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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, February 18.1955 Want ads save time and money COAL Number Z Red Ash Lump, $5.50 Per Ton Nut, $4 Per Ton At Tipple 24 HOUR SERVICE Stoverton-Roseville-Rd. Phone Zanesville 2-7118 BRUNS COAL, INC. K of “Ron/tng is Fun' Visit One Of Columbus' Finer Bowling Alleys 8 BEAUTIFUL LANES Bowling Lanes Open Bowling Saturday and Sunday Afternoon 80 S 6th St CA I 4451 Since 1890 First Mortgage Loans insured Savings Safe Deposit Boxes Walter C. Kropp, Pres. CLASSIFIED SECTION 20c per lin* Sand Ad. Ta P. O. Boa Columba. IS, O INFORMATION We Need Your Head In Our Butines* Open Thursday All Day. Classic Barber Shop. 823 Chillicothe BrickT Block and "Concrete Work James Grimm. No. 8 W'aller St. Phone 3-5422 ALUMINUM AWNINGS KOOL VENT ALUMINUM AWNINGS WetherGard Aluminum Products 'Third and Bond Phone 2.0601 AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE Mur* Givnn 2-8021 BUILDING MATERIALS Pat's Tru-Line Blox PRE-CAST CONCRETE CO Dial 2-8331 IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS. SEAGRAVES ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric Wiring of all Kinds Phon. 3-4351 1661 11th St, REAL ESTATE REALTOR Sales Rentals Loans List Youi Property With Us DIAL 6-7991 If No Answer Call 4-7189 ED KIZER 1212 2nd Portsmouth Dennison St. Mary ST. AGATHA BOWLING Team Won Lost Seminoles .................40 23 Sioux ......... ..............36^ 26^ Incas ...... ..............33j/2 29k Mohawks .... .............33 30 Cherokees ... .............30^ 32 k Navajos ___............. 30 33 Apaches ...... .............28 35 Shawnees ......... 19^ 40k Week’s high individual score and series: Mary Sullivan, Seminoles, 164-428. Week’s high team score and se ries: Seminoles, 693-1908. ANNAPOLIS, Md.—(NC)—A re port by the Judiciary Committee on a bill that would restrict the grounds on which motion pictures could be censored has been favor ably adopted by the Maryland House of Representatives here. FRANKLIN rFEDERAL •nuuMH 1890 CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 2k% at maim SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Walter Zuber, Vice Pres. PORTSMOUTH BKS Business Equipment Smith-Corona Typewriter- «nd Clary Add ing Machine*. Franeni*e Dealer Staple ton Office Supply. 829 Sirth, Phone S-2781 Cafeteria SUNDAY SPECIAL RIED AND BAKED CHICKEN aerved from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Fish every Fri lay LA bG WELL’S CAFETERIA. 745 Second Street. ____________ Coal DUNN COAL CO. Gallia and Broadway Streets _______ GLASS PORTSMOUTH GLASS CO. 1541 Gellia St Phone 61301 Parking Lot In Rear Auto and Window Glass Installed We Can Furnish All Your Glass Needs Paul Ouplain Joe Kehoe Pointing Decorating PAINTING Inside and Out Steaming off paper Pateb PI a* ter Floor Fin O. Greenwood Ph. 4-6967 Plumbing A Call To MARTIN PLUMBING CO. Mean* Prompt Courteou* Service Dial 3-6041 511 Lincoln SL Rest Homes RIVERVIEW MANOR convalescent Home for aged and infirm. Ph. Wm Erasure, Lucas 2361 or 8941 for rates For Quick Winter Starting AUTOLITE And FIRESTONE BATTERIES Town And Country Winter Tread TIRES SHOP and SAVE at WALTON SUPER SERVICE 2nd at Scioto River Bridge Phone 8-5801 MELCHER FUNERAL HOME Phone AMBULANCE Phone 23191 SERVICE 47831 1417 Offnere St. Ofi Street Parking DISTEL FURNITURE CO. The Friendly Store 7th and Chillicothe Sts. Phone 2-4811 'Now Open For Business' HOUSE OF PETS 1803 Robinson Ave. Portsmouth, Ohio Phone 61521 Open 3:00 to 8:30 P.M. Red Factor Canaries Young Parakeets Tropical Fish and Aquarium Equipment “WE SHIP BIRDS ANY WHERE” WANT BUILDING MATERIALS AT REASONABLE PRICES Call HAAS LUMBER CO. 2'8"x6'8" Flush interior Doors—"A" Grade $9.90 Peebles, Ohio Phone 52 IS YOUR FIRE INSURANCE Based On An OUTMODED SCALE OF VALUES? DON'T DELAY CHECK NOW VETTER and SONS 739 Sth St. Portsmouth, Ohio PHONE 3-2401 Magaw Transfers John Magaw John Magaw, former Columbus St. Mary athlete, who held down an end position on the University of Dayton football team last sea son, has transferred to Otterbein college in Westerville. Magaw is a sophomore. Be Loyal To Our Advertisers Book Shop zlnnez e I Portsmouth, Ohio St. Mary Sunday Missal 57‘ Leather, $6.50 Father Stedman Sunday Missal Leather 4.14, 6.68 Shop 9:15—5:30 Phone 2-1211 FISHER TV & Appliance Co. Used & New—Sales & Service 5604 Gallia St. Ph. Scioto 327 BICYCLES HOLMAN CYCLE SHOP Gaaoline Engines. Parts and Service 17th and Grandview Phone 3-3891 Open Eveninga until 8 LEE'S WATCH REPAIR MINFORD, OHIO Next door to the Post Office ANNE'S Pastry Shops 828 Gallia Ph. 26721 708 Chillicothe St. Ph. 27291 IDEAL MILK CO. PORTSMOUTH DIAL 3-2951 STEWARTS DRUG STORE OK1GINAI CUT RATE Drugs 4 Prescriptions 464 GALLIA PB 844? PORTSMOUTH OHIO C. Herrman & Sons Co. MEAT MARKETS Eighth and Murray BL SIS Gallia St Phsn. 8399 and SSI Phone 860 SINGER SEWING CENTER Now Is the time to buy 106 Chillicothe St. Phone 2-5641 Robert Cox Royal Cleaners Pick Up and Delivery Service 1644-11th St. Phone 63071 STAHLER'S PHARMACY 208 Market St. Phone 2-3171 Portsmouth, Ohio Tests Dover Tues. St. Joseph Preps for Tourney With Wise, Milyiori Leading With the regular diocesan bas ketball season almost completed— there are only three games left after tonight—fans are looking ahead to the class A and class tournaments which will be start ing in the next week or two. One of the top games of this, or any other season concerned will take place Tuesday in Dover where the brothers, Paul and Joe Droto vich, will send their teams, Den nison St. Mary and Dover St. Jos eph against each other for the sec ond time this season. St. Joseph is sailing along in what many people believe to be their best season in history. So far their record reads 13 wins and four losses. Two of the latter were to class A clubs, Bellaire St. John and East Palestine. The other two defeats were to New Lexington St. Aloysius and Cambridge St. Ben edict. St. Mary in the meantime has a three won-14 lost mark. They’ve lost some close games and have played some great ball, especially when all-Ohio forward candidate Ronny Ross has been hitting. St. Joseph has three scorers who have been moving along well in the scoring columns. Top man is Tom Wise, a forward, who so far has popped in 306 points. Next comes center George Milyiori with 250 while the other forward, Jim Martinilli, is right behind with 246 counters. Guard Norm Recla has tossed in 170 while the two alter nating fifth men Tom Bearducci and George Zifer have contributed about 110 points between them. BOYS GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL STANDINGS 1955 February 14, Joseph Opp. pt*. Pt*. TEAM PRESENTATION St. Augustine ----------8 St. Dominic Rosary ___ St. Catharine St. Ladislaus St. Mary ASSUMPTION St. Christopher __ 6 St. Thomas V ictory St. Vincent ... Holy Nam* t. Leo No. 2 184 182 151 1S9 199 188 _2 Aquinas St. COLLEGE Friday, February 18 Dayton at Cincinnati Saturday, February 19 Purdue at Ohio State Western Kentucky at Dayton Sunday, February 20 Xavier at Dayton Monday, February 21 Michigan at Ohio State Wednesday, February 23 Toledo at Dayton Xavier at Louisville TELEVISED GAME Saturday, February 19 Minnesota at Michigan HEADQUARTERS For Parochial School Team Equipment Wilson and Spalding Athletic Goods Beck & Albanese Sportsmans Service 223 E. Long at Sth CA. 4-2887 The game will be the final game of the season for both clubs who’ll then wait for the firing to begin in the Eastern Sectional tourney at Dover. Only other diocesan game re maining after Tuesday’s game will be the Zanesville Rosecrans at Co lumbus St. Charles scrap next Fri day night. Four tilts are on tonight’s slate with top game going on at Colum bus Aquinas’ gym where the Ter riers meet the state’s second ranked team Columbus East. East is shoot ing for the Columbus City League title while George Steinbrenner’s improving Terriers hope to gain a lot of prestige by taming the Tig ers. Other games Friday will find Au gusta at Dennison St. Mary, Dover St. Joseph at Newcomerstown and Columbus Academy visiting St. Charles. Saturday night Columbus Rosary will meet Academy. The Central District Parochial-Exempt ed Village tournament will start at Otterbein college in Westerville this Saturday. Drawings were scheduled for last Wednesday. Six diocesan schools, Columbus St. Mary, Columbus Holy Family, Ma rion St. Mary, Mt. Vernon St. Vin cent. Lancaster St. Mary and New ark St. Francis together with Lon- don, Columbus University. Mt. Gil ead and Granville will compete. Second round games will be played on Feb. 23 with finals slated for Feb. 25. Three teams will advance to the District tournament. Woody Hayes, head football coach air Ohio State is pictored on the right above with Charles W. Rosanquist, president of the Franklin Coonty Society for Crippled Children. Hayes was chosen to head the 1955 Easter Seal campaign in Colombus and Franklin coonty. The Easter Seal drives have supported the Franklin County Society's program during the 15 years of its existence. In that period more than 3000 crippled children have been served. CYO Schedules, Standings and Games STANDINGS AND SCORES BOY’S BASKETBALL Friday. February 18 Peter vs. St. Francis at Godmen Guild 4 :15 m. Saturday, February 19 Our Lady of Victory vs. St. Vincent St. Lominic vs. St. Mary 10 a. m. St. Ijkdislaus va. Rosary St. Jopn vs. St Aloysius 11 a. m. St. Cyprian vs. Immaculate Conception Cathedral vs. St. Michael 12 noon St. Mary Magdalene vs. St. Patrick Sacred Heart vs. St. Agatha 1 p. m. St. Thomas vs. St. Christopher St. Leo No. 1 vs. Our Lady of Peace 2 p. St. Leo No. 2 vs. Holy Name St. Augustine vs. St. Catharine 8 p. m. Corpus Christi vs. Christ the King 4 p. m. 86 SCORES 200 172 152 126 220 172 100 88 185 8 133 108 85 122 180 181 THIS WEEK'S GAMES HIGH SCHOOL Friday, February 18 Columbus St. Charles at Acad emy Columbus East at Columbus Augusta at Dennison St. Mary Dover St. Joseph at Newcomers town Saturday, February 19 Columbus Rosary vs. Columbus Academy at St. Charles Tuesday, February 22 Dennison St. Mary at Dover 81 PRESENTATION St. Ladislaus 38. St. Dominic. St. Augustine 37, St. Mary 50 St. Catharine 23, Holy Rosary ASSUMPTION Our Lady of Victory 26. St. Leo No. St. Christopher 42, St. Vincent 21 St. Thomas 26, Holy Name 25 VISITATION St. Michael 16, St. Mary Magdalene 6 St. Patrick 88, Our Lady of Peace 21 ANNUNCIATION St. Francis 34, St. Agatha 19 NATIVITY Christ the King 22, St. Aloysius 18 Corpus Christi 38, Immaculate Conception 29 St. Cyprian 33, St. John 15 20 NEXT WEEK’S SCHEDULE GIRLS Saturday, February 19 St. Catharine va. St. Dominic at St. Dominic Monday, February 21 Our Lady of Vic tory vs. St. Francis at Victory Wednesday, February 23 St. Francis vs. St. Catharine at St. Catharine Wednesday, February 23 St. Agatha vs. St. Dominic at St. Dominic Wednesday. February 23 St. Leo vs. Corpus Christi at Heyl Ave. Thursday, February 24 St. Mary Mag dalene vs. Immaculate Conception at Glenwood Friday, February 25 St. Catharine va. St. Patrick at St. Catharine PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. Phone Circleville 455 GOELLER'S PAINT STORE 219 E. Main Circleville THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK ’Whore Service Predominate*" 107 W. Main St. Phone 62 Circlevfll* Circleville Fast Freeze Food Locker P. J. GRIFFIN Owner and Operator 161 Edison Ave. Circleville, O For Advertising Rates Write: AD DEPT. CATHOLIC TIMES P. O. BOX 636 COLUMBUS, OHIO CLASSIFIED SECTION 20, per line Send Ads Te O Boz 636 CoInmhos 16 O Special Purchase SHORT TIME ONLY International Harvester REFRIGERATORS and FREEZERS Automobile Dealers McDaniels Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer Marion’* Oldest Dealership 1916. 309 W Center Dial 2-3134 25 BANKING SERVICE Complete Banking Service The Campbell National Bank I Phone 77 LaRue Ohio I Member Federal Deposit Ins Corp.’ life? MARION Wa. Now 8.2 Refrigerator_____ -$264. $185. 10.4 Refrigerator _____.$309. $249. 8.3 Refrigerator _____. $369. $265. Automatic Defrosting 10.2 Refrigerator $429. $275. Automatic Defrosting PLUS YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR FREEZERS 7 eu. ft. Chest Type $289. $189. 12 cu. ft. Chest Type —$419. $289. 20 cu. ft. Chest Type —..$573. $389. Fairchild's GULF SERVICE S. Prospect St, Dial 8-9994 Miami. Ohio _____ HOWARD&VERNON BAKER Plumbing & Heating Pump Work A Specialty 630 Oak St.Dial 2-8904 MOVING Local, also trailers for rent, two and four-wheel, all types, hitch fur nished. Move yourself, save $$$’*. Dial 2-1763. 197 S. Prospect St. WANTED OLD PICTURE FRAMES. DISHES, LAMPS. OTHER ITEMS. CLOYD N. SAUTTER, DIAL 2-9663. OPEN HOUSE, 625 N. Greenwood St. Now Open For Your Inspection. The Contemporary By Metropolitan. WILLIAM WILSON SR.. 137 S. High St., Ph. 2-5715. Associated with A. S. Daniels, Broker. 61 61 81 140 78 89 119 82 34 VISITATION St. Patrick-------- St. Leo No. 1 St. Michael Our Lady of Peace 3 St. Mary Magdalene 1 Cathedral -----0 ANNUNCIATION St. Peter 8 Sacred Heart _______3. St. Fran ci* 2 St. Agatha _____2 Holy Family 0 NATIVITY St. Cyprian------------- 6 Christ the King 4 Corpus Christi---------8 Immaculate Concep. 3 St. J.ohn ------------__1 St. Aloysius----------- 0 128 102 109 55 69 98 139 102 103 18 115 116 198 156 155 145 98 60 For Your Next Sale Cal] JOHN PFARR, JR.. Auctioneer Richwood, Ohio Phone 2411 109 140 143 152 129 184 Dry Cleanen I HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS 288 E. Church St. Marion 2-1627 Furniture Stores GROLL'S—WALDO Authorized Dealers HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD Fine Furniture Open Tues., Thur*., and 8at._ Eve*. Till 9 LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service CODY HARTMAN, Ownor 28 year’* experience. Free estimate*. 641 Oak St Dial 2.7472 Evening. MIMEOGRAPHING MIMEOGRAPHING AND TYPING Notary Public Ruth A. Belk 435 N. Main. Dial 2-6727 MOVING—STORAGE- PACKING MARION CAR I AGE Local and coast-to-coast moving Low independent rates. Agent Ste vens Van Lines 893 Wilson Ave Dial 2-2747 WRIGHT Transfer & Storage Co. AGENT ALLIED VAN LINES 126 Oak St Dial 2-2537 PET SHOP Beautiful BabyParakeets KAYLEE PET SHOP 543 S. Prospect St Dial 2-0596 Phonal 2-0118 2-2605 MALO BROS. & SONS Silver and Bartram Area. Marion. Ohio RALPH'S Hub Bar and Grill ‘WHERE SPORT FANS MEET” 131 S.’Main Phon. 3-9989 Marion, Ohio Ny CCL CO-CHAMPS. That's what this group of Columbus St. Mary basketbailers earned last weak when they dumped Columbus St. Charles in thoir last loop game of the season. The Rams ended the season last Friday with a seven and one league mark and 19-1 overall record. The lone loss came to Newark St. Francis which enabled the Green Wave to tie St. Mary for the Crown. In the photo above, first row, left to right Terry Tolbert, Kermit Allen, Ed Neegele, Mike Gill, Richard Janish, Malcolm Gentry and Bob Paullus. Second row: Al Buccilla, Bill Stewart, Paul Fischer, Dave Barker, Al Bosworth and Bill Allen. Ed Colston and Ricky Bond were absent when the picture was taken. SANSOTTA REALTY CO. Buy, Sell, Build 671 W. Center St. Dial 2-4112 Marion, Ohio Westinghouse TV You can be sure IF IT’S WESTINGHOUSE BON NEFF, INC. Harding Highway East Dial 2-5660 The Diamond Store of Marion MAY’S DIAMONDS WATCHES Marion’s Oldest Jewelers •t the RITZ BAR & GRILL in Marion You can get the beat Italian Spa ghetti. Ravoli, Italian Pizza. Good Steak* A Chicken and HOME MADE PASTERIES. Premium Beer* A Fancy Dnnk* Sedan for A George J. Igel and Company, Inc. Crane Service Excavating 501 Eaton Avenue CA, 1-6601 COLUMBUS S, OH II These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this section as a guide when buying. PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS F. E. Robinson Plumbing Heating Power Digging 232 S. High Dial 3-1774 Electric Roto-Rooter Sewei and Drain Service. 592 E. George St Marion 2-2726. RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A Religious Gift s Truly Appreciated. Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silver St., Marion, Ohio SHOES Smart & Waddell GOOD SHOES for nearly 50 years 137 E. Center 118 S. Mein SHOP AND SAVE Fine Furniture For The Home MARION Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc. Robert McMahon Ph. 2-3195 2-3189 “Good Quality Used Cars" 202 8 Main St Marion. O GLADYCE LINN Realtor Ph. 3-6865 For Fun and Health Junction Rts. 23 and 30 North fZ iMr 4. TELEVISION REPAIR Radio and Television Repair Kelvin Braden 195 Barnhart St. Dial 2-3196 or 3-1562 Television Antennas Installed & Repaired John & Bob Paulus Ph. 27684 Ph. 2-4691 576 E. Church 437 Oak St Television Antennas RONALD W. ARNDT 259 E. Walnut Dial 2-8480 eveninn Tile Bath Room Tile Work ot All Kinds Call or Write for Free Estimate H. K. AND R. M. STONER FINDLAY MANTEL and TILE CO. 116 W. Front St. Findlay, O. Phone 4470 4 ’W £ierybodjf It Fbys 1 JrnJe (t Lennon’s The firms listed here deserve to be remembered when you are distributing your patronage to the different lines of business For Advertising Rates Write: AD DEPT. CATHOLIC TIMES P. O. BOX 636 COLUMBUS, OHIO THRIFT MARKET 129 S. Main St. Marton, O. Ph. 21725 Marion’* Oldest Established Produce Center VAPOR BATHS Dall 2-4297 or 2-9891 for an appointment Mrs. Gladys Lesch 702 Wilson Ave. Graduate of the College of Swedish Massage, Chicago FORMER NURSES AID JKdKJk. A. A. dk FRANCIS J. VOLL TAILOR Cleaning—Pressing—Repairing 327 Lafayette Street Marion. Ohio The Diamond Center Of Marion LORDS JEWELERS 114 S Main St. ■ow 1954 Sena* 150 Chevrolet 2 Door $1117.22 Thia price ineluda* state tar and title fee Midtown Chevrolet Company 203 Main street Telephone 2-3155 Marion. Ohio L. A. AXE and SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS I. .. ,, AMBULANCE SERVICE Roller Skate Just Completed 8,000 sq. ft. of Skating Area New Plastic Covered Floor New Fiber Glass Ceiling KARG'S Roller Arena UPPER SANDUSKY, O.