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THURSDAY. AUG. 19. 1948
Shag mats an
Family washe
THE
YOU HAVE
For Convenience and Time Saving—
Your Clothes Washed and Dried—
Washed per load
Dried per load
WW- Ktw TSIFL IFt Ul-Htl FUIl|tffc|
This is one modern convenience
that "helps a lol." It does away
with a messy, loathsome job.
Incinor takes care of all com
bustible garbage, trash, wrappings—even corn
rinds—without fuss or bother—and at the same time
and chill out of your basement. Simply light the gjs
refuse is'changed to ashes (splendid fertilizer for
NOW
35c
30c
Chenille Bedspreads fluffy like new.
s done in a hurry.
WASHETTE
a. m. to 5:30 p. m. daily
Open
Closed Thursday afternoons.
107 S. Main Street! Bluffton, Ohio
Why Limit Yourself to a One-Fuel
WILLIAMSON
Heating Plant?
This ALL-FUEL
Furnace Will Burn Oil,
Gas, Coke or, Coal
No need to limit yourself to just one
fuel. With the Williamson Tripl-ife
ALL-FUEL Furnace, you have your
choice. Burn oil, gas, coke or coal.
Thousands in use on farms, small
towns and in cities. Monthly payments
to
suit.
Fuma.ce Inspection. Expert
r*Kr I* work make of furnace. Cfcft
I I1LL baeed on labor and materials usgi.
Phone or write today.
THE MODERN WAY
to dispose of trash and garbage
A
MUST for homes with
automatic heat a great
convenience for any home.
EVERY DAY
YOU’RE GLAD
MOYER REFRIGERATION & HEATING
133 S. Main Phone 225-W
Bluffton, Ohio
1
"TRADES TRASH FOR COMFORT"
iiP
FIND OUT ABOUT THIS NEW CONVENI E NOW
$97.50
WEST OHIO GAS
COMES
A
5&6
FOOT
WIDE
Revolutionary
1. Doubles Subsoil Mois
ture.
2. Prevents Soil Blowing.
3. Prevents Erosion by
Watqr.
4. Built to Last a Lifetime.
5. Seif-Sharpening Ohisels.
MODEL S-22
bushels. Easy
costs little
install
operate.
Thousands of
now in service.
Approved by
American Gas
Association
Testing
Laboratory
cobs
and watermelon
takes
dampness
an hour the
or garden).
Installed
GRAHAM
Especially Designed for Ford or Ferguson Tractors, "Jeeps** Horses
Economical and Versatile Because of These 10
6. No Side Draft.
7. Extra Light Draft.
8. Nothing to Grease.
9. Cuts Plowing Costs In
Half.
E. F. Schmidt, Prop.
Massey-Harris Sales & Service
105 E. Elm Street Bluffton phone 260-W
Open Saturday Evenings
Triplett softballers will conclude
1948 season play in a return contest
with Hobart Brothers at Troy, Fri
day night, and attempt to repeat a
victory scored over the downstaters
last Friday at Harmon Field.
In the first meeting of the season
between the two outfits here last
week, th Triplett crew came up with
victory, although at the
the tilt prospects looked
■t
Sportsmen Nine Will
Woolen Mill
Competing in an invitational
tournament at Harrod, the Bluffton
Sportsmen softball team will play
Lima North Star Woolen Mills at
8:30 p. m. this Wednesday.
Competition in the Harrod meet is
expected to conclude season-play for
the outfit, which has compiled an
excellent record during the summer.
Preliminary work for resodding of
Harmon Field was underway last Sat
urday with a group of public spirited
men on hand at the field,
Howard Stager with hi
made short work of dig
areas to be resodded.
Excess dirt was haule
a group of men leveled o
prior to resodding.
Heavy concrete rollers
Truck loads of sod hauled by O. C.
Hursey and Gene Schmidt were strip
ped away from the back of Harmon
Field by the cutter and rapidly set in
place in front of the stadi
crew of men.
During the work progra
Radio and Electric
Appliance Repairing
Complete supplies for
House Wiring.
Lighting Fixtures
Radios Appliances
Fishing Tackle.
All at Money-saving Prices.
Mumma Electric Shop
Carl Mumma
122 North Main
PLOW
Advantages
u
10. Plows All Types of Land
u Without Adjustments.
Bluffton Farm Equipment €o.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
Hobart lost no time in ju
away to a five-run lead at the
of the game, but Triplett’s bq
soon got the range and the
put on their heaviest hitting e
ictory
Timer
HARMON IELD NOTES
o tiller
up the
Triplett and Dave Risser
tend will be used to roll
on the newly sodded a
field and sodded area
by the local
by Augsburger and
unday afternoon to get
ape for sodding.
cutter designed by Dave Ris
constructed by 0. C. Hursey
armor
flooded
the soil
A sod
and the designer was put to good use
Monday night to cut strips of sod for
use on the football field. Pulled by a
tractor, the implement does an effi
cient job rapidly.
ated.
Additional water for
is obtained from a 1
andard Oil bulk statio
Sodding program is bei
lunteers to make recrea
as far as possible in
Lee
nd toward the pro
)gart, Don Robins,
adertscher, Leias
__ ’”r,Tw‘v rturrn
Triplett Softball Team To End Announces New
Season At Troy On Friday Night Tractor l,ow
and Gen
mound for
on outfit
Play Lima
s In Harrod Tourney
The Woolen Mills outfit is one of
Lima’s better teams, and is expected
to provide a severe test for the locals
in the tourney.
Sportsmen players are requested
to be in front of The News Office
at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday for the
Harrod trip.
jk sp'
will end the middle of this wi
proximately 400 square yards
will be replaced on the footba
The project will save approx
$350 the recreation committf
Paul Fritchie, Woodrow Lit
neth Bracy, Dave Risser, Wil
iffe, Ralph and Eddie Reichen-
bach, Norm and Cle
Charles Steiner, Gid
George Linden, William
las Diller, A. C. Burcky,
John Ferguson, Arthur
Mumma, Harold Balme
Schmidt.
Ed
LEGAL NOTICE
n heirs.
executors
plat,
re®
dence are untaiown and with re^onabie dili
gence cannot fee ascertained, will take notice
that on the 22»d day of July. 1948, 'the Plaint
iffs. Wilbur A. Stemen and Erma Ruth Ste
men filed their Petition against them in the
Common Fleas Court of Alien County, Ohio,
the same beind case No. 38350 in said Court,
for the quieting of title to certain real estate
in said Petition described to-wit:
Situate in the Village of Cairo, County
of Allen and ft ate of Ohio, and knewn as:
Outlot Number.Nine (9), in Bangle’s Addition
to 'the Village 'of Cairo, Allen County, Ohio,
being 212 feet more or less. East and West
on the South tide thereof 220 feet more or
lesa. North an| South on the East side there
of 136 feet mire or less, East and Wert on
the North side thereof and 230 feet more or
less, on the
Ohio State Hig iway Route No. 65.
orthwesterly side theivof on
The prayer of said Petition is for the quiet
ing of the tith of said real estate and for
I other equitable relief
Said defendants are required to Answer
said Petition on the 25th day of September,
1948. or judgment will be taken against them.
Wilbur A. Stemen and Erma Ruth Stemen
Plaintiffs
By O. James Staple, Their Attorney 20
LEGAL NOTICE
Peter J. Groo, whose last known place of
residence was 47*12 South West Second Ter
race, Miami, Florida, is hereby notified that
Vivian A. Groo. has filed her petition againrt
him for permanent alimony, costs, and other
equitable relief law and equity, on the
grounds of rfoss neglect of duty, in Case
No. 38371 of the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County. Oh|o. and that said cause will
be for hearing on lor ahou'c six weeks from the
date of the first’ publication of this notice.
Frances W. Durbin, Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 301, Dominion Bldg., Lima, Ohio 21
LEGAL notice
Kennrth T. Hayens, whose place of resi
dence is 87 Cooper Street, Trenton, New Jer
sey. is hereby notified that Faye A. Havens
has filed her petition against him for divorce,
restoration to maiflen name and all proper
relief, on grounds I of gross neglect of duty
and extreme crueftu, in case No. 38351 in the
Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Ohio,
at Lima, Ohio. Saia cause mey be heard and
decided after the expiration of six weeks flora
the first publication of this notice.
Faye A. Havens. Plaintiff
By Clarence C. ‘Miller. Her Attorney
504 Ci'tizens Bldg., Lima, Ohio 20
Home-made Bread
Pecan Rolls
Doughnuts
Cookies
Pies
Etc.
Birthday C^kes
on order
Haucnstq n’s
Bakery
“Fine Baked Goods"
111 North Main St.
Phone 298-W Bluffton, O.
baby model of
Graham Plow- wi
announces the Graham-Hoeme dealer
Bluffton Farm E
Bluffton, Ohio
pment
ictjors
si:
the benefits of
ves life to the 1
Mr. Schmidt sa
s th
s tne large
are bujlt
models, in
mav be |n
Most
the smaller
in width by
says Mr.
ing equip-
dt, “use the s
spikes, chise
s, or the patented Graham at-
“Although intended primarily as a
tool for preparing land for planting,
many of the smaller sizes of the
plow are used as field cultivators.”
The Graham plow has redeemed
foul and abandoned lands, and has
proved its value in preventing ero
sion from wind or water. Lowered
plowing costs and increased produc
tion following the use of the plow
has impressed farmers. The Gra
ham plows are made in sizes rang
in width.
—Adv.
from
projec
at th
•ne b-
Get Household
Appliances Now
Copper and Steel Prices
Continue to Rise and some
Items made of Metal are al
ready unobtainable.
I A STI
hand.
Triplett
iginbuhl
nes West,
wis, Gail
md Gene
stock on
-All
and
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
metal ironing board pad
cover with each electric washer
sold this week.
RADIOS—Two combination con
sole models at special close-out
price.
WIRING SITPL1ES—Full line of
wire. cable, switches. wall
boxes, outlets, etc. Re-wire
now and beat the higher prices.
A N E S. REFRIGERATORS,
WATER HEATERS—Alt ho our
stock is not large we have a
few available for delivery now.
Ellenberger Bros.
Hotpoint Sales & Service
105 S. Main St. Bluffton
KU
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Your Farm Separated
Cream Earns an
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when you sell to the
The Page Dairy Cc.
Bluffton. Ohio
Phono 489-W
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KROEHLER
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108-110 S. Main Street
Bluffton, Ohio
STOP
Scatter Rug Accidents with
Reasonably priced in 24-inch, 32-incN and 54-inch widths.
Basinger's Furniture Store
Forty-Six Years of Dependable Service
Are You 'Set’
for some
Really Big
MONEY
in the
Hog Business?
The problem of giving your
pigs a “quick" start is
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As Advertised in
POST
JOURNAL
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Convenient Terms
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PAGE FIVE
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SKIDPROOF
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•'SANITARY
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CUTS TO FIT ANY SIZE RUG
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Present market prices for
hogs really makes them prof
itable and many farmers
will want to put the pounds
on their pigs and put them
on fast the greatest of
all feeds for pigs and grow
ing hogs is skim milk
farm-separated cream also
is bringing high prices so
you win two ways: (1) by
putting pounds on pigs fast
er, and (2) by selling your
farm-separated cream to
The Page Dairy Co.
'Hew
Come in for a
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DEMONSTRATION
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Lima, Ohio

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