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THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1947
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Mauda.
Chief outdoor sport these days is
mowing the yard between showers—
playing hide and seek with rain ...
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RADIO
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Table Radios
Appliances
Lighting Fixtires
Fluorescent
:tures
Mumma Electric Shop
Carl Munjma
122 North Main
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and you’ve got to be pretty alert to
win—fact is some of the South Main
street boys rained out Friday and
Saturday were pushing lawn mowers
Sunday and gardening is on a
catch-as-catch-can basis lucky if
you can catch a half-day when the
ground is dry enough to work
anyway these rains together with
warming weather are setting the
stage for mushrooms and some of
the boys did fairly well over the
week end—however ,in the main the
pickings of early spring mushrooms
have been none too good fire
alarm Monday morning—seems that
most of ’the bad news this spring
has occurred on Monday morning...
and with a new’ sugar stamp good
the first of June we’re figuring on
going all out for rhubarb pie
but we’ll need plenty of sugar for
canning this summer if fruit is as
plentiful as some of the forecasts
we’ve heard lately—with exception
of early cherries they say that last
cold knap hasn’t done much damage
and one of the most beautiful
sights in town this week is that
oriental cherry tree at the Stettler
home at Lawn and College avenues
where Sidney and his sister Mrs.
Inez Neuenschwander live—it’s filled
with large double blossoms and well
worth making a special trip to see
milk prices dropping one cent a
quart which makes the consumer
smile—and did you know that Bluff
ton’s Page dairy plant handles about
50 tons of milk daily happy
days here again with the end of
school at hand—high school gradua
tion Thursday night—subject of Dr.
Hartzler’s class address “A World
Without Headlights” strikes us as
timely—which recalls the old tune “I
Don’t Know Where I’m Going But
I’m on My Way’ ’harmonized by
Bluffton’s barbershop quartets some
forty years ago and speaking of
oldtimers—Will Romey, one of the
leading merchants of Richmond, Ind.,
a former Blufftonite, will speak at
the high school alumni dinner on
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GRADUATION
RENAISSANCE BOYS OFTEN
GRADUATED FROM COLLEGE
AT PARENTS CELEBRA
TED THE EVENT BY PRES- SC
ENTS OF HEAVY GOLD
iBUCTCLES AND GEM
1 ENCRUSTED SWORDS.
THE FIRST FOUR GRADUATES
OF VASSAR COLLEGE (786 I
RECEIVED ONLY 'TEMPORARY
CERTIFICATES"BECAUSE THE
AWARDING OF BACHELOR
DEGREES TO FEMALES
CAUSED AN UPROAR.
Friday night, representing his class
—1897—at their fiftieth anniversary.
They’re telling it again this
spring:
A bushel a day
Is the price we pay
For planting corn
After the middle of May.
From Porto Rico to Bluffton in
twenty-four hours—that’s made pos
sible by modern air transportation,
David Stearns, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Stearns will tell you. David
stationed with the navy at Porto
Rico flew here the latter part of
last week to attend the wedding of
his sister, Mary Elizabeth to Robert
Moore of Dover which took place
Sunday.
He left Porto Rico, an island in
the Caribbean by plane at 5:30 in
the evening and flew overnight via
Miami, Florida, landing in Cincinnati
at 5:30 the next morning and ar
rived here in the evening at 5:30.
While most people probably do not
encounter more than one tornado in
a lifetime, Rev. W. L. Harmony,
former pastor of the Bluffton Luth
eran church who lives in Findlay,
has had two narrow escapes within
the last nine months. Fact is the
tornado which struck Findlay on
Tuesday of last week came within
two blocks of the parsonage where
he and his wife live. Last August
a more severe twister which devas
tated Mankato, Minn., swept within
two miles of where they were stay
ing while on a summer vacation. On
both occasions he said there was
comparatively little wind where they
were, although major destruction by
windstorm was only a short distance
away.
Mrs. Arthur Badertscher north
west of Bluffton has a goodly col
lection of newspaper serial stories.
Reading serials in current publica
tions is one of her hobbies and she
saves the installments of those she
especially likes.
4. Efficiency
5. Flexibility
6. Dependability
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
F/RST AMERICAN GRADU4T/ON
WAS AT MAR YARD ZV /£*?.
GOVERNOR WINTHROP MAGIS
TRATES AND GENTLEMEN OF
\tH£ MASSACHUSETTS BAY CO
LONY ATTENDED. THERE WERE
AfLNE GRADUATES.
TODAY, GRADUATIONS 4
ARE ST/LL B/G MOMENTS,
COMMEMORATED BY
G/FTS WH/CH W/LL BE
REMEMBERED FOR A
UFET/ME.
Did you know that Robert Steph
an who writes a radio column in the
Cleveland Plain Dealer is a former
Bluffton boy? His father, the late
Charley Stephan about 50 years ago
was proprietor of Bluffton’s Hotel—
later the Hotel Russell that occupied
the site where the Citizens Bank
stands. The hostelry was destroyed
back in 1919 in what was probably
the town’s most disastrous fire.
There are a lot of folks who start
to keep a diary but those who con
tinue year after year are few’. One
of the most consistent we know is
Will Kidd, south of Bluffton. For
52 years—since 1895—he has kept a
diary and has never missed a single
daily entry. Come to think
of it a diary going back for 48
years would make a sizable library.
Six “girls”and one “boy” who
were graduated
from Bluffton high
school fifty years ago—the class of
1897—will be honored at the annual
alumni dinner Friday night.
All of the class are still living.
They are: Mrs. Anna Herr Basing
er, Mrs. Mabel Bentley Hauenstein,
Mrs. Clara Lugibill Welty, Mrs.
Myrtle Bentley Killen, Mrs. Grace
Patterson Storer, Mrs. Bertha Lewis
Fifer and William H. Romey.
And speaking of graduateh of
past years, there is a picture of the
class of 1895 exhibited at the en
trance to the Neu-Art studio in the
Triplett block which should prove of
interest to older Bluffton residents.
African Crop
Rice has been grown in Africa
since the seventh century, having
been introduced on the east coast
by the Arabs. It is now grown in a
dozen African countries, but not in
the extreme south.
Reduces Blood Cells
Macrocytic anemia is marked by
a severe reduction in the number
of red blood cells. Effective treat
ment includes a restoration of the
cells to or near their normal num
ber, with increasing hemoglobin
content.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO)
Allen County, 88. 1
Estate of Arthur T. Worthington, Deceased.
Helen M. Worthington! of 551 So. Main St.,
Bluffton, Ohio, has been appointed and qual
ified as Administratrix bf the estate of Ar
thur T. Worthington late of Allen County,
Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 16th day of 1 May, 1947.
Raymond P.i Smith
Probate Judge I 7
LONG
lULING
nsured
LOCAL AN]
DISTANCE
Every Load
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STAGER
•hio
Bluffton.
COAL
Notice
Kentucky, Virginia
West Virginia
Ohio quality
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now for
supply.
winter’s
Automatic
for any type of
Also
Controls
hand-fired heating plan
Howard Stager
Coal Yard
on A. C. & Y. R. R.
North Main St.
Phone 354-W or 265-Y
LEGAL NOTICE
Carl Smith whose Iasi known address was
DeSoto Hotel. Lima. Ohn», is hereby notified
that Jessie Smith has filed her petition for
divorce, alimony d^d costs of her suft, in
Case No. 37554 in] the Common Pleas Court,
Allen County, Oh|o. and that her suit will
be heard on or after six full weeks after
the first publication of this notice, namely on
or after June 2, 1947,
ELMER McCLAIN,
Lima, Ohio,
8 Attorney for Plaintiff
i .4.
LEGAL NOTICE
George W. Cokbat residing at 4743 Heck
Place, Detroit, Michigan, is hereby notified
that Ellen M, Qorbat has filed her petition
against him fort divorce in case number 37
548 of the Common Pleas Court of Allen
County, Ohio, styled Ellen M. Corbat, plain
tiff vs George W. Corbat, defendant, and
that said cause! will be for hearing on and
after June 4, lp47.
Ellen M. Corbat
By Light & Sjferd, her Attorneys 5
Legajl
notice
In the Count of Common Pleas of Allen
County,.Ohio. Case Number 37563.
Roy Tilton. Plaintiff, vs. Claron L. Shaffer,
Defendant.
The Defendant Claron L. Shaffer, the heirs
at law, deviseps. legatees, trustee®, assignees,
receivers, beneficiaries, the surviving divorced
spouse, the surviving siwise, children, de
scendents. creditors, successors in interest,
executors, administrators and legal represen
tatives of Citron L. Shaffer, deceased, will
take notice _tpat on the 19th day of April.
1947, Roy Tilton, filed his Petition in the
Common Plcgs Court of Allen County. Ohio,
in case number 37563 against them and pray
ing for a decree quieting title or in the al
ternative for* an order marshalling liens as
against said Defendant Claron L. Shaffer to
or on the fallowing real estate described in
said Petition to-wit:—“Lot Number 8742 in
Belmont Addition to the City of Lima, Alien
County, Ohia.*'
The prayer of said Petition is for a decree
quieting Plaintiff’s title as against all De
fendants or in the alternative marshalling
liens, sale of property and equitable relief.
Said Defendants are required to answeer said
Petition on or before the 14th day of June.
1947, or judgment and decree will be taken
against them in accordance with the prayer
of the Petition.
By order of the Board of Public Affairs of
the Village of Bluffton, Ohio.
Charles Eknans, Clerk.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
ALI.gN COUNTY, OHIO
Dorothy Kathsyn Locke, No. 37569
Plaintiff
-vs- Legal Notice
Frank W. Looke,
Defendant
Frank W. Lgcke, whoee pine® of residence
is 2415 College Avenue, Berkeley, California,
will take notieg that Dorothy Kathryn Locke
has filed her petition against him in Case
No. 37569 in the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County, Ohio, at Lima, Ohio, praying
therein for divorce and for restoration of
former name, and for such other and further
relief as she may be entitled to in the prem
ises, on the grounds of gross neglect of duty
and extreme cruelty and that said cause will
be for hearing from and after the expiration
of six weeks from the first publication of
this notice.
Dorothy Kathryn Locke
By Reid & Dav iron. Her Attorneys 7
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO)
Allen County, ss.
Estate of Ger$e B. McKinney, Deceased.
Lottie Hull of R. F. D„ Forekt, Ohio, has
been appointed and qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Gertie B. McKinney late of
Allen County. Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 10th day of May, 1947.
Raymond P. Smith
Probate udge 6
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO)
Allen County, s.
Estate of Bather L. Lombard, Deceased.
Joseph L. Lcwnbard of Beaverdam, Ohio,
has beer! appointed and qualified as Executor
of the estate of Esther L. Lombard late of
Allen County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 30th 4ay of April, 1947.
Rfiyniond P. Smith
Probate Judge 5
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Heavy metal framcl 6 plump
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO I
Allen County, »«.
Estate of Alfred A. Swaney, deceased.
Daisy Swaney of Harrod, Ohio, has been
appointed and qualified as Admmii
the ertato of Alfred A. Swaney lat
County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 3rd day of May 147.
RAYMOND P. SMJFFH
Probate Judge
Wis„
Adah
Mr.
Glenn
ROY TILTON
By Oren E. Dickason
John H. Romey,
his attorneys.
501 National Bank Bldg.,
6 Lima, Ohio.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
1. Sealed Bids will be received by the
Clerk of the Board of Public Affairs of the
Village of Bluffton, Ohio, until 12 O'CLOCK
NOON EASTERN STANDARD Time—June
11, 1947 for furnishing approximately 2,000
ft. (Lineal) bf 6" Cast Iron Pipe or Class
150 Cement Pipe, also approximately 3.500
ft. (Lineal) 4” Cast Iron Pipe or Class 150
Cement Pipe to be used in construction of
water service.
2. Bids shhll state price for material de
livery F. O. B. Bluffton, Ohio shall be en
closed, in a sealed envelope marked "Bid for
Water Works improvements."
3. Each bid shall contain the full name of
every person or company interested in the
same, and shall be accompanied by a certi
fied cheek drawn upon a solvent bank in a
sum equal to ten per cent of the bid as a
guarantee that if bid is accepted a contract
will be entered into and its performance
properly secured. Should the bid be rejected
such cheek wijl be returned.
4. The Board reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and to waive all informalities.
5. The contract will be awarded to the
lowest and best bidder,
6. Unsolicited alternate bids will not be
considered by the Board.
Allen
4
place
LEGAL NOT1UE
Joseph Ingram, whose /ast known
of residence was Jtelwood^ Florida, la ___
by notified that Bessie Itj^rrarn, has filed her
*'tition against him tor/ divorce, and other
equitable relief, on the /rounds of gross ne
glect of duty and extt/me cruelty, in Case
Number 37589 of 'the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County, Ohio, aad that said cause will
be for hearing on or/ about six weeks from
the date of the first/publication of this no
tice.
F. W- Durbin
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ohio
Suite 331 Dominion Building, Lima,
LaFayette
spent
Justin Bluncjen of O, S. U.
the week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs- Carter Blunden.
Mrs. R. M. Ed mans of Milwaukee,
spent several days with Mrs.
Hal’.
Louise Cloore entertained Mrs.
Bullock of Findlay, Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Battles, Mrs. Bema
dine Shadley of Ada and Mr- and
Mrs. J. M. Rudy of Lima were Sun
day callers of Mrs. Bertha Desenberg.
Mrs. Adah Hall and Mrs, Lucille
Edmans spent Thursday with Dr. and
Mrs. Scott Calendar of Delaware,
Ohio.
Mrs. Belle Heath was a Thursday
dinner guest of Mrs- Louise Cloore.
Joey Hall tspent the week end with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sharrits, Mr.
and Mrs. Wtilbur Sharrits and David
Sharrits of Lima, and Mrs. Chester
Patterson and children were Satur
day evening callers of Mrs. Louise
Cloore-
Mrs. Ida May Henkle spent the
week end with her son Willis Kling
ler of Kenton.
Miss Lillian Desenberg and Mrs.
Bertha Desenberg were Sunday call
ers of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Scoles and
son of Pandora.
Mrs. Ida May Henkle spent Friday
night with Mrs. Ruth Riegle and at
tended Commencement exercises at
Elida high school.
What is most needed for learning
is an humble mind.
make your lawn or porch
to entertain your friends
chair from Armstrong’s
ain resist
ishions for
Qiiet move-
MATCHING CHAIR $18.75
BLUFFTON, OHIO
108-10 S. MAIN STREET
a charming place in which
with a glider and matching
Armstrong’s Furniture
KNOWN FOR FINE FURNITURE
PAGE SEVEN
FULL LINE OF
HOUSE WIRING
MATERIAL
sold with
purchased
L. C. Switch Boxes
full bill of fnaterial
here.
Automatic
G. E. Combination
Record Changers and Radios.
Ellenberger Bros
in Electrical
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Conveniences
it Sales & Service
Main Bluffton, Ohio
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Hotpoi
105 South
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194JL Ford Super DeLuxe
Tudor with heater and
radio.
1940 Chevrolet coupe,
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condition.
1937 International truck,
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1935 International truck
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