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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1947
Pandora
Paul Weber of Lima spent the
week end in the home of his sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schumacher.
Mrs. Lacy A. Sommer is ill at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Almira
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UMBILICAL TRUSSES CHILDREN’S TRUSSES
G. R. Gardner will demonstrate without obligation
Montfay, March 10—10:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Kirwan Hotel, Lima
Tuesday, March 11—10:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Altmeyer Hotel, Findlay
DOBB'i TRUSS CO., Suite 866. Spitzer Bldg., TOLEDO
Herd it is at last! The
perfect^ mating of materials
and design. A modern bed
room
Quality,
durabilit
in every
loom suitks.
Werly.
Mrs. Vestella Krohn and Mrs. Ber
nice Anderson attended a banquet at
the Holgate Methodist church, honor
ing the Boy Scouts, their parents and
friends, last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Small of Jack-
An Appreciation
I take this opportunity to express my heartfelt
I thanks and appreciation to the many friends and
patrons whose favors and goodwill we have enjoyed
during our years in business in Bluffton.
Their manifold kindnesses will always remain
with us, and we bespeak for the new owners of our
business a continuance of a share of the public pat
ronage and favor which we have so fully enjoyed.
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Dlufften Implement & harness Ce
Noah Nisw ander
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Frosted Oak.
smartness, and
are all reflected
ine of these Heir-
large seiec
designs in
riod suites,
ilable with
We have
tion of oth
modern and
They
either
beds.
are
full site or twin
Phone 147-W
Heirloom quality of
MGDEDN DESIGN
at ARMSTRONG'S
Armstrong’s Furniture
son, Mich., spent the week end with
her mother and grandmother, Mrs.
Irene Schumacher and Mrs. D. B.
Basinger.
Mrs. Leah Bracy and daughter
Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Suter
and Barbara Rose and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Suter were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long
and son Gary.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Schumacher
and Helen, Miss Mary A. Steiner and
Paul W’eber of Lima were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook are an
nouncing the birth of a six-pound
daughter, Dianne Christina, born
tai, Bluffton. Mrs. Cook is the former
Wanda Newton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nial Newton, east of Pandora.
Miss Charlotte Gerber of Wharton,
formerly of here, attended the operet
ta given by the high school on
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knepper
son of Toledo recently moved
their newly purchased home,
former James Hilty property.
“Known for Fine Furniture"
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Fri-
and
the
Mrs. Mae Kiene recently sold he
farm to William Miley of Belmori
Beaverdam
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck and Mr.
and Mrs. Frances Herman of Desh
ler were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Reigle and family.
Mrs. Ray Murray of Bellefontaine
spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Delmer Beery. Afternoon callers were
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Michael
family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald V
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108-110 S. Main St Roy E. Hauenstein, Mgr
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Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Robnolte a
family.
Miss Marian Pugh of Heidelbu
college, Tiffin, and Mr. and
Ralph Marshall and daughter Meli
da of Urbana were visitors the ps
week of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Sherry Jan Zimr
Bluffton spent the week er
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
stutz.
Miss Mary Margaret Zimmerman
of Ohio Northern University spent
the week end here at her home.
Jack Pugh entertained the Metho
dist Youth Fellowship at his home on
Friday evening. Present were Rev.
and Mrs. L. D. FauveY, Merlan
Leatherman, Donald Herr, Robert
Phyllis Vanmeter, Larrie
Roger Martin and Ruth Du
Mrs. Eunice Smith is att
Hair dres
Th
r, Jr.
n
the 4th day
If filed her petition
court, same being
HITI
MARGAI®TT
ght & Siferd, her .Wio
deline Campbell, a minor,
sidence and address/is care
Chester Bradley. Rip* 3, Wi
namac, Ind
lyde Bryant
aRfdnst her
filed/ his
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Ohio. Said cau
fter the expir
of
at
weeks
ntiff
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Clyde Bryan
By Clarence
504 Citizens Bldk’ Lima, Ohio,
NOTICE appointment
THE STATE OF/OHIO
Allen County/ Rs.
Estate of Wilpur E.
No,
Chester McGiAnis of R.
Fayette. Ohio, has been a
fied as Executor of the e
Henkle late of Allen Courity,
La-
ppointed and quali
astate of Wilbur E.
Ohio, deceased.
Richland Center
Henry
of
nd
nd with her
5. Wm. Am-
Mr. and Mr
sons and Mr.
ber and son
with Mr. and
and family
Lima, Mr.
well and
Hall
ter Schaublin home.
Mr. and
Mich., Mr.
and famil
and Mrs.
a
Whit
inknowi
■h
of
Mr. and Mrs. John Luginbuhl
Chatfield were week end guests
Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl and Mr. and Mr
Kenneth Luginbuhl and son. Sunday
callers were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Grant and sons.
Mrs. Henry Green called Saturday
on Mrs. Elmer Creegor at Bluffton
Hilty and Mrs. Clyde
ning
aub-
of Mrs. W.
upper guests
and Mrs. Ed Marquart.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl,
Mr. and Mrs.
Donavin spent
Mr. and Mrs.
with
and
Hershel Moser
Grove.
Winston Jenning
and Mrs. Richard Lei
spent Sunday evening
Mrs. Kenneth Chidester
Wingate of
Mrs., Harry
and Mrs. Er
daughter and Russell
called Sunday at the Wal­
Mr. and
rs. Raymond Duffn
id Mrs. Wen
Merl Duffn
arry Welty
i at the D. H.
Mrs. Err
and daugh
day even in
Luginbuhl
Luginbuhl.
Allen
Bluffton, Ohio
MUNSON R. BIXEL, D.
Office /Hours:
1-3 P. M. 7-8 P. M.
Office, 118 Cherry St.
Phone 120-Y Bluffton, Ohio
Started
Chicks
500
February. 1947.
Smith
Dated this 17th day of
Raymond P.
Heaw Mix, at Broiler
Price
300
Deliuxe New Hamp
snire Pullets
400
DeLuxe White Rock
Pullets
Amstutz Hatcheries
Harmon Rd. at Kibler St.
Bluffton, Ohio
Tt
Pasteu
Boutvx
Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
nd son and Mrs. J. I.
Francis Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Basinger. D. D. S.
Telephone t71-W
It’s on the way... that great new Ford of yours.
And when we deliver it, you’ll be glad you were
patient. You’ll be “out front” with Ford, in
style performance comfort safety.
You’ll ride in Ford’s “Lifeguard” body. You’ll
have a power-choice of two great engines ... the
famous Ford V-8, the spirited Ford Six. You’ll
feel the cushioning softness of Ford “Rest-ride”
springs. You’ll find lots to
be proud of, in the Ford in
your future!
Keep Your
Old Car
Mumming
with
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $5 for Horses $3 for Cows
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC.
Order Your Jersey Milk
BLUFFTON DELIVERY
THE WIESE drop forged
fat Sew
131 Cherry Street
esday, Thursday and Saturday
ized and Bottled at the Plain View Dairy Farm
—for better flavor.
Luther Grieser, Prop.
Jenera, Ohio
’hone 48F4 Jenera and reverse charges
point is welded on worn shat e to ghre point
new plow shore length and strength.
THE CUTTING EDGE is
nest applied to the worn
share, then grpund and polished to new plow
share appearance end efficiency.
ELECTRICAL ALLOY fill
underneath point rneont
longer wear and A
maintain* sock AiSis
longer than "W**"
Augsburger Garage
Phone 344-W S. Main St., Bluffton, Ohio
Till You Take the Wheel of Your
New FORD
It’s just good sense to protect your present car
with regular, efficient service. And that’s the
best reason for bringing your car “back home”
to us. We Ford Dealers know your Ford best.
We have mechanics trained in Ford service
methods. We use special time- and money-saving
tools and equipment. We keep a supply of Gen
uine Ford Parts, for every replacement need.
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
We can give immediate service, too, thanks
to more mechanics, more parts.
Look for the blue arrow sign of Genuine Ford
Service and keep your old car humming
till your new Ford arrives!
Telephone 172-W
Better
PLOW
POINT
The new Wiese
Plow Point means
lighter draft—more
acres plowed per
day with less wear
and tear on
or team.
tractor
Bring in
your
before
rush
plow now
the spring
while we can still
give prompt service.
Listen to the Ford Show
starring Dinah Shore on
Columbia Network Station*
Wednesday Evenings
Bluffton, Ohio

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