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PAGE TEN
Here, There, and
Everywhere
Mrs. Alvin Stuber, legislative
representative and Mrs. Leander
Bruskotter, district Farm Bureau
chairman of Leipsic attended a meet
ing at Wapakoneta, Wednesday.
Dr. Kenneth Wells of Indianapolis
was a recent week end visitor at the
home fo Mr. and Mrs. John Ander
son in Col. Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. John Zahrend of
Leipsic attended the Golden wedding
of Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Moon in
Hillsboro last week.
Mi«s Ruth Porter, Bluffton college
music department senior has been
employed as instructor irr public
school music at Grand Rapids for the
coming school year. She Will also
be band leader during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of
Bluffton were Thursday evening
supper guests in the home of Mrs.
Chicken
Home Killed Meats
BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB
PORK ROAST
BACON 5 lbs. $1.00 Raw
CORN BEEF lb. 65c
Bologna 4 lbs. $1.00
Weiners 3 lbs. $1.00
9 tall cans
MILK §1.00
No Bone
PERCH lb. 39c
OUR O W N MAKE
SAUSAGE, bulk or casing lb. 39c
O O N A, all beef lb. 45c
A 0 N—in piece, 45c sliced, 49c-59c
WEINER S—small, lb. 55c large, lb. 45c
SATURDAY ONLY
BEEF BOIL 5 lb. $1.00
MILLER’S MODEL DAIRY
MILK 2 Quarts 33c
NORDIC DAIRY ICE CREAM
Your Choice of Flavors
Gallons, $1.49 Quarts, 39c Pints, 23c
Stewing
CHEESE
Grade A
Swiss lb. 75c
Cream Cheese lb. 45c Garden Fresh
Old Fashion
Brick lb. 49c
ARMOUR’S STAR
Cora McGeorge and daughter Golda
of Lima.
Mrs. Cora McClure, 80, was pre
sented with a potted plant in honor
of being the oldest mother at the
Gilboa Methodist Sunday school on
Mother’s day, Sunday. A similar
gift was presented to Mrs. Wm.
Seyer, Jr., as the youngest mother
present.
Mr. and Mrs. David Reichenbach
of Bluffton visited relatives in Co
lumbus, Sunday.
Miss Marjorie Bennett, is employed
in Washington, is in a hospital there
following an appendicitis operation.
Wayne Amstutz of Rawson is a
patient under observation at St.
Vincent hospital, Toledo.
Cathryn Diller will be queen of
Pandora high school May day festivi
ties on May 19. Her attendant will
be Ruby Geiger. Gene Suter and
Dean Diller will be master of
ceremonies.
lb. 35c
Shoulder
Picnic Hams lb. 39c
FRESH SIDE lb. 39c
Pork Shoulder
STEAK lb. 49c
PORK CHOPS lb. 49c
Cubed PORK lb. 59c
lb. 39c
King Nut
OLEO lb. 20c
Strawberries pck. 39c
path.
Cottage
Cheese lb. 25c
Loaf Cheese
2 lb. box 69c Pudding lb. 39c
HAMS lb. 49c
Is your home Freezer or locker getting low?
See us for replacement of
Beef Pork Veal Poultry or Frozen Foods.
THE
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Amstutz of
Beaverdam visited relatives in Plain
City recently.
Mis. Ben Gossman of Beaverdam
spent the past two weeks wi Mr.
and Mrs. F. Hickman in Warren and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Inbody in Newton
Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber of
Bluffton were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moser and
daughter Carolyn north of Beaver
dam. In the afternoon they motored
to Iridian Lake and Russell’s Point.
Mrs. Bessie Guin of Mt. Cory en
tertained Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Roush and family of Cleveland Chas.
Guin of the U. S. Navy stationed in
Hawaiian Islands and Sara Guin of
Chicago.
Mrs. C. E. Cramer has been re
moved from Lima Memorial hospital
to her home in Reaverdam.
Mrs. Lewis Wyncoop of Pandora
was treated at Bluffton hospital for
a dislocated shoulder and fractured
collarbone us the result of a fall at
her home, Thursday.
Mrs. Gertrude Downey of Col.
Grove has returned from a two
months’ visit with her sister in San
Bernardino, Calif., and friends in
Mexico and San Francisco.
Mrs. James Balmer received a long
distance telephone call on Mother’s
day, Sunday, from her son Richard
at Los Vegas, Nevada.
Mrs. Irvin Miller and son Thomas
Paul were removed to their home in
Col. Grove from Lima St. Rita’s
hospital, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz and
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Clausing of
Beaverdam were fishing at St. Mary’s
lake last week.
The Pandora high school 1H A club
entertained their mothers and women
faculty members at a tea in the
home economics room Friday. Carna
tions were presented as favors.
Mrs. Mae Bailey of Beaverdam
was called to Petersburg, Mich., be
cause of the death of a cousin.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ward of Col. Grove
was removed Sunday evening to a
rest home in Ada.
Lance Powell of Rawson found 10
mushrooms Saturday morning. The
lot weighed about 10 pounds with
the largest one tipping the scales at
one pound 10 ounces.
Mrs. Arthur Neff of Grosse Point,
Mich., is spending a week with her
mother, Mrs. Geo. Core in Col. Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andrews and
son Robert of Springfield spent
Sunday in the Conrad and Fett
homes in Beaverdam.
Dehner Beery, Jr., of Perrysburg
returned to his *home in Beaverdam
for a birthday dinner given in his
honor.
Man Is Slugged And
Robbed In Holdup
(Concluded from page 1)
members of sheriffs departments
from Putnam, Hancock, Hardin,
Wyandotte, Van Wert and Allen
counties.
In Store Earlier
Gratz said that the two negroes
were in the store early Saturday
afternoon, to make a small purchase.
It is believed they planned the rob
bery at that time.
Two suspects picked up ty the
state highway patrol were taken to
the establishment Monday afternoon,
but Gratz was unable to identify
either as a member of the holdup
duo.
The carry-out store is owned by
William B. Augsburger, of Bluffton.
Gratz has operated it for a number
of years, until five weeks ago at a
location about a quarter-mile north
of the present site.
Pleasant View
Mrs. Arietta Rickly is ill at her
home, having suffered a heart attack
a week .ago.
Mrs. Agnes Wynkoop suffered a
dislocated shoulder and broken col
lar bone when she fell at her home
Thursday. She was treated at Bluff
ton Community hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Doty and Mr.
and Mrs. Leotus Sutter and little
son of Pandora were Sunday guests
of their son Mr. and Mrs. Oren
Doty and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bogart
of near Coldwater, Mich., and Mr.
and Mrs. Waldo Hanna and daugh
ters were last Sunday visitors in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Rickly and
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Rickly and fam
ily of Columbus were week end visi
tors in the Rickly-Reichenbach home.
The Ladies Harmony Circle will
meet in the home of Mrs. Harry
Howell this Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Lewis Dukes will be assistant
hostess. Mrs. Donald Harris will be
program leader. The topic for dis
cussion is “China’s Tomorrow.”
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Redden of
Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Red
den of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. C.
G. Redden of Ada, Mrs. Virginia
Kemph, Mrs. Francis Kemph and
children and Mrs. Della Krohn of
Pandora visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Neil and family,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and
family called on Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Johnson and family of Bluffton
Thursday evening.
Countries participating in the In
ternational Wheat Agreement number
42—37 are importing countries, 5
are exporters.
BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
The spring clean-up program at
Buckeye quarry got under way Tues
day night at Sportsmen’s park at
the north end of the quarry. Mem
bers of the club were on hand to
get the park in shape for summer
activity. Weeds were mowed, trees
trimmed and logs sawed into conven
ient length for buzzing. Surplus
trees were trimmed out to make bet
ter fishing. Water has been turned
on at the fountain and picnic tables
placed at convenient places. Several
truck loads of trash and limbs were
hauled away and the park is be
ginning to look spic and span.
Families were already using the
park facilities for picnics and the
club aims to make the place clean
and attractive for community use.
Dana Mathewson has accepted the
position as park manager and will
supervise a clean-up program to be
continued throughout the summer
until late fall.
Plan Fence Around Playground
A thirty-inch high decorative wire
fence will be erected around the
park area, enclosing the swings and
ample area as a protective measure
to keep children from falling in the
quarry. Sand boxes will be added
and other playground equipment for
youngsters is under consideration.
Also under consideration is. an ex
tension of the water line to a posi
tion within the fenced-in area en
closure where a child’s drinking
fountain could be installed.
Work Night Again Wednesday
Equipment will be painted, weeds
mowed, grass trimmed, raking again
this Wednesday night starting at
6:30 p. m. in order to cooperate
with the town council in Clean-up
Week.
Sportsmen’s Club Clean-Up Program
At Sportsmen’s Park, Buckeye Quarry
Club members are asked to bring
paint brushes rakes, scythes, lawn
mowers, axes, hammers, saws, tree
trimmers, and other tools.
Plans are being made to saw up
a large pile of limbs and logs into
Bluffton
the
and
for
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lugibill
daughter Katherine left by auto
a trip to Pipestone, Minn., to visit
son Wlado and wife.
Harold Todd enlisted in the Navy.
Henry Dillman and Mr. and Mrs.
Harl Dillman motored
Mich., to
family.
Edward
safely in
28.
Bangor,
visit Tony Dillman and
Hardwick has arrived
Shanghai, China, on June
He left the following day for
Hong Kong.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Cunningham,
Mrs. Andrew Hauenstein and Miss
Leia Frick are attending the Bible
conference and school of missions at
Wooster.
Glen Marks of Upper Sandusky
was made local manager of the
Standard Oil bulk station, succeed
ing Fred Triblehorn who has been
promoted.
P. T. Steiner, age 76, was confined
to his bed following an accident in
which both arms, both legs, finger
and a toe of the aged man were
broken. Steiner attempted to fasten
a loosened tug while the team wax
attempting to pull a wagon of grain
from the bam. The team bolted
when the wagon bumped into them
causing the rear wagon wheels to
roll over the victim as he fell. Dave
Fisher, who was helping guiding
the wagon from the barn with the
tongue, saved Steiner from addition
al injury by pulling him out from
under the front wheels before they
could roll over him. The team had
been hitched to the rear of the
wagon.
Hatchery output of turkey poults
during February and March was 113
percent above the same months of
1948.
Inspect farm electrical systems for
broken insulators, defective ground
connections, dust around lights, leaks
in roofs over wiring, and accumula
tions of manure around wiring.
Checking tires on
regularly will help
flat tires.
cars and trucks
prevent many
Badly clogged air cleaners on
tractor motors can reduce power and
increase fuel consumption.
LEGAL NOTICE
Sarah Lycans, whose last known place of
residence was Sarah Lycans, 116 Twenty
fourth Street, Huntington. West Vfcnrinia. is
hereby notified that Roy I.yAns has filed
his petition against her for djakrep and other
equitable relief on the frefcruw of gross neg
lect of duty and extrtraA,cruelty in Case
Number 3X871 of the Common Pleas Court
of Allen County, Ohio, and that said cause
will be for hearing on or about six weeks
from the date of the first publication of this
notice.
DURBIN AND WARRS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Lima, Ohio 6
short lengths for use in the fire
places. Weeds will be removed and
a poison ivy control program is
planned.
Reunions Scheduled
Clubs and groups in the commun
ity wishing to make reservations for
reunions an^i large family gather
ings may register for use of tables
at Troy’s Garage on South Main
street. Registration will give the
park caretaker an opportunity to
have facilities in first class condition
for such gatherings. A number of
reunions can be held at the same
time in the park.
The Women’s Varsity of the
college has registered for use of the
park on May 28.
Officers Named
Edgar Root has been named pres
ident of the club, succeeding the late
Aldine E. Kohli. Other officers are
Thomas Prosser, vice president Hi
ram Huser, treasurer Bernard Fish,
secretary. Directors are Ray Mum
ma, Gilbert Montgomery, Wilbur
Fish, Herbert Rupright, Roy Cle
ments. Another director will be
named to the board to fill the posi
tion vacated by Edgar Foot, who
was elected president.
Membership Contest
Two membership teams have been
named, headed by Dick Troy and
Herb Rupright. Persons wishing to
get in on the contest can obtain
books of tickets from Carl Mumma,
membership secretary, and join a
team at Mumma Electric shop. The
losing team will entertain the win
ners with a fish fry at the park on
June 30, close of the contest.
Workers
NEWS OUR FATHERS READ
C. Edward Bender has been hired
as principal of the high school for
the coming year.
Roscoe Blakesley left for camp
with the Hancock county selects. Jay
Mumma is in Camp Perry and Luther
Blunk returned from Camp
on
FROM ISSUE IOF AUGUST 1, 1918
Jackson,
at War-
Doris Bogart is employed
ren, Pa.
Walter Sweet, a former
boy, and his wife now in the vaude
ville circuit gave a program at
Star Theater, Tuesday night.
Hand Tuesday
The following club members were
on hand Tuesday to help with the
clean-up program: Charles Auker
man, Rex Aukerman, Edgar Root,
Ray Mumma, Wilbur Fish, Roscoe
Blakesley, Bernard Fish, Thomas
Prosser.
Beaverdam l\iiie
Loses To Harrod
Beaverdam lost an extra-inning
county league baseball game to Har
rod by a 15 to 14 score at Harrod
last Thursday. Beaverdam was lead
ing in the final inning of the regula
tion distance by three runs, but Har
rod rallied to tie the score, and
then went on to victory in the next
stanza.
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Buckeye in the second and one in the fourth.
Coach softball team
scored a 13 to 8 victory over F. C.
Russel Co., of Pandora, in a prac
tice contest on the Pandora dia
mond, Monday night.
Home runs were poled for the win
ners by Bob Weyer and Buck Green,
in pacing the eleven-hit attack un
leashed by the Coaches, who last
season played as Bluffton Sports
men.
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