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PUBLIC SALE We, the undersigned will sell at public auction at 446 W. Elm’ St., Bluffton, Ohio, on i Saturday, April 15th 1:00 P. M. The following property: 2-piece living room suite overstulTed chair combina tion console radio and record player studio couch 2 rock ing chairs occasional table end table library table card table smoking cabinet 2 foot stools dining room table china closet iron bed 2 wooden twin beds dresser chest of drawers kitchen stool breakfast set corner cabinet kitchen cabinet base G. E. electric stove Crosley electric refrigerator white porcelain wood and coal range utility cabinet 9 by 12 Axminster rug 2 floor lamps 2 table lamps electric clock alarm clock Speed Queen washing machine with double tubs Thor automatic ironer 1 power lawn mower hand lawn mowers wheel barrow 2 wheel cart 2 fruit cupboards 2 step ladders 1 16-ft. straight ladder glider 2 lawn chairs baby bed high chair sand box with roof stroller 50 ft. roll of picket fencing 2 oak barrels 50 gal. oil drum with pump 50 ft. garden hose laundry stove garden tools small amount of lumber and many other articles. 1946—45 Harley Davidson Motorcycle. Terms—Cash. PORK BEEF FRED H. and EVA MARTIN, Owners Thrapp & Warren Ream & Marshall Auctioneers Clerks Home Killed Meats VEAL 8 to 12 lb. Avg. V2 or whole Lean Bacon Sliced lb. 39c HAMS lb. 31c O 1 e o, Yellow lb. 35c Milk 2 quarts 33c ROSEBUD—Ready to Eat HAMS lb. 55c Pork Chops lb. 39c Ribs. lb. 10c HAMS lb. 48c Boneless Hams, Lean lb. 69c PORK ROAST Skinless Weiners 3 lbs. $1.00 ICE CREAM Plezol BREAD Your choice 2 loaves LAMB lb. 49c Bacon Seasoning 6 lbs. $1.00 Page, Meadow Gold Butter lb. 66c OUR OWN MAKE LEAN SAUSAGE Bulk. lb. 29c Casing, lb. 39c Smoked, lb. 43c Bologna 4 lbs. $1.00 Steak, Cubed lb. 69c YA.VlahvX 25c lb. 35C Shoulder Lean, Boneless Rib Roast lb. 65c BEEF GROUND lb. 49c Perch, No bone lb. 33c Cream Cheese lb. 39c Gal. $1.49 AUTHORIZED DEALER BIRDS EYE WE NOW HAVE LOCKERS TO RENT Beaverdam Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hedin of Duluth, Minn., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vertner. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummins and son Gregory of Waynesfield, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Gail Arnold homo. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lutterbein of Cridersville, spent the week end at the home of the former’s mother, Mrs. Myrtle Lutterbein. Mentis and Beatrice Hackeworth of LaFayette visited over the week end with Doris Ann Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Poling and children of Ada were Sunday after noon callers at the Ernest Hall home. Sherrick of Lima visited and wife Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eva her brother R. E. Watt on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Arnold were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester McElwain of Lima, in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Arnold and Mrs. McElwain. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church held their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pugh on Thursday afternoon. Elec tion of officers for the coming year was held at thi stime. Attending were: Mrs. Ed Marquart, Mrs. Ira La Rue, Mrs. William Amstutz, Mrs. Lester Van Meter, Mrs. Harmon Downey, Mrs. Gail Arnold, Mrs. Wil liam Younkman, Mrs. Isaac Amstutz, Mrs. William Arnold, Mrs. Russell Augsburger, Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Fauver, Mrs. Grace Polhannes of Pleasant Bend, Miss Lavina Crevis ton and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Andrews. of New Hampshire were Friday evening guests at the home of Rev. L. D. Fauver. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Steiner and son and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Zimmerman and children of Bluffton spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. William Am stutz. Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Downey of Lima were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Downey. John Clark is still confined to his bod following a siege of pneumonia. Sunday visitors at the Clark home were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mason and daughter Shirley, Mrs. Della Miley of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Long, Mrs. Russell Stewart, Mrs. Loe Crumrine of Lima. Chris tian Yoakam of Harrod. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Habenhour and daughter Diane from LaFayette, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and daughters Marilvn, Carolyn and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wagner of Lima and Mr. and Mrs. Tra LaRue. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rendele and daughter Linda Jane of Ottoville, Alice Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, Charlie Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pritchard and daughter LEGAL NOTICE Richard J. Tobin, whose address and nlace 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, Detroit, Michigan, and the Unknown Heirs at Law, Devisees, Legatees, Administrators, Executors. Legal 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 February, 1950, the plaintiff. Reeel Hover, filed his petition against them and others in the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Ohio, the same being Case No. 39450 in said Court, for the pose of quieting the title of certain estate in said petition described, to-wit: 1948 1947 1946 1947 1941 FOODS THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO pur real Lots Numbered 3488, 3489 and 3490 Briar Hill Addition to the City of Lima, Allen County, Ohio. The prayer of said petition is for quieting of title of said real estate and other equitable relief. Said defendants ...„ required to answer said petition on the 27th day of May, 1950, or judgment will taken against them. the for are J.) be Reed Hover, Plaintiff. 2 By: F. W. Gooding, His Attorney. Cushman Motor Scooter Mercury Tudor 1939 1911 Plymouth Buick North Main St. THE WIESE drop forged point is welded on worn share to give point new plow share length and strength. THE CUTTING EDGE is next applied to the worn share, then ground and polished to new plow share appearance and efficiency. ELECTHICAL ALLOY fill underneath point meant longer wear and maintains suck longer than thar*. Flora Jean of East Sparta were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis and family. Mr. and Mrs. -Russell Augsburger had as Sunday dinner guests honor ing the birthdays of the former and Bernard Gratz: Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Younkman, Mr. and Mrs. Don ald Michael and family, Bernard Gratz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ander son and family of Pandora were afternoon callers. Delores and Doris Vertner spent the weekend with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vertner. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pritchard and daughter Flora Jean of East Sparta snent the week end at the Charles Lewis home. In honor of the fourth birthday of Michael Downey the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Downey had as Sunday dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilch and daughter Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Amstutz and sons Mark and Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilch and daughter Judy, Robert Wilch The Massey-Harris CLIPPER Rubs Out Grain the Natural Wa’ 5^, The Massey-Harris Clipper Combine rubs out each kernel of grain the easy, natural way. There’s no beating action. The rasp-bar cylinder is gentle... thorough. It gets more grain cleaner grain. With a Massey-Harris Clipper you’ll do a better job of harvesting and cover more acres per day easier, at lower cost. Operates off the power take-off. Mo tor-driven type also available. 6 or 7 foot cut. Get all the facts on the Massey-Harris Clipper and you’ll understand why it’s tops in field performance. BLUFFTON FARM EQUIPMENT CO. E. F. Schmidt, Prop. ffassey-Harris Sales & Service 105 E. Elm Street Bluffton phone 260-W Open Saturday Evenings SPRING BUYS Crosley Station Wagon, very low mileage Ford Dlx “8”, Fully Equipped, Ready to go Hudson Super Six, Fresh air heater We need more cars—Bring your car in for an appraisal We buy all makes and models Bixel’s Used Car Sales Phone 139-T A New and Better Plow Point AUGSBURGER GARAGE H. E. Augsburger 129 S. Main—Rear Bluffton, Ohio The New’ Wiese plow point means lighter draft— more acres plow ed per day with less wear and tear,on tractor or team. Bring in your plow now before the spring rush —while we can still give you prompt service. We can save you money— and Susanne Kempf all of Bluffton. The Beaverdam Lions club will present a Minstrel show on Friday, April 14th at 8 o’clock in the high school auditorium. The Tiny Tim Orchestra of Columbus Grove will furnish the music for the evening. Everyone is urged co be present for this evenings good entertainment. Mrs. Myrtle Lutterbein spent the past week with relatives at Arcadia. Rev. L. D. Fauver was guest speaker on Sunday at the dedication services for the newly remodeled Methodist church in Archbold. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold and Mrs. Ella Yant were Sunday dinner guests at the L. L. Arnold home near Cairo. Investiture ceremony for the Girl Scouts will be held in the Beaverdam gymnasium on Wednesday evening, April 12 at 7:30 o’clock.* The Girl Scout troup from Lima will partici pate in the ceremony. Moving pic tures will be shown and the nublic is cordially invited to attend and help give the girls a good start. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis enter tainer on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pritchard and daughter of East Sparta, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ben- Stoney's Specials for Easter Fried Chicken.. $1.00 Baked Ham ... $1.00 DELICIOUS HOME MADE PIES Stoney’s Restaurant Rawson, Ohio GRerHQi/Ho! FOR SAVINGS FOR COMFORT FOR FREQUENT SCHEDULES Trave! at ease, without driving strain. Enjoy deep-cushioned chairs, pleasant ventilation, lots of leg room, well-timed sched ules. And, Greyhound fares are the lowest in transportation! BLUFFTON to: Miami ............... $20.35 Los Angeles 44.60 Jacksonville ... 15.05 San Antonio 22.70 New Orleans 16.60 7 (U.S.Tax Exira) Savings on Round Tript REXALL DRUG STORE Phone 170-W N. Main St. reyhound & LX. lx. JJL± 1 BEDROOM bedroom dele and daughter of Ottoville, Mrs. Morris Rae Lewis and children of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis and family, Charlie Lewis and Alice Lewis. Combined services of the Beaver dam churches will be held on Good Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Rev. Merrill Boggs of the Church of Christ will bring the Easter message. The Youth Fellowship of the Meth odist church will present an Easter morning sunrise pageant at 6 o’clock. “Through Darkness to Light.” A bake sale sponsored by the Youth Fellowship will be held on Saturday morning beginning at 9 o’clock in the town hail. CARD OF THANKS I take this opportunity to thank the nurses at the Bluffton Community DEERWOOD FANCY FANCY YELLOW’ DEERWOOD WHIPPED DEERWOOD (THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1950 EASTER Dinner Suggestions FRUIT COCKTAIL .... 35c WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 29c FOR EASTER SOMETHING GOOD DEERWOOD COFFEE 78c SALAD DRESSING .... Pint 29c SAVE 10 LABELS GET 1 PT. FREE Hospital as well as friends and neighbors for their care and kind nesses during my the hospital. The sideration shown preciated. CANNED SWEET POTATOES 23c EZRA’S FANCY EGGS FOR COLORING CHOCOLATE EASTER EGGS 29c EASTER CANDY—BUY EARLY MARSHMALLOWS •SSUWS 19c SEE OUR LARGE DISPLAY—TASTE OUR SAMPLES— FRESH NUT SPANISH PEANUTS, LB...........................25c PETER PAN BLANCHED PEANUTS, LB...................... 25c DURKEE'S COCOANUT 8 oz. 29c GRAPEFRUIT............. HOMER BASINGER’S FRESH DAILY BOLOGNA—FRESH—SMOKED SAUSAGE—HAMBURG ER—READY TO EAT HAMS—FANCY RAY’S BREAD 2=29c Urich’s City Market Phone 485-W We Deliver WE CLOSE FRIDAY 1-3:30 P. M. fa PORCH kitchen GARAGE 22. Steinman Eros. Lumber Co. 236 Cherry Street Phone 360-W Ask Steinman’s recent illness at interest and con was deeply ap- Vern Dardio CARD OF THANKS I want to thank the many friends who remembered me withcards and flowers while I was in the hospital. Mrs. Jesse Welty Original street lights were fiber torches. 6 Fancy Fortuna BANANAS 2 33c TOMATOES.....................ctn. 23c GOOD POTATOES .... peck 49c Hot House LEAF LETTUCE lb. 19c SLICED BACON ENDS 2 lb. 49c 45c 96 SIZE 1 Tim I |lr! 1 Designed TO SHINE ON ANY SITE This clean, crisp design offers four bright rooms, plus a garage and porch. You can see this design at our office together with its interesting floor plan.