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THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1950
More Money!
Th© Northwestern Way
For Yourself For Your Family
A. C. BURCKY, Phone 491-Y
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Telephone 194-W
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condition. From pups to field
trial veterans they all say
like Dogburger”!
MASTER FEED MILL
Leland W. Basinger, Mgr.
Feeds, Fertilizer, Grain and Custom Grinding
We Deliver ..... Phone 317-W
Pwise
LAINLY, here travels a man
in the ways of fine
motorcars.
You know that, by the four
Ventiports and the rich sweep
of chrome which mark his car
as a Roadmaster.
You know it, should you trail
him on the highway, by the
smooth lift of the big Fireball
Only BUICK has
Dqsusflow- drive*
and with it goes:
HIGHER-COMPRESSION Fireball valve-in-head
power in three engines. fNew F-263 engine in
SUPER models.) NEW-PATTERN STYLING,
with MULTI-GUARD forefront, taper-through
fenders, “double bubble" taillights WIDE
ANGLE VISIBILITY, close-up road view both
forward and back TRAFFIC-HANDY SIZE,
less over-all length for easier parking and
garaging, short turning radius EXTRA-WIDE
SEATS cradled between the axles SOFT
BUICK RIDE, from all-coil ipringing, Safety
Ride rims, low-pressure tires, ridesteadying
torque-tube WIDE ARRAY OF MODELS
with Body by Fisher.
Standard on ROADMAS TER, optional at extra cost
on SUPER and SPECIAL models.
Tune In HENRY J. TAYLOR, ABC Network, every Monday evening.
ipwwwyg.t A:**-** WHIN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK Will BUILD THEM
power plant at his toe’s com
mand, by the obvious levelness
of the ride he enjoys, the swift
ease with which Dynaflow Drive
solves his traffic problems.
What is not so ^lain from what
you see is that here also is a man
very wise in what,today’s dollar
should buy!
For this man has aft that a fine-
car owner can ask fqr —brilliant
performance, a ride without
equal for gentle softness, finger
easy handling, abundant room
all around him, styling, that is
easily the most distingui
the highway.
No one, except some of these dry
ice experts, can do anything about
the weather, but if a camper or
picnicker has some ideas of what it
will be like on the morrow, he can
prepare for the worst ... or best.
Luis M. Henderson, noted artist
and outdoorsman, has an interesting
chapter on weather signs in his new
book, “The Outdoor Guide.” These
signs are not infallible, but they are
not based on superstition and war
rant the attention of any one who
plans to take a camping trip this
summer.
Regarding weather signs, Lu says:
"If the smoke from your campfire
rises highly in a long, spiral thread,
there’s good weather ahead, but if it
rises sluggishly for a short distance,
drifts off slowly and settles, then
break out the rain gear.
“If all the trees (particularly the
maples) are showing the unedrsides
of their leaves, look for rain within
24 hours.
“Heavy dew on the grass presages
fair weather, lack of it is likely to
mean rain.
“Red at night, sailor’s delight...
red in the morning, sailors take
warning! The same rule applies to
rainbows in reverse. A rainbow in
the morning bodes no good, but a
rainbow in the evening portends a
fair tomorrow.
“When the moon wears a halo, or
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Yet he paid considerabl
than comparable merit
elsewhere.
less
sts
Miller Buick Saks and Service
N. Main & Elm Sts. Bluffton, Ohio Phono 381-W
THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO
has a ring around it, look for rain.
The same goes for a red moon.
But when the moon is a clear, bright
‘white’ you are pretty safe in plan
ning a trip next day.
"When the sky is like black velvet
and the stars seem especially bril
liant and more numerous than usual,
look for rain or snow the next day.
“Big white, puffy clouds that look
like balls of cotton mean fair weath
er, if they stay scattered, but when
they gather in a mass over one spot,
such as a mountain or wooded hill,
look out!
“Cirrus clouds, or ‘Mare’s tails,’
those little wispy affairs high up,
are a bad sign. If they are drifting
rapidly across the sky, there is
likely to be a storm within the next
24 hours.
“Clouds that move at different
levels and in opposite directions are
a warning of unpleasant weather
ahead.
“If the clouds float high about
sundown and are tinged with red,
prepare for high wind to follow.
“When you see crows pitching and
tumbling about in their flight, take
up on the guy ropes there’s a
gale in the making.”
LEGAL NOTICE
Margaret Stapleton whose last place of
residence was Richmond. California, and
whose present address cannot, with reason
able diligence, be ascertained, will take notice
that on the 28th day of July. 1950. William
P. Stapleton filed his petition for divorce and
equitable relief in the Court of Common
Pieas of Allen County, rOhio, known as Case
No. 39779. charging fcaid defendant with
gross neglect ot dutyAafd saiJ defendant
will take noticy thab' eaid ^jjMuse/will be for
heating on oy afteZ' the 18th day of Sept
ember, 1950.
\Vffliam P. Stapleton, Plaintiff.
By Robert J. Kuh/, Attorney. 21
THE BLOCK
THAT
STOCK
WAT N INS STOCK
MINERAL BLOCK
TRV'E W. YALE
529 Union St. Phone—Black 225
Ada, Ohio
He found fewer extra charges in
his delivered price, wim such
things as Dynaflow Drivt, foam
rubber cushions, windshield
washers, electric clock, even
non-glare rear-view mirror in
cluded in the price.
If you know fine cars, it won’t
take fifteen minutes behind a
Roadmaster wheel to see that
here is one of the finest.
If you have inquired about prices
a single glance at the delivered
figures establishes this as the big
buy of the field.
Why not make both checks
especially since your Buick
dealer will be glad to arrange a
trial run in a ROADMASTER any
time you care to call on him?
/Mmaster
Mt/? Cty?af/oM Dr/i/e
Your Key fa
Greater Value
Pandora
Tuesday, August 1st, the Flower
Club is having a Family Picnic for
all their members and their families.
The picnic will be held at the
Shelter Hause in the local park and
all the families are asked to come
with well filled baskets.
The Junior Nature Club which is
sponsored by the Flower Club had a
very good attendance at the social
Saturday night.
Miss Mary Martha Zuercher, Bar
bara Rose Sutter, Carol and Janet
Krohn and Miss Judy Stewart from
Columbus Grove were at Lakeside
during the past week. Rev. Powell
was one of the teachers there the
past two weeks. Mrs. Powell drove
up Saturday morning to bring them
home.
All the committees for the Fall
Festival have been appointed and
are busily at work at their jobs to
make this attraction a success. It
will be held Aug. 23rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Lehman,
sons Roger and Charles and daugh
ter Pauline stopped in at the home
of Gideon Lehman and Mr. and Mrs.
Milford Haas from Friday until
Monday. Miss Pauline who is em
ployed in Toledo at a Girl’s School
had the misfortune to break her arm,
so her parents came to get her and
take her home to Mountain Luice,
Minnesota for her vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. William Carr, Mr.
and Mrs. David Carr, Billy and
Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zuerch
er and Ned, and Miss Betsy Zuercher
went to Hamilton Lake, Ind. to spend
the day with relatives.
Mrs. Elmer Burry and Tom took
Lynn Thomas to Findlay Sunday
where he boarded a bus home to
Detroit after spending several weeks
in the Burry home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Diller, Suzan
ne, Donald and Edward drove to
Lakeside Sunday to spend the day
with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller ano
Kathy. Mr. Miller is the night
watchman at Lakeside for the sum
mer.
Mrs. Leah Bracy was taken to
Lima Memorial hospital for observa
tion on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Steiner
will celebrate their 50th wedding an
niversary, Sunday. They will ob-1
serve this day by having a family
dinner at noon and open house from
2 to 5 for their many friends and
wellwishers. They have five daugh
ters and two sons and of these all
but one daughter and one son will
be able to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril S. Hilty, Gary
and Ginger are spending this week
at Paradise Island at Indian Lake
for their vacation.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO I
Allen County,
Estate of William W. Huber Deceased
Earl C. Huber of Ada, Ohio, has been
appointed and qualified as Executor
of the
estate of William W. Huber late of Allen
County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated 20th day of July, 1950
JOSEPH B. QU ATM AN
Probate Judge 18
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
I
THE STATE OF OHIO
Allen County, ss,
Estate of Lydian, Badertscjier Deceased
Wayne F. Badertsher of R. F. D. No. 1.
Bluffton, Ohio, hai been Appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Lydian Badertscher late of Allen County.
Ohio, deceased. x.
Dated this 19th day of July I960
JOSEPH B. QUATMAN
Probatt* Judge 18
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO
Allen County, ss.
Estate
of Noah J.
F. Badertsch
Ohio, has
as Administi
Wayne
Bluffton,
qualified
Noah J.
Ohio, deceased.
lajertscher Deceased
‘of R. F. D. No. 1.
If&en appointed and
ifor of the estate of
ate of Allen County,
Badertscher
Dated this 19th day
JOSEP
Of July 1950
I B. QUATMAN
frobate Judge
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