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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1948
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $9 for Horses $11 for Cows
According to »iw and condition.
Hogs according to fcize and condition.
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BLUFFTON, OHIO
Pheasants Chicks Arrive
First phase of the pheasant restock
ing program got under way this week
with the arrival of 140 four week old
pheasant chicks from state owned
game farms.
The chicks brought to Bluffton by
Lloyd Ohl, Hancock County game
protector, w’ere turned over to Ural
Ellenberger for distribution to Sports
men’s Club members who had volun
teered to rear them for an additional
4 to 6 weeks.
In charge of the distribution were
s Prosser, Ellenberger and Ohl
ok the young birds to the fol
lowing club members: Roy Rogers,
Guy Anderson, Jess Manges, Lendon
Basinger, Chas. Fisher, Martin
Schmidt and Howard Edinger. Each
member received 20 chicks. Cages,
founts and feeders were supplied by
the club and Roy Rogers distributed
ample quantities of feed Monday
morning.
Thoi
who
Don Ramge, Allen County game
protector, plans to furnish the club
with additional chicks possibly this
weekend from the Allen County ap
portionment.
Production at the
farm is in full swin
caused by the
ago has been cleaned
tors have been oper:
capacity.
Chick production
caused by the stor
1 offset the
Pheasant chick feed will be obtain
at the Ellenberger Hot Point
Store or from Wilbur Fish, North
Spring street, director in charge of
game feeding. Chicks are fed a mix
ture of cracked com and starter mash.
abl
..Mallards Grow Fat at Quarry
With an eye to the future Ed Root
has been hard at work feeding a flock
of mallard ducklings at the Water
Works quarry. The hens and drakes
purchased two years ago by the club
rear anywhere from 25 to 50 duck
lings each year.
One hen has been mothering 19
ducklings now for several weeks.
Grain for the birds is supplied by the
Sportsmen’s club.
Lima,
says a canvasback
ducklings on Riley
house and anothefr
re ducklings on the
be a good year for
many ducklings put-
Guy Eikenbary
hen is rearing 11
creek back of his
duck has 7 moi
creek. This must
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
ting in their appearance.
Snag Pickerel at
A party of Jenera
good luck snagging
fishing excursion to
good many pickerel
the party with Gene Beach landing
a big fellow’ weighing ovei
The party trolled the
from
were
Mrs.
Jones
Bill
Accompanying Bill wei
wards and youngsters and
holder. The Edwards ar
a cottage with friends n
Junction.
game
clone a short time
up and incuba
iting nearly to
demonstrated by
lowing the act
sembled throng
supper, followed
tures.
Champions and the Alum
aluminum boat.
He was accompanied
en, state wide Cham pi
of Dayton, Ohio, who sc
pictures on pheasant
game fishing and other
features. Hugo DeFinis
ed with the demonstrat
R. V. Kirtland, Blu
strated the new Johns
Von Slechter and sori
Holmes, Lima, put the i
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Lake Erie
fishermen
pickerel oi
Lake Erie,
vere taken
boat
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a a
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the greup
Mr. and
artha
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boss'e
Raymond Crist and
After Big Muskie
Edwards has headed for Wi
consin to snag a near kin to the big
muskie which he landed last year.
The big fish, now stuffed and dis
played at the Basinger Furniture
Store, must have a grandaddy Bill
says, and he is out after
Burk
ng in
oulder
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Show at Buckeye
Sportsmen Club menibt
pleased with the out!
demonstration and pici
lhenic
:rs wer
ic held
The evei
program was the club s
up meeting. Next Septe
will resume as customa
vity he
enjoyec
later by
Fc etJ
:)tor
at
raft all
n
distributor
reened motion
hunting, big
much enjoyed
James,
w Flam
lercury
■ff and
hich
ness of the aluminum bo:
could be loaded on top of a car by
one individual. Both boats weigh less
than 150 pounds and seat 4 or more
persons.
Don Cuppies furnished a speed boat
and another rowboat was pressed in
to service give every person pres
ent rides around the quarry.
Silas Diller, Thomas Prosser, and
Don Corson were in charge of the
program with the latter supervising
the potluck supper. Ice cream and
coffee was furnished by the club.
THE
Mr:i.
PROBATE
COUNTY,
Ed-
COURT OF
OHIO
iOTICE
Fagan.
and Joe
Indiana
46 Mar
Fine
that Gertrude Conrad. 1
e of Georgd Edward Foe
he 14th dak of June.
petition ip the Proba
of Allen, i
of 'the
Ei
nd foi
allegi
by
tluck
i pic-
Butturff, 800
distributor
demonstrated
H.
Broad
Cham
Probate torn
the Kth day
Plain',
o the
The
s were
Fol-
yer of the
direction of
the Flair
ill
e mentioned
hey have be
iaid will |nd that they a
wer the s$vme on or befo
Etfward Fockh
ANDEffSON
for plaint:
LEGAL NOTICE
y Watkins, whose place of residence is
Seventh Avenue. Apartment 5, New York,
York, is hereby Notified that Ralph L.
her for
jiteement and all proper
rounds Of three years’ willful
oes neglect of duty, in case
has filed his petition
approval of
the
oni
Allen
Lima, assist
on.
ffton, demon­
heard
of si*
:his n
and
Tided after the
the first pubU-
from
Plaintiff
MILLER,
Ralph L. w
By CLARENC
His A
LEGAL NOTICE
add re
Edward R. De
Department,
•ola
hi
divorce
equitabli
lect of
-__ _____ ___ Field,
is hereby notified that Opal
tody of minor child and other
on the grounds of gross neg
nd extwtne cruelty, in Case
the Common Pleas Court of
hio, ant| that said cause will
on or about six weeks from
first publcation of this notice.
FRANCIS W. DURBIN,
for Plaintiff,
Dominion Bldg.,
14
Suite* 3
Lima, Ohio
LEGAL NOTICE
Irene Robinson, whose place of residence is
unknown and cannot with reasonable diligence
be ascertained, is hereby notified that John
Robinson has filed his petition against her for
divorce and all proper r$ief on the grounds
of jrroM neglect of duty knd ex'ireme cruelty,
in case No. 38258 in th‘
Pleas of Allen County, al
cause may be ht
pi rat ‘ion
Court of Common
Lima, Ohio.
Said
__ scided after the ex
of six weeks from the first publica
of this notice.
John ttpbinson, Plaintiff
By Clarence C. M|ller, His Attorney.
504 Citizens Bldg., Lima. Ohio 12
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Common PleAs Court of
Allen County, Ohio
lintiff,
rnnahal
i The defi
I place of i
J. McGranahan^ Defendant.
Isn't, Dana J. MrGranahan, whose
idence is unknown, will take no
een F. McGraniman has filed in
n action against! him for divorce
her maiden name. S
hearing oh and after
ite of thelfirat publica't
nit: on ana after the 3
oration of
’ill be for
Hh
EILEEN’ F.
By I. B. St
her attorney.
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PAGE SEVEN
Phone 165-W
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