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Don’t reseed lawns unless the bare
areas are at least 1 foot square.
Check the grain drill for corrosion
or sticking before moving it in gear.
Household Electric
Appliance
Repairing
Also Radio Servicing
Electrical Supplies for
House Wiring
Lighting Fixtures I— Radios
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Mumma Electric Shop
Carl Mumma
122 North Main
MASTER FEED MILL
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom
Grinding
We Deliver Phone 317-W
YOU ARE INVITED
SHOT!
AS SHOWN ABOVE—
ALSO NEW SHOWING OF—
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of
week-day religious education classes
in the Bluffton community, a pro
gram of varied features was present
ed Sunday night in the First Men
nonite church.
Two former religious education in
structors appearing on the program
were Miss Ruth Yoder, of Bellefon
taine, and Miss Alice Trueschell, of
Bowling Green.
Mrs. Charles Lauby, present in
structor, reviewed the 25-year-old
education program, and showed pic
tures of classes over the span of time
the program has been in effect here.
A piano duet was played by Wilma
Jean Jorg and Arlene Gierman and
there was a violin solo by Lois Lauby,
accompanied by Wilma Jean Jorg.
POULTRY RAISERS!
See Our New Spring
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Showing of Porch and
All-metal tubular chairs, red and green (knock down). $3.49
All-metal tubular rocker, red (knock down)....................$3.59
All-metal Table...................................................... $2.39
All-metal Glidette, red and green............................. $13.95
Gliders from $32.50 up Steamer Chairs $3.98
Yacht Chairs $3.29
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Forty-seven Years of Dependable Service
Twenty-fifth Anniversary Of
Religious Education Observed
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USE NEW
MASTER MIX
WAYLAC«
Most Chicks and Poults keep on eating and gaining
weight throughout the siege of coccidiosis when fed
Waylac as recommended. Waylac, you know, is the new
special Master Mix Feed especially created
for the control of coccidiosis. Waylac con
tains no epsom salts or drugs, but is a feed
with a high level of milk solids and super
charged with nutrients, proteins, vitamins
and minerals, z-"-*——
The grade school choir sang, directed
by Miss Elma Ater, and children in
the religious education classes also
took part in the program. Rev. L. W.
McIntire, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, asked the invocation and pro
nounced the benediction.
Instructors of the religious educa
tion course over the 25 year period
included Miss Ruth Yoder, 1924-28
Miss Vivian Musselman, 1928-31
Miss Ruth Yoder, 1931-36 Miss Alice
Trueschel, 1936-38 Miss Janet Hen
derson, 1939-40 Miss Teefenthaller,
1940-41 Miss Sypos, 1941-44 Mrs.
Sylvia Pannabecker, 1944-46, and
Mrs. Charles Lauby since 1946.
Present enrollment in religious
education classes numbers 282, it was
reported.
Bluffton’s program of religious
education is sponsored by the Council
of Religious Education. Officers of
the organization for the past year
have been Rev. L. W. McIntire, presi
dent Clarence D. Diller, vice-presi
dent and Rev. O. Merrill Boggs,
secretary-treasurer.
Keep eggs cold and covered for top
quality after you buy them.
We Aim to
Satisfy
Every
Load Insured
G. E. Spallinger
Trucking
COAL
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Stoker
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON,
Temperance Talk At
Beaverdam Sunday
Dr. Virgil Finnell, chairman of the
National Prohibition association of
Winona Lake, Ind., will speak at
Beaverdam Methodist church, Sun
day night at 8 o’clock, it is an
nounced by the pastor, Rev. L. D.
Fauver.
Lot Here To Be
Sold For Taxes
One lot in Bluffton is included in
the public sale of some 300 tax de
linquent properties in Allen county
it is announced by County Auditor
Russell L. Hire. The sale will be
held June 6 and 7, beginning at 10
a. m. each day. Two lots in Beav
erdam will be sold, also.
Pandora
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lugibihl and
daughter Judy, Mrs. Ed Rice and
daughter Marjorie, of Lima, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Morvay
and son Richard, last Sunday.
Miss Amy Leightner, employed at
the Bible Institute at Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Leightner over the week-end.
Mrs. Hiram Krohn and daughter,
Mrs. Bernice Anderson returned to
their home on Thursday after a
several weeks’ trip through the
southern states.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sheidler Vallejo,
Calif., were week-end guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheidler.
Friday guests in the Sheidler home
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Terry, of
Leipsic.
Mrs. Clara Light, Mrs. Amos
Bracy and daughter Clara accompan
ied Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Light and
daughter Alice Jean, of Ft. Wayne,
Ind., to Fihdlay for Sunday dinner.
Mr. C. D. Steiner was returned to
his home here on Wednesday from
Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George Packman,
Piqua, were week-end guests of the
Stanley Burkhart family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boggs and
family, of Dayton, were week-end
visitors of the latter’s parents, Mr.
Put
a man in RugEy
Sportswear and he’s
right at ease and
right in appearance.
Yes, Rugby Sportswear
is right for play, leisure
and casual wear and
these garments of mod
ern style and comfort
are ready now
KUOEY KNITTING MILLS, IN*
Sold in Bluffton by
Geiger & Diller
Distinctive Sportswear
Clean-Up Spruce-Up Primp-Up
OHIO
and Mrs. J. D. Plankenhorn.
Mr. and Mrs. George Decker spent
the past week in Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kerr, Ottawa
were dinner guests on Sunday at the
W. C. Zuercher home.
Mrs. Louis Risser, Jr. is over-all
chairman of the committees on ar
rangements for the annual May Day
celebration to be held on May 19.
Ruby Geiger was chosen queen and
Don Basinger to reign as king. The
annual pet parade which is one of the
highlights will be at 9:15 A. M. pre
ceded by the band. A picnic dinner
will be served at the noon hour.
Earl Thompson was admitted to
the Bluffton Community Hospital on
Sunday evening, ■where he underwent
surgery for appendicitis.
Mrs. C. A. Basinger opened her
home to the members of the Advance
Club on Saturday afternoon. Roll
call was answered too with “Some
interesting facts about the colored
race”. Mrs. A. A. Dalton, of Lima,
was guest speaker, and chose for her
subject “My People.” Music was
provided by a trio.
Mr. and Mrs. Edsil Dibert and sons
of Ohio City, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
Burkhart spent Sunday at Turkey
If you can
read Spanish
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GASTA MEMOS ELECTRiCIDAD
n nimva bomba "VARIJET’" patenta^a
& W rinde hasta 70 por ciento mas de
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para pozos poco profundos La "VARLILT"
de & W satisface las nens blades extra
ordinarias del hogar y la granja. sin exiirir
mas potencia del motor electric©, y Id bare
con menus carga en el motor. Es de mtis
larga de duracion y mayor seguridad de
ftincionamiento. Paia emplco con dcscarga
libre, con deposito nu
matico (como se ve in el
grabado), o con deposito
elev ado. Se ensaya la
presion y la capar idad de
cada bomba. Garantia
completa, respaldada por
la experiencia de la &
W desde 1866.
F&W
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BOMBA PROYECTIL
VARIJET
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In plain English Elin/ & Wall
ing Pumps are Don’t fail to
read why inLrhture advertise
ments in English.
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Plumbing* & Heating
“Prompt, Courteous Service”
Phone 176-W Bluffton, Ohio
Both for less than the regular
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Mrs. Virginia Davies and son Ber
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Savio and
family at North Baltimore.
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THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1950
Ffrtf time everotitfeef/
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this means fresh new beauty at a
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a run-down look inside the home
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