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P. O. Box 9, Bluffton, Ohio
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down to the Rollaway cots.
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Wedding At Rittman
B« an ivy covered, flower en-
white lattice background in
the First Evangelical United Breth
church at Rittman, Miss Lois
Jeai Helover, daughter of Mr. and
rs LI oyd Hoover, Rittman, was
united i n marriage to Morris Trip
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Trip-
lett, Bluffton, at three o’clock Sun
Rev. I"orrest Lance, Sterling, Ohio,
e of the bride, officiated. Vases
of oinkinium and fernery completed
the decc rations for the church altar
which was lighted by tapers in
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of heavy
white satin styled with fitted bodice,
lace edged net yoke, long sleeves,
and a hoop skirt. Her finger tip
veil was of French illusion. She
carried a bouquet of white roses
centered with a white orchid.
Attendants for the bride were
her sister, Miss Marlys Hoover, Ritt
man, the maid of honor, and Miss
Barbara Jean Triplett, Bluffton, and
Miss Jeremy Brintlinger, Wads
worth, as bridesmaids.
The attendants were dressed alike
in pale green net over taffeta fash
ioned in colonial style. Their colon
ial bouquets were of mixed flowers,
with matching floral headbands in
Bettye Jayne Lance, flower girl,
wore white nylon and taffeta, and
Denny Lance, the ringbearer, was
dressed in a black velvet coat and
Ropp Triplett, Bluffton, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man. Ush
ers were Charles Schumacher, and
Harold Wright, both of Akron.
Miss Alice Oyer sang “Ave Maria’’
and “The Lord’s Prayer” for the
program of nuptial music, accompan
ied by Miss Marguerite Jones of
At the reception in the church
following the ceremony, assistant
hostesses were Mrs. Ropp Triplett,
the Misses Phyllis, Marjorie and An
nabelle Hoover, and Miss Virginia
Lance. Mrs. Hoover greeted her
guests in a white crepe dress trim
med with black print, with white ac
cessories. Mrs. Triplett chose a deli
cate pink crepe dress with match
ing hat. Both had orchid corsages.
When the couple left for a two
the greatest bedding show on earth!
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Forty-six Years of Dependable Service
weeks’ honeymoon trip, the bride
was wearing a glen plaid grey suit
matching the suit tailored for her
husband. Her corsage was the
orchid from her bridal bouquet.
After August 1, Mr. and Mrs. Trip
lett will reside on the Triplett farm
northwest of Bluffton.
The bride is a graduate of Bluff
ton college and taught for one year
at a boarding school in Busby, Mon
Mr. Triplett was graduated from
the University of Cincinnati where
he was a member of Eta Kappa Nu,
honorary electrical engineers’ fra
ternity. He served 39 months in
the army with 18 months service as
a second lieutenant in the signal
corps in the European theatre. He
is an electrical engineer with the
Triplett Electrical Instrument com
pany at Bluffton.
Irene Poe Mission
Worker In Beirut
Miss Irene Poe, a former student
at Bluffton college, arrived recently
at Beirut, Iraq, where she will en
ter the missionary field under the
direction of the World Wide Evan
gelistic Interdenominational associa
tion. She sailed from New York
City on June 11.
Miss Poe is the daughter of Mrs.
Webster Ewing, of McComb, and in
addition to attending college here
was enrolled at Toledo university and
To further her training for Middle
East mission work, she has worked
among the Jews in New York City.
Wheat Is Harvested.
On “Lord’s Acres”
“Lord’s Acres” wheat fields in
Perry township were harvested last
Saturday afternoon by members of
the Olive Chapel Methodist church,
which will receive all proceeds from
sale of the grain.
Using seven combines on 24 acres,
workers completed the harvest on
Monday. Last spring the congrega
tion planted the wheat on land do
nated by Mrs. Nellie Kerr. This is
the fourth year a crop has been har
vested on the land for the church.
With land, work and machinery
donated, proceeds have enlarged the
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Wedding of Miss
Santschi of Chica
Mr. and Mrs. Artl
William M. Moran,
Mrs. James Moran
place in the rector
church of that citj
noon at 12 o’clock,
Sophia Wysocki an
both of Chicago.
Following the cf
was given at the
ment for the wedd
ception followed ir
the families and friends.
11 at 2:30 o’clock.
Charlotte Santschi IBluffton Woman’s
Married In Chicago] Granddaughter Weds
Ohio Food Train To
Leave In Mid-August]
Ohio’s first food train assembled!
under the Christian Rural Overseas
Program (CROP) is planned in mid
August, it was announced this week
by State Director Carl J. Landes,
a Bluffton college graduate and a
former resident here.
Landes said that instead of one
giant train, 12 sections will be
formed in moving the food to east
ern ports for shipment to Europe’s
A second train is planned for late
October, Landes said, to take care
of farm products which are out of
season at present.
be the concentration
point for railroad shipment of dona
tions from this area.
ulotte Evelyn I Miss Betty Louise Matter, of Ft.
daughter of I Wayne, granddaughter of Mrs. Peter
Santschi and I Matter of Spring street and sister
i of Mr. and I of Wayne Matter of Thurman
Chicago took I street was married Tuesday evening,
St. Andrews! June 22 to Sgt. Thomas W. Lowe of
Saturday after-1 San Mateo, Calif.
Father J. Brown! The wedding took place at the San
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Meats of Quality
Cold luncheon and picnic
meats a specialty.
Fresh and Salt Meats
I Onofre Beach club, Calif. The bride
iuple were Miss! wore a pastel green dress with white
1 Harold Schultz,land gold accessories. Her brides
I maid, Miss Genevieve Sefton, form
■emony a dinner I erly of Ft. Wayne, wore a pink
Santschi apart-1 dress with black and gold accessories,
ng party. A re-1 Both wore gardenia corsages.
The bridegroom and best man, Pfc.
G. W. Stimson, wore military dress
trip! blues. Chaplain H. H. Summings
will I officiated in a double ring ceremony
The couple are on a i
to Denver and on their
live at 3354 West Lexington street,! followed by a reception at the beach
Chicago. I club with 60 guests of the
The bride, granddaughter of Chris-1 section present,
tian Santschi of West Kibler street,! Mrs. Lowe is the daughter
is a graduate of Bluffton high school I and Mrs. Richard Matter of Ft.
and attended Bluffton college. She I Wayne and employed in clerical work
spent a year in Germany as a civil-1 at Helena Rubenstein Cosmetics, Los
ian stenographer with the Army of I Angeles for the past year.
Occupation. I Mr. Lowe is the son of Mrs. J. L.
I Crisman of
Couple Married In Bar San Mateocom
Col. Grove enurcni
Miss Marjorie Welty, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Welty, Colum
bus Grove became the bride of Ken-»
neth Moser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Moser, Bluffton in a cere
mony at the Columbus Grove Chris-1 Funeral services were held last
tian church, Sunday afternoon, July I Saturday in Lima for Charles James
by Miss Janice Bryan, organist,! A retired mechanic of the Buckeye
friend of the bride and Mrs. Dallas I Machine Co. in Lima, Gallant’s
Bernard, St. Louis vocalist, aunt of I death followed a long illness.
the bridegroom. I Born March 24, 1875, in Orange
The bride, given in marriage by I township, he was the son of Mr. and
her father, wore
white Japan silk
Welty a sister as
and Miss Frances Irwin.
a gown of pure! Mrs. W. E. Gallant,
Triplett! We watched her slowly fade away
And prayed so hard for her to stay
But God watching from above
is the son of Mrs. J. L.
Linthicum Heights, Md.,
the Military Police
The couple are living in Oceanside,
lites In Lima For
Orange Twp. Native
Rev. R. M. I Gallant, Orange township native,
the double ringlwho died Thursday of last week in
I his Lima home. Burial was in the
were given Hassan cemetery in Hancock county.
illusion veil. I Survivors include the widow, Min
Miss Alice! nie three daughters, Mrs. Stewart
of honor and I Harding, Kershaw, S. C. Mrs. F.
Welty, sister| Kubik, Detroit, Mich. and Mrs. Tom
Donovan Moser, brother of the one son, F. W, Gallant, Chicago, Ill.
bridegroom was best man and ushers
were Kenneth Welty and Hiram Bu
Following a reception at the homei jn jovjng memory of our daugh
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ^e*tyLer Gladys Garlinger Kaltenbach who
Col. Grove, the couple left on a1
wedding trip. They are
home on South Main street,
Both are employed at the
Marquis, Long Beach, Calif. and
passed away two years ago, July 24,
to share His love.
Took her home
is all we have now
all at rest
______ Her cares are
Happy are we who today can say
We loved her and did our best.
Sadly missed by her
Mother, Father, Daughter
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ALLEN
of George Edward
46 Manor Street,
Edward R. Dodge, whose last known place bJ 016 S°urtJr
of address was Edward R. Dodge, Seaman 1st
Class, Athle'dc Department. [Cony FULL
Pensacola, Florida, is hereby n*
Dodge, has filed her petition 1
divorce and custody of minor
equitable relief, on the ground* of gross neg
lect of duty and extreme
Number 38275 of the Common/ Pleas Court of c01} rucU?n'_?L
Allen Coun'cy, Ohio, and that/said
be for hearing on or about Mix weeks frond The Persons first above/mentioned will fur
the date of the first publication of this notice. th«r. take notice that thfy have been made
parties defendant to said bet it ion for the con
struction of said will arid that they are
quired to answer the saiie on or before
14th day of August, 1148.
Executrix of the Estate
Fagan, who resides/ at Shirley,
and Joe Fockler, who resides at
____Altadena, California, will
take notice that Gertrude Conrad, Executrix
I of the Estate of George Edward Fockler, De
ceased, on the 14th day of Jtme. 1948, filed
her certain petition in the /Probate Court
within and for the County of 41'en an^ State
of Ohio, alleging that the said/George Edward
Fockler died on the 19'ch das of July, 1945,
leaving a will, which was duly admitted to
Ohio, and on the 8th day df October, 1945,
Field, I letters testamentary were duly issued by said
tfied that Opal Court to the Plaintiff that the Plaintiff is
lainst him for in doubt as to the true conettruction of said
hild and other w*ll.
The prayer of the Pet i turn is for the judg-
lelty, in Case I ment and direction of the Court in regard tc
“_ --7 sfcid will and as to
"aid cause will the duties of the Plaintiff fin the premises.
or about fex weeks from
publication of this notice.
FRANCIS W. DURBIN,
Attorney/ for Plaintiff,
Suite 80 Oeminion Bldg.,
ima, Ohio 14
Gertrude Conrad, Executrix of the
Estate of George Edward Fockler,
By: W. P. ANDERSON
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Sorry, no phone.
NOTICE OF JWPPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIOl
Allen County, ss.J
Estate of Bertha B. Miller, Deceased.
William C. Leonard of 504 Colonial Fin
ance Bldp., Lima. Ohio, has been appointed
and qualified as Administrator of the estate
of Bertha L. Miller
lue of Allen County, Ohio,
lay of June, 1948.
iki P. Smith
Dated this 30ih
Probate Judge 14
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Some choice varieties of Stark Bros. Nursery stock
are already sold out for the fall ’48 and spring ’49 season.
It will take some time for me to canvass from house
to house to cover the town. To avoid disappointment and
delay, drop a card making an appointment to call and talk
over your nursery needs.
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182 S. Mound St., Bluffton, Ohio
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