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Miss Metta O’Dare of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mo
ser and sons Donivan and Kenneth
and Miss Marjorie Welty were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Burkholder of Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and
family, Mrs. Sarah Matter, Mrs. Car
rie Thutt and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Gratz and sons were Sunday callers
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz.
Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Grant and sons. Other Sunday din
ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Courtney and family.
Albert Kohler, Henry Gratz, Wil
ford Gratz, Walter Schaublin, Elmer
and Wayne Badertscher were the
men from the Emmanuel Reformed
church that attended Men’s Congress
Sunday afternoon and evening at
Chattanooga, Ohio.
Mrs. George Myers and infant dau
ghter came home Friday from Bluff
ton hospital.
Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Fridley and also a
drive through the marsh, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son
called Sunday evening on Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Marquart and daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schaublin. Other callers were Mr.
and Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and dau
ghter Barbara and Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Schaublin and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keeney and
family of Brownsville, Pa., called on
their daughter Mrs. Geo. Myers and
family over the week end enroute to
Bloomington, Ill., to attend the wed
ding of their son Wm. Jr. who is a
student in Bluffton college and Miss
Willidene Hartzler.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gratz spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz were
Monday evening supper guests of
Mrs. Elizabeth Althaus and daughter
Bernice of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Basinger
and daughters, Amos Basinger were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Habegger and family of
Ossian, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter Emily spent Sunday eve
with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Basinger
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gerber and
Mrs. Marion Hochstettler and dau
ghter called Sunday afternoon on Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Burkholder and
Those that called the past week at
the Amos Gerber home were Dave
Burkholder of Lima ,Sam Balmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Niswander and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gerber and family.
Sunday afternoon and evening call
ers at the Kenneth Chidester home
were Mr. and Mrs. John Eikenbary
and Mr. and Mrs. Will Sluscher of
Dunkirk Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chid
ester and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Chidester and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Leiber and son.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nonamaker and
son Jimmy of Lima spent last Wed
nesday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Chidester and family.
Mrs. Gladys Long of Loudonville
was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Marshall.
Richard Maple of South Bend, Ind.,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Begg and family for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. David Core of near
West Liberty spent Wednesday
among friends and relatives in this
Mrs. Glen Huber signed a card at
the Putnam county fair more than a
week ago that won for her fifteen
gallons of motor oil from the Mara
thon Oil Co.
Mrs. F. C. Marshall and Mrs. Orlo
Marshall attended a joint meeting of
the Advance club and the Bi-Centen
nial club at the high school building
in Pandora, Saturday afternoon. Mrs.
Carl King of Bryan, former presi
dent of the N. W. District Federated
clubs, was the speaker. She brought
a report of the National Federated
club meeting held in New York City
the past summer where delegates had
the privilege of attending a session
of the U. N.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell and
for better nutrition
smoother texture and better
keeping qualities.
to make it stay fresh longer
k .. toast better .. taste bet
ter ... give more energy.
5 Wet
for crisper crust finer
flavor and richer taste.
daughter Elizabeth were in Colum
bus Saturday for the Ohio State
So. Calif, football game.
Mrs. Walter Cupp went to Cleve*
land Tuesday, and on Wednesday her
son Richard, who had been a patient
in Fairview Park hospital for ten
days, returned home with her where
he is recuperating from his recent
Mrs. F. C. Marshall will be hostess
to the Bay View Study club of Lima,
Monday afternoon of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg, sons
John and William and Richard Maple
of South Bend, Ind., were Sunday
dinner guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Sheridan Best and family near
Columbus Grove. The occasion cele
brated the birthday anniversaries of
Mr. Begg and Mr. Best.
Miss Elizabeth Campbell, who left
three years ago for Los Angeles,
Calif., and for the past year has been
employed at Adrian’s, will in the fu
ture be manager of the Elizabeth
Kardos Fashion Salon in Cleveland.
She left here Monday to take over
her new position.
Mrs. Elnora Steiner will be hostess
to the Friendly Neighbors club Thurs
day afternoon of next week with the
following program: Song, Roll Call
Poem—“The County Fair,” Mrs.
Audrey Hauenstein Special Music
Monologue, “Grandpa Snubbins Goes
to a Cry’npractice Doctor,” LaVaun
Amstutz and Sybil Reichenbach
Mrs. Ernest Freet and Mrs. Orr
ville Huber of the Findlay Neighbors
club and Mrs. Herbert Marshall, Mrs.
Clarence Begg and Mrs. Edgar Begg
of the Profit and Pleasure club at
tended a demonstration in the home
of Mrs. William Smith near Lima
last Tuesday, on “How to prepare
and Serve a Buffet Lunch,” which
was in charge of Miss Ruth Winner
and a representative from Ohio State
University. A lunch was prepared
and served to the delegates w’ho will
bring back reports to their clubs.
Messrs. Clarence and Edgar Begg
and Herbert Marshall attended a
meeting of the Farmer’s club held
in Vaughnsville last Thursday
evening with dinner and a talk by
Dr. Falconer on Food production and
Mr. Calvin Leimbach, Vo-Ag.
teacher at Bluffton and Beaverdam
was a supper guest in the home of
No wonder small fry go for the new
Jane Parker Enriched White Bread in
a big way! They like its smooth tex
ture, sweet, rich flavor and delicious
freshness. And so will you. For every
luscious loaf contains a lot more sugar,
a lot more shortening and a lot more
milk. Jane Parker Bread is made by
the same pastry chefs who bake the
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall one
evening last week.
Among those who attended the an
nual meeting of the Ohio Farm Wo
men’s clubs of Ohio in Tiffin, Wed
nesday, were: Mrs. Herbert Marshall,
State president Mrs. Isaac Neuen
schwander, Mrs. Glen Mayberry, Mrs.
Clarence Begg, Mrs. J. 0. Cupp, Mrs.
Guy Mayberry, Mrs. Lawrence Begg,
Mrs. Harry Mayberry, Mrs. Wilbur
Lentz and Mrs. Orlo Marshal).
A training conference for leaders
of children and young people will be
held in the Market St. Presbyterian
church in Lima, Wednesday, with
Miss Jean Stew’art and Rev. Hamlin
G. Tobey of the Board of Christian
Education in charge. Those from the
local church planning to attend are:
Miss Edythe Cupp, Mrs. Edgar Begg,
Mrs. Donald Van Meter Mrs. Nelson
Wells and Mrs. Harold Marshall.
The body of Pvt. Donald E. Craw
fis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crawfis
of this community, was among those
to arrive in San Francisco aboard the
Army transport Honda Knot, last
Friday. He lost his life in the Pacific
conflict during World War II.
Mr. and Mrs. han Montgomery
and family attended the Olive Branch
church Homecoming, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingler and
son Keith called at the C. E. Kling
ler home, Sunday p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman and
son Jay spent Sunday at. the Ervin
Hartman home.
Marleen Crawford spent Monday
p. m. with Sue Clauss.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moser and
family spent Tuesday at the Ervin
Moser home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clauss and
family were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyd of near
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins, Jr.,
and family called at the Delbert Wil
kins home, Sunday p. m.
Don Oates, Dale Owens and son
Tommy attended a football game at
Columbus, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hinely of To
ledo called Saturday at the O. P.
Hartman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaffer, Jim
my Fox, Sam and Tom Brau, Mas
silon and Chas. Montgomery called
at the Ervin Moser home, Sunday.
Mrs. Dora Hartman, Velva Cahill,
Ethel McGee and May Steinman vis
ited at the 0. P. Hartman home, Sat
urday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty called on
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Spencer of Bow
ling Green, Thursday.
We repair and clean all makes of furnaces. Best
materials—trained workmen. All costs based on
actual materials used and labor. Phone us now.
s comfort
Williamson Heater Company:
My wife serf I have experienced complete
comfort since we moved into our new home. We
think our Wfiliamson Tripl-ife Furnace has had
a lot to do frith making us comfortable. It is so
easy to Are the furnace and the heat is evenly,
distributed all over the house.'*
famous line of Jane Parker Cakes, Pies
and Cookies (you know how good they
are!) ... and every loaf is rushed daily
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freshness fades, flavor fades! That’s
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Signed—Phil Bohnett, Ohio
Monthly Paymeats To Suit
133 South Main St.
Phone 225-W
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Watt an
nounce the birth of a baby boy Sat
urday morning in Memorial hospital,
Lima. Mrs. Watt Was the former Dor
othy Hall.
Mrs. Russell Rex entertained mem
bers of her Pinochle Club Friday
evening. Mrs. Gail Moore, Ada and
Mrs. Robert Guy, Harrod were
quests. Mrs. Dorothy Hall was high
the games and Mrs. Lois Hall was
Good fo
FOR 1948
retos, a&MOfts.
well as foundations, window wells, out
side basement entrance^ farif silos and
water tanks. Guard concrete or mas
onry structures from weather by water
proofing them with DRI-iiEAL—the
waterproofing material whlph pene
trates and seals out moisture kills
mold and resulting musty sme|ls. Low-cost DRI-SEAL is easily ap
plied—simply brush or spray bn surface.
DRI-SEAL Products also available for Wood, Leather and Textile.
Sold by:
Greding Hardware
made by
The Herzog Lime and Stone Co.
I 1 Forest, Ohio
1 Delivered and Spread by
Russell Amstutz Harold Marshall
Phone 533-T
Order now for early Fall Delivery
Truckloads of New and Different Items
Arriving Daily
190% Wool Army O. D. I
$2.50 up
Tool Boxes
Surplus Outside White
Paint, gallon $2.95
AU Sizes
Flame Proof Water Proof
Mildew Proof with Grommets
03.85 up
Fatigue Cap
the Common
Tailant, Ph
fndant. Jr
The defen
in every 100-lb. bag of
Feed your layen STATE PILOT Egg
Feeds and use the coupons packed in
every 100-lb. bag the same as cash for
your 1948 baby chicks. Get this extra
“bonus” as well as
pay big egg profit*.
Help your hens produce at
their peak capacity at low
eo»t by feeding STATE
PILOT Egg Feed*. The
STATE PILOT feeefina
plan ia practical, economi
cal and profitable. Start
feeding th. STATE PILOT
way now. See us today!
Ralph Tal-
whose place
take notice
that Louise Tagant has filed in said court
an action ajofinst him for divorce on the
grounds of Jk-ilful absence for more than
three yearly Said cause will be for hearing
on and afOer six weeks from the date of the
first puUfcation of this notice, to wit: on
and afirfr the 21st day of November, 1947.
Louise Tallant,
By l.fB. Steele, Her Attorney. 30
’ews Want Ads get results.
Save the Coupon
helping your hens
Bluffton and Pandora
"THE PLACE TO GO" Good Poultrymen Know!
Sweaters $1.98 up
Army Trousers, 100% Wool $3.95
Melton Trousers, 100% Wool 4.95
Marine Trousers, 100% Wool 5.95
Army Shirts, 100% Wool $2.95
Navy & Army Raincoats---- $3 up
Army Combat Shoes $5.95
Navy Shoes & Oxfords------- $6.95
Socks _____ 39c up
Army 2 & 5 Buckle Arctics $2.25 up
Navy Dungarees $2.49
iArmy Field Jackets $2.50 up
lArmy Combat Jackets ---------$3.95
Leather Air Corps Jackets $11.95
Navy Jackets & Other Jackets
All Types Work Trousers & Shirts
Carpenter Levels, 24 inch —$1.29
EnV Wrenches, Open & Box 25c
Machinist & Pipe Vise ------$7.95
Hand Chisels 25c
Tap\& Die Set from to 1%* dia.
Powfir Bench Saw
Large Pipe Cutters & Pipe Dies
Small Paint Spray Outfits
Spirting Goods
New |‘ump Guns—12 Gauge—
1 Winchester
Used Guns—Rifles & Shotguns
120 Pairfc Long Rubber Gloves for
Trapping and General Housework
Were $2B5—Now $1.25
Tents, Co|s, Sleeping Bags, Jungle
Hammocks, One-man Liferafts, etc.
The Store with 1,000 Items—Many Not Listed Here
For the Home, Farm and Garage at Great Savings
133 N. Main St., Findlay, Ohio
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