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Pandora
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A
are parents of a girl bom
eta road, on
FRED BIRD,
BEEF PORK
Whole Kernel
Corn
Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Having no use for the following, I will sell at
sale 5 miles west of Lima, Ohio, 1 mile north of Kt
and mile east on Baxter road. This farm is I
north Of W Elm street road and U mile west of Wapakc
THURSDAY EVENING
APRIL 29, 1948
Starting at 6:00 P. M. sharp
The following property:
Tractor and Equipment: Farmall F-12 on steel, equip
ped with belt pulley and power take-off, in good condition,
new type corn cultivators for above tractor David Bradley
two 12" plows, plowed only 12 acres.
Farm Equipment: David Bradley 2 wheel trailer-type
tractor mower, new, never been used 2 section steel har
row Thomas 10 hoe fertilizer grain drill, good condition
Dunham cultipacker good tractor disc, 6 on each side 2
section weed-hog spring tooth 2 wheel trailer 1 home
made tractor garden tractor David Bradley Handiman
garden tractor on rubber equipped with sickle type mower
and garden cultivators, all like new.
Straw, Feed and Fertilizer: 50 wire bales of wheat
straw 1.4 ton ground corn U/2 tons ground hog feed
Yi barrel**of buttermilk 1 ton 45% fertilizer.
Hog Houses and Equipment: 5 A-type wood hog
houses with floors small building 7X9' automatic 4 hole
size hog waterer metal hog feeder, like new wood James
way hog feeder, like new 15 hog troughs, including wood
and several heavy steel with 2 compartments 2 odd wood
Poultry and Rabbit Equipment: 15 metal and wood
poultry feeders poultry waterers simplex fuel oil brooder
stove 30 crockery rabbit feeders oats sprouter.
Miscellaneous: 1 horse electric motor horse elec
tric motor, both good ones 100 new and used steel posts
short iron post
steel corner posts
high,
fence
0 bar new
two electric
two 20 rod rolls,
fence
fence chargers
ideal for electric posts 2 factory made
stay, 47"
20 rod roll new hog
18 Tiags
wool insulation oil drum and pump drill pre^s and bits
screw jack lift jack, wrecking bars, brace and bits, saws,
etc. shovels, forks, hoes, several feed grain sacks new and
used pipe, large amount of new and used lumber consisting
of 10 pieces 6"X5**, 18" long, 6 pieces 9'X$" and longer,
various lengths of 2X4’s, 2X6’s, sheeting, ejc. large wood
doors, many articles
merchandise. Please
Dorsey P. Miller, Auctioneer Charles Hepler, Clerk
AUTHORIZED DEALER
BIRDS EYE
Tree Top
Strawberries Pck.
^.rden Fresh
Green Peas
Pack
Dole’s Chunk
Picnic
HAMS
Pack 39c
Pack 31c
Pck. 39c
Pineapple
Cherries
Blackberries
Lima Beans
Pck. 43c
Fresh or
Smoked
FRESH DRESSED
Pork Roast lb. 45c
Pork Sh. Steak lb. 5§c
Pork Liver lb. 39c
Your Choice
BREAD
Snavely and
faniily and Charles Anderson of
Holgati» spent the weekend with
their foiks here.
PUBLIC SALE
..—
Lei]
par
the
public
mile
rock
not listed. Large offering of good
be on time.
Terms—Cash
Owner
fyfocke/t
Home Killed Meats
VEAL LAMB
Spam Can 49c
Nu-Maid
Oleo
FOODS
Large
Bologna
Sliced
Bacon
Pack
lb. 35c
lb. 39c
lb. 55c
Bacon in slab lb. 49c
•/z or Whole
American or Pimento
2 pound loaves 89c
lb. 45c
FRESH DRESSED
Shouldr Steak lb. 55c
Veal Stew lb. 39c
FRESH DRESSED FRYERS
Beef Sold By The Quarter
We Do Custom Slaughtering and Processing
2 LOAVES 29c
ank Krohn home.
Word has been received here of
ath of Dean Deitler of Toledo,
issed away suddenly at his
on Sunday evening. He had
ided Pandora School, making his
e at that time in the home of his
He i
home
atter
homt
aunt
He
Deitli
brothers and
of Bluffton
will be held
Home in
Thursday, fol
and burial
Ridge Cemetery
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Carr,
in of the late William
is survived by three
2 sisters. Paul Deitler
s a brothei
at the Ab
ledo at It
lowed by graveside rites
at Pandora Pleasant
Organization sponsorship of teams
in a twilight softball league will be
attempted this year in connection
with the summer program at Har
mon field, it was announced Tuesday
by Coach Kent Cotterman, who has
been named director of the recreation
program.
Play in the league will be stalled
the first week of June, but its organ
ization will be started on Monday,
May 10, when the managers or spon
sors of teams are
with Coach Cotterman
in the high school cafetteria.
___________________________
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Basinger of
here, are
Thursday at
ital.
r. and Mrs. Ralph
sic, formerly of
nts of a son, born
Miller-McComb hos|
r. and Mrs. Harry
Schumacher
nests in the
uested to meet
at a session
Any organization ma
team in the league, +he
creation director said.
a
As soon as any team manager is
chosen, please notify Coach Cotter
man.
Impasse Looms In
Operation Of Buckeye
(Concluded from page 1)
died and others were removed
the Community Sportsmen’s club
prevent further loss of life.
Can the people of Ohio wait on promise?
Id
eory, stagnant
the Buckeye
of that lake
when the Na
for quarryimr
According to the tl
water in the depths
formerly filtered
into the other bas
tional still-was us
operations.
Nath
When the
Central
as a s
operati
conned
sral
Sponsored Teams In
Softball League
bought by
Power Co.
its turbine
a seepage
two quarries, it wi
water easily could have
through from the Buckeye to the
between the
No Gullet
With the larger quarry also filled nounce the
with water over the la
stagnant water no longe
away from the Buckeye,
water which drains out
Riley creek is th
portion on the surfai
stagnant water at the bottom.
decade,
can
The contract for management of
the Buckeye pool this summer, to
which prospective applicants have ob
jected, was one adopted at a meeting
of the municipal council 10 days
ago.
a minimum con-1
was allowed fori
swimming pool!
payment of life I
help, but the!
in all receipts!
nd receive all!
ms and rental!
house. I
ng receipts ini
,000 would be I
Under its terms,
tract salary of $600
management of all
operations, including
guards and other
manager would shai
in excess of $80»
income from conces
of baskets in the batlh
In addition, swimmi
excess of $800 to $1,
divided equally between the town and
md 100% of all
would be the
the pool manager,
receipts over $1,0'
manager’s.
y sponsor
summer
outfit
Suggested sponsoring
elude churches, busines
ments, industrial operate
organizations. All are
select team managers, who are re
quested to attend the meeting on
May 10.
ons also provide
keep grounds and
the grass mowed.
Contract provisi
the manager must
buildings clean and
ns or social
invited to
SHERIFF’S SALE IN PARTITION
General Code, Sec. 11681, 12037
The State of Ohio, Allen County.
Common Pleas Court. Case No. 38098.
Robert A. Murray. Plaintiff
Ruth M. Hess,
al. Defendant
that on Saturday.
). 1948, a't the hour
will offer for sale
remises, in Bluffton,
state, situate in the
te of Ohio, and in
Notice is hereby griv
the 29th day of May.
of 1:00 o’clock, P, M.
at public auction on tht
Ohio, the following ree
County of Allen and Sta
Village of Bluffton, tc
Inlot number, tv
(269) in 'James H.
tion to the Villas*
County, Ohio. Said
334 S. Main Street.
Appraised at $6,500.
for less than TWO-THIRD
by
to
in
One theory accounting for
creasing stagnation of Buckeye water
was advanced by Councilman Charles
Aukerman who said that he had
been told it was a condition brought
about by permitting the larger Na
tional quarry, nearby, to fill up with
water.
hundred six-nine
Eaton’s Sixth Addi
ct Bluffton, Allen
Premises Located at
Bluffton, Ohio.
io, and cannot be sold
of that amount.
„a the property of
action, on an order
Said premises to be sold
the parties to the above
of sale in Partition from the Common Pleas
Court of Allen County. Ohio, and directed
me, the undersigned Sheriff.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash upon delivery
deed.
Given under
April, 1948.
Otis Lippinci
Dwight C.
Where are those homes that we promised the Veterans?
The homes that we need for our needy citizens?
Where is the health and welfare program for Ohio?
Vote for
Emery E. Kent
Republican Candidate for
REPRESENTAVE
to the general Assembly
ALLEN COUNTY
Primary May 4, 1948
be
The State of Ohio shoul
system that is in effect 1
needy citizens more than just a mere grasping pension.
We owe our children morq than what we are giving them
in education today. Let Jis stop being selfish.
Emery E. Kent
tpday
Notice To Patrons
Because of fhanges being made at
the Municipal Electric Light Plant
in connection with the present ex
pansion program, electric current
will be off Sunday, May 2 from
6:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m.
and
1:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m.
The Board of Public Affairs
to
of
of
my hand this 27th day
W. R. DAILEY,
Sheriff Allen County, Ohio
By Cora B. Jones, Deputy
Attorneys
People of Allen County
ashamed of the pension
We owe our aged and
Lima, Ohio
.......
Settlement
filtered PauL
Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber, form
erly of this vicinity and for several
years have resided in Wharton an
engagement of their
aughter Charlotte Lou to Eugene
’ole of Arlington.
get
_____ E
and
Dil-
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Diller
family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
IW|ler of Lima were Sunday dinner
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dil-
nal quarry was I ler
Ohio Light and I ^jr and jfrs. Eugene Kohli, Mr.
jpply source for|and ^rs. Hiram Kohli, Jr., of Berne,
jig, tests showed I lnd and Mr and Mrs Kohli
ion between thel
were Sunday dinner guests in the
pointed out, andlhome of j^jrs Mary Miller and son,
The floor of the Grace church is
and new
being laid to re-
and any
I^P’I at present oeing sanded,
oxygen-filled I carpets are also
and not the| place the former,
the congregation
into
The members of
visited in other
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MWSFAPII AID MAUZim
1 YIAB, UW.IM TEAM SHOWN
churches last Sunday and their serv
ices for next Sunday will be held
in the Pandora school building.
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Basinger
are spending some time in the home
of their son, Lieut, and Mrs. Clair
Basinger at San Antonio, Texas.
Mrs. Hiram Wenger of Bluffton ac
companied them to visit
of their sons, Mr. and
Wenger and Mr. and
Wenger and family.
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PHENIX
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32% in. by 64 in....... $17.82
in the homes
Mrs. Harold
Mrs. Donald
Hubert Plankenhorn is doing farm
work on the farm of his father and
mother during this year.
Dean Deitler, son of the late Wil
liam Deitler, passed away recently
in Toledo. In former years he had
been at home with Mr. and Mrs.
William G. Carr.
Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Lambie, mis
sionaries on furlough from Pales
tine were in charge of the evening
services at Ebenezer church, Sunday.
and screens Io veetitate
on hot summer days.
All-in-one sturdy-built
window.
Steinman Eros. Lumber Co
“Ask Steinmans”
236 Cherry Street Phone 360-W
THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1948
They are to be at the Calvary
church in Findlay on April 29 and
30.
The Myers contracting company of
Leipsic started the work of dredging
the Rothen ditch southward from
the farm of Nial Newton and to end
at the farm of John Boehr.
Henry Hickey, of Gilboa, and his
helpers are busy repairing slate
roofs of many buildings in this area
that were seriously damaged during
the storm that passed through here
several weeks ago.
Reuben Schumacher who had been
a patient at Memorial hospital in
Lima for some time was brought
home last Sunday.
Character has been defined as an
inner force which compels a person
to do one thing when he wants to do
another.
—Everyday Philosophy
Z
ABE MARTIN
Trade Mark Ref. U. S. Pat. Office
It don’t look like we’d ever have t’
double track th’ straight an’ nar
row path. Ther’s too many
restin’ on ever’thing but
laurels.
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