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Dwarf Apple Tree Special: 4'-5 size chosen for pollination. 1 Baldwin, 1 Cortland, 1 Red Delicious, 1 Red McIntosh, 1 Yel low Delicious, 1 Yellow Trans parent, 6 Dandies. All for only $21. These are the dwarf type trees. I will be in the Bluffion area this Thursday, Friday a|id Saturday. Phone *146-W for appointment. PAUL H. ^ILLER Box 450 Piqua, Ohio .............. HAMPSHIRE SOW SALE Schantz Farm, southeast of Ada, intersection Rts. 195 and 30-S Thursday Feb. 16 I Bred for March and April Farrow Walter Schaintz, Ada, O. Paul Kraft, Dola, O. Better Food at Stoney's Thursday—CHOP SUEY Friday—FISH & CHIPS Sunday—CHICKEN, STEAK, HAM Homemade pies Stoney’s Restaurant Rawson, Ohio Cupid can’t miss with am munition like this—shirts, ties, sport shirts, pajamas and socks aimed straight and true at the man who cares! Colors and styles fresh as a new romance, quality that until the end it’s laboratory laundry tested, are not quite as complete as we’d like them to be. but you’ll still have fun select ing! Van Hensen stays faithful because checked, On the Carma squad are Art The Carma five is leading the pack as the pace-setter in Allen county independent basketball league play, and the Brikcrete outfit is undefeat ed so far this season. Two crack independent Bluffton cage teams will tangle Saturday night in the High school gymnasium in a contest between Bluffton Carma and Bluffton Brikcrete fives. Carina And Brikcrete Cagers Will I Meet In Saturday Night Contest Home appearances during the coming week by Bluffton High school and Bluffton college basketball teams will give local cage followers an op portunity to see both outfits in ac tion on the Bluffton court. Pirates Will Meet North Baltimore Here Friday College At Home Tuesday Bluffton High’s home contest will be a game here Friday night with North Baltimore, a crack Class outfit and the collegians next Tues day night will tangle with Ashland’s Eagles in a Mid-Ohio league fray. Complete schedule for the coming week follows: Wednesday, February 1 College at Defiance Friday, February 3 S. vs. North Baltimore, here College at Indiana Tech. II. Tuesday, February 7 College vs. Ashland, here The high school contest with North Baltimore here Friday will mark a two-week layoff from Western Buck eye league play for the Pirates. Then, on Friday, Feb. 10, Bluffton will conclude loop competition in a game at Van Wert. Selections Dagger Three games during the coming week will keep Bluffton college Beav ers on the hot scat. The games with Defiance this Wednesday and with A A. GJ fe W Sabre Belts Billfolds GEIGER Hilty, J. Everett, Weldon Deppler, Keith Kirtland, Ken Moser, B. Wilch, R. Zuercher, D. Rocky, Keith Moore and B. Ripley. Playing for the Brikcrete will be Fred Herrmann, John Herrmann, R. Lowry, 1). Amstutz, W. Amstutz, G. Weaver and R. Wilch. In the preliminary Pandora Mill ing eagers will tangle with Beaver dam Independents at 7:30. Ashland here next Tuesday will be in Mid-Ohio league competition. Ashland is tied with Findlay for leadership of the loop. LEGAL NOTICE Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Ohio. Elizabeth Dempsey, Plaintiff, vs. In the Dorothy Edward L. Dempsey, Defendant. Edward L. Dempsey, whose last known address was c/o Charles Greathouse, 310 Newton Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri, will take notice that the undersigned, Dorothy Elizabeth Dempsey, has filed her Petition against him in the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Ohio, same being Case No. 39351. praying for a divorce and other relief and that the said action will be for hearing on or after six weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice. Defendant is required to answer within the said six weeks or the allegations of the plaintiff’s Petition against him will be con sidered to be true and judgment taken accordingly. DOROTHY ELIZABETH DEMPSEY, Plaintiff. By Clarence G. Fischer, iiiii til Scimitar A Men’s Store Featuring Gifts for Discriminating Men Bluffton, Ohio Her Attorney 45 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO I Allen County, ss. Estate of George Henry DILLER Klay Deceased 150 Mound St., Josephine Burkholder of Bluffton, Ohio, has been ______ ____ __ ___ appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of George Henry Klay late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 10th day of January. 1950. RAYMOND P. SMITH Probate Judge THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Pleasant Hill Mrs. Florence Andrews spent the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Reichen bach caring for her brother who recently submitted to an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and family entertained for dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber and Miss Etta Jo Maynard and Dale Huber of Columbus. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Jennings and son were A. L. Watt and son, Ed Baertshe of Lima and Russell Binkley. and evening Mrs. Willard Mr. and Mrs. Past week callers of Miss Claribel Owens and Mrs. Sarah Oates and son were Mr. and Mrs. John Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Owens, children Tommy and Susie, John Nice, Ben Dally and Mrs. Mabel Hilty. Miss Etta Jo Maynard spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber. The Community will hold their regular meeting this Thursday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hixonbaugh and children were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Halley Sheets and son. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blosser and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and daughters. Miss Joanne Barnes is convalescing at home following an appendicitis operation at Bluffton last Wednes day. Sunday evening visitors were Betty Blosser, Betty Larue, Joanne Bicknell, Marlene Spal linger, Deloris Cleola Zimmerman. Clate Scoles were callers. Gleason, Naomi Hauenstein and Mr. and Mrs. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mack Andrews spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gallant and daughter Sunday with Mrs. Ollie Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. sons Mrs. Donivan Moser Kenneth Moser guests of Mr. and Gratz. and Roily Moser and and Laverne and Larry, Mr. Warren Moser, and were Mr. and Mr. and Sunday dinner Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber called on Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lee were dinner guests of Mr. and mar Adams and family. Gerald Huber and Sunday evening Del- rs. and Watt were Mr. and Mrs. Avery Ronald and Ed Baertche day evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Strotton. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and children and Dale Huber and Miss Eta Jo Maynard were Saturday even ing dinner guests at the R. L. Huber home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hilty and son were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hilty and daughters. Putting Soybeans into Permanent Farming” is a now bulletin just re leased by the Agricultural Extension Service in Ohio. Your county agri cultural agent has copies. FIRST and Finest Pandora Francis Miller of Toledo spent several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burkhart. Miss Barbara Ann Steiner, Lima, has been a visitor in the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Noah G. Steiner. The Bi-Centennial club held its annual business meeting on Wednes day with a casserole luncheon at 12 o’clock in the country home of Mrs. Francis Lehman. At this time their “Sunshine Friends” were revealed. After the luncheon the election of officers was held. George Packman, in the Stanley Mr. and Brs. Piqua, spent several days home of their daughter Mrs. Burkhart and family. children Mrs. Robert Weber and of Kokomo, Ind., are spending some time in the home of her father Noah Schumacher and Helen. W. C. Zuercher and Elmer Geiger left Sunday for several days to at tend a meeting at the Purina Farm at St. Louis, Missouri. Winfred Geiger, of Toledo, was a week end guests at the Louis Risser farm. Mrs. Geiger and children have been visiting there for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van called on Mrs. Oren Cupp Bluffton Community hospital ly. Meter at the recent- Bundy Captain and Mrs. Edgar were guests in the home of Noah Schumacher and daughter Helen dur ing the Tri-County evangelistic cam paign. Stanley Burkhart, a surgical pa tient in Memorial hospital was ported progressing satisfactorily Monday. re on of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Toledo were Sunday guests in home of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Lehman. the Harley Van Meter, Rockport, was a visitor of Mr. anti Mrs. Lloyd Van Meter on Sunday. In the after noon they were callers in the home I of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Meter near Findlay. Mrs. Louis Risser and son Charles left last Wednesday for Philadelphia to be at the bedside of the former’s FOR SALE If you are able and willing to work and desire a nrotflable business, see me Fhod Market.* 40 acres with modern home and other good buildings. If you want a nice country place, see this one for $12,500. 110 acres, good soil, equipped with big barn and modern home of 7 rooms, in Allen county. You can not heat this farm buy at $150 per acre. If you are interested in a stock farm of 300 or 400 acres, ask to be shown this one. It has plenty of good land as well as buildings. OREN DICKASON REALTOR Ada, Ohio 221 West University Avenue Phone Blue 319 Chevrolet alone at Lowest Cost! CHEVROLET in the low-price field gives you highest do’ famous Fisher Body lower cost Here’s your buy for 1950 ... for all the things you want in a motor car at lowest cost ... the new Chevrolet with Style Star Body by Fisher! It’s the one and only low-priced car that offers you a choice of automatic or standard drive with the thrilling new Powerglide Automatic Transmission and new 105-h.p. Valve-in-Head Engine for finest automatic drive results and with a highly improved, more powerful Valve-in-Head engine and the famous Silent Synchro-Mesh Transmission for finest standard drive results—at lowest cost. AMERICA’S BEST SELLER mother, Mrs. Hodge, who is critically ill, having suffered a heart attack some time ago and other complica tions. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO Allen County, ss. Estate of Menno S. Burkholder Decensod Truman R. Burkholder of R. D. No. 2. 1 luffton, Ohio, has been appointed and ualified as Executor of the estate of Menno Burkholder late of Allen County, Ohio, 'Ceased. Dated this 17th dav of fanuagr. 1950. SMiflr RAYMOND Brighter Days for your Kitchen WATCH FOR THEM 1 KNOW WE HAVEN'T MONEV ENOUGH TO GET MARRIED ON, PET BUT COULDN'T live vmith your isl mtn THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1950 Don’t Dig 43 Prob&e jjjflge COMING** FEBRUARY 10-11 When pipes, Drains or Sewers are clogged it’s easier and cheap er to open them with the Electric Eel. No fuss or muss roots, stones, debris gleaned out quickly and leaves di new. NO- THEY’RE STILL LIVING WITH THEIR FOLKS. FOLKS? BRUMfiNElECTRIC RESIDENCE 117 EAST KIBLER. masterTegg mash Today it’s important to be sure your laying hens get a feed that will fully support their ability to lay. 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