LOCAL AND LONG
Every Loall Insured
Francis Basinger, D. D.
Evan Basinger, D. D. S.
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $4.00 for Horses.... $4.00 for Cows
According to eize and condition.
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS. INC.
Furnace Inspection. Expert repair work on any
make of furnace. Cost based on labor and
materials ased. Phone or write today.
The Williamson Heater Companyf
"I use one of your New Williamson Tripl-ife
All-Fuel Furnaces to heat a 3-apartment house.
Now we never hear any complaints about beat
because every room has an even temperature.
The modern heating methods offered by your
company, and its advanced thinking, are cer
WILLIAMSON MOYER REFRIGERATION
W W Ntw TSIH lit Hl run. Flimct
Monthly Payments To Suit
Signed—E. R. Heisel, Ohio
This ALL-FUEL Furnace Burns Gas,
Oil, Coke or Coal
133 S. Main Phone 225-W
For the first time, Health Spot brings you a work shoe that
is also a comfort shoe. The exclusive built up heel
wedge —and curved insole mean that you can say goodby
to working foot fatigue. For full-time comfort, for
over-time wear... this rugged Health Spot shoe has no
W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store
Give? tr loyghf lasting surface that resists
hept, colch wgfef and acids. Never igets
tacky. ForSlate Composition, Gravel,
Metal and Shingle i Rpofs .Foundations,
Decks, Stack^T Bulkheads and Gutters.
Residential and Industrial Use.
BLACK, GREEN, GRAY, MAROON,
BLlflE and ALUMINUM
Applied and Sold EXCLUSIVELY By
Bluffton Cement Block, Inc.
305 E. Cherry Phone 365-W Bluffton
visited at the Davidson-Lemley home
over the week end.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lem
ley, Mrs. Lester Finley and Mrs.
Blake Marshall, the latter of Rock
port, spent Sunday with their mother
Mrs. Regina Lemley, who has been
bedfast at the home of her daughter
Mrs. Ray Shank at Portland, Ind.,
the past two years.
Mrs. Julian Kempf and Mrs. Fran
cis Kempf and three
gone to their cottage
near Russell’s Point,
rest of the summer.
wife of Noah
COT TO BE GOOD!
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Diller, newly
weds have gone to housekeeping on
the Barton Sutter farm northeast of
Pandora and known as the former
Lester Finley, of Jefferson,
Miss Caroline Krohn
from Findlay several days last week.
Mrs. Aaron Hilty, Mrs. William
Risser and Miss Lena Risser visited
Mrs. Dick Richardson at
Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Risser remained with her
at Rudolph for a visit.
Dwight Probst has the foundation
in for the house he is building in
east part of town.
Mrs. Lavina Basinger, Salt Lake
City, Utah, and Mis. Barbara
Basinger, Pandora, survive their
brother Louis Lugibihl, who recently
passed away at the home of a
nephew, Hayden Basinger southeast
of Pandora. Interment was made in
Pleasant Ridge cemetery. Rev. Ernest
Schumacher, of the
Company Store, died Tuesday of last
week. The funeral was held at the
Grace church, Friday afternoon with
interment at the
cemetery east of
husband, Mr. Noah Schumacher and
the following children survive their
mother: Glen and Harry, Miss Helen
Sun Gio Coal
The customer is always
right when he buys Sun
Gio coal. Keep in mind
that Sun Gio coal gives
you the piost heat for your
fuel dollar. Poccahontas,
Lump and stoker.
ED GOOD, Agent
121 Lawn Ave., Bluffton, 0.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON. OHIO
her cousin Rev. Albeit Huge
Groveland, HI., officiated at
the funeral at ch
The oats crop has yielded quite
well but was not filled out good,
cutting the crop down considerably.
Mr. and Mrs. inc nt McClintock
and little son of St. Petersburg, Fla.,
spent their vacation here with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Steiner and
Ruth Ann and Robert are touring
Colorado Springs, Yellowstone and
other western points.
Mrs. William Amstutz of Ann
Arbor, Mich., and Mrs. Howard Burr
and daughter of Milan, Michigan,
visited the Lennis Steiners and other
relatives here last week.
Miss Veldine Amstutz spent last
week on a lake trip.
Charles Lemley, who recently tore
down the old cider mill on his lot is
now painting his house white.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hilty, of
Pandora grange and Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Begg, of Columbus Grove
grange, will have charge of the
Putnam County grange Youth meet
ing at Columbus Grove Thursday
evening at 8:30 p. m.
Rev. and Mrs. Warren Powell, of
the local Methodist church, are
spending two weeks at the church’s
Intermediate Fellowship Camp at
Celina. They, howi•ver, return here
each week end.
The W. S. C. S. will hold a hake
sale again this Sat irday evening at
the band stand.
The Arthur Burr family enjoyed
their vacation this year in Ontario,
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hatfield are
on a trip to Van Nuys and other
points in California Their son Jim
mie is staying with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. S tirl Hatfield dur
ing their absence.
Miss Ellen Rissei who is in camp
near Defiance was 1tome over Friday
night, accompanied by Miss Jean
Knight of Sedalia, Ill., also of the
camp. Mrs. Louis Risser and son
Charles visited the Girl Scout, camp
near Defiance last Saturday.
Mrs. Andrew Stauffer and son
Royce of California, and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hess of Findlay, were
Saturday visitors of Mrs. Lillie Fett
and Miss Nellie Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz
called on Mr. and Mrs. Hershel
Moser of Columbus Grove, Sunday
Mrs. Cora Huber spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. Bertha Garau
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings
and son Rodney were Sunday even
ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Arthur Dietz and family of Pon
tiac, Mich., called on Mrs. Alta
Garau and Mrs. Naomi Steiner and
children Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Dietz will be remembered as a boy
who made his home with the Norval
Miss Patricia Perry is spending
the week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Stratton and family.
Mrs. Mildred Gleason who has
been on the sick list the past week
1 Farm al I II tractor complete
ly overhauled with cultivator
1 Farinall F-12 tractor com
pletely overhauled with culti
vator and plow.
1 1941 International K-2
ton pickup, excellent condi
1 1946 International K-2 ton
pickup, good as new.
1 1946 International K-5 I’j
ton truck with stake body.
McCormick-Deering side deliv
McCormick-Deering tractor ma
1 New Leader tractor with
hydraulic system, lights and
starter half price.
Clipper Fanning Mills
C. F. Niswander
and Mrs. S
aint, Mr. and
and daughter of
visitors of Mr.
Mrs. Bessie Herr was an all day
guest Wednesday of her daughter
Mrs. Vera Zimmerman and family.
Mrs. Clara Welty and Mrs. Mar
porie Baughman and daughter were
past week callers of Mrs. Donna
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Younkman
and sons Norman and Richard who
have been spending their vacation
with their parents and other rela
tives returned to their home in Co
lumbus Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
and daughters spent Sunday at Ada
park for dinner and at the Herr re
union at Lafayette in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Long were
Sunday evening callers at the Zim
Mrs. Ruth Shaub of Pennsylvania
spent Monday afternoon with Mrs.
James Stratton at-
family dinner Sunday at
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Frantz is a guest this
week of Karen and Joyce Zimmer
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartman at
tended the golden wedding celebra
tion of Mr. and Mrs. James Yant
Production of high quality butter
is the best answer to marketing
problems in the future.
for HOME, FARM
and SHOP MACHINES
you get more than a
famous Cates Belt—with
it we otter you a
Let us give you
The exact belt to fit your mscMBB
Advice on pulley ratio and
Help la designing reduetloa drive*
See these outstanding values—
they’re worth money to you
I WHAT DO YOU USUALLY
GET FOR TEACHING
the likes of vve
Red Garden Ho:
Take the wheel
131 Cherry Street
RESIDENCE 117 EAST KIBLER.
Now’ is the time to stop in our Hatchery’ and
receive valuable Poultry health-helps, points to re
member, facts about New Castle Disease.
We are constantly being asked by our customers
what they should do about vaccinating for Newcastle
See us to-day for complete information, before
this dangerous disease can strike your flock.
Office hours from now until we hatch again are
8 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. except Saturdays, 8 A. M. until
3 P. M. We thank you for your co-operation.
Just in time for hot, dry weather
THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1949
ONE OF MY
AUC YOU WILL FINO
AT ALL TIMES-
ice hose, standard usage—black
$5.95 Now $4.95
$3.25 Now $2.75
e—Stands more than ordinary abuse
rden Hose—Highest quality
*al Hose l/s Lighter in weight
try the new FORD “Feel”
... At your FORD dealer’s
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
AWARDED THE FASHION ACADEMY GOLD MEDAL AS THE "FASHION CAR OF THE YEAR’’
$9.85 (Fair trade)
l\rd "feel” you hear everyone raving
ahmil? H's many things.
It's '.he level "feel” of Ford's new "Mid
Ship” Ride. You sit cradled between
wheels in the new lower center section.
Il’s the smooth easy-stopping "feel” of
Ford's new "Magic Action” Brakes
brakes that are fully self-energizing to
stop you 35% easier.
It’s the "feel” of surging power in Ford's
new 100 h.p. V-8 and 95 h.p. Six engines.
Univ Ford in its field offers you a V -type
engine (the type used in America's cost
And behind that new Ford "feel” are
many other Ford "firsts.” New, smooth
"Hydra-Coil” and "Para-Flex” Springs
new "Lifeguard’’ Body and frame
structure—59% more rigid new
’’Sofa-wide' Seats—more hip and
shoulder room than any other car in its
And with the new "feel” conies new
York Fashion Academy judged Ford the
"Fashion Car of the Year.”
Come in for a ride and see why you
should order your Ford now.
Wh.te lidewoB tires available at extra
Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio
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