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retson, Broker
arm Store
ider
lements and
Bluffton
& Son
tock
a Stockyards
int Service
Stand
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1948
$250.00 IN CASH
and Ribbons Awarded To Winners
Ribbons On All 4 Places in Each
of 12 Events
©PEN ENTRIES ON
ALL 12 EVENTS
1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Prizes Will Be Awarded
MOUNTED HORSEMEN ADMITTED FREE!
Entry Chairman: Forrest Herr, R. 2, Bluffton, O
Entries Close 7:30 P. M„ July 5th
ULY5tti
Meadow Gold Dairy
Our Products Serve the Bluffton Area
The Elk Restaurant
A Good Place to Eat in Bluffton
A & Super Market
The Citizens National Bank
The Bluffton City Market
MULTITUDE OF CONTESTS GRAND ENTRY PARADE
PONY RING RIDES FOR THE CHILDREN
ATTRACTION
NIGHT
HARMON FIELD, 730 P. M.
NORTHWESTERN OHIO’S MOST BRILLIANTLY LIGHTED FIELD
STEER RIDING BRONCO RIDING OBSTACLE RACING
WESTERN STOCK HORSE CLASS
CALF ROPING LADIES PLEASURE HORSE PONY EVENTS
Over 150 Horseman from Northwestern Ohio and Other States Competing
Music Curing Pregram by Elufftun Band
Conrad Bros.—Excavators Carma Theatre______
The Jorg Hatchery Basinger Furniture Store
v
Elsie’s Beauty Shop
Conaway Sohio Service Sta.
Art Amstutz Grocery
A. Hauenstein & Son
Basinger Funeral Home
Harvey Bauman Elec. Service
& Bar and Billiard Hall
N\l’
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
MUSICAL KEGS
BALLOON AND RELAY RACING
RODEO ADMISSION
Adults 65c
Children Up to 12 Years 25c
STADIUM and BLEACHER SEATS 25c EXTRA
Federal and State Tax Included
PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN FREE
LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS
Bluffton Cement Block, Inc.
Mfgrs. of Brikcrete and Concrete Tile
Face and Backup Brick Bldg. Materials
Stauffer Pure Oil Station
Fett’s Hardware
Johnson’s Barber Shop
The Farmers Grain Co.
Dealers in Grain, Coal, Feeds and Seeds
Habegger Hi-Speed Service
Geiger & Diller Clothiers
To Appear Here
Grayson Terry Augsburger
Vocalist
Augsburger Brothe
and Mrs. Wm,
Wheaton, Ill., wh
program at the
church, Friday night at 8 o’clock.
Mr.
daugh
Mr. i
son.
day
Augsburger of
will appear in a
First Mennonite
Pleasant Hill
Mrs.
pent
Mrs.
md
Mr.
Mr
amil
The
’loyce Erne
on Mr. an
Riehl
■ning,
held ai
day e
supper
Mr.
Sunday.
Saturday
Lillie Fett
it an
Mn
called
tier and far
son David
Robert Kli
Wednes
weekend
higan.
Bell
i nd Mrs. Maurice
were Sunday dinn
rs. Harold
school reunit
nd Grange 1Hall,
were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc
Gratz, Wedn
Leslie Thompson and son
Norman and Richard Younkman
spent Monday with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younk
man.
and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
tended a birthday dinner Sun
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Adams at Kalida in honor
Trge Evers, Gerald and Darrell
Huber’s birthday’s. Lari
returned home with them
the week.
and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark ai
were Wednesday evening di
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Huber and son. Evening callers
were Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hubei
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Hauenstein
family of Ada.
Lee
Adam
spend
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber
on Mr. and Mrs
of Lima, Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Clara Jennings spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Jennings and son.
Jim and Bob Stratton were Sun
day dinner guests of their grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Orton Strat
ton. Afternoon callers were Mr. and
Mrs. Henrv Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilty were
Sunday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs,
Maurice Bell and family.
inday supper guests of Mr. and
Cecil Hartman and family were
and Mrs. Peter Hartman.
and Mn
Mrs.
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings
and son were Sunday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shindcl
decker of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber were
Thursday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son.
Mr. and
and family
dinner gues
Al thaus.
Monday
Leonard
Mrs. Dwiv’
Mr. and
Hiram
Mr. and
Mrs. Wil'
Mr. and
and Mr*
Canada.
Mrs. Clyde Hauenstein
were Sunday evening
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
ening callers at the
home were Mr. and
7aily, Mrs. Clouser and
Wm. Clouser.
Hers of Mr. and Mrs.
bach and family and
Eugene Kohli were:
mons of Stryker, Mr.
Geisel and family,
Leslie Aberle. Mr.
n Ikx of Ontario,
I Mrs. Peter Bixel,
Trinlett’s ra mnafirinsr sc ftball
romped to its sixth wm it a rov
Friday night at Harmcn fiel
scoring a 10 to 1 victor v over
viously unbeat en Lima UE Loci
Slim Metric k, former Blufft
who started n the mou nd fo
visitors was n it freely, A-hich
led with some weird fielding i
early stages o' the game, gave
ton a wide
threatened.
the local bats
Moser, Cot
4- XS MWM n
ailed on Mr.
John Rocki of Detroit calk
and
day.
Mr. and Mrs.
ed at the Cecil
day afternoon.
r.
27th. Bas
Huber
Mrs. 1
ind Mrs.
Delawdr
the past week w
and Mrs. H. O.
Miss Margaret
wer
McCaff
Sunday
callers
Mrs
and Miss Nellie
Hubei
Hosa
fros and Andy Stauffer of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz
daughter Sharon called on Mr.
Mrs. Leonard
evening-.
and
and
and
day
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Reich
are parents of a sen born at
Memorial Hospital one
week.
Mr.
and
and
Arthur Phillips,
Younkman, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Guy
Mrs
Norman and Richard Younkman at
tended the Silver Wedding Annivers
ary of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Younk
man of Ada, Sunday afternoon.
Triplett Romps Over Lima UE
Local, 10-1, For Sixth In A Row
lead that never
The Triplett nine teed off for
runs in the first inning, one i
second a noth er in the third
then climaxed
their hittmg sj
In the last
nd
each got two safeties i n Blu
11-hit attack Gleason sn:
with a home run and a double
(’otterman atid Moser also I
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dil er,
JU'S. Orton tratton, Mr. anc
Homer Keichenbach and son
and Mrs. Wi liam Reicl cnhacr
and Mrs. Giert Zimmerman anc
and family. Mr. Joh
Dailey, Mr. and
Jar
an and child
Mrs. Arthui
Earl You
Armorsville
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartm
inday dinner guests of Mr. s
Ervin
Mr.
sons of Rev.
Hartman
and
and fi
Hub
eenir
Berdell
Sunday
Mrs. Ivan Montgo
Mr. and Mrs. Terry
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
and Mr. and .Mrs.
Mrs. O. P. Hartman called
Dora Hartman and Miss Ma
man. Monday afternoon.
has
Emans and family took Sunday
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
on Mr
ian
Mrs
Mr. and
s home.
and Mrs. H.
and Mr. and
called Friday
s. Harold Y
.nd Mrs. C. E. Kiir
Mr
gue
Hilty
on will
S
ler
Sunday afl
left Monda
Pandora
Harry Schumacher is spending th
week in Philadelphia
Republican Nations
This the the third
tended.
Miss
and
and
lied
Ellis Vandemark
Myron Vandemark and Miss Jane
Marshall of Lima were married
Saturday afternoon and are on their
wedding trip through the western
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Herr called on
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman and
daughters Sunday afternoon. Mar
cene and Anna returned home with
their grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and son
called on Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell
and family Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and
son were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Trout of
Beaverdam.
Paul Hilty
Janet 1Krohn,
FrantzI
week.
Leroy Crow is
at Bluffton hospi
Low

iWWpllf
■Vs
of the
Sub-divi to th
day las
a attending the
al Convention
one he has at-
The
Meth
are attending the
Camp at Celina,
surgical patient
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PAGE FIVE
ene Beach, handicapped by a soro
ian or more than a month, made
his first start since the opening game,
and hurled air-tight ball to set the
visitors down with only four hits. He
iitxtfr "as in trouble and Lima’s only
run was on a four-base clout. In four
of nine innings, he set the visitors
down in order.
Triplett AB
Moser, 2b. __ 5 3 2
Cotterman, ss. 4 12
Gratz, cf. ____ 3 0
1
Stonehill, cf. 2 11
Lewis, rf. 3 11
Scoles, rf. -------------------10 0
Schmidt, If. 5 0
0
Herrmann, lb. 5 0 1'
Gleason, 3b. 4 2
2
Burkholder, c. 3 11
Beach, p. 400
Totals ...39 10
UE Local, Lima 30 1
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fcr cr Eath
Buy Congo-Wall at
Waltermiru's
Your Friendly Store
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Triplett Team To
Play Friday, Tuesday
Triplett softball team will play
hii the
next week, in scheduled con ests un
der. the lights at Harmon eld Fri
day n ight of this week and Tuesday
night
of next.
this Friday’s assignm ent, the
Triphstt crew will attempt tO
1
epeat
luS Cc rly-season success over Findlay
Chicks, a team which has 1eei vic
torioiis in all other starts so far this
seaso
In
1.
Mrs
Rai
ed as Findlay’s No. 1 tAnni, the
Chick ’s aggregation includes
SOIne
of
the
Head
est softballers in thlat city.
ng the piching staff is an old
Bluffton nemesis, Ken Altman, who,
•’er, was beaten by
Bitiffton
when the two teams clashed at Find-
In next Tuesday’s contest at Har
mon field, the Triplett team will be
host to Delphos Milling Co., one of
the top crews in the Delnh™
ipnos area.
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Bruce
legal
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