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Miss Marjorie Cupp, a student at Bowling Green university, has re turned to her studies after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with her Convenience Amazing! travel convenience makes Greyhound your own magic \carpet! Frequent, time-saving schedules let you go when you want to go, go where you want to go sleek su^er-coaches to help you travel carefree, arrive refreshed.. .lasy-to-reach downtown terminals! And, Grey hound’s low tares save you real money, too! Planning a trip? ...phone Greyhound for complete travel information! SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP N. Main St. I Phone Greyhound170-W Your Ford will be ready if you get this WINTERIZJE SPECIAL’ j. Complete Chassis Lubrication 2. Change Oil—5 Quarts 3. Spray Springs 4. Change Rear Axle and Transmission Lubricant 5. Refill Shock Absorbers 6. Inflate Tires 7. Check Water in Batterer 8. Flush Radiator 9. Repack Front Wheels Bixel Motor Sales Phone 172-W 131 Cherry St. C/c'rc/ mother Mrs. Walter Cupp. Miss Vinnie Weeks has been ser iously ill at her home in Rockport for more than a week. She was taken to Bluffton hospital, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall left Saturday for Toledo where Mrs. Marshall will visit for several days while Mr. Marshall and son Herbert Jr. will attend the International Live Stock show in Chicago. The Rev. Hilliard D. Camp of North Baltimore will occupy the pul pit at the local Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. Miss Rebecca Marshall and Miss Arydith Dudek returned to Elkhart, Ind., Sunday, to continue their teach ing after spending the Thanksgiving vacation with the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall. Charlie and Grace Freet left two weeks ago for the South and are now enjoying the sunshine in West Palm Beach, Fla., according to word received here. Farm Bureau Council, 12, will meet Thursday evening of next week with Mrs. Louella Van Atta as host ess in the John Keller home. Mrs. Ernest Freet of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Green of Lima were among those who enjoyed a family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green in Beaver dam, Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jagger who have spent the summer at their farm in this community, left last Monday for their winter home in Covena, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry have announced the marriage of their son Franklin R. to Miss Mary Kissane of Cleveland on Sunday, Nov. 14. Both are students at Ohio State University in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Boedicker and family of Ottawa, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rockhill and Mrs. Alice Bo dell were Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Mrs. Lena Rockhill and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rockhill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marshall and daughter Malinda of Lexington, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marshall, Jr. and son Alan of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marshall and son of Alger spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Marshall, Sr. and son Don. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and daughter Joan of this place, Miss Nancy Mayberry of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Westenbarger of Colum bus Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank lin Mayberry of Columbus were en tertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Porter and son Billy in Marysville for Thanksgiving din ner. Mrs. Walter Cupp will be hostess to the Presbyterian Missionary so ciety for the December meeting which will be held Wednesday after noon of next week. Mrs. Charles Moore of Ada, president of Lima Presbyterial will be the speaker. All women of the church are cor dially invited. Miss Avis Hofferbert of Lima joined Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marsh all and son John and their guests the Misses Arydith Dudek and Re becca Marshall of Elkhart, Ind., for dinner Thanksgiving Day. Special services are being con ducted at the Rockport Methodist church at 7:45 each night and over Big Hit/ uu/ if/* j. J. S8.C0 and up With all men they're a. hit in style, quality and durability. W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store Scientific Fitting a Specialty BLUFFTON, OHIO the coming week end. The pastor Rev. L. Dow Fauver is being as sisted by Rev. David Evans of Lansing, Michigan. Members of the Welsh Chorus of Gomer and sur rounding territory will be guest singers. Mrs. Lena Price and Mrs. May Foley were pleasantly surprised last week by the visit of several old school mates of Harrisonburg, Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huffman of Lima were Sunday guests at the Arthur Price home. Miss Lorraine Price of Findlay and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Basinger of Col. Grove were 6 o’clock dinner guests at the Price home, Sunday. Bridal Shower Honoring Miss Phyllis Marquart, bride-elect of Don Yaussey of Bu cyrus, Miss Ferol Althaus enter tained at a miscellaneous shower at her home, Saturday night. Gifts in a small wagon under a crepe paper umbrella drawn by two year old Ken Bucher were presented to the honor guest. Games were diversion of the evening followed by refreshments. Guests were Miss Marquart and her fiance, Mr. Yaussey, Misses Joan Burkholder, Lois Rich, Lois Mar quart, Janet and Treva Althaus and Bonnie Grismore of Bowling Green. Messrs. James Dailey, Leonard Smucker, Dale Grismore, Washing ton, D. C. James Fett, Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Bucher and son Ken, Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basinger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reichenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Amstutz and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Marquart. Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese and Robert, James, Helen and Richard, Mrs. Mertie Reese and Miss Harriet Krohn were Thanksgiving Day guests of Dr. and Mrs. Waldo C. Suter and Ann Margene of Water ville, 0. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kempf and children, Mrs. Virginia Kempf and Mrs. R. A. Krohn were Thanksgiv ing Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buherer and son Roger Dean have moved into their newly built house on Rt. 12, from the home of Mrs. Buherer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheidler. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Snavely and family and Charles Anderson of Hol gate, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Krohn and Bernice Anderson attended a birthday dinner held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Snavely of Belle vue. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rapp of Melvindale, Mich., and David Thrapp Ideal Xmas Gifts .See our selection of Small Radios, Mop-up Toasters, Lighting Fix tures and other electrical appliances and aciessories. Radio and Electric Appliance Repairing AU at Money-saving Prices. Mumma Electric Shop Carl Mumma 122 North Main OUR DEMOCRACY-------- b,M.i MULTIPLYING The PRINTER WORP T/LGHMANS DEVELOPMENT IN 1866 OF A METHOD FOR MAKING PAPER FROM WOOD PULP, VASTLY INCREASED PRODUCTION. The invention of the rotary press by RICHARD HOE IN 1846 MADE IT POSSIBLE TO PRINT WITH SPEED AND EFFICIENCY. When THE INVENTIVE GENIUS OF THESE THREE AMERICANS TREMENDOUSLY BROADENED THE SERVICE OF THE PRINTED WORD AND STIMULATED THS FREE EXCHANGE OF IDEAS,SO ESSENTIAL TO A DEMOCRACY mergenthaler INVENTED HIS MECHANICAL TYPESETTER- THE L/^OTyPC IN 1885 THE PROCESS OF SETTING TYPE SPRR0R0 (Jp of Fort Wayne, Ind., were Thanks giving and weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Munson Thrapp. Miss Alice Thrapp was also a dinner guest on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hilty and family entertained members of the Wm. Risser family in their home on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Steiner were also guests there. Extension dairymen at Ohio State University recommend allowing eight or nine square feet per animal— depending on breed—in a pen type barn. For stanchion type barns, they recommend an allowance of three and one-half to four feet per stall. so much for. sojittle! Look stunning while you’re Tun ing! The collar’s converti ble— the lustrous broad cloth is Sanforized*. White and colorfast pastels, unconditionally washable. AH KODAK FILM Bara OTART yoor picture- I making right with depend able Kodak Film in the yel low box—the film that gets the picture. Then send ue 1 the exposed rolls for expert developing and printing. SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP Farmers from two states report lengthening the feeding hours of hogs by placing lights in hog houses speeded up the daily rate of gain of the hogs and also permitted more hogs to be fed with the same floor space and equipment. aufomafic gas water heater There Will always be ample hot water for everyone in your family when you install a John Wood Automatic Water Heater for this new heater with its automatic thermostat, automatic safety pilot, Helical Heat Saver and heavy blanket insulation provides flxtra gallons of hot water at surprisingly low cost. AGA approved. Sizes for every need. See the new» John Wood today! I a Broadcloth Blouses $2.98 •Can’t shrink more than 1% NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO Allen County, as. Estate of ('. Henry Smith, Deceased Carl M. Lehman of Bluffton, Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of C. Henry Smith lake of Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 13th day of November, 1948. Raymond P. 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