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& Garage
Acetylene and Electric Welding
Body and Fender Repair
General. Repairing
Lubrication
Dull Battles Earl Montgomery
MT. CORY, OHIO
Buy Your Paint Here
and Save Money
WHITE PAINT—5 gal. lots, was $5.60 now, per
RED BARN PAINT, was $3.15 per gal., OF
ALUMINUM PAINT—5 gal. lots,
now..................................................
per gal.
Turpentine—per gallon ................... $1.20
Linseed Oil—per gallon ..................... $2.50
Check our prices before you buy.
The Farmers Grain Co.
BlutTton, Ohio
Now,
OJJ
from the lowest to the highest priced, to
during our big Buy-Now
Birthday Party, we’re offering
the longest trades, best deals in our
history!
So come in—and bring your car.
You’ll be amazed how much we’ll
allow you for it! Enjoy a thrilling
Revelation Ride in the New Hud
son—discover that here is Ameri
ca’s 4-MOST Car: 1- MOST Beau-
HERE’S WHERE TO COME FOR THE BIG BUY-NOW
Pleasant Hill
Miss Nancy Andrews spent the
past week with her grandmother,
Mrs. Amos Reichenbach and her
aunt, Mrs. Philip Marquart.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Andrews were: Mrs.
Erank Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Thurman
Kipker.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze and dau
ghters were Thursday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alspaeh
of Bluffton. Sandra Myers of Mans
field spent Friday and Saturday with
Margaret and Pauline Faze.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz spent
Sunday evening at the Willard Jen
nings home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brookes of
Ashtabula and Mrs. Del McE’roy
were Friday afternoon callers at the
Lyman Barnes home.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings
and sons called on Mr. and Mrs.
Clair Huber of Findlay, Tuesday
evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Leiber and son, Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cievidence and
daughters and Deloris Alstaelter
were Sunday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Bell and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig and
daughter Ginger spent Friday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hauen
stein and family.
Mrs. Florence Andrews and child
ren spent Thursda ywith Mrs. Amos
Reichenbach.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Huber and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Hauenstein and children,
Deloris, Dwight, Earl Dean, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Hauenstein and Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Hauenstein attended
the wedding of Leslie Gale, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauenstein oZ
Lima, at the Calvary Evangelical and
Reformed church at Lima, Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver spent
Sunday at the Simmons reunion held
at Walbridge park, Toledo.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess and son
Robert were Saturday dinner guests
of Miss Nellie Huber and Mrs. Lillie
Fett.
Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Huber and Mrs. Sarah Ns
wander were: Rev. Oppermann, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Clausing, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Huber and daughter Mae,
Mrs. Clara Niswander, Mrs. Mildred
Gleason and Mr. and Mrs. Berdell
Huber and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Huber and daughter
Mae, Mrs. Pearl Huber, Mrs. Mild
red Gleason, Mrs. Sarah Oates and
to Our Big Buy-Now Birthday Party
lebra|ipf^ of Hudson’s 40th Anniversary Year
NO WONDER WE’RE IN A TRADING MOOD—the New Hudson
is riding a rising tide of popularity! Official figures prove it: Hudson sales are up
33% over last year at this time. And how people are switching to Hudson!
Already, more than 107,000 have traded in other makes of cars,
UllI.ninUMUMRWn
own a New Hudson.
tiful. 2-MOST Roomy. 3
MOST Road-worthy. 4-MOST
All-round Performance.
It’s America’s most beautiful car,
for example, because it’s the lowest
built, most streamlined of all—yet
there’s full road clearance. Indeed,
this is a car of such advanced de
sign that it’s a protected investment
for your motor-car dollars’
TROY MOTOR SALES
Authorized Hudson Sales and Service
120 S. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio Phone 2O7-W
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jennings spent
Thursday evening at the Willard
Jennings home.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stettler of
Mobile, Alabama and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Stettler spent Tuesday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gratz.
Mrs. Beulah Bernard of New
Canton, Illinois and Mrs Minnie
Moser and Mr. and Mrs. James Gratz
and Robin and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wolfley and daughter Marilyn were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Allison of Cairo
were Sunday afternoon callers of
Mrs. Lillie Fett and Miss Nellie
Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and
son spent Tuesday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Avery Watt and son of
Lima.
W. S. C. S. of Pleasant Hill
church will meet with Miss Nellie
Huber and Mrs. Lillie Fett, this
Thursday afternoon at 2:00.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz were
Wednesday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Jennings. Mrs.
Ruth Jennings and sons and Mrs.
Clara Jennings were afteimoon call
ers.
Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips and
family were Sunday evening visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes.
Their daughter Paddy remained to
spend the week end with them.
Ronald Watt spent several days
last week with Rodney Jennings.
Rodney returned home with him Sun
day night to spend next week.
LEGAL NOTICE
Robert Earl Poe. whose last known place
of address was Corporal T/5 Robert Earl
Poe. 20505248. APO 154. c/o Post Master,
New York, New- York, is hereby notifiep that
Alice M. Poe. has filed her petition gainst
him for divorce and other equitable/ relief,
on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, in
Case Number 39054 of the Common Pleas
Court of Allen County. Ohio and llnat said
cause will be for hearing on or tsbout six
weeks from the d.ete of the first publication
of this notice.
Durbin & Navarre. Attorney f'fr Plaintiff
301 Dominion Building. Lima, Ouio 19
NOTICE flft AI’L’OINTMENT
THE STATjKiOF.’
Allen C/unkv,J
Estate off Si4ri«fef
fe’
fcoin. Deceased.
Zoe M. BauArfttein of
been aiqxiiT«fl and qtialifi
trix of the estate of Sidsie
of Allen County, Ohio,
uffton, Ohio, has
3d as Administra
y Hauenstein late
eceased.
Dated this 22nd day of
Raymond P.
Probate Judge
July. 1949.
Smith
17
LEGAU NOTICE
Victor E. Carnes, now residing at 1415
Fries Avenue. Witfnington. California, will
take notice that qn the 5th day of August,
1949. the plaintiff* Joan E. Carnes filed her
petition against mm in the court of Common
Pleas of Allen Opunty, Ohio, the same being
Case No. 39106/in said court. This action
and the prayer said petition is for divorce
and equitable rfliaf.
Said defendant is required to answer said
petition on the 17th day of September. 1949,
or judgment will be taken against him.
Joan E. Carnes,•Plaintiff
By: Light & Siferd,
i her Attorneys 22
40 YEARS OF
ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP
NEW
Hudson
ONLY CAR WITH THE STEP
BIRTHDAY PARTY
DOWN DESIGN
LaFayette
The Kings-daughters’ class of the
Congregational Christian church met
Wednesday evening in the home of
Mrs. Don Eversole.
Rev. Truitt High and son and
daughter spent last week in North
Carolina visiting his father and
other relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and
daughter entertained the former’s
mother, brothers and sisters ann
families Sunday evening with a six
o’clock dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Ridenour and
son Louis of Thornville, Ohio, were
week end guests of Mrs. John
Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cumrine
were Wednesday evening dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scarf Oswald
of Lima, and Sunday afternoon Mr.
and Mrs. Everett Cumrine called on
the former’s aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Min
nick at Santa Fe.
Mrs. Carrie Lentz spent Wednes
day in Lima visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Boutwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson at
tended the Messenger Family Re
union Sunday at Marion.
Mrs. Jack Stout of Phoenix, Ariz.,
visited Mr. and Mrs. O. B. May last
week.
The Keystone and Semper Fidelis
classes of the Methodist church held
their class meeting Wednesday even
ing in the home of Mrs. Paul Hefner.
Devotions were led by Mrs. Emma
Belle Sopher. Entertainment by Miss
Georgia Fackler. The next meeting
will be with Mrs. Charles Koogler.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tullis and
family of Bellefontaine were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Rex and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lott and
family of Lima, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Witham and family were Sun
day dinner guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shrider.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson and
family, State Patrolman, is being
transfered from his post here to Mt.
Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Spalinger is taking his place.
News Want Ads Bring Results.
Francis Basinger, D. D. S
Evan Basinger, D. D. S.
Telephone 271-W
Bluffton, Ohio
D. C. BIXEL. O. D.
GORDON PIXEL. 0. D.
122 South Main St.. Bluffton
eyesight
Specialists
Office Hour*: 9:00 A. bL—-5:30 1*. ML.
Open Evening, Wed A Sat. 7:00 to 8:00
Closed Thursday Afternoon.
?or in
ther—
More Vi
Hot Wes
in your menu.
include meal
i Bros
Swan
Salt Meats
Fresh an
Notice
Cider
Star Cider Press
ated Wednesday,
every Wednesday
further notice.
good line of
kegs, jugs and
The Mornin
will be op
August 10 ar
thereafter unt
i
1
We carry
operate.
We aim
applebutter
fruit for sale
have apples for
ickening and other
luring the season.
I a. m. to 5 p. m.
ne to make cider
Open from
Do not cd
after 5 p. m.
Basinger & Son
Pandora phone 29-B
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BANI
AL LAND
LOANS
Allei
Mercer,
Auglai
te Counties
4%
33 Years
Fees
made
ma lit
Loans
debts,
Commissions
o buy land, pay
improvements,
machinery, re
ill at any time.
buy livestock
pay any or
Mercer
NATIONAL FARM
LOAN ASSOCIATION
Wapak
A. W. KOENIG
Secretary and Treasurer
Younger Bldg. N. Main St.
Celina, Ohio, Phone 1199
Wapa Theatre Bldg., 3rd Floor
Wapakoneta, Ohio. Phone 9361
1106 Cook Tower
Lima, Ohio. Phone 40791
AH ESTABLISHED BRA
1 w®
“Buy It Baked”
Fresh From Our Ovens Daily
I
We Specialize in
Wedding & Anniversary Cakes
Baked and Decorated to Your Order.
Attention!
We are co-sponsoring a radio telequiz program over
Station WIMA Lima. Listen in every Thursday morning
at 9 o’clock.
tiaucnsVcin's Bakery
“Fide Baked Goods”
Phone 298-W Bluffton, O.
RED
THE RIGHT PAINT FOR
EXTRA YEARS OF PROTECTION
A rich, full-bodied exterior paint that can be
liberally reduced with Unseed Oil.
Spreads on easily and has remarkable hiding
qualities.
Holds its bright red color... and does net fade
out like so many cheaper barn paints
often do.
Resists all kinds of weather. LooMf
better... lasts longer. L/A
ALSO *. BPS BARN PAINT
WHITE .. GRAY.. GREEN
These colors also cover well..
brush on easily .. dry with a
good gloss finish.
Best Paint Sold
GREDING HARDWARE
uF
The Brikcrete for Alli
Exterior Walls of this
Home Costs Only .. .1-------
idh and 4-inch.
HORSES SI
LIMA
THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1949
FOR on*
BARN PAINT
55 runs
ON BARNS—SHOE
OUTBUILDINGS
WAREHOUSES
BRIDGES-FENCIS
$OUD COVERING
LASTS LONGER
DRIES WITH
A GOOD GLOSS
AjJ/
FOR USE ON
WOOD METAL
BRICK AND
CONCRETE
BY PATTERSON-SARGENT
"BRIKADIER" Typifies
Brikcrete
Economy
And for all partition walls only $178.28
Same low prices sr square foot for any size or type nom*
you may be plann ng to build.
Brikcrete combin s colorful beauty—and all the values
of masonry at its
Designed and pro:
up face size, 12
thicknesses 8-in
lation values because of a 43% void.'-
est—with a lower-than-lumher price.
1 tortioned to fit modern styling. Laid
i aches long by 3^/z inches high.
Self-contained instil
Strength and endurance combine with light weight and
low absorption.
Local processing local materials effect large savings in
manufacturing—p
quality and lower
Visit our plant. Se
for literature.
ssed along in the form of better
•ices.
the product. Get estimate. Or write
Blueprints of \e 'Brikadier”now available.
Bluffton Cement Block, Inc.
3®5 East Cherry St. Phone 365-W
Bluffton, Ohio
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Ul I La
STOCK
To Size and
According
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ALLEN CO
M566
Two
COWS S 1.00
Condition
REVERSE
CHARGES
NTY FERTILIZER
Buchsieb', Inc.
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $4.00 for Hopes.... $4.00 for Cows
According to’,
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Phone MAEN
BRANCH OF FOSTOR1
size and condition.
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475 Collect
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