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THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1950
Francis Basinger, D. D. S. Evan Basinger, D. D. S. Telephone 271-W Bluffton, Ohio Fflow Music, Music, Music Records Records New records every week—Classical and popular. Is your child having trouble blowing that band instrument? I can check the instrument and fit a mouthpiece that will end their trouble. At present I have reduced the prices on these clarinets: 1 Penzel-Mueller gold lacquered 1 Bettoney, silver 3 Davitt & Hanser Grenadilla wood with ebonite bell 1 Kohlert Grenadilla wood Trade in your old relic instrument on one of these fine clarinets and compare my prices. Don’t forget I have hundreds of overstocked records as low as 30c. Hahn’s Music Store 216 West Elm Street Highest Market Price For Poultry and Eggs Country Route Service—a phone call brings our truck to your door. Charles Kinsinger PHONE 492-W Lawn & Elm Streets Bluffton, Ohio IRST thing you notice, of course, is the bother and effort Dyna Drive* saves. Next, that Dynaflow saves you physically—after long trips you’re less tense and tired, more relaxed. But then, as the miles pile up—and this comes from cold, recorded fact after Dynaflow’s two years of pub lic operation—you spot savings you hadn’t expected You save on tires—because power application is steady, even. On clutch expense—the usual friction clutch is gone. You save on transmission mainte nance, and the rear-axle expenses likely to go with it. And the way your engine is oil-cushioned against normal shocks and strains shows up in less engine upkeep. Standard on ROADMASTER, optional at extra cost on SUPER and SPECIAL models. FOUR-WAY FOREFRONT Thi» rugged front end (1) »he ‘*yle note, (2) saves on repair costs—verti cal bars are indi viduolly replaceable (3) avoids "locking horns,” (4) makes parking and garag ing easier. GORDON BIXEL, 0. D. 122 South Main St., Bluffton EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Office Hours: 9:00 A. M.—5:30 P. M. Open Eveninps Wed. & Sat. 7:00 to 8:00 Closed Thursday Afternoon. Look how you save inis You may well discover another pleasant surprise, too. We are getting a steadily mounting number of well-satisfied letters about gasoline mileage with Dyna flow cars. The Special has shown some rec ords little short of phenomenal. The SUPER is delivering mileage that compares most favorably with gear shift cars. And the Armorsville Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. McCafferty, Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCafferty and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fish er were Sunday afternoon and even ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and sons. Charles Guider spent the week end with Miss Margaret Guider. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingler and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moser and family, Mrs. Charles Zeranti and children were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser and daughter. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Lysle McCarty and son. L. A. S. and W. S. W. S. of Lib erty Chapel church will meet with Mrs. Edith Swank Thursday after noon, April 20th Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paulsen and Dan Pamale of Columbus called at the C. E. Klingler home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and family called Thursday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Montgomery and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins and daughter, Monday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hauenstein were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sweitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Chances are you haven't appendicitis —or any other serious malady. But best to know. If your health is in question, coo •ok and co-operate with your Physician. And, well co-operate if you’ll bring prescriptions to us. A. Hauenstein & Son Perscription Pharmacist with Pqwtffow ROADMASTER more than holds its own with cars of its size and bulk. In short, there’s a lot more to please your budget in the 1950 Dynaflow than its new lower price. Refinements over the past two years result in savings that are siz able over the life of the car. Knowing that, don’t you want us to demonstrate the big side of Dyna flow—the utter smoothness of America’s first oil-does-it-oll drive? mrcra? youb bbice bangs __ Pho'te your dealer for a demonstration—Bight Now! Miller Bui ch Sales and Service N. Main & Elm Sts. Bluffton, Chic Phono 381-W —__— When better automobiles are built BUICK will build them THE BI UFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Only Buick has and with it goes: Ellis Hauenstein and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh Moser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hauenstein and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ris ser and family. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA NEWS COLUMN 4H CLUB TO MEET The Bluffton Boys 4H club will meet in the Agriculture room of the local high school at 2 o’clock Thurs day afternoon. Any boys or girls from 10 to 20 years of age interest ed in crops and livestock, gardening or shop projects in 4H should at tend this meeting. 4H club work has much to offer young people not included in academic school work. FUTURE FARMERS ELECT The Bluffton chapter of the F. F. A. held their annual election of offi cers last Wednesday evening. Le land Garmatter was re-elected presi dent. John Schmutz was elected vice president David Hofstetter, secre tary Don Oates, treasurer David Beery, reporter, and Donald Leiber, sentinel. Leland Garmatter and Don Oates were elected to the Allen county F. F. A. council which meets in Lima once each month. The newly elected officers will be installed in the June meeting and will take over their duties July 1st. ATTEND DIST. F. F. A. SPRING PLANNING MEET Leland Garmatter, president of the Bluffton F. F. A. and his advisor, L. A. Basinger attended the annual spring planning session of District 2 held at Spencerville, Tuesday. This is a training course for Chapter leaders and plans are made for programs of work for the com ing year. At this time applications for awards to members of the many chapters represented are examined and passed on. AN ORDINANCE Fixing the Salary of the Assistant Fire Chief Be it ordained by the Council of the Village of Bluffton, State of Ohio, that the salary of the Assistant Fire Chief of the Village of Bluffton shall be Fifty (850.00) Dollars for the period from the effective date of this ordinance to the end of the calendar year 1950. Passed as an emergency ordinance this 3rd day of April. 1950. W. A. HOWE, Mayor A. J. LONGSDORF, Clerk 52 Tune In HEURY TAYLOR. ABC Network, every Monday evening. highib- COMPRESSION Fireball valve-inhead power in three engines. (New F-263 engine in SUPER models NEW-PATTERN STYLING, with MU LT I-GUARD forefront, taper-through fenders, "double bubble" taillights WIDE-ANGLE VISIBILITY, close-up road view both forward and back TRAFFIC HANDY SIZE, less over-all length for easier park ing and garaging, short turning radius EXTRA WIDE SEATS cradled between the axles SOFT BUICK RIDE, from all-coil springing, Safety-Ride rims, low-pressure tires, ride-steadying torque-tube WIDE ARRAY OF MODELS with Body by Fisher. Matchless Team DYNAFLOW and F-263 In the Buick beauty pictured here you can have both Dynaflow and Buick's very latest in power. For every 1950 SUPER has the F-263 engine, that lively high compression stepper that's the big power thrill of the season. Dynaflow Drive is optional equipment at extra cost. Your Kef to Greater Value Here, There, and Everywhere The opening of the brick church edifice for the work of the Pente costal faith was observed at 2:30 P. M. Easter Sunday at Gilboa. The Rev. Maurino Hollaman of Findlay gave the address and the orchestra from the Blanchard Avenue church furnished special music. The church building was purchased from the Methodist trustees in February and has undergone extensive remodeling. The inside walls have been painted and new carpeting layed. Evangel istic services will be held each Fri day evening. Myron Nison, former Ada resident, now of North Hollywood, Calif., has signed a 22-week contract to sing with the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera which begins its season on April 25. “The Chocolate Soldier’’ is the first production. Mrs. Harry Baldwin of Benton Ridge has returned from spending the winter in Hollywood, Florida, with her brothers. Mrs. Lester Braun, was taken from Findlay hospital to Benton Ridge, Friday. The Arlington chapter of Future Farmers elected new officers for the coming year 1950-51. Bob Woodruff was elected president and Gene Line, vice-president. Members of the Beaverdam Lions club will stage a minstrel show at 8 I’. M., Friday, April 14 in the high school auditorium. Tiny Tim’s band of Columbus Grove will furnish the music. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Yoder ot Goshen, Ind., visited in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Yoder and family of Bluffton, Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Bixel, Bluff ton attended an Optometrists meet ing at Cincinnati the first part of the week. Mesdames Chester Huber, Fannie Motter, Bluffton and Mrs. Olive Per kins, Lima, were recent Sunday afternoon callers in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Reichenbach at Beaver dam, Mrs. Olive Perkins of Lima was a recent week end guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Powell and family of near Benton Ridge were recent callers in the. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall, Gilboa. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilch and daughter Sharon of near Jenera were Easter day dinner guests in the Pearl Peterson home east of Bluffton. Tom and Frank Dray east of Bluff ton entertained relatives from War ren, Ohio last week. J. G. Harris, has been taken from the home of his daughter Mrs. War ren Bennett, Findlay to his home near Mt. Cory. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Schroll and daughter of McComb were recent Sunday evening callers in the home of Warren Kline in Gilboa. William Luginbuhl, of Bluffton, who has been quite ill at his home on Lawn Avenue is improving. Mrs. Fannie Motter, east of Bluff ton, was a recent caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leiber and family in Beaverdam. The April meeting of the C. I. C. class of the Benton Ridge E. U. B. church was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Conine. Dr. Ira Jones, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, Lima, gave the address at the annual observance of “Ladies Night” at the Putnam county Methodist Brotherhood dinner meeting at Gilboa Methodist church, Tuesday evening. Sheldon Hall, president of Pandora presided at the business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Pugh, Dick Jones and Dorene Kolar of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pugh of Lima were recent visitors in the home of Velma Pugh, Columbus Grove. Mrs. Pugh who has been quite ill is able to be up part of the time. Verne Elliott, Columbus Grove has returned home after spending three weeks with his son Myron and fam ily at Yuma, Ariz. The 49’ers Advisory Council (Farm Bureau) met Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nash, Jr., Gilboa. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester B. Henne man of Columbus Grove are the parents of a daughter born Thurs day evening in Lima Memorial hospital. The Egry Register company, new industrial plant of Leipsic started production with two shifts working. New Oil Base WALL PAINT Now you can paint your walls easily and quickly with METH-COAT, the fine oil base paint for inside walls. Ready mixed—ready to use. Dries quickly. One coat covers wall paper. bare plaster, painted walls, wallboard, etc. Self-seal ing—no primer needed. Choice of latest decorator colors. Ask for it by name METH COAT Get it at Marshall & Bixel 144 N. Main Phone 139-W ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $2.50 for Horses .... $2.50 for Cows XeeordtBC to sixo »»d condition. BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone MAIN 475 Collect BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC. Custom Slaughtering Beef and Pork Slaughtering Processing—Cutting, Wrapping.......................... .. 2c pound Dressed Weight We are now equipped to give you this service winter or Summer Beef by the Quarter------Pork by the Side AtoZ Meat Market and Locker Service 127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W Notice of Sale The undersigned John H. Romey, Administrator of the estate of Belle Miller deceased and George R. Miller deceased will entertain bids for the purchase of the resi dence and lands of the above mentioned estates. Said land contains approximately 13 acres and is located in the SE14 of the SEI4 of Section 2, Richland Twp., Allen County, Ohio, immediately west of the main hall of Bluffton College, located on College road. Bids can be mailed to John H. Romey, 501 National Bank Bldg., Lima, Ohio, or deposited with A. D. Gratz, 129 Lawn Ave., Bluffton, Ohio. Bids wall le opened for consideration on April 22, 1950 at 2:00 P. M. at the office of A. D. Gratz, 129 Lawn Ave., Bluffton, Ohio. Bids may be made in writing or oral. PUBLIC SALE We, the undersigned will sell at public auction at 446 W. Elm St., Bluffton, Ohio, on Saturday, April 15th 1:00 P. M. The following property: 2-piece living room suite overstuffed 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. FRED H. and EVA MARTIN, Owners Thrapp & Warren Ream & Marshall Auctioneers Clerks Notice of Public Sale The personal property belonging to the estate of Belle Miller, deceased, will be sold by the undersigned at public auction at the late residence of said deceased Belle Miller on the 29th day of April, 1950 said residence located on College Road immediately West of College Hall in the Village of Bluffton, Ohio. Sale to commence at 1:30 o’clock P. M., the following personal property and other personal property of said estate will be sold at that time: 1 Walnut dining-room suite consisting of table, six chairs and buffet I Tappen four-burner gas stove 1 Westinghouse electric refrigerator 1 Kenmore washing machine, non-automatic 1 five-sectional bookcase 1 three-piece living-room suite—Wicker 1 Fisher cabinet grand upright piano and stool 1 cuckoo clock 1 shelf clock 3 wall pictures 6 hand-painted oil pictures 1 tele phone stand 1 odd straight chair 1 library table 2 living room rocking chairs 1 step ladder 1 ironing board 1 clothes drying rack 1 wall mirror 1 drop leaf kitchen table 1 kitchen straight chair 1 kitchen stool 2 folding chairs kitchen dishes—cutlery, pans, skillets and buckets 1 electric iron miscellaneous vases and dishes 1 glass candy set and bowl 1 Edison phonograph 1 antique mirror 7 bedroom pictures 2 Wicker chairs 1 Reed bottom bedroom chair 1 love seat settee 2 bedroom chairs 1 walnut chest of drawers 1 bedroom suite, three piece, birdseye maple 12 tons stoker coal 80 cans mis cellaneous fruits and vegetables 50 pounds salt 1 table and 2 iron beds. Terms of Sale: CASH. Leonard Gratz, Auctioneer A. D. Gratz, Clerk PAGE SEVEN JOHN H. ROMEY Administrator W. W. A. of the estates of Belle Miller, deceased, and George R. Miller, deceased. 501 National Bank Bldg. Lima, Ohio. John II. Romey, Administrator W. W. A. of the Estate of Belle Miller, deceased.