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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

m $8 I® • n « C" MM / .f. J • 1 r Walters Believed Cornered In Arkansas W< Sweetwater Reporter jC3 lie, Wotet o| ^ffcxa^1 VOL. XLI (3 SECTIONS,20PAGES) SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1938 NUMBER 110 Deposed Maine Officer Fou id Guilty of Murder Second Convicted For Same Offense SOUTH PARIS, Me. — (UP)— Deposed Deputy Sheriff Fran- cis Carroll was taken to Thom- aston state prison Saturday to begin a life sentence for which another man confessed and is in prison for life. Also at Thomaston is his accuser, Paul Dwyer, 19, serving a life sentence for the same mur- der, that of Dr. James Littlefield, South Paris physician. The jury returned its verdict at 8:50 p. m. (EDT) after delib- erating five hours and 35 min- utes. The conviction may mean a pardon for young Dwyer. Al- though he pleaded guilty last December 2, he testified at Car- roll's trial that the former depu- ty sheriff intimidated him into confessing that he killed the doc- tor. After the jury returned its verd'ct,...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

;. " v- I * 'A *>' * &* #*- ■"?" V ' .SUNDAY, AUGU8tl«,MH | Into 'Psychological' War Fever Under Arras At The Theatres Pressure Just Begin- ning on Czechs; France Beset on Three Sides By United Press Europe Saturday worked it- self into a first class "psycholo- gical" war fever. The sudden relapse from a period of recovery was due largely to speculation and ru- mors, but fundamentally it in- volved disturbing developments In the Czeehoslovakian minority crisis, the Spanish civil war and the still threatening frontier conflict between Russia and Japan. Pressure is just beginning on the Czechs. Germany is putting a million men under arms this month for military maneuvers, coincident with negotiations at Prague on the minority quar- rel. France, principal ally of Czechoslovakia, is beset from three sides and rendered help- less except in cooperation with London. New German fortifica- tions along the Rhine leave France impotent to rush to the aid of the Czechs in event they are a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

m MSB- i mml SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACK |2 I Is 1° I • + 41 f • I • • • 1 • • ! f i • Women's Interest Clubs • Churches 01eu)SL lose D. Perrjr Society Miter Dial Miss Crenshaw Bride Of Parkes Neblett The marriage of Miss Inez Crenshaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crenshaw, and Parkes Neblett, youngest son of Mrs. S. R. Neblett, was sol- emnized Saturday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock at the home of a sister of the bride, Mrs. I.eland Glass, in the presence of rela- tives and a few close friends. The nuptial rites and ring ceremony were read by Rev. E. D. Dunlap, pastor of the First Baptist church, uniting members of two pioneer West Texas families. Baskets of sum- mer blossoms formed a back- ground for the marriage cere- mony. The bride was becomingly gowned in an aqua blue hand- knit dress with which she wore a white felt cartwheel sailor and white accessories. Her shoulder corsage was fashioned of white sweetpeas and gar- denias. Mrs. Crensha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

'tif > A">'v - W W§ -f ■ ■ Egagggra^ ^^■"'■■W*'*:'Fw '?>%« '"'• • ■■ *, HK|gppRI|M HfflSPM p' • SWEETWATER REPORTO, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ,.* - ' , ■:> -v .. < ...... . r. - SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1988 —■ wty Game Management Association 'I § • - Maddox [Temporary of Group rihan 95 Sections Already Signed Up; Rules to Be Drawn tip The Nolan County Game Man agement association was form- ed here yesterday afternoon at a meeting of landowners and land operators In the county court- room. Present to aid in the organiza- tion of the association were County Agent R. B. Tate, Char- les E, Friley, Jr., regional game manager, representing the state game, fish and oyster' commis- sion and W. T. St. John, region- al game warden. J. Price Maddox was named temporary chairman of the asso- ciation and he was instructed to appoint a committee to draw up rules and regulations for the as- sociation for submission to the members at a later date. This committee is made up of G. P. Jones, Maryneal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

5 H "'" '■ Wmm • • I • • • • • • • • • • • SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1998 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE I As Eyes Of Lubbock Coaching School Focused On Sweetwater Representative *r wm. $■ Wk '%.y, &\U\ I h SS It's all in a day's work says Horace Young, 19 year old 180 pound blocking back grid representative of the Mustangs . . . in this graphic study taken during the Lubbock coaching school by Winston Reeves. First, a guy's gotta wash up when he gets up . . . aiul that includes the teeth . . . then a little conference with Coach Luurance Priddy, the Mustang mentor won't exactly hurl a guy's standing in the channels of grid- iron-dom. No doubt. Coach Priddy is telling Mocking back Horace how to put the skids to the opposition when the team gets in a tight . . . yep, it is bean time . . . and Horace, like any other active athlete, has a healthy appetite to go with that athletic figure of his. When it comes to drill and signal calling time, all foolishness must stop and good...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

" - * * / : ^ SWEETWATER REPORTER, '' — 1 W '. "Hi « ... pi# fajjll * ^ tlltl 1 , '" 1 W* " " -" Hf 4 '5 pfl { J1 - m, ' • ". ; SWEETWATER, TEXAS , IhalerrDtMverBQne-nfLaroett aal Butane GasUnits Manufactured i Trammell, native Sweet- resident who holds the _ Butane gas agency in j Texas counties as man- > of the Vapo Gas Sales and company, last week de- what, he said, was the ; and largest commercial Bu- gas unit ever installed in ■t Texas. 7 The iinit, with a capacity of 8191 gallons, was delivered to the Hofbs Cooperative Gin com- ry at Hobbs in Fisher coun- andi will be used to store Butane gas which is to furnish powef for the gin during the coming cotton season. In addi- tion "to furnishing the storage unit,:Mr. Trammell is to provide the (in with fuel. Butane gas, said Mr. Trammell, is rerputed to be the cheapest and most efficient fuel available and greatly reduces the fuel cost of ginning. Low, Practical Fuel The gas is said to be a prac- tical fuel for the operation, no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

• • • • u 1 * M • ;• • j * >1 • •t • e • o * * r* W^^mw ■ "Iffi ; 8IWDAY,i ^UCUST 14, 193tt ?,w ws; SR.tv' ,-. :4 w>*?' -".f$H t ^r' BIcCAUj and LOW Loans, Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 097 Registered Optometrists j Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS SWEETWATER BEPOBTEB, SWynfATEB, TEXAS WASH TUBUS AND EASY Br Sweet want's Cartoonist Sob of Mp isd Mrs. SILLY GOOSBt VOU'Vt bun u TO THE BCJkUftV MB10? OU, vkother, iu so EVC1TEO i BONPT know \nvmch TOESS to «ear: Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Visit WILLIAMS (> KILL Music - liiinciiiK - (iood Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Ouk St. G. A. Becman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Hand Iustrumcnis See our window displaj We can Ituild trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on thut trailer you have wanted. O Complete Auto Service O Wrecking Service • Phone 2:m SCOT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

BpKffp $ ' 'ViM SWEETWAW, TEXAS 8&KJr ©si ■ $?IP ' WWwSi t' . ' ' afe' # ^ TtTT TiaimrT 1MB Pt 1) i tb* courtroom arm- i but Mrs. Carroll was i* '■ * went directly to the ad- tell block and she ac- anled him behind the bars, onda later, she fainted and taken irom the jail to the yn outside and revived. Two iiy sheriffs drove her home. o I According to scientists, the ature of the s un is it 11,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Forty Eight— (Continued from. Page 5) must pnrKwJpate In each round of the prior contests and make at least a creditable showing in competition and must pav the $5 entrance fee to each division to be eligible for participation in that unit. Expense money is i) be divided between top teams in district and regional compe- tition, and others desiring to continue must pay their own expenses. Winners in the state competi- tion at Abilene are to receive BE SURE TO ATTEND THE "Gay Nineties" PARTY MONDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 15TH 8:00 P.M. FAIR GROUNDS An evening of fun and entert...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

■ $ ■9 &<m 1st ■* • > (0 • ) # •) © •> • • • * • • • GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II AND. EDITORIALS ) * VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1938 NUMBER 110 . Fisher County Annual 4-H Club Boys Tour To Be Wednesday I Group To Visit ° * 'Milk Fed' Baby Beef Projects Boys' Registered Hereford Herds to He Worked Into Trip UOBY —The annual tour to visit the boys who have "milk fed" baby beeves on feed is to be made Wednesday, according to announcement by T. H. Roe- nsch, county agent. The group is to leave the Roby courthouse promptly at 2 o'clock. Approximately 35 "milk fed" and possibly 12 "dry lot fed" calves are to be visited on the tour, which is to be about 50 miles, roundtrip. A few 4-H and FFA boys' registered Here- ford herds are to be worked in- to the trip, Roensch said. Following is the route to be taken, the name of the boys and number animals of each and the breeder's name: Jimmie Wilkins, one, A. D. Sumerlin;...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

-wv^V?* We Fill Any Doctors' Prescription Lalorex OUTING JUG 1.29 Valu Pint MILK OF MAGNE&A SALES Call 884 Free Delivery Bowen's Drug 20) Oak Join the throng of happy shoj merchants. You will be amased a LAST Texas. Sales Means RED STAR BARGAIN DAY Proving that Pen- ney's has the Bargains Buy Now Save! A smash hit! Happy Crowds! Bargains! Galor! MONDAY ^ 2 p. m. ^ 4 t Woniens' Past Color WASH DKESSES Extra Qualty Rayon MESH PANTIES 25 2x90 Bleached SHEETS 39c Because we have only 144 of these we are limiting j purchases to three. PENNEY'S J C PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporated These Merchants are cooperating in the National Salesmens Crusade and are deserving of your sup- port. BUY NOW!! Sales Means Jobs FREJ<! Ten More Free Theatre Tickets This Week Mrs. Jack Dunlap Sweetwater Mary Alice Petty • Sweetwater Mrs. Raymond Neel Sweetwater J. C. Bruce Sweetwater Mrs. J. A. Means Sweetwater A. G. Craver Sweetwater Bill Slater Roscoe Mrs. Annie McKinzie Sweetwater G. E. Williams ....Swee...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

MB I a w; -MM ' "' • I SWEETTAT®* WEPORTES, TEXX3 LLED WORD CONTEST ^ *5&. . oVT, <k o<& lh SWEETWATER • ijers that seek .out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in West [l $3.00 IN CASH! thesJtwo pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or Containing them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who bf | Oales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 re a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled llaticjns pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note B o'clbck Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst fsifiol %f contest judges is final. HSPELLEP WORD CONTEST WOW? SHOP SAVE ^Theatre Tickets Each Week of Ithe management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given h attach...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

which inaor * - v « . r-j&KsK ' : J :'^ ' 1 s'WV r ' • ai HEPP®*'*, Features PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 1938 , JQO, „ office In SwMtwatw, Tttxsa, - —v,--c-- George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. I I I b I V f! k If m , r - ; git ditciplet taid unto him, lo, novo tpeakett Aim piminly; and tpeakett no proverb.-— John 16f29. Proverbs are the condensed wisdom of long experience in brief, epigrammatic form.—T. T. Monger. o HOW THE MIGHTY HAS FALLEN It is our thought that the most unhappy man in Tex- as today is W. Lee 0'Daniel, the man who a few short hours before was enjoying the goodwill and favor of nearly every man, woman and child in the state. It is sad to contemplate, how any man who had such an opportunity for service to his state and nation, could in one fell swoop, sink to the level of the common professional politicians whom he just a few weeks before had so roundly condemned. He let the plaudits of the multitude go to his head, and working on his e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

4/ c\ 1' § if ■ ■ I >• % if- I: I: a o •/ • ' .jf-.-'.v.-??••?;;; • ™v... ' r, . ' . 7 r'-'"i- ■' COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. AUGUST >4. 1938 30P-8-14-30 by Edgar Rice Burroughs r„p I'jil r.n*<t Kitr 0'irf>utrh« I"' Tm I'tc l S P i • >ff hv J'.iIihiii* K iA- Mnl PI • • !!■■-' r bul'il • UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE Inc. TME DEMON BEA5T5 i A AS THE BANDIT CHIEF PPfPAREP TO SEVER TAR7AN!S HEA HE WAS STARTLED BY THE FEARFUL ROARING OF LIONS TO THE PEOPLE OF UilS STRANGE LAND, LIONS WERE INVINCIBLE DEMONS, WHICH NO MAN DARED DEFY p fm ' ■ x. i ' '<:■: ' ' ' J s- -sA BUT SUN TAI AND LULIMQ, INSTEAD OF JOINING THE WILD STAMPEDE, RAN TDTARZAN. AS THEY WORKED FRANTICALLY TO FREE HIM, A PACK OF HUNTING LIONS BURST FROM THE FOREST. THE EMPEROR AND HIS DAUGHTER , BELIE1® AL'lTHREEWERE DOOMED, BUT j'THEV DID NOT CEASE THEIR EFFORTS. v m (v<k SUDDENLY, WITH A MIGHTY 5URGE OF POWER, TARTAN BROKE THE REMAINING B0ND5. V > <\\V...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

w'.w WW b N. i- - '■ f) •' t fi" j, . o 2 1 tvjtr q\d mm s'twe fyr<bt "wtc \ tvjtr 0\0 tvmkkb \_\\<£ 1vam 0\mmv 1 \/ov\at ok> earth are yoo ylulterlug to yogrsey5 abogt f r& V -i ^ost 60t a £>avi\_\^6 oct for k>ot see\u6 a stop 5s6m 0o\/0k> the street <3 \t etws yoo r\6ht \\ tv\nw nt's ^ost awol the voay eou<s are orwmng uovoaoays 1 ^ost a vkorry t'6et here.., that's pvl_\_ n/oen_\_-vm*t voo k>eeo \s someone to y.ook aeter xoo a\0o see: that yoo voatch u6hat , voo're <ooing* c'woto- f \.'\a. rnoe ^ac\<1 l vsmth yog sioeu. 60sv\ ,hon>ey « ava 1 v\a?py \ k>0 eoon-nk/^oore l^oo qo say 6ett\k>6 coter eviery 0ay 1 lv\ cra7.y ae>oot the nicest tvwnigs yoo,$oots v/oheni 1 voow. \kito yoor eyes uvle thvb — a*vjo w w-.* - w^? •:-ll£, _u'. <k, ft. r' C , / *• ••' < .. w" >r 4 ••o htv ,rof\fco pov.v. ovitr'. mam's |hwt a6a\vi /-"<■/'"fs- •«; c%?&q? *•- 'y COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. ; ■ i-b << <--..ci a>o, a • • &...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

> <\ o 1 • • • « • o • • • • • • • 9 # • • • • • • • • ♦ c • o * • • • a • • • ■% • lets see it n action, commander- lifting I £ 9v6nalman spies v4/ calling PRINTS iV i J okay- i simply wold twe nozzle of the pipe over tme finger- print and blow Ijpyv. Nore- twe lon© glass cell (1") contains anwvdrous calcium chloride "this heats twe breath so that its contact with twe iodine crystals in the round glass cellc 2) forms iodine fumes r - f-m i get it.' the iodine fumes are turning twe particles of oil IN the print '/////, //, 77///.' 7 fj, ' • ' '//. ^ now i quickly slap this twin sweet of silver foil down on twe print and i'll get an impression by chemical reaction- • see wow twe print s |coming out under twe bright sunlight? swell- ' twe job's done, eh ? , all except photographing the impression with twis special close-view camera- *\ ll develop this film and send it to twe naval intelligence in washington for comparison with a million finger-prints they have on file - _ if thi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

ImiKrai.-irSili _ Jpr WOLD ifevecvthing! I'M COMltf*. ^00 mmSKamdrn TME UPPER CANINE TEETH OF THE PLEISTOCENE SMILOOOMjTHE GIANT SABER-TOOTH TIGER, ~ WERE HALF AS LONG AS THE LENGTH OF ITS ENTIRE SKULL. THE LAND BRIDGE OF THE ISTHMUS OF.PANAMA , FIRST LINKED THE AMERICAS ABOUT 20,000,OOOVEARS AGO, ACCORDING TO GEOLOGICAL ESTIMATE umm U. 8. PAT. 0 HEY, WHAT'S COMIN OFF? WWy TH'HULLABALOO? GOOD GOSH, KING GUZL, WHAT'S TH' MATTER. WITH VOU? WEVE ^OMEBODV HAS BEEM ^STOLEN "T>4 RORRPn' )9ROWM I kuddcu •; jewels! ROBBERY, EH? WELL,BY A JOB FOR YOU ? GEE, THIS LOOKS LIKE /SAY, HOW D'YOU A JOB FOR AAEl /GIT THAT WAY? OF ALLTH LOW-DOWH STUNTS'. I'M TH'LAW, HOT VOL], V'DOPE! PERFECTLY terrible! '' |$p$* ;f: f MO, OFFICER OOP—ITS KlO JOKE— HE'S OUR ROYAL SECRET SERVICE- SSEN, M'BOY- YOU'RE QUITE OKAY X AT POLICIN' A BEAT FROM DAY TO DAY^L BUT AT SOLVIN5 MYSTERIES AND/^See" MAN 7.\ BUT WHATCH A KlCKIN7 ABOUT? SUCH CRIME, ITS WORK FOR A /HEy GUZ-WHAT \THIS IS A JOB FOR FEDERAL DICK EVER/ TIME...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • ( • 9 • C • i • « # • I • • H o DOKJ'T bother me -~THj C5UV IKJ MY DREAM IS JUST ORDERlMG A MEAL. ' w' ; rafw '■■'"( I'M SO HUMGRY I'M. GOMMA SOAHTH' PRlMTED LETTERS OFF TH' MEMU AMD MAKE ME SOME ALPHABET SOUP/ THAT REMIMDS ME OP TH' TIME UMCLE FILBERT FIRST WEMTTO TH; BIG CITY/ DUM& WAITER NJOTE op IT/ £3® mm ID LIKE TO HAVE A BOME TO PICK WITH VOU GUVS k>\ G> 73n TTT , '-'p HE ATE STEADY FOR FOUR. HOURS, THEY TELL ME, AM THEM KEELED OVER/ BRAINWAV H6LP Your SELP HE LOOKS LIKE AM OVER. STUFFED WHALE/ * *<£/&£■W I COULD HAVE MADE MOMEY WHEM L PRE- DICTED STOCkLS WOULD1 RISE, BUT I DIDM'T WAWT TO/ help Your- self coeM \ \ ( / / / HE S BCA1MWAW y. AMD THEY FORGOT TO ASWL HIM TO PAY HIS CHECK- by nea service. inc. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE WE ^DM'T GO FAR IMTO THE WOODS BECAUSE WE WAS AFRAID WE MIGHT GET LOST/ PAW/ WHEM A LAD OP YOUR. AGE, I OFTEM WEMT IMTO THE JIUMGLE THROUGH BUT, GEE, UMCLE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

S; m <■ , This here's my ole pal shorty burns.he rides herd per a outfit in montana where 1 was on a vacashun. shorty freezes in winter an' bakes in summer but nobudpy'5 ever heard 1m complain. even when he's hadda put a froze calf on his saddle an' him walk. through a blizzard. klnda funny how ya keep pitchers of people which is alike tgether. this here's mr*wilcox the only blacksmith left in our "town.he's strong as a bull an' gentle as a lamb-have youse ever notissed it's the weaklin' who's alweez a trouble - maker,AN' wants T'fight- "I guess IT's INFEERIORITY complex they call IT. jist look AT who's runnin' yurrup. • • JOE PALOOKA • MRS MrKmtcM H. II ■ nil, tar. By HAM FISHER * > WHY DON'T YOU DRIVE ME OUT TO THE COUNTRY ON THIS LOVELY SUMMER'S DAY LADDIE DARLIN6J K;' i; :«■ ' -ft.iv THAT'S A ELEGINT* IDEE ANN DEARIST.I THERE'S A HEW ROAD OVER THE POCONOS JlST OPENED. I'LL BE RIGHT OVER. WE KIN HAVE A PICNIC ON THE ROAD SOME WHERE'S TOO HUHP WHAT A *JOY IT WILL BE TO GET O...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

I AvrafflpSg^l • • / • • • • > ft % ft • • ft • • I • « • 4 • r ■• • • • • ft • • > • * ft DOGGOWE IT/ I WAKJTED TO DO SOME. SHOPPING MVS ELF / WHERE'S ( MOTHER? mm GOME DOWKJ TOWKJ TO BUY SOME STUFF 7 e i'fi IV" TV? V 3R.WILLIAM5 pec. u. s. pat. om AW, THERE SOU GO/ 1 MEAM LETo GIVE MA A. LIFT WITH THE. HOUSE- WORK. THE LUMCH DISHES AREM'T WASHED AMD THE BEDS AREkl'T MADE. IF vou'll pitch ikj, i WILL BY MOT HAVIMGA FIGHT WHILE SHE'S GOME, 1 SUPPOSE BUT AS LONG AS SOU MISSED OUT, WHADDyA SAV WE PULL A BIG SURPRISE OM HER BE- FORE SHE GETS HOME? ' IF VOU HAD STUCK AROUMD THE HOUSE, SOU COULDA GjONJE SHOPPIMG WITH MA d wy THERE! TH> WORK'S ALL DOME. IMAGIUE ME >OU'LL REALLV HELP? WITHOUT W BEIMG ORDERED TO ?/ — ^ WELL... LET'S GET GOIKJG BEFORE . VOU CHAMGE s\\ V VOUC MIMD/ 1 ^ BE ^ _™ JPl SSffibV n# ebpf 1 , I, Mi HE MUST ILL/ Vu3898 ATTA GIRL/ WASH 'EM CLEAM AM' I'LL DRY 'EM ■//, v DRY/ WE REALLY DO ^ ^ THIMGS WHEM WE GET WHAT'S COME OVER HIM, ASJVWAY? MAkCIM BEDS. WOULD...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 August 1938

rf.TJ- ■ THE CAPTAIN and THE KIPS Ity It. Dirks " -und in der morning giffb double extra touch lessons loompers ven comes der last straw,sum ting got to be pood AV^it A SO DISS ISS HOME VORK.EH sumting KAZI -i- ch ay k- l-m- -oo; /patagonia or ^eruvhich !SS der most far ? a-b-tsee d-e-f- chee I L awk ? quack ? ■ ::« •; —, ? ' UND VEN VE ISS CHAMPEEN MILLIUMAIREM( ^ ^ OR SUMTING MIGHT3E (/ Jv VE COME BACK? NOT # HOKSt . KY • r •" V I /C CU/ . ' ( GOLLY WE SHOW >'■■• - > -r m «. SOONER gurrk? Pj i C opr by tniUd Fc. lur> syndicate. Inr —All ruhh rr rrwd BRING ON DER LESSOWS -MORE CHE0GRAPH7- y- MORE SPELLERS - MORE *" SEFEN TIMES SEFEN - > MORE MORE MORE J 5H-H- H DEY IS5 WIGHT -MARE-1SH , , m TEN* / x //-a ^ ' / f S . 'S s7, , //'/, < /4 HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE J'THIS knife-throwing Attack of Liverpool Lad!sj HENCHMEN PROVES FOSlTlVEiy THAT THEIR SIPSANa "HAIUX,SMA^ DEAD or ALIVE," IS J 'UNLESS UJL DISAPPEAR. FOR A TIME I \K\\ PSS ^ > ,N SELF PROTECTION —TAKE A SECRE...

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