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THURSDAY, DEC. 28. 1950
9 I i I 10 FREE s to Our Frit SOLID GO] and Patrons the First Baby s Baby Derby A Our Gift in Blufftoi ,D BABY RING Leiber’s .jewelry Store Ohio Blbffton, Congratulations Parents! To the Father in Bluffton’s Baby Derby we will give an OIL CHANGE AND LUBE JOB FOR HIS CAR HAPpi NEW YEAR TO ALL! Steiner| Chevrolet Sales and Service 204-206 N. Main St. Bluffton Phone 135-W Congratulations DAD on the arrival of the NEW BABY CERTIFICATE FO I 1 II I II il i ii I i i We want the father of the First Baby *n Bluffton’s 1951 —Baby Derby to be rUp in the Air” With Joy So—Hurry out soon for a Free Airplane Ride Over the Town—and next summer bring knit the mother and child for a free ride, too! BLUFFTON FLYING SERVICE Harold Carey Our Gift to the LUBRICATION the family automobile A Happy New Year To i i s I Clayton Bixel JOBS MUtmtowwMi ’ORD THE FINEST BUY STOCKED VP FOR THE NEW YEAR Why a kitten stuffed inside an old sock should symbolize the New Year is anybody’s guess. The baby, however, is a surer thing. He’s ready to get up on his two chubby feet and say “Happy New Year, everybody.” EL, O. D. GORDON BI1 122 South Main 1 EYESIGHT SP t., Bluffton i CIA LIST Office Hours: 9:00 A. Open Eveninra Wed. &ISat. 7:00 to 8:00 L- 1 Wfc K PPY in Bliifftoi’s Z„. BIXEL MOTOR SALE 131 Cherry Street Phone 172-W rmeBMHSrt«(rtBhi|!WlftefMrtiSh«5M*Wlh*fre!SWWW^^ THE BLUFFTON NEWS. BLUFFTON OHIO Where They Are Pvt. Karl N. Frick, 15296748 27th Air Division Norton Air Force Base, Bernardino, Calif. ____San rcjrcgftffww ,lfe g*a «caocgrtfewa am wis To the Mother of "Baby 1951” upa We Will Give A G. E. Electric Foot Warmer provides gentle warmth for sleeping comfort with Our Compliments and Best Wishes NEW YEAR Many Thanks to Our Customers for Your Steady Support During the Past Year, and Sincere Wishes I of the Season to All Marshall & Bixel i Blufftpn’s Home Appliance Store Bluffton, Ohio I I I I HE FIRST BPBYo/ the YERR COME LITTLE STRANGER are offering 1951’s FIRST BABY IN WEARING APPAREL 4y the lucky child’s parents during the first year to be selected We know that baby will be as proud of its first outfit as we are! RICE DRY GOODS TOT SHOP EVERYTHING IN INFANT WEAR Bluffton, Ohio Christmas Guests Mrs. Levi Gable enter Sunday as Christmas and Mrs. Win. Edwards Mr. and on tained guests Mr. and sons of Swanton Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Gamble, Mrs. Richard Am stutz, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gable of Lima Edwin Cox of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Campbell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gable and family of this place. Mrs. Lydia Badertscher and ton Badertscher entertained Christmas guests: Mil as Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Balmer, and Mrs. Albert Balmer, Mr. Mrs. Lee Coon, Mr. and Mrs. May nard Coon and family Mr. and Mrs. Herman Badertscher and family of Arlington Mr. and Mrs. John Ever ett and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. May nard Geiger and Nancy. James Mitchell of McComb, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Stauffer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Badertscher and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diller. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Dudgeon en tertained for Christmas dinner, Sun day: Mrs. Jessie Kable and child ren and Mrs. John Kennedy of Day ton Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anspach of Forest Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Binkley and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Anspach and family of Ada. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gobin and family of Spencerville Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dudgeon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCarty of Bluffton and Merrill Keller of New Stark. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Bixel and family guests dinner: entertained the following at a Christmas day turkey Mr. and Mrs. Millard Oberly, Judith Lehman, Dora and Misses Fern Bixel, Dora and Stella Kirch hofer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart man, all of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hartman of Freeman, South Dakota and Oscar Miller of Berlin, Ohio. 109 ^"WWWSrRWWRWSrflWrw^^ My- Christmas day guests at the ron Stratton home were: Mrs. J. C. Christman, Nancy Edgar Mrs. Harry Parks, Tom Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Powell, all of Findlay Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Clymer of Mt. Cory Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Stratton, Larry and Elaine. and and Mr. and Mrs. Ortho Stratton and Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Klingler, Dorothy and Don and James Scott, all of Bluffton. Afternoon visitors were Russell Stratton Jefferson Cuppies, Cory. I I 6 and son Scotty of West and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bobby and Jack of Mt. Sidney Huber south Mr. and Mrs. oftown entertained at Christmas din ner,Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Adams of Youngstown, Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Kra utter and son David of Findlay and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deitler and son James of Bluffton. Rev. and Mrs. Adams left Tues day morning for New York City to attend the National Conclave of Deans and Regents of the American Guild of Organists in session De cember 27 to 29. dean of chapter. Mrs. Adams is the guild’s Youngstown Mrs. Elmer Lora of Mon- Mr. and roe, Mich., Mr. and Mrs., Richard Stettler and son John of Col. Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Tschiegg and family were Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lydia Lora and Miss Clara Lora. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lugibihl west of Bluffton entertained at a family Christmas gathering: Miss Jemima Lugibihl of Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. John Roose and daughter of Ft. Wayne John Lugibihl of Ohio Northern, Ada Mr. and Mrs. Emer son Lugibihl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lugibihl of this place and Luke Lugibihl at home. More feed is expected to have been used by the end of this year than was produced. Carryover stocks of corn, oats and barley are likely to be reduced by 25 percent by next fall. Ohio State University economists in agricultural extension say the national emergency offers no reasons for changes in farmers’ plans for 1951. Our Gift to the Mother of the FIRST BABY Of the Year* Grove St. Bluffton, Ohio Phone 404-W .................. ................ Happy New Year To All! WELCCME BABY! We Are Proud to Present to the Family of the First Arrival in BLUFFTON’S BABY DERBY A $3.00 Merchandise Certificate Redeemable at Our Store. Our Congratulations to the Happy Parents! W. H. Gratz Family Shoe Store Bluffton, Ohio We’re Dropping in W&nnGs Throughout the the whole gang at our s Year’s Greeting to all way of saying “Thanki PAGE ELEVEN IN BLUFFTON’S 1951 BABY DERBY we are happy to present the mother with a BOUQUET OF FLOWERS while she is in the hospital. A Hapi uj New Year To All! BASINGER FLORIST Cut flowers for all occasions Member Florist’s Telegraph Delivery Association TO WISH YOU ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR and to the Parents of the FIRST 1951 BABY A 5 Qt. Can of Motor Oil for the family Car Stauffer Pure Oil Station Cor. Main & Elm Bluffton HOU from the WH GANG” at BASINGER’S FURNITURE STORE Our Wish for You And Lots of Lua And May We Keep Is Happiness and Cheer .. on Serving You Coming Year! I li i i i i 1 ore joins in a rousing ir customers. This is .” Bluffton, for your Yes, New our patronage in the past and lit is our wish that we may continue to serve you in *51. To the First 1951 Baby in the BLUFFTON BABY DERBY we will give a Hankscraf Baby Feeding Set Hot Water poured in base keeps Baby's food warm. Gift consists of Plate ,Cup and Spoon. See it in our window.