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The Bluffton news. [volume] (Bluffton, Ohio) 1875-current, December 08, 1949, Image 10

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Annual Public Sportsi
Club will serve 11 Roasted A
Thursday Night,
ion’s Rally
a Ila rd Ducks
7:30 P. M.
Sportsmen’s Club Room
Wildlife Moving I
Everyone Welcome
Highest Market Price For
Poultry and Eggs
Country Route Service—a phone call
brings our truck to y our door.
Charles Kinsinger
PHONE 192-W I
Lawn & Elm Streets I Bluffton, Ohio
Hit A CHRISTMAS STOCKING
The Choicest Gifts in
Awaiting Your
DEC. Sth
Town Hall
’ictures
fi Santa's
Selection
Xmas Greeting Cards Cigarettes
Cigars in Fancy Xmas Boxes
Pipes Fine Smoking Tobacco
Large Selection of Mechanical Toys
Children’s Books and Puzzles
Hyde Park Gents and Ladies Watches
Coin Purses Watch
Remple Rubber Toys
Dresser Sets Billf
Nice Selection of Costume .lev
Scrap and Photo Albums
Handkerchiefs for Ladies, Children ar
Beautiful Line of Gonder Va
Fenton Hobnail Demitasse Cups &
Piggy Banks and Other Sty
Salt & Peppers Figuri
China Horses and Dogs
Montgomery's GifI
and Notus Jiand
Christmas GIFTS for the Entire
SHOP OUR STORE. OPEN EVENING
87 NEW INTERNATIONALS OFFERED
CHICAGO—Nov. 30—New truck engineering and design providing
advances in performance, safety and comfort mark the 87 new
L-Line basic truck chassis models introduced by the motor truck
division of International Harvester Company. Lights medium and
heavy-duty trucks from the L-Line are shown here. The new line
features shorter overall lengths, greater maneuverability, better
load distribution and more economical operation. A n«w cab dexlgn
offers greater all-around visibility and provides more interior roomi
ness, comfort and convenience. International Harvester also intro
duced with its heavy-duty-engineered L-Line new, improved power
plants, transmissions.
See this truck at our store—it’s different—you’ll like it.
C. F. Niswander
McCormick-Deering Dealer
Bluffton, Ohio
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5 and SUNDAY
Bluffton college eagers turned in a
stellar performance against Toledo
university’s big-time basketball team
at Toledo Monday night before going
down to defeat at the hands of the
Rockets by a score of 78 to 49.
That the Beaver showing was a
surprise to the Rockets was indi
cated by the report of a Toledo
newspaper: “Bluffton provided To
ledo with more competion, making a
fine showing for a small college
club. The visitors exhibited a num
ber of fine shooters and it wasn’t
until the first 10 minutes that To-
Here, There, and
Everywhere
Glen Hall was. re-elected president
of the Goodwill class of Gilboa
Methodist church at the annual game
supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Wehrly. Other officers: vice
pres., Mr. Wehrly sec.-treas., Mrs.
Ethel Gratz.
Neighbors and friends husked com
and marketed wheat for Mrs. Bessie
Bundy, widow, near Leipsic, the past
week. Mrs. Bundy’s husband died
recently.
Mrs. Edward Marquart of Beaver
dam received a prize for her English
cake recipe from Pillsbury Mills.
She will go to New York city Dec.
11-13 to compete in a final baking
contest in the Waldorf-Astoria ball
room.
Mrs. Edith Adams of Findlay be
came a great-grandmother twice
within three hours Sunday morning.
A daughter Vicki Susan was bom
shortly after midnight to Mr. and
Mrs. G. V. Lehr at Pittsburg,
Kansas and a son Mark David was
born at 2:45 a. m. to her grandson
Donald Adams and wife in Findlay
hospital. Mrs. Lehr is the former
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College Five Looks Good In Losing
First Game To Toledo, 78-49 Score
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON OHIO
ledo was able to pull away.”
In those first 10 minutes, the
Bluffton team battled their more
powerful opponents to a standstill,
with the score tied at 10-all. To
ledo then pulled away to a 38 to 20
halftime lead.
Big Jim Howe, a guard, paced the
Bluffton attack with 12 points Rich
Gratz had 11, and Russ Gratz and
Rosenberger each netted seven for
the Beavers.
Although it was the opening game
for Bluffton and the third for To
ledo, the Beavers had a total of 20
field goals to 30 for the winners.
Mary Jo Adams, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Roland Adams, Findlay,
and granddaughter of Mrs. Edith
Adams.
Nearly a ton of venison was
brought back Saturday by a group
of area hunters after a two-weeks
trip to the Canadian northwoods near
Sudbury, Ontario. The party was
composed of Jack Anderson and
Kenneth Miller of Col. Grove Paul
Dielman and C. L. Miller of Cairo
Kenneth and Dean Spearman of
Dunkirk and Bert Daniels of Forest.
The largest deer was an 18-point
buck weighing nearly 400 pounds.
Daniels, making his first trip to the
north woods bagged a 110 pound
timber wolf.
Kenneth McGeorge of Lima and
Miss Patricia Garrett of Wapakoneta
were married Nov. 19 at St. Joseph’s
church, Wapakoneta. The bride
groom is the son of Mrs. Cora Mc
George of Lima and nephew of
Chester and Waldo Huber of Bluff
ton. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Garrett, Wapak
oneta.
Tudor Bros., Col. Grove breeders
are showing five head of Shorthorn
cattle at the International Livestock
exposition in Chicago this week.
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fcrta si Co wall tires available al extra cost.
There's a
Columbus Grove high school
F. F. A. and F. H. A. chapters held
their annual rabbit and pheasant
dinner at the school cafeteria last
week.
W. C. Mayer, former Col. Grove
resident, is a surgical patient at
Crile hospital, Cleveland.
Mrs. Ed Morman, west of Col.
Grove is a patient at Lima St. Rita’s
hospital.
Misses Joan Trice of Col. Grove
and Patricia Hitchcock of Harrod
are members of the Nurses’ choir of
Lima Memorial hospital which sang
at the homecoming of the Harrod
Christian church, Sunday. Mrs. Max
Hartman of Col. Grove, sister of the
pastor, Rev. Willard Thomas, was
guest soloist at the morning service.
John Lugibill, student at Ohio
State university spent his Thanks
giving vacation in the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Lugi
bill at Col. Grove.
Elam Suter On State
Farm Bureau Board
Elam Suter, farmer of near Pan
dora, last week was elected to the
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s
board of directors at a meeting of
the state group in Columbus.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
The council of the Village of Bluffton will
receive sealed bids for furnishing materials
for doors for the Bluffton Village Fire De
partment in the Town Hall, Bluffton, Ohio
and labor for installing same.
Complete plans and spwifieat ions are on
file in the office of the Clerk of the Village
of Bluffton. Ohio, and may be inspected by
interested parties. Bid to specify price for
completed job which must be approved by the
Council of the Village of Bluffton.
Materials to include:
Two (2) twelve-inch (12"X Steel I Beams,
twenty-four (24') feet long.
One (1) twelve-inch (12/) St/cl .Post ten
(10') feet long. If/’
Two (2) Overhead Dodp? =nfne (O') feet
high by (10') feet w A In* one and three
fourths (17i") inchehriH "thickness.
All bids must be in hands of the clerk by
Monday. December 19, 1949 at 8 p. m.. when
same will be open mi and publicly read.
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bids.
By order of the council of the Village of
Bluffton, Ohio.
It's the one fine cor in the
low-price field
You’ll find Ford even finer for '50 full of luxury-car quality.
Yes, Ford's the only low-priced car with such features as the new,
quiet 100 h.p. V-8 engine .. silent, sound-conditioned ride ..
"Fashion Car" styling—more beautiful than ever. And the '50
Ford gives you more hip room, more shoulder room than any
other car in the low-price field.
50-Way* new '.
C. R. EMANS, Clerk 35
ss. You'll
non-sag
.. new
extra
of other
car's life.
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Take the wheel at your Ford Dealer’s and try the "feel" of this
exciting 1950 Ford. Feel the smooth "Mid Ship" Ride on Ford's
bump-erasing springs feel 35% easier stops with Ford's
"King Size" Brakes. Yes, drive a '50 Ford and you'll see why
Ford's the one fine car in the low-price field.
in your future with a future built in
BIXEL MOTOR SALES
131 Cherry St. Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio
AMBULANCE
PHONE
160-W
MAXIMUM EGG PRODUCTION
REQUIREMENTS
R. O. P.
(Record of Performance) Ancestor Stock
Free from Lice
Free from Worms
Free from Colds
Balanced Ration
If yon fail see Amstutz Hatcheries today!
Amstutz Hatcheries
E. J. Wahlie, Mgr.
BLUFFTON and PANDORA
THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1949
Our funeral home ONE
OF THE FINEST IN THIS
SECTION still provides
the friendly, home-like atten
tion a family needs when
overtaken by bereavement.
And along with “that finer
service” ALWAYS COMES
THAT LOWER PRICE.
BASINGER
FUNERAL HOME
BLUFFTON, OHIO
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and Feel
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