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ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $8 for Horses $10 for Cows
According to size and condition.
Hogs according to site and condition.
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
It’s Quick Conven
Soft Water Par
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC.________
NO FUSS .. NO MUSS
Let the Washette do youi
shop down town. Clothes wa
and a quarter.
Trv it today—Hours 7:30 a
THE WAI
Closed Thursday afterno
107 S. Main Street
The Logical Market
for your milk is
The Page Dairy i Co.
family washing while you
hed and dried in an hour
ent Economical
ting Lot in Rear
m. to 5:30 p. m. daily.
5HETTE
ns beginning May 6
Bluffton
—Sell4-
Your Mlilk
to thel
Page PlaLi at
Bluffton
There are untold sowid reasons
for every milk prqllucer who
resides in the vicinity lof Bluffton
to ship his daily production to
The Page Dairy Col plant at
Bluffton shorter falrm-to-plant
hauls is just one reascln the
Page Dairy Co. record!
ently paying the high!
price for milk is ano]
may we buy your milk|
at your service:
William Lahman
Guy Carmean
Fieldmen
Harry Turner
Manager
of consist'
1st market
Iher
now?
Blufftloio
dfxw
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Bluffton, Ohio
AMERICA'S FINEST
WASHER
Red Foxes Win Contest
Red Fox pack defeated th
loose flock in the annual Sport!
club membership contest.
ili, pack leader of the Red Fo:
's the contest was nip and plu
tie Blue Geese were defeatf
Blue Geese, says it is up to his gang
of loosers to provide the feed and en
tertainment. Arrangements are be
ing made for the shindig which will
be held at Buckeye Park the fourth
Thursday of May. Teams consisted
of club directors, membership sales
men and license salesmen. The two
gangs of men enrolled an average of
week during the con-
s of
nembers
of the community not
the drive are urged to
jnce at Mumma’s Electric
ership headquarters.
sportsmen
contacted in
sign up at o
Shop, membi
Frog Hunters Try Luck
A party of Jenera frog hunters
bagged 5 large bullfrogs in a stream
near Arlington in 30 minutes of hunt
ing. The frogs were big fellows with
legs comparable in size to drumsticks
on a spring chicken, observers stated.
Harvey Bame, Gene Beach and Ray
mond Rupright made the catch.
Frog hunters say the season is still
a little early, but the hunting rush
will be on soon. The Jenera gang
still has five or six pounds of frog
legs stored in a locker, results of last
fall’s hunting expeditions.
If you see an animal looking down
from the roof of the Carma theatre,
be not alarmed. The creature is not
a gargoyle peering at you, but the
dog belonging to the Carmack fam-
The Carmacks discovered the large
theatre roof is an excellent place to
exercise bowser. The dog has plenty
of space to scamper without danger
of falling off. When it’s time to put
on the feed bag the dog barks at the
apartment window and the family lets
him in.
Snags Bass
Ralph Reed, an official for the West
Ohio Gas Company, finds stream
fishing produces excellent results.
Near Pandora, Reed snagged over 13
bass this month. Last week in
Riley Creek with flyrod and crawlers
he hooked 3 large bass in one evening.
Two of the fish were 2% pounders
measuring 16% inches each and the
other bass weighed 1% pounds and
measured 13 Mi inches.
Frog hunting is another of Ralph’s
outdoor hobbies. By placing a gas
oline lantern after night in the prow
of his boat and paddling along slowly
hs says the eyes of the frogs stand
out like shining beacons. Makes
them easy to catch with his dipnet.
First Mushrooms
Charles Steiner found a few sponge
mushrooms under an evergreen tree
in his front yard. Chuck lives at
Biederman apartments on south Main.
Alt
KODAK FILM
OTART yoor
making right wl
able Kodak Film
low box—the fill
the picture. Th
the exposed rolli
developing and
SIDNEY’S DR SHOP
flEXIB
ism
sesiM
Fleilbl* ,t..l tlah with rvri
proof.d bak.d anam.l finlik
m.k. th.,, blind, low cct
inv.ttmoM Io comfort and
beauty that will last as long
as your house. For informa
tion and service, Phone
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-five Years of Dependable
Service
CONSERVATION AFFAIRS
Happenings Pertaining to Woods, Waters and Wildlife
By THE BLUFFTON COMMUNITY SPORTSMEN’S CLUB, Inc.
Proper
management of
FORESTS SOIL'-'-WATER. AND
WILDLIFE BENE FITS,. EVERYONE
IN THE CITIES AS------- AC TJA
IN THE COUNTRY
Harvey Garmatter, who fii
mushrooms than any othei
three counties, found a ft
spraying orchards. Other
have picked up a handfull
there, but most enthusiasts
still too early. Kenneth
Arlington, found a good size
mushrooms along a railro:
Other than these scatters
there has not been too n
yet. When George Combs
nard Geiger start to find mi
it’s time to forget garde
start looking.
Crappies Hitting at Lake
Lester Young and Willard Shulaw
snagged 34 crappies at Indian Lake
last week. The crappies averaged 10
inches in length. Thousands of ang
lers were attracted to the lake last
week, but the fishing was not up to
par.
Above Hannah Battle’s bridge on
Riley creek Scott Edding snagged
two nice bass
ins hooked th
creek near the
tion.
Dan Trippie'
catch this wet
APRIL 19 TO 25 HAS
BEEN SET ASIDE 8Y
GOVERNOR. HERBERT A5
conservation week-
Schools
throughout
here and
say it is
mess of
id track.
1 reports
iuch luck
and May
ashrooms,
ning and
Three salesmen in a late
bile parked in front of Pat
shop seemed to be involved
card game. While one
called on the trade tl
played a game of two
When the third sales)
he took over a hand and
out on calls. All three
handed game going stroi
house before they drove
be all three high-pressu
merchant, calling on
Oldsmo
5 barber
in a big
the men
her two
ed bridge,
returned
ther went
the two
or several
ay. May
the same
in relays.
an worms. Ira Wilk
»e nice bass in Tawa
Buckeye pumping sta-
also made a good
magging his limit.
Here, There, and
Everywhere
Mrs. Ha
avin who
Bluffton,
in Phoenb
depend*
In the yel
that get*
in eem
for expert
rioting.
tonehill and son Don
visiting relatives ii
?turned to their homi
Mrs. Clara Beemer of Columbus
Grove is a patient in Lima Memorial
hospital.
Lee Morrison of Ada, paid an ex
press charge Saturday that read for
“one cat.” The bill was made out in
Florida and was correct when issued,
but somewhere twixt and tween, tab
by gave birth to six kittens. Attach
ed to the crate was an extra charge
of 12 cents for milk at Cincinnati, but
no extra charge for serving the fam-
Rev. and Mrs. Ray Seely of Colum
bus Grove attended the Lima Pil
grims club recently in the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Coovert in
Cairo. Rev. Seely attended the To
ledo-Lima District Minister’s meeting
held in Toledo, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of
Bluffton called on Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Bailey and family and Mrs. Cora
McGeorge at Lima, Sunday.
The Buckeye Coach and Mfg. Co.
of Beaverdam has a new shop super
intendent tn replace W. E. Dixon who
returned to Mississippi. The new
superintendent is Robert Fredrick of
Elkhart, Ind. Fredrick was formerly
superintendent at the Leggit Axel Co.
at Elkhart.
Philip Barrow who recently pur
chased the Shirley Pastry shop in
Columbus Grove underwent an oper
ation at Lima Memorial hospital on
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of
Bluffton were Sunday evening sup
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Marshall at Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Crawford of
near Dunkirk have moved nto the
tenant house of Dr. V. H. Allman
who has hired him for a year.
Gail Arnold is building a truck re
pair garage in the rear of the Sin-
There
TUF STATE WILL HAVE
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
TO OBSERVE ARBOR.
DAY APRIL 25
witt be
1
radio programs
about the import
ance OF CONSERV
ATION
1I5TEN FOR THEM-
clair gas station at Beaverdam.
The Hower garage and gas station
in Rawson recently distroyed by a
tornado is being rebuilt.
Mr. and Mrs. George Heffner who
live near Akron are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Amstutz. They formerly
lived east of Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Downey of
Beaverdam purchased the property of
Eugene House north of Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. House and family ex
pect o move to Florida.
The new factory at Pandora is fast
being completed. It is a one story
building and will be used to manu
facture storm doors and windows.
Nol ice
Have your Sing
repaired by factor
ics. Genuine singt
repair other make
mates given. All
Our representative
Monday each week
sewing machine
trained mechan
parts used. We
I, too. Free esti
work guaranteed,
will be in Bluffton
Phone or write:
Singer Sewi
114 W. Mar
ig Machine Co.,
Let St., Lima, Ohio
.ima phone 4-1271
NOTICE
LEGAL
In the Court of
County, Ohio. Mary
vs. Russell J. Saunders
38153. The defendant,
known place of residr)
plaintiff, will take noti
25th day of March, 19
'the Court of Common I
Ohio, against the defi
vorce. The defendant
on or before May 20,
said action will be fol
8 Mari
of Alton
Plaintiff
Case No.
and last
union Pleas
C. Saunders.
Defendant.
whose address
•e is unknown to the
e that plaintiff, on the
5. filed l.ci petition in
Pleas of Allen County,
idant, praying for di
is required to answer
1948, after which date
hearing.
C. Saunders, Plaintiff
NOTICE
Tommie Wishorp,
residence was Ct
hereby notified tha'c
has filed her petition
other equitable relief,
neglect of duty and
Number 38185 of the
Allen County, Ohio,
be for hearing o
the date of the fii
v hose last known place
hi trahoochee. Florida, is
Frankie Mae Wishorp,
against her divorce and
,|on the grounds of gross
Extreme cruelty, in Case
Common Pleas Court of
pnd that said cause will
or about six weeks from
■t publication of this notice.
FRANCIS W. DURBIN,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 301, Dominion Bldg.
Lima, Ohio 5
AND
Bl ELECTRIC
REPAIR WORK
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Complete Supplies
for House Wiring
Lighting Fixtures
Appliances
Mumma Electric Shop
Carl Mumma I
122 North Main /W
YOUR HOME PROTECTED
IDS?
AGAINST ALL THESE Hi
The usual standard covei
fire and windstorm but the Farm
Bureau Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of
Columbus, Ohio offers you fire and
"extended coverage" which include*
Insurance against loss or damage
by all of the hazards shown above.
PAUL E. WHITMER, Agent
245 W. Grove St. Phone 350-W|
Bluffton, Ohio
Country Route
t-
John E.
^hio
Your Su
Democr
Candidal
ALLEN* CO NTY
Primary, May 4, 1948
A. J. Lutterbein, R. R. 15, Lima. Ohio
commercialized ganjbling,
deputies serving as
THURSDAY, APRIL
rvice—a phone call
brings our ti/uck to your door.
Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohio
1948
BREESE
Republican Candidate
Registered Professional
Engineer and Surveyor
Primary Tuesday, May 4, 1948
vport Will Be Appreciated
Luttorboin
1
Your Support Will Be
Appreciated
I believe in holiest law enforcement. I am opposed to
I do not approve of officers or
bouncers’ in night clubs or taverns.
I believe that lima and Allen County need a thorough
house cleaning. If ether law enforcement officers will co
operate, it can be ddne.
ALLEN COUNTY
Republican Ticket
Primary, May 4, 1948
H. T. Morris, Route 3, Lima, Ohio
VOTE FOR
PLAUGHER
Republican Candidate for
SHERIFF
ALLEN COUNTY
Primary, May 4, 1948
Ewrto I. Plaugher.
Up To You
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