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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

p£p^tp:t'jiffv:V ■ • • O ) t I • • ,1 r 52-i P ID E £T WATER, TEXAS Wmm- Qay 1 the music and entertainment at the Tavern makes it the place to go! Harri- son's Texans are back again! THE TAVERN Across From Airport BaS GirS-E'sa §:i$8 wastBssg' 3m© Issss! ' V e I (MM. Iix ^ p,'' ■ "HERE 1 iiiii ill <i matinee wIipu I could lie ;it .1. \V. KJrod Furniture Ituyin"; it beautiful lil'dj'oojn sultry. They showed a peach yes- lertlay — and priced so low!" N. Side Square —« J = fir«$fon« BATTERY 4vw 7 PER WEEK ft Plows Deeper, chedper and costs Less! LET AIJTJIS-('HAT,MF.RH I'AltM TRACTORS SAVE VOU TIME and MONEY. Write or ('all Grover Hanes 205 West Rdwy. « ) PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 S.i.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwater !>>" '' Nadiuc Callicoutle Is Entitled to One Free Hair Cut HARTGRAVES RROS. Super Firestone Service 218 W. Rdwy. I'll. 521 M • f "RIVE IN AM) <iV\ * (JIVE your bat- ■ ' tery a drink. It's on thi' house! No ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

or-Nominee May WW Gary Smith To Reunion Mrs. Gary L. Smith, aceom- by Mrs. Sam Baugh, and air. and Mrs. Clyce Smith, is in Sherman to attend the family reunion and birthday celebra- | tlon of her brother-in-law, Dr. T. S. Clyce, president emeritus of Austin college. Dr. Clyce was president of the eollege for 30 years before his recent retirement. At present, he is a professor of philosophy. He is to be honored with a recep- tion Monday to which the local Sheriff Testifies In Vega Theft Trial Sheriff Tom Wade returned Saturday morning from Vega, where he was a witness in the Roy Perry case. Perry is being tried on a charge of cattle theft. Wade recovered nine head of cat- tle here last month allegedly sto- len from the C. Glasscock ranch southwest of Vega. group has been invited. They plan to remain until Wed- nesday. We're Hipped On CARTER'S As First Foundations For Smart Juniors And so are the Juniors . . . who usually resent restraint. For Carters are so supple . . . the chiffon l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

Cr !l) J# |r- it he 1«> pn lid lb. Jy fiy Btf F'9 |y, JS- r's |ty ll'S# Irs, lue Irn lice vs, (lis# ip- Gas ler- A bckf I A. ip- tiey ;>le- |ml-0 Ian, ling np- [ny, ner In et0 port, lolia ip- fead- R.® R. |Co- high lung |lub,_ Wo* Ro- 4 • ON PABADE TEXAS • ■m fell TER r %&,&' *m &*%&#/*•>«$■ 10t Btf .:®w r AT EXPOSITION VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1938 NUMBER fees, Ttrict Jhey ■Oris ji I.Ian# lUP) Iklies* era- lould Issed lcon- ly! «s e" Girl Employes Compete for Title of 'Sears Queen' <"£jp •■'.'/-A. i These girls, all employes of Sears, Roebuck an'l Co., are awaiting the outcome of a contest which will name one of them queen of that concern's nation-wide 52nd anniversary celebra- tion this month. According to J. C. Rowland, manager of the Sweetwater Sears store, the win- ner is being selected by popular vote of the company's employes in all pails of the country. Top row, left to right, Carolyn Fowler, Memphis; Edith Morehouse, Sale...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

God hath promised pardon to him that repent- Mlt but he hath not promised repentance to him that sinneth.—Anselm. SWEETWATER INVITES YOU TO MIDWEST EXPOSITION Come to the fair. The Midwest Exposition is your fair. It has been made particularly so because it is free to the public, no gate charge. You just walk in and see all the exhibits. But this is your fair for other reasons. Every exhibit typifies West Texas. West Texas is your home. Women and girls will show what is being done in Home Demonstration work; 4-H club boys have taken time to prepare displays of their ac- activities; vocational agriculture has moved its headquarters to the fair for its duration. Livestock and poultry from neighboring ranges and farms are to be shown. Everywhere you will find the com- munity spirit exemplified in what is a "home fair." This in no way indicates a lack of magnitude but increases its importance to all of us as individ- uals. Midwest Exposition is an opportunity to develop further communit...

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

4 1 i •> 4 « 2 \ SUNDAY, - ... *♦■•• ■ ■*' *••••-• "r1- 1 • >t' ■•• ranee mmmmrn&im Hitler Piqued By Attitude of The Two Nations Announcement That Two Will Fight Aggression Is Urged by French By WKBfl MILLER Copyright By UP LONDON — The British ad- miralty today ordered mine- sweeping flotilla No. 1 brought to lull strength immediately and ordered up four mine-sweeping destroyers from the. naval re- serve as "precautionary mea- sues'' in the European emergen- cy. The reinforcement of Britain's sea strength was officially at- tributed to "the disturbed Euro- pean situation." Forty-two warships of the home fleet, loaded with unusual- ly heavy supplies of "live" am- munition, wen? on maneuvers in the North Sea. At tlie same time Britain and France perfected plans for merging '.heir armed strength in a gigantic fighting machine, ready to spring into action on a few hours' notice, as the Czech- oslovak crisis remained near the explosion point. Formidable Alliance The two nation...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

35H Bawl Styles' ARRIVED THE NEW Platform Soles • Brown Suede • Black Suede • Wine Suede The New "Dutch-Boy" Heel As Pictured Above $3*95 Russell's Shoe Dept. "The Dept. of Hunderds of Style" Sweetwater, Mrs. Byron McCall Have you tried the... ROUGH-DRY 1 £5 tic Each Additional Pound Shirts Finished 7c Each You will like this exceptional service. Try it next time .... Just Call 621 Sweetwater, Mrs. H. S. Coker SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Phone 621 Reg. 2.95 New Fall Hats in all the new shades. Lrage and small sizes. $1.98 Complete Clearence T oritpc SUMMER DRESSES Values to 10.95 To Clear $2.98 Monday Only Here is a Value You Can't Afford to Miss JUST ARRIVE A beautiful selection of children's coats. New styles and pattens. 5.95 to 11.85 SOBE'S North Side of Square Fashion Shop Monday Special Silk REMNENTS 1 TABLE Each 15^ 1 TABLE Each 25c i table HALF PRICE (Attand Mid-West Exposition Sept. 13-17 incl.) Sweetwater, Mrs. V. N. Morton ■PP IWXj. 5 V 111 * ® m Fried Chicken Dinners - - - 25...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

; |se Intanini two asi L 111'! a lation rclocl Issifn Super-Specials spelled Words $3.00 IN CASH! lri.t pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or g them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who les slips showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 * price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled pertaining to firs-t prize winer will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note Monday. Prize winners will be announced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst o| contest judges is finale. IS! CELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! ie Theatre Tickets Each Week )f thi) management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given ittached to this offer. If your names appear many one of the Special ads just khe*Texts or Rtz theaters and you will be admited free. SPECIALS" SATE!! • •_ • • Glas-Bake Custard Cups Reg. 5c Values q Individual custard cup of highest grade Glass- bake processed glass....

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

As Kafcyjl AS:;- ' "':v Weather As Reason Crop Decline Circus Aerial Star Wheat Yield Placed at 13.2 Bushels, Corn at 26.6 Bushels to Acre WASHINGTON — (UP) — The agriculture' department in a general crop forecast said that the 1938 corn harves would approximate 2,454,52fi,00'u bushels and estimated wheat production at 939,972,000 bush- els, or 16,017,000 below the August prediction. Based on Sept. 1 condition#;, the corn forecast was slightly lower than the August estimate of 2,506,221,000 bushels, due largely to hot, dry "weather in the nation's coin belt, the crop board said. Although 16,017,000 bushels below the August forecast, the whent prediction nevertheless indicated th;it this yeav'rf har- vest would be the second largest on record, if the lower figure is substantiated in figure fore- casts. production loans on wheat may be unnecessary this fall. Corn Yield at 2<U> Bu. The indicated yield of corn per acre, according to the crop board, was 2<>.G bushels, while t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

I J la ',« le ]t lit In }:• le It 111 - ; w rs Ir- lit PI lid lit ■to las ■05? It* LDS wen * NS 5= E :es « aw 'liS !fi October 1 Set As Date for Cot In Rail Wages Vote on Proposed Strike to Be Counted By Sc-lember 26 CHICAGO (UP) - The carriers' Joint conference com mittee, representing 142 class 1 railroads, Saturday announc- ed in a formal statement that a 15 per cent wage cut, post- poned since July 1 by confer- ences under the railway labor act, would become effective at 12:01 a. m. Saturday, Oct. 1. The announcement was issuod as an ultimatum to almost 1,- 000,000 organized employes who now are voting in a na- tionwide strike poll to determine their course if and when the reduction becomes effective. To Canvuss Vote George M. Harrison, grand chairman of 18 brotherhoods, and A. F. Whitney, president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, who have directed labor delegates in all conferenc es on the four-month-old dis- pute, have promised a canvass of the strike ballots by Sept....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

.. V:.-. SCHOOL PAYS START AGAIN MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12 Once more the school bell rings and children star t off for their first day in school. Their faces are bright and eager as they leave mother at the door st ep. Unless we are careful, tragedy stalks them as they skip gaily on their way. Let not the crime of careless driving that will bring sorrow to any Nolan county home, be marked against any of us. Let's observe all the traffic rules and take no chances. We All Remember Our Own Happy School Days ««•!$ X > > < "i t '-•t • - *' LET'S REMEMBER TO DRIVE CAREFULLY! So That No Tragedy Will Stalk Any Home in This Area There Were 21 Traffic Deaths in Nolan County Last Year Hackt# i School' r R. S. Covey Superintendent City Schools Mrs. Virginia E. Stanfield Comity Superintendent Vandervoort's Mrs. Thelma Bowen Postmaster Dr. C. A. Rosebrough Dr. A. H. Fortner Home Dairy Company Cowen's Shoe Store Tom Wade Gulf Service Station 401 Hast Broadway—Buddy Roy, Mgr. Mrs. Myrtle Roberts...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

•j * ! « t t ' 1938 Fair Revives Annual Event In presenting the 1938 Mid- west Exposition, a free fair, the Nolan County Fair association is reassuming a responsibility that was suspended in 1930 "be- cause of the poor financial pros- pects of the future." In reviving the Midwest Expo- sition after a lapse of eight years, officers, directors and j department super intendents have "proceeded cautiously, for I the financial outcome is only a i guess." In reestablishing the exposi-1 tion, the officers and directors have seen fit to eliminate some of the departments of pre- vious fairs and have revised many of the present departments on an entirely new basis. Eight. Counties Listed Especially have the officers been anxious to make the Mid- west Exposition, not a Sweet- water or Nolan county fair, but an enterprise in which eight surrounding counties can feel they have a distinct part in mak- ing it a success. These counties are Fisher, Scurry, Mitchell, Coke, Runnels, Taylor and Jones. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

tmm. "r •" "I ■ J , <1, Jf 1 y Shape Pr ogram O • K • Jordan, nt, Geo. r, Manager Many Served on Boards Of Previous Expositions by Association Twenty-eight Nolan county men and women have been ac tively engaged in shaping the destiny of the revived Midwest Exposition this year. Many of tnese men and wo men have served as either offi- cers, directors or department superintendents, or all three in previous fairs sponsored by the Nolan County Fair association. The last president of . the fair association prior to this year was the late Lon Geer, who, seeing the prospects of a fin- ancial crisis in 1930, recommend- ed the cancellation of the an- nual exposition, which recom- mendation was followed by the directors. Officers of the 1938 free fair are: Austin Jordan, Blackwell, pre- sident; Philip Yonge, vice pre- sident; J. N. Dulaney, treasurer: George D. Barber, secretary "and manager; and Billy Hudgins, as- sistant secretary. The latter four are all of Sweetwater. Directors of the ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

lif&S m / ■ 4? m mmm .v;' v*\ ■>'!'& '.'■ 11 " 1 ' ! > 1 -y ,yst, >~.v- 11,1938 W\ SWEETWATER fcEPQRTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS •• • • •I- • I • • I • Special Displays Arranged by Five Organizations Commercial and Indus- trial Firms to Show Wares at Exposition At least six departments and six groups of exhibitors are slated to show their wares when the revived annual Midwest Ex- position opens its gates Tues- day for a five day fair from Sep- tember 13 through 17. Departments included in the exposition and their superintend- ents are livestock, Walter L. Boothe; Hereford cattle, J. N. Dulaney; dairy cattle, Clarice Matthews; sheep and goats, S. C. Shultz; swine, P. M. (Curley) Ashley; and poultry, L. G. Shep- perd. J. W. Pritchett of Stamford, has been named by the fair offi- cials to judge the poultry show. and judges for the livestock and community exhibits are to be named by County Agent R B. Tate. Community exhibits are under direction of W. H. Bennett, and include f...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

imttlttr"- etnium Money to Be Distri r . , SEPTEMBERl 1,19M to W est Texas Exhibitors In Prizes ►Goto Winners [idwest Fair 450 Ribbons Are to Be .Given Exhibitors At Exposition Cash premiums and awards in excess of $1225 and nearly 450 ribbons are to be given partici- pants in the revived annual Midwest Exposition and in the parade opening the entertain- ment Tuesday. Large single prize awards are to go-to winners in the commu- nity exhibit competition. Repre- sentatives of four groups in No- lan county, two in Fisher, and one in Mitchell are to compete for their portion of the SI 20 be- ing offered. First prize is $30, second $25, third $20, fourth $15, and $10 to each of the other ex- hibiting communities. Ribbon awards are to be given for the first three and four places in the various divisions of the fair in addition to the cash awards given. The customary blue ribbon signifies first place, red means second, white Is third, yellow for fourth, and roy- al purple and purple are pr...

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

•'•iW'V ' 1 • " " international Harvester Company Interested In Progress of West Texas Fa rmers and Ranchers • • i * International Harvester com- 0pany has for years operated on the theory that any successful organization must do more than sell merchandise—it must rend- er service to the consumer who buys its products. # The Sweetwater branch of In- ternational Harvester company, of which Ben N. Roberts is the manager, undeniably has done much to aid in the growth and development of this section of ®Texas. Officials of the organization are more concerned with es- tablishing a farm program which will create prosperity than they are with selling the most ex- pensiveplec of machinery in the company's warehouses. On any farm, according to Manager Roberts, the most im- portant thing for livestock is ^feed. This especially is a ma- jor item in West Texas where ranchers raise beef cattle, or where they buy cattle and feed them out. Must Have Feed 0 No matter how many acres in farm or ranch...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

I | i| pPPP lp i , j States has 01 PW the telephone -1 ■ •r In India, in of I mated annual I than $180,000,( insects do an estl- damage of more $180,000,000 to crops. Our moon Is the closest to the sun of all the 26 known moons of the solar system. SWEETWATER HBfcbltfER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Simple Rules and Suggestion* Given May Help in Planning Community Exhibits Plan to Attend the MIDWEST EXPOSITION It W ill Be a Ribbon Winner! You will like the Fair. You will be inspired by the various ( ucational and agricultural exhibits. You will enjoy the entertainment offered. Make it a holiday for the whole family. See West Texas on ParadeI • Exhibits • Entertainment • Carnival • Daily Rodeo Ask Y'our Retail Lumber Dealer About— Celotex Insulating Materials and Lock-Joint Window Units Home Weather-Conditioning Sweetwater Sash & Door Co. WHOLESALE BUILDING MATERIALS 12.1 W. Ave. A. Dial 652 to ials. Hi in |)le HuIpw To Follow "Simple rules to follow get good arrangement are: "Don't mix pro...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

1'r r . - , , ■ • ■ 11,1938 T, SWEETWATER IwSiSp ft-turn. mt In 1924 IH SWEETWATER, TEXAS II S1 T r actor • ' .• } t r ; > Name Midwest Exposition First Used in 1927 . Had Expanded to Take In All of Central West Texas Area By Rita Weaver Sweetwater became fair mind- ed in 1922. when plans for the organization of a fair associa- tion were begun. Lack of an f available site for a race track, then a major attraction, delayed actual operations for many months. Walter Boothe headed the pro- posed association with John McCurdy, secretary of the Board of City Development, working on the possibilities of a site. Although the city park was suggested as a probable site, it was declared unsuitable from an engineering standpoint in that a track could not be built there. It would require' an ex- cessive outlay of funds, which See The MIDWEST EXPOSITION / This is West Texas' Biff Show and plenty of good fun and interesting exhibits will be on hand for young and old. 1 • < • 1 J 9 < r# 1 ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

eetwater— >'rv. wmm nuim w' v ■slm ®M wffi (Continued from Page 4) goat, horse and poultry i here and in mills in Rotan. and other parts of West K The company specializes in '^tailor-made" feeds. Feeders who want a particular kind of feed mixture take their wants to the Sweetwater office and the comp- any turns out exactly what they want. And after years of study and research, the company has found that certain types of feed are needed in different sections of the cattle growing country — consequently, they turn out pro- Fair Visitors - - - You are cordially invited to visit the Mammoth Food Store of West Texas during Fair week to become better acquainted with our methods of doing business. We hope that you will take this opportunity to visit us personally and sug- gest to us how we can continue to improve our service to those who deal with us. m Our store has been recently improved along most efficient lines and if you have not hereto- fore enjoyed shopping in a store where just...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

wrtm ■ .,. v.-v' . •; ••• -i|g^. / ' •-; f * •'4,:;v«g2«^zf ' i'M COMIC SECTION § it Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION sonoay. september ii, 1938 «) lr ? \m • ■ s ■ t:. h ' p i ; hi fj :a by Edgar Rice Burroughs roM jm *dt r *♦« fcuwmiw. inc —r« *«■ u s rm b r«meu ookv an<1 D tribut*6 hi UNITED rEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc hiyedo raised a mishit force to assault the forbidden empire which was guarded by the barrier of beasts. "the bfastj attacked, many warriors died, but most of them passed , jafely down the lane. 3un tai commanded general fang to mobilize his meager, arm! fang hesitated, knowing defeat vfts certain! .SUM TAW EYES LIGHTED. ONCE MORE HE FELL UNDER THE JPELL OF TARIAN'J GALLANT JPlRIT. they marched to the first wall andjcaled it by a hundred ladders. then partof the army— - formed jtrong ranks, with a lane betwefn, across "we lion-infested no-man'j land. once past the barrier, hiyedo began his merciless march, killing and looting. to the emperor came a fleet messe...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

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