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TH I RSD AY. AUGUST 5.1948
Airplane surveys of mountain
areas that sent flood waters down
northwestern rivers show bare
ground on all parts of the mountains
where fires had killed the forest
DOLLAR DAYS
at JORG'S
Friday and Saturday, August 6-7
20% Off on
ALL REMEDIES
and
Poultry Supplies
Poultry Equipment and Medicines
Waterers Feeders Nests Brooders
Stop In Stock Up
Multitudes of Genuine Bargains
Boost and Shop Bluffton $ $ Days $ $
Be Photographed on Dollar Days
No Appointments Necessary
Bring the Babies
Order 1 dozen or more portraits at the
regular price and get one 8X10'Nu
tone enlargement for ............................
4 rolls Gevaert film Guaranteed for
perfect pictures.
cover. Snow was still holding in
other parts of the mountain where
growing forests had kept sun and
rainf rom causing a rapid rate of
melting.
SPECIALS
Friday & Saturday
August 6 7
NEU-ART STUDIO
DOLLAR DAYS
Friday and Saturday, August 6-7
Infants all cotton sweaters, each ... .$1.00
Infants all cotton shawls, each......... 1.00
Children’s knit suits, size 2 to 6, each 1.00
Childrens and Ladies anklets, 7 pr. .. 1.00
Rag throw rugs, 2 for......................... 3.00
81” Unbleached Sheeting, per yard ... 95c
36” Unbleached Muslin, 3*2 yds..........1.00
Webster Art Crash, 58% linen,
42% rayon, 2x/2 yds............. 1.00
All White Boot toweling, 3x/2 yds. .... 1.00
Crash 25% linen, 3*4 yds........... 1 1*00
One Lot All Wool Boxed Blankets 72 by 90
$1.00 off each one.
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Many other items which will interest you.
Peter Gratz Store
SI .00
$1.00
Rockport
Mrs. Anna Bowers of Lima spent
several days the past week with Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Mayberry and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall and
Mr. and Mrs. John Burkholder
motored to Wooster Sunday where
they spent the day with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Barnett and children
David and Jayne. David returned
home with them for a visit with
his grandparents.
Mrs. Coy Kohli of Columbus
Grove, a former resident of this
place, recently underwent an ap
pendectomy at Memorial Hospital in
Lima. W’e were informed that the
Kohlis were on a vacation in Cana
da when Mrs. Kohli took sick.
Mrs. Delmer Reagan and little son
Randy and Mrs. Treet of Dayton
and Mrs. Henry Wilson of Columbus
were Thursday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cummins
and family spent the past week on
a trip to Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Miss Rebecca Marshall left last
Monday with a group of friends for
a trip through the Canadian Rockies,
then down the coast to California
and home via Grand Canyon.
Miss Madeline Bixel who recently
underwent a thyroid gland operation
at Mercy hospital in Toledo was
not released from the hospital until
last Saturday, rather than the first
of the week as stated in our items
last week. She is now with a friend
at 609 Wallace Ave., in Bowling
Green.
Miss Edythe Cupp attended a
meeting of the Chatauqua Club in
the home of Mrs. Verna Rouse in
Lima one evening last week. The
affair was a farewell for Mrs. Robert
Looma who has been a teacher in
the Lima schools.
Mrs. Lysle Cahill and daughter
Lynne of Cleveland are expected
here the latter part of the week for
a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Orlo Marshall. Mrs. Cahill reports
that practically all of their stolen
property was recovered the past
week.
Mrs. Mary Sylvester spent several
days the past week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Dennis Roby and family.
The Presbyterian Missionary
society will meet Wednesday after
noon of next week with Mrs. John
Burkholder. The program includes,
devotions, Mrs. Edgar Begg topic,
Leadership Training, Miss Edythe
Cupp Y. B. P., Mrs. Orlo Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hostettler
and granddaughter Jean Lee of
Mansfield called on Mr. and Mrs.
Orlo Marshall, Sunday afternoon.
Farm Bureau Council No. 12 will
hold their annual picnic at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Freet, Sun
day evening, August 8 at 7 o’clock.
The Friendly Neighbors club held
a picnic Sunday at Riverside Park
in Findlay.
5 Any
PAffgy
Try Our
Home Baked
DREAD
Children Love It!
DONUTS
CAKES
SWEET ROLLS
COOKIES
PIES
SPECIAL ORDERS
Baked Fresh Daily
HAUENSTEIN’S
BAKERY
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, tftvrrivn,
S Days $ Hundreds of Genuine Bargains S Days S
\City Tennis Tourney
Wiki Open Thursday
Bluffton city tennis tournament
will open on the city courts this
Thursday, with competition in men’s
singles, men’s doubles and junior
singles play continuing through
1 August 15.
Pairings in the men’s singles
bracket were as follows: D. Reichen
bach vs R. Simcox WT. Howe vs N.
Triplett S. Stettler vs J. Bracy M.
Triplett vs R. Triplett R. Reichen
bach vs W. Little B. Bixel vs C.
Steiner D. Stearns vs R. Berky J.
Stonehill vs R. Howe.
In men’s doubles play, pairings
were as follows: Little-Reichenbach
bye Steiner-Stonehill vs M. and R.
Triplett W. Howe-N. Triplett vs R.
Many other values
will be found in
our market.
We invite
your patronage
RUBY
Peaches
Halves in Syrup
1.00
William
Gaiffe
Reichenbach-J. Bracv Howe-Simcox
bye.
Junior competition will ho fnf
lows: Bi11 Burcky, bye R. Balmer
vs J. ITauman A. Myers vs D.
Ted Bauman, bye.
City cltampions in 1947 were: Dale
Reichenbach, men’s singles Little
and Reichenbach. doubles, and Burr
ky, junto•r singles.
LEGAL NOTICE
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Alien XWnty, Ohio,
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1 of six weeks from
Plea
at Lima, Ohio. Said
decided after the expir
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tfils notice.
Faye A. Havens. Plaintiff
MRS.
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By Clarence C. Miller. Her Att
504 Cftixens Bldg., Eima Ohio
SILVER FLEECE NORTHERN GLENDALE
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PEAS
LOVER FARM STORES invite you to do your shopping DOLLAR DAYS in
Bluffton. Listed below you will find only a few of the many bargains offered in
our market. We feel sure that you will enjoy the convenience of shopping and
the saving that will be yours when you purchase your food requirements at the
BLUFFTON CLOVER FARM STORE
Stock Up With These Dollar Day Items
Jell Pcwdcr-:™™ 13 *rc
Waxed Paper
Sweet, Tender
(ans
QUALITY COFFEES
Ground
CLOVER FARM
COFFEE
2 a SLCC
Ivory Soap 15
Blended Juice 4 $1°°
It is our aim to keep a supply of freshest fruits and vegetables at all times. We
offer you quality freshness and value. Shop our produce department today.
LANE’S
CLOVER FARM
PORK &
BEANS
No. 2
Cans
YOUR DOLLAR WILL GO FARTHER HERE
VINE STREET PHONE 329-W FOR FREE DELIVERY BLUFFTON, OHIO
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FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton Ohio
/Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Mkiin Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
CLOVER FARM
SALAD
DRESSING
3 K 1.00
You Are Invited—
Big Clover Farm
Picnic,
Riverside Park.
Findlay,
Labor Day,
September 6
ASSORTED
KOOL-AID
All Flavors
24 1.00
Carl
Krichbaum

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