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PAGE EIGHT
Settlement
Mrs- Earl O. Edwards of McComb,
Miss., arrived here the latter part of
the week to spend some time with
relatives and friends.
Rolland Burkhart expects to finish
his sheep shearing in this ana soon
and then leave with his family for
North Dakota to supervise the shear
ing of a large number of sheep there.
Mary Coleman passed away at the
Lima hospital last Friday. Funeral
services were conducted at Lehman s
Funeral home, Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Frank S. Harder was in charge
VACCINATE
'POULTRY
SERVICE
Bluffton
BEEF PORK VEAL
AUTHORIZED DEALER
Rib or Rump
Boned and Rolled
Beef Roast lb. 55c
All Meat
Beef Ground lb. 43c
CHUCK—Well Trimmed
Beef Roast lb. 45c
Skinless
Weiners
of the services.
Mrs. Selma Sommer arrived here
from Mission, Texas where she had
spent several months. Her home is
at Ames, Iowa. She plans to visit in
this vicinity for sveeral weeks-
The Christian Eendeavor society
of the St. John church are presenting
a program at the Ebenezer church,
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schumacher
expect to leave in the near future for
a trip to Colorado.
A large crowd attended the Pan
dora high school alumni banquet on
Saturday evening. The program that
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FOODS
FROSTED
STEAK (Cubed) E
Lunch Meats
Macaroni & Cheese,
Pickle and Pimento,
Veal Loaf
Per lb. JvC
........ ..........■*1
Beef or Potk
Brains
Areeks
Dry Beef
Cottage
Smoked
Tongue
Cousin’s
lb. 35c
mod
en done
go
the phone
stop in
appoint
come out
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do is
house
5 fur-
,nd make your
nent for us to
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lose your brooder
be night before, fa
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Good
TO
AtoZ
Meat Market & Locker /Service
Home Killed Meats
Pandora
Know!
LAMB
READY TO KAT
HALF OR W^OLE
HAMS lb. 59c
ALL KINDS
CHEESE 75c
,2 LB. LOAVES
lb. 55c
lb. 19c
Rib Steak lb. 49c
lb. 50c
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Cheese lb. 19c
OLEO S™. lb. 35c
lb. 43c
Canadian Bacon
Dog Food 3 cans 29c
Lean and Light
Bacon lb. 50c
In Piece—’i or Whole
Soft Drinks to Carry Out.. 6 bottles for 25c
WHITE
WHOLE WHEAT
RYE
POTATO BREAD
Our Own Make Fresh or Smoked Sausage,
Ring or Large Bologna
Fresh Lake Trout Fillets- lb. 55c
followed was greatly appreciated.
Farmers in this locality were again
able to prepare seed beds the last
few days for sowing oats and sugar
beets. A few were able to plant
corn the first of the week.
The Pandojra high school seniors
are leaving Thursday for New York
city. They are to make the trip by
bus and expect to be gone for a
week.
Lantz Wynkoop has recently re
turned home from Florida where he
spent the winter-
Clement Suter has recently in
stalled a complete hay drying unit
also feed grinding and mixing equip
ment.
Many received invitations to at
tend the marriage of Miss Elinor
Barkman of Henderson, Neb., to
Charley Boehr, youngest son of Rev.
and Mrs. P. J. Boehr. The wedding
is to be an event of Sunday, June 1.
Miss Mary Margaret Soldner, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. N. ‘N- Sold
ner was the editor of the Pandora
high school “Spy Glass” published
this month and the paper won second
place in its class at the meeting of
the Northwestern Ohio Journalism
Association recently held at Bowl
ing Green.
First Paper Mill
The first paper mill in America
was built in J690 in Germantown,
Pennsylvania, according to the En
cyclopaedia Britannica.
Van Wert County
The Guernsey Center of
The Mid-West
23d Annual Spring Sale
FAIRGROUNDS
VAN WERT, OHIO
JUNE 4,1947
25 cows and fresh heifers
25 bred and open heifers
3 bulls, good hardshire prospects
T. B., Bangs and Mastitis tested.
These cattle have been carefully
selected from reliable Guernsey
Breeders. For Catalog Write—
OTTO GEHRES, Secretary
Wren, phio
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
POSTS
Genuine Tennessee Red Cedar
I SAWED SQUARE
Suitable for yard posts, anchor posts, grape arbors,
clothes lines, rose arbors, gate posts etc.
SIZES RANGE:
3, SUzl 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 inch tops
and 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 feet lengths.
Price: 68c and up
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co.
236-246 Cherry St, Phone: 360-W
“A$k Steinman's”
Public Sale
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Thursday Evening,
Mak 29th
In addition to being assured of
city delivery service and mail collec
tion boxes on the way, Bluffton’s
Postal Service took on more city airs
when Alfred Sanner, mail carrier be
tween the P. 0. and L. E. and W. R.
R., appeared on the scene ’with a mail
wagon painted the customary grey
and trimmed in red.
A- D. Gratz began his duties as
mail carrier on city route 1, taking
the place of Herbert Gottshall, who
resigned.
Rev. M. E. Todd, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian church at Find
lay has accepted a call to the Bluff
ton and Rockport churches.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldine Kohli and two
daughters were bruised and shaken
up when the auto in which they were
riding overturned. Saturday noon.
The accident occurred at the intersec
tion of College Ave. and College Rd-
Bussell Bixel is one of the candi
dates for appointment to West Point.
Three Riley twp. boys won a free
trip to Chicago at the Putnam county
fair. Sidney Hilty won for the best
pig, Hayden G. Basinger won the trip
in the stock judging contest. Stanley
Oil wells will be sunk on the N. R.
Elzay, M. J. Stratton, and Frank
Blackford farms.
Earl Arnold purchased a new horse
to go with his buggy.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diller welcomed
a baby boy into their home, Satur
day.
Peter Geiger who owns a plot of
ground near Bluffton wall build a
new house on it soon.
P. A. Basinger and family of Co
lumbus Grove will move on John
Welty’s farm this week.
S. L. Eby, a Settlement young
ster, now attending Yale, will be an
Sale to siart at 7:00 P. M. U
On what is known ks the Allen Thompson Farm 2
miles south of Bluffton ta County Line and 2 1/3 miles
east or 2/3 mile west of Route 69 on Orange Center Road.
The following property:
FARM MACHINERY
International manure spreader 14 inch riding plow
walking plow single disk Viarrow drag harrow spring
tooth harrow corn planter 1 single row cultivator shovel
plows rubber tire wagon set work harness heavy duty
fence stretcher platform scales fanning mill corn sheller
8-inch feed mill 2 red elm silta, 3 in by 6 in. by 18 ft. hog
house 8 ft. work bench two 10 ft. roof ladders two other
ladders 22 gal. heavy steel tanks 56 gal. steel drum hog
scaffolds top buggy electric fencer 3 cross cut saws 3
range shelters battery brooding equipment 2 lawn mow
ers bicycle wheelbarrow 2 dcfyble barrel shot guns ball
bearing clothes wringer cheese Wess lard press sausage
grinder 2 iron kettles 2 oak mut boards copper boiler
corn drier.
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS
Two piece living room suite antique bed room suite
oak dining table and six chairs library table mirror top
table 3 rocking chairs 4 hickory kitchen chairs book
rack 2 stands battery cabinet radio table model electric
radio piano sewing machine 2 cupboards rug, 11 ft. 3
in. by 12 ft. rug, 11 ft. 3 in. by 15 ft. linoleum,
10 by 12 Renown coal range Renown heating stove
box stove Eureka electric sweeper Doty electric sweeper
2 burner electric hot plate elctric iron 2 gal. antique iron
tea kettle 2 oak vinegar barrels, and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Terms—Cash
Warren & Thrapp, Auctioneers Russell Ream, Clerk
NEWS OUR FATHERS READ
FROM ISSUE OF OCTOBER 18,1917
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of March 9, 1907
i,
Bixel won in the pig growing contest.
Raymond H. Johns wins a trip for
the best peck of potatoes Oliver Dil
ler for showing the best peck of
wheat W. W. Reichenbach, the best
dairy scores.
Harley Lugibihl landed an 18 inch
bass at Schumacher’s quarry
Monroe Geiger left for Camp Sher
man.
Winkler and Roethlisberger report
the heaviest cane sugar run in 13
years of business operating a cane
mill.
Max Griffith is in the Army grad
uation school at Detroit.
An 8 pound girl, Angiline Leuella,
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Bracy.
Gail Mumma is now associp«ed
with Patterson’s Barber Shop.
Miss Alice Ludwig has resigned as
advertising manager of a Lima dry
goods store.
Clair Fett returned after a 6 weeks
business trip in Michigan.
Clyde Van Meter has purchased
the John Keller, Sr., farm of 100
acres, souYh of Rockport.
Charles Lemley purchased the 80
acre farm of John Jones-
instructor in summer school at Woos
ter college.
Homer Marshall has closed a deal
for the Gallant farm in Orange town
ship. The 80 acres brought $7,000.
Lloyd Basinger who enlisted in the
army is now at Ft. Riley, Kansas,
and pleased with army life.
Dr. I. R. Wetherill, Elmer Ewing,
D. S. Flick and wives attended the
Billy Sunday services at Lima.
Lewis Steiner is teaching at Lu
theran college, Winfield, Kansas.
Miss Estelle Whisler was host to
a merry party of young folks for Sun
day dinner. Attending were Misses
Maude and Maria Hummon, Zoe Mil
ler, Eva Whisler, Mistel and Eliz
abeth Hummon, Vera and Hazel Har
ris Messrs. Clare and Everett Green,
Scott Clymer, Will Gable, Ben Whis
ler, and Ray Harris.
Jay VanMeter and lady friend Miss
Hazel Tayler were sightseeing at Go
mer, Sunday.
Charles O. Cramer is busy building
coops and brooders as he is going in
to the poultry business.
Miss Lenore Alkire is a music stu-
dent at Oberlin.
Dave Flick sold the Ed Bums prop
erty on Cherry street to Ross Bogart.
Put
Him in
Ki?
He will be happier, mor
and they are ready
Spring wearincI
Knit Polo Shirts, low as 89c
Long Jumpers 95c and up
Short Jumpers $1.45
All timet thown ere
Eastern Standard-
SHIRTS $1.19 and
Long and short sleeves,
Spring shades.
PANTS .... $1.50 and
ELSIE’S BEAUTY SHOP
Permanent Waves Shampoos
Hair Cutting Manicures
Hair Conditioning Sets
1121/2 South Main St., Over City Market
Phone 202-W
Residence Phone 202-Y
THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1947
Now that new luxury coaches are being de
livered, Greyhound offers you more schedules,
greater convenience, and shorter running
times on your trips by Super-Coach. Check
the convenient, time-saving schedules below
which are typical of the new service effective
May 20th.
DETROIT
to
LOUISVILLE
and Intermediate Points
via BLUFFTON
Convenient Connections to Destinations Beyond
NORTHBOUND
Leaving
4:26am 10:16am 2:16 pm 4:26 pm 8:26pm
SOUTHBOUND
Leaving
1:16am 5:41am 11:36am 5:16 PM 9:16PM
For complete information on new schedules call:
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
Phone 170-W N. Main Street
GION TOGS
comfortable, safer
right now for
of 1947.
up
up
Zipper fly front, sanforized.
Vat dyed, Spring shades
new. Mothers like them because they are a
“Safety Legion’s” magazine “The Pilot” is presented
with our compliments.
GEIGER & DILLER
Headquarters in Bluffton for Safety Legion Togs
Shirt and Pants to Match
per suit, only--------------- $2.49
Shorts $1.39, $1.95, $2.95
cottons—sanforized and fast color. They
They’re good, sturdy cottons sanforized and fast color. They
are proportioned to fit a growing boy—cut generously for active
duty—with detailed tailoring and finishing—such as reinforce
ments at point of strain. Safety Legion clothes can take it—
through rough housing and washing—and still come up prac
tically as good as new. Mothers like them because they are a
value plus!

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