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PAGE TWO
Wedding at Pandora
Grace Church Friday
The wedding of Miss Betty Jean
Geiger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Geiger of Pandora, and
Frederick D. Farling, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George F. Farling of Cleve
land was in the Grace Mennonite
church at Pandora, Friday evening.
The floral decorations were in
keeping with the fine simplicity of
the church. White hydrangea and
ferns were arranged on the choir
railing. Rev. E. J. Bohn awaited
the bridal party before a grouping
of white gladioli, ferns and two
seven-branched candelabra.
Miss Eulalia Steiner presented an
organ program which consisted of
“In a Monastery Garden,” “Inter
mezzo” and “A Perfect Day.” Paul
WILLIAMSON
Ww ww niK4Ft
FREE
Your Heating Plant Should Not Limit Your
Furnace Inspection. Expert r«p«tT
wort on mik, of furn»*. Cort
based on labor and material* uted.
Phono or writ* today.
Come in-
Open 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. daily.
Cushions. $29.95
A Chaise Longue
It adds a note of soph
isticated elegance found
nowhere else.
Both on the porch and
in the house this chaise
longue combines luxur
ious ease and practical
comfort. Wonderful for
convelescing invalids ...
or for robust folks who
just want to “take it
easy.”
See them today.
Burkett sang “Ah, Sweet Mystery' of
Life,” “Because" and “I Love You
Truly.” The traditional wedding
marches were played before and
after the ceremony.
Miss Geiger was escorted by her
father. Her lovely white satin gown
was fashioned with a wide, round
yoke of lace with a bertha collar
beneath. The bodice was fitted and
buttoned to just below the waistline
in the back. The full skirt ended in
a short train. The long sleeves were
pointed over the wrists. The net
veil was held in place by a tiara of
pearlized orange blossoms. She wore
a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom.
Her trailing corsage of white roses
was carried on a small, white Bible.
The maid of honor, Miss Ruby M.
Geiger, sister of the bride, was at
tired in pink net and wore a corsage
of white roses. A cousin of the
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When you order a New Williamson
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not limited to just one fuel.Ut bums
gas, oil, coke or coal. Take nd chances
on a shortage of any fuel. Monthly
payments to suit
MOYER REFRIGERATION & HEATING
225-W
133 S. Mam Phone
Bluffton, Ohio
and watch your clothes being washed. You will be
satisfied to see the rich suds and rinses they are take|i thru
—all clean, fresh water.
Place your clothes in the machines yourself, if you
wish.
THE WASHETTE
Gosed Thursday afternoons.
107 S. Main Street Bluffton,
SENSATIONAL
Ohio
It's Time fcr
Summer Porch furnishings
GLIDER SPECIAL
fl
Basinger rerniturc Stere
Forty-six Years of Dependable Service
bride, Miss Wanita Geiger, was the
bridesmaid. She wore a gown of
yellow- taffeta- and al§o had a white
rose corsage.
The flower girls, wearing pink and
blue dotted swiss gowns, u’ere
cousins of the bride, Sandra and
Jean Sommers.
Charles W. Farling* was best man
for his twin brother and George F.
Farling, Jr., was the other attendant.
The ushers were Richard Blunk, Wil
liam Peterson, Byron Shank and
Paul Little all of Rawson.
The mothers of the bride and
groom each wore red rose corsages
with their cool, summer ensembles.
The church basement, decorated in
blue and xYhite and having the all
white wedding cake as the center of
attraction, was the scene of the
reception, immediately following the
ceremony, for one hundred twenty
five guests.
After a two-week honeymoon
vacation the newlyweds will be at
home with the bride’s parents. Both
are employed at the Triplett Co. in
Bluffton.
Ohio farmers bought 775,512 tons
of the better than 15,000,000 tons of
commercial fertilizer used by U. S.
farmers in 1947.
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County, Ohio
Case No. 3S2iU
Melvin Newsome, Plaintiff,
vs.
The Heirs at Law, Etc.,
of Frances Randall, deceased.
The heir, at law, devisees, legatee* trustees,
assignees, receivers, beneficiaries, surviving
spouse, children, descendants, creditors, suc
cessors in interests, executors, administrators,
and legal representatives of Frances Randall,
deceased, formerly the owner of Lot No. Three
Hundred and Twenty-seven (327) in Seins
heimer’s Addition of Clifton to the City of
Lima, Allen County, Ohio, all defendants in
the above entitled cause, will take notice that
on the 9th day of June, 1948, Plaintiff, Melvin
Newsome, filed his petition ip the Common
Pleas Court of Allen County, Ohio, Case No.
38273, praying for a decree fauieting title of
Plaintiff as to said premises.
Said defendants will take notice that they
are required to answer on ar before the 1st
day of September, 1948, or judgment and de
cree may be taken against them in accord
ance with the prayer in Pontiff’s petition.
MELVIN NEWS0ME, PLAINTTIFT’
By Earl Ludw|g, his attqrnsjy 14
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Common Pjeas Court of
Allen County, Ohio
Case No. S82S2
Eileen F. McGraityhan, Plaintiff,
v«J
Dana J. McGranahan, Defendant.
The defendant, Dana f. McGranahan, whose
place of residence is unknown, will take no
tice that Eileen F. Mcalranahan has filed in
said court an action against him for divorce
on the grounds of Grosji Neglect of Duty, and
for restoration of hei maiden name. Said
cause will be for hewing on and after six
weeks from the date Sf the first publication
of this notice, to-wit: on and after the 30th
day of July, 1948.
EILEEN F. McGRANAHAN,
14 By I. B. Steele, her attorney.
Mighty good looking
—these new porch glid
ers and equally com
fortable they will go
far toward making your
porch a summer rendez
vous and a most enjoy
able spot for guests who
“just dropped in.”
Waterproof covering
.don’t worry about
the rain. Stop in and
see the good selection of
colors before stocks are
depleted.
Metal lawn chairs—
sturdily built—and rain
doesn’t spoil them.
Colors that harmonize
with your other furnish
ings.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Montgomery
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Triplehorn and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Wright Klingler and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Donavin Montgomery, Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Montgomery and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son
David and Jimmie Scott were Sunday
dinner and supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Huber and son Edgar and
daughter Mae.
Mrs. Mae Hauenstein and daughter
Betty called on Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Huber, Sunday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and Ron
ald and Mrs. Thomas Fleming called
at the Willard Jennings home Monday
afternoon.
An ice cream social will be held at
the Community House this Friday
eve, 5 miles south of Bluffton on the
Bentley road. Chicken sandwiches,
coffee, pie, cake and ice cream will
be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Vandemark and family.
The WSCS of Pleasant Hill church
will hold their annual picnic at Ada
park next Sunday. Basket dinner at
noon.
Shirley and Carol Frantz spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Zimmerman and children.
.v\'
V
now SAVE up
Many c-o«ee»
EIGHT O'CLOCK
RED CIRCLE
BOKAR
vigorous and wlnev
JANE PARKER
JANE PARKER
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PECAH ROLLS
ORANGE COCONUT
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DAILY
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TANDING IN LINE has been made easy by an enterprising London storekeeper. He
acking cases for his customers as they wait outside his shop. And Britons, still with even
faded fa their rationed food, appreciate his thought Note, too. fa the above picture how
lasted windows of the stores still have wood and cardboard in what were once large e:
fragile article destroyed by the acre when Britain was fighting off the Nasi blits.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber and
family called on Mr. and Mrs. Ev
erett Huber of Ada, Thursday eve,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz were
Sunday eye dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Jennings.
Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Zimmerman and family were
Mrs. Kathryn Bauman, Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Zimmerly and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Cal Herr and Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Long.
Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach and Mrs.
Eugene Kohli and daughter were
Wednesday afternoon callers of Mrs.
Cloyce Ernest and son. Mrs. Harold
Kimmel and children called Thurs
day eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings
and sons called at the Gerald Huber
home in Bluffton, Saturday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Stratton called on
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell, Sunday
eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Basinger and
daughter Carolyn attended the wed
ding of Miss Margie Zahner and
Richard Derringer at the Lutheran
church, Ada, Sunday eve.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Younkman
were weekend visitors of relatives in
this vicinity. Their sons Norman and
Richard, who have spent the past 3
weeks with their grandparents and
the Phillips, returned home with them.
19c ft POUND
CUSTOM-GROUND
COFFEE THAT TASTES BETTER TRY IT ICED!
rich and full bodied
BAKERY BUYS
HOME STYLE DOHUTS S’Kf.......
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MACAROON COOKIES Syh and
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DOG MEAL 5 pkg. 49c
SULTANA BED KIDNEY
BEAHS........... 2 7.“. 21c
FRUIT PECTIN
CERTO tS 25c
WALDORF
Toilet Tissue
.2 15c
40c
it.
mild and mellow
lb.
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25c
Pkg
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ANN PAGE
FLORIDA
WHITE HOUSE
SUNNY FIELD
MADISON
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even bread in
how the bomb-
Sunday p. m. visitors at the Elton
Younkman home were Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Younkman, Nolan and Roberta
Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wine
gardner anfl family and Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Thompson and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings
called on Mrs. Maurice Criblez and
Mrs. Cleo Garau at Bluffton hospital,
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald and son and
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and
family of -Lima spent Tuesday eve
with Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son Darrell Lee were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ey
ers, Kalida.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and
daughters called on Mr. and Mrs. Ly
man Barnes and daughter Joanne,
Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Clint
Morehead called at the Barnes home,
Sunday eve.
Mrs. Cleo Garau a patient at Bluff
ton hospital is getting along very
nicely and will be removed to her
home this week. Her mother, Mrs.
Mary Kolter and sister, Martha are
staying at the Garau home. Miss
Priscilla Kolter spent the week end
there.
Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and
daughters were Sunday dinner guests
OR
ANY SEASON
OF THE YEAR!
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THE FAMOUS A&P
FINE FLAVOR
29c
Pkg.
... of 12
29c
2
20-oa.
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PURE LARD
29c
ECONOMICAL
29c
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pkg.
ORAHGE JUICE :........... “c-23c
EVAPORATED MILK 3 42c
PUFFED WHEAT *......... X” 13c
SWEET PICKLES 39c
FOOD0STORE
THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1948
of rs. Alma Peterson .of Bluffton,
The Peterson reunion was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berdell
Huber, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and
daughters, Mrs. Mary Clark and
daughter Sheryl of Ada and Mrs.
Richard Binkley of Green Cove
Springs, Fla., were dinner guests in
the Russell Huber home, Friday.
Mrs. Russell Huber and Mrs. Sa
rah Niswander called on Mrs. Lydia
Badertscher and Mrs. .Kate Niswander
of Bluffton, Sunday lafternoon.
$139
Average
26-LB. fi EACH
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HEAD LETTUCE
PEACHES
PASCAL CELERY
HOT HOUSE TOMATOES
FRESH CARROTS 2
CANTALOUPE
SUREGOOD MARGARINE
TASTY FULL FLAVOR
VALUES GALORE TO STOCK YOUR PANTRY SHELF!
SALAD DRESSIHG ...................65c
WISCONSIN LIMBURGER
.CRT OF ALLEN
HIO
,ri_x of the Estate
THE PROBATE
COUNTY,
irtrude Conrad, Ex
Jeorge Edward Fo
Serge S. et.
STATE OF OHIO)y.
ARDEN-FRESH PRODU
RIPE REFRESHING
Sweet Watermelions
Plaintiff,
Defendants.
No. 2311)9
LEGAL NOTICE
Shirley,
ides at
ia, will
Maggie Fagan, who IreSides at
Indiana, and Joe Fockftr, who
46 Manor Street, Altadf
take notice that Gertrud
of the Estate of George
ceased, on the 14th daylof June. 1948. filed
her certain petition ini the Probate Court
within and for the County of Allen, and State
of Ohio, alleging that til? said George Edward
Fockler died on the 19jh day of July, 1945,
leaving a will, which Iras duly admitted to
probate by the Probate |Ourt of Allen County,
Ohio, and on the 8th lay of October, 1945,
letters testamentary wele duly issued by said
Court to the Plaintiff that the Plaintiff is
in doubt as to the truli construction of said
will.
Conrad. Executrix
I
The prayer of the Pil.itlon is for the judg
ment and direction of the Court in regard to
the true construction lf said will and as to
the duties of the Plaintiff in the premises.
The persons first ablve mentioned will fur
ther take notice that I they have been made
parties defendant to Mid petition for the con
struction of said will land that they are
quired to answer the Isame on or before
14th day of August. 11948.
Gertrude Conrad. Elecutrix of the
Estate of George Eliward Fockler,
Deceased—
the
I
By: W. P. ANDllRSON
Attorney for IPlaintiff.
notice of Appointment
THE
Allen County, MB. I
Estate of Bertha 11. Miller. Deceased.
William C. Leonaril of 504 Colonial Fin
ance Bldg., Lima. Olio, has been appointed
and qualified as Adrtlnistrator of the estate
of Bertha L. Miller latl of Allen County. Ohio,
deeAsed. I
Dated this 30th ial- of June, 1948.
Raymond P. Smith
Probate Judge I
NOTICE OF PJ'BLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby gi’lsn that on the 3rd day
of August. 1948 at 8 Ip. m.. a public hearing
will be held on a pnlposed zoning ordinance
for the Village of Btliverdam, Allen County,
Ohio. Said hearing will be held in the office
of the mayor of sail village.
By order of the Ctlincil of the Village of
Beaverdam, Ohio. I
llUTH DURKEE, Clerk.
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PORK & BEAHS 2 7.?. 21c
SOAP FLAKES 2Tc
BAKER’S MOIST
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BAKER MAID SODA
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