A reduction of 152,800 acres in U.- One-half of Morrow county’s an
S. 1947 potato goals was announced nual milk production is sold for man
in January. ufncture.
Never Say Goodbye
with ERROL FLYNN and ELEANOR PARKER
IT'S MUSICAL BLISS YOU SIMPLY CAN'T MISS!
32 Irving Berlin Melodies—Old and New
A Paramount Picture
Four shows Sunday at 3:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 P. M.
Three shows Monday at 5:00-7:00-9:00 P. M.
Listen for Announcements Thursday, Friday and
Saturday over WFIN.
ROY ROGERS in
Home In Oklahoma
Meat Market S Locker Service
Home Killed Meats
BEEF PORK VEAL
Our Own Make
Fresh or Smoked Sausage, Liver Pudding and Paunhause,
Ring Iktlog in, Bacon
FRCS i fOODS
Asparagus Cuts or Spears.
Peas and Carrots
Variety of Fruits
Beans, Wax Beans,
Beans, Broccoli, Brus
Peas, Spinach, Cooked
We Do Custom Slaughtering and Processing.
We Buy Hides Alpo Waste Fats.
Take advantage of me greatest feeding
development in years, M-V (Methio-Vite).
Build up a healthy, fast-growing flock that
will show more profits for you. Stop in.
actual flock tests!
Oleo lb. 39c
i Swift, Meadow
Bacon lb. 49c
Callies lb. 35c
2 lbs. 45c
Tenderloin lb. 59c
MADE WITH MASTER MIX CONCENTRATES WITH M-V
Get Our Price Before You Buy.
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding.
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger
point midway thru the thir
the Beavers came back to
an eight-point advantage
time the game had ended.
Six players carried the
the Bluffton attack,
Stanley Reilly has spent some time
visiting in the home of his grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Geiger.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kohli, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Kohli and son,
Edward Allan of Findlay and Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Kohli were Sun
day dinner guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kohli and son
Junior. Miss Rosann Sprunger of
Berne was also a visitor from Sun
till Tuesday morning.
Community Male chor
us under the direction of Mr. E
Lehman will present a program
St. John church Sunday evening
7:30 o’clock. Mrs. Earl Lehman
Miss Bernice Olson, instructor
the high school at New Bremen, wras
a visitor in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Schumacher and fam
ily over the week end.
While Mrs. Clarence Diller and
son Alfred were returning home Sat
urday evening through Columbus
Grove they were unable to see a
train on the D. T. & I. railroad due
to the snow storm and their car
collided with the train. Mrs. Diller
sustained a deep cut in the fore
head and other minor injuries while
Alfred was uninjured. The car was
FROM THE COLD STOR
AGE TO YOUR HOME THE
I will a#am represent the H. S.
Day Nursery, of Fremont, Ohio.
If you want nice fruit or shade
trees, or select evergreens call
farmers in this area,
about it at the farm
Mr. Pettijohn, dir
at 8 p. m.
flax in your
Average yield 12
per acre. I i
rt price $6
to 20 bushels
J. C. Hochste
Oft HEAD REGL
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
Ohio Northern Cagers Bested By
Bluffton College, Score Of 49-41
Raber capturing sco
18 points on six fiel
same number of fre
Rog Howe came
points, Smucker se\
and Stahl each got
Gilboa, is a new squ
ing registered at tl
start of the second
front by or
Leichty, g. .—
Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Schumacher, was taken to the
Memorial hospital in Lima for treat
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hilty, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Hilty and family of Mt.
Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Hilty and family and Rev. and Mrs.
Charles Warren and daughter Beth
Ann were Sunday dinner guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Krohn and family.
Mr. Francis Baumg
roe, Mich., had Sund:
C. E. Agin home.
Mr. and Mrs. Kei
and children Ronnie a
Bluffton were Sunda
of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
children Lynn and Su
Harry Amstutz were
Mr. and Mrs.
12:15 P. M.
Boars Ready i
1 2 miles west
the old San-
2 miles south and
of Beaverdam on
ru with 10
■hool at the
•t seriously damaged.
Rev. Charles Warren preached at
St. John church S
After spending a
among relatives Rev
ren and daughter
Illinois, the middle
id Mrs. War
day of Mr. and Mrs
The supper was in
SEE US FOR
Mumma Electric Shop
122 North Main
Cooperating with Life
Companies of America
in national advertising
estcKn Mutual Life
Pandora Milling Co.
st Quick Reliefl
?n’t suffer need
s a Dr. Scholl
|ch Support or
lost every com
Remedy for n
tnon foot trou
Store Hour*: S to 5:30, Monday thru
Fridas Saturday 8 to 10 P. m.
High School Seconds
Defeat Grove, 45-29
Bluffton High reserves led all the
way to down Columbus Grove sec
onds by a score of 45 to 29, Tuesday
night on the Grove court.
The Pirate seconds were out in
front at the quarter, 13 to 5 at
halftime, 29 to 10, and at the third
quarter mark, 38 to 14.
Wilch, with 15 points, and Moore,
with 12, sparked the team’s attack.
Other scoring was by Bracy, who
got seven Herr with four, and
Burcky with three.
dinner an the
M. Baker spent
with Ed Bowman
Mr. and Mrs. W.
Sunday afternoon v
and Mr. and Mrs. I
Personal Tax Blank
Alfred Mueller and
as Richland township
of the Allen county
this week started the
personal property tax
dents in Richland N
land South precincts.
blanks to resi
•rth and Rich
In Monroe township, the distribu
tion is being handled by Mrs. Gwen
dolyn Emick and Walter E. Barber.
in the yel
film that geta
roll# for expert
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
in Bluffton is
Just be sure
at your door
at your store
is farm and
The Best Costs
For Home Delivery
Phone Our Bluffton
We can make you a farm loan
Than any out of town agency, public or private.
Member Federal Reserve System
'Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
“When the frost is on the pumpkin—
and the fodder's in the shock"
it's time to have a bottle of that good
Cough Syrup In the medicine cabinet.
Because—along with frost, snow, sleet
and winter weather come coughs
and colds. Nyalyptus contains oil of
eucalyptus which cuts the phlegm
and mucus in the throat, also sooth
ing ingredients which ease the cough
and help cut down the cold's duration.
A. Hauenstein & Sen
Yes, they are here in our stock,
ready for your immediate selec*
tion. We haven’t as many as we’d
like but if you’ll call us, we’ll hold
one for you until you can come in.
The McCormick* Deering Milker
is dependable, sanitary, longer*
It will help you get maximum
milk production with less labor
C. I. Nliswandcr
Phone: 126-W 116 S. Main St.
HI PARTS AND SERVICE
THURSDAY, FEB, 6, 1947
Are Our Specialty
You pay no hidden charges in the form of high priced
abstracts and title insurance or commissions
I ou do not have to invest in dormant stock subscriptions
on which you get no interest
You can pay any amount on principal any time without
being penalized for advance payment
The rate you pay the bank in the long run and everything
considered, is cheaper than that paid an outside agency
You can meet your lender, the Bank, right in your own
town anytime, and talk over your problems sympathetically
and do not need to deal with an impersonal agency that
has no knowledge nor interest in your persona] affairs
It is to your advantage to have all your loans, personal
and short time as well as long time with the same lending
and title insurance or commissions
COME IN AND SEE US. WE HAVE PLENTY OF MONEY
TO INVEST IN GOOD LOANS.
We are sure we can satisfy you.
The Citizens National Bank
This bank will be closed all day Wednesday, February 12, on
Lincoln’s Birthday, a legal holiday.
Fton buyer of Eggs for the
tfcCabe Egg Co., of Attica, Mich.
produce top quality eggs it will
:o get our price before you sell.
me on Bluffton phone for top
prices our truck will stop at
Bluffton phone 285-R Call after 6 P. M.
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