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Major league play is in full swing at the field, with the Sportsmen’s club leading the pack with four straight wins. Because of rain church league play has been unable to get under way, and the minor league has been able to complete only one game. Major League Standing June 12 Team W Sportsmen 4 0 Swank 2 2 Tool 2 2 College 0 4 Gift Elienbi Harmon Field Softball League News Minor League Mathewson 1 0 Dunifon 1 0 Hankish 9 1 Ewing 0 1 Games I^ast Week Major League Sportsmen 14 College 3 Tool 10 Swank 3 Sportsmen 18 Tool 1 Swank 13 College 1 Games Next Week Monday Presbyterian vs Mennonite Reformed vs Methodist Tuesday Hankish vs Mathewson Dunifon vs Ewing Wednesday Tool vs Sportsmen College vs Swank Thursday" Swank vs Tool Friday Mathewson vs Ewing Dunifon vs Hankish Afternoon Program Afternoon attendance ha: is. Boys outnumber derably in afternoon Corry Field, stifled that Opal against him for he rfrot ids of gross neg cruelty. in Case in Pleas Court of it said cause will publication of this notice. FRANCIS W. DURBIN, Attorney for Plaintiff, Sinte 3il Dominion Bldg.. Lima, Ohio 14 COMING SOON June 18 HOLD YOUR HAT Dad Remember her’s Day, on Fa Sunday,June 20 Sugestions ther's Day for Fa ive-Master Electric Sh Shavei Electric Fl Thermos I Portable I Ba I room Electric II Electric Cl Flashlights of tie or Jug adio *dge Trimmers ck 11 rger Bros. Hotpoint GaAel^dl Season’^ Near for POISON IVY Take special care on picnics, hikes thru the woods, or wherever poison ivy may grow. Learn to recognize the leaf. If you contact it, apply an abundant lather of laun dry soap. Then Apply P. H. This double action antidote goes right to work—destroys the rhus toxicadendrol which causes the irritation. Get P. H. D. Today 7C Keep It Handy ijC A. Hauenstein & Son The Corner Drug Store Triplett Team Will Play Two Tilts Here Triplett softball team will play two home games during the next week, meeting LE Local, one of Lima’s best outfits, here on Friday night, and playing Harrod here next Tuesday. Slim Hetrick, formerly of Bluffton and one of Lima’s topflight hurlers, is on the mound staff of the UE Local outfit, and if experience of past years is born out likely will draw the assignment in the game here this week. The UE Local team is the one which formerly represented Lima Westinghouse in inter-city play, and includes many players well known to Bluffton fans. Harrod also has a strong outfit, but Bluffton holds one decision over con i on the team in an air-tight 4 to 2 test played earlier this seasoi the Harrod field. Beaverdam Miss Carol Clark of Lima was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and Miss Ellen Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Mrs. Kathryn Morris and daughter Harriet of Texas, Miss Grace Freet, Poling Ernest Mrs. 1 Freet, Mr. and Mrs. Fred cher of Bluffton, Mrs. Russel and children, Mr. and Mrs. Hall and family, Mr. and rancis Williams and family, Ralph Williams and and Mr: Vlrs. Frank Williams, lelvyn Arthur of Ada, Harold Williams and nd Mrs. Joe Rit and Mrs. Ray family and Mrs and Mr been very good, with games for all age the girls play- Mr. md dinner guests of Mr. Williams. This anniversaries of and Mi Dan and Miss Ruth Jenour Zim- were Sunday and Mrs. Wil was the birth Charles Freet William Williams and Mrs. T. 1 Robnolte, Mrs. •kee attended In te Chapter Order 194k, the Sales & Service St. Phone 255-T 105 S. Main /. Stirn, Mrs Kent Amstut Wednesday even Mr. and Mi’s. Richard Lutterbein spent the weekend at Indian River, Mich. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Solomon. Mrs. Paul Spyker of Columbus spent the past two weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Porter, daugh ters Nancv and Rachel of Pettisville were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. L. Dow Fauver. A Children’s Day program will be given at the Methodist church on Sunday morning, June 20th at 9.-00 p. m. Baptismal service will be held following the exercises and all par ents or children are invited to parti cipate. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson and fam ily at Pandora. Mrs. Chris Amstutz of Florida, Rev. and Mrs. L. Dow Fauver were Monday evenin" dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cook. CARD OF THANKS The family of Andrew Herrman wish to thank all of the relatives and friends for the beautiful flowers and the many kind expressions of sympathy extended during our re cent bereavement. LEGAL NOTICE 1 atkins, whose place of residence ia enth Avenue, Apartment 5, New York, rk, is hereby/notified that Ralph L. has filed his /petition against her for approval of alrrwment and all proper •n the grounds of three years’ willful ifeglect of duty, in case nt of Common Pleas of at Lima, Ohio. Said fl and decided after the beka from the first publi- absence and gros No. 38245 in the Jph L. Watkins, Plaintiff BJ CLARENCE C. MILLER, His Attorney, 504 Citizens Bldg., Lima, Ohio 11 -4--------------- AN ORDINANCE Fixing Salaries and Wages of Employees of the illage of Bluffton, Ohio, and repealing Ptevtuus ordinances inconsistent therewith. Blufftc ul -"-AlNED by Council of the Vil County of Allen, and State (fter the first of July, 1948, the Chief of Police be One Section 1: and Twenty-five Dollars ($125.00) able monthly. I'hat after the first of July, of the Night Police lie One y Dollars ($170.00) per month, y. That after the first of July, scale for skilled labor for the iffton, Ohio, shall be Ninety er hour, payable semi-monthly. That after 'the first of July, scale for common labor for Bluffton, Ohio, shall be Eighty er hour, payable semi-monthly, I'hat all ordinances and parts ir consistent herewith be and repealed that this ordinance n and after the earliest period sala: Hundred Seven payable month Section 3: 1948, the wag Village of Bl Cents ($ .90) Section 4: 1948, the wag the Village of Cents ($ .80) Section 5: of ordiaanceai the same arq take effect frd allowd by law June 7, 1948 Maggie Faj Indiana, and 46 Manor St the Ertete ..“cd. on thi her certain i within and foi of Ohio, allegi Fockler «ii*d leaving a wil probate by the Ohio, and on letters testam Court to the in doubt as will. i .A. R. BAKER, Mayor 9 IN THE PH RT OF ALLEN HHH Gert rude nad, of the Estate Execute! Foe kier. Plaintiff, et. al.. Defendant No. 23209 a:gal NOTICE »n. who resides Joe Fockler, who resides at M. Altadena. California, will nt lertrude Conrad, Executrix at Shirtey George Edward Fockler, De 14th day of June. 1948 filed etition in the Probate Court the County of Allen, and State ig that the said George Edward n the ffhh day of July, 1945, which was duly admitted to J’lobate Court of Allen County, !ie 8th day of October, 1945, ary were duly issued by said aintiff thaV the Plaintiff the true construction of said rst above mentioned ■will fur that they have been made Yo said petition for the eon will and that they are re the same on or before the The prayer Went and dire the true cons’r the duties of The IH’rsons ther take noth parties defends the Petition is for the judg on of the Court in regard to etion of said will and as to Plaintiff in the premises. quired to answ. 1 tth day of JTUgUSt. 1948. Gertrude Conrad, Executrix of the Estate of George Edward Fockler, Deceased—■ By: W. P. ANDERSON Attorney for Plaintiff. Triplett softball team added an other brace of victories to their growing string last week by beat ing Hardin Quarry at Kenton by a 6 to 2 score last Thursday night, then topping Findlay Gar Wood at Harmon field, 4 to 3, on Friday. Against Gar Wood Industries Friday, hind to Findlay the top Triplett Softball Team Cops Two More Wins In Week’s Play Lefty Bob King struck out six in giving up only four hits as the locals won over the Kenton aggregation. The Triplett crew got away to a two-run lead in the first inning, came up with two more in the third added another brace in the and seventh. Kenton’s two runs came in the fourth inning on a walk, a single and a fielder’s choice. Moser, Cotterman and Gratz paced the Triplett hitting attack, each ting two hits in four chances. the locals came from cop a 4 to 3 decision, after had gone ahead 2- to 1 in half of the fifth frame. that point, Spaeth and De Until put had locked in an air-tight hurl ing duel, in which Spaeth had the better of the going. Triplett had garnered one run in the second, which stood up until the fifth when Findlay got two runs on a walk, a hit and an error. jJoEHLEH Totals $69.75 s ”r k.. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO The locals came right back with two tallies on their half of the same frame to go out in fr singles by Gratz and a walk to Gleason sa tween. Bluffton then tally in the sixth oi Moser and Gratz. Moser, Gratz and got two hits for Blufft Triplett Moser, 2b Cotterman, ss .„ Gratz, cb Lewis, If Scoles, rf .... Gleason, lb Swank, 3b .......... Eikenbary, Stonehill, If King, ...... get- last be- Hardin Quarry Triplett Moser, 2b Cotterman, ss Gratz, cf Lewis, rf Gleason, lb __ Swank, 3b Stonehill, If Burkholder, Spaeth, .. FATHER Totals 27 Findlay Garwood 30 with another Swank each AB All-Star Football Tickets Are Available Requests for tickets for the North South high school all-star football game, in which Bluffton High tackle Jim Howe, will play at Canton on August 13, should be made early, Coach Kent Cotterman announced this w-eek. for the ducats should -be F. Lawrence, John Hr High School, at Canton. and the sent to A. Lehman Tickets sell at $2, $1.50, $1.25 $1. Money should accompany orders. IIMIHI will For the second year, Bluffton have a player on the all-star squad, and the school has an enviable rec ord in being the only Class school ever to place a man on the team. Last year, Bluffton’s Neil Schmidt was star of the game. for 24, of of Government grain purchases export, July 1, 1947, to May 1948, were 269,000,000 bushels wheat and the flour equivalent 68,500,000 bushels, 5,800,000 bushels of barley, 7,200,000 of oats, 4,700,000 of sorghums, and 912,400 of rye. Total wheat exported in the three years bushels. last about 1,275,000,000 course not €1 "Knotun for Fino Furniture ARMSTRONGS Pleasant View Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nye visited Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. Mace daughter Bonnie. Mrs. Henry Warren left Friday for Warren, Ohio, where she attended the wedding of Miss Reva Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sutter and family of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sutter of Bowling Green spent Sunday at the Rickly-Reichenbach home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and Mr. and Mrs. John Sheidler spent Sunday at Sandusky. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roselle of New Jersey visited last week in the C. J. Whisler home and other rela tives and friends. Mrs. Roselle is the former Miss Grace Whisler of this community. J. G. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. John Harris attended funeral services of their uncle, G. W. Harris at the Coldren Funeral Home in Findlay, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hazel Hummon of Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. I'J.. OEHLV.H Is. z. il It’s evening, and you’re preparing dinner when you hear, “I'm home dear, where are the children?” Is there anything more lovable and heart-warming? Of But wouldn’t your home give just a little more cheer ful welcome to your dear ones, friends and neighbors if furnished with new KROEHLER Cushionized Furniture like the one illustrated? May we suggest you see it in our store, exactly as sketched? NEW "?«A44M^ec/"CONSTRUCTION Now Kroehter gives you two com plete sets of springs in the back— and two complete sets of springs in the seat... more springs than ever before—mounted on sturdy hardwood frames and cov ered with lovely long wearing fabrics. New clean materials inside and out. It’s often said» You get more for your furniture dollar... than any dollar you spend' ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $9 for Horsey- According to sis Hogs according to BUCKEYE REDUCTION Phone M/ BRANCH OF FOS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1948 Ray Harris friends. of of Pendleton the home Rader and R,. $59.75 Bluffton, Ohio DacIdy/ and other relatives and REUNIONS 20th annua) reunion of the The Nicholas Schaublin family will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin, Sunday, June 27. Pres., Walter Schaublin sec., Evelyn Gratz. 10 The 11th annual reunion of the John Amstutz family will be held at the Pandora school, Sunday, June 20. pres., Fred Seyer sec., Kathryn Amstutz. Tractor fuel is laible to be scarce in some localities this summer al though oil companies say they will give farmers first chance at the fuel supply. Ohio State University agri cultural engineers claim 15 to 20 gallons of fuel per tractor can be saved by proper adjustment of car buretors and ignition systems. $11 for Cows and condition. /eize and condition. COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio 475 Collect •RIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC. DAY »r °.