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SHOTS
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
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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
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41
22
41
36
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40
53
37
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43
26
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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-
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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.
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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.
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•-HEATING
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you have in mind, regardless if it
is a bathroom kitchen
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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
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HOME!
Thursday, May 16, 1946
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Farmers
Mantola Radio $33.95
AB Powder $5.79
Shox Stok Battery $8.38
Shox Stok Electric $12.29
Snathe $1.85
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65c
DDT—Quarts $1.49
5% DDT—Quarts
25 S
DDT—Gal. $4.75
DDT—Garden Dust 30c
White Paint 2 DDT $1.35
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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.
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