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THURSDAY, AUG. 26. 1948
Bluffton Sportsmen will play their last game of the season Saturday night of this week in a tilt with Findlay Tractomotive at the River side park in Findlay. The tilt will be one of two games scheduled in a doubleheader at that place. All Sportsmen players are requested to be at the Bluffton News office at 6:30 p. m. In invitational tournament play at Harrod last week, the Sportsmen top ped Lima Woolen Mills, 11 to 3, in the opening round, then fell before Harrod by a 5 to 4 score Sunday night. A. C. Burcky UfILLIAMSON W Wtmh-ih iu-fBti nusstt Sportsmen Nine To Close Season At Findlay This Saturday Night Against the Woolen Mills team, K. Your Insurance Estate Prevision a tout Provision —for yourself —for your family The Northwestern To C. F. Nisuvander J— Furnace inipectiln. Expert repair work on any B" BC make of furnace! Cost based on labor and ma IB hl terial* used. Fhoile or write today. Monthly Payments To Suit for Yield for Quality for Bracy was the winning hurler, al lowing only four hits and striking out 10. Bluffton scored one run in the second inning, another in the fourth and nine runs in a sixth-in ning uprising. It w’as a real heartbreaker that the Sportsmen lost to Harrod, Sun day night, when Harrod came from behind to win, 5 to 4. Bluffton had scored one run in the fourth inning two in the fifth and one in the sixth, to lead 4 to 3 at that time. The tying and winning runs came in the seventh, however, to give Harrod the victory. Bracy gave up only four hits, but Mutual Life Ins. Co Bluffton Representative for the Corn Harvest nd a heavy corn crop you need quality binder twine. Quality indguaranleed length,strength, eight make III Binder Twine choice every corn cuttin*. To sure your crop will be securely this season, estimate your fiber and your maki lou n'll twincl needs now, and give us your orderIfor III Binder Twine, manti factuiLl by International Harvester, next time you are in town. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER I FARM EQUIPMENT I HEADQUARTERS "Vbry Pleased With ALL-FUEL Furnace" "The Heater Company: "We *rl very much pleased with our Wil liamson laipl-ife Furnace. Our house is more comfortable and we use less fuel. We do not fire as oO|n as formerly and our rooms are all comfornble." I (Signed) Mrs. E. Dawson, Ohio. Ths a|l-FUEL Furnace Burn* Gat, I Oil, Coke or Coal MOYER! REFRIGERATION & HEATING 133 S.I Main Phone 225-W I Bluffton, Ohio ™11 I........ ..................... Highest Market Price for Poultry ai Country Route Servic brings our truck Charles Kip.singer More Farmers Plant Order Today from R. A. STRATTON, Bluffton. O. R. —a phone cal! your door. -w PHONE 492 Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohio Profit 1 nA. 1 FRANK HECTOR, Leipsic, O., R. No} NORMAN HANNEWALD. Jenera. O. JACK KLINGLER. Ada, (K R. No. 1 ROY VANDEMARK. Columbus Grove, OTHMAR SMITH. Columbus Grove, OM R. No. 1 HENRY SCHROEDER. Columbus Grove. O.. R. No. 1 O., No. 1 walked two men in the sixth and two in the seventh to cause trouble. Bluffton had five hits two singles by Bracy a triple by K. Moser a single by Tschantz and a single by Jim Gratz. Neil Schmidt On Purdue Grid Squad Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue Ath letic News Service—Cornelius (Neil) Schmidt, hard driving halfback from Bluffton, who won his freshman numerals last fall, is regarded as one of the most promising sophomores who will make bids for berths on Purdue’s football squad this fall. Schmidt, a 6 foot, 170 pound lad, whose play was outstanding during an effective spring drill session, is being groomed for action at the left halfback spot where he £an utilize his speed and shiftiness to full ad vantage. Neil launched his athletic career at Bluffton high school, where he captained both the football and basketball squads his senior year. In football he was given honorable mention on the all-state team and played in the Ohio all-star game at Canton, while in basketball, where he broken the school individual scor ing record w’ith 430 points in 18 games, he was named on the first All-Ohio team. During World War II, he served for 22 months in the Sea Bees, win ning a battle start at Okinawa. The Bluffton prospect will report with the remainder of the Boiler maker varsity squad for the opening of fall drill on Wednesday, Septem ber 1. Armorsviile Mrs. Henry Hilty is visiting her son Reed and family and her sister, Mrs. Clara Wilson of New York. Jimmy Fox of Lima is spending a few days w’ith his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser. Miss Rosella Moser left Sunday for Arkansas to visit her sister, Mrs. Howard Hover and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream returned home Saturday after spending the week at Coldwater, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moser and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Ervin Moser home. Miss Mary Ellen McCafferty spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty. Mrs. Dora Hartman called at the O. »P. Hartman home Saturday after noon. Last week callers at the Owens home were: Mr. -and Mrs. John Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kimball of Columbus, Mrs. Paul Faze and daughters, Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman and daughters, Mrs. Mack Andrews Nancy and Billy, Miss Nellie Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hixon, Mrs. Donald Morgan and daughters Mary Ann and and Martha of Middletown, and Bruce Thompson of Alliance. Those that enjoyed a basket dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Eibling of near Dunkirk were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Long and daughter Roberta of Webster Grove, Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Jim Asire, New’ Castle, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Orren Klingler, Mrs. Alvena Keefer all of Youngs town Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Minter and sons of Richwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Borger and daughter of Dola, Mr. and Mrs. Earl King and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Long, Mrs. Don ald Sams and children, Ross Long KODAK rUM Bert i Printing oar plctar® with depend Film in the yel e film that get* able low box th® pic tha« Aavoio Then send u» rolls for export and printing,. S DRUG SHOP SIDNE Electrical Repair and Service Household Appliances, Re frigerators, Sweepers, Radios, Etc. /House wiring, wall plugs and .switches installed. Prompt nervice. Calls answered day or night. Licensed electrician. Work Guaranteed Estimates without obligation. Ferrell Electric Shop 353 S. Main St-, Bluffton Phone 443-Y THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO Bluffton college will make four home appearances in the eight-game schedule drafted for the Beavers this fall, with the season opener set for Sept. 25 when Wilmington will play here in a night tilt. With four home games on the 1948 card, the Beavers will be returning to a full program of play on the local field for the first time since be fore the war. In Bluffton contests, local follow ers will have a chance to see Wil mington, Cedarville, Manchester and Pointing for the opening of their regular season in a home tilt against Kenton here on Sept. 17, Bluffton High football practice was launched last Friday under the direction of Richard Lowry, new Pirate head coach. Prior to the season-opener, how ever, the locals will appear in the second annual Bluffton football pre view on September 10, in which they will go through a 16-minute work out with Forest. Following the preview appearance, the regular Bluffton schedule in cludes the following games: and lady friend Miss Jane Baroff all of Kenton Mr. and Mrs. Omer Long Jr. and family of Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hauenstein and fam ily, Lafayette Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Klingler and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klingler and daughter, Ada and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler. Afternoon callers were: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hughes and sons of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Hawley and daughter Brenda, Mrs. Ruth Long, Mr. and Mrs. Max Klingler and son all of Ada. Mrs. Otto Owens of Youngstown, Dr. A. J. Owens and Dr. F. J. Owens of Detroit spent Wednesday with Sarah Oates and Clarabel Owens. The W. S. C. S. of Pleasant Hill church will hold an ice cream social at Paulding Center Community House, Friday evening, Aug. 27. Serving starts at 6 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Esely and Kenneth Y'oung of Londonville spent several days at the Owens home last week. Pleasant Hill Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nitrauer of Columbus were Monday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber and son Gerald Huber and family attended the Augsburger reunion at Riverside park, Findlay, Sunday. Mrs. Mae Bidding of Bourbon, Ind. Mfs. Grace Molotte of Bourbon, Ind., and Mrs. Russell Huber were Friday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber. Joanne Barnes spent Monday and Tuesday of last week with Kay Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fleming were dinner guests at the Willard Jennings home, Monday. There will be an ice cream social held this Fridayf night at the Com munity house, sponsored by the w. s. c. Bluffton College To Play Four Home Contests In Eight-Game Schedule Pirate Gridders Working Out In Preparation For Nine-Game Card S„ been'nning at 6:00 p. m. Mondaj eveniiig callers of Mr. and Mrs. Leenard Iratz were Mr. and Mrs. Ridlard Stettler. Sunday even ii callers of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter Sharon, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winegardnor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Groatz, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and son Ronald returned home Sat urday from a week’s vacation at Concrete Drain Tile IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Farm land is made more produc tive when properly drained. Can be worked earlier. Soil fertility is increased. But be sure your tile is CON CRETE. For properly made con crete tile gets better with age. Won’t crumble or shale under frost. Always perfectly round and true. Dense, firm and strong. All sizes. Low prices. Prices Per 1,000 Tile $ 50.00 5" Tile 69.00 6" Tile 95.00 8" Tile 169.00 10" Tile 265.00 12" Tile 340.00 Concrete Blocks each 17c AH prices f. o. b. plant Ottawa Tile & Brick Company Ottawa, O. Phone 164Y Arlington Builders Supply Arlington, O. Phone 41 Defiance. All are night games with the exception of the Defiance and Cedarville frays. The complete schedule for the sea son includes: Sept. 25—Wilmington, here. Oct. 1—at Findlay. Oct. 9—Cedarville, here. (Homecoming) Oct. 16—Manchester, here. Oct. 21—at Ohio Northern. Oct. 29—at Taylor university. Nov. 6—at Ashland. Nov. 13—Defiance, here. Sept. 17—Kenton, here, Sept. 24—at Ada. Oct. 1—at Pandora. Oct. 8—at Van Wert. Oct. 15—Celina, here. Oct. 21—at St. Marys. Oct. 28—Wapakoneta, here. Nov. 5-—-Bellefontaine, here. Nov. 12—at Columbus Grove. Six of the tilts on the nine-game card will be in Western Buckeye league play, in which Bluffton is the only Class member. League op ponents include Kenton, Van Wert, Celina, St. Marys, Wapakoneta and Bellefontaine. Newaygo, Michigan. Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son were Mr. and Mrs. Burdeil Huber and daughters. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gleason and children of Portland, Indiana were Sunday over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gleason and family. Karen and Joyce Zimmerman spent a few days last week at Dwight Frantzs of Mt. Cory. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and family, Sunday even ing- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badertscher were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Badertscher and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badert scher and family. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmer man and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Spallinger are spending a week fishing at the Straits, Mich. MW ^g gg JW ^g 1 The average consumption of apples in 1947 was 25 pounds per person in the U. S. but each person ate 62 pounds of citrus fruits. No one has estimated the comparative amounts of Season’s Near for POISON IVY Take special care on picnics, hikes thru the woods, or wherever poison ivy may grow. Learn to recognize the leaf. 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