THURSDAY, JAN, IM 7
Dairy products probably will rate
still higher as food products when
scientists unravel* the .mystery 'of
The Stanley F/. Basmger
The Bells of SI
with BING CROSE
The right of a family
It eotts no
more to call
Uffht Syrup, Can
U. S. No. 1
IS lb. Cwwnimers Bar
Alfalfa leaf meal* contaia^ ^per
cent more protein than plain alfalfa
Sun., 3 P.M.
CLAUDETTE COLBERT and JO
The Kid From 1Brooklyn
with JOHN GARFIELD and GERAL1
HN WAYNE in
Nobody Lives 1Forever
much it will spend for a
unquestioned as everybod
privilege of selecting me
services priced to meet it
Whatever the family9s di
price we provide our trad
0 decide how
funeral is as
cision, as to
//2 £MA/N 571 48
Mil I and Full Bodied,
3 lb. 1 —Ground to Order
Any Braird—No Limit
Full of Juice
7 for 25c
Extra Long Grain—1 lb. Box
2 for 35c
NOW AVAILABLE—LIMITED AMOUNT OF GREEN
.. TEA: ALSO SALMON
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
B. F. BIERY, BuaiMM Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by thaeBluffton New* Publishing and
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. S.
Entered a* second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 8, 1879.
Small one room fuel oil heater.
See it at Dasinger’s furniture store.
Mrs. Kenneth Sommers and little
daughter of Pandora visited Mrs.
Kenneth Henry, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler
visited Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Hochstettler.
See me for memorials of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St, Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
Mrs. Paul Clark, of the Clark Hat
shoppe is ill at her home on Grove
Notice—My radiator shop is open
for business and also other soldering.
Used radiators for sale. Eli Schiffer
ly, 319 N. Main St. 41
Materials available for upholster
ing chairs and living room suites.
Murray Upholstering, shop, Thurman
Basinger ambulance removals: Mrs.
Melvin Lora and infant son from the
Findlay hospital to the home of Dr.
and Mrs. B. R. Herring of West Elm
Mrs. Frank Zuercher, Romanus
Zuercher, Helen and Edith Zuercher,
Mrs. Louise Schmidt and Martin and
Jo Schmidt visited Sunday at the
home of Mrs. John Fell in Findlay.
Diller ambulance removals: Edwin
Altman from Bluffton hospital to the
Dr. King residence in Mt. Cory
Huldah Schifferly from her home on
Poplar street to Bluffton hospital.
We have a very good new combina
tion gas and coal cooking stove, very
practical where heat is needed in the
kitchen in winter. Will also burn
bottle gas. Basinger’s furniture
and Mrs. Med Murray of
Jackson street who spent the
two months visiting Mrs. Mur
ray’s son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Madden of Southern
Hills, Dayton, are now visiting Mrs.
Murray’s son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Patrick of Akron.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chidester en
tertained Thursday: Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Leiber and son Roger Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Leiber of
Beaverdisnu Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Chidester *and Ronnie and Judy
Chidester, Mrs. Edna Leiber, Mrs.
Daisy Steinbrenner, Roy Matter and
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stettler of
Bluffton. Refreshments were served.
Lions Club Fetes
Pirate Grid Team
Bluffton High school’s undefeated
1946 football team were guests of
the Lions club at a dinner meeting
held in tribute to the championship
outfit Tuesday night in the Walnut
Coach Sid Gillman, of Miami uni
versity, was the speaker, and a fea
ture event was showing of movies of
the Miami-University of Florida
game last fall.
Coach A. C. Burcky, of Bluffton
college, was the toastmaster, and
Coach Kent Cotterman, of the un
defeated Bluffton squad, also had a
place on the program.
Faculty Manager Sidney C. Stet
tler awarded numeral and letters to
football squad members as follows:
Numerals were awarded to
Juniors: Ted Bauman, Richard
Fields, Donald Herr Sophomores:
Sam Buhler, Ralph Dunifon, Ber
nard Fish, Earl Frick, Lee Hursey,
Dean Sommer, Ray Lee Wilch
Freshmen: John Bauman, Don Burk
holder, Cleo Diller, George Grismore,
Eugene Hankish, Dwayne Hauen
stein, Larry Mathewson.
Letters were awarded to Sen
iors: Don Fritchie,
Keith Kirtland, Larry Miller Jun
iors: Kenneth Bracy, John Klay
second year awards to: James Howe,
Keith Moore senior awards to:
John Althaus, Robert Coon, Earl
Lewis, Richard New
Pogue, Mike Reagan,
Wayne Sommer, Rob-
awarded to football
men playing in half of the quarters
thru the season.
Second year awards consist of a
white arm stripe to a football man
who won letter in previous season
and who played in half of the quar
ters through the second season.
Third year awards (none given
this year) are white shoulder star
to men who won letter and stripe in
previous years and played in half
of quarters through third season.
Senior awards are gold football
watch charm to seniors who have
previously won a minimum of a let
ter and played thru one-fourth of
quarters in fourth year.
Numerals are awarded to squad
members participating in less than
half of the quarters through the
Livestock experts predict the
smallest lamb crop in 20 years to
be produced in 1947. This will be
the sixth year that the year’s crop
is smaller than the preceding one.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hahn of Lima,
former Bluffton residents, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Betty to Jack Strahm, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Strahm of Lima. The
wedding will take place Sunday,
April 13 in Wesley Methodist church
in that city.
The bride-elect is the granddaught
er of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn of
Bluffton, a graduate of the North
western School of Commerce and is
employed in the office of Feldman’s
department store in Lima.
Mr. Strahn who served in the
Army Air corps is proprietor of a
Lima filling station.
To Direct Music
Prof. Russell Lantz of Bluffton col
lege will direct the dinner music at
the annual ladies night of Lima
Lions club to be held Tuesday even
ing, Feb. 4 at the Barr hotel in Lima.
Friendly Neighbors Club
The Friendly Neighbors club will
meet with Elizabeth Van Meter, on
Thursday afteywon. Numbers on the
program include a poem by the pres
ident, Helen Cherry Special music,
Norma Johnson Talk, Miss Winner.
Jitsu Tau Club
Mrs. Herman Stager will be
u club this
ess to the Jitsu-Ta
nesday night at 8
Monday night at
All urged to
Royal Neighbors will meet at their
hall Friday night at 8 o’clock.
Lucille Frantz, hostess.
The Alpha Gamma club will be
hostess to a meeting of the City
Federation of Women’s clubs at the
high school cafeteria next Tuesday
night at 8 o’clock, Mrs. Karl King
of Bryan, northwest district presi
dent of the state federation will be
The Women’s Auxiliary of the
hospital will meet Thursday after
noon at 2 o’clock. Full attendance
is desired as dres«jgs wil} be made.
The Amico club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Stella Core, Thursday.
Mrs. Vernal Corson will be in charge
Travel class met with Mrs.
E. N. Bigelow', Wednesday afternoon.
The program inclined roll call, cur
rent events Westward the Course,
Members of the Century circle
and their husbands will enjoy a din
ner at the Walnut*grill this Wednes
day night at 6:30. Following
dinner Mrs. W. A. Amstutz will
view the book “The Miracle of
Farm Bureau Council
The Scattered Neighbors Advisory
council will meet
the home of Mr.
Friday night at
Progressive Mothers Club
The Progressive Mothers club will
meet with Mrs. Christine Wenger
next Tuesday night at 6:30 o’clock
for potluck supper. The evening
program will include devotionals by
Evelyn Benroth and a paper Every
day Manners at Home by Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Buhler an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Genevieve to Peter G. Fast,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Fast
of Mountain Lake, Minn. The bride
elect is a student in Bluffton college
and Mr. Fast is a student In Goshen
college, Goshen, Ind. No date has
been set for the wedding.
Annual inspectipn of Bluffton
Masonic lodge will be held next
Monday night at 7:30 o’clock with
J. V. DeWeese of Delphos as in
specting officer. Work in Entered
Apprentice degree. Refreshments.
Robert Neiswander, W. M., Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Main of Ada
announce the engagement of their
eldest daughter, Mary Jo to Willard
E. Straub, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Straub of Sandusky.
The bride-elect, granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Amstutz of
Bluffton, is a former Ada high school
student and was graduated from
Brush high school in Cleveland in
1943. She is employed as secretary
with the Osborn, Manufacturing Co.,
Mr. Straub, since returning from
service with the coast guard is st
senior at Bowling Green university
and member of Alpha Tau Omega
and Pi Kappa Delta fraternities.
Rites Held In Lima
For R. S. Steiner
Funeral services were held in
Lima last Saturday for R. S. Stein
er, 68, prominent Allen county at
torney, and a native of Beaverdam
who was widely known in the Bluff
He was a brother of Mrs. Christ
Bixel, of Bluffton, and of the late
Dr. J. S. Steiner.
Mr. Steiner’s death at his home
in Lima, last Wednesday, followed
an illness of six weeks.
was a graduate of Beaverdam
school and the law college at
Northern university. After
admitted to the Ohio bar, he
moved to Montana where he home
steaded and served a term as prose
cutor of Sweetgrass county.
He had been actively practicing as
an Allen county attorney since re
turning to Lima in 1919.
Survivors include the widow, Mrs.
Marian Steiner, a daughter, Mrs.
Oren E. Dickson, of Lima one sis
ter in addition to Mrs. Bixel, Mrs.
Sarah Geiger, of Newton, Kansas
and a brother, A. I. Steiner, of
North Lima. A son, Virgil, died in
1937 while a student at Bluffton
Burial was in the Zion cemetery,
and Mrs. Amos Reichenbach
and Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Reichen
bach called on Mr. and Mrs. Mark
were Mr. and
family Sunday after
evening dinner guests
Mrs. Herbert Reichen-
Jennings spent Thurs
day with her sister, Mrs. Ruby Watt
Burdell Huber and
Misses Edna and
Dale Huber, Edgar
Mrs. Roscoe Trout
Mr. and Mrs.
Mae Huber, Mr.
Huber, Mr. and
and son Cloyce spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Ernest
and family of Beaverdam.
Mrs. D. W. Fauver, who was sick
last week, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Wingate.
Tues, and Wed. callers of Mis. Lil
lie Fett and Miss Nellie Huber were
Howard Smith of Findlay, Miss Clar
ibel Owens, Mrs. Mabel Hilty and
Mrs. Hazel Hess. Mrs. Lillie Ander
son called Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Fauver was a Saturday caller
at the Arthur Phillip home. Sunday
evening callers were Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Younkman and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Younkinan and sons. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and
family were Thursday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards
and family of near Columbus Grove.
Mrs. C. H. Zahrend of West Min
ster is spending the week with her
daughter Mrs. C. M. Gleason and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman were
Sun. afternoon callers of Mr. Wm.
Hall at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Conlin of Delphos. Mrs. Phil
lips reports that Mr. Hall is 86 years
of age and is very ill of complica
Mrs. Lamar Basinger is serving on
the Grand Jury this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartman called
at the Pete Hartman home Sunday
Mr.*and Mrs. Orton Stratton called
on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber attended
the double wedding of their two
nieces, Melba Mae, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Hauenstein of Lima
and June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Hauenstein, which was held at
the Central Church of Christ, Satur
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings were
Wednesday guests of Mrs. Clara Jen
nings of Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son were Sunday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ey
ers of Kalida.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
and daughters spent Sunday after
noon at the Cal Herr home.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Turner of Cleve
land and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Clapper
and little daughter Marcene called on
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze and daugh
ters spent Sunday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Chet Long and family.
Last week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Andrews and family were
Mr. and Mrs. Kipker of New Hamp
SHORTS AND MIDDLINGS
Consumer-size packages of frozen
fruits and vegetables take only 14
per cent of the total quantity frozen
annually. The other 68 per cent of
o frozen-processed fruits and
vegetables goes into large containers
for hotels, restaurants, and institu
Production of farm machinery has
reached levels where it is making
some headway in reducing the huge
backlog of orders. Dollar values of
machinery manufactured in August,
September, and October were over
$60,000,000 for each month. Tract
ors made during August totaled 28,
420 units. Repair parts manufac
ture is increasing.
bard coal stove,
& Stratton gas
Leiber, 2 miles
have bath fix1
Althaus. Call 2
F. Garretson, bi
furnace and ba
owner, 347 S. N
Wai term ire’s.
*d living room
also re-built and re
•oom suite and good
hn Deere manure
as new also Briggs
line engine. Russell
south of town.
e floor plan house
ur rooms and bath
dem except does not
ares. Mrs. H. W.
18-W Bluffton phone,
en room house, oil
two blocks from
electricity and i
ed on good
quire 119 Jeffra
good tires, good
For sale Whi
wood range, like
new hot water
bel Owens, Bluff
cock county. Address
St., Ada, Ohio. C|ll
Chimney sweep soot
e porcelain coal and
new. Henry Green,
?m 6-room house,
urnace and built-in
1 Bluffton phone
Why worry if
known skin diseas
Sidney’s Drug sh
parts, prompt sei
white and burr o
walnut in stand ii
prices paid. We
good native timbf
Red 257 or write
Co., Ada, Ohio.
lard. Gid Gar
terrier pups. Clari
on phono 547-R.
afflicted with any
Ask about V-J-O.
vice. Verl Reichen
phone 542. tf
clear, solid red,
ik also maple and
buy all kinds of
r. Call Ada phone
jacket size 1
12 months. 1
Lester N is wander,
acres with 7 room
enty of buildings
tinning water locat
and Bluffton. In
I Plymouth sedan,
running order. Mrs.
1 miles east of
also beef for
your farm this
sale by the quarter.
Moser, Bluffton phone 541-T.
Products see True
Yale, authorized representative
for Auglaize, Jackson, Richland,
Perry and Bath townships in Allen
county and Orange tpwnship in Han
Limited quantity, average condition.
Will pay $35.00 for 1856 Flying
Eagle $4.00 for 187J, 19O9-§ $1^0
for 1871, 1872 $1.00,for 1869, OTO,
1908-S? 50c for 1866, 1867, 1868,
1878 25c for 1861, 1073,
1876 15c for 1857 P.E.,
1859, 1860, 1862, 1863,
1879, 1885 5c for 1884.
Other dates $1.50 per $00. Other coins
also wanted. Send coins insured mail,
to: The Coin Recorder, Bluffton, Ohio
or see Robert Benroth at 612 S. Main
St. after 6 p. m., or Saturday after
noon. Telephone 342-Y.
For sale—1946 Westinghouse re
frigerator Woman’s Friend 1946
washer 2 piece mohair living room
suite 9 by 12 all wool rug. Ray Leh-
man, 2^£ miles north of
church. Call after 6 p. (n.
For sale—Several pice building
lots inside corporation fticing Rt. 103.
Ezra Basinger, phone 48-Y. 40
For sale—WeatherdSeal inter-.
changeable winter windows and sum
mer screens with genuine interlock
construction. W. J. Reagan, Rt. 5,
Limaj Ohio. Beaverdam phone 175-1
Snow shovels. Waitermire’s.
Order Tru-Fit hosiery, manufactur
ed by American Mills. 45 gauge ailk
hose 2 prs., $3.05 42 g$uge rayons,
2 prs., $2.30 51 gauge rayons, 2 prs.
$2.75. Foregoing prices plus tax.-AU
hose seamed. Cleda Clements, 164
S. Mound St., Pljone 415-R. Call
For trade—Modern house in Find
lay will trade for similar property
in Bluffton if not interested in
trade, will exchange^ ipbfupancy of
Findlay property with one th Bluff
ton and we’ll both save commuting.
Gayion Thomas, 120 Madison Ave.,
Findlay. Findlay phone $034-M.
For sale—2 wheel trailfr. Inquire
corner Spring & Elm Sts. i
For sale or trade—-190 acre grain
and livestock farm in Bluff|on area.
Modern buildings. Would consider
smaller farm or town property. Write
Box B, c/o Bluffton News,
For sale—Washers. Veil Reichen
bach, Beaverdam phone 5(12.
For sale—Used pressure canner,
$5. Call Bluffton phone 446-W.
For sale—Property. Inquire Mrs.
Chas. Gazette, 320 N. Ma$n St. 41
For sale—Furnace wodd. Bluffton
Wanted—Good home for large
Angora tom cat, gM ratter
country home preferred.J Mrs. Hell
Potee, S. Mound St., Bluffton.
For sale—Two-piece In’ng room
suite like new also 9 by 12 rug and
pad. Inquire 165 N. Ja|kson St.
For sate—Modern 9-toom house,
centrally located. Call phone 169-W.
For sale—-Rite-way two single unit
milking machine or will trade on
livestock. John Nusbaum, 2 miles
north of Ebenezer church. 41
ures based o
to figuring i
the cost of
Wanted-—Clean, fight weight cotton
regs. Bluffton JeW8 office. tf
both war vet
700 by 16,
16 tires in st
ng married couple
or several rooms
ins. Inquire at Mrs.
lome in Pandora or
50 by 16 and 600 by
k at Waitermire’s,
dies short brown fur
good as new, Mrs.
k at Pine restaurant,
do ironings. Mrs,
•ad scarf near News
of colors, Pattern
ones and flowers of
ider please call phone
lent type anti-freeze.
1936 Plymouth deluxe
and heater, recently
ew tires and battery.
1 miles north of
'wo new doors 6" by
window sash 24" by
210" 4 neit
28” also he&vy barn frame,
ion Burkholder, phone 472-Y.
Meeting of the Bluffton Business
Men’s association has been postponed
until Wednesday night of next week
because of conflicting engagements.
It will be held at the Walnut grill
at 8 o’clock.
Table Models and
Several Used Radios
Brauen Radio Service
as a guide
e present in*
of your prop
iis value on a
case of fire,
las in Jacobs
mtas ijn Panth
imp and Egg
Command^ in Furnace
AH coal delivered identi
cal with trade’name under
which it is sola.
I do not handle Ohio
124 N. Lawn Ave.
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