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THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1959
Be Sure to Read The Bluffton News Classified Ads
(Aedical
Mirror
WHAT DOCTORS SAY ABOUT:
Recovery from
.Schizophrenia Possible
Rheumatic Fever
Tongue-Tie
Q. Does anyone ever recover
from schizophrenia?
A. Very generally, about one-third
of patients with schizophrenia
treated during the first year of ill
ness make a very good recovery,
one-third get a little better and
are able to return to outside life,
and one-third have to remain in
the hospital indefinitely. A great
deal depends on how soon treat
ment is started, the personality of
the patient, and other factors.
Q. Would you please let me
know through Medical Mirror 3
.what causes rheumatic fever? 3
Is it inherited?—A.A, asww^sdg
IN YOUR SOIL
2.
3.
4.
family groups seem especially
prone to development of rheu-
matic fever. This suggests some
inbred tendency or weakness but
just how important this is re
mains unsolved.
Q. My two-year-old is tongue
tied. Would snipping the fold
of skin under the tongue help?
He hasn't yet started to talk.
A. Many people believe that if a
child is’ slow in acquiring speech,
he must be “tongue-tied.” It may
seem logical to snip the frenulum
or fold of skin under the tongue.
However, severing the frenulum
without anesthesia is barbarous
to say the least A tight or short
frenulum does not prevent a child
from acquiring speech at the nor
mal age although it may cause a
minor lisp. Do two things: put
the scissors back in the sewing
basket and have the child ex
amined by a physician.
A. Rheumatic fever is almost al- i
ways preceded by a nose or throat
infection caused by a special type Always ready to give you Prescrip
of strep germ. Seemingly, the in- Aon Service with the accent on
fection must be present for about Sen1ce* A
three weeks before rheumatic j, 4
symptoms develop. Treatment
during this time can ward off
rheumatic fever. The disease it
self is not inherited but certain
ton, P.O. Box 396, Madison Sq,
Sta., N, X. 10, N, will be in
corporated. in these Columns when
possible, j—**—ii
When limestone is applied to your farm land, several
desirable results are obtained.
1. The acid condition or “sourness” is corrected or
“sweetened.”
You supply the lime which is required by plants
as food.
Phosphorus is kept in a more available form.
The growth of favorable soil bacteria is stimulated
which hastens the decay of organic matter and the
formation of nitrates.
5. The structure of heavy soils is improved, and they
are easier to till.
All of these things add up to higher yields of better crops,
in short—more profitable farming.
LIME YOUR SOIL NOW!
We are Fully Equipped to Spread Lime
On Your Farm
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News Grandfather Read
FROM THE BLUFFTON NEWS ISSUE OF SEPT. 16, 1920
Bluffton’s total public school
enrollment increased during the
past week over the enrollment
at the close of opening day. The
record shows there are now 581
pupils enrolled.
Not in the memory of the old
est com grower in Richland town
ship has the prospects of a bump
er corn crop seemed so bright
as the large acreage that is
nearing maturity.
now
The
was
A new company known as
Bluffton Hatchery company
organized Tuesday evening, com
posed of a number of Bluffton
business men and farmers. The
concern is incorporated for $10,
000.
Little Kermit Kibele, five-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hector
Kibele of Lawn avenue is Bluff
ton’s youngest aviation enthusi
ast since he took his first spin in
the clouds, Sunday afternoon.
It only takes eight potatoes to
make a peck if the potatoes
are large enough. Eight potatoes
placed in the News windows
Elias Burkholder more than
the requirements for a peck.
by
fill
A little after 10 o’clock Tues
day night, the residents of the vil
lage were awakened by a cry of
fire. It was found to be Pete
Neuenschwander’s bam, which
was entirely consumed, the fire
being well along when the alarm
was given. The loss is about $150.
D. C. Bixel, Bluffton’s optom
etrist, recently received word
from the state board of optome
try that he had successfully
passed the standard examina
tion for a licensed optometrist.
The Ed Kidd cider mill will be
in operation on Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday of eahc
week. Mill is located six miles
south of Bluffton on Bentley road
near Paulding Center school.
Ivan Amstutz of Detroit spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
George Barnes and family.
School opened Monday in
Orange township. Teachers in the
districts are Theresa Slusser,
Mildred Stratton, Frances Dor
sey, Reno Davidson, Evrett Mot
ter, Pearl Caris, Sarah Owens
PREMIUM
PRICES
PAID FOR
MEAT TYPE HOGS
Also daily market for
Cattle. Calves and
Lambs
SWIFT & CO
Columbus Grove, Ohio
Phone 1531 or 3871
Open 8 A. M. 3 P. M.
If
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
and Ruth Montgomery.
With the onset of women’s suf
frage the voting precincts all
over the state have been increas
ed. Bluffton will now have four
precincts and Richland" town
ship. Democrat precinct commit
teemen are Sam Stepleton, Fred
Getties, Raymond Conrad and
Enos Burkholder.
committeemen are George Lew
is, R. E. Hughson, M. M. Mur
ray and John Rogers.
Republican
SCIENCE IN
YOUR LIFE I
Dealing With Depression
The effects of science in our
lives take many forms: to one fam
ily, a letter represented a medical
miracle.
For 14 years, one of the family
had lived in a world of her own,
unreached by the best efforts of
psychiatrists. Recently, after
treatment with a new drug, Nia
mid, for the first time she asked
about her family, wanted to see
them, and wrote them a letter.
a
Levi Mellingers welcomed
baby boy since last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Menno Augs
burger welcomed a baby boy in
to their home on Monday.
was only one of the
hopeful histories
reported at the
Her case
Eastern Psychiat
ric Research As
sociation meeting
in New York,
where 350 physi
cians discussed
jA the effects of the
new drug on peo-
pie suffering from
a variety of depressed mental
states.
Listless patients became active,
they reported. Some took a re
newed interest in life around
them others made a gratifying
effort to join in social activities.
A brightening of mood and a re
newal of energy seemed to be char
acteristic of the drug’s effect.
One theory to account for de
pression was suggested by Dr.
Theodore R. Robie, president of the
EPRA. Victims of depression may
be suffering a shortage of a body
chemical called serotonin, he said.
When, from everyday usage or re
peated emotional shocks the con
trolling mechanism of this recently
discovered hormone “just plain
wears out,” depression may re
sult.
Drugs such as Niamid, or psy
chotherapy, or both, may help re
store the regulating mechanism
and bring serotonin levels back to
normal.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF
ALLEN COUNTY. OHIO
Case No. 46288
Queen Esther Mason, whose place of
residence is unknown will take notice
that on the 13th day of October, 1959,
the undersigned filed his petition against
her in the Allen County Court of Com
mon Pleas, Allen County. Ohio, praying
for divorce and other relief on the
grounds of wilful absence. Said cause
will be for hearing on or after six
weeks from the first publication of this
notice.
John Howard Mason
By David R. Rodgers, Attorney at
La^f
406 Citizens Building, Lima,
His Attorney
Ohio,
12. 19
Oct. 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5,
LEGAL NOTICE
Case No. 33416
Coun-
In the Probate Court of Alien
ty, Ohio, Case No. 33416, Minnie E.
Kimmel, Administratrix of the Estate
of Godfrey Bigler, deceased vs. Minnie
E. Kimmel, et al. Civil Action to Sell
Real Estate to pay Debts.
Margaret Brown, who resides at 1040
East Monte Vista, Phoenix, Arizona and
Marie Brown, 3233 Pierce Street, Phoe
nix, Arizona, will take notice that on
the. 24th day of September, 1959, the
Plaintiff, Minnie E. Kimmel, filed her
Petition against them in the Probate
Court of Allen County, Ohio, being Case
No. 33416 and being a civil action to
sell real esate to pay debts in the Estate
of Godfrey Bigler, deceased. Said real
estate described as follows:
‘‘Lot Number Ninety-six (96) in the
Village of Bluffton, Allen County,
Ohio.”
The Prayer of said Petition is for the
sale of said real estate to pay the debts,
costs and charges of administration
against the Estate of Godfrey Bigler,
deceased and for other equitable relief.
Said Defendants are required to answer
said Petition on or before the 12th day
of December, 1959 or judgment will
taken against them.
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News Our Fathers Read
-------FROM THE BLUFFTON NEWS ISSUE OF OCT. 3, 1929----
A cabbage head weighing 20
and a half pounds is on display
in the window of The News of
fice. It was grown by Jacob
Schick, residing near the West
Point church.
Howard Tripplchom ran wild
to score six touchdowns as Bluff
ton high school smashed Van
Wert 52-0, running 80 yards the
first time Bluffton had the ball.
Arden Baker has been elected
president of the sophomore class
at Bluffton college.
Mrs. Arthur Amstutz received
a number of painful bruises about
the left shoulder in an automo
bile collision at a street intersec
tion at Findlay while the family
was returning from Detroit on
Monday morning.
Mrs. Louisa Yoder, through a
bit of artistic planning, has com
pleted a rock garden near Ropp
hall that adds considerably to
campus attractions. Mrs. Yoder
is the matron at Ropp hall.
Transfer of the Phillips and
Hillville school districts from the
Bluffton Richland to the Bea
verdam school district is the ob
ject of a move being organized
in the two southern districts of
the township.
The Bluffton plant of the Na
tional Lime and Stone company,
destroyed two weeks ago in a
$300,000 fire, will not be rebuilt.
The announcement was made by
RAWSON
ROUND-UP
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Reddiger are
now living on East Vance street
in the Dolly Frantz property.
Mr. and Mrs. Reddiger are the
parents of Mrs. Maxine Purdy.
Rev. and Mrs. Purdy live at
Wren, Ohio.
Mrs. Flossie Culp was a guest
in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith, Findlay, Wednesday eve
ning.
Mrs. Doris DeLong and Kay
and Mrs. Sam Culp were at the
Mums gardens on Route 12 on
Saturday. They purchased some
beautiful mums.
Mrs. Ada Galloway of Reseda,
Calif, arrived in Findlay Satur
day evening and is at the home
of Mrs. Ed Wilson, 216 Hancock
street, where friends may call
to see her.
Mrs. Ed Long had the misfor
tune of a fall, Sunday, resulting
in a hip injury. Friends may send
her cards of cheer at Blanchard
Valley hospital, Findlay. We
wish her a speedy recovery.
THE L. S. NAVY’S new air
sea base at Rota, Spain, is only
40 miles from the tiny port of
Palos from which Columbus sail
ed to discover the new world.
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BASINGER'S
be
Minnie E. Kimmel, Plaintiff
By: Dickason, Romey & Hunt,
Attorneys
501 National Bank Building,
Lima, Ohio
Her Attorneys
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19.
IF YOU
FORGET A
REMEMBER^®
NlSWANDER'S
FUNERAL HOME
Ambulance Service
Phone 160-W
26
BLUFFTON
Frank McElroy, resident super
intendent for the company.
Adam Steiner, Bluffton Chev
rolet dealer, probably savr his
life with a bit of quick thinking
when he drove in front of a west
bound AC&Y passenger train at
the Beechtree school crossing
Monday night. Turning sharply
to the right and away from the
onrushing locomotive, most of the
collision and shock were ab
sorbed by the rear of the car.
He suffered only minor body
bruises and cuts.
Charles Steingraver and S. S.
Huber both completed 26 years
of carrying mail on Bluffton’s
rural routes Tuesday morning.
During the entire term of 26
CLEAN
YOUR TILE DRAIN
The “Clean-Rite” Way
Machine cuts out roots
and other obstacles
SEPTIC TANKS
PUMPED
Bluffton Phone
PAUL SHULAW
at
HOW CAN .1 BE SURE OF
THE USED CAR I BUY?
years Steingraver had never
missed a day from his route on
account of illness. Clyde Yerger
and Ross Bogart are the other
rural carriers.
7KE MAN WHO SELLS IT! Your
i 3 2D DEALER is an established
businessman ... his good name is .at
stake with every car. lie
Seeyour FORD DEALER'S USE D'CAR VALUES
Every Used Car and Truck is inspected, reconditioned, road-tested and warranted
BROOKE MOTOR SALES
Phone 1721 131 Cherry St., Bluffton
ARNOLD'S PLAZA
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK—6 A. M. 12 P. M.
Owned and operated by Gail and Dick Arnold
On New Route 25, 1 mile south of Beaverdam
Glamor Setting with
BASINGER S
PAGE THIRTEEN
Miss Eloise Alspach, instruc
tor in the schools at Lewistown,
spent the week end here the
guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. O. Alspach.
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