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PAGE SIX
MR. FARMER:
127 N. Main Street
Custom Slaughtering
Midway
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Here is a owm.ei: wu w/rnztrn*.^ strwt for
those who have hoa»e frwafcs o* izv-kfrs.
All slaughtering .1 vx? xnsywNted quart
ers—-everything prepared tvi&c* fnr freeing.
Ask us about this saetwiee which is available to
you at any time in the year it a worthwhile saving.
A to I Meat Market
& Lockor Service
For Better Building Purposes
use
BRIKCRETE and DUNBRIK
In wide variety of Fast Colors
CONCRETE DRAIN TILE
In 4-5-6-8-Inch Sizes
Tests have proven the worth of Concrete Drain Tile—
let us prove it.
BLUFFTON CEMENT BLOCK CO
Phone 213-W or 365-W
THOMAS J. HERBERT
Governor of Ohio
STATE FAIR
Phone 276-W
28 thru Sept
£1
Live*todc, Poultry ohd Produce exhibit*
Acre* of Form Mochinery
Dollar" UvMtock Porode
Seed Show
Junior Fair
IT pROGRtSS' UIIUH6
VitTH FRtSW ___
An exposition expressing the continuous progress of agriculture,
industry, science and art. This year wider in scope and more
interesting than ever. Fresh with new classes, new exhibits, new
events and new thrills. A place where Ohio youth participates with’
its elders in showing, demonstrating, observing and enjoying. Edu-,
cation, recreation and entertainment for all who come.
___ Stole exhibit* Science,
Health, Education, Conservation, Highway*,
Sand*, Choral Group*,
Ploy* Hor»e Show
Crime Detection
Quartette*, Solo*,
Harness Race*
e Firework*.
FRANK FARNSWORTH EDWIN J. BATH’
Director of Agriculture Stale Fair Menage*
FfATURtS
OUTST ANDINO
YOU'RE SURI TO ENJOY
Grandstand Show
66
Years of Savings
and
Loan Experience
Organized in 1882, we have been
continuously engaged since that
time in helping our customers and
friends build their savings accounts
Into valuable estates.
UimE
3
dollar will
OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT
ADMISSION: Adult* 50c plus
Federal tax. Children 25c.
Free parking opposite north
gate on 17th Avenue.
''Miflion
______ new Certified
Daily Tractor Parade
Radio Show*, Broadcasts
WHY YOUR ACCOUNT
SHOULD BE HERE
INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
SIXTY-SIX
WHERE YOU SEE
THIS EMBLEM
NSURED
YEARS UNINTERRUPTED
SERVICE
CAPITAL AND RESERVE
OVER 16%
STATE AND FEDERAL SUPERVISION
MEMBER—STATE AND U. S. LEAGUES
MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK
234%—CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST—234%
Rockport
1 Mrs. Lawrence Begg and
ny and Dean spent the past
a vacation trip to Niagara
I points of interest in Can-
od6
Dennie Van Meter and
Begg returned Monday
week’s vacation with their
uncle, Mr. and Mr
Meter of Chardon.
Miss Joan Maybf
Miss Edythe Cupp of this place
SEED
OF
PROVEN
RESULTS
Farm Bureau
HYBRIDS
A lot of testing and proving
goes into a bag of Farm
Bureau Hybrids—that's why
we call them the £Seed of
Proven Results." They’re
tested at every step of the
way we know they'll
GROW. Stop in tomorrow
—let your Farm Bureau seed
serviceman
"The Seec
suits."
tell you about
of Proven Re-
Phone 311-W
ALLEN
Condensed Statement
Jan. 1, 1948
ASSETS
Cash and Bonds---------------------
Loans and Contracts
Other Assets ----,---------------------
Total Assets----------------------------
LIABILITIES
Deposits ........ i---
Other Liabilities ....,---
CAPITAL AND RESERVES
Total Liabilities and Res.----
FARM BUREAU
Cooperative
$ 660.720.05
3.858.919.71
186.941.46
4,706,581.22
3,688,540.53
258.454.12
759.586.57
T706.581.22
IT IS EASY TO SAVE
BY MAIL
We are as close to you as the Post
office Write us for one of our
"Save By Mail" kits and learn how
easy it is io accumulate an estate
by a regular systematic plan at this
old established company.
The Citizens Loan
and Building Co.
209 N. MAIN ST.
LIMA, OHIO
THE BjXFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
I The Kings Daugh
enjoyed a (Christian church 1
Columbus Grovel meeting with Mrs.
friends at Sugar Island in Michigan,| Wednesday evening,
the past week. I Marion
Farm Bureau Advisory Council No. I Bernice
4 had a hamburger and weiner roast (Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I bride’s
Marshall, Wednesday evening at Packer,
6:30. This was followed by the
discussion program for August in
charge of D. C. Campbell.
The Farm Bureau
met at the home o
Bernard Miller, Tues
Mrs. Blanche Eve
and Edwin Cupp of Pandora motored I antly surprised on her birthday Sun
to Cleveland Wednesday where theylday by her mother, Mrs. Seth Mc
visited their sister Mrs. Delmerl Kee and sisters Anna, Bertha Jane
Smith and family for several days! and Lucille. Mrs. H. Hubner of
and the latter also attended a busi-1 Tontogany and Robert Pedlock of
ness conference. I Walcott, Mich., were guests of Mr.
Eugene Van Meter who has work-1 and Mrs. Ed Stumb, Thursday.
ed for the Metropolitan Bank ini Mrs. Clyde Shrider gave a ...
Lima the past year, left Monday fori Sunday for her family honoring Mr.
Bloomington, Indiana, where he has I Shrider’s birthday.
accepted the position of Soil Con-1 Sgt. Frank E. Mc(
servationist of Monroe County. Mr. I Ky., spent the weekend with Mr. and
and Mrs. Van Meter were in Bloom-1 Mrs. Oliver Maxwell and family,
ington the past week where they
bought a house with a 5 acre tract
of land at the edge of the city. The
I family will join Mr. Van Meter
I within a few weeks.
I Mrs. Walter Cupp of this place,
I her son Richard of Columbus and
I Mrs. William Risser of New London
I left the first of the week for a trip
to West Virginia. Mrs. Risser will
I stop in Morgantown for a
relatives while Mrs. Cupp
|ard will visit a friend
visit with
and Rich
of Dick’s
Cahill and
Mrs.
daughter
Lynne who spent the week with Mr.
and Mrs. Orlo Marshall returned to
Sunday,
for
their home in Cleveland,
with Mr. Cahill who was here
the week end.
Mr.
re-
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Price and
and Mrs. Lloyd Basinger have
turned from a motor trip through
the east visiting points of interest
in Pennsylvania and Virginia also
Washington, D. C. Enroute they
I stopped at Youngstown to attend the
davI
I Price family reunion at the home of
xir-n- I Carl Reese.
William
from a
aunt and
Donald Van
LaFayette
of the
Blunden
1 Miss
married
5 of the
E. Crib
Hullibarger
afternoon in
parents wit
officiating.
M. A.
13
evening.
was pleas­
a dinner
u of Ft. Knox
GOOD PASTURE
IS HOT EHOUGH
FOR FULL MILK
PROUUCTIOH
Your own grain plus Master
Blend Concentrate will give
you maximum milk production.
We
are equipped to grind
your grain and balance It
with Master Blend Concen
trate.
We recommend
and follow the ap
proved Master
Mix feeding pro
gram and formu
las.
Come In and see us today.
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger, Mgr.
Feeds, Fertilizer. Grata and Custom
Grinding
Phone 317-W
The Fisher family reunion was
held in the Lafayette park, Sunday,
with the following out of town
guests present: Mr. and Mrs. Z. W.
Adams, Chicago Mr. James Fisher
and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ash of
Rochester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kahler,
Mrs. Ruth Hollman and daughter
and Mrs. Bess Morris of Lima. Mrs.
Vina Bargs of Lima spent Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. May.
Rev. Beougher of Wauseon filled
the pulpit at the Christian church
Sunday morning.
Mrs. Leroy Sampson and children
have returned to Phoenix, Ariz.,
after spending several weeks with
relatives and friends.
Family Gathering
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rusher and
daughter Betty entertained at a
family picnic dinner, Sunday at
their home of Berea and celebrated
the birthday of Mrs. Rusher.
Present were: Mrs. Ella McHenry,
Bluffton Mrs. Blanche Roberts, Col.
Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arnold of
Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Arnold and family and Mrs. Davey
of Mt. Gilead.
QUALITY
SOFT & HARD
COAL
From Kentucky, West
Virginia, Pennsylvania and
Virginia. z-
Stokers Automatic
Heat Controls—Moore’s
Smokeless Coal Heaters—
Buckeye Coal Stoves and
Non-spill Stoker Coal
Shovels.
Howard Stager
Coal Yard
on A. C. & Y. Ry., N. Main St.
I'hones: Office 265-Y
Residence 354-W
Yes, compare the features—com
pare the prices—compare what
you get for what you pay—and
you, too, will come to the con
clusion that Chevrolet is first in
value. It alone gives Big-Car fea
ture after Big-Car feature for
Big-Car motoring results—and
gives them at prices which are
lower than those of any other car
in the field!
COMPARE THE FEATURES
CHEVROLET-
9nly Chevrolet combines the
Jnitized Knee-Action Ride for
gliding smoothness ... the world’s
champion Valve-in-Head engine
for performance and economy ..
Body by Fisher for tasteful beauty
and luxury and Fisher Uni
steel Construction plus Unitized
Knee-Action plus Positive-Action
Hydraulic Brakes for all-round
safety protection!
322
At
Friday
wntioi
west o|
S. C. SPRUNGER
Kidron,. Ohio
Make these 4 comparisons
before you buy
any car
COMPARE THE VALUE COMPARE THE POPULARITY
Only Chevrolet gives BIC
QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES
STEINER CHEVROLET SALES
BLUFFTON, OHIO
THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1948
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
earn, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
.LAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
tention Ohio Breeders
Bowers & Stone Wish To Announce
A NITE SALE
August 27, 1948
100 REGISTERED HOLSTEINS 100
SPEC IAL—We are offering 60 first calf vaccinated Heifers.
Wc consider these the finest ever offered by us for sale.
FEATURING some outstanding Canadian Breeding from
THE MARKSMAN, SOVEREIGN. MONOGRAM
FAMILIES.
WHY NOT BUY WHEN YOU KNOW YOU ARE
GETTING REAL DAIRY COWS?
Absolutely sold as represented with a money back
You are invited to come and look them over
sale. Four generation pedigrees furnished with
AUCTIONEERS
and
BOWERS & STONE
R. R. 1, Medina, Ohio
NOTE:
jeally a
again st
(E.S.T.)
fresh quite a while,
might be a good time to replace her with a good young fresh or
springer cow.
You can identify the biggest value
in any list of products by picking
out the one product which enjoys
greatest popularity, year after
year and, of course, in the field
of motor cars, that one product is
Chevrolet! More people are buying
Chevrolet^, and more people are
driving Chevrolets than any other
make of qar, this year as for the
total 17-y^ar period, 1931 to date!
You'll agre
car buye
quality —a
in these til
rolet's Big
in its price
prices are
Moreover,
you substai
and upkeej
budget all
OMPARE THE PRICES
with millions of other
s that prices —like
e a major consideration
les and just as Chev
Lar quality is unique
range, so Chevrolet’s
he lowest in its field.
Chevrolet also saves
tial sums on gas, oil
—just to help your
le more!
CAR
that’s why
7 P. M. (E.S.T.)
234 miles south of Medina, Ohio, on Route 3,
e mile on State Route 162 or east of Route 42.
SALE HELD INSIDE BUILDING
LUNCH SERVED
guarantee,
before the
each cow.
J. O. FENSTERMAKER
Homerville, Ohio
-I have seen most of these cows and heifers,
a outstanding group of fine young individuals.
Irt with a real cow, and she will be in the ring at 7:00 P. M.
In the meantime, if you have an aged cow that has been
1 suggest, with beef selling high, that this
They are
We will
“Cy.
P'"
IS FIRST!

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