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Your Life Insurance Estate
—for yourself —for your family
No obligation for this Service
The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
A. C. Burcky Bluffton Representative
Every department of our
business and every nook and
comer of our establishment is
open to inspection at any time.
Good housekeeping is the
rule with us. and visitors are
always welcome.
Our Beauty Shop will again operate
six days a week.
8:30 until 6:00 every day
Thursday evening by appointment
We Feature—
Steamer Hot Oil Treatments to
recondition your hair.
$1.00 per treatment
Minerva Beaute Shoppe
Edgar and Beulah Chamberlain
Mary Ann Bi idenbaugh
You may sometimi
need the facts
you can
learn now.
If you would get a clea
neral matters, that at s
safeguard you and you
have a talk with us.
under the slightest obli
tective funeral inform*
part of our public servi
understanding of fu
me future time might
family, come in and
will not place you
jations. Providing pro
tion is an established
Paul Diller
'Phfrn 222 W.
We are moving put of town.
Our last day is September 11.
Revelon Nail Polish......................................... 2 for 60c
Revelon Sets..................................I...........................$1 up
Face Powder, was SI........................................... now 50c
Rex Compacts.......... ................................... $2
Trio-Ette Compacts........’............................ $2
Other Compacts...................... $1
Contoure Cosmetics.........................................Half Price
Contoure Carryall Bag..................................................$8
Sachets........................................... Half Price
Come in and see our big offer which every one
will profit by.
Vcl's Beauty Box
Vel & Jim Martin
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.50
six months, $1.50 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3. 1879.
Workbooks and school supplies at
Sidney’s Drug Shop. 20
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alspach of
Detroit visited relatives here the
first of the week.
Miss Barbara Diller of Toledo
spent Sunday with relatives and
friends here.
Mrs. Helen Worthington has return
ed to her home on Cherry street after
spending the summer at Lakeside.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B. Longsdorf
of South Lawn avenue spent the
week end visiting in Wooster.
Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs.
John Augsburger of Beaverdam vis
ited Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Will Lightner.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kohli of Ur
bana visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Henry and daughter Ruth Ann, Sun
Mr. and, Mrs. Glen Seneff of Mt.
Eaton were guests at the Ross
Bogart home over the past week
Mr. and Mrs. George Woods of
New Y ork city are visiting his
mother Mrs. Bertha Woods of West
College avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swank, Jr., of
Columbus were week end guests at
the home of Ross Bogart and Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Swank, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lora returned
to Marion, Ind., Sunday, after spend
ing three weeks vacation with rela
tives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Geiger and
daughters Christine Rae and Helen
Kae of East Kibler street vacationed
in northern Michigan last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Rutherford and
daughters Patricia and Sue Ellen of
Tecumseh, Mich., are visiting in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Powell,
Rt. 1, this week and over Labor day.
Rev. J. P. Kochner and family of
Buffalo are spending their vacation
with Mrs. Kochner’s parents, Rev.
and Mrs. W. H. Lahr of Harmon
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keim of
Lafayette, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Basinger of Col. Grove spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Follas and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herr are
moving from the Staater apartments
above the Peter Gratz store. They
expect to live in Columbus where he
will enter Ohio State university.
Mrs. Nettie Fancher wishes to
thank all who sent cards and also
the nurses while she was a patient
in Bluffton hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hochstettler of
Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stettler
of Ada, Mrs. Kate Niswander and
Mrs. Evelyn Reeder were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stet
tler, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bogart of
Cherry street and Mr. and Mis. Geo.
Swank, Jr., of Columbus are guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Baumgartner in Mishawaka, Ind.,
until after Labor Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Zimmerly and
Miss Clara Lora attended the Lora
Risser reunion at Berne, Ind., Sun
day. Mrs. Lydiann Zimmerly ac
companied them to visit relatives and
friends in Berne and Geneva, Ind.
Mrs. Mary Hartman and son
Cloyce of Hoytville and Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Gossman and son Robert
were dinner guests last Wednesday
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gossman and
Miss Bessie Arnold of Cherry street.
Mr. and Mrs. Noland Benroth and
children spent Sunday at the Joe
Follas home. Mrs. Follas and Mrs.
Benroth attended the Golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Reed
Mayberry at Col. Grove in the after
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tschiegg and
family were Saturday evening sup
per guests of Mrs. Lydia Lora and
daughter Miss Clara Lora. Callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Don Sparr and
son of Ada Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hochstettler and grandson Norman
and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Schifferly.
Mrs. Elizabeth Althaus of North
Jackson street and her guests Dr.
and Mrs. Anton Rytina of State
College, Pa., were entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Althaus
and family in Hillsdale, Mich., over
the week end. Mrs. Rytina is the
former Joan Huber, granddaughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth Althaus.
Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Basinger of
Summerfield, 111., Mr. and Mrs.
James Scheidt and Richard Sigfris
of Toledo, Mrs. Delia Marsh and Vi
ola Knight were Friday dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Suter. Rev. and Mrs. Basinger left
Monday for Washington, D. C., to
visit their daughter, Mrs. Lavern
Geiger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold and
family east of Bluffton entertained
the following guests, Saturday: Mrs.
John Sheriff and sons of Fostoria
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sheriff of To
ledo Miss Mary K. Gratz and How
ard Koontz of Bluffton Mrs. How
ard Bead, Mr. and Mrs. John Bead,
Emery Bead and MJss Donna Smith
of Springfield.
Workbooks and school supplies at
Sidney’s Drug Shop. 20
Workbooks and scnooi supplies a
Sidney’s Drug Shop. 2(
Mrs. Martha Flick, former Bluff
ton resident visited friends here Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Little anc
two sons of South Main street visitec
relatives in Akron, Sunday.
Ehnon Bigler of Cincinnati spenl
the week end here visiting his father
Otto Bigler of South Main street.
Robert Watkins of Spring street
is recovering from a hernia operation
at Bluffton hospital, Monday.
Clarence Garlinger of Bakersfield,
Calif., is visiting his brother, John
Garlinger and other relatives here.
Harriet Amstutz is leaving this
week for Goshen, Ind., where she will
enroll as a student in Goshen college.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hilty and
family have returned from a motor
trip to Missouri where they visited
Floyd Woods of Apple Creek is
visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Bertha Woods of West College
I take orders for subscriptions to all
kinds of magazines all year around.
Mrs. Noah Zuercher, 517 S. Main St.
Phone 153- Y.
Harry Deppler, daughter Beverly
and son of Detroit are visiting at
the home of J. C. Deppler, Bentley
road and other relatives.
Mrs. Ida Cooper of Lima, a for
mer Bluffton resident visited the past
week at the home of Mrs. Linda Fett
of Bentley road.
Mr. and Mrs. Inin Long and Mr.
and Mrs. John Garlinger motored to
Auburn, Ind., Sunday to spend the
day with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sheffler of Fre
mont were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Ludwig and Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Ludwig.
Noah Zimmerman, Jr., has been
employed at the Amstutz hatcheries,
it is announced by E. J. Wahlie, man
Mrs. Geo. Blackwood and daughters
Joann and Jud J’ of Detroit are visit
ing the former’s mother, Mrs. Albert
Benroth of North Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lehman of
Lima have returned from Cleveland
where they visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse C. Lehman and family.
Everett Hiestand of Ohio State
university, Columbus, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. M. Hiestand of Orange township.
Mrs. Allen Stauffer and son Don
who spent the past two weeks with
her mother, Mrs. Helen Wells re
turned to their home in Biglerville,
Pa., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Deppler of
Columbus spent a two weeks’ vaca
tion visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Deppler of South Main street
and also at Indian lake.
Diller ambulance removals—Mrs.
Jas. Saltz and infant from Bluffton
hospital to Mt. Cory „Mrs. Morris
Strahm and infant from Bluffton
hospital to the Albert Garmatter
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Niswander
and daughters spent the past week
with her sister Mrs. Erwin Albrecht
and family in Versailles and Lake of
the Ozark, Mo.
Rev. and Mrs. Tigner, former Bluff
ton residents now living in Washing
C. H., called on Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Murray at Bluffton hospital, Tuesday.
Rev. Tigner was pastor of the Church
of Christ here about 20 years ago.
Frederick Herr, former Bluffton
resident, now living in Akron was a
recent surgical patient in an Akron
hospital, it was learned here this
this week. He is now convalescing
at his home in that city.
Andrew Edwards has returned to
his home in Houston, Texas. Mr.
Edwards, a graduate of the Univer
sity of Texas and the Massachusetts
School of Technology is a scientific
crime investigator.
Mrs. Noah Zuercher and son Mer
lin of South Main street have re
turned from Quakertown, Pa., where
they were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
A. J. Neuensch wander. They also
were recently in Berne, Ind., where
they attended a gathering in honor
of the 86th birthday anniversary of
Mrs. C. C. Sprunger, mother of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Basinger who
have been spending several weeks
here left Tuesday on a motor trip
thru the west to visit the Grand Can
yon and other points of interest.
They will return later this month to
Lafayette, Ind., where Mr. Basinger
will resume his duties as instructor
in aeronautics at Purdue university.
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Huber of
State College, Pa., arrived Tuesday
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Althaus of North Jackson
street. They were returning from a
meeting of the National Agronomy
society at the University of Colorado,
Ft. Collins, Colo. Dr. Huber has
left for their home in Pennsylvania
and Mrs. Huber is remaining here
for a week’s visit.
Start Grading New
Mt. Cory Grid Field
Work has started grading Mt.
Cory high school’s new football field
in preparation for the coming grid
season. The field, a four acre tract
adjoins the school. Plans are being
drafted to have the field lighted for
night games.
Robert D. Lee, 5714569 SR
Co. 304, U. S. N. T. C.
Great Lakes, Ill.
Clubs, dodges
and Societies
Poinsettia Club
Amico Club
The Amico club will hold a picnic
at Buckeye lake, Thursday night at
6 o’clock.
arm Bureau Council
Farm Bureau Council No. 11 will
meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Weldon Basinger, Friday evening at
6:30 for picnic supper and election
of officers.
September Wedding
Miss Betty Elaine Steinman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
L. Steinman of South Lawn avenue
will become the bride of Clark L.
Dozer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Dozer of Columbus, in the First
Methodist church, Saturday evening,
September 18 at 7 o’clock. The
custom of open church will be
Class Meeting
Sixteen members of the Ever
Faithful class of the E. U. B. church
of Col. Grove met at the home of
Mrs. Joe Follas for a picnic dinner
and program last Wednesday. Mrs.
Clyde Stewart of Youngstown was a
guest. Assistant hostesses were
Mrs. Vern Elliott and Mrs. Len Mc
Elderry of Col. Grove.
Richland Community Circle
Richland Community Circle will
meet at the home of Mrs. Mavor
Eikenbary, Thursday afternoon,
Sept. 9 at 2 o’clock.
The program:
Song: Roll call health hints
Rheumatic fever Growing Old on
the Fann, then Watch your Diet
Live Longer Contest, Sylvia Berry
Honor Service Man
In honor of Joe Esch of Findlay,
who has enlisted in the Army, Mr.
and Mrs. Orrin Guin entertained at
a family dinner and supper at their
home north of Bluffton on the Dixie
highway, Sunday.
Present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hummon,
Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. Harry Folk,
Fostoria Mr. and Mrs. Worthington
Esch and son Joe, Mr. and Mrs. John
Babylon, Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Deppler and Miss Alice Ludwig,
Double Wedding
William Glenn Price, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Price of Col. Grove
will be one of the principals in a
double wedding ceremony at St.
Paul’s Reformed church in New
Bremen, Saturday evening at 6:30
Priee will wed Miss Leverta Bush
man and Wilbur Greber of New
Bremen will wed Miss Enola Bush
man. The brides, sisters, are daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bushman
of New Bremen.
Each couple will serve the other
as attendants.
Price, a graduate of Beaverdam
high school is employed at the
Superior coach company in Lima.
Greber is engaged in farming.
Stork Shower
Mrs. James Deppler of Lima,
former Bluffton resident was honor
ed with a stork shower by her aunt,
Mrs. D. M. Strait of Findlay, at the
latter’s home last Thursday night.
Olive Branch Society
The Olive Branch Ladies Aid
society will meet at the home of
Mrs. D. I). Williamson, Wednesday
afternoon, September 8.
Entertains Garden Club
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Herr of
Bluffton entertained the Allen Coun
ty Men’s Garden club and members
of the Bluffton Garden club at their
home, Tuesday evening. About 80
were present and enjoyed a showing
of colored slides of flowers in a
floral setting on 'the lawn at the
Herr home.
Bridal Shower
Mrs. Dorothy Bell and Mrs. Opal
Hoffer were hostessesa ta miscellan
eous shower Friday evening at the
Frederick Hoffer home near Pandora,
honoring Miss Betty Jean Edinger,
bride-elect of Wesley Sommers.
The evening was spent in making
scrap books for the honor guest and
gifts were presented in a small
wagon and trailer drawn by Susan
and Dean Hoffer, niece and nephew
of the bride-elect. Refreshments
closed the evening.
Attending were:
Misses Dorothy and Jean Ann
Klingler, Mabel Battles, Ann Bas
inger, Kay Nonnamaker, Mesdames
Flo Clymer, Alice Fisher, Ellen
Johnson, Alberta Marshall, Eleanor
Marshall, Lona Hoffer, Cleora Schal
ler, Rachel Kuhn, Lillian Crates,
Golcia Nonnajnaker, Gladys Cuppies,
Dorothy Bell i and Opal Hoffer.
Gifts and -regrets were sent by
Anna Louise Montgomery, Emma
Wilkins, Mary Binkley, Jo Ann
Westall and Merilyn Crabill.
solid standing tj
paid. We buy al
timber. Cal! A
write to John A|
uy all kinds of good
rnber. Highest prices
kinds of good native
i phone Red-257 or
ia Lumber Co., Ada,
Kool-vent, v
awnings, baked
two tone color,
rep., 123 S.
Fully automati
fice phone P265-
15 l-W.
anywhere in Bl
D, Bluffton New
Iridite steel
windows with bi
zinc coated, che
iridite, finished
350° F. Sales
Balmer, 123’4 S
Ohio. Phone 30:
and Thermoseal
ntilated aluminum
James Balmer, sales
ain, Bluffton. Phone
Main St., Bluffton,
-Y. Also aluminum
windows and doors,
je quarter also porx
for your locker or
Beef sold by tl
half or whole
home freezer. JHo
$50.00 is the :girice
Furniture repairing and upholster
ing of all kinds. Make your old
furnishings look like new at a worth
while saving. Estimates without
obligation. Murray Upholstering
shop, Thurman $t., Bluffton phone.
For sale—Weather-Seal combina
tion doors and windows, made from
kiln-dried California redwood. For
free estimate call W. J. Reagan,
Beaverdam phon^ 175-472. tf
For sale—Beautiful young canaries
in full song. Mrs Walter Gratz. 110
S. Lawn Ave. tf.
For sale—Cobbler potatoes. Harley
Diller, 1 mile north of town. 21
For sale—Stoll’s evergreen sweet
corn for canning and drying also
pickles. Myron Motter, S. Main St
Bluffton phone. 20
Thermoseal all aluminum combina
tion storm windows with self-storing
aluminum screen also wood windows
and combination storm doors. James
Balmer, sales rep., 1231s S. Main,
Bluffton. Phone 309-Y’. JU
For sale—Pie pumpkins, ytnmTM.
Neiswander, Bluffton phone. 20
See me for memorials of all kinds.
Samuel Bixel, 409 S. Main St., Bluff
ton. Phone 429-W. Representative the
Lima Marble & Granite Co. tf
For sale—Dressed domestic rabbits
fryers and baker|. Order by Friday
evening. Rabbit Market, phone 122-W
For sale—600 healthy White Leg
horn pullets hatched May 15. Price
$1.50 each delivered. Jorg Hatchery,
phone 182-W. 20
Wanted—Morning help at Buckeye
lunch. Inquire 555 N. Main St.
For sale—Cold-Spot electric re
frigerator, unit overhauled, with one
year guarantee. Can be seen at
Augsburger’s garage.
Wanted—To rent furnished light
housekeeping rooms or unfurnished
house of 5 or 6 rooms in Bluffton.
Reliable middle aged man and wife
no drinking. Write C. D. Long, P.
O. Box 1791, Toledo 3, Ohio.
For sale—White Rock and New’
Hampshire red pullets. Wm. Gar
matter, 2 miles east on Dixie high
way. Phone 637-R.
For sale—Nice looking coal heat
er, priced reasonable. Phone 479-R.
For sale—Renowm
heater. Mrs. Alice
of Beaverdam.
For sale—Nice 7
house in Rawson, 4
rooms and bath up,
and stoker furnace.
single bed co:
Crise heat controls
H. W. Stager, of
i’ residence phone
■nt 2-bedroom house
iffton. Write: Box
Bluffton, Ohio, tf
combination storm
nze screens electro
nically treated with
’escote baked on at
■presentative: James
Z Market. tf
I will pay for
an 1856 U. S. Flying Eagle cent. $5.00
for 1877, 1909-S Indian cents $2.00
for 1871, 1872 Indian cents. $5.00 for
1909Svdb and $1100 for 1914-D Lin
coln cents. $3.00 for 1885 and $1.00
for 1886 Liberty nickels. Coins must
be in nice condition. Top 1948 prices
paid for all U. S. coins wanted.
Robert Benroth, 612 S. Main Street,
Phone 342-Y. tf
Highest prices paid for scrap iron.
See me before you sell. Will call for.
Bluffton Welding Shop, Dana Math
ewson, corner Riley and Spring
Sts. 21
Shoes repaired. Bring them in and
have Shirley Nonnamaker fix them
for you. All work guaranteed. Mur
ray Upholstering shop, Thurman St.
Bluffton phone.
Amstutz cannery operating Mon
day through Friday until further
notice. tf
Polishing and waxing. Vermillion
Body shop, on Rt. 103.
For an Eagle-Picher certified in
sulation job witfi mineral wool in
sulation see James Balmer, sales
rep., 123’2 S. Main St., Bluffton.
Phone 309-Y.
irculating room
Amstutz, north
room modern
rooms down, 3
nice basement
cupboards, 131 S. Ma
Ohio. Phone 103.
For sale—Dressed
bits fryers and bakers,
day evening, Rabbit
For sale—Modem
114 E. Elm St. Immed
Phone 203-T.
Seat covers at V
shop on Rt. 103-
New’ built-in
n St., Rawson,
domestic rab
Order by Fri
darket, phone
room house
ite possession.
•million Body
For sale—Semi-nmdf
house with fireplace,
boards and new fuma
Special price $5,(MX).
Althaus, phone 453-W.
For sale—Pair footb
10 electric refrigerator,
condition. 121 S. Jacks
rn four room
built-in cup
•e. Insulated.
Mrs. H. W.
F. Garretson,
|1 shoes size
good running
n St. Phone
i ft
idard sewing
sr rockers
Lawn Ave.
For sale—House in Mt.
the owner: 7 rooms, moden
heat hardwood floors.
tan covert cloth, 25 inch
worn, priced right also 2 jacK
8 and boys’ cotton shirts
mile nortli
For sal
fixtures, v
kitchen cupboards, 2 bedrooms up,
one down bothroom down. Up
ground cellar with built-in up
boards. Double garage, fei■iced in
orchard 2 lots nicely lociited on
Main street. Can be seen by iippoint
ment until Sept. 4. Willis
Mt. Cory.
i King,
For sale—2 Heatrolasi gooci condi
tion. Cheap if sold by S
Willis King, Mt. Cory.
ept. 4.
For gale—Factory rebuilt Sunbeam
mixer, a real buy. Basinger’s Fumi-
ture store.
Some real coal stoves at bargain
prices also a few’ odds and ends in
oil heaters. We are closing theSe out
at a discount because we have signed
up with Perfection stove comp.my to
Handle their oil heaters exclusivelv.
Basinger’s Furniture store.
For sale—Two new standard size
fuel oil tanks. Paul E. W1litmer,
phone 850-W.
Fender repair at Vermillion Body
shop on Rt. 103.
For sale—Old kitchen cupboard
also a few dishes, some old. Phone
For sale—White enamel electric
stove, complete with 3 burners, oven
and utility drawer. Mrs. Leslie
Kimmel 537 S. Main St.
For sale—Sweaters and ouses,
sizes 12 and 14 3 wool skirts size
24 waist navy jacket size 12 white
shortie coat size 14 custom built
radio for 42—48 Chevrolet 150
Cherry St. Phone 472-Y’.
Wantctf—Folding camp cot. Phone
For sale—2 pairs boy’s
brown gabardine, 25 inch waifit and
t. bati
For sale—Quaker oil heate
2013, with mechanical draft and fan.
Very clean. Priced for quick sale.
Ivan Johnson, phone 645-W.
For sale—Plums. Harold Marshall,
Orange Twp. Phone 533-T.
For sale—Five doors, various sizes.
Fred Zehrbach, Bluffton phone.
For sale—1941 Estate divided top
gas range for natural or bottled gas.
Paul Emmert, phone 266-W.
For sale—Latest moc
Servel gas refrigerator
shelf. Can be used o
natural gas. Used one yeiir. One
fourth off new prices. Paul. ni mert
phone 266-W.
For ■Corn binder. N. M.
i i lust 1nd, BIu ffton plhone.
For sale-2 piece» mohair parlor
suite. 218 S. Main st. Phone 422-W.
For sale—-Pickles and potatoes.
Stanley Bixel, 3 milts north of town.
Waiited—Senneone to help drive car
part time on trip to Washington state,
California and Texas. Start Satur
day morning. Call phone 591-W after
5 p. ijn Must know not later than
Friday noon.
YOUR property can be
damaged as badly by wind
storm and explosion as by
For a surprisingly low
additional premium you
can have your fire insur
ance extended to cover you
against loss I from these
and several other causes—
all in one policy.
Ask this Hartford
agency about It.
Leland Diller, Insurance
Phone: 295-W
113*4 S. Main Street

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