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THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1948
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HURSEY & SON BLUFFTON HALL HARDWARE CO McCOMB FIELD CULTIVATORS THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO rabbi Tang of fall iu the air these mornings—and on starlit nights you can spot the rising of Sirius the dog star, sure sign that fall’s near as the katydids are proclaiming night ly,—only two full weeks until Labor day—and mothers busy getting the small fry ready for school—which reminds us that there are a lot of reverberations about the move to dis-1 the ball game in Cleveland, Satur card the Grade school beH lot I day, when the Indians play Chicago, of the oldtimers want it kept as al It all started when 16 teen agers relic—never realized that so much I qualified for a free trip to the game sentiment could attach to a school as winners in a ba: bell which when we were young sum moned us to classes which made us unhappy—however taken off a lot of unpleasantness and bell with an aura as one correspondent put it, the cidentally bell was sort of a symbol of oneness I selves. —if you were rich or poor, clean or I loads are planning to take dirty, bright or otherwise, the ring-1 day morning. ing of the bell was for you and I they’re doing a lot of re-sodding on I Friday the 13th—it has Harmon field in preparation for the I gone as it does football preview next month and I the coincidence Coach Lowry starting high school I calendar. grid practice next Monday and I day that has come to the ears of they say that Beaverburg, Bluffton I this column concerned the eyeglasses college’s trailer camp for married I of Paul Stauffer of West Kibler couples will be bigger than ever—I street which were ruined when he colleges change just like everything I ran over them while mowing else—remember when a baby buggy I lawn where he had lain the on the campus was a curiosity I minutes before and although it John V and there’s the last rounds of picnics may be considered an ill omen to Two and family reunions w’eddings hurrying on before August found the journey pl bows off the stage. n I den on North Jackson become quite tame Anderson out at Jesse’j 'range I fore enteri several! The dog Aaron Geiger, Bluffton’s oldest i ideas—he took first pla froin Bluffton airport the other daj and saw the town aiid coiuntrysidi froi ly. n the air—and enjJoyed it great L,ooks like it will be Blufftoi Presbyterian Sunday school day a required six months regular attend ance at Sunday school or its equiv- the years have|alent. With the youngsters the edge of anyliastic about the trip, have invested the I older ball fans became of vanished days providing transportation seeing the game At last reports Apparently rabbits ful this fall—which relieve the high-cost At any rate the wild rabbit popula-1 by bus Friday to spend the week end I Belvidere, Tenn, tion here in town appears to be do-1 with Miss Helen Basinger in Zion, I Those present ing right well—Wilbur Potee, city! HL They had breakfast in Ohio,INiswander, Mrs. mail carrier sighted a mother rabbit I luncheon in Indiana and Illinois and I Mr. and four little ones gamboling on thela picnic supper with their hostess, I Mrs. College avenue tennis courts across! Miss Basinger at Petrified Springs! McCain from Harmon field the other day ..I in Wisconsin, and they say that a rabbit family domiciled in Charlie Dillman’s gar- and summer I start a trip on that day, four women I wander and Mrs. Lydia Badertscher living of a I thing but monotonous. They were I family of eight. I Mrs. Esther Hochstettler, Misses I The occasion was in will be plenti-l Bernice Zimmerman and Lorena I other sister’s family may help to Hochstettler all of Bluffton and Mrs. [Leichty who formerly lived here and the weekend from meat problem.! Lesta Simmons of Stryker who left I visited here over to Berlin, Germany. There of will be a get-together of Madison, West Virginia and A.I «tx_ I Dad Lehman meet at the Northern| Baptist convention this week. Griffiths end to I enroute I Lehman I man, formerly of the Bluffton college I conservatory is director of music at I Rochester-Colgate Baptist seminary I at Rochester, N. Y. The Baptists I have a tract of more than 1,000 acres I around Green Lake where they have I developed extensive facilities for summer meetings. stopped here over the week i ,, is directing the music. Current interest centering around proposed removal of the Grade school bell has brought out the fact that any old records—if any there were— st and there is no official ir as we have been able to the date of installa bell—or for that matter the year of erection of the grade school building. to learn, a: tion of th year Informat on relative to the bell Edgar Hauenstein, Bluff icist, who recalls that the ■e he entered the first vent with his father, the w Hauenstein, a member ol board to see the new was still uncrated at the school building. That, he says ars ago. The bell replaced bell, disposition of which is comes fron grade late Ant of the s bell whic a smaller unknown. As to the older portion facing Jackson I street was built in 1875-76 according to Dode Murray who recalls that building operations were under way when he started to school. The replaced a which still street, now the Grade school building, “new” brick building former frame building stands on North Main I establishments of Wm. and Russell Tripplehom. after night wh gc Point small with long foxlike muz Pomeranians and son Waldo Kiohler, t-, Visit his brother Esmond! to Wisconsin where Dad Augsburger Mrs. Ray Guider received a news paper clipping this week from Mrs. Raymond Bame, former Blufftonite now in California, showing a picture of that crate of vegetables sent us I by the Van Nuys Chamber of Com merce after we printed a tourist’s comment to the effect that some of |the San vittles somehow I The picture does full justice to the I foodstuffs which we found to be of I excellent quality. Fernando valley-grown wharn’t so good. Those Pomeranian dogs the Leland! Sechlers have at their home in! Orange township aren’t much fori size—but as a burglar alarm they’re! tops. They set up such a bedlam of! noise at the approach of a stranger, I hair, sharp bushy tail, pounds are le and under 8 pets and are intelligent and vivacious. Colors are black, white and brown, the Sechlers’ dogs being the latter color. Racing to the Auglaize county fair ’by which Iat Wapakoneta with a certificate of so that a horse could enter cost Arthur Swank race horse-breeder pled guilty to a in Lima municipal eligibility a trotting event, sters enthus-1 Orange township Rome of the I when he interested in|speeding charge and them nine car-|w^*c^ be recently sold was scheduled off Satur-1compete in one of the track events jn_| court last Thursday. Swank explained that a race horse which he recently I at the fair Thursday night and he I had forgotten to give the buyer a come and I certificate of eligibility. He was ften when I hurrying to the track with the bobs up on thelpapers "hen he was picked up by Biggest casualty of thelthe motor cops. And the Henry Hubers back from|Harshe and K™ndson Bobby, Mr. and a two weeks’ sightseeing trip bylMrs- Ray Akerman, Albert Kohler, plane in Alaska. They say the! w’eather is about as it was here! mornings and evenings the past week| —from 50 to 70 degrees. They were| surprised to see so many Ohio people! touring Alaska, including Dr. West-| phal of Findlay and others from! Bellevue and Newark. Their air route was from Chicago, via Minneapolis! and Seattle. It’s a 22 hour trip from| Chicago to Fairbanks, Alaska—71 hours from Seattle. At Seattle they! saw planes being loaded to fly food| *enn supplies Family Dinner A family gathering and basket the I dinner were enjoyed at Ada Park, a few Sunday’ by’ descendants of the late and Rachael Kohler. daughters Mrs. Sarah Nis- ant and any-1 are the only children honor of an Mrs. Geo. were: Mrs. Sarah Katherine Kohler, and Mrs. Lee Coon, Mr. Albert Balmer, Mr. and and son Jimmy, Mr. Mrs. Frederick Criblez, Mr. and Jacob Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. Albert Badertscher, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Badertscher, daughter Norma and son Wayne, Chester Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Bur dell Huber and daughters Anita and Leola, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber Dale, Mrs. Clara Niswander, Mr. and Mrs. Esmond Milton Badertscher and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman and son Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Belvidere, LEGAL NOTICE Dell Ellis, whose place of residence and I mailing address is Box No. PMB 6443-H. former ___ ___ Wisconsin when the Arch Griffiths! divoroe. rertoreflion'to mriden22_.i__ _____________ r, iil Springfield. Missouri is hereby notified that LlufftOlllteS at Green lake,! Donna Jean Ellis has filed her petition 2’____ __'__ __ I name and all proper relief, or, the grounds name and all proper relief, on Yhe grounds of groes neglect of duty and extreme cruelty -r. ., I and that you are now imprisoned in a peni- The tentiary under sentence theretoj in Case No. I 383154 in the Court of Common Pleas of I Allen County. Ohio. Said causd may be heard I *nd decided after the expiration of six weeks I from the first publication of this notice. Donna Jean HIHs. Plaintiff, ,C' Miller, HeJ Attorney, 504 I Citizens Bldgr., Lima, Ohio. 20 LehdHMMMMMMssmwMMMMM Wanted To Buy! Old Dishes, Old Coffee Grinders, Ityyo Lamps, Paper Weights (glass), Old Kerosene La/nps, Miniature Glass Shoe or Hats, Small pieces of (/hina or Porce lain Statuary, Old Pictur es, almost anything you have old /stored in your attic. i Call 350-R or drop me a card. Harry Bogart 180 Kibler St. 5 My resit Bluffton. Write: GM! For Salo CHAIILES Box Mi PUBLIC SALE I, the undersigned will offer at Public Auction at my home in olumbus Grove on Route 65 across the road from Grove Dale Feed Co., the following property, on Friday, August 20/1948 at 1:00 o’clock P. M. IOUSEHOLD GOODS MAKE YOUR HOUSE EASY ON THE EYES Use Granitoid the seif-cleaning outside house paint that spreads easily, covers thoroughly and dries quickly into a smooth, durable, lustrous finish that makes the oldest house look just like new ... a finish that lasts for years. Kurfees Granitoid House Paint is by far the most economical we know of. KURFEES 2-COAT METHOD First, apply Kurfees Primatrol, the outside primer that completely fills, seals and covers every pore the highly important foundation for a real paint job. Second, use Kurfees Granitoid House Paint for full protection and lasting beauty. Three-coat results with only two! Color charts and full particulars free to all! Drop in today! 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