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MOTHER’S DAY MAY 14TH REMEMBER HER WITH CHOCOLATES THE FAMOUS SAMPLER AND OTHER WHITMAN'S ASSORTMENTS A. Hauenstein & Son The Corner Drug Store finish ...it has an oil base Hanna One Coat Flat Wall Finish is self sealing. Apply it right over the old wall paper Use il on painted or plaster walls. Easy to apply and quick to dry that’s Hanna One Cdat Flat. Fo Spend Summer On Tour Of Europe Harry Kohler, Fresno, Calif., music teacher, formerly of Bluffton will spend the months of June and July on a tour of Europe, it was learned here the first of the week. He will go by plane from Los Angeles to Now York and make a trans-Atlantic flight leaving New York June 3 and arriving in Luxem bourg the following day. A conducted tour, it will be made up of 35 music instructors. They will spend three weeks in Switzer land and another three weeks in other parts of Europe, including Oberam mergau where they will witness the Passion Play. Kohler expects to stop here when returning to his home in California late in July. News Want Ads Bring Results. Armorsville Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fenstemaker and family called at the O. P. Hart man home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Montgom ery and daughters were Maumee callers, Sunday. Chas. Zeranti and Mrs. Fred Schaffer spent Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. family, Mr. and and Jimmy Fox noon with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. E. Coldiron and family of Dearborn, Mich., and Mrs. Clyde Klingler and were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. McCafferty spent Sunday afternoon with and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and Past week callers of Mr. and H. O. Hilty were Mrs. C. wander, Miss Rhoda Hilty, Mrs. Robert Ewing, Miss .Hoffman, Mrs. Harold Young children, Mr. and son of Bowling Green, Mrs. Joe Hilty and family Mrs. Walter Schaublin, Mr. and Mrs. Ewing, Miss Janice Harold Young and and Mrs. Owen Spencer and and Roy Ream of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. C. iB. Platt, Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Steiner, and Mrs. Eva Kohli. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hartman ed on Mrs. Dora Hartman daughters Saturday afternoon. Waltermirc's YOUR FRIENDLY STORE •7 CflL/NG^ FLATLUX FLAT WALL For painting over wallpaper, wall board,plaster,wood,brick, metal or painted surfaces and over water-thinned paints. FLATLUX brushes on easily. Dries fast Washable ~A UTOS^W URN ITU RE WOODWORK WALLS call and NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF OHIO 1 Alien County, ss Estate of Emmett Edgar Hall Deceased L. Grace Hall of R. D. No. 1. Lafayette, Ohio, has been appointed' and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Emmett Edgar Hall late of Allen County, Ohio, deceased. Dated this 27th day of April, 1950. JOSEPH B. QUATMAN Probate udge 5 BUY THESE BPS PAINT SPECIALS FOR WALLS AND WOOD WORK SATIN-LUX SEMI-GLOSS Gives an attractive charm to walls, ceilings, furniture and woodwork. Brushes on easily and dries quickly to a smooth non porous, washable satin finish............' Makes old linoleum spackle like new. Dries quick. Can be washed?. Also for wood floors. Robert Simcox was elected presi dent of the Bluffton Junior Chamber of Commerce at an organization meeting of the group last Friday night in the hall above The News office. Other officers of the chamber in clude James Szabo, first vice-presi dent Charles Hankish, Jr., second vice-president Paul Reichenbach sec retary Don Augsburger, treasurer Robert Stratton and Harvey Bau man, directors for two-year terms Wayne Amstutz and Bud Wiess, di rectors for one-year terms. Meetings of the organization will Bonus claims totalling $2,117,889.64 in 7,054 claims have been paid to Allen county veterans or next-of-kin by the Ohio World War II compen sation fund, it was announced last Saturday from state headquarters. Payments made have this been with going■ son sons. Mrs. Nis and Ohio so totalled $230,207,843.56. amount $221,972,863.68 paid to 728,675 living veterans, the remainder of the to next-of-kin. has payment disburse to 6,841 Aggregate Allen county ments include $2,038,489.54 living veterans, next-of-kin. and $79,400.10 to Living claims paid in neighboring counties are as follows: Hancock, 3,426, $1,018,077.70 Hardin, 2,110, $625,377.78 Putnam, 1,684, $482, 692.79. Next of kin claims in other coun include: Hancock, 124, $47, Hardin, 81, $31,443.35 Put $29,573.53. ties 821.35 nam, TOE INJI RY Amos Reichenbach, Jr., employed in the shop of the C. F. Niswander farm implement store was treated at the Bluffton hospital, Saturday for injuries to the second toe of the left foot when an air compressor ac cidentally fell on it. He was later removed to his home on West Elm street. Rabbits breed from four to eight times a year. now bow much cash and Income your family would need for at hast the next five years If anything happened to you? H. F. Klingler 126 Poplar St. Phone 132-Y Bjufrton, O. THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA Best Paint Sold FOR WALLS WOODWORK, FURNITURE GLOS-LUX ENAMEL Particularly desirable for bath room & kitchen walls, ceilings, cupboards and woodwor GLOS-LUX flows on so eusy without brushmarks. High gloss, fast dry ing, washable finish SUPER GLOSFAST INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ENAMEL Applies easily Spreads on easily. Leaves no brushmarks Dries fast. One coat covers over ^O^^ INTERIOR USE GREUIXU IIAMUWAHE Ideal for floors, woodwork, furniture and exterior doors. Dries fast. tough..$cratch-proof\_ THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON OHIO Robert Simcox President Of Junior Chamber Of Commerce Organized Here $2,117,889 Paid On 7,054 Allen County Veterans Bonus Claims In the announcement, veterans who have not yet filed claims were re minded that June 30 is the deadline for receipt of applications. be held on the first and third Wed nesday night of each month. Membership is open to business men, farmers, students and profes sional men between the ages of 21 and 35. Aims of the organization are to assist in civic projects and provide leadership in the promotion of civic aims. Representatives of the Lima Junior Chamber of Commerce assisted in organization of the local unit. The Bluffton group will become affiliated with the state organization next month, it was announced. Pirate Nine To Play Two Games At Home Bluffton High baseball team plans to wind up its season with two home games this week, with the Pirates scheduled to see action on the Har and mon field diamond Wednesday Friday afternoons. On Wednesday, the locals tangle with Lima St. John’s, Friday’s season-closer will put the Pirates against Lima St. Gerard’s. will and In earlier contests, Bluffton lost to St. John’s and captured a victory from the Gerries. allege Orchestra Concert On May 26 Bluffton College orchestra will pre sent a spring concert in the college chapel Friday evening, May 26 un der the direction of Laurence Burk halter. The Academic Festival Overture by Johannes Brahms will be played in commemoration of Bluffton College’s 50th Anniversary. Symphony No. 5 by Franz Schu Ibert and Idomeneo Overture by Mo zart will also be played. Other num bers on the program are Six Pieces by Paul Hindemith and Village Swal lows Waltz by Joseph Strauss. Memoriam MY ROSE white, vour rose is red My rose is Y’our mother lives but mine is dead. And looking on your red, red rose, Which you wear, ah, so happily I wish some lucky wind that, blows Would bring my mother back to me. That I might take her hand again And press it so tenderly. I would dry the tears and ease the pain That in her life she bore for me. That chance is yours, not mine to night Your rose is red, but mine is white. Your rose is red and mine is white And yet when I kneel down tonight To say my prayers as shadows creep “Now I lay me down to sleep” The same know sweet prayer I used in days of long ago will come back to me will rest upon her knee. And love My mother My head Her hand will soothe my furrowed brow And I will know, some way, some how, My mother lives, she is not dead And my white rose will turn to red. In memory of our mothers: Mrs. Linda Swank, who died November 10, 1940 Mrs. Louise Shrider, who died on Mother’s Pay May 11, 1930. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Swank and Family Genuine RU-BER-OID ON ROOFS FOR OVER 35 YEARS- STILL GIVING SERVICEl OTHER roofings may look, feel and smell like Genuine Ruberoid— but the only real test of any roofing is its wearing qualities ON ROOFS. Many hundreds of Genu ine Ruberoid Roofs ap plied twenty, twenty-five, thirty and even thirty-five years ago are still giving good service. You can obtain Ruberoid durability only by buying Genuine Ruberoid. The words, "A Product of The RUBEROID Co.” on the label is your assurance of quality. Beaverdam, Ohio Bluffton Native Dies In Maumee James O. Lowry, 42, Bluffton na tive, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Maumee last Thurs day. He was a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Owens, pioneer Biufftoa residents, his mother being Mrs. Hortense Owens Lowry of East Chicago, Indiana. Also surviving are his wife Helen and three sons, William, James and Lawrence, all of Maumee: one broth er Frank of Lima and two sisters, Mrs. Gwendolyn Rahrig, Jackson, Mich., and Miss Conine Lowry of East Chicago. Funeral services were held in Mau mee Monday afternoon at St. Paul’s Luthern church with Rev. Vernon Linhart officiating followed by bur ial in Elliston cemetery at that place. Mrs. Harry Yoder Again Heads P. T. A Mrs. Harry Yoder has been re elected president of the Bluffton Parent-Teacher association, it was announced Monday night at a meet ing of the group in the high school auditorium. Other officers for the coming year include Leland Diller, first vice-presi dent Mrs. Adella Oyer, second vice president Mrs. Gerald Huber, sec retary, and Don Patterson, treasur- New officers of the group will at tend a school of instruction, sponsor ed by the Allen County P. T. A, Council, on May 31 in Lima. Merchants Baseball Team Meets Sunday Bluffton Merchants baseball team will hold its initial practice of the season on the Harmon field diamond at 2 p. m. next Sunday. Preceding the workout, the team will hold a meeting to /nap plans for the coming season, ers are urged to shine. Prospective play turn out, rain oi the season will be First contest of played by the Merchants on Sunday, May 21, against Findlay Merchants. Discolored Dangerous Broken Glass In Your Automobile GLASS FOR ALL MODELS Steinman Body Shop 234 North Lawn Ave. Phone 259-Y Beautiful Broadloom Ready-made-to-fit Easy-to-pay prices Bound to give your dreariest room an exciting new look! A gala choice of patterns and textures. Many ideal for young marrieds planning modern rooms. All of Announce Paint Demonstration Here Fett hardware announces a dem onstration Saturday afternoon and evening by a factory representative of Spread-Satin, a new Glidden man ufactured paint recently placed on FlX-iip PLOW POINT Welded to your old plow share! The New Wiese drop forged point is welded on worn share to give point NEW SHARE LENGTH AND STRENGTH. Bring in your plow now before the spring rush—Prompt serv ice! Augsburger Garage H. E. Augsburger 129 S. Main—Rear POULTRY GROWTH MASTER MIX Chick Starter This scientifically balanced start ing mash contains everything needed to build your chicks into bia. healthy birds. In addition, it contains METHIO-VITE which provides A.P.F. plus other vita mins and minerals for quick, efficient and economical growth of laying hens and broilers. See us for further details on how to make top profits with poultry. 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