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Couple Is Married In Lima Ceremony Wedding of Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ha begger, residing west of Bluffton to Paul Goes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goes of Lima took place in a double ring ceremony at 10:30 m., Saturday, January 1 i in the rectory of St. Rose Catholic church in Lima with Rev. Msgr. James Elder officiating. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goes, brother and sis ter-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride wore a beige suit with brown accessories. Her flowers were yellow roses. The matron of honor was attired in an aqua suit with black accessories and had a shoulder corsage of pink roses. Following the ceremony a dinner for the immediate families were served at the Barr hotel, Lima. After a southern trip the couple The bride, a graduate of Blufft bus Coal Notice Kentucky, Virginia and Ohio Quality Coal. Also Conco Stokers In stalled complete with Con trols. Automatic Heat Controls for any type hand-fired heating plant. Torrid Air Room Stoves, Buckeye Magazine heaters, Barometric draft controls, and non-spill stoker coal shovels. We expect to crush and oil-treat our own stoker coal when oil treatment ap paratus arrives. Leave orders early. First come, first served. Howard Stager Coal Yard on A. C. & Y.^L R North Main Straj Office phone 265*B Residence phone 354^|K» Cupid can't miss with ammunition like this —shirts, ties, sport shirts, pajamas and socks* aimed straight and true at the man who cares! Colors and styles fresh as a new romance, Van Hensen quality that stay.* faithful until the end because it’s laboratory checked, laundry tested. Selections are not quite as complete as we’d like them to be, but you’ll still have fun selecting! Couple Is Married In College Chapel Miss Alice Locher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Locher of Pan dora, and Gordon Neuenschwander, son of Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Neuen schwander, Quakertown, Pa., were married in a lovely ceremony at 4:30 Saturday afternoon in the Ramseyer Chapel of Bluffton College where both had been students. The groom’s father married the couple, using the double ring ceremony. The chapel was simply decorated with palms and white flowers. A half hour of music was presented by Claren Sommer, organist, and Miss Freda Yoder, vocalist. Mr. Sommer, who used the traditional wedding marches, also played “Caprice Ven noise” by Kreisler, “To A Wild Rose” and “The Love Theme From Romeo and Juliet.” “At Dawning” and “Through the Years” were sung by Miss Yoder. During the services “Oh Perfect Love” and “Still, Still in Thee” were softly played. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory satin gown made by her mother, styled with lace yoke, and finger tip veil. She carried a white Testament tied with a white orchid and trailing daisies. Miss Eula Locher, sister of the bride was maid of honor and wore a wine taffeta gown with full skirt, bateau neckline and matching mitts. Miss Agnes Suter, bridesmaid, was dressed in an identically fashioned gown of rose taffeta. Both attend ants carried colonial bouquets of Robert Neuenschwander, New York Citv. was best man for his brother. Ushers were Richard Berky, Bluff ton. Arden Ramseyer, Smithville, and Dale Schavley, Quakertown, Pa. The bride’s mother wore a gray crepe dress and the groom’s mother was dressed in blue. Pink rose corsages were worn by both. Following the ceremony guests were received at the Chapel entrance. Later a reception for the immediate families and close friends was held at the home of the bride’s parents. As the couple left on a short wed ding trip, the bride was attractively dressed in a wine gabardine suit with orchid corsage. The bride who graduated from Pandora High school completed Mr work at Bluffton College this month. She was a popular senior and had been 1947 Homecoming Queen. Mr. Neuenschwander served in the army and attended Bluffton Col lege two years. In February he will enroll as a pre-law student at Cleve land College, Western Reserve Uni versity. After February 1, Mr. and Mrs. Neuenschwander will be at home at 3185 Sycamore Drive, Cleveland Heights. isr GEIGER AND DILLER Valentine Gifts for Men Bluffton, Ohio Evangelist Rev. D. D. Corl, who will conduct a series of evangelistic services at Pleasant View Evangelical United Brethren church from February 8 to 22. Rev. Walter Purdy, pastor of the church will be in charge of devotions and Mrs. Oren Doty will direct the music. Services will be held nightly at 7:45 o’clock. THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO Infantry Chorus Coming de Paur’s Infantry Chorus, a negro choral group of 35 veterans billed as the finest musical attraction to come out of World War II which will appear at the high school gymnasium on Wednesday night, Feb. 4 at 8 o’clock under auspices of Bluffton college. Library's Tax Share In 1948 Set At 84,000 Bluffton public library will receive $4,000 and the village corporation $400 in the distribution of $106,800 representing anticipated 1948 classi fied tax receipts in budget alloca tions made last week by the Allen county commissioners. Baverdam’s share will be $300, and Lafaytte will receive the same amount, according to the budget schedule of distribution. Bluffton To Get $163 In Sales Tax Bluffton village will receive $163.93 as its share of the first 1948 sales tax distribution, it was announced last week by Allen Russell L. Hire. Other allotments erdam, $29.75, and The county’s share and townships will shirts sport shirts ties pajamas Ip County Auditor included: Beav Lafayette, $32.30. will be $4,238.08, receive $941.80. Ohio farmers reading reports of the use of 2,4-D to kill weeds in small grains should remember that cash grain areas frequently have a much greater weed problem than Ohio does. $125,000 Suit In Jerome Wise Death Suit for $125,000 was brought against Howard Sarber, Inc., Lansing, Mich., in Toledo federal court last week by Charles Hardwick, of Find lay, administrator of the estate of Jerome Wise, who died following a truck-auto collision near Perrysburg, Nov. 21, 1946. Wise, a native of Bluffton, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wise, of Lima. Hardwick also is a Bluffton native and brother-in-law of Jerome Wise. The action charges carelessness by Howard Sarber Inc. contributed to the collesion. 100,000 Lbs. Of Milk By 14-Year-Old Cow Revolution Blyth Queen, 14-year old Jersey cow owmed by Harry Pat terson, Lafayette, has a lifetime producing record of 100,000 pounds of five per cent milk, it was an nounced this week. Milk produced during that time contained 5,100 pounds of butterfat. The cow has been on test except the first six months of her life by the Allen County Dairy Service co operative. Over the 14-year period the cow’ had 11 calves, and soon will be fresh with the 12th calf. Four of her daughters in Patterson’s herd aver aged on a 305-day test 8,938 pounds of milk that tested 4.93 or 430 pounds of butterfat. Lutterbein Seeks Post As Sheriff A. J. Lutterbein, Monroe township farmer and former deputy sheriff, last Friday announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for sheriff in the May 4 primary. Lutterbein also served as Allen county game protector for two and one-half years. There are three announced candi cates for the Republican nomination for sheriff: Sheriff William R. Dai ley, incumbent Dewey Miller, of Lima, and Clifford D. Heller, of Harrod. Roof Fire is Fourth Alarm In 10 Days Answering their fourth fire alarm in 10 days, Bluffton volunteer fire men last Friday afternoon ex tinguished a roof blaze at the home of Francis Moser on Thursman street. roof suffered considerable in the fire, but there was ss reported. The fire was at 3:15 p. m. The damage no other discovered A short stall or a high door sill stable may of mastitis in the cow of a case herd, and the disease after given a start. be the cause in the dairy is contagious which heeps by reacting temperature blanket itself temperature^ or warm can't get tube which cut* Special .,-aily, in automatwaUyj -ul condition. Your to the Nth degree. safety plus See foefay Birthday Party Wilma Jean Jorg was honored with a party on her eleventh birth day at her home on Cherry street, Friday afternoon. Present at the occasion were Marian Gierman, Paul Jorg, Mrs. Adel la Oyer the Fifth grade teacher and twenty-seven girls of the Fifth grade: Anita Klassen, Joyce Diller, Dorothy Stratton, Janet Criblez, Bar bara Schumacher, Patty Gaiffe, El len Balmer, Norma Jean Clark, Sally Hilty, Lois Amstutz, Sandra Berry, Jeanine Courtenay, Nora Preto, Nancy Joseph, Irlene Gierman, Mary belle Clark, Marie Moser, Sue Mont gomery, Jane Fisher, Mary Ann Bad ertscher, Janice Skidmore, Dawn Triplehorn, JoAnn Hursey, Shirley C. D. BAME, associate Residence 423-W Fl In Bw HB UfO-LIAMSON Houses Farms Business Properties to fill the de mands of our large list of cash buyers. We do not charge for/appraisal- NEW TRIH-IFE ALL-FUEL FURNACE Monthly Payments To Suit Siiniiiiiiis ElMi'onic Blanket Now on display—the amazing new way to better sleep—the Simmons Electronic Blanket! 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