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THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1950
I s sows Occo Mineral Compound contains minerals that help build healthy, strong-boned, productive brood sow*. Feed Occo Mineral Compound both before ar 1 after far rowing. Note I ow it helps you get biggt litters of .. pig* that stronger pigs have extra ounces' of baby fat Note, too 1 helps the cond. don of your brood sows axu how Occq how much mote adequate the milk sup pl] is during sue] ling time. KIDD WAYNE 15-R Bluffton, Ohio Phone 5 Route No. 2 PRESCRIPTION) i I 'ss^*tS£ HE ingredients your doctor 1 orders, of course but also there goes th* scientific knowl edge and skill of experience ot •ur expert pharmacist*. That’s why you may bring prescription* t* u* with confidence. The Rexall Drug* Store Prescription Pharmacy WHEEL BALANCING SPECIAL Have your wheels balanced on our “Stewart Warner Electronic Balancer” Regular Price $5.00 6 HH Plus weight Special $ ■‘•UU We also invite you to visit us and drive the 1950 Chevrolet with Powerglide Automatic Transmission. Steiner pfeevrelet Sales and Sendee 204-206 N. Main St. Phone 135-W Bluffton The males in this mating are Albert Reichenbach who went over seas with the 329th infantry arrived in New York. He is at Camp Mills and will be transferred to Camp Sherman soon to be honorably dis charged. Edwin Stauffer who was overseas in the chemical service has arrived in New York. H. Ray Staater, who was attached to the staff of a base hospital in France, is enroute home. Olney Daft of Orange Township arrived in New York, Saturday, from France. Edgar Koontz, from Orange town ship, is in Tout, France. Major Robert McPeak member of the 37th Buckeye division w-as award ed the Distinguished Service Cross. He may also be awarded the French Cross. A cootie exhibit, safely embeded in tallow, is on exhibit in the News window. The display was sent home by Corp. Chas. Hilty to his brother Chris Hilty. The boys say they are YOUR Let the seal of the Farm Bureau insurance companies be your guide to complete protection for all your needs. Paul E. Whitmer, Agent 245 W. Grove Street Bluffton, Ohio mmi records of 300 eggs and higher! farm who are National known fol egg size, long laying life, large characteristics of these leghorns. HIGH QUALITY E HUBBARDS HEW HAMPSHII Sexed pullets and cockerels in all br anteed first 2 weeks. 95% sex gw Come in or phone 182-W and place yoi chicks when you want them. NEWS OUR FATHERS READ FROM ISSUE OF FEBRUARY 6,1919 Phone 350-W [. U. S. Approved (M^Pullorum Controlled “Better Bred Chicks” Master Mating White Leghorns PARKS BARRED ROCKS Quality of chicks and their future profitable production ability greatly depends on their pedigree and progeny breeding^ background. We do not make exorbitant claims for our chicks but we know they job for you. We recommend com] all around performance. JORG HATCHERY small but sure can raise a big dis turbance. Bluffton’s electric system will change from direct to alternating service in the next two weeks. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Steiner, and a son was born also to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Redick. Walter Gratz who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Sanitorium, returned home. Emmet Stauffer who was serving in the band at Camp Gordon was honorably discharged and returned home. Layton Manges was honorably dis charged from Camp Knox. Charles Worthington, was honor ably discharged from Sparrows Point, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stratton in stalled a Delco lighting system in their country home, barn and other buildings. Hollie Euller arrived from Camp Dodge, Iowa, to visit his sister Mrs. Albert Benroth. He left early this week for the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Euller at Rapid City, Mich. Robert Block has arrived home from Great Lakes Naval Training Station where he served as an in structor in wireless telegraphy. Rural mail carriers will now deliver parcels addressed to persons in town residing along their routes. George Griswack of Mt. Cory left for Canada on a speculation trip. Several airplanes passed over Orange-township headed north in the direction of Toledo. East Orange Mrs. Raymond Kimmel and daugh ter Patsy spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Pete Hartman and daugh ters. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Boutwell of Shelby were supper guest sof Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boutwell, Tuesday. Mrs. Edith Stager was a caller Fri day. The Ladies Missionary meeting of the Riley Creek Baptist church met in the home of Mrs. Lewis Wagner on Wednesday afternoon with eighteen members and one visitor present Mrs. Mary Heldman and Mary Freed spent Thursday evening with Katie Neff, Maggie Kurtz and Mag gie Wilson of Jenera. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stager spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joy Stager of near Dunkirk. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Inbody and children Buddy and Beverly of Ann Arbor, Mich., spent the week end with the latter’s mother. Mrs. Ethel M. Boutwell, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Boutwell and daugh ters Barbara and Marcia were also dinner guests Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tripplehom and daugh ter Helen Ann of Findlay were after noon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Bame of near Ada called on Burnell Bame and family, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Boutwell of Shelby were over night guests last Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ted W. Smith and daughter Jane of Arlington spent Sunday in the C. M. Heldman home. Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Van Atta of Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. Burley Bout well were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Boutwell and son Michael. Mrs. Cleah Ewing of Bluffton spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Laura Wagner who has been ill. News Want Ads Bring Results. gbanded, individually pedigreed, with dam trapnest They were bred and hatched by Foreman leghorn winning repeatedly in the National laying tests. Large dy type, and high average production are common AND MEAT BRED CHICKS 'arl R. Jorg, Prop. Menno Augsburger and Donald Balmer, Assistants HOLTZAPPLES WHITE ROCKS ss the inherited breeding capacity to do a good our chicks with chicks of any other source for Hatches twice weekly. 95% livability guar itee on pullet orders. PRICES REASONABLE. order as early as possible so you can get your THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Steiner, daughter Charlene of Leipsic, spent the week end in Rossford, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Steiner. Bernard Davies, student at Bowl ing Green university spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Virginia Davies. The following institute officers have been elected for 1951 Fanners Institute in the Pandora Community. President, David Carr vice presi dent, Hiram Kohli secretary-treas urer, Elmer Diller executive com mittee, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Som mer. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Fran cis Niswander. Mrs. Louise Kelbley of Fostoria, was a guest in the home of Mrs. Leah Bracy on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheidler are speading some time in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Steiner and daughter Barbara Ann of Lima, were week end guests in the Noah G. Steiner home. Mrs. Magdalene Wilson, nurse at Veterans Administration Center, Dayton, was a guest in the home of her sister Mrs. Virginia Davies for several days. Mrs. Laurel Bracy and infant Re becca Jean, were removed from the Bluffton Community hospital to her home in Pandora on Monday. Mrs. Clara Light had as her guest in her home Sunday Miss Inez Mc Adams. Miss Joan Amstutz, a student of Lima Memorial hospital school of nursing, spent the week end in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Amstutz. Charles Reese, of Pandora, has been named to the Highway Com mittee of the Ohio Program Commis sion to represent the Ohio Grange it was announced Monday by Demo cratic Senator Clingan Jackson, of Youngstown, who is chairman of the commission. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Heckathorn, Piqua, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Burkhart, Eleanor and J. D. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burkhart were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Dibert and family at Ohio City. merican Adventurers By Elmo Scott Watson Machine Gun Maestro N/f OST men have to decide early in life whether they want to become soldiers of fortune or stay home and make money in business. Sam Dreben never could make up his mind. But he was successful at both. In 1912, when Gen. Campa led an uprising against the Mexican gov ernment, Dreben joined the rebels. Near Parral, when Gen. Campa’s son was killed in front of him, the rebels’ morale broke and they began to retreat in confusion. Only pudgy Sam Dreben remained calm. He sat at a machine gun and covered the retreat with a constant hail of bullets that permitted the rebel troops to take up an orderly position in the real'. When the revolution was put down, he crossed the border to El Paso and made a small fortune selling guns. But Huerta led an uprising against Villa and Dreben decided to go to the latter’s defense. Sit ting astride his famous machine gun at Bachima pass, he held off the Huerta forces. Single handed he delayed them until Villa could re organize his troops and turn a re treat into a victory. Then he re turned to El Paso again and made a half million dollars in Green Mon ster copper stock! Although Sam was rich and al most 40 when we entered the World war, he enlisted. Leading a group of doughboys, he silenced a menac ing German machine gun emplace ment in a battle near Etienne. Forty Germans had to be killed before his mission was accomplished and Dreben killed 23 of them himself. For that feat, General Pershing himself pinned the Distinguished Service Cross on Dreben’s already medal-heavy chest. Western Newspaper Union. Donald R. Ecker, 19, Fostoria, has been awarded a $1,200 scholarship in the College of Agriculture at Ohio State University. He intends to major in agricultural engineering. Know how much cash and Incom* your family would need for al hast th* next five y*o»» anything happened Io yout k H. F. Klingler 126 Poplar St. Phone 132-Y Bluffton, O. THE PRUDENTIAL KURANS COMPANY OF AMERICA Here, There, and Everywhere Relatives and friends honored Mrs. John Basinger of Col. Grove with a surprise party, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Frantz of Arlington entertained at a birthday party Sunday honoring the second birthday of their son Wayne Allen and the third birthday of his aunt little Jane Ann Grohoske, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grohoske and a sister of Mrs. Frantz. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bauman, Raw son are parents of a girl born in Findlay hospital, Thursday. Dale George has been removed from Findlay hospital to his home in Rawson. Seventeen members of the Blanch ard Township high school basketball squad of Gilboa were entertained at a dinner given by Robert Baker of that place last Wednesday. Ray Kurtz, son-in-lay of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lentz of Col. Grove died recently from injuries sustained in an automobile accident near his home in Monroe, Mich. Mrs. Kurtz, the former Alice Lentz of Col. Grove, survives together with two children. Pvt. Richard Baxter, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baxter of Col. Grove has been transferred to the 440th Signal Aviation Construction Battalion near Tokyo, Japan, accord ing to word received here. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Halker of Col. Grove have received word that their son Cpl. Richard Halker has arrived in Japan. He expects to be there for two years. Mrs. Geo. Forney of Gilboa is a surgical patient in Lima St. Rita’s, hospital. Farmers and Sportsmen’s club of Col. Grove numbering 150 held their annual fish fry in St. Anthony’s parish hall last week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meyers of Leipsic were called to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Roy Rush of Pan dora, a surgical patient in Lima Memorial hospital. Lewis Myers is ill at his home in Col. Grove. The former Gilboa Methodist church building has been sold for $1,400 to Fred Hunter, Jr. The building will be used in work af filiated with Pentecostal movement. Mrs. Harold Brown was honored with a birthday surprise at her home in Benton Ridge when a tureen supper was enjoyed. Kenneth McNamara of Cairo is a patient in Lima St. Rita’s hospital with a fractured leg as the result of an accident at the Ohio Steel foundry I in Lima, Friday. John Agner, 7, son of Robert Agner who was critically burned in a flash fire at Ottawa last October has been returned from Lima Me morial hospital to his home. The fire took the life of his grandfather, Dale Agner and his uncle, Chas. 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Leipsic Lutheran parish will hold its Father-Son banquet Thursday night with Rev. Richard Powell of Brecksville, formerly of Leipsic as speaker. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White of Mt. Cory celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary, Friday. Mr. White is aged 87 years and his wife 86. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuns of Gilboa celebrated their 56th wedding an niversary on Monday. They were married at the home of her parents,: Mr. and Mrs. John Bracy by Rev. Wm. Green. The couple are lifelong residents of Blanchard township. LEGAL NOTICE Bernadette Hart, residing at 413 "Wright Street, Stoneham, Massachusetts, care of Mr«. James Ixxmard, is hereby notified that Chester A. Hart has filed his petition against her for divorce and custody of child in case number 39393 of the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County^ Ohio, and that said divorce action will be for hearing on or after March 11, 1950. CHESTER A. 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