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POULTRY RAISERS ATTENTION!
For greater egg production We suggest trying
Conkey’s Y. O. Egg Mashes.
Conkeys 22% Y. O. Breeder Mash..........$o.25 per 100
Again* available after 3 years of wartime restriction
Conkey’s 32% Y. O. Poultry Supplement Mash to Be
mixed* with 300 pounds of your grains making i 20%
all mash egg mash- Price...................... $5.90 per 100
Highest Prices Paid for Poultry
JORG HATCHERY
Phone 182-W
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PERFECT GIFT F6R THE
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Sweethearts pledge eternal love with Lane, the gift that
starts the home. The one perfect gift for the bride!
Remember, too, it’s the only tested, aroma-tight Red Cedar
Hope Chest! Place your order now for earliest delivery.
An ideal Christmas gift—use our lay-away plan
Basinger’s Furniture Store
They’re here
Now you cqn get
Rubber Footwear
Our window display features
post-war genuine Ball-Band pro
tective Rubber footwear for the
entire family.
The supply is limited—get now
what you will need for next win
ter.
New Peerless Felt Hats
in Smart [all styles [or men
They have been the choice of discriminating men in Bluffton for over 30 years
$5.00 to $8.50
Some choice styles in Peerless Wool Felt Hats $2.10 to $3.
Also hats for “Wttle gents” and boys.
BAU-BANI
GEIGER & DILLER
House of Quality Apparel for the Family
and Societies
Jitsu Tau Club
The Jitsu Tau club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Gerald Huber, Wednes
day night, Oct. 2.
Century Circle
The Century circle met with Mrs.
Gilbert Fett, Wednesday afternoon
with Miss Ocie Anderson assistant
Hostess.
The program was: Your Vacation
Plans, Mrs. Fred Badertscher My
Trip, Mrs. Clair Fett.
Royal Neighbors
The Royal Neighbors lodge will
meet at the home of Mrs. Ross Bo
gart, Friday night at 8 o’clock.
Alpha Gamma
The Alpha Gamma club will mark
the opening of its ninth season with
a meeting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd
Van Meter, Friday night at 8:30
I o’clock. Mrs. Arden Baker will dis
cuss the topic, History of our Com
munity.
i Officers for the coming year are:
Pres., Mrs. Richard Davies vice
pres., Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter secre
tary, Mrs. Arden Baker treasurer,
Miss Rita Hankish.
Retiring officers are: Pres., Mrs.
Paul Stauffer rice pres., Mrs. Wil
ford Steiner sec., Mrs. Stevens
Smith treas., Mrs. B. W. Travis.
Anyone desiring transportation to
Mrs. Van Meter’s please call Mrs.
Smith.
Farm Woman’s Club
Meeting of the Orange Township
Farm Woman’s club has been post
poned until October 11. Mrs. Al
berta Marshall will be hostess.
KODAK FILM
Ben
OTART year plcturo
making right with depend
able Kodak Film in the yel
low box—the film that geta
the picture. Then tend oa
the exposed rolls for expert
developing and printing.
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
WORK
GLOVES
Tiger Grip will out
wear several pairs
of ordinary gloves.
In gauntlet, saftee
and knit cuffs.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Eastern Star
I he Eastern .. Stai
meet next Tueday
m.
7:30 p.
Farm Bureau
Farm Bureau Council No. 15 will
meet at the Community house, Fri
day night at 8 o’clock with Mrs. Ad
eline Graber entertaining.
East Orange
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Baumgard
ner and daughters Janice and Joyce
of Monroe, Mich., were dinner guests
Sunday in the C. E. Agin home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J- Boutwell were
afternoon callers.
Mrs. Lula Wagner spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Mary Held
man.
Several members of the Riley
Creek Baptist church attended the
Auglaize association at the Kenton
Baptist church Tuesday and Wed
nesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlen Gallant of
near Findlay called on Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Boutwell Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rossman
have chosen the name of Robert
Lynn for their son born recently.
Mrs. Mildred Amstutz of Harrod
spent a couple of days last week
with her daughter Alice Mae Bout
well and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Boutwell
spent Sunday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. Adrian Van Atta of Findlay.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell and
Byron were dinner guests Thursday
in the Will Boutwell home of Ada.
Mrs. Ho Agin spent an afternoon
one day last week with Mrs. Amber
Williams of Arlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell and
children attended the Home Coming
at the Emmanuel Reformed church
near Bluffton, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marshall ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Keith of Lima took a trip to the
southern part of the States last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Childs of
Lima, Mrs. John Smith of Mt. Cory
spent a few days last week in the
Harry Marshall home.
Mt. Cory
A Centennial observance will be
held starting this Wednesday night
and ending Sunday as it will be 100
years since the Zion Evangelical
church was built. There will be
special music and speakers at each
service. Rev. Irvin Kaufman is the
present pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones called
on Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones of
near Bluffton, Tuesday.
Ruth Ghaster called on Mrs. Des
sie Beagle and daughter Genevieve
Friday afternoon.
Charles Guin GM 1/c, of Nava]
base at New Haven, Conn., is visit
ing his mother Mrs. Bessie Guin.
Frank Balister returned home
after a week’s stay in New York
city and Washington. Charles Guin
accompanied him home.
Ruth Ghaster and Chester Huber
spent Sunday in Toledo and called
on Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hammel, Mrs.
Della Spenker and Peter Walhovey.
Willard Kramer called on Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Holmes.
Mrs. Clara Bauman of Findlay
called on Willard Kramer and they
visited Bishop McClish who had a
stroke and is in Bluffton hospital.
He lives north of Mt. Cory.
N. V. Turner left Monday for
Cleveland where he will attend the
convention of the K of lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. George Quimby
were in Toledo Saturday and called
on Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hammel and
Mrs. Della Spenker.
Fresh Drugs
and
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
of All Kinds
Prescriptipns Care
fully Compounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
Amstutz
Cannery
Operating Monday thru
Friday. Fruit taken by
appointment only- Have
products in by 3 p. m.
nig ht
The BLACKHAWK VALLEY BOYS, popular instrumental and
singing quartet with the WOWO Hoosier Hop are veteran radio
performers with plenty of talent. When they give out with one
of their original versions of a hoedown or a schottische. the Hop
audience always calls for more. At the Putnam county fair
Wednesday night, October 2.
“Bigger and Better Every Year”
Putnam
COUNTY FAIR
4 DAYS 4 NIGHTS
OCTOBER 2-3-4-5
MUSIC BY COUNTY SCHOOL BANDS
FINE EXHIBITS
Canned Goods -Fruits -Vegetables Needlecraft
Grange and School Displays nb-v
Harness Racing
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
FRIDAY SATURDAY
Starting at 1:30 3 Heats Purse $500
V-
^99
Wik
Stock Displays
The Finest Stock in America
Horses- Cattle- Swine Sheep
Poultry and Pet Stock
GOOD EXHIBITS CLEAN SHOWS
Admission General 42c, Tax 8c Total 50c
THURSDAY. SEPT. 26. 1946
FAIR
WEDNESDAY
HOOSIER HOP
of WOWO
THURSDAY AND
SATURDAY
B. Ward Beams
Daredevils
Thrills and Spills in Their Sen
sational Automobile Acts
FRIDAY NIGHT
Variety of
Special Acts
Also Fireworks on Thursday
and Friday Nights

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