THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1949
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Mr. and Mrs. Warren Parmenter
of Lima were Saturday evening
guests in the Harold Marshal! home.
Mrs. S. F. Marson of Lima was
a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Mayberry Monday and Tuesday
of last week.
A family dinner, with about forty
members of the immediate family
attendance, was held in the home of
Mr. Amos Neuenschwander and son
Isaac and family last Sunday. The
Rev. and Mrs. John Neuenschwander
of Poplar Bluff, Iowa were among
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett and
two children of Wooster were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall for
over the Fourth.
Word was received here last yeek
that the Rev. Leonard McIntire has
accepted the call to the pastorate
of the Bluffton-Rockport congrega
tions and will assume his duties
here about September 1. During
the interim the Rev. William Rex of
Tiffin will serve as guest minister.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mayberry
of Columbus spent their Fourth of
July vacation with the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy May
Richard Cupp of Columbus and
his friend William Hamilton of
Wichita, Kan., Mr. Roscoe Aiderman
of Warren, Mrs. William Risser and
Mr. and Mrs. William Cupp and
son Kenneth were Sunday dinner
guests of Mrs. Walter Cupn and
Mrs. Roscoe Aiderman and two
The July meeting of the Presby
terian missionary society will be
held with Mrs. John Burkholder in
stead of Mrs. Alvin Dunlap as ap
pears in the programs. The pro
gram consists of Devotions, Mrs.
Herbert Marshall Medical Missions,
“He Healed Them All,” Miss Edythe
Cupp Year Book of Prayer, Mrs.
Walter Cupp. The Summer Offering
will be taken which goes to support
Miss Joan Mayberry spent Thurs
day visiting Camp Pittinger, Mc
Cutchensville, where the Y-Teens
from Columbus Grove high school
attended a conference the past week.
Colt crop in 1948 was only 200,000
head, the smallest in more than a
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Oats bugs are common ground for
conversation. They have been bad
for two weeks and seemingly thrive
these hot days. And has it been
Mr. and Mrs. George Teske and
daughter Rita of Cleveland, were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Hilty over the Fourth. Mr.
George Teske, Jr., their son, is man
ager of the Pandora airport.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Rader and
son Blaine, of Monroe, Mich., were
here to attend the wedding of their
niece Miss Mary Ann Bridenbaugh
to James Neu Saturday evening.
Mrs. Irvin Hilty entertained the
Bridenbaugh-Neu guests, 22 in all,
after their wedding rehearsal Fri
day evening at lunch. Mrs. Neu is
a niece of Mrs. Hilty.
The St. John church people held
a picnic at sheltr house at the park
on the Fourth of July.
Miss Alice Claussen, R. N., of
Wichita, Kansas, flew to Ohio from
that city to attend the wedding of
her two cousins, Miss Mary Ann
Bridenbaugh, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Bridenbaugh to James
Neu of Columbus Grove at St. John
church on Saturday evening, and
that of Miss Marjorie Gratz, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Gratz,
east of Pandora, to Roger Diller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Diller
who live north of Pandora, at St.
John church on Tuesday evening.
The marriages of both young ladies
was performed by their Uncle Rev.
John Niswander of Poplar Bluffs,
Miss Carolyn Krohn recently
passed the state board at Indian
apolis, Ind., and now wears the
title to a full fledged R. N. Miss
Krohn took training at the Lutheran
hospital at Ft. Wayne.
Miss Ellen Risser, who has charge
of a unit of Girl Scouts of high
school age at Camp Libbey near De
fiance, was home a few hours Sun
Rev. John Niswander, Mrs. Nis
wander and their daughter of Pop
lar Bluff, Mo., visited their many
relatives in this community between
the weddings of their two nieces,
one on Saturday evening and one
A lunch was served at the Earl
Diller home Sunday evening to the
wedding party of Miss Marjory
Gratz and their son Earl Diller
after the rehearsal at the church
for the wedding proper at St. John
church Tuesday evening.
Wheat combining is now on in full
Quite a few raspberries in spite
of the dry hot weather.
Mrs. Magdalena Corson Wilson
returned to Dayton Tuesday after
a ten days’ visit at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Wilson vis
ited their mother Mrs. Wilson here
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lape of
Bluffton were afternoon callers.
Carlton Wilson will be located as
an architect at Richmond, Ind., un
der the architectural firm of Work
ing & Son.
At this writing Mrs. Noah Schu
macher is seriously ill at her home.
Both Mr. Chris Hilty and Mr.
Noah Bixel are ill at Bluffton hos
Mac McCollough recently had his
residence resided and part of the
front porch screened in. It looks
very nice and comfortable, too.
C. D. Steiner received a copy of
the Golden Anniversary of “The Cit
izen” published by Albert Christian
Schumacher at Berea, Madison Co.,
Kentucky. Mr. Schumacher, a form
er Pandorite, has been its editor
The paper, enlarged for its 50th
anniversary, came in several sec
tions and made very interesting
reading especially the write-up of
the editor and his family.
The historical section devoted to
the establishment of Berea College
“The excitement of the olden time
commencements and the tension of
the midnight watches when mobs
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were riding before the War Be
tween the States” makes fascinating
and thrilling reading.
The author of the “Story of Be
rea College” tells of John G. Fee,
son of a slave holder who left his
father’s home to become a minister
of the gospel and to fight for the
freedom of all slaves
His wfe Matilda accompanied her
husband on every dangeYous mis
sion and raised her family in the
wilderness, for such was the coun
try surrounding Berea at that early
Dean Lambert, author of the his
tory surrounding Berea from its
earliest days to present time, lived
at Berea and was active in college
and on campus until he left Berea
to become secretary to Hon. Francis
Case of South Dakota, and is tak
ing a course in law at George Wash
ington University in Washington,
Vegetable crop experiments will
be reviewed at the Washington
County experiment farm field day,
July 8. I
THE STATE OF OBIO)
Allen County, tJ
Estate of Fred (Frederick) John Stauffer,
Russell L. Stauffer of 215 E. College Ave..
Ada. Ohio, has heel appointed and qualified
as Administrator oflthe estate of Fred (Fred
erick) John Stauffir late of Allen County,
Ohio, deceased. I
Dated this Sth difv of June. 1949.
RAYMOND P. SMITH
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