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PAGE EIGHT
Francis Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Basingel D. D. S.
Telephone 271-W
Bluffton, Ohio
Lawn & Elm Streets
air i* forced out*
D. C. BIXEL, O. D.
GORDON BIXEL, CUD.
122 Son th Main St.. Bl»fft*»
EYEBIGHT SPECIALISTS
Open Evening* Wed. & Sat. 7:0# to 8:##.
Closed Thursday Afternoon
this spring use
CONCRETE DRAIN TILE
In 4-5-6-8-Inch Sizes
Ten Day Delivery at Present
Tests have proven the worth of Concrete Drain Tile—
Jet us prove it.
FOR BUILDING— I i
Specify DUNBRIK—the better brick. Wide range of
color variety $25 per thousand and
ADVANCE-DESIGN
GEARSHIFT CONTROL
This new steering column
truck gearshift In *11 models
with 3-speed transmission
provide* new driver ease and
convenience.
FOR
Republican Candidate for
The
Highest Market Price for
Country Route Service—a phone call
brings our truck to your door.
Charles Kinsinger
PHONE 492-W
For BETTER DRAINAGE
Bluffton, Ohio
up.
BLUFFTON CEMENT BLOCK CO
Phone 213-W ar 365-W
we the only I
value features
THI -CAB THAT BKEATHIS”
Only Adv«nce-D**ign truck* hav* th* cab that 'breaffw*"l
Freah air—boated in cold weather—L* drawn in and u*ed
FLEXI-MOUNTID CAB
Chevrolet'* Advance-Oeaign cab is mounted on rubBer,
cushioned againat road shock*, toraion and vibration I
CHEVROLET
—Advance-Design Trucks
NEW IMPROVED
VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE
Chevrolet** powerful truck
engine, the world'* most eco
nomical for Its size, is now
more durable—more efficient
operating I
Maitdq,
summer
late Frank
banker and
of the cycle
Residents
truck* with all these extra
s of production leadership...
NEW FOOT-OPERATED
PARKING BRAKE
Providing new, clear
floor area and greater
safety and efficiency In
models with 3-speed
transmission.
Lowest-Priced Trucks in the Volume Field
STEINER CHEVROLET SALES
BLUFFTON, OHIO
Sponsors of entertainments where
tickets are sold to raise funds for
organizations and projects are com
plaining about the inroads which
taxes, national and local, are making
into boxoffice receipts. One group
which long has used this means of
raising funds for its treasury is con
sidering switching to some other
method in order to by-pass the tax.
Bake sales are coming into increas
ing favor since there is no tax on
purchases.
A. D. Wells is planning to attend
a 50-year reunion of his high school
class at Ostrander, Delaware county
this spring, being held in connection
with the school’s commencement fes
tivities. He was one of a class
seven graduated 50 years ago.
the three boys and four girls
the senior class who received
plomas on April 18, 1898, two men
and one woman are still living.
... Moding those great now HF AVY-DUTY
features that only Advance-Design tracks offer:
Entirely new, Chevrolet-developed
helical gear 4-SPOD SYNCHRO-MESH
TRANSMISSIONS provide quicker, ea»
iar, quieter operation and greater dura
bility in heavy-duty models. “Double
clutching" and gear "clashing" are
virtually eliminated. Faster shifting
promotes greater road safety and the
maintenance of speed and momentum
on grades!
Chevrolet's new SPLINED REAR AXLE
SHAFT ATTACHMENT to wheel hubs
eliminates breakage and loosening
possible with bolt-type attachments—
assures greater strength and dura­
bility in heavy hauling!
Advance-Design trucks,
Uni-Built for uniformity, dura
bility and economy. 107
models on 8 wheelbases,
include: All-round cab visi
bility with rear-corner win
dows* Uniweld, all-steel
cab construction Super
strength frames Specially
designed brakes Hydrovac
power brakes Heavier
springs Ball-bearing steer
ing Wide base wheels
Standard cab-to-axle length
dimensions 12-color and
two-tone options
•Fr«,h air heating and ventilating »y»tem
and rear-comer window! optional
at extra co«t
^CHEVROLET
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
For some reason wl
er been able to figu
seems always to be tl
for rackets, and this
ception. One of thf
paint racket—the str
fers a “new” type of
means a full barn—I lot of “guarantees"
inr holds true this I true and there’s
•op year—that I just “happens to be
time between I neifhborhood,” who
spring tillage! your spouting and
this being a cold! He, too, has a profital
a low of 28 degrees I the chap who sells
some snow was! never saw him before
Monday night’s rain—I see him again when i
us that if you haven’t! And the high pressure
■r in your cellar this! siding salesman who
1’t know how fortunate I most anything to get
peaking of the! on the dotted line.
Green univers-1 remedy to squelch ail
who forecast! know with whom yo
y the March 191 and satisfy yourself
this area, sayslrity and ability to
re of this thing! promises.
I Bluffton oldtimers
History repeating itself—those be-1 J- “J^ke” ^kel^’
re breakfast 200-mile hops local Iwarts the Odd Fel
i FoVino- nnl’t was in its heyday
rplane enthusiasts are taking oni
Sunday mornings, starting at theD'8*8 Jake wh0 cpl!br8
Bluffton airport at daybreak and 182nd b'rthday anniversary last month
back in time for Sundav school are ’8 8«11 working every day and goes
a modern streamlined version of the to the picture shov of anevening.
100-mile jaunts the oldtimers used He keeps n touch with Bluffton hap
to take way back in the gay nineties pemngs through the columns of the
when bicycling was quite the thing.! News
You might ride a bicycle, but you
really didn’t belong to that select
group of cyclists until you had ped
ailed 100 miles on a Sunday, which I through the Middle
back in those days of unpaved roads Reagan hvmg «mth_of
was something of a test of physical I
stamina. Quite a number of bi-|r
StUIIll 11£L. c* *2V**4«ARV/A VA. or* -vividly
cycles of those days were equipped 8 **WT experience,.
I MAMtf TW
with speedometers just so tnc uvyo,
could prove their day’s mileage. The 8 cro'” of
^ith speedometers just so tjnxple syrup
of
Of
in
di-
out, spring
open season
the old
int with a
rood to be
fellow who
ring in the
clean out
wi 11
gutters “cheap”,
ble racket. And
shrubbery—you
and you won’t
it doesn’t grow.
e insulation and
will promise
ur signature
re’s one sure
re dealing
heir integ
good their
ill remember
e of the stal
w lodge when
lere some 45
“Sugaring off” is a delightful old
New England custom—unheard of
but W. J.
Beaverdam,
New York
as one of
i in northeastern
state recalls it
It comes
cn rincr at TT
TPia
__ ____ I Czvllzc___ nnrl anwifl tint Rf VOUnfl?---- train-
Scott, former Bluffton I folks-and some not so young-gath
manufacturer was one" at ‘he cugar camp and pour hot
enthusiasts I syrup from the blg kett le Ont
I filled with snow and the resulting
I concoction, a sort of brittle taffy is
of Campus Drive area I something to delight the heart of
are watching with interest an albino! finy epicure. And
robin which with his mate are I there is usually a
ting the finishing touches on a nest I diy pickles to eat between bites of
under the eaves of the R. L. Trip-1 confection.
lett residence, apparently ready to I
start housekeeping for the summer! an(j pig meat were the
and little concerned over any hous-l principal fare at a dinner at the
ing shortage. An albino robin is al Herman Stagers on Riley street,
rarity, say those versed in bird lore.! Monday night—probably the first
time these items had been served in
just for variety,
goodly supply of
an inter-
thereon hangs
Bluffton and
esting yarn.
The meat
Gaskins wrho
Harold Stonehill and
rived several days ag
Arizona. Mrs. Gask
by Tom
and Mrs.
was supplied
with his wife
ion Donnie ar
from Phoenix,
is is a sister
RM
i.
of Mrs. Stager and C. V. Stonehill.
Gaskins, a big game hunter, shot
an 800 pound bull elk and several
wild pigs in Arizona last fall and
kept the meat under deep refrigera
tion since that time in his locker and
later in his trailer enroute here.
Attending the dinner were the
Phoenix visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Gas
kins, Mrs. Stonehill and son also
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Stonehill, Mr.
and Mrs. John Stonehill, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Dillman and Mrs. Freda
Brown, Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins will leave
this week to spend the summer at
their
Mrs.
here
tives
in Phoenix.
farm near Barberton, while
Stonehili and son will remain
for several weeks to visit rela
before returning to their home
LEGAL NOTICE
In ‘the Court of Common Pleas
County. Ohio. Mary C. Saunders,
vs. Russel! J. Saunders, Defendant.
38153.
known place of residnee is
plaintiff, will take notice to
25th day of March,
‘the Court of Commop Fletts
Ohio, against the dereriaan
of Allen
Plaintiff
.. Case No.
The defendant, whose address and last
jknown to the
flaiViliiT, on the
her jietition in
is^of Alien County,
font, prayfnjr for di
vorce. The defendant is required to answer
on or before May 20, 1948, after which date
said action will be for hearing.
3 Mary C. Saunders. Plaintiff
Columbus Grove
Billy Adam* might have died of cancer—if his
parents hadn’t taken him to a doctor the minuts
they suspected one of cancer’s danger signals
Thanks to proper medical care, Billy has a whoh
lifetime ahead. But many other children will die
of cancer this year—unless their parents have
them examined by a doctor.
It knocked the prop* out from under
Old Jud Williams—the day the doctors told him
he had cancer. But because it was recognized
in time Jud still has a lot of happy days ahead.
Now Jud tells his friends “Don’t be afraid of
cancer—be intelligent about cancer. See
your doctor’”
?roS*e9S1''e
not**' bre^’
especialtally
that Ao'Ljs.
2- W.« W“* irol” .Ml«
3- from to
the
boari**eS&’
7.
in
BLUFFTON
Wc Have Cn Hand
Vftr b\eeAin*
OT^
difficult
MR. FARMER
A tc
Aluminum 5V Crimp and Corrugated Roofing
$12.80 per hundred square feet.
11x22 Slate green 9x20 Slate
All kinds of other roofing
J. A. H( rl -ln-Iin
This advertisement sponsored by the
Mr*. Norton wouldn’t ovon talk about canear
until her doctor found one of its symptoms on
on her breast. By scientific treatment—begun
in time—she was cured. But too many women
will die before another Spring if they don’t see a
doctor when they suspect one of cancer’s danger
signals.*
THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948
See Us for
Custom Slaughtering
Summer or Winter
Here is a convenient and economical service for
those who have home freezers or lockers.
All slaughtering done in our city inspected quart
ers—everything prepared ready for freezing.
Ask us about this service which is available to
you at any time in the year at a worthwhile saving.
I
Meat Market
& Lecher Service
127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W
Martin Steel Corn Cribs
Martin Haymakers Martin Silos
Phone 285
om cancer. Let’s learn
Let’s stop running away
the truth about cancer, flow? By helping your
doctor help you. For onlfhe can guard you
against this disease that rikes, on the average,
one out of every two American homes. If
danger signals*—
time is one of his
& you suspect one of cance
see your doctor at once!
greatest weapons.
For further information consult your loal office of x.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
or write: 47 Beaver Street, New York 4, N. Y.
CITY FEDERATION OF WOMEN’S CLUBS

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