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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

• I • TUESDAY. SEPT.. 27. 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE THREE • President Roosevelt Summons Cabinet F or Emergency Meet • > • > • ; « * • 5 • 1 • 'J I ® J 41 Hitler Ignores FDR's Plea for World Peace United States to Continue Preparations For Any Emergency WASHINGTON" — (UP) — President Roosevelt summoned his cabinet for an emergency meeting today as it appeared that German Chancellor Adolf Hitler would ignore his mes- sage appealing for peace. Hitler in his speech pi Berlin last night, failed to mention the president's message and declar- ed that peace or war depend on the capitulation of President Eduard Benes of Czechoslovakia. The chief executive and Sec- retary of State Cordell Hull who had spent the day discussing the crisis, suspended their con- versations and sat by the White House radio to hear Hitler. Hull was haggard looking when he left the White House. He has had little sleep recently. To Discuss lT. 8. Hole The president summoned his cabinet "b...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR Honour thy father and thy mother, as the Lord Qod hath commanded thee; that thy dayt may he prolonged, and that it may go well with thee, ii| the land uhich the Lord thy God giveth thee. Deuteronomy 5;16. Next to God, thy parents.—Penn. IAN COUNTY JAIL JJiD BE SUBJECT TO INVESTIGATE What is wrong with Nolan county's jail might be a fitting matter for investigation of the Grand Jury. Escape of another criminal on the heels of others at intervals not too far ap. rt indicates that something is wrong somewhere. If the present jail is of such a makeshift type that it cannot be counted on to hold criminals the public should know the reason why. Nolan county spends tax money to maintain a jail and to convict criminals. If these criminals escape, time and money must be spent to hunt them down or they are at liberty to commit further deprada- tions against the public. This is a serious matter and should not be lightly cast aside. More Minority Problems POLITICIANS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

1 • TUESDAY, SEPT., 27, 1938 It 18, Too! 1 • If • o A > -> ( t '* ,1 ■> * 3 * k = I O "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." The Beitt Advice Ever Offered, if yon are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Ijoltui' Fun It's All at— Across From the Airport SWEETWATER REPOllTEB. SWEETWATER, TEXAS WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonbit Son of Judge and Mrm, R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St., Sweetwater ,fBUT VOU DOWT UNVJEESTAV10! /PUT / MO.WO: THERE'S I ME FRIEKi'S VJEODiM' tS / I'LL s'posep TO OF started HAFTA half AW HOUR ASO. VJE | TO the 60t a FLAT TIRE, y<JU JU5T 60 TTER take HllA TO UOT A KMMUTE TO SPARE. PLEASE J I'LL BUY YOUR UMLJflW' \ CAR . I'LL t>0 >300 FOR this (WHERE'S TH' LWHT^ JUNK HEAP..IT'5 am outrage: — v IF YOU ARE SKEPTICAL Investigate and you w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 September 1938

wm. Day in and day out, you will find that shopping at Sunbeam has many ad- vantages. Prices are always lower — foods are always fresher—and selec- tion is always greater! Check these specials carefully and put them on your list for today's shopping. prices for tues. afternoon, wed. and thors. Del Monte PEARS or APRICOTS - 1K10 C Challenge Full Quart saiad Dressing 19c Mission Tuna ^ 15c Cans Faro Brand Coffee 1 1 10^ Angel us Marshmallows 2 LB. PKG. Pure Cane 1 Limit Sugar -10 lb. paper bag 45c Wilson's Advance Shorting 4 is ctn 39 c 8 lb ctn 78c Crackers - % lb. Box 15« Fresh Fruits And Vegetables ■ - - D°z- 12c Valencia Oranges Full of Juice, a regular 19c seller Large Texas ORANGES Do, 25c Fancv Jonathan APPLES doz 25c California Red Delicious APPLES d0, 29c Large Bartlett PEARS 29c Large Size Lemons m m m Doz. J j 5c Small Pear TOMATOES 5s | Yellow or White SQUASH Wit Rutabaga TURKIFS 4c Medium Size CUCUMBERS „> V/ic Fresh Blackeyed Peas ib. 6c California Wonder BELL PEPPER ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

4 ') i r i CON RilCE ****** -¥**•*.** ****** Hitler May Ask 'Withdra waV Czech Troops Preparations Indicate Germany Ready to Strike Nazi Ships Held in Ports Or Recalled; Endless Troop Movement Noted NEW YORK — (UP) — The (<crnian liner, Hansu, scheduled to sail tonight with :t5U pasNrngers, Milled suddenly shortly alter p a. in. today with no passengers. J3ERLIN — (UP) — Nazi cir- cles indicated belief today that Adolf Hitler would accept a "token withdrawal" of Czech troops from Sudetenland by Saturday as a basis for peaceful settlement of the central Euro- pean crisis. It was said that if the Czechs consent before the October . 1 deadline to make a gesture of withdrawing from that frontier area, it would be acceptable if assurances were given that full withdrawal would be made lat- er. The raj: id developments today followed preparations by Ger- many that left little question that drastic action was planned. German steamship lines had been recalling their ships on the high seas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

spr; s w' cw$*« Kfeptm*tsK, sWHstwAtrtt, te*A8 I 11 ;•§!§ fllv B WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1988 ire This Week On Much Wider Front MM Champ Team Receives Awards Members of the Magnolia Medico two year city champion softball team yesterday were awarded bronze medallions for their service to the team, by the team sponsors, Rigdon Edwards, Magnolia distributor, and Dr. R. O. Peters. The medallions have a large Softball in the center and are inscribed with "MM, '37-38 Champs." Players receiving the awards Included Demp Kearney, Bill Hunt, Floyd Holder, S. C. Ma- bry, Patty Smith, Floyd Bill- ings, Raymond Billings, John Clay, Foster Miller, Dick Howe, Raymond Reed, Myron Wag- non, Mackie Johnson, Charley Walker, and Richard Thompson and Alec Crowder, Jr., bat boys. J. P. Cowen Boys Prepare For Tilt Twenty-six boys are report- ing to Leo Jones, coach at J. P. Cowen elementary school, for daily practice for the city mid- get grid race opening between Cowen and John R. Lewis teams at the Lewis g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

« * % - WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 193a v - ■< ■ -V "■ imM"" SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS n ■■ 3wl Hitler Has Eye On Munition Works fSSB' MiJSP? The vast Skoda arms plants dominate I'ilsen (Plzcn), the Bohemian Hty also fumed for its beer. Some idea of the extent of the l'ilsen works, where .'10,000 men I urn oul arms for the world, may he had from the panoramic view above. *•' ..:w. " . . <• v.&v.*..u& • - Heavy artillery lias been the specialty of tlie great I'ilscn works of Skoda, ever since they turned out the 42-centimeter Runs which blasted a path for the (.iimans through Ijiege and Namur in 1914. Above is one of the latest "streamlined" heavy guiw leaving the Skoda plant. By Willis Thornton KEA V orres|)on(lent "The Germans will never take the Skoda Works. If German troops get to a point where they are near taking them, there won't be any Skoda works!" This dark hint concerning the gigantic munitions plants whose smoke darkens the skies above the famous beer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

B; ■*- er me, O my God, out of the hand of the out of the hand of the unrighteous and ian.—Psalms 71 ;4. impossible for that man to despair who Remembers that his Helper is omnipotent.— Jeremy Taylor. fOOTBALL, THE TOPIC OF AMERICA S DAY Praise be to football. With reams of news on the preparations for war across the seas the wholesome sight of a pigskin being lacked to the moon by a husky player is a great relief. What better pastime than to compare the strategy of the various teams and their possibilities, than looking over 4,000 miles of land and sea to cogitate on the sta- tistics of armed forces. With all its noise, what a sense of peace rides the air with the yells of schools and colleges even though they may be ear-splitting to us nearby. Maybe had Europe had its football, history would be different over there. There is something about the sport that relieves the seriousness of our every- day life and makes the old return to their youth again. A man may be intent on a most pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

'+£'■ f vednbsdat. sept, is, loss " W • ?8R$ '*■" SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS *1$ PAGE FIVE • « • « • l • « * I * • • • • • • • • i • 4 1 li • • What About Our Aged Citizens? What About Business? * What About Jobs? * Do You Want a Self-Imposed Depression?" Don't Vote to Put People Out of Work! You Owe It to Yourself as a Good Citizen to Read This Ad Before You Vote! A Statement Of Facts To The Tax Payers Of Nolan County THIS IS A PERSONAL APPEAL TO EVERY VOTER— As a citizen and tax payer of Nolan County, you should be tremendous- ly interested in the outcome of Thursday's election. Although the elec- tion is county-wide, the only issue to be voted upon is whether or not the sale of beer will be prohibited in those precincts in Nolan County where beer is now sold legally. As a matter of fact, much more is involved than this simple issue would indicate. The future of Nolan County is at stake. That prohibition adversely affects business conditions is a fact which cannot be d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

StlMAItk REPOkTfll, StFMTWATB*, TEXAS m vdbmnmv, vm. m, ma Record Feed Crop Being Conserved In Trench Silos * !• Stows ig Year All Types of Grain fjjorghums Being Stored for Use in Future COLLEGE STATION — There Witt be at least ,15,000 trench alios filled in Texas in 1938, and there is a possibility that the fig- ure will reach 20,000, reports from county agricultural agents indicate. Slightly more than 10,- 000 were filled in 1937. If the figure reaches 20,000 1038 will mark the eighth con- secutive year in which the num- ber of trench silos in the state has doubled over the previous reason's totals. "There have been good feed Ctfops over most of th9 state, but the big thing is that farm- ers have found the trench silo tHe cheapest and best way of Storing feed, and that county agents, vocational teac hers, business men, and civic organiza- tions have all pushed the trench Silo idea," E. R. Eurlaly, dairy- man of the Texas A. and M. col- lege extension service, pointed out in expla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

SSfS m. • !• e • • • t • • * • * • j • i « %> t i J ■ * " t = « wednesday, sept. 28, 1938 sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas page "Just want to 1 thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! "V e r y reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's the 'spot' for us from now on." ft Is, Too! The Best Advice Ever Offered, If yon are looking for Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Lotsa' Fun It's All at— WASH TUBBS AND EASY Sweetwater'. Own Cartoonist IjtfttAmtSS, WASH AtRWES AT THE CHURCH 1 HduR AND 15 MINUTES L.AXE - \NEDB\UG. Son of Judge and Mm R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St. Sweetwater By ROYSTON crank THAT* ttV VS VT TRUEf THE Across From the Airport IF YOU ARE SKEPTICAL Investigate and you will approve GROGAN MINERAL BATHS, our drugless HEALTH SERVICE and modern elec- trical department as the best means of regaining your health. GKOGAiN WELLS SANATORIUM Dial 2012 Twin Bed Suites 5 piece solid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 September 1938

B ■ 1 wZ ■ jyterian Auxiliary Meets "Meeting Our N e i g hbor's Children" was the topic of the foreign missions program of the Pjfsbyterian auxiliary Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed F. Jay, when Mrs. Ben Me- Corkle and Mrs. Audra Gent were co-hostesses with Mrs. Jay to 31 members. Mrs. J. H. Beall, Jr., auxiliary president, directed routine busi- ness, and Mrs. Bob Hartford was program leader, being assisted by Mmes. Chas. W. Lewis, S. Edwards, Fred Powers, Arnold Dressier, E. A., Dann, Harvey Meyers, Ed Neinast and J. H. Beall. During the social hour Chris- tiana Dann played several piano- accordion solos and a vocal trio was sung by Mary Grace Jay, Susie Garrett and Jo Eloise Wil- liams. A refreshment plate of lemon chiffon pie and cherry limeade was passed by the three girls who sang the trio and Audra Mae Gent. Mrs. Russell Bennitt announc- ed a musical which the members of circle No. 2 will sponsor at an early date at the Presbyterian church. The program will be a uniqu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

# % ¥ REPORTED wml PEACEFUL * * Tornado Rips Through Charleston, S♦ C. ■a- f° pf Pn |P- fon * |nt H. en rls an ft I'S. bn, pn- rs. ar- S fas |ke yj- lon pi- jc. * Irt- bpt I he (in- Ind 1 lan Idy Ise- 25 Known Dead, 340 Hurt, 30 City 7 y Blocks Damaged Twister Struck Along Waterfront's Old Slave Market Area CHARLESTON, S. C. —(UP) —A tornado ripped across Char- leston today, taking a heavy toll of dead and injured and caus- ing great property damage. Digging into debris in torren- tial rains which followed the tornado, authorities predicted the death toll would be heavy. Norman Davis, head of the Red Cross, advised President Roosevelt that the latest reports showed: 25 bodies recovered, 340 persons injured and 30 city blocks damaged. Many Are Negroes. Many of the victims were negroes. The twister struck along the waterfronts old slave market, mowing down frame structures. It was reported that the mill of the Charleston Paper and Pulp company was wrecked and an unknown number of em- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

■« SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ; . i ; : • _■ ; ■ _ ———— inior (jridsters Open Season With Brownivood Friday Night THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1938 w. m l|E. ill- * * ■■ | « ■ * $8 ■ ■I5.* n« :jf * • §R . * ft Is ■ - t §• f, * ■p* i -E* f:38 Tomorrow At Newman High School Stadium Kickoff time at 7:30 tomor- row ntght at Newman high sta- dium inaugurates the 1938 grid season for the John H. Reagan Junior high Ponies. Opposition for the season in- augural is the junior high ele- ven of Brownwood. Next week the Shetland delegation is host Sweetwater ward school grid season gets off for a four game series this afternoon when the John R. Lewis boys are hosts to the J. P. Cowen midget eleven at the Lewis field. Kickoff for the elementary school game is set for 4 o'clock. to Big Spring on Thursday night, host San Angelo Oct. 14 in an afternoon game, and then take to the road for two tilts. Oct. 20, the junior gridders play Lubbock juniors at Lubbock, and Breckenridge at Brecken- ridge o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

■•■A £#*"'<•-V trttlhSHAt, SEPT. 29, 1436 SWEETWATER REPORfXR, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Iher lhl(j§ |ue, last five irn to Oft I At- aau- and tore— in* af- land 1 the rth.f the liree or- lierej |eau- Say, IK T lowl- pm-(| play* the (lay- ayed I five the* zing Ipeti- Ifore Lou I'- ll by lrinp^j pres- eady at list Sams" pt is al- on r c< a p I —————— ——*■——wtmmmmfc—*—■—^ —— • ——*mm i , , ■ , , , wmmmmmmmmmrnp Senator Proposes Plan To Trade Cotton For Foreign Sih Pittman Says Efforts to Curb Production Fail Suggests Trading 13 Million Bales for $864,300,000 Silver WASHINGTON — (UP)—Sen. Key Pittman, D„ Nev., today urged the administration to un- dertake a vast international plan to barter 13,400,000 bales of domestic cotton for $804,300,- 000 of foreign silver to protect American growers against "im- minent danger" of a price col- lapse because of huge surpluses. Pittman. chairman of the powerful senate foreign rela- tions committee and member of the congressional silver bloc, re- vealed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

any of The cheerfully to attention of the char- of any which may jrter's pubUca- cted upon be- le publishers. Editorials—SWEET PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS . When ye have transgressed the covenant of Lard your God, which he commanded you, and Aipe gone and served other gods, and bowed yimrselves to them; then shall the anger of the Lard be kindled against you and ye shall perish quickly from off the good land which he hath giv- en unto you.—Joshua 23; 16. The Christian life is not merely knowing or hearing, but doing the will of Christ.—F. W. Rob- ertson. 'Would You Mind Carving That in Granite?' DIPLOMACY MAY WIN OVER BULLETS IN EUROPE If diplomacy wins instead of bullets in the current European situation it will be the greatest victory civil- ization has scored in ages. Had such a trend of events occurred at any time before the World War as have happened these past two weeks, the roar of cannon and exploding bombs would have rocked the peaceful coun- tryside of Czechoslovakia. Even...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

w^m' ilf THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 193# SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEET WATT®, TEXAS i i"*11 Eastern Star and Masons at Rotan In Joint Meeting Mrs. Knott Hostess for ^ Forty-two Party; WMS Installs New Officers By Mrs. P. B. Knott ROTAN •— The annual joint meeting of the Masonic lodge • and Eastern Star members was held Tuesday at the Rotan high stadium. The program included a chick- en dinner and amusements. I t • FORTY-TWO PARTY HELD AT KNOTT HOME ROTAN — Mrs. P. B. Knott recently entertained with three tables of forty-two. « Mrs. Jack Wilkes was high score winner for the afternoon. A salad plate was served to Mmes. L. C. Miller, Aud Ger- ald, Coulter Senn, Gerald Jones, Imogene Lane, M. L. Morrow, ) J. R. Doughtery, W. L. Barker, • F. A. Wright, Jack Wilkes, Char- les Bennett, C. G. Campell and the hostess. /fi BAPTIST WOMEN • tfl MEET THIS WEEK ROTAN — Mrs. C. E. Leon led the opening prayer for a meeting Monday afternoon of i; the Baptist Missionary society _ in the basement of the Rotan '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

York Itofctor Board Of Consultation Hospitals Which Refuse Venereal Disease Patients Attacked at AHS Meet DALLAS — (UP) — Ameri- can surgeons who perform op- erations "because they have an unresistible urge" drew the criticism yesterday of the Am- erican Hospital association. Dr. J. J. Golub, director of the hospital of joint diseases at New York City, charged that surgeons were performing "many unnecessary operations." Dr. Golub, also a commission- er of the Saratoga Springs au- thority, said the rate of surgi- cal operations was increasing faster than the population. "The disproportion cannot altogether be a result of advanced scien- tific diagnosis," he said. Other Disturbing Causes "There are other disturbing j causes: unethical practices and | the lure of larger fees, the urge j to operate, haste to operate on | non-emergency cases, and the | surgeon's own personality twist | which gives him pleasure in a j successful operation." The New York doctor said that "clearly needed an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

Shoes nrefiii MHOK o o >ne K2-'< ONGE N3 as O O O By R0YJBTQN CRANK THERE, TWtRE/MOMtV. THCRf6 OMf 6UUFC06 tti THE POMO, ' BIGGER OWES, : TOO. y— .i'axbxt .... ea. ci i d! r • i.. emms ' ri,m.h KAHKV.' DAD BLAST YOUR SCALY HIDE , GO GIT THAT STICK. m t T. M REG. U. S PAT. OFF. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29. 1938 SWEETWATER WASH TUBUS AND EASY ■? Sweetwater's Ova Soa of Ja4jp u< Mr* B. C. Cruae, 60} Sut Third St. Sweetwater it is, too! "Just want to thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! PU=ASE, ~\HO EXPLANATIONS ARC MECES6MT , \ 6IR--THE MIEDWUG VS OFF! r—> BUT 1 DEMAWD THE RV6HT Tp SEE CAOOLt VOU GOTTA JE JKEWS, CLOSE THE \N\ViD0\NS.' MR- 4AcU.EE VOU &OTTA UET ME EKPLA^Wl The Best Advice Ever Offered, if yoa are looking for "Very reason able, too, con sldering the ex cellent music and service." L 6Tew, VWKEE. VOU ( GOTT SHAPIY £0TTA Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Ijotea' Fan It's All at— "Its the 'spot for us from...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 September 1938

*KMI: ** V# % * iffiT-iX ;f • If*"'"*:- '••,*•'•••■: t-,.y..,'.-. Y'' . ■ ;.; ,v\v.;>i! - vvw9r:v svhtwius Starr Hostess Highland Club vMr8. L. J. Starr was hostess t the regular meeting of the bland Study club at 2:30 in the living room of home economics department •Ift the Highland school. i, Mrs. Robert Wright presided ifct the business meeting. Miss Laura Chambers was program Jaader, the topic being, "Begin- nings of Child Study". A short ^outline of the course of study Was given by Miss Chambers. jMiss Ella Patton, county health ■nurse was the guest speaker for the afternoon, her topic being "Pre-natal Care and the In- fluence It Has on the Child." A refreshment plate was ser- ved by the hostess to Miss Pat- ron; Miss Chambers; Mrs. •Wright: Mrs. K. L. Daugherty; Mrs. Ruth Garrett, Mrs. Bascomb Hartgraves; Mrs. John Adams, Mrs. Hal Bennett, Mrs. Waldo Muggins, Mrs. Jim Johnson, Mrs. Wesley Edwards, and Miss Hampton. ■ Mrs. Adams will be the next hostess Tuesday, October 11, ...

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