Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1944 Page: 6 of 8
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•rroneoita reflection upon the char
6tandhiR or reputation of an*
firm or corporation, which may
ur In any of The Reporter's public®
s will he cheerfully corrected upon be-
brought to attention of the publishers
Friday, Sept. 22, 1944
rublirtnd each afternoon Mcept ISat
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McBeath, Publish
also Sunday morning and its weeklv edit
on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter,
Inc. Entered ts second class matter at pest
ifflce in Sweetwater. Texas, Feb. 9, 192ft
Rita Weaver, City Editor
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Walker
and son, S/Sgt. Truman C. Walk-
er, were in Sweetwater Thursday
visiting friends and relatives.
Set. Walker has returned from
2? months of service in the
European theater of operation.;.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Surrev Henry
have as their guests this week
their son and daughter in law,
Lt. and Mrs. B. C. Henry. Li.
Henry is stationed at the Olovis
Army Air Field, N. M.
Dallas Crozler Tech 12, Dallas
Woodrow Wilson 0.
Beaumont South Park 51,
Beaumont St- Anthony's 0.
San Antonio Brackenridge 2",
Houston John Reagan 7.
Sweetwater 27 Fort Wort a
Masonic Home 9.
San Antonio Tech 1 I, San Ar.-
tonio Alamo Heights 0.
CLASS (TTTKKS STRIKK
SHREVEPORT. La. — (UP)
—The Jewel. Louisiana plant
or Libby-Owens-Ford company
is idle today after a walkout yes-
terday of glass cutters.
Manager C. H. Wright says
the entire plant has been shut
down because it is impractical
to accumulate a stock of uncut
glass. Fires burned in two fur-
naces, however, pending a set-
t'ement of the unspeciifed labor
HOLLYWOOD — (UP)
Screen writer Ben Hecht say;,
someone apparently got his pol-
itical wires crossed when he
published l-lecths' name as one
of the Hollywood —For-Dewey
"Why I didn't even think 1 was
eligible," Hecht says. "I'vs
been a slightly confused Roose-
velt follower for ever since I can
. pound or cortn made by duncan corctt to houitom t ktx
a nM I RATION IS 100% PURE
A BUnd ot thfFinest Coffees Grown!
Admiralio„ is 0,1 cofiee. H conlains no no d„,-nolWn3 bu, .he choices,.
mos, expensive wMe-beon co«ces .one, con bo, T,e dehcioos flavor of
give lo Admiration o onic,ue flavor ond o.o.o online ,ho, o, ony olher cof.ee
America. Once yo,vo ^ *.«- Admiro.ion no o.her cofloe
u a efferent taste lately V01'*
Regular Blend? Bitter? Perhaps Acid.
Perhaps yoo v. been ^ ono.her ^
hasn't beer, right Tastes Pat, bites ihe tongue as never ■
" h , r„t. po, or yourself Blame the coffee. Far many
dont blame your cjti«e P° , a es
II, - .ed their blends with cheap, inferior grade cottees,
roasters have adulterated t.,eir Pi. i .JUna costs Try
r. ,hus to cut down on higher war,,me selling costs.
a pat of Admiration and convince yourself.
WHERE ALL TASTES MEET
To Sit At Peace
Table For Movies
HOLLYWOOD —(UP) — Pro-
ducer Jack Warner says motion
picture executives must have a
seat at the world peace table to
insure postwar screen freedom
in every nation.
He told the screen . writers
Guild in Hollywood last night
that the film industry must pay
for postwar screen freedom by
having the courage to say what
it thinks in films about contro-
Warner said the only attacks
the movie industry need fear are
those of people who want to lim-
it free discussion. He added:
"We cannot agree to the barr-
ing of motion picture cameras
any more than we could consent
to the exclusion of the press and
Dallas To Close
Shop On V-Day
DAI.,LAS —(lTPl — The stage
is set for holidays with pav
when the European war is at an
The National War Labor Board
ays employers who close their
hops on V-E Day may pay their
workers regular wages for the
ilay without making application
to the board.
However, the board cautions
against, work stoppages that
would interfere with the produc-
tion effort necessary to bring
the war with Japan to a speedy
Action was taken in response
to inquires from employers ask-
ing permission to pay straight
time on V-E Day although their
places are closed
Pivot For Bears
Again I his Year
Bulldog Turner, brother of
: Jay Turner, Sweetwater cattle-
man. will again hold down the
pivot slot for Ihe Bears, Chic-
Bulldog or Ch de. is playing his
sixth season ol proball. A veter-
an. he is showing fine form for
his team that is growing in op-
timism in spile oi' the fact that
Sid Luckman and Bob Snyder
wil1 not return.
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got five at left end, the Ponies
were penalized 15 for holding.
Towner tosseil to Dismuke for
two and ran it four.
Heaving to Scott who was in
the clear Towner again tossed a
counter with Scott running 20
yards. Bob Brown drop kicked
the extra ponit. Score 14-0. Deep-
er left the game.
Hutto made three after tak-
ing Scott's out of bounds kick on
(he 35 as the quarter ended. Ken-
neth Dismuke stopped Fain for
two. Hutto sprinted to Sweetwat-
er's 45 on a beautiful off tackle
play, for a first down, lie pass-
ed three times, one good for
three, and punted to the five,
Bob returning 12 yars to the 17.
Scott was smothered for a 7
yard loss. Towner replaced Bob
Brown. Elrod punted from his
10 out to the 42, Hutto returning
two. Hogan was stopped still by
Lincoln for no gain and Hutto
again was held for a yard. Hogan
got off a thrilling punt that
i owner picked off the five and
brought back to the 43. The
ball was brought back to the 20,
Scott showing speed in a 10 yard
dash for a first down, and four
Mites drew a five yard penal-
ty. Towner made it a first down
and the Ponies were set back 15
on a offensive holding penally.
Towner quick-kicked to the Ma-
son's 40. Hutto galloped for a
first down. Dismuke hauled a
good one to Fain making it a
first down. His next heave was
wide and they drew an off-side
penalty. Shirley Hedrick recov-
On a wide end sweep Towner
the 47 \\i.s recovered by the Ma-
sons, Hutto was desperate and
got six and Feagan five and a
first down. Scott's fumble or
•heaved three incomplete. Hog-
j an's kick was partially blocked
and fell on the 41. Towner hurl-
ed his first incomplete pass. He
: picked up three and passed to
| Dismuke who leaped high to
! haul it in on the 45. A first
^ down. Elrod booted to the 26
I and Hogan dashed three as the
half ended. Score 14-0.
Hutto made two after Scott
had booted out on the 10. Hut-
to's pass meant for Fain failed
and he was smothered for an 8-
yard loss. Hogan's kick was tak-
en by Towner on the 23 and re-
turned 35 yards. He tossed a
corked to Feagan for a first
down and dashed five more. 1-Ie
counted for another first down
pass to Dismuke and Scott
scampered 20 yards to the seven.
In two tries Feagan got six. Tow-
ner again plunged six for a
score. Bob Brown's toe was good
for the point on a drop kick.
Score 21-0. Brown booted it out
on the 35.
Lincoln stopped Hutto who
then passed to Jordan for seven
and ran wide for three. The Ma-
J son's fumble was recovered by
I Dismuke and Gerald carried two.
i Towner's pass was intercepted
I by Hutto who galloped to (ho It.
He made three and was brought
down by a hard tackle by Owen.
Hogan lost four and Hutto's pass
was low. Towner returned Ho-
gan's kick six yards to the 3(i.
Towner then thrilled fans
weaving, cutting back, dashing
on a 30 yard run lateraling to
Elrod who carried to the eight,
netting a first down. Ponies clip-
ped and were set back 15 yards.
Towner got four and Brown two.
Deeper dropped back and un-
unleashed a touchdown pass to
Clyde Bonner, substitute end for
another tally. Bob's toe failed.
Hogan picked Scott's kick off
the three and carried it 12 yards,
fumbled and recovered. Fain was
stopped for two yards and Hutto
was hurt, as his team drew five
for backfield in motion. He stay-
ed in the game and dashed for
two. Hogan punted to the 50,
Towner returning 20 yards.
Brown passed to .foe Kinsey,
substitute back, for four, and
the quarter ended.
Coach Alexander began shoot-
ing in reserves including Fish-
er Mays, Kenneth Timmons,
Kinsey. Junior DeGaish, J. Hand,
Lawrence Nelson, Jack Taylor,
who is recovering of rib in-
juries and Sam Pate.
Bob, trying out his passing
attack shot a long one to Bon-
ner on the 24. His pass to Mays
was good for four and a first
down. His next heave was in-
complete and the Masons inter-
cepted the fourth on the II.
Hogan picked up five on an end
run and Hutto made it a first
down, behind fine blocking.
Hutto tossed one incomplete
to Fain and Scott grabbed his
next one out of the air on the 43.
Brown hurled an 18 yard beauty
to Kinsey for a first down and
again to Bonner for another first
down. He hit Mays for five. Kin-
sey failed to buck the Mite line
and Brown passed to Bonner in-
complete. The ball went over on
Hutto, speedy, smooth running
end twisted away from the Pon-
ies on a first down dash. He
lost three and passed incomplete
to Jordan. Lincoln broke up his
toss to Fain. Brown took Ho-
gan's boot on the 32 returning
to the 11. Brown uncorked two
to Mays, one good for four yards
Mrs. Ray Mask *
New President Of •
Alathean Class •
Members of the Alathean claf-s
of the First Baptist church met
recently for a covered dish
luncheon at the social hall^of
the church. •
After the luncheon a brief
business meeting was held and
off ers for the coming year
elected. The new officers an:
president, Mrs. Ray Mask; *jee-
pdesident, Mrs. Mondel RuSell;
fellowship vice-president, Mr1-'.
L. L. Mercer; stewardship vice-
president, Mrs F. L. Turpin;
secretary, Mrs. J. if. Timmons;
and group captains, Mrs. \V^ S.
Tow ers. Mrs. D. C. Wilson,* n.i
Mrs. W. C. Haley.
Others present were Mines.
W. M Mullins, H. W. Mclii-
tyre, William Fomby, Grady
Odom, Homer Baxter, Mjrbei
Merrifield, C. E. Lambert, W. C.
Wilson, Loyd McBeth. Ray Mask,
O. Gallamore, and Florence Mul-
FACES SENTENCE £
Alonzo Weatherly, former Ft.
Worth railway mail clerk, face}
a five year sentence in a feder-
al penitentiary after pleading
guilty to theft of .$15,000 in-casn
j from a registered mail po\®h.
Weatherly testified that he
| had a weakness for gambling
and that he thought he could
beat the gamblers and repay the
Jtulge T. Whitfield Da\®son
deferred sentence on an indict-
ment on SYiother theft.
and lie then quick-kicked to the
Dependable Hutto made Tnree
and opened up with three pass-
es. two incomplete, lie hit Flet-
cher for seven yards. Gainer was
| shifted to center' replacing Lin-
Coin who played fine bail more
than 50 minutes of the
Hogan's kick was returned five
yards to the 30 by Bob Brown.
Kinsev made four yards. Score
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