Mrs. Llewellyn Zimmerly of Orr
ville is spending several weeks
among relatives and friends here.
The singspiration at St. John church
was very well attended Sunday even
ing. Earl Lehman was in charge of
With Soot bf B.H
Swiss Cheese lb. 75c
One-half or Whole
Brick Cheese lb. 49c
Blodget Cheese, June
made, Longhorn or
Sharp N. Y. State 69c
2 Lb. Velveet 89c
Roasts lb. 49c
Boil lb. 39c
Steaks lb. 65c
Beef Ground lb. 65c
This Beef Also Sold by the
Quarter, Average 60 Lb.
Oysters Pint 79c
Gilbert Deitter spent a numbt
Mr. and Mi
involved in a
?ar collided w
Owen Etter n
(Aim 1 THEATRE
BETTY HUTTON in
The Perils of Pauline
LOUISE ALLBRITTON-PERCY KILBRIDE BILLY HOUSE RICHARD LONG
Beginning THIS SUNDAY we will run continuous
every Sunday from 3:00 P. M.
The Notorious Gentleman
ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON
MARQUIS the Magician
ADULTS 60c CHILREN 25c
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 2:30 I\ M.
for the Love of Rusty
(A Dog Story)
ADULTS 27c CHILDRE? 20c
A to Z
Meat Market & Lecher Service
Home Killed Meats
3 P. M.
MILK FED VEAL
Roast Sh. lb. 45c
Stew Meat lb. 35c
Veal Steak lb. 69c
Veal Chops lb. 55c
Steak lb. 49c
Veal Liver lb. 65c
OLEO, Nu Maid JvS. 33c
Friday and Saturday
Bologna lb. 32c
Veal Loaf, Pickle &
Pimento Loaf and
Pan Pudding lb. 39c
Ribs lb. 25c
Steer or Heifer Beef Sold by the Quarter
We do custom slaughtering—also processing
Monday evening. Mrs. Schneck suf'
iff ered mostly from she»ck, while th
tor vniltn \vas nurh»d from th
*actor and is suffering from an in
annual Shorthorn sale of thi
s to be held at the Robert Tudo
st rm near Vaughnesville•, Wednesday
The Swiss Community Male chorus
is to present a sacred program at the
First 'Mennonite church in Bluffton,
Misses Leia and Mary Steiner are
expecting to leave for the west early
Ideal weather is enabling farmers
to carry on routine work. Wheat
sowing has made fine progress. Soy
beans are being combined, and very
good yields are reported. Sugar
beets are being harvested at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Phillips
and family of Ada, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dale Phillips and daughter Jeanine
of Fostoria, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Davidson and daughter Judy of Col.
Grove and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wol
from of Findlay spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wyn
koop, Gayla, Eileen, Lynn and Denny.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cramer and
family of Fostoria spent Friday even
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Wynkoop.
Here, There, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson of
Long Beach, California were recent
guests of Mrs. Virginia Wilson and
daughter Hope of Benton Ridge.
The Sportsman’s Club at Bluffton
held their first meeting of the season
last Wednesday evening with a fish
fry and color motion picture on South
Dakota pheasant hunting. Nearly 200
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber were
callers Sunday afternoon on Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Beltz, at Findlay.
Mrs. Gaylen Williamson and baby
were returned to their home in Raw
gon from the Findlay hospital.
Grace Grear north of Benton Ridge
and Mrs. John Hearlds, Benton Ridge
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Virginia Wilson and daughter Hope.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber were
Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Sutter and
children, Pandora, were Friday call
ers of Mrs. Virginia Wilson and
daughter Hope at Benton Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber were
Friday evening callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Marshall, at Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshall of
Beaverdam spent Thursday in Lima.
want to thgnk my many,
friends who are giving my
new Jane Parker Enriched
White Bread such a won
derful reception at the A&P.
Sweet Cider Made Every
Fisher Fruit Farm
1 l/i miles north of Bluffton
on county line.
Also, varieties grown near
Mt. Vernon, Washington.
East Elm Street
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Mr. and Mr?i.
guests of Mr.
Ralph^ Stager, Mrs.
were Sunday dinner
ind Mrs. Roy Marshall
Elva Bishop spent Thursday with
Mrs. Dora Nmnamaker and Marie
Dukes and dai an ter.
Callers in thp B. J. Boutwell home
the past wee I, were: Mrs. Mildred
Amstutz of irrod, Mrs. Alice Mae
Boutwell and 1jonnie Sue, Mrs. Mary
Heldman and 'Vilda Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Boutwell and
son Michael Iale of near Findlay
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B.’J. Boutwell.
The mid-week prayer and Bible
study will be held in the home of
Mrs. Laura Wq aner
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gallant and
daughters Shai•on, Carol and Marylin
spent Sunday in Mt. Gilead visiting
the latter’s fa
ther and brother and
Mr. and rs. Emanuel Boutwell
and daughter larbar i, Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Boutwell Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Boutwell and son Michael Dale called
on Mr. and Mrs. John Boutwell and
Mrs. A bigale 1
loutwell of Lima, Sun-
Mr. and Mi•s. Ezra Heldman rc
turned to their home in Bucyrus Mon
day after a up!e of days rtay in
the C. M. He! timan home.
Helen Ann 'ripplehorn of Findlay
spent the weekend with her grand
parents, Mr. ar Mrs. Fred Boutwell.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. Paul H. Cramer, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 A. M.
Morning worship 10:30 A. M.
Youth Fellowship 6:30 P. M.
Wednesday, October 15
District Woman’s Society of Chris
tian service at Trinity church, Lima.
Thursday, October 16—
Choir practice 7 p. m.
Friendly class meeting, 8 p. m. in
the church basement.
REAL ESTATE HERE SHOWS
(Concluded from page 1)
crease of $9,000 Jackson township,
$1,484,770, an increase of $14,000
and Monroe township, $1,768,010, an
increase of $17,000. Lafayette’s
real property valuation was un
In Allen county as a whole, real
estate valuations last year went up
slightly more than $2,000,000, ac
cording to the county auditor. Per
sonal property valuation at the same
time increased $2,200,000.
Holdings subject to classified tax
dropped in the county during the
year from $11,371,466 a year ago
to a mark of $7,477,606 this year,
County Auditor Hire said.
The report showed an aggregate
real property valuation for the
county’s townships of $26,111,520, a
gain of $1,064,050.
Th« Fretdom Train" now YraveHnq
all over the country is something
all Americana should see. For
financial freedom see
Market & Elisabeth, Lima
making right with depend
able Kodak Fil|n in the yel
low box—the film that geta
the picture. Then send ua
Cha exposed rolls for expert
developing and printing.
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Sweet Lind of Liberty of thcc I sing
reletion to A
By Elmo Scott Watson
The First Rebel
1 AMES SMITH led the first upris
ing of American colonists against
England, drew the first blood in
actual battle and all this 10 years
before the Revolution began.
Smith organized a band of fron
tiersmen called “Black Boys,” in
1763. Their purpose was to keep the
drunk and bloodthirsty Indians out
of Conococheague valley. But two
years later, Smith decided that the
best way to fight them was to cut
off their source of supply for whis
ky and arms. Accordingly, his
“Black Boys” held up a pack train
and burned the goods.
On May 6, 1765, a platoon of Brit
ish Highlanders, members of the
Forty-second regiment of His Maj
esty’s army in America—-the famous
“Black Watch”—marched on the
town of Fort Loudon, Pa., to pre
serve law and order and put this
lawless band of “Black Boys” in
But when the British soldiers
reached Smith’s forces and Sgt. Mc
Glasham ordered them to “Halt!
In the king’s name, halt!” a pitched
battle followed in which the soldiers
were driven into the cabin of a cer
tain Widow Barr. The rebels kept
them there until the Britishers
agreed to march back to Ft. Loudon
from whence they came. And so
the truly first battle of the Ameri
can Revolution, fought 10 years be
fore the famous battle of Bunker
Hill, was won by America’s first
rebel, James Smith.
Western Newspaper Union.
News Want Ads get results.
Your pullets n
layers this fall and
A worm capsuit
A large heated
6. CONKEY’S Sup
We can supply
above. Let us help
Perfect gift for anyone!
G-E AUTOMATIC BLANKET will be warmly appreciated,
all winter long! It’s downy-light, but warm as three blankets!
Bedside Control (set once a season) keeps sleeping tempera
ture "just right” automatically—no matter how the weather
changes during the night. Choice of blue, rose, green, cedar.
72x86 inches. Put one on your gift list, now.
Launders beautifully. Carefully made to rigid General Elec
tric safety standards, and approved by Underwriters’ Labora
Removal of our Produce Station
to Corner of Lawn Avenue and
Elm Streets. 1
Highest Prices for Eggs and
Country Route Service—Phone Call brings our Truck to your door.
Phone 492-W Lawn & Elm Sts.
It feels as good as it looks fine knit fleece
lined sweat shirts.
In gorgeous colty range of canary red
Nothing finer, only
THURSDAY. OCT. 16. 1947
A BASIS OF MERIT
We offer our funeral
on the only basis the
sion properly permits—that
merit and performance.
To resort to personal
other unfair pressure is
unethical in this business
it is distasteful to public opin
*ed 6 things to make them profitable
nst fowl pox.
nests to prevent egg breaking.
oughs designed to eliminate waste of
trough filled with clean fresh
brior Y. O. egg mash.
iou with any of the 6 items mentioned
you with your poultry problems.
(As Advertised in Life Magazine)
Others at $1.89
Geiger & Diller
Bixel Motor Sales
Kjmmel Marshall, Mgr.
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