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8^-THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, April 22,1955 WHERE THOUSANDS. SAVE MILLIONS ^1/07 I Curr*n* Return /0 Accounts MB A Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street HEADQUARTERS For Parochial School Team Equipment Wilson and Spalding Athletic Goods Beck & Albanese Sportsmans Service 223 E. Long at Sth CA. 4-2887 Information New Lexington “JSt’ CERTIFIED Refrigeration Service Walter Carney New Lexington O Phon* 106 Sheeran's Quality Drugs Opposite Court House New Lexington, Ohio Burger Mt. Pleasant Greenhouse Formerly Aeton Flora) Ce "Flowers for all occasions** Phon* 522 136 j. Mt. Pl*a*ant LaneaaSer TH1MMES BROS. Quality Meats & Groceries 351 S Columbus Lancaster Phone 109 BAKER Typewriter Co. RovaI ivoewrner* C. Alien And Victoi Adding Machines 117 N. Columbus St Lancaster Phone 2633 W JOHN P. KREIDLER Shoes of Distinction Phone 5727 203 W. Main St LANCASTER OHIO EASY END WINE SHOP “We Cover ancnster Like the Dew” Phone 1444 LYENDECKER Sohio Service Station Broad A Chestnut Phon* 3190 Lancaster DEAN & BARRY SAINT IMPERIAL WALLPAPER The Fairfield Paint A Oil Co Phone 4700 Lamastei Crumley-Trimmer Insurance Agency Kenneth D. Trimmer, Owner AUTO HOME GENERAL LIABILITY—POLIO—BONDS Nigbta. Sundays, Holidays Call 198M-J Kirn Bldg. 5634 Termite EXTERMIHATIHG FREE ESTIMATES No Money Down 3* Month* to pay PERMANENT GUARANTEE PLAN ermite*—Ant*—Roaches Rets—Mice—Waterbugs—F lea* (AH houwhold InoocU, potto) PHONE 930 Hines Industries* Inc. 9*2 8«e«nd St. Lancaster Referancas: All I^ineaater Rank* Pennington Sandwich Aquinas Meets South Rosary Tests Academy in Friday Tilts Heavy action is on tap this week in the Metro League with nine games scheduled in loop competition. Columbus Aquinas has three City league tilts scheduled while Zanesville Rose crans has two. Rosecrans will close out its regular season after Saturday’s game with Stockport. Friday games will see Aquinas at Columbus South and Rosecrans hosting Hopewell while in Metro action, Columbus Rosary plays at Academy and Columbus Holy Family meets Columbus St. Mary. Rosecrans will conclude its regu lar season when it visits Stockport and then start preparations for the District tourney which starting soon. will will take diamond Academy Next Tuesday, Aquinas on East at the Terrier and then on Wednesday will visit St. Mary, St. Charles will "travel” to Rosary and University tests Holy Family. Metzger Ins. Agency I, Compute Insurance Service ,i 113 N. Main 228 rpeooooaooeooooQoeooQiQc. Hot Point Appliance* Television Salo* & Service Ellis Dept. Store 893 N Main St. Naw Lazingtan Phona 107 PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO Distributors For Duquesne LANCASTER Schlitz Funeral nlrectors James H. Sheridan Sons Funeral Director* 222 South Columbua Street Laneaitor, Ohio TELEPHONE 41S-W Where to Dine L-9 JO-KAft RESTAURANT 1542 N. Columbu» St. Phon. *51 Business Announcement* L-30 Beauty Shops BETTV’S BEAUTY SHOP Our long axporUne* la your Beauty 4«mr •Me. 11*H W Main. Phon. 1*2 PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. 211 Pershing Drive Phone Lancaster 36S3. Automobile Part*—Accessories QUALITY AUTO PARTS Padriek Platon Ring* Wagn.r Lockheed Brake Lining Bnrg-Wam.r Product. Onmnlet# Auto Part, end Machine Shop Serviee Phone 701 410 N Memorial Drive Want ads can make more noise for vour prodt ct than a brass band with 1,000 members. Raedel Hdwe. Co. 124 N. Columbus St. Lancaster. Ohio “Everything tn Hardware*' BURTIC JEWELERS INC. 156 W. Main St. Phon* 346 Lancaster, Ohio FRANK J. KIENER REAL ESTATE 153% W. Main St. Phone 1200-W Lancaster, O. New System Bakery 119 N Columbus St. Phon* 5747 Lancaster, Ohio Stays Fresh to the Very Last Slice YOU'LL LOVE IT Loaf Friday Aquinas meets Linden on the Panther diamond and Univer sity goes against Academy. be Last Friday’s scheduled games between University and Academy and St. Mary at Rosary were post poned because of wet grounds and will be played at a later date. Columbus St. Mary lost its first game of the season last week when Chillicothe Catholic Central aveng. ed an earlier 3-0 win by the Rams and took a 5-3 decision over St. Mary on the Panther diamond. Chillicothe put across three runs in the last of the sixth inning to break a two-two tie. St. Mary came back for one tally in the top of the seventh to make the final score. The Rams had the tying runs on base when the Catholic Central hurler 3ill Schilder struck out the Ram batter for the last out. 4 Chillicothe’s winning rally start ed when Steve Gallagher and Ron nie Madru lashed out successive singles and then Bill Ward reach ed first on an error. Schilder then plated the runners with a single. Schilder allowed only four hits in going the route for the Panthers. St. Mary shortstop had two of them while the first baseman Bill Stew art collected a singleton and Butler added the other. The Panther pitch er struck out four and walked five. Coach Ken Neville started Lefty Dick Panisch and he was touched for six hits, one of them a double by Tom Cahill. —o-------------------- Camping equipment valued at $51,000 was contributed by mem bers of the Boy Scouts of America to fellow Scouts in South Korea in a “good turn” project. BUYERS GUIDE Charlie Macioci & Sone Selected Fruit ana Produce Warehouse— Cor Fair end Harrison Phon* 1797 Lancaster "We ar* a* near a* vour telephone" MOTORISTS MUTUAL IN'S. CO. W. A. SCHOLL "Your Friendly Agent** PROTECTION EVERY HOUR FARM ACCIDENT HOME AUTO INSURANCE *21 E. Sth Ave. Phone 1*7* L. PAUL MILLER ELECTRIC INC. Electrical Contractor* 1133 N. Memorial Drive Phone 3757 Lancaster Uhl’s Sohio Service Station 906 Memorial Drive Lancaster, Ohio Phon* 5207 Staten Distributing Co. Distributor For BLATZ BAVARIAN HUDEPOHL Ziesler Tree Experts All Types of Tree Service SHRUB and LAWN WORK LANDSCAPING Our insurance Protect* You Baltimore Rd 26*6 DICKSON’S Fresh Fruit* and Vegetables Meats and Beverage* DELIVERY SERVICE Complete Line of Appliance* Clothing for Entire Family Amanda Ohio A man da-J LANCASTER Bed Patient NURSING HOME 1439 E. Main St. Phono *37* I Lancaster, Ohio HARRY SHAW RESTAURANT Where Quality Is Never Rationed Try Our Specialty One and One Half Inch Sirloin Strip Roast Prim* Rib Of Beef The Best in Broiled Steaks Chops and Unusually Fine Dinners and Lunches Open 7 A.M. to!:IIPM. Evary Day Recommended by Duncan Hines A.A.A. Approved 201 S. Broad 4802 Heavy Action Set for Metro League This Week Willoughby Sterling Jewelers, Ashtabula Moorbrink’s Foods, 70S Jefferson Phea. 3*33 2515-528—3048 Cincinnati Elite Cleaners, Springfield Muth Brothers, Dayton 2609-468—8077 2626-432—3058 Doubles Scratch Joe Zang (6571-John Morhitier (663) Columbus, 1220. Rev. Fr. Roztas 618) Rev. Fr. Ivan (600)—Cleveland. 1218. Bus Carone (631)-Ekie Horvath (580) Toledo. 1211. Al Antinone 557)-Joe Schneider (649)— Steubenville. 1206. Anthony Luisa (555) John Schneider (614)—Cleveland. 1169. Sam Poeateri (582)-Gu» DiCostanso (577) —8. Euclid. 1159. J. Nucciarone (554) J. Beres (601)— Painesville, 1155. J. Shenk (589) Mel Westrich (567) Delphos. 1166 John McHarg (657) Willard Taylor Chillicothe. 1152. E. Kurcirex (663) J. Jursinki (589) Lorain. 1152. Unofficial low in money 1086. Doubles Handicap Sam Postateri (682,-Gus DiCon stanso (557), S. Euclid 174—1333 Dan McLune (449)-Lou Horn berger (666), Sharonville 252—1316 Joe Zang (657)-John Morbitxer (563), Columbus Al Antinone (657)-Joe Schneider (649). Steubenville Bob Antonucci (582)-Ed Sloan (484), Akron Rev. Fr. Rostws (618)-Rev. Fr. 391 N COLUMBUS LANCASTER 102—1308 CYO Basketball League Gramps Get Awards Gene Cardi Sparks Aquinas CHAMPION TERRIER—Gen* Csrdi, pictured above, is th* main hop* for Columbus Aquinas as they prepare for th* coming state golf tournament. Cardi, who won th* National Caddy Championship tournament last summer, has sparked the two time state champs for th* past three seasons. He's a senior. K. of C. State Bowling Tourney Joe Zang and John Morbitzer of Columbus were the doubles winners in the Scratch division of the State Knights of Columbus bowling tournament which was concluded last Sun day at Olentangy alleys in Columbus. The duo finished with a 1220 total. Zang also won the all-events title with 1845. Here’s how the tourney ended: FINAL STANDINGS (Unofficial) Team Scratch 2975 2848 2790 2787 2778 2775 2740 Etc hen Lute, Toledo Moueh Insurance, Cincinnati Starling Jewelers, Ashtabula Freddie’* Service Station, Cieve. East Side Cafe. Sandusky Bellman Markets, Toledo ... Warren Poultry, Warren Mahalls 20 Lanes, Lakewood Porostosky Shoes, Painesville George’s Novelty, Toledo 2783 2729 Unofficial low in money 2646. Team Handicap Alesci's Kinsman Foods, Cleveland 2627-510—8137 Moueh Insurance, Cincinnati Etchen Luts, Toledo .. Calvo Foods. South Euclid Erie Road Gravel, 2848-272—8121 2975-188—3113 -JNl* Rep esentatives of four senior basketball league champions, along with ne Prep league winner and twe tournament titktolders were given spec.al awards at the CYO Club of Champion festivi ties at the Knights of lumbus when the annual CYO Fiesta was held Easter Monday. Pictured above, holding their awards are, left to right: Tom Cullen, Holy Name team Tom Turner, St. Leo's team. Baek row: John Ryan, St. Catharine's team Paul Scholl, Our Lady oi Victory team Tim Me Sweeney, St. Mary's team Bob Ferris, Immaculate Conception team, and Tony Scialabba, St. Peter's team. ,:. ,1 s Zx. *x. id Single* Scratch Newton Falls B. Stadleman, Akron N. E. Unofficial low in money 2790-264—8064 2444-685—3029 2567-459—8026 Owen Painting, Akron ___ 2572-453—8025 Unofficial low in money 2827, Ekie Horvath, Toledo T. Panchai, Lakewood J. Schneider, 90—1810 240—1807 87—1805 Ivan (600). Cleveland Joe Seifert (511) Ross Alberts (518), Alliance---- 3. Malik (652)-R. Leehko (519). 27S—1302 122—1293 Cleveland _— Do Hallo (464) Joseph Ducey (608), Columbus Jack Koehler (526)-George Win den (479). Sandusky 228—1290 282—1287 Unofficial low in money 1185. AH p--------------- Legal Bev- I erages Walter and Catherine Lynch, Props. HI. 4-0215 819-821 Mohawk Columbus St. Mary 1955 Football Schedule Sept. 16—Lancaster BIS Sept. 23 at Enon Sept. 30—Zanesville Rosecrans Oct. 7—Columbus Rosary Oct. 14 at Marion-Franklin Oct. 28 at Waverly Nov. 4—Tecumseh Nov. 11—Columbus St. Charles St. Agatha Bowling Seminoles ....... ........ 56 34 Sioux ..... 55*4 34% Mohawks ......... ....... 48 42 Incas ........ 47*4 42% Apaches ........ 43^4 46% Cherokees ...... ......... 43% 46% Navajos ..... 37 53 Shawnees ........ ........ 29 61 Week’s high single game and series: Toni Lockridge, Mo hawks, 190-478. 679 664 661 655 652 643 638 John Majka, Cleveland Lvry Smith, Sandu.ky-------------- Otto Trott, Columbua William Kolp, North Canton Paul Huebner, Springfield ____ Diek Reitter. Cohtntibua ____ Art Ulrich. Middletown .. Sam Beonti, Cleveland Andrew Tobasco, Newton Falls John Powell Jr., Toledo .... 634 631 Unofficial Io'- !n money 579. Sin..-* Handicap John Majka, Cleveland Art Ulrich. Middletown Robert Bixler. Fairview .... Dave Viancourt, Cleveland Danny McLu*e. Sharonville John Dougherty, 670-111—781 688- 90—728 819-108—727 585- 138—728 586- 129—715 657-150—707 628- 78—706 549-153—702 Springfield--------- .... Bob Van Kirk. Akron ____ Eugene Brown, Cleveland Andrew Tobaeco, -700 -700 634- 66 592-108 574. All Events D. 584 667 561 578 Jim Pollard, professional basket ball star known as “The Kangaroo Kid,” has been named to succeed Ken Ixjetfler as basketball coach at LaSalle College. He was sign ed to a three-year contract. The former Stanford University star helped the Minneapolis Lak ers to win six professional basket ball championships in three dif ferent leagues. Coach Ixieffler re signed to become head coach at Texas A. and M„ after a career in which he brought LaSalle to na tional prominence as a basketball power. Want ads reach your best mar ket—th* sit-down shopper. Frog Legs, Fried Turtle and Fish on FRIDAYS /Yloftaiulf Grill FINE FOOD I 47 N. 4th St. Total 1845 1804 8. 604 615 631 Joe Zang W. Tints, Toledo J. Powell Jr., Toledo 584 Dick Reitter, 643 1780 537 600 Columbus 634 621 564 581 1778 1770 580 568 607 1769 614 548 Cleveland Rev. Fr. Ivan, Cleveland .... Mike Marino, 610 546 624 646 0------ Ashtabula---- Paul Zam, Toledo .— Jim Pollard Named Explorer Coach 620 Market St. 1768 565 600 603 1768 534 571 i LIQUOR BUYERS' GUIDE Homogenized Vitamin ZANESVILLE The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes 42 Putnam Ave. 810 Forest Ave. Phone 2-4551 Arthur A Bryan Kenneth O Bohn Wendell Swope information Terrace Appliance 2213-15 N. Maple Ave. Phone 2-4503 ZANESVILLE OHIO MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN CURRENT DIVIDEND 2H Each Saving* Account Insured to *10.000 Mutual Fedrra' Ruildme 14 Fifth Street Your Beauty is our Career' Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc. ANITA H. FLOOD (Main Fleer) THE CAMERA SHOP Everything Photographic' W. J. HECK CO General Contractors Zanesville ARTWIL 430 Main St Bohn & Kern Mfg & Supply Co Plumbing & Meeting Supplies S Third St Zanaovill* 60 Adams Bros. Inc. Excavating & Grading Ready Mixed Concrete Building Supplies O. 1501 Woodlawn Ave.. Zanesville, Phone 2-7566 Concrete Plant at Coshocton, Ohio Phone 992 W-2 BUILDING BLOCKS BK1KCKE1 E-DUNSTONB 0UNBR1CK-8TEPP1NG STONES ALL COLORS ZANESVILLE BRIKCRETE PHILO PHONE 4-437* TELEVISION Matuaon SU»« KocMei 630 Chaaeb Raxor-Sbarp &dge-u>Edge Foeu* Fmeat tn TV DISTRIBUTED BY L. A. EMMERT Sine- 1*12 14 fhtre St Phea* Mil Eanaevilie OMe MT. VERNON CLASSIFIED SECTION 20c pei Hn» TYPEWRITERS, addinr machines, check writers, new and used. Bargains. 1003 N. Mulberry St. CARRY OUT MYERb SUPPLY BEER & WINE STORE 116 W High Ph 23891 Round Hill Farm There Is A Difference in Milk Phon* 2-6152 Phone 2-7302 Radio Sarvieo Appltanea* Repaired ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. GEORGE SMITB 111 Galighet St. Zanesville. O_ Ph. S-733* Electrical Wiring Maintanane* Commereia1 Industrie' Reoidentia Johnston's Restaurant “Famous tor Chicken** Bu*iness Announcements Z-30 Appliances ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Drive to Duncan Fall* A Save W DEITRICK W* trade Ph 4-4385 Eve* 4-4409 Beverages WRIGHT VESS COLA BOTTLING CO Ul» W Mair PH S-2117 Cleaners end Dyers DUSENBERRY Seper-Zerir Cleaner* Patronize these reputable merchants who make possible a Mt. Vernon Sec tion in the Diocesan Catholic Press A Send Ads To JU P. U. Bos 636 Columbus I* O Milk For Home Delivery Phone 61921 Mt Vernon Ohio DELIVERY SERVICE SPEER’S MEKCHANI DELIVERY Phone 5297t 668 N Sandusky Mt Vernon O. HARDWARES THORP HD WE & ELEC CO Danville 59-B Danville Ohio SMORGASBORD San-Dar Dining Room BELLVILLE, OHIO Open 5 to 9 P. M. Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat. Sundays 12 Noon to 7 p. m. Reservations for 8 or more suggested Phone 2441 Bellville. Ohio Be Loyal To Our Advertisers Hadley’s Furniture and Appliances 28 East Gambier Street Across The Street From The A & Market LIVING ROOM SUITES Appliances Floor Coverings Fair Trade Goods Open Evenings HAGAN’S FURNITURE CO. DANVILLE, O. FREE DELIVERY—TERMS PHONE 13B Funeral Directors 1+ Coal *-a**2 (17 Underweed Pb JUDY'S Service and Restaurant Stat* and W. Main Sts. Frank A. Leone REALTOR PH. 3-1116 SI N. Sth St •*.g COAL HAULING Nut 22c Lump 30e Edwyne Hick* Phone 2-2833 ZANESVILLE Concrete CONCRETE work, garages, porches, step*, sidewalks. No job too small. W. E. Factor. Prompt Service. 2-2814 Drug Stores SHIRLEY’S PHARMACY TERRACE POINT 13*3 Dreeden Road *hone 2-4471 Fur Alterations FUR ALTERATION Fine Craftaman ihip in all alteration*. Genevieve Mom holder. 827 Elm. Dial 2-2233. Furnaces MAZAIR FURNACE CO Federal »ve Ph 2-11** Money To Loan AID BUDGET LOAN Automobile Household Good* Loan* 413 Market St. "Bill” Hart Dial 2-751*. Painting Painting Decorating R. L. FULKERSON and SONS Dial 3-7110 Since 1920 Hanifan Decorators, Inc. Domestic and Industrial Painters and Decorators 629 Park St. Zanesville Office Phone 2-5179 Ro*. Phone 2-96*1 Z-73c Television PLUMMER RADIO SERVICE TELEVISION laatallatian and Borvte* Radis Repair* 3*2 N 7tb Ph 3-34** COAL YARDS Z-76b RED ASH PEACOCK COAL Treated Stoker 81e Nut SOe Lump. Fumaer Lump, 32c. ZANF COAL CO PH. te276 Edward F. Warner Building Contractor 1150 Talley Av*. Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville Fer That Better Food. No Hard Beverages Sold. Mickey’s Restaurant East Pike Ph. 2-8862 Zanesville, O. BORDEN'S Gail Borden Milk PHONE 2-5451 Zanesville, Ohio WISEMAN DAIRY “Quality Products Since 1926” Phone 45R Crooksville, O.