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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1948
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Lawn & Elm Streets
Jorg’s Better Bred Started
Chicks in Stock May 5
Rock-Red Crossbred pullets 2 weeks od
AAA White Rock pullets 2 weeks old
AAA New Hampshires 1 week old
White Rock cockerels 4 days old
Master Mating White Leghorn pullets 3 days old.
Hatches every Monday and Thursday through
May and June. Place your order now.
Conkey’s Starter and Pufina Startena..........$6.25 Per Cwt.
Growing Mash.............. j............. .$5.75 Per Cwt.
Jorg Hatchery
Bluffton, Ohio Phone 182-W
Highest Market Price for
Poultry and Eggs
Country Route Service—a phone call
brings our truck to your door.
Charles Kinsinger
PHONE 492-W
iFLfiTLUX
Apply with the BPS FLATLUX BRUSH.
ONE GALLON PAINTS
THE AVERAGE ROOM
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GREDING HARDWARE
rI purchased my F-7 Ford in February,”
leports Chester Fields of Dayton, Ohio. "To
late, maximum payload has been 53,000
pounds average has been well in excess
45,000 pounds.
*’Of the many other makes of trucks I now
wn, none can equal the performance of my
F-7 Ford. Performance and economy have
een amazing.”
I Sensational reports on the new F-7 and
1-8 Ford BIG JOBS are being fired in from
Everywhere. Men who know trucks claim
1,000 miles per month for months on end
fiith no time out payloads over 50,000
pounds power that leaves other trucks
fating dust ... a mile of full-load travel on
ibout a pint of gasoline.
Bluffton, Ohio
“TSe O/L/
One coat covers most any surface
Goes on smoothly ... no laps or brushmarks
Dries fast to a flat, glareless finish
No offensive odor Use room the same day
Washable with soap and water
Beautiful lime-proof and fade-propf colors
A real Oil paint not thinned with water
■NT PAINT
"In excess of 45,DOO IbsPoyload
..on my new FORD F-7 BIG JOB”
FDRD
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Here it is—the merry month of
May .with glamorous May queens
—May poles and May days—not to
mention May nights when the cou
ples stroll along College road just
off the campus and cute little
May1 baskets and commence
ments and sweet girl graduates
and peach and cherry trees
bursting into bloom and corn
planting and fishing and
wallpapering—you’ll be lucky if you
don’t have to do it yourself not
to forget garden and lawn mowing
and there was Tuesday’s pri
mary which made scarcely a ripple
of interest—some too busy
little interested to go to the
others overawed by the size
ballot containing names of
dates of whom they knew little or
nothing—and so goes the primary—
referred to as one oi democracy’s
foundation stones.
Two adj’oinin
acre each.
House and bar
or too
polls—
of the
candi-
A lot of Bluffton people are figur
ing on vacations this summer if the
DeVier Property
lots, one
a on one lot.
683 South
[ton, Ohio.
House numbe
Main Street, Blu
Address:
ERNEST
123 E. IV
hDEVIER
tKibben St
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Lima, Oh
Mother’
Whitn an’s
Chocolates
A. Hauenstein & Son
The Comer Drug Store
Roadside Report
tester Fields
Doylon, Ohio
Srttl HAULER I
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New Heavy Duty Quadrax Axles
F-7 Hypoid, F-8 Two-Speed
A Big Tires up fo 10.00-20 on F-8,
up to 9.00-20 on F-7
A- New Heavy Duty F^ve-Speed Transmission
A Big Rear Brakes, Vacuum Actuated,
16-in. by 5-in. on F-8
Builf and Warranted for G.V.W. Ratings of
21,500 Lbs., y 9,000 Lbs.
On F-8 On F-7
Nationwide Service From Over 6400 Ford Dealers
Bonus.
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BIXEL MOTOR SALES
9 TRUCKS
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Listen to the Ford Theater, Sunday Afternoons—NBC network. See your newspaper tor time and station
131 Cherry Street Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio
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Your Ford Dealer invites you to listen to the Fred Allen Show Vundsy Evenings—NBC network*
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
number of outboard motors in town
is any indication. Estimates place
the figure at about 30. The out
board motor, as you know, is the
standby of fishermen—it’s portable,
quickly installed and converts a row
boat into a motor craft for all prac
tical intents and purposes. A hard
to-get item during the war, outboards
are now obtainable with a half-dozen
local dealers handling them. They
are usually 3 Vi horsepower and cost
new about $120 average. Outboards
up to 5 horsepower will be permitted
on the Buckeye this summer.
The Herb Siefields, having a pub
lic sale Saturday afternoon, are plan
ning to hit the Oregon trail next
week. Herb, erstwhile Bluffton bak
er, is all set for the trip having re
cently acquired a jeep station wag
on, the modern streamlined version
of the prairie schooner of days of
the ’49 gold rush. They expect to
locate permanently in Oregon where
their daughter Jean lives.
Eugene Leatherman, 25-year-old
World War II veteran, received last
Thursday the first state bonus check
to arrive in Bluffton. It w
$400 the maximum amount,
erman, who has his personal
stored
North
charge
navy,
member of the standing n
was recently recalled to a
being now in the South
The check was forwarded
at the Johnson apartments on
Main street, received his dis
in 1945 after 6 years in the
He continued, however, as a
erve and
ive duty,
First checks were mailed from
Columbus last Wednesday
are arriving here this wee
basis of an average of $3(
veteran, Allen county’s
8,000 ex-G. I.’s will rece
2% million dollars.
Of SMALL GRAINS, FLAX,
CORN, AND PASTURES
CONTROL WEEDS
WITH
NO
MO la
A PROVEN
ESTER FORMULATION
OF 2,4-D
Proved on more than 500,000 farm acres
penetrates weed leaves within 5
minutes—won’t wash off!
Claant fields for higher yields!
Goes on fast—farmers spray 7 fa 15 acros
per hour!
Goes far—% pint to 2 pints In 5 gaHoM
of water covers 1 aero when applied by
proved new method. Use light, low-soot
spray attachment.
Ftff
BULLETINS.
a wre
scription of
near Terre
See your farm apply
dealer today for free information bulletin* on
Weed-No-More and newlow-gaUonage epray
ing. Or write direct to Agricultural Chemicals
Division, 1202 Midland Bldg., Cleveland 1,O.
PRODUCT OF
MERWIN
WILLIAMS
s JI
RESEARCH
C. F. Niswender
Bluffton, Ohio
Rose
Mr.
son of Lima.
z
a cyclone that swept
rhe farming district
the night be-
Greensburg, Ind.,
reminiscent of the
that swept north
March tor
of Bluffton,
cows and
for the
’recked barns
a corner of
their coop
As dusk approached
es were seen trathe‘ring
night in the ruins of w
mid chickens huddled ini
the foundation where
iously had stood.
yer of Bluff
a trans-At­
Pi esident L. L. Ramse
ton college who made
lantic flight home from Europe last
summer did some local flying last
Saturday as a passenger in an Aer
onca with one of his students, Dick
Alderfer at the controls. Alderfer,
a college sophomore, is a graduate
student in the .1. flight training
rport.
program at the Bluffton
They flew over town and I
seyer snapped colored
tures of the campus,
the college who have
with Alderfer include
Dean, Prof. Carl
Zimmerman and a
as for
Leath
effects
busy pk
com i n
ros
bij
Englan
hrider, Jr., of Hi
ils next Mondav
home folks.
The Bluffton woman
hen
Atlantic,
o him.
nd many
On the
for each
estimated
e nearly
are all
regaled
Bluffton mushroom hunter
agog since Clayton Murray
them with a detailed
mushrooms he found
Haute, Ind., last Saturday,
happened when Clayton and his fam
ily of West Elm street and the Peter
Beerys of Lima went for a weekend
visit at the George Mosers in Terre
Haute. On Saturday aft
Clayton, Pete and George ou
cross country tramp ran intc
of mushrooms”—106 of them
tual count, a half-dozen of
measured 6 inches in length
inches in diameter. Of coui
know’ the rest—there was
mushroom dinner at the Mosers on
Sunday.
on a
“gobs
by ac
which
and 2
se you
a big
Boost
Yields
came
two years ago as a British war
was Miss Marie Cullen of
sby, Lincolnshire. The couple
in England and her
w employed at the C.
implement store.
ack to the party—with
effective in England,
get
the matter of providing refreshments
at a party is something that takes
a lot of planning and members of
the family and friends have been
pooling their ration coupons to pro
vide materials for a big cake which
is to be the center of attraction—
and remember, cakes are not com
mon in England these days.
Just to give you an idea of current
British rationing, weekly allotment
per person of 2 ounces of butter and
the same amount of margarine and
about 20 cents worth of meat. .And
at it takes
cake—and
person per
any cook will tell you th
eggs to make a good
there’s one fresh egg per
month.
Armorsville
doser
Mr. and Mrs. Victc
daughter called at the
home, Thursday evenii
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
son Keith were Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
s. Eva Moser
ila called Sunday afternoon on
and Mrs. Lysle McCarty and
guc
?r.
and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edinger and
daughter of Dayton spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mont
gomery.
Chester Moore and son Bob of
Pestola, 111., visited his brother
Harry Moore and family and his
father W. I. Moore of near
this week.
'lew'*
Carey
Morris Moser spent Sunday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs.
and daughter of Ada.
Victor Moser
Klingler and
E. Klingler
W. I. Moore
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
son. Mr. and Mrs.
called on Mr. and Mrs.
of near Carey. Sunday
FOK
^complete
PROTECTION
PAUL E. WHITMER, Agent
245 W. Grove St. Phone 350-W
Bluffton. I Ohio
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farm-separated cream also
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