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5 IN DEC.
Shop here tp fill your hristmas Gift List Satisfactorily and Economically Large Selection of Mechanical Toys Children's Hooks and Puzzles Hyde Park Gents and Ladies Watches Coin Purses Watch Straps Remple Rubber Toys Books Dresser Sets Billfolds Nice Selection of Costume Jewelry Scrap and Photo Albums Handkerchiefs for Ladies, Children and Gentlemen Beautiful Line of Gonder ases Fenton Hobnail Demitasse ups & Saucers Piggy Banks and Other Styles Salt & Peppers Figurines China Horses and Dogs Pandora Montgomery's Gift /hop and Notos Stand Christmas GIFTS for the Entire Famliy SHOP OUR STORE. OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAY Home Killed Meats Dr. Clair Basinger has recently returned to his family in Pandora after having spent the past eight months in the Philippine Islands serving with the Army Medical BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB Our Prices Are Down on Pork and Beef SPECIAL—Thursday, Friday and Saturday PORK CHOPS S lb. 39c Bulk SAUSAGE lb. 35c Cube STEAK lb. 65c Spare Ribs lb. 39c »1' Jowl BACON 5 lbs. $1.00 Pork Loin Roast lb. 39c FRESH SIDE lb. 39c PORK STEAK lb. 43c PORK ROASTShoulders |b. 35C Smoked Shoulder Ends lb. 39c Picnic H^rtis Mb. 37c V2lor whole BEEF ROAST lb. 49c Sirloin STEAK lb. 59c Beef Ground lb. 49c Bacon Ends 6 lbs. $1 Pork Tenderloin 79c Bologna 4 lbs. $1.00 Pork Brains lb. 25c Weiners 3 lbs. $1.00 Oysters Pint 69c Perch or Haddock 39c Pork Hocks lb. 25c Oleo 2 lbs. 39c BEEF BY THE QUARTER Your Choice: Hind, 39c-33c—Fores, 35c-29c Good Locker Paper for Your Home Freezer 500 Ft Rolls $3.79 Each WE NOW HAVE LOCKERS TO RENT Corps. The funeral of Joe Neill, 90, pio neer resident of nearby Ottawa, was held last Saturday afternoon at the Pope funeral home. Mr. Neill was the father of Louis Neill of Pan dora. The condition of Mrs. Wilbert Zuercher who was stricken with pa ralysis last week is slightly im proved. George Teste, manager of the Pan dora airport spent Thanksgiving at his home at Cleveland. Mrs. Clyde Waltz who lives three miles southwest of Pandora, is vis iting Mrs. Lillie Lyon, a sister at Los Angeles for the winter. Both were formerly of Bluffton and are sisters of Fred Zehrbach of Bluffton. Wayne Hilty and family of In dianapolis spent the Thanksgiving holidays in the home of Mrs. Allie Hilty. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Risser and Miss Lena Kisser entertained the following near relatives at a turkey dinner Thanksgiving day: Jamison Kisser of Chanute Field, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and Miss Frances Young of Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Win ford Geiger and daugh ter Sandra of Toledo, Mrs. Geiggr remained until Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Risser, Jr., of Pandora, and Miss Ellen Risser who was home from 0. S. U., Columbus, over the Thanksgiving holiday Otis McBride and son John and family of Shaw nee, near Lima James McBride, an other son and family of Maumee. A wedding of local interest took place in Findlay at the First Church of Christ on Nov. 20, when Miss Dortha Grismore, granddaughter of Mrs. Lavina Grismore of Pandora, became the bride of Loren Rade baugh, son of Mrs. Pearl Radebaugh of Renton Ridge. After a two weeks’ wedding trip through the southern states, they will be at home at 513 Eben avenue, Findlay. Mrs. Myra Wehrly and Mrs. Lacy Sommer, twin sisters, celebrated their 88th birthday anniversary in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burkhart last Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter entertained the members of the Bi-Centennial club and five guests at her country home last Tuesday evening. The program topic was on the Pennsyl vania Dutch in charge of Mrs. Arth ur Schumacher. Mrs. Addie Graber entertained with readings. Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Morris and Mrs.Edith Core of Lima, James E. Dibert and family of Ohio City, and Stanley Burkhart and family were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pingle of Gilboa are announcing the approach ing marriage of their daughter Mar gene to Robert Reese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reese of Pandora. The wedding will be an event of Dec. 3 and will be held at the Gilboa Meth odist church at 7:30 in the evening. The great oratorio, “The Messiah,” by Handel will be given at the St. John church Sunday evening, Dec. Canning Notice Wharton Custom Cannery will accept meat for canning Monday through Thursday every week starting Decem ber 5 to the middle of March. We grind meat/ for ham burger. FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS ercer. Allen Auglaize' Counties 4% 33 Years Fees o made make Commissions buy land, pay improvements, machinery, re ill at any time. Loans debts, buy livestock pay any or Mercei NATIOI IAL FARM SOCIATION KOENIG and Treasurer LOAN A A. W Secretary Younger Bld: N. Main St. io, Phone 1199 Bldg., 3rd Floor Ohio. Phone 9361 pok Tower Celina, Oh Wapa Theatr Wapakoneta, 1106 Phone 40791 Lima, Ohi THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO 18. This production will be given by the members of choirs from the Grace Mennonite, Missionary and St. John churches. Earl Lehman is di rector. Little Miss Connie Jo Warren of Lima was a week end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter. Miss Roberta Manges has been having rehearsals for the grade school operetta, “Red Candles” which will be given December 2. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hilty had the following guests for I hanks giving dinner to help eat the 2-» lb. turkey and all its trimmings: Mrs. Elizabeth Risser, Mr. and Mrs. Dav id Risser and daughters Jane and Sue also Miss Louise Ruhl, all of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson, son and daughter Rich ard and Nancy and their grand mother Mrs. Hugh Richardson and Miss Sallie Webb of Rudolph, and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Steiner of Pan dora. David Risser carved the tur key with all the grace of his pro fession, local Bluffton restaurateur. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Roudebaugh and children Bruce and Helen of London,Ohio, were guests at the George Basinger farm over Thanks giving. Mrs. William Basinger re turned home with them. The local Missionary church ob served the 50th anniversary of the church last Sunday. They also held dedication services for the newly re modeled church. Many former min isters were present. Pleasant View Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Augsburg er and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Augs burger of Pandora spent Thanks giving Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Augsburger and son Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green and little daughter of Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. James Green of BlutTton and Robert Warren spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Milford Green and daughter Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Waltz of Findlay and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waltz and son of Mt. Cory spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Waltz and daughter Mary Alice. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. White and daughter Marilyn of Mt. Cory and Mr. and Mrs Robert McVey were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whisler, Thanksgiving. Garnie Habegger returned Wed nesday from a’trip to New Mexico. Lewis Wynkoop and Merritt Green accompanied by Ray Bowersox and Gerald Rother of Mt. Cory returned Friday from a hunting trip in Wis consin, with two deer as their bounty. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Krautter lett a week ago for Clearwater, Fla., where they expect to spend the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Bibler and little daughter of Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zuercher and little son of Pandora and Mr. and Mrs. David Carr and family spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Carr and Mary Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Naus, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Rader and little son of Harrod, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Roth and 6IBS0R Its smart to choose yours while selection is best of Gibson Quality Greetings so come in and see our grand display right away! The REXALL DRUG STORE Prescription Pharmacy A kIT A ls COMING TO I I ZA SATURDAY, DEI HE WILL BE HERE FROM 2:00 TO 4:00 P. M, ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PA FOR ALL CHILDREN 12 YEARS OF AGE SANTA WILL ARRIVE IN HIS SLEIGH AND GREET EACH CHILD AT HIS TEMPORARY ERS IN THE FORMER TROY MOTOR SALES FAR NORTH HE BRINGS TREATS FOR Santa Comes to Bluffton Under Auspices of 1 ton Business Men’s Association. family of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rader and family of Dunkirk spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mace Rader. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gibbs and family entertained for Thanksgiving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Habeg ger, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Habeggcr and son and Wayne Habegger of Bluffton, Mrs. Frank Gibbs and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Doty and family ot Rawson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poe and family of Findlay. Mr. and Mrs. Nile Newton and son Stanley had as Thanksgiving dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Windle, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wehrly and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wehrly and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Doty ana family spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Dorothy Zimmer man of Defiance. Dale and Paula Zimmerman returned home with them having spent their Thanksgiv ing vacation here. The Friendly Couples Class met the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howell. Mr. John W. Harris was the program leader. Word has been received by rela tives here that Mr. and Mrs. Carl Males of Los Angeles, Calif., are the parents of a daughter Kay LanI, born Nov. 14. Mrs. Males is the former Margaret Habegger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Habegger. The Ladies Harmony Circle will meet in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Walter Purdy of Rawson. Thursday afternoon, Dec. 8. Mrs. Guy Stewart will be assistant hostess and Rev. Purdy the program leader. The topic “The Church at the Heart of the Christian Community”. Pandora School Operetta Friday “Red Candles,” a Christmas oper etta, will be presented by the Pan dora grade school in the auditorium at that place Friday night at 8 o’clock. It is under the direction of Miss Roberta Manges with Mrs. Lloyd Malone accompanist. Leatherman & Son Roofing and Spouting Furnace Repair Formerly located at 107 S. Main St. Now at Sohio Station, South Main St. and Bentley Road Leave orders at new location Phone: 199-W lows CLIPPED easier to take are clean, time Clipping prevei cumulation—the of sediment in ir lowers bacteria is more wholes more money. Ft clipping use the master. ts dirt ac chief source Ik. Clipping :ount. Milk ime, brings fast, easy lectric Clip- We have 1 STEWART CLIPNU he new Electric STER Powerful, air-cot running motor Easy-grip hand built-in durabili with blades-. ted, smooth inside the e. Rugged, y. Complete $321 C. F. NIS WANDER McCormick-D ering Dealer Blufftor, Ohio ILUriTON IHlsfl- 3 TO HOLD HIS RT Y AND UNDER! PERSONALLY HEADQUART ROOM. FROM YOUNGSTERS! he Bluff- We Aim to Every Satisfy Load Insured G. E. Spallinger Trucking COAL/ Lump, Egg and hil Treated Stoker/ LAFAYETTE, OHIO Local and Long Distance Hauling P. U. C. O. Phone 6204-Irr. 14-2635 City Mar het Como Toilet Tissue Elf Kraut Honey Grahams Florida Oranges Spry or Crisco Great Northern Beans M8c Elf Catsup Pitted Dates u. 27c Elf Orange Juice Large Assortment of Nuts and Candy WE are showing A WONDERFULLY ATTRACTIVE SELECTION OF HOUSEFURNISHINGS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WE invite you to SHOP OUR STORE—THREE FLOORS FILLED WITH QUALITY STOCKS. Come early while selections are satisfying Basinger's Furniture Store i Forty-Seven Years of Dependable Service S- THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1949 StaRT your plctJfs- maklng right with depend able Kodak Film in the yel low box—the film that gets the picture. Then send us 1 the exposed rolls for expert developing and printing. THE REXALL DRUG STORE 23C 5 rolls 23C 2 cans 29c Nabisco Pkg. 47C 8 Lb. Bag 83c 3 Lbs. 18C Bottle 37c 46 oz. can