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THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1948
FARM MACHINERY SALE Saturday, Nov. 27,1948-10:00 A. M. GREENVILLE, OHIO Over IOC Tractors Farmall MD’s, M's, H*s, Super A’s, John Deere’s, AC’s, LA Case, Fords, M-H, M-M, Oliver 99. Shredders, combines, spreaders, discs, plows, all kinds farm machinery. Farmers: Bring anything you wish to sell. We have more buyers from more states than any sale in America. Lease farm Equipment Phone 1319, Greenville, Ohio IT S A PATE Saturday Night Youth For Christ Rally PANDORA H. S. GYM HERE’S THE PROGRAM: SINGING WITH THE TREADWAYS (New song books too) YOUTH CHOIR MARIMBA AND XYLOPHONE (Mumaugh family, Lima) SPEAKER, T. H. EPP, Director Back to the Bible Broadcast, Lincoln, Nebraska Saturday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 P. M. COME EARLY FOR A GOOD SEAT. EIGHT GREAT DAYS WITH REV. THEODORE H. EPP Radio Evangelist I Back To The Bible Lincoln, Nebi ible Teacher Broadcast November 28-- December 5 Daily at 7:30 except Saturday Tuesday-Friday at 1' St John Mennonite 00 a. m. one mile east of Pand Special musical talent to be fes eluding: Mumaugh family with nt Men’s Gospel Team of Bluffton, Gir octet, choir, Swiss Male Chorus, ii Beginning at 1 p. The following property: Terms—Cash. Simmons chaise longue, new cushfcned metal porch chair maple desk chest metal utilit mohair living room suite R. C. A. coffee table 2 rugs 9 by 12 and pads book shelf hassock -upholstered rock* magazine rack 2-plate glass mirrors refrigerator 6 ft. Perfection 5-bumer oil1 leaf table and 4 chairs whatnot shelf clo hamper hall tree metal lawn chair 5 electric water heater cedar chest 5 piec new metal bed with box springs 9 by 12 drawers 9-piece dining room suite large heater bicycle. 1942 Ford automobile, fully equipped, At this time I will also sell my 7-room modern home consisting of 4 rooms down and 3 rooms up, with built-in porches, hardwood floors, acre land with good barn. This is one of the fine homes in beautiful Pandora. Terms—$1,000 cash on day of sale, balance when deed is transferred. Raymond Walters Thrapp & Warren, Aucts. Hatfield, Clerk Church ira, Ohio Come with the whole family. Everyone is invited. Public Sil I, the undersigned, will offer at Saturday, No Itured every night, in rimba and xylophone, 4’ Trio, quartet, mixed i^trumental variations. home in Pandora, 27th table 2 piece inet radio new ay lamp maple :eT bridge lamp Hotpoint electric ►illstove oak drop es rack clothes gal. Hotpoint bedroom suite 2 chests of arm Morning ood condition. Pleasant Hill Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hauenstein near Rock port. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson and son, of Cairo Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stew art, of Orange township, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Amstutz and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber and family were Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Montgomery and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Gleason and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hover and daughters of Waynesfield, Ohio were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gleason and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Andrews and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Marquart. Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Hauen stein and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and son were Sunday callers of Mrs. Huber’s parents of Kalida. Her mother’s condition remains the same. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and son were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Trout of Beaverdam. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orton Stratton were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunsaker, of California, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iria§ of Arling ton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pifer of Jenera. Past week supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and son. Saturday afternoon callers at the Arthur Phillips home were Mr. Wm. Younkman and Mrs. Jean Long. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratton entertained Sunday in honor of Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Hunsiker, of Rio Lindas, Calif., the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arras, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Davis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hartman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Van Atta, Mr. Wm. Neff, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houdeshell and family, all of Arlington, O. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pifer, of Jenera Mr. and Mrs. Forest Pifer, of Ada Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Neff and family, of Nor walk Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pifer, of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. Orton Strat ton and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moser. Sunday afternoon callers of Miss Nellie Huber and Miss Lillie Fett were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Boedicker and Mrs. Elizabeth Boedicker. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings left last week for several weeks’ tour of Texas, visiting friends and relatives. Rockport Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Finley of Jef ferson spent several days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall and son John. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg and sons John and William will be Thanks giving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Begg and sons James and Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Cahill and daughter Lynne returned to their home in Cleveland, Sunday, after spending the week here and in Day- GREAT Home Heater Perfection’s beautiful console Home Heater, with the fuel saving “Midget” Pilot that bums over 40 HOURS on a gallon of oil. Can be made FULLY AUTO MATIC—a real work saver, too. Portable Heater hi hi n iii iii Carry the heat where you want it with Perfec tion’s Portable Heater. A handy chill chaser for use anywhere around the home or on the farm. Order Yours Now Basinger’s Furniture Star THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO i INrty-Mx Yaara Daptndabk Sarvtea ton. The Rev. William Rex of Defiance will be guest minister at the Presby terian Church Sunday morning. Everyone cordially invited. Miss Rebecca Marshall, who is teaching music in the schools of Elk hart, Ind., is expected here for the Thanksgiving vacation, which will be spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall. Word was received here Sunday, of the death of Miss Elizabeth Ris ser, of Pandora, who passed away at her home early that morning. She is an aunt of Mrs. Walter Cupp and was well known in this community. Mr. and Mrs, D. C. Campbell were in Columbus, Saturday for the foot ball game between Michigan and Ohio State, and from there went to Dayton to spend several days with their daughter, Mrs. Delmer Reagan and little son Randy, while Mr. Reagan is on a business trip to Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Smith and children Kent and Jeannine of Cleve land spent Thanksgiving Day and the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cupp. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seif of Galion were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall will spend Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett and family of Wooster. Mr. and Mrs. William Reichen bach and family of Bluffton, Mr. and Mrs. William Stephens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kidd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mayberry and daughter Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kidd and daughters and Miss Patricia Seely of Columbus Grove were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mayberry and daugh ter Rose Leigh last Saturday eve ning. Mrs. Herbert Marshall, Mrs. Ralph Marshall and daughter Malinda of Lexington, Ky., spent Thursday in Toledo where the former attended a meeting of the Women’s Club and the latter visited with relatives. Everything in Electrical Repair and Service Household I Appliances, Re frigerators, Sweepers, Radios, Etc. House wiring, wall plugs and sw itches installed. Prompt service Calls answered day or night. icensed electrician. Work uaranteed Estimates wl hout obligation. Ferrell El jctric Shop 353 S. Mail SL, Bluffton Phom 443-Y Fanning Implements, Machinery & Equipment Ready for ry No Waiting Deliv Powe & Fan- International Shelters Clipper International Separators, Cylinder Corn immermills ing Mills vester Cream i tig Machines, qreexers and Ators daire Electric Ha Mill Milk Coolers, Refrige Full line of Fri Appliances, Range Freezers, Autoi Refrigerators, u tic Washers, I roners o n Heaters lammermills 000 lb. plat es Dryers & Duo-Therm Fairbanks-Morse Fairbanks Morse form s Hog Feeders, Win Hog Founts, s KB-5 Motor Stock 1 New International Truck, 158 inch w wheels make loadi ideal for far 1 New Holland Automatic Pickup I base, low easy and use. Baler Used International 947 KB-5 Motor Truck, long heel base complete with 14 ft. fetock rack, extra good condition, low milage. Used Chevrolet I1/: ton truck, good stake rack, good tires, new motor. Used McCormick-Deering No. 42 combine C. F. NISWANDER McCormick-Deering Dealer Bluffton, Ohio Here, There, and Everywhere Members of the veterans school and their families at Gilboa held a pheasant dinner Thursday evening in the school house. Forty adults and children attended. R. K. Sim cox, formerly of Bluffton college, in structor in the school presided at the after dinner program. Mrs. Geo. Alstetter who has been confined to the home of a daughter, Mrs. Chas. Young at Bluffton follow ing a heart attack, has returned to her home in Col. Grove improved. Miss Jennie Hartman of Col. Grove was removed to St. Rita’s hospital, Lima, Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Hoch and baby of Raw son have been removed from the Bluffton hospital to the home of her parents in Findlay. A dinner was held Sunday honor ing Mrs. Chester Huber whose birth day anniversary occurred last Thurs day. Mrs. Huber wishes to thank all those who sent birthday greetings. More than 100 cards were received. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amstutz and Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson of Pandora were recent evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Amstutz of Findlay. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowers of Beaverdam are on a trip to visit their daughter in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White of Mt. Cory and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whisler of Bluffton were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McVey of McComb. A birthday supper was held Thurs- day evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sheahan of Findlay, in honor of Mrs. Chester Huber of Bluffton. The table was centered with a large pink and white cake and cake and ice cream were served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grismore of Pandora have left for Safety Harbor, Florida for the winter. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Turner, Mt. Cory newlyweds. Mrs. Turner was formerly of Payne, Ohio. Upwards of 6,000 turkeys were raised this year on the 80 acre Kissel Bros, farm near Col. Grove. Two thousand birds were sold on the early Thanksgiving market leaving some 3,800 for the Christmas holidays. The Kissel farm is devoted entirely to raising turkeys and hogs. Francis Basinger, D. D. S Evan Basinger, D. D. S. Telephone 271-W Bluffton, Ohio D. C. BIXEL. (/. D. GORDON BIXElJ O. D. 122 Booth Maw St., Bluffton EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS Offiea Hoort: »:00 A. M—5:30 P. M. Open Evening* Wed. & Sat. 7:00 to 8:00 Cloned Thurtrinv Afternoon. And look! You get your choice JHI —II!—!■— II HI I.MI num. Ill— n mill A i— 111—w hh—iiiih—— of Built-in Pressure Cooker and Roisable Unit or TWO OVENS! LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING Every Load Insured STAGER BROS. Bluffton, Ohio KJII1W lITTtl P* General Electric’s exciting, new "Push-button’* range comet like this: two Ovens, both automatically controlled each does all bak ing, broiling, roasting, wanning operations! Or like this: built-in Pressure Cooker and raisable unit. Famous General Electric Tripl-Oven, including huge broiler and speed oven. Talk about "Speed Cooking” de luxe! This is it! Just push a button to cook! And what worksavers you get in this new General Electric "Push-button” marvel! Almost-human Automatic Oven Timer. Safe, •ure Tel-A-Cook Lights. Superspeedy Calrod* units throughout. Words can’t do it justice. Come in, today! •Trade-mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. GENERAL We Pay $5.00 for Horses .... $5.00 for Cows According to sine and condition. Hogs according to size and condition. BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone MAIN 475 Collect ___________ BRANCH of FOSTORIA ANIMaL products, irc._______ Bluffton Stone Company Phone 142-W Bluffton, Ohio See iti The fattest, easiest, cleanest yvqy fy cook! “PUSH-BUTTON" RANGE ELECTRIC Lixcl Motor Phone 172-W Sales PAGE SEVEN PORTRAITS Photo finishing, films, photo supplies Neu-Art Shraio ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED Phone 168-W Bluffton Custom Slaughtering Get our prices Beef by the quarter Pork by the side SWANK Bit ON. QUALITY MEATS Agricultural LIMESTME MEIL AAA Test—102% Neutralizing A More Efficient Form of Limestone for Soil Treatment If you are anticipating application of limestone on your fields this fall ask us about the advantages of limestone meal. Truck delivery from our quarry to your farm when you want it. If you have already placed your order, phone ns when you want delivery. Richland Twp. .$2.40 Ton Orange Twp........ 2.50 Ton Union Twp.......... 2.50 Ton Following rates—hauled and spread on your fields. Jackson Tw p.... $2.60 Ton Monroe Twp.... 2.60 Ton Van Buren Twp.. 2.60 Ton All lime patronage under the AAA pro gram must be on fields before Jan. 1, 1949.