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8—THE CATHOIC TIMES
Friday, April 20, 1956 How can you fail to make the kale'r Get money in scads by using want ads. Hanna Dealer in Your Commu nity gAlWA PAINT MFG. COMPANY 11313 Windsor Avg. COLUMBUS AX. 4 3361 707 Adait Ave. 60 So. Sth St. Comanches Win St. Agatha Title AMBULANCE SERVICE Information Z-9 Southeastern Ohio's Most Beautiful Mortuary 935 Forest Avenue Dial GL. 2-5757 LIDO WINE STORE Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc ANITA FLOOD (Main Fleer) 47 N. 4th St. Phono 3*6152 THE CAMERA SHOP Everything Photographic' 820 Market St. Phone 2-7302 To BUY or SELL Your Home DON HUNTER REALTY Office, Corner of Blue and Adair Phone 3-8272, 3-4708 GEORGE F. THRESS GROC ERIES MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES 1519 Sharon Open Evenings 'til 9 p.m. Phone 2-0323 TRAIN for an office position. Fall term Sept. 6. Register now Meredith College 55W N 5th St. Dial 3-8l3( Radio Service Appliances Repaired ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Bohn & Kern Mfg A Supply Co. Plumbing A Meeting Supplies L0 S Fkird «t Soae^rtU. W. J. HECK CO. General Contractors Zanesville AMANA “store-mor" Freeser Refrigerator L. A. EMMERT Stnco 1912 GL 3-6015 54 South Third St., Zanesville, Ohie WISEMAN DAIRY ‘Quality Products Since 1926’ Phon* 45R rooks villa, O. Koolvent Awnings 7th and Elm St Zanesville, Ohio St. The Comanches won the Agatha Bowling League title as the loop completed its second season recently. The winning squad, composed of Anne Hoyt, LaRayne Boes, Ann Vaughan. Sue Finneran and Delores Sweeney, held the lead throughout most of the season to nose out the sec ond place Mohawks. Rose Fabyan took high single honors for the seasen with a 240 game while Toni Lockridge cop ped series laurels with a 536 set. Other teams and their order of finish were: Incas, Cherokees, Seminoles, Sioux, Apaches, Crees, Shawnees and Navajos. The league’s annual banquet w’ill be held Tuesday, April 24, at the Everglades restaurant in Columbus. See JAN ROSS’ For The Finest In Cadillac and Oldsmobile rar buys JAN ROSS MOTOR COMPANY, INC. “10 Years On Broad SI.’’ 424 E. Broad St. CA. 8-1951 ZANESVILLE Funoral Director* The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes 42 Putnam Ava. 810 Forost Av*. Phone 2 4551 Arthur A Bryan Kenneth O. Bolin Wendell bwupe BYERS FUNERAL HOME Williams Bakery 626 GEORGE F. SMITH 111 Gallagher St. Zanesville Ph. 8 7336 Electrical Wiring Maintenance Commercial Industrial Residential Market St. Dial 2-1076 Busmen Announcement* 1-30 Appliance* ELECTRIC APPLIANCES W 8 DEITRICK W» trad. Ph 4.4SSB r-«« WRIGHT VMS COLA BOTTLING CO CHE YOUNG INS. AGENO Inc. Auto Piro Liability Accident Life Extended Coverage Bonds Dial 3-7015 Masonic Temple .1-7015 Nights, Sun. and Holidays 3-6842 Zanes.ill. Ohie K E Y S A E Insurance Agency, Inc. Complete insurance Service “SERVICE FIRST’’ 310 First Nationel Bank Bldg William N. Keysaer GL. 3-9309 Edward F. Warner Building Contractor 1150 Talley Ave Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville DR. D. C. ENGLAND OPTOMETRIST New Ground Floor Offices 21 South Sixth St. DIAL GL. 2-4328 lit Cladervwd GL 2-1215 FUNERAL HOME Inc. J. Jacolenne, Mgr. Zanesville and Coshacton Ohio Your Beauty is our Career" Fire Auto Trucks Phone GL 2-7793 Lawa Mowers—Sharpened Hand and Power Mowers machine sharpened and repaired. Pick up and delivery. Call after 4 P. M. Phone GL. 33593. MULLENIX, 714 Luck Ave., Zanesville. Money To Loan AID BUDGET LOAN Automobile. Household Goods Loans 412 Market S. “Bill’’ Hart. Dial 2-7516 Hanifan Decorators, Inc. Domestic a fid Industrial Painters and Decorators 829 Park St Zanesville Offiee Phon* JUTS Rm. Phen* 2-SSI1 Service Station TERRACE POINT SERVICE STATION •j- Frank Talley Operator Dial GL. 34*11 Television Z-73c FLUWMBR RADIO OMIWCJB Tin.RvteioM ImMIlatie* aod Rervtee ■eow eed Aute Radi. Raemiea 9* Pk 1-S44I The firms listed here deserve to remembered when you are distributing your patronage in these different lines of business. Sims Insurance Agency Auto Fire Hospitalization 314 Lind Arcade Dial GL. 3-9544 BOB MILLER & SON Your DeSoto-Plymouth Dealer 647 Putnam Avo. GL. 2-3663 Zaneavil* •W w-w V M- w W wxr-v w JIM CHARLES' ZANESVILLE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE “We Sell the Best and Service the Rest!” ROYAL Typewriters OLIVETTI Calculators 414 Market St. Ph: GL. 3-34I9 4666a»**oa*ooaoM BORDEN'S i Gail Borden Milk PHONE 2-5451 Zanesville, Ohio •••••EEEEEEEEEw Adams Bros. Inc. Ezaasating A Grading Ready Mixed Concrete Building Supplies 1541 Weodlawn A»a.. Zaneevilla. O Phone 1-7SSI Concrete Plant at Coe hoe ton Ohio Phone 992 W-? JUDYS Service and Restaurant State and W. Mam St*. Phone GL. 2 0169 BROUGHTON NURSING HOME "The Home of Comfort” Special Diet Foods Fine Home Cooking Semi and Private Rooms Pleasant Porch and Grounds Reaosnablo Ratal St. Charles, Rams in Diamond Action Friday Bill Makes Team Here Too 3,200 teenagers were on hand to give an ovation to Bill Russell, All-American basketball player of the University of San Fran cisco, as he received the Federation of Catholic Schools' Youth Award from Henry Klaren, of St. Elizabeth's High School Oak land. Calif. Russell's brief appearance climaxed a day of speeches and discussions about literature and what to do about indecent reading. (NC Photos) Cleaners and Dyers DUSENBERRY Drug Store* SWIRLKT’S PHARMACT TBRRACB POINT i9 Qreedae Reed_______ »ho». 1-S471 ______ INSURANCE^_________ FINAN INSURANCE AGENCY EIRS1 IRIS! HMM PH 2.S245 HOCKING INSURANCE AGENCY INC R.N. UNDER SUPERVISION OF Visit Our Healthful Surroundings or Call 2-3317 4 HOUR NURSING CARN Two San Francisco Cagers Top All-Jesuit Hoop Squad ST. LOUIS—All Americans Bill Russell and his teammate K. C. Jones of the San Francisco Dons, topped th-e All-Jesuit basketball team, announced recently by the St. Louis University News. With the 6 10 Russell and 6 2 Jones on the first team were All American Tom Heinsohn of Holy Cross, Jim McLaughlin of St. Ixiuis and Dave Piontek of Xavier, O. Russell and only repeaters team. Heinsohn are the from last year’s Wool pert of the Coach Phil Dons, the number one team in the Associated Press poll all sea son and with a perfect 25-0 record for the regular season, was an overwhelming choice as Coach of the Year. Woolpert, whose Dons have won 55 straight, drew twice as many votes as all the other Jesuit coaches nominated. The second team listed Terry atm Painting MANAGER OP THE COLUMBUS JETS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BRICK—STONE—CEMENT Work of All Kinds. Large or Small Jobs. AM. 3-8385. Circleville BUYERS' GUIDE PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and D^ain service. Phone Circleville 455 GOELLER'S PAINT STORE Circleville 219 E. Main '(Circlevilla Fait Freeze'' Food Locker p. a. gsufftn *161 Edison Ave., Circleville, 0.' THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK 107 W. Main St. Phono 62 Aquinas Wins Fourth In Row To Tie for Ci Columbus St. Charles and St. Mary, rained out of their sched uled Metro league game Monday, swing into action again today with the Carolians meeting Columbus Academy at St. Charles and the Rams going against Columbus Holy Family at Sunshine Park. Both are League games. Columbus Aquinas, which re corded its fourth straight win last week, was scheduled to meet Co umbus North on the Terrier dia mond last Tuesday and then is idle until next Tuesday when Aquinas meets Columbus West on the Cowboy field. Aquinas, as of last woek and stood 2-0 in City League war fare and a pair of wins over North and West would give a nice cushion on cuit. ♦op of tho cir- moundsman Al up his first no- St. Mary's ace Buccilla marked hitter of the baseball season last week when the fireballing right hander .turned back Bishop Wat terson, 14-0. Buccilla struck out 17 Eagles to record his second straight win of the campaign. The win. along with Columbus Acad emy's loss to Holy Family, moved the Rams into first place in the Metro loop. Rand of Marquette. John McCar thy of Canisius, Jimmy Booth of Xavier, O., Grady Smith of St. Louis, and Bill Ebben of Detroit. Six were named to the third team because of the closeness of the voting: Joe Liebier, Holy Cross Hal Perry, San Francisco Cal Bauer, Seattle Jim Cunning ham, Fordham: Bill Dooley, St. Peter (N. J.) and Bob Gibson, Creighton. With 27 reams Twenty-seven teams of grade school boys opened the 30th an nual city CYO baseball league season last week. Four loops are operating with teams playing one game each week. The schedule NICK HAS AN EXCELLENT RECORD AS A MANAGER 7 *'CK MA**&t* vCARS VrfORLD IN IM*,WITH COLUMBUS, ANO 1*4(7, WITH MlLWAU KmE CULLOP WAB VOTED MINOR LEAGUE MANAGER OF THE YEA AT Mick __ rct'|°i’jBi NOW TO GET THAT HONOR NICK MAS THC ABILITY TO •RING OUT THE *M*T IN HIS MSN AND TO GST THEM TO HUSTLE ALL TK TIMS CWITM CULLOP YOU HAVK TO MOVC WKS A dST 7 WASHINGTON ___ A. DC SOO Air-Cooled Rooms aleiqh H«adguart«n for tourist* and bu»to»M people Raleigh Room renowned for fin* cuisine .. Pall Mall Roam for Banquet* Special Courtotto* to Honeymooner*. JOSEPH MASSAGHA. Jt„ President JOHN F. SCHIOTTERBSCK, Manager Othtr MASSAGUA Hot'lt---------, Hotel BOND HARTFORD Connecticut Hofei SINTON CINCINNATI Ohio Hotel SHERWYN PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania Hotel MIRAMAR & bungalows SANTA MONICA Col-t Hotel SENATOR SACRAMENTO Cal Hotel WILTON LONG BEACH Colif GALLUP, N Hotel FRANCISCAN ALBUQUERQUE N Hotel PARK LANE DENVER COLORADO and HAWAII Hotel WAIKIKI BILTMORE WAIKIKI BEACH HONOLULU World-famed hotels-— Teletype service—Family Hqa y Loop Lead Al Buccilla The Holy Family win was ac complished when relief hurler Dan Crawford shut off an Acad emy rally in the fifth inning to wrap up the triumph. The Cru saders took the 2-1 victory on a fourth inning squeeze play as John Rinehart rode home on Tom Cullen's successful bunt. annually diamond game in 8-2 deci- Zanesville Rosecrans, one of the diocese's top powers, lost its second a row by dropping at sion to South Zanesville's strong club. It was the Panthers’ fourth win in five starts this season. Basketbailer Jim Wiezbiski held the Bishops to four hits while his mates were getting eight hits and stealing eight bases. for next wreek is as follows: o----------- CYO Baseball Annunciation League Christ the King vs. Holy Spirit—Christ the King. April 21. Holy Rosary vs. St. Catharine St. Catharine, April 21. St. Thomas vs. St. Vincent—Wolfe, April 21. Our Lady of Peace, Bye. Assumption St. Ladislaus vs. St. Leo—Southview, April 17. St. John the Evan. vs. St. Mary—St. John’s, April 17. Corpus Christi vs. St. DRminic -St. John's, April 18. Presentation St. Michael vs Immaculate Concep tion Como, April 19. Holy Name vs. St. Peter Tuttle. April 19. St Augustine vs. St. Gabriel. April 19. WHERE SAVE Machinery Phone 81 Cardington O ROOFING and SPOUTING r- Roof Coating C. Wilaon Rfaine _______ Dial 2-7823 For Your Next Salt Cal) JOHN PFARR JR. Auctioneer iiehwood. Ohio Phone 2411 BANKING SERVICE Complete Banking Service Tho Campbell National Bank Phone 77, LaRue Ohio Member Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. Dry Cleaner* HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS 288 E Church St. Marion 2 1627 Furniture Store* GROLL'S—WALDO Authorized Dealers JAMESTOWN ROYAL Living Room Furniture “Th* Best Made Line in America’’ Open Tuna Thnrs., Sat Eves. TUI LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service CODY HARTMAN Owner 30 yeara experience. Free estimates. 641 Oak St. Dial 2-7472. evenings i MOVING—STORAGE PACKING MARION CAR 1 AGE Local and coast-to-coast moving Low independent rates. Agent Stevens Van Lines. 893 Wilson Ave Dial 2-2747._____________ WRIGHT Transfer A Storage Co. AGENT ALLIED VAN UNB* 126 Oak St_________ Dial 2-2537 Westinghouse TV You can be sure IF ITS WESTINGHOUSE BON NEFF. INC. Harding Highway East Dial 2-6660 Rosecrans Books Sport Banquet To Fete Athletes Linden, Sacred Heart Bye Visitation St. Mary Magdalene vs. Holy April 18 Family, Christo- Our Lady of Victory vs. St. pher, Gowdy, April 18 St. Agatha vs. St. Aloysius, St. Aga tha, April 18. St. Francis. Bye. THOUSANDS MILLIONS Currant Earnings From Oct. 1st INSURED TO $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 66 South Third Stroat CLASSIFIED SECTION COMPLETE DRIVING COURSE We pick vou up at your home and 5 take you back IVe will also help vou obtain your driving license and fur nisb our cr for vour driving test at ’no extra charge. Easy Method Driving School 1 hut 2-0212: rt•tti ZANESVILLE The annual Rosecrans high school Athletic banquet will be held April 23 in the basement of the school, it was announced this week by War ren Pugh, president of the Bish op Athletic Association. The yearly affair, which is held to honor athletes in three sports, will be Mc'd by Dick Keys, sports director for WHIZ radio and television. Abe Gibron, Cleveland Browns guard, will be guest speaker. Due to seating restrictions, tickets will be limited to 300. Bishop coaches Dick Mattingly and Gene Rice will make varsity football, basketball and baseball awards. The school’s cheerlead ers will also be honored. -----------------o----------------- Want ads save time and money ATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSMANCf COMPANY homi orrict cotumvs ohk B. E. (Buzz) DAUB HOLY SPIRIT EX. 1670 DO. 3676 MARION ik« b-3032 Massey-Harris Ferguson Gehl Forage Choppers Sales and Service Also Farm Feeds L. S. Russell Farm RITZ BAR & GRILL You can get the best ghetti. Ravioli, Italian Steaks and Chicken MADE PASTRIES. Tho Diamond Store of Marion MAY'S DIAMONDS WATCHES Manon’s Oldest Jewelers Phonos 2-0118 2-2605 MALO BROS. & SONS Manati Ohie MARION Linceln-MsrciiryCs.lnc Robert MeMahoe Ph 2-3195 2-3189 “Good Qualify Used Cars' S1 S Mela 8t SHOP AND SAVM Pies Furniture For The Boms A. AXE and SON FUNBBAL DIKBCTOB* LINDEN LANES 16 MODERN LANES Air Conditioned. Open Daily 9 A M. We Welcome Summer Bowling 3175 Cleveland AM. 3-9991 Grave Markers $45.00 Guaranteed granite includes let tering, delivery foundation erec tion in cemeltrv Full line of granitf or marble DARDEN MEMORIALS markers and monuments 291 N Hague Ave iR 4-0688 CIGARETTE MJ BUILDERS—AM8-8972 Owner—Paul J. Priestas MEMBER ST. JAMES THE LESS THE HERMAN FALTER PACKING CO PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this section as a guide when buying. PET SHOP Beautiful Baby Parakeets KAYLEE PET SHOP S Prospect St Dial 2-0596 PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Howard & Vernon Baker Plumbing & Heating Pump Work A Specialty i Oak St. Dial 2-8904 137 Italian Spa Pizza Good and ROME Jo IruJr (If ennons AMOULANC* SBBV1CB VENDING MACHINES Accounts Accepted Within 30 Mile Radius 4 CIGARETTE SERVICE, INC 1259 N. High AX. 9-7257 OR CALL AX. 1-4697 Today's New GAM Now Browed With Hallertau Hops TASTEFULLY YOURS AUGUST WAGNER BREWERIES, INC, Concrete Block Garages Our Specialty! All garages have good, substantial footers. 4 inch concrete floors, round-comer blocks, 2x6 rafters. No. 2 sheathing. Grade-A sid 1 n 210-lb roofing matching house and steel casement w dows. NO DOWN PAYMENT—36 MONTHS TO PAY We obtain your building permit For best price call anv time COLUMBUS, OHIO SHOPPERS GUIDE ELECTRIC ROTO-ROOTER Sew er and Drain Service. 592 E. George St. Marion 2-2726 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A Religious Gift ‘s Truly Appreciated Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silvei St., Marion. Ohio SHOES Smart & Waddell FINE FOOTWEAR for 50 years E. Center 118 S. Main TELEVISION REPAIR Paulus T.V. Antenna Service Installations Repairs BOB PAULUS 437 Oak St. Phon* 2-4691 Television Antennas ■CONALD W. ARNDT 259 Walnut Hiqi Z-R4S0 eueotoge Tito Bath Room. Til* Work of All Kinds Call or Writ* for Freo Estimate H. K AND STONER FINDLAY MANTEL and TILE CO. 116 W. Front St. Findlay. O Phono 4470 Tnt firms listed here deservo to remembered when you are distributing your patronage in these different Lines of business. NOBLET CAFETERIA 198 East Center Street Marion Ohio Diamond Cantor Of Marion LORDS JEWELEiS 114 S Main St. MANUAL THERAPISTS DEWEY E. DIXON DIAL 3-3529 431 *. Prospect St. Merton, O.