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■MM Wouldn’t you rather have a new portrait of your favorite than any gift you can think of? (Your “favorites” may be your children, your parents, or any other loved one.) They undoubtedly feel the same way ... so arrange right now to let us do a portrsiit of you for their Christmas. By doing it now, you’ll give us plenty of time to get every bit of your charm and personality into your portrait. And your lucky favorites will get exactly what they most want— your Christmas portrait—the gift that only you can N. Main Street, Before you forget, call 168-W and make an appointment. IW1 These well known aids to hog raising do a good job for feeders because they contain nutrients that are lacking in corn—nutrients carefully selected and proportioned for the needs of yoyr hogs if you want fast and thrifty growth. Come in and find out about Pillsbury’s Best THE FARMERS GRAIN CO. Phone 109-W' Bluffton* Ohio Bluffton, O1lio anil CONCENTRATES Rockpor id Clarence id Mrs. Walter eve callers in Mrs. J. O. Ciupp. per was held Tuesday eve ized. Mrs. bus is and Mr. the home of Mr. and game and chicken sup in the Methodist church and was well patron- th Marshall of Colum the v Kenn spendin rs. Herbert Marshall, and Mrs. Lawrence Begg and and Dean attended a family in the home of Mrs. Begg’s dinner in the hoi parents, Mr. and in Wapakoneta, Sunda Mr. and Mr Rob bel Mr bus Grove was entertained in the home of Mrs. Herbert Marshall last Thursday evening. The marriage of Janice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lentz of this place to Mr. Robert Kohler ake place at 3 o’cbock, afternoon, in the U dumbus Grove in an mony. A reception church parlors. Lima will Thanksgiving in Co cere i in the? church church follow Mr. Walter Cupp, daughter 1 of Mr. Sw Dav which nd Mi Mi votions shall Lord IT STAYS SILENT, LASTS LONGER You’ll never be surprised with refrigerator noise and trouble when you pick the refrigerator that freezes with no moving parts. For in Servel’s freezing system, there’s nothing that can wear or get noisy. Dif ferent from all others, the Servel Gas Refrigerator uses just a tiny gas flame to pro vide constant cold and ice. Come look, come listen. Book of Prayer, Mrs. D. bell. W. E. of th Come see Servel’s wonderful modern conveniences. Big and roomy, Servel has just-right i temperatures for meats, for ^vegetables, for frozen foods. Best of all, it offers permanent ailence, longer life. Right now, we haven’t enough Servels for everybody. But more are arriving every day. And this different refrigerator is worth waiting for. SERVEL IS DIFFERENT... no1/016 tfifflt#-' The West Ohio Gas Co TUF BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO lear pi F. R. Kerst Marshall were guests of Mr. •tt and family Ad th ving cond Herbert Marshi Ft. Wayr Am with hall Robert Ma: Oberlin college was e guest of his parents, 3 F. C. Marshall. Mrs. Virginia Kempf to her home in Pandora ing the past two week Harold Marshall, who ing from an operation. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis I Sunday visitors in the and Mrs. Ray Shellenba Hampshire, who recenth baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pandora and Mr. and of Columbus dinner Than! e of Mr. and Marshall tained at of Reagan abeth Cam] Mr. will spend Thank eland and the week end with D. C. Campbell. be Thank: and Mrs. Lynne in Horizon Club of Colum Harley spent his early life in this was struck by a truck crossing the street in fr last Friday evenin] injuries. Funeral se in Dayton Wednes with burial at Blue services were home fatal held noon graveside B. open Mrs. and Mrs. Edgar Begg, Richard day ev Russell meeting larjorie were the guests mi and Mr. Jain at India was held in the lounge of .11 on Ohio Stat he Foi holidi studi hand and (arranged: During be^n session the officers will the coming year. De Christmas, Mrs. F. W. Mar Bible Study, One World, One Mrs. J. O. Cupp Carols Year returned spend th Mrs. cuperat- Herbert will ■shall and Mrs. Orlo Me sgiving Day gue Lysle Cahill an Cleveland. Rockhill of De LaFayette The ette WSCS n the for the December s. Free O. E. md their Thursd evening comedy adies Cloore Ohio ^er-in-la ramily Du Mrs. Ralph* Sousley, Ted Stettler and son: Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. I stettler, daughter Gaia Camp and Mrs. a meeting Herbert Marshall Marshall attended Woman’s Educational Club in Toledo last Thursday. The speak er was a Persian woman, who had been reared in a Christian home in that country, and came to the United States in 1940. She gave a rather Richland Center \lr. and bor, Mich., the Mrs. S Mr. and Mr ie ek end id Mrs. Mr. in, who imunity, he was of his eceiving -tin Mn Mrs. and I r. and Jimmy a Verne Hoch Ann and son WE WANT TO REMIND YOU THAT WE ARE PREPARED TO MEET YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS. Fourth HEAD SCARES Exclusive Lines Pure wool Sure Wm. Egly of lied last Thu Mr. Gratz. Mr. And Mrs. Robert Marquart Sunday evening supper guests Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl at the home. Mr. called and Mrs. Otto Amstutz. ?d a owell of Kenneth enter and Mrs. Maynard Steiner Saturday afternoon on Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Strahm and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of Lima spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Basinger call ed Sund Basingei Dillman afternoon on Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Don were and Gratz of Mr. and Mrs. Jar iy dinner gues Leonard Gratz. and Mrs. Harvey Burkholder laughter Mary Jane and Mrs. Balmer were Sunday dinner 5 of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller Family. Evening callers were gue: and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steiner and son Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gerber spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Eisenbach of Pandora. J. R. Bowers passed away at the home of his daughter Mrs. Henry Green last Thursday. Funeral serv ices were Sunday at the Davis and Miller funeral home of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wingate of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larue and Mrs. Richard Leiber spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs neth Chidester and fai and daughter gue Kohler dinner the and ning at nencer Reed Hi onard vith Mr. and Mr CARD OF THAN ted and all tho: funeral flowers. Mrs. Edna Murray Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Palm Mr. and Mrs. Dari Hess Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murrav of an egg is water, leated water and I We have an Standard Poultry Kennedies that help. Highest prices paid for poultry. dried and treated for of wear am CHRISTMAS REMINDERS First Second Third OUR MERCHANDISE IS OF THE QUALITY THAT YOU WILL BE PROUD TO GIVE AS A GIFT. LARGE, GIV- STOCK YOU A TO OUR ING TION CHOICE. IS VARIED SELEC MAKE YOUR Sixth Kentucky Looms $1.98 to $4.98 e z in a n s “Tow n and Country” Rayon ....... $1.00 to $3.98 IN COMBINATION WINDOWS IT’S THE bination window knnot do the job or which it is Unless a con fits perfectly it of insulation intended. Compare Weat other combinat what makes it window on the ler-Seal with all an windows. See the best fitting gjSs? market today. sod :r.un, vood California Redw Phone 49611 Custom-Built All heart, fine California Red guaranteed again! ment openin perfect use of springs Each window tailored to the exact measure of 121 S. Elizabeth Street isinger Justin it., Bluffton 78-T 136 Thurman Phone Fifth: WE WANT CHRISTMAS PLEASURE, W: SHOP WITH FACTION. THE LARGEST LINE OF DRESS ES IN NORTHWEST OHIO. TO MAKE YOUR BUYING A REAL IRE YOU CAN EAfeE AND SATIS- “Strauss & Mu inches square, i Priced .... We will have y\y.lon Jloie [or ^our Christmas need! The l_apo Co THURSDA Y, NOV. 27. 1917 Eggs are going higher each week. Eighty-five per cent Supply your layers with clean, fresh watch them lay. “Everyday” waterer to fit your need. Jorg Hatchery Interlock The genuine interlock construction forms an airtight seal between the permanent frame and the interchangeable panels. Cold air, dirt and drafts just can’t get in. the window Built to fit without the extra strips, or gadgets. iln Lima, Ohio W. J. Reagan Beaverdam. Ohio Phone 175-472 THE PRICES ARE NOT PRO HIBITIVE, COMPARED WITH QUALITY. Jh j\'o Lnd Iler” Pure silk 45 dividually designed. $2.98 to $4.98 These scarfs are all exclusive patterns .. so you can have a scarf all your own.