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Erection of a building for a new
industry and installation of a muni cipal water system are the two No. 1 projects at Pandora this summer. The industry is that of the F. C. Russell company, Cleveland, manu facturers of metal storm sash and screens which plans to open a plant in Pandora as soon as the necessary building is completed. Pandora business men some time ago pledged the necessary money for a site along the A. C. & Y. railroad, a tract 300 by 800 feet on the Ba singer road at the southeast edge of the village. Contractors Coming Representatives o contracting firms are expected in Pandora this Building For New Industry And New Municipal Water System At Pandora "Beautiful to look at" yes ... but wonderful to wz with, too! For Speed Queen's exclusive Bowl-Shap Tub with DOUBLE walk to keep water hot gives yo« cleansing combination for getting your clothes red CLEAN, that no other washer can surpass, regards of typo or price. Come in and see IL week to look over blueprints and specifications for the building, ac cording to Francis Kempf, in charge of the papers. The factory building 125 by 400 will parallel the railroad which will lay a special siding to serve it. The Russell company already has exer cised its option and paid the pur chase price to acquire the home of Dr. Noah Hilty as a residence for its key personnel. New Waterworks Meanwhile Mengering Bros., Na poleon contractors have indicated that they will start installation of Pandora’s new’ municipal water works system as soon as trenching machinery is free to begin laying a watjiei like Ifub fat SOO 0(1 FEITS HARDWARE 108-10 S. MAIN STREET BLUFFTON, OHIO Heartwarming and Gay the mains Iron pipe for the water mains has been distributed along the village streets for some weeks awaiting start of construction. Until such time as a steel water tower is more readily available, water pressure will be maintained in the lines by means of a 5,000-gallon pressure tank to be installed in the southwest part of the village. Its action will be similar to the pres sure tank on small individual pres sure systems such as are used to supply water to homes and stores. The air confined above the water in the tank will furnish constant pres sure to the whole village. The big pressure tank has not yet been received but is expected to ar rive by the time it is needed, prob ably in 60 days. An eight-inch well already is drilled in the school grounds park and it is here that a 14 by 24-foot building is to be constructed to house the pumps and aerating equip ment. Family Gathering A family gathering was held Sun day at the home of Cloyd Schick near Lafayette in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Levi Hoch stettler, Mrs. Walter Hochstettler, Mrs. Erma Augsburger, Janice Ober ly and Glen Schick. A basket dinner was enjoyed at noon and ice cream was served in the afternoon. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hochstettler. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hochstettler, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Badertscher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reno Oberly and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Oberly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hochstettler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sousley and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Augsburger and son all of Bluffton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hochstettler and family of Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hochstettler and family of Van Wert Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter of Toledo. This Colonial bedroom will capture your heart. Comes with generous size Chest and Dresser. An exclusive feature of this maple suite, these moulded plywood drawers have rounded comers, silky-smooth and easy to dust. Permaslide drawers so perfectly balanced they slide freely at the SLIGHTEST touch never stick under any conditions, and it's PERMAN IZED, guaranteed never to come apart in any climate. Come and see this suite and you will be amazed at its beauty and quality. Start Building a Quality Suite Now Vanity and Mirror.............. .$ 98.00 Bench ...................................$ 17.50 Night Table .........................$ 30.00 Bed .......................................$ 59.00 Chest ................................... $ 85.00 Chest on Chest ................... 8110.00 Armstrong's furniture "KNOWN FOR FINE FURNITURE" Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spar and son of Ada Miss Juanita Ruebush and Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Schick and family. Francis Basinger, D. D. S Evan Basinger, D. D. S. Telephone 271-W /u Bluffton, Ohio i THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO Herbert Oyer Weds In North Dakota Miss Ella Jane Cookson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Cookson of Foreman, North Dakota, became the bride of Herbert J. Oyer, son of Mrs. Adella Oyer of Bluffton, Satur day afternoon, July 19 at 2 o’clock in a service at the bride’s home be fore an improvised altar of garden flow’ers. Rev. J. A. Janausek of the Rutland Baptist church officiated in a double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a street length dress of blue crepe with brown accessories. Her corsage was of white roses. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyum, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held after which the couple left by plane for a short wedding trip. Mrs. Oyer is a graduate in die tetics of the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi so rority and Phi Upsilon Omicron home economics honorary society. She has recently been appointed die titian at Bowling Green State uni versity commons. Mr. Oyer, a graduate of Bluffton college spent two and one-half years in the armed forces with two years overseas duty. He is planning to enter Bowling Green university this fall to do graduate work in speech. The couple is at home at 943 N. Grove street, Bowling Green. In Memoriam In memory of Henry Trippiehorn, who passed on five years ago, July 31, 1942. Time speeds on, five years have passed, Since death its gloom, its shadow’s cast. Within our home where all seemed bright, i It took from us a shining light. We miss that light and always will, His vacant place there is none can fill. Down here we mourn, but not in vain, For up in Heaven we shall meet again. Sadly missed by W’ife and children. 115 W. MARKET STREET LIMA, OHIO Daughter Of Former Bluffton Couple Weds Miss Elizabeth Alspach, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alspach of Detroit, formerly of Bluffton was married Saturday, July 19, to Edward Dickerson, also of Detroit, it was announced here this week. The ceremony took place in a Methodist church of that city. Mr. Dickerson is employed in the plant of the Budd Wheel company in De troit. Frank H. Molder Dies In Findlay Frank H. Molder, 65, a native of Orange township, died last Friday at his home in Findlay of heart dis ease. Survivors include three children and two sisters, one of them, Mrs. William Baker of Orange township. Molder was a member of the Raw son Masonic lodge, and the Central Church of Christ in Findlay. Fun eral services w’ere held Sunday in Findlay, with burial at that place. Wins Distinction In Insurance Sales Clarence Diller, district agent of the Northwestern Mutual Life In surance company and Mrs. Diller at tended the annual agents’ meeting of the company held in Milwaukee last week The Bluffton man received the dis tinction of holding second place in an agents’ contest which closed early this month. For three years he was first in the state in the number of policies written. Family Reunion A family reunion was held Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fett and family. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steiner and son and Mr. and Mrs. George Radebaugh of Toledo Mr. and Mrs. William Radebaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter of Bellevue Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Radebaugh and daughter of Detroit. Miss Grace Ann Manes and Gerald Augsburger of Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fett, Jr., and daugh ters of Medway Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shilling of Rawson Mr. and Mrs. Albert Augsburger and son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Gable of Tipton, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gable of Muleshoe, Texas Mrs. Georgia Park of Walter, Okla., and Mrs. Gladys Cole of Robert Lee, Texas. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. George Shilling and son Ray mond. Birthday Party In honor of her fifth birthday an niversary, Catherine Ann Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis received a number of little friends at her home, Saturday. The table from which refresh ments were served was decorated in pink and white and centered with a pink birthday cake. The honor guest received many beautiful gifts. Present were: Helen Kae Geiger, Jane Alspach, Carol Sue Devier, Ann and Amy Diller, Sue Ellen Crawfis, Beverly Jane Benroth, Patty Lou Welty, Sandra Beach, Jeane Mathewson, Jan and Joan Emmert, Rudolph and Mary’ Margaret Steiner and the honor guest. Dairy Judging At Two Local Farms Cattle on two farms in this area will be judged by dairy teams of 4-H clubs in Allert, Putnam, Hancock and Hardin counties Friday in an elim ination match to determine judging teams to represent this area at the Ohio State fair, in late summer. The teams on tour will judge Ayr shire cattle on the Mark Emerick farm near Beaverdam, and Holstein cattle at the Melvin Zimmerly farm, west of Bluffton. Ray Starbuck, dairy specialist at Ohio State university, will make the tour with the group, judging the teams and discussing the qualities of the herds. PORTRAITS Photo finishing, films, photo supplies Neu-Art Studio Phone 168-W Kluffton It’s Here— 4 The New Portable G. E. Radio Use it indoors or out—oper ates from A. C., D. C. or Bat tery. Ideal to take along in your car. VACUUM SWEEPERS Tank and upright types now available for delivery. Ellenberger Bros. All the Latest in Electrical Conveniences Hotpoint Sales & Service 105 South Main Bluffton, Ohio Phone 255-T Plans to support wheat prices at 90 per cent of parity and to make loans on 1947 wheat have been an- Are You 'Set’ for some Really Big MONEY in the Hog Business? The problem of giving your pigs a "quick” start is solved providing you feed plenty of skim milk and sell the farm-separated cream to The Page Dairy Co. Your Farm & St *s •J s Separated Cream Ea ■ns an “Extra I 'rofit" On ly when you st 1 to the The Page I airy Co. Bluffton, Ohio Phene a 89-W Jus Send Us A Penny Postal Card All work gua anteed. Estimates without obligation. Inquire— Sohic Service Station Edgar Conaway N. Main and Jefferson Streets —--------------------------I------------------------------------------------.——---- A Fence of Beauty and Utility for Your Home S| Si I r* I* $ i /POULTP^ "service THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1947 nounced. The loan rate has not been, set but will be about $2 for Ohio wheat. Present market prices for hogs really makes them prof itable and many farmers will want to put the pounds on their pigs and put them on fast the greatest qf all feeds for pigs and grow ing hogs is skim milk farm-separated cream also is bringing high prices so you win two ways: (1) by putting pounds on pigs fast er, and (2) by selling your farm-separated cream to The Page Dairy Co. OT MIX for drivewa rs lanes barnyards Not a ected by Hot Weather or Frost I I ■0. Beautify your home. Protect your Children and Pets with Beatty's ARISTOCRAT ALL OAK FENCING. Made in 8 Foot Sections, different heights, protect your flowers and shrubbery with 12, 18 and 24 inch fencing at an attractive price. Wood as smooth as glass Easy to Ereqt and Paint Lasts a Lifetime. Steinman 'Bros. Lumber Co. 236-246 Cherry Street Phone: 360-W “Ask Steinman's" VACCINATE NOW AGAINST dangerous, costly fowl pox z i Wise poultry raisers generally do this when birds are 6-12 weeks of age. Fowl pox can be pre vented easily and inexpens ively—when done the mod em way. Simply go to the phone and call 252-W or stop in and make your appoint ment for us to come out with our modern equip ment, and your worries are over all you have to do is slose your brooder house the night before, we fur nish everything. E. J. Wahlie AMSTUTZ HATCHERIES Bluffton Pandora I"**' “THEPLACE TO GO” Good Poultrymen Know!