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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

l>: 3?' ?■. P®:■" W. y^iw^:- toMK ^ * tHUHSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS | • • i j • • ) • ft • « • ' f • • • • • • r « • ? • • ' • * • 9 •• ' t • • Interscholastic League Announces Eligibility Rule Chan, Press Box Sports By Burt Hhelton In the realm of college foot- hall several members of the Lone Star conference seem quite upset over the league's suggestion that freshman grid- tiers be allowed to play on the varsity squad ... in fact North Texas, East Texas and West Texas state colleges are threat- ening to withdraw for set-up and form a new conference. They should like for lli<> new league to include the three mentioned grid dele- gations, together with Hard- in-Kininions university, How- ard Payne, and Oklahoma City university. When approached on the sub- ject by an Abilene scribe, Coach Frank Kimbrough, HSU men- tor, said he had not been inform- ed concerning such an idea and gave no indication the Cowboys would be interested in such a set-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

m sir corporal . any of The Reporter's publics- 1 be cheerfully corrected upon be- lit to attention of the publishers. whi* '" Editorials— «*■ nnhlloi. Il>VI ; ■ Published each PAGE FOUR REPORTER—Features E Entered msewn SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1938 also Sunday mooting and Its on Thursday by The Bweetw Inc. Entered as second class matter office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. . George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. ye have spoken vanity, and seen lies tfore, behold I am against you, saith the Lord God.——Ezekiel 13 ;8. Speaking much is a sign of vanity; for he that Is lavish in words is a niggard in need.—Sir W. Raleigh. ADJOINING COUNTIES COOPERATE WITH EXPOSITION Cooperation shown by surrounding communities in exhibiting at the Midwest Exposition should be the source of considerable satisfaction to Sweetwater. It certainly demonstrates a friendly feeling and presence of goodwill that is not to be measured in dollars and cents- It repays in full measure the efforts of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

Pr;-#:«m$B8L THOTSDAY. SEPT. 8, 1938 an im m, rnmmMi mm mm ¥ S™lfP - ; 't ■>' . . ; '• ■ S SIP SWEETWATER KEW&RTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS eetwater Schools To Meet Saturday Morning • • Principals to Discuss Problems Of Profession Registration Set to • Begin Monday in All White Schools in City t • • • • t • • • .t. I i • • « • • • • • All teachers of the Sweetwat- er public schools are to meet in a general faculty organization meeting at the senior high school at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. The formal program will con- sist of short talks by the prin- cipals of the different schools. J. H. Williams, principal of senior high school, will discuss "The Classroom as a Focal Point in the Educational Program;" G. E. Williams, principal of John H. Reagan junior high school, will discuss "Unity of Purpose Within the Teaching Personnel;" L. C. King, princi- pal of J. P. Cowen school, will discuss "Relationships and Atti- tudes;" H. D. Reed, principal of Philip Nolan, will discuss "Du- ties ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

swmwAifitt lEtt, SWEfitWAtEtt, TEXAS omen Lubbock' Woman linated for ;x. PTA Office Mrs- James B. Day to Be Voted on for Vice President at State Meet AUSTIN — More than 2,000 letters are being mailed from the state headquarters of the Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers, calling membership to meet in convention at Lub- bock, November 15-17. One letter is being mailed to each local unit president. Although the convention is nearly three months away, Mrs. M. A. Taylor, Bonham, state pre- sident, reports that the program is taking its final form, and par- ent-teacher workers are making plans to attend. Nationally- known child welfare workers and parent-education leaders will revivify the parent-teacher pro- gram of service for accredited delegates and representatives of local units: Officers of the Texas congress for 1038-41 will be elected at the Lubbock convention. Nom- inees are as follows: President, Mrs. Joe A. Wessendorff, Rich- mond: first vice president, Mrs. J. E. Griggs, A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

y ' IP . ^ ♦.;••,'$""fo *£•/ ^app *^K#sel •f*HpKS AY; HSPT.' s, i9C3 I • Say, can't you hdve a lot of fun out here at the Tavern.' ' t It's So Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport * 1 « Mahogany Twin Bed Suite 5-pc. mahogany twin bed suite consisting of two large poster bed colonial style vanity. Ex- tra large chest and bench. This is an un- usually good suite- Must be seen to be appreciat- ed. Onlv I'UHMAXENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 007 Elm. St. Sweetwater • !• • r9 ♦ !/• If you work alone in a dark room, a neat hair- cut is not so important. On all other work, it is! Visit us today- Unex- celled work and guaran- teed satisfaction. .McC BARBER j S H O P (Xext to Wool worth 5-10) N. Side Square -v>S. -■ ' : SflEfeE Wfrfflk - a^ag •- & if & , finmotu BATTERY HAKTGRAVES BKOS. Super Kireslovie Service 218 W. Bdwy. I'll. 521 .© BROADCAST | YOUR ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

- - •• Outlined For Obtaining RE A Funds Armstrong1 mored At Party i -Honoring Betty Mae Arm- strong, who celebrated her birth- day Tuesday, Mrs. J. M. Brat- cher entertained at her home, 005 West Third street, with a party. The hostess was assisted by Mmes. M. H. Williams, D. F. Brians and Loneta Jarvis. After a series of games, a large pink birthday cake topped with four white candles was cut and served with lemonade and ice cream to the following guests: Doris Welch, Charlene Lewis, Betty Jo Burns, Peggy Sue Ron- emus, Charlene Brown, Dona Ann Logan, Patricia Ruth Ter- rell, June Long, Weldon Long, Joe Robert Baulch, David Bau- lch, Wilma Sparkman, Joan Jar- vis, Marieta Williams, Timorah Ami Brown, Vernelle Carroll am} Darla Dee Brians. * * * Miss Pate Honors Simpson Children Miss Betey Pate entertain- ed with a threatre party Wednesday evening as a final social courtesy to Bettie and John Simpson who are leaving Friday with their parents to make their home in Fort Worth. Fiftee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

• >« \ I ) « I w > « • • $ ft 9 ft t [J * > if li- ln l>r ps ft a Id Lg ' 1st ft ft > ft ft ft t • ft * 11 J ' I J ft i H f '*3 / Jgrf2 * ^ V ' fs W ''1 A" " t W TO EXPLODEI Man Dies In M«& ■, v- —— Sweetwater Reporter VOL. xu SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1938 NUMBER 131 Academy Proposes Hospital Insurance Each Citizen Would Pay 75 Cents a Month Doctor Would Receive $6 a Day During First 21 Days of Illness CLEVELAND — (UP) —The economics committee of the Academy of Medicine today pro- posed hospital insurance for the general public at $9 a year in what was believed to be the first support by the medical pro- fession itself of a universal hos- pitalization plan. If approved, the plan probably will go into effect shortly after January 1, 1939. As proposed, the medical insurance would cost citizens 75 cents a month and would pay $6 daily toward his doctor bill for every day up to 21 days spent in a hospital j during the year. SCOUT TELLS HOW 3 PALS VAINLY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

-i >V !fP M^a'®pp^wNPwssap ?■- ' " "i %. '■>■'■' v : "■ fer 4!'«. I .(! **?. ir:-' M I *>& >'T-^v+,!gr^?v-. ivl ' '«3 ;'ai. •",,\-h■ l«rc*i«SW^fflPr • 'W- -««-«^^liiHpiiPi^SS^' ■ vMftjNRfc SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1938 'etwater Mustangs Close Quid Training Camp Tonight 5ts Good .University Sjys Coach Bible :£onghorns Open Drill ; Sessions With Sixteen ;§Eettermen On Wednesday 'j&STIN — (UP) — Dana X. Bible, veteran or several foot- ball seasons, looked over the 1938" candidates at the Univer- sity of Texas yesterday and de- cided that prospects did not look bad. -"Not bad. Not bad indeed," gcinned the bald, stoutish coach who_ came to Texas last year with one of the nation's out- standing records and finished last'.in the Southwest confer- ence; Sixteen lettermen reported for Wednesday's workout and sbm6 of them already were threatened by a promising group If you are looking for a feather weight hat . . . here it is in a Whitten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1938 SWEEfWATEK REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ♦ « I i: iil J A • I t 1 •l Take Your Biggest Basket .... and swing into savings this weekend and fill it with our outstanding food values. You'll know then why so many of your f riends and neighbors sing prais- es of our modern system which promotes saving without stinting on quality or quantity. GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY - «> i | Vv-tf > . .j] ju" 'an ■ Gold Medal Dozen Large (i olden Consul APRICOTS - BANANAS FREE! (Jul. Can Pure Cane I Until SUGAR - <nibPapcr Bag Friday Afternoon and Saturday Only Limit 1 Deal To Customer Pkgs. LIBBYS SWEET Large Elberta Doz 25c 150 size Jonathan APPLES, doz. Lp. Gravenstein APPLES, doz. PEACHES 19c Seedless GRAPE- r*-, itjX FRUIT, each ... Tokay GRAPES limit 3 lbs "1.41c LEMONS s"iiS' 19c PEACHES K\'Z'25c PEARS u Wl! 25c PRUNES Frt 10c LIMES 'T ™ 9c NECTARINES 'ttr* 19c Snappy GREEN BEANS SQUASH NO. 7/2 CAN Valencia * A. ORANGES, doz. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

PAGE FOUR offlc# OMUP • • SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1938 daUvereih and retcueth, and he worheth and vmnder* in heaven and in earth, uho hath Daniel from the power of the lion* 6}27. The truly valiant dare everything except doing Uiy other body an injury.—Sir P. Sidney. Things Haven't Worked Out Exactly as Planned I Vli £ FISHER COUNTY PAYS TRIBUTE TO HORSE AND MULE Fisher county pays tribute to the mule and horse in its annual Jack and Stallion Show. In a day when mechanization of farming occu- pies increasing interest such an event is a remind- er that men are still keenly alive to good horse and mule flesh on the farm. Work and breeding stock featured in the one-day show is definite proof that an important source of farm income can be and is still derived from horses and mules. By devoting a show where fine animals may be view- ed by the public, real effort is demonstrated to foster better breeding of work stock. It is just as necessary that good breeding of mules and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

Si, ■alliiP lc y is Ir- I 1 In b- Be Id |g • • • • • • • • t • • • • • * • • • • f '> 'J • • • • * • • • % im •f*" S W KSTWklEit SWEErrATER, TE3CB Health Unit Committee to Meet Saturday Report of Roundup Work to Be Given at Afternoon Session Members of the Nolan Coun- ty Health unit advisory com- mittee are asked to meet at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the home demonstration office of the courthouse. Mrs. R. K. Smith, vice-presi- dent, is in charge in the absence of Mrs. C. O. Fields, who has moved to Brownwood. Mrs. R. B. Tate, secretary, is to read the minutes of the last session: Mrs. Mason Pee is to give a report of the 1938 pre- school roundup in Nolan coun- ty, and Mrs. L. F. Johnson, Abi- lene, is to speak on the im- portance of the roundup pro- gram. o Home Economics Teacher Resigns SYLVESTER — Mrs. Marvin Wallace, formerly Anne Gray, has resigned her position as teacher of vocational home eco- nomics in the Sylvester high school. She has accepted a simi- lar position ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

kcTTi Supply 25,175,000 lales Available ' * - Yield of 214.1 Pounds ' Lint to Acre Forecast; - Surplus Bales on Hand WASHINGTON — (UP) — jThe agriculture department to- jday set out to find new mar- kets for cotton after a 1938 pro duction forecast of 11,825,000 bales indicated an all-time Am- erican record supply of 25,175,- 000 bales. Agriculture Adjustment ad- ministration officials said em- phasis would be placed on in-j creasing exports but no broad subsidy program was under consideration. "Effort^ also Would be made to increase do- mestic consumption, they said. The department's crop report- ing board estimate, based on Sept. 1 conditions, indicated a crop of 163,000 bales less than a month earlier. The figure was a million bales above production planned under the new farm act acreage program. The board forecast a yield of 2*.4.1 pounds of lint cotton an acre on the 26,-149,000 acres re- maining for harvest. The condi- tion of the crop on Sept. 1 was 65 per cent of normal. Aba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

• I > • A FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1938 Say, can't you have a lot of fun out here at the Tavern. It's Ho Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport Mahogany Twin V -' •' Bed Suite 5-pc. mahogany twin bed suite consisting of two large poster bed colonial style vanity. Ex- tra large chest and bench. This is an un- usually good suite- Must be seen to be appreciat- I'KKMAXENT WAVES S3.10 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Kim. Ht. Sweetwater Curley Ashley Is Entitled to One Free Hair Cut It pays to look well in all lines of business! Be- fore buying your new- fall suit call on your barber anil net a }{<miiI liair cut. You will be easier to please. L.M.C Only BARBER SHOP (Xext to Wool worth 5-10) N. Side Square , 15 >vl ?ire$tone BATTERY J PER WEEK HART(JRAVES I5UOS. Super Firestone Service 21K W. Rdwy. I'll. 521 BROADCAST | YOUR OWN PROGRAMS With The Wilcox Gay Phonograph Rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 September 1938

> ••as __ J® i R^ftVv,™ ::j9KS SWEKHTATE# sweetwatek, tod BBB®P|ilgfc ' pV' ■; ' ' 'it — —■ ' : — rict Attorney Fights To Keep Racket Case In Court ;RKETS '■* Quotations furnished through the courtesy of Sweetwater Cot- ton Oil company: Wheat, No. 1, bushel 50c its. No. 2, bushel 23c •ley, No. 3, bushel 30c Maize heads, ton Whit< Site heads, ton $6 Threshed maize, Cwt 45c Threshed Kaffir and > Hegari, Cwt 45c Cottonseed, cash $18 Cottonseed, exchange $19 FORT WORTH — (UP) — Fort Worth livestock market. ^ Hogs 60d, mostly 10 higher. Top butchers 8.60. Bulk good butchers 8.50 to 8.60. Mixed fades 7.50 to 8.40. Packing sows to 7.75. j Cattle 2500; calves 1000; stea- dy. Steers 6.25 to 9.10. Yearlings 6.25 to 10. Fat cows 4 to 5.50. Former Classmates Guests At Roscoe ROSCOE — Miss Jane Young entertained as her guests Thurs- day former classmates and friends, Marisue Parramore, Sim- mons student, Mary Frances Morris and Ruth Boger, former classmates at McMurry college, Abilene. ...

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

i. • fp ■mm '■fv&v *) #) 9 , • 1 * a hial |ng hite $26 Lre'« khe [the lit- v3 I • : 9, * 1 ' • r • 1 t <*, t <:• r> 12 t !' f • ? OOrtN Boosters Carry Fair to Jones, Fisher Counties Revived Event Advertised At Hamlin, Roby, Rotan, Sylvester, Elsewhere Culminating in a rally on the north courthouse lawn, the Sweetwater and Rotary clubs' goodwill tour to publicize the Midwest Exposition proved a most successful event Friday af- ternoon. Newman high school band, under Russell Shrader's direction, after appearing at each stop on the trip, stayed on to finish the tour with a brief program from the courthouse steps preceding the announce- ments and talks on the forth- coming fair. George Bennitt, president of the Board of City Development, in a brief talk urged the fullest cooperation during fair week that the event might be a real credit to Sweetwater. He was introduced by Zollie Steakley, Jr., who was master of cere- monies on the tour. Preceding the rally, the cars partici...

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

' mm—iHMWiirm'WWiii "inr lone O. Perry oiai urn Society Editor al Young Men And Women Prepare To Enter College ity To Lose About 100 Boys And Girls . By lone B. Perry As the annual trek to college begins this week almost 100 girls and boys—young women and young men who will be the fu- ture executives and young matrons of the town a short decade from now—will be leaving for institutions of higher learning. Some go to college for the first time, undecided which courses to take or which rush bids to ac- cept for sororities or fraterni- ties. Others go to receive their degrees and, equipped for cit- izenship, start out to put into practice some of the things learn- ed during the last four years, texas Colleges Popular The largest group of young men and fair 'Betty Co-Eds' ever to leave SWeetwater to enter colleges and universities will de- part within the next week or two, the ihaJ6rity of them to matriculate In Texas schools. With 31 senior colleges and universities in Texas and 36 jun...

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

«1 ■® I > « r 15 f * I « # > J y. •I- Women's Interest Clubs • Churches tone D. Perry Society Sdltor Dial i3tt - 1. . n 1 ii Four Federated Literary Clubs To Open Season Friday Officers Beginning Their Second Year Launching programs that promise to he constructive and enter- taining, and that will keep club women mentally alert and abreast of the times, the four federated literary clubs—Athen- aeum, La-Kee-Kon, Self Culture and Sorosis—will formally open the club season Friday, two with one o'clock luncheons, one with an all-day barbecue on a ranch, and the other with a regular af- ternoon program Presidents of the clubs are be- ginning their second year, hav- ing been elected for two years in 1937, and are enthusiastic over the programs outlined by year- book committees during the summer months. All four clubs belong to the sixth district, M. Walker. I.c-Kcc-Koii Club The La-Kee-Kon book review club will meet. Friday afternoon at the home of the program chairman, Mrs. Bolton ...

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

i&tet"^^^dmsm&o^. '-^^JL jfe?*1 S mmw: IA1 <4 € pWW Egffirav I' «' It l; « it Says fc Free Of lenisM War Threat Drives ■ Market Down; Japan j*'- •'- ■• ; To Continue Fighting EN ROUTE TO ROCHEST- ER, Minn. — (UP) — Presi- dent Roosevelt sped west Satur- day to the bedside of his son, James, after reiterating his stand against aggressor nations but disclaiming any moral alignment with European democracies. The chief executive reaffirm- ed his foreign policy by calling attention to his speeches and those of Secretary of State Cor- dell Hull. V. A, Supervisor MODERATE DECLINE IN STOCKS AND BONDS NEW YORK — (UP) —Wall Street operators strove to adjust their accounts Saturday for any European eventuality over the weekend. The net result was a moderate decline in stocks and bonds. JAPAN TO CONTINUE WAR ON CHINESE SHANGHAI — (UP) — Japan will continue its war against China after the expected fall of Hankow, the emergency capi- tal, a Japanese army spokesman said Saturday. Roby (...

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

w h • • • I • 11 • in |G- Is' |r- ln " I"" serti First Competition Slated With Other Districts Or Class B Teams elt Teams Officially Open Quid, Season Frit Cagey Idea Claiming that a white ball is more easily followed by players and spectators alike, Hank Lui- setti, former Stanford All- America eager, says he will ; recommend the use of a bleached ; basketball to the Pacific Coast (Conference this year. Experi- ments with the white sphere [were conducted during the .basketball sequences of u pic- 'ture Luisetti is making in a Hollywood studio. u Six-Man League To Start Series On September 23 Officials Completing Grid Schedule For New Football Organization DIVIDE — Plans for the re- cently formed six-man football league are being formulated by representatives of Trent, Divide,! Blackwell, Pyron, Sylvester, Hobbs and Dowell schools with first games of the new league to begin on September 23. The schedule has not been completed but is to be released within the next few days. Offi- cia...

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

'• .v.'. if S I "W j ii : i fev*. fe*«'.- $g$i| ?s's **1'T& ^'t ■•>■"' 1.. ity Child Welfare Board Cooperating local Organization One Of First in State; Has Aided Many Children Nolan county joins the state of Texas today in celebrating Underprivileged Children's Day, proclaimed by Governor James V. Allred. The Nolan Ccunty Child Welfare board, during August, had 112 children under supervision. Seven of these were placed in boarding homes, in preference to an in- stitution. Underprivileged child- ren h ve a better opportunity to develop into normal adults if given a home life, child wel fare offic'als said. Today has been set aside to attract attention to the needs of children in Texas. More than 30.000 are living with their own people, through fin- ancial ssslstance of the division of county's unit is the oldest of five in the state and has, through the years, been instru- mental in saving many child- ren from being "kinwrecked." Last year the state voted to participate in th...

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