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m ; SERVING ROSSFOKD Jlome 0<jf P&nta-Gounttf Newspaper 10$ p£R C0PY $3.00 PER YEAR :-.. Vol. 3, issue #19 2nd Class Matter PHONE 3S5-3SS7 1/27/666 Have You Heard Ed Simenskl, Helen Drive, has returned home after a stay In St. Charles Hospital, pital. Dr. William L.Ramsey was guest speaker at che Boulevard Church of Christ, Toledo on last Tuesday evening. Richard Jarosz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jarosz celebrated his 7th birthday on Tuesday. Patrolman Ron Bielskl added another year to the total on last Thursday. Noland Eckhart and George Kerl and Mrs, John Gacik and Mrs. George Kerl represented che local V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary unit at the mid-winter conference held at Akron, Ohio, the past weekend. Mayor Frank Zuchowski, Councilman Joe Richards and Street Commissioner Joe Duly conferred with officials of the Ohio State Dlvison of Waterways on Monday. James King Is still c on- fined to St. Vincents Hospital for observation and treatment. Mayor Zuchowski and Appreciation Award Lieut. Col. James Carstensen, commanding officer of che local unit of the U.S. Army Reserve Corps, was presented with a plaque as a mark of appreciation.for the work done by the unit at the Rossford Village Marina. The presentation was made by Councilman Joe Richards, chairman of the Village Council Marina Committee, at ceremonies at Toledo University on last Sunday afternoon. in accepting the plaque Col Carstensen said that the reserve unit will again cooperate with village officials and will supply men and equipment to aid in bringing the local marina project to completion. The Army Reserve unit has contributed men and equipment to the marina project for more than two years at no cost to the village. Concllman Richards pointed out that the services rendered by Col Carstensen and his men cannot be measured in dollars and cents. Commissioner Joe Duly represented the village at a meeting of the Area Cooperation Committee at Maumee on Tuesday. Mr. Cecil Means Is inTo- ledo Hospital following surgery. Mrs. Sohle Losonsky added another year to the total last Saturday. Mr. Paul Hrlcousky, and daughter Marrlanne both celebrated bl rt hday s this week. Varsity Basketball Rossford varsity basketball rolled to Its 1 Ich straight win by smashing Springfield 86-49. There was no doubt who would win after the first quarter as Rossford led 21- 10, The score was 45-24 at the half and in the 3rd quarter the Bulldogs outscored the Blue Devils by 15 points. The subs came In the 4th quarter and held Springfield to 14 points. Penix 27 Galloway 8 Gladieux 25 R. Weaks 2 Fedio 13 T. Weaks 2 Haas 8 Fansler 1 RESERVES DEFEAT SPRINGFIELD 48-26 The Rossford reserve basketball team played a fine game to defeat Springfield 48-26. Dog House News Last Saturday approximately 100 Teens listened and danced to the music of the Continentals. The next Dog House Days will be Feb. 19 after the Perrysburg game. These will be Record Hops, so after cheering your team to victory, come to the Dog House for fun and refreshments. Bring your favorite records. Fire Alar**1 The Rossford firemen were called to the intersection of Superior St.. and Glenwood Rd., at 7:15 p.m. on Thursday to extinguish an oil fire in a sunken pit. A construction company had excavated for a pit and had poured a concrete bottom and had placed a portable oil fired heating unit to prevent the concrete from freezing. It seems that a side of the pit had caved in toppling the heating unit and spilling the fuel oil which ignited immediately. Fire Chief Larry Wojnar reported no damage. Queen And Court Front row; Beverly Santus, Debbie Eckel, Theresa Lledlgk. Back row; Carolyn Danford, Kathy Creps, Sue Noel. The 1965-66 Basketball Homecoming Queen Is Miss Debbie Eckel. Queen Debbie will reign over the Basketball game with Bowling Green on January 29. There she will officially be crowned the 1965-66 Homecoming Queen. The Queen's court consists of: Senior attendants, Theresa Lledglk and Beverly Santus; Junior Attendant, Carolyn Danford; Sophomore, Kathy Creps; and Freshman, Sue Noel. Queen Debbie Is the daughter of Mr. John Eckel of Lime City Road. Theresa Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Liedigk of 144 Windsor Drive, Rossford. Beverly Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Santus of 165 Superior Street, Rossford. Carolyn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Danford of 8916 Lewis Street, Rossford. Kathy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Creps of Jennings Road, Rossford. Sue is the daughter of Mrs. Wynema Noel of 206 Hannum Avenue, Rossford. The night will begin with the Reserve game at 6:30, Crowning at 7:30 and the Varsity game starting at 8:00. The Homecoming dance after the game will begin at 9:30 to 11:30. Family Surprised Mr. and Mrs. RobertKeh- ren, 164 Hannum Ave., were more than a little surprised, in fact they were shocked, when the Rossford firemen arrived at their home shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Monday. There was no fire. Mr. and Mrs. Kehran had no knowledge of a fire alarm being sounded. A person or persons unkown turned In a false alarm. Fire Chief Larry Wojnar stated that the incident could even have been an honest mistake on the part of a person unknown. Cigar Time Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stolar announce the adoption Jan. 10th of a baby girl born on Jan. Sth. They named their new baby Natalie Sue. Grandparents are John Stolar Sr. of Hannum Ave. Forms Realty Firm Joseph "Joe Manera, Hannum Ave., a real estate operator for the past ten years, has formed the Clock Realty Co., with offices at 1907 Sylvania Ave. Mr. Manera, a member of the Toledo Board of Realtors, will have a staff of sen sales people and will deal in properties in the Clover Ridge, Chessut Estates, and Regina Coeli additions in Toledo. Degree Team Takes First Place The First Degree Team and Choir of Holy Cross Council Knights cf Columbus took first place In a degree exemplification contest held at Rossford on Sunday afternoon. The local team defeated a team from the Huron, Ohio, K of C Council in the competition. The local team and choir will take part in a state con- - test at the Secor Hotel, Toledo, on Sunday afternoon. The ceremonials were directed by Past Grand Knight Zollle Fargo and Grand Knight William Okorowski and the choir was directed by Benny Zajac and hrv Richards. Corporate Communion Members of Holy Cross Council K of C will receive Holy Communion in a body, together with their sons, during the 7:30 a.m. Mass at St. Rose Church on Sunday. A breakfast will be served in the school cafeteria Immediately after the church services. Masonic Club MASONIC CLUB TO MEET The Rossford Masonic Club will meet at 6:15 p.m. on Thursday (today) in the Rossford CommunltvMethodist Church, Mr. Virgil C. Hahn, a member of the staff of the Toledo Society for the Blind, will be the guest speaker. Mr. Hahn will also show a 30 minute film entitled "Save Your Sight". Dr. William L. Ramsey is club president. Pinewood Derby PINEWOOD DERBY WINNERS LISTED Joel Andryc took first place in the "Pinewood Derby" held as a part of the meeting of Cub Pack #43 at the Eagle Point School Auditorium on Tuesday evening. Leonard Vidra took second place and third place went to Bob Taylor. A total' of thiry four boys took part in the competition. A representaclvefromBoy Scout headquarters attended the meelng and presented the Pack Charter for 1966 and presented each boy with a membership card. Cub Pack #43 was honored earlier In the month when, at the Cubbers Round Table, the pack was presented with an Honor Unit Pla ue In recognition of an excellent recruitment program. During National Boy Scout Week the Cub Pack will display various Items in the windows of the Duly store building, Superior and Oak Sts. Cub Pack ff 43 is sponsored by the Mothers Club of Eagle Point School. Jim Christoff Is Cubmaster and Jim Miller Is assistant. Honored At Dinner HONORED AT DINNER Irving E. Richards, who served as a member of the Rossford Board of Education for twelve years, was honored with a dinner at the Secor Hotel on Tuesday evening. He was presented with a framed copy of a resolution of commendation which had been adopted at a regular meeting of the board on December 13. James Rossler, senior member of the board, made the presentation. Blood Needed Tw pints of type-O Neg^ atlve blood are needed for James King. A patient in St. Vincents Hospital, Mr- King Is a long time resident of Rossford and spent approximately 50 years in the employ of the L.OJR. Glass Co.
|Title||Country and town. (Rossford, Ohio), 1966-01-27|
|Subject||Newspapers: Rossford, Ohio|
|Description||The Country and Town Newspaper was a weekly journal published and edited by Mr. James Richards in Rossford, Ohio. The paper was sold in 1966 to David G. Willmarth when Richards took a position with the nearby Toledo Blade newspaper. Country and Town Newspaper Volume 3, Number 19, January 27, 1966. Front page news: Joel Andryc took 1st place in the Pinewood Derby, Basketball Homecoming Queen's court - Debbie Eckel, Queen; attendants: Beverly Santus, Theresa Liedigk, Carolyn Danford, Kathy Creps and Sue Noel. Other community news.|
|Date of Original||January 27, 1966|
|Collection||Rossford Country and Town|
|Submitting Institution||Rossford Public Library|
Wood County (Ohio)
|Submitting Institution||Rossford Public Library|
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