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PAGE TWO
D. C. BIXEL. 0. D.
GORDON BIXE^, O. D.
122 South Main St., I Bluffton
EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS
Office Hour*: 9:00 A. Ml—5:30 P. M.
Open Evening* Wed. & Sa*. 7:00 to 8:00
Cloved Thursday Afternoon.
AMBULANCE
PHONE
160-W
Miss Joan Burkholder
Bride Of James Dailey
AT THE BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME, the char
acter of the service is in no
way related to the cost.
PRICED
The LOWEST
SERVICE receives the same
attention as the HIGHEST
and is attended with exactly
the same measure of consid
eration and respect.
BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME
BLUFFTON. OHIO
“iocfa/i
-AlYour
R)RD 1%alers
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
Authorized Ford Sales & Service
131 Cherry St. Bluffton, Ohio Phone 172-W
•He Won the
George Kell (right), top Tiger hitter
for the month of June, presents the keys
to a brand new ’49 Ford to Mr. Harold
M. Wilson, 1420 Sudbury Court, Wil
low Run Village, Michigan.
Mr. Wilson won the Ford Dealers’ Base*
ball Contest by correctly naming George
Kell and Pat Mullin as the two Detroit
Tiger players who had the highest bat
ting averages for games played during
June—and for making the best estimate
of their June batting averages.
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
131 Cherry Street Phone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio
home
o’clock,
was
’s mother at 2
C. Burkholder
riagc to James
Miss Joan
united in mat
Rev. Paul E. Whitmer
erformed
the ceremonv in the nresence of the
diate families,
with green*
av
adorrled
The bride is the
11 n he home
lantrhfp of Mrs.
Martha Burkholder and he bride
groorn’s parents ar e Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Dailey, all of Bluffton.
The bride's suit was of light
weight summer beige and Iler acces
sorie 3 were white. She wore a cor
sage of Talisman roses and her only
ornament was a sti•ing of pearls.
Mi s. Paul Reichenbach, who was
her sister’s only attendant, wore a
street length dress of grey with
white accessories. Her flowers were
red roses.
Paul Reichenbach attended the
groom as best man. Both wore white
carnation boutonnieres
A receiption for the immediate
families was held in the home after
the ceremony where the traditional
wedding cake centered the bride’s
table.
When the couple left for a trip
south through the Smoky moun
tains, the bride was attired in a
grey print dress with white acces
sories.
On their return Mr. and Mrs.
Dailey will be at home with the
bridegroom’s parents until the com
pletion of their home.
The bride is employed at the Trip
lett Co. office and the groom is
with. Clevenger Bros, of Lima.
In Memoriam
In memory of our dear daughter
Gladys and mother of Bernadine,
who passed away three years ago,
July 24, 194G:
This date recalls sad memories
Seems twice as long to us
Only God knows how we miss you
You meant so much to us.
Tho’ your smile is gone forever
And your face we cannot touch
We still have sweet memories
Of you, we loved so much.
Sadly missed by
Mother and Father,
Mr. and Mrs. John Garlinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Van Vlack
and Grandchildren.
Receives Word Of
Relatives9s Death
Roland Flythe of North Spring
street received woril of the death
of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Eva Flythe
of Laurel Hill, North Carolina, who
died Friday morning following a
long illness.
Surviving are a son, Dr. Wm.
Flythe, High Point, N. C., and two
‘daughters Mrs. James Dula of Le
noiar, N. C., and Miss Elizabeth
Flythe at home in Laurel Hill. Also
surviving are four grandchildren.
Ohio farmers are expected to
harvest 58 million bushels of wheat
this year. That’s the biggest harvest
on record.
It requires more pounds of feed
to produce a pound of gain when
raising chickens to the heavier
weights.
Baseball
Contest
More than 25,000 Tiger fans partici
pated in the contest. Contest judges
were: Bob Murphy, Sports Editor,
Detroit Times Lyall Smith, Sports
Fditor. Detroit Free Press and Sam
Greene, Detroit News Sports Columnist.
& in your fi/fure
\_____
Completes Twenty
Years Of Service
Agency department of the North
western Mutual Life
Insurance
company, Milwaukee, seiit a gold 20
year service pin to Elmt
V. Gettys,
general agent, Toledo, which was
presented to Clarence D. Diller, local
insurance salesman at annivers
ary luncheon last Wedn*
Phoenix hotel, Findlay.
-sday at the
Mr. Diller also receive 1 a beautiful
picnic set from his fellow agents of
Northwestern Ohio. During the 20
year period he qualified for the 4
Life per month club 128 times and
personally wrote over 1500 policies
for approximately $4,000,000 of In
surance. He qualified 3 times for
the Marathon club and in 1947 was
one of the 5 Topnotchers in the
nation in a Pacemaker’s event. Also
in 1949 he qualified for the National
Quality award.
Mr. and Mrs. Diller will attend
the annual agent’s meeting in Mil
waukee next week and return via
Interlochen, Mich., to visit their
daughter, Ruth Irene, who is attenn
ing the National Music camp this
summer.
Rockport
The Farm and Home Advisory
council will meet in th‘ home of Mr.
and Mrs. Don Huffman, Wednesday
evening of next week.
Richard Cupp of Columbus and
Clay Cupp of Huntsville spent Sun
day in the home of Mrs. Walter
Cupp.
Mi-, and Mrs. Guy Mayberry
motored to Wooster, Monday, to get
their daughter Joan and Beverly
Sheidemantle and Joan Cievidence of
Columbus Grove who were in attend
ance at the Young People’s Presby
terian conference the past week.
Mrs. Emma Deets of Virginia was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cupp
and daughter Edythe the first of the
week and visited other relatives and
friends in the community.
Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Marshall plan
to leave the lattei' part of July for
a visit with Mr .and Mrs. Alvin
Whisler in Oceanside, Calif., visiting
points of interest enroute.
Mrs. Walter Cupp and Mrs. Roscoe
Aiderman and children of Warren
spent Saturday evening with Mrs.
Orlo Marshall and her guests Mrs.
Lysle Cahill and daughter Lynne of
Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mayberry
of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam J. Porter of Marysville were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Maybqjry. Mrs. Frank
Mason who has ben a guest of her
daughter Mrs. Mayberry for several
months returned home with the
Porters where she will spend several
weeks.
Miss Frances Ball, assistant per
sonnel secretary of the Board of
National Missions, New York City, is
expected here this week as a guest
of Miss Edythe Cupp. Both were
teachers at Wasatch Academy, Mt.
Pleasant, Utah several years ago and
July 24 will go to White Pine Park
near Mt. Sterling, Ill., where they
will join a group of seven other
workers from Wasatch, for a re
union.
Communion service will be held at
the Presbyterian church, Sunday
morning under the leadership of the
Rev. William Rex guest minister
Extra
Trousers
for only
& 5'
Order your Taylor-Made
to-Measure suit from more
than 200 Special Sale
Fabrics and get an extra
pair of trousers for
$3
Only
This offer good only for
suits ordered in July.
GEIGER&DILLER
Out litters to Particular
Men and Young Men
from Tiffin. All members are
cordially invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green of
Lima spent several days the first of
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Freet.
The Rural Neighbors Farm Bureau
Council met in tho home of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Johnson Thursday
evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gratz left
Wednesday for a trip to California
via the northern route and plan to
visit with Miss Eunice Trumbo at
Council, Idaho enroute.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Cahill returned
to their home in Cleveland, Monday
after spending the week end wffh
Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Marshall. Their
daughter Lynne remained for a visit
with her grandparents.
Mrs. Eli Haitman, Mrs. Ethel
Magee, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Soash,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cahill, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen McCluer and daughter
Donna Mac all of Bluffton spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Orlo Marshall and their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Lysle Cahill and daughter
Lynne of Cleveland.
News Want Ads Bring Results.
WHO PAYS
when live stock
strays?
Damage done by live stock
when they break through
fences or find an open gate
can be serious. Accidents they
cause on a highway may kill
or injure a whole car load of
people. The animals them
selves are often killed. Your
neighbor’s crops may be badly
damaged. Are you prepared
to pay those damages? We
write insurance at low rates
to protect your pocketbook in
cases like that. It even pays
for stock killed in highway ac
cidents.
Let us tell you more about it.
Diller Insurance Agency
“Diller’s Policies Pay”
Clarence D. Diller, Agent
Phone 239-W
125 N. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1949
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