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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

ly le lc- 15. bs lis Id fy lit In Ik • • • • • • • • • a • -t> • <v # i i i • - ?v. II SWEETWATER, TEXAS 1 mm' ES^ / TttoutHT ''ocall , H|BKB TiMB. John R. Lewis Playground Team Win Junior Boys' Softball Title With a 14 to 7 victory over John H. Reagan's hard hitting aggregation yesterday morning as a finale to their twelve weeks of competition in the recrea- tion department's league, the John R. Lewis boy's junior soft- hall team assumed the cham- pionship of the Junior Boys' Lea- gue. Purser of Reagan hit 3 home runs. The south side hoys were the second group to annex a title in the recreation department's lea- gues last week, as the J. P. Cowen lassies copped the pen- nant'in the playground girls' lea- gue Thursday by a win over J. H. Reagan 17 to 8. The boys of J. P. Cowen's jun- ior team finished in second place. They were defeated by Philip Nolan's playground team 18 to 17 yesterday but one of the east side boys was ruled ineligible af- ter the game. According to the rul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

*'Wk; Crap Larvt, Profitable Ovtlook STATION — "The Mtufoh offers an _ to Texas farmers chrtten In feeding out btmbc," according to W. R. Nis- bet,- animal husbandman of the TOiiik A; and M. college exten- sion service, who bases his be lief on U. S. bureau of agricul- tural economics figures. "The last lamb season was unprofitable for most feeders", Nisbet declared. "A year a they were busy contracting lifrhbs on the range but this y#W they are largely absent. Ex- perience shows that the time to make profit through feeding operations is to buy feeder lambs on a depressed mar- ket." The largest lamb crop since 1831 has Heen reported and nuige conditions have been well above average throughout the 18 western states, while the vol- ume of fat lambs through the spring and summer has been sufficient to make mutton about the cheap4t meat on the mar- ket, Nisbet said. Wool, which plays a big role in determining lamb prices, reached the lowest price this summer since 1935. Though the 1938 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

JH J o c if ;• > " I "* i* > 1 > • > • ) § C • C i I. 0 > i> ) « > 0 I 0 V 1> 0 t t • 11 • gp jah?, >1 ;" •• . Bill DANCE- Meet Your Friends at Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous Mike Mullican and His Orchestra Playing Every Night THE TAVERN Across From The Airport Visit WILIilAMS GitIIjIj Music • Dancing ■ Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made ItootA BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOf Alice E. Wilmot Doctor of Chiropractic Massage Foot Correction Diet suited to Y-O-U-R individual body chemistry. 907 Elm St. Dial 510 Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." AI i I voile Aildi'cdge is Entitled To One Free Haircut, at Our Modern Shop Loafing and loud talk is not permitted here Ladies may feel perfect- ly at ease while patroniz- ing this shop. Lijj g% BARBER SHOP (Next to Wool worth 3-10) "Just anything y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

?rs Study ct Control County *i* J %fj?♦ W"'T - ' I Entomologist Tells Group That Dusting Could Save Top Crop At a c©st of approximately $2 ant acre farmers can save part of I their present cotton crop an<) possibly all of the top crop from insect pests, W. S. McGreg- or,. entomologist of the Spur experiment station of Texas A. and M. college, told growers ginners, business men, bankers and others here Saturday after- noon at a county-wide meeting t« flan a campaign to combat the insects. Four types of insects, said Mr. McGregor, are attacking cotton—namely, boll worms, weevil, leaf worms and flea hoppers, with boll worms ruin- ing the matured bolls and the weevil, leaf worms and flop- py preventing a future crop. The entomologist told the more than 200 farmers present that all four insects could ef- fectively be controlled by dust- ing, rather than by spraying, and that a mixture of calcium arsenate and sulphur, applied simultaneously in three separate applications, about five da...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

'f"3; 3 m I J • • ! > • • ♦ ' I GENERALNEWS AMD EDITORIALS • I,- •'?' x'-" *' SECTION II - mi , '-■> SECTION II AND EDITORIALS m mmm VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1938 NUMBER 119, State Hunting Season Meets All Federal Requirements New Texas Game Laws Coincide With U. S. Rules Hunting: Regulations This Season Have Been Standardized The Texas legislature alter- ed the state game laws to coin- cide with the federal regula- tions, standardizing the laws in all parts of the state. The new state regulations gov- erning hunting of migratory birds and doves are as follows: The 1938 season on water- fowl, including Wilson's snipe or jacksnipe and coot shall be November 15 to December 29, both dates inclusive. The hours of hunting water- fowl, coot, rails and gallinules, Wilson's snipe or jacksnipe shall be from 7 a. m. to 4 p. m., standard time. The use of live decoys will not be permitted. Baiting will not be permitted. Under federal law, all migra- tory waterfowl h...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

tM pW ■ 3: '■ft | I l 1 K§ !"i Me 111 mmm 19c Craw Ref. 50c lfti• Monday Only ,...97v , * lym HoiMktU Rubber High quality «|n Only HOT WATER bottle Combination Set Reg. $1.25 QAf Monday Only .... ONLY 11 LEFT GENUINE SHICK - INJECTOR RAZOR, Reg. $2.00. 50c Lifebuoy Shaving soap, reg. $2.50 value both IfAa for J/V No More Can Be Bought At This Low Price ELIZABETH ARDIN SET Ever essential for loviliness, a few left Qf* for only y«*/J Joe Bouteris B DRUG STORE we1561 MONDAY ONLY NEW SHIPMENT Pictures to sell reg. for $1.50 98® New beautiful pictures. Just the thing to beautify that room. Harold D. Young, Sweetwater TABLE LAMPS Monday Only reg 2.95 Valus J. W. Elrod BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Ivory colord BATH STOOLS 98c Cork Seat VALUES! VALUES! Walnut Finish END TABLES $1-39 Built-in Magazine Racks BARROW-HANEY FURN. CO. 1 Door North Texas Electric Co. Here's a real For That Real Buy in Value in FOLDING OCCASIONAL LAWN ROCKERS CHAIRS Reg. 5.95 Reg. 89c $3-95 59* Oak fram Heavy duck Striped c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

, Sunday, august 21 v 193a SWEETWATER, TEXAS [Ml Wwt h SWEETWATER • era 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 IE! $3.00 IN CASH! o sho ed a thes cont 1 ve a ilati 60' esfcii MI two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or ining them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who ales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled ins pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note cpck Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst %f contest judges is final. SPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! T. $6. Theatre Tickets Each Week of the management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given n at^ched to this offer. If your name appear in one of the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

George Bennltt and *Ru—H Bennltt, Pubs. R SWEETWATER* TEXAS AUGUST 21, SUNDAY, PAGE FOUR Leading Public Figures at the Present Time N m confess our tint, He is faithful and just forgive ma our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.—I John 1;9. To err is human; to forgive, divine.—Pope. MAN'S INVENTIONS IMPOSE RESPONSIBILITIES The idea that we ought to call a halt on new inven- tions until we have learned how to use the ones we al- ready have is not especially new. But with the world in the state it now occupies, it is hardly surprising that this idea should be brought forward again. It is presented most recently by C. E. M. Joad, the distinguished British philosopher, who suggested to a London teachers' meeting the other day there should be a board of scientists and philosophers em- powered to give or refuse permits for inventions likely to affect human life. "Science," says Joad, "has given us powers fit for gods, yet we bring to their use the mentality of school- boys a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SuT!DAY, AUGUST 21. 1938 I j ' 1 i i i • t.1 % ' sh-b.tt-se — ■ by Edgar Rice Burroughs i cwr. im. tuv * e* Jnc —Tm, Bfc U 8 l >l or. V>r*4uee4 « r n owi Boo-t nd PU> ; DtMfiOuinJ r UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, Inc *NATURE'S BROTHER* "T THOUGH THE BEAST REARED TO JHAKE HIM OFF, TARZAN CLUN6 TIGHTLY. DRIVING HIS KNIFE INTOTHE TAWNY HIDE. AS ONE OF THE LIONS CHARGED, TARZAN DODGED, V/HEELED AND LEAPED ASTRIDE THE RAGING CARNIVORE. & 'Mm THE CREATURE FELL DEAD: * But now the remaining lions charged at ONCE. T u y ml THE TREES ABOVE, LL3LING JCREAMED, BELIEVING HER HERO WAS JLJRELY DOOMED. NOW TARZAN LIFTED THE CARCASS OF THE FALLEN BEAST ANP HURLED IT INTO THE FACE OFTHE LEADING ASSAILANT. THE OTHER RACED OM, BUT TARZAN MET HIM AMD SLEW HIM AS HE HAD THE. FIRST. i THEN THE THIRD, BRIEFLY HALTED, RESUMED HIS CHARGE.TARZANJTOOD JTAUNCH, VOICING FEROCIOUS GROWLS.THE LION .STOPPED, THEN TURNED AND TROTTED AWAY ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

• • • • • • • > • I * • • • • • • • 1 • • • « 5 > PROBABLY JUST M AY BE, SIR •* BUT A LOAD OF CURIOSITY YrWE SPtIDTMEY TURNED SEEKERS^VtNSLOW--^/ on |N ESCAPING — /// I DON'T KNOW-" TMATS RK3HT, AD/VURAL- RlNCONADA LIGHT- \ AND I VISW WE 'D CAUGHT HOUS5 A SIGNAL J THAT MYSTERIOUS AUTO PENNINGTON SAW FROM THE TOWER YESTERDAY- I ^SPLENDID / TMIS SETTLES TME IDENTITY OF TME. LIGHTHOUSE SPY—VHATS WIS NAME AND RECORD7 And now let s cross the continent in the wake of an air mail rarcel which reached the offices of naval intelligence in washington a few hours ago — WE VE FOUND IT- THE MATE TO THAT FINGER-PRINT COMMANDER WINSLOW SENT US FROM THE COAST ! ITS A II WOMAN, ' ALREADY THIS UNUSUAL ADMIRAL ■m 1 ^Mpnimr THE FILES SWOW THIS PERSON TO BE A HANDSOME YOUNG GYPi SUE SERVED TIME IN SAN FRANCISCO A FEW YEARS AGO FOR SWINDLING THEY CALLED HER —LET'S MM AGENT IN MONTE CARLO.' wVS'sST. WAIT'TIL WINSLOW . 1 IlllL, HEARS ABOUT THIS / FHERE IT IS- A NICKNAME- THE COUNTESS fCopjTight, 1938...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

WELL, OFFICER OOP-/ MOT WET, V^R. HOW ABOUT MY /HIGHNESS, BUT PONT MISSING CROWN YOU WORRY, ItL GETi JEWELS?HAVE YA V'EM BACK FOR VUH,, LOCATED TH' THIEF K V'BETCHA! YET? THE GREAT _ CROWN JEWELS MYSTERY! 'Uij , \ i HIM? AW/ ALL HE'S DONE IS '™J1^V.^WASTE TIME LOOK IN' FOR DVA RECKON\cLUES! BOSH! ^ N G-MAN F002V | L00K AT -|MiX EXPERT HAS HAP 1 ANY LUCK?, m HE CALLS HIM- , SELF.' HOOEY.'' HE'S CRAZY/, _ - ; * M - - - - -: A: v iyC' Door ■ IHinHf * H Rail THE TERM, FOSSIL, MAY BE DEFINED AS . ANY KIND OF ORGANIC REMAINS OR IMPRESSIONS OF THE SAME PRE- ' SERVED FROM THE GEO- LOGIC PAST BY BURIAL IN THE EARTH'S CRUf~ ' ■/,/ DINOSAUR TRACKS IN STONE - PEACE RIVER CANYON BRITISH COLUMBIA,! CAN. . v. these trees MILLION YEARS AGO, CAN ERA OF COAL SWAMPS) GREW TO HEIGHTS OF MORE THAN A HUNDRED FEET mfy & ONE OF THE GREATEST MYSTERIES OF SCIENCE IS THE REASON FOR THE EXTRAORDINARY FIW-LIKE DEVELOP- MENT ON THE BACK OF THE PERMIAN REPTILE, PlME- TR.ODON / VA/PI i T miMMDA / TH,S CASE lS ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter sweetwater, texas COMIC SECTION • • « • • • • i • • • • i • • • • • * • • • % • * • • • • • • • • I!! this is a pretty mice SPOT for • A SUMMER. VACATIOM/ F, <\- 'III mMm flfMI v4i £&dl !«# «c a* $p^§i pi ^ trom otto aoto oh, i thikjk you're about due for a bite / THAT LOTTA CORKJMEAL AND GOOD HUNTING / FISHIMG many mem wouldve beem millionaires if they'd had th dough / 4- 1 ■v-£ m, * COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. 8-2' OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE there she goes/ we'll wait a&out 5 mimutes bepore we close IN I TOLD HER TO HAVE TH' FIFTY BUCKS isj CASH/ here's S 50, amd if those mem bring that mew ice box, look it ovec2. / if its what they claim, it's a bargain at that price/ AH-UWw YES, M'PET / to yehj she said it was [ a surprise amd mot to f opem it until she returns/ here's a c.o.d. package/ mrs. hoople just bought it amd she said to collect th' $ 50 fcom you' i'll have to take a surprise? egad/a presemt for. me, no doubt the ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

-Mem */ aR.WlLLiAM^ REG. U. S. PAT. 0FP. MO, SHE'LL JIS* THINK L WAS PLAVIKI> A JOKE ON AAV SISTER, AN' WHILE SHE'S THIMKIKJ'ABOUT IT GET OUT AM' BE GOME WON'T SHE GET SUSPICIOUS OF WHUT THEM APE THERE FER? W I WmMi WHEN) SHE BUMPS THAT TH' CAMS WILL CLATTER. US PLENTV OF WARNIN'-- NOPE-WO DOWN WINDOWS SHE POM'T LIKE ME GOIN' IN) TH' HOUSE WHILE SHE'S AWA^ BUT SHE NEVER. LOCKS TH* UPSTAIRS WIN- DOWS, CUZ SHE THINKS NOBODY . COULD GIT UP THERE m NOW IF WE HEAR THOSE CANS KATTLIN' OKJ TH' CEMENT, WE KNOW SHE'S COMIN' AN' ALL WE GOT TO DO WINDOW \\\\\\YAS\VAVA\V.V.\\V • WE'LL BE CAREFUL AN* CUT TH' W HAM AN' CHEESE VERY NEAT SO v// SHE WON'T BE ABLE TO TELL IT- BOV! VOU GOT TO USE YOUR HEAD AROUND MY /- ^ p*«!NM4 MOTHER./ m Vrs W THERE IT IS — SHE TRIPPED AOAIMST TH' STRING I RIGGED/ UP -- HEAR THEM CAMS RATTLE? TIDV UP AM' LET'S C3ET GOIKJ'/ fi t> ■' ^ OWE OF HIS SILLV PRANJklS ACjAIKJ, KiO DOUBT Ar J® iP3b« HP Mww. 7y THIS IS THE ACbE OF USIN> BRA1MS, 6RAV MATTEE_,THE OL' BE...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

• • t • • • • • • • • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • « A ♦ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • V • Here's my five BEST PALS .TONY FRA2Z0LI,MICKEY DOOLEY, WLADEK S2ENLOWSKI, IKE COHEN AN'BOBBY SMITH.ME AN' THEM WAS INSEPERATIBLE. X WISHT EVRYBUDDY COULD HAYE AS GOOD FRENDS BLEEVE ME. 1 Tony's pop come from ITALY an' wladek's from POLAND AN' MICKEY'S FROM IRELAND AN BOBBY'S FAMLY FROM ENGLAND LONG AGO. AN IKE'S GREAT GRAN PA PROM ROOMANIA. YET IT'S RIMARKABLE HOW WE ALL BLEEVED THE SAME. AN' IF ANY- BUDDY EVER PICKED ON ONE A THEM THAT WOULD BE THE ONE TIME YAD REALLY SEE ME 6LAD T'FIGHT I'LL SAY. JOE PALOOKA <J) |W:<S S\iirJi«Mf , I in* I'LL SAY. I ESPECT THIS'LL BE THE BEST VACASHUN THIS SURE WAS A SWELL IDEE GITTIN' THIS TRAILER* ——— t!_Ll 'I ■ ■ I I By HAM FISHER □ HEY- iS WATCH WE'LL HEAD RIGHT PER CALIFORNIA. HEAD PER TH' HOLLAND TUNNEL* I AINT USETA THIS. I'M V HERE'S TEN \ \ SORRY. 6EE I'VE DENTED > BUCKS—ALL ^ THE SIDE IN. , 4 HE DID WAS SCRATCH YER BUMPER." WEL...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 August 1938

THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS By R. Dirks f" CS DOT ME NO DOTS DEM KIDS HAFF DROVE ME CQO-iCO FpR per last time ? back to ( 5HE0OY6AN, DOT5 1 'Mj 6ROUCHM? AlVAYsPBuT INSPECTOR? DER A GROUCHE R- MVIT6KER5 VILl 6ROW SHRINK A SHRIMP UNO ITGIFFS OVILV rOH YEAH ? SLEEFS. PANTS, COAT, 5H0IT, _™ -EFFECTING OFF6E- I-CHOPPED, 1SS DOT HERE 6E-SNIPPED. PfRE GE-SNOPPED — )M "FINISHED UND^poj) flyg A t>PECK ? «\UND I BUY you A NEW HAT/ COME SACK? I'UltM H/MM EL— PER BOAT 155 BE-SNITZLED.' PY CHIMINY 3 GOT ENOUGH OF DISS TOOLERY* HOME you 60 UNO SHUT "0# QUIET INSPECTOR, DON'T J"!66LE- I 5AFE YOU (10G5E ME) ^ VP MAN.' J BLU33f -t°rf OUCH.' Co r. IMi by Unltrt FiMrt SindlMW. Im Tin. H I'. S. r t OR —AH fUhu itmvrt ^ -<l HANS \ \ ' Bur 0 MAmA-: VUN PEEPFUM ANYBODY UND GIFFS A BROOMING, UNDERSTAND ? PER PATIENCE 155 OUDT* fR\tZ c IIAW IS1IAW the DETECTIVE 'coot' &t)ut4s b/6-AT30_.- YES/ LCATSO — CCE '|2E BEING SHAEDUJED— A KILLER—ONE OF THE MOB — HAS FOLLOWED US ABOACD m AMP IS FLYING UJITVI US...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

1' J I' J.' r I i ii ffli it i I ... ii i ♦ ! t •Wl^R;* ."SKraSii m ..' r :>• -■ ML iw H mm . '■ :-v?y COTTON ADJUSTMENT NEXT * * * * * * European Peace Moves Suffer Weekend Setback Efforts to Stop Aid to Spanish War Collapse Two French Cabinet Ministers Quit; Nazis Strengthen Bonds By United Press Europe suffered a series of sharp setbacks today in her struggle with war worries. These developments intensi- fied her international headache: Collapse of proposals for •non- intervention in the Spanish civ- il war; Resignation of two French cab- inet ministers as a result of drastic government action to end labor troubles; Tightening of bonds between Nazi Germany and Hungary; Nazis May Got Support Slovak threats to support Nazis in the Czech minority cri- sis; Weekend developments em- phasized that six months of British Prime Minister Chamber- lain's leadership of the campaign to avoid war had ended just about where it began. In China the United States gunboat, Oahu, steamed up the Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

'y 'Wr:- ""v""-';' • ; ♦:; V .' ; '"• V!v 'i ?vY-'T^v-".-''.£&u*4:: -'•''' *'.V> SWEETTATfcR REPORTER, SXTEETWXTEH^ TEXAS " 'M ' 1 " MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 19311 Sweetwater*s Merchants And West Texas' Finest Ball Players Inaugurating The Regional Softball Tournament TONIGHT 7:30 P. M. AT CITY BALL PARK First Batter To Drive In Winning Score From 3rd Base Curley's Cafe Will Give 6 Bottles Of Beer Curley Says— Now Is Your Chance to Enter the Hall of Fame A good to star Place Curley's Cafe A Luck Mondae Calling for a delicious chocolate fountain drink for every home run made during the tournament. OMP (. v)T V t P Y D A V OlAN DRUG STOPE i / To Player Making Most Hits Globe Cleaners and Dyers Will Clean and Press The Man's Suit Free Dial $1.00 Merchandise Order to Catch- er Making Most Put Outs From The Sweetwater Mutual Life Association 111 W. Third Dial 2702 Three games, 7:30,8:30,9:30 To Pitcher Making Most Strikeouts In Any One Game Will give one pair Cleated Sole "Keds" Softbal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

iigfc-.' wM'fflifot'' <wjp :4m rjRPWj • V^FE '-.- :■* ''***£ V.' (• W*m Wt ■ '• . rV HNsM * I 9 ^1 > • 1 • • • * • f 0 1 • 4 I t • • ft • If I • I • '* ■ f AY, AUGUST 22, 195* • "' ' in ■ i 'i I in 'I i'r <wmmWmt: SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS Opens With 3 Qames On Card Tonigl Fourteen Teams Definitely Sign For Competition Six Other Teams Should Report Today on Definite Plans Concerning Meet Regional softball competition opens tonight with the first of the three game series set to open at 7:30 at the city softball park. Two more entries were re- ceived yesterday to boost the list to 14 teams definitely signed for competition and several more should indicate definite plans before the tournament opens. Tonight's schedule: 7:30—First State Bank of Mci'kri vs Lorenzo All- Stars from the Floydada district. 8:80—Magnolia Med ico, Sweetwater vs Cloverlako Creamery of Plalnview. 9:30—Maurice Shop, San Angelo vs Highway, Abilene. Sam Langford, former pro ball player, is expected with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, M «■ nr the Lord thy God, and „ serve ear by Hit name.*—Deuteronomy God should be the object of nil our desires, the cad of all our actions, the principle of all our1 af- fections, and the governing power of our whole •ouls.—-Massillon. THE GREAT O'DANIEL" REMAINS SILENT W. Lee O'Daniel, has declared that he wants to come out into the open on everything pertaining to political affairs. So far he has seen fit to ignore an open letter addressed to him by this newspaper asking him to name the professional politicians, he referred to in his campaign speeches. No doubt he feels that it is an afflront for a small city newspaper editor to ask the "great O'Daniel" anything. This may be so but even a cat can look at a king and he isn't a little dictator quite yet. So today we are sending him the following telegram and if he doesn't answer it, all we can say is that he has backed down on the proposition and doesn't have any answer. W. Lee O'Daniel, Fort Wor...

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