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INCREASED INVENTORY? GEESE Inflated values justify increased insurance. As soon as you know the amount of Increase let this agency bring your insurance up-to-date. I Over 30 years in business as an insurance agency qualifies us to properly serve you. Diller Insurance Ageficy Clarence Diller, Agent Phone 239-W 125 N. Main, Bluffton, 0. Since 1882 The Safe Place To Save OU YOUR BAVIRO* INSURED 'JOOO ARMOURS HAMS STAR HAMS 1ft Our Current Rate of Earnings is 2 The CITIZENS 209 N. Main St. FULL VALUE from your Sarings! LJ LOAN AND BUILDING CO. &<£cckeJi Home Killed Meats BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB All Our Meats Are City Health inspected FRESH DRESSED POULTRY Fryers or Roasting Chickens HENS lb. 49c PICNIC lb. 39c Pork Chops lb. 39c PORK ROAST Oysters Pint 75c 0 1 e o lbs. 55c CREAM CHEESE lb]19c SWISS CHEESE lb 55c NORDIC DAIRY ICE CREAM Your Choice of Flavors Quarts.... 43c Gallons.... $1.59 ARMOURS lb. 55c V2 or whole JOWLBACON|^^^g WE NOW HAVE LOCKERS TO RENT QUALITY and I’llICE Lima, 0. £e/w(ce. lb. 50c I lb 39c I East Orange Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tripplehom and daughter Helen Ann, Mrs. George Martin and children all of Findlay, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Inbody and children Buddy Ann Arbor, Mich., Emanuel Boutwell Barbara and Marcia dinner guests of Mrs. Fred Boutwell. Mrs. Inbody and children remained for a fw days visit with her mother. and Beverly of Mr. and Mrs. and daughters were Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amstutz, Mr. and Mrs. Rayon Boutwell and child ren Lynn, Lonnie Sue and Ronda Kae, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Boutwell and son Michael were dinner guests Christmas of Mr. and Boutwell. Mrs. B. J. Heldman of Ted Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bucyrus, Mr. and Mrs. daughters Jane, Ann of Arlington, Mrs. Katie Neff, Mrs. Maggie Wil son, Mr. and Mi’s. Kermit Boehm and sons were Christmas supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Held man and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Marysville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Bame and children. Edgar Wise of Mr. and Mrs. Paul "Weirauch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Traught and family of near New Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boehm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boehm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Boehm and sons were Tuesday evening supper guests of* Mr. add Mrs. John Boehm. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Marquart and family of near Columbus spent Christmas with Milt Marquart and Martha and Esther. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Price, Mr. and Mrs. Clark of Ada spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Price and daughter Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Bame and children spent Christmas .with the later’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wise of Marysville. The ladies missionary meeting of Riley Creek Baptist church was held in the home of Mrs. B. J. Boutwell last Wednesday afternoon, December 20th with 28 present. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warren and children spent Sunday at Delphos with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Guthrie and family. Mrs. Smith of Ada spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Lloyd man and family. Bou- Pleasant View spent home Miss Jean Dukes of Chicago her Christmas vacation at the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dukes. Frank Alspach accompanied his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Payne and family of Findlay on' a two weeks’ vacation trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whisler and Frank "White spent Christmas with their daughter, Mr. and Robert McVey of McComb. O.CHURSEYISONS Day Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stewart UNKLE HANK SEZ SOME OF iVr 'flilNGS'TW INTREST US M0SX OLD WORtq ARE THE THINGS W£ KNOW TH' LEAST ABOUT, aJRg O. C. HURSEY & SONS are interested in getting your NEW YEAR off to a good start. HOW? By re pairing all your farm equip ment for easy, carefree, economical farming. Don’t let anything hamper you this year call on us for prompt service. BlUFRfOhi, OH'O FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS IN Allen, Mercer, Auglaize Counties 4% lb. 25c 33 Years Fees or Commissions No Loans made to buy land, pay debts, buy livestock, machinery, re pay any or all at any time. make improvements, Mercer Wapak NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION A. W. KOENIG Secretary and Treasurer Younger Bldg. N. Main St Celina, Ohio, Phone 1199 Wapa Theatre Bldg., 3rd Floor Wapakoneta, Ohio. Phone 9361 1106 Cook Tower Lima, Ohio. Phone 40791 THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO Christmas/Day guests in the home of their ’daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Hanna and daughters ana Mrs. Lula Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Lland Frantz and sons Roger, Jerry’ and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Frantz and daughters Carol and Shirley enjoyed a Christmas get-to-gether in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Williamson of Mt. Cory, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Augsburgei and family, Mrs. Carolin Augsburger and Arlin Augsburger and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Augsburger and family spent Christmas Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Augsburgei and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Habegger and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Habeggr and family of Bluffton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gibbs and family of Rawson and Mrs. Dorothy Zimmer man and children of Defiance enjoy ed a Christmas dinner in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Doty and family of near Benton Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harris and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris of Bluffton spent Christmas in the home of Mr. and M.S. Marion Forney and family of Forest. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dietrich and son were Christmas Day guests in the home of her parents, Mr. Mrs. John Haughn of Leipsic. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Howell tertained on Christmas Day, Mr. Mrs. Harry’ Howell, Mr Chas. Mabry and little daughter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Howell family of Mt. Cory.^ and en and and Mrs. and and Settlement and and airs. Waldon Hilty Mr. family of Chatham, N. J., are spend ing several days with home folks. Pvt. Herbert Probst who is sta tioned at Camp Breckenridge, Ky., is home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Donavin Diller and daughter Laura, and Rev. and Mrs. Harold Burkholder all of Grace Bible Institute, Omaha, Neb., are here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meigs and family of Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Steiner and family of Ft. Wayne are holiday guests at the Mrs. Barbara Steiner home. The Messiah at Grace Mennonite church under direction of Laurence Burkhalter was well received by an appreciative audience, Christmas night. Quite a number of our vocal ists who were away from home for a number of years assisted in its rendition. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lugibihl and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kohli were Sun day dinner guests of Milo Lora and family. FOR 1951, more than ever, econ omy-wise truck buyers are going to follow the trend to Ford! New Ford Trucks for’51 give you step-ahead engineering ad vantages, such as America’s only truck choice of V-8 or Six ... a choice of over 180 models—from 95-h.p. Pickups to 145-h.p. Big Jobs—to fit your hauling job better strength reserves that make Ford Trucks last longer. You’ll find these new features in engines, clutch, transmissions, axles, wheels, cabs, Pickup body —wherever there have been op portunities to make Ford Trucks do a better job for you, for less money! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Balmer and family of Richwood are visiting this week at the Edw. Schutz home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moser and Mrs. Josephine Moser will leave for the Pacific coast soon. They plan to be gone for several weeks re turning by way of Mexico and Flor ida Mr. and Mrs. Norman Basinger and family are spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lantz M. Wynkoop who are winter ing there. Sediment in milk is dirt that falls into milk at milking time or falls in to cans while they are left exposed. Chicken prices are just about at last year’s levels. Egg prices are down. There’ll be Money in MEAT BIRDS in 1951 profit opp^tunities Jfor fastest ^growing brodkrs, x^pr.to/iure n|I pljyFil by d^fe three-to 12 weeks. All There are big poultrymen. For Amstutz crossbreeds ar/ si breeds—they’ve been poultrymen for year*—|1 four pound broilers in 110 Amstutz crosses are fbm breeding-PuUorum Passed, pure breeds investigate our U. proved-1. S. R. O. P. Sired White and Barred Rocks, Reds and New Hampshires. And for the greater shellers-out of eggs, its Amstutz U. S. Certified-R. O. P. Sired White Leghorns. Visit us or write for de scriptive folders. S. Certified If you prefer S. Ap- Amstutz Hatcheries Bluffton, Ohio Pandora, Ohio I ■at Th* famous F-1 Pickup with new features for *51 such as the steering column gearshift! New massive modern front end makes Ford the style favorite. Ford’s POWER PILOT is especially important to you. No matter what kind of truck duty you are interested in, the Power Pilot is a PROVEN money-saver, on every hauling job. Driver comfort, too, gets plenty of attention in new-styled Ford Trucks for ’51. The new optional 5-STAR EXTRA Cab features foam rubber seat padding, glass wool roof insulation, automatic dome light and many other com fort extras, at only slight addi tional cost. And only Ford gives you a power choice of V-8 or Six four great engines! Over 180 models. Come in and get ALL the facts. 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