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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

• • • • • t • .) • # « t o > • ) * • r> ^ t I > • • I * pm< ifT - {i ^jfr| VjM| - - ' ' V" MONDAY, 22,1938 •SandwichM Von ,«hou|d try our bar- beau ? h u n $1- wlAes. They are delicious. "It's not the Tttpsjr Tur- vy anymore . . . Let's all keep cool at tbe Tav: erii . . . where every- body goes , .. t" YOU CAN Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINE and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport i -A JIFFY is the time it takes for us to your crankcase with genuine drain and fill KOOL MOTOR OIL. ROY I*ITT.MAX'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Pli. 433 t : ' J .YOULL LIKE OUR SERVICE Alice E. Wilmot Doctor of Chiropractic Massage Foot Correction Diet suited to Y-O-U-R individual body chemistry. 907 Elm St. Dial 519 Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and r Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." A1 Moore Is Entitled To One Free Haircut at Our Modern Shop ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 August 1938

Buildings Are Renovated, Additions Made Commercial Exhibit Space in Demand; Boy Scouts Have Display Work on the fair grounds pro- per in preparation for the Mid- west Exposition September 13 through 17 was going forward rapidly this week with the reno- vation of fair buildings, and scheduled replacement of the band stand. Fronts of the buildings have been repainted and the interior of the buildings are being reno- vated in preparation for the first exposition held here sin'"1 1929. The old band stand in front of the building has been torn down, and a new stand is to be erected this next week immediately in front of the general exhibit building. Eight commercial exhibit spa- ces have already been sold in the general exhibit building to Ball Brothers, Muncie Indiana, Levy Brothers, Sears Roebuck, Sweetwater Reporter. Barrow- Haney, Nolan Funiture and Hardware, Piggly Wiggly, and Community Natural Gas comp- any. Two spaces in the commer- cial exhibit building have been sold to the Bauc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

0 l, -9 • • 2$ ♦ j I I * r* 1 O I: lyjffii., '. 7V'r?r** P$?f$ .. ?p .-, .. , ,,.v £9*'■$ • *3V % fr\jK,a % nKaHw: ■ SGSHI ;,^" ,r>. V-''j''t -. • ?•• • SPECIAL SES Governor-Elect Continues Crusade For Six 'Favorites' FORT WORTH (UP)—w. Lee O'Daniel 'continued his ra- dio crusade today in behalf of six candidates he wants in state office with ridicule for "bandwagon riders." The chief objectors to his endorsement, he said, were those who became "original O'Daniel supporters" after his nomination for gov- ernor. "Of course, there was some objection from the good hoh- est folk who at first did not un- derstand the proposition," O'Daniel said, concerning his endorsement. "Rut the biggest noise came from those who ■ were not for us until the votes were counted and then they had jumped aboard the bandwagon and ridden it so hard and fast since the first primary that they had convinced themselves they were original O'Daniel boost- ers." A survey in one town, he said, revealed that 2,000...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

Girls tisplay Wort At Annual Rally Exhibit to Be in Basement of First Methodist Church On display at the 4-H club ral- ly Wednesday in the basement of the First Methodist church are to be all articles made by the girls during the tclub year, Miss Katherine Lightfoot, assis- tant demonstration agent, has announced. In the group is to be eight sec- tions: Dresses, smocks or house- coats, slips, cotton or silk, slacks, shorts or culottes with shirt, gowns or pajamas, kitch- en aprons, cup towels or hand towels, shoe racks and hat racks. The girls having the three most complete and attractive ex- hibits will be eligible for a trip to the 4-H cldb encamp- ment at the Texas State fair, Oct. 11, 12, 13, in Dallas. In ad- dition a first, second and third place ribbon is to be awarded in each division. Garments that have been worn before the rally may be entered if in good condition. Each name and club is to be printed on pieces of starched domestic and sewed on articles. Labels are to mark ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

1 j • f * I ♦ V • I • ♦ 1 * f) * <3 < « • I * * 1 9 * Ci ^ f t * 'J/1) * 1 v> • 0 *t1 .\ O o I *> ) • > \ \ • I! . SI FATEK I, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mm rrenzo, Merkel, Maurice Drop Contests Last Evening Gulf Meets Girard Ten In First Tilt, Cokes To Play Highway Team Lorenzo All-Stars and High- way of Abilene advanced to the second rounds of the regional softball tournament here last night with victories over First State bank, Merkel, and Maurice Shop, San Angelo. Cloverlake Creamery, Plainview, wired Homer Williams, regional com- missioner, late yesterday that they were unable to make the game with Magnolia Medico. Tonight's schedule: 7:30—Gulf Oilers, Sweet- water, vs. Girard All-Stars. 8:30-—Coca Cola, Abilene, vs Highway, Abilene. #:30—Lorenzo All-Stars vs the winner of the Gulf-Girard game. Gulf Oilers advanced to the semi - final rounds of the dist- rict competition at Colorado last week before going down before the Maurice Shop of San Angelo. Coca Cola edged out a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

PAGE FOUR SWEfeTWATER, TEXAS ati TUESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1938 and i mo darkneu, mo thadotc of death, the teorken of iniquity may hide themtel- M;22. be free from evil thoughts is God's beet gift.—Aeschylus. o What now, "LITTLE MAN?"' Apparently "the great O'Daniel" was only doing a little "hollering" down an empty flour barrel, when he railed against professional politicians on his recent whirlwind courtship of the voters of Texas. As yet he hasn't seen fit to answer either a letter or a telegram sent him by this newspaper asking him to come out into the open and name some of these professional politicians. This, despite his re- cent statements that he wanted to "come clean on everything." So just to give our "little dictator" another chance we are sending him another tele- gram as follows: W. Lee O'Daniel, Fort Worth, Texas. So far you have seen fit to ignore an open letter and a telegram sent you asking you to name the profes- sional politicians you recently referred to in your cam- p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

♦ « V ♦ ML ■i 5$i mm- s mi m . IA- W; TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 195* Yoa should try oar bar- becue laid- wicbea. They are delicious. "It's not the Topsy Tar- vy anymore . r • Let's all,keep cool at the Tav- ern . . . where every- body goes ... r YOU CAN Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINK and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport *@VI -A jiffy jBe! is the time it ; takes for us to your crankcase with genuine drain and fill KOOL MOTOR OIL. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 fc r — „ . YOU U LIKE OUR SERVIcr 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." * I * I; € ,l - S 7 v i * \ j t > % 1 I •> > • I * "Attention, Art Lovers" We extend to you an invi- tation to inspect a fine col- lection of French etchings and old prints. Must be seen to be appreciated.. About 1-3 the price you ordinarily pay for these...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 August 1938

for Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday-Thursday I |\|e\VS Briefs POST TO A STIES Large ^ 4£P Package - - Crystal White SOAP Giant Bars Carnation MILK SMALL CAN New Crop HONEY Pure Cane SUGAR 59c Yi gal 7 For 25c 49c 10 1 Limit lb. Paper Bag 47« WILSON'S ADVANCE 4£ 39c Shortening 8 lb. Ctn 78c Smash Hit. Repeated ! Nancv Hanks ^ PEACHES p P No. 1 Can U PEARS No. 1 Can No. 1 can .. Vienna Reg. can SAUSAGE Admiration COFFEE 1-LB, CAN 2$c Triat Brand Olive Oil 23c 4 oz. Bottle . 34c 8 oz. Bottle . 15c 29c Lord Baltimore CAKE Each 20c A Betty Crocker Recipe, a tender solid cake with a delicious boiled icing and a fruit-nut filling. Cinnamon-Nut BREAD Loaf 15c Salt-Rising BREAD L oaf 12c PORK SAUSAGE r s I5c LOIN STEAK Baby Beef lb. . . 16c CHICKEN SALAD lb. 30c SLICED BACON T 22c WEINERS Nice for Hot Dogs, lb 16C ft 0 CO A OLEO Pure,bVes laWe 19c Our Market, lb 30c U°er SPREAD Mad'in Concord GRAPES Baskets cloz. Large Barlett PEARS Large California PEACHES Thompson Seedless I Jonathan APPLES F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

mm W%mM« ■■"■;' ■ • .«. « % It- i a ■he J?ct |or y a Ihe I9'" Jni- ^ is 1 f\ > f :W sfpp™ H-®¥ :mr '& m l Following Death Of Four Inmati Capt. Frank Hawks, Noted Flier Dies following Crash of Plane BUFFALO, N. Y. — (UP) — Commander Frank Hawks, not- ed speed flier and vice-president of the Gwlnn Aircar company of Buffalo and J. Hazard Camp- bell, wellknown Buffalo sports- man, died in a Buffalo hospital last night from burns suffered when the plane in which they were taking off from a polo field in nearby East Aurora, crashed and was destroyed by fire. The death of the famous flier, former holder of the transcon- tinental speed record came a lit- tle more th2n three hours after the plane he was "demonstrat- ing", crashed. Campbell died two hours Jater. There were no eye-witnesses to the tragedy. Among the first to reach the scene of the crash was George Schneckenburger of East Auro- ra. Schneckenburger said there was very little of the plane left when he reached it. "The prop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

o SWEETWATE* REPOKTER, SWEHTVATHt TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 74 1998 K 3 t£2> * ' ifc* i f E Promoted i Eagle Rank, Nine to Star Twenty Sweetwater Boys Among Group Getting Promotions A total of 335 awards was given at the special court of honors held at the end of each of the two periods of the Buf- falo Trail council Camp Fawcett at Barksdale which closed this week. The awards included five Eag- le Scout ranks, 11 Life Scout awards, 9 Star Scout, 13 first class Scout, 25 second class awards, and 272 merit badges. Twenty Sweetwater boys were included in the list to re- ceive the awards, and four Scouts and three Scout leaders from Sweetwater were elected to honorary camping fraternity Order of the Arrow. Those re- ceiving this special honor were DeWitte Conley, Jimmy Beall, Billy White and Charles Ritter, Scouts, and J. W. Pendergrass, Ben Roberts, Jr., and H. D. Reed, leaders. Camp Largest Held This year's camp was the largest ever staged by the Buf- falo Trail council with a total e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

-m rim WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24, 193d SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS mmmft o * Qui/ Wins Two In Regional, Abilene Teams Play Thursday * ' 1 ' ■ ■ / Storybook Game Brings Thrills To Fans 9 i • « 1 • * 1 • is 1° Id la ]t |y • 1 * • • • • Gulf Downs Hard Fighting Lorenzo In Close Conflict Oilers Take Two Extra Periods To Win 7 to 6; Teams Tied Four Rounds "Tarzan the Fearless" provides no more thrills than the story- book finale that brought soft- ball fans to their feet shouting last night as those Good Gulf Oilers edged out the Lorenzo All- Stars with a close fighting 7 to 6 decision in a two extra period engagement. It all happened in the ninth inning, when, with bases loaded, 2 outs and the score tied at 3 to 3 in the first half, Gulf Pitcher Mondy knocked a homer into the left field to bring in all 4 runs and take the lead 7 to 3. Lorenzo then loaded tie bases in the second half of the period, but were able to ease in only 3 runs on 2 hits, bringing in the scores one at a time until Surro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

wMmmm ■ itonals— PACE FOUR Features SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24, 1938 on Ine. Entered u second class office In Sweetwater, Texas, e B -• • ~ George Bennltt and , Feb. 9, Russell Bennltt, Pubs. The Lord executeth righteousness and judg- ment for «ft that are oppressed.—Psalms 103;6. God's mill grinds slow but sure.—Herbert. NATIONALISM IS NOT THE CREATION OF DICTATORS It is not surprising that the dictator states of Eu- rope gave a cold reception to Secretary Hull's recent ap- peal for worldwide peace. It would be a profound mis- take, however, to assume that what he had to say was addressed solely to them, or that the rest of the world is solidly in agreement with his remarks. For the secretary of state was really reading a lecture to the people of all nations, his own in- cluded; and the real target of his attack was not so much the current resort to armed force as the underlying attitude which makes that resort to force seem advisable. For what Mr. Hull was driving at was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

• f • ; t I I t T 9 624 519 C9 1 • 9 IM GE ! 0 tton • • for « • <1 • HP. mmM ISS1HP& mJp„. ■ \y;-.:pESgZ|flgB|B K3&&j3pt££$ S& m' f ■." ■^ia® w^mm w&. -M'. MR WEDNESDAY, AUG. 24, 193ft •Sandwiches SWEETWATER REPORTER, - SWEETWATER, TEXAS WASH TUBUS AND EASY Br Sweetwater* Owa Cartoonist Sob of Judge ud Mrs. B. C. Crane, 601 East Third St. Sweetwater Yon should try our bar- becue sand- wiches. They are delicious. "It's not the Topsy Tur- vy anymore . . . Let's all keep cool at the Tav- ern . . . where every- body goes . . . !" YOU CAN Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- ( tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINE and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport SAY/ mHAT the heck.! X\lE SEWT\ NO FLOWERS LNTELV--VET HERE'S A NOTE FROKN VIRGINIA THANWU6 -A JIFFY is the time it takes for us to your crankcase with genuine drain and fill KOOL MOTOR OIL. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 YOU'LL LIKE OUR 5ERVICF...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 August 1938

SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. *4, 1938 did Welfare Director Is Dr. Young, Roscoe, X 1A marriage of considerable in- . terest in this area took place at 8 o'clock this morning when Sltss Gertrude Saylors became the bride of Dr. Tom Dobbins Young, Roscoe physician, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Beu- lah Saylors, 604 Josephine. A single ring ceremony was used as the Rev. Sam H. Young, presiding elder of the Sweetwat- er district of the Methodist church, read the nuptial vows before members of the imme- diate families. Immediately following the vows, coffee was served with a wedding cake to approximately 30 members of the two famili- es during an informal recep- tion. 'The bride was lovely in a new fall model of royal blue velvet. Fashioned empire style, the square neckline was accent- ed with delicate natural .'ilk lace through which was drawn tiny bows of self trim. The short puffed sleeves had the same treatment. No trim marked the high waistline and the sl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

SpSpfflr 1 ii Jo 9 le ly Ik In |n i bn |n Id |Tl- llC rr' < I • |ty -id Ihe lon d m l in • I * ■me I |ng < Jnd f * Iter, ■ere |ng. «l i • -M id ' an d lace lere 4 ! > of leet- 3420 # © flout • t • t ' r • f r;-py&' iff-.- '$- ■ WtWwitt- inrr i r-nmi vA'T^sSs Oklahoma May Renew New Deal Fight in Idaho In Frame An afternoon-long conference between Senator .lames F. Pope, of Idaho, and President Franklin Roosevelt at the slimmer White House at Hyde Park, X. V., gave fresh im- petus to reports that the Senator, recently defeated for re- nomination, would run independently as a New Dealer. Sen- ator Pope and the president are pictured above as they ar- rived from Hyde Park to watch a soft hall game at Pawiing, New York. /otcc. ^txa&s' Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1938 NUMBER 122 U S. Not Expected to Protest Machine Gunning of Partly American Owned Passenger Plane By Japanese Fliers HONG KONG, Thursday — (UP) — The U. S. gunboat Mindanao today...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

Team on l eu Curly Hays Pitches For Oilers Softball Ride, Boyd Leads Score Card AWlene's West Texas Utili- ties drew took the Hanlon Oiler delegation of Breckenridge for a 10 to 0 ride last night, with Curly Hays behind the softball wheel. Pitcher Hays tossed the vic- tory against the Oilers with a record of 1 hit for no runs, 2 walks, 7 strike outs, and 3 men left on base. Pitchers Spurrier and Goodman for Hanlon allow- ed 10 runs on 9 hits, walked 2, struck out 6, and left 4 on base. Catcher Boyd led the scoring attack for Utilities for 3 runs. The kilowatts chalked 4 in the second, 2 in the fourth, 1 in the fifth, and 3 in the sixth. Cal- loway took a two base hit, and Hill scored a homer for the vic- tors. Hanlon registered 2 errors to 1 for WTU. The bdx score: flaftlon AB RHE Brennon rf 2 0 0 0 Cochran rf 1 0 0 0 Turner lb 3 0 0 1 Tromer lb 0 0 0 0 Weeks 2b 3 0 0 1 Goodman p 3 0 0 0 Spurrier p 0 0 0 0 Massingale ss 2 0 0 0 Cfaft cf 2 0 0 0 Simon If 1 0 10 Hart if 0 0 0 0 Sneath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

PISS Wr ■ fflCT Wir ) * l? -?*5- '•.it.- > • thursday.awust M19S8 SWEETWATER RfTORTEB, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE " 1 ! ' . " ' i. 1'! 1" Britain To Rely On Her American Dominion In Case Of Wa: r j , • i • Canada Takes Bigger Empire t Defense Role Fortifications on Coasts i Are Strengthened And f Army Is Mechanized OTTAWA, Ont. — (UP) — The Canadian government is playing an increasingly larger role in Great Britain's rearmaments race and at the same time pre- paring Canada for the day wlTen she will be called upon to ful- fill her obligations to the em- pire in event of war. That is the latest interpreta- tion in some quarters in the capital on changes being made in Canada's defense services and the negotiations of British Air Ministry representatives to place large war-plane orders and train pilots in Canada. These dfevejopments are fos- tering charges against the gov- ernment that it is veering to- wards "militarism" and "im- perialism." The government's domestic defense and foreig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

Jm or nfutitba of any or corporation, which may . any at The Reporter's public* I be cheerfully corrected upon Jae> to attention of the publishers. Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features tla^^nd^mor^^imd itJMweik^ec^on PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1938 on Thuraday by The Sweetwater j«eparter, Inc. Entered as second class matter at post office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. *y brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the potcer of hit might.—Ephesiana 6; 10. There is nothing on earth worth being known but God and our own souls.—Bailey. l.t | I I ?! IT IS UP TO US TO SAVE OURSELVES Only two days left before the people of Texas have to decide whether they are going to throw in with the old gang of professional politicians or vote for candi- dates of their own choice. "The Great O'Daniel" to the contrary, it is not in the best interests of our democratic form of government, that he have the legislature and the judici...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

• • • ; • • • • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • • t • • • • • t • r • * l<3 SisSPlH -•'if, t THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1938~ * SWEETVATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' Athletic Board To Match Lions Club Fund For Grid Cam PAGE 2 Weeks Training Camp to Open Monday Morning Half of Needed Amount Already Raised by Sweetwater Civic Club Five members of the Sweet- water Independent school board met briefly Wednesday morning to take action on the football training camp to get underway Monday for a two weeks' period. Their decision on the matter, after considerable discussion, was to match funds already raised by the Lions club to fin- ance the training school from the athletic fund of the school instead of by public subscrip- tion for the rest of the money needed for the two weeks' camp. This action was taken in view of the fact that the fund would come direct from the fans' donation to the athletic fund instead of the taxpayers money, according to Henry Mar- shall, member of the board. Others pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

4jUS5ra «k t^wsfKeenffi bv • «<&• Suffers Burns Hp* ■ r-** I iv¥:' p H V^'-' SWEETWATER, TEXAS ::_ ' vi ' '■ '■ &*** CLASSIFIED ADS While making starch at her Kpme, 313 Poplar yesterday, Mrs. W. N. Deaton suffered a pain- ful Injury when she spilled the hot liquid on her right arm. She received emergency treatment at the Sweetwater hospital. Attend- ants report the burns not dan- gerous. Miss Virginia Cress, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cress, was moved home from the Sweet- water hospital after a tonsil op- eration. Nelda Frances Foreman, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Foreman, Roby, was dismissed today after a tonsil operation. Mrs. J. L. Spencer was moved home Wednesday in a Yates am- bulance after an operation. F. L. Stewart, route 2, is a medical patient at the Sweetwat- er hospital, suffering blood stream infection. Melven Thompson Respectfully Solicits Your Vote For i • - . - . Commissioner of Precinct No. 1 —If elected, I promise to administer all the du- ties ...

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