Protect Your Home
and Your Business
With Residence & Outside Theft Policy
and Storekeeper’s Burgliry & Robbery Policy.
SIDNEY C. STETTLER, INSURANCE
201 S. LAWN AVE.
Offers Friendly Service
Cream, Eggs and Poultry
CLAYTON HARKNESS, Mgr.
322 N. Main Street Bluffton Phone 284-W
Beef $1 per head. Hogs Dressed 25c Cwt.
Hogs dressed and processed ready for locker or home
freezer $2.50 per Cwt. Also beef by the quarter and hogs
by the side at reasonable prices.
The undersigned will sell at Public Auction 2 miles southwest
of Jenera 8 miles east of Bluffton.
Thursday, fob. 2
At 12:30 P. M.
LIVESTOCK—4 Angus cows 1 Brown cow 6 Angus heifers 2
14 Sows and Gilts to farrow in March 23 feeder pigs.
4 Registered Corriedale ewes 1 Corriedale buck 37 Grade ewes.
MACHINERY—1 1947 Model M. Int. Tractor with cultivators and
comfort cab buckrake for above tractor 14 in. M. M. plow on
rubber Model 12 New Idea tractor spreader 13-7 Van Brunt tractor
drill 4 bar tractor siderake on rubber Int. corn binder 8 ft. Int.
Cultipacker rotary' hoe buzz saw for Int. M. tractor Int. No. 6
Hammermill. All above machinery new since spring of 1946 Int.
tractor corn planter 10 A Int. disc harrow other machinery.
FEED—700 bu. corn 100 bu. oats 100 bales wheat straw some
Thomas Cratuford and
Eure by Bros., Owners
Having sold our farm we will sell at public auction on what is
known as the Cunningham farm located 5’/z miles east of Bluffton
on State Route 103, or 3% miles west of Jenera, on
Crawford & Heldman—Aucts.
Saturday, Feb. 4th
Beginning at 1:00 P. M.
The following property:
4 CATTLE—Registered Ayrshire, 3 years old, fresh about February
6, second calf red cow 4 years old, fresh about March 28, third
calf Holstein cow 4 years old, fresh about February 20, third calf
Holstein heifer 2 years old, fresh about March $.
HOGS—Gilt bred to farrow April 1.
POULTRY—65 heavy hens, mixed breeds.
FARM MACHINERY—BN Farmall tractor fully equipped with
power lift, lights, starter, belt pulley, wheel ^eights, swinging
drawbar and 10-inch tires 2-row cultivator for above tractor Model
110 International check-row corn planter with fertilizer attachment,
mounts on BN tractor (can be converted for other International
tractors) No. 8 International two twelve inch bottom plow mounted
on rubber. All the above equipment was bought in the fall of 1947
and has been used to farm 30 acres. It is as gribd as new. Mc
Cormick grain binder, 8 ft. cut Moline 10-7 fertilzer grain drill
Roderick Lean 7 ft. double disc McCormick corn biader Corn King
manure spreader Dain hay loader Wood 6 ft. mower DeLaval
cream separator hog fence steel posts forks, shlvels and other
FEED—Four tons good mixed loose hay 30 shocks ^bundled corn
fodder 350 bushels hand husked corn.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Wardrobe, library table, Edison phonograph,
upright piano, Ray-Boy coal heatrola, several straight chairs,
kitchen cabinet, 2 rugs, 9X12 Axminster rug, 12X15 ice box
battery radio, white enamel kitchen heater and other articles.
John Gilbert, Owner
Thrapp & Warren, Auctioneers Ream & Marshall, Clerks
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leedy, Miss
Marie Imbach and Noah Hochstettler
were Sunday dinner guests at the
Amos Gerber and Marion Hochstet
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart
and daughter and Ray Hirshfield
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Marquart and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman and
family called Friday evening on Mr.
and Mrs. Emory Basinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daugh
ters spent Friday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Donivan Montgomery
and daughter Connie entertained at
dinner Sunday in honor of their
daughter’s first birthday the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Burk
holder and son Harry, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Balmer and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Montgomery and son Robert.
Mr. and Mrs. John Luginbuhl of
Marion and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Grant and sons were Sunday dinner
guests of Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Stryker of
Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Dean Myers and family of
Mansfield. Mrs. Myers has been in
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Matter and
family spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dirlam and
family of Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and
family and Ernest Gratz called Fri
day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Mayberry and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rupright
and daughter spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. John Marquart
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and
family and Ernest Gratz called Sun
day afternoon on Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin
and family spent Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Schaublin.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller and
granddaughter Sue Ellen Cuppies
spent Wednesday evening at the
Ernest Gratz and Richard Core home
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon were Sunday even
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and
family were Sunday evening callers
at the Amos Gerber home.
Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter
Madeline spent Monday afternoon
with Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Basinger of
Col. Grove were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Follas
and daughter Joan in honor of Mrs.
Follas’s birthday and also her father
Mr. Basinger’s 84th birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillman and
family, Mrs. Ella Dillman, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Marquart spent Sunday
afternoon at the Amos and Weldon
Luginbuhl home. Evening callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Don Dillman and
Miss Alice Balmer called Thursday
afternoon on Mrs. Rhuel Kohler.
Mrs. Sam Kohler, Mrs. Chas.
Fridley and Mrs. Rhuel Kohler call
ed last Sunday afternoon on Mr. and
Mrs. Charley Keifer.
In the Court of Cpmnton Plea. of
Allen County, Ohio.
Dorothy Elizabeth 1 empsey, Plaintiff,
Edward L. Dem aey, Defendant.
Edward L. Dempse whose last known
address was c/o Ch|rlee_ Greathouse,
Newton Avenue, Kam.
take notice that the
against him in the
of Allen County, Ohl
39351. praying for a
___ _________ 310'
11 a City, Missouri, will
as filed her Petition
mrt of Common Pleas
same being Case No.
____ __ llvorce and other relief
and that the said acl on will be for hearing
on or after six week from the date of the
first publication of tis notice.
Defendant is rem red to answer within
the said six weeks
plaintiff’s Petition a ainst him will be con
sidered to be tru« and judgment taken
accordingly. ___ ___
the allegations of the
and judgment taken
DOROTHY EL ZABETH DEMPSEY,
By Clarence G.
News Want At
STAGE'S kOAL kIM
KEEPS OU WARM
THRU EVERY STORM
WITH A HI’AT THAT'S
Ordering our coal is more
than just ordering heat. It’s
driving winter away from your
N9MAIN$T.o A.C.&.Y, RY.
OFFICE 265-Y •••HOME 354 W
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Home games will be played dur
ing the next week by both Bluffton
High and Bluffton College eagers,
with the collegians appearing here
in a double-header on Saturday night
and the high school five playing on
their own ’floor next Tuesday.
Complete schedule for the coming
Friday, January 27
High School at Bellefontaine
Saturday, January 28
College Doubleheader, here
This Thursday, the Carma team
will play Spencerville at Beaverdam.
The opponents are in second place
in the league.
Moser, f...................... 1 3 5
Zuercher, f. ......... 3 0 6
Kirtland, f.......... 10 3 23
Ripley, f.................... 2 0 4
Everette, c. ....... 3 1 7
Hilty, g................... 2 0 4
Deppler, er................ .... 5 1 11
Moore, g..................... 3 0 6
High School And College Teams
Both In Home Games During Week
Tuesday, January 31
S. vs. Columbus Grove, here
Wednesday, February 1
College at Defiance
their appearance at Bellefon
Friday, the Pirates will at-
tempt to stay in the thick of the
fight for Wesern Buckeye league
Bluffton Carma theatre cagers con
tinued their undefeated romp in Al
len county independent league play
last Thursday night with a 70 to 55
decision over Beaverdam.
It was the second game of the
second round for the locals who
romped unbeaten through their first
six games, and the Carma five re
mained out in front of the pack at
Kirtland dumped in 23 markers
to lead the Carma outfit to victory,
with Deppler getting 11. For Beav
erdam Fett and Foulks divided scor
ing honors, each getting 16 counters.
Carma Cagers Continue League Lead
With 70-55 Win Over Beaverdam
championship honors. So far the
locals have won three of four con
tests in loop play, having been de
feated only by Celina, undefeated
Following the game with Bellefon
taine, the Lowrymen will have only
one loop assignment, a contest with
Van Wert here on February 10.
Bluffton college’s double-headei’
here this Saturday will pit the Beav
ers against the alumni, always a
favorite with fans as the stars of
former years return to flex their
muscles, following which the locals
will take on Giffin Junior college
Despite their poor season record
date, the Beavers are favored
both of the Saturday night games,
but they will be the underdogs again
when they travel to Defiance next
Rocky, g. ....... .............. 1 2 4
Totals .. .... ....... 30 10 70
Fett, f.......... .... ........... 7 2 16
Green, f.......... ________ 6 2 14
Foulks, f........ -....... 5 6 16
Rowers, c. ............... 0 0 0
Lenny, g....... .............. 1 3 5
Andrews, g..... .......... .... 1 2 4
Totals __ ____20 15 55
Public notice is hereby given that The Bluff
ton Telephone Company has filed with The
Public Utilities Commission 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 increases in rates and charges,
to be effective on the date or dates to be order
ed by the Commission, all as morel fully set
forth in the Application on fil withf the Com
mission and in the Ex
and made a part therl
visions will effect in]
charges throughout the]
baifc posed re
_rnw rates and
itelwitory in which the
A copy of the Application, Including a copy
of the present and the 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 George B. Quatman
Vice President! 41
out of VfeDthor
We are now equippi
of the grandest things about your Buiek is the
way you can ignore the season—chew ylur way
through gravel and dust alike, splash through the wet
stretches, snug and secure even on slippery pavements.
But bear this one thought in mindl..
Miller Buick Sales and Service
N. Main & Elm Sts. Bluffton, Ohio Phono 381-W
THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1950
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $2.50 for Horses .... $2.50 for Cows
According to size and condition.
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OfIfOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC.
i to give you this service winter or
Quarter------ Pork by the Side
A to Z Meat Market and Locker Service
127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W
flarket Price For
Poult] *y and Eggs
te Service—a phone call
truck to your door.
Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohic
Rough road conditions call
your lubricants. Tires shoul
inflation —for deep, clean
slick surface. Brakes won’]
and gentle touch if the mas1
fluid, or if an air-bubble ha
line. These things, and moi
keep your Buick at its best.
If that sounds like more thi
in mind—just drive into our
Our winter Lubricare treatment
—with specially trained mechJ
specifications as they go over yo]hr
Drive in this week, why don’t
prisingly low. The peace of mil
for special attention to
I be checked for correct
tread that bites on a
stop you with a sure
er cylinder needs more
k worked itself into the
should be checked to
one thought to bear
ihop and tell the man,
covers all these points
pics following factory
car from end to end.
tou? The price is sur
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