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The undersigned will offer at public auction at the late residence
of Ira J. Kimmel, o’/z m|les southeast of Bluffton, 1 mile north of
the intersection of Lincoln Highway and Route 69 and 1 z mile west.
Saturday, August 28
I at 1 p. m.
The following personal property belonging to the estate of ha
J. Kimmel, deceased and also other personal property:
Hog sty mowing machine wagon and bed tractor breaking
plow McCormick wheat binder baled straw harness
wire fence log chain vice and bench lot small tools: I
tooth harrow roller manure spreader farm trailer coal
General Electric refrigerator Florence tabletop kerosene range
Heatrolas Firestone cabinet radio dining room suite
drawers studio couch W hit® dropleaf sewing machine
casional chairs lounge chair Boor lamps living room suite
9 by 12 Merrill piano 4-piecf bedroom suite oak bedroo
2 beds and dressers wardrobe Hoover elec
Friend electric washing machine like new
16 ft. extension ladders, many other articles
Edith Gertrude Kimmel
Thrapp & arren—Aucts. Ream & Marshall—Clerks.
6 doors lawn mower
Adms Estate Ira J. Kimmel, deceased
Attys., for Adrax., 314 Faurot Bldg., Lima, Ohio.
Lippincott & Lippincott,
Washable acetate prettily
pleated and trimmed with Cel
anese fabrics. Easily hung over
headboard of, bed, their warm
glowing beauty lends an added
charm to your boudoir—plus
plenty of light for reading. So
practical, too can be kept
clean with just the whisk of a damp
cloth. Choice of styles and colors.
and Night Stand Lamps to Match
Forty-six Years of Dependable Service
Couple Is Wed In
The bride is a graduate of Bluff
ton High school and is employed at
the Kinsinger Produce Co. The
groom is a graduate of Smithville
High school and is a student in
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
groom, presided at the
played the traditional wed-
marriage by her father
ire a gown of white satin
with matching mitts and carried a
colonial bouquet of white roses. Her
only ornament was a pearl necklace
worn by her great aunt on her wed
Edith Berkey of Cleveland,
S groom, was maid-of
wore a gown of pink
bouquet was of yellow
Martin of Bluffton, friend of
groom, was best man. Elton
Beery of Medina, also friend of the
groom ,was usher.
Both mothers were attired in navy
blue crepe dresses and wore red rose
Following the ceremony, a recep
tion was held in the church parlor.
The bride’s table was decorated with
a three tiered wedding cake and
miniature bride and groom and cir
cled with pink roses.
Serving at the bride’s table were
Mrs. A. R. Klueter of Lima, Miss
Margaret Berkey of Cleveland, and
Miss Fluff Biome of New York City.
For her going away the bride
chose a white waffle pique dress with
white accessories and a rose corsage.
The couple left for a wedding trip
following which they will return to
make their present home at 109 East
Oregon is visiti
and Mrs. Alvin
spent last Thursday with
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
•r, Mrs. R.
Miss Zoa Frantz of
Ind., is visiting her sist
A. Krohn and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morris of War
saw, Ind., and Mrs. Delos Keel and
on Mrs. R. A.
of Bluffton called
George Casey of
have been staying
of her sister, Mrs. Rich
and family for several
the present time Mrs.
surgical patient at St.
in the home
Casey is a
Rita’s hospital, Lima, and her con
dition is critical.
Miss Nancy Richardson of Rudolph
Ohio is visiting in the Aaron Hiltj
Miss Ann Light of Ottawa, Ohi
has been staying in the home of he
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Zuercher
South Stroke, Jackson, Michipan
Charles J. Rowe, whose last known add re:
hereby notified that Hildegard G. Rox
i filed her petition afrainst him for divor
case number 38381 injthe Court of Cwnmt
filed her petition araini
Allen County, Ohio, alleging Gro
her ground for same ai
of (minor child and stir
chile, and that said cans
on pr after the 16th da
Res. :117 E.
P. O. Box 9. Bl
the meal better
include meat in your menu.
Fresh and Salt Meats
Couple Is Married
In Pandora Church
son and Mrs.
son of Elber
n read the double
30 p. m. before a
te gladioli, lighted
abra, and lattice
tes and greenery,
tapers and ce
White wedding bells tied with
the side of the
a sheer yoke edged in
long fitted sleeves
the hands, and full
into a circular train
edged with chantilly lace ,caught up
in front displaying a petticoat of
ruffled lace. The fingertip veil of
imported illusion had inserts of chan
tilly lace and fell from a tiara of
orange blossoms and lace. She car
ried an arm bouquet of white roses
which cascaded streamers of
a cameo necklace, a gift of the
Her only jewelry was
Attending her sister as matron of
honor was Mrs. Ormel Schaublin,
who wore a gown of peach net over
taffeta with low shoulder neckline,
short puffed sleeves, and a gathered
braid. A heart
quet of yellow
completed her costume.
stutz and Rc
I skirt. She wore
and a halo of hair
shaped colonial bou
and white pompoms
best man was Daryl
ers were Francis Leh
Schaublin, Evan Am
Mrs. Kenneth Suter, soloist for the
program of nuptial music, sang “Be
I Love Thee,” “O Promise
Perfect Love.’ Mrs.
rganist, played “In a
“My Heart at Thy
and “Clair de Lune.”
was held at the home
parents following the
miniature china bride
of the bride’s
and groom were placed in front of
the three tiered wedding cake topped
with white wedding bells. Assisting
ding trip and
and she woi
Lehman and family,
of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Mrs. Daryl Amstutz,
Dorothy Lugibihl and
left for a short wed
on their return will
bride’s home. For
bride changed to a
dress with pink lace
essories were in black
roses from her bridal
is a graduate of Bluff
high school and is employed
office at Pandora high scho
id graduated from Mt.
Marilyn Ruth Steiner entertai
a number of girl
spent in playing games
light refreshments were
The occasion was
Guests were Sherry
Janet Peterson, Janice
Betty Badertscher, Caro-
id Marjorie Schick, and Nancy
In the evening entertained v
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox, Mrs. Mary
Hand, Mrs. Cleo Garau and son
Stephen, Sherry Zimmerman, Enos
Steiner and daughter Lucille and
Mrs. Alta Garau, Mrs. Naomi Stein
er and son Paul David.
Enlists In Navy
Robert D. Lee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Garvin Lee who recently en
listed in the Navy is now at Great
Lakes Training center. He was
formerly employed in offices of the
Superior Coach Co., of Lima. Pres
ent address is Co. 304 U. S. N. T. C.,
Great Lakes, Illinois.
Well give you
$4.50 for your
old electric shaver
Bring us your old electric
shaver and we’ll give you $4.50
for it toward the purchase of a
new Remington with improved
Blue Streak twin shaving heads.
That’s right! We trade you a
New Remington for your old
electric shaver, any make, no
matter how long you’ve had it.
We want to prove to you that
one of these new Remingtons will
give you the finest shave you’ve
ever had with any kind of a shav
Don’t wait—come in with that
old electric shaver
start on the road to
Your child takes
30,000 STEPS A DAY!
Make every single one count!
This offer for a
Your Friendly Store
Buy "BUILT for ACTION" Red Goose Shoes!
W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store
Scientific Fitting A Specialty Bluffton, Ohio
AAA Test—102% Neutralizing
A More Efficient Form of Limestone for
farm when you
If you have already placed your order, phone us when
you want deljVery.
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Orange Tp.... 2.50 Ton
Union Twp........ 2.50 Ton
111S. Main St.
THURSDAY, AUG. 19. 1948
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Truck delivery from our quarry to your
and spread on your fields
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Bluffton Stone Company
Phone 142-W Bluffton, Ohio
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NOW ON DISPLAY
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