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THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1947
Mainly, Pe/iAonal School bell rang Tuesday morn ing—which means fall is here even tho it doesn’t come officially until later this month but here’s foot ball preview ringing up the autumn sports program Friday night and some of the local boys already have night and the boys already have fall hunting trips to Canada in the talk stage however, there’s been no evidence of frost since July—re member that cold snap and everyone’s hoping for another month of growing season for the corn crop which in the Bluffton area at least is doing remarkably well—and some of the foresighted boys insist when it comes to a final checkup the corn here will be a good average crop barring unforseen breaks such as the suggestion of hail which we had with Friday night’s storm and Bluff tonites back after one last summer vacation fling on Labor day—a good sized crowd at the Cleveland air show—and others at home watched a half-dozen groups of big four-motor ed army planes winging over town— the largest assemblage of air power seen here since the war which gave us a sobering thought John Gar linger who has been picking wild raspberries and blackberries for can ning this summer says the elderber ries are now ready and so en ters September, 1947. It was just like old times the other day for Wade Mumma who flew a big Army C-46 aircraft from Wal nut Ridge, Arkansas to West Lafay ette, Indiana. The plane was one that had been purchased by Purdue university from Army surplus at Walnut Ridge and a pilot was need ed to fly the big ship to West La fayette where .it will be used for ground instruction at Purdue’s air craft school. Wade who flew those big Army planes regularly over the Hump in the China-Burma-India sector dur ing the war was picked for the er rand and took along with him his roommate Joe Minton who also flew the Hump during the war. The plane the boys flew is u big twin engine job with 110 foot wing spread with a 50-passenger capacity. D. SAME, associate Residence 423-W ............................................... ,•0 i Real Estate Service HOMES FARMS BUSINESS 108-10 S. MAIN STREET BLUFFTON, OHIO James Gordon Bennett— PIONEER. IN JOURNALISM SEPTEMBER IJ795-JUNE 1,18^2 7b THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FREE PRESS, BENNETT BROUGHT THE CONVICTION THAT TO BE OF MAXIMUM SERVICE TO THE NATION, NEWSPAPERS MUST GIVE THE PEOPLE THE NEWS PROMPTLY, COMPLETELY, WITHOUT BIAS AND IN A FORM THAT COULD BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD BY EVERYBODY. These principles are basic to our free press AS WE KNOW IT TODAY. AND BECAUSE AN INFORMED PEOPLE IS AN ALERT PEOPLE ABLE TO RECOGNIZE AND DISCHARGE ITS RESPONSIBILITIES, THEY ARE VITAL TO THE PRESERVATION OF OUR DEMOCRACY. The plane was flown a distance of 500 miles in three hours of leisurely flying and landed at Purdue’s 110 acre airfield where it will be used as a laboratory by James Basinger, an instructor in the school’s aircraft course. Speaking of bargains the $350,000 plane was purchased by the school for $150. Susanna Kempf wasn’t at school Tuesday—fact is, it may be quite a while before she can go which is a disappointment because she would have been a senior this year. You see, Susanna is ill at her home on A. D. GRATZ, broker Office 468-Y JSedroom of distinction Shop Armstrong’s for this New Kroehler Bedroom Suite PRECISIONED CONSTRUCTION FINE CABINET HARDWOOD PERMANENT GLUE BONDING OAK DRAWERS INTERIOR LONG LIFE FINISHES CRYSTAL CLEAR MIRRORS AND IT'S KROEHLER MADE. Bed, Chest, Vanity and Bench Armstrong's furniture ’’KNOWN FOR FINE FURNITURE" Lawn avenue and just to make things a bit more cheerful some of her friends are planning a postcard shower on her 16th birthday next Monday. Now there’s nothing ex clusive about this shower and every one’s invited to participate. Here’s an opportunity to bring some sun shine where it will be appreciated so let’s make this birthday card shower a good one. There’s Beaverdam—and Beaver burg—don’t get them confused. Beaverdam needs no identification, but Beaverburg is the official post office designation for the trailer camp on the Bluffton college cam pus, formerly known as Beaver vil lage. By the way Miss M’Della Moon, of the College faculty is oc cupying one of the pre-fab houses there this year. Do you remember—it was just a year ago that a new sugar stamp which became valid made Bluffton housewives happy and juveniles $215 115 W. MARKET STREET LIMA, OHIO Clarence G. Fisch Bldg.. Bluffton, Ohio and qualified as Adm of William R. Dally Ohio, deceased. Dated this 20th day RAYMOND Probate Judge THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Bluffton Photo of Robert Derringer and his pet fox terrier of Bluffton Route 2 appears in the current issue of the Safety Legion Pilot magazine for juveniles, distributed by the Geiger & Diller store here. And speaking of dogs, there’s a black and tan coon hound around town, presumably lost. He’s a friendly fellow, a bit shy, but quite approachable when offered some thing to eat. This column will be glad to help find a good home for him. Maybe it was just for effect—and maybe it was love—anyway there they went the other doy, a couple arm in arm through the hot sun and singing “I’ve got your love to keep me warm.” Gene Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wells of South Main street who entered junior high school Tuesday is the fourth generation of his family to complete his studies in the grade school building here. Pre ceding him through the school were his father, his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Close Wells and his great grandmother, Mrs. Ha Ewing Close, the latter having attended the school more than 75 years ago. No one knows how that venture some pigeon got into the clock tow er on the town hall, but it did—and got itself so wedged in the mechan ism that the clock stopped last Thursday night at 8 o’clock. James Benroth, caretaker located the trou ble and got it going again. Pig eons are plentiful around the' clock tower but how this one gained en trance into the clock room which adjoins the council chamber and is 1 thought to be completely sealed up i is one of the unsolved mysteries. LEGM. NOTICE lose la^c known place of ■5 «w, Ohio, is hereby Fred Claypool, wl residence was Law notified that Maxim petition against him equitable relief, on neglect of duty and Number 37778 of tl_ of Allen County, Oh! will be for hearing from the date of the I Claypool has filed her for divorce, and other the grounds of gross rtreme cruelty. In Case hj Common Pleas Court and tha’c said cause or about six weeks this n irst publication of ERNES S. NAVARRE Attorney for Plaintiff 24 NOTICE OF PPOINTMENT O 1 THE STATE OF Off Allen Coun'ty, ss. Estate of William 1. Dally. Deceased. of Citizens Bank has been appointed nistrator of the estate late of Allen County, of August. 1947. P. SMITH NOTICE OF THE STATE OF OH Allen County, is. Estate of Samuel Appl] Mumma El 21 PPOINTMENT ^ugsburger, Deceased. and Elizabeth SpaL Lima, Ohio, have been as Administratrices of UK’burger late of Al tsed. Florence Augsburgei linger of R. D. No. 5, appointed and qualified the estate of Samuel 1 len County, Ohio, dec Dated this 19th day RAYMOND Probate Judge August, 1947. P. SMITH LEGAL Herbert M. Byrd, wl is Grand Chain, Illino address is care Mrs. 1 son. Grand Chain, Illii that Estelle L, Byrd against him for divoi fees, household goods, junction, and all pi grounds of gross neg treme cruelty, in cat Court of Common Pl Ohio, at Lima, Ohio, i has been allowed ag» may be heard and det tion of six weeks fror of this notice. NOTICE se place of residence i, and whose mailing homas (Gertie) John is, is hereby notified »as filed her petition e. alimony, attorney real estate and in Dper relief, on the &ct of duty and ex- No. 37766 in the as of Allen County, nd that an injunction n«t him. Said cause ided after the expira i the first publication Estelle By Clarence C. Mi 504 Citizens Bldg., Byrd ler, Her Attorney Lima, Ohio. 23 U AMID nECTRIC ER WORK SEE I S FOR Sweepers Supplies e Wiring Fixtures ances ectric Shop Rebuilt Complete for Hous Lighting imma Main Carl 122 Nori WANTED nore Quality We need i Eggs. •A Y WE HIGI ft PRICE MARKEr PLUS PREMIUM FOR QUALITY AND SIZE Call or write lour buyer. Robert Murray, p30 Cherry St., Bluffton, Ohio, for quo tations and arrange for pickup service. Bluffton phone 285-R Carl W. McCabe Egg Co. Attica, Mich. Bluffton, Ohio Here, There, and Everywhere Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Huber, south Fair. The funeral of Mrs. N. V. Turner of Mt. Cory was held Saturday after noon at the Otto funeral home in Rawson. Mrs. Cora McGeorge and daughter Lucille of Lima called recently on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moser north of Beaverdam. James Hilty of Bluffton was a visitor in Youngstown this week. He returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber re turned home Thursday from a trip to the Ohio State Fair. They were guests in the home of Mrs. M. J. Powell and family and Mrs. Ida Dorney while in Columbus. Ezra Sommers of Wisconsin and Alva Sommers and family of Orr ville are visiting their brother Walter in Bluffton. They attended the Som mers reunion at Pandora, Sunday. Ezra brought his brother 170 pounds of Switzer cheese. Lillie Anderson of Beaverdam is ill with lumbago. Fred and Kathryn Hilty of Chicago! visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baum gartner of Bluffton the past week. Lester Evans director of the Men don-Union High school band that played at the Ohio State Fair last week is a graduate of Bluffton Col lege. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marshall of Rockport spent last Tuesday and Wednesday- in Columbus attending the State Fair and visiting their daughter Mary and family. Mrs. Chester Huber and Mrs. Vir ginia Wilson and daughter Hope called on Mr. and Mrs. John Huilds in Benton Ridge Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of Bluffton called Monday on Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hochstettler in Findlay. Mr. Hochstettler is President of the Hancock County Fair board. Labor Day was a big success at Riverside Park with hundreds of people in attendance. A delegation of Triplett employees attended the Ohio State Fair Wednes day to hear Ruth Huber at the Music Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Cleland Amstutz of Pandora attended the State Fair two days last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Winget attend ed the Wapakoneta County Fair Thursday. LEGAL NOTICE In the Common Pleas Court of Allen County. Ohio. Case No. 37733. Manraret F. Shaffer. Plaintiff, vs. William A. Shaffer, Defendant. The Defendant, William A. Shaf fer, whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice that Marglrerty 'F. Shaffer has filed in said courban against him for divorce on the gatnuidvw gross neglect of duty and extreme gofMty. Said cause will be for hearing on an«F after six weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit: on and after the 19th day of September, 1947. Margaret F. Shaffer, By I. B. Steele, Her Attorney 21 Beaverdam Mr. and Mrs. Glen Royer and family of Clayton, Mrs. Dianah Royer, Mrs. Grace Key, Mrs. Lucy Royer of Union City, Ind., spent the week end with John Ross. Errit Loomis of Kingsville was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yant, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Arnold spent last week at Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pugh and son Jack were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marshall and daughter Melinda of Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith of Barberton announce the arrival of a son. Mrs. Leo Nelson is spending the week there. z Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fowler and family of Tiffin were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Vertner. Orin Grant and Harold Woemer are visiting with relatives in Okla homa. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Solomon at tended the Clum reunion Sunday at Oakwood. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Younkman and family of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Younkman and family of 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 Separated Cream Earns an “Extra Profit” Only when you sell to the The Page Dairy Co. Bluffton. Ohio Phone 489-W 94th ANNUAL WYANDOT COUNTY FAIR September 9-10*11*12 UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO 2:28 Trot—2:27 Pace—Two Pony THURSDAY, Sept Mr. an nded th wa on Just Send Us A Penny Postal Card SPEED PROGRAM WEDNESDAY, Sept 2:21 Trot—Free For All Pace—2:23 Iface—Saddle Horse Race, Total Purses $1, FRIDAY, Septem 2:24 Trot—2:19 Pace—2:18 Trot Total Purses $l,i NIGHT FAIR ATTRACTIONS TUESDAY, September 9 Jimmy Lynch Death Dodgers, Thrill Show WEDNESDAY, September 10 The Famous Hoosier Hop, Radio Show THURSDAY, September 11 The World Famous White Horse Troupe FRIDAY, September 12 WLW Midwestern Hayride LIVESTOCK 4-H CLUBS VOCATIONAL EXHIBITS Plan To Attend One Of The Best Fairs In The State ?mber 10 Races, Purses §830.00 ?mber 11 155.00 [er 12 ^Saddle Horse Race, 155.00 PAGE SEVEN Honor Hunting Dogs Hunting dogs are often treated as human beings in primitive societies. In certain tribes killing a deg is con sidered as bad as murder. For Vigor and Health- include meat in your menu. Always rfady to serve you. SWANK BROS. Fresh and Salt Meats 125 150 7 175 rl00 too' —225 7S .50 25OJ 15 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 of 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 tq The Page Dairy Co.