127 N. Main Street
Beef and Pork Slaughtering
Processing—Cutting, Wrapping 2c pound
We are now equipped to give Vyou this service winter or
Beef by the Quarter----- Pork by the Side
AtoZ Meat Market and Locker Service
MADE WITH MASTER MIX CONCENTRATES WITH M-V
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger, Mgr.
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding
Deliver Phone 317-W
tti bu'1^ u?
COME IN, AS! ABOUT
Make sure of the proper development
of bone structure the right body
growth to produce high-vitality pullets
capable of sustained egg production—
with a new, complete feed Containing
M-V (Metbio-Vite). Come in. Get
convincing facts, today I
”Afy '50 Ford rides like
a big heavy car, and
you can't beat it for
says BETTY L. BALDWIN
it from me I'ce been
servicing Fords for 15 years
and the ’50 Ford's really
got^ft. There's practically
no f^jpintenance cost at all
Tpi driving one myself,"
says DONALD MESNARD
Ann Arbor, MkHlgan
trYoi( can bet my next car
uill be a Ford. I've driven
the *|0 Ford and it handles
and looks better than
any c^r I've ever owned,”
says l?tANK WELLMAN
North Girard, Pennsylvania
Fresh from a 7 to 3 victory over
Harrod in their first start of the
1950 season, Triplett softball team
will open their home schedule under
the lights at Harmon field this Fri
day night in a contest with Cooper
Tires, of Findlay.
On the mound for Cooper in the
miles out West
Sandusky Street, a
Findlay, Ohio fcj
OWNERS MECHANICS MOTORISTS SAY
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131 Cherry St. Telephone 172-W Bluffton, Ohio
Get a Free Estimate from us before you buy Gas, Oil,
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Triplett Softball Team Wins
Opener Will Play Here Friday
will be Clyde (Dizzy)
former Triplett employe
who later went on to
A native of Findlay, Kirk
endall has returned there, and will
pitch this year for the Cooper out
Following Friday night’s contest
THUR.-FRI. JUNE 1-2
“BLOOD ON THE MOON”
“OLD FASHIONED GIRL”
Gary Co&jA*r—Jane Wyatt
Comedy and Cartoon
TUES.-WED. JUNE 6-7
2 Shows Nitely—Kiddies Under 12
In A Car/
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
with Cooper, the Triplett team will
open league play next Tuesday night
in a game with Columbus Grove
Jeeps at Columbus Grove. In the
league schedule during the season,
the Triplett crew will play one loop
contest at home each week.
In their season-opener at Harrod
last Sunday night, Triplett came up
with a whooping five-run rally in
the fifth inning to make sure of
victory by a 7 to 3 count.
Triplett counted first in the en
counter, getting one run in the third
inning then added five more in the
fifth, and another in the top half
of the sixth. Harrod was scoreless
until the sixth when the home team
came up with three runs in their
only real threat of t'ne contest.
Beach went all the way
mound for the victorious
The box score:
Arnold, ss. .... .....
DL. Schmidt, lb.
Swank, 3b .....
“I SHOT JESSE JAMES”
Preston Foster—Barbara Britton
Of Ira Slusser, who passed
June 4, 1948.
We are sad within our memory,
Lonely are our hearts today
For the one we loved so deyly
Has forever been called away.
We think of him in silence,
No eye may see us weep,
But many silent tears are shed,
When others are asleep.
ONE "TEST DRIVE” WILL CONVINCE YOU FORD’S
THE ONE FINE CAR IN TNEJ0W-PRKB FIELD
Mrs. Ira Slusser and Family
We SeU, Install WARM AIR HEATING EQUIPMENT
The Bluffton Tennis Club defeated
the Sidney Tennis Club 4-3 in the
first match of
the newly formed
League last Sunday
behind after losing
three of the five singles matches,
Bluffton won both doubles contests
to sew up the match.
In the singles matches, R. Howe
(B) defeated A. Wurstner 6-2, 6-3
T. Foft, (S) defeated W. Little
6-3, 6-4 R. Simeox (B) defeated
Emley 6-4, 2-6, 8-6 R. White (S)
defeated N. Triplett 6-0, 6-2 and
Donegan (S) defeated
3-6, 6-2, 6-0.
In the doubles W.
R. Simeox defeated
Wurstner 4-5, 7-5, 6-4 and R. Howe
and N. Triplett defeated White and
Donegan 6-3, 3-6, 6-4.
The next scheduled match for
Bluffton will be at Bluffton, Sunday,
they will entertain the Lima
and Mrs. Gene Brollier of
Wert were Sunday dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hawk and
daughter were callers Thursday
evening in the home of Mrs. John
Mrs. Ida Hinkle spent Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carman.
The Home Builders class of the
held their class
evening in the
Mrs. Chet Long
home of Mr. and
Stephen Carey annd
Mr. and Mrs.
family spent the week end in Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Frederick of
Dola were Sunday afternoon callers
on Mr. and Mrs. Carter Blunden
and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and
daughter Bernadine were Sunday
dinner guests of the former’s mother
Mrs. Grace Miller in Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig
and sons Ronnie and Tommy of Cin
cinnati were holiday week end guests
of the former’s parents Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Ludwig.
NOTICE OF APPOINT!
THE STATE OF OHIO 1
Allen County, ss. S
Estate of Calvin Luijinbuly
Delbert Lusrinbuhl of R. _R.
Administrator of the estate o|
buhl kite of Allen County.
Io. 2, Bluffton,
has been aptointed aid qualified as
I Calvin Luprin
Dated this 24th day of Mty, 1950.
i'' QU ATMAN-------
1-BN with Cultivatt
1-M with cultivators
1-VAC Case with
1-1948 Allis Chaliiers
1-Direct connected I corn planter
for BN tractor
1-Hayes corn planter
1-Oliver “Radex” 2 If arrow 14-inch
1-Allis Chalmers tone-furrow 14
inch tractor ployv
1-BN direct connected one-furrow
good use| discs: Dunham,
New Equipment Ready
for Immediate Delivery
McCormick Disi Harrows
All Purpose Tiucks
5 & 6 Foot Cor bines .N
Manure Spread its I v
50 T. Balers v
New Holland ay Balers
Spring Tooth 1 arrows
McCormick N. 8 and No.
*^s—Models M. H.
Tractor Plow 3
Dunham Culti ackers, Cultimul
Cylinder Corn Shelters
Clipper Fanning Mills
International & ilkers
Milk Coolers, 5 eparators,
and Dairy Heal ers.
International I arrester Freezers
and Refri ger tors
Used Refrigeri tors good selec
tion, low price.
C. F. liswander
International larvester Dealer
Blufft in, Ohio
[The Largest Manufacturers
DEE ZEET ISCH
Besser kaufst dee Automobile
Inschurance YETZA .Felicht
morga isch es zu asphaat Du
«wirsch obbcr froh see ven eppiz
gschate dasz du uns gfragt
hesch. Mir hei drei “Kaiser
ische” gule Kompanies. Yederi
kennt dee claim pzalle und dat
nicht wisse dasz du unglicklisch
bish szhee. See sie so groz.
Venn mir’s not het hit so
saaga sie alle dasz mir see ei
Eis udder ontere fer schure.
Nit wahr? .1. Besser ksaest
der DIELER I^LARENZ graad
Dieler tee die polizies
239-W 1 125 N. Main,
“Diller’s Policies Pay”
I Clarence D. Diller
125 N. Main St. Bluffton, Ohio
UNKLE HANK SEZ
is onu? a hair-
UWE. MARGIN BETWEEN
SUCCESS ANO FAILURE.
For successful potato dig
ging this year get a
JOHN DEERE DOUBLE
LEVEL BED POTATO
DIGGER from O. C.
HURSEY & SONS. It is
the digger that completely
eliminates center clogging
digs two rows spaced
up to 36 inches. See them
you’ll want one.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1950
The English version of the
Swiss adv. is as follows:
“The Time is Here!"
Better buy your auto insur
ance now. Maybe tomorrow it
will be too late. But you will
be happy that you asked us if
something happens. We repre
sent three excellent companies.
Each of them could pay your
claim and not be aware that
you had tough luck. They are
If a fella’ doesn’t have it
today then everyone says he
was very foolish indeed. Either
he was a “jackass” or a
“jas§ack” one or the other for
sure. Isn’t it
“At Diller’s your policies
Phone 239-W 125 N.
The right ingredients—that’s the difference between
Success and Failure. I
Diller Insurance Agency
Note: Be sure to see
of this Swiss advertising in his
spacious office windows this
NEW MACHINES FOR SALE
John Deere A-B and MT tract
Towner Heavy Duty Disc
John Deere Disc Tiller
Corson Soil Sergon’s 8 ft.
John Deere 8 ft. CC Field
John Deere 3 section Spring
12* and 14* No. 44 2 Bottom
12*-3 Bottom No. 55 Plow
John Deere 2-Row Rot. Hoe
John Deere and New Idea
John Deere and New Idea Pow
John Deere and New Idea Side
John Deere Automatic Wire
E-Z-Flo Dust No. 10-Z-3A—10% Zerlate and 3% Aerosol
DDT. For disease and insect control on Melons, Cu
cumbers and other DDT sensitive $rops. 5 lb. and 50
E-Z-Flo Dust No. 37—7% Metallic Copper and 3% DDT.
For control of both insects and leal diseases of pota
toes and beets.
E-Z-Flo Dust No. 75—%% Rotenone.
Crops, Berries, and Ornamentals.
5 lb. and 50 lb. bags. A HjAf
E-Z-Flo Dust No. 200—DDT^Rotenon
phur. General purpose dust or spray for control of
many insects and diseases. Especially for Gardens,
Roses, Ornamentals, Shrubs and Trees. 5 lb. bags and
50 lb. bags.
E-Z-Flo Spray No. 8 Special Peach and Plpm Spray. Con
tains Wettable Sulphur, Lead Arsenate and Zinc
Sulphate for control of brown rot, siab and curculio
of peaches and plums. 5 lb. bags.
DuPont Vegetable—DuPont Garden Dust and Spray for
Insects and Diseases in Garden Cro|s, Shrubs and
Ornamentals. 1 lb. cans.
Dowklor-Chlordane 40% Wettable, for Vegetable crop
pests as: stink bugs, aphids, thrips,
sweet corn truck crops, legumes, flo^
and grasshopper control for strawb i
apricots and soil pests. Also for buildi
Herr’s Flowers & S
126 S. Main Street 12S
Notice: After May 30th, the store hours wil
[More People Use “LENNOX” than any Other Make]
Grain and Bale
13 by 7 Tractor
No. 490 4-Row
IHC and John Deere Manure
Durham Disc Harrow
1938 Model A Tractor
“BETTER Harvests come from BETTER Care"
Weather, Timing, Method of Application—are Import
ant Factors in Successful Use of Dusts and Sprays.
'or use on Truck
For insects only.
'erbam and Sul
ed with flies, mosquitoes, ticks, fleas ar other insects.
4 lb. bags.
T. C. A. The most potent Weed Killer on tl e market. For
control of Johnson Grass, Bermuda Jrass, Thistles,
Poison Ivy, Underbrush, etc., by the po md or drum.
Let us help you use the proper E-Z Flo Dusts and
sprays recommended for control of Insect i and Diseases
attacking various crops.
“It’s the little things that cou
“The Nature of Harvest is the Nature
A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
S. Lawn Ave.
be from 7:30
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