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$ DAYS
More vigor in
hot weather—
include meat in your menu.
SWANK BROS
Fresh and Salt Meats
PORK
FRIDAY
FROSTED
Chunk
Harley Steiner And
Wingate
Donna
BEEF VEAL LAMB
PORK SPECIAL
Extra Lean
PORK CHOPS lb. 59c
(Cut from Loin)
PORK ROAST
NORDIC ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS
AUTHORIZED DEALER
GALLONS Each $1.50
SHERBET Gallons ... ... $1.39 Each
BIRDS EYE
ewANo
FOODS
Pack
39c
Pineapple
Dole's
Apple Sauce pack 10c
Garden Fresh
Peas pack 29c
0 E 0
Churngold lb. 39c
Delrich lb. 44c
Good-luck lb. 41c
Blue Bonnet lb. 44c
Kingnut lb. 32c
NuMaid lb. 36c
riCU N
rlvll
Bone
No Waste
Baby Beef Sold by
the Quarter
Picnic
HAMS lb. 49c
*2 or Whole
Smoked
RIBS
Wed
Wedding cradua
•onio
aunt
atron
lite e
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $9 for Horses $11 for Cows
According to size and condition.
Hogs according to size and condition.
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMaL PRODUCTS. INC.
Home Killed Meats
and corsage of pink
as best man.
SATURDAY
lb. 49c
SHOULDER
Your Choice
LUNCHEON
MEATS
Minced Ham Dutch Loaf
Pickle & Pimento Veal Loaf
Cheese Loaf Souse.
All For
lb. 49c
OUR CHEESE
DEPARTMENT
Longhorn Wisconsin Cream
Beer Wisconsin Brick New
York Sharp Cheddar (Mild
or Aged) Swiss
Armour’s
2 lbs. 25c
Is your home Freezer or locker getting low?
See us for replacement of
Beef Pork Veal Poultry or Frozen Foods.
lb. 29c
Milk 2 tall cans 29c
AMERICAN
Cheese each 95c
2 lb. Loaf
Fresh Dressed Fryers
Bacon in Piece 45c
Sliced
Spam per can 49c lb. 39c
Balogna
n
juth
id
Bluf
ding
Frog Hunting Good
In Jenera District
hunter
Jenera area ar
stretch of
taken by wading the stream and
dazling them with flashlights as they
sit along the banks.
Among those participating in the
Friday night were Floyd Hard
Denver Augsburger,
and
hunt
KI ay
ton i
Heavy
heavy
brown 50c.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
fol
trip
with
ill re
The
pare
from
Mr. S
i higl
bride was
gh school
n alumnus
«e active in the
number of Bluff
been there report
frog
In th
of the bride! summer,
nor, wore a| ged in
with white
Johnny
John Gilbert all of Bluff
ene Beech of Jenera.
FFTON MARKETS
BLl
Wednesday Morning
n (bushel
corn $2
Poultry
hens 29c
leghorn br
hens 31c leghorn
broilers, 38c leg
■ge white 52c large
Eggs—L
000 or more
it
Engineer of Sales Legal Copy No. 48
UNIT PRICE
bj
Sealed proposals will
fire of the Stake High'
at Columbus, Ohio, until 1
Standard Time, Tuesday, Au
improvements in:
Ohio
Allen County, Ohio, on
20.03). U. S. Route No. 30-N, In the Vi
of Beaverdam and Richland Township,
grading, constructing drainage structures
widening and resurfacing with asphaltic
crete.
....... ........... $168,000.00
completed not later khan
1, 1949. Asphaltic concrete and bi
tack coat shall not be
dates of October 31, 19
except by special permii
The bidder must submit with his bid a
I certified check in the amount equal ko five
I per cent of the estimated cost, but in no event
I more than ten thousand dollars..
I *nd specifications are on file in the
I department of highways and the office of
the resident district deputy director.
I rec!or reserves the right to reject any
I ana all bids.
earl l. reeb
I, State Highway Director
The kitchen of your drcams may
become a reality sooner than you
expect!
Let us help you with the plan
ning. When we know the size of
Kitchenaider and cabinets that
best suit your needs we may make
quick delivery .. and at surpris
ing low prices! No charge for this
service! Come in today.
SOLD AT A
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-six Years of Dependable
PERFECTION
OIL STOVES apd PARTS at
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-five years of Dependable
Service
BLUFFTON’S BIG SALES EVENT
Mr. and Mrs. Will
baby boy last we
H. A. Diller and
nade a business tri
mporting stables at
xchanged a percher
ine Belgium stallion
a
co
Army s
Fred Moyer with
number of lady frien
Saturday.
unt of the
were bag
-half mile
Frogs are
rst big
large
one and one
Eagle Creek.
Miss Lillian Wood
a successful year of
quod School, west o
'48, for
Village
-•. by
con.
Width: Pavement 22 feet: Roadway vari
Length: 24,687 feet or 4.675 miles.
Estimated cost
Contract to be
August 3‘
tuminous
tween th
15, 1949,
Director.
able.
Modern Woodma
farewell reception
Cleo Smith. The you
for camp with the A
ion of the
The minimum wage to be paid to all labor
contract shall be in accord
hedule of Prevailing Hourly
■rtained and Determined by
employed on this
ance with the “S
Wage Rates Asc„
O?® l^vpartment of Industrial Relations
plicablc to State Highway Department Im
I provements in accordance with Sections 17-3,
I k7’?" 17‘5 and 17’5a of Die General
I Code of Ohio.”
U
1
Kitchens Planned al
BASINGER’S
News Our Grandfathers Read
From Issue Of October 19, 1911
omed
■Ity
W
scher
Bros.
da
Tom Buchanan of
day with the Charles
Mr. and Mrs. R. 1
business trip to Sou
iun-
th family,
left for a
Dakota.
of Harbor
spending the
home.
Mrs. Henry Hui
Springs, Michigan,
week at the J. E. L■ugibill
ft for
Miss Loa Bame le
Cqlo., after visiting
Miss Emma Benro
mont, Texas, to
with her sister,
The German te
the German classes
were burned by a
students Thursday
hour. Note books,
able books were bi
84 Ohio
1948 4-H
per cent
cs indicate the total
nrollment will be 11
that
es have
stark cc
club
grea
bridge.
those of
member
6 at the to
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
STATE OF OHIO
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
CONTRACT
Director of Ohio,
0:00 A. 5'
igust 17, 1!
Riverside,
for Beau
winter
pend the
5.
Mr. Brady and
in the Augsburger
Cherry street moved
where he purchased $
Wheat
prices)
B. Sweeney.
7 who lived
property on
to St. Marys
grocery store.
ne after
eaching at Pe
Elida.
in training at
Tauenstein has
,rpe, Ga.,
Delnoy Painter is
Camp Sherman. Ray
been moved from Ft. Ogletl
to Camp Hancock,
Ga.
held a
rood and
dll leave
lodge
men
i county quota,
pent the week
Dr. Evan Basinge
end with friends a
Henry Reichenbac
an explosion at For
He is being hospitalized.
was injured ii
Oglethorpe, Ga.
Miss Frona Arras and Mr. Solt of
Rawson were happily married Sun
day.
I Miss Elva Messinger was happily
surprised by 20 of her friends, con—
sisting of her Sunday School class
and guests, on her twentieth birthday.
I Ari I,.' Oil
16
v*
i
a
vi I t, zwrvH
Miss Francine Porter, a mission
ary from Kioto, Japan, will be the
guest of Mrs. N. W. Cunningham.
The Orange Twp. field day and
community meeting at Orange center
was a huge success. John Wilkins
won the running broad jump for boys
6-11, also he won the standing high
jump Herb Rupright, boys 12, won
KODAK TOM
ar pictorc
witn depend
11 in the yel
film that ftetz
Then send ua
roll* for expert
able K
low box
pl ecu
4*velopLag and priattoa
SIDNEY'S] DRUG SHOP
DOLLAR DAYS
SPECIAL
Crise Fully Automatic
Meat Control
(Complete Outfit)
S17.CC
(An $18.00 value)
Easily installed on any HOT AIR,
STEAM, or HOT WATER furnace
thermostatically controlled.
HOWARD STAGER
COAL YARD
Phone 265-Y
or Home 354-W
Mrs. R. E. Hughson
Edgar Hauenstein attended
Federation of Woman’s Clubs
NEWS OUR FATHERS READ
FROM ISSUE OF APRIL 25, 1918
books used by
the High School
rtv of about 40
Amor
the
Samuel
nd avail
the banks
o fe Europeans
of wheat
The fork factory
P. B. Amstutz, Son.
of Bluffton, burned
Monday night.
1948
Columbus, Ohio, July 24
ground
and Mrs.
he
Cleveland.
H. G. Murray has purchased
he
paper stock of his brother Med. Med
moved to Monroe, Mich.
A call has been extended Rev.
William H. Lahr to fill the pulpits of
the
ed
Wii
Bluffton and Emmanuel Reform
churches. He lives at Curtiss,
The former pastor Rev. Sett
plans to leave soon for Buffalo,
Y. where he has accepted a call.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Biery are in
Dayton where the former is attend
ing state Masonic meetings.
Mrs. David Gibbs is seriously ill
at her home on Riley street.
James L. Allsion is on his way to
the Philippines.
Little Richard Euller and grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ben
roth were supper guests of Chris
Schumacher family.
the standing high jump for district
4 Lester Young, boys 12, won ball
throwing for district 3 Clara Geiger,
girls 12, dist. 3, ball throwing win
ner Arthur Nonnamaker, boys, dist.
■Hilll
K ll fall
1III
off
Parchment
Apricot
Light Tan
Sand
3, 100 yard dash winner Elbert An
derson, sack race winner and Edgar
Montgomery, potato race winner.
Sun Glow Coal
I am offering a car of the best
grade clean
furnace lumr
per ton durii
Wallhide Interior Flat Paint
Seafoam Green Light Buff Blossom
Pink Dawn Gray Suntone Cascade
Blue Peach Mist Gray Beige
Wallhide Interior Semi-Gloss
burning low
oal at it/disc
14 inclusive.
?nt for firep
excel
Good
Caenstone Dove Gray
Cameo Blue Cork
Aug.
This
Ed
ace use
SPECIALS FOR
off Waterspar
2Enamel
Apple Green Travertine Old
Emerald Green Tangerine Lettuc
Green Lawn Green Jade Gi
Steinman Eros, Lemur Co
“Ask Steinman's"
236 Cherry Street Phone 360-W
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5,1948
S DAYS
Automobile
Repairing--
at my home or yours
Lester Young
Route 1 Bluffton
Friday & Saturday
August 6-7
Swiss Steak
Dinner
2 for
FRIDAY
AND
SATURDAY
AUGUST 6 & 7
All Aristocrat Oak
Lawn Fencing
and Gates
65c
$1.00
Chicken Pot-Pie 65c
2 for $1.00
Roast Beef Sand
wich, Mashed Po
tatoes & Gravy 40c
Pie & Ice Cream 15c
tll\ RESTAURANT
LONGER
Ivory Apricot
e Green Geneva
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