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anticipating application of limestone on
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want it.
If you have already placed your order, phone us when
you want delivery.
Following rates—hauled and spread on your field?
Richland Twp. .$2.40
Orange Twp,... 2.50
Union Twp........ 2.50
Ton
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Bluffton, Ohio
Give her the most popular love
gift of all —a stunning Lane
Hope Chest. It’s the gift that
starts the home. Now, while
these remarkable values last,
is the thrifty time to buy for
sweetheart, engagement or
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Monroe Twp.... 2.60 Ton
Van Buren Twp. 2.60 Ton
Bluffton Stone Company
Phone 142-VV Bluffton, Ohio
health spot
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Young feet are well balanced in Health
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ture that gives comfortable support. We
have sizes
tof
all ages.
W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store
cialty
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day that's coming
ik.
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better selection, save money,
and take your time to pay.
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LAY-A-WAY A LANE TODAY!
Basingers Furniture Store
u___ Forty-six Years of Dependable Service
Couple Is Wed In
Kentucky Ceremony
Coming as a surprise is the an
nouncement of the marriage of Miss
Norma Rupright, daughter of Ray
mond Rupright, of Rawson, and Mrs.
LaVerne Rupright, of Jenera, and
Robert H. Coldren, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert H. Coldren, Sr., of
Arlington.
The ceremony took place at 1:00
o’clock Friday afternoon in the par
sonage of the First Methodist church
at Covington, Ky., with Rev. Jesse
Murrell officiating.
The bride wore a beige suit with
accessories in red. She was ai 1. n.l
ed by Miss Doris Crawford of Wil
liamstown who wore a gr
red accessories.
Heraid Weihraugh, of Ai
ed as best man.
groom graduated from A rling-
ton igh school last aprinj The
bride
school
also attended Arlingtiin high
Mr. and Mrs. Coldren wil 1 eside
temporarily with the groom’s
n Arlington.
Mrs. Charles Garster, instructor
in Leipsic high school has been
named principal for the coming
year, it was announced the first of
the week. Mrs. Garster is the
former Miss Ora Spangler, daughter
of Mrs. A. C. Spangler of this
place. She is instructor in the Eng
lish department of the high school
and will continue in that capacity
in addition to her duties as prin-
Birthday Party
of his
first
pa I
of
niversary
Hildegarde C. Rowe
By Sylvan H. Wise, her attorney 21
Chest in the World
Free MOTH INSURANCE
Policy with every Lane Chest
No. 2221
Rich Mahogany
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Couple Weds In Lima
Church On Saturday
carried
flower
birthday an
•ty was held
Robert Alan
a fa mily
Mr. and Mrs. 11. irk of North
Guests were Mi Mrs. Wade
Shook and family, Mrs. James Clark
iand son, Mr. and rs Paul Clark
and Mr. and Mi*s. Jthn Stonehill
and dauj.jhter.
Ringo was the divers ion in which
John Stonehill was wimler with high
score and Mrs. Wade Shook was
consoled.
LEGAL NOTH:e
Charkes J. Rowe, whose last known address
is 224 West South Street. Jackson, Michigan,
is hereby notified that Hildegard C. Rowe
has filed her petition against him for divorce
in case number 38381 in the Court of Common
Pleas of Allen County, Ohjo, allerfWg Gross
Neglect of Duty as her grqiiin|l fr»r same and
praying for custody of mifiortcllild and sup
port for said minor child. that said cause
will be for hearing on or Wrter the 16th day
of September. 1948.
nid-summer wed
laturday morning
qolic church, Lima
An impressive
ding solemnized
in St. Gerard’s Ca1
united in marriagf
and Anthony Per
parents are Mr.
Brunn, Bluffton, 1
and Mr. Perrine
and Mrs. Anthon
Lima.
Miss Jean Brunn
ine. The bride’s
nd Mrs. Clarence
armerly of Lima,
s the son of Mr.
The altar was
gladioli and astei
mass celebrated a
Rev. Joseph Leddi
ant pastor. Mist
vocalist, and hei
“Ave Maria,” and
Beautiful Mother.
suit
The bride was
church by her
wedding gown ove
ed with long tape
ed bodice and full
al train. The vt
held with a bead
carried a shower
breath.
•lir gton,
par-
Former Local Woman
Is School Principal
Miss Irene Se
honor, was dresses
faille, and the
Irene Perrine
Brunn, sist
pink frocks,
made
bodice.
Perrine, Sr., of
girl, K
rk, was
Harry Larscl
brother-in-law
guests were s
Thomas Daley.
Approximate!
received by th
their parents
during
coui.
?d into the
Her lace
was design
?eves, mold
ith cathedr-
illusion
ft for
Rita’s
of Cei
genre cannot be a.
that on the 22nd da
men filed their
Common Pleas
the same being
for the quieting
in said Petition
Situate in Id
of Allen and S
Outlot
to 'the
being
on the
sh
iara, and
oses and
blue
Miss
in turquois
o bridesmaids
ml Miss Jo
ith o
136 fe«
of.
the North side
leas, on the
Ohio State Hiy
A -St
ghway
said Pe
la of sai
relief.
The prayer oi
in« of the titl
other equitable
said Petitic
Wilbur A
required to Answer
day of September,
taken against than.
n the 25
11! Will 1
nen and
Erma Ruth Stenien
fs
Attorney
Plainti
By O. Jame
ele, Ths
PORTliAITS
Photo finishing,! films, photo
supplies
Neu-Art:Studio
Phone 168-W Bluffton
Francis Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Rasmgi r, D. D. S.
Telephone 271-W
Bluffton, Ohio
Electrical
Service
House
Commercial ai
Wirin
Electrical Repair
Estimates Given Fred’
For Prompt Service y
Call
auman
Harvey M. 1
Phone 367-
Res. :117 E. Kib
or write
P. O. Box 9. Blufft
St.
n. Ohio
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of Pharmacy
UT ESSENTIAL
PRES RIPTIOM
Knowledge of
UNSEEN BUT
TO EVERY
Only licensed pharmocish with cok1
lege education and long experience
In their profeuion are permitted to
fill prescriptions in our Pharmacy,
Our first consideration it to fulfill
your phytlcion't detiret,
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
Prescription Pharmacy
Blinker Installed
At Death Corners
The junction of U. S. route 30N
and state route 69, in Orange town
ship long the scene of more wrecks
than the Hesperus, now is indicated
by a flasher signal.
The intersection, locally known as
Van’s and Gene Davis corner, was
the scene of an accident on July 4,
in which two persons were killed,
and another serious accident a week
has long been agita
type of signal at the
later. There
tion for some
crossroads.
the nuptial
o’clock bv the
w
Day, O
Findl
recruiting
Grove.
wore
were
the dresses
style
Al
similar i
braclet s
They w
with fitted
id very full
Chester
honored at
home
day.
cente
ts. The
Maucer
in yelk
bridegn
■d him,
y Louis
Wi
Me
with reasonable dili
ned. will take notice
uly, 1948, 'the Plaint
find Erma Ruth Ste
against them in the
Alien County, Ohio,
38350 in said Court
to certain real estate
re of Cairo, County
Ohio, and known as:
in Pangle's Addition
Number Ni
Villas of
South
Allen County, Ohio,
less. East and W«t
tf 220 feet more or
i the East side there
s. East and Wert on
Mid 230 feet more or
?rly side thereof on
ute No. 65.
ition is for (he quiet
real estate and for
red for the north
The flasher
and south traffic on 69, and amber
for the east and west traffic on 30N.
Here, There, and
Everywhere
and Mrs. E. Williamson of
City, Mich., are the parents
oy, born at the hospital at
that place.
Roger Leon.
He has been named
Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Harold
Benton Ridge and
August Gillertson of
W’illiamson of
Mr. and Mrs.
Garden City.
Sgt. Richard Witteborg of
Army air force recruiting static
will be in charge of
ation located in
the
i
in
the
was
his
Huber of Bluffton
a birthday dinner
i
»uth Main street, We
utiful birthday
able and refreshments
A
■d the
were served during the evening. On
Tuesday evening
birthday surprise
Mr. and Mrs. Dan
in Findlay.
he was given a
at the home of
?hehan and family
tz of Pandora
Llewellyn Amst
improving follow!
in the
ington,
who
following
underw
iter,
has
Dr. J. C. Steiner of Willard, form
er Pandora resident, is reported
seriously ill
hospital.
in an Ontario, Canada,
A snake of unknown species,
measuring six and one-half feet in
length was silled recently by Chas.
Dukes near Gilboa while cutting
weeds along the Blanchard ’iver on
the O, J. Hindall farm.
Mrs. E. L. Watkins of Leipsic is
convalescing following an operation
at Lima Memorial hospital.
The Beaverdam fire association is
making plans for the annual carnival
August 20 and 21.
Pandora
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lehman are
parents of a daughter bom at Bluff
ton hospital, Saturday.
Vernon McClintock is
new Chevrolet.
Alvin
visiting
G. Stover of
Wednesday
sister, Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilmer
Columbus were over
night guests of his
Hiram Krohn and family. On Thurs
day the group attended a meeting
at Holgate and were guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snavely.
owner of a
Dayton, is
Malinda.
Neiswander of
his sister, Miss
Samuel Williams and son
II have been removed from
Mrs.
Samuel
Bluffton Hospital to the home of
her mother, Mrs. Lena Basinger.
Mrs. J. G. Reese and Miss Har
riet Krohn are visiting in the Dr.
Waldo C. Suter home at Waterville,
Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Suter returned
from a fishing trip to Indian River,
Mich.
Wilbert Zuercher and Lou Lehman
are driving new Oldsmobiles.
LEGAL NOTICE
Peter J. Groo, Whose last known place of
residence was 4712 South West Second Ter
race, Miami, Florida, is hereby notified that
Vivian A. Groo, has filed her ]«etition attaint
him for iermanent alimony, costs, and other
equitable relief in |aw and equity, on the
grounds of gross nieglect of duty, in Cane
No. 38371 of the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County. Ohio,/ and that said cause will
be for hearing on orf abou'e six weeks from the
date of the first Publication of this notice.
Frances W. Durbii. Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 301, Dominion Bldg., Lima. Ohio 21
NOTICE OF DRAWING OF JURIES
In compliance
General
that on
at 9:00
will be
'ith Section 11419-23 of the
Code of Ohio, notice is hereby given
the 23rd pay of August. A. D., 1948.
o'clock A. M., petit and grand jury
dra.wU September 1948 term
or vourt oi or •non
Ohio.
hall
v’sHhl UiC iwingf
No. 1. Courc I ou Be,
Allen Com
Pleas of Allen County.
be held in Court Room
Lima, Ohio.
Mannon
J.
P. Holmes
ury Commissioner*
by: H.
Bu viu ft
lly
J. Bowman
fioner
Commi
x*ptlty| Jury
ray.
Radio and'Electric
Appliance Repairing
?te supplies for
Coni pl
House Wiring
Lighting Fixtures
Radio
Fishinig Tackle.
I Appliances
All at Money-saving Prices.
Carl Mumma
122 North Main
A Marvelous Gift
for the T).
Club
paint it with
■•V'4
if 5
scientific rr
he unusual
ice ... and
y home owr
The new
gives it the
appearance
desired by
The sparkling
BPS HOUSE
than ever
before.
THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1948
Palestine Lecturer Here
with Sound Motion Picture:
“The Holy Land Passing
Parade”
presented by Rev. Walter Field, English Missionary
to Palestine for the past 12 years.
AT THE
St. John Mennonite Church
PANDORA, OHIO
Sunday, August 15, 1948
7:30 P. M.
hammercraft waterless cookware
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Open Saturday Night
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