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PAGE EIGHT
OF
GROCERIES
ALL POPULAR BRANDS
GINGER CAKE
PARTY CAKE
DEVIL FOOD
10 LB. LIMIT
DEERWOOD PURE CIDER
VINEGAR
1 PINT BOTTLE FREE
Soap Powder 4pkg&: $1.00
BETTY CROCKER MIXES
HERE’S A SUPER DUPER
GRANULATED
SUGAR $1.00
STOCK UP ON THIS ONE
DEERWOOD EXTRA HEAVY SYRUP OREGON
Prune Plums 5
SEE SAMPLE ON DISPLAY
COUNTRY RENDERED
FINE FOR SEASONING
HOMEMADE
PURE LARI 6 lbs. $1
Eaccn Square 4 lbs. $1
PIG HOCKS 4 lbs. $1
BCLOGNA, Large 3 lbs. SI
Liver, Fresh Pork 3 lbs. SI
Fresh Sausage 3 lbs. S1.CC
Dollar Days
Values That You Can't Afford to
FREE-Ice Cream and Cake-FCEE
Every Customer Entering Our Store Saturday Will Receive A Generous Portion of
Miller’s HiGrade Ice Cream and Betty Crocker Cake. Bring the Family.
Register Your Name in Our
Store Friday and Saturday
for a Chance to Win One of
the 10 Big Baskets of Gro
ceries That Will Be Given
Away Saturday Night at 9
o’clock. These Baskets are
Crammed Full of Quality
Brands of Food Products.
3 lor $1
10 lb. bag
$1.00
2 Gals.
.Cans
MEAT
».« up*
shop
SPECIAL----
BALL ZINC
$1
Pasco Fancy Whole Section Grape Fruit 4 cans $1.00
WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR NEW MEAT DEPARTMENT. WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO OFFER YOU
THE FINEST CUTS OF BEEF AND PORK ECONOMICALLY PRICED. GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR BUTCH
ER. HIS YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE MEAT BUSINESS IS YOUR ASSURANCE OF SATISFACTION.
Urich’s City Market
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
ai
JAR CAPS 3 ”TS" $1.00
THIS SPECIAL FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
DEERWOOD DARK RED
Kidney Beans 8
STOCK UP THIS IS A REAL VALUE
$ Days in Bluffton Are Real For Sure Money Savers
1t NIGHT
BLUE DIAMOND FANCY CRUSHED—PORTO RICAN
PINEAPPLE 4 SI
FOODCRAFT IN TOMATO SAUCE
Pork & Beans 3
CHOATE & ADKINS
“HOT WEATHER SPECIAL”
BEVERAGE 3Larg^0z$I
LIME, ORANGE, TANGERINE, GRAPE
FREE-4* oz. Can
Deerwood Apple Juice
GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES
IS OUR SPECIALTY
LUCIOUS BEAUTIES—HOME GROWN
Tomatos 2 lb. 25c
RED RIPE SUGAR INDIANA
Watermelons 69c MP
SUNKIST FULL OF JUICE 300 size
LEMONS 49c
INDIANA—VINE RIPENED
Cantaloupes 91c lb.
NEW COBBLER HOME GROWN
Potatoes 63c
CALIFORNIA VALENCIA 288 size
Oranges doz. 29c
Miss
un.Atu.vi
9:00 O’CLOCK
SATURDAY
$1
5* Cans
$1
Cans
Pleasant hunting next fall will
open on Wednesday, Nov. 15, and
continue through Saturday, Nov. 25,
with the customary daily bag limit
of two cock birds and a possession
limit of two.
As last year, daily hunting hours
will be from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m.,
Eastern Standard Time.
The 1950 rabbit season will in
clude four more shooting days than
last year, opening on Nov. 15 and
continuing through Dec. 30. Daily
bag limit for rabbits will be
with a possession limit of
Hours of hunting will be the
as for pheasants.
Beaverdam
Mr. and
Springfield
guests of
Eleven-Day Pheasant Hunting Season
Will Open Here Next November 15
four,
four,
same
Mrs. Harold Dilley of
were Sunday evening
the later’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Augsburger.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
William Weick and family of Lima.
Addie and Clem Yoakam and Carl
Barnum were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. James Yant.
Leonard Grisbaum of Indianapolis,
was a week end guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs .Gail Arnold.
John Mannahan is tearing down
the old house on his farm with the
expectation of replacing it with a
new home as soon as the work can
be completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Zimmerman
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowers of
Fostoria spent Sunday afternoon at
the Isaac Amstutz home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Younkman
and grandson Bernard visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Anderson of
Pandora on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Lutterbein
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Arnold and family enjoyed a
picnic at Findlay park on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Merril Arnold, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Yant and Myron,
Mrs. Ellen Yant, Mr. and Mrs. Kent
Amstutz and family, and Mrs. Ella
Yant attended a birthday dinner at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bowers of Lima on Sunday evening
honoring the birthday anniversary of
Mrs. Ella Yant.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Eastman and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eastman of West
Mansfield were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Van Meter
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Stern and son
David attended the Masonic picnic
of the Kalida chapter held at Find­
MASHED POTATOES and GRAVY
NEW GREEN BEANS
VEGETABLE SALAD
BREAD AND BUTTER
COFFEE OR TEA
ALL ELECTRIC
FANS
REDUCED
105 S. Main Street
THE ELKS
MR. AND MRS. EMMER BRIDGES
DOLLAR
Plastic Kordite
Opening of the squirrel season this
year is set for Sept. 15, with open
season continuing through Sept. 30.
Daily bag limit is four, and the
possession limit is the same.
Inland trapping season opens
Nov. 15 and is to continue through
Jan. 15. In the Lake Erie trapping
district, the season opens at the
same time, but continues until
March 15.
Hunting and trapping law digests
will be distributed to license agents
throughout the state and will
available to the public about
middle of August. 1950 licenses
come effective on next Sept. 1.
lay park, Sunday.
Randolph William is the name
given the new son born last week to
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Downey.
I Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Robnolte and
children Gene and Connie have re
turned from a two weeks’ tour to
California and
est.
other points of inter-
Fellowship group of
church are enjoying
The Youth
the Methodist
a week at Lakeside attending sum
mer institute. Those enjoying the
week from here are: Patsy Manna
han, Phyllis Van Meter, Wilma Zim
merman, Jane Lacock, Donna Green
way, Larry Michael, Jack Pugh,
Roger Martin, Allen Lacock, Coun
selor Mrs. Melvyn Arthur and Rev.
and Mrs. Owen Wright.
Armorsville
Those that took supper with Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Young and family
were Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Platt, Mrs. Ma
bel Hilty, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hilty
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler called
on Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stratton at
the Paul Marquart home Sunday
evening
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clauss and
daughters were Findlay callers
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Moser and
family spent Sunday P. M. with
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moser.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Klingler and
daughter of Ada, Mr. and Mrs. John
W. Wilkins and family of near For
est and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Klingler
and son were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Klingler.
To make a pound of butter, 9.77
quarts of milk are required.
DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY & S 1TCRDAY
CHICKEN DIAXE
REGULAR
$1.00
VALUE
Rubbermaid
Drainboard MAT
S1.25
Brooms
$1.65—
Specials for Friday & Sa
Brake Adjustment......... 75c
Car Grease
204-206 N. Main St.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 3, 1950
DURING DOLLAR DAYS
Trade in your old worn
tires on a set of
NEW MOBIL
Deluxe TIRES
Qei Neat
be
the
Latest Safety Features
Special Tread for Non-skid
rough and Durable
Construction
JNTZ&HAUTER
lobil Gas and Oils
Main and Jefferson
Bluffton, Ohio
jLLY GUARANTEED
NEW METHOD
)USE PAINT
$2.98
PER GALLON
BUY TEN GALLONS
AND GET
TWO GALLONS
FREE
This is good paint and will last
many yeafs. The formula contains
Pigment by weight, Leaded Zinc
Oxide, Wkite Lead and Titanium
Magnesiuni.
PURE
OIL
INSEED nr
'er Gallon
FRANK
(SCHWANDER
NEUE
NT DEALER
lain Bluffton
PA
212 North
I
RESTAURAN
DAYS SPECIALS-------FRI. nd SAT.
KORDITE PLASTIC CLOTHESLINE—regular 98c
KORD1TE PLASTIC CLOTHESLINE—regular 1.95-
See Us for Hotpoint Refrigei
Electric Stoves Lockei
ou can still have 24 months to pay wh
National Brands
Electric Clocks
$1.00 off
on any clock
QO
Were priced
TOC
Y $1.25 now
ELLENBEBGEB Bl
HOTPOINT SALES and SERVICE
LUFFTON, OHIO
-50ft. for 75c
-100 ft. for 1.45
ators
s
wait?
Freezer Paper
70 ft.X15 Cl
inch Roll vL
Wheels Balance!1............
per wheel plus
STEINER CHEVROLET SALES
Sales and Service
Telephone 135-W
Bluffton, Ohio
Springs Pack' 75c
75c
weights
Bluffton, Ohio

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