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Complete Line of Garden Equipment Garden Plows
Hoes Shovels etc. i
When you think of hardware, thiiik of us.
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Bluffton Farm Equipment Co.
E. F. SCHMIDT, Rrop.
Massey-Harris Sales an Service
105 East Elm Street
OPEN SATURDAY EVfcNINGS
IT’S TRAVELING TIME!
show you some of
mobiles we have
De Soto Dclux Tudor Seain
Pontiac Four Door Sedan I
Ford Sedan Coupe
Chevrolet Club Coupe
Chevrolet Fleetline Four Di
Mercury Club Coupe
Chevrolet Four Door Seda i
Ford Tudor Sedan
Chevrolet Aero Sedan
Studebaker Commander
Buick Special Sedanette
Plymouth Tudor Sedan
Plymouth Coupe
Pontiac Tudor Sedan
Hudson Uommodore “8” Colipe
Dodge Four Door Sedan I
Ford Coupe I
Buick Club Coupe
Ford Tudor Sedan
Studebaker Champion Club Sedan
Studebaker Commander Fot|r Door
Oldsmobile Tudor Sedan
Buick Special Tudor Sedan
Chevrolet Tudor Sedan
Buick Sport Coupe
Plymouth Four Door Sedan
Chevrolet Tudor Sedan
Packard Coupe
Plymouth Coach
Terraplane Four Door
Studebaker Four Door Sedan
Chevrolet Coupe
Chevrolet Tudor Sedan
Oldsmobile Coupe
Oldsmobile Four Door Sedan
Chevrolet Four Door Sedan
1947 James Motorcycles
Dodge l/2 ton Panel Delivery Truck
Ford 1‘/2 ton Stake Truck
the Fine Auto
n hand
»oor SedanK
'iur Door Sedan
COATES MOTOR SALES
Corner of Vine and St. Johns Avenue in Lima, Ohio
PHONE 37271
Bluffton college nine defeated
Cedarville in a tight game on the
Beaver diamond Monday afternoon
by a score of 5 to 2, after the
Burckymen had dropped an 11 to 0
decision to Toledo university at To
ledo last Wednesday.
Against Cedarville, Hearne, veter
an Bluffton hurler, pitched five-hit
ball to rack up his second consecu
tive victory of the season. He was
in trouble only in the fifth inning
when the visitors got their two tal
lies.
Bluffton was scoreless until the
sixth frame wrhen the Beavers broke
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and
family were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes and
Joanne. Mr. and Mrs. Clint More
head called in the evening.
The Community meeting will be
held at the Community house this
Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and
family were Sunday evening supper
A. Strat-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
ton and family.
Mrs
Gallant and Mrs.
Monday
Millie
Mr
day
Red Key,
Mr.
ed on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston
and sons called on Mr.
Kenneth Chidester, Friday
Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Jennings and son were Mr.
and Mrs. Ted Shindeldecker, Lima,
Mrs. Magdalene Bowers and Mr.
and Mi's. Winston Jennings and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach
and family entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Verl Reichenbach and family Sunday
dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zim
merman and family in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kohli are
the proud parents of a baby girl at
the Bluffton hospital last Friday.
Mrs. Daisy Pfeiffer, Mrs. Williams
of Rawson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Gallant of Findlay spent Sunday
afternoon at the Owens home.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Younkman
and family, and Francis Younkman
called on Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younk
I man Sunday afternoon.
He that falls in love with himself
will have no rivals.
D. C. BIXEL, O.
GORDON BIXEL,
122 South Main St.. Bluffton
EYESIGHT SPECIAL
Office Houra: 9:00 A. M.—
Open Evenings Wed. & Sat.
Bluffton,
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Margaret
Bell were
of Mrs.
Peiffer, Mrs.
Kathryn
afternoon callers
Stratton.
s. Mildred Gleason spent Thurs
and Friday with relatives at
... Indiana.
and Mrs, Cecil Hartman call-
Hartman,
Jennings
and Mrs,
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton were
dinner guests Sunday of Jess Strat
ton and Mrs. Cynthia Troup.
Miss Martha Coulter spent
w'eekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Garau and son.
Mrs. Etta Yant spent Wednesday
with her daughter Mrs. Esther Hart
man.
Past week callers at
Hilty home were Mr. and Mrs.
ter Cross of Ada, Mr.
and
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Kunert,
Upper Sandusky were Sunday even
ing dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Gleason and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son called on Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Eyer, Sunday evening. Mrs. 'Eyer
who has been seriously ill is greatly
improved.
Weekend callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Phillips were Mrs. Earl
Younkman and daughters. Mrs. Chet
Long and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Younk
man and family.
LONG
LOCAL AN
DISTANCE
Every Load Insured
AULING
STAGER BROS
Blufftov, Ohio
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PORT
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Phone 168-W 1
Beaver Nine Bests Cedarville ICoiiegeNine Loses
Monday At College Field, 5-2 Tojindlay, 5-0
Bluffton__
Cedarville __
Rockport
Richard Cupp
Sunday with his
and other
Cupp
Mra.
Lynne
guests
shall.
Lvsle
of
of
and Mrs. Ernest Freet.
BTS
i:»0 P. M.
:00 to 8:0®.
toon.
Closed Thursday Aftej
Francis Basinger* D. D. S
Evan Basinger,
Telephone
D.S.
1-W
hio
ihoto
ig. films,
(plies
Studio
Bluffton
CEMETERY
MEMORIALS
REMEMBER
MEMO UAL DAY
with his Tribute
of El ernal Love
A. Stratton
543 S. Main pt. Phone 413-Y
Bluffton, Ohio
if Columbus spent I Findlay
inther, Mrs. Walter! Bluffton
and daughter
e weekend
Orlo Mar-
and Mrs
Mr
Mr. and___
daughter Elizabeth of this place and
Henry Wilson of
entertained at dinner
home of Mr. and Mrs
an in Dayton, in I
Campbell’s birthday 2
Mrs, D. C. Campbell and
Edgar Begg, who
led the discussi
for Farm
Burt
Huff!
Mrs. Don
evening.'
Mr. and
company wdth Mr
Huser of Bluffton,
last Tuesday eveni
Star inspection.
Mrs. W
Franklin Maybei
of Columbus were
the home of Mr.
berry.
the
Mrs. Eugene V
C. Marshall and Mr
shall of
meeting
Bluffton
Herbert
evening.
Harrod
of the 1
when thf
Marshall
Earl
the
Mrs.
Chas. Montgomery and daughter Sue
Mrs. Gilbert Fett, Mr. and Mi'S.
Harold Montgomery and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Triplehorn.
Mr. and Mrs.
Jefferson and Miss
of Elkhart, Ind., spe
with Mr, and Mrs.
and son John.
id
Mr. and Mi's. K. K. Huber calle*
at the Ellis Vandemark home,
day evening. Mrs. Huber was
a guest Friday evening at
bridal shower of Miss Betty Reams
given by Mrs. Muriel Reams.
Fri
also
the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arras spent
Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Stratton.
Writes to Pre
J.
Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill,
A. J. B. Longsdorf an
Keel of Bluffton. Mr
and Mr. and Mrs.
callers in the Orlo
Sunday.
^1
Farm Bureau Cou
meet Thursday evening of next weekl
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Van Meter.
Mrs. Herbert Marshall will be
hostess for the May meeting of the
Presbyterian Missionary society,
Wednesday afternoon of next w’eek.
The following program wilt be pre
sented: Devotions. New Roads, Mrs.
“The Moderator. ,.^,1 wnrirx?
Goes”, Mrs. Edgar Begg “It Isn’t!
c, __ __
-th.:—divorce
So H«iid IS I nink Viltnl Conunor. Pleas Court® Alton Giunty,
Huber. I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green of| Rfter June 21 194b- riurK
Lima were weekend guests of Mr.l-,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huber were I
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.I
Brooks- Huber in Mansfield.
Mr. Wilbur Lentz,!
daughter Phyllis and Joan Van!
Meter Sunday dinner guests 4'1 I
Mr. and Mrs.
Tontogany.
Notice
Phone or write:
Singer Sewing Machine Co.,
114 W. Market Sf., Lima, Ohio
LEGAL NOTICE
Mary
LEGAL
NOTICE
Wi
prices
pose last known place
pahoochee, Florida, is
Frankie Mae Wishorp,
igainst her divorce and
in the grounds of gross
itreme cruelty, in Case
Jommon Pleas Court of
id that said cause will
abou'e six weeks from
hereby notified tha’c
has filed her petition
other equitable relief,
neglect of duty andi
Number 38185 of the
Allen County, Ohio, i
be for hearing on o:
the date of th.
first i ublication of this notice.
FRANCIS W. DURBIN.
Attorney for Plaintiff
i uite 301. Dominion Bldg.
Lima, Ohio 5
Dress ijiaking and
tailoring,
re- stylin
holes.
alterations,
button
Reasonable
Estimates iGivcn Free
For Prompt Service
Call
Harvey M. Bauman
Phone 545-T
or write.
P. O. Box 9, Bluffton. Ohio
I Last Saturday the Beaver nine
I traveled- to Findlay to engage the
loose to cross the plate four times.! “Oilers” of Findlay College in the
Another run was added in the! first of two games between the
seventh to further clinch the victory. I schools, only to be shut out 5 to 0.
Gleason, Tice and Gratz each club-1 The first five innings saw the
bed out tw’o safeties in Bluffton’s| game develop into a pitchers’ battle
nine-hit assault.
I between Hartman of the locals, and
un-l Kesatie of Findlay, with the score
the I standing at 0-0. Going into the last
and I of the fifth, the Oiler’s pitcher
go-1 sounded off with a home run deep
At Toledo, Bluffton again was
able to match the strength of
team from the larger school,
the locals got only two hits in
ing down to defeat, 11 to 0. Fritchie into center field, followed shortly by
and Hearne worked on the
for the Beavers.
mound I Carter’s score
I
tired.
HI In the sixth
•’I
fqr a scoreless
5|
lay nine
I
before the side re-
both teams tightened
inning but the Find-
recovered in the seventh
the
to score two, and in the last of
eighth added the final run.
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Honored On Birthday
The 81st birthday anniversary of
Mrs. Florence Kepner April 25 wras
Columbus were| marked with a gathering of friends
Sunday in the! and relatives at her home here where
Delmer Reag-I a basket dinner was enjoyed at noon,
honor^ of Mrs.! present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hom
ie /.hairmnn „fl er Elwood and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen County,! Lester Binkley, Ada Elza Elwood,
in that subject! Kenton Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swick
Council No. 4[ant| sons Bob and Miss Nedra Col
me of Mr. and|.
1 rt Wednesday! *on’ Dayton.
I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elwood and
E. Marshall, ini son, Dola Rev. and Mrs. John El
md Mrs. Hiramlwood and family, Richwood Mrs.
i’thC°E,nittOri| 1)elbeit Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ross
or e 'as einl ]rwjn and family, Bluffton Mr. and
and lady friend! Mrs. Elza Kohli and family, Lima.
Sunday guests in|
and Mrs. Guy May-
I
I
In Memuriam
an Meter, Mrs. F.
Kenneth Mar-.
guests at al *n memory of our dear son, jr
ettia Club ofl Adrian Leo Basinger who w
let w'ith Mrs..I May 4, 1945, on Okinawa.
Three years of silent sorrow’
Three years of grief and pain
id Miss Mi!dred| j,
s. Walter Cuppl Our hearts are 83(1 and lonely
Igar Begg were Since you went to your new home
Marshall home.
You left us very quickly
M. Finley ofl God called and you must go
Beckv Marshall! You couldn’t even say goodbye
nt 'Y®ek end! And dear son, Leo, we miss you
113101(1 xViai snail
i
Loving and kind in all your wi
Upright and just to the end of y
days
Sincere and true in heart and mi
A beautiful memory you left behi
Sadly missed by his pare
and family.
nr nr I LEGAL i
terian women, Mrs.I ____NOTICE
Cupp “Where the Money!
1
Versi* Mae Hunt. tar notifie-ii
wmiam Roy Hunter has hied bin petit«
»tid said cause will be for hearing
I_
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Have your Singer sewing machine
repaired by factory trained mechan
ics. Genuine Singer parts used. We
repair other makes, too. Free esti
mates given. All work guaranteed.
Our representative will be in Bluffton
Monday each week.
I I
in
is
Lima/phone 4-1271
of Allen
rt of Common Pleas
Mary C. fSaunders,
ns unknown to the
piat plaintiff, on the
■filed her petition in
sas of Allen County,
mt, praying for di
required to answer
1148, after which date
nearing.
fc. Saunders, I’lairitgT
residnee
e notice
■h, 1948J
plaintiff, will
25th day of
Yhe Court o
Ohio, again
vorce. The
on or befor
said action
3
Common Pj
the defend
defendant to
e May 20,
will lie for
the
Ohio,
n or
against her Case Wo. 38190/
Attorney fo/ rtaintiff
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Bpnds by
Flexible »feel «1ah with rvtf
proofed baked enamel finish
Imak* these blinds a low cost
'investment In comfort and
beauty that will last as Jong
at your house. For Intfcrma
tion and service, ptfona
Basingir’s Furniture Store
Forty-file Years of Dependable
Service
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ice
Elec
Sei
Commercial and House
Wring
Electrical Repair
DEMAND KNOW-HOW
ne
con wrap a package
:hange ... but to prop*
und a prescription i*
of education, training
Almost on4
end make!
erly compj
quires yeai
and expedience, plus thorough
xomtnatiin by the state. Pre­
scriptions demand know-how. We
have h.
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
Proscription Pharmacy
APPLES
Prices Reduced
$1.50 and $2.00 per Basket
Augsburgcr fruit farm
2 miles south of Bluffton
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1948
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
Remember Mother with a Gift on
Mother's Day—next Sunday, May 9
An unusually complete selection of appropriate
Gifts for Mother’s Day:
Pictures Lamps Ornamental Shades
Mirrors Clothes Hampers
Sewing Cabinets
Shop our store today—you will find many more
appropriate gifts for mother.
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-six Years of Dependabe Service
A MONEY MAKING SPRAYER
«wi iwwrx******
K
FITS EVERY GENE
EQUIPMENT for
The experimental period is
over. Responsible farmers
have put their stamp of ap
proval on 2-4D pressure weed
spraying. The. cost is
LOW and the K-Spray’s
many uses save you big
money. Since 1885, Kup
fer has been known for
quality. Easy to install.
Easy to use. K-Spray
fits any tractor, truck,
jeep or wagon. Adjustable for
both high and low volume.
Quick automatic tank filling.
(Year round uses. Don’t buy
PRAY
ALL
AL NEED
griculture Spraying
KILL WEEDS with 2-4D and
INSECTS with DDT. Wash
cars-equipment, spray white
wash, fight fires, spray DDT
a spray till you see K-Spray. crops. FREE literature.
and other insecticides.
K-Spray has the exclu
sive hinged boom boom
swings parallel to row
crop tractor. Pull one
SINCE 88j
KUPFE
PRODUCTS
71-1 or confined space. No
demounting. Hand spray
boom (pictured above) ideal
for fence rows, corners, shrub?
and gardens. Kill weeds BE
FORE, they damage youi
E. F. SCHMIDT, Prop.
lluffton phone 260-W 105 East Elm Street
Massey-Harris Sales and Service
Open Saturday Night

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