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“Play Ball” Will Be
Given At 7:00 O’clock
Wednesday, Feb. 20
The dopesters including the alumni
at Dexter City, have it figured out
that there are three favorites this
year but no one can agree on the
same three. But the prospects for a
“hot” tourney are already in the
making and the championship can
belong to any one of the seven teams.
Wallace Blake, coach of the Forest
Grove five, is the manager. Drawing
by the coaches and superintendents
will be held Saturday morning, Feb
ruary 16, at the office of Supt. H.
C. Secrest, Caldwell. It is scheduled
for 10 o’clock.
Drawing For Noble County
Basketball Tournament To Be
Held At Caldwell, February 16
The referee’s shrill whistle and cry
of “play ball” will start Batesville,
Belle Valley, Sarahsville, Summer
field, Forest Grove, Dexter City and
tiarrietsville down the trail to an
other Noble county basketball tour
nament*on the evening of February
20, at seven o’clock in the Caldwell
gymnasium.
Blake announced today that three
games would be played on Wednes
day evening, three on Thursday, two
on Friday and the consolation and
championship game on Saturday
evening. The opening game will be
gin at 7 o’clock.
An admission of fifty cents will
be charged, including eight cents
federal tax.
Coaches of the various teams in
the county include: Blake at
Grove,
Richard Dougla:
Collier, Dexter City,
Harrietsville, Ward Bishop,
field and Hobart Bond, Sarahsville.
Forest
Valley,
Robert
Ayers,
H. S. Colley, Belle
Batesville,
H. W
Summer-
Batesville will be the defending
champions, eliminating Belle Valley
in the finals last year. Whether the
Beaver township boys can repeat
their performance is a matter of
conjecture but the other teams say
nothing doing and it all adds up to a
good tournament.
Fans over in the Beaver township
community are positive their boys
can repeat and they are already
making plans to attend almost 100
per cent.
The fever is rapidly spreading to
other parts of the county and every
session should see a jammed crowd
in the Caldwell gym.
The Caldwell Redskins do not par
ticipate
will go
week.
in the county play-off but
to Marietta the following
SHORTS
by !x»ng
1936-37
ALTON “JAKI
Caldwell’s baskel
with his first
games and losii
their first tourn.
erly 26-17. Scoi
Dexter City ...
Glouster
New Concord ..
Belle Valley
Crooksville ....
Caldwell Zephyr
Beverly
am winr
ment game to Bev
es were as follows:
McConnelsville ..
Woodsfield
Dexter City
Pleasant City ...
Nev. Concord
Byesville
Lore City
Bede Valley ....
New Ixixington
Glouster
McConnelsville ..
Crooksville
Sectional Tourney
Beverly
Totals
STANLEY MAZGAY was team cap
tain, the leading scorer for the sea
son, and also high in one game with
23 points against Woodsfield. Rec
ords are obtainable for only half of
the box scores this year but these
show the following results in
ing:
Stanley Mazgay
Bill Johnson
Lloyd Smith
Bob Ball
Gena Tilton
Paul Longfellow ...
Leo Mazgay
Leslie Stottsberry
Charles Moore
Dick Murrey
two over-times, Fo
Mt. Ephraim 46-8,
ftated Sarahsville
was forced into th
GAMES THIS WEEK
Friday, February 8
Caldwell at McConnelsville.
P’hilo at St. Thomas.
New Concord at New Lexington.
Glouster at Roseville.
Tuesday, February 12
Belle Valley at Caldwell.
COUNTY GAMES
Friday, February 8
I^ewisville at Batesville.
Belle Valley at Forest Grove.
Sarahsville at Summerfield.
Harriettsville at Lower Salem.
Saturday, February 9
Batesville at Dexter City.
Tuesday, February 12
Batesville at Somerton.
Dexter City at Sarahsville.
squeezed by Summerfield 27-26. In
the finals Belle Valley won easily
62-17.
SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT play
saw Belle Valley survive for the
third consecutive year topping New
port in the finals 25-15. Scores were:
Beverly 26, Caldwell 17 Belpre 39,
Woodsfield 37 Graysville 44, Bates
ville 19 Belle Valley 24, Beverly 11
Newport 24, Belpre 22 Belle Valley
27, Graysville 10 Belle Valley 25,
New’port 15.
DISTRICT TOURNAMENT compe
tition proved too much for the Pur
ple Riders and they lost to Amster
dam 21-16.
IN FOOTBALL, Caldwell won three,
lost four and tied one. Bob Bali was
captain of the team with
scores as follows:
Woodsfield ...
Zanesville ....
New Lexington
New Concord
Crooksville ..
Glouster
Barnesville ...
McConnelsville
Totals
FOOTBALL
thing like
w
25
41
47
40
RH
Second Team—
30
43
QB
17
560
All
RG-
Warren Jackson, RE—
QB—Stanley Mazgay,
Tilton, LH—Harry
Yontz, RT—
Bob Paxton,
RH— Gene
Haines, FB—
were John
His longest run was
touchdown. Scoring
Stanley Mazgay
Bill Johnson
14
17
Whitaker,
Marietta
Blake,
y, John Tipton
Dick I
Murrey
60
8
4
COUNTY TOURNAMENT results
showed Belle Valley, seeded to the
finals, knocking out Batesville 62-17
with other scores as follows: Bates-
»ft Grove topped
Summerfield de
6-14. Batesville
?e over-times to
edge out Harriettsville 26-25, Sum
merfield blasted Forest Grove 36-21,
and in the semi-finals Batesville
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Instantly relief from distress of
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ment you put a little Va-tro-nol up
each nostril. It soothes irritation,
reduces swelling, relieves conges
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Follow directions in folder. WKKS
larriettsville Looks
To Championship
Harriettsville defeated Belle
ley, Friday evening, 29-26 and
are already pointing to the Noble
county championship for their boys
this month. In the reserve game, the
Elk seconds nosed out Belle Valley
14-13.
Hclhrlx-21
Martin*
Ayers
Bush
Parks ...
Ayers ...
0
20
7
12
7
0
13
6
22
Totals
14
14
Harriettsville—29
Vanfossen
Luke
Singer
Baker ..................
Tewanger
73
6
66
was some
Bill Johnson,
LG
LINEUP
this: LE—
Longfellow,
-Bob Ball,
-Ersel
Harry
Totals
Christopher, Charles
Moore, Fred Wheeler, Carl Davis,
and Dave Foster.
MAZGAY was the lead
in football, making all of
0
0
Belle Valley—26
Sklenar
Johnson
Thomas
Mish lan
Totals
TEAM
composed of the following:
Darling, Glouster.
Ferguson, New Lexington.
LE
24
R. Aitken, New Concord.
•unkle, McConnelsville.
RE
Miller, New Lexington.
Baldwin, McConnelsville.
H. Aitken, New Concord.
McAllister, Glouster.
Magazine
being 193.5
de
on
SHORTS—Caldwell All Stars
feated Waterloo Wonders here
y the score of 41-34.
.Jake Ball, Caldwell
McConnelsville Fen
Burt, Pleasant City
renz, Charles
and Thurman
Dick Blake
team at
Stanley
leading
Pip Du
I Stu
made freshman basketball
Dennison University
Mazgay was the season’s
scorer in the county with
richko of Belle Valley secon
Holcomb of Muskingum College was
the speaker at the annual athletic
banquet Leo Mazgay, a fresh
man, played in parts of six basket
ball games in one week, two
Tuesday, two on Thursday, and two
on Friday Belle Valley
their tenth
merit since
“R 1 FR ESH EKS” OFFERED
COUMBUS—Ohio State Univer
sity’s College of Law is now offering
a series of ‘‘refresher courses”, with
out charge, for lawyers returned
from military service who want to
“brush up” in preparation for a res
umption of civilian practice. The ser
ies in various subjects continues un
til May 9, with two days to a week
devoted to each subject.
Special
Double-Duty Nose Drops
Works Fast Right Where
Trouble 1st
VJV1RO*NQL
Val
fans
Coach Ayers added another vic
tory to his string Tuesday, when his
team defeated Bethel, 45-21.
reserves also won this
holding Bethel to a single foul
in the entire four quarters, to
some sort of a freak record.
Harriettsville—45
Vanfossen
Smithberger ....
Luke
Singer
Baker
Schafer
Tewanger
0
0
Library Notes
The li brary
donation rom
and her son, IFrank
Dexter ?ity ret
consisted of ov
all in 0(1
jne
foil
0
1
0
FOOTBALI
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL. OHIO
NOTRE DAME STARS NOW COACHES Four former Notre Dame
football stars who will coach in the San Francisco bay region next
season. Left to right Jimmy Phelan, St. Mary’s mentor Marchie
Schwartz, Stanford’s head man Larry “Moon” Mullins, new Santa
Clara’s head coach and Maurice “Clipper” Smith, who will assume
the V. S. F. football reins.
The
game, 31-1,
shot
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
4
10
15
8
2
4
2
7
4
2
1
22
Totals ............
1
4
1
4
1
0
11
4
ntly
one
1938,
of trustees and the librarian wish to
thank the Hutcheson family for their
excellent donation.
Other donations during recent
weeks include magazines given by
Mrs. Nelle Startzman and Mrs. Lew
Miller. A book, “The Haunted At
tic” by Sutton was given by Mary
Louise Ditch.
Library hours
Monday through
6:30 to 8:00 on
the welfare
University
cooperating
research.
of
on
won
straight county tourna
Caldwell withdrew from
AAA NEWS
FOR
NOBLE COUNTY
February 15, 1946, is the closing
date for farmers to report their 1945
conservation practices and sign their
1945 farm plans. Any farmer who
does not make this report before the
closing date will not be eligible to
receive a 1945 farm payment and
will be indebted for any conserva
tion materials received through this
office in 1945.
The Noble county AAA has three
cars of fertilizer that is now avail
able to farmers participating in the
1946 AAA program. Any one want
ing fertilizer now should call at the
AAA office and sign
fertilizer is available
delivery.
AAA
Cr
2
4
attended
fice last
0
4
10
7
0
0
1
0
0
o
o
9
4
Mrs. Florence Derry of Barnes
ville was elected vice president
for the coming year Mrs. Viola
Gertler, Beallsville, secretary,
and Mrs. Emily King, Summer
field, treasurer.
Approximately 300 attended the
meeting, at which Mrs. Edith
Jayton, grand worthy
sided. The morning
opened by
matron
received an excellent
Mrs. Ida Hutcheson
Hutcheson, of
of
lunch
was
The donation
trict
sion in
The
he held
n, and most of
present readers,
atiop were nine
and 32 other
inch well known
COT
to
them of in terest
Included in the
books by• Zane
western novels
authors as Curwood, Mann, Bind
loss, Seltzer, Raine, Tuttle, and
Brand. There were approximately 60
books of fiction and 20 books on
agriculture and other academic sub
jects. In addition to the
in size
books, nine
Geographic
the years
1939, 1940,
dried
Uni­
nology has won the official comm
endation of the Army Quartermast
ers Corps as a vital contribution to
the armed forces.
psychologists have been
on taste factors, in the
•oduction
ictions of
ace the most pheasants, wi
ased or purchased by the Ohio
ion of Conservation as a pa
ommisioner H. A. Rider’s pl
ve pheasant hunting in
as quickly as possible.
like the rabbit farms, w
1 against ground prec
everything necessary to
and
are from 10 to 4:30
Saturday and from
Saturday evenings.
RESEARCH COMMENDED
COLUMBUS—Research on
milk conducted by Ohio State
be developed, including nesting areas,
food patches and protective cover.
The pheasants will be trapped from
the areas and distributed to hunting
areas open to the public on surround
ing farms.
The pheasant production farms
will be designed to supply birds by
natural propagation with the hens
laying their eggs and rearing their
young unmolested and protected from
all the hazards which take such a
heavy toll of the birds under normal
circumstances.
New shipment of all White and
Black Kid Gloves. GRAY’S.
GIFTS DIVINE
For YOUR VALENTINE!
wear—that’s the gift for
Any gift will win her
Something smart to
modern Valentines’
heart—add to her beauty—at a nominal cost.
The Fashion Shop
Caldwell, Ohio
Caldwell—44
Weekley ..............
an order. The
for immediate
committeemen
the county of-
community
meetings at
week to receive instructons
on contacting farmers for the
AAA program.
Quaker Citv Lady
To Head O. E. S.
1’
2
0
1
10
4
0
2
1
29
1946
Mrs. Hazel McBurney of Quaker
City was elected president of Dis
trict 15, Order of Eastern Star, at
the 22nd annual meeting held
Wedne day in the Masonic hall at
Barnesville. She succeeds
Thelma Rice of Caldwell.
Caldwell
Crooksville
Following
Cambridge
ritualistic work
by the Barn es
ans were made
e given by Dis-
?on at noon,
exem plified
chapter.
party, to I
15, at the grand
Cleveland,
next district
in Bridgeport.
PHEASANT PRODUCTION
PROPOSED
aceumnlnlrd in
Thea see for
yaorarlf bow
mnch better y
Cm
will
SOON
production farms,
and purpose to
farms, but locate
Caldwell Redskins Defeated In
Rough Game At Crooksville 64-44
In a rough, and tumble game at
Crooksville last Friday night, the
Redskins went down in defeat 64-44
for their fourth league setback
against three wins. Twenty-four per
sonals were called on the Ceramics
sending three of their players to the
showers in the closing minutes, while
14 were called against Caldwell with
Weekley leaving by this route. Only
one technical was called, this against
the Caldwell scorekeepers.
Crooksville held the
throughout
three point
ten points
points to
Spencer, a
points for the Ceramics while King
was tops for Caldwell with 21.
held the initiative
the game, enjoying a
lead at the first quarter,
at the half, and twenty
enter the final period.
Junior, dropped in 18
In the preliminary, the Caldwell
reserves were defeated 40-32.
VARSITY GAME
Totals ........... .. 28 8-20 61
Caldwell .............. 8 19 30 44
Crooksville .......... 11 29 50 64
RESERVE GAME
Caldwell—32
Robinson
Potts
Zimmerman ..
Murrey
Frederickson
Whigville
1-2 9
Brown .................. ... 2 5-9 9
King ...................... 7-12 21
Richcreek (c) ... 0 1-1 1
Ferguson ............ ... 0 0-1 0
Murrey ................ ... 1 1-5 3
R. Tilton ............ ... 0 1-1 1
... 0 0-0 0
C. Tilton ............ ... 0 0-0 0
Totals ............ .. 14 16-31 44
Crooksville—64
Freriks (c) ........ ... 6 1-3 13
Brown .................. 4 0-0 8
I). Wilson ............ ... 3 4-9 10
R. Hull ................ ... 3 1-2 7
Spencer ................ ... 9 0-0 18
B. Hull ................ ... 3 0-0 6
Gibbs .................... .. 0 2-6 2
0
1
0
5
0
6
1
3
4
2
8
1
21
2
32
13
Totals
Crooksville—40
Boring
Brown
Gibbs
Burley
Morrison
Roush
Totals
0
1
6
0
1
2
0
9
3
24
6
0
Mi 10 40
15
24
35
Officials—Erven and Austin.
Give It A CHANGE
To Helu feei BETTER
Yen ra» help your bowel*
properly by making it a habit
ylahnea* ecusM headache
r*ry minor Intestinal di
TOMON Nos.
32
40
19
U1 feel. CantlMM
only directed. Sold By
Ralston Drug Store
winter
Whigville, Feb. 6 The monthly
meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be
held in the town hall Friday evening,
Feb. 8. with Bett
Berry and Jolene Guiler i
A pot luck supper will
Wickham. Myra
charge,
•ved
Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Sunday with Mr. and
Glasgow of Antrim.
Gulick
Mrs.
Mrs. Maggie Cooper
bert, of Sarahsville spent
afterrfoon with Mr. and Mr
Carter.
son
Sunday
s. H. D.
Glen Archer spent Sunday
his mother, Mrs. C. M. Aicher.
Mrs. John Gulick, Mr. and
William Gulick and Mrs. Helen
son and daughter, Marilyn, were at
Caldwell, Saturday.
Mrs.
Wat-
H. R. Floyd is visiting his broth
er, W. S. Floyd, and family, Zanes
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hesson, Mrs.
John Hesson of Elba spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cleary.
Eagon of Batesville was
Mr. and Mrs. Gould Ward,
William
calling on
Friday.
Several
sale of Myron Groves
Thursday.
from here
the
attended
of Mud
Run,
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bates, son of
Harley Bates, has been given his
discharge from the navy and is vis-
Ohio Associated Telephone Company
Thursday, February 7, 1946
MAY BE PRESIDENT Dr.
Jose P. Tamborini. leader of the
radical party and probable candi
date tor the presidency of Argen
tina of the democratic union, coali
tion of four Argentina political par
ties.
iting at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Guiler were
at Senecaville, Friday night.
LOOK! LOOK!
John Jones spent Friday evening
Several from here attended the
basketbal game at Batesville, Fri
day night.
Wf have a bank of Master Frozen Food Conservertors on our
floor for your inspection. See them today! And make reservation
while you may.
Come and get it- -on FRIDAY—that good HOME MADE ICE
CREAM—Whole Milk—in Pints, Quarts, or Gallons—also Coffee
and hipping ream—in Half Pints, Pints or Quarts. We have
new hotties.
your CIGARETTES here—$1.50 Carton. Other Tobaccos at
ir prices. Good Candy Peanut Brittle, Chocolate Drops, 5c
and Cough Drops.
i’e have prepared Donut Mix—just add water or milk—
Donuts.
S. J. KING
At Bridge South of Caldwell, Ohio
The modem farmer knows his
telephone is especially valuable to
him in winter. It can spare him hours
of dangerous, slow driving to town
over icy roads. It saves him time,
leaving him free to attend to indoor
work which seems to have piled up
from summer gives him time
to plan for spring planting. We aim
as quickly as possible to make the
year ’round benefits of telephone
service available to all now
waiting for it.
were
Mr. and Mrs. Sato
in Caldwell, Saturday
Irene Bates spent Friday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Viigil Watson.

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