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Pleasant View
Mr. and Mrs. Junior
Findlav
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wynkoop and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dukes were
entertained New Year’s Eve in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sheidler
©f the Ridge road.
Rev. G. E. Vinaroff, evangelist
and singer who is conducting a two
weeks revival meeting at the Raw
son Evangelical U. B. church was
the speaker at the regular worship
POTATO BREAD
AtoZ
Meat Market & Lccfecr Service
Home Killed Meats
also Custom Butchering and Processing
CkAiAM rAA POULTRY, FRUITS, FISH
rrozen roods
Shop Armstron
service at the Pleasant View church,
Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Rader and
of Harrod scent Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Mace Rader.
The Ladies Harmony Circle wil
meet in the home of Mrs. Waldi
Hanna this Thursday
Robert Poe will be
leader on the subject
Look.”
on Qualif
Sofa Beds
Designed for perfect sitting
and sleeping comfort dis
tinctively different, this sofa
changes easily and quickly
from a comfortable sofa to
an equally comfortable bed...
has full inner spring con
struction, available in various
colors of durable tapestry.
Priced ern 7E
at 0 Up
Our Prices
Greatly
program
Forward
vegetables,
RYE
Large Variety Smoked Meats
We Buy Hides also Waste Fats
Pre-February SALE!
g’s for Real Savings
y Merchandise
Here Is Just a Sample of Our Many Bargains
Bridge Lamps .... $16.75 to $12.75
Living Room Suites $198.00 to $159.00
Floorlamps $19.75 to $15.00
Table Lamps $12.50 to $7.50
Kroehler Base Rockers $69.75 to $55.00
Magazine Racks $7.50 to $5.00
Clothes Hampers $6.95 to $3.98
Also a Large Selection of
Bed Room Suites
in Maple, Mahogany and Limed Oak at
Armstrong’s Furniture
108-110 S. Main
Phone 147-W Roy E. Hauenstein, Mgr.
Trailing midway through the final
period by two points, Bluffton High’s
undefeated eagers cut loose with a
seven-point splurge while holding
their opponents scoreless to down
Lima St. Rose, 52 to 47, Tuesday
night on the Bluffton floor.
It was the eighth consecutive vic
tory of the season for the Pirates,
but St. Rose, beaten only once before
this year, proved the strongest foes
the locals have faced to date.
The visitors held the edge at the
close of the first quarter, 13 to 12,
after the score had been tied four
times and the lead had changed
hands on the same number of occa
sions.
Bluffton’s offensive maneuvers
worked better in the second period,
however, and at halftime the locals
had pulled away to a 26 to 21 lead,
but in the third quarter St. Rose
again narrowed the gap to trail by
only one point, 40 to 39, at the end
of the stanza.
The fourth quarter was a thriller
all the way, with St. Rose knotting
the count 41 to 41, shortly after
the opening of the period and two
minutes later the visitors were out
in front 44 to 43.
Then, midway thru the quarter,
with the count standing 47 to 45, St.
Rose, Bluffton’s defense looked its
best of the year as the Pirates held
the visitors scoreless the rest of the
way, while they were tallying the
seven points that gave them victory.
Three players for Bluffton and
two on the Lima team vied for scor
ing honors in the game. Neil
Schmidt, Bluffton forward, was high
point-getter with 15, and Mulcahy,
of Lima, had 14. Wayne Sommer,
stood next high with 12, and Howe
Have Been
Reduced!
Bluffton High Cagers Come From
Behind To Beat St. JRose, 52-47
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
and Call
Bluffton’s ultimate
tory came from the
Pirates had 21 field
their opponents. St.
edge in free throws,
The lineups:
Bluffton
Schmidt ...
Stonehill
Howe
Bracy
Althaus
Wilch
Kirtland
Reagan .—
Totals
St Rose
School Board To Get
New Schedule For
Teachers Pay
(Concluded from page 1)
two.
Older teachers have claimed
board has discriminated
them during the last year,
new instructors at figures above the
that
existing pay schedule,
reason they believed tt
at higher than schedule
not participate on an e
any pay raise
ceeds of the two-mill
To reconcile the pc
two divergent groups
task faced by the boa
the salary adjustment
that task has vastl
consideration of the
the
against
in hiring
ichers hired
rates should
ual basis in
from pro-
granted
On the other hand,
newer instructors
salaries in excess oi
schedule said they can
ing to participate in i
creases which might 1
ranted.
ns of the
i been the
n drafting
edule, and
omplicated
■d
ers
said some
Altho board meir
new teachers have
above the salary
pointed out they faced the alterna-*
tive of paying above schedule or
closing the departments involved,
since they were unable to fill posi
tions at the salary level provided by
the schedule.
been employed
schedule, they
Hired Above Schedule
Among teachers now employed at
salaries higher than provided by the
schedule are: Kent Cotterman,
coach, $2,200 per year, $748 above
schedule Dwight Spayth, industrial
arts, $2,300 per year, $548 above
schedule John Martin, music, $2,400
per year, $636 above schedule
Elizabeth Mohr, domestic science,
$1,800 per year, $266 above schedule
Harry F. Barnes, agriculture, half
time, $1,500 per year, $12 above
schedule Mrs. Dwight Spayth, grade
school, $1,700 per year and Edna
Cramer, dramatics, two-sevenths
time, $700 per year, $182 above
schedule.
Principal objection of the older
teachers is said to center on salaries
paid Mr. and Mrs, Spayth and Mar
tin. Spayth was hired at the begin
ning of the second semester last
year, and the other two assumed
teaching duties here this fall.
In addition to the debated question
of salary schedules, the board also
has faced the problem of determining
how much of approximately $10,000
additional provided by the levy each
year will go for teachers pay. In
preliminary discussion it has been
indicated that approximately half of
the total will be set aside for badly
needed maintenance of buildings and
equipment.
AN ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE FIXING SALARY RATES
FOR CERTAIN OFFICES AND ALSO
WAGE RATES FOR SKILLED AND COM­
MON LABOR EMPLOYED BY THE VIL
LAGE OF BLUFFTON. OHIO, AND RE
PEALING ALL PREVIOUS ORDINANCES
INCONSISTENT HEREWITH:
Be it ordained by the Coancil of the Vil
lage of Bluffton, State of Ohio:
Section 1—-That the salary of the chief of
police of *the Village of Bluffton shall be One
Hundred and Fifteen ($111.00) Dollars per
month, payable monthly.
Section 2—Thai the salary of the service
supervisor of the Village olf Bluffton shall be
Seventy-five (S?5.r~
able monthly.
I age on Bluffton shall be
Dollar^ per month, pay-
Section S—-That the salary of the night
watch of the Village of Blfffton shall be One
1.00) Dollars per
Hundred and Sixty (Sli
month, payable monthly.
Section 4—That the wtire rate for skilled
labor employed by the Village of Bluffton
shall be Eighty-five if .*) Cents per hour.
Section 5- That the rate for common
labor employed by the (Village of Bluffton
shall be Seventy-five (t 175) Cents per hour.
Section 6—That the foregoing salary and
wage rate* shall be inffull force an effect
from and after the first pay of January, 1947.
Section 7—That all ordinances or parts of
oixlinances inconsistent Therewith be and the
same are hereby repeaMl and that this ordin
ance shall take effect! from and after the
earliest period allowed* by law.
earliest period a!
Passed this 6th
if January, 1947.
W. A. HOWE,
Mayor
Passed this 6th day
Attest:
W. O. GEIGER.
Clerk
t?
-This Is All You WAri
Dependability Assured
by 44 Years* Experience
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Fittings by appointment at
111) So. Lawn Ave„ by
Mrs. Walter Gratz
Bluffton. Ohio
Pirate Reserves
Win, 31-29 Score
third
Rose
High reserves broke a
ter deadlock to top St.
mds, 31 to 29, Tuesday
i closely contested tilt on
court.
seconds jumped away
lead in the first quarter
a 14 to 4 lead at the close
riod. The count at half
20 to 12, but the Pirate
the Blufftian
The Pir•ate
to 18
the
third
knot the count.
Wilch got 12 points for the win
ners, followed by Herr with 11,
Bracy six and Moore and Burcky
one each. Balmer, Mathewson, Bau
man, Burkholder, Schmidt, Dunifon,
Sommer, Diller and Neuenschwander
also broke into the lineup.
Donavon Conrad, Civic
Leader, Succumbs
(Concluded from page 1)
failure was the cause of death.
Three years ago Mr. Conrad had
recovered from a similar operation
for ulcers of the stomach, and ap
parently was in good health until a
relapse two weeks ago brought
about the necessity of a second
surgical operation.
From Prominent Family
The youngest of a family of 10
children, he was born in Bluffton
Feb. 27, 1905. He was the son of
Alexander and Maggie (Dunlap)
Conrad, an old and prominent Bluff
ton family.
He was married to Ruth Dally,
formerly of Lima, who survives with
one son, Jan, and a daughter, Sharon
Kay.
Surviving brothers and sisters in
clude Mrs. Nellie Doty, Jacksonville,
Fla. Mrs. Hazel McElroy, Sharps
ville, Pa. Mrs. Raymond Clymer, Mt.
Cory Mrs. Marcile Fruchey, Hills
dale, Mich. Raymond Conrad, Bluff
ton, and Willard Conrad, Lima.
Mr. Conrad was a graduate of
Bluffton High school and of the
Northwestern School of Commerce
in Lima. He had lived here all his
life, altho his work since graduation
from business college has been in
Findlay with the Central Ohio Light
and Power Co. and its predecessor,
the Western Ohio Interurban Rail
way Co.
Rev. Paul Cramer officiated at the
funeral services in the Methodist
church. Burial was in Maple Grove
cemetery.
Coats
Motor Salos
COMPLETE LINE OF
USED CARS
Vine & St. Johns
Lima, Ohio
Phone 37271
46 Chev. 2 dr.
46 Dodge ton
pick-up
42 Ford 2 dr.
42 Ford 2 dr.
42 Mercury 4 dr.
42 Chev. Aero Sdn.
,41 Ford 2 dr.
41 Mercury 4 dr.
41 Buick 4 dr.
41 DeSota 2 dr.
41 Chev. Station
wagon
41 Plymouth 2 dr.
40 Ford 2 dr.
41 Chev. Cpe.
39 Ford 2 dr.
COMPLETE BODY &
FENDER & MOTOR
REPAIR
Drugs
Fresh
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
of All Kinds
Prescriptions Care
fully Comnounded
Sidney’s Drug Shop
Phone 170-W
WILL YOU
TO MARKET,
.FOR ME?
No
HEAD Large Size
Lettuce 2
CALIFORNIA (250 Size)
Oranges
SPECIAL!
$8.50 Creme and Oil
Permanent Waves now
vics
LIMITED TIME
beauty
Phene 239-W
CREAM
EGGS
POULTRY
Highest Prices Paid
REYNOLDS BROS. PRODUCE
Si ccessors to Chas. Kinsinger
Next to Town lall Phone 492-W
^YOU OONT
A IM NOT)
MUCH A,
*6000 AT
SHOPPING
HAVE TO
KNOW A
THING
ABOUT IT.
No. 1 JONATHAN ft
APPLES BU
n ...
U« S. No. I
Potatoes
THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1947
ucx
JUST GO TO
CITY MARKET
ANO THEIR CLERKS
WILL SEE THAT YOU
GET EXACTLY THE
OONT?
THINGS YOU WANT.
$3.19ftJft
ODESSA BRAND
49c
PECg
Cauliflower~29c
Franklin Yuban
MORNING CVP
Coffee i39c
//2 MA/A/ S T. 4/8
GET CASH! GET
new year right with
cash loan. Pay what
you need. Then
place to pay. Long
you can be in the
Peas- 2 29c
MIAMI LEADER
Corn 2 23c
FLAVOR-KIST
Saltines lb. 23c
Meat Specials
HAM s
Bologna lb. 35c
SLICED LAYER
Bacon lb. 69c
READY TO EAT
Picnics lb. 43c
BLUFFTON
CITY MRRKET£5™
to a
Start
GO! Start the
clean slate. Get a
owe. Buy what
on only ONE
the year is out
before
Just phone or stop for any amount from
$10 to $1000. It’s you folks with bills we
want to please.
MARKET & ELIZABETH, LIMA
PHONE 73511
PAUL SCH0ENLE1N, MGK.

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