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CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING HOME KILLED MEATS L. SI SNYDER ikavitdam. Ohio Heave rd Am phone 474 Poultry Prices Heavy Springers ................................................40c per lb. Heavy Hens .................................. 33c per lb. Leghorn Hens .......... ... 27c per lb. Geese .......... i*.............................................................36c per lb. Ducks .......... 25c per lb. Turkeys—Toms .................. 42c per lb. Turkeys—Hens ...................................................... 51c per lb. Above prices at the farm JORG HATCHERY Phone 182-W Highest Market Price for Poultry and Eggs Country Route Service—a phone call brings our truck to your door. Charles Kinsinger PHONE 492-W Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohio —.... ""V LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING/ Every Load Insure^/ STAGER BROS. Bluffton. Ohio Motorinq Comfort Auto Repairing and General Garage Service For Better Results Try & Motor Service At Marathon Service Station Bldg. North Main & Elm Streets Competent Mechanics Experienced on All Makes of Cars PROMPT SERVICE WORK GUARANTEED Drive in at West Elm Street Entrance & Meter Service Authorized Kaiser-Frazer Service Phone 381-W Bluffton, Ohio GOKIELEO SUPREME ereani permanent irure the exciting Gabrieleen cream permanent wave that gives your hair soft, wide, springy waves and long lasting curls that sparkle with lustre. Come in for a personal consultation whatever your hair type and get complete information on how Gabrieleen Supreme beautifies and protects your hair. BEATRICE UR SHOP Staater Block Church Street Entrance Phone 152-W I THE SPORTSMEN COLUMN Bob, Claire and Ray Montgomery and Merle Mumma are on a deer hunting trip to Galeton, Pa., near the New York state line. The sea son in Pennsylvania runs for two weeks. The law permits only buck deer to be shot this year and the limit is one per person. The area where the local hunters have gone is reported to be good deer country. The duck season has been rather poor locally according to reports of nimrods. The persistent warm weather has kept the ducks from migrating south to any extent this year. The pheasant season, which closed Nov. 25, although reportedly plenti ful in number, was not too successful according to local hunters. Hunters blame lack of luck to the wildness of the birds, which were running too far ahead and were coming up at too great a distance to allow for ac curate shooting. Rabbits in the area are spotty, much the same as were the pheasants. Hunters report rabbits in some areas are heavy while in other areas they are scarce. The rabbit season will continue until December 18. Due to the overflow of coon in the vicinity, the Sportsmen’s club is not purchasing the animals for re stocking purposes this year. The club formerly bought live coon, which were given to coon hunters and were released in areas where the animals were previously taken. Community Recreation Basketball League The Community recreation basket ball league was organized Monday night, with four teams scheduled to compete on a Monday night sched ule throughout the winter season. Captains selected by Coach Rich ard Lowry, recreation director, were Wayne Deppler, Romanus Zuercher, Herb Kindle and John Herrmann. Team members are as follows: Rockets Wayne Deppler, Bob Wilch, Lyle Niswander, Mike Rea gan, Harry Klay. Midgets—Romanus Zuercher, Keith Kirtland, Dwayne Amstutz, Irvin Fisher, Earl Frick. Cornhuskers Wayne Amstutz, Charles Swank, Al Basinger, Dick Fields. Tailenders John Hermann, Don Herr, Jim Herrmann, Roger Bell, Harry Burkholder, Carl Frick. Monday night, Dec. 6, schedule: First game, Rockets vs. Cornhuskers at 7:30 second game, Midgets vs. Tailenders at 8:15. Anyone else interested in playing please report to Coach Lowry next Monday night or before and they will be assigned to a team. Farming Implements, Machinery & Equipment No Waiting-Ready for Delivery International Power Cylinder Corn Sheliers & Hammermills Clipper Fanning Mills International Harvester Cream Separators, Milking Machines, Milk Coolers, Freezers and Refrigerators Full line of Frigidaire Electric Appliances, Ranges, Refrigerators, Freezers, Automatic Washers, Dryers & Ironers Duo-Therm Room Heaters Fairbanks-Morse Hammermills Fairbanks Morse 1,000 lb. plat form stales Hog Feeders, Winter Hog Founts, Stock Tanks New International KB-5 Motor Truck, 158 inch wheel base, low wheels make loading easy and ideal for farm use. 1 New Holland Automatic Pickup Baler I Used International 1947 KB-5 Motor Truck, long wheel base complete with 14 ft. stock rack, extra good condition, low milage. Used Chevrolet 1’4 ton truck, good stake rack, good tires, new motor. C. F. NISWANDER McCormick-Deering Dealer Bluffton. Ohio BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO After losing two first week of play, cagers will seek to win column in a bract be played away from day and next Tuesday In their initial start last Wednesday an Pirates dropped a 39 to Spencerville and Lima St. John’s 48 Spencerville had Bluffton High Cagers Lose Two Will Play Carey And Ada During Next Week ?s in their ffton High k into the contests to ic this Fri- Friday, the to 30 decision ere beaten by Games of the next the Bluffton team pl: on Friday night, the Pirates will tang that place next Tues week will find ,ying at Carey ,1 lowing which e with Ada at In the two games Bluffton cagers put performance in the then weakened in the to go down to defeat lost last week, up their best first quarter, closing stages a 7 to 6 edge irst quarter in st Wednesday rs then pulled period to lead I. During the the Bearcats -point advant a victory. field goals, in made by the at the close of the 1 the season-opener 1: night, but the visito away in the second at halftime, '20 to 1 last two quarters maintained their nin age to go home with Spencerville had It comparison with 11 Pirates. SPORTS IN SHORTS Tom Riepenhoff, I ima St. John’s ace center who scon his team defeated Bit Friday night, is st season where he lef 24 points as ffton High last irting off this of! last year scorer Lima’s leading basketball in the 1947-48 sea -on, Riepenhoff has tallied 63 poin s in his first three games this fall him an average of game, and is largely the fact that his tear three straight victori This gives 21 points per responsible for i has racked up Lafayette High, loaded with veter ans, served notice that it will be a power to be feared in Allen county league play this season, by opening its 1948-49 card with a 72 to 33 romp over Rawson, last Wednesday Downward made 26 points for the victors All told the Wolves had 33 field goals. Home basketball games of the Bluffton college Beavers have become a casualty of the unusually heavy pre-Christmas schedule of entertain ment and allied features The Beavers this year will play only one LEGAL NOTICE Lula Jenkins Schafer, whose address and place of residence are unknown, and the Un known Heirs at Law, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators. Executors, Legal Representa tives and Assigns of Lula Jenkins Schafer, Deceased, whose names and places of resid ence are unknown, will take ntftice that on the 3rd day of November, 1948, Ahe plaintiffs, Richard Sloan and Pearl Sloan, filed 'their petition against them in$the jtourt of Com mon Pleas of Allen Goiamn jDhlo, the same being Case Number SJB"? ‘in said Court, for the purpose off quietahc/the title of certain real estate in said pnffion described, to-wit: Lot Numbel Eighty-nine Hundred and Forty-eight in Belmont Addition to the City of Lima, Ohio. The prayer of said pAfcion is that the defendants, and each of them, be compelled to show their interests in and to the premises therein described, or be forever barred from asserting them: that the claimed interests of said defendants in said real estate be adjudg ed null and void and that plaintiffs’ tithe be quieted against said claimed interests, and for such other and further legal and equit able relief to which plaintiffs may be entitled. Said defendants are required to answer said petition on or before 'the Sth day of January, 1949, or judgment and decree will be taken against them in accordance with the prayer of tfffe petition. Richard Sloan: Pearl Sloan, By—F. W. Gooding, Their Attorney 35 1948 Ford Super Delux Sedan Coupe 1948 Buick Super Convertible Coupe blue 1948 Chevrolet Aero Sedan green & brown Wilch and Badertscher topped Bluffton’s point-getters with nine and eight points respectively. Evans made 13 points for the visitors. In the lineup against Spencerville were Wilch, 9 points Burcky, 3 Badertscher, 8 Schmidt, 2 Balmer, 2 Bauman, 1, and Risser, 5. In the tilt with Lima St. John’s Friday night, Center Tom Riepenhoff racked up 24 points to lead the Titans to victory, 48 to 31. Altho the Pirates again trailed by only one point at the first-quarter mark when the score stood 13 to 12, they lost a little more ground in the second period and at halftime the visitors were out in front, 23 to 20. St. John’s then ran wild in the thiixi period to build up a command ing 35 to 23 margin when the quart er had ended. Wilch, forward, topped scoring with 13 points. He started, with Burcky, Badertscher, Balmer and Schmidt. Others^ who saw action were Garmatter, Hofstetter, Risses, Bauman and Burkholder. Bluffton reserves won against both foes, topping Spencerville seconds, 23 to 17, and besting St. John’s reserves, 29 to 25. 1947 Frazer Sedan Four Door green 1917 Plymouth Four Door Sedan blue 1947 Pontiac Four Door Sedan blue 1947 Ford Four Door Sedan tan 1947 Ford Convertible Coupe tan 1947 Chevrolet Tudor Sedan blue Stylemaster tilt at home before the holidays—a contest with Wilberforce State here on next Tuesday, Dec. 7 2 GREAT PERFECTION HEATERS, Home Heater Perfection’# beautiful console Home Heater, with the fuel saving “Midget” Pilot that burns over 40 HOURS on a gallon of oil. Can be made FULLY AUTO MATIC—a real work saver, too. Portable Heater 11 Hl III Hi iii iii A* 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. ill iii Order Yuun Now Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-six Years of Deptndable Service ECONOMY 1946 Ford Coupe 1916 Ford Station Wagon 1946 Chevrolet Four Door Sedan two tone blue 1942 Pontiac Four Door Sedan Per capiita meat consumption in America in 1947 was 155 pounds, the highest in nearly 40 years, and was distributed as follows Pork 70 pounds, beef 69.2, veal 10.7, and lamb and mutton 5.3. Electrical Service SEE THE "AUSTIN” Commercial and House Wiring Electrical Repair Estimates Given Free For Prompt Service Call Harvey M. Bauman THE GREATEST LITTLE CAR ON THE MARKET—IT’S GUARANTEED! Phone 367-W Res. 117 E. Kibler St. or write P. Box 9, Bluffton, Ohio COMFORT PRICED RIGHT COME IN—DRIVE IT—YOU’LL WANT TO OWN ONE OF OUR AUSTINS! COATS M^TOR SALES, Cr. Vine & St. Johns Ave., Lima, O. THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1948 For Sale Modern Home in Bluffton Single or duplex, 2 bath, automatic heat and hot water. Double garage, large lot, attractive location. An outstanding value. For appointment call Bluffton phone 166-R. -v Bluffton, Ohio CLEAN OUT RUST, SCALE, 1 DIRT AND SLUDGE... Brady THE 322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W Have You Tried Bluffton’s Newest and Complete Body Rebuilding Shop? UNDERCOATING for the Bottom of your Car (New or the older ones) AUTO PAINTING for the exterior of your car. BODY REBUILDING for the car that is rusted out. When we get THROUGH, your car looks like NEW. For the Best of Service and Prices —TRY— VERMILLION BODY SHOP Phone 638-R Route 103 One mile out of your way, but less to pay. 1 1941 Dodge Four Poor Sedan 1941 Oldsmobile Fo(ir Door Sedan black 1941 Chevrolet Tud0r Sedan black 1941 Chevrolet Four Door Sedan black 1941 Ford Coupe 1941 Ford Tudor Sedan black, also one in green 1940 Studebaker Seddn 1939 Pontiac Tudor Sfedan 1939 Plymouth Coupe 1939 Buick Sport Couoe 1937 Dodge Coupe blud( 1937 Chevrolet Sedan 1936 Oldsmobile Black WAY A dean cooling system Is as im portant to your car os proper lubrication. We can dean your 1 cooling system thoroughly, quickly, economically with this 1 new, modern method. /I Bixel Motor Sales Bluffton, Ohio FARMERS PRODUCE Offers Friendly Service Buyers of Cream, Eggs and Poultry ROUTE SERVICE CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.