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Brand-Howe Wedding At Mennonite Church In a late afternoon wedding sol emnized Sunday at 4 o’clock in the First Mennonite church Miss Eliza beth Marie Brand, only daughter of Mrs. D. J. Brand and the late Rev. D. J. Brand, Bluffton, was united in marriage to J. Roger Howe, son of Prof, and Mrs. W. A. Howe, Bluff ton. Rev. J. N. Smucker officiated at the double ring ceremony. Bronze seven-branched candelabra holding white tapers and palms formed a background for a center piece and floor baskets of white glad ioli and asters. A chain of white satin ribbon caught up at intervals by clusters of huckleberry was drap ed along the pews. White satin bows with sprays of huckleberry marked individual pews. fumishec ganist ai with voc Love The nuptial music was Claren Sommer, or the bride and groom irdings. "How Do I s sung by Miss Brand y “Ah! S Lord’s Howe a Howe, “The Mr. a duet with Mr et Mystery of Life ayer” was sung by i benediction follown the rgan selections incuded Avenue entrance. “Meditation,’’ “Elegy,” “All The Things You Are,” and “To A Wild Rose.” The Adagio Movement from Beethoven’s ‘Pathetique’ Sonata was played during the ceremony and the traditidhal processional and reces sional wedding marches were used. For Better Building Purposes use BRIKCRETE and DUNBRIK In wide variety of Fast Colors CONCRETE DRAIN TILE The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Waldo D. Brand of Findlay, wore a gown of white mar quisette fashioned with fitted bodice and bertha collar accented by satin applique on the bertha collar. The full skirt ended in a cathedral train of silk illusion was held seed pearls. a white Bible topped .-Lid from which fell streamers with tiny white in lover’s knots. A seed-pearls, a gift by a tiara She carriec with a white orchid white pom-poms caught doubl of the groom, was her only ornament. strand In 4-5-6-8-Inch Sizes Tests have proven the worth of Concrete Drain Tile let us prove it. BLUFFTON CEMENT BLOCK CO Mrs. Waldo D. Brand, sister-in-law of the bride, as matron of honor was gowned in orchid dotted swiss with a drop-shoulder neckline, fitted bod ice and full skirt. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet of white glad ioli and a matching band of gladioli tips in her hair. Phone 213-W or 365-W OfcS«°C’,‘*’"baS Something doing every moment at tbit big. clean, modern fair. Exhibit! in endless variety. Prize winning prod tx is of field, orchard and gardeti Live stock of finest breeding. The latest io farm machinery. Household improve ments and decorations. Art, Science, health, education. Radio, television, electronics. Music, plays, contests, games. Dail} parades, excellent harness races, a great horse show, mirthful midway fun. Good food and: refresh ments. Sanitary rest rooms. C©me and get your share of information, enter tainment and thrills. THOMAS J. HIRBERT Governor of Ohio FRANK FARNSWORTH EDWIN J. BATH Director of Agriculture State Frjr Manoger ADMISSION: Adults 50c plus Floral tax. Children 25c. Free parking opposite 17th iao 66 Ymfs of Saving* 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. UftE DOLLAR WILL OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT WHY YOUR ACCOUNT SHOULD BE HERE INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SIXTY-SIX YEARS UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE OVER 16% CAPITAL AND RESERVE STATE AND FEDERAL SUPERVISION MEMBER—STATE AND U. S. LEAGUES MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 2’/a%—CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST—2ft% The two bridesmaids, Miss Ruth Porter, Columbus Grove, a former roommate of the bride, and college Mrs. Beidler, Cleveland, rraruRrs vou’rf SOUND TO INJOY Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Goat,, Draft ’Horses. Poultry, Rabbits, Cavies. ‘‘Million Dollar** Parade of Livestock. Acre* of Form Machinery. New Certified Sood Show. Daily Tractor Parade. Junior Fair Ohio youth activities. State Dep't Inhibits—i Science, Health, Education, Conservation, Highways, Crime Detection. Radio Shows, Broadcasts. Bands, Choral Groups, Quartettes, Solos, Plays. Superb Grandstand Show, Proa Fireworks Display. INSURED YOUR SAVINGS ARC SAFI' i wore aqua frocks of dotted swiss. The dresses, identical in style, fea tured high necklines with bertha col lars and bustle backs, old fashioned gladioli and matching bands of gladioli tips in their hair. anna Bowen, at the pionc the reception. They carried bouquets of yellow Misses Nancy and Connie Patter son, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson, Bluffton, were flower girls. They wore floor-length dress es of canary yellow dotted swiss and carried miniature bouquets of orchid gladioli and matching hair bands. Ring bearers were Craig and Scott Edwards, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Bluffton. They wore white tailored suits and each carried a white satin heart-shaped pillow. James Howe, brother of the groom, was best man, and ushers were Nor man Beidler, Cleveland, and Richard Gratz, Bluffton. The bride’s mother selected for the ceremony a wine satin dress with black accessories, and the bride groom’s mother chose a royal blue crepe dress with black They wore corsages of buds. A reception for 150 held immediately after the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra R. Moser, uncle and aunt of the bride. This occasion also marked the twentieth wedding anniversary of the host and hostess for whom the bride served as flower girl at their wedding at the age of four. The lace-covered table was lovely with an all white three-tiered wed ding cake topped with two large wed ding bells. A bouquet of long pastel lighted tapers among garden flowers buffet and multi-colored id mixed flowers were ughout the home. centerc gladiol placed oom Thomas, sister of the :veland, cut the bridal id by Miss Pearl Sommer, Sidney. Mrs. Jam sister of the groom, Others serving w Oyer, Mary Lon Di er, Dover Magrita Freie, Amsterdam, ifary Johnston, Wil- Gratz, also a rved the punch. Mis more, K kept the Jean Ann Steinman of guests. All those gowned in summer el shades. Miss Jo resided during 01 reception, Mr. After the and his bride lake. For traveling, a tailored wool ga powder blue with I She wore the whit from her bridal be veek on the bride chose ne suit of cors for They will make their next school year in trailer village on the lege campus set up for dents. Both Mr. and will enter their senior year this fall. Mr. Howe, a sociology major, and Mrs. Howe, majoring in voice. Bluffton col married stu Mrs. Howe LEGAL NOTICE The unknown heirs, legatees. devisees, administrators, executors and assigns of F. M. Swaney, deceased, whose places of resi dence are unknown and with reasonable dili gence cannot be ascertained, will take notice that on the 22nd day of July, 1948, 'the Plaint iffs. Wilbur A. Stemen and Erma Ruth Ste men filed their Petition against them in the Common Pleas Court of Alien County, Ohio, the same being case No. 38350 w said Court, for the quieting of title to certain real estate in said Petition described to-wyf: Situate in ‘the Village of /Cairo, County of Allen and State of Ohiy. Mnd known as: Outlot Number Nine W), in JPansrle’n Addition to 'the Village of Cainp. Ail/o County. Ohio, being 212 feet more or JeW, East and West on the South side thejjMf220 feet more or less. North and South on the East side there of: 136 feet more/ «r less,/ East and Wert on the North side thRrtef ajld 230 feet more or less, on the Northwesterly side thereof on Ohio State Highway Rowte No. 65. The prayer of said Petition is for the quiet ing of the title of said real estate and for other equitable relief. I 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 Ry O. James Steele, Their Attorney Condensed Statement Jan. 1. 1948 ASSETS Cash and Bonds_______________ Loan* and Contracts Other Assets--------------------------- Total Assets___________ ________ Other Liabilities________________ CAPITAL AND RESERVES ___ Total Liabilities and Res. THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Richland Center Mr. and Mrs. Marioi and daughter Emily ca I day evening on Mr. ant of Norwalk ne Amos and Mrs. Chas. Sharp spent several days at Weldon Luginbuhl horn Miss Catherine N Philadelphia spent froi until Saturday with Philip Hilty and daugh Mr. and Mrs. Herb daughter of Columbt Luginbuhl of Clevelai week end with Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'son spent Sunday ever and Mrs. Russell Leibe Steiner. Mr. and Mrs. Wai spent last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. daughter Sharon evening supper Mrs. Ertiest Gratz. accessories, white rose- Harold Amstutz is at the home of his par Mrs. Wm. Amstutz, company were: Mr. an Sims and sons Roger Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr. at Kolvas of Detroit, Mr. i Amstutz ers were of Cairo, Jr. and ’Floyd Smith of Findlav guests was sxvander of Wednesday r. and Mrs. er Minerva, rt Coon and and Ray 1 spent the I. Luginbuhl, larquart and ng with Mr. and sons. Hochstettler ed last Tues Mrs. Watson Mi's. Willard Jennings. Mrs. Amos Luginbuh Mrs Weldon Luginbuhl Chas. Sharp spent Frit with Mrs, Ella Dillman Mrs. Robert Dillman am Mr. and Mrs. Thurn daughter spent Friday the Warren Moser hon Mr. and Mrs. Wilford daughter Sharon were I ing supper guests of Walter Schaublin and Russell Schaublin and I Sunday evening supper night and Sunday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Reno daughter Mary and Lee Coon were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest noon callers were Mr Leonard Gratz. Miss Elizabeth Imbav Calif., Noah Hochstettlei ter Lorena and Miss were Sunday dinner gu and Mrs .Amos Gerber Mrs Stemen Plaintiffs Schaublin vening with ker of Lima. I Gratz and ist Thursday rf Mr. and O. Si Wilf werf guesi uch improved ents, Mr. and Their Sunday 1 Mrs. Frank .nd Robert of Mrs. James uid Mrs. John call Richard Olt Win. Amstutz and Mrs. and Mr. and of Toledo. IEvening Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 1 son Larrv, ML. Mr. and and Mrs. y evening id Mr. and family. Marion Hochstettk Afternoon callers Evan Davis of Rus Mrs ing callers were Mr. anc Gerber and family. 20 1, in- Crops reports up to August dicate farmers will have a record sup ply of feed grain per animal unit in the next feeding season. Only a major disaster to the corn can change the picture. $ 660,720.05 3,858,919.71 186,941.46 4,706,581.22 LIABILITIES Deposits _______________________3,688,540.53 258,454.12 759,586.57 4,706,581.22 IT IS EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL We are as close io you as the Post* office. Write us for one of our "Save By Mail" kits and learn how easy it is to accumulate an estate by a regular systematic plan at this old established company. The Citizens Loan and Building Co. 4 209 N. MAIN ST. LItfA, OHIO Mrs. Larry Core is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz. Mrs. Chas. Sharp and Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Hiram Neuenschwander. Rev. and Mrs. Landoline Amstutz and daughters Romona and Aleda of Mountain Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Luginbuhl and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman spent Tuesday evening at the Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser enter tained with a fish fry Sunday even ing the following: Mr. Clair Moser and family Mrs. Ernest Freet, Mr. and Dana Moser, Mr. and Mrs. Matter, Mr. and Mrs. Roily Moser and sons and Mr. and rs. Kenneth Moser. of of Chino, and daugh arie Imbach psts of Mr. md Mr. and and daugh ere Mr. and n. re. Even Mrs. Robert By MORE VALUE You’ll enjoy lively, dependable road-action with lower cost per mile! Chevrolet’s Valoe-in-Head principle of engine design is found elsewhere only in higher-priced cars. And Chevrolet’s world’s champion engine has delivered more miles, for more owners, than any other power-plant built today! 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First and Second degree will be given to a class of 12 or more candidates at Richland Grange next Tuesday evening, given by Gilboa Grange. aftern and a rd 1 Mrs. Mrs. Wa buhl d- and Mrs. tests The work will be Walter Schaublin Mr. and Mrs. called Sunday afternoon at the Stan ley Morrison home in Findlay. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Inglas of Berne, Ind., called last Monday evening on Mrs. Mond un Kohler and daughter. Chas. Friedley n on Mrs. San Mrs. called Sundav n Kohler and this and .pending nts, Mr. grandpa vchaublir Kohler and daughter evening on Mrs. J. I. ,LEGAL NOTICE whose place of residence and ress is Box No. PMB 6443-H. Missouri is hereby notified that fled her petition to maiden s Box No. PMB 6443-H -------jri is v nna Jean Ellis has tinst him for divorce, reAoratii ne and all proper jeliei, oij gross neglect of dj^y 1 that you are noi itlary under Rented uu. ... „u 164 in the CourtVof Common Pleas of Allen County. 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