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ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $5.00 for Horses .... $5.00 for Cows According to size and condition. Ilogs according to «i*« and tondiikm, BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone MAIN 475 Collect BRANCH OF FOSTORIA AN1MA1 Jimis' Basinger Florist 109 Grove St. BLUFFTON PANDORA Phone 404-W Phone 129-A Wk HOTPOINT SALES & SERVICE 105 S. Main St. Phone 255-T (The newest LANE models have Just arrived. See them while .our stock is complete. COME IN TODAY ASK FOR COMPLETE DETAILS SO EASY TO GIVE SURE O BE APPRECIATED be surprised how many You’ll be surprised how many on your Christmas list you could take care of, more easily and most ac ceptably, with flowers. For your loved ones, friends or business customers, we suggest a poinsettia plant or fragrant bouquet, a pretty, festive corsage to say "Merry Christmas** _J_ in a very special way. our shop or telephone. THOR* CLADIRON! and take her away from that Ironing board! She’ll ting ot her Ironing when she sits ot a Gladlron ... lip* through shirts, sheets, everything In hoW the time end with half the work I Ivory feature she** wanted In on Ironer ... yet co»t» but half what you‘d expect. Only Small Dowa Paymont 00 Month* to Pay ELLENBERGER BROTHERS (, 4' 1^' x* Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-six Years of Dependable Service Open House For Golden Wedding Mrs. Amos Hilty of Pa: celebrate their golden we their home Sunday evening from 2 to o’clock. A family held at the home of rank Krohn afternoon and 5 and 7 to 9 dinner will be their daughter, near Pandora. John Moser i weddin, Rev. John Moser officiated at the couple’ s wedding held at the St. John’s Mennonite church near Pan dora, December 11, 1898. Mrs. Hilty is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. David G. Geiger of Pandora. Mr. Hilty is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hilty of Bluff ton. Mr. and Mrs. Hilty lived in Bluffton where Mr. Hilty operated a dray and worked three years at the Bluffton Milling Co. In 1904 they took up farming in Riley Township where they resided until 1936 when they moved to Pan dora. Mrs. Hilty has been the cook at the Pandora school cafeteria for eleven years without missing a day. Mr. Hilty has been employed at the Schumacher last few years. Stone Co. four children. lit. Blanchard The Hiltys have Sidney, living at where he is vocational instructor in the school Lillian, Mrs. Frank Krohn, living on a farm north of Pandora Myron D., pastor of the Bethel Mennonite Church of Winton, [California and Herbert, living on the farm northeast of Pandora. There are 12 grandchildren. Birthday Surprise Harriet Bixel was pleasantly sur prised Monday evening on the oc casion of her thirteenth birthday anniversary when a number of friends gathered at her home. Roscoe Blakesley Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rammel & Norman ’X THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Ro and Present were Sharon Wahlie, berta Basinger, Lou Moser, Lois Mary Lauby, Esther Hofstetter, Janice Diller, Donetta Amstutz, Beu lah Bixel and the honor guest Har riet Bixel. Her sister Miriam, was hostess. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express sincere thanks I to all our friends and neighbors who extended aid and sympathy during the illness and death of our loving wife and mother, Carrie M. Blakes ley also Rev. Robert Turner who officiated at the funeral services, the nurses who were so kind during her stay at the hospital and all those sending flowers. VVILSON Jones, prominent New York city vocalist, formerly of Lima who will appear as bass soloist in the Bluffton Col lege Choral society’s 44th annual rendition of “The Messiah” at the high school gymnasium Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Attend Funeral relatives and uneral services of Wapakoneta, Fri- The following friends attended 1 J. L. Steiner of day afternoon:: Mrs. J. L. Ste Mr. and Mrs. Fi daughter Beverly Mrs. Loren Stein Vincennes, Ind. Floradale, Pa. Cleveland Mr, Steiner and ch Joyce, Sterling I Steiner, Caldwell Carey Steiner, I Steiner, Columbu ler, Wapakoneta nk Williams and if Lima Mr. and and son Galen, Harold Steiner, Clarence Steiner, Ray and Iren Jerry r. and Mrs. r. and ■yan M. Stanley Irvin Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Manges and son Jimmy, Findlay Mrs. Glen Steiner and daughter Marilyn Ruth, Enos Steiner and daughter Lucille, Bluffton Enos Bauman, Rawson Reuben Bauman, Mt. Cory Steiner Bauman, Ada. In Memoriam In loving memory of Lt. Wayne E. Yoakam who died in Germany December 8, 1946. They say you are gone, or no, our son Safe locked in our hearts, Are all the sacred memories That never can depart. We see your bright and smiling face. We hear your voice still speak to us, A voice so full of cheer. You gave your 1 your all, No greater this The heavenly And so dear grieve For you there is no death. woe hath man than Father .hath said Wayne we must not Sadly missed Yoakam Family NOTICE TO CON STATE OF DEPARTMENT OF TRACTORS IHIO Highways umbus, Ohio, er 27. 1948 Copy No. 48-610 NTRACT Nov err Engineer of Sales Legal UN II’ PRICE (X bj S-910 (2) Sealed proposals will office of the State Highwa at Columbus, Ohio, until I Standard Time, Tuesday, for improvements in: Allen County, Ohio, on Route No. 81, in Bath To draining, paving with asj constructing a continuous with concrete deck and s 48 feet, 60 feet and 48 feet) Bridge No. AL-8. River. Width: Pavement 20 fe Length: 13,005.5 feet Contract to be comple November 30, 1949. Aspl not be placed prior to Mi October 31, 1949 except sion of the Director. Ohio State Employmen Square. Lima, Ohio, wi cessful bidder an emnloyrr all qualified unskilled available, shall be seleetcx received at the Director of Ohio, 10:00 A M. tecember 21, The attention of bidder signing the contract, th materials, selection of lab merit and conditions of The minimum wage to employed on this contract ance with the "Schedule ly Wave Rates Ascertair by The Department of Ind must subn ■k in the ar specification) highways, deputy dire reserves bids. the divl any Ohio 1948. ■ection 19.28.State ____ nship, by grading, altic concrete and steel beam bridge ^structure (Spans: feet, Roadway 28 220 over Ottawa Roadway 36 feet. 2,463 miles, xl not later iltic concrete 15. 1949 or »y special permis- than shall after Service, 7 Public furnish the suc nt list from which bor as is localy for this project. is directed to the subletting or as i use of domestic r, hours of employ employment. o paid to all labor shall be in accord- Prevailing Hour id and Determined istrial Relations ap y Department Im with Section: 5a of/Thi Hijrhw ardance and 11 V7-3. General ounw 10.000.00. file in the and the office of tor. he right to reject \RL L. REEB Highway Director E State Is proper A UR first consideratioi v professional service for our cus tomers .. Service which only coL iege graduation, state licensure and years of experience can give. That is what we offer you when you bring your prescriptions to us. Sidney’s Drug Shop Prescription Pharmacy Vaccinations Ordered By Feb. 1 with others ii general health February? 1 to cinated or rabies. county district have until ave their dogs vac -vaccinated against Dog vaccination regulations were adopted by the county health board in November, 1946, for rabies control and protection of persons and live stock. A penalty of up to $100 fine and 90 days imprisonment, or both, is provided for violation or failure to comply with the order. No imprison ment can be ordered on first offense. Dogs under six months of age are exempted. Reports of violations may be made at the county health office on the ground floor of the Allen county court house in Lima. Attend Funeral The following from a distance at tending funeral services of Amos Steiner of Toledo held at Diller fun eral home here Sunday were enter tained at an evening buffet lunch at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Eph raim Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mayer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sheld on, Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steiner, Saline, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steiner, Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Steiner and family, Petersburg, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Steiner, Cyril, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Beucher, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sturdevant, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiner and son, Bobby Steiner, Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bash, Wharton. And the immediate family, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Amstutz and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Geiger and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Burk holder and family, Col. Grove Miss Mabel Burkholder, Lima Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amstutz, Miss Bettye I Matter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schu I macher, Pandora and the host and I hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam I Amstutz and daughter Lillian. Mr. land Mrs. Haydn Basinger of Pan Idora were afternoon callers. CARD OF THANKS Our sincere thanks to all the friends and neighbors who extended aid and sympathy during the death of our father and grandfather, Henry Miller and also those W’ho sent flowers. Mrs. Chas. Dillman and daughter Mrs. Marilyn Rader IUUUI on lop, in the oven, in the smokeless broiler you'll find cooking performance you never thought possi ble. Come in and let us show you 20 reasons why Hardwick cooks best, is easiest to use, easiest to clean, a joy in your home. HARD RANGES Delicious Grimes py, etc. HI POTATOES (Home Grown) GREDING'S HARDWARE Make ironing easier all year long. Heats quicker—stayshotter—irons faster. Easy-to-see, easy-to-set Thumb-tip Heat Regulator. $12.95 The electric shaver preferred by men who have tried them all. Fast, dose comfort-shaves without muss and fuss. Comes in beautiful gift Gift thrill of a lifetime. Perfect coffee every time—automatically. Set it forget it. All gem-like chrome-plate. Freedom from bowl breakage. $32.50 Anybody'sJWord for it! THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1943 $75 NOW IS THE TIME TO STORE containers No Sunday Sales PER BASKET and up Farm Market Crawfis College Rd. Pandora, O. FOR HER FOR HIM FOR ALL THE FAMILY THE AMAZING NEW EURERH AUTOMATIC VACUUM CLEANER FASTER cleans cleans GREAT INTRODUCTORY OFFER! $"T5O POWER-DRIVEN M— FLOOR POLISHER t\ S with each purchase of a new Eureka Automatic for a limited time only WALTERMIRES Ycur Friendly Stere BETTER cleans EASIER a walk yuv wenrfr guide EASY PAYMENTS Ye«! It "Walks” and Cleans by itself,— automatla eally. You merely guide it. Eliminates tiresome arm-' action from vacuum cleaning. The exclusive Eureka' DISTURBULATOR instantly removes embedded dirt and grit and whisks away surface litter in ono sweep—-once over that’s all. Removes grimy smudge dirt—combs and straightens nap—restores life and color to the floor coverings. —»Move» forward by itielf on most rug*.