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TERMS: CASH PUBLIC SALE of Household Goods At the Stough residence, 341 Cherry SATURDAY, JULY 12th at 1:00 P. M. The following property: 2 bedsteads chest of drawers dressing table 2 piece living room suite 2 good 9 by 12 wool rugs throw rugs tapestry hall runner 3 small tables maple upholstered chair 2 large mirrors corner china cupboard music cabi net 2 dining tables 6 dining chairs 3 odd chairs oak rocking chair library table: electric clock 8-day clock 3 kitchen chairs kitchen steb stool kitchen half-cabinet cupboard clothes hamper oil range electric heater fire less cooker electric iron wardrobe ice tongs dishes cooking utensils wall clothe* rack pictures and frames combination bookcase and desk sewing machine floor lamp table lamps garden totals 75 ft. garden hose fruit jars crocks yard seat and chiairs porch swing some bed ding oldfashioned flour barrel lawn mower oil drum ironing board hand sweeper electric washing machine tubs with wringer rack 2 kerosene lamps. Clyde Warre Auctioneer FROSTED FOODS Whole or Sliced—Sweetened Strawberries Pck. 49c Dole's—Crushed Pineapple Pack 33c Your Favorite Flavor ICE CREAM Pint 23c, Quart 45c Gallon $1.75 A 5 A U U Y2 or Whole Wise. Brick, POTATO BREAD Bluffton, MAY STOUGH MRS. MAUDE STEWART Owners AtoZ Meat Market & Locker Service Home Killed Meats PORK BEEF VEAL LAMB AUTHORIZED DEALER BIRDS EYE Picnic Ready to Eat or Tenderized HAMS lb. 45c A------------ L I LUNCH Skinless MEATS Weiners Large Bologna Pickle and Maccaroni and Soft Drinks \Ty 6eot 25c Churngold Nu-Maid CHEESE Ready to eat Hams lb. 39c Chedder, Velvet ta, Swiss, Pi American, Tasty, Old Cream, mento, Sharp, Chateau, English and Shefford PORK CHOP End Cut Chops lb. 50c Extra Special Thurs., Friday, Saturday Bacon in Piece u»°i. lb. 50c CHICKENS FretJS“d lb. 59c lb. 35c lb. 33c lb. 40c lb. 45c lb. 45c Pimento Loaf Dutch Loaf Chicken Loaf lb. 40c Cheese Loaf Pudding Liver lb. 35c lb. 34c lb. 63c ........................4— OUR OWN MAKE Bologna* Fresh or Smoked Sausage and Large Weimers. Lean Loin Hi 55c WHITE WHOLE WHEAT RYE Return Home From June Wedding Trip Norman Beidler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Beidler of South Jack son street and his bride the former Ruth Virginia Campbell, of Bowling Green have returned from a wed ding trip to Geneva on Lake Erie and are at home at 1214 Carlyon Road, East Cleveland. Their wedding took place Satur day, June 14 in the First Christian The bride, daughter of Mrs. Rob ert Campbell of Bowling Green was a student in the Bluffton college de partment of music. Mr. Beidler who attended Bluffon college for two years is a student at Case Institute of Technology, Cleveland, where he enrolled after spending three years overseas as an engineer in Gen. Patton’s Third Army. Many Attend Opening Of Moyer Store Here More than 500 people attended the formal opening of the Moyer Refrig eration and Heating establishment on South Main street, Saturday afternoon and evening. The store, featuring a modem line of household appliances occupies the former Otto Bigler property which the Moyer interests purchased and have extensively remodeled for show room and residence purposes. Church To Pray For World Peace Sunday Special prayers for world peace will be offered in the First Men nonite church during the Sunday morning service, it was announced by the pastor, Rev. J. N. Smucker. Because of his absence the services will be in charge of Rev. G. T. Soldner. The Middle District Mennonite conference in session here last month recommended that the Sunday near est to Independence day be set aside as “a day of prayer, seeking guid ance from Almighty God in regard to this threat to world peace.” The conference also suggested that the day be observed as a time of “confession and penitence for many sins.” The bride’s mother wore a suit of soldier blue trimmed in sequins with pink feather hat and accessories. Mother of the bridegroom wore a white silk jersey orchid flowered dress and orchid hat with rosebud corsage. Following the ceremony they left on a motor trip to the Great Smoky mountains and on their return will reside at Prospect street in Beaver dam. Tennis Toyrney Is Planned For Fourth Plans for a Fourth of July tennis tournament were announced by the Bluffton Tennis club Tuesday to be held at the club courts. 9:30 A. M.—Roger Howe vs Wood row Little Norman Triplet vs Dick Berky. 11 A. M.—Dale Reichenbach vs Lou Zeamans Dale Good vs Stan Ellis. 1 P. M.—John Stonehill vs Chas. Steiner Wilbur Howe vs Morris Triplett. 2:30 P. M.—Ropp Triplett vs Robert Simcox Nate Ganger vs winner of Triplett-Berky match. Drawings for doubles matches will take place Friday afternoon and finals are scheduled to be played on Sunday. Finals in the singles matches of the Memorial day tournament were played last Thursday when Roger Howe won the title, defeating Wood row Little, runnerup by a score of 8-6 and 6-0. 4th Of July Rodeo At Anderson Ranch A horse pulling contest and rodeo are highlights of an all day pro gram of 14 events for July 4 at Anderson’s Ranch, one and one-half miles southeast of Rawson, How’ard Clinger, manager announced. Cash prizes of $400 are offered. First event at 9 a. m. will be the horse pulling contest for lights and heavies with pulling team traction. the world’s champion billed as an added at- gets under way at 1 The rodeo p. m. with bronco and steer riding, relay riding, calf roping and pony races. THE BLUFFTONNEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO A state-wide uled for the mo auspices of the (. Chiefs of Police this area by sta men and city pol trol commander at Findlay, will 1 the Northwest 01 Hancock count Chief of Police Tiffin, directing Robert Potee, 21 son of Rell Potee, in a hospital at result of an accic him while workii on the Nickel Pl latter city Sunda the after in His wife, of Bluffton their home husband’s injury daughter Caryl home of her par Willis Welty of Sunday night ai Monday morning. our Couple Is Wed At Home Of Minister Wedding of Belle Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Potee and Roger Gossard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gossard were married in a dou ble ring ceremony at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Paul Cramer of the Methodist church Saturday evening. The bride wore for the occasion a gown of white silk orchid flowered jersey with white feather hat and accessories and carried a handker chief sent from France to her moth er during the First World War 30 years ago. Wear a PORTIS State-Wide Automobile Traffic Check Will Be Made During July raffic check sched nth of July under )hio Association of will be handled in te highway patrol ice forces. to be checked dur campaign include windshield wipers, Safety factors ing the one-montl brakes, horns, headlights, tail 1 mirrors and stein, district pa ith headquarters co-ordinator for district. n counties are in drive, with Chief of Lima, Allen and Putn Zone in the are of Police Kermit Westbay serving as zone co ii Zone F, w’ith jld Fraley, of zone activities. Former Local Man Hurt On Railroad of Ft. Wayne, Mound street, is iry, Ind., as the ent which befell as a brakeman e railroad near the y afternoon. jrmer Ruth Welty receiving word at Ft. Wayne of her [eft her 2-year-old Xnn here at the nts Mr. and Mrs. South Main street went to Gary, Except to state a leg injury, th by his wife gave the extent or nat at Potee suffered message received indication as to a of the accident. Former Student To Be Pastor In Marion Ellis Guthrie who was graduated from Bluffton college three years ago and this spring was graduated from Bethany Theological seminary, Chicago, HL, ha to the Church July 1. Mrs. J. Line Church of of Bluffton. accepted a call pastorate of the Marion of the Brethren beginning He is the son of Rev. and L. Guthrie of the County Brethren south Economists claim that farmers pay 10 per cent of the annual U. S. clothing bill, about $1,500,000,000, from farm pockets. On the Fourth Cool as a halo, these head-happy PORTIS SAILORS will give you ■featherlight summer com tort seasonable smartness. Other styles $1.50 to $6 Open this Thursday afternoon. Closed all day Friday, July 4. GEIGER & DILLER Hatters and Haberdashers to Men and Young Men Funeral Thursday For Jenera Woman Mrs. Stella May Russell, 54, wife Carl RusSell, died Tuesday ing at her home in Jenera, carcinoma, services will Thursday afternoon at 2 Jenera Methodist church she was a member with the pastor, Rev. W. E. Ballinger officiating. Burial at Maple Grove cemetery in Findlay. Funeral Average increase for the staff of 1814 instructors will be slightly over $300, making an average teacher’s salary $2,465. Beaverdam Guests at the Beaverdam Metho dist Parsonage last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Grim and children, Ilo Jean, a student in Ft. Wayne, Nancy Lou, Roger and Garry of Pleasant Bend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herr and son Bruce of Defiance. Rev. and Mrs. L. Dow Fauver of Beaverdam were guests at Lakeside, a part of last week, attending the Northeast Ohio Methodist Annual Conference. Charles Timothy and Bobbie Fau ver of Wauseon will be guests of their grandpraents, Rev. and Mrs. L. Dow Fauver at Beaverdam over the Fourth of July and coming week end. People who say cheese now does not have the same flavor as oldtime cheese are correct. Modern cheese is made by controlled methods that standardize its flavor. Oldtime cheese was individualistic w morn Death be held of which Surviving besides her husband are her son, Max at home and her mother, Mrs. Ira Smith at the same residence. A sister, Mrs. Paul Latham of Rawson and brother, Wilbur Smith of Hillsdale, Mich., also survive. SCHOOL HIRES TWO TEACHERS (Concluded from page 1) Bluffton schools will receive from this source, $6,183 was allocated to additional pay for teachers, with in creases ranging from $100 to $500. With the present increases in pay for the coming school year, Supt. R. S. Lanham will receive a salary of $3,950 and Principal Gerhard Buhler $3,200. Lou Nelson was hostess to ,t Matron’s Club of Bluffton No. 380 Order of Eastern her home on Tuesday evening. Present were Mrs. Hazel Todd, Mrs. Evelyn Beals, Miss Theresa Slusser, Mrs. Emma Studler, Mrs. Charlotte Marshall, Mrs. Helen Worthington and Miss Ruth Durkee. Mr. and Mrs. John Augsburger, Mr. and Mrs. Wm grandson Bernard, Clem Yoakam were attended the Larue Lafayette Park on Younkman and Miss Adda and among those who school reunion at Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Burns and sons of Oklahoma are? guests of Mrs. Cynthia Elliott and other relatives. Mrs. Ella Yant was a Sunday din ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bar ber and family. Mrs. Robert Rhoades and daughter Janice of Lima were Wednesday vis itors of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mar shall. Miss Ruth Durkee spent the week end with Mrs. W. H. Fisher at Cairo. Mrs. Etta Yant was a Sunday din ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yant. The “honey blonde with brown eyes” is an unusual type—-and the envy of most women. But eyes of any color lose their sparkle and attractiveness if they are tired, weak from strain or over-usage. EYEMASTER DROPS Not an aid to better vision—but they are soothing and cleansing—help relieve the strain due to wind and dust, sun or water glare. They come to you in the aseptic “one drop” dropper bottle—easy to use, pro tected against contamination. Eye master Drops are sold only at your community Nyal Drug Store. A. Hauenstein & Son YES Hive Inti It s Summertime BANANAS DON WENGER THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1947 141 S. Main St Phone 495-T RICES and WAGES Have Increased Cwo and Three fold during the past ten years ONLY BANK SERVICES and time to make yoi ir porch and lawn the most attractive and inviting pla e for family and friends We are showing unusual!^ attractive outdoor furniture— modish and comfortable—especially designed for summer re taxation, Hammock and Stand Chaise Lounges Porch Chairs Loafer Chairs ers Porch Gli Wooden Lawn Chairs Metal Lawn Chairs Shop our store for the latest summer furnishings Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-five Years of Dependable Service Become Cheaper rest rates are the lowest in history rhis Bank will be CLOSED on FRIDAY’, JULY 4 The Citizens National Bank Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.