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THURSDAY, AUGUST 18. 1949
Automobile Fire Theft Liability
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553 poui ds. Be prepared for any emergency enjoy
time for _________ ___ 2
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cu.-ft. fr^zer, plus these pictured.
food the simplest way, and store away
)ther activities save dollars on your food
"Zero-larm" fl,
utomatic bell
sounds alarm if i i
temperature be- I u
gins to rise.
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you can store 385 pounds of frozen food in this
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“Tijht-Wad” refrigerating
unit five-year warranty
“Vac-U-Seal” hermetically
sealed insulation
C. F. Niswander
McCormick-Deering Dealer
Bluffton, Ohio
Custom Slaughtering
Beef Slaughtering, per head..........................................$1.50
Pork Slaughtering, per head.......................................... $1.00
Processing—Cutting, Wrapping also Freezing 3c lb.
Dressed Weight
We are now equipped to give you this service winter or
Summer
Beef by the Quarter----- Pork by the Side
AtoZ Meat Market and Locker Service
127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W
“Frost-Lok” repels
frost helps seal cabinet
Think of it! Exactly uhat you want,
u'^tMjyou want it! Every imaginable
food at your fingertips in-season, out
of-seaion, any time at all. And this is
just one of the many advantages. See
this marvelous IH Freezer today! Save
work, time and dollars!
WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND
FUN FOR ALL
I
W AT THE
Allen County Tail*
and Junior Fair
DAY AND NIGHT SHOWS
HUNDREDS OF EXHIBITS
AMUSEMENT RIDES MIDWAY ATTRACTIONS
RADIO STARS
Sy AUGUST 23-27
ADMJS E. KIBBY ST. SHOWGROUNDS -LIMA
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Verl Reichenbach
and family and Candice Kohli were
Sunday dinner guests at the Hiram
Reichenbach home. Evening callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kohli,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reichenbach and
son, Mr. and Mrs. .John Diller ana
Dr. and Mrs. Weldon Diller and
daughters, Pandora.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and
family were Sunday afternoon call
ers of Mr, and Mrs. S. S. Diller or
Elida.
Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber ana
son and Dale Huber returned home
Sunday from a tour of the Eastern
States. While making their trip they
visited Niagara Falls and other
places of interest.
Mrs. Sarah Niswander who is
making her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Russell Huber and- family, will
sell her household goods, etc., at
public auction, Saturday afternoon.
The Farm Women’s Improvement
club will meet with Mrs. Margie
Huber this Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Josephine Huber and Mrs.
Hazel Clausing assisting.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Basinger and
Carolyn called on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Richards of Helena and Mrs. Lola
PJUk., C,.„4....... r*..........
XT and Mrs. Cloyce
vpro rlinn
Mr. ind Mrs. Harry
Mr and Mrs. Lym in Barnes,
L-unuav ai.-'i Aionuay in
Mr. and Mrs/ Emmet’ 1
Miss Mario Turner. En
they visited Mr. and Mr
Jennings and family in
route home
s. Lawrence
Clyde.
Phillips and
Mr. and Mrs. James
family were Saturday eve
of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Barnes.
ir Schubert
urday over
Mrs. Wayn
the Shubert
Niswandvr’s
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbi
of Ccnterville were Sat
night guests of Mr. and
Zimmerman and attendee
reunion at Mrs. Clara
home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Hen
dam called on Mr. and
of Beaver
Mrs. Oscar
Zimmerman and daughter, Tuesday
evening.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. am Blosser were Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Jones and daughter and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Youngberg and daugh
ter Beverly of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hartman and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze and daugh
ters called on Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil
Hartman and family, Sunday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings
and sons attended the Miller-Holter
man reunion at Wapakoneta, Sunday.
Sunday afternoon and evening
callers of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Phillips were Elton Younkman and
sons Charles Leo, Danny and Billy,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman and
grandson Bernard Gratz, and Mr. and
Mrs. Chet Long and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Herr and sons
and Mrs. John Manahan and children
attended the Saddle Club picnic, Sun
day on Fox Hill.
Junior Hancock and George Stevens
left Monday morning for Ada, Akla.,
to visit the Manahan relatives.
Friday evening dinner guests of
Mrs. Minnie Moser and Mrs. Beulah
Bernard were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Gratz and Mr. and Mrs. Roily Moser
and sons.
Karen Zimmerman was a guest of
Denise Badertscher, a few days last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manahan and
son Tommy of Oklahoma City ana
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Manahan of
Wewoka, Okla., have returned to
their homes after’visiting Mrs. Anna
Manahan and children and families
of this vicinity.
Marlene Gleason has been spend
ing the past two weeks with her
H. W. Berky is located in a
government chemical research lab
oratory in the hills of northern New
Jersey*
Russel Moore, formerly employed
in Tine McGriff’s barber shop is an
orderly to the commanding officer at
Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, La.
Harry Amstutz is in the motor
truck service in France.
Lloyd Stettler writes from France
that the people there are very hos
pitable and glad to see the
Americans.
Wilbur Howe, a former college
student, is in training at Camp Tay
lor.
Reuel Niswander, Donald Augsbur
ger, Russel Bixel, Allen Day, and
Raymond Stratton are enrolled in the
student’s training corps at Ohio
Northern University at Ada.
Otto Showalter of Orange twp. is
promoted to the rank of corporal.
Harry Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Harris, visited home over the
week end. returning to Camp Sher
man on Monday.
Mrs. Hi
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Mabel Jennings spent Friday with
their mother, Mrs. Flem
ing of Lafayette.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilty and
family called on Mr. and Mrs. Cleo
Garau, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Minnie Moser, Mrs. Beulah
Bernard and Mrs. Pearl Gratz spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Ruth Wolfley
of Kenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blosser called
on Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings,
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Donna Barnes entertained for
Friday dinner, Mrs. Delta Miller,
Mrs. Hottie Speer and Mrs. Clara
Ewing.
THERE'S MOREtROOM FOR THE MONEY
in this Model 43 4-door Sedan.
NEW in
Freach
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO____________
NEWsOlR FATHERSREAD
FROM ISSUE OF SEPT. 19, 1918
Fred Romey is with the motor
postal express sei vice in Paris,
France.
Edmund Hawk located in Paris
drives a Gramm-Bernstein truck
made in Lima
L. A. “Joll” Woods of Camp
Decatur, Great Lakes, has been
transferred to Hampton Roads, Ya.
Clayton Murray has arrived safely
in France.
Huber Jennings is located at Camp
Sherman. At Camp Taylor are Ward
Marshall, Waldo Wilkins, Clayton
Mangus, Clifford Koontz, Willard
Hochstettler, Ford Perkins, and
David Parks.
Carl Mumma writes from France
that they don’t give you ice cream
and cake, but serve good food which
sticks to the ribs. He states he is
hungry for a lemon pie and believes
he could down several of them at
one sitting. Recently visited with
Gilbert Fett, spent a couple of days
with him in the same camp.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
FATE OF OHIO I
A J*) re Vigor in
I^ot Weather—
EAST your eyes, folks —and
for your checkbook.
For here, in one stunning, swift
lined bundle, is everything
yes, everything —you’ve been
hoping for.
iNew style note? Well, just look
at that brand-new idea in front
end styling. Grille, bumper,
bumper-guards and even parking
lights all combined in a single,
sturdy assembly that means you
can’t “lock horns” with other cars!
New over-all size? We’ve
trimmed inches from its over-all
length for handiness in traffic
yet here’s still the generous
wheelbase that spells a level
going ride.
TH S TRIM TWO-DOOR SEDANET will
delight the whole family. Children are safe in
its full-size, even-wider rear seat.
Tune In HENRY J. TAYLOR, ABC Network, every Monday evening.
Phone 381-W
include meat in your menu.
Swank Bros.
Fresh and Salt Meats
and priced right doirri your alley!
New roominess? Swing
doors a thumb-touch doe
—and gaze on the biggest
ors you can buy for the
with sofa-wide front seats and
less than 12 more inches in
seat hiproom.
And if power is your meat
just lift the bonnet and look
on a husky Fireball power
plant of 110 horsepower
D. C. BIXEL. O. D.
GORDON BIXEL. O. D.
122 South Main St., Bluffton
EYESfGHT SPECIALISTS
Office Hours 9:00 A. M.—5:30 I». M.
Open Evening Wed. & Sat. 7:00 to 8:00
fThursday
Closetf Afternoon.
the
it!
Finger­
Slip behind the wheel.
easy Synchro-Mesh transmission
if you choose —the satiny smooth
ness of Dynaflow Drive* as op
tional equipment if you want the
very latest thing.
Optional at extra cost.
MILLER DUCK SALES
.................. When better automobiles are built BUICK trill build them ............
FARMERS PRODUCE
Bluffton, Ohio
Offers Friendly Service
Buyers of
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
ROUTE SERVICE
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322| N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
A More Efficient Form of Limetsone
for Soil Treatment
If you are anticipating application of limestone on
youj- fields this fall ask us about the advantages of linie
stojie meal. Truck delivery from our quarry to your farm
when you want it.
if you have already placed your order, phone as when
you want delivery.
Following rates—hauled and spread on your fields.
Richland Twp.. .$2.10 Ton Jackson Twp.... $2.60 Ton
Orange Twp.... 2.50 Ton noroe Twp........ 2.60 Ton
Union Twp........ 2.50 Ton Van Buren Twp.. 2.60 Ton
All lime patronage under the AAA pro
gram must be on fields before Jan. 1, 1950.
Bluffton Mono Company
Phone 142-W Bluffton. Ohio
with conventional transmission,
120 with Dynaflow Drive.
Surely here’s a car big as your
fondest ambition—yet price-wise
it’s right down your alley! Fits
modest family budgets as it fits
modest-size garages, puts Buick
in reach of still more people!
So here’s really a “must see”
item! On display now, in three
trim-’n’-tidy body types, it won’t
stay long on dealers’ floors. Go
see it and get that order in!
snow
Your key to Greater Value
/VOW O/V 0/SPlA'
Main & Elm Sts., Bluffton
PAGE NINE
Francis Basinger, D/1). S
Evan Ba^dngff*, I). S.
Telrttyi* Wi-W
Bhiffton, Ohio

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