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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

i .-A," r jj ■ in' •# at r ■ I 1 * ft I p ffj • fi *! • Iri I fi /jj'. I 1 es To ■2mm Time Of 16 1-2 Hi r y. Millionaire Flier Cuts Lindy's Time In Half Howard Hughes, millionaire flier, realizes ambition. This Lockheed mystery ship, belonging to Howard Hughes, former wealthy Houston oilman, set a new trans-Atlantic crossing record of IK'/i hours from New Vork to Paris. Col. Charles Lindbergh, the only other flier to accomplish the icat, landed in Paris 33'A hours after taking off from New York in 1927. ★ ★ * LE BOURGET AIRPORT, Paris, France—(UP)—How- ard Hughes, with a crew of four attempting a speed dash ground the world, flew from New York to Paris in record- breaking time of 16'a hours today but then were delayed by radio trouble. Hughes landeS his twin-engined Lockheed monoplane here at 4:58 p. m. (958 a. m. CST). His elapsed time from New York to Paris was 16 hours 38 minutes and his aver- age speed 218 miles an hour. He had hoped to take off for Moscow about 6:30 p. m. (11 :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

., nr-mtf#! ;■?"h J' y{:'~' ,' i - - , >-,. - . • -? ??slV";? v '.* - •" 'Sr ".''Ip'pf ' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS &&%'*/{ ,V^. '4^-Y v4\" f>y ^ V. ^ " monday.iuly a, 1#M Where 'China's Sorrow' Came to the Ai d of China's Armies Chamber of Commerce Presents Troop With Pktare of Mountain ROSCOE — Boy Scouts have returned from a three-day stay In Carlsbad, New Mexico where they went through the Caverns, and saw other interesting points While in that section. The Scouts brought home with them a souvenir of the trip in the form of a reproduction of a famous oil painting of El Cap- itan, famous Guadalupe moun- tain peak located 50 miles west of Carlsbad and easily visible from there. The framed picture was given the troop by the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce because of its numerous visits there, and it is to be hung in the local Scout hall. There were sixteen members of the troop on the trip. They were: Leroy Pietzsch, A. T. Smith, Raymond Steele, Stewart Dobbin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

■&>$$&■ ■•','■ *® '<&' "*"$ \V-'X-' ' !*>£•••*• •" 1 >, . r'h." MONDAY, JULY it, 1938 'jf'-'; 'Jr^X nmm Wit ■' w>i f %! SWEET WATElt REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS |y MpR PAGE # • m m • t * ♦ • i • • 1 • '<> ,! t * , t Swatters Take Hamlin Independents 14 To 10 Here Sunday Two Softball Games Tonight Softball games scheduled for 7:45 this evening In the city soft- ball league race include a clash between the Young-Starr girl squad and the Busby nine. In the men's league pennant chas- er set for tonight, the Sunbeam nine will entertain the Magno- lia-Medico crew. In practice games Saturday evening, Young-Starrs took Roscoe 9-0, and Busby defeated the neighbors 13-8. STMMNGS American League Team— W L Pet. Cleveland . .44 25 .638 New York . .42 27 .609 Boston . 41 29 .586 Washington .39 37 .513 Detroit . 37 38 .493 Chicago . .29 36 .446 Philadelphia . .27 42 .391 St. Louis .22 47 .319 National League Team— W L Pet. New York . .47 26 .644 Pittsburgh . 42 25 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

of the PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, JULY II* 1938 ' Inc. entered as second oBlceln Sweetwater, „ George Banfiitt and Russell Bespitt, It It good for me to draw near to God} 1 jNFf my tn$tt in the Lord God, (fait f imjr do- all thy tcorka.—Ptalmt 73}28. Trust God where you cannot trace Him.—Mac- duff. SWEETWATER FACES WEEK OF FESTIVITIES This is Sweetwater's big week. First we play host to the third summer tour of the Texas Hereford Breed- ers association. That in itself would be considered a fair week of entertaining. But that is only part of our job for the next six days. No sooner do the Hereford visitors leave our gates than we begin to welcome the fairest of West Texas maidens who will compete for the "Goddess of West Texas" title in our Water Carni- val and Beauty Revue. Sweetwater's cream of pulchri- tude will do its part in competing for "Miss Sweet- water" honors. A nationally known movie star, George O'Brien pays his respects to the city and crowns the God- dess of W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

Iff: HMHRa > • * 4 I* 19# 24 (% 1 • n % . , V M6WPAY, JULYflt 193« ff/eo Mi Funds For New Gymnasium HICO — PWA funds Tor a new gymnasiulh and home eco- nomics cottage are being sought by Hico school officials. Archi- tects' plans for the two build- ings have been selected, and construction is expected to start within six weeks. LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Wool worth's 5 and 10 CARS Guarante Priced GOOD USED Dial 2872 "POPS IS TOPS" BROUGHTON MOTOR COMPANY 1 Door X. Blue Bonnet • Reasonable Bates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. When the sun comes out, and the clouds go 'round, Rain is over, and dirty cars parade (lie town, T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 July 1938

niton Cotton in 1937 ! Coats to Be Paid New Act; Acreage I* Being Measured COLLEGE STATION— Cotton produced in 1937 but not sold be- fore September 10, 1937, will be eligible for a flat payment rate of 3 cents a pound on the amount eligible under the re- cent amending act passed by congress providing for speeding up cotton price adjustment pay- ments, according to word re- ceived from Washington at the state AAA office at Texas A. and M. colllege. Farmers who certify that they have not knowingly overplant- ed their 1938 cotton acreage al- lotments and who agree in writ- ing to refund the payment in case it is later found that they have failed to meet the require- ments, will receive payment as soon as forms and instruction are received and issued and ap- plication is made, E. N. Holm- green, administrative officer in charge, said. Acreage Bring Measured All acreage is now being meas- ured, Holmgreen pointed out, but compliance will not be re- quired of farmers who produc- ed cotton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

mm. -WORLD (i (i o t i o • . • • s, • V • <. • 4- • b I * 0 € • ♦ ( t i • t %> « * * •i, % Hereford Breeders Sweetwater Herds James Brooks, President, Heads Texas Stockmen Delegation to Spend Two Days Here, Meeting Of Association Scheduled Headed by James Brooks, Bra- day, president of the Texas Hereford association and Jack Turner, secretary, more than 200 breeders and members of their families will arrive in Sweetwat- tonight after concluding the first day of a three-day sum- mer tour of West Texas herds. Headquarters are to he at the Blue Bonnet hotel where a reg- ular quarterly meeting of the board of directors of the associa- tion will convene tonight. R. J. Kinzer, secretary of the Ameri- can Hereford Breeders associa- tion will attend the meeting, rep- resenting the national organiza- tion. Members of the Sweetwater Hereford Breeders association headed by Walter Boothe, pre- sident, are in charge of arrange- ments for the tour in this area. A highlight of the entertainm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

mm mm Wbs Near Owe Local Participation In Meet Btackwell In the city. Softball it scheduled for this Include a clash between and Nolan Furni- lassies in the girls' league,' the Gulf nine vs the Recrea- club in the men's competi- Tonight's game and the tilt ..Thursday evening between the 1 Dark Horses and Roscoe will Close competition leading to the final playoff starting July ** IS in the girls' league race. Nolan Furniture took the "Young-Starrs Friday evening 'rin a six inning clash 8 to 5. o •JTi- Open Entry Lists in National Tennis NEW YORK — (UP) — Entry lists for the 10 title events of the national grass courts ten- nis championships opened yes- terday. The national doubles cham- pionships are scheduled for the Longwood Cricket club, Chest- nut Hill, Mass., Aug. 22-27, and the singles title play will be held at the West Side tennis club, Forest Hills, N. Y., Sept. 8-17. Due to the U. S. Davis Cup victory last year, the challenge round will be played in this country, and the U....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

•Jajsl ■wft,- TUESDAY, JULY 12, 193* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Their Herds To Be Visited • ' • • • • I • • © t | t \ 0 f; m 'k f- : • w*ims ■>55%, * W. A. Townsend of Mabank, who suffered a fractured pelvis in a head-on automobile colli- sion last week near the Sweet- water Country club, Is recover- ing gradually. He is receiving treatment in the Sweetwater hospital. lioyce M. Irvin of College Sta- tion underwent major surgery Monday; Mrs. E. M. Chancellor, 205 Orange street, underwent an operation Monday; B. H. Rogers was admitted for medical atten- tion; Mrs. R. H. Fitzgerald was moved to the home of her sis- ter, Mrs Arthur Johnson, after recovering from surgey. Mrs. R. O. Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Davis, is improving from surgery; Mar- shall Sewell was dismissed Mon- day after three months in the hospital. He suffered a broken leg and other injuries in April when a truck which he was driving for Tidwell shows, turn- ed over on a highway west of town...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

Features of the SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, JULY 12f 1938 and on"Thuradf by Tfie SwwtwiiUr^ Inc. Enttwd u second clMB matter at Dost- offlce in Sweetwatw, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. i tkali guide me tvith thy cotuuel, and «/- receive me to glory.—Ptalmt 37}24. Be that takes truth for his guide, and duty for may safely trust to God's providence to lead him aright.—Pascal. SWEETWATER WELCOMES TEXAS HEREFORD BREEDERS Sweetwater extends its most fiearty welcome to those ; on the third summer tour of the Texas Hereford Breed- era association. As an unquestioned center for the Hereford industry, Sweetwater has much in common with all the breeders on this trip. Within easy driving radius from this city are herds which are of historical importance as well as leading today's program for the development of better cattle. Mixing good fellowship with their business seems to be a happy trait of the Hereford breeder. While breeders are in a measure com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

• ■■ ■ >.! ~ \r ■ m • • • • • • • • • • • # • • • # • # • • • • • • • • TUESDAY, JULY U, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • • Typhoid Fever Causes $500,000 Loss in Texas 378 Citizens Died Of This Preventable Disease Last Year AUSTIN—Dr. Geo. W. Cox, state health officer, estimates that Texas suffers an economic loss of one-half million dollars annually from typhoid fever, a preventable disease. Last year 378 Texans died of typhoid and approximately 4,- 000 were ill with the disease. The average duration of the illness is from six to eight weeks plus a convalescent pe- riod of about six weeks. This means that typhoid is respon- sible for the loss of approxi- mately 200,000 work days each year in Texas, with the atten- dant loss of income over a sev- eral months period. Early fall and late summer each year sees a tremendous in- crease in the prevalence of ty- phoid in Texas, due to vaca- tion travel and the hazards brought to the local population by itinerant labor. Tran...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

SWEETWATER mgtim mm = 1 m mmsxt, wet a. vm mimmimm TES Manager, Explains Rates In City daetric rates for Sweet- re^idential and commer- BuStomers were accepted Irtav by the city commission * bad been explained of the Texas Elec- tive Service company. The new rates are now in and will apply on bills made from regular monthly meter readings since July 1. They provide a substantial saving to both class- es of customers, according to As S. Leggy district manager of the electric company, who pre- sented the new rates to the com- mission. He declared that it was the policy of his company to lower tbe price of electricity as rapid- ly as increased use and other factors made lower rates pos- : AVIATION CAPS m i ASK YOUR QROCER fourth time in the last 10 years that electric rates have been reduced here," Mr. Legg said, "and our record of reducing electric rates goes back even to 1912 when the electric sys- tem here was acquired by the predecessor of the Texas Elec- tric Service company. To i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

• • • , • f t « f> a I) • 9) 1 • 4 « I • I > • ' « Br1,1 > r«*v ilSs *#> w WNm '*W' <nmm, ■ ■ 'i TUESDAY, JULY Br 1938 LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas Professional Directory ,-vf SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Classes Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Quast, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, jAycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woohvorth's 5 and 10 When the sun comes out, and the clouds go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 July 1938

mmm * www LOAD NO. 1 IBERTAS JUST ARRIVED - EVEN BETTER QUALITY THAN THE LOAD LAST WEEK Bushel "j ^ 25 Yellow Dent 19c Fresh Blackeyed PEAS - - ib 2ic ROASTING EARS ®°zen White Velvet OKRA - lb. 71 Snappy Green MB BEANS - « 72c 432 Size Sunkist 0^ LEMONS .^19c 252 Size California ^ ORANGES «« 1 flc FRESH ENGLISH PEAS, SQUASH, BELL PEPPER TOMATOES NO. 2 CANS CAMAY SOAP Bar 2 Limit 5 La Salle |" VIENNA SAUSAGE • 5C 47c Pure Cane SUGAR Wilson's Advance 10 lb. Paper Bag SHORTENING 4 lb. Ctn. 8 lb. Ctn. 39c 78c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE No. 2 Can 7ic Mary Anne Cherry CAKES Bo* 25c So delicious it will melt in your mouth. Made with real- ly fresh dark red cherries and iced with butter cream icing. Plain or Chocolate Pound CAKES E,ch 18c Re*. Price 20c Fresh PEACH PIES 15c Reg. 10c Size Made with really fresh El- bcrta peaches with an attrac- tive criss-Cross top. Wednes- day and Thursday only. Ginger COOKIES doz. 5c Filled COFFEE RINGS Each IOC Filled with Hpicrd Apples on Pineapple. Wednesd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

■. m TO TAKE OVER JUDGES o t *) • ♦"> J ♦ I •) # •) • I • t • ft « J C ) • c \ • ****** w * * t " m * Hughes Racing Home With New Record Expects to Be In New York Early Tomorrow * To Be Met in Alaska by Mrs. Wiley Post. Widow of Previous Record Holder FAIRBANKS/, Alaska — (UP) — Howard Hughes and hta crew of four were reported late today to be within less than five hours flying distance from Fair- banks on their 2457-mile flight from Yakutsk, Siberia. FAIRBANKS, Alaska — (UP) Howard Hughes and his four world girdling companions rac- ed at more than 200 miles an hour today toward the Ameri- can continent and a sensational new aviation record. Sending frequent radio reports of conditions aboard the $200,- 000 monoplane, the millionaire flyer pushed the craft toward Fairbanks from Yakutsk, Si- beria, on the fifth and most dangerous leg of the 14,750-mile flight around the world. In N. Y. By Tomorrow He hopes to reach Fairbanks in 12 hours, about 6 p. m. (CST) and be in New York tomo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

I - •' ^ipN|ifi j^m ^ElWW^Sp^i V^.M: ict Softball Oilmen Add Fourteenth Via to 4 Blotting Averages Being Compiled Batting: averages for the t city Softball tournament In imgress at the municipal park are being compiled and will be published as soon as the results of the survey are available. Both team and individual ratings will be issued. Results Yesterday American Leagu .493 .462 .386 .319 .635 <563 .521 .485 .425 .414 .309 W. Ij. Pet. .56 36 .609 .549 .532 .527 .494 .454 .423 .419 Washington 9, Cleveland 8. New York 7-10, St. Louis 3-5. "Chicago 8, Philadelphia 6. Detroit at Boston wet grounds. National League Pittsburgh 14, Chicago 6. Brooklyn 13, New York 5. Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 5. Three scheduled. Texas League San Antonio 4, Shreveport 3. Tulsa 4, Fort Worth 0. Oklahoma City 5, Dallas 2. Houston 1, Beaumont 0. League Standings American League W. L. Pet. Cleveland 44 26 .629 New York 44 27 .620 Boston 41 29 .586 Washington 40 37 .519 Detroit 37 38 Chicago 30 36 Philadelph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

*msm r •-; ' % SPS ''y> ; h •! • 3tl flu 1 | pre I th Ven ilyr lla>* Ith!' tiorq the 0) iPct. M08* # .635 , W |rom ' the I and *3 • Ittest iced WEDNESDAY, JUL* IS, IMS life ATER iifeIS Rural Electric Line Practically Assured In Fisher Count C' • c • t f 41 * • • I . I 0 I #- 250 Customers Already Signed, Routes Mapped Meeting Called for July 25; Eight Com- munities End Survey ROBY — From reports made by committee members of the rural electrification project in Fisher county, it seems assured that a line will be established in the county. At a recent meet- ing fourteen communities were represented and these reported approximately seventy-five miles of line had been obtained with 250 prospective customers. Cleveland Littlepage, tempor- ary chairman of the REA group is urging all persons interested to be at the next meeting called for 2 p. m. July 25, for the pur- pose of completing the mapping of the route in the county. The following communities have reported and have their rou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

8trtET#ATER, TE*A$ #AGt FOU* •• office Bennltt, Russtfll we lAy people tmd riieep of thy pasture trill ttumka for ever; tee trill theto forth thy IIm to all generation§.•—<Pamlm 79;13. Praise is the beet auxiliary to pr*y*r.—Mel- 'Well, How Is It Working Ont?' I S: I i BTWATER BIDS WELCOME STELLAR BEAUTY REVUES : 'today, Sweetwater welcomes all West Texas to join |yiving>'homage to beauty. Sweetwater's fourth annual Water Carnival and Bathing Beauty Revue does just that. It places beauty in the forefront. Beauty of form, grace and person- ality are placed on the pedestal to pass in judgment. Winners can rest assured that they have been awarded their honors after the keenest competition. Reverberations of Sweetwater's event of pulchri- tude are national in scope today. Hollywood will send one of its stalwart sons of the screen, George ' O'Brien to place the crown upon West Texas' new Goddess. This places the event on the highest plane of any similar competition in the country e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

m < • 4 | t • • • • • | | • i i ) ■ •< \ f i • i # i ' « • i \ I * ! • ♦ • ' • 4 9 \ ' <* • • o o 1% ■ • ' ' WK&&U v v'-v ; vmxvs, LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneysat-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Quasi, Optometrist • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 <§> tfSED CARS • Guaranteed • I'viccd to Sell SAVE ON A GOOD USED CAR Wck °...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

; g: fm * 1' Crows Green' iron) was re' Jones of Minneap- f «t the Sunday even- i it the First Method- The dramatic inter- oved an inspiration j>reciative audience Mrs. Jones, who is own in Iowa and in m for her dramatic abi- «Dd dramatic oral interpre- His. The Modern Martha l sponsored the review. . ■ The reader is the guest of a alater-ln-law, Mrs. A. B. Cham- tors, and with her two children, Pinui)r and Ruth, will visit in South Texas before returning to Mtanesota. * * * w Minneapolis Guest To Be Honored jj Mrs. R. P. Jones of Minne- apolis, Minn., who is the house- guest of a sister-in-law, Mrs. A. B. Chambers, will be honor guest at a seated tea Thursday after- noon at 4 o'clock on the Blue Bonnet roof. Hostesses will be «rs. Chambers, Mrs. A. G. e and Mrs. P. G. Dabney of Blackwell. Attend Conner JUtet Out of town Mends and rela- tives attending funeral services Monday of Leo Conner, former Sweetwater resident, included: Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brown and son, Kenneth, Odessa; M...

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