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PAGE TEN
Rockport
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Mayberry and daughter
Rose Leigh.
Thrapp & Warren, Auct.
-Floyd Tippin, Clerk
SIRLOIN OR RIB
STEAK
Public Sale
The undersigned will sell at public sale at his farm 5
miles north and 2’4 miles east of Arlington, or 3 miles
south and 2/2 miles east of Findlay, or 2 miles north
and i/2 rnile west of Houcktown
Wednesday, Jan. 18
Beginning at 1 p. m.
The following property
16 CATTLE—Registered Guernsey cow 5 yrs. old,
artificially bred last June registered Guernsey bull I1/-*
yrs. old Guernsey cow 6 yrs. old to be fresh in February
Guernsey cow 4 years old to be fresh in February Guern
sey cow 4 years old, giving good flow to milk Guernsey
cow 2 yrs. old with calf by side Guernsey heifer 2 yrs. old
fresh soon Holstein cow 3 yrs. old giving good flow of
milk Holstein cow 4 yrs. old, fresh soon Jersey-Brown
Swiss cow 6 yrs. old milking 3 Holstein heifers coming 3
yrs. old, bred last November Guernsey heifer 9 months
old Shorthom-Holstein steer 10 months. These cattle all
T. B. and Bangs tested and papers to that effect will be
furnished.
131 HOGS—14 Hampshire brood sows 4 of these are
registered registered Hampshire boar registered Duroc
sow Duroc gilt eligible to registry 16 feeding shoats avg.
135 lbs. 98 feeder pigs 12 to 14 weeks old.
POULTRY_ 200 AAA New Hampshire Red pullets
laying 70%.
300 Bushels good corn.
FARM MACHINERY—Oliver Superior 16 hole grain
and fertilizer power lift tractor drill like new New Idea
manure spreader, a good one John Deere high lift 2
bottom 12 inch tractor plow with jointers and coulters and
4 sets points 3-section McCormick-Deering spring tooth
harrow used one season 2-section spring tooth harrow 2
unit Hinman milker, low vacuum with extra bucket in good
condition Rite-way electric heater 6 good milk cans 18z
inch power lawn mower 500 lbs. Can’t Clog hog feeder
100 gal. valve type winter hog fountain good fuel oil
heating stove chicken feeders new electric chicken water
fountain.
Thorobred black cocker spaniel pup.
TERMS—CASH.
Wm. Amstutz, Jr. & Earl Foltz, Owners
Home Killed Meats
BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB
............ ....4='.—: 111
Lean Bulk
Sausage lb. 39c
PORK ROAST
Sliced
Bacon lb. 29c 39c
Pork Chops 1
STEER
Our Own Make
Bologna lb. 45c
AUTHORIZED DEALER
BIRDS EYE
OST E FOO DS
Peas pack 27c
Weiners 3 lbs. $1.00
Nordic
Ice Cream Gal. $1.49
All Flavors
The annual meeting of Lima
Presbyterial will be held at the
Olivet Presbyterian church in Lima,
Tuesday of next week. Several
members of the local missionary
society plan to attend.
lb. 59c
Jlibs lb. 10c
Lean
^ean, Loin
Cuts
Pork Hocks lb. 29c Spare Ribs, lb. 39c
BEEF ROAST
lb. 29c
1
Shoulders
Jowl
Bacon 5 lbs. $1.00
lb. 35c
Lean
Chuck
lb. 49c
Our Own Make
Smoked
Sausage lb. 39c
BREAD Y0UR CH0ICE 2L0AVES 29c
Miller’s Model Dairy
Milk 2 qts. 35c
Lard 2 lbs. 25c
Bologna 4 lbs. $1.00
White
0 1 e o 2 lbs. 39c
Yellow
0 1 e o 2 lbs. 59c
WE NOW HAVE LOCKERS TO RENT
Mrs. Herbert Marshall underwent
major surgery at St. Rita’s hospital
in Lima last Friday morning. Her
condition is fair at this writing. Mrs.
Herbert Marshall, Jr., of Toledo is
the attending nurse.
Final rites for Clyde R. Rockhill
were held Saturday in the Chiles and
Son Funeral home in Lima with the
Rev. Willard Thomas officiating.
Burial was in Blue Lick cemetery.
Mr. Rockhill was born here and will
be remembered by many of our older
residents.
The young people and children ot
the Presbyterian Sunday school took
advantage of the first real snow of
the season and had a coasting party
at the home of Rose Leigh May
berry, Sunday afternoon. Following
this they met at the church to plan
the Youth Budget for the coming
year with their adviser Miss Edythe
Cupp.
Robert Marshall who completed his
course in Pre-medicine at Ohio State
University the past quarter, returned
to Columbus last Tuesday where he
is now employed while awaiting en
trance to medical college.
The Profit and Pleasure Club will
gather in the home of Mrs. J. O.
Cupp for the January program, Wed
nesday afternoon of next week.
“Early Life of a Lumber Jack” has
been assigned to Mrs. J. C. Begg
and “Rough Riders of the River”
will be presented by Mrs. Glen
Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Begg and Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Begg left early
last week for a trip to Texas with
sight seeing at various points en
route. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of
Columbus Grove are assisting John
and William in keeping the home
fires burning.
Mrs. Malcolm Ewing will be
hostess to the W. S. C. S. of the
Methodist church Wednesday after
noon of next week with the follow
ing program: Devotions, Mrs. Arthur
Price Program leader, Mrs. Clifford
Fruchey Special feature, Mrs. Lena
Rockhill.
Funeral services for Fred S. Bende
were held in Davis-Miller and Son
Cathedral chapel in Lima, Monday
at 10 a. m. Mr. Beade died Friday
morning in Toledo following a six
months illjiess. He is survived by
his wife, Ocie, three daughters and
a son. He was born and raised in
Rockport and was well known in this
community. Burial was in St. Mat
thew’s cemetery in Cridersville.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Reagan and
son Randy of Dayton spent the
week end here and at the home of
the former’s parents Mr. and Mrs.
William Reagan near Beaverdam.
Mrs. Reagan who is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell, reports
that her father has been quite ill
since their arrival in Los Angeles,
more than a month ago, and that
they do not plan to return until the
middle of March.
Thanks
Thanks to all you good boys and
girls and grownups also for the
many toys in our Tide of Toys cam
paign also Boss Mfg. Co., and Page
Dairy for boxes for shipping.
*...•«
Bluffton American Legion Post
Bluffton Legion Auxiliary
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Bluffton Snubbed By
Stork, Gets First Baby
(Concluded from page 1)
Habegger infant’s victory.
Father of the derby winner is em
ployed at The Triplett Electrical In
strument Co. Little Raelene Kay
has a brother, Ronnie, in the third
grade.
Grandparents of the baby derby
winner are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Habegger, of near Bluffton, and Mr.
and Mrs. Gid Luginbuhl, of West
Elm street.
Baby Raelene will receive gifts
contributed by 60 local merchants,
and the father and mother also will
share in the jackpot provided in the
derby running.
Other prizes, however, remain to
be claimed. The first boy baby born
in the hospital will receive a $5
award contributed by Harold Vance,
North Main service station operator,
and the first 1950 twins will get an
extra $10 provided by Mr. and Mrs.
Vance.
Dr. B. W. Travis, attending physi
cian for the derby winner, will
receive a gift also from a local firm.
During the long wait for the ar
rival of Bluffton’s first 1950 baby,
news broadcasts were heard from as
far away as Dallas, Texas, and from
Canadian stations, and stories went
out over the major newspaper wire
services as the stork continued to
shun the town.
Richland Center
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olt and Lee
Amstutz were past week callers at
the Wm. Amstutz home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Matter were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Matter and daughter
Carolyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hochstettler
and family were last Wednesday
callers of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ba
singer and daughters.
Misses Sharon Gratz and Barbara
Boutwell spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin and
family of Col. Grove. Other Sun
day evening supper guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Wilford Gratz, Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daugh
ter Marcia and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schaublin in honor of their daugh
ter Wiana’s fifth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas spent
last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Basinger of Columbus Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Basinger
were Monday dinner guests at the
John Barnhart and Ralph Wood
head home. Afternoon callers were
Mrs. Don Dillman and son Jimmy.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter Emily spent last Tues
day evening at the Noah Hoch
stletter home.
Mr. afid Mrs. Robert Marquart
spent Sunday afternoon at the Amos
and Weldon Luginbuhl home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amstutz of
Toledo spent the week end at the
Wm. Amstutz home. Other Sunday
dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Amstutz, Jr. and sons.
John Barnhart who has been sick
for a few weeks is improving and
able to be up.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin
called Saturday evening on Mrs. J.
I. Luginbuhl.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon called last Thurs
day evening at the Ernest Gratz
and Richard Core home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family called Sunday evening at the
Amos Gerber and Marion Hoch
stettler home.
Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Montgomery
and daughter Connie and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Diller and children
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. Quinten Burkholder and
son Harry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and
son Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Faye
Isham were Sunday evening supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Marquart and daughter in honor of
their daughter Barbara’s fourth
birthday.
Insurance Meeting
Annual meeting of the Mennonite
Mutual Aid Society will be held in
the High school building, (Main
street entrance), Bluffton, Ohio,/Sat
urday, January 21, 1950 at 2 to. m.
for election of directors and trans
action of any other busine^ that
may properly come before the meet
ing.
40 Albert Winder, Sec.
LEGAL NOTICE
Clessie Lee Ftienu. wnoee last A now n place
of address was Clessie Lee Friend, 334 East
Austin Avenue, Flint Michigito, is hereby
notified that Delbert Friend, Las tiled his
petition against her for divorce and other
equitable relief, on the grounds of gross
negleot of duty, in Case Number 39332 of
the Common ,Pleas Court otf Allen County,
Uhio, anp*bit said cause will be lor hearing
on or arfiut (six we^ks from/the date of the
first puplieutwn jpf/this notife.
7 -A dFrbin & kavarre
Attorney for Plaintiff
Dominion Building
Lima, Onio 42
LEGAL NOTICE
Publis notice is hereby Jven that The Bluff
ton Telephone Company fhas filed with The
Public Utilities CommissiJn of Ohio an Appli
cation, the substance and!prayer of which are
to increase its rates and charges for telephone
service and to file its Tariff. P. U. C. O. No.
4 to effect such increaseslin rates and charges,
to be effective on the da® or dates to be order
ed by the Commission, fall as more fully set
forth in the Applicationion file with the Com
mission and in the Exlibits thereto attached
and made a part therif. The proixsed re
visions will effect inlrenses in rates nnd
charges throughout thelterritory in which the
Company operates.
A copy of the Appli»tion. including n copy
of the present and tie proposed schedules,
may be inspected by any interested party at
the office of the Commission, Ohio Depart
ments Building. Columbus. Ohio, or any busi
ness office of the Company.
THE BLUFFTON TELEPHONE COMPANY
By Onstman
Vice President 41
Detroit Tech Tops
Beavers Tuesday
Detroit Tech basketeers defeated
Bluffton college in a game played on
the downtown Detroit Y. M. C. A.
floor Tuesday afternoon. Final score
was Detroit, 60 Bluffton 53.
Bluffton led at halftime 28 to 23.
High point man for the Beavers was
Russell Gratz with a total of 24
tallies.
Returning from Detroit, Bluffton
began pointing for two games next
week, Monday night when the Beav
ers meet Ohio Northern here and
Wednesday night when they journey
to Cedarville.
Games in the Mid-west Ohio col
lege league, Tuesday night saw Ash
land defeating Defiance by a score
of 82 to 63 and Cedarville topped
Wilmington, 71 to 70.
Here, There, and
Everywhere
Edgar (Bud) Snyder, son of Mr.
andMrs. J. M. Snyder of Leipsic has
been returned to his home from
Lima Memorial hospital where he
was treated for injuries when the
car which he was driving was hit by
a train at a grade crossing south of
Leipsic.
Mrs. Eugene Tischenhoff of Dola
was guest speaker at aluncheon of
the W. S. C. S. of Ada Methodist
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Common Pleas Court
Of Allen County, Ohio
Case No. 39180
H. Owen Mason,
Plaintiff,
vs.
The Domestic Realty Company,
et al,
Defendants.
The defendants Bernice Brumbaugh, Nor
man, Oklahoma and Royal W. Teegardin,
Norman, Oklahoma and the heirs at law,
devisees, legatees, trustees, assignees, re
ceivers, beneficiaries, the surviving spouses,
the divorced surviving spouses, children, de
scendents, creditors, successors in interest,
executors, administrators and legal repre
sentatives of Myrtle McMillen, deceased,
Olive Teegardin, deceased and Martha L.
Teegardin, deceased will take notice that
on the 14th day of September, 1949 the
plaintiff H. Owen Mason filed his Petition in
the Common Pleas Court of Allen County,
Ohio, Case Number 39180 against them and
others praying for a decree quieting title or
in the alternative for an Order marshalling
liens as against said defendants to or on
said real estate in said Petition described,
to-wit:
i
Inlots Number Thirteen Thousand Tjiree
Hundred Ninety-One (13,391). Thirteen
Thousand Three Hundred NinetyjTwo
(13,392), Thirteen Thousand Three Hundred
Ninety-Three (13,393) in O’Brien’s Addition
to the City of Lima, Allen County, fohio.
The prayer of said Petition is for a rtecree
quieting plaintiff’s title as against all defend
ants or in the alternative marshalling liens,
sale oL-prflfieH!y' BK8 eqttllable relief! Said
defendants are required to answer sail Peti
tion on or before the 28th day of January,
IBoO or judgment and decree will He taken
against them in accordance with the Brayer of
the Petition,
1
H. OWEN MASON
By Robert Tait, His Attorney
607 Savings Building
Lima, Ohio
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church last Wednesday. Other guests
were Mrs. Donald Elwood and son
Tommy and Gene Tischenhoff of
Dola.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ruff and Mr. and
Mrs. Ferd Warren of Leipsic were
in Chicago last week on a business
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chamberlain of
Mt. Cory are parents of a daughter
born at Lima St. Rita’s hospital,
Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and
family and Mrs. Nellie Smith of
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THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1950
ANNOUNCING
OPENING OE
BLUEFTON CEMENT BLOCKS
Benton'Ridge have returned from a
two weeks’ trip to Florida.
Miss Margaret Granger of Glen
dale, Calif., is spending a month in
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Granger of Col. Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plachard,
formerly of Col. Grove have moved
to Texas.
Lt. George Baker spent several
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Baker at Gilboa. He was en
route to Honolulu where he will be
stationed.
Beaverdam Food Market
Saturday, January 14th
Operated by
HENRY VOLANT & ARTHUR RECKER
Beaverdam, Ohio
NO
DOUBLE JOINTED
PEOPLE
/l WISH
I WAS
/TL-Vm
double
“Double Jointed” people have merely loose and stretched
ligaments. Double "Joints mean two joints, of which there
are, of course, no cases. 1—“Popular Fallacies”—A. S. E.
Ackermann—Thii’d Edition.
If you've always wished for a place where the standards
are high, the will to please strong and merchandise and
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