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for any definite purpose
Former Bluffton Girl Sees Golt Cup
Matches On Famed Scottish ourse
An account of the alker up
match on the famed St. Andrews
Golf course in Scotland May is
contained in the following letter
received by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Hauenstein from their daughter
Mrs. Wm. Tod of Galashiels, Scot
land. the former Barbara Joyce
Hauenstein:
“We saw the Walker Cup Match
at St. Andrews, Saturday. The day
was perfect and We had a marvelous
time. i
“We got up at 6:30 and while I
packed a lunch Willie did the break
fast dishes so we were able easily
to catch the 8:40 into Edinburgh
where we boarded an Aberdeen
train which got us into St. Andrews
about noon.
“As Willie not only had seen the
last Walker Cup Match there but
had also played on the course he
knew the most advantageous spot
in which to watch the proceedings
on the 17th hole—a very difficult
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Honoring the memory
Heroes living and dead
this store will be closed
all day on Memorial Day,
one to play.
"The course is long and narrow
bounded by the railroad on one side
and the North Sea on the other.
“To a St. Andrews’ man the sight
of the stars at night is a hint that
the time has come to uproot daisies
from a green. When he sees a
shooting star I am sure he cries,
‘What a drive'”’ A quote from
Morton’s In Search of Scotland.
There is quite an article in the book
on the golfing tradition at St.
Andrews.
“After we saw the eight players
on both sides play the 17th we walk
ed around the club house and saw
the first pair tee off for the second
round (they had eaten lunch mean
time.)
“Willie and I were quite brazen
for of all the thousands of people
there we seemed to be the only ones
who had brought along a picnic
lunch which we ate while waiting
for the players to arrive at the
17th 1016.. The lunch was wrapped
in two Bluffton Newses which had
arrived Saturday morning and w-hich
I took along to read on the train.
Willie and I wondered where the
crowd had eaten because in going up
town later we saw hardly any eating
establ ishm ents.
“There were four American wives
who accompanied their husbands and
followed them around th# course. As
we were leaving I spotted an
American girl, a spectator like us,
by her clothes and hair-do and
spoke to her.
“Her husband is with the Associat
ed Press in London, and as a golf
fan had come up to cover the totfr
nament. Her home is in Kansas
and they have been over since
August on a three year stretch, and
BUCKEYE
SWIMMING LAKE
Bluffton’s Municipal Pool
s for the Season
nday, Juno 1
SEASON TICKETS:
£3.00 Students $2.00
jSINGLE ADMISSIONS:
15c Students 10c
hildren Under 5 Years 5c
Friday, May 3G.
Deliveries on Thursday
Barnes Grocery
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already she seems very homesick.
“The town of St. Andrews is very
old, very quaint and full of charm.
When you come over this summer it
is a “must” on our list. The Univer
sity is built around a courtyard and
is very old, the oldest in Scotland I
think—built on the Oxford tradition.
Besides the University the other
show places are the remains of a
Cathedral and the ruins of St. Rules
Tower.
“I might add that golf in St.
Andrews is a sport in its most
democratic form. It is said that the
famous links faithfully reproduce
Dr. Clarence E. Macartney, who
will be the speaker at Bluffton col
lege commencement exercises next
Monday, is a son of the manse and
was reared in an atmosphere of
plain living and high thinking.
Bom at the little hamlet of North
wood, Ohio, where his father was a
minister of the Reformed Presby
terian church, he spent most of his
boyhood days at Beaver Falls, Pa.,
where his father was professor of
science at Geneva college.
At 15, his family moved to Cali
fornia where he finished high school
and junior college. He completed his
undergraduate work at the Univers
ity of Wisconsin where he achieved
distinction as a debater and orator.
Following college, Dr. Macartney
traveled abroad then worked in the
newspaper field for awhile. Later
he entered Princeton Theological
seminary, and upon graduation was
ordained to the gospel ministry by
the Presbytery of ersey City, N. J.
His first charge was at the historic
First Presbyterian church of Pater
son, N. J. At present he is pastor
of the famous First Presbyterian
church of Pittsburgh.
College Commencement Speaker Has
Wide Background As Traveler, Author
Dr. Macartney is a great traveler,
and for many years has followed the
trail of St. Paul in his journeys
over the Mediterranean world. He
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THE RADIO-CONTROLLED PROJECTILE, pictured here on the
aunching ramp in the plant where it was manufactured, has under
gone successful flight tests in Britain. Named the Stooge, it has an
endurance of 40 seconds, a speed of over 500 miles an hour, and a
range of about eight miles. The rocket’s accuracy and manoeuyer
abinty lead its British designers and constructors to consider it a
good defence weapon with possibilities, when further developed,
against bombers carrying atom bombs. Stooge’s length is 754 feet,
its wing span just under 7 feet, and its weight 738 pounds.
the spirit of a game whose first
championship match was played by
a king and a tradesman in partner
ship against two nobles..
“Another quote from Morton’s
book: ‘Golf today,’ said Mr. Kinskill,
‘is a ladies game compared with
the golf I remember at St. Andrews
half a century ago. I remember
playing with the hand-hammered
gutta-percha halls. Damned annoy
ing things when they broke! The
rule in those days was that you put
the new ball on the place where the
largest fragment of the old one
fell!’
has visited almost every place men
tioned in the New Testament in
connection with St. Paul.
His experiences relating the jour
neys will be published in a new
book Dr. Macartney now is writing.
His travels also have taken him to
the Isle of. Patmos and the Seven
Churches of Asia and to other places
associated with St. John.
In his preaching, Dr. Macartney
has invaded almost every province
of the preacher’s empire. He is
known as a defender of the cardinal
doctrines of Christian faith, but has
also achieved distinction for his ser
mons in the field of Christian bi
ography.
What are called his sermons from
life, based on incidents of pastoral
experiences, have distinguished his
preaching.
Dr. Macartney also has found time
to work and write in the field of his
tory. He is a recognized authority
on the Civil war, and has also writ
ten many books on western Pennsyl
vania. His latest book, “Preaching
Without Notes,” gives his theory and
practice of fishing. All told he is
the author of 42 volumes in the
fields of theology, homiletics, biogra
phy and history.
Bring Remains Here
For Burial Monday
Remains of Noah E. Amstutz, 62,
former Bluffton resident, were
brought here Monday for burial in
Maple Grove cemetery.
Mr. Amstutz, a retired decorator
and painter, moved from Bluffton to
Lima about 25 years ago where he
has since resided. His death oc
curred at St. Rita’s hospital in that
city Thursday morning at 1:30
o’clock following an extended illness.
Services were held at Davis-Miller
funeral home, Lima, Monday morn
ing. Officiating was Rev. Paul
Graeser of the Lima First Reformed
church of which he was a member.
He was bom in Berne, Ind., May
21, 1885, the son of Abraham and
Anna Baumgartner Amstutz.
Surviving are four children: Wilma
and Richard at the Evangelical and
Reformed Children’s home in Ft.
Wayne Mrs. Mary Anna Edwards
and Wilford Amstutz, both of Lima.
A brother William Amstutz of
Berne, Ind., and sister, Mrs. Levi
Gable of Bluffton also survive.
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Youth Speaker
REV, Richard Reilly, leader
and principal speaker for
the young people’s rally to be
held at Ebenezer Mennonite
church from Friday to Sunday
night.
Rev. Reilly, director of the
Youth for Christ movement in
Elkhart, Ind., will be assisted by
Freeman Burkhalter of Berne,
Ind., song leader.
Program for the rally appears
in announcements for the Ebene
zer church in this edition.
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Solemnize Wilch
Fisher Wedding
Roma Wilch of Beaverdam, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilch of
Arlington became the bride of
Charles Fisher, son of Mrs. Ed
Fisher of Kalida in a ceremony at
the home of the bride’s parents,
Wednesday afternoon, May 21 at 2
o’clock. The date was also the
birthday anniversary of. the bride’s
mother.
Rev. Lee B. Remaley of Arling
ton officiated in the single ring
ceremony in a room decorated in
flowers of the season. The bride
wore an aqua blue dress with
corsage of pink and white carna
tions.
A wedding supper was served
Sunday evening at 6 o’clock at the
Fisher home for 33 guests. The
table was decorated with flowers
and centered with a miniature bride
and groom.
Present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilch, Arlington
Mrs. Ed Fisher, Kalida Mr. and
Mrs. Dillon Fisher and two sons,
Benton Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Hummon and son, Toledo Mr.
and Mrs. Wendell Garlinger and
tw’o daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Fisher, son and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Amstutz, Robert and
Ray Wilch, Bluffton.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilch and
daughter, Arlington Mr. and Mrs.
John Young, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Dowmey and son, Beaverdam Miss
Doris Fisher, at home and the
honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher.
The evening was spent informally,
followed by refreshments.
The couple will reside on the
Fisher farm two miles southeast of
Bluffton.
APPRECIATED
I w-ish to thank all the many
friends who called on me while a
patient in Bluffton hospital also
those who sent cards and flowers.
Mrs. Otto Badertscher
THANKS FRIENDS
My sincere thanks to all w-ell
wishers during my recent stay in
the hospital.
Mrs. Don Reams
Forrest G. Ketner, secretary-man
ager, Producers Livestock Coopera
tive Association, Columbus, was re
elected president of the Ohio Council
of Farm Cooperatives on May 8. A.
C. Patzer, manager, Grove City
Farmers* Exchange, w-as reelected
vice-president, and Walter L. Bluck
is executive secretary. The Council
is a waitch-and-ward agency for
farmer cooperative activities in Ohio.
Bye Appeal Mates with
Thrifty Buying when you
Build Your Permanent Home
of Colorful
Frederic Andrews
Weds In Kentucky
The marriage of Orpha Johnson
Dunbom, daughter of Mrs. Edna
Johnson, Wauseon, Ohio, and Fred
eric Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Andrew’s, Bluffton, took place
Friday, May 16 in the home of the
officiating minister, the Rev. Joseph
Fix of Newport, Kentucky.
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THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1947
The bride was attired in a lime
green suit with brow’n accessories
and a gardenia corsage.
The bride attended Wauseon high
school. The groom, a graduate of
Beaverdam high school, served three
years overseas with the army.
They will reside in Beaverdam.
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