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PAGE EIGHT
STATE PILOT
CHICK 4* A S
Yes, they’re off to a good start when they get a
chick mash like STATE PILOT Chick Mash.
It’s a well-balanced, nutritious ration that's
scientifically formulated to provide adequate
levels of those quality proteins, minerals and
vitamins so necessary for rapid growth and
early maturity. Give your chicks the right start
in life with STATE PILOT Chick Mash.
Amstutz Hatcheries
Bluffton, Ohio I Pandora, Ohio
Public Sale
The undersigned having decided to move to Oregon,
will sell at public auction at 240 Spring St., Bluffton, Ohio,
Saturday, April 3, 1948
at 1:00 P. M., the following property:
1 10" Craftsman tilting arbor table saw, with H. P.
high speed motor, on portable stand, Dado head and four
extra blades: 1 6" Craftsman iointer planer with H. P.
high speed motor on good stand 1 42" Craftsman wood
turning lathe with II. P. motor on good portable stand
complete set of turning chisels, rust resisting chrome finish
Craftsman drill press, y" chuck, *4 H. P. G. E. motor,
mounted on portable stand Craftsman portable sander and
sanding belts Meyer’s Silver Prince power sprayer, 12 gal.
capacity with hose, nozzles and spray boom, in perfect
condition quantity of spraying chemicals and dusts two
50’ lengths good garden hose good shop stove and stove
pipe 16 ft. ladder and 2 step ladders.
MISCELLANEOUS
Garden tools 6 lengths galv. pipe 14 bundles
black ebony asphalt shingles 19 bundles 18" cedar siding
shingles lumber, new and used some black walnut boards
lawn furniture berry baskets storm sash walnut parlor
organ black walnut bedroom suite with box springs, like
new, and many articles too numerous to mention.
Terms—Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for.
SAVE TIME
Robert A. Potts, Owner
Warren, .Auctioneer
Russell Ream Wade Marshall, Clerks
WITH THE K-SPHAY
ADAPTABLE Many Uses on Every Farm
If you want all of the latest
spray features, you'll choose
:he K-Spray. Most modern
sarmers are selecting uniform
spraying systems for
their farms. Spray
weeds with 2-4D, yes
KILL WEEDS, this
easy way with NO hand
work, before w’ecds can
damage YOUR crops.
Kill insects and protect
the health of your family,
'.asy to install on any type of
tractor, truck or jeep. Ex
clusive, easy-to-use operations,
including “Seat Control”. Both
MONEY
*-V-
,:.
high and low volume. Wash
cars and equipment, spray
whitewash, DDT and insecti
cides. Hand spray boom at
taches for use in garden,
corners, along fence
rows, ideal to spray
shrubs and fruit trees.
SINCE
Rear mount for stan
dard tread tractors
(shown above) and
front mount for other
makes and models. Choice of
14 to 32 foot booms. 2-Way
use! High or low volume in a
moment! Quick automatic
tank filling. FREE literature.
Bluffton Farm Equipment Co.
E. F. SCHMIDT, Prop.
Massey-Harris Sales and Service
Bluffton phone 260-W 105 East Elm Street
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
you get that ha
of a
fashioi
wns
thei
Eas
there
noui
runm
its
age of seven
may peruse these
another year of
the
woe
ton
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
While
these parts so
be little more
can see these
cess of manu
ouse to be held
appear to
speck. You
in the proc
at the open
fternoion.
roke
diamet
prank
ig, coy
as it
cmuy
they say
rgs this
teen
time
by a few
and remember
tre
Is
ago cherry
farmers
plowing
zine that
the an
/or will
dogs caught
vill be fines
the nuisance
Conducted
start
Har
3:30
Last Saturday she baked a variety
of Easter novelties including a lamb
cake complete with raisin eyes and
cocoanut wool, together with minia
ture sweetbread men clutching gaily
colored Easter eggs. Mrs. Klay, who
is employed at the Triplett plant
does the baking as a hobby in her
spare time,
years ago
Germany.
in her
Bluffton 1
Bluffton
Al le First Men
the wire used
operating the
Smucker,
J. N.
It might have 1
ternational dinner
the home of r.
Sunday. Presc
Harry Shrider
of Joi
rown up,
hope, to
ith. And
o all who
notes, we start oi
recording some o
it
incidents and occurrences tha
week make up the wa:
of everyday living of
Attracting attention is the window
display at the Basinger furniture
store of the Triplett Electrical In
strument company, showing products
of the Bluffton industry and parts
going into the construction of meters
and testers, some of
tiny they
than a s
products
factu
this Thursday
tours through the plants will
from the company’s offices on
mon road at 1:30, 2:30 and
P. M.
lurch services
shut-ins and others
services. The ap
to one
zed stain
recording
homes of
there
comfort,
may be
tized and
in. In charge of
:hine is Leonard
the pastor, Rev.
able to at ten
paratus records services uip
Hour’s length on a magneti
less steel wire and the
may be taken lat er to the
those ill or infinn and plalyed
for their enjoyinent and
Afterward, the recordingsj
erased by being de-magne!
son i
Smucker.
did
town ni
there wi
ihioners
The
know
Reichen
Eddie
KI ay
The kitchen of Mrs. Martha
of West Elm street is one of Bluff
ton’s most interesting spots on holi
days and festive occasions when she
turns out novelty cakes and other
baked goodies in the form of var
ious figures appropriate for the oc
casion.
le
i plane
nighi
than
■ms
Oren E. 1
fly ovei
Some
d—madt
say, hui
ran outdoors to in
vanished. Didn’i
a plane, they aver
was a jet-propelled
will be another—
they are watch-
ybe there
it’s what
iting for.
fully
Jimmy
Basinger of West
Lafayette, Ind., son of Mrs. Noah
Basinger of South Lawn avenue and
instructor in Purdue university, nar
rowly escaped being a casualty in
the tornado which swept through
MR. FARMER
n th®
Mrs.
een called an in
that was held at
and Mrs. Ralph
street on Easter
.ere Mr. and Mrs.
the latter a na
Ir. and Mrs. Dirk
Berg!
jth
annesbui
afternoor
tits, Mr. i
ind
ien and
ter, Dr.
Toledo.
and
so of
1 dau
in the
dur
A
Castan
and sis
arbin ol
bre
)ld
and
i, young son of
Reichenbach,
he other day in
y rainstorm,
in the barn
Postmaster
est Elm
and white pony
comforting each
raged outside.
sed by Arthur
andchildren, the
youngsters, has
carrier I
mail
turned up missing
the midst of a he
search located hi
his grandfather,
Reichenbach on
with his pal, a bli
—the boy and poi
other as the sto
The pony, pure
Swank for his
Dick Caughmans
A
of
Ed
street
been loaned to young Eddie since the
Caughmans moved to Greenfield, Ind.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Verna Moser. Guardial
incompetent pe
de al. Defends
of Zoa Welty, an
son. Plaintiff, vs. Zoa Welty,
Court o| Allen County, Ohio,
■ase No. 123938
of the Order of the Probate
In the Probat
In pursuance __
Court of Allen County^ ____ __ ____
for sale at Public Auction on the 24th day
of April, 194S, at 1:00 PL M.. on the premises,
the following- described real esta'ce situated in
the Township of Richland, County of Allen
and State of Ohio, to-wit:—■
one-half I of the North
04) 0f Section Number
"The East
east Quarter
Three (3),
Rango Eight
ship, Allen
Seventy-two
less, but sub
Ohio, I will offer
Township Two (2) South,
4st, Richland Town
tOhio, containing
s of land, more or
il legal highways.”
n as the Sylvanos
at the Northwest
(action of the Augs
ads
nile
IX) I
2) A.
s kn,
loca
inter
■fi
half
Welty far
corner of
West and
ton. Ohio.
the
land
She
learned
native
about one mite
North of Bluff-
at Nine thoi
s appn
lars an
art
of
ised
I must be sold for no!
1/3) of that amount.
h.
Moser
Zoa Welty
ind John H. Romey
nan o
ason
tome
nk Bl
Lima, Ohio.
Sale—
Property
For
DeVier
ting
Two adjoi
acre each.
House and
House nui
Main Street,
Address:
ERNE
123 E
1 ima,
See Us for
Custom Slaughte
Summer or Winter
Here is a convenient and economical service for
those who have home freezers or lockers.
Al! slaughtering done in our city inspected quart
ers—everything prepared ready for freezin
Ask us about this service which is available to
you at any time in the year at a worthwhile, saving.
A to I Meat Market
& Locker Service
127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W
lots, one
on one lot.
683 South
aarn
ber
Iluffton, Ohio
ST DEVIER
McKibben St
Ohio
mg
NOTICE
L. Myers
or on the foil
said Petition.
"Inlot NumW
Hundred Twent
Bentz's Third
quieting Plaint!
fendarics or in
of liens, sale of
day night
discussion
to handle
ing, Mor
a public
leasures
vater drainage sit
the good. And the
ted that there’s an
est in the situation
focus the relative
useholders and the
jn, to the benefit
rstanding of both
s if such meetings
as a clearing house
of our other com-
where
of means and n
Bluffton’s storm
uation was all to
attendance indica
active public intei
and brought to s
viewpoints of ho
city administrate
and better unde
groups. Looks a
might well serve
to examine some
munity problems.
Ohk
tn
ana
title or
ieting
marshalling
H. L. Meyers,
501 Bldg, Lima, Ohio 51
Bank
Nafl,
LAL NOTICE
Florence M. Cooper, whose last known
place of residei ee was Box 1344. Beckley,
West Virginia, i hereby notified that Frank
Cooper, Jr., ha] filed his petition against
her for divorce •and other equitable relief,
on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, in
Case Number 38135 of the Common Pleas
Court of Allen County, Ohio, and that said
cause will be for hearing on or about six
weeks from the date of the first publication
of this nridee.
Francis W. Durbin, Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 331, Dominion Bldg.. Lima, Ohio 1
LEGAL NOTICE
Elizabeth Freetnan, whose last known I
residence is East Wayne St., Lima. I
Ohio, is hereby notified that Roy Freeman has
filed his petition against her for divorce in
case number 38WI0 in the Court of Common
Pleas of Allen County, Ohio, alleging Gross
Neglect of Duty as his ground for same, and
that said cause will be for hearing on or I
after the 29th day of April 1948.
Harvey M. Bauman
Phone 545-T
or write
P. O. Box 9, Bluffton, Ohio
Fine Selection
Vaughan’s Bulk
Garden Seeds
Basinger Florist
Ralph D. Basinger, Prop.
Pandora Bluffton
riff
of
Co
Berixz Inc
described
Five
F. H.
the entire
and fe
■ill be
the
:h
Milkrefc
and
L. Milkreit
ison and
their
N
E.
Ro
By Oi
John
Attorn
Roy Freeman
By Sylvan H. Wise
His Attorney 1
Electrical
Service
Commercial and House
Wiring
Electrical Repair
Estimates Given Free
For Prompt Service
Call
The Famous
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will give you.
8:00 J'. M.
Ramseyet Chapel,
Bluffton College
Students 25c Adults 50c
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THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1918
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