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THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1950
Custom Slaughtering Beef and Pork Slaughtering Processing—Cutting, Wrapping........ Dressed Weight We are now equipped to give you this service winter or Summer Beef by the Quarter------Pork by the Side A to Z Meat Market and Locker Service 127 N. Main Street Phone 276-W 'I'M EARIY TO MARKET BECAUSE I'M 50 FAT MYSAINSWERESOBIPIO^ MASTER MIX SOW AND PIG CONCENTRATE Master Mix Sow and Pig Con centrate with M-V (Meth io Vite) will help you produce pork faster at lower cost per pound gain. Don’t wait. Ask us about it today. ONLY SERVEL HAS JET FREEZE Consider the Gas Refrigerator before you decide. Only Servel has a Jet Freeze system, without motor or machinery. Nothing to wear or grow noisy. UK STAYS SILENT LASTS LONGER West Ohio Gas Co Buy With Assurance 1919 1949 1948 1941 1939 Ford 8, /z ton truck, save money 191S 2c pound MASTER FEED MILL Leland W. Basinger, Mgr. Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding We Deliver Phone 317-W COMPARE BOTH TYPES NO MOVING PARTS IN ITS FREEZING SYSTEM Ford Custom “8” Fordor, Heater—A beauti ful gunmetal gray finish ................................. $1525 Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe Heater—A gun metal gray finish, low mileage, one local owner ......................................................................$1495 Chevrolet Fleetline, Radio, Heater 1949 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero Sedan, Radio, Heater very clean ..............................................................$1275 Ford 8, Super Dlx., Fordor, Radio, Heater ... $ 1947 Buick 8 Fordor, very clean Chevrolet Plymouth 1939 DeSota 1937 Phone 139-T Oldsmobile Tudor, very clean, good tires .... $ 495 1940 Hudson, Fordor, Heater, cleanest in town .... $ 545 1940 CASH TRADE EASY TERMS ARRANGED BIXEL MOTOR SALES Open Evenings Symbol of Your Ford Dealer ..$1495 $ 950 995 t)2t) 5 $ 275 $ 350 $ 225 Bluffton, Ohio Pleasant Hill Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and daughters called on Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Criblez and son Monday night. Mrs. Mary Kolter and daughter Martha of Zanesville spent the week end and over the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Garau and son. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Ernest and sons were Wednesday eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huber and family. Mrs. Margaret Brauen was a caller at the Gerald Huber home Friday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings and Rodney. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and son Darrell Lee and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber will leave this weekend for Colorado where they will visit rela tives in Denver and Loveland. Mrs. Clara Jennings and Mrs. Ruth Jennings and sons Larry and Tom called on Mrs. Willard Jennings Monday afternoon. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber were Mr. and Mrs. Brookes Huber, Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Blosser, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Clydee Hauen stein and daughter Deloris, Mrs. Lil lie Anderson, Mrs. Katie Huber and Mrs. Margaret Brauen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hauenstein were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hauenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ludwig and daughter Ginger called in the afternoon. Mrs. Idonna Huber spent Thurs day eve with her father, Mr. Geo. Eyers and sister, Mrs. Delmar Adams and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gleason and son Dan were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hover. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gratz and sons spent Friday eve with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blosser enter tained their children with a family dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Juliet Ashenbrentor and daughter of Pick ney, Mich., were also dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. J’aul Miller and daughter were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosseer and daughters. Dale and Edgar Huber and Bob Stratton were in Cleveland Sunday at the Cleveland Indian-Detroit Tiger baseball game. Mrs. Margaret Brauen of McAllen, Texas, was a Sunday dinner guest at the R. L. Huber home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Parrell were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Younkman. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Younkman were Sun day afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moser. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman and daughters called on Mr. and Mrs. Cal Herr Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frantz and daughters and Mrs. Sam Badertscher were Sunday eve visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman and family. Carol Jean Frantz is spending several days with Karen and Joyce. Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Reichenbach and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gratz were Sunday eve visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings. Friday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Miller and sons of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kohli and daughter Candice were Sunday eve visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reich enbach. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Younkman and grandson Bernard called on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips Sunday after noon. W. S. C. S. will hold their annual picnic at Ada Sunday with a basket dinner at noon. All Sunday school members of Pleasant Hill are invited to attend. The W. S. C. S. of Pleasant will sponsor an ice cream social at the Community house Thursday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and family were Wednesday eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber. No sharp rise or fall in the gen eral level in this country is expected in the next few months. Tubular Steel Lawn Chairs Seat and back made of 20 gauge body sheet steel with pleasing design. Welded high carbon steel tubing for frame. Weather resistance, baked on enamel. Red Seat and Back, White Frame _________ $4.95 Green Seat and Back, White Frame _______________$4.95 Croquet Sets Large size sets with colorful appeal. Supplied in bright en ameled rack. 4 Ball Set----- $5.95 to $7.49 6 Ball Set___________ $7.49 8 Ball Set__________ $10.15 standard non-oscillating ---------------------------$4.40 single speed oscillating 8* Fan 10" Fan 12" Fan Positively the best value of fered and the best looking, most efficient in its price class. three speed oscillating Greding Hardware THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Rockport Miss Rebecca Marshall was a Wed nesday eve dinner guest of Miss Helen Fusher of .Cairo. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mayberry and Mrs. Anna Mason spent Thursday eve in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale West enbarger near Vaughnsville. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cupp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Begg and Miss Edythe Cupp were Saturday and Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Smith in Cleveland. Rev. and Mrs. L. W. McIntire and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Naas of Bluffton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jagger were guests at a meeting of the Farm and Home Advisory Council held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Steph ens last Wednesday eve. Mr. Naas presented information on the pro posed purchase of the Harrod ele vator and Rev. McIntire gave an interesting and instructive talk on the topic of the month: “Not By Bread Alone.” The July meeting will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bucher. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whisler, Ocean side, Calif., who have had their house trailer parked at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marshall for the past month, left Wednesday for Michigan where they will attend the Cherry Blossom Festival and will see other points of interest in Michigan before their return. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Campbell and Mrs. Anna Mason motored to Mans field Tuesday where they spent the day with several cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Courtney and the Misses Grace and Katherine Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall, daughter Rebecca and son John, at tended the wedding of Miss Pauline Stover and Mr. James Core which was held in the Congregational Christian church in Cairo, Saturday eve. Mrs. Glen Mayberry will be host ess to the Presbyterian Missionary society for the July meeting. The pro gram theme is “Foreigns Missions with Devotions,” Mrs. Harold Cum mins Topic “Japan Begins Again,” Miss Edythe Cupp Year Book of Prayer, Mrs. Edgar Begg. Daily Vacation Bible school opened here last week with an enrollment of fifty pupils. Teachers and assistants in the work are: Rev. and Mrs. Wright of the Methodist church and Rev. McIntire of the Presbyterian church, Mrs. LaRue, Miss Edythe Cupp, Rose Leigh Mayberry, Nancy Wells, Donna Jean Greenway and Phyllis Lentz. Closing exercises will be held Sunday eve to which you are cordially invited. Mrs. Orlo Marshall accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Millen Geiger to Cleve land Saturday, where she spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Cahill and daughter Lynne. Two farm sales in the neighbor PRICES SLASHED!! Electrical Appliances 1949 & 1950 Models Frigidaire Refrigerat ors, Ranges, Electric Water Heaters & Ironers. 1950 Maytag Automatic Washers and Conventional Type. 1950 Bendix Automatic Washers, Dryers and Ironers. Dairy Equipment Milkers Cream Separators 4 Can Milk Coolers McCormick McCormick McCormick General Electric Stock Waterers Stock Tanks—All Sizes both Cel’na and Logansport. Celina Summer Fountains Celina Winter Fountains 2-Tanks Only for Celina Summer Fountain Farm Equipment Farmall Tractors, Cub, C, H, M. Mowers for Cub, C. A, and 25V Universal hood were reported last week. Wil liam Stephens bought what is known as the Kalb farm of the Kalb heirs and Nelson Wells purchased the Zeider farm now occupied by the Stenien family. LEGAL NOTICE Clarabelle Kugler, whose last known place of address was Clarabelle Kugler. 406 S. Central, Lima, Ohio, is hereby notified that Gerald E. Kugler has filed his petition against ter for divorce, custody of minor children, ■eal estate, and for all further equitable relief he may be entitled to in the premises, on he grounds of gross neglect of duty and ■xtreme cruelty, in Case Number 39573 in he Common Pleas Court of Allen County. )hio. and that said cause will be for hearing n or about six weeks from the date of the irst publication of this notice. Turbin. & NaVarre, Attorney for Plaintiff Durbin & Navarre 301 Dominion Bldg. Lima, Ohio 15 SPECIAL DEAL! S5.CC Service Packages $5.00 Package No. 1 WHEEL BALANCE We will balance all four wheels, furnishing all weights REGULAR PRICE $7.00 You Save S2.CC $5.00 Package No. 2 Front end alignment—Adjust toein, adjust caster & camber & adjust Steering. REGULAR PRICE $7.00 YouYav© S2.CC $5.00 Package No. 3 Cooling System Reverse flush radiator & block, install new radiator hose, & check all connections. REGULAR PRICE $6.85 You Sav© SI.85 These specials are good for all makes of cars. June 1st is the starting date of the state wide safety check so come in and get your Free Inspection. Steiner Chevrolet Sales 204-206 N. Main St. Phone 135-W Bluffton REMOVAL SALE Our New Warehouse at the rear of our Main Building is complete. We must vacate our previous storage room by July 15th but cannot do this without help. You can help not only us but yourselves by taking advantage of this money-sav ing sale that will run until Wednesday, July 12. Discounts on new merchan dise will run from 5 to 33 1-3%. Look the following list over, we are sure you will find things that you need and we need to get rid of. Side Rakes, 3 Bar Tedder and Rake, and 4-Bar Tractor Rakes. Combines, 5 and 6 ft. cut Ensilage Harvesters and Blowers Grain Drills Corn Pickers Corn Binders Haminermills Corn Shelters both Power and Hand Fanning Mills Plows, Little Genius McCormick Rotary Hoes, Allied Steel Tooth McCormick Lime Spreaders Miscellaneous Equipment and Supplies Agricultural Weed-No-More in l/z Pints, Quarts, Gallons, 5 Gallons and 30 Gallon Drums. Hog Troughs—2 ft. and up New Holland Cement Mixers and Tractor Saws Rubber Tired Wheelbarrows, extra large Garden Cultivators C. F. NIS WANDER McCormick Deering Dealer BLUFFTON International Dealer ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED We Pay $2.50 for Horses .... $2.50 for Cows According to 1m and condition. BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio Phone MAIN 475 Collect BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY IIIIISTII REOItTIOlS on Made-to-Measure Clothes FOIl MEN AND LADIES Starting as low as $42.00 Hundreds of Fabrics to choose from Suitable for Spring, Summer and Fall Extra Trousers Steiner & Huser Quality Clothes for Men and Young Men SEE THESE BARGAINS!! PAGE NINE a Fairbanks, Morse Platform Scales Celina Double Tubs 1-Tractor Cab Monroe & Knoedler Hydraulic Seats Duo Therm Oil Burners Water Tanks and Pressure Pumps Complete Front Wheel Assembly for an “H” including Tires Front & Rear Tractor Tire Sizes both Goodyear and Goodrich Used Equipment and Supplies 3 3 3 1 5 K $2.00 with every made-to-measure suit Tractor Tires, a lot with good Your choice. Frames for & & B. Used Rear tread. Used Seat Tractors, Allis-Chalmers, Farmall Regular and others. Combines, McCormick 5 ft. Cut Balers, Case and New Holland Good Used Coal Heater and one oil heater A good supply of used ranges and refrig erators. Come early for your choke.