Thrapp & Warren
Beef $1 per head Hogs Dressed 25c Cwt
Hogs dressed and processed ready for
locker or home freezer $2.50 per cwt
Also beef by the quarter knd hogs by the side at reason
Offers Friendly Service
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
TMAOB-UAMK U.». PAT. OPP«
MT SCRAPS IT DOWN TNS DRAIN
The electrically operated Disposall ahreda all food
*e*tt—including bones—into fine particles, which
See carried down the drain and out of the house
Your sink is always dean I
NO MORE GARBAGE
There are no garbage containers or garbage odors
in die Disposall equipped kitchen. The food waste
before it can spoil.
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
TlPlace Your Order
NEUHAUSER CHICKS ‘Favorites for Years”
SIGN UP now for baby chicks, no matter when
you want delivery. Your early orders are appre
ciated and you can save money by starting your
chicks early. None finer at any price. Our ad
vanced breeding program and modern disease
control program assures you of top profit-makers.
Order vour chicks NOW I
NEUHAUSER HATCHERY, Arlington, Ohio
Estate Sale of Moses J. Amstutz, deceased at 126 Grove
St., Bluffton, Ohio,
1:30 P. M.
PROPERTY—6 room model'll frame house, with bath,
hot air furnace, full basement, good carpet on floor. Long
lot with fruit trees and 2 car garage. TO BE SOLD AT
2:00 P. M.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Howard upright piano with
bench and music cabinet to match, Oak book case, 3 rock
ing chairs, round top oak dining t£ble with 6 chairs G. E.
floor model radio, magazine stand, walnut wardrobe, G. E.
Electric sweeper, brush push sweeper, porch glider, 2 twin
metal beds and springs, 3 dressers,'1 bed with dresser
to match, 1 metal bed, 1 wood Bed with springs, G. E.
refrigerator 5 cu. ft., Frigidaire Electric stove, kitchen
cabinet, utility closet, oak kitchen set table and chairs,
Sellars oak kitchen cabinet and utility closet to match,
washing machine, ironing board, electric iron, 3 clocks,
table lamp, fruit cupboards, lawn i^ower, 3 small stands,
pictures, odd chairs, chests, garderi tools galvanized tub
and other articles.
Sidney Hilty, Administrator
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lugibihl,
who had been living on their father’s
farm south of Pandora, are now liv
ing in their brother Harlan’s house,
on the former Eldon Hilty chicken
ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Lugibihl are
partners of Ben Burry of the Locker
Kenneth Basinger returned home
from Los Angeles, Calif., last week,
to visit his mother and family.
Donald McDowell, implement man,
has gone to Arizona, because of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Bixler are here
from Elkton, Mich., getting things in
shape for their father, Adam Bixler.
He is having a sale in March.
Mrs. Dale Snavely and children, of
Holgate, were Friday n'ght and
Saturday guests at the Hiram Krohn
home. They returned home with Mr.
Snavely, Saturday night.
Ohio State University, Columbus,
will hold a Women’s Institute March
21-25, and the first meeting of its
kind to bring recognition to women’s
organizations in Ohio, and contribu
tions which women have made to
communities in Ohio. A number of
prominent women speakers will take
part in the three day program. Reser
vations are being made through Mrs.
Katherine Porter Allen at Hagerty
Hall, Ohio State University. Fee per
person is $12, and cover two nights’
lodgings in Baker Hall on campus,
two dinners and two luncheons.
Miss Marjorie P. Basinger, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Basinger
was listed among the honor roll
students at Ohio State University
during the autumn quarter.
Beverley and Danny Headington,
of West Orange, New Jersey, visited
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Headington, at West Mansfield,
over the week-end. The children
with their mother, Mrs. M. D. Head
ington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Steiner during his illness through
February. Mr. Steiner is gradually
Mrs. Josephine Moser has been
spending several weeks with a sister,
Photo finishing,. films, photo
Phone 168-W Bluffton
LOCAL ANJ1 LONG
Every Load Insured
CLEAN OUT RUS1 SCALE,
DIRT AND SLUDCE... n
THE 8iwfi WAY
A deem cooling tysfer
porta nt to your cor
lubrication. Wo can
cooling system tho
now, modern method.
i Is as Im*
Bixel Motor Sales
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Mrs. Charlie Kindig in Florira.
Kenneth E. Marshall, of Rockport,
will be associated in business with
the Donald McDowell Implement
Store at Pandora. Marshall has been
employed with the Farm Manage
ment, Inc., of Irwin, Ohio, since his
graduation at Ohio State University.
His wife was the former Rosemary
Bernard Davies, of Pandora, and
Hugo Basinger, of the settlement,
had a head on auto collision on what
was formerly U. S. Route 224 near
Ottawa, last Wednesday afternoon.
Davies was coming east on Route 224,
another car was coming towards
Bernard, and as he was about to
turn onto the side road, formerly
called Gypsies Lane, Hugo Basinger
who was ready to turn onto the main
road stopped at the intersection.
Bernard becoming confused crashed
into the Basinger car and both cars
were considerably damaged.
Dr. H. A. Niswander and Mr. Carl
Seitz were speakers at the Pandora
and Riley Creek churches, the latter
northwest of Pandora, at Sunday
morning services, the occasion being
observance of Methodist Laymen’s
Miss Betsy Zuercher will enter
tain the Asito Mas Club Wednesday
evening, March 2. Miss Zuercher is
president of Asito Mas Club.
The Au Revoir Club were enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Russell
Eastman near Columbus Grove, Feb.
17. Mrs. Melville Beckwith, of
Columbus Grove, was assistant host
ess at the luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Etter are
the parents of a son Ronald Lee at
Bluffton Hospital since Feb. 19. Mrs.
Etter was the former Joan Huser,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Huser.
Wallace and Mark Lugibihl held a
public farm sale Monday afternoon,
one mile south of Pandora, where the
Ed Lugibihl family have lived for
a Jong time on what used to be the
late Henry Grismore farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lugibihl are now
living on their own farm, formerly
the late Emil Doriot farm, just east
of the Grismore farm.
C. J. Windan, farmer of Riley
township, and who lives on State
Route 12 west of Pandora, was re
cently re-elected to represent Putnam
county on the board of directors of
the Northern Ohio Breeders Associa
tion for two years. Clement Suter,
another Riley township man, was
elected as one of the ten directors at
large for a term, of two years.
Mrs. Meridith Morris, of Lima,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Emmet Burkhart, Friday. Her par
ents returned home with her to spend
i the week-end.
Harry Hostettler, teacher in Mans
field high school, who was in an
automobile accident in January near
Ashland, Ohio, and in which his wife
lost her life, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Basinger over Satur
day and Sunday. Mr. Hostettler has
almost recovered from the accident.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to the friends and neighbors
for their aid and sympathy extended
during the illness and death of our
beloved father and grandfather,
Christian Santschi especially do we
thank Rev. Oppermann who offici
ated at the funeral, the Women’s
Guild of St. John’s Reformed Church,
the singers, organist and all those
Thursday, March 24, is Diamond
Jubilee Day of Farm and Home
Week at Ohio State University.
Saturday, March 5,1949, 9:30 a. m.
OVER 150 TRACTORS
John Deere G’s, A’s, B’s, M’s Farmall M’s to Super A’s:
Fords Massey 44’s Case \A-C B’s, C’s VVC’s Olivers.
Plows Discs Drills Balers! Mowers Rakes Combines
Spreaders Etc. Cars Trucl®.
Farmers—We have more buyers from more states than
any sale in America. Bring Anything you wish to sell.
Need lots of good horse drawn \tools also.
Next Sale M^rch 19th.
Lease Farm Equipment
Phone 1319 Greenville, Ohio
WHX NOT TIE VOURSELF UP WOH
ANO HAVE THS ADWU4TA4E
OF IT5 cuarantkgp
BP LIMON ELECTRICJ
METRICAL REPAIR. VfgML
RESIDENCE 117 EAST KIBLER
FARM MACHINERY SALE
Sunday afternoon callers at the
Ervin Moser home were, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Moser and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Schaffer and Jimmy
Fox, all of Lima Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Moser and daughter, Columbus
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hauenstein and
son called at the Levi Hauenstein
home, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and
Miss Margaret Guider spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Mrs. Doshia Moore, of Carey, was
Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Klingler.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Hilty were Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Wilson, Upper Sandusky Mr. and
Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewing,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Spencer and Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Hilty and family of
Miss Margaret Guider spent Sun
day at the Wayne Guider home in
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingler and
son called at the C. E. Klingler
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell and
daughter were Sunday evening sup
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Montgomery and family.
Delayed from Last Week
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bell and
family, of Marysville, were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Montgomery’ and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. McCafferty
were Sunday evening supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Montgomery
and family were Monday evening
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Bell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Amstutz and
daughter Mrs. Paul Spyker of Co
lumbus are spending several weeks
Mrs. Cynthia Elliott spent last
week in Perrysburg with Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Schmidt and family.
Rev. L. Dow Fauver has been
granted a month’s leave of absence
due to ill health. Mr. Harley Wil
liams of Lima Wesley Methodist
Church will be guest speaker at the
Beaverdam Methodist church on Sun
day, March 6.
Bernard Grata spent the week-end
with Bobby and Eddie Anderson at
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bowers and
son, Mrs. Catherine Huber, of Ada,
Mr. and Mrs. Massie and son, of
Lima, were Sunday evening dinner
guests of Mrs. Lillie Anderson.
Miss Ruth Durkee was a Tuesday
evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Stallkamp, of Lima.
Mrs. Carl Amstutz will entertain
the L. O. C. S. of the Church of
Christ at her home on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nelson are
spending a few weeks in Florida.
Mrs. Carl Beery spent Thursday
with her husband at Niles, Mich. He
has just returned from Texas where
he was sent by the A. T. & T. Co.,
to help repair lines which had been
damaged by a recent storm.
The high school sophomore class
is sponsoring a bake sale at the town
SALES AND SERVICE
GENUINE MSSEY HARRI$ PARTS
Sales & Service
E. F. Sell
105 E. I
Bluffton tone 260-W
Open Satur lay Evenings
Household Appliances, Re
frigerators, SweApers, Radios,
Etc. House wiring, wall
plugs and switches installed.
Prompt service. Cals answered
day or night. Licensed electrician.
Estimates without bbligation.
Ferrell Electric Shop
353 S. Main St-, Bluffton
According To Size and
305 E. Cherr
No fair offer refused on these trailers.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1949
E. G. Buchsieb, Inc.
For Beier and Faster Drainage
Use Concrete Drain Tile
Available in Four, Five, Six, and Eight inch Sizes
Bricks For Your Building Needs
In Seven Fine Colors or Shades
lin Brick Available for Back-ups
Man Holes and Septic Tanks
We have a complete repair service department with
expert mechanics, which guarantees to you that we can
back up our manufacturers guarantee 100%.
We also feature a complete stock of all trailer acces
You can buy quality merchandise for less as we will
not be undersold.
COLES TRAILER SALES
535 W. Market Street, Tiffin, Ohio Phone 1128
0. C. Horsey & Sons
OFFSET DISC HARROW
y NO "ROLL OVER" AQTION—equal penetration of all
z disc blades at all times.
Cement Block Co.
Street Bluffton, Ohio
You can now buy directly from an authorized factory
distributor such old line famous make House Trailers as
the SCHULT, TRAVELO, VAGABOND, HOWARD, PRAI
RIE SCHOONER, ZIMMER. ROYCRAFT and SUPERIOR.
At the present time we have three new 1948 Model
House Trailers we must sell to make room for our new
models. They are:
30 ft. ZIMMER all aluminum exterior, birch interior, with
shower and automatic electric hot water heater.
28 ft. TRAVELO, aluminum exterior, all birch interior,
with an arrangement to please the most discriminating
20 ft. ZIMMER, aluminum exterior, canvas top, birch and
gum interior, with living accommodations excellent for
traveling or small family.
DISC GANGS WORK TOGETHER —front and rear
gangs work with instead pf against each other.
ELIM)NATES "WHI ACTION’’—absence of rear
gang "whipping" permits ^loser work among trees.
DISC BLADES WEAR EVENLY—rear gang spends no
time riding "piggy back/' loafing on the job.
PROVIDES LOWER ORCHARD SHIELD-for safer,
cleaner, work-closer to tht trees.
ASSURES LEVEL GROUND —disc gangs working in
w harmony insure perfect results all over the field.
ASK FOR YOUR COPY OF THE BROCHURE "6 WAYS BETTER.
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