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THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1959
Consider Location
Of Race Track
A proposal for construction of
a Go-Kart racing track at the
edge of the Bluffton village limits
will be considered at a meeting
of the Go-Kart Racing associa-
tion tonight, Thursday, at the
home of Roger Edwards, corner
of Spring and Franklin street.
Richard Benroth, president of
the group, has announced that
by-laws of the association will be
presented for adoption at the
same time.
All persons, men, women and
WEDDING
ANNOUNCEMENTS
VITATIONS
I
youngsters interested in this ac
tivity are invited to attend the
meeting. Membership is open.
Thus far 30 members have joined
the group.
ON OFIC MISSION
Dr. Lloyd L. Ramseyer, presi
dent of Bluffton college, will be
doing solicitation for the Ohio
Foundation of Independent Col
leges in Toledo on November 3,
4, and 5, and in Dayton on No
vember 10, 11, 12.
On November 9 he will speak
about Russia before the Y-Era
dale Sorority at the Y.M.C.A. in
Findlay at 7:30 p. m. The Tiffin
and Lima chapters will be guests.
Fine quality vellum paper with
double envelopes printed at
tractively in good taste.
25 INVITATIONS OR $C 7C
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Lots of 50
Lots of 100
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League Bowling
WEEK OF OCT. 21-27
ALL STAR
Present Standings
W
Clevenger Co. Inc. 18 6
Team No. 3 14
Southgate Lanes 13 x
Findlay Music 13 11
Team No. 4 7% 16%
Clark Buick 6% 17%
High Individual Games Bob
Patterson 223, Dick Rockey 214,
R. Woods 205, Dick Sands 199,
Mick Mueller 196.
High Individual Series R.
Woods 205-197-160 562 Mick Muel
ler 196-184-182 562 Dick Rockey
176-171-214 561, Dick Sands 180
199-191 560, Bob Patterson 181
147-223 551.
SOUTH GATE QUEENS
Present Standings
W
Clevenger Co., Inc. 15 9
Kie’s Hotshots 15 9
Vances Paint & Awning 14 10
Stager Coal Yard 14 10
"Oldsmobile 88” 13% 10%
Light’s Garage 11 13
Team No. 8 10% 13%
Team. No. 7 3 21
High Individual Games Peg
gy Hursey 190, Marilyn Augs
burger 188-166, Dorothy Lloyd
167-163, Irma Huber 166-152,
Coleen Marquart 165-150.
High Individual Series Mari
lyn Augsburger 484, Coleen Mar
quart 463, Dorothy Lloyd 457,
Peggy Hursev 451, Irma Huber
451.
DEAD BEATS
Present Standings
W
Team No. 2 17% 6%
Steiners Stock Barn 15% 8%
A to Z Market 13 11
Tuttle Lumber 13 11
Bath Fireman #1 12 12
Team No. 8 12 12
Bath Fireman #2 8 16
Luginbuhls Pl. & Heating 5 20
High Individual Games Dick
Rockey 221-201-192, Dick Sands
213.
High Individual Series Dick
Rockey 614, Dick Sands 563, Dick
Hartman 510, Bill Thomas 509,
John Hamishfeger 485.
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THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
TRIPLETT
Present Standings
W
Rockettes 22 10
5-T’s 20 12
Jewels 17 15
Triplettes 15 17
Spark Plugs 14 18
Bowlettes 14 18
Figurettes 13 19
Missiles 13 19
High Individual Games Cleora
Golden 169, Lou Ann Palte 156,
Helen Steiner 154, Carol Kohler
153, Frances Burkholder 152.
High Individual Series—Cleora
Golden 452, Lou Ann Palte 411,
Wilma Neuenschwander 404,
Carol Kohler 397, Louise Reich
enbach 377.
CLASSIC
Goodwin Ins. 0, Steinman TV
Towers 4 Pats Barbers 1, Ba
singer Meat Market 3 Chuck &
Demps 3, Crows 5 & 10 Store 1
Simons Sohio 1, Swank Barber
Shop 3 Clark Buick 0, Bluffton
Stone Co. 4.
Present Standings
W
Clarks Buick 17% 10%
Crows 5 & 10 Store 17 11
Chuck & Demp’s 16 12
Steinman TV Towers 15 13
Goodman Ins. 15 13
Simon’s Sohio 14% 13%
Bluffton Stone Co. 12 16
Basinger Meat Market 12 16
Swank Barber Shop 11 17
Pats Barber 10 18
High Individual Games Earl
Matter 221, James Mueller 202,
Dewight Darby 201, R. Glass
194, Jim Badertscher 193.
High Individual Series Bob
Weyer 538, James Mueller 524,
Dewight Dailey 520, Dick Simon
516, Ross Irwin 512, Bill Clouser
504.
TRAVELERS
Page Dairy 1, Team No. 10 3
Herr Gardens 1, Blatz Beer 3
Beaverdam Firemen #1 1, Kin
singer Produce 3 Bluffton Stone
Co. 1, Beaverdam Firemen #2
3 Brooke Motors 4, Sohio 0.
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Polish table-tops
and furniture.
Present Standings
W
Kinsinger Produce 20.5 11.5
Team No. 10 20 12
Brooke Motor 20 12
Bluffton Stone Co. 19 13
Herr Gardens 18 14
Beaverdam Firemen #2 18 14
Blatz Beer 13.5 18.5
Beaverdam Firemen #1 13 19
Sohio 12 20
Page Dairy 6 26
High Individual Games D.
Rockey 222, C. Stewart 219, D.
Sands 212, W. Griffen 212, L.
Woodward & L. Pettig 205.
High Individual Series D.
Rockey 222-211-163 586, L. Wood
ward 205-202-179 586, L. Rettig
189-205-184 578, K. Parish 182-199
189 570, J. Weyer 194-202-171 567.
PINDUSTERS
Cookson’s Marathon 4, Basing
er’s Meats 0 Conrad Bros. 4,
Bea Bumble Appl. 0 Edelweiss
Restaurant 2, Snodgrass Market
2 Roma’s Lunch 3, Hilty’s
Flowers 1 Van Western Auto 3,
South Gate Bowlettes 1.
Present Standings
W
Hilty’s Flowers 23 9
Basingers Meats 23 9
Cookson’s Marathon 22 10
Roma’s Lunch 21% 10%
Snodgrass Market 20 12
Conrad Bros. 15% 16%
Van’s Western Auto 12 .20
Edelweiss Restaurant 10 22
South Gate Bowlettes 8 24
Bea Bumble Appliance 5 27
High Individual Games—Esther
Fett 179, Louise Hankish 166,
Vida Hilty 166, Dorothy Lloyd
165, Eva Mae Morriss 165, Tillie
Snodgrass 163, Marcene Martz
161.
High Individual Series Tillie
Snodgrass 441, Vernal Corson
436, Helen Simon 433, Esther
Fett 431, Dorothy Lloyd 422.
CLASSIC
Swank Barbers 4, Basinger
Meat Market 0 Crows 5 & 10
Store 3, Pat’s Barbers 1 Simon’s
Sohio 3, Goodwins Ins. 1 Chuck
& Demp’s 4, Bluffton Stone Co.
No. 1 0: Clark's Buick 3, Stein
man TV 1.
Present Standings
W
Clarks Buick 20% 11%
Crows 5 & 10 Store 20 12
Chuck & Demp’s 20 12
Simon’s Sohio 17% 14%
Steinman TV Towers 16 16
Goodwin Ins. 16 16
Swank Barber Shop 15 17
Bluffton Stone Co. 12 20
Basinger Meat Market 12 20
Pats Barbers 11 21
High Individual Games—Robert
Snodgrass 245, Howard Stauffer
233, Ross Irwin 209, Don Patter
son 208, James Mueller 204.
High Individual Series—Robert
Snodgrass 617, Jack Weyer 562,
Bill Clouser 558, James Mueller
550, Howard Stauffer 545, Ross
Irwin 529, Kent Amstutz 502.
COMMUNITY
Massey-Ferguson 3, Landmark
Mt. Cory 1 Benton Ridge Meth.
Men 1, Paul King Nationwide
Ins. 3 Geiger & Diller 1, Earl
Moyer & Son, Ex. 3 Trinity EUB
0, Hauter’s Gulf 4 Sfiuth Gate
Lanes 2, Pioneer Corn Co. 2.
Present Standings
W
Hauter’s Gulf 24 8
South Gate Lanes 22 10
Paul King Ins. 21 11
Massey-Ferguson 18 14
Landmark Mt. Cory 18 14
Benton Ridge Meth. Men 17 15
Earl Moyer & Son Ex 13 19
Pioneer Com Co. 11 21
Geiger & Diller 9 23
Trinity EUB 7 25
High Individual Series Ken
Parish 224, Raymond Crawford
201, Richard Bucher 190, Bob
Moyer 182, Jess Huber 180.
High Individual Series Ken
Parish 129-224-170 523, Albert
Gibbs 165-162-177 504, Bob Moyer
154-160-182 496. Jim Dailey 170
156-156 482.
BALL & CHAIN
Clouser & Dailey 3, Moyer &
Kuhn 1 Badertscher & Millager
1, Brautigan & Snodgrass 3
Corson & Bassitt 4, Burkholder
& Steiner 0 Bucher & Aukerman
0, Clark & Hohenbrink 4 Am
stutz & Niswander 4, Stewart &
Marquart 0.
Present Standings
W
Snodgrass & Brautigan 17% 2%
Clark & Hohenbrink 14 6
Burkholder & Steiner 13 7
Niswander & Amstutz 12 8
Corson & Bassitt 10% 9%
Kuhn & Moyer 10 10
Aukerman & Bucher 8 12
Clouser & Dailey 6 10
Millager & Badertscher 4 16
Stewart & Marquart 2 14
High Individual Games Dale
Clark 214, Bill Clouser 201, Bill
Bassitt 183, Dwight Daily 183,
Mary Amstutz 173, Tillie Snod
grass 166, Vernal Corson 159,
Mae Clark 155.
High Individual Series Dale
Clark 546, Bill Clouser 538,
Dwight Dailey 500, Mary Am
stutz 467, Mae Clark 432, Tillie
Snodgrass 423.
Football was strictly a game
for kicks until 1823. The World
Book encyclopedia reports that
a player at Rugby, England, dis
gusted with his ineffective kicks
at the ball, finally picked it up
and ran with it. Carrying the
ball became an accepted practice
—except for those purists who re
fused to use their hands. They
called their game "association
football” to distinguish it from
the other, which became known
as rugby. Association football
was later abbrevited to assoc
and then changed to soccer.
KEEP A STEADY HAND
ON THE WHEEL
Vote
i
DAVID DOTY
Clerk
An office manager by pro
fession, Mr. Doty is prepared
to handle the accounts and
records of the village with
professional accuracy. He is
employed in Lima, where he
can be a useful contact be
tween council and the county
government and the courts.
for
EXPERIENCE
for
PROGRESS
C. E. Aukerman
James Heininger
Edgar Chamberlain
REPUBLICAN
WILBUR AMSTUTZ
Mayor
Mr. Amstutz is ex
perienced, responsible and
ready to serve as mayor.
His two terms on council
give him a clear view of
the duties of the job and
the problems of the vil
lage. His record of leader
ship in church, lodge and
youth groups shows he
can handle important pos
itions.
He supports better
streets and sewers, regu
lated growth and satis
factory building laws for
the village.
SEVEN OF 12 REPUBLICAN candidates already have exper
ience in public office, most of them having served several terms on
council or the Board of Public Affairs.
They are acquainted with Bluffton's problems and their exper
ience will be helpful to the new officers who will come in.
The new Republican candidates, with new ideas, will be the
ideal mixture which will enable the village to get the most mileage
from this experience.
1. Passage of the village 2-miO levy.
2. Permanent street improvements.
3. An ACTIVE Planning Commission with fair zoning laws
and enforced building codes.
4. Improvement of secondary sewers, running from homes
to the trunk lines.
5. Bentley Road access to new Route 25 by-pass when
constructed.
Use this experience keep Bluffton progressive
VOTE
CLERK
David Doty
MAYOR
Wilbur B. Amstutz
COUNCIL
TREASURER
Paul King
Clayton Bixel
Betty Stratton
Charles Hankish Jr.
BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Clayton Harkness Don Ream Harvey Bauman
VOTE REPUBLICAN
Pol. Adv. Issued by Bluffton Republican Comm., Wm. Edwards, Chr.
PAGE NINE
1-4
PAUL KING
Treasurer
As a young business man,
Paul King would bring to the
office of treasurer a capacity
for detail and record keeping
necessary to the safekeeping
of the village funds. His in
tegrity and pleasant person
ality will make him a good
public servant, and his keen
interest in the municipality is
already evident in his record
of civic responsibility.

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