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Thursday, March 7,1057
County's Entries Eliminated From Tournament Play Noble County's three entries in the Marietta sectional tourna ment went down in one-two-three order last week as Bartlett de feated Sarahsville 63-47, Bethel trounced Caldwell 76-45 and Bev erly downed Summerfield 75-63. In Saturday nights' bracket finals, Bethel had little trouble in winning over Beverly 70-53 and River Local managed to subdue Woodsfield 65-53. These two teams will with Byesville and REDSKIN REVIEW By GARY LYONS Teacher's Meeting A general teacher's meeting will be held on March 13 at 2:30 Both grade and high school teachers will be present, there fore school will be dismissed at that time. College Plans Several of the seniors are set ting their goals for their higher education now and are making arrangements for entering the schools of their choices. I think attending college is one of the finest things that a student can do and I wish to encourage every one to attend college that possibly can. Spring Concert The annual spring concert will be presented this year on March 21 and 22 in the high school gym. The matinee will be given on March 21 in the afternoon and the main concert will follow on March 22. Grade Cards Grade cards will be received by all high school students for the fourth time on Friday, March 8. These report cards will be tak en home, signed by parents, and returned the following Monday to the home room teachers. Sarahsville Athletic Banquet Saturday Eve. The Sarahsville high school boosters club will hold their an nual banquet Saturday evening, March 9 at 6:30 o'clock in the high school gymnasium. The evening will begin with a dinner to be served by the Mt. Ephraim W.S.C.S. promptly at 6:30 o'clock followed by a very interesting program. Features of the program will include ad dresses by Dr. Charles E. Davis, superintendent of the Caldwell schools, and H. C. Secrest, super intendent of the Noble County schools. John Shamhart, of* Caldwell, will present a humorous reading, a quartet of girls from New Con cord and Delores and Donna Bond of Mt. Ephraim, will pre sent a number of vocal selec tions. The highlight of the evening will be the awarding of the athletic awards by John Max Eibel, athletic director. IN HOSPITAL Harold Vorhies was removed from his home near Sarahsville to the St. Francis hospital, Cam bridge. The trip was made Sun day in the Murphy ambulance. Vc&te TH£TATfl£ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 "THESE WILDER YEARS" THUR.-FRI.-SAT., MARCH 7-8-9 Richard Widmark—Jane Greer "RUN FOR SUN" —ALSO— "HOT CARS" SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. MARCH 10-11-12-13 Dean Martin—Jerry Lewis "HOLLYWOOD OR BUST it compete South Zanesville in the Marietta district tournament this week. Byesville waged an uphill fight against Hopewell last Sat urday night at Zanesville before winning 84-82 largely on the strength of Jim Aleshire'S fourth quarter performance. South Zanesville was never in trouble as they turned back Buffalo 89-65 in the other game. The class A district tourna ment of Marietta will open on Thursday night at 7:30 with Byesville (20-2) meeting River Local (20-2) and at 9:00 South Zanesville (21-2) will play Bethel (23-1). The winners will clash Saturday night at 8:00 for the title and one of the berths in the Athens regional. On Thursday night, Caldwell became Bethel's 22nd victim as the Blackhawks took a 6-0 lead in the first two minutes and went on to hand the Redskins their 14th loss in 19 games. With a minute left in the first quarter, Caldwell trailed by only 14-1.2 but Bethel surged ahead 18-12 as the period ended and moved out in front 26-13 early in the second stanza. The Redskins managed only seven points in the second quart er, leaving the floor trailing 36-19 at intermission. Although Caldwell enjoyed a 17-point third quarter, the Hawks tossed in 26 to enter, the fourth period with a 26-point lead 62-36, and finish ahead 76-45. Don Cunningham was Cald well's only consistent scorer, accounting for 19 points while Pete Cline and Ed Bode notched 25 and 22 for Bethel. Bode, 6-2 junior center, and Cline, 5-7 senior guard, have scored 423 and 429 points each this season for an average of close to 18 points per game. The Blackhawks are averaging around 90 points per game and have gone over the century mark eight different times this year. Caldwell—45 Cunningham 9 1-5 19 Ferguson 2 0-2 4 Buckey 3 0-0 6 Safigan 1 4-5 6 Devolld 4 1-2 9 Priest 1 0 0-0 0 Milligan 0 1-3 1 Totals 19 Bethel—76 Hilverding 6 Miller 4 Bode _____ 7 7-17 45 4-6 16 2-2 10 8-12 22 5-6 25 0-0 2 1-2 1 Cline 10 J. Curtis 1 Hall 0 Totals 28 20-28 76 Caldwell 12 19 36 45 Bethel 18 36 62 76 Officials Ellis and Haloszka. Beverly, winning its 17th game in 24 starts, led Summerfield by as much as 22 points in the third quarter but the Gophers rallied to come within six points twice in the closing minutes. Don Benadum, the Bruins' 6-1 senior scoring whiz, bagged 32 points for scoring honors while John Leasure sparked the losers with 23. After making only one point in the first half, Leasure hit for 22 in the second half. Loss of Dick Gibson and Jim Larrick on fouls during the stretch drive hindered Summerfield's victory bid. Gibson tallied 14 and Larrick 10 although Gibson sat out most of the third quarters after getting his fourth personal. O Y "HOUSE OF HITS" THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY, MARCH 7-8-9 JANE WYMAN I DON TAYLOR GREGORY PECK I SSALLY FORREST #/T|-- v-0——" "Ride The High Iron' The Yearling' SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY MARCH 10-11-12-13-14 —AT REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES— The Tine and W^d«i^ St#y or COL. DEAN HESST CLERGYMAN T1JRNEO FIGHTER PILOT .... ROCK HUDSON Wsij. CINEMASCOPE-TECHNICOLOR MARTHA HYER IF*» DAN DURYEA dondefore ANNA KASHFI JOCK MAHONEY carl BENTON REID Sarahsville junior high team made it a graind slam victory Monday evening when they nosed out Carlisle 45 to 39 for the coveted title. Jubilant members of the Sarahsville team in clude: Mike Kirk, manager Hubert Bates, Terry Gibson, manager, Merlin Wentworth, 1 ne Imcc winning team representatives, their trophies and coaches are shown above following the grade school tournament. Left to right, representing Dexter City are Mike Long, Steve Bettinger, David Ogle and Coach Forrest Howell. From Carlislp are Marvin Summerfield—63 Larrick 3 4-7 10 Gibson 7 0-1 14 Leasure 9 5-6 23 Warner 3 2-8 8 Stern 2 2-4 6 Dimmerling 1 0-0 2 Martin 0 0-0 0 Christman 0 0-2 0 Totals 25 13-26 63 Beverly—75 Benadum 11 10-17 32 McKown 4 4-4 12 Plummer 3 1-3 7 Kassel 6 2-2 14 Huck 5 0-3 10 Totals 29 17-29 75 Summerfield 10 16 41 63 Beverly 19 30 55 75 Officials Zimmerman. Besozzi and Sarahsville, first Noble county team to see action in the Mari etta sectional, bowed to Bartlett 63-47 in Wednesday night's open er. The Red Devils were on top 15-12 at the end of the first quarter, and trailed by only one point 30-29 at the half, as both teams showed a two-man scor ing offense. Jim Rogers had 15 points at halftime and Bill Bond 10 for Sarahsville, while for Bartlett, Scott White had 18 and Dick Welch 10. The Red Devils fell behind in the third quarter 46-38 and could tally only nine points in the fourth while Bartlett was netting 17 with White tossed in 10 of these. Bond and Rogers with 21 and 17 led the losers in scoring, but White and Welch rang up 34 and 20 for the victors. In the nightcap, Woodsfield ousted the Washington county champs Vincent by a score of 59-35. Sarahsville—47 Brooks B. Bond. Rogers Wentworth ..... 0 H. Bond 1 Stottsberry 1 Totals 19 Bartlett—63 Stephens 3 Welch ... 7 Ganson 0 White ...14 Cummings 0 .T 2 7 8 0-1 4 7-12 21 1-4 17 0-1 0 1-2 3 0-0 2 9-20 47 1-3 6-6 0-1 6-7 2-2 Totals 24 15-19 63 .. 15 29 38.47 12 30 46 63 Sarahsville Bartlett Photo Developing—Gillespie's THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO Sarahsville Wins Grade School Tournament Junior High Captains Proudly Display Trophies John Carter, Jr., Frank Bettinger, Gary Davis, Robert Wheeler, Bill Bettinger, Eddie Benner, Jackie Wheeler, Charles Hannum, and Larry Young. Harold Vorhies is the coach but was hospitalized before his team went on to victory. 4 Diiiuiiajiiig, burning tiie trophy, and Coach Arthur Kuhn. For the winners,'Larry Young is holding championship trophy and Supt. Jo seph Fields, who served as coach in ifee ab sence of Harold Vorhies. Elk Local Athletic Director Has Impressive Background Although the Elk Local basketball team failed to finish very high in the Noble County League, Mr. Ray Page, coach of the Elks, was well pleased with his team's showing as he pointed out that the high school has the smallest enrollment in the county—14 boys in all—from which to select reserve.and varsity teams. The Elks won 50% of their games, however, including both league and non league games to conclude the season on a successful note. Mr. Page graduated from Parkersburg high school, Park ersburg, W. Va., where he par ticipated in all major sports. He attended Ohio State University continuing his participation in sports, and later .was an assistant in the physical education depart ment of the University. After graduation from Ohio State, he was appointed princi pal and coach at Union Furnace high school, Logan, Ohio, his basketball team winning the county tournament. His two-year over-all record in all the sports was a 70% win. His next appointment was at McKeesport City high school, MeKeesport, Pa., where he was assistant coach and physical education instructor. He said that was where he really gained his coaching experience as Mc Keesport is a member of the Pittsburgh Outer Area City Schools Association, and is made up of twelve high schools in the area joining Pittsburgh, the strongest league in Western Pennsylvania. After two years there, he went to North Charleston high school, Charleston, S. C., in 1941, where he was athletic director, boxing coach, and had charge of the physical fitness program. This high school was selected by the U. S. Defense Department to give a course in physical fitness for the pre-inductees into the armed services for World War II. Boxing being the most popular high school sport in the Southeastern section, the high school always had championship boxing teams climaxed by the Golden Glove Tournament. In his three-year tenure there, Page sent six boys to New York to compete in the National Golden Glove tournament—three going to the semi-finals and one losing in the finals. Mr. Page then came back to his home town of Parkersburg, MR. RAY PAGE W. Va., where he taught physical education, summer recreation, and coached sports for annual play days. He joined the Elk Local high school faculty as coach and physical education instructor in the fall of 1956. During the reg ular season his basketball team has won half of their games including both league and non league games. In the county tournament, Elk Local won their first game from Batesville, but lost to Summerfield in the semi finals. GOSPEL SERVICES The Rev. H. L. Jones, District superintendent of the Southern District of the Free Methodist church, will bring a series of gospel messages in the Caldwell Free Methodist church, begin ning, Friday, March 8 and con tinuing through March 10. Rev. Jones will be speaking Friday evening under the general theme of prayer. This day has been set aside as the World Day of Prayer and everyone is cordially invited to attend. All evening ^services begin at 7:30 o'clock. Sarahsville Defeats Carlisle 45-39 For Grade School Title Sarahsville copied the grade school basketball tournament with a 45-3*9 win over Carlisle on Monday night at the Caldwell gym. The game was closely-con tested throughout, and although Carlisle succeeded in knotting the score occasionally, Sarahs ville managed to keep ahead most of the time. Larry Young, using his heighth to good advantage, bagged 28 points for Sarahsville to take scoring honors. Marvin Dimmer ling paced his mates with 22 giving him a total of 64 in three tournament games. (Championship Game) Sarahsville—45 L. Young (c) 12 4-9 28 Hannum 3 0-1 6 Wheeler 2 1-2 5 Davis 2 0-0 4 Carter 1 0-0 2 Totals 20 5-12 45 Carlisle—3® Brown 3 0-0 6 R. Dimmerling 0 0-1 0 M. Dimmerling (c) —. 7 8-10 22 Martin 2 0-0 4 Crum 3 1-3 7 Totals 15 9-14 39 Sarahsville 12 25 34 45 Carlisle 8 21 32 39 Officials—Wehr and Bailey. In the consolation preliminary, Southern Noble downed Buffalo easily 41-18 as Mike Long tallied 19 points. Larry Sealock sparked Buf falo with 16 of his team's 18 points as the losers made all but four of their points in the last period. (Consolation Game) So. Noble—41 M. Long 8 3-6 19 D. Ogle 4 2-4 10 D. Miller 1 0-2 2 S. Binegar 5 0-2 10 J. Ogle 0 0-0 0 D. Barton 0 0-1 0 L. Binegar 0 0-3 0 Totals 18 5-18 41 Buffalo—18 Spiker 0 0-1 0 Crow 0 0-0 0 Sealock 8 0-2 16 Prunty 1 0-1 2 Leasure 0 0-0 0 Rayner 0 0-1 0 Totals 9 0-5 18 Southern Noble 14 26 35 41 Buffalo 0 0 4 18 Parents!! Did you know that your children between the ages of 10 and 21 are eligible to join a 4-H club? This is a wonderful opport unity for both you and the chil dren as 4-H has so much to offer everyone who is interested. The 4-H club movement in Ohio is an extension activity sponsored cooperatively by the U. S. Department of Agricul ture. The Ohio State University and the county extension service. The main objective of 4-H club work is the development of boys and girls through a program designed to provide for their continuous individual and social growth. 4-H provides a stepping stone to help young men and women along to worth-while achieve ments but success in 4-H comes only through their own hard work. 4-H will not do their work for them but will teach, encour age and show them how to work. 4-H will recognize and reward them for their work and will offer them the opportunity to make many good friends. 4-H will help them develop good character because it is on these principles that 4-H was founded and has grown to world great ness. 4-H will strengthen their family ties and will develop their own qualities of leader ship. Above everything else, 4-H will help them become bet ter citizens and better Ameri cans. Last year over 2 million boys and girls belonged to 4-H clubs all over the United States. This total does not include the ap proximately 20 foreign countries that have 4-H clubs or clubs pat terned after them. Last year in Noble county there were 410 boys and girls enrolled in 32 different clubs in all parts of the county. These members, be sides taking an active part in their local club and working on their projects, attended training meetings, participated in the talent show, demonstration con test, style revue, county camp fire, achievement night and some 65 of them attended 4-H camp. This gives you an idea of what your children can learn and do through a 4-H club. A. Paul Jonard, Associate Extension Agent SCOTTISH RITE BANQUET Annual Scottish Rite banquet will be held Thursday evening, March 7 at 6:30 o'clock '.a the Caldwell Methodist church. Mem bers of Amazon chapter, No. 30, O.E.S. will serve the dinner. W. Kirk Deselm, prominent Scot tish Rite member, will be the speaker. Owen H. Pickenpaugh is president of the Noble county organization. Belle Valley Junior Captures County League Scoring Title Jim Dennis, Belle Valley's sharp-shooting junior, is the new scoring champion of Noble County—registering 331 points in 10 league games for an average of 33 points per game. The record of 373 was set by Mike Varhola of Bellp Vallev in total was for 12 games since Forest Grove was a league mem ber at that time. No new individual league re cords were set this year, but Sarahsville added to its record of winning the loop title the most times. The Red Devils have won the crown five times outright and tied once. Complete scoring: Player— Dennis, B. V. Schott, Elk Rogers, Sarahs. Larrick, Sum, B. Bond, Sarahs. Warner, Sum. Brooks, Sarahs. 43 Nau, So. Noble Batten, So. Noble Gregg, Bates. 48 Neuhart, Bates 47 Fleeman, Elk 54 Wentworth, Sarahs. 51 Gibson, Sum 48 125 81 331 93 74 260 82 23 187 69 41 179 60 34 154 56 36 143 53 139 52 31 135 54 25 133 36 132 36 130 13 121 14 116 17 113 Binegar, So. Noble 40 33 113 Wyscarver, Bates. 37 37 111 Buckley, B. V 41 28 110 Schoeppner, Elk 35 34 104 Anderson, B. V 36 22 94 Leasure, Sum 39 11 89 Smithberger, Elk .... 27 33 87 D. Watson, Sarahs. 31 19 81 Hughes, Bates 36 9 81 Neuberger, So. Noble 31 17 79 Rossiter, B. V 24 24 72 Stern, Sum. 28 11 67 Huffman, Elk 24 9 57 Ogle, B. V. 21 10 52 Phipps, B. V 19 10 48 H. Bond, Sarahs. __ 14 15 43 Dimmerling, Sum. .. 18 7 43 Christman, Bates. 19 3 41 Martin, Sum 14 11 39 Theiss, So. Noble .... 15 9 39 Brown, Bates 16 4 36 Poling. So. Noble .... 11 14 36 Perfect Attendance And Honor Roll Students Named For Southern Noble The following is the perfect attendance list and honor students for Southern Noble school for the six-weeks period ending Feb. 21, as announced by Principal Willis B. Ogle: Perfect Attendance First Grade: Wanda Bonar, Pamela Carter, Judy Hall, Dale Nau, Paul Radcliff, Eddie Ram age, Charles Ritterbeck, Vicki Whetstone Second Grade: Tom Hall, Linda Hendershot, Eddie Howell, Marie Mallett, David Misel, John Nau, Larry Saling Third Grade: Carla Dowlinig, Sandra Nau, Steven Ogle, Mary Jo Reed, Lois Tilton, Unda Warner. Fourth Grade: Joe Archer, Evelyn Hall, Barbara Morrison, Bonnie Sabo, Thomas Saling, Mark Smith, Charles Stewart, John Whetstone, George Warner Fifth Grade: Dennis Barton, William Fogle, Lawrence Miller, Marleen Misel, John Ogle, Emily Reed, Emma Reed, Bradley Rus sell, Francis Russell, Loy Smith, Frances Travis, Joy Vaughn, Karen Bonar. Sixth Grade: David Carter, Mary Fogle, Marilyn Head, Teri McElfresh, Gary Sabo, Ray Bonar Seventh Grade: Lloyd Bonar, Gerald Clark, Mike Long, Leroy Reed, Terry Vaughn, Nor ma Jean Harper. Eighth Grade: Steven Binegar, Nancy Clvmer, Mary Mallett, David Miller, Carl Nau, Herman Nau, David Ogle, Paul Schnee berger, Connie Smith, Marie Theiss. Ninth Grade: Inez Addlespurg er, Sarah Bruce, Nancy Hayes, Bernice Head, George Mitchell, Judy Morrison, Ruben Stewart, Patrick Stover, Doris Whetstone. MEN'S Values To $10.95 $798 MOW Others $1.9$ To $3.98 Page Three 1055. although his ft* JIM DENNIS Spence, Sum. 9 11 29 Miller, So. Noble —. 6 3 21 Carpenter, Sum. ... 7 7 21 Stottsberry, Sarahs. 9 0 18 Stover, So. Noble .... 7 4 18 Gessel, So. Noble .... 4 10 18 Leach, Bates. .. 6 5 17 Hendershot, Elk 8 1 17 Brown, So. Noble .... 4 2 10 Pfeffer, Bates. 3 1 1 Elliott, B. V 1 5 7 Byrd, So. Noble .... 3 1 7 Tomlins, Bates 1 4 6 Christman, Sum. ... 0 6 6 Buckey, B. V. 2 1 5 Keylor, Sum. 1 3 S Hannahs, Bates. ... 0 4 4 Leonhardt, Sarahs. .. 1 0 2 Carpenter, Bates. 0 2 2 McFerren, B. V. .... 1 0 2 Hurst. B. V. 0 1 1 Tenth Grade: John Binegar, Duane Brown, Wayne Sloter, Emalene Feldner Eleventh Grade: Thelma Pryor, Emogene Theiss Twelfth Grade: David Archer, Joseph Harper, Garry Maxwell, Warner Stewart and Helen Webber. Honor Roll Third Grade: Carla Dowling, Sandra Nau, Veronica Saling, Larry Radcliff, Lois Tilton Fourth Grade: Joe Archer, Bon nie Sabo, Judith Woodford Fifth Grade: Maureen Dowlinig, Emily Reed, Emma Reed, Joy Vaughn, James Warren. Sixth Grade: David Carter, Teri McElfresh, Gary Sabo Seventh Grade: Mike Long Eighth Grade: Steven Bdnegar, Nancy Clymer. Ninth Grade: Inez Addlespurg er Tenth Grade: (none) Elev enth Grade: Connie Houston, Susan Long, Helen Evans Twelfth Grade: Betty Farson, Bernadine Ritterbeck. PARKING METER RECEIPTS Parking meter receipts for the month of February totalled $699.25 according to a monthly report released by Violet Mor gareidge, village clerk. The col lection for February 1957 is just under that of February 1956, when the total collection was $704.50. The collections for Feb ruary were as follows: first week. $191.25 second week $177.00 third week, $177.50 and fourth week, $153.50. HATS MALLORY EMERSON WESTCHESTER SPECIAL! ALL SIZES BROWN GRAY BLUE Friday And Saturday Only! WEHRS Where Men Like To Shop!