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ALLEN COUNTY Lima Branch College Enrolls 66 Frosh Sixty-six applications for freshmen courses were made at a recent meet ing held in Lima to establish a branch of Ohio Northern University there. Classes are being held even ings in Lima Central High school. Build Vet Home In One Day Ex-Pfc. Charles Jennings and his wife, Virginia and their sons, Timmy and Johnny, moved into their new five-room Cairo home Sunday. Thirty-eight top-notch area carpent ers built it Saturday. That hot summer night on July 2, when the Jennings stood helplessly and watched their little home leveled by fire, was a dim picture in the QUALITY MEMORIALS FOR OVER 64 YEARS Chester P. Smith Successor to A. M. Snjifh Son MONUMENTS Phone 451-J 132 W. Crawford Findlay, Ohio ED BAME, Representative Findlay, Ohio Phone 3012-M TM ■Ml,- While we cannot give delivery now of all the new Ford cars on order, we can give this assurance to every Ford buyer: We haven't forgotten you! We’re just as anxious for you to have your new Ford as you are to get it. And the minute it’s ready, you’ll get the good news! In the meantime, bring your pres ent Ford “home” for service. We can help you make it last longer, run better and protect its trade-in value. We’re in better position, today, than for the past four years to give you NEWS NOTES FROM FOUR COUNTIES dismal past as they saw their new home take shape. Charles and his family moved in with his mother after the fire. He was only working part time and his right arm, the one that the sniper took care of when he was serving in the Aleutians, was bothering him a little. Two Robberies Bring Double Trouble Albert Herman, Delphos merchant, has been victim of two burglaries and it has meant double trouble both times. A year ago thieves entered his filling station and took used gasoline ration coupons in addition to cash. This week the loot included soap and 300 pounds of sugar. He said the most trouble is filing necessary government forms upon loss of such rationed items. Youth Denies Guilt In Cyclist’s Death William Miller, 18, Lima, pleaded innocent in Municipal Court to man slaughter charges in connection with the death Sunday of Eldon Dicke, 15, a bicyclist. The case was con tinued for further hearing. Companions signed statements that Miller, riding in a car driven by Dale Fess, 16, had been operating the accelerator when the automobile ran into a group of four bicycle riders, police said. Small Grid Squad Only 22 candidates are seeking to make the Delphos High football team this season and indications are that Delphos will be represented by Until It Arrives... Protect Your Present Cor With Skilled FORD SERVICE! THE FORD IN YOUR FUTURE IS WELL WORTH WAITING FOR BIXEL MOTOR SALES 131 Cherry Street Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio Practice Typing Paper Standard Size 8 1-2 11 Inches 300 Sheets .. 40c (No Broken Packages) Plufflcn News Office a light team this year. Practice sessions were started two weeks ago by Coach Jack Koch and assistant Joe Hurley. Delphos is a member of the Little' Six League which was organized last year. HANCOCK COUNTY Ohio “Cootie” Elected “The Cooties”—fun-making unit of the Veterans of Foreign Wars— elected Richard Hodges, Findlay, senior vice commander. Robbers Ransack Raw son Elevator The J. C. Hochstettler Sons elevator, Rawson, was broken into, the thieves making way with a small amount of cash and four checks amounting to $2,821.40, according to Sheriff Orla A. Cooper. Sheriff Cooper said the burglars entered the building by sliding open a south window. Traffic Toll Soars Twelve persons were killed in 10 fatal automobile accidents during August to bring the northwestern Ohio total to 95 fatalities in the first eight months of 1946. This is an increase of 15 over the same 1945 period. Trip Over Alcan Road Made By Findlayites Six flat tires, a broken fuel pump, 90 in the shade and a trip through a blizzard were only part of the ex periences of Miss Margaret Pendle ton, daughter of Judge and Mrs. WE HAVEN’T FORGOTTEN TUu. The FORD In Your Future IS ON ITS WAY! service that’s tops in every respect. Many of our finest mechanics have returned from war service. In addition to their expert workmanship, we have the modern equipment plus the Genuine Ford Parts needed for any job. Right now we can give you one-day service on any job ex cept a major overhaul. Come in today for a thorough check-up and lubrication. Let us put your car in shape for the last lap. Modern Ford methods will save you time, trouble and money. So bring your Ford “home” for service! THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Chester Pendleton, who with MiSs Elizabeth Olmstead, Buffalo, N. Y., has just returned from a 10,000 mile trip over the Alcan Highway. The Alcan Highway, made famous during the war, is not open to the public yet and Miss Pendleton and her companion, both members of the geology department of Smith Col lege, were the first unescorted wo men to make the trip up the high way from Dawson Creek to Fair banks. They traveled 10,000 miles in two months, and during much of the trip they traveled down the gravel high way at a 15-mile-an-hour average. The girls carried 25 gallons of gasoline, three spare tires, five tubes, food for 14 days, full camp ing equipment and all sorts of au tomotive spare parts. Champion Steer Sells For $486 At Fair Proud possessor of “Duke” grand champion of the Bank Call club’s 81 head of prime western beef steers at the Hancock county fair was Orville Cook, Jr., 18. of route 2, Carey, a student at the Vanlue school. His Black Angus steer sold to the Flechtner Brothers packing company, Fostoria, for a record breaking price of $486.80. Rawson Students In crease By 37 Rawson school opened with a total enrollment of 416, an increase of 37 over last year. The sixth grade is the largest class with 45. The first grade with an enrollment of 49 has been divided into two rooms. HARDIN COUNTY Swap Business Bldgs. In Ada Two Ada business buildings were exchanged recently by H. J. Sousley and Roy Rayl. Sousley took possession of the Welsh Bldg., recently purchased by Rayl, and Rayl in turn took the Sousley Bldg., occupied by Dr. G. S. Wilcox and the George Feltz real estate office. Dr. Wilcox plans to retire and Feltz will conduct his business from his home. Rayl will move his shoe repair business to his new building with living quarters upstairs. Onion Crop Yields 475 Bushels Per Acre The harvest of onion crop on the Scioto marsh between Alger and McGuffey is virtually completed with an average of between 475 and 500 bushels per acre. Carl Krummrey, Alger, has shipped three cars, but the crop is moving to market slowly because of a price decline. Man Suffocates When Truck Overturns Glenn E. Hamilton, 21, Mt. Victory, O., died of suffocation when he was pinned in the cab of his coal truck which skidded on loose gravel and overturned six miles east of Kenton. Dallas Parthmore, 12, a passenger, is in Antonio Hospital Kenton, for treatment of shock. Ada Pool’s Profit Is Largest In History Ada’s municipal pool which closed Labor Day, enjoyed its most success ful year, according to a report from Manager Clyde Lamb. Despite bad weather of the last three weeks of the season, the pool grossed $4,795.02 which was $1,000 better than the best year and $1,693.35 better than 1945. PUTNAM COUNTY Putnam’s Healthiest Joyce Weisenberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W’eisenberger, of Ottawa, and Byron Dean Steiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Steiner of Pandora, were the winners in Put nam 4-H Health Elimination contest held at the Putnam county health office at Ottawa. Joyce is 11 years old and is a sixth grade pupil at Ottawa public school. Byron is 12 years old and a seventh grade pupil at Pandora schools. Fire Destroys Barn Fann machinery, 500 bushels of oats and several tons of hay were lost when fire destroyed a barn on the H. O. Graham farm, three miles southeast of Ottawa. Cannery Workers Will Get X-Rays Preparations have been completed by the Putnam county health de- i partment to conduct chest X-rays of all employes in canneries of thei county, it was announced here to day by Dr. H. A. Neiswander, county health commissioner. All persons will be given an X ray free of charge with the cost of this program being financed by the Putnam county Tuberculosis and Health association. The funds were made available through the sale of Christmas health seals. Stork Twice Winner After 50 Years It took 50 years before a James F. Pope invalid coach lost its first race with the stork, but only four days passed before a second Pope ambulance birth was recorded. The first ambulance birth came as Mr. Pope was rushing Gertrude Bracey to a Lima hospital. It was a boy. The second happened when Mrs. Clark Wells, Jr., gave birth to an other boy in the ambulance. Mr. Pope assisted at both births. NOTICE OF AP ‘OINTMENT THE STATE OF' OHIO Allen County, Estate of Catherine 1 John W. Basinger of Grove. Ohio, has been at as Executor of the esu singer late of Allen Coi In the Court of Cc County, Ohio. Case Number 37075. David A. Spyker and Allen Wiggins, e! The Defendants Rs Greene, will take noti of August. 1946, Da Margene Spyker, file Common Pleas Court in case number 37 others praying for a in the alternative fc liens as against said on the following real Petition, towit: "Forty-six and (46.94) feet off th' The prayer of sa quieting Plaintiff! Defendants or in liens, sale of pro] Said Defendants a: Petition on or bef ber, 1946, or jud] taken against thei prayer of the Pet By Clarence 504 Citizens Bldg, asinger, Deceased. R, F. D., Columbus Xinted and qualified e of Catherine Ba nty, Ohio, deceased. September. 1946. KMOND P. SMITH, Dated this Sth day of RA The Defendant. Irene at law, devisees, legatees receivers, beneficiaries, 1 the surviving divorced i scendents, creditors, sui executors, administrator^ atives of Irene M. Seidell notice that on the 4th da Myron R. Coon, filed Common Pleas Court of in case number 3712s others praying for a d« in the alternative fo liens as against said on the following real Petition to-wit: "Lot and 15132, in the W ny’s Westwood Additk American Township, The prayer of said quieting Plaintiff's ti Defendants or in the Mens, sale of proper! Said Defendants are Petition on or lief ore ber, 1946, or judgmt taken against them I prayer of the Petition Probate Judge 23 LEGAL N TI E In the Court of Comr County, Ohio. Case Number 37128. Myron R* Coon. Plaintif ell, et al. Defendants. on Pleas of Alien vs. Irene M. Seid- 4. Seidell, the heirs trustees, assignees, le surviving sjxiuse, pouse. children, de cessors in interest, and legal represent desceased, will take of September, 1946, his Petition in the Alien County, Ohio, against them and ree quieting title or n order marshalling 'endant, et al, to or ate. described in said lumbers 15414, 15431 End Really Compa to the City of Lima, len County, Ohio.’’ tition is for a decree ^i« against- all the :ertiativej marshalling and equitable relief, luired to answer said e 2nd day of Novem and decree will be accordance with the MYRON COON Miner A. Atmur ar His At By John H. Romey, I 501 National Bank Bi Oren E. Dickason, rneys, ling, Lima, Ohio 26 LEGAL iOTICE mon Pleas of Allen Margene Spyker vs. il. Greene and Dorothy that on the 14th day I A. Spyker and K. their Petition in the Allen County, Ohib, against them and cree quieting title, or an order marshalling Defendants, et al. to or estate described in said inety-four hundredths entire west side be the west 93.88 feet) it (8) in Carson Dal ai the City of Lima, ing the west half of lot number Eig tell's Sub-division Allen County. Ohi The prayer of said quieting Plaintiff’s Defendants, or in th ling of liens, sale relief. Said Defends swer said Petition o of October, 1946, a will be taken agains| the prayer of the Petition is for a decree Itle as against all the alternative for marshal property and equitable its are required to an or before the 12th day judgement and decree them in accordance with tition, A. Spyker David K. Mangene Spyker By John H. Romey, Their Attorney. 23 LEGAL NOTICE In the Common PJeas Court of Allen Coun ty, Ohio. Case No. 37040 John T. Dunaway, (51 Ewing Avenue, Lima, Ohio, Plaintiff, vs* Florence E. Dunaway, 210 Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, Defendant. The Defendant, Florence E. Dunaway, whose place of lidence is 210 Street, Fayetteville, North that John T. Duna an action against grounds of gross n cruelty, and for ot cause will be for weeks from the ds of this notice, to-v day of September. In the Court of County, Ohio. Case Number 371 li Carolina, will take notice /ay has filed in said court her for divorce on the gleet of duty and extreme ler equitable relief. Said waring on and after six :e of the first publication it: on and after the 20lh 1946. 1 T. DUNAWAY, B. Steele, His Attorney. LEG iL NOTICE Common Pleas of Allen Dale R. Stemen. berger and The Defendants, L. W. Reid, the tee®, trustees, ass aries. the survivini vorced siiouse, ch tors, successors in istratons and legs Happersburger, de deceased, will tak day of August, 19 his Petition in th Allen County, Ohi against them and quieting title or order marshalling fendant John Hapr ant L. W. Reid, estate, described i "lot numbers 10S6‘. Park Allotment Ad Allen County, Ohn air.tiff. vs. John Happers W. Reid. Itefendants. John Happersberger and irs at law. devisees, lesra fnces, receivers, benefici spouse. the surviving di dren, descendents, credi interest, executors, admin representatives of John eased, and L. W. Reid, notice that on the 26th 6. Dale R. Stemen, files! Common Pleas Court of in case number 37110, ihers praying for a decree i the alternative for an :iens as against said De ‘rsberger and said Defend er on the following real i said Petition to-wit:— and 10899 in the Hover ition to the City of Lima, Petition is for a decree title as against all the e alternative, marshalling erty and equitable relief. required to answer said re the 2nd day of Novem ment and decree will tie i in accordance with the ion. DALE R. STEMEN and Oren E. Dickason, Attorneys, Miner A. Atmur Hi! By John H. Romej 50| National Bank Building, Lima, Ohio. 26 LEG William Marue William (Billl V place of residencn RFD 1, Ashley, that Mildred Olive tition against hie children, alimony, relief, on the gn duty and extreme i n the Court of County, Ohio, at I be heard and deci six weeks from tl notice. lL NOTICE Crosley, also known as won, whose last known was care H. E. Shaw, tdiana, is hereby notified Crosley has filed her pc for divorce, custody of injunction and all proper unds of gross neglect of cruelty, in case No. 37062 Common Pleas of Allen ima, Ohio. Said cause may ed after the expiration of e first publication of this Mildred OH ■e Crosley. Plaintiff Miller. Her Attorney, Lima, Ohio LE AL NOTICE In the Court Common Pleas of Allen County. Ohio. Ku hleen E. J. Thornberg, by Georgia Robinson,Iher mother and next friend, Flainiiff, vs. JanM- G. Thornberg, Defendant, Case No. 37016. OTho defendant who r--! nt 281 Columbia Bv res t, Tipton, Indiana, will take notice that bn July 21. loir, plaintiff filed the above i praying for a alimony and child and attorre ftion against the defendant, force, custody of the child, intmnnce for herself and fees. The defendant is re quired to answer on or fore September 2s, 1946. after whic i date said action will be foi* hearing. Li -ht & Siferd, Attorneys P’r r*’ff 23 AND LONG [CE HAULING Load Insured LOCA DISTA? Every STAGER BROS. Bluffton, Ohio Lelanl Basinger, Mgr. LaFayctte Mr. George Vorhes of Lima waa a Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. Grace Vorhes. Mrs. Noah Trippiehorn of Lima, Mrs. Emmit Phillips of Norman, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Walter Locher of Cleveland, Oklahoma were Wed nesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Guthrie. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koedam of Terre Haute, Ind., were week end guests of Mr. Clifford Hall. While here they called on Mrs. Jayne Hall, who was a patient at Memorial Hos pital. Mrs. Koedam is Mrs. Hall's sister. Mrs. Viola Richeson of Spencerville was a Wednesday caller of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Albert. Mrs. Wilma Kundert of Lima ac companied Mr. and Mrs. William Binkley on a trip through the East ern states. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Stout and daughter of Ravenna were week end guests of Mrs. Adah Hall and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Long were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Guthrie. Mrs. Ruth Sumney assisted by Mrs. Fulks, entertained members of the Sempre Fidelis and Friendship Class es of the Methodist Church in her home Wednesday evening. WILLIAM BENROTH, ET AL. MjUNSON TRAPP, Pandora, Ohio Owners CLYDE WARREN, Bluffton, Ohio Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Public Sale of Real Estate 202.97 ACRES 4 202.97 Saturday, Sept. 21st, 1946 AT 2:00 O’CLOCK P. M., We, the undersigned will sell at 1 described real estate, located 2 miles or 1 mile west and mile north of Ra east and *4 mile north of Mt. Cory, west of Findlay, Ohio, and known as th DESCRIPTION—202.97 acres, more or located in Sections 10 and 15, Union Ohio. Approximately 23 acres of creek balance under cultivation the crops ha^ clover and grass, and is in a good st. well fenced and tiled. BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS covered garage electric chicken chine. TERMS on day of sale, and execute purchaser’s price in cash upon the delivery of the before March 1st, 1947 purchaser ha fall possession of premises upon th| present tenant’s rights and privileges,’ NOTE—This is one of the good farjns located in this community close to markets, centralized school nd churches on good hard top road a real buy for a home or an investment you are welcome to inspect this farm any time before ^ale day. For further informa tion or details contact the auctioneer^. yard two dwellings, the mai the tenant dwelling has two ci stoves electricity in all mail houses 4 drilled wells stand AND CONDITIONS—Purchas A4 If a pullet has the right apj formation but still is slo1 €§g production, don’t gee discouraged and cull too soon. She probably just needs Egg Lac Pellets for two or tHree days at noon. Egg-J-ac starts the slow layers, increases pro duction of better layers-f-quickly and eco nomically. Stop in for Egg-Lac right away, Master Feed Mill If You Want The Best—Insist On HEATH ER-SEAL Interchangeable Wiiter Windows and Summer Screens with Geni^ne Inter-Lock Construction Telephone Beaverdam 175-472 THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1946 0. B. May, Mrs. Irene Inskeep, Mrs. Blanche Heiser, Mrs. Bessie Slane, Mrs. Martha Patterson, Mrs. Freda Arthur, Mrs. Ella Akerman, Mrs. Hilda Badertscher, Mrs. Ivalene U rich, Mrs. Lillian Plate and Mrs. Mil dred Carey. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Shrodes and daughter of Findlay called on friends Sunday. Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Guthrie entertained at their home a number of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doernberg of Cincinnati and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Doernberg and son of Spencerville were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Guthrie. Veterinary School The first known veterinary school was established at Lyons, France, in 1761. .. ............. Tractor Equipment And arm pairing ric and El Ace efte Welding RtUrfTON FARM EQUIPMENT CO. E. F. Schmidt, Prop. 103 E. Elm St, Bluffton phone 260-W Open Saturday Evenings Al PREMISES ublic Auction the following ufh of Benton Ridge, Ohio rfcon, Ohio or 1 mile north' Ohio or 11 miles south' ?, Charlie Watson Farm. Uss, of good sandy loam soil Township, Hancock County, bottom land, spring fed the 2 been properly rotated with te of fertility this farm is t-Two large barns, one with dwelling has basement and garage dwellings wired for i buildings 5 hog houses 2 ions for 8 cows milking ma- ?r to pay the sum of $5000.00 contract balance of purchase deed for said premises, on or [i the right to sow wheat this delivery of deed, subject to which expire March 1st, 1947. POULTRY RAISERS I Before culling, fry WG-tfiC! Gets “SLOW” Pullets into action Steps up egg production of •’ood layers tarance and body in coming into W. J. REAGAN, Route 5, Lima, Ohio ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $5 for Horses $3 for Cows BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone KZAIN 475 Collect BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC.