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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1949
Mrs. Harold Balmer and three
children of South Jackson street are
visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Mullett at Winona Lake, Ind.
Mrs. Ralph Stearns spent several
days last week in Toledo with her
mother, Mrs. A. B. Castanien and
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Carbin.
wide. Bevel siding, win
GARMATTER LUMBER CO.
Now in stock the following building materials—
Yellow Pine No. 2B and Better
1x4, 1x6, 1x8, 1 10, 1 12
2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2 10
Asphalt Roofing 3 ir
Roofing, Asbestos Roofii
White pine barn sid
Millwork a
Yard at West Elm Street, Bluffton
Pholie 501-T
Announcing-
The opening of Bi
Market in the Cha
107 S Main St ret
berger Bros. 1
Bridenbaugh’s Meat Market
107 S. Main Street Bluffton
“Buy It Baked”
Fresh From Our Ovens Daily
Everything For Your Picnic
Miss Meredith Ann Schumacher ol
Canby, Oregon is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Peter Gratz.
Ice cream social at St. John’s
Reformed church lawn, Saturday,
July 30 at 5:30 p. m. Homemade
ice cream, cake, pie, chicken sand
wiches, cold drinks. Come early.
1 Shingle, Roll Roofing, Built-up
g. Ply Wood, Flooring.
ing l-’s inch by 4 to 24 inches
lows, doors and screens.
rid Cabinet Work
idenbaugh's Meat
nberlain building
t, next to Ellen
electric Shop.
Complete line of Fresh and Salt
Meats, Luncheon Meats, Etc.
Try our meats and our service.
Let us bake that Special Cake, i
We Specialize in 0/
Decorated Cakes
Baked and Decorated to Your Order.
Saturday Pie Orders Taken Until Noon.
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tiaucnstein's Bakery
“Fine Baked Good^’
Phone 298-W Bluffton, O.
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The Citizens National bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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THE BLLFFTON NEWS
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Blutfton, Ohio,
by th^Bluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.50
six months, $1.50 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Blaffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Band practice at the high school,
Friday at 7:30 p. m.
Silas Diller and Mrs. W. O. Geiger
visited their brother Paul Diller at
Piqua, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Everett visited
Sunday with Mrs. Lydia Badertscher
and Milton Badertscher.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gratz living
west of Bluffton left Wednesday for
a two months’ trip to California and
other western states.
Those wishing to help address
cards for the Black school reunion
will meet at the home of Miss Fern
Koch next Tuesday afternoon.
Judith Ann, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Harkness of East Kib
ler street underwent a tonsillectomy
at Lima Memorial hospital, Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Trippiehorn of Detroit
is spending several weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Emil Kern and Mrs. Caro
line Matter and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaaf and
daughter Sally of Manchester, Mich.,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Schnegg of East College ave.
Miss Sarah Amstutz, Mrs. Harvey
W ilch and daughter Gene were dinner
guests of Mrs. Joel Amstutz and
Kathryn Amstutz of Pandora, Thurs
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bloom of Gar
retsville, Ohio, are visiting friends in
Bluffton and vicinity. The Bloom
family formerly lived in Orange
township.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lora of I
Rowling Green were week end guests
of Mrs. Lydia Lora and Miss Clara
Lora. Mrs. Lora is spending the
week here.
Mr. and Mrs. Marden Basinger and
daughters and Mrs. P. D. Geiger are
spending several days visiting Mrs.
Geiger’s son Leslie Geiger and family
of Cleveland.
Ice cream social at St. John’s
Reformed church lawn, Saturday,
July 30 at 5:30 p. m. Homemade
ice cream, cake, pie, chicken sand
wiches, cold drinks. Come early.
Mrs. A. B. Castanien of Toledo and
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Moore and daugh
ter Deborah of Chicago are spending
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Stearns of Spring street.
Mrs. S. F. Nonnamaker of Spring
street returned Saturday after a two
weeks visit with her son in law and
daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Richard
Mumma and family of Newburgh,
N. Y.
Andrew Stauffer of Chicago and
son Royce Stauffer of California
spent several days here visiting at
the home of Mrs. Corda Oehrli of
Poplar street and also in Orange
township.
Miss Dora Kirchhofer, Mrs. Laura
Gratz and Miss Meredith Ann Schu
macher motored to Canton, Thursday
to visit the latter’s grandmother. En
route home Meredith Ann stopped off
for a longer visit wit hother rela
tives near Dalton.
Mrs. Irvin Long of Garau street
is spending the week in Canton the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kohl
meier and Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Miller. The Kohlmeiers will cele
brate their 50th wedding annivers
ary, Friday.
Supper guests Saturday evening
at the home of Mrs. Lydia Lora and
Miss Lora were: Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Cooper and daughter
Barbara Ann and son Bobby of
Sacramento, Calif. Miss Viola Bad
ertscher of Ft. Wayne.
Ice cream social at Richland
grange south of Bluffton, Thursday
H-night. Suppera 6 p. m.
David Kliewer of Boston, former
Bluffton resident, spent Sunday visit
ing here and was a dinner guest at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Alt
haus and family. He stopped here en
route to Oregon where he will visit
his parents, Rev. and Mrs. P. A.
Kliewer. Rev. Kliewer was formerly
pastor of the Ebenezer Mennonite
church west of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Lanham
and family will move the middle of
next week from the Leland Sechler
property on South Jackson street to
Ashtabula. Mr. Lanham, former
superintendent of the Bluffton schools
resigned his position here to become
head of the schools of Ashtabula
Harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gable enter
tained as their weekend guests: Mr.'
and Mrs. George Gable, Tipton,
Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gable
and daughter Mary Louise of
Wichita, Kansas Albert Myers, Mt.
Cory Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bach,
Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Meyers
and children, Findlay Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Gable and family and Mrs.
Ray Campbell and daughter Raelene.
Ice cream social sponsored by the
Band Mothers on Presbyterian
church lawn, Saturday night, July 23
starting at 6:30 p. m. Chicken sand
wiches, ice cream, cake and pop will
be served. Also band concert by
the Bluffton High school band direct
ed by Miss Janet Bigler. Proceeds
to be used for buying additional
uniforms.
Mrs. Lenore Myers and a party of
friends are on a motor trip to Yel-
supper i
devotions
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
Club jQodgei
and zoc let lei
Share-A-Talent Club
Meeting at the home oi
Evelyn Henry this Wednesday
County Men’s Garden Chib
Meeting at Agricultui
Lima postoffice building i
day night
“Death to
display at
23 to 27.
Progressive Mothers Chib
Meets with Treva Dillman next
Tuesday night. Helen Anderson will
conduct devolionals and the
is in charge of Lavonne
Bernice Deerhake and
Basinger.
Richland Grange
The following program
arranged for next Tuesd,
meeting: Roll call, If I
time what would 1 do
Engagement Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Kayin.,
of Cairo announce the
of their only daught
Chauncev Basinger, s,
Mrs. Millard Basinger
No date has been set
ding. Miss Anderson is
Lima Memorial hospit
Basinger is engaged in
Kitchen Shower
Honoring Miss Jam
Sherwood
shower was
residence
elect of
kitchen
Hankish
evening.
program
Caawfis,
Gertrude
... night’s
had more
Educational
and Agricultural Talks Vocal duet
Cute Baby Stunt Contest.
Busy Bee 4-11 Club
Meeting next Tuesday
in the G. R. room with
home demonstration agen
Winner
Hi-C Chib.
held at
Mondav
Pandora-Bluffton
Joint meeting
park, Findlay,
picnic
and
Mr and
1 and Mr.
farming.
Bigler, bride
Burkholder, a
given at the
ast Thursday
was spent in
The evenin
and games and the bride­
elect received many beautiful gifts.
Present were Mesdames John Wil
liams, Arthur Warren, James Ben
ixith, James West, Edwin Rice, Gene
Firestone, Robt. Motter. Alvin Burk
holder, Henry Hilty, Chas. Hankish,
Sr., and Geo. Hallett.
Misses Anna Burkholder, Ruth,
Geneva and Janice Hankish and th**
hostesses Mrs. Robert Ewing and
Miss Theda Hankish.
Regrets were
Roland
Harold Young.
Zeller.
Fritsch.
sent by Mesdames
Bixler, Norman Triplett,
Peter Muller, Dale
Edw. Schumacher and Paul
Honor Bride-elect
A luncheon honoring Miss Janet
Bigler, a coming bride was given at
the A. D. Gratz residence, Saturday
by Mrs .Robert Motter of Lima.
Invited were: Miss Bigler, Miss
Theda Hankish, Mrs. Robt. Ewing,
Mrs. A. D. Gratz, Mrs. N. A. Trip
lett, Bluffton Mrs. R. Bixler, New
Haven, Conn. Mrs. D. S. Gratz,
Souderton, Pa. Mrs. John Williams,
Bellevue Mrs. E. E. Firestone,
Lima Mrs. Racine Warren, Kenton
Mrs. Don Wenger, Mission,
Mrs. Dwight Diller, Logan
Chas. Beardsley, Philadelphia
Lucille Hilty, Bowling Green.
Surprise Shower
Gills of the hospital held a
prise shower for Mrs. Bernice
merman Collert at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Andrew Hochstettler, at
which many beautiful gifts were
sur
Zim-
Present were: Clara Lora, Marie
Kennel, Marcene Ransbottom, Janice
Hoffman, Dorothy and Celesta Am
stutz, Sylvia Biederman, Hilda Bixel,
Lillian...........................
Harriett
Lucille
Dorothy
Idonna
Mrs. Collert,
Stettler and
Wanda.
Eleanor Strato
Wiess,
Lugibill,
Freda
Betty
and Ellen Johns
Ella Dillman,
Miriam Bixel,
Imogene Wenger,
Reichenbach,
A mstutz,
Bauman
Rebecca Kimmel,
guest
Hoch
and
Balmer
Huber, the honored
and hostess, Mrs.
daughters June
Betty Zimnierly,
Marcella Basinger
Sommer,
Bethesda Societies
Julv meeting of Bethesda church
W. S. W
was held at th home of Mrs. Verna
afternoon,
led by Mrs. N. M.
s were: Building for
and I, God
es Bible
Pifer last Wednesday
Devotions wen
Hiestand. Top
Eternity, My Bibl
the Little Chun
Prayer for Missionaries,
Beagle.
To Attend Showing
Of New Auto Model
Ed Miller, local Buick dealer, will
be in Detroit, Frida/, to attend a
preview of the new Buick Special
model to be introduced to the public
next month. The Special is Buick’s
lowest priced model and is reported
to be completely redesigned.
Diller ambulance removals—Mrs.
Kenneth Steiner from Lima Me
morial hospital to west of Bluffton:
Mrs^ Robt. Goeminne and infant son
of Findlay from Bluffton hospital to
the Harry Steinman home in Mt.
Cory W. J. Thornton, New Lebanon,
John .Brown and Grant Witham,
Dayton, from Beaverdam to Bluffton
hospital.
WANT-ADS
ceinetery monume
of I all kinds pri,
Bilel, 409 S. Main
LL
film
Weeds” and “Trc
Also discussion
Allen County Fai
ff club
August
AMAZED at
autc
beauty of
with Fina
Furniture repairing and upholster
ing of all kinds. Make your old
furnishings look like new at a worth
while saving. Estimates without
obligation. Murray Upholstering
shop, Thurman St., Bluffton phone.
Use Dowklor 40% (chlordane) wet
table for chinch bugs and grasshop
pers. For quack, Bermuda and John
son grasses use Dupont 60G sodium
T. C. A. weed killer. Kill ants, roach
es. spiders, fleas and other insects
with Dowklor 5rr dust. Herr’s
Flowers & Seeds, 123 S. Lawn Ave.
The Amstutz cannery will operate
Tuesday and Friday of each
until further notice.
Up to 24 weeks to pay for
new Hotpoint Refrigerator
your selection today
Ellenberger Bros.
229.‘J5 and up.
New—Marlate that
methoxychlor, insect control for dairy
farms and cattle. Should be used
where DDT is not recommended.
Made by Du Pont. Has an exception
al safety value, quick-acting, long
lasting insecticide. Three weeks or
longer on cattle, two months on build
ings. Fett’s hardware. 16
For immediate delivery—New
ton Ford F-l
ton F-2
pickup also new Ford
pickup. Bixel Motor
linoleum rugs left
Ellenberger
Only three
were $9.50, now $7.50.
Bros.
Mrs.
Miss
Dunlap tires at Vermillion Body
shop. 21
Wanted—Ironings. Mrs. Dale
Scoles, 327 Cherry street.
Wanted—End ugly, unsightly
Warts, easy & quickly. Ask us
about C-W-C. Sidney’s Drug Shop.
Wanted—Painting and papering.
We save you money. White
paint $4.60 gallon red barn
$2.75 gallon. Free estimates,
man Bros., 141 N. Main St.
Wanted—Saw filing. Leave
at Greding hardware or Ray
enbach.
Insulate
certified
wool for
Balmer,
S. Main
sent by Alice Lewis,
n, Helen Warner,
Sophia Augsburger,
sale—1947
i sedan, radio
Inquire 126
sale—Limited
variety seed
For
clean.
For
Philip and Herm:
Only two child
at $12.95. Ellenbt
S. societies
For sale—Cider
Augsburger Fruit
of town.
Quiz
Will
Mrs.
Bluffton Garden Club
Picnic at Arlington State park,
Friday at 5 p. m. Food furnished
by hostess. Bring your table service.
Those desiring transportation
Mrs. Holtkamp, phone 407-W.
For sale—Fres
variety of color
Aldine
For
Miller,
For
pies good cider v
phone 539-T.
house
paint
Duff
tf.
orders
Reich
18
with an Eagle-Picher
insulation job with mineral
year around comfort. James
sales representative, 12312
St. Bluffton phone 309-Y.
Mercury 4-door
and heater, very
S. Main St.
amount k»f /lew
whe /wjiftiires
or ful^pjYiduction.
nt
Hilty.
Mercury wagons
vinegar 35c gallon,
farm, 2 miles south
tf.
i cut gladioli,
very attractive.
Wiess, 121
sale—New
Bluffton
sale—Earl]
15
Riley St.
potatoes.
|pne.
transparent ap
negar. W. G. Carr,
lb
adios FM and AM,
$49.95 and up.
Our new G. E.
are arriving dail
Ellenberger Bros.
Arthur
14
3 lb., fryers, 25c
For sale—2*2
lb. No dressing, enneth Bracy, 269
S. Lawn Ave. Phot
395-T.
■op oil stove. Mrs.
I 381-W.
1937 Chevrolet
frain bed. Phone
For sale—Table
Reva Miller, phon
For sale—Good
LWB truck with
$25 to $35 trad
washing machine
point and Thor w
other scenic
lowstone park and
points in the west.
Mr. and Mrs. James
grandson Richard of
visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and other relatives.
Scheldt and
Toledo are
Amos Suter
l-in on your old
our new Hot
liers. Ellenberger
idsmobile, clean,
$d to sell. Ralph
For sale—1940
good condition, pri
Motter, 3 miles north of Rt. 103 on
Jenera road. Jenerai phone 76-F-22.
For sale—2 large doors with glass,
12 by 14 opening, ®n be used for
implement* shed or garage. Chas.
Young, phone 21
with built-in
W.I
5-burner oil stove
n, rood condition
W anted—Clean,
Appraise Estate Of
Beaverdam Woman
Tab!
217-W
For
Phone 539-T.
Wanted to buy
for parts and junk,
shop.
For
royal
man.
tf.
rees.
Ez-Flo 10Z-3A
Tomatoes, Pota
D.
Gardeners: Use
Dust for Cucurbits,
toes and other D.
crops. Velvetgeren,
food, for all growing crops, be
vegetable, flower, fruit, shrubs and
ornamental trees in 5, 10,
100 lb. hags. Cow and Sheep Ma
nure Bone Meal Peat Moss Fumo
gen an animal repellant Special
Rose Food 5r4 and 50% D. D. T.
Use Adco, for Compost, an organic
plant food, which turns clippings and
waste into wealth.
suite
Kent
T. Sensative
5-10-5 plant
it
any make of
in our store.
Bring them in and
Shoes repaired.
have Shirley Nonnamaker fix them
for you. All work guaranteed. Mur
ray Upholstering shop, Thurman St.
Bluffton phone.
y. David
Bluffton.
-Rendered hon
miles north of
?ars to salvage
Vermillion Body
21
sale—Kelvlnator elect ric stove
ft. FrigidaBe refrigerator and
blue tilt-back chair and otto
All items are less than three
old. Jim Moser, 228 \V. Col
ivenue, after 4 p. m.
For sale—Rug 9 by 12.
426-W.
Phone
$10 tr:ide-in allowance on
lawn nlower on our new
Ellenberger Bros.
le—Modern seven room
with full basement and fur-
nowers.
your
make
hous£
Large lot with nice fruit
Ralph Patterson, 108 Riley St.
sale—9 piefe oak dining room
very fine, priced right, Mrs.
Ilauenstein, 363 S. Jackson St.
218-W.
sale—Hawthorn boy
Althaus, 6 n
10. He
town.
White
and
Herr’s Flowers &
tf
iron
$3 trade-in on
any new iron
for only $12.95. Ellenberger Bros.
For sale—2 end tables, cloverleaf
design also library table. Bluffton
phone 316-W.
For sale—Single burner hot plate
also cooker and dozen pint glass
Mrs. Emma Perry, 110 S.
cans.
Lawn Av
For
tion Ivanhoe kitchen
good condition, priced for quick sale.
Basinger’s Furniture store.
sale—'
El-
Mennonite
Bluffton
14
dis-
New handbook to
bymnary now available.
College Bookstore, phone 246-Y.
Ballerina Dolls Attractive,
tinctive, decorative,
anywhere in U. S. for
Gift card furnished,
called for at 612 S.
Mrs. Robert Benroth.
7 in. tall. Mailed
75c postpaid.
50c each if
Main street.
Imone 342-Y
contains 50%
5-burner I
range,
Ivanhoe
One new 5-burner oil stove $65.
This is below our cost.
Bros.
For sale—Kalamazoo
coal kitchen range.
Mt. Cory phone 531
Ellenberger
wood and
Gideon Steiner,
For sale—2 panel interior door 2
ft. 8 in. by 6 ft. 8 in., like new,
natural finish, has not been used.
Framing, trim and hardware includ
ed very reasonable. Woodrow Little,
All aluminum combination storm
windows with self-storing aluminum
screen. James Balmer,
sentative, 12312 S. Main
phone 309-Y.
Bluffton
A big 8 cu. ft. Hotpoint refrigera
tor for only $22’.,.9'. Ellciilhrtor
Bros.
For sale—Washing machine, good
condition, reasonable. Inquire 209 N.
For sale—White or print feed
sacks. Many uses in the home. O. E.
Burchett, Bluffton, Rt. No. 1
For sale—Modern 8-room house.
Possession soon. Mrs. H. W. Althaus,
phone 453-W. F. Garretson, broker.
Wanted—Experienced w a i e s s
over 18 years of age. Apply Elk
restaurant.
For sale—Hand picked early trans
parent apples $1.50 per bushel.
Bernard Schiffke, 575 S. Main St.
For sale—Sweet corn. Aldine
Wiess, 127 Riley St.
For sale—Orders taken now for
transparent and other varieties of
early apples for canning and sauce:
also Favorite and sugar pears for
canning and spicing reasonable. E.
P. Steiner, *4 milC east of town.
For sale—Female hound pups. Jess
Yoakam, phone 523-T.
For sale—Pure cider vinegar 30c
gallon. Bring your own container.
Evan Sommer, phone 528-Y.
For sale—48 inch sink with drain
board and back, very good condition.
Phone 468-Y.
Have your car undercoated at
Vermillion Body shop. 21
Announcement
Having bought a Paint
Spray Outfit, I can save
you 50% on labor in paint
ing your house or barn.
See me for appointment
Frank Neuenscbwander
212 N. Main St.
Bluffton, Ohio.
Start
eot-
10c perpou nd. Bluffton
tf
yo»r pictoro-
makJng right With depend
able Kodak Film in the yel
low box—the I dm that gets
the picture. Then sem

the exposed rclla for expert
developing and printing.
SIDNEY’S DRUG SHOP
PAGE FTVF
TRIANGLE
POULTRY FARM
O. Burchett, Prop.
Dressed By Order
Live Weight
Dixie Hyw y. or Mt. Cory Rd.
Phone—Mt. Cory 431
Can help you get
Maximum Efficiency
Shop Machlaoe
jforofi
Housed
D/WPPIN&-
You may be using too
tight a belt. Let our experts
help you select the exact Gates
V-Belt you need.
Beaverdam Hardware Co.
Phone 221 Beaverdam, Ohio
CAR MA THEATRE
unit If in Bluffton
THURS.-FRI.-SAT.
LOIS BUTLER as
"MICKEY"
in Cinecolor
SUN.-MON.
“RED CANYON"
Ann Blyth—Howard Duff
in Technicolor
TUES.-WED.
“THE FIGHTING
O’FLYNN"
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
Helena Carter
Coining Soon: Neptune’s Daughter
Used Equipment
See what we have....
Before you buy
1 Model 47-A John Deere
Tractor with cultivator
1 Ford Ferguson Tractor
with plows and cultivator
1 David Bradley 7 foot
Power Mower
1 McCormick-Deering 6 ft.
Power Mower
BLUFFTON FARM
EQUIPMENT CO.
E. F. Schmidt. Prop.
Massey-Harris Sales & Service
Open Saturday evenings
Bluffton phone 260-W
105 E. Elm St.
'hit
Look into it
WHEN YOU buy insur
ance consider first the
quality of the company
back of y)ur policy. In
insurance quality means
safety and dependability
insurance through a
company llnown for doing
the squares thing for every
policy holder.
Leland Diller, Insurance
Phone: 295-W
113*4 S. Main Street
Bluffton

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