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THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1948
MUT ILLIAMSO 1 Mrw Tltl?l-lf£ All Wl FUAKI I '.* °. i/k? four Heating Plant Should Not Limit Your Choice of Fuels inspwtitn. Expert repair work o based i Phons GIVI YOUR FEET THE REST THEY DESERVE Shearling Cushioned leather styles Christmas stocking for Berkshi e’s Hl Al I 15 Denier 1.95 20 Denier 1.95 30 Denier 1.65 This ALL-FUEL Furnace Will Burn Oil Gas, Coke or Coal When you order a New Williamson Tripl-ife ALL-FUEL Furnace, you are not limited to just one fuel. It burns gas, oil, coke or coal. Take no chances on a shortage of any fuel. Monthly payments to suit. Fx'^w i i Gifts s and Many Holiday Robes, Socks MOYER REFRIGERATION & HEATING 133 S. Main Phone 225-W any make of furnace. Cost Rhiffton Ohin i labor and materials used. write today. iMUHlon, vniO iM 1 1 1 I SOX BY FOX RIVER Here’s a lounger you’ll really like. Soft, resilient, 100% new wool sox that hug the ankle are combined with a hand-sutched, deerskin edged, shearling cushioned leather sole to provide extra comfort and rugged wearability for every leisure hour. Wash able, too. Choose yours today from a wide range of colors and sizes for men and women. Individually boxed —a perfect gift! Suggestions in Ties, Pajamas, Lounging Hickok Apparel, Jewelry for Men. & Huser Specializing in Gifts for Men and Young Men The perfect stocking color In the perfect Christmas giving...) From Berkshire’s Age of Elegance Color Album i1 5^ ’-S .:•: ,./ a delightful combination of mistletoe green and taupe with a rosy-brown underglow? A Berkshire exclusive I Such a pretty way to pay a Christmas compliment! Hat and Dress Shop 111 South Main St. ■A-' Pandora Grange Elects Officers James Reese has been electe ter of I’andora grange for th ing year. mas com- Over- Other officers elected were: seer, Dwight Baumgartner, 1 er, Mrs. Charles Reese Leroy Crow rian Eck, Chaplain, Thrapp, Treasurer, Louis Neill, Sec retary, George Burry, keeper, ant Steward, Mrs. Jerry Burkhold er, Pianist, Mrs. Steve Morvay, De gree Captain, Mrs. Pratt Agner, Legislation Agent, Leonard Sutter, Juvenile Matron, Mrs. Dwright Baum gartner, Home Economics Chair man, Mrs. Ben Burry, and Youth Chairman, Charles Risser. Lectur- Steward, Assistant Steward, Ad Mrs. Munson Melvin Hilty, Ceres, Mrs. Fruchey’, Pomona, Mrs. Ben Flora, Faith Miller, Gate Daniel Cook, Lady Assist- Pleasant Hill and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber son were last week callers of and Mrs. George Ayers of Kalida. Sunday’ evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and family were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Balmer. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and sons and Rodney Jennings were Mr. Kenneth Hauenstein and fanlily. ind Mrs. Mr. and ily were lest and Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harry’ Huber and fam Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Earr son. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edward: son of Columbus Grove were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Maurice Bell and family. Mrs. Sunday afternoon guests of Barnes were Cleola Zimmerman, Jane Zimmerman, Joan Bigmel and Bethel and Virginia Brown. Mrs. Karl Huber was pleasantly' surprised on her birthday by’ Mrs. Lillie Fett of Beaverdam and Mrs. Hod Murray of Bluffton, Friday’. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Andrews family were Sunday callers of and Mrs. Amos Reichenbach. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blosser family and Mr. and Mrs. Jones and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and daughters. Floyd Mrs. Cecil Hartman and daughter were Monday afternoon callers of Mrs. Etta Yant of Beaverdam. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sid ney Hauenstein of Columbus Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter. A Friday afternoon caller of Mrs. Gerald Huber was Basinger. Mrs. Lamar the week Margaret Sunday M. Glea- spent Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Gleason end with her sister, Gleason of Westminster, dinner guests were Mr. C. son and children. Wednesday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber Treva Vandemark and Sharon and Sue. was Mrs. daughters, News Want-ads bring results. Electrical Service Commercial and House Wiring Electrical Repair Estimates Given Frie For Prompt Servijfe Call Harvey M. Phone 367-' Res. -.117 E. Ki or write P. O. Box 9. Blti er St. on. Oh 7 KNOW mfAtlUtV! ’.effy C+tojNsriibtf fircv&i ^&-■' to Mr Te tert fitter Twte iMttetr *W3!i ^Cf *W kJWL 7 KhOW CUM CLOTHtS _■ My Ciaperitia Arered fitter I*i» ftetent Cteeaer, tvkitef, f»k "that's why we bath chase a TWlHrilB IT’S THE ONLY WASHER WITH TWO WASHING TUBS! Yes, the two washing tubs make the im portant difference between the DEXTER TWIN and all others. This wonderful twin tub washer gives you Double Sudsing the exclusive DEXTER TWIN washing method that so easily so quickly gets your entire week's wash so spotlessly clean in only one hour or less! No hand rubbing, soaking or pre -treating and DEXTER TWIN saves hot water, soap and electricity I C. F. Niswander Dexter Sales and Service Bluffton, Ohio. otxrfPtaEa WASHIR THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. LaFayette The Kings Daughters class of the Congregational-Christian church held their class meeting Wednesday in the Sunday school room s church, with a covered dish and gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hefn daughters Darlyn and Monica, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hefne daughter Kay’ of Cincinnati Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brice Hefner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fackler of Lorain, Mr. and Mrs. Carey Younk man and daughters Jerilym Joyce and Nancy Ann, Mrs. Alice Fackler and Miss Georgia Fackler spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Atmer Bergman. Miss Celina Thayer spent several days Mrs. Fem Mrs. Ind. this week visiting her Aunt Cora Stoner and daughters and Mrs. Velma Newland and Myrtle Cox of Columbia City, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Arnold spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roily Arnold in Lima. Mr. Robert Ackerman, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wollett, who has been a surgical patient in Me morial hospital, has been removed to the Wollett home here. Mr. and Mrs. daughters Mrs Mrs. Bernard funeral of Mr. LaFayette, in Milo Watt and James Simmons and Miller attended the Roy Hall, formerly of Dayton, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Atmer Bergman en tertained at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schuerman and daugh ters Joanne and Shirley. The Keystone and Semper Fidelis classes of the Methodist church held their December meeting, Wednesday evening with Mrs. Wayne Schumach er, with Mrs. Charles Koogler, as sisting hostess. Gifts were exchang ed and Mrs. Schumacher and Mrs. May were in charge of the enter tainment. Armorsville Mrs. Levi Hauenstein had the mis fortune of falling and breaking her left wrist Saturday evening. L. A. S. and W. S. W. S. of Liberty Chapel church meets with Mrs. Frank Montgomery^ Thursday of this week for an all day meeting. Levi Hauenstein and son Ellis at tended the Fat Stock Show in Chica go Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle McCarty’ and son of Lima called at the Ervin Moser home, Sunday’ afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and family visited relatives in Carey, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Montgomery and daughter Sue calle dat the C. W. Montgomery home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler called on Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Klingler and family of Ada, Sunda yafternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Hartman call ed on Mrs. Mary Hartman and son Cloyce of near Hoytsville, Sunday. Mrs. John Good of Ada called on her sister, Mrs. Lena Hauenstein one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hauenstein and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klingler and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Klingler. Ideal Xmas Gifts See our selection of Small uman Radios, Pop-up Lighting Fix other electrical and aciessoflies. Toasters, tures and appliances Radio and Electric Appuance Repairing All at Money-saving IJrices. Mumma Electric Shop Carl Mumma 122 North Mail/ You’ll Be Glad Afte, i refurnish AFTER A ie glad you WHEN yo| your home i FIRE, you’ll __ took this agaicy’s advice to increase your insurance to keep pace with today’s greater insurable value of your furnishings. Without obligation, you can have your insurance policies reviewed too—just call Diller Insurance Agency “Diller’s Policies Pay” Clarence D. Diller, Agent 125 N. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio OHIO Beaverdam Mn Mr. a lumbu: Mrs. Me her home Mr Clara Murray of Bluffton riday evening guests of Mrs L.illie Anderson Miss week end guest Clayton Ruprigh1 Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dii and Mrs. Lewii family. fi of Ada was a of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Beery, Sr. ner guests of Mr. Van Meter and The Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church held their Christmas Thursday evening Mrs. Clara Young, were present. gift exchange on at the home of Thirty members cantata “While will be given The Christmas Shepherds Watched1” I BR'NG Your £C”R/sM1AS usr W TO ©UR »^x wi COUNTER 4-cop Fyrtx Psrcolafor. Brews the right amount of good coffee faster—. Flamsware Double Boiler. Easy to see what's cook ing. H4 quart sir* Ovta and Refrigerator Sot. AQE Colors match Bowl Set. uJ For baking and serving—. Pyrex Color Bowl Sot. 4 colorful bowls for mixl baking, serving, storing. Greding Hardware IB Mti r" 8siK I.. J® iwh? F^aT at the Methodist church on Sunday evening, December ID. Mr. and Mrs. John Manahan and y spent Sunday Toledo. and Mr Mr Neil Mr. e: Church 5 party ined of nt 3. E. Bowers, Mrs. family are visiting and Holden a: and Mrs. Gerald Bower: n Arizona. rid Stirn spent Tuesday grandparents Mr. and A. Stirn in Lima. with Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Younkma tors of Mr. and Mrs. son and family at Pam HOME Handy wire baskets provid* con venlent storing of frozen food package*. A warning tight on the NA-8 In dicates a current Interruption er on abnormal temperalure rise. Poeltlve action latch. Counterbalanced lid. DO YOUR CH RISTJMVi J%$ SHOPPINGr ,'^*'’^JV-7 -■’•'.SV- •'X5^ ■■I RBflG Mh 'WJBT You’ll relish the convenience of frequent schedules and Christmas saving fares Greyhound has ready for you this holiday season. And you’ll appreciate Greyhound’s Super-Coach comfort when you arrive rested and re freshed, ready for holiday fun. See the fare savings offered by Greyhound then Go Greyhound. Ann Arbor, Mich $2.90 Chicago, 111 ... 3.70 Cincinnati, Ohio 3.35 Columbus, Ohio 2.45 Asheville, N. C. 9.75 Wakeland, Fla. 18.00 Main St. St. Petersburg, Fla. $18.65 Jacksonville, Fla. .. Miami, Fla.............. Charlottesville, Va. Los Angeles, Calif. Portland, Ore. „,... U. S. Tax Extra Sidney’s Drug Shop 15.05 20.35 10.55 38.35 38.40 Phone 170-W cus fRttias Whether you live in the city, town or country, you can enjoy frozen food any time you want it. Just reach into your spacious General Electric Home Freezer and choose what you want. Imagine having delicious strawberries in January or game food an\ time of the year ... freezing fresh fruit pies and other deli cacies many months in advance. Meat, frozen when fresh, re mains fresh and flavorful for many months. The delectable fresh ness is retained, and is safely protected at ZERO temperature. A General Electric Home Freezer is a time-saving convenience^ with fewer trips to the market or to your locker plant is a labor-saving convenience because frozen food is so easy to pre pare for the table. TWO MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM The NA-4, four-cubic-foot model, holds up to 140 pounds of frozen food. The NA-8, eight-cubic-foot mod el, holds up to 280 pounds. PAGE NINE NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO) Allen Cqpnty, gs. Estate of JSarah Badertscer, deceased. Ralph E. JBadertscber of 358 So. JacloKKf Street, BiUrton. Ohio, has been appointed and qualifirfi as Administrator of the estate of Sarah Radertseher, late of Alien County. of November, 1343. RAYMOND P. SMITH Probate Judge fOM SLAUGHTERING ME KILLED MEATS L. S. SNYDER Beaverdam, Ohio Beaverdam phone 474 FOR CITY SUBURBAN AND FARM USE Model NA-8 Interior depth within reach o» •ven short persons. No. 1 dial position is set for sere degree F. Lower temperatures may be selected Flborglas Insulation for •ffidett storage and economy. Hi THESE BIO, NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME FREEZERS AT Bixel Motor Phone 172-W Sales GET ‘^FORMATION AND tickets ,n advance '9hf Now Possible 3 EARLY dn# permit if Before December 78 Best timo to start trips. Dccombcd 78-20 More choice at seats this weekend ithan next. December I, 22, 23 Better got now than on the Holidak weekend. Docember Leave earlier if you can. December 27-30—Better these days 4- more con venience, more room. December 31+-January 2 Leave later w you can. After Januarr\3 Best time for your betern trip.