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THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1959
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
2%c per word, minimum of
45c.
Classified display restricted to
single column width, 10
point light face type, one
inch 80c two inches or
larger 70c per inch.
25c additional will be charged
for blind ads.
Ada may be placed by tele
phone payment may be
made in postage stamps by
mail.
FOR SALE
KNAPP AEROTRED SHOES
for dress or work, with original
cushion insole. Wayne L. Badert
acher. Phone 6535. tf
CEMETERY MONUMENTS
and markers. Quality at fair
rices. James Balmer, 123%
outh Main, Bluffton, representa
tive for Birkmeier Monuments, tf
KITCHEN CABINETS, custom
built in our shop will add beauty,
utility and value to your home.
Easy terms are available. Steiner
Building & Lumber Co., West
Elm St., Phone 1141.tf
ORNAMENTAL wrought iron
porch columns, awning columns,
step railings, porch railings,
available in cast iron. Steinman
TV Towers, 234 North Lawn Ave.,
Bluffton, Ohio, Phone 2591. tf
FALL DRIED FLOWERS and
FOLIAGES. Hilty’s Flowers, 109
Grove St., phone 4041._________
CHOICE APPLES—Jonathan,
Delicious, Spy, seven other varie
ties. Bring containers. Clem
Suter, north on County Line, tf
APPLES: Red Delicious, Sta
man, Winesap, Baldwin. Also
cider apples. Clarence Steiner,
5559. tf
DUO THERM OIL stove with
circulating fan. Good condition.
Inquire 171 No. Jackson street.
Phone 2311.N-29
REAL SILK PRODUCTS
Shop in the comfort of your
home. For your immediate needs
call 4124. Mrs. Howard Myers.
N-30
32 CALIBER WINCHESTER
special 5-shot, lever action, re
peater. Elmer Burkholder, rear
103 /West Elm Street, Bluffton.
N-30
HERCULES STOKER, forced
air blower, in good condition. Call
Robert Bender, 3245. N-29
ATTRACTIVE 16x20, two room
and bath addition for trailer or
dwelling. Heavy construction,
easily moved, reasonable. Matt
Heldman, 155 S. Mound, Bluffton.
ASPHALT ROOF COATING,
regularly $3.60 for five-gallon
can, now $2.77. Save at Steinman
Bros. Lumber Co.
NOW IS THE TIME, to use
our lay-a-way plan on bicycles,
trikes, wagons, tractors, etc. A
good selection of models and
colors. Western Auto Associate
Store._________ _____________
CREOSOTE POLES and di
mensional lumber for money
saving pole construction of farm
buildings. New shipment at
Steinman Bros. Lumber Co.
SAVE ON KITCHEN CAB
INETS—Birch cabinets, ready
cut. Assemble them easilv your
self. Steinman Bros. Lumber Co.
SUE'S
BEAUTY SHOP
Shampoos and sets
Haircuts
Permanents
Open Tuesday Thru Saturday Phone 3081
For Appointment
PHONE 1771
115% South Main, Bluffton
ONE GOOD USED G. E.
clothes dryer. Fett Hdwe.
ADJUSTABLE PIE LIFT—
Whole pie comes out clean as a
whistle when you use this new
gadget, $1.25 at The Gift House
—Lantzs.____________________
COMB AND EXTRACTED
HONEY. Howard Rickly Honey
Farm, three miles south on Bent
ley Road.____________________
APPLES, Wagner, Roman
Knight and a few others,. Mrs.
Julia Geiger, Bentley Rd., north.
Phone 5993._________________
THREE PIECE bedroom suite
1 all wool rug, 9x12 2 cream
Sails curtain stretchers. Albert
leiger, 442 Cherry St. Phone
1634.
FALL SALE on Speed Queen
clothes dryers. Buy now and save.
Fett Hdwe.
GOOD USED FARM
MACHINERY
1946 JOHN DEERE “B”
tractor with cultivators
ANTI FREEZE
Check our low prices on per
manent and alcohol type.
WARREN IMPLEMENT
Across from Farmers Grain Co.
Phone 6151 Bluffton
THE COMMUNITY MARKET PLACE
USE THE WANT ADS
To Rent, Trade or Sell, News Ads Do the Job Economically
Phone Bluffton 1371 Deadline 9:30 A. M. Wednesdays
FOR SALE
CHRISTMAS LAY AWAYS
give you the advantage of early
selection, and easy payments.
Take time to choose early from
our large variety of quality gifts
at moderate prices. The Gift
House—Lantzs.
50 PIECE ELECTRIC TRAIN
set, $10.00 phonograph record
sets, 3 for $2.00 chest of draw
ers, straight chairs. Bob Ham
man.
CABINET BLOWER for coal
furnace also one 55,000 BTU Oil
space heater with blower 30-lb.
Iron Fireman stoker. Smith Heat
ing phone 3081.
CHRISTMAS CARD BOOKS
are ready for your inspection.
Order early to get better serv
ice. Box cards are also on dis
play. Buy beautiful cards at any
Erice you wish to pay. The Gift
louse—Lantzs.
SURGE MILKER complete, in
excellent condition. Albert Gei
ger, 442 Cherry St., Bluffton.
APPLES apple butter
sorghum at $8.25 a gallon. Wal
do Wilkins, three miles south on
airport road. N-30
GIFT HANKIES—Make your
selection early from new ship
ments of beautiful designs—
priced at 69c up. The Gift House
—Lantzs.____________________
ENARCO ANTI-FREEZE in
case lots. Permanent type, gallon
$2.00 Methanol, gallon 95c. C. F.
Niswander & Son, Bluffton.
BRIDGE LAMP and floor lamp,
reasonable. Phone 3421.
SPECIAL OF THE WEEK—3
tier plant stand at $4.50. Attrac
tive, scalloped edged shelves will
hold twelve or more pots. Supply
very limited. The Gift House—
Lantzs.
WE HAVE some very good
heavy duty clothes line posts.
Fett Hdwe.
SPECIAL $11.95 Fieldcrest
blankets with 6" wide hem, 72x
90. Waitermire’s._____________
160 H&N Yearling hens, Ar
thur Von Stein, phone 5942.
LADIES’ FLANNEL GOWNS
and PJ’s—Sizes 32-48. $1.99 up.
Waitermire’s. ______________
MAJESTIC coal and wood
kitchen range, nice, in good con
dition walnut dining table with
leaves one rocking chair. Call
5923.____________________
JUST ARRIVED: Ladies’ acri
lan jersey dresses. 10-18, $6.95.
Washable and machine dry. Nice
selection. Waitermire’s.
SERVICES OFFERED
DRESSMAKING, tailoring, al
terations. Mrs. F. Powell, 575 S.
Main St., Bluffton. tf
GENERAL WIRING
House- -Barn—Appliances
Efficient Service
ROSS IRWIN
425 Cherry Street
EXCAVATING. Earl Moyer
and Son. Phone Rawson 2665. tf
SPEEDY, DEPENDABLE film
service—color and black and
white. Millager’s Cut Rate. Phone
4451. tf
EXPERT PIANO TUNING,
repairing, rebuilding. Ralph
Balmer, 201 S. Basinger Rd.,
Pandora. Phone 4641. tf
SMITH HEATING
Luxaire Furnace
Crane Boilers
Hot water Steam Stokers
Sales & Service
RUGS, CARPETS and uphol
stered furniture cleaned. Nonna
maker Cleaning Service, 306 S.
Jackson, Bluffton, Ohio. tf
M&R PLUMBING & HEATING
Now is the time to have your
Furnace Checked
CaU Us Phone 1201
Eight Years Experience
Wm. McKibben 118 Cherry St.
ELECTRIC MOTORS—motor
rewinding, appliance repairing
and lawn-mower service. Coff
man’s, iniie east of 69 on 30N.
Phone Jenera 5104. tf
ALL TV SERVICE CALLS in
before 3 p. m. answered same
day! Bea ^Bumble Appliance.
Phone 1391. Open ’til 8 p. m. five
days a weakt Closed Thursdays.
Bluffton. tf
Electrical 4 Contracting
& Maintenance
DELTXlELECTRIC, INC.
265 S.^Roberts St.
-Lima, Ohio
PHONE CA 20831
Clarence Cox, Local Rep.
Phdhe 5956
IHC ”M” DIESEL TRACTOR tf
NEW IDEA #10 1 Row
Picker 3 years old.
SALES, RENTALS, REPAIRS
Band Instruments
at
The Blanche Roberts Shop
133 S. Main St.
Representative for Groman’s
Findlay N-30
WOULD LIKE IRONING to do
in my home. Mrs. James Victory,
202 E. Elm, Bluffton, Ohio.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
BLUFFTON AREA
130 ACRES
Twp.
high-
Quality farm in Orange
Land is level, lies along
way. Family size home, complete
set of buildings. If you’re look
ing for a good general purpose
farm in this area see
this one
LOT
HOUSE, PLUS
for your
Need a 2-story home
family, and a good size bam for
your business? This property, in
addition to home lot with shrubs
and trees, has bam on adjoining
stoned lot. Call for details.
5-BEDROOM home with 1%
baths. Very good residential lo
cation.
14 ACRES with modern home
Northeast of Ada.
Richard J. Boehr, Salesman
Bluffton Phone 5955
Arthur W. Gnagi, Realtor
Lima, Ohio Phone WY 1-3921
FOR SALE
HOME IN GARMATTER
ADDITION
Living room, kitchen with dinette,
three bedrooms, large closets,
family room with fireplace, bath,
utility room, 1% garage and
large lot.
Clifford Houts Phone 2352
A FARM OR HOME
BLUFFTON
NEAT 3-bedroom house under
construction is near development,
garage attached, reasonable.
SPACIOUS 3-bedroom house just
outside corporation.
ATTRACTIVE 3-bedroom brick
house, full basement, excellent
location.
COOMFORTABLE, almost new
3-bedroom house in new develop
ment. Built for gracious living.
BEAVERDAM
ALMOST NEW 2-bedroom house,
modem, reasonable.
ROCKPORT
LOVELY, Almost new 3-bed
room house with garage and
good sized lot, reasonable.
tf
FARMS
80 ACRE farm near Bluffton,
good modem buildings, fertile
soil, excellent location.
160 ACRES in Bluffton school
district. Modern house, buildings
in good condition. Priced to sell.
HOUSES in Pandora, Ottawa, Co
lumbus Grove and Mt. Cory.
NEED farms in Bluffton School
District. List with us for court
eous, efficient service.
FINANCING AVAILABLE
Charles S. Reese, Realtor
Pandora, Ohio Phone 7801
Mrs. William Garmatter,
Salesman
Bluffton, Ohio Ph. 1772
Salesman Elmer Burry
Pandora, Ohio
Phone 7701
Salesman Olen
Columbus Grove
H. Lawrence
Phone 3911
WE HAVE FARMS
City and Suburban Properties
For Sale
We need listings in the Bluffton,
Beaverdam areas.
JONES REALTY
Pandora Phone 7611
Salesman Elmer Long
Beaverdam Phone MI 3 2813
tf
THE BLUFFTON NE1
PROPERTY FOR SALE
3 BEDROOM HOME with
downstairs bath, gas heat, good
location, double corner lot with
fruit trees, shrubs, and lovely
shade trees. Moderately priced.
Call 1871. tf
TWO ADJOINING HOMES—
One new. Will sell separately or
together. Within 1% blocks of
business district. New one is 3
bedroom and utility room, brick
veneer with electric heat. Other
home, all modern with gas heat
and 4 bedrooms. Phone 1641.
TWO-STORY HOME~with~fuiT
bath and three bedrooms up
stairs, half-bath with adjoining
bedroom or study downstairs.
Newly decorated kitchen and
dinette with new double sink in
kitchen, enclosed front and back
porches, carpeted living and din
ing rooms, large basement with
new gas furnace, storm windows
and screens, well insulated, nice
lawn, shade trees, play house,
double garage. Good location,
immediate possession. Call 5135.
125 W. Kibler St., Bluffton.
set
for
50-Acre farm with excellent
of buildings fully equipped
Grade-A milk production. Two
barns, one with covered yard,
the other with concrete storage
basement. Two silos, granary,
chicken house, etc. Modem fam
ily home and 2-bedroom home. A
value. Investigate.
BEST FARM BUY—110 acres.
South of Beaverdam, fairly new
4-room modem home with attrac
tive all modem kitchen, finished
attic, good barn and other out
buildings, All but about 15 acres
tillable,well tiled. If you’re look
ing for a good farm, call M. C.
McLaurin. CA 3-2836, Lima. The
Michael-Fishel Co., 64% Public
Square, Lima, Realtors. Phone
CA 4-3040.
NOTICE
KINSINGER’S PRODUCE
will be closed Saturdays be­
ginning October 31.
For information call
JONES REALTY
Pandora, O.
Clarence V. Jones, Realtor
and Auctioneer Phone 7611
Roy S. Cherry, Salesman
and Auctioneer Phone 7288
WOULD APPRECIATE return
of chairs loaned out to individuals
and organizations which have not
been returned. Paul Diller Funer
al Home.____________________
FULLER BRUSHES—Ask to
see the new catalog. Contact Bob
Hamman. tf
WANTED
AN “All Leatherman Kin
History”. Quote price. Mrs. Iva
Whitis, Pandora, Ohio.N-30
PHOTOS of historical signifi
cance of early Bluffton. Gene
Benroth, Bluffton News tf
MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTION SUPPER, Church
of Christ basement, Nov. 3, 5 to
7 p. m. Usual home-cooked food.
Miscellaneous gift table. N-29
LOST FOUND
LOST—Charcoal gray wool
sportcoat, size 38, on or after
Sept 18, 1959. Reward for return.
Lynn Carmack.
WANTED TO RENT
WOULD LIKE to rent a five
or six room house in Bluffton.
Call 2672.N-29
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE One
child, 12 yean. Call Ralph Sem
ler, Page Dairy. N-29
FOR SALE—STOCK
YORKSHIRE spring boars,
treated. Guy Mayberry, phone
9055. tf
REG. CORRIEDALE ram
lambs, 1 yearling 1—3 year old
ram 10 ewe lambs. 3 miles east
on Rt. 12 of Pandora, 1 mile
north. Dean Diller.N-31
THREE REGISTERED Polled
Hereford bulls, 13 mos. old. Six
miles east of Bluffton on Rt. 103.
Dean Motter.
YEARLING CORRIEDALE
rams and one three-year-old ram.
Ray Hirschfield, three miles south
on Bentley road, mile west of
Bluffton.
7S. BLUFFTON. OHIO
N-29
IS YOUR CAR READY for
winter? We have anti-freeze,
thermostats, oil, oil filters, brake
shoes, wheel cylinder repair kits,
shock absorbers, ignition parts,
batteries, muffler and tail pipes.
Western Auto Associate Store.
ELECTION SUPPER, Church
of Christ basement, Nov. 3, 5 to
7 p. rn. Usual home-cooked food.
Miscellaneous gift table. N-29
THE MT. CORY
WRECKING CO.
Will offer on Saturday, October
31 at 10 o’clock
All auto parts, torch, air com
pressor, battery charger 6 or
12 volts,'Ford truck with 12-ton
crane, and also
REAL ESTATE
1% house,
acres of land with
new fence.
Above will be offered
parts, then all together. Owner re
serves right to place one bid.
in two
Bluffton Locals
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Niswander
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr
were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ream of
Lima. They also attended the
60th wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Younkman of La
fayette.
Miss Marilyn Dillman has ac
cepted work at the Bluffton hos
pital on week ends as maid. She
is the granddaughter of Mrs.
I.Ila Dillman who is also work
ing at the hospital.
Rev. and Mrs. William von
Brauchitsch, Mrs. V. C. Opper
man, Mrs. Sam Badertscher,
Mrs. John Balmer, Mrs. Byron
Herring, Mrs. A. D. Gratz, Mrs.
W. O. Geiger, Mrs. Gene Basing
er, Mrs. Wayne Zimmerman.
Mrs. Carl Derringer, Mrs. Fred
erick Swank, Mrs. Reese Huber,
Mrs. Paul Diller, Mrs. Fred An
drews, Mrs. Evan Steiner, Mrs.
Carl Fett and Mrs. Wayne Bad
ertscher attended the fall educa
tional meeting of the West In
dian Lake Regional Tuesday, Oc
tober 27 at St. Pauls United
Church of Christ at St. Marys,
Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Neff and
daughters, Frankfort, Ky., spent
the week end with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Neff. Sun
day dinner guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Neff and sons of
Rawson, Mr. and Mrs. James
Matter of Bluffton and Mrs.
Mary Windle and family of To
ledo.
Diller ambulance removals—
Ole Krogh from Bluffton hospi
tal to the home of Gould Acker
man in Orange township Mrs.
Willis Amstutz from the Mans
field General hospital to Bluff
ton hospital Mrs. Ed Marquart
of Beaverdam to the Bluffton
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oyer re
I turned Sunday from a two
weeks vacation in Florida where
they visited their daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Cortner and fam
ily at Eau Gallie. While in Flori
da, the Oyers also visited Mr. and
Mrs. Levi Mellinger at Braden
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Badert
scher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Badertscher, Morrow Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Keller and fam
ily, Dayton Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Badertscher, Bluffton Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Badertscher, Jr.
and family were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Badertscher, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blair
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rupright
and daughter of Bowling Green
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Marquart of
Beaverdam' were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Marquart.
Mrs. Milton Badertscher, Sr.,
visited her daughters and fami
lies in Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Keller and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blair
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rupright
and daughter were over night
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
CARD OF THANKS
Many thanks to all those who
sent flowers, gifts and cards to
me during my recent illness
while I was at the hospital. All
was greatly appreciated.
Mrs. L. T. Greding
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my friends,
neighbors, relatives and Rev.
William von Brauchitsch for
their prayers, visits, gifts, flow
ers and cards. Also the doctors
and nurses for their kindness and
fine care during my recent stay
at the hospital.
Mrs. Melvin Marquart
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all of those
who heped make our open house
a success, especially Basinger’s
Furniture Store, Bea Bumble
Appliance store and Ohio Power
Co. for their cooperation.
Gene Mericle
FOR RENT
THREE ROOhi APARTMENT
with bath, furnished. Cali Mrs.
Edith Mann, 1893.
FOUR ROOM APARTMENT,
two bedrooms, large living room,
newly redecorated, heat furnish
ed. Inquire daytime at Hauen
stein’s Bakery evenings call 5598
Bluffton.
FURNISHED HOUSE for rent
for the winter. Dora A. Lugin
buhl, 430 W. Elm St. Phone 5011.
LOANS
FEDERAL LAND BANK
FARM LOANS
un to 40 years
LOW INTEREST RATES
Loans made to buy land, pay
debts, make improvements, buy
livestock, machinery, etc.
Repay any or all at any time.
No penalty
Mercer-Wapak
NATIONAL FARM
LOAN ASSOCIATION
R. L. BAKER
1106 Cook Tower
Lima, Ohio Phone CA 2-5045
Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Lea of
Saginaw, Mich, were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Young. The Youngs and the Leas
are pen-pals who met over 19
years ago while on vacation in
northern Michigan.
Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Mayberry attended a meet
ing of the Martha Kinney Coop
er Ohiana library at Columbus
at which Dr. Alfred B. Sears,
professor of history at the uni
versity of Norman, Oklahoma,
was honored for his recent book
‘Thomas Worthington.” Mr. and
Mrs. Mayberry and Dr. Sears
were then supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Porter of Marys
ville. Dr. 0tears is the husband
of Helen Mason, sister of Mrs.
Mayberry and Mrs. Porter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Triplett
left last week for a stay in Flor
ida.
Dr. and Mrs. Evan Basinger
spent several days recently in
Cleveland attending a state den
tal meeting, and taking in some
of the theatrical events offered
there.
Miss Georgia Fackler of La
fayette gave an illustrated talk
before the Travel class at their
guest night last week.
Klauss Gellert who has been
working at Ex-Cell-O in Lima
returns this week to the Univer
sity of Cincinnati for his sopho
more year on an Ex-Cell-O schol
arship.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Moser of
Aberdeen, Idaho are visiting the
Ezra Mosers and other relatives
and friends this week.
Mrs. Hannum of the Dorothy
Love home, Sidney, is visiting
this week with Rev. and Mrs.
W. J. Hannum.
Mrs. Metta Dean, Mrs. Her
bert Marshall and Mrs. Sidney
Hauenstein of the Travel class,
and Mrs. B. D. Smucker and
Mrs. Clair Fett of the Century
circle are attending a district
meeting of the Ohio Federation
of women’s clubs at Celina.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Triplett
entertained Michigan friends this
past week end.
The Mesdames Clair Fett, Her
bert Marshall, Hazel Biome, Sid
ney Hauenstein, George Linden,
W. J. Hannum, Irvin Rodabaugh,
Pearl Ludwig, Martha Waiter
mire, Orlo Marshall and Miss
Lelia Frick attended a guest
meeting of the women’s organi
zation of the Presbyterian church
Political
(Continued from p. 1)
Norman Edinger (D)
Norman Edinger is the Demo
cratic candidate for village clerk,
an office which has been held for
many years by A. J. B. Longs
dorf, who refused to run for an
other term.
Mr. Edinger lives with his wife
and two sons on East Jefferson
street, Bluffton.
He is well known as manager
of marketing services at the
Triplett Electrical Instrument
company, and is a member of
St. John’s United Church of
Christ, serving presently as a
deacon and treasurer of the
church.
Lois Basinger (D)
Nominated by the Democratic
caucus for the office of village
treasurer is Miss Lois Basinger,
well known as a teller at The
Citizens National Bank.
This will be her first experience
in municipal politics and she is
supported with the other women
candidates by the Business and
Professional Women’s associa
tion.
She makes her home at 103
East Kibler street.
David W. Doty (R)
David W. Doty, nominated by
the Republican caucus, to run for
election to succeed A. J. B.
Longsdorf as village clerk, re
sides with his wife and two chil
dren at 477 Cherry street. Well
experienced in accounting and
record keeping, he is office man
ager for Terry P. Smith, Inc.,
608 W. High street, Lima.
This will be Mr. Doty’s first
experience in running for public
office.
Paul M. King (R)
Republican nominee for the of
fice of treasurer, now held by
Republican Harold Balmer, is
Paul M. King, Bluffton insurance
agent. One of the younger can
didates for office, Paul was
graduated not too long from
Bluffton college. He lives with
his wife and two small sons at
347 South Main street.
Active in community affairs, he
is vice president of the Bluffton
Business Men’s association and
third vice president of the Bluff
ton Lions. He has served as sec
retary of the Business group and
as treasurer of the 1957 Fourth
of July Rodeo. He is also secre
tary-treasurer of the Ebenezer
Mennonite Sunday School.
in Columbus Grove last Thurs
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Marrin White
and children of Columbus and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steiner
and daughters spent Saturday
with Mrs. J. S. Steiner.
Mr. and Mrs. Gid Steiner and
Mrs. Alma Amstutz of Beaver
dam were Sunday afternoon vis
itors in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Amstutz, Pan
dora, for a visit with Mrs. Cal
vin Amstutz of Elmira who is
a guest in her son’s home.
Miss Georgia Fackler of La
fayette spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Lenore Montgomery
and her guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Smith of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gratz
spent the week end with their
daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Detweiler of Toledo,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blank
and family and Mrs. C. E. Blank
of Waynesfield were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Blank and family.
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs
Melvena Whisler were Mrs. J. si
Steiner, Miss Rhoda Hilty Mrs
J. Paul Clark, Mrs. Adeline’Grabi
er and Mrs. Orlo Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hegel and
son of Lansing, Mich, arrived
last Thursday and spent the re
mainder of the week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Todd.
Mrs. Lydia Lora spent Sunday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Tschiegg. In the afternoon
Mrs Lora and Mrs. Tschiegg
called on Mrs. Chris Gratz who
is recuperating at her home fol
lowing surgery at Lima Memor
ial hospital.
Shari Steiner was a Sunday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
LIysses Reichenbach and family.
Mesdames Robert Ewing, Rob
ert Stratton, Geneva Fish, Har
ley Augsburger, Clayton Hark
ness, and Mabel Huser of Bluff
ton chapter DES will attend the
annual Grand Chapter meeting
in public auditorium, Cleveland,
November 2, 3 and 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Cahill of
Dayton were guests of relatives
here last Tuesday.
SPORTSMEN LEAGUE
Present Standings
W
Benroth Dari Delite 20 8
Koontz Sinclair 19 9
Burger Beer 19 9
Citizens Bank 18 10
Skylark Trailers 17 11
Triplett Men 13 15
Niswander Implement 11 17
Millager Cut Rate 11 17
UAW Local #2 7 21
Diller Ins. 5 23
High Individual Games H.
Kindle 234, D. Falk 204. B.
Koontz 191, K. Reichenbach 200
High Individual Series T.
Stacy 567, Kmdk? 542, J. Con
rad 518, D. Niswander 504, J.
Dailey 491, A. Shinn 490.
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Art Contest
Winners Named
Winners in the Hallowe’en art
contest were announced this
week by the judges, Nona Ben
roth, Mrs. Ralph Rammel and
Harry Bogart.
The cut-out placards of witches,
goblins and ghosts will be dis
played in store windows until
they are hung in the street Sat
urday for the Hallowe'en party.
The $5 first prize was divided
between Linda Swank and Linda
Crawfis. Linda Swank’s creation
was a witch riding across a yel
low moon on her broom, and
Linda Crawfis made a Hallo
we’en ghost complete with rattle
and yellow pigtail.
The $3 second prize was di
vided between Janette Benroth
and Susan Lehman and the $2
third prize was split between
Elizabeth Raid and Janette Ben
roth.
Trap Shoot Set
Sunday Afternoon
Local hunters will have an op
portunity to try out their guns
and shooting eye Sunday after
noon at the Bluffton Airport trap
shoot range. Clay pigeons will be
available to all who want to test
their skill preliminary to the
forthcoming upland game sea-
son.
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