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THURSDAY, DEC. 11,1911
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
Aldine Kohli was chosen president
of the Community Sportsmen’s club
at the annual election of officers
held at the club rooms, Tuesday
night.
officers elected were: vice
Dther
Silas Diller secretary,
Geiger treasurer, Gerald
Wilbur Fish, Ed­
President,
Wilffe
Huber directors,
gar Root, Albert Garmatter, Dallas
Berry, Eugene Benroth and Ray
Mumma.
Sportsmen’s Year Closes With Game
Supper..
Terminating a highly successful
year of activity the members, families,
and friends of the organization gath
ered at the club rooms in the Town
Hall, Tuesday night for the final meet
ing of the year. Highlighting the oc
casion was the game supper.
Never in the history of the organi
zation has there been such a bounti
ful repast served with such a variety
of food. Heaping platters of wild
game graced the tables.. There were
dishes of rabbit, pheasant, raccooon,
marsh rabbit, climaxed with the serv
ing of 26 pounds of bear meat.
Heaping dishes of scalloped pota
toes, gelatines, baked beans, cakes,
pies, and a great variety of other del
acies brought to the “Pot Luck” were
consumed in quick order by the hung
ry throng attending the mixer.
MUNSON R. BIXEL, M. D.
Office Hours
1-3 P. M. 7-8 P. M.
Office, 118 Cherry St.
Phone 120-Y Bluffton, Ohio
Francis Basinger, D. D. S.
Evan Basinger, D. D. S.
Telephone 271 -W
Bluffton, Ohio
D. C. BIXEL, O. D.
GORDON BIXEL, O. D.
122 South Main St., Bluftton
EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS
Office Hours: f:00 A. M—5:30 P. M.
Evenings: Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. 7:00
to 8:00 P. M. Closed Thursday Afternoon.
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Radio Repair
Tubes and Parts
for Standard A. C. Sets
Russell’s Radio Repair
Phone 100 Rawson, Ohio
CONSERVATION AFFAIRS
Happenings Affecting Woods, Waters and Wildlife
By THE BLUFFTON COMMUNITY SPORTSMEN’S CLUB, INC.
To Wilbur Fish, chairman of the
game supper, and his helpers much
credit must be given for the splendid
manner in which the bountiful repast
was managed and served.
Following the supper sound pictures
in color depicting four seasons in
Pennsylvania and a color film “Bat
tling Bass' were shown and were well
received.
Prior to the election of officers held
later in the evening future plans of
the organization were discussed by the
directors. The organization has grown
by leaps and bounds the past few
years and is now recognized as one of
the aggressive conservation organiza
tions in the state.
The directors are seeking to make
a permanent place for the association
in the community and with this idea
in mind are interested in assisting
civic enterprises concerned with con
servation, especially with the program
to operate the Buckeye Park safely
and as a successful enterprise. The
club recommends the hiring of a com
petent manager at the quarry who will
supervise the swimming, fishing, and
other recereational facilities of the
park.
The organization is interested in
constructing a memorial park at the
north end of the quarry in honor of
our fighting men in service. Plans
are underway to continue with this
construction next spring.
To create a better fanner-sports
men cooperation the directors approve
of plans to invite farm organizations
to select delegates who will serve as
directors of the Sportmen’s Club.. In
return, directors will be selected to
serve on a committee to attend open
meetings of farm organizations to dis
cuss problems relative to conservation
and game management.
Recommendations were made to ex
pend every effort to combat the pol
lution menace in local streams. Rec
ommendations were also made to have
a dam constructed adjacent to Har
mon Field near the college avenue
bridge.
Additional recommendations were
made to obtain approval of farmers
to restock game irf areas devoid of
such wildlife.
Many other recommendations were
made including equipping the club's
kitchen with a steam table and other
facilities continuation of the tree
planting program and hire of assist
ances for aiding the farmer in this
planting erection of feeders in the
new game reserve under club manage
ment urge the state to make every
effort to solve the quail problem and
allow organizations to restock this
game bird and step up activity in the
predator control program.
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the man in your life ...
in rayon, and blended
fabrics 35c to $1.50
BROADCLOTH & OPT
ING FLANNEL PA
JAMAS fine fabric,
generous cut, variety of
color, stripes Sizes A,
B, C, D...$1.69 to $3.25
FRED
Walnuts Distributed
As a part of the winter feeding pro-
his favorite style
that ring the hell. Choose
SUSPENDERS BELTS
Practical accessories
from 85c to $1.50
GRATZ STORE
gram for squirrels, 29 bushels of wal
nuts purchased by the club this fal
were distributed to the Moser Game
reserve and the College reserve last
Saturday aftmoon, making a total of
44’ bushels distributed since last fall.
The walnuts have been stored in
the Niswander & Herring veterinnary
barn and distribution was mode with
the assistance of Earl Frick, Kenneth
Bracy, Jimmie Howe, and Robert Non
namaker—Boy Scouts from Troop 82.
Plans are underway under direction
of Russell Lantz to erect com shock
feeding stations on the college cinder
track, a part of the college game re
serve. The track has not been used
for several years and a stand of tall
grass covering the adjacent field
makes an ideal cover for wildlife. A
large flock of pheasants, estimated at
approximately 75 birds by observers
has been staying on the field since
early this fall.
The possibility of constructing feed
ing stations in all six game reserves
under club management has been un
der discussion recently. Erection of
feeding stations in these particular
protection areas has been recommend
ed as a part of the feeding program
for 1945.
Pirate Reserves
Top South, 26-18
Bluffton High reserves won their
third consecutive victory of the year
last Friday night, with a 26 io 18
conquest over Lima South seconds,
on the Bluffton floor.
The locals were trailing at the
close of the first quarter, 2 to 4,
but they struck their stride early in
the second period to take the lead
and never were headed thereafter.
At halftime Bluffton reserves had
a 14 to 10 advantage and their
third-quarter lead was 21 to 13.
Harry Klay paced the attack of the
team with 10 points James Lewis
got four Robert Lee and Ken Moser
each got three, and Elmer Stonehill,
Keith Moore and Wayne Sommer
contributed two each.
Rich in Biblical Lore
Lebanon is rich in Biblical lore—
includes the site of Baalbek, the city
built by Cain, according to Arab
legend the shore on which the
whale coughed up Jonah Saida (Si
don), the city which Jesus visited
on his most northerly journey, and
Tyre, ancient maritime city. From
the Phoenician city of Byblos, came
the word “Bible,” first meaning
book of papyrus by association with
the cargoes of papyrus shipped from
the port.
War Bonds make excellent Christ
mas Gifts.
juts
ADVICE to the LOVELORN
hang one or several of
these fine furnishings on his
Christmas tree They’re a
sure hit from a miss
who wants to please.
See them today for
the best selection.
DRESS AND SPORT
SHIRTS in plaids, stripes
solids also plain
just the thing
for hi
$3.25.
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
As
Pleasant Hill
Sunday school and church will start
Hill at 9:45 each Sunday at Pleasant
Hill church.
The Victory class meeting has been
postponed until December 21.
The W. S. C. S. of Pleasant Hill
church will meet Thursday evening,
December 14 at the Community house.
Supper at 8:00.
Under' onio sales
told by
PfK Seism
/S
OPEN
December
4 TO 9
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COLUMMSI
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permits and inform­
ation should BE OBTAINED
FROM THE CONSERVATION
District
office in your
area*
Offices
are locat­
ed IN CITIES ON THE ABOVE
map-
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hunters
SHOULD APPLY TO THE OFFICE
in Rxn 707
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W-Broad St Columbus
'Always
ash.
hunting on a W*
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Bluffton High’s last cage appear
ance before the Christmas holidays
will be a game with Lima St. Rose
on the Bluffton court next Tuesday
night.
The visitors are not expected to
be as formidable as the Ada Bull
Dogs who play here Friday, and
altho the schedule gives the Pirates
two games in five days they are
doped to have a good chance to
Visitors the past week in the Den
nis Brauen home were Len Hauenstein
and daughter Betty, Miss Nellie Hu
ber, Mrs. Crystal Basinger, Mrs. Mil
dred Gleason and children, Mickey,
Marlene, Rodney Jennings and Hiram
Reichenbach and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faze and daught
ers called Sunday afternoon on Mr.
and Mrs. John McKinney and family
of Elida. Sunday evening they were
visistors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faze
of Cairo.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shulaw were
Sunday evening callers of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Althauser.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Herr entertained
for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
and daughters, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Basinger and
daughter visited in the Jerry Basing
er home, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amstutz were
Friday night callers in the Willaid
Jennings home. Sunday evening call
ers were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt
and Mr. and Mi's. Winston Jennings
and son Larry.
Callers in the Lyman Barnes home
the past week were: Mr. and Mrs.
Winston Jennings and son Larry, Rev.
Childs, Len Hauenstein, Mrs. Olga
Neal and daughter of Findlay, James
Phillips and family of Lima and Mrs.
Goodering of Lima.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Huber and son
were Sunday dinner guests of the lat
ter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Eyer of Kalida.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Huber of
Holgate, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Niswander called at the Russell Hu
ber home, Sunday afternoon.
Callers Friday evening in the Hu
ber-Fett home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Althauser.
Saturday afternoon callers of the
Phillips family were Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Younkman and Mrs. Ruth Dur
kee of Beaverdam.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jennings and
son called Sunday afternoon on Mrs.
Clair Jennings at Findlay hospital.
Callers the past week in the Gleason
home were: Rev. Childs, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Huber and son and Cari
bel Owens.
BLUFFTON
ROLLER RINK
Corner N. Main & Elm Sts.
Skating Everys
and Saturday
7:30 to 11
Tuesday
Night,
Old timers night
day, 7:30 to
Conservation Division
Individual
Lima St. Rose Will Play Bluffton
High Cagers Here Next Tuesday
Wednes
0:30.
Rink available for private
parties on Monday, Thurs
day and Friday nights.
MRS. RAY CLARK
sportsmen
AND CLUB MEMBERS CAN
BE OF REAL SERVICE TO
FARMERS AND THE NATION
BY'LENDING A HANDr /N
THE HARVESTING OF CRQEtS
OR OTHER FARM NORA- SfiKRE
TIME EFFORTS ARE AS VALU
ABLE HERE AS FULL-TIME-
come through to victory against
St. Rose.
Following the St. Rose game, the
Burckymen will be idle until Janu
ary 5 when they will open Western
Buckeye league play against Celina
at Celina. The next tilt in the new
year will be against Kenton at
Kenton on January 12, and the
Pirates will not play at home again
until January 19 when St. Marys
appears here.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep ap
preciation to all the neighbors and
friends for their kind aid aand sym
pathy during the illness and death of
our beloved wife and mother also
Rev. Whitmer for his consoling words,
the singers and pianist for their beau
tiful music, the pall bearers for their
sendees, and all those sending flowers
and sympathy cards.
Otto Bigler and Children.
u -y
Conserving
Another formidable foe will pro
vide the opposition for Bluffton
High’s fourth cage assignment of
the year when an undefeated Ada
team meets the Pirates on the Bluff
von court this Friday night.
Their performance in opening
games of this season brands the
visitors as having one of the best
teams to represent Ada in years.
What is more Coach Clyde Lamb,
former Ohio Northern mentor, has
what appears to be a rarity in cage
A disastrous first-quarter start
meant defeat for Bluffton High cag
ers and they took a 57 to 40 beating
at the hands of Lima South last
Saturday night on the local court.
Except for the first period which
ended with the Pirates trailing 17
points, the locals matched their op
ponents’ attack point for point thru
out the game.
Bluffton got started in good form,
leading the opening minutes 4 to 2
and again 5 to 4, but the South
marksmen then went wild and rolled
22 points thru the hoops in the re
maining six minutes of the quarter
while Bluffton was getting only four.
It was more an even game the
rest of the way .however, with each
team garnering 10 points in the sec
ond quarter, and in the third period
South tallied 16 times and Bluffton
12. The visitors were able to score
only five points in the closing stanza,
while the Pirates added nine.
That the South team was unusual
ly “hot” in its appearance here is
seen in the fact that the visitors
made good on nearly fifty per cent
of their attempts from the field. Or
dinarily a 20 to 25 per cent average
is quite good
Three South players accounted for
the difference between the two teams,
with Bob and Fred Howard and
Roland Roush garnering 51 points
between them. Bob Howard had 24
points, and Fred Howard got 15.
For Bluffton, Cubie Basinger paced
the attack with 15 points to match
Fred Howard’s performance Ronald
Bluffton High Cagers Will Play
Strong Ada Team Here Friday
Bluffton High Cagers I^ose To
Lima South By Score Of 57-40
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coal is /bing to be a
“must” for everybody this winter.
This isn’t because/4ess coal is being
mined.
It is estimated that 29 millions more
tons of coalp\\\ be mined this year than
last—witjr.fewer men. Quite a feat by
mine owners and miners alike! And
ther^/are adequate rail facilities for
bridging the coal to your city.
Zz But certain grades and sizes of coal
Z are needed for war production. And, in
addition, your local dealer is suffering
from a shortage of manpower, trucks
aud tires* So be patient with him.
And conserve the coal he is able to
deliver to you. You can make your coal
supply go at least 10% further —and
save that much on your fuel bill by
taking a number of simple precautions.
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PAGE THREE
circles with a team that so far has
stressed defensive play.
Last week the Ada Bull Dogs
bested Bowling Green’s Class A
eagers, 27 to 18, to brand itself aa
a strong foe for any outfit. To date
there has been no one particular
scoring ace for the team.
For Bluffton, the Ada assignment
will be the team’s fourth of the year,
the Pirates having won over Rawson,
and lost to Lima South and- Lima
St. Johns.
Zimmerly got nine points, Wayne
Sommer notchexi six and Art Hilty
and John Althaus each tallied five.
Bluffton was outscored from the
court, 18 field goals to 25 for Lima,
and the locals made good on only
four out of 20 free throws.
Bluffton
Basinger, f..... 1 15
Althaus, f. __ ______ 2 1 5
Klassen ,f. ....... _______ 0 0 0
Reagan ,f__ _________0 0 0
Zimmerly, c. ______ 4 1 9
Hilty ,c. _____ 1 5
Lee, g. __ __________0 0 0
K. Moser, g. ......_______ 0 0 0
Smucker ,g...... _______ 0 0 0
Klay, g. „....... _______ 0 0 0
Sommer, g....... o 0 6
Totals _____ ______ 18 4 40
Lima South_
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Wax Thread
WHien you are sewing on buttons
wax the thread on a piece of bees
wax, or paraflin, to make it smooth
and strong. This is a good sewing
trick, too: lay a darning needle over
the top of the button and bring each
stitch over the needle to make a
thread shank. Then, the pull come*
on the thread instead of on the ma
terial.
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DISTANCE HAULING
Every Load Insured
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Bluffton, Ohio
See that your heating system is clean
and in good repair. Close off unused bed
rooms. Pull your shades and drapes at
night. If you can, insulate. For other
suggestions see your coal dealer.
One of the biggest jobs of the C&O
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