he Toledo Times am
At your service:
Outdoor Writer To Address
Sportsmen This Wednesday Night
loor writer for Blufft
other publica- Wedn
mservation For ton 1
)ur Area” at a nleeting of the Maurice Kocher, presiclent of the
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is the logical
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market for your milk
a period of more than 25
highest market price for fa
plant of The Page Dairy
visit and see for themselves
either with the plant manag
plant of The Page Dairy Cc
producer ships, and at the i
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fton has a record extending over
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). is convenient for producers to
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ir or a fieldman the Bluffton
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ame high price.
THE PAGE DAIRY CO.
Northwestern Ohio Sportsmen’s Con
gress, will accompany Campbell and
talk on the work of the Congress in
the Toledo area.
Motion pictures in sound and
color will be screened. A film, “Men
of Glouster” will depict Atlantic
deep sea mackerel fishing. “Fish
Eye View of Angling” takes the
camera underwater for action shots.
The meeting is open to the public.
The program will celebrate April as
Record Bass Catch
Fisherman Dan Trippiehorn has
set a mark for local anglers to cast
at. Last Thursday afternoon Dan
snagged no less than 12% pounds
of bass flyfishing area quarries.
The veteran angler snagged 4 bass
weighing two pounds each, 1 bass
3*2 pounds, and another bass Im
pounds. All six bass were taken
The day was cold and blustery
and few anglers were braving the
elements. Dan claims he landed
every fish that snapped up his bait.
Years ago at the National quarry’,
before the Central Ohio Light and
Power Co., bought up the body of
water, Dan snagged six whopper
bass totaling 17 pounds. On that
memorable occasion he used small
live sunfish for bait.
Catfishing at quarries and streams
seems to be lively. A number of
anglers had good luck the past week.
Noah Geiger snagged 22 bullheads
in Riley creek west of town. Cloyce
Deifendeifer hooked a large sucker
at the Water Works quarry Monday
morning, but few other fish were
taken by anglers.
Receive Shipment of Squirrels
The first of an order of squirrels
for restocking purposes has been
received by the club. Five fox
squirrels arrived by express and
Plumbing! & Heating
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rs you fire and
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THE SLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
were released by Denver Augsburger
in area woods.
Membership Contest Ends
The contest bet wee•r A. E. Kohli’s
red fox patrol and Wilbur Fish's
blue troose flock in the annual
membership drive will end Thursday
night, April 22, the
be held at Bluffton Lown Hall.
Team members an* urged to make
every possible contact to enroll the
membership before the deadline
Winners of the contest will be
determined at the meeting. The
losing team in the .ontest will fete
the winners to an eritertainment ami
big feed at Buckeye park.
All In The Swim
It all happened at the Harmon
field dam last weeke id. Bill Edward
and three sons, S ?ett, raig and
Roger, accompanied by uncle James
“Pinky” Mayer wer holding a fish
ing party at the po 1 below the dam.
1 ink was having a little fun be
tween nibble pretem ing to toss Scott
into the shallow pot1. Little Craig,
attempting to rest•lie his brother
from such tomfool ?rv, rushed his
uncle, intending t» save Scott from
being tossed into th drink. But, as
all good plans “ga nsr oft astrav
Craig slipped and fell headlong into
Uncle Pink took me look, dropped
Scott, and plunge* into the pool
after him. “Pink s” feet skidded
on the slippery stoi es and under he
went, engulfed to s ears!
Bill, not to be outdone, jumped in
also just to keep the others com
pany. So, the resetle over, all head
ed for home, st rimpr full of alibis
for the wives am1 laughing over
their bedraggled a]
Miss Rosella Moser spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moser
and family of Lima..
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Atkinson of
Dearborn, Mich., spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and
family, Miss Norma Clapp, Mrs.
Golda Ewing, Mr. Hershal Moore of
Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Dye, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beagle and
family and Mrs. Carrie DeMoss of
Danville,, HL, took Sunday dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore.
Eddy Moser spent
his grandparents, Mr.
Moser and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingle and
son Keith, Mrs. Wm. Coldinon and
daughters Kay and An
Mrs. C. E. Klingler were
Mrs. Paul Faze calle
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
daughters of Dearbor
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin W.
Wilkins and family of itear Arlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Moore called
on Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. KI ingier,
at the Owens
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kli ngler ca led on
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde KImgier aiid son,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman called
on Mr. and Mrs. Ervii Hartmiin and
family, Sunday p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hauenstein
called on Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hausn
stein and family. Sunday p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hartman
called at the O. P. Hartman home,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P, Hartman and
son called at the? Henry Grismore
LOCAL and long
Every Load Insured
Ralph D. Basinger, Prop.
Announcing the new
They’re new thrilling intriguing
cars on display on our sales floor.
Their performance and luxurious appointments are in keeping with the sleek,
streamlined body lines that have made these cars the automobile sensation of the
Yes, you can have delivery of a car today, if you desire.
Stop in for a demonstration—you haven’t seen the ultimate in motor cars un
til you have seen these.
Plan Tc Attend
Bluffton Amateur Night
Friday, April 23rd at 8 P. M.
HIGH ^CHOOL GYMNASIUM
SPONSORED BY SENIOR LASS
GOOD ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL
Admission: Adults fOc Students 25c
THE ONLY SEAT SUPPORT with IN
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Sales and Service in Bluffton
Bluffton Motor Salos
Elmer Burkholder Harley Marquart
Mobile Gas and Oils
Bluffton Phone N. Main & Jefferson Sts.
THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948
NO JARS OR JOLTS
ADJUST TO ANY WEIGHT
SEAT ALWAYS LEVEL
FITS YOUR TRACTOR
The Knoedler Trector Seel Support com
bines hydraulic shock absorber built
inside a soft coll spring for ride as
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work capacity and better jfT
health. Try it yourself—stop
•t your Flow-Ting Dealer Z
k 0. C. HURSEY & SONS
John Deere Sales & Service
VANCE STREET BLUFFTON, O.
Open Saturday Night
the new 1948 Kaiser and Frazer
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