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HORT BY L. L. LONG STANLEY MAZGAY, who is with the Evansville Braves of the Three “I” league, is currently batting .409, havidg hit safely in his first six games. He went hitless in the sev enth game but still ranks second on the team and seventh in the league. Evansville is in second place in the standings with five wins jind two losses, a half game out of first place. Stan, who plays left field third in the lineup, drove secutive balls over the left in the opening game but foul by a foot. The Braves have a couple of other suggers in lead-off man Len Novak, and second hitter Frank McElyea, who led the Kitty league in batting before entering the service. Cost is extremely low Service is quick Work guaranteed Estimates furnished five con field wall all were THE COMMUNITY livestock bam located in Florence Addition is rap idly being completed and should be ready for use before long. fit UstRVict -A Keepyour precious Hoovei Cleaner going strong with genuine Hoover Service We are the authorized Hoover Service headquarters equipped with special tools and genuine Hoovei replace ment parts, expert service Brady’s Radio Shop Phone 11 Caldwell. Ohio and repairing his plumbing shop to meet the post-war demands of the community. Using inlaid linoleum to cover the floor, and with Hill’s store doing the work, he had a beautiful fish pond designed for the center of the room, complete with stones, lilies, lily pads, etc. Drop in and see it for yourself. (Into the shop, that is, not the pond.) THE MUSIC RECITAL sponsored by the Ursuline Sisters last Sunday afternoon was well received by an enthusiastic audience. The perform ance of these young students very commendable, especially work of Jimmy McGregor who ap peared on the program as a guest. BARNESVILLE Fish & Game club held a fish supper at their house on Seneca Lake last Thursday with the following from Caldwell and vicinity attending: Ray Elswick, Dick Hanes, Charles Rogers, ter Smith, R. W. Parks, J. E. las, George Atkinson, Kyle Earl Day, and Harry Weaver. MUSKINGUM VALLEY trials were held at Cutler near Zanesville, on Sunday, with sever 15-inch cla local winners From a field place went to by Joe Matheny, sec e, owned was won Nifty, owned nd place to Dark Hill Dr y Big Deal owned by Jack Oliver. CALDWELL BAND was honored at the Legion rally in Zanesville last Wednesday evening when they were selected from the dozen bands pres ent to head the parade. The “waltz ing band” performed some of their dance steps in front of the municipal auditorium where approximately 500 veterans of World War sworn into the American masse. THE BAND also helped the bond issue for the truck by staging a parad Caldwell on the election, know, carried by majority. carried business, everyone JONAH EVILSIZER has two of his hobbies into his which are bound to please once they see them. Fishing and flowers are the hobbies and one needs only to see his flower garden and fish pools to appreciate them. Recently Jonah began remodeling Monday night before The an THEY SAY another government employee is due to be moved out of Caldwell by June 1. George Brown was the first to go a time back. with in here' of NOTICE! THE FOLLOWING FEE SCHEDULE W7 ADOPTED BY CALDWELL PHYSICIANS LISTED BELOW •—OFFICE CALLS DAY $2.00, plus medicine. NIGHT $3.00, plus medicine. Thursday Afternoon, Night, and Sunday 8 P. M. to 8 A. M. $3.00, plus medicine. •—HOME CALLS DAY $3.00, plus 50c per mile (charge for one way only). NIGHT (8 P. M. to 8 A. M.), Thursday Afternoon, Night, and Sunday $5.00, plus 50c per mile. Additional calls in the same neighbor hood will be charged one-half of the regular fee for that area. •—INJURIES DIATHERMEY X-RAYS The fee schedule of the Industrial Commis sion of Ohio will be used as a guide for the following: 1. Injuries 2. 3. Diathermey X-rays. •—OBSTETRICAL CASES For normal cases and a minimum of pre natal care $35.00. SIGNED— E. G. DITCH, M.D. N. S. REED, M.D. G. H. ZIMMERMAN, M.D. C. F„ THOMPSON, M.D. DO YOU REMEMER? 1944-45 was the club L. short again THE CAR SHORTAGE has brought out several old time but the one getting the attention last week was a brightly-painted ja the following sign: “All smoke, throw their butts JNE, the month of brides, nearer, wedding and rumors ddings are reported for resi and former residents. But un v trio down the aisle, it’s best is the better silent and be THOUGHT mention names. a fool. than speak and remove all doubt.” Any way that was a fine weddin cake that went over near Seneca Lake last week! Oh yes, and a wedding dance is MARVIN P. WOOD, in this third year as basketball coach, put the boys through a season comparable to the highly-regarded team of 1931 as they went as far in tournament play as any team in Redskin history. They won 18 games while losing six but set several new records will stand for some time. Macksburg .. Byesville Belle Valley Philo New Concord Roseville New Lexington McConnelsville Lower Salem Crooksville Cumberland ................ St. Thomas Cumberland ................ McConnelsville New Concord Lower Salem Belle Valley .............. Byesville .................... Wal- Doug Day, Beagle Lake, May 5, in the of 23 Skyline Sectional Tourney— Belle Valley Lawrence Belpre District Tourney— Wintersville Yorkville Totals Lloyd King Alex Clark Ralph Seffens Dana Reed Jerry Weekley II were Legion en Bill Richcreek Ralph Radcliff put over new fire through issue, as you overwhelming gone berserk paint on the At least SOMEONE must have with a bucket of blue north side of the square, that iron fence wasn’t noticeable un til it received its pretty blue coat. Even the color-blind have no trouble seeing it now. which 46 43 41 22 41 36 68 40 53 37 18 24 33 43 26 37 22 36 50 26 34 37 32 38 59 55 35 56 .. 37 .. 51 .. 48 .. 29 41 .. 51 56 .. 49 42 41 48 44 BASKETBALL LEAGUE was as follows: Philo 10 New Concord .... 10 Caldwell Crooksville St. Thomas Roseville McConnelsville New Lexington .. Glouster 37 44 40 34 49 38 36 902 1052 the LLOYD “SPEEDO” KING was Redskins’ leading scorer this with 434 points in 24 games for average of 18 points per 183 108 33 39 30 6 2 2 year an game. 68-139 65-106 52-94 32-73 22-46 3-8 2-9 2-4 434 281 118 110 82 6 standing 383 259 357 416 464 348 513 475 505 512 472 437 439 537 291 451 306 272 1 7 8 7 4 4 6 10 3 2 1 11 ALL-LEAGUE BASKETBALL team was composed of the following: Lloyd King, Caldwell Don McEvoy, St. Thomas Carroll Dunn, Roseville Virgil Harris, Philo Bob White, Nek Concord. On the second team was Alex Clark of Caldwell while Dana Reed received honorable men tion. IN FOOTBALL, under Coach Dwain Dyer, Caldwell won four games, lost three, and tied one. Parkersburg Ro? this sented on Friday evening of week, and from what I hear it’s to be quite different. But you can’t find out unless you go, can you? Crooksville St. Thomas New Concord McConnelsville Totals ECK” CLARK in Ralph Radcliff being held at the Legion hall this 12 0 0 21 39 18 14 14 19 6 13 0 6 90 6 97 the topped seven for football geting i nd two extra points 44 points. Alex Clark Lloyd King Bob Gump Tuffy Tilton 7 44 15 12 12 3 0 standing place FOOTBALL LEAGUE found Caldwell in fourth Saturday 209 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 McConnelsville Roseville St. Thomas 37 71 72 76 118 72 111 100 18 20 32 161 227 0 0 0 ALL-LEAGUE FOOTBALL team was composed of the following: LE LT-Wilson, Shegog, New Concord Crooksville LG-Watts, C-Ferguson, Caldwell Philo RT-Fye, Philo New Lexington QB-Masterson, N*w Lexington LH-Clark, Caldwell RH Young, Crooksville FB-Harris, Phi lo. Receiving honorable mention were King, Gump and Tilton of Caldwell. Crooksville RG-Dickson, RE-Murray, STARTING LINEUP for Caldwell in football included: LE-Lloyd King, LT-Dana Reed, LG-Earl Gardner, C-Don Ferguson, RG-Jim Howiler, RT-Fred Cox, RE-Ralph Davis, QB- I'y Til- Our professional service employs the knowledge and skill gained by scientific training together with an intimate understanding of bereavement's needs that can be acquired only through wide experience. Our present-day facilities equip us to provide every modern funeral benefit. An impartial service priced to meet all needs and wishes. M£VAY SCHILLING CALDWELL EDLIE BRACKEN and Veronica I^ike are co-starred in the Para mount comedy “Hold That Blonde” which makes its appearance at the Noble next Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19 ton, RH-Alex Clark (cc), FB-Ralph Radcliff. COUNTY TOURNEY play saw Batesville crowned champions by downing Belle Valley in the finals 25-23. Scores were: Belle Valley 46, Dexter City 16 Harriettsville 34, Sarahsville 27 Batesville 49, Forest Grove 31 Belle Valley 33 Harrietts ville V Batesville 40, Summerfield 17, Batesville 25, Belle Valley 23. ALL-COUNTY basketball team was composed of the following: Myron Starr, Belle Valley Lindy Stevens, Harriettsville Roy Flood, Batesville Dale Harbaugh, Belle Valley Jimmy Carpenter, Batesville. SECTIONAL TOURNEY was won by Caldwell for the second succes sive year as they topped Belpre in the finals 44-40. Scores Woodsfield 46, Lewisville 34 Hannibal 39, Low er Salem 37 Lawrence 39, Hannibal 28 Belpre 42, Woodsfield 34 Wa’ter ford 48, Batesville 20 Caldwell 48, Lawrence 44 Belpre 39, Waterford 32 Caldwell 44, Belpre 40. DISTRICT TOURNEY eliminated the Redskins as follows: Caldwell 38, Wintersville 34 Yorkville 56, Belpre 39 Yorkville 49, Caldwell 36. SHORTS-—Junior Lloyd King set a new scoring record for Caldwell as well as for the league by racking up 34 points in one game against New Lexington,. He also won the league scoring race with 197 points in 10 games for a new high total of points and a new average Eck Clark scored 65 out throws for an average of 61 percent O of 106 free The Redskins set a new record for points in one season getting 1,052 in 24 games They also established a new Caldwell record and a new gym record with 68 points in one game against New Lex Eck Clark was the hero of the year as he dropped in a free throw in the Lawrence game in the sectional tourney to tie up the game with no time remaining .Caldwell then went on to win the game and the tourney. CHORE BOY PORTABLE MILKER Powered by Either Ga» or Electricity THE MILKER WITH VISIBLE MILKING INDIVIDUAL COW VACUMN CONTROL MAXIMUM COW COMFORT ask for a Free Demonstration Nichols Cream Station Caldwell. Ohio A service that is PROFESSIONAL In the best sense of the word. Belle Valley Defeats Sarahsville 21 To 10 Belle Valley topped Sarahsville of 21-10 the latter place by the score last Thursday afternoon. Belle Valley—21 at E 1 3 1 2 3 4 2 1 0 3 Johnson, 3b ... .......... 3 Thomas, .... .......... 3 Caldwell, cf ... .......... 2 Stan*, ............ ............ 4 Milligan, ss ... .......... 3 G. Zaleha, If .. .......... 2 P. Zaleha, If .. .......... 1 Mishlan, 2b ... .......... 0 Galayda, lb ... .......... 0 Barlock, rf .... .......... 3 0 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 1 18 II 1 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 11 Totals .......... ........ 21 Sarahsville—10 Clark, 3b .......... .......... 1 Hopps, lb ........ .......... 1 Powell, If ........ .......... 0 Smith, .......... E 3 1 1 3 0 1 9 Beattey, rf .... .......... 1 Rutherford, rf ....... 1 Bates, 2b ........ .......... 2 Hannahs, 2b ... ............ 1 Hopps, .......... ............ 1 Rich, cf ............ .......... 0 1 0 12 Totals ................ 10 Belle Valley Sarahsville 620 512 5—21 100 108 0—10 Barbara Schell Featured At Fulda’s May Crowning The annual May crowning cere mony was held on Sunday, May 5, in the Immaculate Conception church at Fulda, Ohio. It began with an out door procession by the grade and high school students, continued with the singing of May hymns in the church and culminated with the crowning of the statue of Our Lady by the privileged first grader, Bar bara Schell, accompanied by Teresa Michel and Mary ley Noll acted as Lou Arnold. Shir crown bearer. a member of this class, read the act She was attended Ethel Schott, year’s graduating of consecration, by her classmates, Gladys Crock and Evelyn Blake. Benediction of the Blessed Sacra ment given by the pastor, the Very Rev. B. J. Mattes, concluded the im pressive ceremony. A large number of parishioners were present. LIMIT PACKAGES Due to the coal strike and the consequent slowing down of passen ger and freight service, Postmaster Thurman Smith, has been informed that a limitation now exists on the size and weight of packages to be mailed. I’he packages cannot weigh more than 11 pounds length and girth 60 inches. This only a temporary and its combined must not be over is believed to be measure. sible. As material becomes complete satisfaction. SPECIALISTS IN •-PLUMBING •-WIRING •-HEATING Consult us for any improvements you have in mind, regardless if it is a bathroom kitchen heating system make your home a better, more modern home by installing a new bathroom and by bringing your kitchen up-to date improvements venience and beauty! Caldwell Band Makes Good Showing At Rally The Caldwell high school band was accorded the unusual honor of ad vancing the national and state colors at the district rally of the American Legion, held Wednesday evening in Zanesville. Eleven bands participated in the gigantic parade with the Caldwell band being selected as the outstand ing musical unit for the evening. The Byesville high school band was the color guards for the parade. Noble post was represented by Commander Jack Berry and other members. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. RECEIVES PROMOTION Sergeant Wayne B. Hayes, with the 35th Infantry, of the veteran 25th (Tropic Lightning) Division, has recently been promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant. The 25th, a unit of General Eichelberger’s Eight army, is now occupying the Osaka area of the home island Honshu, Japan. Sergeant Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, 809 Walnut street, Caldwell, entered the army Septem ber 27, 1944 at Fort Hayes, and after taking basic training at Camp Wolters, Texas, sailed for overseas, March 26, 1945. Wayne is a former student of Caldwell high school. ARMY RECRUITING STATION Yes, in the years that have passed, our many satisfied customers have evidenced the faith which they place in us. The continued patronage over the period of years which wre have been operating in this community, proves to us that our service has been satisfactory. With this thought utmost in our minds, modernizing our store and shop will realize for you many added advantages which we feel we owe you. A visit to our store will afford you the privilege of viewing the many items of merchandise used in your desired job. In addition to this, com plete plans can be worked out to expedite your order. Our future plans call for additional men to be on the job in order that your wants can be filled with the least practical delay. Our stock will be maintained at pre-war level and only nationally in all of our installa Because of lack of material, we have been handicapped in some recognized merchandise and devices will be used tions. measure in acquiring essential items, and for this reason our ability to furnish you with immediate completion of your order has been impos- add con- Citizens National Bank Building 11 North Fourth Street Zanesville, Ohio WE HAVE REMODELED! We do propose to operate to the best advantage of our customers, available, our workmanship will improve to your BIBS W. EVILSIZER Dealer For Crane Products 302 East Street Phone 39 Caldwell, Ohio WHERE YOU CAN EXPECT BETTER PLUMBING AND GET IT It’s easy to have a BETTER HOME! Thursday, May 16, 1946 THE JOURNAL CALDWE Specials —FOR— Farmers Mantola Radio $33.95 AB Powder $5.79 Shox Stok Battery $8.38 Shox Stok Electric $12.29 Snathe $1.85 D.D.T. Headquarters— DDT—Pints _----- 35c 65c DDT—Quarts $1.49 5% DDT—Quarts 25 S DDT—Gal. $4.75 DDT—Garden Dust 30c White Paint 2 DDT $1.35 I). I). NICHOLS CALDWELL. OHIO A COLLEGE, BUSINESS or TRADE SCHOOL EDUCATION FOR YOU Yes, your tuition up to $500 per ordi nary school year paid for 48 months of college, business or trade school. You also receive $65 per month living allowance—$90 if you have dependents. This is the opportunity open, upon their discharge, to men over 18 (17 with parents’ consent) who enlist in the new Regular Army before October 6, 1946, for 3 years. Get all the facts at your U.S. Army Recruiting Station.