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THURSDAY, FEB. 5, 1948
Racking up their 11th victory in 15 starts, Bluffton High’s scrappy cagers came up with their usual last-half rally at Ada last Friday night, and bested the Bulldogs by a score of 44 to 37. Earlier in the season, the Pirates had edged Ada, 38 to 37, on the Bluffton court, and the Cotterman coached outfit looked stronger last week in winning by seven points on a foreign court. The Pirates led at the quarter last Friday, 11 to 8, but Ada had a 23 to 21 advantage at halftime. In the third stanza, however, the Bluffton Pirate Cagers Win 11th In Topping Ada For Second Time, 44-37 Score Hogs BUCKEYE RE Phone I will sell at public auction on the premises, located three miles east of Arlington, or two miles west of Mt. Blanchard on Route 103, pn Saturday, February 7, 1948 Commencing- at 12:00 Noon 27 HEAD OF CATTLE 27 Herd consists of 10 Jersey cows, one Guernsey and two Holsteins. These cows are young, mostly second- and third calf cows, which are either fresh or are close-up springers. Have three Jersey and two I Holstein heifers, all bred to freshen in spring. These heifers are sired by association bulls and all are bred artificially. All the above mentioned are T. B. and Bang’s tested, ahd are bred artificially. Have eight exceptionally well-bred open yearling Jersey heifers— five of these are sired by a bub from the Luther A. Grieser herd, and three are sired by Tiffin association bulls. One Guernsey bull, serviceable agejowned by Floyd Crowe. MACHINERY One four-wheeled standard Silver King tractor with mounted buck rake, built by AfcHaffin of Bloomdale rake runs on its own wheels, new in June, 1946. One B. N. Farmall tractor cultivators, and power lift corn-planter to fit B. N. Both tractors are in excellent shape. Heavy, duty wagon with dual tires, 18-f^ot box have hauled better than seven tons on wagon. A\ C. combine with motor. New Idea tractor manure spreader, on rubber, like new. Straw blower, in good conditions Mc-Deering heavy duty disc New Idea side-delivery ntw nine-foot cultipacker Little Genius 14-inch plow on rudber Lantz coulters plow under fertilizer attachment to fit UJttle Genius 12" or 14" plow 18 ft. all-steel spike-tootll harrow three-section spring-tooth harrow 8 ft. trailer! one I. H. C. push bar hay loader Stan hydraulic hoist, Ave ton capactity buzz saw, will fit any row crop tractor.! POULTRY EQUIPMENT—Ona 10'X 12' brooder house, like new one 12"X36" brooder coci) three 1O'X12' sun porches for chickens or turkeys three 500-chick size elec tric brooders large number of waterdrs and feeders three 80-gallon hog fountains. DAIRY EQUIPMENT—Two-unit! Surge milker, in cludes vacuum pump two single wash tubs a 10-gallon water tank heater one four-can StanleV electric milk cool er, used eight months this is a spray type cooler one milk cart. A MISCELLANEOUS—One Stewart\Clipmaster, new One small compressor and paint sprayer power emery 40-foot endless six-inch belt 1/3-horse eledtric motor 1,000 pound all-steel scales set of work harness 200 feet of one-inch pipe 20 rods of poultry fence several other small articles. GRAIN AND FEED—Fifty bushels Clinton seed oats, cleaned approximately 700 bushels corn six tons mixed hay baled straw. HOUSEHOLD GOODS One Grand table-top gas range, like naw one small gas heater two kneehole desks dinette suite—table, chairs and buffet one bedroom suite, complete one floor light one bridge light one table-tip gas range (Grand) three cane-bottom chairs one four-poster single bed, complete one bridge light one table-top gas range (Grand) three library table several stands other household articles. crew tallied 11 points to Ada’s nine, and then vrent on to gradually widen the margin that eventually gave them the victory. Keith Moore, with 12 points, set the Bluffton scoring pace, closely fol lowed by Howe and Wilch, each of whom had 10 tallies. Bluffton had 17 field goals to 16 for Ada, and outclassed their foes at the free throw line, 10 to five. In the preliminary Bluffton re serves won an easy victory from Ada seconds by a score of 33 to 21. The Pirate understudies led at the quarters: 8 to 1 17 to 9, and 25 $21 ,!for Horses $23 for Cows rding to size and condition. ecording to size and condition. Youthful charm and beauty are either the aim*or the envy—of every woman .. just as the aim of those who have beauty—is to retain it info the advancing years. Vitamins are just as essential in the diet as fats, proteins or carbohydrates, and if lacking—vibrant health takes a downward trend. VITA VIM FORTIFIED CAPSULES contain vitamins A—the Complex factors—C-D-O with yeast and iron .. aH of the essential vitamins for health, growth and development sold at Nyal Stares only! A. Fiaucnstoiii & Sen 'UCTION COMPANY, Findlav, Ohio IAIN 475 Collect Terms—Cash. No goods to be removed until settle ment is made. Lunch served by Friendship Grange. REX BRINKMAN, Owner Walter Brothers, Auctioneers Floyd Tippin, Clerk to 13. Bauman chalked up 11 points Balmer and Burkholder each had seven Schmidt got five, and Garmatter three. The varsity box score: Bluffton Bracy, f. _____ —...._.......2 2 6 Moore, f. ______ ______ 6 0 12 Howe, c._____________.4 2 10 Burcky, g. ___________ 1 1 3 Herr, g. i 31 Jo Mb 1 3 Wilch, g___ ____ ______3 4 10 Totals _______ ....... ....17 10 44 Ada __________ _____ 16 5 37 Birthday Surprise Through the efforts of Misses Bernice Zimmerman and Treva Geiger, Miss Lorena Hochstettler was pleasantly surprised last Friday evening at a Birthday Party. The following friends and relatives gathered to celebrate the occasion: Misses Verna Keifer, Frieda Lugi bihl, Marie and Ruth Irene Diller, Alice Oyer, Treva and Wava Geiger, Bernice Zimmerman, Mary Schey, Phyllis Hardwick, Lois Harris, June and Wanda Hochstettler, Emma Marie Hochstettler. Mesdames Christine Harris, Glen na Marquart and Lucille Hochstet tler. Contests were enjoyed during the evening. Prizes were won by Phyllis Hardwick and Wava Geiger. A scrap book was made for the honored guest, who also received many lovely gifts. Ice cream and cake were served by the hostess, Miss Marie Iinbach, assisted by Mrs. Alma Mellinger and Mrs. Esther Hochstettler. Chlorine from salt is used by ani mals in the manufacture of hydro chloric acid used in digestion. Feed grains and roughage do not contain enough chlorine so salt must be ad ded to livestock rations or be sup plied regularly in some other man ner. Ohio farmers who want to employ workers from out of the state in 1948 must contact the Ohio Employ ment Service or make direct arrange mnts with workers as individual or group employers. The Emergency Farm Labor Office as part of the Ohio Agricultural Extension Service was a wartime measure which has been terminated. •«1 ■i I. QwwAljr PERFECTION STOVES and PARTS OIL STOVES and Basinger’s Furniture Store Spendable Forty-five years of Service 'VITAMIN BOOSTfOR BIRD. Fortified 1 with Concentrated Sprint Raige Give your Hens a Vitamin Boost for High Hatches and Steady Laying Here’s an easy way to help build up breeders without disturbing your present feeding program. Just sprinkle a few Ful-O-Pep Super Greens Pellets on the mash to give hens an extra vitamin boost. Con centrated Spring Range, plus other vitamin-rich sources in Super Greens Pellets, helps hens produce sound hatching eggs, strong livable chicks. Also builds resistance to disease and colds. See us today for your supply. Amstutz Hatchery Bluffton, Ohio THE BLUFFTON NEWS^BLUFFTON, OHIO The effect of Gandhi’s assassina tion "... will be a swing from non-resistance to a more pronounced use of police and military force,” is the opinion of Rev. Samuel T. Moy er of Bluffton College Bible depart ment. Rev. Moyer, a missionary among the people of India for 21 years, is an authority on Indian life and has seen the present conditions of that land evolve. Although lately on the decline, Gandhi's power was based on mysti cism and shrewd political maneuver ing in an around the wealth and in fluential parties. Warned by the English that he was unleashing forces he knew nothing of, neverthe less promoted lawlessness by his anti Donkey basketball, a new attrac tion for Bluffton sports followers, will be presented as a benefit fea ture of the Bluffton American Le gion post at 8 p. m. Friday in the Bluffton High gym. Local basketball players astride specially trained donkeys will par ticipate in the game. Regular basketball rules will be followed, ex cept all players must throws balls and shoot for goals while on the donkeys. Teams will be made up of mem bers of the Saddle club and the Le gion and are as follows: Saddle Club—Woodrow Herr, Al Basinger, Jim Lewis, Al Ingalls and Jim Martin. Legion—Dick Rockey, Mike Reag an, Bud Newlin, Homer Welty, Frank Beach and James Benroth. Most of the businessmen preferred college graduates, according to the poll, and almost all stressed previous experience in many varied jobs be fore going into the personnel field. Some of the executives maintained that techniques can be learned quick ly and that a broad, liberal arts program is best. Typical of these responses were the following: "We prefer an A. B. or B. S. student with some prior work ex perience rather than one wTho has concentrated on personnel courses. "We are not so much concerned with what formal schooling the man has had, but we are concerned about the type of person he is—his char acter, industriousness and stability. "It has always seemed to us that qualities such as integrity, poise, and the abiltiy to get along with people, which are not produced from books, are the more important “Recommend shop work during vacations to learn first-hand prob lems.” Other executives emphasized the study of law by case history to develop analytical powers, the study of "human relations,” and sociology. Subscribe to the Bluffton News, $2.00 per year. 1==^------ Alodern Beauty lit Ml u Death Of Gandhi To Change Policy In India, Says Former Missionary Donkey Baseball Game Here This Friday As American Legion Benefit Human Relations, Speech Training Vital Say Business Men In Recent Poll America’s business leaders of to day want their employees well train ed in human relations and public speaking, according to a recent na tional poll by Donald S. Parks, professor of personnel management at the University of Toledo. Fifty six national and 28 local businessmen ranked the subjects of psychology and speech training over all other courses for college men expecting to enter any phase of personnel "work. The 84 executives ranked courses in personal manage ment, economics, labor legislation and labor problems -behind the two leaders. dll di dll «ii steel in in in in dii 111 dii di! d« d«i Fl.xib!. slab wHh nrrf. proofed baked enemet finish make these blinds e low cost Investment in comfort and beauty that will last as long as your house. For informa tion and service, Phone Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-five Years of Dependable Service Nehru government will have to combat, Moyer believes. Nehru is the most likely leader to carry out governmental affairs when the Eng lish complete their withdrawal from India. ’s quieting unleashed on-resistance pol ■r rought dhi The lawlessness the anti British will have to b« 1'he present attil formed indenend Communism. In five ye, will very likely be just god of the masses,” Rev. The mounts used are Santa Fe bred burros wearing special custom made shoes with soles of compressed rubber. The donkeys will arrive by truck the afternoon of the game and will be paraded through the business district prior to the tilt. Each donkey has its own char acteristics, and have been named after famous personalities. Gypsy Rose Lee, for example, won’t keep anything on, not even good ball players Frank Sinatra is the name given the biggest Hee-Haw in the group, etc., according to Hattiemae Dancy, the counselor who is working here with the Legion in sponsoring the project. Honorable Mayor Baker will throw in the bull to start the tilt. Proceeds from the event will be used for American Legion activities. Here, There, and Everywhere Richard Lenhart, son of Rev and Mrs. A. Seth Lenhart, Rawson, por trayed the part of Paddy Clancy in Mrs. Zola Gibbs, who underwent a major operation at Memorial Hos pital, Lima, was returned to her son’s home near Rawson, last week. Th Mrs. Henry taken to th Friday 1 hospital John underwe Blufftor jf Bluff! Mr. and Cor purchased a property from Mrs. Charles Brenner in Mt. located on Main St. It was the for Jim Reninger prope William Longbraki Turner of Mt. winter in Florid Mrs. Ch -, w? at tl COATS MOTOR SALES An Evening .of Francis Hittie, 1st tenor Roy K Earl Hittie. baritone Edw. L. Glenn Hartzell, piani LIMA, OHIO IS NOW PRESENTING THIS SPECIALTY IN USED CARS’ 1947 Chevrolet Aero Sedan in black 1946 Chrysler Royal Four Dr. in blue 1947 Pontiac Convertible Uoupe in green 1947 Ford (Tub Coupe in black with heater 1947 Buick Four Dr. Sedan in blue 1947 Ford Four Dr. Super Dlx. in maroon 1917 Ford Two Dr. Super Dlx. in black 1947 Ford Sportsman’s Convertible Coupe 1946 Buick Sedanette in black with radio 1946 Plymouth Four Dr. $edan in gray 1946 Ford Two Dr. Super Dlx. in gray 1946 Dodge ‘/z Ton Pick-up Truck 1942 Olds Four Dr. Sedan in green 1942 Chevrolet Aero Sedan in green 1942 Chevrolet Aero Sedan in two tone brown 1942 Studebaker Champion in green 1942 Dodge Convertible Coupe in red 1941 Buick Four Dr. Sedan in green 1941 Nash Four Dr. Sedan in blue 1941 Chevrolet Town Sedan in maroon 1941 Olds Club Sedan in black 1940 Hudson Two Dr. in black 1940 Olds Club Coupe in black 1940 Olds Coupe in black 1940 Chevrolet Town Sedan in maroon 1940 Chevrolet Town Sedan in green 1939 Studebaker Champion Coupe in green 1939 Buick Four Dr. Sedan in black 1939 Dodge Two Dr. Sedan in blue 1939 Olds Two Dr. in blue 1937 Chevrolet Coupe Jin black 1937 Chevrolet Two Dr. in gray 1936 Terreplane Two Door 1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan in gray 1935 Plymouth Four Dr. in black 1933 Chevrolet Two Dr. in black 1937 Studebaker Four Dr. in black One Of The Widest Selections Of Used Cars In This Territory fun Frolic Laughter Presented to the Members aild Friends of Farmers Grain Ce. Wednesday Night, Feb. 11 High School Auditorium, 7:30 M. ster, 2nd tenor Schwartz. bass Greenville Giieanis Cuartcttc which made a smash hit here ?ast y*ar are again presenting a Full Evening of Music and Fun This popular quartet of Harmon Ticklers filled 110 successful engager of familiar songs—some old, seme n This program will be augmented by Two of the Funniest Men in the business—one weighing 310 lbs, and the other 41 lbs. Come and bring your friends—don’t miss it—it’s free. It’s our party—and there’s no admission. Sponsored by: The Farmers Grain Co. Bluffton, Ohio PAGE NINE The Farmer’s Institute held in Mt. closed a successful two day ig Wednesday afternoon. Makers and Funny Bone tents in 1947, in a program |w.