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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1949
We Pay $2.00 Ac BUCKEYE HE Phone I ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED BRANCB\ FARMALL FARMALL IE It’s a smart investment tos-Cement siding right Quick and easy to tically eliminates like material is fireproof, cuts down fuel costs. See us for Horses .... $2.00 for Cows ording to size and condition. AUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio MAIN 475 Collect FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC. For Better and Faster Drainage Use Concrete Drain Tile Immediate delivery in Four, Five, Six, and Eight inch Sizes Bricks For Your Building Needs In Seven Fine Colors or Shades Plain Brjck Available for Back-ups Man Holes and Septic Tanks Bluffton Cement Block, Inc. 305 E. Cherry Street Bluffton, Ohio WHATEVER CROP GROWS HERE Grains, grasses, field row crops, vegetables—whatever is planted in this mellow, weed-free seed bed, the new Farmall Tractor with Touch-Control will be on the job all the way. The Farmall is shown here with the McCormick-Deering No. 1O-A Disk Harrow. For the Farmall delivers practical 5-way power: (1) at the drawbar, for pulling trail-benind machines (2) at its mount ing pads, for pushing forward-mounted implements (3) at the belt pulley (4) at the power take-off (5) at the Touch-Control Ipower arms fbr raiding, lowering and regulating mounted implements by hydraulic power. All at surprisingly low oper ating cost! Available for the Farmall is a full line of matched, quick change implement units. New and simple in design, each low cost implement mounts on the tractor to form a compact oper ating unit. Rear-mounted implements, likewise, are quick change. Implements for the FarmaJI are under the complete. 2-way hydraulic control of the Facmall Touch-Control. The Farmall pulls one 16-inch or two 12-inch bottoms cultivates two rows of wide-planted crops. Ask for full information. C. F. Niswander WILL BE THERE, ALL THE WAY! Deering Dealer ton,'Ohio McCormic! Bluf ads the way Make your kome w Beautiful, Fii eproof hiding like new ith use Ruberoid Asbes your old sidewalls.' and once on, it prac cost. This stone- right oyer install! mainten .nee cost. This stone itproof, termite-proof before you modernize! Recom. We CHHT NELSON TILE CO you modernize! Materials Beaverdam, Chio Richland Center Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olt and daughters of Cairo and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shrider, Jr. of Bluffton were past veek callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Griffith of Lima were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter and daughter. Mrs. Ralph Balertscher of Ander son, Ind., Miss Ida Fett of Lima and Mrs. P. P. Badertseller spent last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Otis Fett. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz and Dan Boegli were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Reno Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Neuensch wander, Mrs. Richard Cookson and son Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Don Dill man and family spent Sunday even ing at the Amos and Weldon Lugin buhl Ijome. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son Melvin spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Matter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas and daughter were Sunday dinner guests of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Follas of Elida. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin ealb-d Sunday afternoon at the Har ry Shrider, Jr., and Irvin Rodabuugh homes of Bluffton. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daugh ters spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badertscher and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roily Moser and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matter. Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz were, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and family. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gratz and sons. Mrs. J. 1. Luginbuhl was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Luginbuhl and family. Barbara Rae Marquart spent Saturday night and Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs .Ed Mar quart. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daugh ters attended a family dinner Sunday in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ernest and family of Columbus Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ewing wall ed last Monday evening at the Joe Follas home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz, Jr. and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and daughter were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin. Mrs. Evelyn Michel and son, Mrs. Francis Marquart and daughter spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Marquart. Dan Boegli returned to Hanford, California Tuesday after spending the past three months visiting rela tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas and son Ray were last Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Matter and Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Benroth and family were supper guests at the Follas home. Musician Seaman Ray Follas left last Saturday for his base station New Port, R. L, after spe iding the past twelve days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe llas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas called Sunday evening on Mr. and Mrs. John Burkholder. Brush! Fail! Hammer! Nail! Paint Up! Fix Up! Without fail! Phone 168 W s PORTR 8, photo Photo finishing, fit supplies udio Neu-Art Bluffton STttt III III III wB vV- & 138-W Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-seven years of Dependable Service THE BLUIFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO Here, There, and Everywhere Leon Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer of Col. Grove received a compound leg fracture when his car overturned on a curve, rollin gover several times and s’! ik ing a utility pole on Rt. 224 west of Ottawa. He was taken to Lima St. Rita’s hospital. Mrs. O. James Steele of Col. Grove is improving at Lima Memorial hospital following an operation. I*aul Keller, Jr., of Col. Grove has been removed from Lima Memorial hospital to the children’s hospital in Columbus. Mrs. Ella Stoker and daughter Velma of Findlay recently returned from Florida were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber in Bluffton. Herman Bosse, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Bosse and Frank Dray of Orange township spent the week end near Cloud City, Mich. Theo. Welty of Toledo /sited relatives in the Bluffton a a last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spik of Columbus were recent w k ,nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. stutz in Beaverdam. L. I). McGee of Gilboa pros ited the W. S. C. S. of Gilboa M. E. church with a large electric k for the social center. It replaces ’he old clock given by the late D. U. Mc Cullough which has been in use for nearly 75 years. The building s now used as a social center since merger of the Methodist congregations. Mi-, and Mrs. Sam Wilson of Belle ville were recent week end gut. -ts of the latter’s mother, Mrs. Ellen Dild ine of Leipsic. Ralph Bowman of Arlington is recovering from an operation in Mercy hospital, Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whisler of near Bluffton entertained in honor of their wedding anniversary the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White and Chas. White of Mt. Cory and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McVey of McComb. Rev. A. M. Ross of Gilboa spent several days last week at Berea col lege, Kentucky where he was the guest of Dr. Raine, professor of English. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman McClish, Rawson, celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary, Tuesday They spent thir entire married life in Raw son in the same house where they DIXIE In fewest words that's the Grey hound travel story! There’s rest ful relaxation in SuperCoach comfort amazing savings as you ride at the cost of driving your car frequent schedules to all the big cities, little towns, and points in between through out the United States, and Canada and Mexico too. And, you enjoy the scenery close-up while one of the world’s best drivers pilots your coach—wherever you tra vel. COMPARE THE FARES— GREYHOUND IS LOWEST TO: Ft. Wayne ................ $1.95 Indianapolis .............. 4.00 New York City.........12.05 Detroit ...................... 2.70 Cleveland ................. 3.00 U. S. Tax Extra ... Big Savings on Round Trips SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP N. Main St. phone 170-W GREYHOUND started housekeeping. John Garlinger is convalescing at his home in Mt. Cory following a major operation at Bluffton hospital. Howard Clark, south of Beaver dam, has returned from Florida where he spent the winter. Darrell Stewart of Col. Grove, who underwent surgery in Lima Memorial hospital is reported improved. He was returned to the hospital after being removed to his home followin the operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kissel of Col. Grove have returned following a week’s visit with their daughter, Mrs. Chester Armentrout and family of Sparta, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bushe of Mobile, Ala., are visiting at their former home in Col. Grove. They moved to Alabama a year ago to make their home with their daugh ter, Mrs. D. McDowell. It’s springtime in Ohio and it’s Clean Up—Paint Up—Fix Up Time May 5-12. Do your part! LEGAL NOTICE Zelbprt Jack place of reside Everett, whose 1 nee was 30S Uecke ast known Buildinc, Anderson, Ind ana. a hereby nUift.nl/ that Ella Mae Ev. ■-tt has filed Petition a»rain«t him^fi divorce and otlfer eduitable relief, on the grounds of gross\ w/ect of duty in Case Jdumber 3ss70 of [t! e'T'ommon Pleas Court o Allen Coufcty, Ohio, and that said caus. will be foP-fi.-at ing on or about six weeks from the nate o the first publication of this notice. DURBIN & NAVARRE Attorney for Plaintiff Durbin and Navarre 301 Dominion Building Lima. Ohio Customers’ Corner Freshness is an important factor in determining the value of the food you buy. That is why A&P has an extensive freshness control program, calling for rapid turnover, proper refrigera tion, and trained employees. All these things are de signed to insure your finding only fresh foods of top qual ity at your A&P ... to insure your getting your money's worth. If you should ever get any food in our stores that fails to live up to our exacting standards of freshness, we will consider it a favor if you will return it to the store for refund. And we will appreciate any suggestions you may have as to how we can make your A&P store a better place to shop. Please write: Customer Relations Department A&P Food Stores, 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. OVEN TREATS Cherry Ice Gold BAR CAKE CINNAMON SLICED BREAKFAST LOAF JANE PARKER 3 VARIETIES CRISP CALIFORNIA e LAYERS EA. Pineapple Go!d Creme Iced LAYER CAKE ~59c SAHDWICH COOKIES SUPER SOFT SLICED PASCAL CELERY.... SWEET AHO FRESH PIHEAPPLE No. 21- can each l-dox. Pkk. MARVEL WHITE BREAD 2 .X'. California ORANGES •«53c Iceberg 48 Size HEAD LETTUCE 2=“ 29C aul- STRAWBERRIES....... 55c SOLID HEADS HEW CABBAGE.......... 7c w for Canning ............................................. Mi FRESH FANCY HOT HOUSE ASPARAGUS buUU9c TOMATOES FOOD0S' New! Improved! White! KITCHEH KLEHZER Heins 10c 13 ok. can ORDER NOW FOR MAY DELIVERY SPECIAL DISCOUNT Starting with May 16th hatch M» through the Mimmtr. Remember AMSTl TZ Chtckit are I. S. Certified and Approved R. O. P. Trapne»t Egg-Blood Pedigree-Sired. 97', Livability Guarantee BLUFFTON, 0. PANDORA, 0. AMSTUTZ HATCHERIES Custom Slaughtering Beef $1 per head Hogs Dressed 25c Cwt. Hogs ressed and processed ready for locker or home freezer $2.50 per cwt. Also beef by the quarter and hogs by the side at reason able prices. SWANK BROS. QUALITY MEATS See Why Thrifty Thousands Say You Can't LOW PRICES!forA&PYourBeat Iona Cream Style SLICED PEACHES CORNED BEEF PANTRY SHELF SUPPLIES Perfect Strike CHUM SALMON 41c GOLDEN CORN 10= EVAPORATED MILK ............. 3 35c SALAD DRESSING ....................... 43c IAEFI BEAAMEC Thank You Brand 11-oz. I Firm. Tender. Golden .................... can Fine for Sandwiches ... ..........................,2CS EARLY JUNE PEAS STbS"................ 10c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE WALLPAPER CLEANER DIAMOND BOOK Iona Unpeeled A&P Rifwdless Medium CHEESE CHEESE FOOD 19c IT CHED-O-j WISCONSIN I 27c FRESH C! TASTY FLAV 29c A&PIS PEAK FRESH PRODUCE 29c LOHGHOI 3. I 9 case 39c BABY FOODS JUNIOR STRAINED 2 lert 27c 3 |ers 29C PAGE NINE IUCf|~ 41c Make* Delicious Pies ... Ne..! GRAPE JELLY XPX. .................. ’2 21c DOLE'S FRUIT COCKTAIL................ No ’*37$ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE KUTOL .. 2 ‘1.7.23c MATCHES 2,.,rti.2lc APRICOT HALVES NEW LOW PRICE Ann Page 21c 27c Unsweetened ....................................... RITZ CHEESE LAKESIDE CHEESE CRACKERS .... 26c WAFERS....... 21c MICHIGAN WINDOW CLEANER PEA BEANS 2 25c WINDEX 33c 27c STRAWBERRY PRESERVES NEW LOW PRICE 31C 1 lb. Jar DAIRY BUYS Silverbraok Dairy Fresh ROLL 65c Rott CHEDDAR 55c pkg. 2 69c IEDDAR CHEESE 47c 'H CHEESE 47c Pure Vegetable Shortening dexo NEW LOW PRICE! 3 u» 81c Kraft's MAYOHHAISE 27C 8 oz. jar Hunt's Spicy TOMATO CATSUP NEW LOW PRICEI 214 23 oz. nets. LaChoy Chop Suey MIXED VEGETABLES 29c No. 2 can Jelke Bowl-Mix Margarine GOOD LUCK 28c i it. pkt.