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PAGE EIGHT
Beaverdam
Mrs. Lillie Anderson entertained in
her home on Sunday a group of rela
tives in honor of Mr. Alva Anderson,
Coldwater, Mich. A delicious dinner
was served at the noon hour. Present
were: Mrs. Leona Stettler, Bluffton
Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Matthewson, son
Keith and daughter Maralyn, Jenera
Mrs. Roy Reams, Bluffton Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Anderson, son Danny.
Cairo Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson,
son Donald Jr., daughters Carolyn
and Wilma, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mas
sie, son Richard,
Bassitt, son Dei
Mrs. Morris Ande
Pandora Mr. and
Bowers, son Michae
ringer, Ada and Y
Oakley and childre
Mr. an
nis, Li:
Warren Amstutz
and Mrs. Paul Sp
able Kodak Film in the yel
low box—the film that tec*
tho picture. Then aend at
Um exposed roll* for expert
developing and print tug-
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
BEEF
spent the pai
Mrs. I. J. Am
Home Killed Meats
PORK
THURSDAY
PORK CHOPS
GALLONS
MILK
FISH
week with Mr. and
itz and Wendell Am-
VEAL
FRIDAY
Extra Lean
(Cut from Loin)
PORK ROAST
Your Choice
No Bone No Waste
AUTHORIZED DEALER
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Your Choice
LUNCHEON
MEATS
Minced Ham Dutch Loaf
Pickle & Pimento Veal Loaf
Cheese Loaf Souse.
All For
lb. 49c
I
Derr
Mr. and Mrs. Arth
and Mrs. Leland
Mrs. Dorothy Davi
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and da
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Mrs.
first til
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Mr. ar
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teen together in ten
iys Williams of Lansing,|t,()n safely,
risiting with Mr. John
Miss Bernice Huber.
Mrs. Daniel Younkman
of Clyde
i Bernard Gratz.
Ruth Durkee was a Tuesday
mest of Mrs. Martha Kollars
Miss
dinner
of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marshall and
daughter Melinda were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Pugh and son Jack
over the week end.
LAMB
SATURDAY
lb. 65c
lb. 49c
SHOULDER
NORDIC ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS
MODEL DAIRY MILK
Chocolate
Plain Homogenized
Each $1.50
Quart 20c
Large
lb. 29c
OUR OWN MAKE
Fresh or Smoked
Sausage, Ring
Bologna and Bacon
Picnic
HAMS lb. 49c
l/2 or Whole
Bologna lb. 39c
OLEO lb. 32c
Armour’s
Milk 2 tall cans 29c
Your Choice
Is your home Freezer or locker getting low?
BREAD Loaf 14c
See us for replacement of
Beef Pork Veal Poultry or Frozen Foods.
Rockport
Mrs. Henry- Wilson who has spent
k-er, Mr. several weeks with her sister, Mrs.
Delmer Reagan in Dayton, returned
here last Thursday to be the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
1 until after Labor Day,
le and Mr. Wilson plan to
their new home in
ghters
Mich.:
Mary
when
Angeles
Wolfe
Mrs.
California.
id Mrs. W. E. Marshall
n David Barnett and Mr.
I parents.
71 Mrs.
Mrs
West
riz., Mr.
Mr. and
and
ghter
A card from Rev. and Mrs. E. N.
Bigelow, who are spending their
vacation with Rev. and Mrs. Boyd at
a lake near Backus, Minn., stated
that they had reached their destina
__ _____ „. Enroute they spent one
night with Rev. and Mrs. Mark
Andrew’s at La Crosse, Wis. Rev.
I Andrews formerly served as pastor
ere last week|of the Presbyterian church in Del
Wm. Younk-|phos
Mr.
and Mrs. Lowell Spicer of
arc the parents of a daugh-
Leipsic
ter, Rebecca Jane, bom at Memorial
Hospital in Lima last Tuesday. The
Spicers have many friends here who
extend congratulations.
A group of young peple from the
local Methodist church attended the
Lima District Youth Fellowship con
ference at Lakeside the past week.
They were: Rhoda Beemer, Mary
Stephens, Donna Jean Greenway and
Walter LaRue. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Osa Reams and Mrs.
David Zimmerman.
Frank Holiday, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Marshall of Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg,
Mrs. Laurence Begg and sc
my and Dean enjoyed an
picnic dinner at the home of
Mis. Edgar Begg
and Mrs. Herbert Marshall
Sunday dinner guests at the
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry May
of Col. Grove.
and Mrs. Ralph Marshall and
Mr.
home
berry
Mr.
daughter Melinda of Lexington, Ky.
spent
home
shall.
several days last week at the
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mar-
LaFayette
and Mrs. Everett Cumrine
the weekend in Chicago.
Good-Will Farm Woman’s
Mr.
spent
The
club entertained Thursday afternoon
in LaFayette park the following
clubs: Lafayette Community Country
Benefit, American township, Friend
ly Neighbors, Social Improvement
and Community Home-makers.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clum are
spending their vacation in Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schumacher
and daughters Karen and Martha
are visiting relatives in Peoria, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roberts gave
a dinner Sunday for Ellis Roberts of
Merida, Yucatan.
Roberts’ fiirst
for 18 years.
Mr. and Mrs.
Bertha Coon,
Mr. and Mrs.
PLANTED
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
Los
and
and
bert Barnett and daughter
net in Crestline, Sunday for
and David who has been
here the past week returned
home in Wooster with his
ting
his
Walter Cupp spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cook near
Elida and their guest Mrs. Emma
Deets, a former resident of Rock
port. Mrs. Deets who is the widow
of a Presbyterian minister, will leave
soon to enter a Presbvterian home
for the aged at Elkins, W. Ya.
Mich.,
Mr. and
ns Jim
outdoor
Mr. and
Sunday.
and son
Carolyn, Bobby Davis and Pauline of
Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Moyer
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dorance
Thompson and family, Bessie Guthrie
and Darwin Hull.
Mrs. Florence Ashby of Rushmore
spent last week with her brother and
sister, Harry Binkley and Clauda
Guthrie.
e and Semper Fidelis
Methodist church met
Mrs. Kinsey Heiser
The Keystc
classes of thi
in the home of
Tuesday evening
of Pittsburg, Pa
ing with Mrs,
Rawson.
Mr. and Mrs.
and daughter.
Montgomery’,
Klingler called
L. Klingler,
This was Mr.
visit to the States
Those present were
Amos Foust, Mrs.
Mrs. Alice Dawson,
Richard Roberts and
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Mrs. Ralph Kinsey
as a guest.
Aid Society met
ong, Wednesday
The County
with
with
made
seas,
opened which
next meeting v
Roberts. Miss
a shower Thursday evening in
of Miss Bernice Hullibarger.
Mrs. R:
17 men
27 baby
and the
They
over-
quilts for relief
sunshine bags
netted $31.45.
ill be with Mrs.
The
Lula
gave
Hilda Rumsey
honor
Armorsville
Mrs.
Sarah Oates and son
Glen Owens, Mi
Mr. and Mrs.
family were
supper guests
Chester Kiracrc
Mrs. Dora
Miss Mae St
evening at the
Mr. and A
Miss Margare
afternoon caller
Don,
Clarabel Owens,
Dale Owens and
Wednesday evening
of Mr. and Mrs.
se of Lima.
i rim an and daughter
teinman called Friday
P. Hartman home.
Carl McCafferty,
lider were Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Guider and family of Harrod.
Jack Irwin of Ada spent the week
end with Billy Montgomery.
Mr. and Mrs
son Keith were
of Mr. and Mrs.
called on Mr. an
and family in
Clyde Klingler and
Sunday dinner guests
E. Klingler. All
rs. J. W. Wilkins
ftemoon.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Ada callers, Mo
Wm. J. McCafferty,
irl McCafferty were
iy evening.
P. Hart ma
linner at O:
i honor of
soon be 86
Mr. and Mrs.
tended a picni
Center, Sunday
Hartman who v
old.
Mrs. Sarah
Owens, Miss
and Mrs. Merle
Wm
s and son
bel Owens
Glen
Mr.
illant and daugh
it Thursday even
Jaisy Peiffer of
Frank Montgomery
Ir. and Mrs. Earl
and Mrs. C.
on Mr. and Mrs.
unday evening.
E.
A.
V. S. W. S. of the
church meets
ion with Mrs.
Liberty Chapel
Thursday afternc
McCafferty.
this
Carl
em-
have established
grain shipments
Railroads
from
tried
bargoes on
some areas where farmers have
to move their entire wheat crops to
market as soon as it was harvested.
Loans on wheat are available to
farmers who have farm storages
which will keep the wheat in good
condition until it can be moved.
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Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daugh
ters were Sunday guests of Mrs. Em
ma Roof of Lima in honor of Doris’
tenth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clouser are
spending a few weeks at North Lake,
Mich.
Mr* and Mrs. Harley Kessler of
Lima were Saturday eve supper
guests at the Ralph Woodhead home.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gratz of
Sidney spent Saturday night at the
Ernest Gratz home and also attended
the Gratz-Coon reunion, Sunday.
Mrs. George Myers and children
are visiting her parents at Penncraft,
Pa., for a couple of weeks.
Mr. C. C. Hilty and daughter Ger
trude and sister Lizzie Hilty of Pan
dora spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hilty.
Miss Jeanine Courtney of Lima is
spending this week with her grand
mother, Mrs. I. J. Luginbuhl.
Mr. Harry Kohler, Fresno, Calif.,
Mrs. Alma Griffith and Mrs. Emma
Grber called Friday afternoon on
Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Featheringill
and family of Attica and Mr. and
Mrs. Noland Benroth and children of
Col. Grove were Sunday dinner and
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Follas and daughter Joan.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole of Carrol
ton, O., called Sunday afternoon on
James Dailey. They were army bud
dies.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser called
Sunday eve on Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Burkholder.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matter spent
Friday e\’e with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Matter and daughter.
Nancy Gratz of Sidney and Linda
Core are spending this week with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Gratz.
John Hirshfield of Lima, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Zimmerman of Findlay and
Ray Hirshfield called Sunday at the
Ed Marquart home.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter Emily and Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Gerber were Sunday dinner
guests at the Noah Hochstettler home.
Patsy Schaublin and Sharon Gratz
are spending this week with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schaublin.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman and
family, Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl, Mrs.
Ella Dillman and grandchildren
Larry7 and Sandra and Mrs. Weldon
Luginbuhl called Sunday afternoon
on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yerks of
Lima.
Norma Ray Bucher, David and
Mary Louise Lugibihl, Donnie, Frank
ie and Kenny Badertscher and Bar
bara Reichenbach spent Saturday
afternoon at the Otis Fett home in
honor of Doris’ tenth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gratz, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Gratz and children of
Reading, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Core and family called Sun
day on Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter and
daughter Carolyn spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter
of Shardon, O.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin
and family were Wednesday eve sup
pr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schaublin. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Boutwell and daughter Barbara were
Sunday dinner guests.
Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Fridley, Mrs.
Sam Kohler and daughter and Gene
Kohler were among those that at­
with
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tended a picnic at the Buckeye Lake
in honor of Harry7 Kohler, Fresno,
Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Luginbuhl
and daughters of Cleveland spent the
week end with his mother, Mrs. J.
I. Luginbuhl. Other Sunday7 dinner
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Courtney7 and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son
called Sunday eve on Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Miller and family.
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The undersigned will sell at public auction on the
premises I’/j miles east of Bluffton or 214 miles south of
Mt. Cory and 1 miles west
Saturday, August 21
at 2:30 o’clock
This tract consists of 78 acrep with good drainage and
good farm buildings well located,
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Hours—7:30 to 5 p. m. Saturday 7:30 to 3 p. m.
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THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1948
Terms—$1,000 cash on day of sale balance to be paid
on delivery of deed and abstract.
Thrapp & Warren, Auctioneers
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman and
family, Mrs. Ella Dillman and grand
children Larry and Sandra and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Marquart spent
Sunday7 eve at the Amos and Weldon
Luginbuhl home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz, Mr.
and Mrs. Roily Moser and Harry
Shrider left for New York, Monday,
to meet Mrs. Harry Shrider, who is
returning here after visiting her pa
rents in England the past few months.
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