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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,19S8 SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS „ i > !• > • < 9 • • • • ^ • « • • • • • • • o • ft • • t • • + • I • * « < t • « i r P s& jt4. "ZfoM/i Wtmte. 33* & _ mi — - f mmmm READY** WiiTifi ? « Boothe Sells Heifer To White Hat Ranch Sale was made recently by Walter Boothe of Daisette Pre- mier, prospective show heifer, to Jack Frost. The heifer has been in the White Hat show barn near Blackwell several months and is out of a cow bred by the Harrisdale farms, F'ort Worth. Frost plans his first auction sale December 12. W. C. Taggart To Preach Here Today The Rev. W. C. Taggart of Abilene is to preach during both services today of the First Baptist church. He is substitut- ing for Dr. E. B. Atwood during today's worship. He is well known in West Texas Baptist circles. It is estimated that 3000 per- sons are employed in the rose- growing industry in England. Prepare Your Home For Winter With a Use A Broom Made Right Here In Sweetwater Ask for it . . . o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

>%?:'•' ■'W; 5 Kp'-f; qmi ■■■!■! iiim ■■nf wrn uHriM-tiiB mvia Sunday, myaww as, iwa ITER LAUNDRY CO Telephone 614 Wt CAN MAKE YOUR WASHDAY VHARY DAY" Phone Us Next Time 624 LAUNDERING And AU Its Attendant Worries ULUNKET5 ea. COTTON BLANKETS and COTTON QITILTS 25c 5 for $1*00 Guaranteed against fad- ing and shrinking. This is a real "get ready for winter" special! Take advantage of this low- price. Call 624 tomor- row. Save... The laundry way Why go through the wor- ry of another washday? We'll no your laundry just as cheaply and save your health and happi- ness. Check these repre- sentative low prices. Prompt Free Pickup And Delivery! ROUGH DRY SERVICE 10 lbs... 60c A Charge of fic for fiich additional pound SHIRTS 7C,a When Finished in the Hough Dry Service (i. Baylor vs. Oklahoma A. & M. SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Phone 624 5. Rice vs. University of Oklahoma For Fall wa lk wit Vitafltif . . . and you'll find you've adopted a new beauty treatment for face and figure. Vitality ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

*SHMPAY, SEPTgiHiERgS; 1938 SWEETWATER REPOHTEHi SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE ' SMkhhi. . '• -*• ■ MS JSuieetwater Reporter Annual Football • • ,$$.00 In Cash This Week Fo First One Turning In Perfect Score cotball Tickets t Best Guessers First Prize Second Prize Third Prize i tickets Sweetwater- 1 ticket Sweet water- 1 ticket Sweetwater- San Angelo Game. San Angelo Game. San Angelo Game. • • CLIP THIS ENTRY BLANK (he . advertisements on this page is listed one of the outstancl- ft weivend. is numbered to correspond with nnnibrrs in spaces on entry blank y(0r ; eA as to the winning team or tic if yon think so. blank ad sign your name and bring in or mail it to Reporter otfice six o'ock Thursday night, September 29. to brir in a pfrtert score will be awarded $5.00 in c.isb. Contest- 'Lt\i M^fuess will be given '£ tickets to game of following week smjot JITi/.e, 1 ticket; ttiirfi prize, i ticket. In case 07 tie one ailing ness in first gets the tickets, will O counted as losses unless stipu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

of the pu oorrtctod upon be- ublishers. SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features also 8unday moi edition PAGE FOUR SWEETWATEB, TEXAS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1938 flUOw OUIMMu mm imip ping SIMP fv on Thursday toy The Sweetwater —, Inc. Entered as second class matter at _— office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb: 9, 1820. George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. mm mm For wrath killeth the foolith man, and envy tlmyeth the $illy one.—Job 5;2. Happy the man who early learns the wide chasm that lies between his wishes and his pow- ers.—Goethe. EUROPE NOT SO INTERESTED IN US AS WE ARE IN THEM A great many people are worrying and thinking about conditions overseas. It is natural that everyone should maintain an interest in matters of such moment but in doing so we shouldn't forget our own problems. Europe is not thinking one-half so much about our welfare as some people in this country may be thinking about theirs. Our real job is to remain neutral in face of what- ever might happen, thereby showing by exampl...

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

£ • 1% f • > o <« !> !> COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1938 3SM-9-ZS -3#* by Edgar Rice Burroughs c*pi • I0|>' R|' Burrnufht lot Tm R | U ft f«t Oil Produced t> r mom Book* m PUy* DMtnbutrd t> UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc TMUN CAPTURED FANG" CHU-FANG .SUPPED STEALTHILY ACROSS TO THE ENEfAY LINES. A GENTRY JEIZED HIM AND TOOK HIM TO HIYEDO, WHICH WA5 DESIRED, FOR NOW-— — HE BROACHED HIS TREACHEROUS PLAN TO THE INVADING CHIEFTAIN. AT DAWN T14E BLOODY CONFLICT WAS RESUMED BETWEEN WIVEDOLT JAVAGE5 AND TARZAN'J BRAVE DEFENDERS:? MI1ED0 AGREED EAGERLY HE WOULD BE A GREAT EMPEROR; FANG WOULD BE "WE PUPPET KING OF TUE PROVINCE. TOMORROW I'LL TURN THE BATTLE IN YOUR FAVOR, IF YOU WILL 5ET ME IIP ON JUN TAliT THRONE" THEIR FIRST FURI0U5 IMPACT HURLED BACI W INVADERS. THEN ONCE MORE THE MIGHTY JUNGLE LORD INSPIRED HIS MEN TO HEROIC m. % fc--7HP He ORDERED HIS OWN" BATtTVLION TO RETIRE. THUS LEAVING TAR7ANIS JECT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

■ s '■.. ■ ■■' 4kvK .•■>ft^"^i ic..;. '■> * 5'" i1 rf THE NAVAL INTELLIGENCE MU5 1 NOT GET MADAME5 FINGER- PRINTS" # I'LL PUT HER ON GUARD AGAINST ^ W THEES CLEVER LITTLE ACTRESS- M P Wj |>^al OF THE ■tegs&s? LIEUT. COMDR FV.MARTINEK #StRtt%£#. w ^c£B*© fft'iiiiiii 1 MM-M— I SEE ER- NOV ABOUT TMEES PICTURE, DEERIE" A READING VEEL TAKE TIME- PMOTO I CAN hawSw hffahj ft THE LITTLE ( THAT Bts LADY WILL NOT \ . VTOO BAD ! BE PERSUADE// J \ N 9 / \ A O i. fAV v ht. 1938 (Trade Mark . \,A = es I 3H0NG VtXI ARE ASKING AJV ADVICE ABOUT MEES PUTURE, EH, DEERIE ? IF VOU CANT HELP ME, MADAME CM ICO, I MUST TAKE THE PMOTO AWAY VITM ME- NOV NO. 136 t M " PEACE MAKES PLENTY 2N THE PRESENT DAY />x v NO COUNTRY CAN MAVE REAL PROSPERITY WITHOUT FRIENDSHIP AND TRADE VITM OTMER NATIONS-^ WAR NOT ONLY KILLS AND CRIPPLES FIGHTING FORCES- IT BRINGS POVERTY AND HAR0T1MES ■ A BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout Just Over Those Mountains ByUEUT. COMDHF.V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. ^ i couldn't savvy much of the o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

• J e i • • If ;•! • e t e • • • e • • • • VOW ? Ateoorc A ? vOVW \s a ? a face \e A YACEi i r^y\tr \MA6\Kfc xoo'o <F\UO qov^ A W^RtNCE Of 0?\^\0^ afcoot TVAAT Va)OW! \noto>n.V/^.\.\.,\£T "\t\A- XOOAC^ OO Avwvwt^cb v/ov*v\ MY FACt TV\AT £>OOTe cak> oo v/ov\v\ v\%rs! ttOI^<b"\\-Y , I V^V^R. Htmo Of mVltt\K>6 so <b\\-yy \^ a\jl vay \_\ve v v XJ&BF* UNOfcfcSYKVto Vfc \*W fcOCTCS ViOOLO fcOTtt^R., VOfttt V\£R \.00\<<b WWtVi SY\fcS OWlY GO\Ki6 ¥OR A WAU< \ K^O OKfc C00\_0 ?OS£>\^>\-Y HOW W£ LOOKED I VAMY , \VS 9\TCH OA^\< A 6\fc\- HOST \-OOV< V\£R fcfcST AT AVA. T\M^b OKiOTO- STA^O! VOWAT ^NV\S OR MY f ACU ,VCra. \N>«bTANC£ ,| W^.Rt 0\RTY — OR \? I'O "\0 $RO£V\ MY V\A\R ? WOOVO TV\K\ ' 'r'tk,, . V , .. |fi THAVS ^K>T\R^VY •'•;^«-sSr.-::f '." fcVft.TO&SSBHffiH5 •" •: ;••• :'. j Jf ,; ; - / .Vjy;" AS MY FAOt? TV\K\ OUT- V\A V\AV\A COT \T OUT BE^fcR 5\_\9 OOA TVKt $AC\< / 7 W>AY r. 1 ;r.,' ft—«■ P= :/ | aiiii COM>. 1938 BV NM ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

■ \ • ' f • * s v, ; •• - /" ■■ ■■ "" ' V *'v' - i ■ > W - K- ■y[* ' : ' ■' " -' ; } ' OFFICER OOP, WHILE SEARCHING FOR. FOOZY, ACCIDENTALLY FINDS THE MISSING CROWN JEWELS PURIN6 A LITTLE MELEE WITH SOME BACK GOUNTRV TOUGHS"^ . ' f fi ■ . - I Vt l* ■V *v... J4. • v.''!/ • ' *'"i i f r i.LM^i lL'u * "Tf-' • ' ■ V„ ..v'1 *..•? '.j.-' ■•■• > , ' ' ' ■ ; : ; ■■ ■ ■ v. ' •a '' ' WELL I'LL BE TEETOTALLY WORN SWOGGLED! . PAT. OFF I GUESS MV SEARCH FOR CAN WAIT TILL IVE TURNED YOU OVER TO KING GUZ- 50 VOU ARE TH' MUG THAT STOLE TH' ROYAL CROWN , EH? ODOS AND ENDS OF PREHISTORIC LORt-—^ MEGANEURON HAONYI... THE LARGEST KNOWN INSECT OF ALL TIME lORN, APORNIMG THE ' R£ALTry. A TUSK. THVS DRAGONFLY -LIKE INSECT, FOUND IN THE COAL . SURE9 OF BELGIUM LAID DOWN APPROX- IMATELY 750,000,000 YEAR'S AGO, HAD A WING-SPREAD EXCEEDING TWENTY NINE INCHES / THERE ARE MORE THAN SEVENTY PYRAMIDS IN EGYPT- I KINDA HATE T LET FOOZY GO-^ BUT THIS WON'T TAKE LONG/ AN' THEN T'LL HAVE PLENTY OF TIME T'PICK U...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

t • • • • 0 • • • • • • • • • • • • * • • • • • • • • • • • \ - v -> y . . WW *>'•? y* *y. ] The Sweetwater Reporter COMIC COMIC SECTION SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS I'M 50DE AT I "DOM T MM-M - WHAT (6 VOUR DEFIMITIOM) FOB. IGMORAMCE ? WELL, AMyWAV I THOUGHT VOUR MEW DiMIMG ROOM FURMITURE WAS SO MICE I DECIDED,TO GIVE IT A COAT OF VARMISH TO PRE5EEVE TH' FIMISH (JUK FILBERT/ CALLED ME IGMORAM I . KMOW / RIMK CHOO CHOO MALTED r-V ' (f iYll ~ THAT WAS THOUGHT PUL OF you/ UKJK EXPLAINED TO WHY TH' VARMISH WOULDkJ'T SAID I USED A CAM OF HOMEY 1)0 STEAD VARMISH/ why you HUMK OF JELLED BCAIkJJUICE..' DOC FlUTTERMU5H i mope these track shoes "dom't switch me to a box cae. sidimg MEVER. MAKE TH MIS" TAKE OP USiMG } GLUE OM PAUCA.KES- s if you DO, yOU'RE «. —r stuck/ / * ' By NEA SERVICE, tScf'*■ 9-1S" OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE "hj mm / THAT LA7.V LUMMOX.' I'VE BE EM ^ AFTER HIM EVERY DAY THIS WEEK m GET BUSY AMD CLEAM) THE FURMACE AMD EGAD/1 > "DONJ'T LIKE 4 THE GLIMT IM HER EYE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

kih|£ #k';f '■<}/:. p f„. ' 4' . ' V $6x3189 mmm 1P$® —bjw &p „w« 'M WffjR?, This here's a pitcher of my pal jimmy m*larnin« one a the ©re ati st little fellas that ever lived. he was welter-weight champeen. an' kin he play ©olf - i'll say. ucdc'c ♦slapsy"ma%ie rosenbloom. he was light- heavyweight champeen. . he still fights some- times. an' he's act1n' in movies an' also got a rest «u nt in hollywood. JOE PALOOKA 1 W.'iS. McNuimlif Syndicate, \c whatsa matter teddy n ,— gosh i'm low. i had a terrific battle with the other half this morning.x said! wasn't com'ng home. n t hon i st, finnette, he's lonesome an' sorry. he SHOULD be/ the big ape. x never want to see him again., V/SSA/ ' s// ■ ?/,'////Ss/ ' , 1? ;v 7 in fact she sez it was *er fault too 50/wait a minute/ d'ya 1 see// 3? told'ja it was her pault. i'm not going back till she writes me an , _ apology. \f <r she was WRONG but-- boy it's no fun sitting around a CLUB. wish it .could be straightened out. i'd EVEN GIV...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

• • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • « • • • « • ft* • I • • • t • ( KJO, I STILL - - J) WELL, VOU'RE ALLUS SAVIKJ VOU OIT TIRED LETTIM'THE DOO W AM' OUT, AKJ' THIS WILL. SAVE VOU ALL THAT -"a*"*" • ' BOTHER ITS A GOOD IDEA, MA- AKJD IT REALLV WORKS/ RUTH'S FOLKS HAVE IT FIXED THAT WAV FOG. THEIR CAT AMD IT DOES SAVE A LOT OF STEPS KJO SIC, MOT IF IT REOJIRES OJTTIMOt HOLES IKJ AKJV DOORS Wmmmmf" {>; ■'?/ ■:%7 THERE VOU ARE/ HE'S GOKJE OUT— TH' DOOR, FLAPS SHUT— NO AIR COMES IM,A*0'THERE'S MO BOTHER, VOU SEE, IT'S A FLAP DOOR - SWIWGS IKJ AKJD OUT. MOW ALL I HAVE TO DO IS LEARKJ HIM TO PUSH OKJ IT. GO OM, TOBIE j!l HOW LEARMIKJ1 QUICK % WHUT A PLEASURE IT IS MOW, TO RELAX AW' MOT HEAR. TOBIE SCCATCHlW' AM' CRVIM' TO <3IT IM ER OUT MO MORE eiTTINj'UP ER. MOTHIKJ1 Lj m u /' ✓V*, ! I J.Q..WLL.AM3 q-ZS COPR. 1938 BY NEA 8 IF VOU'iL GoT&TRer PARTV.- I'LL CSlve M30 <4 snwoue- PACKAGE, OF (SRAPB'Mbrr flake r, 1 /4tN"T GCXtZ To AlO c5"iRL'C BIRTHDAY PASCVV. L <SOTTA PITCW PDGt —r...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 September 1938

:.. .. ' ■" 1 - - . ■•' , ' ■ : !>t ■' w.*i • " • ^ —^ - J- ^ ■ , ■•.-•■, ' ■; ' ' ><*$ ■ < • :. - " "j ": . • f HP' ■ '• • . ' r-Sr# •W-ri m " • " "•■ OH BOV # *Sf' V.- v / ^q^CH A ' ^ s[ MAKUM HEAP] Mi®i*iS$SSS y OH BOV, MEAT ON UM ITABLE f __ * *C JwK$Bm^£2S Vr-^. * — ^ Stf oLo^v. It POT ROASTMI W PHOOV.' PM 1/rV 0 W§ MAKUM HEAP •• iimuch better 1 VOT DER - Mtricassee f WT ^ "" 1 POT ROAST FRICASSEE •• V-;V^ mm -""* .ii OV I — - > Jl(HENTLEM£ lf 7N.- H ^^iicttsuS 5T0P CHENTLEMEN AT A TIME LIKE DI55 DO YOU GOT TO BE ROUGH uf"* • ALL SAME MAKUM FRICASSEE/ FOR DER LUFP OF MIKE, CUT IT OUDT • POT ROAST // / - 0>y ' / VELL make UP DER MIND DOD- 6AST IT f "v. _• <*-""/..' .■ ■ Li n ,^II. -r ~ Z> MIND UM OWN BUSINESS.* Ife- two grown uppers acting like a couple i i- gorillums! 5hame on you; WHO ASKUM VOU TO BUT IN? chust for dot hope it gitfs double indigestum DUMMERS J •1 #1 HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE HERE I AM, HOG- TIED IN A )SHIPJ> BBlO, /OJHEN I OUGHTA1} BE F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

s.V ''i a-:'. ■ ons ''iw tv*te ;V' sSSnni fce As To Preserve Peace Continu DISMEMBERED BODY OF WOMAN FODND Disappearance of 6 Women Laid to Gunshot Victim Fonner West Texan Suspected of 'Disposing' Of Several 'Employes' SAN DIEGO — (UP) — Dolores Goodman, 30, es- tranged wife of Joe Ball, San Antoaio tavern keeper, told officers today that Ball ad- mitted to her he had killed a women named "Minnie" and had buried her near Ingleside last year. ELMENDORF, Tex. — (UP)— Confession from a Bexar county negro and the discovery of the body of a woman Sunday re- sulted in tracing the disappear- ance of a half dozen pretty wo- men to Joe Ball, 4(i,' roadhouse owner, who shot himself to death Saturday night when questioned regarding the disappearance of his second wife. The negro, Clifford Wheeler, 32, said that the body found in a shallow grave on the banks of the San Antonio river was that of Hazel Brown, who worked for a time at Ball's roadside restau- rant. Ball called her "Schatzie," a Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

ora Brownwood on Friday Night First gridiron clash for Sweet- j0hn H. Reagan junior Ponies is slated with the bwnwood junior high football agjp-egation Friday night at Neiiraian high stadium, starting at 730, according to the grid schedule released today by Ger- ald Williams, principal at John H. Reagan. A full eight-game card was completed this weekend by Head Coach A. A. Autrey and in- cludes, beside this week's clash. Odt. 6, Big Spring here at 8 p. m.; Oct. 14, San Angelo here at 3:45; Oct. 20, Lubbock there at 8:15; Oct. 28, San Angelo there at 3:45; Nov. 9, Brownwood there at 3:45; Nov. 10, Breckenridge there fct 3:45; and Nov. 17, Breck- enridge here at 3:45. All games are slated with grid representa- tives of junior high schools. Candidate Roster Complete roster of candidates reporting the last two weeks to Coach Autrey, and Assistant Coach Donley Stephenson In- cludes 25 boys. Bill Holbert, half back who calls signals from that position, is the only letterman from last year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

"0 • ' ;r r * ♦ • I i n • t- • 1 • *'•: P® pr; *- p. 26, ma IE :''Vr ■• tv*"'*"' ■' W4,"> t*.' : / ' . '>1 ;:!:'-"■ , - m' ffe? mm SWEETWATER ''■=' #ft*V I'--"; ' . *AMNM& .1PB ^ ' Tv•'.> i' , SWEETWATER, TEXAS w<v PW*"-1' w Steps to Protect Investments Not Yet Necessary Monetary Agreement With France, Britain Believed Sufficient Copyright by UP WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt's top-notch fiscal experts have informed him that no drastic steps ap- pear necessary immediately to safeguard the nation's financial equilibrium should war-fright- ened Europe recall its invest- ments in this country, it was learned today. The information was convey- ed to the White House after Secretary of the Treasury Hen- ry Morgenthau, Jr., Chairman William O. Douglas of the Se- curities and Exchange commis- sion and other monetary author- ities had canvassed the crisis abroad for possible adverse ef- fects on American policies. Morgenthau feels that in event of war the stock marke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

app _ | mw. upon the char- or reputation of any or corporation, which may . any of The Reporter's publica- be cheerfully corrected upon be- nt to attention of the publishers. : ' ' ' 'a/:* ' . ' .4 f f > -Vmift ' ":■ •;; vpai Hi Irffpiff. "W: '« >-? trwi- ■•«,#}jte' '• : Editorial PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS >1 . ' 'I/-.1'. '* /: ;/f r':-\ • Features MONDAY, SEPT. *6, 193$ on Inc. En fice in In famine he *hall redeem thee from death} end in tear from the power of the sword.—Joh 5,20. Help thyself and God will help thee.—Her- |iert. Simple Solution to the Nation's Problems ADVERTISING, THE MOTIVE FORCE IN BUSINESS Much has been written about the power of advertis- ing, the printed word. As a motive force in business it has no equal. Recently an editorialist had this to say about the subject: Advertising makes it possible for hundreds of man- ufacturers and distributoi and sellers of goods to get into a profitable business which has its beginning in p «ingle obscure enterpris...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

- S''- llf W' MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1936 SWEETWATER REPORTER, 5WEE1 WATER, TEXAS PAGE tlVlS f * 3 9 1 • i! • .fi 1 = WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Hon of Judge and Mn. R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St.. Sweetwater By ROYSTON CRANE "Just 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." Uls, Toot The Best Advice Ever Offered, if you' are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and liOtsa' Fun It's All at— THK a thousand guests ftoqet \upat1eutly, mwxm fop the uieppivig to besin , 1 WAS WEVER \ fcBS PROBABLV FELL ASLEEP* Across From the Airport IF YOU ARE SKEPTICAL Investigate and you will approve GROGAN MINERAL BATHS, our drugless HKALTH SERVICE and modern elec- trical department as the best means of regaining your health. t;KO(; \.\ WELLS SANATORIUM Ilia! 2012 FOR PIANOS And Other MUSICAL INSTRUMEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 September 1938

MONDAY SWEETWATER, 65 Americans Leaving Czechoslovakia Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cardwell, route 1, Rotan, announce the arrival at 9:40 a. m., Sunday of a daughter, born at the Sweet- water hospital. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kidd, route 2, Sweetwater, are parents of a daughter, born at 10 o'clock Sun- day night at the Sweetwater hospital. o HOW ABOUT IT, REFEREE? SYDNEY — (UP) — In the middle of a field hockey game, P. Douglass, wing player, sud- denly disappeared. Investigation developed the fact that the ground had given away and dropped him into a 6-foot hole. The players filled the cavity with stone and finished the game. Miss Moore Joins McMurry Corps Marcelle Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Moor*?, who is a freshman at McMurry college, Abilene, was elected a member of the Wah Wahtaysee drum corps of McMurry last week. Only seven new members were selected' from 26 who tried out for membership. Including the bugle corps, total member- ship of Wah Wahtaysee this ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

© fs, IS, Is- r • te- la s Cl k-« al, Jrs Ite pn- f« jhe |ad BW bCQ lor- 9 £85 178 66 _ 13 • 6 63 3 2 t I ^ €t">" ■ Americans Get Safe Transport Out of Prague State Department Concerned Over Safety Of 100,000 Americans LONDON — (UP) —The U. S. embassy tonight issued a recommendation that Am- ericans "who have no com- pelling reason to continue their sojourn here arrange to return to the United States." Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPT.. 27, 1938 NUMBER 143 PRAGUE — (UP) — (Delay- ed)—One hundred sixty-two Am- ericans left Prague and the menace of war last night aboard a special train, which will take the refugees ).o Budapest by way of Bratislava. The train, which left Prague at 0 p. m. flying the American flag, was accompanied by a representative of the American consulate to whom many of the Americans — tourists, students See AMERICANS Page 3 ■ o W Peace or War to Be Determined In Next 06 Hours As Situation Stands, General Outbreak May Occur; Hope fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

<£: 'i"! SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, SEPT., 27, 1?38 tary Schools Open Qrid Season Thursday Afternoon >r High School Team Meets iwood Here On Friday Night Marathon Golfer Passes Half Mark ST. LOUIS, Mo. —(UP)— Playing his final round in the glare of flood lights, J. Smith Ferebee, Chicago broker, passed the half way mark in his 600-hole trans- continental golf marathon over <he Norwood Hills course last night. Ferebee started the 72-hole leg of his marathon here at 1:56 p. m.. shortly after landing at the municipal airport in his chartered plane. He finished at 8:1-1 p. m. He carded rounds of 84, 78, i 83 and S9. A R0LL-YOUR-OWN TOBACCO THAT (It's the special cut) QUICK, EA$y-R0LL6D 'MAKIN'S' SMOKES THAT HOLD THEIR r SHAPE — I GET 'EM WITH PRINCE AlBERT. COOL,TASTY? AND HOW! fine roll-your-own cigarettes in every 2-oz. tin of Prince Albert RT Midget footballers of the Sweetwater elementary school circuit are to launch their four conference game schedule ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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