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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1950
Toilet and
Cesspool Cleaning
PAUL SHULAW
Blutton, Ohio
Phoie 578-W
Used Cars
1947 Dodged maroon,
custom 4-door sedan $1195.
1949 Styleliie Chevrolet,
black 4-door sedan $1495.
Miller Buick Sales
Main & Elm Sts.
Bluffton, Ohio
Phone 381-W
I
CLEAN UP PAINT UP FIX UP
HOW- ENJOY RADIANT HEAT IN YOUR HOME!
We Guarantee
YOU HEAT BETTER
FOR LESS WITH U. S.*
HEAT IN YOUR HOME—NOT DOLLARS UP YOUR
I CHIMNEY
CLEAN UP PAINT
Avoid climbing or working on a
ladder in a high wind.
How to live with your age will be
discussed during Farm and Home
Week at Ohiq State University.
See your county agricultural agent
for a copy of the preliminary’ pro
gram for Farm and Home Week.
SPECIAL
FREE—With every oil
change—one Grease
Job. CM
APRIL 17 THRU
APRIL 22 ONLY
Miller Buick Sales
Main & Elm Sts.
Bluffton, Ohio
Phone 381-W
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COMFORT RAY
RADIANT BASEBOARD
More comfort No draft* ... no cold flaart
More usable floor space No bulky radiator*
required Thrifty—attractive—practical
Matches modem interiors
Saves weight and Installation costs (replaces
your present wooden baseboard)
OIL HEAT1
1
Conversion Burners and Boilers
Installed ahd Adjusted Scientifically.
We Use BACHARACH Heating Service Instruments
to insure complete fuel combustion.
I
Emmert Plumbing & Heating
Automatic Heating Headquarters
up
Greatest ruel oaver Yer.
Operates 40 HOURS on
ONE Gallon of Oil
COMPLETELY NEW-A BEAUTY TOO
See it Today!
Before You Buy Ask the
Person Who Owns One
Basinger's Furniture Store
Forty-Seven Years of Dependable Service
FJX. UP
PERFECTION
3
FIR(
Beaverdam
Phyllis Younkman ancj Bob Clark
of Cleveland were Sunday guests of
the former’s grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. William Younkman and other
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall and
family and
Unity spent
fives here.
r. and
visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Rupright and family of Ney,
Ohio.
Mary Porter of West
the week end with rela-
Mrs. Clayton Rupright
Mrs. Edith Neuman and daughter
DWVe-inI
2 miles out Wea\
Sandusky Street,
Findlay, Ohio
THUR.-FRI. APRIL 20-21
“THE WALKING HILLS”
With\
a Raines
Randolph Scott & Hl
also I
“Jiggs and Maggie
FREE BABY CHICK$
500 KIDDIES FRia
in Court”
TO FIRST
iY NITE
APRIL 22
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li
ton Foster
SATURDAY
“THE BIG C|
In Color Wil
Lon McCallister, Pres
REAM
assidy
“DEAD DONT
with Hoppalong
•RIL 23-24
REDO”
n. Bendix
Cartoon
SUN.-MON. A
“STREET OF LA
William Holden W
Also Comedy and
'RIL 25-26
MILE”
TUE.-WED. A]
“WALK A CROOKI
With
O'Keefe
Louis Hayward-Denni
Also
“LET’S LIVE A 1
fITTLE
jarr
With Hedy Lan
2 Shows Nitely—Rail
First Show at 7:4.~
or Clear
P. M.
■Here’s hiw
to make fi hay]
tractor moprer
(arrhs its own
balanced weight.
Trails perfectly,
makes square
turn,.
Fully prot*t*d
cutler bar. NfirlprA
Fits any standard tractor. It’s faster, safer, easier
to use. Come in and see the Power Lift, Safety
Release and many other features.
JMewTpea
side rake and teddei
Use with tractor or team to build tall, fluffy,
windrows. You’ll like its speedy performance
and positive action. Next time you're la town,
drop in to see tn.
0. C. Hursey & Sons
Bluffton, Ohio
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
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OUR TOWN’S A FlRE-WISE TOWN.OtiR PEOPLE KNOW THM RU686H ANO Flftf GO HAMO-M HAMO
50 EVERY SPRING THEY REAllY CLEAN UP LOOK AT fARME* BROWN CLEANING UP Mt$ WOOCLOT MO
AU OF THE SMITHS ARE REALLY GIVING THEIR CAPE CODOER A REAL GOING OVER. BILL WHITES
PAINTING HIS HOUSE ANO THE BLACKS, HEXT DOOR, ARE REPLACING THAT 010 WOUOEN
Joan of Lima were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yant.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson en
tertained at Sunday dinner, Emma
Ruth Tucker and friend of Lima,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Conaway and
family
Wayne
Cory.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Michael en
tertained the Win One S. S. class of
the Methodist church at their coun
try home on Sunday evening. At
tending the meeting were: Eva and
Beatrice Obenour, Mrs. Russell
Augsburger, Mrs, Vern Labdell, Mrs.
Arthur Coil, Mrs. Lester Van Meter,
Mrs. Lewis Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
Doryl Robnolte, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zimmerman,
Wilma Zimmerman, Billy Herr, Con
nie Robnolte, Nancy and Diane Bak
er, Marjorie, Dorothy and Ralph
Van Meter, Bernard Gratz, Patsy
Michael, and the host and hostess.
Those from Beaverdam who at
tended the annual Inspection of La
Fayette Chapter No. 121, O. E. S.,
were, Mrs. Earl Creviston, Mrs.
Frank Anderson, Mrs. Basil Fisher,
Mrs. Harmon Downey, Mrs. Daryl
Robnolte, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Vertner, Mrs. Ralph Vertner, Mrs.
Wm. Lutterbein, Mrs. Myrtle Lut
terbein,
Yant, Mr.
Mr. and
Mrs. John
SHINGLE ROOP WITH FIRE-RETARDANT ROOFING. ALL OVER OUR TOWN,
PEOPLE JUST LIKE THESE GOOD FOLKS ARE GETTWH «K OF FIRE HAZARDS.
YESSIR. OUR FOLKS KNOW THAT GOOD HOUSEKEEPWG PMS Off
HAUDSOMILY IN LESS FIRES.
of Lima, and Mr. and Mrs.
Watkins and family of Mt.
L. H. Warfel is spending a
Mrs.
few' weeks vacationing in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grady of
near Hume spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Vance Weaver.
Mrs. Edith Wolf entertained the
Birthday club at her home on Satur
day night in honor of the birthday
of Mrs. Ella Huber. Attending
were, Mrs. Bess Brackney of La
Fayette, Mrs. Ada Rowdand of Lima,
Mrs. Beryl Downey, Mrs. Fairy
Arnold, Mrs. Myrtle Lutterhein, Mrs.
Genevieve Pugh, Mrs. Carrie Cook,
Mrs, Ella Huber and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
and Mrs. Donald Michael,
Mrs. Vernon Foltz and
Bielstein.
Amstutz is a patient at
He entered on
William
Memorial hospital.
Tuesday for the purpose of having
teeth extracted.
The Misses Gertrude and Leia An
drew's of New- Hampshire were Sun
day afternoon guests at the Rev. L.
D. Fauver home.
John Patterson and Clayton Rup
right received a thrill few of us ex
perience in this part of the country.
While returning from Ada on Mon
day along the Lafayette road one
and one-half miles w’est of Ada they
saw a deer in a field which quickly
FEDERAL LAND
BANK LOANS
IN
Allen, Mercery
Auglaize Counties
4%
Four-bar reel has
rMWvabl*
patented, double
curved ieeth.
33 Years
Fees or Commissions
made to buy land, pay
make improvements,
No
Loans
debts,
buy livestock, machinery, re
pay any or all at any time.
Mercer-Wapak
NATIONAL FARM
LOAN ASSOCIATION
A. W. KOENIG
Secretary and Treasurer
Younger Bldg. N. Main St.
Celina, Ohio, Phone 1199
Wapa Theatre Bldg., 3rd Floor
Wapakoneta, Ohio. Phone 9361
1106 Cook Tower
Lima, Ohio. Phone 40791
leaped over a fence and was soon
out of sight.
The Beaverdam
Quartet consisting
stutz, Ira LaRue,
Rev. L. D. Fauver
music Sunday evening at a union
Wood County service held at the
Cygnet Methodist church. Wives of
the quartet accompanied them. Rev.
Fauver, a former pastor, was the
speaker of the evening, his theme
being, “Communism and Christian
ity.”
Methodist
of William Am
Orvie Wirt and
furnished special
Milk casein fiber
into an air strainer
Protein from corn
used to product a
clothing.
CLEANED
Alky lots
Back yards
Front yards
Vacant lots
is being made
for carburetors.
Walls
Basements
Attics
House gutters
Porches
Garages
Furnaces
Street name signs cleaned
PAINTED AND DECORATED
Houses (outside)
Rooms (painted)
Rooms (kalsomined or water pt.)
Rooms (papered)
Floors.
Woodwork
Porches
Fences
Out-buildings
Screens
Roofs
Cellars and basements
NAME...
ADDRESS-.
TO
You’ll Get One of These
Here's a handy and convenient way to record your cooperation in Bluffton's Clean
Up, Paint-LTp and -Fix-Up Campaign.
You may clip this or use a copy of the blank which will be distributed to Bluffton
area residences this week by Boy Scouts and school pupils.
Fill out the blank after the clean-up, paint-up and fix-up on your premises. Hand
it to any school pupil for return to the schools or mail direct to the committee: Edgar
Chamberlain, Paul Emmert or Paul Greding.
OFFICIAL REPORT SHEET CITY OF
BLUFFTON
Clean-Up Paint-Up Fix-Up
Campaign
Sponsored by
Bluffton Town Council-Sluffton Business Men’s Assn
In filling out this report, show by figures the accomplishments,
for example, alley lots, 2 back yards, 1.
Public Sale
We will offer for public sale on
Saturday, April 22nd
at 12:45 P. M.
at 128 Northview Street, Findlay (North Side) the follow
ing household goods:
our
ASK ABOU
We Deliv
kernels is being
new fabric for
Solidoak roll top desk mahogany writing desk,
mmode with marble top
table buffet large glass
wardrobes davenport
lady’s oak writing desk, lady’s
maple top commotie dining roo
bookcase, 2 dressers 2 hall tre_2
book stand studio couch chin7closet baby bed, complete
s 6 stands and end tables
roller 2 high chairs small
air hot plate gas heater
3 rugs, 12X15 or larger 3 I
baby buggy, collapsible baby
oil heater leather rocking __ o________
gas cook stove several odd£fiairs lamps tools, and mis
cellaneous items too numeiws to mention. Possibly some
antique items.
TERMS—Cash, day
e.
Mr. and
Max B. Waldman and
Evan R. Burkholder, Ajqlls.
EASY WA
the day.
Milk Savina
PLANTED
1
1
Return to Edgar Chamberlain, Paul Emmert or Paul Greding. Or give this report to
any school child to return to their teacher.
PAGE ELEVEN
& v»aivnvuva, uavtupvii,
John R. Dunn, Owners
are fed dry .. Saving time and
trouble in the busiest periods of
are no messy pails to
dean .. Less chance for condi­
tions that might cause scours.
MASTER MIX
CALF PELLETS
Ibis modern method of calf-raising save*
milk, too. Compared with the hay-grain-miik
system, it averages 1600 lbs. less tssUk fier
calf, producing extra cash to meet expeoacc
MASTER MIX raises GOOD calves
sturdy, thrifty, fast-growing. Come in let’s
talk it over.
calf pellet program
ASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger, Mgr.
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding
Phone 317-W
Location of premises:--------------------
Flower boxes
Flower gardens
Vegetable gardens
Grass plots sowed
Shrubbery
Trees
Shrubbery and trees trimmed
Dead trees and stumps removed
MISCELLANEOUS
Buildings repaired
Buildings modernized
Porches and steps repaired
Roofs repaired
Water faucet leaks repaired
Screens repaired
Fences repaired
Electrical equipment repaired
Electrical wire or cord replaced
Old electrical fixtures replaced
unk—papers—sold $
Insect breeding places destroyed
Rats killed
Truck loads trash hauled away
Refuse cans disinfected
New refuse cans provided______

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