Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 267, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 12, 1946 Page: 2 of 6
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Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1946. Sweet water, Texas PAGE TWO
The Sweetwatei-'CKlessa game
as seen by United Press:
ODESSA. Nov. 12 (U.R) — The
Odessa high school Broncos yes-
terday unleashed a savage
ground and aerial attack to
sweep aside the Sweetwater
Mustangs by a 3:1 to 13 score.
After a scoreless first quar-
ter, the Broncos steamed into
the second period for two quick
tallies. Havden Fry scored the
first touchdown from t h <_>
Sweetwater nine. The tally run
followed a sustained drive by
air and ground from the Odessa
40 yard line.
Fry tallied again :i few min-
utes later from the one-foot line.
Byron Town-end scored for
Odessa early in the third- on a
beautiful Ra-yard. sprint. Kry
took the Sweetwater kick on his
1") and laterialled to Town-
send who flashed vij> the middle
on his right to pay dirt.
Sweetwater tallied in the
third after seven completed
]insses. The touchdown flip was
from Doil Feagan from the five
to Fisher Mays in the end zone
Odessa scored again early in
the fourth quarter. The touch-
down came after a r>0 yard pass
play from Fry to end Bobby-
Moorman. Moorman gathered in
the ball on the .">() and went over
Midway in the last period. Fry
heaved a long one to Townsend.
To Have Reception
For Two Ministers
There will be a reception
the Firnt Methodist church
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock
for Rev- and Mrs. T. M. John-
son and Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Long,
who are to move to their new
places of work this week.
The membership of the
church, as well as friends of
both families from other church-
es. are cordially invited to at-
tend the reception.
MUSTANGS BOWtO BRONCHOf 33d 0 >13
By Jodie Ferguson
Some 12,000 fans saw the fav-;
ored Odessa Bronchos roll a 331
to 13 victory over a weaker
Sweetwater Mustang eleven yes-
in one of the top games:
itate on Fly field in Odes-1
Is Appointed As
Executor Of Will
The will of Mrs. Mollie Mal-
lisia I.ewallen. written October
K. 10-13. was read this morning
to heirs in the office of the
Justice of Peace M. ('. Manroe.
The will named Zach Lewal-
len of Sweetwater as sole exe-
Heirs are Zach and Wade
Lewallen of Sweetwater: Mrs.
Mary Ethel Kennedy, wife of
Houston Kennedy of Taylor
county; ;ind Mrs. Annie Lewal-
len. wife of William Lewallen
of Xolan countv; and her grand-
child. Mrs. Clara Davis, of No-
lan county, listed as the daugh-
ter of the testatrix's deceased
Has Chicken Dinner
The Harvester class of the
Highland Heights Methodist
church met in the basement of
the church for a Thanksgiving
The tables were decorated
with red and white chrysanthe-
mums. Chicken dinner was
served. After the dinner, a short
business session was held, fol-
lowed by games. Thirty class
members and guests were pres-
Although Odessa won the game
by a margin of 20 points, the Mus-
tangs put up a fine defensive
Both teams hit with ground
and pass attacks that resulted in
considerable damage to each
Most spectacular run of the
I game came when the fast, elu-
sive. fullback. Byron Townsend
took the ball on his own 15 from
I the second half kickoff and be-
hind beautiful blocking broke
i into the open and raced through
| the Mustang secondary for 85
j yards to go over standing up.
Another fine play of the game
came when til!. Hayden Fry took
j his time and slung a 35 yard
| pass to the waiting arms of RK.
Bob Moorman who raced 15
yards to go over the double
Ponys fought their way back
into the game during the middle
of the third quarter to rack up
a quick seven points. It took that
many fast-action passes from Doil
Feagan. and Don Lambert, to go
all the way. with the dependable
ends. Troy Stone and Fisher
Mays receiving. It was Mays who
nabbed a 5 yard aerial from the
arm of Feagan to score in the
left coffin corner.
Byron Townsend played an out-
standing game for the Broncho
displaying his swift running
ability, and his accurate passing,
Hayden Fry put in his fine bit
of action by his powering drives
that accounted for two tallys.
Although the Broncs seemed
to run wild at times, there was
trouble brewing on the other side
of the line: for b big percent of
the time they ran into a 190-
brick wall, center Abe Lincoln,
who dug his cleats into the boggy
imud. and dealt the Odessa backs
a bad time. This was the finest
game Lincoln had put out and he
Results of footbal' games yes-
Fort Stockton 31. lraan 0,
giving Ft. Stockton the district.
Abilene 30. Lamesa 0.
Coleman 11. Ballinger 13.
Kilgore Jr. College
Has Ardent Fan
DALLAS Nov. 12 (U.R) — The
Dallas Morning News believes it
:has found this year's most ar-
dent Kilgore Junior College fan.
The Ian called all the way
from Los Angeles to ask the
News sports desk how Kilgore
fared against Lamar Junior Col-
lege last weekend.
When told that Kilgore won
by a 10 to (i score, the long-dis-
tance caller let loose with a typ-
ical Texas yell.
Bronchos 15 where it was nab-
bed by the fast man Townsend.
Then came the best play of the
game as Townsend raced 85
yards to score standing up. Point
The Pony eleven got back in-
to the ball game during the third
quarter and hit Ector county
boys with all they had, high and
low, and drove their way over
to score, it was the seven well
aimed passes of Feagan and Lam-
bert that did the trick. Mays bag-
plged a five-yard pass in the end
zone that counted for fi points,
then booted the extra making 7
for the home town.
But the Odessa squad quickly
got things under control and
hit with aerials that counted for
large gains in yardage and an-
other couple of touchdowns mak-
ing them ahead 33 to 7.
Along about this time, Coach
Gerald sent in the Mustang sec-1
ond team and several gooil plavsj
resulted. Gray. English, Matth-
ews, Nelson. Geisler, Long and |
Allen got in a good bit of action
for the Ponys. as did the fine]
Sgt. Brewer Spent
Furlough In Baguio
Camp On Luzon
BAGUIO, P. I., Oct. 20 (De-
layed — Sergeant William G.
Brewer, Sweetwater recently
spent an eleven-day furlough
in Baguio Luzon, summer capi-
tal and playground of the
Philippines, as a guest of the
camp John Hay Leave Center.
Sgt. Brewer enlisted in the
Army August 27, 1943, from
Sweetwater, where his wife, Mrs.
Faye Jo Ann Brewer, now re-
sides at 20(i Bell street. After
training, he embarked with the
7th division for overseas duty,
January 0, 1014. in Bouganville,
Okinawa and the Philippines.
Sgt. Brewer attended the West
ward school in Sweetwater. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E- Brew-
er, reside at Route No.2, Canton,
He has been awarded the
Purple Heart, presidential Cita-
tion, Infantry Combat Badge,
and the Asiatic-Pacific Theater,
Good Conduct, Philippine Liber-
ation and Victory Ribbons. Sgt.
Brewer is now Platoon Sergeant.
86th Meeh. Cav. Troop, APO
Have Weiner Roast
The Royal Ambassadors of
the First Baptist church met
Friday evening at the Hampton
cabinet shop, 101 Musgrove.
The boys roasted frankfur-
ters and piayed games. Present
were Morris and Norman Bax-
ter. Hal and Jerry McGlothing,
George and Joe Stevens, Elmer
Doggett, Billy Wayne Womack,
Preston Hill, Dickie Amos.
Richard Jenkins, David and
Gaylon Gee Is
R. K. Neel Gulf Station
WASHING - GREASING
See Us For Your
R. K. Heel
700 W. Broadway
R. H. Harden
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gee re-
cently gave a birthday party
for their daughter, Gaylon, at
their home. 1201 Lamar street.
Games were played and cake,
punch and lollipops were serv-
ed. Guests were LeRoy DeBusk.
Sammy Fullingim, Max Garland.
W. B. Whisenant, Martha Tran-
tliam, Sarah and Mary Hender-
son, Jo Ann Weems. Doris Polk.
Mary Opal Whisenant, Alseon
ATTENTION, MOTHERS! It looking f<*
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Iry Durham's Nu-Mo-Rub, the new Gula-
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CATCHING DRl'G STOKE!
Nicky Baulch, Maurice Davis,
and sponsors Bill Hampton an I
F. J. Gibson.
I • Backache, loss of pep, getting up nights,
and headache are often caused by nothing
more than improper kidney action due to
excess acid in the urine. Kidneys are one
of Nature's ways of removing impurities
from the blood. And when these impurities
back up, trouble may start.
So if you have these troubles, give your
kidneys and bladder a good flushing out
by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It
works on the kidneys to flush them out,
increasing the flow of urine to help relieve
that excess acidity and ease that burning
when you pass water, helps that bladder
irritation that gets you up nights.
Made of fl5 herbs, roots, vegetables, and
balsams, Swamp-Root is absolutely non-
habit forming. Caution: take as directed.
For free trial supply, send to Dept. Z,
Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford,
Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp-
Root today at your drugstore.
Perry's New and Used
Furniture Co. j
Pays Highest Prices for
Your I'seel Furniture
Phone 2386 313 Oak
Choice of while or pink base
Crystal with pink or blue trim
Crystal holder in pink or hlue
Porcelain with pull chain for
ceiling lights. Combined with
119 W. Bdwy.
Sweetwater To El Paso
It's here—Arrwrii an Hu<lines announces
new, fast !,()(.! \l, service. (Jo from your
town to other Texas points at time-sav-
ins: speetJ. See how much you save, yet
ride FIRST CI.ASS in new, air-c« n li-
tioned buses. Inquire at your friemlly
American Buslines agent NOW !
TYPICAL LOW FARES
J. 1. WHITE, Agent
304 K. Bdw y Phone 821
THE LINE THAT SERVES AIL AMERICA
C. S. TO GET TOCGH
WASHINGTON. Nov. 12. (U.R)—
A State Department official hints
that the United States may adopt
a "get tough" policy will Gen-
eralissimo Chiang Kai-Shek.
The latter took the ball on the
lil'teen and ambled over.
The Mustangs tallied in the
final minutes against Odessa
PILES Hurt Like
Sin! But Now I Grin
Thousands change groans to grins. Use a
real (/'«tor*' formula for distress of piles;
sent druggists by noted Thornton &
Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK pallia-
tive relief of pain, itch, soreness. Helps
soften hard parts; tends to shrink swell-
ing. Use? tlortors' way today. Get tube
Thornton & Minor's Rectal Ointment or
Thornton & Minor Rectal Suppositories.
If not delighted, low cost is refunded.
At all good drug stores everywhere
was the spark of the Ponv line, i , , , ,, „ ,
Another headache the' Bron-!1,lavll1g of LH' Dulaney and Bax
ehos suffered from was the fight-
ing mad left guard. Kenneth Tim-
mons. who blocked and tackled
Ilia way with the finest action a
lineman could offer.
Morris 1-linshaw, .fames Tim-
1 moils, and Jerry Smith showed
j Odessa that this game was no
; push-over by their rugged line
Two of the hardest hitting
j Mustangs were the ends. Troy
j Stone and Fisher Mays who
drove their way for good offen-
sive set-backs, and points for the
Doil l-'eagan's passing and land
drives was the spark of the Mus-
I tang back field: as were the
thrusts of Bulldozed Don Lam-
bert's bone ( racking center plun-
! ges that accounted for li points.
; and the hard driving right half.
Iter Lambert, who made consid-
erable gains in yardage.
During the last minutes of the
[game, the Mustangs got under
I way again with a fine aerial at-
tack that set the stage for their
j last score. It came when tin
i big fullback. Don Lambert found
| a waiting hole at center, and
|butted through for the marker
' making a final score of 13 to 33
in favor of Odessa.
. Gained Passing
asses Completed ;
Hunts (i for
Penalties (i for
B. F. Goodrich
TIRES AND TUBES
Wc now have a good stock of 400 x 8 tires,
tubes and wheels on hand.
Willys Jeep Dealer
Klmer Shaw, who made several
' good plunges, and fast sprints:
1 of the shift. Junior DeGaish, who
played well on offense and de-
No score came during the first
j quarter but both teams were on
the march as it ended. Fine line
i action on both sides held the
, backs down.
Early in the second period, the
Bronchos stampeded and got. mi-
lder way for their first marker
with Townsend and Gabrel blaz-
• ing the way to set up the score,
i Then with a quick charge
I through center, like some enrag-
j ed bull, QB Fry plowed his way
■ over. Point was good by Fry.
| Aaain in the second quarter,
j the Bronchos got on the move
I with Townsend pitching passes
to the ends to set up the score.
Willi a second down on the Mus-
| tangs one-foot line. Fry skyrock-
leted hi< way through the midrlie
! of the line to score, then convert-
i ed for the point, making the
: score 1 ! t<> 0 at the end of the
Sweetwater booted at the half |
with Mays getting his foot into
a fine kick that sailed to the
To buy, build or re-flnance
your home. Commercial loans
and FHA Loans.
H. A. WALKER
Texas Bank Building
Puffer Hubbard Electric Re-
frigerator, 30 cu. ft. Two glass
Electric Water Heaters, Dairy
Clean Easy Electric Milkers
Electric Water Puinps
Electric Pence Chargers
Electric Heating Pad
Electric Coffee Makers
Electric Ely Sprays and Paint
Oil Cook Stoves
New G-E Products
114 Cedar Phone 721
Double Purpose Ji
X'man Tree Lights
The 7-light set Shown con be effectively used on
either indoor or outdoor trees! Wordshoso complete
selection of electric Christmas decorations includ-
ing stars, wreaths, bell clusters, colored bulbs, etc
Soft, Cuddly Stuffed Animals
Wrr/i It unit Rett
Bunk bed is beautifully made :; . comes apart to
form twin beds for her dollies! Na!uin! finish with
colorful peasant designs on head and fool. 18
•n^der for top bunk. Mattresses not included.
Grandpa had the stubbornist, orniest
mule in the county, and often had to
build a fire under him to get him started.
Then he went off like a shot! But finally
one day when Grandpa built a fire undet
him, the mule started — but he moved
just far enough to pull the wagon over
the flames . . . and stop!
Too bad about that wagon .... and
Grandpa's whiskers were singed a bit too!
Don't wait until Fire makes you "get a
move on." Get a good start now and see
us about adequate insurance to value.
Phone, write or call here.
Fire and Casualty Insurance
.10.-1 Oak St. Phone 911
We Have A Big Stock Of
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There are many new items in this slock. New shipments are
received most every day. See these bargains. You can save
All Metal Suitcases
Metal Lockers (tax included)
ARMY SURPLUS STORE
We are open till !) p. in. Saturdays to accommodate rural
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These stuffed toys have been selected
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A Fiber Hoeker
A comfortable rocker like the big folks have) Has
solid back and arms and a removable padded
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Wonderful presents for hours of educational en-
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Triplett, G. D. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 267, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 12, 1946, newspaper, November 12, 1946; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth283405/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.