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APPLES Prices Reduced $1.50 and $2.00 per Basket Sweet Cider Augsburgcr fruit farm 2 miles south of Bluffton 322 N. Main Street FARMERS PRODUCE Bluffton Ohio Offers Friendly Service Buyers of Cream, Eggs and Poultry ROUTE SERVICE CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr. The cackle of the hen is an unfailing announcement of a freshly laid egg. A sore throat, nasal or chest con gestion—is almost as unfailing a prediction of approaching cough or cold. At the first symptoms—start taking NYALYPTUS —the golden cough syrup. It con tains eucalyptus—which loosens phlegm, helps dear the throat other valuable ingredients soothe tender irritated throat membranes, relieve the wracking coughs that cause loss of sleep, loss of appeti time and energy. for some Really Big I Bluffton Phone 284-W e, loss of Son A. Hauenstein & The Corner Drug Store AUTOMATIC ffedric^n^e- with Extra-large oven Radiantube 5-speed units Thermizer cooker Smokeless type broiler All-porcelain inside and out Many other exclusive Frigidaire features C. f. NISWANDER Frigidaire Dealer Bluffton. Ohio Are You 'Set’ MONEY in the Hog Business? The problem of giving your pigs a “quick” start is solved providing you feed plenty of skim milk and sell the farm-separated cream to The Page Dairy Co. Your Farm Separated Cream Earns an “Extra Profit” Only when you sell to the The Page Dairy Co Bluffton, Ohio Phone 489-W 175 125 150 DOO zoo" —£25 75 .50 250J 275 25 0 Present market prices for hogs really makes them prof itable and many farmers will want to put the pounds on their pigs and put them the greatest of or pigs and grow ls skim milk ’ated cream also high prices so you win two ways: (1) by putting pounds on pigs fast er, and (2) by selling your farm-separated cream to The Page Dairy Co. on fast all feet’s ing hogs Just Send Us A Penny Postal Card Forty-five years jf Dependable Here, There, and Everywhere Id Thursday Mr. and Mr recent tornado. lay high school auditorium. They had the pleasure of meeting and shaking hands with Gov. Thomas J. Herbert who was a speaker at the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Warren Burkholder who recently purchased property near Pandora have moved from Brad ford to their new home. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Snyder of Arlington, who have spent the pasl several weeks vacationing in Arizona are now enjoying a trip througl Southern California. Mrs. Paul Hower, Rawson, who hac her leg fractured in the recent tor nado that struck Rawson, was re turned to her home Friday fron Findlay hospital. Mrs. Carl Schafer and baby hav been returned to their home in Raw son from Fostoria City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber o Bluffton were Sunday guests of Mrs Virginia Wilson and daughter Hop at Be Hhe Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO 1 Pleasant Hill 1 1 of Pandora spent Wed 1 1 1 Suter of Pan I friends from Wapak oneta, Easter Sunday. The Methodist church in Mt. Cory i struck in the bellfry by light during Friday evening’s electric- Fire broke out and the fire nt was called. Considerable was done. Bluffton received s in the southern their farm buildI damaged by the 1 1 I wider, west of Bluff1 trip through the west- ton is ta ern stat Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of Bluffton attended the Northwestern Ohio Drainage Association meeting held Thursday afternoon at the 1 1 FindJ I on Clinic will 3. Those desiring phone for appoi civil of Mt Williams, entlv fro trip to Los Angeles, Calif. William Longbrake and N. V. Tur ■, Mt. Cory, returned home It eek from a trip to Florida whe ey spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Todd, McCon Michigan and .stern state Mrs. Orlin Findlay hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Comb were recent wee of Mr. and Mrs. Clan Mrs. Betty Garey of was returned to her home Friday from Findlay hospital. The Parks KI ay Co. will soon open station, restaurant their new fillin and garage on dam. The barn on which had the ripped off by 1 ago, has been done by Howard west side and roof he tornado a week epaired work being Resignation o1 of the First Lima was made Rev. D. L. Nisw services. Rev. N ed the pastorate church, Kawal, wander former pastor mng regular has accept Koloa Union lived near Bluffton and Floyd Harris lissamore and Ethe ittended the funera Harry Harris, Fri Bluffton Clara Harris, Findlay of their brother, day, at Battle Levi Hauenstein and Keifer, south of led the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Giant at Columbus Gr NOTICE Millie Mae Tibbs, of residence was Mo by notified that Lew Petition against hei equitable relief, and grounds of gross n Number 38093 of tl of Allen County, O will be for hearing from the date of this notice. lose last known place n, Mississippi, is here C. Tibbs, has filed his ►gleet of duty, in Case re Common Pleas Court lio, and that said cause on or about six weeks. Francis H. Durbir Suite 331 Dominic •f (futility PERFECTION OIL STOVES and PARTS at Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Orton 1 Stratton were Easter Sunday dinner I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond e I Stratton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest were Thursday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey7 Clausing. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watt of Lima 1 I spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and family. 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Zahrend and I Charles Kunert were Sunday dinner 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 1 Gleason. I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell called 1 on Mr. and Mrs. Tod Shindeldecker of Lima, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber and Mi'. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and son were Sunday’ dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber at I tended the wedding of Gerald Hauen 1 stein Sunday afternoon and the wed- 1 ding of a cousin at Gilboa, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clint Morehead called ’Ion Jacob Traucht, Thursday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son were: ’|Mt. and Mrs. Thomas Fleming, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Avery Watt and son, 1 Verly Fleming, Lakeview and Mr. .land Mrs. Vernon Yoakain. After noon and evening callers were Gerald 1 Jennings and son Jerry. Leipsic Mr. ’land Mrs. Winston Jennings and sons 11 land Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family. 1 Mrs. Mildred Gleason and Mrs. Esther Hartman spent Thursday 1 with Mrs. Etta Yant of Beaverdam. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shulaw called on Mr. and Mi’s. Arthur e| Phillips .Thursday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Veil Reichenbach -Iwere Easter Sunday dinner o-nes+c I of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach. "I Mr. and Mrs. Junim Zimmerman and family’ were supper guests. Mr.’ and Mrs. Elton Younkman I were Easter Sund.e. guests of Mr. 'land Mrs. Arthur Phillips. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ear’ Younkman and family spent Sunday ev^r/.ng wi n 1 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younkman. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ciov e Ernest spent 1 Monday7 evening with Mr. and Mrs. 1 Roscoe Trout. Sunday dinner guest ,-f Mr. (Mrs. Harry Huber and family were Prof, and Mrs. Everett Huber of Ada, Mr. and Mrs. Uhw.-e Ernest and .—-------------—--------------------------- ......................... Mill ‘TW iy sore that does not heal par ularly about the tongue, mouth or s. Do not pass it off es “nothing at Go to the doctor. painless lump or thickening, espe ially in the breast, lip or tongue. De wait “to see what happens." Go he doctor. Persistent indigestion. Do not wait for loss of weight. Go to the doctor. Mrs. Mrs. Wayne Zimn and Shirley and re Sunday dinner i Mrs. Sam Badei le Frantz was an Lu Mrs. Donald Balmer ?ning visitors of Mr. Mr. VV Russell Huber were of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Maude and W daughter of red •em lupper and prograrr y house this Thurs Hill Sunday School and e held at the Com next Sunday' if the isn’t rebuilt by then, morning enrolled House himne:y Huber left Monday urn bus where he is church at Ohio State university. Sutermeister Dies Lewis L. Runser, 72, father of Mrs. Mildred Sutermeister, of Bluff ton, died last Thursday morning at his home in Ada, following an ill ness of six months. addition to the daughter who here, he is survived by the v two other daughters and a In Runser had been street com oner in Ada for 15 years. Robert Chapin Dies At Mt. Cory Saturday 6 gular bleeding or discharge from natural body opening. Do not wait pain. Go to the doctor. 7 .tur ■alth Philip B. Welty Is Found Dead In Bed uilt 61, prominent Cc iber of houses in Bluffton, of Mrs. Gerald Crawfis :e, was found dead in his Wednesday morning by his family. He died of MLS !i you detect any of the following symptoms, see your doctor at once. It may not mean cancer, but if it should, remember that most cases can be cured Progressive change in color or size of a wart, mole or birthmark. Don’t try salves or ointments. Go to the doctor. Persistent hoarseness, unexplained cough, or difficulty in swallowing. Do not assume that it is due to smoking or some other form of irritation which will defer up. Go to the doctor. Any change in the normal bowel hab its. Do not attempt to diagnose your self. Go to the doctor. This advertisement sponsored by the Bluffton City Federation of Women's Clubs Jed 18 and 22-inch sizes Born in Pandora, March 3, 1887, he was the son of Peter P. and Anna (Zuercher) Welty. His father survives, together with the widow, Zella Pandora Mrs. Crawfis, of this place, another daughter and a son Rites Monday For Mrs. Nellie Glancy illie Glancy, 64, former dent of near Bluffton, died of heart disease last Friday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Marc Ba singer, of near Colun.bus Grove, with whom she had been visiting. Funeral services were held Mon day in the Evangelical United Breth ren church at Columbus Grove, with burial in the Truro cemetery. In addition to Mrs. Basinger, she is survived by a son, Emerson Glancy, and another daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Risser, both of near Columbus Grove. Clarence Jones, of Bluffton, is a brother. News Want Ads get results. THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1948 Power Lawn Mowers Jorg’s Better Bred Started Chicks in Stock March 31 Also *4 He P. electric motors BLUFFTON FARM EQUIPMENT CO. I E. FL Schmidt, Prop. 10.1 E. Elm Street Blutfton phone 260-W Opens Saturday Evenings AUTO GLASS REPLACED 4 you wart// Safety Glhssond Auto Body Hardware-All makes-ernd models. PITTSBURGH Steinman Body Shop 234 bL Lawn Avenue Bluffton Phone 259-W New Hampshire pullets 2 weeks old White Rocks 2 weeks o’d White Rock pullets 1 week old White Leghorn pullets 2 weeks old Mating W hite Leghorn pallets 10 days old 350 Rock-Red Cross Breds 1 week old Due to the recent storm we have had several cancella tions for started chicks. We are reducing our prices on started chicks for immediate sale. Come in and see us be fore you buy. •lorg Hatchery Bluffton, Ohio Phone 182-W if treated in time SEND COUPON FOR Name Address FREE BOOKLET City State THAT TELLS THE FACTS ABOUT CANCER AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 47 Beaver Street, New York 4, N. Y. Send free booklet by medical authorities.