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Apple Sauce Pack 10c
Strawberries Pck. 49c
Blackberries Pck. 29c
Orange Juice Can 27c
MILK
Minced Ham Dutch Loaf
Pickle & Pimento Veal Loaf
t'heese Loaf Souse.
All For
lb. 49c
Picnic
HAMS
FISH
III.!. —....................
Weekly Livestock Auction
In New Modern Sale Pavilion ’/2 mile east of Columbus
Grove on Rt. 12
Every Friday Beginning August 27
All livestock health inspected and sold to highest
bidder.
Operated under the packers and stockyard act. Daily
livestock market Monday through Saturday. Heart of
Northwestern Ohio livestock area where buyers and sellers
meet at auction every Friday.
Write, wire or telephone for information: Columbus
Grove phone 144 Pandora phone 118-A Leipsic phone 122.
Harold Boyde. Manager. Auctioneers—David Walters,
Carey, O., Ralph Geckle, Ottawa, 0.
The Putnam Co-operative
Live Stock Ass’n., Inc.
Licensed Bonded Insured
Phone 144 i Columbus Grove, Ohio
Home Killed Meats
BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB
cMtovtce
Sliced
Bologna lb. 39c
Skinless
Weiners lb. 45c
Jowl Bacon lb. 45c
Slab Bacon lb. 45c
Armour’s Milk
2 cans for... 29c
MILLER’S MODEL DAIRY
Homogenized Plain Buttermilk Chocolate
Your Choice
Your Choice
LUNCHEON
MEATS
Quart 20c
King Nut lb. 32c
Nu-Maid lb. 33c
Squeeze Bag
DIXIE Wfil 42c
mRRGHRinEyymu
One-half or Whole
No Bone No Waste
Churngold lb. 40c
Delrich lb. 43c
OUR OWN MAKE
Fresh or Smoked
Sausage, Ring Bo
logna, Piece or Sliced
Bacon.
NORDIC ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS
GALLONS Each $1.50
SHERBETS PINTS 19c
Baby Beef Sold by the Quarter
Fronts 52c Hinds 55c
Large Variety of Frozen Food Containers
Also Paper
BREAD Your Ch,,i" loaf 13c
Is your home Freezer or locker getting low?
See us for replacement of
Beef Pork Veal -Poultry or Frozen Foods.
lb. 49c
lb. 29c
Beaverdam
Mr
of Mi
Mr.
Mr. a
Wert
Saturd
Ewing
are
and Mrs. J. C. Yant.
and Mrs. Vance Weaver
nd Mrs. Tom Baldwin of
visited last week
John Goodebue at
Warren Amstutz left
for California after a
tion with his parents,
I. J. Air
■k Hawk
I
Frederick who is en
Buckeye Coach Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Turner of
were calling on friends i
ity on Saturday evening
Mr.
and
Van
and
with Mr
Mich,
on Thursday
10 days vaca
Mr. and Mrs.
Kramer spent
Mrs. J. L.
id Mrs. C.
with r.
at Columbus and Sunday
dted Mr. and Mrs. Homer
at Lithopolis.
employes of
o. enjoyed a
Mr.
Frederick, son Phil
er Judy of Elkhart,
Mr.
the
nd daught
spent the
weekend with
ployed with
and
Younkman
weekend guests
Daniel Younkman
Mr. and Mrs. Wm
Bernard Gratz were
of Mr. and Mrs.
and family at Clyde.
The Yant Reunion was held Sun
day at Lincoln Park in Lima. About
one hundred were present.
Richard Lutterbein is spending two
weeks with the National Guard at
Camp Atterbury, Ind. Mrs. Lutter
bein left on Monday to spend the
week with her husband at cam
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Byerly,
and Mrs. G. Wilbur Byerly of
were Sunday afternoon visitoi
Mrs. Cynthia Elliott.
Mr.
Otis
Thursday with
Gierhart and
and Mrs.
Bassett.
Mr. and
family of
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Graveline.
Mrs. Richard Wilkens
Milford, Ill., are vis
The members of the Junior class
of the Church of Christ enjoyed a
picnic on Sunday at Russell’s Point.
Mrs. Lillie Anderson was a
day dinner guest of Mr. and
Homer Bowers and son Mick
Ada.
Reunions
The White reunion will be held at
Riverside park, Findlay,
Aug. 29.
Pres., Don White Sec.,
White.
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Forty-six Years of Dependable
Service
Richland Center
and Sunday eve
Mrs. Sam Kohler sp
with Mrs. Lydia Bac
Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kathryn Maidlow and
Sharon Ann and Bob
Sunday eve with Mr. a
Gratz.
egli and Mrs.
grandchildren
y Roof spent
id Mrs. Ernest
Mr. and Mrs. Richs
Wayne, Ind., Mr. and
ter and daughter an
Matter were Sunday
Mr. and Wayne Matt
Mr. and Mrs. Ed
spent Sunday afterno*
and Weldon Luginbuh
Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Sunday eve with Mr.
ua Amstutz.
Buckeye
Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Cab
Lima called .Thursday
Marquart home.
Kaye and Jimmy M.
Wednesday and Thur
and Mrs. Kenneth Dir
of Springfield.
Lima
rs of
ere Sunday evening
21ara Jennings.
Dewitt Bassett
and Mrs.
cia spent
E. J.
called Sunday eve.
Mrs. John Boehm
Miss Elsie Stew’art of
Thursday afternoon 1
Mrs. Ernest Gratz. Mr.
Gratz and Mr. and
Gratz and daughter wen
Li mi
the vicin
Mrs. Clara Jennings attended the
Huber Reunion at the Richland
Grange Hall on Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Clair Huber of Findlay, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Jennings and fam
ily of Leipsic
callers of Mrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray mo
family and Mr. and 1
Walters spent Sunday
and Mrs. Russell Ain
daughter Sharon.
Sunday,
Basket dinner at noon.
Bernice
The 21st reunion of the Augsbur
ger family will be held at Riverside
park, Findlay, Sunday, Aug. 22.
Pres., Joan Augsburger Sec., Mrs.
Thelma Schetter.
NOW
uginbuhl
of
thaus
the
Ed
einer and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenn
son and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cup
pies arid daughter sp
at the Arthur Miller
Sunday eve
er spent
ly with
i and family
last
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family spent Sunday evt
Mrs. Francis Basinger a
Mr. and Mrs. John
Marion, Mr. and Mrs.
buhl
buhl
with
Mrs.
with Mr. and
nd daughters.
Luginbuhl of
Robert Lugin
id Ray Lugin
the week end
iuhl. Mr. and
il and family
and son Tommy a
of Cleveland spen
Mrs. J. I. Lugin
Kenneth Luginbu
Mr.
of Jenera and
Cleveland spent
with Mr. and
4 Mrs. Reno
ra. Wil ford
Mrs. Sam Kohler wa
that attended a Kohl
Ada park, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis
daughter were Sunday
of Mr. and Mn
of
mong thost
reunion al
Jarquart and
inner guests
Rav
and and
Harold Amstutz was bro
home last Thursday fror
hospital. He has been con
July 11 from injuries recc
auto accident. He is son:
proved.
Sun
Mrs.
his
jffton
since
in an
what im-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matter of Ft.
Wayne, Ind., spent the week end at
the Earl and Wayne Matter homes,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moser were
Sunday dinner guests at the Warren
Moser home. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
Luginbuhl were evening callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty, Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Schaublin were past week callers at
the Walter Schaublin home.
Mrs. Marion Hochstettler and
daughter Emily called Monday after
noon on Mrs. Sam Kohler and daugh
ter. Sol Luginbuhl called at the Koh
ler home last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boettcher of
Cleveland were Sunday dinner guests
at the Ralph Woodhead home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin
called on Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl Monday
evening.
Bluffton Man Named
To Ayrshire Ass’n.
Maurice Bell, Bluffton Ayrshire
breeder, has been elected to mem
brship in the Ayrshire Breeders’
association it was announced this
week. Ancestors of Bell’s herd trace
back to the hills of County Ayr,
Scotland, from which the breed de
rives its name.
Notice!
I have a few Philco Port
able radios, battery and
electric will sell at $25.00,
complete with battery.
Ferrell
Electric Shop
353 S. Main St.
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1948
and (Societies
Picnic Cancelled
Church of Christ picnic scheduled
night has been can
of the death of Harry
for Thu
celled be
Thomas.
.Matter,
!. Earl Ma
Mrs. Sars
Laymen Meet
Association of
will meet Friday
the
Christian Laymen
night at 8 p. m. at
church.
Progressive Mothers Club
The Progressive Mother
speni
Josh
Swank next
i. The pro
Crawfis
meet with Mrs. Juanita
Tuesday night at 8 p. i
gram: Devotionals, Lavonne
Religion in the Home,
Gues
I Speak­
Steiner.
Bridal
Hon
a coming bride
Shower
ring Miss Genevieve Buhler,
a number of friends
were entertained at a miscellaneous
shower at the
Ann Steinman,
home
Friday
Garden Club
Mrs. Harry
of Miss Jean
night.
Gratz
will entertain
the Garden club, Thursday afternoon.
The program: Plans and reports of
committee on garden exhibit to be
held Sept. 3 in the Methodist church
Bargains in Quick Bloom, _Mrs. Arm
in
Home
Contei
Dwarf Trees and
Mrs. Levi Gable
Committee.
Hauenstein
Gardens,
Program
Busy Bee Club
Five girls in
Bee 4-H club received
in their summer dress
ed by Miss Bernie
horn
Bluffton Busy
highest award
projects judg-
Vandemark,
instructor at Gomer.
Margaret Stratton,
are
Louise Reichenbach, Vida Mae Diller,
June Hostettler and Kay
E'ach girl is eligible to take
the annual style review to
in Lima Memorial hall. Frida
part in
be held
y night.
Gold Star 4-H Club
Five demonstrations entered by the
Gold Star 4-H club of Orange town
ship won first place in the Hancock
county elimination contest at Find
lay, Saturday and will be entered at
ite fair.
th
Ed Manpart.
and
lond
Thev were:
Mae Henry,
Care of clothing, Edith
Sara bell
inch.
Willeke
Jacqualine and
prevention, Vir
Mont-
quality cream
Fir
and Rosemary
•duci
ginia Crible\
gomery
(team), Viol
Gallant (individual) Betty Rea
Bales and Marilyn
Complete costume by Edith
Henry, first in the style review
be exhibited at the fair, as
Mae
will
will
dress up and tailored dresses made
by Rosemary Montgomery and Vir
ginia Cribley.
Canning exhibits of Violet Bales,
Virginia Criblez and Rosemary
Montgomery will be entered in the
4-H junior fair.
High School Class Reunion
Bluffton high school class of 1923
enjoyed a picnic and reunion on the
College campus, Sunday, with 18
class members and their families
present.
Attending were: Mr. and Mrs.
Theo, Stepleton, Lima Mr. and Mrs.
Roland Kibele. Jackson, Mich. Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Lehman and daugh
and Mrs. Aaron
ter. Berne, Ind. Mr.
Murray, Washington C. H. Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Wiebe
Willard Mr. and
Anderson and son, Cairo
Mrs. Herman Badertscher
ily, Arlington Edison Diller, Pan
dora Mr. and Mrs. Eli Garmatter,
Mr. and Mrs. Ambert Basinger and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Diller
and family, Miss Ethel Basinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beals and
daughter Peggy, Mrs. Edgar Bixel
and Miss Dawn Stonehill, Bluffton.
and
Mrs.
daughter,
Raymond
Mr. and
and fam-
Wedding Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moorman of
Van Wert announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter Jewel
to Wilhelm Amstutz II, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilhelm Amstutz of Bluff
ton. The ceremony will be perform
ed Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clpck
at the St. John’s Evangelical &
Reformed church in Bluffton in an
open church sendee.
DAY SHIFT
The Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.
SEE A. R. BAKER
Bethesda Societies
Bethesda W. S. E. S. and L. A. S.
met at the church last Wednesday,
with Miss Bessie Arnold leader. On
the program were: Vocal solo, Mrs.
Lola Beagle playlet, “Better than
Silver or Gold,” Mrs. Sylvia Basing
er. Mrs. Lola Beagle, Miss Fern
Koch Original poem. Mrs. Verna
Pifer. Mrs. Lawrence Urban will
entertain the group at an all day
meeting at her home in September.
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Grain (bushel prices) Wheat
$2.06 corn $1.90 oats 72c soys
$2.45.
Poultry—Heavy hens 32c leghorn
hens 30c heavy broilers 38c leghorn
broilers 35c.
Eggs—Large white 54c large
brown 52c.
Butterfat—72c.
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BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
Francis Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Basinger, D. D. S.
Telephone 271-W
Bluffton, Ohio
___________BRANCH O? FOSTORIA ANIMaE PRODVCTS. INC. ________
Auction Sale
Cf 78 Acre Farm
The undersigned will sell at public auction on the
premises l’/2 miles east of Bluffton or 2*/2 miles south of
Mt. Cory and 1% miles west
Saturday, August 21
at $:30 o'clock
This tract consists of 78 acres with good drainage and
good farm buildings well located.
Terms—$1,000 cash on day of sale balance to be paid
on delivery of deed and abstract.
Thrapp & Warren, Auctioneers
Milford Haas
Executor Estate of Jacob Haas, deceased.
Steinman Eros. Lumber Co.
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