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Caution To Prevent
high sc
the Al
health
in i
cont
the
last
preventing a further
tagious diseases, which
closing of Bluffton pul
week.
’eachers have been n
health
home
lowing
posure
sore th
eral lis
For
8
days)
listed: Running nose, fev
cough, watery eyes and
Work with the teaching sia
done by Dr. Gail E. Miller, county
health commissioner and Miss Eve
lyn Erwin, county health nurse.
Pre-School Clinic
clir
Set For May
Health examinations or enuuren
rho will enter school here next fall
a Bluffton pi
for
lule
E
the
be
Sr
height
childrei
liminar
of the pre-school
checked, and a pr
examination 'will be made.
Other clinics scheduled are April
18 at Lafayette and April 22 at
Beaverdapr.
East Orange
|inM?c aSutMre.
spent Sunday i
and Mrs. C. E.
and Mrs.
attended
Mr.
Toledo
Creek
May 6,
healthl parent
irge of and
Baptist church
the day
Mr. and
ions.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.
on Mr. and Mr
afternoon. Mr.
I
tlt
Bidders Notice I
April 19, 1947
The right is reserved to
Richland Twp. Trustees
N. W. Basinger, Clerk
1 Beaverdam Village Council
Ruth Durkee, Clerk 52
As Good As Gold
30,000 Acres on a Ship
The equivalent of nearly 30,000
acres of grain were carried aboard
the “Col. J. M. Schoonmaker” when
she set a Great Lakes cargo record
this season, reports Ships magazine.
She carried 525,000 bushels in a
single trip. Based on a yield of 18
bushels to the acre, that represents
the total harvest of 29,200 acres
more than 45 square miles—of land.
New Pasteurization
Milk companies have found that
they can pasteurize milk in a few
seconds by passing supersonic vibra
tions through it. The bacteria are
slain (beaten to death by vibra
tion) in a few seconds as effectively
as they are slain in the conventional
heat pasteurization,
method of
which takes 30 to 40 minutes. Milk
can also be homogenized by super
sonic vibration, the fat globules are
broken up and the resultant fluid is
of a single, uniform consistency.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO
Alton County, ss.
Estate of Peter Bucher Deceased
Peter P. Badertscfcer of R. F. D. 1, Bluff
ton. Ohio, has been appointed and qualified
as Administrator of the estate of Peter
Bucher late of Alton County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 11th dajj of April 1947.
RAYMOND P. SMITH
Probate Judire
Mr
There's A Heap
of “Good Living"
In Every Bottle
of Page's Fine
Farm Inspected
Milk!
Per Quart
18c
Homogenized-Vitamin-D J9c
and
and
ISIS
ind
i
W
Lois
Mrs.
id Mrs. William
Stephen and
Warren, Air. and
i attended the funera!
n Warsaw, Ind., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orlen Gallant of I
near Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. Byron I pr
Mrs.
Hayse
of an
Ben Amstutz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry I from Seattle, Wash., to Chicago.
Balmer, Mrs. Eli Amstutz all of
Vesper Speaker
d.
Boutwell and son spent Sunday wit I hilosophy at Earlham college
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell. Mr.l K
and Mrs. Rob Potts and daughter| Richmond, Ind.
Rene c-
of Bluffton were callers also I philosophical
I home.
Fred Cook and
of Ann Arbor, Mich.,
Cook
Solomon
afternoon
Agin and
Ladd of
at Riley
Lewis
ihurch
Sunday and
ith the
Mrs.
Will Stager, Sunday
nd Mrs. Stager are
I
B!uffton, Mr and Mrs. Rayon Bout-1 waldo Hofstetter and family,
well and children Lynn Ray andl __ ,, ....
physical Lonnie Sue were Sunday dinner I Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lugmbill and
stutz of near Harrod.
Mrs. Agnes Shroats and family of
near Manon spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker.
Mrs. Marie Wolfley of Bluffton
was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
x- land Mrs. O. W. Nonnamaker and
family.
I
Bids will be received by the Boardl Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, Mr. and
of Trustees of Richland Town ship I Mrs. B. J. Boutwell attended the
*1. tho ViUao-e of I funeral of Mrs. C. V. Dillinger at
and the Council of the Village of Fin(]Iay Jagt Tuesday
Beaverdam for a new roof on thel Mr and Mrg Stag€r at_
Beaverdam town hall building. Spe-|tended the funeral last Friday of a
cifications are on file in the office of I relative, George Pickett of near
the Township clerk in Bluffton or inlDo,a
the office of the Village clerk, Beav-|days last week wRh her parents, Mr
erdam. All bids must be filed with I and Mrs. C. M. Heldman and
the Clerk of the Township trusteesl Charles.
or the Clerk of the Village of Beav-|
erdam by Saturday
at 8 p. m.
reject any or all bids.
CARD OF THANKS
I
I
it was 50 cents. Soup cost one
I
buck a bowl.” Champagne was $201
a pint. A “special” was beans—$11
a plate. The rule at all the eating-1
bouses was “No gold, no grub.”
I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Am-I daughters of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Diller and sons, Pandora Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Luginbill
ily, Col. Grove Mr. and
ville Risser and family,
ville the honored guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Montgomery,!
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to our relatives and friends
for the sympathy extended us in our
late sorrow and loss of our loving
husband and father, Wesley Eversole.
We also wish to thank Rev. Paul
Cramer, also the singer and pianist,
Food was held in high premium I pallbearers, ladies of the church and
in Klondike days. Ham and eggs I floral donors.
were $2,50 an order. Black coffee I Mrs HazeJ Eversole and daughters.
sold at 25 cents a cup with cream,
MUNSON R. BIXEL, M.D
Office
1-3 P. M.
Hours*.
7-8 P. M.
Cherry St.
Office, 118
Bluffton, Ohio
Phone 120-Y
D. C. BIXEL, O. D.
GORDON BIXEL, O. D.
122 South Main St., Bluffton
EYEIGHT SPECIALISTS
Office Hours: 9:00 A. M__ 5:30 P. M.
Open Evenings Wed. & /Sat. 7:00 to 8:00.
Closed Thursday A er noon.______
For Vigor and Health
include meat in your menu,
Always ready to serve you.
SWANK BROS.
Fresh and Salt Meats
Good Living!
Elton Trueblood, professor
at Earlhan
I., and a well known
writer,
speaker at Bluffton
services Sunday at I
M’arquartl Ramseyer chapel,
with Mr.r
son Evan.
Fred Wcdberl niversar-v of Mrs- Wm- J- Luginbill
I a family dinner was I.J.J ™.
.. __ ____ ager of Ada, I home of Francis W. Luginbill of the
and Mi/s. Heldman^called| hJorth Dixie highway, Sunday.
Present for the occasion was John
phtherial quite poorly.
IW.
others present were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Luginbill
and Mr.
and daughter Nancy.
and Mrs. Francis Luginbill
Many beautiful gifts were received
by the honored guests.
News want ads bring results.
New low Vonrom
CHORE
BOY
Pipe-Line Milker
There is no better living than in vitamin-packed,
wholesome, Page’s Milk from City of Findlay inspect
ed farms and herds ... it is sold only in Bluffton by
The Page Dairy Co. Page’s Milk assures each con
sumer the milk he drinks is produced especially for
bottle milk the farm stables and yards are clean
the animals healthy this marvelous, health
ful mt Ik is delivered in Bluffton every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday ... at your store every day in
the week.
At Your Store or
At Your Door
The Page Dairy Co
Bluffton, Ohio
Phone 489-W
Low vacuum, the secret to
faster, cleaner milking, makes
this new CHORE-BOY the
sensation of the postwar milk
ing machines. See these fea
tures: Visible Milking, Sani
tary Balanced Claw Trouble
free Pulsator Anti-crawling
Teat Cups. See for yourself
by a free demonstration on
your own herd.
The World's finest Milker
0. C. Hursey & Sons
John Deere Spies & Service
Phone 173-W Vance St. Bluffton
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
will be the
i college vesper
3 o’clock in the
Birthday Dinner
LaFayette Eisteddfod
Soloists Are Named
idents
Mr. and
birthday an-
In honor of the 70th
the Allen count
ia this Friday wei
iminary meet at tb
isteddfod at E
elected in a pi
chool last we
ic
Thev inclu
Joa:
ittler:
girls ensemble,
ley Edwards, .1
Bassitt, Joan
THE ,______
Allen Coun’i
Estate of Sara
Mr. and
:olo, Lloyd
James Bassitt
i na Arnold, Shir
Boyd, Alice Jean
ler, Jean Landes,
ty Lou North‘and
y’s ensemble, Dick
Smith, Dick Whitmore, James Bas
ett, Kenneth Schick, Calvin Early,
’aul Arthur,
Nolan Younkman, and
and mixed ensemble,
James Bassett, Joan
Jo yd Littler
Jick Whitmon
Boyd, Shirley
Edwards, Betty Lou
Calvin
North,
Early, and Lie
Dorothy Sterling,
■d Littler.
Birthday Dinner
Mr. and Mi
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Judy, Mr. ai
and
and
Mr.
and
er,
Mr.
R. Clar
Melvin
held at the
Luginbill who came by plane
Mrs. Edna Leib
Velma Fisher and
appointment
NOTICE
and fam
Mrs. Or
Vaughns-
STATE 0
Balmer
Dorothy Baime
has been appoint
tratrix of the est
of Allen County.
Col. Grove,
Phone 410-W
Deceased
Bluffton, Ohio.
ed as Adminis-
Sarah A. Balmer la’te
For Best Results
McCULLOUGH’SSEEDS
Complete stockatj
Beaverdam Hardware Co.
Beaverdam, Ohio
Closed Thursday Afternoon
CHICKS
do well on
Mt Cory
Mr.
Mrs. Fra
Mer
g.
U
mo, Joan
1 Bassitt
baritone
Mr.
and
rs. Calvin Leiber
■ntertained the follow
Sunday in honor of
birthday anniversary,
s. Taylor, Van Wert
Evan Leiber
ing at dinner
Mrs. Leiber’s
Lafayette Mr. and
Burkholder, Mr. and
Napier and daughter
1 Mrs. Richard Leiber
iber, Beaverdam Mr.
rice Burkholder, Lima
Russell Leiber, Donnie
Roger Li
Mrs. Mati
and Mrs.
Dwain Leiber,
Roy Matter
and Mrs.
Balister,
spital, Wednesday
opei
and
Mrs. Larena Guin and Mrs. Sadie
Keel were recent callers on Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Jo.
now improving nicely
Mr. and Mr
in Findlay
Mr. and
recent
Ralph
Mr.
moved
recently purchased at
320 South Main street,
property on West Main street is
Norman Baldwin.
Huber have
home they I
Bluffton at
The Huber
being redecorated. The work is
being done by Dan Sheahan and
jand Mrs. Dan Shehan and Mr. and
'Mrs. J. E. Jones and dinner guests
of Mrs. Virginia Wilson and daugh-l
1 ter Hope of Benton Ridge.
EGGS
Large White................44c
Large Brown ..............42c
(Brown or White)
Medium
Master
Chick Starter
G|ve your chicks the right start—our feeds
.—made with Master Mix 32% Chick Con
centrate (with METHIO-VITE) will give
them the start that counts.
Master Mix Chick Starter in Dress Print Bags
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding.
PHONE 317-W
Master Feed Mill
Leland W. Basinger
Tractor Tires
Vulcanized
Bring in your tires today and have them ready when spring
work opens.
We repair all makes and sizes of tractor tirts. Prompt service.
Static and Dynamic Balancing
for Passenger Car Tires
Saves excessive and expensive tire wear, worn parts and wasteful
gas and oil consumption. You will enjoy greater safety and save
money every mile you drive. Unbalanced wheels are dangerous to
safety—cause tires to wear out 20% to 50% quicker.
It’s the cheapest tire and accident insurance you ever bought.
Bring in your car today for a checkup.
Stauffer Pure Oil Station
Town Gets §4,095
In Tax Distribution
the
I
095.52 a
The funeral of Mrs. Emma Fenton I trict $29
IS held Friday afternoon at thel tribution
B. Evangelical church. She was I utilities
e sister of Harry Steinman. month b'
Frank Burns underwent a major Auditor
Hit
ceive
Other
Beaverdam
dam
villa
Chester Huber were
business.
recently on
Mrs. Dan
soon move into the Huber I 52 192.4
and I sch(
Cairo s
property.
Wm. Adams called Saturday on I township $1
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber ini An aggrei
Bluffton.
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I
I
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Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of
[Bluffton were Sunday callers of Mr.
I
I
I
I
I
Betty Balister of Michigan spent
[her Easter vacation with her mother,!
I Ethel Balisty and friends.
I
WANTED 1
We need more Quality
Eggs and are paying:
36c
PLUS PREMIUM FOR
QUALITY AND SIZE
Call or write our buyer,
Robert Murray, for quota
tions and arrange for pick
up service.
Bluffton phone 285-R
Carl W. McCabe
Egg Co.
Attica, Mich. Bluffton, Ohio
Corner Main & Elm Sts.
Bluffton school
n the February
AH
:te-J
50 Jackson township
ro village, $128.36
$6,831 and Monroe
6.56.
of $899,528.36 is be-
tributed to the various
ing
and Mrs. J. E. Jones were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jones, near Benton Ridge,
and Mrs. Chester
in their new
I
Now
Complete new stor’: on hand
oil-finish cloth shades. Your choice o
Dark Tan Green. Standard wii
42-48-54 inches.
by
N. Main St.
THURSDAY, APRIL 17. 1947
ions,
you can have window shades
made to fit your w
fund.
f.
46
AlC, Mt
RADIO
11
EQUIPMENT
SEE US FOR
Table Radios
Appliances
Lighting Fixtures
Fluorescent Fixtures
Carl Mumma
122 North Main
ndows!
ex i
1
■M
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-five Years of Dependable Service
See us for Housecleaning Supplies
... .........
THEV’RE ALL'
DENVER
LOS ANGELES
colors: Ecru
Iths: 28-32-34
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