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Bluffton high school musicians cap
tured three superior ratings in a
Northwestern Ohio eistedffod for
bands, orchestras and choruses last
Saturday in Ada.
Superior ratings were won by the
Bluffton high orchestra, band and
the girls chorus.
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Bluffton High Musicians Rate
Well In N. W. District Competition
Bluffton’s boy’s chorus and the
Just a reminder
That I Am A Candidate
For Re-election As
Representative
To The General Assembly
Pol. Adv.
THE
mixed chorus received excellent rat
ings in the judgings.
Lafayette-J ackson representatives
were judged superior in the girls
chorus division.
More than 6,000 students from
Northwestern Ohio competed in the
all-day meet held on the Ohio North
ern university campus.
Dora Montgomery
Rites Held Friday
Funeral services were held Friday
afternoon in the Stanley Basinger
funeral home for Mrs. Dora Mont
gomery, 86, lifelong resident of
Orange township, who died last
Wednesday evening, following an ill
ness of three years.
A daughter of William and Nancy
A. (Miller) Warren, Mrs. Montgom
ery was born Feb. 2, 1864, in Orange
township. On Jan. 17, 1884, she
married Marion Montgomery, who
died in 1915.
Survivors include six daughters,
Mrs. Arthur Swank and Mrs. George
Kimmel, both of Bluffton Mrs. Ray
Guider and Mrs. Kenneth Dearth,
both of Ada Mrs.. Raymond Bame,
Tarzan a,
Strahm,
Gilbert,
gomery, all of Bluffton.
and Mrs. Von
four sons, Grover,
Calif.
Lima
Harold and Russell Mont-
There
also are 16 grandchildren
17 great-grandchildren, and a broth
er, John Warren, of Bluffton.
Mrs. Montgomery was a member
of the Orange Township Farm Wo
men’s club and the
church.
Liberty Chapel
pastor of the
the last rites.
Rev. Earl Lei st,
church, officiated at
Burial was in the Thompson ceme
tery.
Learn about new books for parents
during Farm and Home
March 21-24, at Ohio State
versity.
Week,
uni­
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO
Allen County, ss.
Estate of Mabel E. Heffner Deceased
George G. Heffner of R. R. o. 2, Ada,
Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as
Executor of the estate of Mab 1 E. Heffner
late of Allen County, Ohio, eceased.
Dated this 5th day of Apri 1950.
JOSEPH B, /QUATMAN,
Probate Ju
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The Lape Co.
BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
fireworks Warning
Is Early This Year
The campaign against the illegal
sale and distribution of fireworks to
the public is off to an early start
this year. State fire marshal Harry
J. Callan has issued a warning to
those contemplating the sale of fire
works in spite of the fact that the
Fourth of July holiday is still over
two months away.
Merchants and dealers who are
contemplating the sale of any type
of fireworks except those sanctioned
by law are being warned before
hand that they will be breaking state
law by selling these products to the
general public.
Sparklers, fountains, sky-rockets,
snakes-in-the-grass and other de
vices providing a “visible effect” are
fireworks under the Ohio law ac
cording to Mr. Callan in citing an
attorney general’s opinion.
Early warning on the sale of fire
works was prompted by the fact
that advance billings on such pro
ducts are now being made by manu
facturers. According to the state
law, fireworks are permitted only in
connection with carnivals, fairs and
other celebrations for which written
permission has been obtained from
the proper authorities.
Youth For Christ
Third Anniversary
Bluffton-Pandora Youth for Christ
rally to be held in the Bluffton high
school auditorium Saturday night
at 8 o’clock will mark the third an
niversary of this youth program in
the community.
Lanne Beaussay, the preaching
postman of Upper Sandusky will be
the guest speaker. The musical pro
gram will include numbers by the
Bluffton Hi-C girls’ ensemble, ac
cordion selections by Beaussay and
appearance of a mystery quartet.
The singspiration will be directed
by Rev. A. L. Schmidt of Pandora
assisted by Miss Helen Schumacher.
During the three years attendance
at rallies has run as high as 750.
Among the speakers were: Dr. L.
H. Ziemer, Toledo Dr. R. Neigh
bour, Fort Wayne Rev. Theo. H.
Epp, Back to the Bible Broadcast,
Lincoln, Nebraska Gil Dodds, track
champion of Wheaton, Ill. Rev.
Jared Gerig, Fort Wayne Rev.
Harry Jaeger and the Palermo
Brothers of Youth for Christ, Inter
national Dr. H. H. Savage, Pontiac,
Mich. the Skinner and Steele Evan
gelistic Party of Marantha Bible
Conference, Mich. Rev. Earl Jensen,
and Capt. Edgar Bundy, of Wheat
on, Illinois.
CARD OF THANKS
We w|sh thank our many
friends and neighbors for their aid
and sympathy, extended during the
illness and death of our mother
especially do we thank Rev. Leist
who officiated at the funeral the
Stanley Basinger funeral home in
charge of arrangements and Mrs.
Helen Worthington for her under
standing sympathy.
The Dora Montgomery Family
LEGAL NOTICE
Richard J. Tobin, whose address a/d place
of residence are unknown, Margaret Tobin,
whose address and place of residence are
unknown, John Tobin, whose 1/st known
address and place of residence/was 14200
Pierson, Detroit, Michigan, Helen/A. Madigan,
whose last known address and place of
residence was 8710 Dumba/on. Detroit,
Michigan, and the Unknown jHeirs at Law,
Devisees, legatees, Administrmors, Executors,
Legal Representatives and Awigns of Richard
J. Tobin, Deceased, and ou Margaret Tobin,
Deceased, all of whose ad/resses and places
of residence are unknowrf will take notice
that on the 11th day of ^February, 1950. the
plaintiff, Reed Hover, file/ his petition against
them and others in th/ Court of Common
Pleas of Allen County,/Ohio, the same being
Case No, 39450 in sail Court, for the pur
pose of quieting the/ title of certain real
estate in said petitior/described, to-wit:
Lots Numbered 3488, 3489 and 3490 in
Briar Hill Addition to the City of
Lima, Allen Ccpnty, Ohio.
The prayer of mud petition is for the
quieting of title off said real estate and for
other equitable rJlef. Said defendants are
required to answer said petition on the 27th
day of May, 1950, or judgment will be
taken against tl£m.
Reed/Hover, Plaintiff.
By: F. Wf Gooding, His Attorney. 2
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Foe Of Communism To
Speak Here On Sunday
Dr. Don R. Falkenberg, outstand
ing authority on the evils of com
munism, will speak in the Bluff
ton High school auditorium at 2:00
p. m. next Sunday, under auspices
of the Bible Meditation league.
Dr. Falkenberg recently completed
a three-months speaking tour in
Georgia and Florida, and will leave
in mid-June for a lecture tour in
Japan and the Philippine islands.
His organization, the Bible Medi
tation league, maintains a staff in
Berlin, which reports weekly on the
communistic situation.
Representative on the trustee and
advisory board of the Bible Medita
tion league in this area is Noah
Schumacher, of Pandora.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank sincerely all the
friends and neighbors for their aid
and sympathy extended during the
illness and death of our beloved
husband and father also Rev. Bohn
who officiated at the funeral serv
ices and all others who assisted in
•any way and all those sending
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