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When you drive down the street You take all you own with you. Carelessness may take it all away Unless you’re insured. SIDNEY C. STETTLER, INSURANCE 204 S. LAWN AVE. HAVE YOUR OWN FRESH VEGETABLES (fat Slant TVilA ^/CHAEL-LEONARD SEEfly Serve Vegetables at the peak of freshness right from your own garden, grown from high quality, fast germinating Michael- Leonard Seeds. Better seeds assure better vegetables. Get the highest yields by planting Michael-Leonard Seeds. WE ALSO HAVE FOR SPRING GARDEN: Rakes—H o e s—Shovels—S a e s—Hand Cultivators—Pruning Saws and Shears. LAWN: Reo Power and Hand Mowers—Scott Seed and Fertilizer Spreaders—Leaf Rakes—Scott Lawn Seed Vigoro—Lime—Scott Turf Builder INSIDE: Chi-Namel Paint and Varnish—Spred Satin— Scrub Pails—B u s e s—Dry and Wet Mops— Spohges SPORTS: Baseballs—Softballs—Gloves—Bats—Guns & Ammunition—Fishing Tackle—Rods and Reels fctt’s Uardiuaru “When You Think of Hardware—Think of Us” BEFORE YOU CHOOSE ... STAYS SILENT- LASTS LONGER Look at both types of refrigerators. One uses motor, machinery, moving parts to make ice and cold. The other—the famous Serve! Gas Refrigerator—operates with a tiny jet of gas flame. Not a single moving part to wear or make noise. So Servel alone stays silent, lasts longer. Com.* see the new Gas Refrigerators today. NEW LOW PRICES WEST OHIO GAS CO. More than 150 Bluffton kiddies crowded the spacioiJs American Le gion hall last Saturday afternoon for the annual Easter egg hunt spon sored by the Legion Auxiliary. Sixty-eight dozens of brightly col ored eggs were distributed to the children. In the distribution there were 36 prize eggs, plus 10 contest winners. Members of the Auxiliary child welfare committee, which conducted the contest, included: Mrs. Jessie Basinger, chairman Iina Amstutz, Goldie Weiss, JoAnn Dillman, Helen Foltz, president of the auxiliary Mary Louise Green, Dorothy Steiner, Edna Schultz, Margie Huber, Idonna Huber and Elva Zimmerly. Contest winners were Nancy Pat terson, Tessie Preto, Virginia Loch er, Donald Zimmerman, Ralph Reich enbach, Jr., Charles Niswander, Tom my Benroth and Louise Core. Farm Women's Clubs Plan Spring Meeting The Bluffton Methodist church will be the scene of the spring meeting of Allen County Federation of Farm Women’s clubs Thursday, beginning at 10 a. m. Mrs. Daniel W. Seagrave, Lima, who spent several years in Japan where her husband was stationed, will be the guest speaker. Group singing will open the morning pro gram and the Community Home makers club will conduct the devo tions. A business session will fol low the flag presentation by mem bers of the Profit and Pleasure club. “The Beauty Doctor,’’ a playlet by members of the Farm Women’s Im provement club will feature the afternoon program. Music by the Farm Women’s chorus and a piano solo by a member of the Goodwill club will also be heard. Cory-Rawson P. T. A. Sponsor Banquet Mt. Cory and Rawson Parent Teacher Associations sponsored an athletic banquet and fellowship at the Mt. Cory school gymnasium last Monday night. Awards were given to basketball teams, and Ernie Godfrey, assist ant football coach at Ohio State, spoke and presented pictures of the Rose Bowl game. The nightingale sings day or night, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. Ester C. Henderson, whose address and placet of residence are unknown, and the Un known Heirs at Law, Devisees, Legatees, Ad ministrators, Executors, Legal Representatives and Assigns of Mrs. Ester C. Henderson. Deceased, all of whose addresses and places of residence are unknown, will take notice that, on the 23rd day of March. 1950, the plaintiff. Wilma Hall, filed her petition against them in the Court of Common Pleas of Allen County, Ohio, the same being Case No. 39522 in said Court, for the puriose of quieting the title of certain real estate in said petition described, to-wit: lxt Number Thirty-five (3") in Longacre Gardens, Situated in Bath Township, Allen County, Ohio. The prayer of said petition is for the quieting of title of said real estate and for other equitable relief. Said defendants art* required to answer said petition on the 3rd day of June, 1950, or judgment will be taken against them. i Wilma Hall. Plaintiff By: F. W. Gooding, Her Attorney. 4 i ^-''-5 I 1J 15 ONE COAT WORKS WONDERS Brush it on any wall surface to a thickness of‘4»to’A» of an inch ... for durable smooth, stippled or 2-tone finish. SILA TEX actually seals cracks or wallboard joints as you paint —saves extra decorating. Easy to apply. Get SILA-TEX Tex ture Wall Paint now for eco nomical decorating. 9 pos'®' 9.0*“ Bluffton Cement Block Inc. Dealer in Building Supplies 305 Cherry St. Phone 365-W Bluffton, Ohio THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Wore Than 150 Kiddies In Legion Auxiliary’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt Winners in the grades division in cluded Pre-school age Larry Marshall, Paula Greding, Scotty Ed wards, Luquetta, Basinger, Loretta Fisher, Robert Badertscher, James Badertscher, Karen Burkholder, and Tommy Benroth. First grade—Jimmy Burkholder, Kyle Batterson, Jerry Mericle, Ray Getties, Junior Amstutz and Craig Edwards. Second grade—Keith Baker, Karen Gerber, Ronald Zimmerman, Charles Lauby, Ronald Zimmerly, David Benroth and Carol Triplehorn. Third grade—Darrel Huber, Mary Lanning, Ronald Badertscher, David Hauenstein, Jim Burry, Gloria Mos er, Jerry Montgomery. Fourth grade—Ralph Reichenbach, Beverly Irwin, Virginia Loqher, John Hauenstein and Tom Neuenschwand er. Pandora Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Trostle and son Robert of Cleveland were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Trostle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Light and daughter Alice Jean of Ft. Wayne, Ind., spent Easter Sunday with Mrs. Clara Light. Mrs. Allie Hilty and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones were Sunday visitors in the Lyle Crow home at Benton Ridge. The Asi No Mas dub was enter tained in the home of Mrs. Margaret Augsburger last Wednesday evening. A preview of Easter bonnets was a feature of the evening. The legend of the Dogwood Tree, was presented by Mrs. Margery Cook and the story of the Seven Last Words by Mrs. Juanita Schumacher. During the social hour scrap books were made for the Maumee Valley Child ren’s Home at Toledo. Dainty re freshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Edith Leh man. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Long and son Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutter and Lonnie were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sutter and daughter Barbara Rose on Easter. Mrs. R. A. Krohn suffered a relapse in the Bluffton Community hospital on Sunday morning and is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Davidson of Leipsic, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Davidson and children Tommy and Cynthia of Lima and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph David son, Judy and Janet were Easter day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Dibert and sons Steve and Jimmie from Ohio City, were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burkhart. The Rev. Warren Powell, pastor of the local Methodist church will leave Monday to attend the E. V. Moor man School of Evangelistic preaching at Davenport, Iowa. The minister is among the 250,300 specially selected ministers 35 years of age and under of the denomination. This special school is in session from April 12 through 26. The cost of this train ing period will be defrayed by the General Board of Evangelism, and local cooperating Methodist churches. Rev. Robert Corl, school teacher, will have charge of services in the pastor’s absence. Mrs. John L. Gardner, Jr., and Ison Petejr of Rochester, New York. I are spending ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Carr and daughter Mary Jane. Otho Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas and sons Lynn and Jimmie from Detroit are- spending several days in the Elmer Buriy home. The W. S. C. S. of Pandora Metho dist church will meet on April 13th at 8:00 P. M. Mrs. Virginia Kempt will lead the worship program and Mrs. George Stoody will give read ings for the main feature of the program. Mr. and Mrs. George Packman rom Piqua were week end visitors of the Stanley Burkhart family. Mr. and Mrs. James Metcalf, Toledo,were callers in the C. D. Steiner home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Metcalf is the Farm Page Editor of the Toledo Blade. Mrs. Leroy Lemley opened her home to the Advance Club members on Saturday afternoon for the An nual guest day .meeting. Mrs. Eldon Reichenbach was the assistant hostess. Miss Hannah Bracy arrived here from Ft. Wayne last week and is a house guest in the home of Mrs. Leah Bracy and daughter. Other visitors on Easter were Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Bracy and family. AN ORDINANCE To Restrict Certain Parking Areas. Reduce Fire Hazard, and Provide Greater Safety Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Bluffton, State of Ohio, that it whall be unlawful to park any motor vehicle on South Main Street in said village between College Avenue and Kibler Street, and on Poplar Street from South Main Street to Harmon Road in said village, from 6:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M. E. S. T. (Sundays and legal Holidays excepted) for a period longer than two hours. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed gxiilty of a misdemeanor and shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any amount not to exceed Twenty-five (S25.00) Dollars. Passed as an emergency ordinance thia 3r4 day of April, l»50. W. A. HOWE. Mayor A. 3. B. LONGSDORF, Clerk 62 Bluffton Cage Team Wins Tourney Trophy Wilch Contractors eagers, sponsor ed by Harvey Wilch, won nmnerup honors in a regional invitational tournament held last week in Ken ton. The Wilch outfit was composed of members of the former Bluffton Brickcrete team, and lost in the KOYLON IS MOSTLY AIR. And Champion of its Class for ECONOMY tournament finals to Kenton Eagles. Fifteen teams competed in the meet. A trophy won by the eagers is on display in The News window. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO 1 Allen County, ss. Estate of Alice F. Murray Deceased Oliver S. Murray of R. R. No. 1, Lafayette. Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Alice F, Murray late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 31st day of March, 1950. JOSEPH B. QU ATM AN Probate Judge 2 Lets look at the Inside OF THE FINEST MATTRESS EVER MADE Millions of minute bubbles are whipped into pure latex. 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