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s 0 3 Bluff ton The Logical Market for your milk is The Page Dairy Co. —Sell— Your Milk to the Page Plant at Bluffton There are untold sound reasons for every milk producer who resides in the vicinity of Bluffton to ship his daily production to The Page Dairy Ct. plant at Bluffton shorter fiarm-to-plant hauls is just one reason the Page Dairy Co. record of consist ently paying the highest market price for milk is another may we buy your mijk, now? at your service: William Lahman Guy Carmean Fieldmen Harry Turner Manager The Page Dairy Co. Bluffton DANCE Round and Square Orchestra THIS Wednesday, Jan. 14th at 9:00 P. N 1 in Legion Hall Admission 5(c Sponsored by American Legion Post 382 gt't iha n 121 S. Elisabeth Street Phone 49611 Lima, Ohio Justin Basinger 136 Thurman St, Blufftoa Phone 378-T S 9 ihai qw&A WEATHER-SEAL A Positive Lock The first combination window ever designed WEATHER SEAL qnd every one of the millions of our combina tion windows since, were custom-built to FIT for a lifetime .tall Incorporating the genuine INTERLOCK principle. Wepther-Seal's gen uine Interlock forms an S-shaped tongue and groove, a positive lock against drafts, dirt, grime, Aist ... yet permits easy interchange ability I Homeowners looking for a weapon to m«et rising fuel costs will welcome the Weather-Seal wiedow insula- Hon program. The two way performance of Weather Seal's genuine'jlnterlock prevents dollar waste in home heating. For Free Estimate and Home Demonstration W. J. Reagan Beaverdam. Ohio Phone 175-471 Bluffton college will play Taylor university in the college gymnasium this Friday, with Bluffton High Pirates facing St. Marys at that place on the same night, in the only games of the week for both aggre gations. Taylor, leading the pack in the newly organized collegiate loop in which the Beavers are a member, will bring a fancy outfit here. Hailing from Upland, Ind., the Taylor outfit is composed of former high school stars from that state, and plays the universally recognized In diana style of basketball. Against St. Marys at that place Friday, the local high school squad will be seeking its third straight Western Buckeye league contest. So far, the Pirates are undefeated in their battle to retain possession of the loop title, won last winter when the locals were undefeated. To date, the Cotterman coached outfit has victories over Celina and Kenton. Other teams to be met in the league schedule include Bellefontaine, Van Wert, and Wapakoneta. Only the Cougars will be played away from home, following the St. Marys game. Independent League Games Wed., Jan. 7 Mt. Cory was a step nearer a tie for the leadership of the first round of league play as a result of their 40-27 win over Lafayette, last Wed nesday. The Green and White, while lead ing practically all of the way, could not build up a sizeable lead until the latter part of the game. Dave Anderson, rugged center, led Mt. Cory with 14 points while Bixel, a sharpshooting forward, was high for Lafayette with eleven. In the second game of the evening, the Bluffton Dunbricks took over un disputed possession of third place by defeating the Columbus Grove Merchants, 41-31. Deppler and W. Welty led Bluffton with 15 and 10 points while Tudor continued his excellent scoring rec ord with 17. In the third game the league lead ing Pandora Millers defeated their home town rivals, 49-28. Paced by their versatile forward, Etter, who poured in 27 points dur ing the game, the Millers had little trouble hanging up their fifth win against one loss Rich Baumgartner was high for the Pandora city team with seven. Tonight’s games wind up the first round with the spotlight on the Mt. Cory-Pandora game. Mt. Cory can tie for the league leadership by defeating Pandora as the present leader, Pandora Milling Co., is idle tonight. Tonight’s schedule matches the following teams: 7:30, Lafayette vs. Columbus Grove 8:15, Pandora vs. Mt. Cory 9:30, Bluffton Dunbrick vs. Bluffton Sportsmen. Games are played at the Bluffton College gym. Come down and spend a pleasant evening inexpensively. LOCAL AND HING DISTANCE HAULING Every Load Insured STAGER BROS. Bluffton, Ohio Kitchens Pla med at Basing er’s The kitchen of your dreams may become a reality soc ter than you\ expect! SOLD AT Furniture Store Basinger’s ears of Dependable Service 1 Forty-five Years of Otart yowr plctore- rrukinj right with depend able KodakFUm in the yal box—the film that tteta picture. Then send na th* expoaed rolls for expert 4eealnping end priatiat. SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO College Five Will Play Taylor U Here Friday Pirates At St Marys Rockport Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gratz and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook left the first of last week to spend several weeks sight seeing and visiting friends in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe of Bowling Green were Thursday eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marshall. Word was received here the latter part of the week of the death of Mrs. Wilton Cook of Detroit who passed away at her home in that city after more than a year’s illness. Funeral services were held in Detroit Mon* day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall attended the services. The School of Missions which is in progress at the Presbyterian church will meet again Sunday evening at 7:30. The book on world evangelism "Committed Unto Us,” by Willis Lamott is being used. You are cordial ly invited. Two changes are to be noted for the January meeting of the Profit and Pleasure Club—the hostess and the date. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Byron McDowell, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Guy May berry will give a paper on "Good Grooming” and Mrs. Veldean Martin will follow this with a talk and dem onstrations on how to look well groomed. The January meeting of the Friendly Neighbors club will be held in the home of Mrs. Howard John son, Thursday afternoon of next week. The program follows: Song Roll Call Paper, ‘‘Holiday Harvest,” Mrs. Wilbur Lentz Music, Mrs. E. E. Freet Paper, Mrs. Frank Hail Song Special Feature Making Your Will, Mrs. William Reichenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mayberry are moving from the J. O. Cupp farm to the Kalb farm recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter who have established a residence in Char don where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Campbell were Tuesday eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Westenbarger of Columbus Grove were Sunday din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and daughter Joan. Relatives here received word of the death of Mrs. Stella Gardner, of Huntsville, which occured at the home of her daughter, Helen, in Mishawa ka, Ind., last Friday. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in Hunts ville. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Helen Rimer of Mishawaka and Mrs. Harva McCormick of Huntsville. Those from here who attended the funeral services were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg, Mr. and Mrs. William Cupp, Mrs. Walter Cupp, Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Van Meter, Mr. Harley Van NOTICE OF 1 PPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHJ Allen County, ss. Estate of Peter Sc inegg, Deceased. Leonard Stager of 3 0 No. Main St., Bluff- 'ton, Ohio, has t*on i as Administrator of Schnegg late of Allen Tract No. 2: Situated County of wit: ppointed and qualified the estate of Peter bounty, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 3rd day Raymond Probate Judge i-1 1 “Being al! [th the plan !the size of binets that e may make id at surpris erge for thia Let us help you v ning. When we kno Kitchenaider and best suit your needs quick delivery ... a ing low prices! No service! Come in tod December. 1947. P. Smith I I 39 I EGAL NOTICE* Marilyn Neely, a years of 561 Madison Jersey, and Lawrenc the age 14 years of Elizabeth, New Jersey Robert M. Neely, adm of Jessie M. Neely, day of December, 194 the Probate Court, v County of Alien and that demand has been of the beneficiaries oi that he proceed to file of all real estate owi the time of his death M. Neely died seized following described res County of Allen and I Tract No. 1:— "Inlot number nor of the age of 15 Lvenue, Elizabeth New Neely, a minor of 561 Madison Avenue, will take notice that nistrator of the estate leceased, on the 22nd filed his petition in ithin in and for the state of Ohio, alleging made upon him by all said decedent’s estate an action for the sale ed by the decedent at that the said Jessie in fee simple of the estate, situated in the tate of Ohio, to-wit:— Twenty-two Hundred by’s Sub-division to the »n County, Ohio. The lid premises is number tabet-h Street, in the Fifty (2250) in Kil City of Lima, Al dwelling house on ed 728 South El City of Lima. Ohi 'ownship of American, id State of Ohio, to- tart of the northeast west quarter of Sec ’-two (22) of Town ith, Range Six (6) nship, Allen of the Pitt ■ago Railroad quarter of ti tion number ship Three East. Ame-ie Ohio, which Ft. Wayne of-way.” “Also, a s west quarter said Section number ing between the hal angling road which west corner of lot Horner’s Tract and with an angle of sai west corner of the the southeast quart® Section, Township a lying south of the afo of-way, seven (37) acre® of I excepting one-hundred (148) feet in width no the south side of th premises. The premises contains thirty-two (32 more or less." •V?i’ Jounty, ■burgh, right- 3) S To ,d North- ip o th land, in the southeast quarter of twenty-two (22) ly section line and an ins at the south ber Ten (10) in running southwest road, to the south rthwest quarter of of the aforesaid Range, and all id railroad right- and containing in all thirty d, more or less, and forty-eight and south off of above described hereby conveyed acres of land. e East half of Section Twenty ree (3) South, lying south of Also all tha't part of the Northwest quarter o two (22), in Township of Range Six (6) East, the right-of-way Railroad, being a tria land, bounded and descri Commencing at the sout the said East half ter and running West line of said the southwest line said Pennsylvania southeasterly direction. west line of said right-of to a point thence West along the South line of said East half, 642 feet to the place of beginning, containing two and eight tenths (2.8) acres of land, more or les*. Said three tracts are located on the West side of a private road extending south from the Lima-Delphos Road across the Pennsylvania Railroad to and along the above described tracts. The prayer of said Petition is that the Court may order said real estate sold in ac cordance with the iaw. The perrons first above mentioned will further take notice that thev have been made parties defendant to said Petition and that they are required to answer the same on or before th* 28th day of February, 1948. Robert M. Neely. Administrator of the Estate of Jessie M. Neely, de ceased. Oren E. Diekaeon and John H. Ro mey, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 42 Meter, Mrs. John Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter of Pan dora and Mr. Harry Maple of Co lumbus Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mayberry and daughter Rose Leigh were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stover, near Kalida. Mr. land Mrs. Harvey Sylvester and family of Ft. Wayne, Ind., were Sun day dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Syl vester and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huber and family. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. David Sylvester of Findlay. The WSCS of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday after noon for their regular meeting with several District officers from Lima as the speakers. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Price, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Basinger, Col. Grove Misses Lorraine Price, Carrie Smith and May- Foley and Glenn Price of Findlay. News classified ads. Where buyer and seller meet. ■will be received by the of Public Affairs of the i, Ohio, at the office of Village of Bluffton. Ohio, Contract No. 6 The furnishing of all labor, materials, aparatus and expendable tools and equip ment and al) 4ther services required for the construction of an addition to the power plant building of the generating Station of the Municipal Electric Energy Plant of the Village of Bluffton, Ohio. The Board of Trustees of Public Affairs will proceed, without delay, to award a contract for the work to the lowest and best bidder pn work, materials, equip ment and apparatus conforming to 'the speci fications, the Boprd of Trustees of Public Affairs expressly Preserving the right to re ject any or all blds and to waive informal ities. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS i* FOR MENT OF THE Eastern Standard Time, on the 27th day) of January, 1948, and at that time will lip publicly opened and read aloud, for the following described construc tion entering info an improvement of the Municipal Electra Energy Plant of the Vil lage of Bluffton, Ohio:unnecessary TFRIC ENERGY PLANT i* BLUFFTON. OHIO Each bid must be accompanied by a bond executed by the bitiler and a surety company, which surety company shall be licensed to do business in the State of Ohio, in an amount not less than ten |0) per cent of the aggre gate amount of th® bid or proposal or the bidder may deposit with the Board of Trust ees of Public Affairs, in lieu of such bond, a certified check on, a solvent bank, payable to the Treasurer of 'the Village of Bluffton, Ohio, equal in amount to the amount re quired in such bond. Said bond, or certified check, is required as a guarantee that should the said bid or proposal be accepted by the Board of Trustees of Public Affairs, the bidder will, within ten (10) days from the time he shall have been notified of the ac ceptance of the same, enter into contract with the Village of Bluffton. Ohio, for the equipment, aparatus, materials and work bid upon and give bond in the full amount of the contract price, with surety to be approved by the Board of Trustees of Public Affairs, insuring the faithful completion of th® con tract. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days from the scheduled closing time for receiving bids. Copies of specifications and contract doc uments are on file In the office of the Engineers, Emery, Marker and Emery, 510 The Toledo Trust Building, Toledo, Ohio, and in the office of the clerk of the Board of Trustees of Public Affairs, at Bluffton, Ohio, where they are available for inspection by prospective bidders and where they may be obtained upon deposit for ten dollars ($10.00) for each set, which amount will be refunded upon return of the specifications in good order within ten (10) days after date of receiving bids. By direction of the Board of Trustees of Public Affairs. Village of Bluffton, Ohio. C. R. 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There’s one made for your special kind of STEINER CHEVROLET SALES BLUFFTON, OHIO THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1948 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Citizens National Bank OF BLUFFTON, IN THE STATE OF OHIO, AT THE BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, 1947. PUBLISHED IN TO A CALL MADE BY THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, i UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ■$ 766,107.95 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,785,425.52 Obligations of States and political subdivisions-------------------- 273,544.67 Other bonds, notes and debentures 166,508.51 Corporate stocks (including $6,000.00 stock of Federal Loans and discounts (including $8.37 overdrafts) 669,762.52 Bank premises owned $11,700.00, furniture & fixtures $2,000.00 13,700.00 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1,677,884.25 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations.. 1,456,735.68 Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... _____ 195,174.76 Other deposits (certified and cashier’s checks, etc.) 68,416.28 Js ____ _________________ $3,398,210.97 ies __________________________ ______ $3,398,210.97 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ion stock, total par__________ _______ $ 100,000.00 .................................. 125,000.00 Undivided profits ........................ 47,838.20 Reserves ..........j ........................................ 10,000.00 I Accounts ________ ____ __ ___________ 282,838.20 and Capital Accounts _______________ $3,681,049.17 MEMORANDUM signed to secure liabilities and for other ............................... $ 210,000 00 y of Allen, ss: cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear nent is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 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