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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1949
Due to the nt
and vicinity, reprei
at The Citizens N
TO
WITH
Notice To Taxpayers
mber of returns being filed in Bluffton
entatives of the Auditor’s Office will be
itional Bank on Friday, March 4, 1949
to assist in prepar ng personal tax returns and collections.
RUSSELL L. HIRE,
Auditor, Allen County
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Here’s March—fittingly named for
the old Roman war god—fickle, un
predictable, blowing hot and cold,
roaring in a day ahead of schedule
Monday in the midst of swirling
snow and sunshine in which the
March lamb was pretty badly mauled
by the March lion and Tuesday
continued cold with the thermom
eter around 20 degrees which gave
Blufftonites cold chills after spring
like weather all winter how
ever, the oldtimers say that a cold
spell early in March means an early
spring—that what Ralph Basinger
at the florist shop has been predict
ing all along—might be, for the
pussy willows are out and Mrs Alf
Sanner and Mrs. Molly Whitney
gathered dandelion greens last Wed
nesday and Ohio had a birthday
Tuesday—the 146th since it was ad
mitted to statehood March 1, 1803—
which should be particularly inter
esting to Bluffton News readers who
have been following with interest
the feature “True Tales About Ohio”
Spearing in these columns and
Bluffton youngsters enjoying a field
day when some 750 of them filled
the Carma for the free show Sat
urday afternoon as one of the fea
tures of Dollar Day, which by the
way has considerably enhanced
Bluffton’s prestige as a trading cen
ter—bargains were good and plenti
ful and customers well pleased,
which speaks well for the good faith
and enterprise of local retailers
and with basketball team here hav
ing wound up their seasons, local
fans here have been following Beav
erdam and Mt. Cory, winners in
their respective tournaments and be
wailing the turn of fate which de
prived Bluffton athletics of some
mighty good basketball material
when the Orange township territory
went to Mt. Cory back in the 30’s
and maple syrup season on, al
though little is being sold commer
cially—when since it takes a barrel
of maple sap to boil down to make
a single gallon of maple syrup, you
realize that this is a job that takes
patience and we realized Tues
day that our budget will take a
one-two punch and be floored for the
count this month with Easter shop
ping season just around the corner
when we’re trying to raise a ten
spot to get a license for the Chevy-
Bluffton has one lodge—the Mod
ern Woodmen—which has no hall
and meets only once a year—but the
attendance at the annual meeting is
always good, because each member
enjoys a free dinner. There’s a
meeting following the dinner at
which business of the order is trans
acted and then they adjourn for an
other twelve months. The meeting
this year will be at the Walnut
Grill on Friday night, March 25.
Are people superstitious—it looked
so the other day when they were
putting up the big Dollar Day ban
ners across the business section in
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Remember to ask for
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Residence 354-W
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
Main street. A few courageous souls
there were who walked under the
ladders, but the majority carefully
skirted around them—of course it
may have been that the pedestrians
were just taking ordinary precau
tions to avoid being struck on the
head by a falling hammer or other
tools.
And speaking of the Dollar Day
banners the shoe was on the other
foot last week when the much ma
ligned truck drivers who are period
ically berated for ignoring traffic
regulations complained that one of
the banners was obstructing view of
a traffic light. A complaint at the
mayor’s office brought a prompt re
sponse and the banner was raised.
Don Smucker, native Blufftonite
from Chicago lecturing at Bluffton
college this week. Although Don, a
professor at Mennonite Biblical sem
inary and also a minister could pre
fix a couple of titles before his name
he insists that they be omitted—so
if you would address him as he
likes it, he is still plain Don Smuck
er.
Recipe for a long life: work hard
and belong to a church. That’s
what Mrs. Abigail Boutwell says is
the secret of the whole thing—and
she ought to know’, for she reached
her 91st birthday last Sunday. Her
sister, Mrs. Florence Kepnes lives in
Bluffton on North Jackson street.
Mrs. Boutwell, a native of Orange
township, in recent years has made
her home with her son John in
Lima. However the greater part of
her life was spent in Orange town
ship where she was for 65 years a
member of Bethel Church of Christ
southeast of Bluffton on the Lincoln
highway. Since moving to Lima 11
years ago she attends the South Side
Church of Christ where she hears
every Sunday, Rev E. J. Penhor
wood, pastor of the Bluffton Church
of Christ some thirty years ago.
Mrs. Boutwell, mother of a daugh
ter and four sons, reads the Bible
daily, however, since her vision is
failing, her daughter-in-law fre
quently reads to her.
Besides John, who whom she
makes her home, her other children
are Fred and Oscar of Ada and
Allen of Shelby, and a daughter
Mrs. Rachel Shappel of Lima.
Mrs. Boutwell and Mrs. Kepner
are the only survivors of a family
of 10 children. She has 18 grand
children and 30 great grandchildren.
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber en
tertained for dinner Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Berdell Huber and daughters,
Mrs. Alma Griffith, Mr. and Mrs.
Darrell Carr and daughter, and
Waldo Kohler of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber spent
Thursday evening at the Willard
Jennings home.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings
and sons were Sunday evening visit
ors of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chides
ter and family. They were also
Thursday evening supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leiber and
son of Beaverdam.
Gerald Huber and son Darrell Lee
and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark
and family were past week callers
of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and
son called on Mrs. Geo. Eyers last
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week. She has been a patient at
Lima Memorial hospital suffering
from a stroke.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Gleason and
sons were dinner guests Sunday at
the C. M. Gleason home. Afternoon
callers were. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Hover and daughters.
Mrs. Cecil Hartman has returned
home from Bluffton hospital and is
slowly improving. Saturday and
Sunday callers were, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Hochstettler, of Detroit,
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rock
hill, of Napoleon, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Cook, Mrs. Etta Yant, Mr. and
Mrs. James Yant, all of Beaverdam.
Week-end callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Phillips were Mrs. Imogene
Long, Sandra and Sharon Younkman
and Lamar Basinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Winegardner
and family spent Friday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younkman. Sun
day dinner guests were, Mr. and Mrs.
Carey Younkman and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Younkman.
Regular meeting at the Community
House this Thursday evening.
Wednesday over-night guests of
Miss Joanne Barnes were: Misses
Jeannine Stoodts, Barbara McNett
and Charlotte Carruthers, of Lima.
Mrs. Clint Morehead is a patient
at St. Ritas hospital, having been
operated on for goitre last Thursday.
She is getting- along fine.
Attendance at Sunday School, 40
collection, $19.00. Preaching in two
weeks by a visiting minister, as
Rev. Fauver will take a month’s
vacation.
At last we are having winter. Cold
with snow at this writing.
ews want ads bring results.
Heed and be
Healed:
Your Donor's counsel
is the result of sound
judgment and seasoned
experience. Heed it care
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of a pharmacy to com
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Bluffton, Ohio
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