Photo finishing, films, photo
Phone 168-W I Bluffton
Kitchens Planned at
The kitchen of your dreams may
become a reality sooner than you,
Let us help yon with the plan
ning. When we know the size of
Kitchenaider and cabinets that
best suit your needs we may make
quick delivery ... and at surpris
ing low prices! No charge for this
service! Come in today.
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-five Years of Dependable
$1.50 and $2.00 per Basket
Augsburgcr fruit farm
2 miles south of Bluffton
52 Gallon Electric Water Heater
by Hot Point
Latest type circular Calrod Heating units
$149.50 value. Oqe only this week
Phone 266-W 144 N. Jackson
14 pairs curtains, 4 eloth door blinds, bed, fuel oil
stove, coal stove, washing rhachine, stand, sewing machine,
3 rugs, rug and pad 9 by 12, rug 11 by 11-6, dresser, baby
buggy, library table, livingroom suite, tilt-back chair and
The WSWS and LAS of the Lil
Chapel church will
C. E. Klingler, Thurso
Mr. and Mrs. Mot•ris Crib lez and
son called Friday ex•e at thB I.rvin
Mrs. Mary Friedly and Mr
ence Hilty called on Mrs Ethel
Dearth, Sunday p. n
Mr. and Mrs. Vic:tor Moser
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lysie Mc
Carty and son, Mr. and Mr‘S.
Schaffer and Jimmy Fox called Sun
day p. m. and eve at the Ervin Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingler and
son Keith and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Klingler were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins, Jr.,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO
Alien County, s».
Estate of Emma Huber, deceased.
Earl C. Huber of Ada, Ohio, has been ap
pointed and qualified as Administrator of the
estate of Emma Huber late of Allen County
Dated this 16th day of February 1948.
Raymond P- Smith, Probate Judge 47
In th® Common Pleas Court of Allen County,
Arthur Clay, Plaintiff, vs. Susie Mae Clay,
The defendant, Susie Mae Clay, whose place
of residence is Rural Rout® 1, Box 45A, Vida,
Alabama, will take notice that Arthur Clay
has filed in said court an action against her
for divorce on the grounds of gross neglect
of duty and extreme cruelty, and for equitable
relief. Said cause will be for hearing on and
after six weeks from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: on and
after the 26th day of March, 1948.
By I. B. Steel*, his attorney 48
ottoman, 3-in-l chair, coffee table, 2 end tables, kitchen
table. 4 chairs, refrigerator, davenport, day bed, 2-hole I
hot plate, sweeper.
1 mile south and 1% miles east of Arlington
Sale For A Limited Time Only
Save As Much As Ten ($10) Dollars
Reg. $2.95 Pyrex Colored Bowl Sets................now $ 1.95
Reg. $2.45 Pyrex Matched Sets............................now $ 1.75
Reg. $1.45 8 Pc. Casserole & Bake Set................now $ 1.00
Reg. $ .40 Pyrex Pie Plate..........••.....................now $ .30
Reg. $41.95 Universal Elec. Blanket....................now $31.95
Reg. $12.01 G. E. Elec. Blanket............................now $32.01
TABLE LAMPS—Fine Selections...........................$2.00 Off
Reg. $9.75 Bird Linoleum Rug 9X12.................now $ 8.75
Reg. $8 50 Economy Linoleum Rug 9X12. .. .. .now $ 7.50
S20.00 TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
on Your Old Washer on a New
HOTPOINT or THOR Washer
Ilh nbcrp Brothers
Hotpoint Sales & Service
105 South Main Phone 255-T
Paul Emmert \j
Plumbing & Heating
.. I 1
ENOU&H F/5H IN THE
LAST !4 YEARS TO
MAKE A DOU&LE LINE''
HEAD 70 TA!L~~ACROSS
THE UNITED STATES-
The Mt. Cory F. H. A. met Thurs
day in the high school. Mary William
son presided and Mrs. Geary, club ad
viser, led the discussion on the second
degree which will be given at the
county F. H. A. meeting in Arcadia,
J. A. Naylor of Mt. Cory, who was
recently taken to Bluffton hospital,
is in fair condition.
The W. C. T. U. of Mt. Cory met
recently in the home of Mrs. Fred
Moyer, with Mrs. William Harkness
in charge. Refreshments were served
following the business meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber called
on Mrs. Dan Shehan and family at
Mt. Cory, Friday.
The Hauenstein Bakery will soon
be ready for business. Mr. and Mrs.
Hauenstein now reside in Rawson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Murray of
Bluffton are in the same ward at
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Under onio stiles
As TOLD BY It* CONSERVATION DIVISION
are 500 lakes and
PONDS IN OHIO OPEN TO
THESE LAKES HOLD
BB.OOO ACRES OF WATER.
fak DEPEND ON
ARE ON THE
FIRST DAY AFTER
WITH A MINIMUM
Here, There, and
11,000 MiLES of
STREAMS ZV THE STATE
FLOODS AND DROUGHTS
7. ARE REAL PROBLEMS
g\ IN STREAM MANAGEMENT
MOSSES IS ONE
OF THE (24G
Bluffton hospital. Mrs. Murray has
been a patient there for nearly a year.
The gas station at the comer of
Route 25 and Rawson which was
recently destroyed by fire will be re
built by Clark Frazer.
Mrs. Dora Meyer, 59, wife of Aaron
Meyer of Fostoria, died at Fremont
Memorial hospital following surgery.
She was the daughter of Samuel and
Sally Ann (Huber) Swaney, south of
Application of 100 pounds of 8-8-4
fertilizer for ever y acre of water
will help the ownc:rs produce more
fish and less green _scum in farm
ponds. Fertilizer Icoops down water
weed growth by pireducing so many
minute algae that they darken the
water enough so the weeds do not
thrive. Algae arc1 good food for
bluegills or other small fish so the
rate of growth of fish is rapid in
Tri-County Union Evangelistic
The Citizen’s Band is planning its
annual excursion to Cedar Point.
The special train will leave Tues
day, August 8.
Thirty fresh air children from
Cleveland are expected to arrive at
Pandora soon to be guests of the
good citizens there.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frizzel are
packing their household goods and
will move to Findlay, where Mr.
Frizzel is interested in the oil bus
Forty relatives met at the Peter
Wilch home near Jenera and an or
ganization was formed to arrange
for annual reunions. Philip Wilch of
Bluffton was elected President and
Philip Marquart of Arlington, treas.
J. E. Lugibihl and son Dean left
for Toledo where they will take the
boat for Mackinac and other north
Emanuel Leichty of the Racket
Store sold his interest in the business
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and
son Gregory of Waynesfield were
Thursday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Gierhart.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Reams of
Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hauen
stein of Col. Grove, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Hauenstein of Lafayette were
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lillie
Rev. and Mrs. L. Dow Fauver
were guests of relatives on Wednes
day in Henry County.
The Rockport Methodist church is
planning for extensive improvements
which will begin in March. The
W. S. C. S. has given the church
trustees a cash gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Klingler of
Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Zimmer
man and family of Bluffton, Mr. and
Mrs. Gid Steiner and son Charyl
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W’m. Amstutz.
Rev. Paul E. Baker, field represen
tative of the Methodist Children’s
March Sth to 21st
Flcar Dr. Robert J. Welb
Nationally Known Evangelist, Author and Editor
March 8, 9 and 10, College Gym. March 11 to 21st, H. S. Auditorium
7:30 Nightly 2:30 Sunday Afternoon
An Outstanding Musical Program luill be Featured
at each Service-----------------------Everybody Welcome
Assisted by J. Stratton Shufelt, Soloist and Song Leader, March 8 to 10
Plan Noll to Attend
Sponsored by Layman’s Evangelistic Ass’n., Youth For Christ and Co-operating Churches
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of July 20,1911
to William Luginbuhl. The new firm
will be Reichenbach and Luginbuhl.
Tine McGriff is looking for an ad
ditional barber to help him at the
Oak Barber Shop.
Rural carriers out of Bluffton will
have their salary increased from
$800 to $1,000. Fifteen years ago
the carriers received S200 a year.
Bluffton has four routes.
The forest fires in Michigan have
not affected the Bluffton fishing
party. The wharf at Ausable and the
town is burning. Oscoda is also afire.
John Bixel and Jesse Hilty passed
through the fire area safely on the
way home. Still in the woods are Dr.
and Mrs. J. S. Steiner and daughters
Bonnie and Geneva, Misses Nettie
and Elva Moser, Ella Powell, Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. Scheid and family,
Sidney Hauenstein and Isaac Geiger.
The products from Bluffton’s new
pretzel factory are finding favor at
home and abroad.
Home at Worthington, Ohio, will be
guest speaker on Sunday, March 7th
at the Beaverdam Methodist church
at 9:30 a. m. and at the Pleasant
Hill church at 11 a. m. in the
absence of the pastor, Rev. L. Dow
Mr. and Mrs. Clair Younkman and
daughter Loretta of Dayton spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W’m.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all our friends
and neighbors and the Woman’s
Missionary society of the Missionary
church for their aid and sympathy
so generously extended in the death
of our sister and aunt, Leah Steiner
also Rev. Welch for his consoling
words and those furnishing music,
the pallbearers and Diller funeral
home for services rendered and all
those sending flowers.
Steiner Brothers & Sisters
THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1948
FranciM Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Basmger, D.D.S.
Bli ffton, Ohio
SHE US FOR
for itouse Wiring
Mumma Electric Shop
122 North Main
TOVES and PARTS at
Basipger’s Furniture Store
Fort r-five years of Dependable
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