For Second Win
The boys came home! The young
Packers bounced right back after
last week’s massacre to win this,
their home-coming by a 12-to-6
score for the second win in three
tries. A large Braden Field crowd
was on hand to cheer the Maroon
and Gold on to their close victory.
All three touchdowns were neat
ly made. The Packers counted first
after a long march when Danny
Jones raced around right end for a
tally i n the first period.
Visitor* in the Air
College Park tied the count in
the third quarter on a beautiful
pass play, Sonny Mothershead to
Halfback Wick that ate up all of
the necessary 36 yards.
The game seemed destined for a
deadlock ending but one of the
smallest players, Dickie Palmer
subbing for Donnie Brewer, inter
cepted a Mothershead aerial and
almost got away for a score.
12th Man Nail* Palmer
The little southpaw had a clear
field ahead and then had the mis
fortune to run into head linesman,
Dale Jernberg. That little slow
up was all the College Parkers
needed to force Palmer out of
bounds. His jaunt took the ball
from the 36-yard line to the 4 and
a first down.
Three lunges into the Parkers
line netted 5 yards loss for the
Packers. On a last try Danny
Jones scampered across for the
winning margin in the last minute
and a half of play. It was on this
play that bones were cracked.
Hess and Mothershead, coming
from opposite directions to smear
Jones, miscalculated on the
husky Packer star’s agility and
crashed head-on. The Hess boy
got a broken nose and Sonny
Motherhead was badly shaken up
and was thought to have a frac
There have been no goal posts
erected at Braden Field as yet
and all attempts at converting
were rushes, stopped on the short
side of glory.
Greenbelt Po. College Park
Day L. E. Milligan
Nelson L. T. House
Lewis L. G. Cooke
Sommers Center Pinckney
Caton R. G. Etheridge
Neilson R. T. Hess
Eshbaugh R. E. Emsweller
J. Cashman Q. B. Motherhead
D. Brewer L. H. Slavin
Scordellis R. H. Wick
Jones F. B. Hannam
Greenbelt 6 0 0 6—12
College Park 0 0 6 0— 6
Scoring: Greenbelt—Jones 2;
College Park—Wick. No conver
sions. Substitutions: Greenbelt—
Palmer, Fitzhugh, Gillen; College
Park—Oliver, Fulton. Referee—
Eddie Kaiglrn. Head Linesman—
Dale Jernberg. Time Keeper—
Wednesday, October 21 mem
bers of the Greenbelt Cooperative
Publishing Association will meet
in the Cooperator office for the
1942 annual meeting. Principal
business will be election of
directors and consideration of the
year’s financial report.
Mi* Helen Stuart Griffith will
reopen Jier dancing cla*e—
classical, ballet, toe and tap
dancing at Saint Jerome Church
Hall, Hyattsville on Friday after
noon, October 23rd. Addres* Mias
Griffith at 1824 16th Street N. W.
Telephone North 0385.
FOR SALE —1936 Chevrolet
Master; $135 cash; excellent
tires; phone 3671.
WANTED—Household help, 2 to
3 hours daily; light cooking. E. 1.
Mohl, 6-A Plateau Place.
week sl3. Sleep in or out. Pre
pare meals and keep up house.
Phone Greenbelt 3486.
WILL TAKE CARE—of little
girl (about 4 to 6 years) in my
home during day. Phone 5312.
Former Philadelphian with
long and varied teaching
experience desires pupils in
Greenbelt. Special care given
Mrs. Hazel Stolberg
57-G Ridge Road
Coach Goldfaden Calls
Coach Ben Goldfaden issues first
call for candidates for the high
school basket ball team this week.
Practice will be held in the ele
mentary school gymnasium on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
at 4:15, beginning October 19.
Jimmy Scordellis is the only
letter man returning from last
year’s squad. Joe Cashman, Dicky
Palmer, Donnie Brewer and Mah
lon Eshbaugh were on the varsity
squad but failed to earn their
At a meeting held at the high
Bring your financial problems to us.
Let us help you in your time of need.
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Over Drugstore 9:30 P. M. Saturday 3:00 to 7:00 P. M.
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Where It Is Needed!
Today far flung battle-fronts, American tanks are rolling to war 1
-delivering POWER WHERE IT IS NEEDED o smash the axis. And |
while they fight, we have a job to do at home ~ . a job to keep
you, your family and your home in health and comfort, to keep
you better fitted for Victory. ‘ Your Co-op has the POWER WHERE I
I IT IS NEEDED, TOO - - )ower to preserve the standard of living we’re
all fighting for. Here we have always brought you the lowest
possible prices consistent with good quality. We shall continue to
bring you the best merchandise that is available. When new sub
stitutes and “alternatives” are created, your Co-op will be among
the first to handle them , . . come here for a complete selection.
Buy normally . . . spend wisely for Victory.
GREENBELT CONSUMER SERVICES, Inc.
school last Thursday about 60 boys
turned out, interested in both
freshman and varsity squads.
Warehouse Road Finished
Director Harry W. Rhodes re
ports to the Town Council that
the Department of Public Works
was very busy during September.
A new road to the sewage dis
posal plant and warehouses was
built and a new garbage collection
truck body was placed in service.
Get In The Scrap!
Dr, Berenberg Returns
Dr. Samuel R. Berenberg re
sumed his position on the staff
of the Greenbelt Health Asso
ciation today after 16 months as
a public health officer in the
Pribiloff Islands and Alaska.
His address is 4 Woodland
Way; his phone will be announced
as soon as it is installed.
Dr. Stanley F. Morris, the
Association’s new part-time physi
cian for evening service, is now
residing at 3 Woodland Way. A
complete schedule of officers
and doctors on duty will be re
leased for publication next week.
jjaP. IVERSEN COMPANY jj
Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables
1211—1213 Maine Ave., S. W.
Washington, D. C. ;
SUPPLIERS TO YOUR FOOD STORE
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Friday,' October 16, 1942
Siegle To Maiage
Variety Store Here
William Siegle, night manager
of the Drug Store, has been select
ed as the new manager of the
Variety Store, Greenbelt Consu
mer Services officials announced
Wednesday night. He will begin
his new job Monday.
The assistant manager will be
Mrs. D. R. Steinle.
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