their families
service held at
Sunday evening
Mrs. Noah G. Steiner underwent
an operation at Memorial Hospital
at Lima one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tousley and
son, and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Leichty
took a motor trip through some of
the northwestern states last week.
Sr.,
and
Sat
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lugibihl
Dorothy Long of Bluffton were
urday evening dinner guests of
and Mrs. Melvin Long and son Gary.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese and
daughter Helen of Pandora Grange
and Miss Mary Lee Bach of Leipsic
Grange attended sessions of the
grange camp at" Lancaster over the
week end.
Ellis King Funeral Services
Funeral services for Ellis King,
32, of Columbus Grove, a native of
the Pandora community, were held
at Grace Mennonite church here on
Tuesday afternoon. Burial was in
Pleasant Ridge cemetery.
King, a truck driver for the Allen
County Farm Bureau died in Bluff
ton hospital, Saturday morning.
Surviving are his wife, Louise
two children, Peggy and Jimmy both
at home his mother, Mrs. Samuel
King, Pandora three sisters, Mrs.
Monroe Lora, Warsaw, Ind. Mrs.
Harry Hauenstein, Col. Grove and
Mrs. Morris Gaskins, Ft. Wayne
CARPENTERS
WANJEB
$1.50 per hr.
Apply Maxon Construction Co.,
Inc. Field office of Woodcock
Generating Plant, pluffton.
A MAN FELT LIKE HIS
BONES WERE BROKEN,
DUE TO RHEUMATISM
One man recently stated that for
years he felt lika the bones in his
legs were broken.7 This was due to
muscular rheumatism. His muscles
anp his le so stiff
walk with
s in misery,
taking RHU
e feeling like his
were swollen
and sore that heTcoulduJ
out limping. He
Recently he s
AID and says. ____ o ___ __
bones were broken disappeared the
second dav. The swelling and stiff
ness has front his muscles now
he can walk without suffering and
says he feels like a new- man.
RHU-AID contains Three Great
Medical Ingredients which go right
to the very source of rheumatic and
neuritic aches and pains. Miserable
people soon feel different all over.
So don’t go on suffering! Get RHU
AID. Hauenstein & Son Drug Store.
We've Overheard...
News Items from Here, There
and Everywhere
Victory Day is being celebrated
this Wednesday. The American Le
gion will have a celebration at Find
lay’s Riverside park all day and in
the evening the Legion band will
give a concert starting at eight
o’clock.
J. E. Patterson of Beaverdam is
spending the summer at his cottage
on Lake Erie.
Emil and Esther Penders of Cleve
land took a vacation trip to the east
ern states to visit the latter’s moth
er Mrs. Jack Amstutz. They travel
ed in a Ford coupe.
Clarence Basinger of near Colum
bus Grove threshed a large field of
timothy seed Wednesday afternoon.
It won’t be long until the county
fairs will start which
like fall isn’t far off
have to be thinking
your winter’s coal in.
begins to look
and you will
about getting
Howard Beery and family of Bluff
ton left Friday for a trip to Colo
rado to visit
of interest.
The new
his sisters and points
family reunion will be
The Huber
held August 18th at Paulding Center
Community house at Lafayette.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Basinger left
Sunday for
New Y’ork.
a trip to Niagara Falls,
beauty shop at
dam will open September 1.
are being made. Clarence
and son will drill a water
the rear of the shop.
Beaver
Repairs
Shulaw
well in
Pandora is growing. The way
homes are being built there and the
new airport southwest of town
a high-light to the community.
adds
Mrs. Rhuel Sutter
a basket supper at
Sunday evening.
Mr. and
family had
erside park
and
Riv-
Frank Anderson, formerly of Co
lumbus Grove and Bluffton, and now
a resident of Findlay, purchased the
J. J. Luginbuhl hardware store at
Beaverdam. The room is being re
decorated and will open for business
Saturday. Mr. Anderson and his
wife will live in a house trailer.
The Findlay band gave two con
certs at Riverside park Sunday.
three brothers, Lester King, Dear
born, Mich. Eldon of Pandora and
Oliver of Cambridge.
Farm equipment manufacturers
are designing machines to apply
dusts or sprays alone or mixed.
Liquids are applied by a stream of
compressed air and dusts go into a
fan or blower.
AU Stew
KODAK KIM
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Start
yoerjdc tore-
making right wtfh depend
able KodakEflrn in the yel
low box—(Me film that gets
the picMfre. Then eend u»
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
OD
If you’re! looking for tops
in heating value, get the
low-dow^ on Panther Coal.
Like the
coals, in has an
high By t.
is very
best smokeless
mely
bntent, and
in ash.
Panthay is
smokeless coal. It has the
appearance and many of
the desirable character
istics of low-volatile coals.
It will hold fire as long as
the best smokeless fuels,
cokes well and ignites
more readily. What little
smoke it does produce is
absolutely not enough to
be objectionable.
termed a semi­
Also the best in Poca
hontas, Jacobs Fork.
For furnace lump or stove,
Comando Flash.
CD GCCD
124 Lawn Ave.,
Bluffton, Ohio.
Elrose
Linda Fett of Bluffton and Nora
Fellers of Findlay spent Wednesday
night at the J. R. Fisher home and
attended the Black school reunion.
Janice Henry of Bluffton spent
several days last week with Kaye
Nonnamaker.
Saturday dinner guests at the J.
R. Fisher home were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Halsey of Akron. v
Chas. Nonnamaker was a Sunday
dinner guest at the Ami Nonna
maker home. Mrs. C. V. Klingler
was a Thursday guest, other callers
were Mrs. Metta Bish, Gene Bish,
Floyd Hartman, Mrs. Hester Beem
er, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Arnold,
Waunetta Gossman, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hamilton, daughter Betty,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nonnamaker
and sons, Mr.
ler of Ada.
and Mrs. Jack Kling-
Fisher, James Fisher,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Monday evening with
Mrs. J.' R.
June Gallant,
Koontz spent
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rupright near
Arlington.
Idaho is conducting a statewide
campaign to eradicate houseflies.
Twenty-five custom sprayers are
applying DDT.
TtiRIrTy LOANS
Take $a0 repay it in 2
monthly payments at a to
tal dost of exactly
Open
best place
good.
It’s a
Sox
Smith
Accousticon
mg
Equipment
82.08.
That’s all. For 8500 the
rate is even lower.
You can have as long as 18
months time on certain loans,
which makes repaying easy
enough. Most people can bor
row here—and do!
City Loan
Market & Elizabeth
Phone 3. 11 Lima
It’s Bluffton’s Favorite. Quick Lunch
Eating Place
BUCKEYE LUNCH
night and
in Bluffton
good place
always welcome.
—easy-to-tak© capsules which con
tain all standardized vitamins k—
factors, combined with Iron—the
finest vitamin tonic capsules for year
’round health and all-day energy.
A. Hauenstein & Son
first
Aid
for ailing motors
all makes
also batteries
Mrs. Walter Gratz
110 S. Lawn e., Bluffton, O.
Here Is a mple way to relieve
Itching, burning and soreness
of simple
OUAftANTW
UNGUENTINE
RECTAL CONES
(Norwich
MAKERS OF UNQUENTIHE
Sidney’s Drug Shop
C.I.P.—Cash In Purse
Ask for refill.
Paul Schoenlein. Mgr.
day—we never close—it’s the
for a quick lunch that’s really
to meet your friends. You’re
Shell Gasoline—Day or Night
Shell Motor Oil and Firestone Tires
Don
Stalder
The Buckeye Lunch
Just Across the Bridge at Entrance to Buckeye Lake
Medical authorities now toy that a
lade of one vitamin may Indicate a
deficiency of all vitamins and affect
why we recommend
VITA VIM FORTIFIED
Our garage is first aid for motor les—and often a
timely first aid repair job corrects e trouble before it
becomes serious and involves extenie—and expensive over
hauling.
HANDY ITEMS YOU WILL NEED:
Jet How Tail Pipe Extension 83.95
Bumper Jacks
Polaroid Sun Visor
Rear v iew Mirror
Go-Jo Waterless Hand Cleaner, jar ........
Fly Spray, pint
General Purpose Chassis Lubricant, Ifi lb. can
Seat Covers. Regular $12.75, Special
Batteries. Tubes and Accessories
Marathon Sales and Service
Authorized Hudson Agency
N. Mam & Elm Sts Phone 207-W
Bill
Smith
82.95
$4.50
$2.35
29c
20c
$1.75
$8.00

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