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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1947
Decorative Window Shade
For nighttime in a dull bedroom
—have a decorative window shade.
You can make this yourself with
flowered chintz by mounting it on
an oM shade roller. To clean,
sponge off with dry soapsuds. Wipe
with a clean damp cloth and press
with an iron.
AMBULANCE
160-W
VERY SERVICE, we are called upon
to direit, places us in a position of
trust in .which we serve as we would
be servdd.
SEEK OMR COUNSEL as freely as it
is offered.
Each family!
may select a.
service priced to
meet its wishes
BLUFFTON
CITY MARKET
//2 £MA/N
SPECIAL FOR FRI. AN
MEADOW GOLD CREAMERY
MEADOW GOLD CREAMERY
BUTTER 63C ID
Preserving Lard
Three suggestions for keeping
lard in the best condition are a
tight cover, a cold temperature
for storage and small containers.
The big jar of lard that stands open
and partly used for several weeks
in a warm kitchen is very likely to
lose its good flavor.
RURAL AND SUBURBAN RESI
DENTS will find our funeral
home most convenient. We
have plenty of parking space,
large seating capacity and
every modem facility. Con
trolled temperatures assure
comfort for everybody, sum
mer or winter.
BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME
BLUFFTON. OHIO
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE
FUNERAL HOME
ST 4Q S-W
UNSWEETENED SUNFILLED BRAND
ORANGE. JUICE
ARMADA BRAND
SPAGHETTI
'5.S- 17c
1
25c
Each
46 Oz.
Can
3 Lb. Can
NO LIMIT
25c
1 Lb.
Box
SHEFFORDS CHEVEL
79c
ASSORTED ROYAL PURE BLACK
PUDDINGS PEPPER
4 Box*8 20© 49e
COMPARE!!!
our vegetables and our fruit for Quality, Freshness AND
PRICE!! Our selection—Strawberries, Calif. Oranges,
Texas Oranges, Texas Grapefruit, Fancy Winesap Apples,
Head Lettuce. Leaf Lettuce, New Cabbage, Radishes,
Asparagus, Mushrooms, Green Onions, Pascal Celery,
Tomatoes, New Potatoes, Old Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes,
Pineapple, Dates, BANANAS.
37 Each
SAT. ONLY
CLARK’S CHOC.
RED
CO
KRISTIES
75c V-»»
THE BLUFFTON NEWS I n
B. F. BIERY, Business Mgr.
C. A. BIERY, Editor I
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and|
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.00
six months, $1.25 anywhere in U. 8.1
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kern of Tul
sa, Okla-, are spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kern
other relatives.
Mrs- Miller and daughter Faith of I games. Out of town guest was Mrs
Pandora called on Mrs. Will Lightner, Claude Louth of Delphos.
Wednesday.
I
Stanley Schubert of Hamilton spend Ri'hla"d Grange
the week end at the Edwin Niswan- ^“‘tarw-ood grange mil be guests
der home- I of Rlchland gran»e at thelr meeting
Mrs. A. J. Nonnamaker and Misslg.jftg af|er which refreshments were
Kaye Nonamaker were Saturday I served
evening callers at the home of Mrs.
N. B. Steinman.
the past winter.
Upholstering material now avail
able a nice line of samples for liv
ing room suites and chairs. Mur
ray Upholstering shop, 142 Thurman
St. Bluffton phone.
Miss Agnes Amstutz, librarian
the Veterans hospital, Sunmount,
Y., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Amstutz of South Jackson street
spending a three weeks’ vacation
her home here.
Fowl Pox Vaccine—Why let pox I
endanger your flock? Prevent this
costly disease by vaccinating now,
when birds are 6 to 12 weeks old.
Complete instructions here. Amstutz
Hatcheries, Bluffton, Pandora. tf
Mrs. Norah Gossman of Arlington,
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Winkler of Jen
era and Miss Imo Steinman of Ashe
ville, N. Carolina, were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nello
Steinman at their home in the Han
kish apartment.
Mrs. E. C. Ludwig, Mrs. Clayton
Harkness and son Francis and their
guests Lt. and Mrs- F. E. Carnicom
and son Gene spent last Thursday in
North Balitmore visiting Mrs. Mary
Curlis on the occasion of her
birthday anniversary.
99th
Diller ambulance removals:
Otto Badertscher from Bluffton
pital to her home north of Bluffton
Mrs- Gust Borkosky from Bluffton
hospital to her home near Mt. Cory
Mrs. F. Lanning from her home north I
of Bluffton to Bluffton hospital.
Lt. and Mrs- F. E. Carnicom and
son Gene left Saturday morning for
Quonset Point, Rhode Island, after
visiting here with his mother, Mrs.
I
E. C. Ludwig and other relatives and!
friends. Lt. Carnicom, in naval ser-|
vice, will be assigned to sea duty!
after reporting for duty.
I
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Amstutz an^l
Miss Edith Amstutz of South Main!
street entertained the following vis-1
itors over Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
I
James Althaus and son David of Ak-I
non Mr. and Mrs- W. R. Althaus, Mr.l
and Mrs. Kermit Howell of Lewis-1
burg.
Rev. Paul Cramer of the Methodist
church is attending the annual ses-l
sion of the Ohio Methdist conferenctl
in Cincinnati this week. Also attend-1
ing are Forrest Steinman and Nelson
Steiner, lay delegates
enstein and Marlene
delegates.
Thermoseal storm
screens, storm sash
stripping in one permanent unff me-
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
Il Progressive Mothers Club
The Progressive Mothers’ club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Lillian
Akiine Basinger of Lima visited I Hi-Low Club
at the Amos Suter home, Sunday. I jhe Hi-Low club was entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and| in the home of Mrs. Fred Tschantz,
family visited with Mrs. Ruth Ander-| Thursday evening. Mrs. George
son, Sunday. I Schumacher held high score in card
Y’oakam next Tuesday night at 8
o’clock. The program follows: Roll
call, time savers devotionals, Ger
trude Basinger Fussy Eaters, Treva
Dillman.
I next Tuesday night at 8 o’clock.
Miss Nevada Shook of Lima is I
spending the week with Miss Alice G).rlrU(l, Hoy cirde
Ludwig of Poplar street. I The Gertrude Hoy circle held a
Basinger ambulance removal—Mrs. I |jnen shower for Mrs. Robert Moore,
Laurel Bauman from Bluffton hospi-lthe former Mary Stearns, at her
tai to her home on Riley street- I home recently.
See me for memorials of ell kinds. I Those present for the occasion
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff4 were: Ruth Armbrecht, Margaret
ton. Phone 429-W. Representing the I Basinger, Bernice Deerhake, Lucille
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf Frantz, Ruth Geiger, Julia Herr,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gable have I Georgia Irwin, Evelyn Michael, Ma
moved to Bay City, Mich where they tilda Mueller, Betty Niswander,
are operating a store selling dairy Frances Scoles, Bonita Shook, Mere
products. |dit^ Stepleton, Fairie Stager, Jau-
Mrs. John Pell and daughter Mar-1 S™"k’ B2‘h,a ^■nk’
garet of Findlay visited Mr. and Mrs. E"en 1 au,ln" z'™erman,
Frank Zeurcher and daughters, Sun- Mra' Ral',h StearnS and he honor
I guest.
I Mrs- Moore received many lovely
Those sending gifts and regrets
were: Florence Bame, Jane Baker,
Ruth Diller, LaDonna Derringer, Ed
na Crawfis, Azelda Hauenstein, Don
and I na Henderson, 1Harriet
I Julia Oppermann and
this Swank.
156 I
See me for plowing your lots
spring. Harley Burkholder,
Railroad St. Bluffton phone 405-T. I Rrjda| shower
Call evenings. Mrs. Earl Matter and daughterl For sale—Cream by the
the former’s
of Tampa.
Miss Bettye Lewis, daughter of Mr.l Carrie Thutt of Bl"uffton.
and Mrs. Robert Lewis of North I Mrs. Ray Jr Pandora Mrs.
Lawn Avenue returned from West Richard Matter and Mrs Walter
Palm Beach, Florida, where she spent cantrell, Ft. Wayne Misses Carol,
Miss Imo Steinman of Asheville, I carolyn honored Mrs Wayne Mat-|^ring bo^le in exchange.
N. C., and Mrs. George Gossman of|ter a recent bride with a miscei. I Geiger, 442 Cherry St.
Arlington are house guests this weekLaneoug shOwer last Friday evening.) For sale—New Hampshire
in the N. B. Steinman home. Cootie was played during the even-|8 10 and 12 we«ks old'direct from
Rev. John J. Esau has returned I ^ter which Mrs. Matter receiv-1 Hubbard farms, N. H. Noah Tripple
from Arizona where he worked ber gifts which had been placed) horn, Pandora, Olpo. Phone 33-G. 6
General Conference Mennonite mis-1 under a iarge umbrella. Refresh-! For sale—3 H. IP. outboard motor
sionaries among the Hopi Indians. I ments were served late in the even-1 F# ^cooled engines air com-
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Troy and fam- I jng I pressor 150 and 185 ampere welders
ily of Thurman street left Wednes-1 Guests present were: Mrs. Charles |’n stock also used 6 row potato dust
day on a motor trip to visit relatives I Young, Mrs. Peter Matter, Mrs. Har-|er Farm Equipment Co.
and friends in Arkansas. I ry Anderson, Mrs. Edgar Montgom-| For sa^e Kitchen cabinet. D. J.
Mrs. Grace Ramer and daughter I ery Mrg Ralph Diner) Mrs- Emman-|Herr’ 403 S’ Main St'
Pearl have returned from Florida I uej Boutwell, Mrs. Wilford Gratz, For sa^e—bushels certified Lin
where they spent six months with|Mrs Rol]y M’oser, Mrs. Russell Leib-Icoln s°y beans. C. C. Herr, 2 miles
the former s niece, Mrs. H. P. Klein |er Mrs William Xmstutz Mrs Ray-| sout^ and ,n*'e east Randora
mond Matter, Mrs. Warren Moser,I For sale-Marli^ 12 gauge pump
gun, good condition. Call Bluffton
phone 648-T.
Pandora
Miss Zelma Hager of Brooklyn, N.
Y-, and Albert Hager of Groveland,
l’| Ill., were called here last week on
account of the serious illness of their
brother, Levi Hager, who is a patient
in Bluffton hospital.
Mrs. R. A. Krohn has an injured
shoulder, the result of a fall.
Mr- and Mrs. Earl J. France of
I Kalamazoo, Mich., spent the week
end with the Snavelys and Krohns.
os Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Snavely of Bell
vue, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosebrook
^nd family of Holgate were Sunday
callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bergman spent
I the week end with her folks in Lo
ll gan county-
Mrs. Bruce Burkhart is confined at
the Bluffton hospital with a back in
jury resulting from a fall.
Commencement exercises will be
held in the High School auditorium
this Wednesday evening. Marjorie
Basinger is valedictorian and James
Diller salutatorian. Rev. Fay
Meadows of Dayton will deliver
class address.
Aurora Bracy is a patient at
hospital in Bluffton.
Th? Senior class of Pandora High
School will leave on Thursday’ on an
8-day sightseeing tour to New York
city.
tai adjustable closure frame assured! ®aen'| or womeJ} s clothing styles
14,0.01 for 100 years. On the other hand,
o0- fuel savings Ltberal paymentl Marie Antoinette
plan. For free demonstration call! hat fashions changed 17 times be-. n.
James Balmer, distributor, 123% S.| tween 1784-1786 and fashions in oth-1 potatoes. Stanley Bixel, 3
Main, Bluffton. Phone 309-Y.
e
WANT-ADS
Text-Knit, th 4
board cover at
Lawn mower I
tee, Mount! streel
ironing
burn-proof
altermire’s.
harpening. Rell Po
12
it to buy old U. S.
Wanted—I wai
coins. Also scarc dates of coins now
found in circulation. Highest prices
paid. Robert Betroth, 612 S. Main
Street. Telephone 342-Y.
Why worry if afflicted with any
known skin disease. Ask about V-J-O.
Sidney’s Drug shpp. 17
Washer servief—Wringer noils and
parts, prompt service. Verl Reichen
bach, Beaverdam phone 542. tf
Seat covers far most cars at Wal
termire’s.
For sale—Weather-Seal inter
changeable winter windows and sum
mer screens with genuine interlock
construction. Order now for screens.
W. J. Reagan, Rt. Lima, Ohio.
Beaverdam phone, 175-472. tf
Wanted—Chickens. We pay high
est prices for top quality.
Bros., next to town hall,
phone 492-W.
Reynolds
Bluffton
tf
all varie-
For sale—Seed potatoes,
ties. All certified from Wisconsin,
Michigan, Maine, Red River Valley.
Maine B-Z Cobblers, bag, $3.79. Lots
of ten bags $3.49 each. See your
nearest A & Food Store manager
for retails on larger quantities. tf.
For sale—Small 6-room house 20
24 ft., modem with furnace and
bath also double garage 20 24 ft.,
attached. Can be sold together or
separately. Located one mile north
of Riley creek church in Orange
township or 6 m|les south of Raw’son.
All to be moved off premises by pur
chaser. C. W. Kramer, Jenera, Rt. 1.
Jenera phone 86—F—-3. 5
Buy the Grandnote, a small radio,
at Waitermire’s.
__ Wanted—To buy all kinds of good
Tugi’nbuhl, I clear’ solid standin» timber. Highest
Dorothy! prices Paid- W buy a11 kinds of good
I
Norma and Helen Montgomery, Kaye
Matter, Bette Marriott and Peggy.
Young of Bluffton Miss Betty Mat-|dora Phone. *1
ter, Ft Wayne Wanted—To exchange locker box
Gifts’ were sent by Mrs. David An-Iin Pa»dra one in Bluffton- Call
derson, Mt. Cory Mrs. Raymond| Bluffton phone 350*Y. 7
at Lehman, Rawson Mrs. George Al-1 For sale-30 gallon keresone water
stetter, Col. Grove Mrs- Julian Die- heater with jacket F8’ Elmer Long’
mer, Mavis Diemer and Mrs. Frank Beaverdam phone 2j3.
1SI Stelter, Ft. Wavne Mrs. Bertha For sale-Superior 9-7 fertilizer
at Mackiman and Miss Joyce Young ofprain drilL Harold Herr’ 3 mi,es
native timber. Phone Red 257 or
write to John Atha Lumber Co., Ada,
8
quart
Albert
5
pullets
Nylon hosiery makes a nice gift
from Waitermire’s.
For sale—Bath tub with legs good
condition. Aurthur Badertscher, Pan-
I Bluffton I south of Beaverdam. Lafayette phone
1 469.
Wanted—To give you sendee on
that property you are considering
selling. C. D. Baine, 124 E. Jefferson.
A. D. Gratz, broker. Un
wanted—Movie camera. Art
I studio.
I Motorola auto radios will fit any
I automobile. Waitermire’s.
I
I
Snavely and Charles Ander
Holgate spent the week end
Krohn home here.
J. G. Reese has several fract-
Dale
I
son of
in the
Mrs.
ured ribs, the result of a fall in her I
home.
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Wanted—Steady work for summer
by 22 year old man mecnanical or
electrical work preferred. Col Grove
phone 181-R-14.
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For sale—National cash register
three 16 inch fans also some red
wood. Sam Brauneller, Jenera phone
45-F-4.
For sale—1947 Cashman motor-
scooter, gear shift model, perfect
condition. Original price $810 price
asked $280. Richard
I
hall, Bluffton Phone
I
Alderfer, Ropp
193-W
aby buggy e
sterilizer also
For sale—Folding
I
lectric steam bottle
I
bassinet. Inquire 721
I
upstairs apartment.
I
N. Lawn.
I
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hat fashions changed 17 times be-
er apparel even more oftener.
S- Main St.,
railer 5' by 8'
el frame and
Younkman, 223
For sale—Sturdy 1
I
with stock rack, st
I
tongue ball hitch. H.
I
sweet cream
ke new. Melvin
of towi^ on Rt.
For sale—Milk an
I
also 161!- by 19 tire 1
I
Dudgeon, 1 mile east
103.
For sale—1001b.
Coolerator ice
y a short time
|ert Klass, Ila
box like new, used on
thela*so rhubarb. A
miles west of Bluffto
the! For sa’e—Cook sto
I
Mr- and Mrs Harry Hostettler of sat^Coal -rater heator stove
Mansfield spent the week .nd the wa(er k also
Chns Basinger home also attending! a„ in Lcellent con.
and Lois Hau-1‘he annUal alUmn' mee“ng feat“r' dition Allan MeCluer, k. Jefferson
Berry, youth *«’«“■"*■________ St.
I I Wanted—To give awa
windows with! Fashion Changes I old short haired puppies. I Call phone
and weather-1 In sixth century B. C. Greece 548-R.
there was almost no change in
nickel trim,
0 seen at Dan
Or phone 405
good condition, can 1
Sheehan’s, Mt. Cory
also hard coal burner |n fine condi
tion and four hole coal l)il cook stove.
Rath Huber, 320 S. Mdin St., Bluff-
For sale—6 room modern house
and garageAcorner lot. 341 Cherry
St. Phone «8-R
I-'. salt Building lot in west side
also building! lot near West Elm St.
Call Mrs. H.|W. Althaus, phone 238
W, Bluffton.lF. Garretson, broker.
For sale—-IKitchen sink 30 by 18
inches 2 widows 24 by 36 inches
also two 4-lifrht chandeliers. Inquire
130 N. Jackin St. Phone 189-R. 6
For sale—^Regina vacuum sweeper
and attachments in good condition.
Mrs. Arden JBaker, Bluffton phone.
For sale4-F-20 Farmall on good
rubber, excellent condition com
plows to fit! Warren Lacey, 2U miles
west of Ada on Ada-Lafayette mad.
For sale|~Vegetable plants, yam
plants, pansy plants 50c a dozen.
Also delphinium plants. Mrs. R. E.
Griffith, 134 S. Lawn Ave.
For sale-r-Kitchen Cook table top
gasoline pressure stove. Russell Hunt.
253 Grove St., Bluffton.
For sale-r-Ray-Glo room gas heat
er Rid-Jid ironing board walnut
spinet desk chair. Ernest Smith, 225
S. Lawn Ave.
For sale-4-Metal Seal all aluminum
combination, storm windows and
screens. Compare before you buy.
Free estimates no obligation. Har
old Diller. J12l2 S. Main, Bluffton.
Phone 106-t or 365-W.
For sale-i-Cabbage plants. A. S.
McCune, 160 Geiger St.
For sale-—Ht-avy oak work bench
34" by 72",. 32" high. Harold Younk
man, 223 N Lawn Ave.
For sale—-Flatbottom boat, ideal
for fishing, first class condition. In
quire S. H. Stepleton. tf
WHEELS CUT DOWN
GOODYEAR TIRES
TIRES FILLED WITH
CALCIUM CHLORIDE
EQUIPMENT CO.
Schmidt, Prop,
rris Sales & Service
Massey
105 E. Elm Street
Bluffton phone 260-W
Open Saturday Evenings
Riley
creek
aw
HUNTERS ASS’N.
Coon Chase
One-half mile north of
Pandora
Sun., May 25
Entries close at 12:30 P. M.
$400 PURSE
Admission 50c
CUV.*’’ ,r»CC* A CO1
three mo.
Wanted—Work several! days a
week by 14 year old girl. Phone
578-Y.
For sale—10 bags certified Cobbler
miles
north of town.
Fresh Drugs
and
Quality Drug Store
Merchandise
s
Prescriptions Care
fully Comnouiided
Phone 170-W
PAGE FIVE
Pandora School
May Day Thursday
Pandora school will observe its
annual May Day fete on Thursday
when Jo Ann Basinger as queen and
Frederick Dale Amstutz, king, mem
bers of the high school senior class,
will preside over the festivities.
Rain Wednesday morning caused
no apprehension on the part of com
mittees in charge of arrangements
who pointed to a weather forecast
of clearing and mild for Thursday.
Page girls will be Betty Basinger
and Cathryn Diller and they will
preside over the flower girls, Bon
nie Stoody, Sanda Fruchey, Joanna
Miller, and Connie Basinger.
Max Cook will serve as crown
bearen and May Day attendants at
the crowning will be members of
the senior class.
The program will open at 10 a. m.
with the alumni meeting the high
school in a baseball game. The high
school girls will engage the seventy
and eighth girls in a softball contest.
There will be a track meet and a
softball game between elementary
grades and junior high.
A basket dinner will be served by
the P. T. A. hospitality committee in
the school cafeteria at noon.
Coronation exercises will be held
at 3 p. m. on the playground.
Graduation Gift
Sheaffer Pen and
Penc 1 Sets
Parker ‘51’s”—a
fine ash ortment
Yardley Gifts for
Men an Women
Toilet Goods
Stati mery
Sidney’s 1 rug Shop
UN CO
INOCl LANTS
is of Bacteria
■r job of gath
from the air
n the soil.
Superior strai
help do a belt
ering nitrogei
and fixing it
mts are con*
rd by a never
i for better
a better job.
Unico Inocul
stantly improv
ending scare
bacteria to de
o Inoculants
ilfa, soybeans
lines.
Ask for Uni
for clover, alf
and other legi
Order From—
Allen Farm Bureau
Coop Assn.
Bluffton, Ohio
Phone J77-W
DAHG
HAXAR S
USUAL
COVERAGE
Include ti tern all
NEARLY EV
tRY prop
si to protect
erty owner trie
himself by taking out in
surance policies against
the usual source^ of loss—
but too ften he overlooks
some dangers and hazards
which rap cause a loss as
great, or even greater. See
Phone: 295-W
113 Vi S. Main Street
Bluffton

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