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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1948
Settlement
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Reichenbach
are the proud parents of a baby
bom to them last Wednesday at Me
morial hospital in Lima.
HOT WATER FOR HEALTH
Smgspiration
Vocal Numbers
Chalk Artist
Testimony Time
A-lb/
THAT
DAIRYMEN DEMAND!
Milton Gratz passed away very
suddenly Thursday evening in their
home west of Gilboa. Funeral serv
ices were conducted at the Methodist
church in Gilboa Sunday afternoon.
The sacred program presented by
To keep healthy, your family
needs plenty of hot water. Andi
when illness strikes, you need
even more hoc water on a mo
ment’s notice.
Assure yourself of a constant
supply of hot water for all needs
by installing an automatic
gas
water heater. We have informa
tion that will help you choose
the proper sized heater to fit
your family’s needs.
FIR RffWAUR MACK
Itwterflate'M Fick the automatic
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Youth for Christ Rally
Saturday, June 26 --8 P. M. Bluffton H. S. Auditorium
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Rev. Ken Cumings
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MILKERS
the Community Men’s Chorus of
Orrville, Ohio, in the St. John
church Sunday afternoon and in the
evening at the Ebenezer church were
greatly appreciated by large audi
ences. Sixty men constituted the
group under the direction
Gerber.
of Victor
of thirty
breeders
Last Saturday a group
leading Shorthorn cattle
from Watford, Toronto and Guelp,
Ontario, Canada, arrived here by
Greyhound bus which was chartered
at Port Huron, Michigan, and visit
ed the Shorthorn breeders of Pan
dora, Columbus Grove, Wapakoneta,
Lima and Roundhead. The group of
Canadian breeders were very favor
ably impressed with the high qual
ity cattle that were seen on the
breeders’ farm of this area of the
state. Their tour was completed
on Friday.
Rev. Frank S. Harder was one of
the instructors at the Mennonite re
treat which convened at Camp Mack,
Indiana, last week.
Sidney Hilty left last week
Kansas where he is to operate
combine in the wheat harvest.
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REV. KEN.
CUMINGS
Regional Representative
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Detroit, Michigan
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for
his
The Habegger family held their
family reunion at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. David Lehman and Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Lehman and fam
ily Sunday. The Lehman home was
chosen for the occasion for being
most' suitable as a
tween Berne, Ind.,
which the families
midway place be
and Toledo, from
came.
made slow pro-
Haymaking has
gress during the past week due to
frequent rains.
Mrs. (Dr.) C. R. Green of Marion,
Indiana, also accompanied Mrs. Susie
Boaz on the trip to Berkley, Calif.,
to attend the commencement exer
cises at the University of Southern
California.
Mrs. Alvin Lugibihl was returned
to their home the latter part of the
week after she had subitted to an
operation at the Community hospital
in Bluffton.
Rev. and Mrs. William Cox re
turned Monday evening after spend-
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
ing the past two weeks at the Mayo
clinic at Rochester, Minn. On their
return trip they spent a very en
joyable day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Quentin Lehman and family at
Mountain Lake in that state.
Jess and Albert Steiner visited
their cousin Aaron Steiner who is
ill at Ann Arbor, Michigan, the first
of the week. On their return they
also visited Amos Steiner who is in
a rest home in Toledo.
Rev. and Mrs. Cox spent Wednes
day with relatives in Ft. Wayne.
Mrs. Samuel Schey was numbered
among the sick the past week.
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Schutz, mis
sionaries in Africa and their young
er son, Roy, are expecting to arrive
here in the near future.
Mrs. Dessie McCullough has an
nounced the coming marriage of her
daughter Donna Gene to Clyde Augs
burger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Omer
Augsburger. The wedding is to be
an event of Sunday, July 11th at
the Gilboa Methodist church.
Bluffton Sportsmen will play Lima
Ohio Steel under the lights at Har
mon field next Monday night, then
will enjoy a two weeks’ layoff in
home games until July 12 when they
will meet Cairo here.
In last week’s play, the team de
feated Jenera, 6 to 5, and dropped a
14 to 13 decision to Lima Ordnance
Depot in games played away from
home.
Bluffton Sportsmen Nine Will Play
Lima Ohio Steel Here Next Monday
Church League
The church league, which plays on
Monday nights, this week again was
rained out, for the second consecu
tive week of idleness in league play.
As of date church league play has
been unable to get under way, but
Major League
During the past week of play, the
major league has provided the fire
works, and in more ways than one.
League play is proving to be of
major caliber, with each team in
there with full complement, fighting
for every decision.
Highlights of the
competition was provided in
Triplett tool room winning
Swank Bros, by a count of 1
in eleven innings of play.
Sw’ank, the winning pitcher,
drove in the winning run in the
with a.
The
However, the
played because
Steady
Gains
HARMON FIELD NOTES
with permission of the weatherman, Stokers _______ ...„_5 0 1.000
competition soon will be on a par Corkscrews ____ ........... 3 9 .600
with other groups. Scuds _______ ,x._ 2 .400
Minor League FFA _______ _____0 5 .000
The minor league now is in full
swing, with all rained-out ball games
past week’s
the
over
to 0
game will be re
of a protest filed
with the Harmon Field Director by
the Swank Bros. team. Due to an
erroneous decision by an umpire the
game will be re-played from the
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BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Grain (bushel prices) Wheat
$2.21 corn $2.20 oats $1 sey&
$3.90.
Poultry—Heavy hens 30c leghorn
hens 27c.
Eggs—Large white 45c large
brown 43c.
Butterfat—81c.
Rubbish Collection
Rubbish collection will start Mon
day noon, June 28. Have containers
where
truck.
I
convenient to pick up by
Mayor A. R. Baker
APPRECIATED
Major
Team
having been made up by this time, Sportsmen ...... _____.4 1 .800
and we find that Mathewson’s Toolroom _____ ____ 4 2 .667
Stokers are in first place with five Swank Bros......... 3 .400
consecutive victories and no losses. College Club ...... 1 .» .167
Bert
also
11th
single.
College club came thru
first win in upsetting
leading Sportsmen by a count
to 5. This also broka the
with
the
their
league
of 11
Sportsmen winning streak of four
games.
The other fireworks of the week,
the talk of the league, was the game
between the Sport
Bros. This well-p!
w’ith a score of
the Sportsmen.
men and Swank
ayed .game ended
to 0 in favor of
1
all
wish to thank most sincerely
many friends who remembered
with cards, flowers and other
tokens of thoughtfulness during my
recent illness in the hospital and at
my home.
the
me
Kermit Herr
In the Jenera tilt, the locals
avenged an early season setback suf
fered at the hands of Jenera. Jim
Howe was the leading hitter and
Ken Bracy was the winning hurler.
In the Lima Ordnance Depot
game Wilch had two hits and Wen
ger a home run to pace the hitting
assault of the locals. Bracy was
charged with the loss.
fourth inning, with two men out and
Swank Bros, leading by a
1 to 0.
score of
League Standings
(June 20)
Minor
Team
League
W Pct.
League
W I’d.
Games Last Week
Stokers 9 FFA 0 (1st)
9 FFA 0 (2nd)
ws 16 Scuds 1 (I
Stokers
Corkscr
Corkscrews 8 Scuds 7 (2nd)
Scuds 9 FFA 0 (1st)
Scuds 9 FFA 0 (2nd)
Stokers 6 Corkscrews 5 (1st)
Stokers 11 Corkscrews 9 (2nd)
Major League Games
Toolroom 11 College 2
Swank—Sportsmen (Protest)
College 11 Sportsmen 5
Toolroom 1 Swank 0 (1£ inniny*’
(James Next Week
MONDAY, JUNE 26
Mennonite vs Methodist (2)
Reformed vs Presbyterian (2)
TUESDAY, JUNE 29
Scuds vs FFA
Corkscrews vs Stokers
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30
College vs Sportsmen
Swank vs Toolroom
(End of 1st Round)
While actions are always to be
judged by the inmutable standard
of right and wrong, the judgments
we pass upon men must be qualified
by considerations of age, country,
station and other accidental circum
stances and it will then be found
that he who is
his judgment is generally the least
unjust.—Southey.
most charitable in
News “Wand-ads” bring results.
Triplett’s undefeated softballers
continued their winning streak Tues
day night under the Harmon field
lights with a 9 to 5 victory over
Harrod Legion Sportsmen.
It was the seventh consecutive vic
tory for tfae team and the second of
the season over Harrod,
viously had been beaten
of 5 to 2 at Harrod.
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Triplett Softball Team Downs
Harrod, 9-5, For Seventh Win
which pre
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Unleashing a heavy
sault, the Triplett crew scored in
each of the first five innings Tuesday
night One run came in the first
frame, then after Harrod had taken
a temporary 4 to 1 lead in the sec
ond, the locals knotted the count
with three tallies in their half of
the stanza. Two more runs came in
the third one each in the fourth
and fifth, and the last in the seventh.
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Moser, cb.
Swank, ss.
Cotterman, ss.
Stonehill, cf.
Herrmann, lb.
Schmidt, If.
Gleason, 3b.
Eikenbary, c.
Scoles, rf.
Spaeth, p.
Notice To Taxpayers
Representatives from the Allen County Treasurer’s office
will be at the Citizens National Bank, Bluffton, Ohio, on
the following days for the collection of last half 1947 Real
Estate Taxes, (June 1948 Collection).
TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1948
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1948
PAGE NINE
each connected for home runs, with
Herrmann and Schmidt’s circuit
clouts coming with one man on base.
Herrmann, Gleason,
Spaeth each had two
pace the 10-hit attack.
Scoles and
safeties to
for Bluffton,
Spaeth, on the mound
scored his second win of the season,
and except for the second inning,
when four runs were scored by
visitors, never was in trouble.
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