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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1950
Dennis Day’s Latest
Recording Offered
Free By Moyer’s
Refrigeration
Collectors of firsts in recordings
and sheet music will have the
rare opportunity of acquiring the
latest Dennis Day song hit, the
“Laundromat Song,” free at
Moyer’s Refrigeration. Day first
sang this brand new number,
composed by Harry Tobias, Pinky
Tomlin and Charley Kisco on his
network radio program, “A Day
in the Life of Dennis Day.” In
response to requests, Day made
a Victor recording of the song.
Before public release, the record
ing will be available here through
Moyer’s Refrigeration. Another
popular song, sung by Day, is on
the other side of this record,
Moyer’s Refrigeration says. Per
sons who come in to see the
Laundromat may have their
choice of the recording or sheet
music.
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Glidden
1948 Crosley Station Wagon, very low mileage
1947 Ford Dlx “8”, Fully Equipped, Ready to go
1946 Hudson Super Six, Fresh air heater
1947 Cushman Motor Scooter
1941 Mercury Tudor
1939 Plymouth
1941 Buick
We need more cars—Bring your car in for an appraisal
We buy all makes and models
Bixel’s Used Car Sales
North Main St. Phone 139-T Bluffton, Ohio
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car combining the extra-efficient Valve
in-Head Engine, the extra-smooth
Knee-Action Gliding Ride, and extra
dependable Certi-Safe Hydraulic
Brakes!
Lions Minstrel In
Beaverdam Friday
Beaverdam Lions club will present
an old-fashioned minstrel show at 8
p. m. this Friday in the Beaverdam
high school gymnasium.
Local talent will be featured in
the minstrel which is being staged
to raise funds for Beaverdam com
munity projects. Charles Lewis and
William Amstutz are co-chairmen for
the show. Robert Bowers will be in
terlocutor and Walter Beck and John
Young have end men roles.
Instrumental music will be provid
ed by Tiny Tim’s orchestra, of
Columbus Grove.
Heads V. F. W. Post
Thomas Fox, supervisor at The
Triplett Electrical Instrument Co.,
recently was elected commander of
Dunkirk post, Veterans of Foreign
Wars. Fox lives in Arlington.
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A total of $2,037,350.52 has been
paid in the Ohio bonus distribution
to Allen county World War II veter
ans, an average of $298 per claim
ant, since payments were started,
it was announced last week by
Director L. G. Scrimger.
At the same time the bonus direct
or warned that less than three
months remain to file applications
for the state bonus, and all eligible
Ohio World War II veterans and
next of kin of deceased servicemen
are urged to do so immediately.
Constitutional amendment for pay
ment of the bonus provides that all
applications must be filed by June
30, 1950.
In the bonus distribution in Allen
county, $2,037,350.52 has been paid
White Rites Held
At Mt. Cory Tuesday
Funeral services were held Tues
day in the Mt. Cory Methodist church
for John J. White, 87, who died fast
Saturday at his home in Mt. Cory
of infirmities of age.
A retired farmer, White had served
three terms as Union township
trustee and also was a former Mt.
Cory board of education member.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Samantha S. Ridenour, whom
he married in 1887 and four child
ren, Frank and Charles White, both
of Mt. Cory Mrs. Caroline Cookston,
of Kinsman, and Mrs. Clarence
Whisler, of Union township.
Prof. Lantz To Direct
Hancock Choruses
Prof. Russell A. Lantz, head of the
Bluffton college music department,
will conduct the combined choruses
from eight Hancock county schools
at a county music festival to be held
this Friday night in the McComb
High school.
Singing in the event will be a
mixed chorus, boys chorus and girls
chorus. Students from the Cory
Rawson school system will be among
those participating.
BOTTLED
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SERVICE
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STEINER CHEVROLET SALES
BLUFFTON, OHIO
Allen County World War II Veterans
Get $2,037,350 In Ohio Bonus Checks
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
to 6,835 veterans. An additional
amount of $79,400.10 has gone to 213
next of kin of deceased veterans,
making the county total $2,116,
750.62.
Hancock county veterans and next
of kin have received an aggregate
of $1,065,084.70 paid to 3,545 ap
plicants.
In Hardin county there were
2,188 applications, with bonus pay
ments amounting to $655,933.96.
Putnam county had 1,757 claim
ants who received bonus payments
amounting to $511,492.32.
Thru March of this year state-wide
bonus payments have amounted to
$221,631,301.26 to living veterans
and $8,203,774.74 to 30,548 next of
kin, the director said.
Eliza A. Shetler
Dies At Rawson
Mrs. Eliza A. Shelter, 92, widow
of the late Rev. Joshua Shelter, died
Thursday evening at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Earl E. Garten, near
Rawson in Union township. She had
been in ill health since a fall on
Jan. 1.
Mrs. Shelter was married in 1881
to Nelson Clymer, who died in 1891.
Later she married Rev. Shelter, who
died in 1911.
Surviving in addition to Mrs.
Garten is a son, Irvin L. Clymer,
Rogers City, Mich., and a sister,
Mrs. Edward L. Farrell, San Diego,
Calif.
The funeral was held Monday
afternoon in the aBsinger funeral
home.
Lima Rescue Home
Held 611 In March
During the month of March the
Lima Rescue Home provided 611 free
meals and overnight lodging for 607
transients, it was announced this
week by James C. Welty, assistant
superintendent.
Clothing was provided for 42 ap
plicants, and odd jobs were found
for 47 men. Transients helped dur
ing the month were from eight
states. Adam D. Welty, a native of
the Bluffton area, is superintendent
of the home.
Ralph Locher Speaks
At Meeting In Lima
Ralph Locher, a native of Bluffton,
and secretary to Gov. Frank J.
Lausche, was one of the speakers at
a meeting of the Allen County Demo
cratic Woman’s club, held last weeK
in Lima.
In his talk, following an address
by Mrs. Lausche, Locher explained a
few of the functions of his office,
which includes issuing proclamations
and directing extradition procedure.
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The Kings Daughters class of the
Congregational Christian church met
Wednesday afternoon in the home of
Mrs. Ray Ackerman.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schener
man and daughters of Lima were
Friday evening dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Atmur Bergman.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rex enter
tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Tuilis of Bellefontaine, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Buckley of Lima, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Hall and Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Shrider.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ackerman of
Xenia, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ackerman of Lima were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Woltett.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wright spent
Easter Sunday with the latter’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Dever of
Findlay.
Mr. Harry Fackler of Vermillion
spent the week end with his mother,
Mrs. Alice Fackler and sisters, Miss
Georgia Fackler and Mr. and Mrs.
Atmur Bergman.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Carey and
family entertained their sister-in-law
Monday, Mrs. W. L. Carey ot
Chicago.
The Keystone and Semper Fidelis
classes of the Methodist church met
Wednesday evening in the home of
Mrs. Stephen Carey with 17 mem
bers present and Mrs. Harvey Bader
tscher assisting hostess. The devo
tions were ted by Mrs. Badertscher.
Entertainment by Miss Georgia
Fackler and Mrs. Blanche Heiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson en
tertained at dinner Sunday their
sons, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Robinson,
Cheryl and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Robinson and Peggy Joyce and
Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Robertson of
Lima.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all the neighbors
and friends for their aid and sym
pathy during the time of sickness,
death and burial of our beloved
husband and father, Mr. Amos Lug
inbuhl. Also our gratitude to Rev.
Landes and Rev. J. J. Esau who of
ficiated and the Paul Diller funeral
home for their services and those
sending flowers and sympathy cards.
Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl and family
ORDINANCE BLUFFTON VILLAGE
Be it ordained by the Council of the Village
of Bluffton, State of Ohio, us follows:
It shall be unlawful for any person to
throw, cast or deposit, or to cause to be
thrown, cast or deposited into any public
street, alley, creek or public place or
grounds within the village limits of the
Village of Bluffton, Ohio, any rubbish,
dirt, ashes, earth, animal substance or any
other offensive substance of any kind.
Any person violating any of the provisions
of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined in any amount not to exceed
Twenty-five ($25.00) Dollars and for a second
or subsequent offense, such person shall be
fined not more than One Hundred ($100.00)
Dollars or imprisoned for a term not to
exceed thirty (30) days, or both.
Passed by the Council of the Village of
Bluffton, Ohio, thh 3rd day of April, 1050.
MAYOR W. A. HOWE.
Presiding Officer.
ATTEST: A. J. B. IXJNGSDORF,
•Clerk of Council. 52
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