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Ydinner ICE CREAM SOCIAL Bluffton Senior Class AUGUST 12 5:30 P. M. Grade School Lawn Chicken Sandwiches Hot Dogs Cake Pie Ice Cream Coffee Soft Drinks I REVERE WARE PRESSURE COOKER OU’LL have more free time when you dial for your with your new RlVEKE WARE PRESSURE Cooker. You’ll like the way it saves fuel, preserves vitamins and minerals and retains the full, natural flavor of foods. Best of all, the audible signal eliminates constant watching. Made of Copper-Clad Stainless Steel, it’s built to last a lifetime. Dial gauge is hinged, can’t fall off. New long life, tight-sealing gasket. Cool, black Bakelite handles. An inspired gift idea. Come in and order your Revere Ware Pressure Cooker today. FOUR QUART S/Z£ RELY ON K.EN ERJ. REVERE You can choose between Styleline and Fleetline styling Many an admiring glance will follow you when you roll by in your new Chevrolet with Body by Fisher. That’s true whether you choose a Chevrolet Styleline model, with “notch back” styling, as the designers call it, or a Chevrolet Fleetline model, with “fast back’’ styling. Both are available on all Chevrolet sedans and at the same prices! Remember—Chevrolet is the only low-priced car that offers these two outstandingly beautiful types of styling thus giving you an oppor tunity to express your own individual taste in motor car beauty. America’s Best Seller $16.95 omplef. with trivet and 48page recipe booklet Basinger’s Furniture Store Forty-seven Years of Dependable Service Only Chevrolet offers such wide andawades/tdcfoiee ... and at the lowest prices, too! You can choose between Automatic and Standard Drive You have an enviable choice of en gines and drives in Chevrolet, too. You can buy a Chevrolet combining Powerglide Automatic Transmission* and 105-h.p. Valve-in-Head Engine for the finest no-shift driving at lowest tost, or a Chevrolet combining the highly improved standard Chevrolet Yalve-in-Head Engine and Silent Syn dhro-Mesh Transmission for the finest standard driving at lowest cost Combination of Powerglide Automatic Transmission and 105-h.p. Engine op tional on De Luxe models at extra cost. CHEVROLET STEINER CHEVROLET SALES BLUFFTON, OHIO Mr. and Mrs. John Reichenbach welcomed a new youngster into heir home. Cal Amstutz and Amos Bucher left or Robston, Texas, where they will mobably locate for the winter. Roy Berry and family moved from he Dr. Rudy farm to Bluffton. Master Haydn Basinger will with ut doubt be one of the boys who jets to go to Washington on the orn trip. His field made over 3 mshels of shelled corn per shock of 00 hills. O. O. Alspach, the merchant now ocated at Prairie Depot, will open tis new shop at the rear of the First National Bank in Bluffton the first Richland Center Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter Madeline, Mrs. Rhuel Kohler and Mrs. Chas. Fridley spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobson and daughter of Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller of Find lay spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and sons spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green and family of Uniopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hilty and family visited relatives in Berne, Indiana, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lehman and son Richard of Toledo were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Schaublin Let Us Replace Discolored or, Dangerous Broken Glass In Your Automobile GLASS FOR ALL MODELS Steinman Body Shop 234 North Lawn Ave. Phone 259-Y THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO Our Grandfathers Read From Issue Of November 14, 1912 of the week. His business room will be located between the post of fice and the bank. Clyde Yerger received the ap pointment to carry mail on Bluffton Route 1. Teachers for the eight grades, grade 1 through the 8th will be: Pauline Garau, Sibyl Close, Eunah Temple, Helen Kibler, Mildred Grea ing, Elva Moser, Clara Greding, A. E. Stettler. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stettler are happy over the arrival of a baby girl at their home. Miss Lovell Pepple left for Toledo to visit with Mrs. Edith Criblez Phillips. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublin were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sargent and son of Col. Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Luginbuhl of Marion spent the week end with Mrs. J. I. Luginbuhl. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grant and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fett and daugh ters called Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Emma Roof of Lima. Chas. Sharp and son James of Norwalk were Sunday evening sup per guests of Mrs. Amos Luginbuhl and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl. Harold Amstutz and Miss Lenabell Hawk of Lima were married Tn Cairo Saturday. They are living in a house trailer on his father’s farm, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gratz and daughter Nancy of Sidney called Sunday evening on Ernest Gratz and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Montgomery spent the week end in Cleveland, Niagara Falls and Allen Park, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart and daughter. Sam Luginbuhl and Miss Alice Balmer called Sunday afternoon on Mrs. Sam Kohler and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hilty spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amstutz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Core and family and Ernest Gratz called Sun day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz of Lima. Mr. and Mis. Howard Raid and daughter of Bluffton spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hilty. Barbara Reichenbach, Mary Louise and David Lugibihl, Donnie, Frankie and Kenny Badertscher were Monday evening supper guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Otis Fett and daughters in honor of Doris Fett’s 12th birthday. When packing dresses for travel ing, you can prevent serious wrinkl ing by covering both sides of a dross with tissue or cheesecloth be fore folding. You can choose between the Bel Air and the Convertible And if it’s a sports model you want, here’s your car! Choose the fleet, fashionable, steel-topped Bel Air, with smart, racy lines, extra-wide windows, and gray, leather-trimmed upholstery, and you’ll have the only car of its kind in the low-price field. Or choose the equally beautiful Chevrolet Con vertible, with automatic top that lifts or lowers at the touch of a button, and you’ll have the finest Convertible in its price range. Also available is an all-steel, four-door Station Wagon— smartest in its field—listing for $260 less than last year. America’s Best Buy! Armorsville Last week callers in the Owens home were Mrs. Mildred Gleason, Mrs. Russell Huber, Mrs. Idessa Henry, Mrs. Ruth Swisher and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Salisbury. The L. A. S. and W. S. W. S. of the Liberty Chapel church meets with Mrs. H. O. Hilty this Thurs day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clauss and daughters were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Boyd of Findlay. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream called at the Charles Montgomery home Wed nesday evening of last week. Howard Moore of Bement, Ill., called on C. E. Klingler Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Matter spent the week end at Niagara Falls. Mrs. Charles Zeranti and children spent Wednesday afternoon at the Ervin Moser home. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Mathewson and family and Miss Sue Montgom ery called Tuesday at the C. W. Montgomery home. Joan, Nancy, Bill and David Montgomery spent Sunday at the Edgar Montgomery home. Mrs. Carl McCafferty and sons Donald and Miss Margaret Guider left Saturday morning for Denver, Colo. They expect to visit in Cali fornia before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young and family, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Spencer and son spent/Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Moser and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. Ervin Moser. Howard Moore and son of Bement, Ill., spent Friday night with his brother Harry Moore and family. Donna Shook called on Mrs. Helen Montgomery Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mont gomery and daughter Sue called Monday afternoon at the C. W. Montgomery home. Don Boyd called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clauss and family Monday afternoon. Joan, Nancy and David Montgom ery spent Friday and Saturday with Mr.and Mrs. Charles Emans and family. Used Equipment TRACTORS 1 Little Genius Nol 8 three fur row tract ory^dowAa/ 1 McCormick/ 10-A/7-ft. tractor disc. i 1 John Dee|e /Model Tractor with cultivator 1 Farmall Model with cultivator 1 1948 Allis Chalmers Model with 2-row cultivator and plow. 1-Allis Chalmers one-furrow 14 inch tractor plow 1-BN direct connected one-furrow 14-inch tractor plow 1-1937 International D-30, Wi ton truck with good grain bed. Several good used discs: Dunham, Oliver, McCormick C. F. Niswander International Harvester Dealer Bluffton, Ohio We have it! IBB "IjisfANf-USE” [PENjOniN A. Hauensein & Son S. S. BIXEL & SONS Phone 544-Y Bluffton, O. HANNA PAINT Yes, Mrs. Am«r,ca it’s a sparkling I beauty treatment I for your home I AT EIUOR Even the drabest looking house beauty when painted with Hanna You will find that a Hanna Green not only makes your home more also protects for year after year. -Waitermire's BLUFFTON, OHIO Most Interesting Child Contest You Are Cordially Invited to Bring Your Child to PRIZES Awards for the cutest Child 2 Months to 12 Years 1st Prize—Beautiful Loving Cup. 2nd Prize—Lovely Miniature Hand Colored in Oil, Gold frame. 3rd Prize—8x10 Portrait Colored in Oil, Complete in 4th Prize^-5x7 Portrait Colored in Oil, Complete in Gold Frame. Plus Many Other Valuable Prizes! Each Entrant Will Receive a Lovely FREE! SILVERTONE MINIATURE FREE! Parent or guardian must select pose to be entered in contest in person to be eligible. THURSDAY. AUGUST 10, 1950 lUrilW) 2 miles out West Sandusky Street. Findlay. Ohio THUR.-FRI. “Return of Randolph Scot AUGUST 10-11 he Badmen” —Anne Jeffries so )F RUSTY” maison oon A “RETURN Ted Cat SATURDAY “GYPSY In Te AUGUST 12 WILDCAT” hnicolor ez—Jon Hall Iso 2 GAMBLE” Maria Mon “STRANQ HopaloN ji Cassidy toon SUN.-MON. 1 AUGUST 13-14 MwreM OHARA Macdonald CAREY Also Ed Kennedy Comedy jCartoon_ TUES.-WEDi AUGUST 15-16 STORY THAT PRECIPITATED A GREAT WAR EVERY SCENE AUTHENTIC WITH REALISM Honnfl Green Seal PAINT takes on new preen Seal I Seal Paint job Ittractive but it I UFFTON LEGION HALL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18th m. 11 a. m. to 6 p, By To Be Photograph! MR. HARRY COR Noted Baby Photog Adults may have their on above date for on JELL apher cture taken y $1.00 EVERYBODY WINS’ It is not necessary to be beautiful to win. Contest based on cqteness and personality. Every child his an equal chance. Bring your little dirling early to avoid the rush. NO APPOINTMENT NEGESSARY Entry Fee 50 Centl Complete in Gold Frame.