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Six Bluffton boys are representing Scout Troop 56 at the Explorer En compment at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton this week. They are: David Bixel, Ronald Con away, James Green, James Hender son, Richard Patterson and Marl Watkins. Each year the Boy Scouts of America in Ohio in cooperation with the United States Air Force spon sor this camp for boys 14 years of age or older, which is held on the Air Force Base. The boys live in the air force bar racks, eat in the mess hall, and are permitted to participate in all of the privileges enjoyed by the per sonnel assigned to the base, such as swimming, movies, gymnasium and athletic fields. While there they are given in struction in all of the various activi 1 Lean 1 I 1 Bluffton Scouts Are Spending Week At Wright Field, Army’s Big Air Base Bacon lb. 79c I Our Own Cure LIMA PACKING LUNCHEON MEATS Breakfast Loaf 69c Chopped Ham 70c Spiced Ham 75c Preferred Loaf 90c nrrr DLL! ties involved in the operation of this great base. They are oriented in all opera tions involved in the preparation of the flight from briefing, weather planning, plane inspection, and ac tual flying. They are taken for a flight of one hour over the city of Dayton to acquaint them with its myriad activities of keeping a plane aloft and on its course. The boys were takm to the base last Sunday by the local Explorer Advisor, Ralph E. Uth, who will escort them on a tour of inspection of some of the points of interest in the city of Dayton, on Saturday afternoon. They will return to Bluffton on Saturday evening. A few drops of kerosene in a solution of soapy water will remove rust from porcelain. thickest Home Killed Meats BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB Yes You Can Save Up to 15% at the A to Z Check These Prices for Price and Quality BEEF ROAST lb. 59c Beef Boil lb. 39c Canadian I 1ROUND STEAK Corn^sTeers |D. 79C All Meat Beef Ground lb. 59c Pork Chops lb. 55c Picnic Ham lb. 47c BOLOGNA lb. 45c Lb. Veal Loaf 52c Pickel & Pimento Loaf 52c Dutch Loaf 52c Cheese Loaf 52c Minced Ham 52c Pressed Ham 67c Without Waste Fine for Roasts or Steaks Salad Dressing Qt 39c PLAIN, CHOCOLATE, HOMOGENIZED, BUTTERMILK Fresh Dressed Fryers and Hens Armour’s Milk 9 cans $1.001 Pork & Beans 11 cans $1.001 Perch Fish 3 lbs. $1.00 Cream Cheese lb. 39c 1 Swiss Cheese lb. 49c 1 Sugar—No Limit 1 Churngold 1 O 1 e o lb. 29c| Pork Steak lb. 59c No Fat BONELESS BEEF No Waste Our Own Cure and Smoked I Hams lb. 65c 1 y2 or whole 1 1 IL CO/J |Ua Uvvl Skinless 1 Weiners lb. 45c 1 Beef Hinds'‘“"bt,'™' rlb.45c| MILK 2 quarts 31c| WE NOW HAVE LOCKERS TO RENT 1 Ail Soap Powders 1 Package, 28c 1 Bluffton’s two softball teams have been giving a good account of them selves in the Allen county softball tournament at Lima, with the Trip lett nine remaining in the running for the title and the Koontz-Hauter team winning two games before dropping out in play to determine the quarter-finalists. Victors in their first three starts, the Triplett crew will continue their bid for tourney honors in a quarter final contest with Lima Loan at 7:30 p. m. this Thursday on the Faurot park diamond. Lima Loan eliminated the Koontz Hauter outfit from Bluffton Mon day, 3 to 0, and will face their sec ond Bluffton competition in succes sion in the quarter-final contest Wednesday. While Koontz-Hauter was losing Monday night, the Triplett crew de feated Lima Ordnance No. 2 by a score of 8 to 3, behind Gene Beach’s six-hit pitching. In other games of the last week, Triplett topped Grace S. S., 11 to 0, with John Stonehill giving up only four hits to gain the shutout victory. Koontz-Hauter on the same night bested Lima Packing, 12 to 2, and Russell gave up only two hits for the victors. The box scores: Triplett Bluffton AB Moser, 2b. 2 2 1 K. Stonehill, Bluffton’s Softball Teams Show Up Well In County Tournament If.------------ 3 2 1 Lowry, cf. 3 11 Herrmann, lb.-------------3 2 3 Mast, ss. 3 2 2 Schmidt, rf.------------- 111 Wilch, cf------------------10 0 Fett, c..... .............. —----2 10 Swank, 3b. 3 0 2 J. Stonehill, p.-----------10 0 Totals ___________ 23 11 11 Score by innings: Bluffton _____________ 551 0 —11 Grace ............__________ 000 00— 0 Beaverdam T. V. Stirn is attending the State Convention of the Farm Bureau In surance Company held at Cedar Point this week. Mrs. Ira LaRue is convalescing at Memorial Hospital following surger on Saturday. The Win-One class of the Metho dist church will hold an ice cream social at the church on Saturday night, August 12, beginning at 5:30 P. M. Chicken and weiner sand wiches, ice cream, pie, cake, and coffee will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lutterbein and family have moved from Cridersville into the Ed Bassitt property here. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Baugher of Toledo were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Robnolie and family. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stater of Argo, Ill., are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Buster Graveline. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall and family of West Unity, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Searfoss of Columbus Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall, Jim Cart right and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Am stutz were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leatherman and son Mer lin. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vansaka and daughters of Brookville, Ohio, will move to Beaverdam in the near future. Mr. Vansaka is the new foreman at the Buckeye Coach Mfg. Co. Mrs. Russell Augsburger enter tained at dinner on Saturday for the birthday anniversary of Mrs. John Augsburger. Those enjoying the day were: Mrs. William Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. William Younkman, Bernard Gratz, and Mr. and Mrs. John Augsburger. Mr. and Mrs. John Dally were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Firestone of Ada. Mrs. William Arnold was hostess to the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Creviston gave a very interesting and instructive talk on the subject, “Christian Stu dents From Many Lands.” Attend ing the meeting were: Mrs. Isaac Amstutz, Mrs. Pete Amstutz, Mrs. Ellen Emerick, Miss Addie Yoakam, Mrs. Nora Clark, Mrs. Myrtle Lut terbein, Mrs. Ed Cook, Mrs. Gail Arnold, Mrs. John Augsburger, Mrs. Clara Jennings, Mrs. William Younk man, Mrs. Russell Augsburger, Mrs. Lester Van Meter, Mrs. Arthur Pugh, Mrs. Russell Wolf, Mrs. Clara Young, Mrs. Cal Herr, Miss Lavina Creviston, Mrs. Earl Creviston, Mrs. Lillie Anderson and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Dally accom panied Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wollett of LaFayette to Hepburn on Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holland. Janice Arnold entertained a group of little friends on Monday after noon in honor of her sixth birthday. Those present were: Marilyn and Judy Driver, Mike Downey, Shirley and Jimmy Dunlap, Barbara Simon, Julie Bushong, Doris and Delores Vertner, Ricky Snider, Melinda Mar shall, David Stirn, Tommy Arnold and Janice Arnold. Several from here attended the Eastern Star picnic given by the LaFayette chapter at the park there on Thursday evening. Husbands and families of the members were guests. THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON, OHIO Bluffton AB Moser, 2b.......... ...... 4 1 1 Stonehill, If. _____ ... 3 0 0 Lowry, rf................. ... 4 3 1 Herrmann, 3b........... .... 4 1 Beach, p.................. ...... 1 0 0 Wilch, cf................... .... 3 0 0 Fett, c. __ ___ .... 1 0 0 Sawnk, ss................... 3 Score by innings: 1 1 Schmidt, 1 b.............. .... 1 0 0 Mast, ss. .... 2 2 2 Totals ......... ... 26 8 8 Score by innings: Bluffton ... ... -...... ... 100 034 Ordnance No. 2 .. ... ... 001 002 0—3 Koontz-Hauter Bluffton AB Inninger, 2b..... ........ 4 1 1 Traucht, If. .... 3 2 2 Young, lb. .... 2 2 0 Schaller .... .... ..... ... _. 4 2 1 Nonnamaker, c..... ... .... 3 2 2 D. Koontz, 3b__ ___ .... 3 1 1 Green, rf.......... .... 3 0 1 Wilch, cf. ......... .... 1 1 0 Russell, p. ...... ....... .... 3 1 1 Totals ...... —__ 26 12 9 Bluffton ____________ 403 05—12 Lima Packing —....----000 20— 2 Bluffton AB Inninger ..-.......... 0 1 Traucht, If..... .......... ___ 0 0 0 Young, lb..... ......... ___ 2 0 1 Schaller, ss__ ___ ....... 4 0 1 Nonnamaker, c...... ___ 3 0 2 Howe, rf..... .......-... ___ 1 0 1 Russell, p. ____ ___ 2 0 0 D. Koontz, 3b........ ___ 3 0 1 Wilch, cf..... ...........___ 2 0 1 Green, cf. ............ -___ 1 0 0 King-, n.......... ..... ___ 2 0 0 Totals ................ ___28 0 8 Singled for Fett in 7th. Score by innings Bluffton ..... .......... .... 000 000 0—0 Lima Loan .......... __ 102 000 —3 Mr. and Mrs. Willard Cole and family have returned after spending their vacation with relatives in Michigan. Mrs. Cynthia Elliott entertained at a family dinner on Monday evening. Roasting ears were served as a family custom once annually in the old home. Attending were: Mrs. Ralph Sneary and children Karen and Judy of Bradentown, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Byerly, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Byerly and son Greg of Lima, Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Coffin, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Van Meter and family, Mrs. Kate Bassitt and Mrs. Cynthia Elliott. Mrs. Helen Bassitt and grand daughter of Palmetto, Fla., are visit ing Mrs. Kate Bassitt and other relatives here. Mrs. Elizabeth Van Meter, Mrs. Wava Amstutz and Mrs. Cynthia Elliott are attending the women’s camp at Camp Palmer this week. Former Rawson Man Is Killed In Crash Richard Keith Myers, 29, a form er Rawson man, was one of four persons killed in a four-car colli sion near Carmi, Ill., last Saturday. Born in Rawson, Myers’ home was in Grayville, Ill., where his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Myers, former Rawson resident, also live. Birthday Surprise Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swank was happily surprised last Saturday afternoon when 30 little friends gathered at her home in honor of her sixth birthday anni versary. Many beautiful gifts were received. The afternoon was spent in play ing games and listening to phono graph records, after which dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Swank assisted by Mrs. Paul Augs burger, Mrs. Denver Augsburger and Mrs. Charles Emans. Present were Sandra Kay and Larry Dillman, Sue and Shirley Swank, Jimmy Lynn Mumma, Sandy Edie, Patricia Ann Guider, Carol Jean Triplehorn, Janice and Jeanie Oberly. Jimmy Irwin, Raejean and Ron nie Zimmerly, Sherry Lynn Oberly, Mike and Gregg Emans, David Mont gomery, Arol and Jim Augsburger, Roger Benroth, Ray Ruggly, Linda and Billy Swank and the little hostess, Nancy Swank. Regrets and gifts were sent by Sherrie Ann Basinger and Julie Ann Klingler. Gets Certificate As Pharmacist Karl Denison of Findlay has been granted a pharmacy certificate by the State Board of Pharmacy, it was announced the first of the week. He is the son of Mrs. Bessie Deni son ,formerly of Bluffton. His grandfather was the late Rev. M. E. Todd, pastor of the Bluffton and Rockport Presbyterian churches. Denison was graduated from Ohio Northern... university, Ada, last spring. He previously served one year with the Navy before entering upon his pharmacy studies. He is now assistant manager of the Mar ion store of the Gallagher drug chain. Pleasant Hill Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowers and family. Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and son were, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Watt, Thomas Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Watt, Ronald Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Huber, Mrs. Donna Barnes, Mrs. Sarah Oates, Mrs. Ruth Jennings and sons, Misses Marlene Gleason, Joanne Barnes, Betty Blosser and Deloris Hauenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and Darrell Lee and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and family of Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Garnette Foltz attend ed the Department of Ohio, American Legion Convention at Cleveland over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Vandemark and family were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Basinger at tended the Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. David Steiner, Pandora, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Huber and granddaugh ter Sondra spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Barnes and Joanne. The Win One Class of Beaverdam Methodist church will sponsor an ice cream social on the church lawn Saturday night beginning at 5:30 p. m. Sandwiches, cake, pie, coffee will also be served. August meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be held at the home of Mrs. Nellie Huber this Thursday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ballinger of Lima and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plekard, Toledo called on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blosser and family, Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blosser and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones call ed in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Jennings and sons were Friday evening visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and family. Sunday afternoon callers at the Guy Younkman home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Younkman and Bernard Gratz. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Parrell and Mr. and LOOKATTh'TST.0 A NEW CEREAL BY RALSTON RICE'CHEX FOLGEIVS COFFEE POTATOES 3 6 Mrs. Nolan Younkman. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Younkman left Monday morning for Anderson, Ind., where Nolan is enrolled at col lege. Danny and Charles Lee Younkman are spending several days with Nor man and Richard Younkman at the Phillips home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Huber and son Dale were Mr. and Mrs. John Lanto, Defiance Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Osborne, Circle ville and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. May nard and daughters Etta Jo and Sally of Columbus. Miss Nellie Huber and Mrs. Lillie Fett spent Friday with Mrs. Hazel Hess and family of Findlay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess and family were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Lillie Fett and Miss Nellie Huber. Wedding Ceremony In Mt. Cory Church Miss Judith Montgomery, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mont gomery of Bluffton and Roy Singer, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sing er, Sr., of Bloomdale, were married in a double ring ceremony at the Mt. Cory E. U. B. church, July 26 at 2:30 o’clock. Rev. Earl Leist officiated. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hall of Ada. The bride was attired in white and her flowers were white rosebuds. The groom was in navy dress uniform. They left on a honeymoon through the eastern states. Receives College Business Degree Dean Ferguson of Riverside, Calif., a former Bluffton student and grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rauen buhler of North Main street will re ceive the degree of Bachelor in Busi ness Administration with a major in foreign trade accounting from Woodbury college, Los Angeles, Fri day. He has already accepted a posi tion in that capacity in the Los Angeles office of the Weyerhauser Steamship lines. Weyerhauser is is one of the principal companies handling intercoastal shipping in that area. QUALITY IN OUR QUALITY MEAT DEPARTMENT BY REQUEST—WE ARE OFFERING AGAIN HOME MADE SAUSAGE LARGE BOLOGNA TREAT YOURSELF TO A NICE JUICY STEAK PICNIC SPECIAL ?Hces COUPONS WORTH 15c FOR 30 DAYS ONLY—USE THEM ROMAN CLEANSER & SIRLOIN or ROUND STEAKc,Mt*sitii lb. 79c WEINERS .... 3 FOLK S—REMEMBER OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT OFFERS YOU NOTHING BUT GRADE A MEAT. Urich's City Market Phone 485-W Bluffton, Chic THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1950 Orientation For College Freshmen Orientation of incoming ‘freshmen for the routine of college life, a pragram which has proved its work at Bluffton college in recent years, will be continued this fall with a conditioning .program for first-year students, scheduled from September 8 through 11. First event o fthe fall term on the college calendar, the orientation program will mark the opening of the 1950-51 school year on the campus, with the start of regular classroom work set for Thursday morning, Sept. 14. In the orientation of freshmen, first-year students arriving four days before upper-classmen, will take tests, receive counselling on courses of study and enjoy a social program in the weekend setup extending from Friday, Sept. 8, until the following Tuesday. Popular Practice Orientation programs have been widely adopted in the nation’s col leges and universities, thereby pro viding an opportunity for freshmen to become familiar with college life before they are engulfed in the busy schedule of the fall term. Following the four-day schedule for freshmen orientation, Bluffton college sophomores and upper class students will arrive on the campus Tuesday, Sept. 12, for registration. Freshman registration will be on the following day. Physical examinations will be held on both days: For freshmen and sophomores on Sept. 12 and for juniors and seniors on Sept. 13. Early indications point to a good registration of both freshmen and upper ilass students for the opening of the regular fal Iterm of instruc tion on Sept. 14. Two Area Girls Teach In Japan (Concluded from page 1) Waynesfield, Ohio, Ashland, Ohio, and Superior, Wyoming, before going to the Seattle school system. Miss Hilty has been an elementary teacher for the last seven and one half years, teaching in Northwestern Ohio four and one-half years two years in Santa Cruz, Calif., and one year in Bakersfield, Calif. Wety "fyw Se 50 BUY ONE—GET ONE Home Grown NOTICE Numbers 461565, 461642, 461443, 461564, 461293 are good for large baskets of groceries. Bring them in. Starting Friday we will give every one entering our store a chance to win a large basket of groceries. Drawing Saturday Night at 9 o’clock. (ONE WEEK ONLY) FOP 1C lb. 81c 45c 15 lb. teg PRICE 3 $1.00 3 Lbs- $1.00 $1.00 Lb.