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THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1948
Richland Center Mrs. Diana Amstutz and daughters Rhoda and Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bixel, Mrs. Barbara Welty and daughters Amanda and Susan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Badertscher of Anderson, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Badertscher and grandchildren Bud and Betty were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCain and son of Roxanna, Ill., spent a few days the past week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Balmer. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dailey and son James, Miss Joan Burkholder and Mrs. Harry Clouser attended Holiday on Ice at Toledo, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and Warning to Poultrymen sons spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Green and family of Uniopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Van Meter of Chardon, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Weick and daughter Sandra of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Anderson and daughter Karen of Bluffton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook aud Mrs. Etta Yant of Beaverdam were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter and daughter. Ray Follas M. U. S. A. has been transferred from Washington D. C. To Naval Base Band 130 New Port, R. I. He plays every Saturday night in Petty Officers club. Mr. and Mrs Hiram Neuensch wander and Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Noah Bucher and Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Luginbuhl. DO NOT FEED MASTER MIX EGGLAC PELLETS IF YOU DON’T WANT TO GATHER MORE EGGS MASTER FEED MILL Leland W. Basinger, Mgr. Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding PHONE 317-W NO PROBLEM FOR YOUR When you get this 2. Change Oil—5 Quarts 3. Spray Springs Lubricant 5. Refill Shock Absorbers 6. Inflate Tires 7. Check Water in Battery 8. Flush Radiator 9. Repack Front Wheels SEE YOUR FORD DEALER Mrs. Chas. Strahm, Mrs. Roy Bixel Motor Sales Phone 172-W 131 Cherry St. Ream, Mrs. C. 0. Stryker of Lima, Mrs. H. O. Hilty, Mrs. Harold Carr, Mrs. C. F. Niswander, Mrs. Walter Schaublin, Miss Rhoda Hilty spent last Friday with Mrs. Mabel Hilty and helped her quilt. Mrs. Magdaline Foust spent Sun day afternoon with Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boegli spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Basinger called Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas. Mrs. Don Dillman and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Amos and Weldon Luginbuhl home. I I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty, Mrs. Mabel Hilty, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCloud and daughters Lorena and Louise of Dayton. Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl returned home Saturday after spending two weeks in Cleveland with her sons Robert and Woodrow and families. Robert Luginbuhl and son Tommy accompanied his mother home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter Sharon and Mrs. Leonard Gratz called Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs .Ernest Gratz. Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter are moving Thursday to Lima with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fridley. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter Sharon spent Sunday with Mr. and rs. Emanuel Boutwell and daughter Barbara. Evening callers were, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lugin buhl and family, Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin. Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversary Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harley Diller were pleasantly surprised at their home near Bluffton, Sunday, the occasion being their twenty-fifth wedding an niversary. A delicious potluck dinner was served at the noon hour with a I three tier wedding cake with 25 I candles centering the table. A love I ly gift was presented Mr. and Mrs. I Diller in remembrance of the occa- sion. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Diller and sons Roger and Dean, I and Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Diller I all of Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I I I I I I I Diller and children Helen, James, Ruth, Maxine and Virginia all of Columbus Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Diller and daughters Ladene I and Francene and Wilbur Neis I wander all of Lima. I Margery Gratz, Lois Agin, Bur I della Nusbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Archie I Diller and children, Teddy, Cathryn, Peter, Darrel, Clarabeth, Rachel and Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Diller and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Diller and I children Aileen, Robert, Cleo, Veda, I Janice and Joyce all of Bluffton. START THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTO?|, OHIO LaFayette School News The The YOUR NEW KITCHEN NOW to pmn your own “dream kitchen** with beautiful, well-made Youngstown kitchen units. Replace your sink with a gleaming, streamlined “Kitchenaider” with acid-resisting porcelain enam eled top, dish and vegetable spray, well-planned drawers and storage space. Increase your By Kat heryn McClure I Organized more than 4 Parent-Teachers’ Association I ago, the Orange Township Katheryn McClure, Hilda Rudibaugh.l the principal speaker at the after JoAnne Hefner and Fred Grant were|noon session which convenes at 2:30 the speakers, by Meredith Kohli. Vocal solos were given I o’clock. Binkley and Betsy I Basketball practice has started with seven letter men back from last year. The first game is with Raw son on November 24 at Lafayette. Other home games are ■with Beaver dam, December 3 Harrod, December 10 and Gomer, December 21. LaFayette ended its football sea-1 Methodist church will speak at the son on November 12 at Spencerville. I evening service opening at 7:45 The Wolves lost 0-6. This made al total of 5 winnings and 4 losses. I Shirley Nonnamaker prayer, Oren I opened with an 225 meals this year, daily serving of for the first week for The in charge of its operation this are: Mrs. Catherine Snyder, Mrs. Iva Binkley and Mrs. Lillian IN APPRECIATION I wish to thank all my friends and Orange Twp. Sunday School Convention the music room of the school, school convention will hold its fall Baptist met in Tuesday night November 16. The I meeting at Riley senior class members of Junior Town I church, Sunday afternoon and Meeting of the Air gave their talks ing. on the subject: Should there be two more years of compulsory education The band accompanied the team to I Twp. Men’s chorus, Emerson Lugi Spencerville. During the week of I bill, Riley Creek Baptist church and November 8, the band marched three I Joan Elzay of Bethesda E. U. B. times. After the Spencerville game I church. Doyt Yoakum, our director, treated! ______________________ the band. On Friday night November 19, the venth grade held a theater party the Ranger theater. the freshman assembly pro on November 19, the Junior tryouts were 8th, and compete. Cheerleaders’ Anyone in the les were eligible to held. 9th gradi Shirley Marcia 1 were elec School was day afternoon vacation. The Junior air made broadcast afternoon. Holland, Obedier Aldrich, Colleen Davis, and Carole cted. iismissed on Wednes for the Thanksgiving town meeting of the the over recording WLOK for the Tuesday I relatives for the lovfely cards, fldwers,! and gifts sent to me during my re-1 cent illness. I Mrs. Rachel Boutwell I ih J® J*1 BY MULLINS working space with a continuous sweep of table-top cabinets. Easy to install without remodeling. Use your wall space with spacious, convenient cabi nets that match the other units and fit perfectly in any kitchen. Come in today and look ’em over. Forty-six Years of Dependable Service years Sunday Rev. W. E. Bailey of the English Lutheran church of Findlay will be program I Tuttle, fact that there was no I Wade Marshall, Olive Branch vo Due to the school on November 11, the senior I cal solo, Thos. Young, Dola piano class pictures weren’t delivered until I duet, Dorothy and Jean Ann Kling November 16. Part of the annual Iler, Olive Branch musical numbers, pictures were taken by the Joe I Bethel Church of Christ and Liberty Wines Studio on November 17. I numbers on the afternoon include: devotions, Ray Liberty Chapel prayer, Other I Chapel E. U. B. church. I Rev. Paul Cramer of the Bluffton o’clock. Other numbers: devotions, Zimmerman vocal selections, Orange It Runs and Runs PLASTIC 2-WAY BATTERY AUTO 0 05 u.. JfaoJfawF Betterief Sperates on two flashlight satteries. By stopping the into and giving it a slight itart, direction can be reversed. ▲U-steel with sparkling enamel finish. Colorful pos ter on sides. 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