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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

■m WmtWm THURSDAY, MAY *6, nB ri.;«P '• WK ?r«B. •.: : " T"■■;■•'" P'WJ, ZiW- .",1 RflKw?!! .-■ i ." lireiPBF m # /• ram pv| fyM'- i:2&f'fiiw; %Vi s Is SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE ; l§i§l c Exercises For Lewis Faculty to # Do Summer Work Faculty members of the John R. Lewis school are about ev- enly divided on school and oth- er vacation plans. Principal W. Q D. Mauldin and Mrs. Mauldin will lead the list by working on their master degrees at the University of Texas. Miss Bernice Alexander will be at home in Spur, but plans 0 to attend school six weeks at the University of New Mexico in Alburquerque. Miss Alice Can- non will remain in Sweetwater. Mrs. Jewell Maxwell will at- tend school at East Texas State # Teachers college at Commerce, her home town. Mrs. L. C. King will attend Hardin-Simmons, and so will Mrs. Roy Rasco, driving to and from Sweetwater. Mrs. R. L. ® Dalby will be at home in Sweetwater. Miss Theo Wil- liams will be in Granger, her home. Miss Hest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

I " • r • I- Kf{ f.p | - R1 |®?'f s m Iffj tP-I-i of the pu If Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER-Fraiures SSS&SM- _1 -™r*a THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1938 T'i) except PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS u„lvll «■ second clua mittir ffTn™ in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. . George fiennitt and Russell Bennitt, Pub* Serenade In The Night i <&ri « And when He is come, He icill re• prove the ivorld of sin, and of righteous• liens, and of judgment.—John 16;8. Our Lord lias written the promise of the resurrection, not in hooks alone, but in every leaf in springtime.—Luth- er. THE GRADUATES HOLD SWAY WHEREVER SCHOOLS MAY BE Hail to the graduates! This is then- day and time, the season when they hold first place in our hearts and minds. After completing a definite period of their education they are entitled to our congratulations and good wishes. Gradua- tion comes as a happy culmination of what possibly has seemed an unending time of study. But now, as the season of commence- ment is here, the long commu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

J J • t 0 THURSDAY, MAY SWEETWATER REPORTEH, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 9 Inch nnmi PIE 18 PACE BROS. FOOD MKT. -a— WOMEN'S WEAR; Hats ....1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINNW Phone 2553 on to Call 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:!>0 a. in. to 11:00 p. m. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better . Results" /. Q Try Charley's / V # Registered Optometrists ^ Expert examt- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Bass Bui's Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Protection and! preservation of* precious vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUAHT, O. D. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Hoots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP D & D TJIYI CITY 2007 I HA I 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service 4 SECTION RANCH Not too far from Sweet- water, worth the money, only .$4,000 cash to hand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

mm W> fe'l IIJ J ,ri mmm AY. MAT * ■ 19M ''S Party For Of Play compliment the cast of senior play, Mrs. Roy Ras- ertained at her home on street, with a three dinner Monday evening. i.Pour tables were laid in jgadeira and centered with Bowls holding spring flowers ijp many hues. Hand made place (Sards, carrying out the idea til the play which was "Three Strikes—You're Out", were baseballs topped with caps and a bat. Their names were inscrib- ed on the bat. Baseball caps were presented each guest as a favor. In the cast were Horace Young, Gloria Sadler, Jimmie Beall, John Palmer Leeper, Marcelle Moore, Henri Elizabeth Brown, Annie Marie Bullock, Mary Ruth Rasco, John Pep- per, Evelyn Harris and Fred Bonner. Others present were Miss Sara Wheat, director, Juno Brookes, Ira Barry and Cotton Spencer, stage managers; Jeafc Vandervoort, Spanish dance im- personator. Mrs. Rasco was assisted by Mrs. C. O. Fields, Miss Jane Rae Rogers and Mrs. Emmett Ras- co of Roscoe. After dinner the rema...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

iiiftaniiMf wifrfti o+vtutKti- mmm ■n r In |y It « ■■BPwPIEPKSI BsSf. .-m.mt >1 yC . — v > 1938 GRADUATION SECTION . >r$. « s'' v ; K &jfcvfP SECTION II Reporter SECTION II T: «• • 'T - vvW" * ... .i i. ■ in VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1938 1QOQ '' | GRADUATION SECTION NUMBER 349 108 Seniors To Receive *Diplomas Friday Night Senior banquet in the Blue Bonnet hotel at 8 o'clock to- night, and commencement exer- cises at 8 o'clock Friday night in municipal auditorium will' conclude formal honors for the 308 members of the 1938 graduat- ing class of Newman high school, sponsored by Miss Ethel Har- Kins and Alec Edwards. Horace Young is toastmaster for the banquet tonight. The program will be opened with the song, "Memories", with Tommie Lou Yoakum as leader and Wanna Ruth Beal at the piano. Supt. R. S. Covey will give the invocation. Mickey I Tubb will bring the class his- tory. A quartet number will be presented by Miss Yoakum, Berah...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

■ ■rnvrf THURSDAY/ MAY 26, 1938 atest Type of Graduates Honor Sponsors and Class Mother lj M l' _ . .. . . .. . • And Equipment Are Gives Mirkhwl Treatment From left to right, top to bottom: Mickey Tubb, Horace Young, Evelyn Harrfe, Marcelle Moore, Alec Edwards and Miss Ethel Harkins, sponsors, John Palmer Leeper, Mrs. O. O. Harris, class mother, Thomas Spencer, and Nell Johnston. The John R. Lewis school located in south Sweetwater is the "last word in elementary School plants," according to Ross S. Covey, superintendent of city schools. The Lewis school building was completed last year portly af- ter school opened, and together with the building built a few years ago, the group forms an "H", the center having a Span- ish courtyard with shrubs, lawn, trees, and flowers. The building-is of the most modern construction, complete- ly furnished with modern eq- uipment, which includes ideal lighting and seating arrange- ments. Movable Work Tables The school has an outstanding feature wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

26, 1938 !ifl^v:;^'!T?i^SSSB-wW'*'*^109,1 ' '' " ;': '•■ -.vi " >'■<:. . „. <■" *.■ fT-kf viraf^ ■' •*'- '■'.' M1' •t'.**f; ••; ',VS .. -;••*> :':,(ii4;M •• ••'' 17 "•:.#■■ 1937-8 Ter nding I It In. He® •More Students, More Teachers •In City System Physical Equipment Is Enlarged and Improved, • High Standard of Work A summary of Sweetwater school achievement for the year sketched by Supt. R. S. Covey •discloses increased enrollment, addition of facilities, new courses, more teachers engag- ed, buildings erected and re- paired, and all done without im- pairing the financial status of the system. Despite the many added facili- ties, and those contemplated, the school officials have not ask- ed nor received additional levies #ior bonds. In fact, the finance for these additions has come through combined economy, in- crease in valuation and heavier collection of delinquent taxes, reflecting prosperity for the city *s well as its schools. Standard High The standard of work don...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

•v&iSSwt ' . . Protective College Material for 1938-M42 Left to right, top to bottom: Norman Mliafer, Fannie Gaibraith, Mable Cor- bin, Edwin McUaniel, Byron Mayfiel<l, Marjorie Moore, OolUe Belie Perintan, Ulen Dearborn, Ira Barry and Helon Scott. Salaries, | id Last Tern Reaches $46323 Funds Sufficient For Long Sessions in Each Of Ten Rural Districts Determination of Nolan coun- ty citizens to keep pace with the rapidly changing world has led to the development of one of the best rural school sys- tems in the South. From the beginning of the first school in this area, which was located on Fish Creek in the Hytton community, through fifty-geven years of early strug- gle with inadequate funds and facilities, the system has today advantages second to nflne in the state. Farsightedness plus the assistance of those citizens whose deep interest in educa- tion prompted their untiring ef- forts, is responsible in a large part for the present status of the 10 districts in the county...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

pfW :3&'- ire Ith J1."'! |1SS ral lutrey Ivatei- Inet i. Texas llliott pro- rater |ngc#> eni- will lowen |g Di- ll logo |in HI Miss Ichool 1 vacii mo^ lienis. easing |)0 of Jnited • . { l AT, HAY 26, 1930 va SECTION _ — iiiiM.m^ ■ '' "■ , ' 1 ' 1 Nearly Million Dollars Invested In Sweetwater Sch tit 4 • First Structure Was 2-Story B ox, Erected in 1882 Land Donated by Texas & Pacific; Today There Are Eight Buildings Sweetwater's present school system has come a long way from the first public school, a two-story box structure built of unfinished lumber in the 200 block on East Third street. The present system of seven schools, with modern equipment and faci- lities is a far cry from that mea- ger beginning. The desire for education is even more pre- valent than it was in 1882, the date of the first building, for conditions demand a trained and skilled worker to compete with the ever-growing indus- tries. Today, Sweetwater citizens have nearly a million dollars in- vested i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

\ / «Sr' ,«•; ■ V , ■a ■ Class of 1938 ' B ; Pi You are to be complimented for the courage and ambition it took to reach this first major objective in your life. The same determination you have dis- played iii attaining this goal will carry you far in realizing success in the fu- ture. Face the Future With a Smile On Your Lips + Class of 1938 You have passed another educa- tional milestone. There are many more milestones within your reach if you have the will to be courageous and press upward and onward. The entire com- munity of Sweetwater is back of you in all your future constructive efforts. There Is No Substitute For Ambition and Effort We Are Happy to Join in Extending Our Best Wishes and Congratulations R. S. Covey Superintendent of City Schools J. H. Williams Newman High Principal Mrs. Virginia E. Stanfield County Superintendent Sweetwater Floral Company Miss Elizabeth Comolli Burton-Lingo Company Sue s Hat Shop Miss Sue Pendergrass Sunbeam Market Place The Tavern Mr. and Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

iJW'f' • t tvmmtfftr*] WW mmtim ON FRENCH TO They Led Fight for Wage-Hour Bill Fighting along the home stretch, leaders In the drive (or passage of the wages and hours bill are pictured as they conferred before the house brought the controversial mea- sure to the floor for a final vote. With Mrs. Mary Norton (D—N. J.), chairman of the House Labor Committee and author of the bill, are Representatives Gerald L. Boileau (Prog.-—Wis.), left, and Arthur D. Healey, (D.—Mass.). FDR Not To Sign Tax Revision Bill ARTHURDALE, W. Va. — & (UP)—President Roosevelt an- nounced to this mountain com- munity and a nation - wide radio audience today that he will allow the new tax revision bill to become law at midnight tonight without his signature. It was the first time since he became president in 1933 that he had taken the unusual course of allowing an act of congress to become law with- out his signature. The president announced his action in an unprecedented speech delivered to an audience o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

He to Hit ?s Offering Winners Uncork WW! Heavy Guns With Corners Bombarded IIP t Gulf Oil defeated Internation- al ten in the finale at City Park last night in a Sweetwater Rec- reation Softball loop contest, 11 to 2. Game was much closer than the score indicates, with International constantly threat- ening to score, although the usu- ally heavy clouters did not reg- ister hits. In the second inning, Mc- Glothin reached first on a walk by Pitcher Lee, stole sec- ond, and came home on an er- ror by Greer, Gulf third base- man. Lee pitched sensationally for Gulf, meting out a single hit and two runs to his opponents, See INTERNATIONAL Page 6 KIPE. L large, iiicy, full-ripened by the I? gun — now good they would J taste next winter! And now is the very time to make jams and jellies while strawberries are at their best and cheapest. You can do it easily—anyone can, even if they have never cooked before—by using PEN-JEL, America's most economical jelly-maker. One Easy Recipe for any Jam,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

a o$£ii&s &tSMm .... .-..«,,g.„, i. .- .': . ' • FRHMY, MAY . Wf, !<** - '' ^TT* ■ • • ";r mr ~f ■« SWEETWATER REPOHTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FAW COME CARRY THE BARGAINS AWAY! GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY WWW ' >") f si . Del Monte Apricots *r IQy . --Y:_:gj:!:V,,j.i. ' j.,!V-iJJ-4- ' WSlmMMimdiMMiii m Armour's Veribcst Milk 8 Small Cans 2S* Tropical Brand TC A 2 oz. in beautiful Safe Edge Glass g- I EH Reg. price 10c JfJ AAT( 3 Minute, lge. round pkg. IrM I V Toy Auto Free Tasty Summer DRINK 19c 25c POST TOASTIES2 X 15c 12'/ac pkg. Huskies FREE 3 10c bottles Campbell's Tomato Soup 1 7IC Tomatoes, No. 2 can Corn, No. 2 can M — Spinach, No. 2 can i 1 2 • Hominy, No. 2Vi can 1 pjf J j 4"% Pure Grape Juice Lfiurcn S tbr, t 1J3IC No Sugar Added Juice Served in our Store Friday Afternoon and Saturday Full Qt. 28* 2 lb. Box CHB TOMATO JUICE gal. KRAFT MACARONI DINNER, 19c Size KRAFT FRENCH DRESSING, 19c bot. 15 Kelloggs CORN FLAKES \ 3 lge. pkg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

>4% '.*> ■ SWEETWATER. TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1938 God, thai comforteth thoae that «, comforted u* by the coming of II Corinthian* 7{6. lall created comforts, God is the leader; you ► die borrower, not the owner.—Rutherford. ANNUAL POPPY DAY l afeEANS TO HELP DISABLED VETS M Tomorrow's Poppy Day sale is entitled to public <r gupport as an annual affair contributing to the benefit erf war veterans. The sale is undertaken by veteran or- ganizations to raise funds for those who were disabled ■ In war. Certainly such a cause is most worthy. Each year a day is set aside by the veterans to promote the sale of the poppies. Volunteer forces give of their time to solicit the public. There is no paid organization to carry on the work so the great- est possible return goes to the disabled men, who during their long hours of hospitalization fashion the flowers. Both Governor James V. Allred and our own Mayor B. N. Roberts have designated Poppy Day by suitable proclamation. With this sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

•«- -' ■* ? *- *vim&-z*&#-.. jfeHiMiMf liillfllr mflfrtte *. ' :.m (itibte. ■■■• W2t ^W: W'^-~'K*4TV V ">. • ti MAY 27, 19SB SWEETWATER aw SWEETWATER, TEXAS j AGEmr iait^SPI Rotan's Paved Main Street to Be Opened Soon High School Cheer Leaders Selected For 1938-39 Season BV MRS. P. B. KNOTT ROTAN — It is expected that a portion of the main street paving will be opened to traffic Saturday. The project has been watched with interest since paving of the street has been sought for a long time. CHEER LEADERS ARE ELECTED ROTAN — Marjorie Aaron has been elected president of the Rotan high school pep squad for the 1938-39 term. Francis John Heliums was chosen vice-president; Helen Duff, secretary; Empress Day, treasurer; Margaret Davis, re- porter; Marquerite Harris, head yell leader; Martha Lane and Glendeen Parker, assistant lead- ers. Thoroughfare Soon To Be Open® Sweetwater Loses Its Lone Woman Veteran, Mrs. George Mcllvaine At The Theatres m MltS. GERALD 18 HOSTESS TO CLUB R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

ikJlfe VMM > ,f m. i tut* wtiv^6s To Draw ists Of Teachers During Summer travel, school, and the varied pursuits faced by Newman high D faculty members, with undecided as to their va- plans. J. H. Williams will teach 11 at Hardin-Simmons, then With Mrs. Williams will take a. short tour into the Rcvkies. a pt b. «s. Covey will spend most of tpe summer at home in Sweet#ater, planning to attend 14ons International convention in Oakland, Calif., in July. Alec Edwards plans to attend University of Texas six weeks, then he and Mrs. Edwards r>lan a trip through the nortb ast. J. W. Halbert is teaching nigh school subjects in the Reagan summer school. Miss Laura Sheridan will attend the Uni- versity of New Mexico at Al- buquerque, studying English and journalism. Miss Virginia Murray will work on home-mak- ing projects in Sweetwater ear- ly, and has not decided on lat- er plans. Attend Universities Miss Velma Sharp will be at home in Abilene, and may at- tend summer term at Colorado S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

AY, MAT 27, "jfrr* SWEETWATER BEPOllTEK, SWEEIVAttRi Tflfl PACE CREAM HORNS 3 For IOC PACE BROS, mkt" 1 WOMEN'S WEARf MTANTEDMi You ta Call 2007 Fr«e Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Reatal Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:30 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Owa Cartoonist So* ni Judge and Mrs. R. C '"mae, 001 East Third Btn Sweetwater "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better _ Results" |Ol| Try Charley's \ V I Hats ... .1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WIN*® Bass Bugs Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Phone 2553 Registered Optometrists , Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Bootd BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP 4 SECTION RANCH Not too far from Sweet- water, worth the money, only $4,000 cash to handle. 320 acre stock farm cheap. Have good client, wants to re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 May 1938

58 S :~I ' ' *' ^«•'11 « * " ^ EHii : News Briefs ould Major In Economy Perfect for class day and sure to be tre sweet girl graduate's favorite dress all summer, this handmade frock of silk crepe comes in all pastel colors as well as white. Notice the min- ute tucks and the beautiful hemstitching — all done by hand. and the row of plain pearl buttons. Czako-East Vows To Be Read Sunday A. M. East, former Nolan eountv sanitarian, and now works manager of Midland, vis- ited here briefly this morning en route to Ennis where early Sunday he is to be married to Miss Christine Czako. former demonstration agent of this county. Sweetwater friends to attend the wedding are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sparkman, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bell. Miss Viarena Stin- son and Verne Dalton. Mr. Sparkman is to be best man at the ceremony to be read at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. M. M. Czako. BY MARIAN YOUNG V KA Correspondent NEW YORK — The smart little sweet girl graduate picks her commencement week ward- robe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

I w M i} • i o >V.-r :vr ■ $ ||||jB||^^®^ 'I■ V. •??:.. -fl AY* (in ---—w <"• "j? •iSw i' .:■■■' ? ' ', /' •. Mi--#' • :>'*' * * Steady Industrial Develo NEW TAX LAW CAUSES DEMOCRATIC FURORE "■J si Pat Harrison Attacks FDR'S Views On Bill Measure, Unsigned By President, Into Effect Saturday Morning WASHINGTON — (UP) — The veteran democratic tax leader of the senate, Pat Har- rison of Mississippi, challenged President Roosevelt's view of the new revenue act Saturday in a dramatic contest that threaten- ed to cause further disunion in democratic councils. Rising before crowded senate galleries, Harrison took vigorous and direct issue with the pre- sident's repudiation of tax modi- fications that were written into the new bill at Harrison's in- centive. Conflict centered on administration policies toward business. The break between the presi- dent and one of his chief senate leaders held possibilities of re- percussions in party primaries and the November elections. A showdown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

ip|, ■' fA' ■ ™ * 'rimi Mr ^#v : ' '•• SiSfPlF© mam '-■ ? ■•. *S '•, . . ':;:..;:-;:_..V ' ■ ■ ._. ' : ,-._ I i -i ■■' r« • MffiMnTk w •> « ' MW SUNDAY, MAY 29, IfW «. ii i in in . , fll I' "■ <ji*«"i'i K m il*>*i i . mm 'H' >■* "" ■ "« ' '■ '■ * " * . " 1 ' '" '. '' " ' lfl As Both Win League Tilts deTo Hold >lia-MD's Mickey Proves Swart Trader VEItNON of Errors' Retrieves Contest : .ftop S^e Affair ; . -4 In a wild and woolly contest featured by 8 strikeouts, 11 Walks, 1? errors, and lasting more than 1 hour 45 minutes, Magnolia-Medicos o u tslugged arid outlasted a battling Inter- national team, 18 to 9, Friday night. M & M scored twice in the first inning to take a lead, and was never headed. R. Billings tripled in his first time up, F. Billings drove him home with a double, Miller and Clary walked and Kearney sent F. Billings home with a single. In the second inning M & M combined errors, hits, and walks to score seven runs, enough to tie the game. Rally ...

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