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THURSDAY, OCT, 23, 1947
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WITH
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
The Citizens National Bank
OF BLUFFTON, IN THE STATE OF OHIO, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSI
NESS ON OCTOBER 6TH, 1947. PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO A
CALL MADE BY THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER
SECTION 5211, U
Reserve bank)
Total Assets
S. REVISED STATUTES
ASSETS
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance,
and cash items in process of collection $ 815,577.92
United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .. 1,785,955.52
280,865.00
167,518.51
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
Other bonds, notes and debentures ................
Corporate stocks (including «6,000.00 stock of Federal
Loans and discounts (including $256.47 overdrafts)
Bank premises owned $12,000.00, furniture and fixtures $2,500.00
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1,694,240.57
1,448,484.38
10,072.73
231,841.50
61,128.64
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations..
Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings)
Deposits of States and political subdivisions
Other deposits (certified and chashier’s checks, etc.)
Total Deposits $3,445,767.82
Capital Stock: Common stock, total pAr
Surplus ........................................................I
Undivided profits ........................................I
Reserves ..........................
Assets pledged or assigned to secure
purposes
State of Ohio, County of Allen, ss:
I, E. C. Romey, cashier of the abc
that the above statement is true to the
Sworn to and subscribed before me
FOH
Total Liabilities $3,445,767.82
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
I
Total Capital Accounts 281,981.48
Total Liabilities and Capital Acco 53,727,749.30
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Correct—Attest: C. Henry Smith, M. M. Ijogart, C. F. Niswander,
I Directors.
ONCEKTIRATES
Designed to supply in a ration
usually lacking in grains alone
minerals that hens need for hea
Master Mix formulas assure
portions and efficient use of home grains.
Atk about the MASTER MIX FEEOIIG PROGRAM
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custon) Grinding
It's Results that count.
PHONE 317-W
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger
Eggs
We are now operating
street adjacent to the Town
It is our policy to pay the
for high quality produce.
Phone 235-VV
USE
McCABE EGG
6,000.00
657,332.35
14,500.00
$3,727,749.30
$
ID UM
labilities and for other
100,000.00
100,000.00
71,981.48
10,000.00
$200,000.00
vb-named bank, do solemnly swear
best of my knowledge and belief.
E. C. ROMEY, Cashier.
tras 14th day of October, 1947.
Beland Diller, Notary Public.
commission expires, Nov. 6, 1947
a.
essential nutrients
vitamins, proteins,
egg production
Our buyer Ray Spencer wi|l be in area most of the time
and will be assisted by Claren Stonehill. Contact our buy
er by phone or letter and be assured of the high dollar for
your Eggs and Cream
Rockport
Mrs. Ernest Witteborg of Colum
bus Grove was a Moonday afternoon
guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Marshall.
Mrs. Walter Cupp, son
and Mrs. Roscoe Aiderman
Janies called on Mrs. Stella
in Huntsville last Tuesday.
Mrs. Roscoe Aiderman and son
James, Mrs. Walter Cupp, son Rich
ard and daughter Marjorie were
Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Richardson and family
in Rudolph.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Bassett of
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LAY-AWAY PLAN
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, .BLUFFTON, OHIO
Richard
and son
Gardner
Satur
F. R.
of an-
Mrs. Guy Mayberry spent
day with her mother, Mrs.
Mason who is ill in the home
other daughter, Mrs. W. J. Porter in
Marysville.
J. O. Cupp was among the pto
maine poisoning victims at a banquet
for the Regional meeting of the REA
held in Lima last Friday night. He
was reported to be improving at
his home, Sunday.
REMEMBER!!! Only fifty-three shopping days left before Christmas
near Lima and Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Marshall and grandson David Barnett
were in Columbus, Sunday, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Barnett. David, who has been visit
ing his grandparents for several
weeks, remained with
Columbus.
his parents in
here the first
sudden death
Word was received
the
at his home near
was related to the
in this community
wife visited here
of last week of
of Allen Stewart
Youngstown. He
Marshall families
and he and his
frequently. Those from here attend
ing the funeral services Thursday
afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. J, O.
Cupp, Mrs. J. C. Begg, Mr. Glen
Mayberry, Mr. W. E. Marshall, Mr.
Ray Marshall of n£ar Bluffton and
Mrs. W. R. Mayberry of Columbus
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Burkhold
er had been guests of the Stewarts
for several weeks and were there
at the time of his death.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell, Mrs.
Roscoe Aiderman and Miss Marjorie
Cupp were among those who witness
ed the exciting football game be
tween Ohio State University and
Iowa in the Columbus Stadium.
Saturday afternoon.
A Rally Day and Homecoming
service will be held at the Rockport
Methodist church, Sunday, Oct. 26.
Sunday school with Rally Day serv
ice will be at 10 a. m., Worship
service conducted by the pastor, Rev.
Fauver at 11:00 a. m., with a basket
dinner at noon. All are requested
to bring own service. The afternoon
program will start at 2:00 p. m.
with Rev. Tinsler of Ada, a former
pastor, as the speaker. Everyone is
welcome.
Mrs. Alva Busick of Santa Monica,
Calif., spent the past week with her
sister Mrs.. Jacob Amstutz. Sunday
visitors in the Amstutz home includ
ed: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sutton of
Spencerville, Mr. Robert Sutton and
family, Mrs. Lowell Miller, Mrs. Lu
bell and Mrs. Sue Zeimer all of
Detroit.
Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Artie Price were: Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper Price, North Lima Mr. and
Mrs. Alf Martin, New Middletown
Lloyd and Ruth Basinger, Bud and
Mary Huffman and children David
and Rosemary.
Mayor’s Notice
Monthly pickuj/of yash and rub
bish will start Tingpflay noon, Octo
ber 23. Ha^k{everything in con
tainers where it may be loaded easily
on the truck.
W. A. Howe, Mayor
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In Memoriam
There’s
At the
Throug]
And there
Our Father claims his own
Beyond the gate our loved one
Finds happiness and rest
And there is comfort in the thought
That a loving God knows best.
an open gate
of the road
hich each must go al
in a light we cannot
SOO
CARD OF THANKS
flowers.
and
Wewish to thank our friends
neighbors for their many kindnesses
and expressions of sympathy in our
recent bereavement also Rev. V. C.
Oppermann for his consoling words,
the singers and pallbearers and those
who contributed to the
tiful
many beau-
Bracy,
Oppe rmann,
Mrs. Edith
Mrs. Betty
Kenneth Bracy.
Fred Sumney Among
Food Poison Victims
A former Bluffton resident was
among more than 100 persons strick
en with food poisoning following a
dinner meeting of the National
Rural Electric Cooperative associa
tion ,n Lima last Friday night, and
two of the victims underwent treat
ment in the Bluffton Community hos
pital.
Fred Sumney, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Sumney, formerly of Bluff
ton, and who now live near Lafay
ette, was a member of the Jackson
Grange quartet,
dinner
ill.
which sang at the
all of whom bcame
meeting,
Jackson
Sumney
Ohio
The
Grange quartet in
is a baritone will
in the national
which
represent
grange quartet contest at Columbus
in November. All the quartet mem
bers are 1945 graduates of Lafay
ette-Jackson High school.
At Bluffton hospital treatment
was provided for Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Sink, of Findlay Route 5, who
became ill on their way home from
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Lima hospitals accommodated al
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as approximately one-third of the
total of 296 attending the meeting
were stricken shortly after eating at
a downtown hotel.
Lima City Health Commissioner J.
B. Poling said tentatively that the
illness “was some form of food
poisoning.” Menu at the dinner
consisted of tomato juice, turkey,
dressing, mashed potatoes, buttered
peas, buttered peas and carrots,
cranberry sauce, gibiet gravy, head
lettuce and tomato salad ,bread,
coffee, ice cream and cake.
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PAGE THREE
LEGAL NOTICE
Common Pleas Court of Alien
io.
Case No. 37867
lant, Plaintiff, vi
iant.
da nt, Ralph Tallant.
is unknown, will
In the
Ralph Tal-
who»e nlaea
take notice
Tallant has filed in said court
against him for divorce on the
wilful absence for more than
a. Said cause will be for hearing
er six weeks from the date of Um
ication of this notice, to wit: on
the 21st day of November, 1947.
Louise Tallant,
Steele, Her Attorney.
By I.
cis Basinger, D. D. S
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