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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

fi:1 Ti? «g&' j?\7F? . .MAH m*ltF «;<«•-UM2KW V ivI&N* ywSw -« ^-..:?.^-':v"- -■ l-M • ■ •■. * \ \'m< -mM * "" " "*•'" * - ■ i«[ i«niiiW -,.... .........JMR H■■ -a-™,™-™™,I,.-. _ -™___ s ■ ^ ■■ ff ■;.. ^pmW'F'kf< ' ' P'; ■■.' '■ • ".iri■ v;••• ' :'mx¥W^m - 1 ' "I1 ■;■■-, '.—srfcr " :, •—r-w.- rr—? ~-)r-'.;• • I 'I' i • • ^ fi > • I * « ) • I ) , MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 10311 ,;v %«* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Sweetwater Parent-Teacher Qroups Planning Year's Work Roscoe Club Opens New Season ROSCOE — Members of the Wednesday Study club met at 6:30 Thursday evening at the Lake Sweetwater cabin of Mrs. J. W. Young. This was the initial meeting of the new year for the study club group. The committee in charge, composed of Mmes. A. E. Wood, O. J. Blocker, John Henson, Mark Haney, T. M. Dobbins, Will Howard, W. R. poter, D. B. Whorton, and Misses Ruth Hopper, Julia Gathing and Laura Fay Wilson, spared no amount of time and effort in arranging the supper which car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

Pim.■ - :'0 f>* yif; 5 ' If?.■ ■* " '.V ' ' ...^ public* PAGE FOUR mtion of the SWEETWATER, TEXAS Features MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 15*88 on Ttaniny ty Inc George "Berihltl and Russell Bertnltt, fnc.* Entered aa second class matter at pget- office in Sweetwater^ Teras.^Feb^fl,^jjgO. SCARE BUT COOLNESS TAILS BEHIND THE SMOKE || TI^bi inclination of persons to be pessimistic is re- flected In the reaction to wat- scares now hovering over Europe. Most persons are inclined to feel that a war ti imminent. Despite the dark aspect, why not believe and pray that some way may be found to avoid conflict that might eventually involve" our own country even against our will. There must be a way out. That is the way we should think—and act. Lack of faith breathes only that and we are led away from a brighter point of view. **§:#§&! Czechoslovakia was unknown before the World War. It is a new nation, born of strife and assem- bled in the haste of dying embers of battle. Con- ceived in this manner,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

f: ) ! * • ?' } ♦ > ! ^ I. J i J / > ' 4 H ( 3 MONDAY, SEPT. 19, 193« SWEET WATEit KEPOKTEK, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Mi WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater*! Own Cartoonist Bob of Jadga aid Mrs. R. C. Crane, «01 East Third St. Sweetwater By ROYSTON CRANK IFtSicPII RgHEARSALrOR THE WEPPINQ, AMP EVERY-! "Just want to thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! lcoouwrtrv cll)b' caterers _ AfggW PRgPARIMS A VUEOTIMO SUPPER FOR JOOO. The Best Advice Ever Offered, if yon are looking for ' V ery reason able, too, con sidering the ex cellent music and service." \LL ION AIRE McKEE CHANGES HIS WILL AND HEBE'S *100,000 IN STOCKS AND BONOS FOR THEIR WEDDING PRESENT. Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Ijotsa' Fun It's All at— Its the 'spot' from now on THE M nnUNDREDS w SIFTS HAVE arrivieo DDIN6 Across From the Airport 61.c\ <7-/1 EA SERVICE". IMC- T. M RFG. U S. PA"T ALLEY OOP By HA MI .in MOKE SWEETWATER CITIZENS Than at any time in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

Officials it as to tion's Plans | No Action Taken on Suggestion U. S. Take Over Czechs' Affairs at Berlin WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt and his cabifaet today closely watched fasVbreaking developments in -SMi European crisis but main- tained strict silence. Seeking to keep abreast of the gravest European crisis in 24 years, Mr. Roosevelt and his cabinet members remained in the capital to receive of- ficial and news reports from the European capitals. Both Mr. Roosevelt and Secretary of War Harry Woodring canceled out-of-town speaking engage- ments. Want Peace Conference? Reports recurred that certain new deal 'understrappers", both in and out of the state depart- ment, were urging Mr. Roosevelt to make some dramatic gesture in the interest of world peace— preferably by summoning a peace conference. However, many informed observers con- sidered it unlikely that the pre- sident would take such action and risk direct involvement in Europe's explosive affairs. Secretary of Sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

KpagpSB 'v a&fe: / ! ♦f ,i ' ' '%> i< TO SURRENDER SUDETEN AREA TO m&wm •-i Set Adrift by Big Powers, She Bows to Hitler To Defy Ultimatum Means She Would Have To Fight Germany Alone Copyright By l'P PRAGUE, Tuesday — (UP)— Czechoslovakia early today pre- pared to surrender conditional- ly, with angry protests against her "betrayal", to the Franco- British plan for dismemberment of this post-war republic as payment of Adolf Hitler's pricct of peace. ^ ' The government, set adrift by the big powers and abandoned by its military allies at the "zero hour" when a Nazi army is poised across the border awaiting Hitler's word to strike, expected to announce its deci- sion within a few hours. Acceptance in principle of Hit- ler's ultimatum for surrender to him of the Sudeten border acas —an ultimatum that cowed Brit- ain and France — was reluct- antly admitted to hold the only hope of saving even a remnant of the country under the name of Czechoslovakia. Must Fight Alone To de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

iimm iM SEPT. 20, 1938 WaSmmmmm etween Needs Little Help— S Owls Pin Hopes For Frog Upset On Lain-Cordill Halfback Duet By JERRY' BRONDPIELU NEA Service Sports Writer Rice is the defending champion and Texas Christian is the favorite down in that thrill-packed. Southwestern conference all of which meafis that any one of several others probably will wind up with the championship as far as 1938 is concerned. The old cliche that anything can happen really holds true in the southwest. Last season it was Texas A. and M. at the half-way mark, Baylor at the three-quarter post, and Rice at the finish. But if by some miracles everything runs true to form, it should be Texas Christian and Rice, neck and neck all the way this sea- son. Nineteen lettermen and a flock of up-and-coming frosh give Dutch Meyer plenty to work with at T.C.U. Mason Mayne and Bull Rogers, two corking guards, were the Horned Frogs' major losses by graduation, but Meyer has capable replacements. The forward wall, averagi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

o 0 is Vf t I « « f 4 « i * < • « • * I. * T > I 4 # J A •I , # t '' ■■' ",>r «r, §e&sI (■$, ggg ' 5 ■ ™ .. : TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1938 fHHSra* iS $f®*: w * '■ ' -v. x • v [^ifW "\ •' •' 33®® jLM&S^rS'* $mh SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Barnes and Sells-Floto Circus to Present Many Beautiful Girls to Sweetwater Audiences Thursday Time was when the big New York musicals had a monopoly in the pleasant business of pre- senting pretty girls to the Am- erican public, but that is no longer true. Of course, we all know that the motion pictures have their share of the beauties, but it is the Big Show —the A1 G. Barnes and Sells-Floto Com- bined Circus — that has done the really spectacular thing in offering whole battalions of love- ly girls in daring and graceful achievements. Newspapers, magazines and the public have commented fre- quently and delightedly on this pleasing development in the per- formances of the Big Show, com- ing to Sweetwater Thursday. Parti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

tinon ht. - attention of tte publishers. a wnuon oi me puousners. pACE SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, J933 George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt,' Pubs. Whoaoever dhideth in Him ainneth not; who- tinneth hath not teen Him, neither known 4 John 3}6. I could mot live In peace if I put the shadow of a wilful sin between Eliot. myself and God.—George HOW THE TABLES HAVE TURNED IN THESE FEW YEARS When Judge Ferdinand Pecora of the New York Su- preme Court recently threw the Hines aracketeer case out of court because Prosecutor Dewey asked a ques- tion, it probably made many laymen reflect about the ftareer in recent years of this same judge. Pecora was the firebrand who condemned those that had done bus- iness on Wall Street and heaped on the fuel to keep ap a stew of hate against business just a few years back in the early days of the New Deal. He lambasted loud- ly and long men whose judgment he claimed was re- sponsible for financial collapse. Today, we find Judge Pecora throwing o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

■M • • • • • I « • i •- • * 4 « f # 1 > 4 1 / I 1 > t> H •& £uESDAt\ SfePT: 20, 19aa "Just want to thank, you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! ft I8, Too! "Very reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's the 'spot' for us from now on." The Best Advice Ever Offered, if you nre looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment <>ood Food and Lotsa' Fan It's All at— THE TAVERN Across From the Airport MORE SWEETWATER CITIZENS Than at any time in l\venty.si,\ years are now taking (ii-OKsm Mineral Baths. Only proven apparatus will be found at our place. We offer free diagnosis without asking a single question. (■ItOtiA X WELLS SANATORIUM Dial 2(JI2 Koolmotor Gas is nothing hut concentrated | o- ; wti'r. A n d it actually costs less than 1c a mile. Think of it!— Fill up! •* ROY PJTTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 * YOU'LL LIKE OUR SERVICE*' Budget Your Tire Costs BOY, A SET OF FOUR fire$ STANDARD TIR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 September 1938

«MiE®i3a SVNBEMM Week H SALE Grocery Prices in Effect Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday and Thursday Carnation MILK 7 SMALL ^ CAN 2 lb. Salted CRACKERS 15c ti oz. Bottle KETCHUP Each No. 2 cans TOMATOES 4 - 25c Maxwell House COFFEE MB. CAN 25« Wilson's Advance A SHORTENING | Amita Canned FIGS 15ca„Ta" 10c No. 2% Consul Brand PEACHES - • 2<«25c Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Fancy Green BEANS ib. Ke Rutabaga TURNIPS 4c Home Grown OKRA „ 5c Jumbo Bleached CELERY - Green Leaf CABBAGE lb. 2l/iC Tender Yellow SQUASH lb. 7>ic stalk 10c California Wonder BELL PEPPER , V/zC Large Delicious APPLES Do/.. 35c Small Size CUCUMBERS ih 5c Canning PEARS Bushel 89c Thompson Seedless GRAPES lb. JJ© r\ Blue Goose ORANGES 2<l„, Regular 22c Sellers 35c Large Sunkist LEMONS 19c Cinnamon-Nut BREAD Loaf 15 Devil's Food CAKES Each 20' 0LE0 Sweetheart Brand Lb DRY SALT PORK No. 1 Grade Lb. .. . CHEESE Kraft American 2 lb. box . . Peach PIE Each "J 2< Reg. Price 19c SAUER KRAUT Bulk 15c 17c 49c 7>ic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 September 1938

•) ®v • Ift I • • • II • . t .1. 9m , 1/ • ^' ■ \ i I • * ) , *1 \ A SURRENDERED TO HlTLEf Sweetwater,Reporter o|*iOfcU: ^txaAs* VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2 1, 1938 NUMBER 139 Democrats 'Purge' O'Connor But GOP Comes To His Aid BV UNITED PRESS Results of Tuesday's primaries in four states included: New York: Kep. John O'Con- nor was defeated by the dem- ocrats but nominated by the republicans in the 16th district. He is chairman of the house rules committee whom President Roosevelt called a traitor to the new deal. Mr. Roosevelt's dem- ocratic candidate, James Fay, one-legged war veteran, won. Wisconsin: Governor Philip LaFollette was renominated to an unprecedented fourth term by his new party, National Pro- gressives of America. Massachusetts: Demo crats nominated James Cur ley for governor. He defeated three opponents. New Jersey: Republicans nom- inated Warren Barbour for the senate. Democrats nominated William Ely, unopposed. o FDR Asks Draft Of Rail Program ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 September 1938

\ iv"'t i ter Texans Paired Today Second Round Matches :tl 0 V Press Box Sports By Bart Shelton Sweetwater Mustangs are con- centrating on formations of op- posing teams this week ... in an effort to learn the proper procedure for defense tactics that will stop the enemy on the gridiron "dead in their tracks." Next on their list of oppon- ents are the Spur class B. gridders slated to come here Friday night for more than a tea sipping party .... grapevine heralds say that the youngsters from the north come big and tough despite their rating as a class B giid delegation. Next week the Mustangs have an open date, giving two weeks before their clash with the Abi- lene Eagles ... in the Oil Belt conference opener for the Sweet- water football elevens. This weekend Eagles tangle with the Lubbock Westerners . . . and should the Warbirds even hold the plainsmen to a touchdown lead, they can likely count their lucky stars. Should the Mayhewmen capture the vic- tory . . . well, it seems that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 September 1938

Wm fpBf * l> h > , I '• 3 r « i ,i i. < ' t 9 9 1 > J :: * i • « * 1 % i , t «i • I * 14 — >. 21« rm SWEETWATER IT SWEETWATER, TEXXS U. $. To Adhere To Strict Hands Off Policy In Europe FDR Denies Any Plan to Revise Neutrality Act President Intimates He May Not Return to His Home in Hyde Park WASHINGTON — (UP) — The United States will adhere to a policy of strict abstention from any part in the European war crisis, high government of- ficials indicated today, co-inci- :lerit with President Roosevelt's press conference at which he declined comment on the situa- tion. The chief executive asked cor- respondents not to prophesy possible future developments because so far as he knew there was nothing he could say. Indi- cation that tension abroad is not easing \.as given, however, when he intimated he may not return to the summer White House at Hyde Park Sept. 28 or 29, depending on developments. Mr. Roosevelt denied, with some heat, that he and Rep. Sam D. McReynolds, cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 September 1938

Sweetwate ■■ _ Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. PAGE n>UR SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESPAY, SEPT. 31, W™ ahun profane and vain babblinga; for they nnto more ungodlineaa.—II Timothy 11 is with a word as with on arrow—once let it and it does not return.—Abd-el-Kader. PEACE IS A MATTER OF SIMPLE NEEDS FULFILLED Because the Atlantic ocean is wide and our ways of thought are rather careless, it is easy to lose sight of the human realities back of the "war crisis" head- lines. We read that Germs iy does this, Britain does that, and Czechoslovakia does some other thing, and we tend to turn th:_j abstractions into flesh- and-blood actors. The prime ministers and chan- cellors hold the center of the stage—along with the generals; but we don't begin to understand what is going on unless we constantly remember the mil- lions upon millions of ordinary human beings whom these actors represent. It is these millions who will pay for any war that takes place—pay for it in blood and agony and tragic...

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

D S • *festrft£bAV, «&*. 21, 1938 f. * I | § 1 wi •I- •; • r f • t I • • t 9 * | I * J V 9 J 4 til • I 4 "Jftst want to. thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell, place! "Very reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's the 'spot' for us from now on." WW The Best Advice Ever Offered, if you are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment flood Food and Lotea' Fun It's All at— sftafcttyAtfeK kkpoMfift* b#££t^at^r, texas WASH TUBBS AND EAST By fiweetwatert OfWfc Cwtoonfet Sob of Judge mat Mm B> C. Crane, Ml But Third St. Sweetwater LL. THS FIRE" HEART) OP M AM' YOU, AVI <\J45CK WI TH VHEl THE Across From the Airport wT) rYmr BUT ME* WAlSW. HE 5AVS /TIWCT By ROYSTON CRANE QUICK, 6ET IV) IAV CAR! HOW k FAR is pikie C\TV? MILES. AFTgfe AWH\UE. I'' ll&HT HOURS UMT\\, TiWkt FOR WW WE001M" AM' 150 iMJ.ES TO GO! GEE, WE'LL HAFTA HUSTLE! MOKE SWEETWATER CITIZENS Than at any time in twenty-six years are now ta...

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

rs. J. T. Whorton Elected President First Christian Church Auxiliary 11. Circles of the First Christian chturch began a new year Mon- day afternoon and elected new officers and chairmen. Mrs. Lang Aycock was hostess to circle No. 1 with 7 present. Mrs. C. S. Perkins was in the chair during the election of of- ficers, and Mrs. M. K. Steven- son read a devotional. Officers elected were as fol- lows: President, Mrs. J. T. Whor- ton; vice-president, Mrs. B. D. Harrison: recording secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Bertie Pope; study leader, Mrs. M. K. Stev- enson. A refreshment plate of chicken sandwiches, date pud- ding and iced tea was passed to Mmes. Carl Ragland, Bettie Carr. Pat Elder, Bertie Pope, Perkins, Stevenson and Whor- ton. Circle No. 2 Mrs. H. B. Allen was hostess to circle No. 2 with 10 pre- sent. Mrs. M. H. Jensen was elected president; Mrs. Allen, vice-president: Mrs. W. G. Dav- is, second vice-president; Mrs. Adrian Clark, secretary-treasur- er; Mrs. Homer Bradford, re- pot...

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

J M 9 | t 1 1 i * ; X .'C-m *f&?ns-dHKmwwtf ? SmM f -Pvi? ■'-v; IK" HHraHX ' ' £ ■Si-IM r: :--?■> Hi AZISTO MARCH ON CZECH ************* ******* 296Dead In Hurricane Lashea New Engl and v.* Ik l 9 • 1 « I A • , £■ .1. * •) * X 1 • V J * jf' '* ! I I #n Wave Rolls Over Rhode Island to Take Heavy Toll Whole Communities Are Wiped Out; Property Damage Into Millions WASHINGTON —(UP) —WPA Administrate!! Harry Hopkins announced from Los Angeles today that he is flying cast immediately to take personal charge of re- habilitation work in hurri- cane disaster zones. WEST HAMPTON, N. Y. —(UP)—Coast k u ar d smen and state police counted a mounting toll of dead and missing in this Long Island summer colony. Estimates of the missing, which had ranged from 25 to tiO, dropped when it was learned that 25 children at- tending a party in a home owned by Norvin Greene were safe. They first were believed to have been swept away. By noon 15 bodies had been recovered along the heacli. * * * * * * ...

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

K m ■& nSfi ■ - '■ ,- ■■' r> yjwSm SWEETWATER REFOKTECt, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' THUK8DAY, AY MORNING. 9 a. m„ SEPTEMBER 23rd 9 \ ' OPENING SPECIAL! MJHAniKB, gBiMlil!M SIZE 81 X 99 While They Last! SOcEi i For school or general wear. They're real bargains! Folks! We're Celebrating Our Ninth Birthday In Sw eetwater! In Addition To Ouy Famous Every-Day Values, We Have Secured Some Outstanding Bargains . . . This Celebration Has Been Planned For Months! We Promise You Rare Buying Opportunties! Come To Our Ninth Birthday Celebration and Save f m FEATURE VALUE! Fast Color tit APRONS This special is being repeated by request! We have 300 of these utility g a r m eats in stock—but hurry! They'll l e a sell-out! No Limit! Buy All Vou Want For.. FRIDAY—9 A. M. NOVELTY NET Panels It's our 9th Birthday It's a 9 o'clock Special. The price is only... 9* ^ ea. FRIDAY 10 A. M. RAYON TAFFETA Slips sped; • A red-hot special! Carefully tail ored. Popular styles FRIDAY S I'. M. GENUINE 80 SQUARE P...

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

. -. §f IKNKttwIllEf' '- ■■i -• >V i •jf'rv'1'- «f'. ,.''. 'it** ISSfflPtv % 0- * 1 • J , ty <■ J *) 0 4- I • n 1 # 4 K THURSDAY, SEPT. ?&4 1958 SWEETWATER MRTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE THREE mssg J$Tm\ Decker Women's Club in Meeting At Pate Home Flower Arrangement And Wild Flowers Are Discussed by Women By Mrs. R. F. Burwick DECKER — Mrs. Aamon Mor- ris, president, was in charge of the business session for a re- cent meeting of the Decker home demonstration club with Mrs. Bill Pate. Nine members named a fav- orite wild flower when answer- ing roll call. Mrs. Burwick led club singing. She also read the council report, which contained interesting club reports for the membership. She states that Miss Viarena Stinson, county demonstration agent, asked each club woman to suggest an inter- esting project for next year's work to be brought to the next council meeting. On the program were Mrs. Oscar Parker, who read a paper on flowers and arrangements; Mrs. Burwick on box and bar...

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

char- reputation of any corporation, which may any of The Reporter'* publica- cheerfully corrected upon be- to attention of the publishers SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR REPORTER—Features THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 Published each afternoon except Saturday, also Sunday morning and its weekly edition on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, Inc. Entered as .second class matter at post- office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. V 4 ye be reproached for the name of Christ py are ye; for the spirit of glory and of God th upon you; on their ptirt he is evil spoken Pt, but on your part he is glorified.—I Peter 4;14. If We Could Have Peeked Ahead in 1917 Wi J The niotlo of chivalry is also the (nottn of wisdom; to serve all, but love only one—Balzac. Region convention at propitious time * Never has the American Legion national convention Jbeen in session at a more propitious time than that when Jclouds of war were hovering over Europe. Legionnaires 'over...

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