a—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Feb. 25,1955
in "Easter Basket"
$ the Cottage Cheese that’s famous
for sweet, fresh flavor. Delivered to
your door or ot your favorite store.
MOORES & ROSS
165 N. Washington Av*.
8«c per line
P. O. Bex US
Coiemke* IS. O.
Take a Short-Cut Thru the
Claeair Barber Shop
823 jChillieothe St.
Brick, Block and Concrete Work
James Grimm. No. 8 Waller St.
KOOL VEN! ALUMINUM AWNINGS
WetherGard Aluminum Product*
Third and Bond Phone 2.06411
Glynn Ph 2-8021
Pat's Tru-Line Blox
PRE-4 A81 CONCRETE CO Dial 2-8131
IT PAYS TO USE THE
E. H. RUSSELL
1106 Gellie St.
“Grot Us a Break"
ST. AGATHA BOWLING
Team Won Lost
Seminoles ..... ...... 41 25
Sioux ............ ...........38% 27%
Incas .......... ...........35^ 30%
Mohawks ...... ........ 35 31
Apaches ........ ...........31 35
Cherokees ................30^ 35%
Navajos ........ ...........30 36
Shawnees ...... ..........22% 43%
Week's high individual game
and series: Katherine Ash,
Shawnees, 183 Marie Peltier,
Week’s high team game and se
ries: Seminoles. 659 Incas,
I buy sell and exchange.
Modern up to minute home. St. Catharine
parish. 3 bedrooms with 2 baths and den.
Wall to wall carpeting. Year round air
conditioning. Priced to sell. See owner.
Open Sunday 2 to 6. 281 S. Broadleigh Rd.
Work For You.
Offer Limited U Stat* of Ohio
5M fc. BROAD ST
501 E*hn Avenue
Smith-Corona Typewriter* -nd Clary Add
ing Machines. Franeniss Dealer Staple
ton Office Supply. 829 Birth. Phone 8-2781
•RIED AND BAKED CHICKEN tervod
from 7 am. until 8 p.m Fish every Fri
day. LANGWELL'S CAFETERIA 745
DUNN COAL CO.
Gallia and Broadway Streets
PORTSMOUTH GLASS CO.
1541 Gallia St Phono 61301
Parking Lot In Roar
Auto and Window Glass Installed
We Can Furnish
All Your Glass Needs
Paul Duplain Joo Kehoe
PAINTING Inside and Out
Steaming eft gap** Patch Plaster
Fitter Fin O Greenweed Ph. 4-6961
A Call To
MARTIN PLUMBING CO.
Means Prompt Courteous Service
Dial 8-5041 511 Lincoln EL
KI VEH VIEW MANOR convalesce-.: Hom*
for aged and infirm Ph. Wm Fraaure
Luca* 2861 or 8941 for rataa
1417 Offnere St.
Off Street Parking
GALLIA AT FINDLAY STREETS
3-2661 Portsmouth, Ohio
The Citizens Saving and Loan
505 Chillicothe St. Portsmouth, O
"Inturod Safety'' for your Savings
Tha Style Center of Portsmouth
Monthly Reduction Mortgage Loans
Based On An
SCALE OF VALUES?
DON'T DELAY CHECK NOW
VETTER and SONS
739 Sfh St. PorHmouth, Ohio PHONE 3-2401
Dennison Wins Tourney
The Dennison Knights of Colum
bus No. 1 team copped the sixth
annual district K. of C. bawling
tournament in Dennison recently.
Other teams in the tourney were
New Philadelphia, Cambridge and
Members of the winning team
were Marcus Le Monte, Joe Mar
tini, Bill Chini, John Martini and
Gene Bonvechio This marked the
fourth championship for a Denni
son team in the six years of the
Finnen Heads Brush
Karl Finnen, former New Lexing
ton high school football star, has
been appointed head football coach
at Cleveland Brush high school,
it was announced recently. Finnen,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Finnen of New Lexington, formerly
served as head football, basketball
and track coach at Chardon (O.)
high school. He has been a mem
ber of the Brush coaching staff for
the past three years.
Re-Insured with Lloyd’s
LONDON—(NC) Two Italian
insurance companies with which
the treasures of St. Peter’s Basilica
in Rome are insured for an un
named six-figure sum have rein
sured with Lloyd’s, London under
writers, it was announced here.
The treasures are stored in a
strong-room at the Basilica. They
include a platinum chalice of Pope
Pius VI and a gold crucifix of the
Emporer Justin II.
George J. Igel and Company, Inc.
Crane Service Excavating
COLUMBUS 8, OHIC
Book Shop 1
(1 Volume, Prayer Book
and Sunday Missal)
Imitation Blue Leather
with Blue Edges
Shop 9:15 To 5:30
TV & Appliance Co.
Used it New—Sales it Service
5604 Galli* St. Ph. Scioto 327
HOLMAN CYCLE SHOP
Gasoline Engines, Parte and Service
17th and Grandview Phone 8-8891
Open Evening* until 8
828 Galli* Ph. 26721
708 Chillicothe St. Ph. 27291
IDEAL MILK CO
ORIG1NAI CUT RATE
Drugs & Prescriptton*
C. Herrman & Sons Co
Eighth an* array *4. 913 Gallia *t
Phan* 1209 66* Phene 2840
Pick Up and Delivery Service
1644*11th St. Phone 63071
orgeat Seleeuon of
New* pa pat* te __ __
G*Mta and Offnere Bta.
Learning a lot about basketball
—and boys—are a group of men
who form the CYO Men’s Volun
teer group headed by Jack Hoff
man of St. Thomas. These men
represent their parish CYO in the
Sunday basketball league at St.
Charles. They work one day out
of the season keeping score, time,
maintaining order and overlook
ing things in general. Hoffman acts
as coordinator of the plan, calling
the men each week, advising them
of their duties and being on hand
to get things under way.
The men and their parishes are:
Paul Tracy, Ralph Lehman and
Fred Kuhn, St. Catharine Richard
Eichenlaub, Stu Thomas and Rob
ert Schmidt, St. John Ed Foster,
John Santuello, and Dick Bobst
Christ the King Charles Kaiser,
Frank Reis, Anthony Moskus and
Leo Deitlein, St. Leo Jon Lang,
Andy Tweed and John Murphy,
Our Lady of Victory Sig Telerski,
Jack Welch and Frank Schneider,
William Muldoon, Robert Dodd
and Sam Watkeys, St. Agatha.
Howard Reisch, Herbert Larkins
and Eugene McGruder, St. Mary
Joe Ardner, John Maloney and Bill
Santonich, St. Ladislaus Jos Bo
setti, Bill Jordan and Dick DiPaolo,
St. Peter Tom Sexton and Francis
Boehm, St. Mary Magdalene Terry
McNamara, Jack Willie and Bert
Mock, St. Michael Joe Francisco,
Dick Reithmiller and Michael
Tocci, St. Christopher Father Col
by Grimes, Jack Hoffman and Dick
Hoffman, St. Thomas. Kenneth
Austin, Robert Ferris and Paul
Sopko, Immaculate Conception
and Don Miller and Bill Bragg,
STANDINGS AND SCORES
BOY'S GRADE SCHOOL
Friday, February 25
Sacred Heart v». St. Francis at Godman
Guild 4:15 p. m.
Saturday, February 26
Holy Name vs. St. Vincent
St. Dominic v*. St. Catharine 10 a. m.
Cathedral v*. St. Patrick
Our Lady of Victory vs. St. Christopher—
11 a. m.
Ladislaus vs. St. Mary
Leo No. 2 vs. St. Thomas 12 noon
T^o No. 1 vs. St. Michael.
Cyprian vs. Christ the King 1 p. m.
Mary Magdalene vs. Our Lady of Peace
Holy Family vs. St. Agatha 2 p. m.
St. Augustine v*. Holy Rosary
St. John vs. Immaculate Conception 8
Corpu* ChrMi St. Alovsius 4 p. m.
BOYS GRADE SCHOOL
St. Dominie 4
St. Aurust'.ne 4
St. Mary 4
St. Catharine 8
St. Ladislaus S
St. Christopher 7
St. Thomas 4
St. Leo No. 2 _____ 2
St. Vineent 2
Holy Name ...
St. Leo No. 1
Our Lady of Peace 4
St. Mary Magdalene 1
Christ the King 5
Immaculate Coneep. „8
St. John ____—8
St. Aloysius 0
Sacred Heart 4
St. Peter 8
St. Francis 8
St. Agatha 2
Holy Family 0
Finals in Exempted Parochial Tournament Tonight
Zanesville Rosecrans Visits
St. Charles As Season Ends
Finals in the Central Exempted Parochial Class basket
ball tournament are scheduled in Westerville’s Otterbein col
lege gvm tonight with the three winners gaining berths in
the Central District tourney which starts next week. In the
first game at 6:30 p.m., Newark St. Francis’ CCL co-champions
take on London’s Red Raiders with the Green Wave strong
favorites to win after downing Columbus University Wednes
In the eight o'clock middle game.
Columbus Holy Family takes a
heavy underdog role into,its fray
with Mt. Gilead. At 9:30 Marion St.
Mary and Columbus St. Mary, win
ner over Granville, clash in the
The regular season comes to an
end Saturday night when Columbus
St. Charles meets its Alumni on
the Carolian court. Prior to
game, though, there are two tilts
of interest tonight.
Bishops Coming Fast
Zanesville Rosecrans drops in at
the Cards’ gym tonight with Dick
Mattingly’s club sporting a 15-4
record including nine straight
wins. Rosecrans, which lost two .of
its first three and four of the first
ten games, has really been rolling
in high gear with all five starters
hitting with consistency. Two of
the Bishop wins in the last month
have been over Newark St. Francis,
52-48, and New Lejjngton St. Al
Another Friday night clash will
see Columbus Rosary traveling to
Delphos where they’ll take on last
year’s state runner-up team, Del
phos St. John.. The Delphos club
is Class A this season and has
scored a number of wins over Class
A opposition in the northwest area.
(They beat Toledo Central Catholic
early this season by scoring 32
points in the final quarter. Rosa
ry, although not expected to win,
will get good experience for the
Class A district coming up.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Friday, February 25
Zanesville Rosecrans at Colum
bus St. Charles
Columbus Rosary at Delphos St.
Saturday, February 26
Alumni at Columbus St. Charles
Saturday, February 26
Alumni at Columbus St. Charles
Saturday, February 26
Ohio State at Illinois
Miami at Xavier
Duquesne at Dayton
Thursday, March 3
Seton Hall at Dayton
Saturday, February 26
Michigan at Iowa
In the Exempted Parochial tour
ney at Athens, Somerset Holy Trin
ity was scheduled to play New Lex
ington last Tuesday night and go
into the finals Saturday against
New Boston if they won. Holy Trin-
St. John 27, Immaculate Conception
St. Agatha 89, St. Mary Magdalene 86
St. Ladislaus 60, St. Thomas 22
SENIOR NO. 1
St. Thomas 52. St. Leo 85
Corpus Christi 25, St. John 28
St. Peter 51, Immaculate Conception 40
St. Mary 85, Holy Name 81
SENIOR NO. 2
St. Mary Magdalene 40. St. Christopher i
St. Catharine 60, St. Mary No. 2, 87
St. Agatha 59. St. Michael 11
Our Lady of Victory 38, Christ the King !26
LAST WEEKS SCORES«
Corpu* Christi 22. St. Agatha 18
St. Leo 29. St. Patrick 4
Victory 18. St. Dominic 11
St. Mary Magdalene 18, St. Francis 6
Immaculate Conception 18, St. Catharine
NEXT WEEK’S SCHEDULE:
Friday. February 25, St. Patrick va. St.
Catharine at St. Catharine.
Monday, February 28, St. Francis va Im
maculate Conception at Godman Guild.
Tuesday. March 1. St. Agatha va. St. Mary
St. Mary 34, St. Dominic 22
St. Augustine 20, St. Catharine
Rosary 20, St. Ladislaus 19
Victory 29, St, Vincent 5
St. Christopher 81, St. Thomas 26
St. Leo No. 2 25. Holy Name 10
St. Petrok 29. St Mary Magdalen*
St. Michael 2. Cathedral 0 (forfeit)
Our Lady of Peace 2. St. Leo No. 1,
St. John 84, St, Aloysius 10
St. Cyprian 38, Immaculate Conception
Christ the King 20, Corpus Christi 18
Sacred Heart 48 St Agatha 21
CTO BASKETBALL STANDINGS
SENIOR NO. 1
Si. Peter __
1 266 221
1 259 210
8 255 216
8 228 240
Wilson and Spalding
Btck 1 Albanese
223 E. Lons et Sth CA. 4-2887
Magdalene at Victory.
Tuesday, March 1. Victory va. St.
Knighta of Columbus.
Wednesday, March 2, St. Patrick
Dominic at St. Dominic.
Friday, March 4. St. Catharine va.
Christi at St. Catharine.
SEWERS A DRAINS
Electric Koto-Rooter Sewer and
Drain Service. Phone Circleville
151 E Main St Phon* 411
219 E Main Circleville
Circleville Fast Freeze
°I61 Edison Av*. Circleville OO
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
■Where ttorvie* Predaminates'
107 W. Mein St. Phene 62
ity downed Glouster 60-17 last
week. In other tourney games, New
Boston dropped Chillicothe Cath
olic Central 57-52 and Portsmouth
Notre-Dame beat Crooksville 60-56.
In the Exempted Tourney at West
erville last Saturday Mt. Gilead
downed Mt. Vernon St. Vincent
74-55 and Holy Family topped Lan
caster St. Mary 51-47 in a last pe
Be Loyal To
20c per line
Send Ad* Ta
P. O Box 636
Colombo* 16 O
Custom-Built Kitchen Cabinet*
Formica Top* Store Fixtures
PHELPS CABINET SHOP Dial 2-5523
One Mile South on State Route 4
SHOfRT TIME ONLY
8.2 Refrigerator $264.
8.8 Refrigerator-------- _$369.
10.2 Refrigerator---------- $429.
PLUS YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR
eu. ft..Chest Type $289,
cu. ft. Chest Type —$419.
cu. ft. Chest Type —$578.
2-1763. 197 S. Proepeet 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., 187 S. High St.. Ph. 2-5715.
Associated with A. S. Daniels, Broker.
St. Mary No. 1
Immaculate Coneep. 0
For Your Next Sale
Call JOHN PFARR, JR., Auctioneer
Richwood, Ohio Phone 2411
Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer
Marion's Oldest Dealership 1916.
309 W Center Dial 2-3134
Complete Banking Service
Th* Campbell National Bank
Phone 77 LaRue Ohio
Member Federal Deposit Ins Corp
HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS
288 E. Church St
Exclusive Franchise ^Dealers
Fine Mattre**** and Boxsprings
Open Tues., Thur*., and Sat. Eves. Till
Scout TREE Service
CODY HARTMAN, Owner
28 year’s experience Free estimate*.
641 Oak St Dial 2-7472 Evening*
MIMEOGRAPHINC AND TYPING
Notary Public Ruth A. Belk
435 N. Main.Dial 2-4727
MARION CAR I AGE
Local and coast-to-ooast moving
Low independent rates Agent Ste
vens Van Lines 893 Wilson Ave
Transfer A Storage Co.
ALLIED VAN LINES
126 Oak St Dial 2-2537
R. A. CHAPMAN
Freeh Dressed Poultry and Egg*
217 N. Proepeet St. Ph. 2-9520
Hub Bar and Grill
P. J. GRIFFIN 11
Owter a*d ijperatoa 11
'WHERE SPORT FANS MEET’]
!l31 S. Main Phone 3-9989
Phene* 2-0118 2-2605
Silver an* Bartram Area.
Walter C. Kropp, Pres.
These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this
section as a guide when buying.
S. Prospect St. Dial
HOWARD & VERNON BAKER
Plumbing if 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
F. E. Robinson
Plumbing Heating Power Digging
232 S. High Dial 8-1774
Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and
Drain Service 592 E George St
A Religious Gift is Truly
Benson Elchert Religious Shop
328 Silver St., Marion. Ohio
SHOP AND SAVE
Fin* Furniture For Th* Hom*
UP furybody Soys ft Rnp Jo Iradr Of
202 8 Main St Marion. O
Realtor Ph. 3-6865
Buy, Sell, Build
W. Center St. Dial 2-4112
You can be sure IF IT’S
BON NEFF, INC.
Harding Highway East
The Diamond Store of Marion
Manon’s Oldest Jewelers
RITZ BAR & GRILL
You can get the beat Italian Spa.
gbetti. Ravoli, Italian Pitta. Good
Steak* Chicken and HOME MADE
Premium Beer* Faney Drink*
We wui deliver yee a aew 1954 tterioa 1*0 Chevrolet 2 Door
J. FRED SCHMIDT PACKING CO.
First Mortgage Loans
Safe Deposit Boxes
Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc.
Ph. 2-3195 2-3189
“Good Quality Used Cars"
SAVINGS ANO LOAN ASSOCIATION
Walter M. Zuber, Vice Pres.
BEER and WINE STORE
141 N. Main St. Next Door State Liquor Store
FAST, FREE DELIVERY TILL 11:00 P. M.
BEER ALE WINES
DRIVE-IN PARKING IN REAR
Beautiful Bao Parakeets
KAYLEE PET SHOP
543 S. Prospect St Dial 2-0596
Smart & Waddell
for nearly 50 years
E Center 118 S Mein
Radio and Television Repair
Melvin Braden 195 Barnhart 8L
Dial 2-3196 or 3-1562
Installed & Repaired
John & Bob Paulus
Ph. 27684 Ph. 2-4691
576 E. Church 437 Oak St
RONALD W. ARNDT
259 E Walnut Die1 2-8480 evening
Til* Bath Room
Tile Work ot All Kinds
Call or Write for Free Estimate
K. AND R. M. STONER
and TILE CO.
116 W Front St.
Findlay, O Phone 4470
Marion New Bloomington
129 S. Main St.
larion, O. Ph. 21725)
Marion’s Oldest Established
Dail 2-4297 or 2-9891
for an appointment
Mrs. Gladys Lesch
702 Wilson Av*.
Graduate of the College of
Swedish Massage, Chicago
FORMER NURSES AID
FRANCIS J. VOLL
327 Lafayette Street
The Diamond Center Of Marion
114 S Main St.
This price include* state tax and title fee.
Midtown Chevrolet Company
Z«1 8 Main stteei Telephone 4.2166 Marion. Ohio
L. A. AXE and SON
S I 7 I 1 99
JIM DUGAN, INC
Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing and Shoes
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