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THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1948
Prices are changing and 1
Utilize our e
B. BAME,
Residence 423-W
The
quartt
servio
UP OR DOWN?
associate
Now is the time to i
hit the market when price
higher egg prices next fal
a brood of AMSTUTZ Tra
NOW!
We have eliminated the dan|
through the baby chicks by hati
entirely away from any other
to do this by devoting our larg
hatching exclusively, and keeping
carefully isolated from this bui
Amstutz
E. J. Wahlie,
Bluffton, Ohio
1948 SOW
we have
s talk O»er all you’
your
MURRAY
nand for more and be
and The Page Dairy
k from the farms in
is continuing
additional mi
area.
logical plac
every road
just good
farm-to-plai
a
our
Bluffton, Ohio
e need properties for our clients,
’icient Realty Service.
A. B. GRATZt
Time To Start
Chicks!
Baby
broker
Office 468-Y
tart your baby chicks. They’ll
are best. You’ll reap from the
I, make more money by starting
mest Pedigree Egg Blood Chicks
Measure QUALITY before you buy. The BEST
CHICKS for you are the BEST Chicks YOU CAN BUY.
We urge upon you to investigate. Come in and talk it over.
Modern, Pro&
essive Methods
er of the spread of chick bronchitis
hing and handling the baby chicks
'ultry activities. We are now able
incubator building at Bluffton to
our brooding and other flock work
ding.
Hatchery
I vina you the °f
In aWi”on t0 9 here are
F-rmers want most, ne
?o-owner & Mgr.
Pandora, Ohio
ike time to look this over:
We're offering
a bipper and bettet
e Bonus
Phone 435-W Bluffton, Ohio
More Mill?
Mon
Delivery
oirZsbrt’M-Howi
distributor
Milk!
dairy products
still is seeking
Bluffton, Ohio,
,t Bl
to
ithi
siness to take advantafl
haul ... The Page
wide radius of
Tton, Ohio, is the
haulers traverse
iluffton ... it is
of the shorter
pry Co. has been
pr more than a
■ecord of faithful
with consistent-
our long
togetl
patron-producers
high price for
of The Page D:
he 1
fry
The
Sportsmen Hear Conservationist
A large group of fishermen heard
Clarence F. Clark, fish management
agent for Northwestern Ohio, dis
cuss the Buckeye fish program at the
meeting of the
Club Monday ni
In regards to
Buckeye quarry
at certain periods each year Clark
explained there are many reasons
causing a lack of oxygen in the water
which destroys the balance necessary
for fish life.
Bluffton Sportsmen’s
In his opinion decaying vegetable
matter uses up the greatest amount
of oxygen. Decaying leaves, branches,
trees, rusting metal, and concentra
tions of fish and other marine life all
consume oxygen.
Incoming springs are practically
devoid of oxygen, he stated. The fact
that the quarry is well sheltered de
prives the body of water from wind
and wave action which could supply
oxygen. Lack of sufficient plant life
is another factor. Snow-covered ice
in winter also retards oxygen produc
tion in plant life, he stated.
Use of outboard motors to churn
the water, spraying the water in the
air, diverting a small stream into the
quarry, providing the stream had an
adequate oxygen content, would all
be beneficial in relieving the situa
tion.
A program of removal of leaves as
they accumulate in the water would
be of great benefit. A large amount
of decaying matter on the bottom of
the quarry uses up oxygen as it is
disturbed by the movement of water
from bottom to surface as weather
conditions change. Chilled water on
the surface sinks to the bottom and
causes the rotation.
Apparently no one thing can be
done to alleviate the situation entire
ly, but combination of many plans
for adding oxygen to the water may
bring about a balanced condition
again.
Clark concluded his talk with a
recommendation that an analysis for
oxygen content be conducted period-
before
Spo
and establishing a pla:
situation before additior
is attempted.
^Controlled Cohort
More Mill?!
ige Hairy Co.
Venetian
Blinds by
Flexible tfaal steh with nnf
proofad baked enamel finish
make theta blinds a low cost
investment in comfort and
beauty that will last as long
at your house. For informa
tion and service, 'Phone
138-W
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-five Years of Dependable
Service
ASK ANY HAULER ..
drop a postal
card ... or
phone one
of our field
men will visit
your farm.
William Lahman
Guy Carmean
fieldmen
Phone 489-W
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
water
Clark
would
Means of aereating the
caused considerable discussion,
stated that any method which
agitate the water would be benefi
cial in adding to the oxygen supply.
——. .. .............................................................
^CONSERVATION AFFAIRS
Happenings Pertaining to Woods, Waters and Wildlife
i By THE BLUFFTON COMMUNITY SPORTSMEN’S CLUB. Inc.
Fox and Geese Wage Battle
Twenty-four Red foxes are waj
a battle to the finish with aflocl
Blue geese, Sportsmen of the
munity learned the fore part of
week.
The
the condition at the
and loss of fish life
Floyd
Kohli
unusual skirmish started when
Hardwick appointed Aldir
to head a Red fox team
hand like
foxed this year.
Jnodgr
aid the
stocking
Modern Beauty
Allei
Ramge
voir ne
to Feb.
ie E.
and
got
Wilbur Fish to captain a Blue
patrol in the annual Sports
Club membership contest.
o de
quill,
ew.
The Red fox squad are out 1
feather the geese boys quill by
Kohli Stated in an early intervi
Fish retalliated by promising the fox
es their fur will fly when his “birds”
get into action.
So far each team has an even num
ber of men and Hardwick says any
club member wanting to get in on the
fun can enroll at Carl Mumma’s
Electric Shop.
Losers will treat the winners to a
fish fry with all the trimmings at
Buckeye Park on April 15.
In this game of “fox and geese”
it will be “duck soup” to line up every
hunter and fishermen in three
counties say the team captains
cent Red fox additions are Jim I
and Harry Anderson. Blue gees
also in the eswim and have the ad
ded support of Sam Hauenstein and
Aldine Weiss. A “bird” on
team has already sold
members the past week
the “fox litter”
igus
Needed
ing licenses
through
effective
New Fishing License
Nearly 500,000 Ohio fish
forwarded to license agent
out the state went on sale
March 1. License sales las
Ohio reached nearly 750
every person n Ohio 18 ye
and older needs a fishing license ex
cept when fishing on his own land.
The cost is $1.10.
Anglers of Bluffton area can secure
the new license from the following
Sportsmen Club dealers: Dillman
New Stand, Stepleton Recreation Par
lor, Waitermire’s, Mumma Electric
Shop, Gossard Filling Station, Bluff-
Ada
Stonehill heads depart
For violations of fish and game
laws call Donald Ramge, phone 177-R
Bluffton, Ohio, and reverse charges.
Record Turnout at Townhall
Possibly the largest crowd to ever
assemble in Bluffton town hall filled
tw’o floors of the building to near
capacity last Monday. A big throng
attended the meeting of the American
Legion on the second floor and an
other crowd filled Sportsmen’s head
quarters on the third floor for a fish
fry.
In addition the town council also
met on the second floor in the council
rooms.
Clarence F. Clark, fish manage
ment agent for northwestern Ohio,
YOUR OWN SEED irM
VACAWAY
Cleaners and Graders
IMPROVE YIELDS—Plant only cleaned
and graded seed, "Breed-up your
seed the way recommended by agri
cultural authorities. Keep
out weeds. SAVE by clean
ing at home. SELL seed at
a profit to others.
FARM and CUSTOM sires.
Electric, hand or gasoline
Screens for
barley, soy-
operated,
wheat, oat
beans, alia
clover, etc.
screens fj
available.
Beef for
the
Reasonable
9
rial sets of
this stole
VAC-A-WAY on
Bluffton,
prices
Always ready to serve you.
SWANK BROS.
Fresh and Salt Meats
address of the evening
ien and talked later to
:il. Clark discussed the
i at the Buckeye quarry last
n thousands of fish had to be
ransported to other bodies of water
ifter the quarry became depleted of
ygen.
At the 1
hall football movies
of the Cleveland Browns, professional
football team directed by Paul E.
Brown, were shown. In addition to
the movies John Brickels, backfield
coach for the Browms spoke.
A large turnout of veterans was
on hand for the program.
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gratz and
sons of Lima spent Thursday eve
with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis
and daughter and Ray
were
and Mr
r. and
Lima were
Marquart
Hirshfield
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
Ed Marquart and son.
Mrs. Charles Friedly of
Sunday dinner guests of
Kohler and daughter,
callers were Mrs. Menno
md daughter Magdelene.
ind Mrs. Frederick Criblez
Afternoon
Geiger
Mp.
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Balmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stryker of
Lima spent Sunday eve with Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Schaublin. Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Boutwell were Monday eve
callers.
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Matter, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilford Gratz and Mr. and Mrs.
Roily Moser spent Saturday eve with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shrider in honor
of Mrs. Shrider’s birthday.
Mr. and Mn
and
guests
and sup
buhl.
them
Donald
her
ill be no
orms us there a
rmitted in Metzj
Lima from Feb. 28, 1948
ar
28, 1949 by order of the State
Conservation Commission.
There is also a ehosed season on
ground hogs or woodchucks from
March 1, 1948 to August 15, 1948.
Kenneth Luginbuhl
family were Sunday dinner
of Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl.
Ed Marquart and son
and Mrs
Sunday eve with Mr. and
Marquart and family.
Mr.
spent
John
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boegli and
Kathryn Maidlow were Sum
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs
Gratz. Afternoon ca
and Mrs. Reno Grat
and
Mrs.
Mrs.
din-
Emest
its
were Mr.
and daughter
Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burkholder
spent last Monday eve at the Warren
Moser home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Gratz and Mrs. Min
nie Moser were last Thursday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
bert Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz
daughter Sharon were Monday
supper guests of Mr. and Mi’s,
nest Gratz.
Murn
han
Robert
ans. if
as 104
I. New Je
Evans,
Kentucky
evt
Al
and
eve
Er-
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO!
Allen
Estate o
Thu rm
y of 142 ___
been appointed
ar of the estat
Bluffton,
fied as A
Murray late of All
this 27th
Ohi
Smith
Raym
LEG
I, NOTICE
known
jving-, whose Iasi
Morningside Driv
le unknown heirs
and the unknown heirs
she be deceased, khe resi
a.11 of whom is unknown,
on the 4th day of Feb
Henry filed her petition
•Nans, if
each and
notice thi
48, Irene
he thir
Evan___
in the Common Pl
Tty, Ohio, against
selfie performance
Allen
for the
f, nam
nunibei
Flea.'
them
of a
and
i thousand i
Addition
County. Ohi
ie Buclteye
Allen
the
rame.
of Limi
to answer on
following the
■, namely by
McClain
Notice
Virginia and
Coal.
Ohio Qualit
:o Stokers In
ilete with Con-
Also Cor
stalled com
trols.
Automati
for any
heating plai
Heat Controls
pe hand-fired
Torrid Ail Room Stoves,
Buckeye Magazine heaters,
Barometric I
and non-spil
shovels.
raft controls,
stoker coal
to crush and
own stoker
treatment ap
res. Leave
We expect
oil-treat our
coal when oil
paratus arri
orders early,
first served.
First come,
Staffer
Yard
Howarc
Coal
R. R.
on A. c.
North Main Street
Office phone 265-Y
Residence phone 354-W
QUICK TO
ma
he has purchased property.
s. Otto Amstutz spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Eli Amstutz and
i daughters.
Saturdc
The following
of Daniel Wa
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ment is made. I fl
arles Lora, Auctioneer
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PAGE SEVEN
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lamp upholstered Dockers numerous throw rugs piano
RCA Victrola variqty stands dinette suite consisting of 2
tables, chairs and ballet table top gas kitchen range, like
new 6 cu. ft. refmgerator kitchen set of chairs with
leather seats, like netv kitchen cabinet, like new 2 library
tables variety crock!?, pans, skillets, miscellaneous dishes
Speed Queen washinr machine tubs assortment of beds
and dressers 2 cheats of drawers, and other household
articles. I
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