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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 19501
Burglars ransacked the LaFayette
High school building last Friday
night for the second time this school
term.
According to a report to the Allen
county sheriff’s office by Harvey
Badertscher, superintendent, locks
were forced from the farm shop
door and several desks drawers were
open. Nothing was reported miss
ing.
Last October burglars forced open
the school safe and escaped with
loot of $500
Burglars also broke into the Ada
High school building last Friday
night and an undisclosed amount of
money ■was taken from the office
safe which was forced open.
Tough
Dad
Burglars Ransack Past Masters Night
LaFayette School Observed By Masons
Man Wanted
JANITOR WORK NIGHT SHIFT
12 MIDNIGHT TO 7 A. M. or 5 P. M. TO 12
MUST BE UNDER 60 YEARS OLD
"CALL 323-W A. R. BAKER
THE TRIPLETT ELECTRICAL INSTRUMENT CO.
in Technicolor
ERROL FLYNN—ALEXIS SMITH
SUNDAY—MONDAY
LIFE IS SHORT BUT
SWEET IN MALAYA!
Past Master’s Night was observed
Monday by the Bluffton Masonic
lodge with a pot-luck supper, fol
lowing which the lodge heads of
former years conferred the Master
Mason degree on two candidates.
Serving as master was Armin
Hauenstein, who filled the chair 29
years ago. Dr. Evan Basinger was
senior warden.
Other past masters taking part in
cluded Charles Aukerman, Edgar
Cook, George Rauenbuhler, Bertran
Swank, Robert Niswander, Henry
Hilty, Francis Marshall, Leo Nelson,
Arden Baker, Stanley Basinger, Wil
bur Amstutz, Ralph T. Stearns,
Harold Beals and Dr. B. R. Herring.
FAMILIES WE SERVE HAVE
NO PARKING TROUBLES. We
have a private driveway for their
convenience.
ALSO A ROOM IS RESERVED
FOR EACH FAMILY and their
friends when personal privacy is
desired, before or during a service.
Basinger
funeral home
Ambulance Phone I6O W
BLUFFTON. OHIO
CARMA THEATRE BLg"
THURSDAY—FRIDAY-—SATURDAY
MONTANA
tie aomnv*E romance!
SPENCER JAMES
TRACY STEWART
SYDNEY GREENSTREET
JOHN KODIAK
LIONEL DARRYMORE
Matinee Sunday Continuous from 3:00 P. M.
TUESDAY—WEDNESDAY
The Doctor and The Girl
(Comedy
GLEN FORD "\NET LEIGH
CHARLES COBURN ORIA DE HAVEN
To save money these days|what with taxes
and the demands of your family.
But it can be done becau
opportunity to see men wit^ heavy respon
sibilities get ahead through thrift and sacri
fice. Here in the bank we'll encourage and
help you in every way we can Gome in.
we have the
The Citizens National Bank
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
THE Bj
THE BLUFFTON NEWS
C. A. BIERY, Editor
Published weekly at Bluffton, Ohio,
by thopBluffton News Publishing and
Printing Co.
Subscription rates: Year, $2.50
six months, $1.50 anywhere in U. S.
Entered as second class matter at
the postoffice at Bluffton, Ohio,
under the Act of March 3, 1879.
Memorials of all kinds. Call
Samuel Bixel, phone 429-W. 54
I Now is the time to have your lawn
rolled. Call phone 185-W.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zuercher vis
ited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Je
rome Zuercher and family.
Mrs. Zella Krohn of Pandora a
patient in Bluffton hospital follow
ing a stroke is improving nicely.
Mrs. Carl Kimmel has been re
moved from Bluffton hospital to her
home on Bentley road south of town.
Dr. Ajaib Singh of East Punjab,
India, was a weekend guest of Prof,
and Mrs. H. D. Raid on Spring
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hochstettler of
Findlay visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Triblehorn of South Main street,
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Downing
and family of near Col. Grove visit
ed in Troy, Sunday, with Mr. and
Mrs.. Russell Long and son Gerry.
Miss Marilyn Fett, student at Mi
ami university, Oxford, is spending
a week’s spring vacation at her
home on Campus Drive.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark r»
Fostoria spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arnold ot
Orange township.
Mrs. Bertha Matter and Mrs.
Robert Deerhake and son Donnie
visited Mrs. Gladys Leiber and Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Leiber and family,
Saturday.
Don’t throw away that broken
furniture when you clean house. See
me for all kinds of repairing and
small carpenter jobs. Estimates
given. John Triplehorn, 554 S.
Main. Phone 435-W. 50
Mrs. George Van Dyke of Luverne,
Minn., is visiting at the home of her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Minck of South Lawn
avenue.
iDller ambulance removals—Char
les Stratton from his home on East
Elm street to Bluffton hospital Mrs.
Rolla Watt from Lima Memorial
hospital to her home in Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Baumgartner
of Mishawaka, Ind., and Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Swank of Columbus spent
the week end at the A. L. Baum
gartner home on South Main street.
Flowers at Eastertime true
expression of joy and happiness.
Fine selection of cut flowers, potted
plants, corsages and arrangements
for Easter at Basinger Florist, 109
Grove St. Phone 404-W. 51
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schnegg and
daughter Sally of Plymouth, Mich.,
stopped here enroute home from
Florida and spent several days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Schncgg the latter part of last week.
See the new spring artificial flow
er arrangements for table and
buffet at Floret Gift shop, 102
Spring St. Telephone 402-T for
evening appointment.
Misses Mary Gratz, Marcine Rans
bottom and Janet Hoffman of Bluff
ton and Helen Gratz, Naomi Stewart
and Mrs. Esther Pennell of Gilboa
were in Washington the past week
viewing the cherry blossoms and
places of interest.
Mrs. Daisy Steinbrenner of Clov
erdale entertained at Sunday dinner
her granddaughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Downhower of Royal
Oak, Mich. Mrs. Downhower is the
former Miss Ruth Roush of Beaver
dam.
A good assortment of all kinds of
Easter candies, including eggs in
novelty Easter baskets, all sizes. Try
our ice cream, it’s delicious, prices
right. Come here and get your
money’s worth. Hankish Fruit store.
Beaverdam Girl Scouts and their
troop committee are sponsoring a
bake sale to be held Saturday
morning, April 1 in the east room
of Beaverdam town hall beginning
at 9 o’clock. Any donations to help
get girl scouting started will be
deeply appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bogart of
Cherry street who spent the winter
in Bradenton, Florida are enroute
home, according to word received
here this week. They are, however
motoring to Charleston, Mo., en
route, to visit at the home of the
former Nellie and Effie Marshall,
formerly of Bluffton.
Do you want good value for your
money? If so, better order your
Gladiolus now. Over 95 varieties of
a large array of colors. Many of the
New ones as well as the Best of the
old .ones. Clean healthy bulbs free
from diseases. State Inspected.
Priced right. Herr’s Flowers &
Seeds, 123 S. Lawn, Bluffton, Ohio.
Phone 339-W. 51
BLUFFTON MARKETS
Wednesday Morning
Grain (bushel prices) Wheat
$2.13 corn $1.30 oats 75c soys
$2.45.
Poultry—Heavy hens 27c leghorn
hens 18c heavy fryers 32c heavy
stags 14c leghorn stags 12c.
Eggs—Large white 35c large
brown 33c medium white 30c
medium brown 27c.
Butterfat—No. 1, 58c No. 2, 53c.
.UFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON,lOHIO
Clubs, podges
and Societies
Eastern Star
April 4 meeting starts at 8 p. m.,
thru to October 1. Hernia Rauen
buhler, W. M.
Jit su Tau Club
Meeting at the home of Mrs.
Robt. Ewing, Grove street, Thursday
night.
Men’s Garden Club
Meeting in the High School
agriculture room this Wednesday
nght at 8 o’clock. Soils, fertilizers
and flower show will be discussed.
Alice Freeman Club
Mrs. G. T. Soldner will entertain
this Wednesday night at 8 o’clock.
There will be a round table discus
sion on education led by Miss Flor
ence Duffield and Mrs. Harry Yoder.
Alpha Gamma
Mrs. Ruth Diller will entertain
Friday night. A paper, Comics,
Radio, Movies and Children will be
read by Mrs. Irene Smucker follow
ed by discussion.
Century Circle
Meeting at the home of Mrs. C. A.
Triplett this Wednesday night with
Mrs. Charles Hankish and Mrs. M.
D. Soash assisting. Mrs. Frederick
Lauriat, Bluffton resident who form
erly resided in the Far East spoke
on the subject “A Tourist Trip Thru
India.”
Travel Class
Mrs. James West will be hostess
this Wednesday evening. The pro
gram: Uncovering Africa’s Past,
Miss M’Della Moon Land of Con
flict, Mrs. Geo. Carmack.
Orange Twp. Farm Women
Meeting at the home of Mrs. Ethel
Shilling, Thursday afternoon, April
6.
The program:
Devotionals, Mildred Montgomery
Welcome April, Berdella Marshall
Easter Sunrise, Maude Thompson:
The Easter Story, Cathryn Van
Meter They’re Nearer Heaven, Al
berta Marshall The Green Buds,
Nora Miller Solo, Cleo Hursey.
Gold Star 4-H Club
There were 29 members at the
March club meeting. Rosemary
Montgomery reported on her trip to
the National 4-H club congress won
on her safety project and Twila
Henry discussed a baking method
which won her county and state
honors last year.
Officers are: Pres., Coleen Dangler
vice pres., Betty Ream sec., Rose
mary Montgomery treas., Eloise
Ream Recreation leaders, Lola and
Ruth Dangler reporters Virginia
Cribley and Judith ,Benroth.
New council members are Mrs.
Walter Reinke, Mrs. Guy Scoles and
Mrs. Howard Benroth.
Housewarming
Supt. and Mrs. A. B. Murray who
recently moved into their newly pur
chased home on Cherry street were
given a housewarming Sunday night
when members of the board of edu
cation and their wives called. Also
present were former classmates and
friends.
College Casts To
Stage Five Plays
Five one act plays will be present
ed under student direction during
the next month at Bluffton College.
These one act plays are a part of
the play production class work.
“The Potter’s Field,” directed by
Aldine Zimmerman will be given
March 31 in the college chapel.
Charles Couch and Joe Richards
have the male roles in this play.
Dolores Bolen, Mary Jane Burk
holder, Jeanne Vercler, and Lois
Marquart are also cast members.
An all male cast under the direc
tion of Addison Myers will present
“Minor Miracle,” April 12. Cast
members include: Richard Simcox,
Robert Stutzman, Robert Smucker,
and Roderick Diehl.
“Han Bulow’s Last Puppet” under
Onnolee McClintock’s direction will
be the second play on the April 12
program. Dorothy Schertz, Ronald
Kirkwood, Richard Boehr, and Don
Steer have roles in this production.
“The Monkey’s Paw,” directed by
Keith Moyer and “Vest Pocket Min
istrel” directed by Ann Beckenbach
and William Boehr will be presented
April 18.
Leading roles in “The Monkey’s
Paw” will be played by Esther Guth
rie and Howard Shelly. Wendell
Metzler and Forest West complete
this cast.
Starring in the “Ministnel’ ’will be
Richard Simcox, Robert Shelly,
James Hilty, Dorothy Schertz, and
John Stutzman.
The chorus for this musical pro
duction consists of Joanne Vercler,
Harriett Neufer, Nina Crabtree,
Mary K. Bauman, William and Rich
ard Boehr, August oder, and Addi
son Myers. A five piece orchestra
will accompany the group.
Arrangements are beinr^made for
the plays to be given In Pandora
and Ada, also.
News Want Ads Bring Results.
w
WANT-ADS
delightful
Decorative,
Price only
Ballerina Dolls make
Easter Gifts. Atti^ctive,
Everybody loves
50c. (15c extra lor mail orders).
Mrs. Robert Benroth, 612 S. Main st.
hem.
Shoes repaired. luring them in and
have Shirley Nonpamaker fix them
for you. All worlf guaranteed. Mur
ray Uphelstering fchop, Thurman St.
Bluffton phone.
Wanted—Dead Btock. Horses, $2.50
cows, $2.50 hogi, 25c cwt. Collect
94566 Lima. Aljen County Fertiliz
er. Small stock removed promptly, tf
Don’t dig—save money on clogged
sewers by calling Frank Zuercher.
Phone 219-R, 24 hour service. Work
guaranteed. 54
Wanted—Fanners to have the ad
vantages of “1B7” hybrids. Harry
Moore, Bluffton, Ohio. tf
For rent—Storage space for house
hold goods, clefin and dry. Inquire
Bluffton News office. tf
Full rotary J|ew Home desk model
sewing machine only $169.95 at
Waitermire’s.
U. S. approved pullorum controlled
chicks hatching twice weekly”,
us for Better Bred chicks,
hatchery.
See
Jorg
tf
back-
“187” hybrids are
experience.
Pfister Hybrid Corn
Be sure,
ed by 25 years
ive product of
Co., El Paso,
Bluffton, Ohio.
Exclus-
Ill. Harry Moore,
tf
For sale—Modern 6-room house
located at 446 W. Elm St. Fred H.
Martin, phone 294-W.
For sale—Side arm gas water
heater and insulated tank in good
condition $12. Carl M. Lehman, 218
Grove St.
For sale—Two ladies blue coats,
one fitted, size 9 one size 12 also
pair ladies black suede sandals, nar
row, size 5H. Mrs. Roger Mullen
hour, 361 W. Elm St.
For sale—White porcelain
top kerosene stove. Inquire
Jackson St. Mrs. Ed Miller.
table
311 S.
On Sale now—Popular
variety gladioli bulbs 50 or
each less than 50, each 8c.
unnamed rainbow collection
Wiess for Flowers, 127 Riley St
Phone310-W. tf
named
more 5c
Special
2c each.
Seed com—Why plant less than
the best? Plant “187” hybrids, ex
clusive product of Pfister Hybrid
Com Co., El Paso, Ill. Harry Moore,
Bluffton, Ohio. tf
For sale—New and used Ferguson
and Ford Ferguson tractors and
equipment also repairs.
Tractor Sales, Pandora,
phone 143.
Steiner
Pandora
tf
semesan
Get spergon, arsan and
bel to treat seeds, potatoes and
bulbs. Herr’s*Flowers & Seeds, 124
S. Main St., Bluffton, Ohio. tf
Order now. Seed com for spring
planting “187” hybrids produced by
Pfister Hybrid Cora Co., El Paso,
Ill. Harry Moore, Bluffton, Ohio, tf
Just received more girls* dresses
in sizes one to 14 from only $1.69
at Waitermire’s.
Furniture repairing and upholster
ing of all kinds. Make your old
furnishings look like new at a worth
while saving. Estimates without
obligation. Murray Upholstering
shop, Thurman St., Bluffton nhone.
Why worry if afflicted with any
skin disease. Ask about V-J-O.
Sidney’s Drug Shop. 17
Baby chicks Neuhauser Good
Luck chicks, improved for high
livability, high egg production. Al!
standard breeds from ROP males or
sons of ROP
bred like hyt
River chicks,
carry a full
ment and feed
Arlington, O.
250 varietie
including the
Tender Pod
Aristigold Sw
of Flower Se
Fire Chief Pe
O. & M. Gra
best on the
analysis,
white).
Quality O
Dahlias, Rose
planting time.
Stock—a con
available to
lems of lands
Flower plants
Supplies. A
for the Horn!
rented by the
Nitragin and
Farm and Gai
your seeds
get BURPEE
and Supplies
Seeds, 124 S
Ohio. Phone
On
Gia
il to the
if/k the
Tow and
Exhibition
Cannas,
Bushes—in stock at
Berry Plants, Nursery
petant landscaper is
Ip you with your prob
aping. Vegetable and
Garden Tools and
arden Library of Books
and Garden—will be
day, week or month.
Legume-aid for the
den. No need to order
mail, when you can
Seeds, Garden Tools
,t: Herr’s Flowers &
Main St., Bluffton,
39-W. 50
i in the latest spring
termire’s.
(sewing of all kinds
png. Mrs. F. A.
p4-W. 3
Vision nylon
shades at Wa
See me for
also hemstitc
Hofer, phone
Washer service—Wringer rolls and
parts, new and used w’ashers. Verl
Reichenbach, Bqaverdam phone 542.
tf
Plantabs, Hy-Gro and Vertagreen
plant food. Directions on containers
and helpful
and Feed your lawn.
Fertilizer Spreaders are rented free
of charge to customers. Lawn Roller
rented by the hour. Prevent Black
spot this year. Spray rose beds with
Lime-Sulphur just before the leaves
come out. Get full information from
Herr’s Flowers & Seeds, 124 S. Main
Street. Phone 339-W. 51
leaflets. Time to Seed
Grass and
More ladies blouses from $1.98 at
Waitermire’s.
Roots grow stronger—-plants grow
lovlier—in soil cor^litioned by Prem
ier Peat Moss. It ’gives substance to
leavy soil—so that
It enables all soil
and plant food—
light soil—loosens
roots spread out.
to store water, ail
and releases it as leeded. Give y”our
soil Premier Peat
soil will give you the strong growing
lawn and garden
Flowers & Seeds,
Phone 339-W.
Moss—and your
rou want. Herr’s
124 S. Main St.
51
For sale—Fresht dressed frozen
rabbits, whole or‘ cut up ready to
cook, available anyi time except Sun
day. The Rabbit Market!
Mound St., and Cqllege Ave. Phone
112-W.
corner
Yes, we havq girls’ straw
3
Special Offer Burpee Hybrid
Tomato Seeds—regular value at 1c
per seed—Special sale—1/128 oz.
(120) seeds for ,45c. Burpeeana
Early—Burpee Hybrid, midseason—
and Burpee Big Boy, late. Special
prices to market gardeners. Supply
is limited, so hurry”! Herr’s Flowers
& Seeds, 124 S. Main, Bluffton, Ohio.
Phone 339-W. 51
To let—Good garden, free. Phone
240-W. tf
For sale—Combination storm wind
ows and doors. Custom built
guaranteed. For free estimate
W. J. Reagan, Beaverdam phone
No down payment.
and
call
472.
tt
and
felt hats for Easter bonnets for in
fants, too at Wnltermire’s.
Wanted—Tree spraying.
Habegger, call Hi Speed Gas Sta
tion, phone 508-T. 52
Henry’
For sale—42-inch sink with 12-inch
back and left hand drain board, com
plete with faucets. Phone 143-W. 51
For fine quality’ extracted honey”
see the Farmers Grain Co., Bluffton,
or Howard Rickly honey farm 3
miles south on Bentley road. 50
For sale—Hawkeye soy beans also
good used outdoor toilet.
Sommer, phone 528-Y.
Evan
51
For sale—Used bath tub, lavatory,
pressure tank and radiator,
good condition. S. S. Bixel,
544-Y.
all in
phone
patch.
For rent—House and truck
Albert Vermillion, phone 658-Y.
For sale—Boy’s sport coat and
trousers, size 110, like new also
Conn trumpet. Call phone 451-R.
For sale—Special for 2 weeks: old
fashioned country” style sausage,
fresh or frozen also lard, ribs, ba
con and backbane. R. L. Moser
butcher house, 0’2 miles west of
Bluffton on Bluffton-Col. Grove Rd.
sets.
For sale—Used breakfast
Basinger’s Furniture store.
Special—One only unfinished
ing table with bench. Was
closeout at $5.88 at Waitermire’s.
dress
$8.95,
Wanted—Tw| neat appearing men
for full or part-time distributing
samples for nationally known com
pany. Average earning rate $1.50 to
$2 per hour. Address: Box K, Bluff
ton News.
For quality merchandise selected
by you in your own home, call or
write George Oberdier, 'Box 37, Clov
erdale, Ohio. Phone 2 on 10. 51
For sale—Hamsters—a new’ pet
for Easter clean, odorless, interest
ing little creatures,
after 5 p. m.
190-T.
sale—I
Phone
For
new”,
south
Albert
of town
sale—8
For
males. Hyline chicks
rid seed corn. Indian
jaby beef broilers. We
line of poultry' equip-
Neuhauser Hatchery,
Phone 38. tf
i of Vegetable Seeds—
new Top Crop bean,
an, Uconn Squash and
et Corn. 500 varieties
ds—including the new
unia. McCullough and
is Seeds,
market
on Set*
iiolus
•der no’
ing good,
phone 478-W.
Wanted—Ha
500 chick siza
town or Bucki
condition. Wi
Elwain, Lafay
phone.
Call any time
at 145 Riley street.
51
■vo wheel trailer like
Augsburger, 2 miles
Leghorn pullets, lay
■ank Neuenschwander,
•d coal brooder stove
or more, either New
ye.
ite:
?tte,
For sale—T
per bale. R|
Bluffton, Rt.
Must be in good
Mrs. Edgar
Ohio, Rt. 1.
Mc-
iled
wheat straw
M. Neiswander,
Ih i
juntry home, modem
edition, 27 acres, good
n high ground plenty
rries will sell reason
of disability. Located
For sale—C
house in A-l
set buildings 1
of fruit and
ably on accoui
mile east
of road. Lafayette phonq ’^21.
Lafayette, south side
For sale—Light maple Mingle bed
and springs, JennyA lLind style.
Loren Steinman, 234 N. Lawn Ave.
Phone 259-W.
For sale—Used kitchen cabinet.
Albert Badertscher, 129 Geiger St.
Wanted—Experienced short order
cook. P. K. Restaurant, Beaverdam.
Just arrive!—Large shipment of
oilcloth in newest patterns at Waiter
mire’s.
For sale—Seed barley”. O. P.
Hartman, pho^e 527-R.
For sale—2‘ girls* coats and
nets size 3 also pair girls’
patent leather slippers size 7. Mrs.
Allen McCluer|
Wanted to 1
furnished a pal
wife and one
burger, phone
For sale—50
light mixed
For sale—N
projector, Moc
Phone 598-Y.
bon
new
phone 448-R.
2 H. P. Briggs &
1 $15 2 good used
$5 also used dining
isting of table, buffet
For sale—1
Stratton engin
5.50 by 16 tirei
room suite conj
and 4 chairs,
phone 449-R.
$10. A.
E. Oyer,
or un
husband,
■nt—House
tment for
'hild. Harold Augs
548-W.
small bales good
y. Willard Jennings.
w
movie
in. m.
Keystone
E-942, 16
gallon
the new 500
tanks, manufactured
on your premises.
See me for
pre-cast septic
and installed
Estimates without obligation. Harold
Marshall, Phiffton, Rt. 1. Phone
533-T.
1
For sale—New and used bicycles
and repairs. Bluffton Bicycle shop,
139 N. Lawn Ave.
PAGE FIVE
Wanted—Good clean baby bed with
adjustable side. Phpne 526-W.
Avon cosmetics. Face powder 2
boxes $1.29 also |ip stick, special
sale only’ 77c. You| may call in your
order. Mrs. Frid Hahn, phone
385-W. We deliver.
Wanted—To but barn to be re
moved square timber barn prefer
red. Clarence Yoking, phone 510-Y.
For sale—Clinton 59 seed oats
from certified sesed. Herman Hilty.
Artificial flowerfe will continue to
add cheer to your living room long
after the Easter season has passed.
W’e invite you to see our unusual
selection of lifelike flowers now
ready for the Easter season. Floret
Gift shop, 102 Spring St. Telephone
402-T for evening appointment.
For sale—Fryers, cut up and
ready for the pan also print feed
bags for sale. Kenneth Bracy, 269
S. Lawn Ave. Phone 395-T. Call
during noon hour or after 5 p. m.
For sale—1934 Ford V-8 four
door, motor recently rebuilt, good
running condition, price reasonable.
124 W. Kibler St., Bluffton. Phone
166-W,
Now you can leave your order for
corsages for Easter and other holi
days. They will be ready” Saturday
afternoon and evening, April 7. Let
us help you. The following are
available: Roses: red. pink, yellow
and white, 3 buds or more. Gar
denias: medium, single, grouping
two or more. Carnations: 6 or 12
points or grouping of two. Orchids:
plain with bow or special tailored
white orchid plain or special tailor
ed. Herr’s Flowers & Seeds, 124 S.
Main St., Bluffton, Ohio.
Baby chicks—Special late order
discounts begin May 1 on all Am
stutz deluxe matings U. S. R. O. P.
(record of performance) pedigree
sired, U. S. approved and U. S.
certified, Pullorum passed chicks, tc
to 4c on sexed pullets and Mie to 2c
on straight run. For further in
formation see us today 97% liv
ability guarantee. Amstutz Hatch
eries, Bluffton and Pandora.
LEGAL NOTICE
Richard J. Tobin, whose addrcM and place
of residence are unknown, Margaret Tobin,
whose address and place of residence are
unknown, John Tobin, whose last known
address and place of residence was 14200
Pierson, Detroit, Michigan, Helen A. Madigan,
whose last known address and place of
residence was 8710 Dumbarton. letroit,
Michigan, and the Unknown Heirs at Law.
Devisees, Legatees, Administrators. Executors,
ls”gal Representatives and Assigns of Richard
J. Tobin. Deceased, and of Margaret Tobin.
Deceased, all of whose addresses and places
of residence are unknown, will take notice
that on the 11th day of Felruary. 1950. the
plaintiff. Reed Hover, files! his petition against
them and others in the Court of Common
Pleas of Alien County, Ohio, the same being
Case No. 39450 in said Court, for the pur
pose of quieting the title of certain real
estate in said petition described, to-wit
Ixjts Numls'itxi 8488, 3489 and 3490 in
Briar Hill Addition to the City of
Lima, Allen (jpunty, Ohio.
The prayer of said petition is for the
quieting of title of said real estate and for
other equitable relief. Said defendants are
required to answer said petition on the 27th
day of May, 1950, or judgment will be
taken against them.
Rxxxi Hover, plaintiff
Rv: F. W. Gooding, His Attorney. 2
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