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grain dry enough to
State University say this question
can be quickly and easily answered
by any farmer by making a
specialists at Ohio
All that is needed is a few
of ammonium chloride, which
obtained from any drugstore as
druggists use it in making cough
syrup. This chloride salt must be
kept in an
Following his conviction Gara
denied bail pending appeal of
case to a higher court.
the test, place a
of the salt in a
dry bottle and cork it tightly, and
The intercollegiate Y. M. C. A.
conference in session at Lake Geneva,
Indiana, last w’eek sent a protest to
Attorney-General Tom Clark on the
handling of the case of Larry Gara,
Bluffton college instructor now serv
ing a term in the federal prison for
violation of the peacetime selective
Gara, who w’as convicted in the
Federal court in Toledo on a charge
of counselling Charles Rickert, Bluff
college student, not to register for
the peacetime drafti was sentenced to
18 months in Federal prison.
College Y. M. C. A. Conference Sends
Protest On Gara Case To Washington
The following petition was
patched to Attorney-General Clark:
“We, the undersigned, are con
cerned about the imprisonment of
Professor Larry Gara of Blufftoq
College, Bluffton, Ohio, on a charge
of counselling Charles Rickert, presi
dent of the college YMCA, not to
register for the Selective Service
Act of 1948. We wish to express
grave concern over the violation of
religious and civil liberties, and the
denial of the expression of conscien
tious conviction involved in this trial.
“We are members of many Christ
ian groups on many mid-west college
and university campuses. We repre
sent a great many different attitudes
military service. However,
unite in expressing concern
The sentencing of Larry Gara
to eighteen months in prison
for counselling Charles Rick
ert not to- register, even
though Rickert had already
informed his draft board of
his intention not to register
before he ever met Professor
The' right of any person to
discuss his religious beliefs
with another, and to advise
another to follow the dictates
of his conscience.
The denial of bail to Professor
“The Toledo Blade commented
editorially on March 16, 1949, that
‘it seemed to us that a mighty nation
had gone out of its way to punish
a peace loving man.’ It seems in
credible that Mr.- Gara has been
denied bail in both the Toledo court
and the Court of Appeals in Cincin
nati, Ohio, when men guilty of serious
crimes are often allowed to be free
“If a man who merely encourages
another to be true to his conscience
in relation to conscription is guilty
of breaking the law and subject to
imprisonment, then religious liberty
is a dead letter in this country.
“We shall be profoundly interested
in the outcome of this appeal of Lar
ry Gara, and we earnestly petition
your support concerning the above
three points in order that justice may
be secured to preserve the American
concepts of civil rights and religious
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON OHIO
Test Determines If
Grain Is Ready For Combine
take it to the field. Shell out a
handful of kernels from a head of
grain and fill the bottle about two
thirds full, and cork again.
Shake the bottle 50 times, or for
about half a minute, and watch
the ammonium chloride.
If it still runs freely after the
shaking, the grain is dry enough
to harvest with a combine.
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1 Ford Ferguson Tractor
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1 David Bradley 7 foot
1 McCormick-Deering 6 ft.
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Open Saturday evenings
Bluffton phone 260-W
105 E. Elm St.
If the salt sticks to the side
the bottle, the grain will spoil in
storage if harvested. To make the
test on soy beans, cut the beans in
half with a knife before putting
them in the bottle.
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. James and
sons Ronald and Victor of Columbus
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz
and daughter Sharon were Siunday
evening supper guests of
Mrs. Earl Matter and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bixler
Bend, Ind., were week end guests at
the Amos Gerber home. Sunday
dinner guests was Mrs. Frank Burk
holder. Evening callers were Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Lugibill and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burkholder
and daughter Judy and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gerber and family.
Mrs. Chas. Sharp and son
Norwalk were week end
the Amos and Weldon
Past week callers at
Gratz and Richard Core
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. Core of Mansfield and
of Lima, Mr.
Anna Core of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz spent
last Thursday and Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Lakeview.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hochstettler and
family of Allen
the Earl Matter
Park, Mich., were
supper guests at
James Kolvas and
Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Danville, Ill. and
Ruth Kolvas of Toledo were
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Amstutz and son Harold.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin
entertained at supper Friday even
ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hilty of Arcadia, Calif., who were
visiting there a few days, the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of
Lima, Mr .and Mrs. Carey Niswand
er, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty and
Mrs. Mabel Hilty. Mr. and Mrs.
Strahm were evening callers.
were last Wednesday dinner
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Amstutz, Mrs. James
daughter Miss Ruth
and family of Cairo.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
family and Ernest Gratz
other letter de
Wm. Amstutz and
Janies Kolvas and
Ruth Kolvas spent
evening with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.
son Harold, Mrs.
daughter, Miss 1
and Mrs. Wm.
sons. Ice cream
learn of the death
Wingate who passed away last Fri
day in Lima Memorial hospital. Mr.
and Mrs. Wingate were former own
ers of Swiss Inn and she was also
a member of Richland Grange.
of meat are Prime,
such as A, AA, or
signations, are not
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In Home Ceremony
A pretty home wedding was the
setting for the marriage of Miss
Bonnie Marie Wertenberger, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Wertenberger, Arlington, to Mr.
Melvin Ray Nusbaum, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Nusbaum, of Bluff
ton, which took place in the home
of the bride’s parent s at 2:30
o’clock Sunday afternoon, June 26.
Rev. Carl Linder, pastor of Good
Hope Lutheran church, officiated at
the double ring ceremony in the
presence of the immediate families
and friends of the couple. The
home was decorated with garden
Mrs. Samuel Fowler, Ft. Wayne,
cousin of the groom, played the fol
lowing nuptial music, “Because,” “Oh
Promise Me,” “I Love You Truly,"
and Lohengrin’s Bridal Chorus.
Dr. Fowler, the soloist sang "Al
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a pink taffeta street
length dress. Her fingertip veil fell
from a tiara of pink bows and white
jewelry included a double strand of
pearls and gold bracelet, which her
mother wore at her wedding forty
Mrs. Robert Diller, Bluffton, a
sister of the groom, was the matron
of honor. She was attired in a
green taffeta dress and her corsage
was of yellow carnations. Miss
Edith Nusbaum, also sister of the
groom, was bridesmaid. She wore
a blue taffeta dress and a corsage of
Little Jane Ann Gillespie, Arling
ton, cousin of the bride, was the
flower girl. She wore a pink frock
trimmed in lace. Ring bearers were
Jo Ann and Kay Wertenberger,
Dunkirk, nieces of the bride. They
wore yellow pinafores. Robert Dil
ler, of Bluffton, served as best man
for the groom.
Following the wedding a reception
was held for 50 guests. A three
tiered wedding cake, topped by a
miniature bride and groom and dec
orated with yellow and pink roses, I
centered the table. Assisting in the
serving were Mrs. Raymond Porter,
Misses Jane and June Cramer and
Mrs. Halle Turnbell, of Arlington
and Mrs. Orlin Wertenberger of
The couple took a trip to Jackson,
Michigan, and are now making
their home with the bride’s parents.
The bride is a graduate of Ar
lington high school and is employed
at the National Automotive Fibres,
Findlay. The groom is a graduate
of Mt. Cory high school and is a
veteran of three years service in
the army. He is employed by the
Nickel Plate railroad at Bluffton.
In the Common Pleas Court of
Allen County, Ohio.
Case No. 38908
Enos P. Steiner. Plaintiff.
Mary E. Sommers, et al., Defendants.
The defendants, Mary E. Sommers. 2308
East 6th Street. Spokane. Washington. Noah
N. Steiner, Tuleta. Bee County. Texas, Harold
M. Steiner, Flora Dale. Pennsylvania, Loren
F. Steiner. 14l| St. Clair Street. Vincennes,
Indiana, Anna" E. Steiner, an incompetent
person. State Hospital North, Orofino, Idaho,
and Dr. E. L, Berry. Superintendent of the
State Hospital North. Orofino, Idaho, the
person having/ the custody of the Defendant,
Anna E. Sterner, will take notice that on
the 6th day of May, 1949, the plaintiff, Enos
P. Steiner, filed his petition against them in
the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County.
Ohio, the sar ie being Case No. 38908 in said
Court, for th
in said petit on described, to-wit:
"Inlot num ie
five (275) ir
Partition of certain real estate
ed Two Hundred Seventy
the J. M. Eaton’s Sixth
the Village of Bluffton,
of court for
and for oth
fendants are e
on the 30th a
will be taker
said petition is for an order
partition of said real estate
equitable relief. Said de
tuned to answer said petition
of July. 1949, or judgment
os P. Steiner,
o But well
•wight C. Murray
hn K. Romey,
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