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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1947, Mansfield, OhioHello the cheerleaders of Madison Miller elea for Stevens Maxine Guthrie and Ucille the crowd in fifteen Rahs for Madison. The invocation had been pronounced by Rev. David n. Roller pastor of the first presbyterian Church. The Madison and Mansfield Enior football players who re Vived Gold footballs from Fox were from Madison Campbell Jack Cleckner Don Cornell Fred Frost Kenneth Gabor Dick Glenn Bob Gott Fried Martin Hall Jack Herr Dick Schuttera Dan Smith Dan Stevens Wayne Strong and Mike Tormaschy. From senior Amsbaugh Frank Bebout David Boals. Ray Beard Ollie Cline Tom Emerson Richard Flocken Zier Ross Frisbee Richard Gross Kenneth Horvath Allen Henke Bob Marth William Mckee Ralph majors Bruno Mol Lica Dave Robert Rondy Allen Sowash Jim Siner son and David Wentz. Band Mansfield senior High school band will celebrate its 25th anniversary and that of its director j. Merton Holcombe with a dinner at Prospect Park Pavilion. Holcombe will recall How the 1923 band members top bought their own uniforms the first worn by the High school music organization. He will recall How members of the 1926 band Bottom won the state championship. The uniforms they wore when this picture was taken 21 years ago were purchased by a group of 15 Mansfield business men All members of the climber of Commerce. Today uniforms Are purchased by funds railed bar the band parents club which is sponsoring tonight s Cele tation. At the right is Cecelia Parsons now mrs. Lionell Miller Wolstan Ford conn., the first majorette for the Mansfield group ail also the first majorette of any class a High school band in the states. These pictures Are a part of the collection of band i Tures in Holcombe s Possession. Majors Cleckner picked most valuable players continued from Page 1 rushed to the news journal for reproduction in the also on the front Page appeared a picture of Sam Fox jeweler presenting to Kenny Hor Vath Mansfield High school full Back his Gold football. Fox presented 35 of the Gold footballs in All. In addition the extra car ried in bold Type the names of the guests of Honor for the banquet a faked Story on some jokes that might have been cracked Back and Forth among the Madi son and senior High players and pictures of majors and Cline. When the last guests had left the Hall not a. Copy of the souvenir edition of the news journal remained on the tables. Most of them had been Auto graphed by Mcmilin others had been carried Home As reminders of an evening Well spent. Mcmillin in his address lived up to Advance bookings. He told a dozen stories about football and football players and used them to illustrate his theme that playing the game was just As important in life As on the football Field lie calling that he had coached per haps 300 All America football players in his Long career As a Gridiron Mentor he asserted emphatically that not All of them were real Many he said lacked the most Valu Able player attributes such As he said must have ruled the lives of majors and Cleckner off the Well As on to have earned for them the High Honor their teammates gave them. He had a word of High Praise for the High school football coaches. I Don t know How they do he said. They must stay up at nights planning their but throughout his talk Thomas music shop studio n. Main dial 3427-4 Entrance next to Thorn can s he urged the players to use their athletic ability to acquire an Edu cation that would permit Lavem to be champions in later life to take the places of Lead Iship in the Community now Oca pied by their parents and older friends come on Down to Soiman s Manet for farm fresh Metis groceries and vege Tihes insure with a member i insurance Board of Mansfield material that business needs hampering we the Busy business Man has found that the mail is slow and the Telegraph non responsive so to get an answer to his question As to when or where he can get material and supplies he has turned to the Telephone at his Side result local and Long distance Telephone Calls have zoomed to unprecedented Heights your Telephone company who had come to the banquet to pay them Honor. He climaxed i talk by showing technicolor Pic of the Indiana Nebraska game won by Indiana 27 to 7. Early in the evening the cheer leaders of senior High Bettj Timmons Betty Blake and Doro thy the crowd in an new Tife eos porcelain stiff tile guaranteed Fot life of building against cracking crazing or color fading. Work or ram Odryna. No for Cotor. Free my onto to Siml pm Chas. Hoffman co 30 w. Fourth 114 n. Walnut St butter prices hold up Here Market drops Mansfield housewives still were paying from 75 to 80 cents per Pound for butter today As the ask ing Price in Cleveland skidded As much As six cents to a Low of 70. While a spokesman for Kroger stores Here said they were Selling at 79 cents two cents above their prices last week an isaly Dairy company spokesman said prices charged at retail by his company were 75 to 76 cents. The Market is very unstable. There May be another drop of two or three cents per Pound later this week or next week. The trend has been downward since the mid dle of he said. One wholesale company in Mansfield Newt journal Mem fled o., jul. 14, Ini Cleveland reported a slash of nine cents during the last week and one Chain dropped its retail Price to 70 cents. Down Kat Hole Eugene an intensive drive to Poison Eugene rats they Cost the Day a minimum of a year or. A. Triolo City county health officer estimates. It costs a year just to feed each he pen Den says someone has said it in t the size of the dog that is in the it s the size of the fight that is in the dog that counts. How True that is with people too. Those we Admire most fight for what they know is right regard less of the Odds. Their names Are synonymous with High principle courage fortitude. Such names your name is Worth carving in Granite so that its influence May be extended beyond present life Mansfield Monument co. Chestnut St. At Altamont ave Mansfield Ohio select a cemetery lot and a family Monument curtains. 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