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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 March 1938

fflPP ?ATER REPOI . ....;•. SWEETWATER, TEXAS m' #In Local Park BROWNWOOD _ (UP) — ^ A total of 1,573,026 persons visit- ed 15 Texas state and five Tex- ^ts municipal parks during the period between May 16 and Oct. 1, 1937, as compared with 827,- % 534 visitors during the same per- iod of 1936. 0 The increase was revealed in a copy of a survey made by the National Parks Service which j was received by Wendell Mayes of Brownwood, chairman of the Texas Phrks Board. The Increase was attributed in part to the closer check made in the 1937 survey than for the « previous one. but is due large- ly to improvements of the ^parks' facilities, Mayes said. •The surveys were made only in parks where CCC camps were located. • State parks—Mackenzie, 252,- 213: Bastrop, 69,350; Palo Duro, 022,983; Daingerfield, 20,423; Bal- morhea, 19,005; Palmetto, 10,943; Mother Neff, 10,504; Tyler, 12,- 089O; Brownwood, 10,257: Fort Parker, 10,095, Cleburne, 9,301; Lockhart, 8,035; Garner, 6,604: • .onghorn Cave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 March 1938

Watson, Big Spring supervisor of the i comptroller's department, In Sweetwater yesterday focal organizations, cnarge admission prices sir activities, to see that are paying the assessments on such interprises by state. Jjjr. Watson said he found a number of concerns or organi- sations operating "activities to wWch admissions are charged and on which they should have been paying state taxes. "It is not my intention", said Mr. Watson, "to penalize them for the failure, but to call it to their attention so that here- after they may remit (he as- sessment to the state." If, said he. they fail to do so after being advised, then it is a matter of law. Explains .Assessment "Every person, firm, associa- tion of persons, or corporation owning or operating any place of amusement which charges a price or fpe for admission. In- cluding exhibitions in theatres, motion picture theatres, opera halls, and including „ horse racing, dog racing, motorcycle racing, automobile racing and like contests a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 March 1938

: am mm • ■ :r-. ■- ml IB LA (il'ECIAIi NOTICE! AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Ktims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas mAdam anna GIVES ad\(Jse in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Camp Joy. I Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. | Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves — $2.00 i Other Permants $1 to $5 if w All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 • ARE YOU planning a new i: home? then let us show you % our choice list of residence lots located in the northeast portion of! the city. The Thompson Agency. I " TO TRADE FOR BALE 208 East New Mexico. 5-room brick. Good condition, excel- Z' $2350 1004 Oak Street, 5-room Stucco, well built, Modern &OOCA in all respects 401 East Arkansas. 4-room frame , —corner lot. Fenced in back yard ... $1250 D. A. CLARK 307 Oak Street Phone 722 1 TO TRADE — Modern 0 room stucco house, 2 lots, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 March 1938

iver w effec- ^•iitortwon by *11 when she ,U 1882 Contract The tallies took the form pb, children while on the pail covers were painted tulips. .JWhen the refreshment plates passed, they were found to carry as favors small pots of lips made from crepe paper jU* various colors.- X High score for t the afternoon ^Went to Miss Esther Dodgion. •jThe bingo prize was won by ajilrs. Jack Ward. j Guests present were Mines. W. I. Blocker, R. W. Willis, E. "2a. Costephens, W. E. Forrester, «W. W. Shields. W. B. Crossley, •Edd Dodds, W. R. Potter, Jack iWard, \V. E. Kirkland, R. E. S'Gracey and Miss Esther Dod- fglon. ♦ * ♦ IMiss Hubbard Bride ?Of Edward L. Boyd i Mrs. W. H. Pickett, ntO Cedar, is announcing the marriage of : her daughter, Bertie Bernice ; Hubbard to Edward Lawrence '.Boyd Saturday afternoon in Sny- dtr. ' Mrs. Boyd was educated in : the Sweetwater schools and has Hived here most of her life. Mr. i Boyd, son of Mrs. Martha Boyd i: of the Lake Sweetwater com- " raunity, also at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

HpglfU Wm Spg Sjwt "rJHSu ■rf'i ^wlBH "5,'S.v ■ mil &il i ii ' ■* ri -tr!'M'h ■Wi t'm&wm'-'is tmm ■ H9MM -I, .i. T. II ^-■ ^.' ■ ■ I |V ; I . Willi II' 1 "" 1111 1 Don't Miss The Revue Of Spring Fashions r, EUROPE GRASPS TODAY AT HOPES FOR EARLY A Kiss For Acquittal •1 i ~*4 Mrs. Patricia liyan. 21-year-old mother of two cliilA^cn, was acqultted, by a New Vork "husband and housewife" jury, of the murder of her policeman husband. She recov- ered from a final collapse at the words "Not Guilty," and expressed her joy by impulsively kissing her attorney, H. Bennett Salomon. Bicycle Parade Is To Precede Revue Q *> t Advent of warm sunny days shows that the weatherman is aiding in the preparations for the Sweetwater merchants' Fashion Revue next Monday ev- ening, opening at 7 p. m. Every- one is getting "Spring-minded" and the Fashion Revue with its colorful display of the latest modes on living models in the w i ndo w s of the participating stores will prove helpful in answeri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

Pllfr^ ^ v . : d • ■ i .1 : .. , V—r . . t £ mm W •V JSpa'.' d. |P|| psBg? m> iPilSll ,'V* ;'. <yi MM „ * K8i^ iliK • If FRIDAY, MARCH 58S, 1938 # For Contests Saturday. liHIl Field of Annual i Events Developing His Push ■ip . Fast Track Looms ffer Interscholastic : , Meet In Sweetwater Hundreds of athletes andj fans from Nolan county schools Will gather in Sweetwater to- morrow for the annual track and- field events of the county Interscholastic league. Full Bchedule to run off the events in one day has been announced by Dal ton Hill of Highland, director of athletics for the league. 1 Starting at 9 o'clock tomor- row on Newman field, the ward • and rural events will be run in rapid succession. In the af- ternoon ' starting at 2 o'clock, the senipr class B events are scheduled. Array of Good Athletes The array of athletes to en- ter this annual meet are rated tops for the county meets of recent years, and marks are expected to be broken in sev- eral events. The highjump, broa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

'$0$- FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE 1 • § est Sf ♦ o o Rose Mary WILSON ADVANCE ' •' ' ' ' . ' Ira IBSSBmhSWW .. ■ i'1" " § ii*RiV«g.wa Saxet 1 Limit 10 lb Paper Bag Pure Cane Krafts MACARONI DINNER 19c Pkg. "| /C KRAFTS FRENCH DRESSIN 1!) G bottl 15c «I u MIRACI ^ Pt 14c pt. iE WHIP . ..24c Ib. can SANKA - - - 40c Del Monte. l!)c No. PINEAPPLE I can BARS 15c Del Monte Country CORN - Gentleman O NO 2 £ CANS 25c HOMINY Tall Can No. 2'- Can .. 5c 7!?,c White Eagie 24 li). Sack . 48 II). Sack . FLOUR Ha It well 24 II). Sack .. IS II). Sack ... 85c 139 75c 1.35 Bestyctt DRESSING«29' 87' Carton Tobacco Sale Country Gentleman Granger Hough Cut Carton of 12 10c pkgs Corn Dodger MEAL - 5-11). Sack "| 5C 10 Ids sack 2.r>c 20 lit. sack. . ,43c Sunbeam guarantees to you that it sells for less on general order ol merchandise. Check your purchas- QljOAP _ es and be convinced. All grocery prices in effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday. uUUnil 10 lb....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

•i « ^corrected to attention of thep ufi afternomi REPORTER -Features t PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, texas FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 Sintered as second class matter at office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennitt and RusselJ Bennitt, Pud®, [£\ truly the Son of man goeth, as it teas deter• Ij but woe unto that man bywhom he is be• .—Luke 22,22. There is no traitor like him whose domestic Bason plants the poniard within the breast that trusted to his truth.—Lord Byron. TRENCH silos should aid IN agriculture diversification One of the most favorable signs t,o stabilize feed problems on the farm has been the construction of trench silos. These inexpensive storehouses in which succulent feeds can be put away for the future use should play an important part in insuring a West Texas feed supply under all conditions. It has been proved that feed stuffs properly covered in a trench silo will keep indefinitely, making it possible to carry over a large supply from one year to the other. Nqw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

U*? W WWy IS "HHJW ' • ! " A! « Kj; :WSi -V* '* ' wm: ¥, S"!®- ' ' - ' • f ' •'' iliby- ■ ! "■^Prsi SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS i . "■ Fire Insurance Commissioner Cites Benefits Disposal of Trash Will Aid In Cutting Down Fire Hazards, Says Hall AUSTIN—Marvin Hall, stale fire insurance commissioner, to- day urged state-wide observ- ance of Clean-Up Week as an effective means of fire preven- tion. The week of \piii 340 lias been set aside by Govern- or James V. Allred for the an- nual clean-up campaign. "This will be an excellent op- portunity to dispose of unneces- sary rubbish, combustible ma- terials, and inflammable goods or solutions which naturally ac- cumulate around the home, store, and factory," Hall said. '"These, and other hazards, can be removed or reduced to the direct benefit of all concerned." Fire Prevention Progress Hall explained that the peo- ple of Texas had made great pro- gress with their fire prevention activities during the past few years, and that r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 March 1938

*; '■*. Al J* ■ > HQ taixaa, A't n J.-- . SfMKl'WATEB ttBPOBTEK, aWJKETWATEB, TE*a* I FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 j ^ day Set As Deadline For Vote On Reorganization Bill; lent to it President's rer to 2 Years to 'Streamline' Departments Threshed Out In Bitter Debate WASHINGTON — (UP) — Senate foes and supporters of fJfplW' government reorganization designed to give President evelt broad powers to lline" executive agencies agreed to vote on (he controver slaf measure not later than 5 p. m. Monday. Simultaneously the senate . Uliarffmously agreed to an " amendment, by Sen. Bennett Clark, D„ Mo., providing that the powers of the president to order reorganization shall ex- \ pire twoj years after enactment , instead of July 1, 1040. The agreement on the vote was reached after Sen. David I. Walsh f D„ Mass., an outstand- ing foe of the bill, moved to send it back to committee in a final desperate attempt to kill the measure. The motion will he acted on not later than 3 p. m. Monday. Unanim...

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

t Hi •• miDAV, MARCH 25, atSt? 19W 1J 4*| ; ' CLASSIFIED SfpTWATER REPORTER, SWEfeTWATER, WtAl WASH TUBBS AND EASY < y:^ Pr;' PAGE Ity Hvrcetwater's Own Cartoonist Son of Judge and Mrs. K. C. 'Jliuie, «0i East Third St., Sweetwater BY ROfSTON CRANE SPECIAJi NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas -* fllADAM ANNA GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. in. l,o 9 p. in. Camp Joy. !• Safely is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. < Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves ■. $2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 IX GOOD PIT barbecue every day. Jess Robertson's . Alamo on West Broadway. • ARE YOU planning a new home? Then let us show you our choice list of residence lots located in the northeast portion of the city. The Thompson Agency. TO TRADE EMPLOYMENT WANTED: Five men...

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

m- :W< \K'i SWEETWATER REPORTER, ons - (UP) — The Clearing House Associa- irted that for the week ended bank clearings in were $2,000,000 above the iding period last year, topped last week's figures 1,000. ings for the week were ,184.85 as compar- to $55,993,829.(58 for the le period last year and $54,- 730.08 last week. ndis- > (Continued from page 2) Ion Landis brought out the that the Cardinals at one had working agreements the Springfield and Dan- club of the same league at ie time. fundamental, indispen- basis of every league's op- erations, major and minor, is the unquestionable integrity of com- petition within the league," said Landis, "Obviously, doubt of •that must arise if players of two or more clubs competing in the same league are controlled the one organization, for the -jpower exists thereby to regu- late and control the competition of those clubs. It is no answer to say that this power is not exercised, or that each club must be allowed to decide for itself wh...

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

I o o o t o '! 1 .. .'r. — mm 1 -L m :,x Spring Fashions •mmm Crops And Ranges Aided By Heavy General Rain More Than Inch In City; Storm At Longworth Pastures, Small Grain Greatly Benefited By Timely Moisture A "million dollar" rain, re- ported general over the entire Sweetwater area Saturday save further promise to 1938 crops that in most sections were in Rood condition from more than seasonal* rainfall early this year. However, farmers to the west last week complained they were needing moisture, particularly for small grains and pastures. The rain was reported general over the county, with 1.06 inch- es recorded in Sweetwater up to 10:30 o'clock last night. liegnn Early Saturday Rain began falling here early Saturday morning and had amounted to .31 of an inch at 8 o'clock Saturday morning. Heaviest fail occurred about 12:30 this afternoon. Precipitation followed a con- siderable drop in temperature. A variance of more than 50 de- grees was recorded during the last 18 hours. The me...

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

Oil..";<. Wiv '.Vi ,c*. ^ ;f. _. ***;> Cirfc Are Winners Competition in Choral Singing. Won By Reagan's Entry l.vVW ran Wins One-Act Play Contest John H. Reagan junior high school of Sweetwater won the ,ct play contest In Newman school auditorium Friday _ to feature the literary iRBKits of the Nolan County In- tofecholastic League elimina Friday and Saturday, as caused the postponement •the track and field events and concluding features of the annual meet. Highland was sec- ond! and Divide, third. *M. Lipscomb and Eleanor Lee were adjudged best actor and actress, after the judges were deadlocked over the se- lection for these awards. A cup was presented Reagan and the individuals were awarded tro- phies by E. H. Parris, director of this department. Beagan Play "Elmer," directed by Mrs. A. A. Autrey, was the Reagan presentation. Members of the cast were Elmer Collier played by Lipscomb; Susan Collier, Ger- aldine Slack; Jeanie Colier, Miss Lee; Janie Collier. Eugenia Hobbs; Mis...

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

. 'Unfciif, liAilai 27, iw rV\ •--••• 1$ : 4ft TEXAS - . Women's Interest Clubs • Churches lone D. Society alitor Dial City Council PTA In Busy Session Thursday Vi — I The City Council of Parents and Teachers met in regular session Thursday morning at the home of the president, Mrs. M. K. Stevenson, who was in the chair for the business ses- sion. Mrs. r L. Turpin gave a detailed report of the nursery school and asked that more mugs and cereal bowls be don- ated. The following women were re- ported as appointed from the various schools on nursery school executive board, Mines. O. A. Roy or, B. J?. Brown, Fred Stirman, Ben Roberts, and Miss Bernice Alexander. Mrs. A. E. Radcliffe announced "open house" at Reagan Junior high at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening when an entertaining program is promised. Mrs. Carl Murrill invited everyone to attend when Mrs. Dale Morrison of McMurry Col- lege, who spent last summer in Europe, speaks at Nolan school March 31 on "European Trends in Education that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

Made For Seal Sale April 1-17 A New Slant on Streamlining ^ Eberle Elected R. S. Covey Vice Chairman ociety For a (^Organization of the Nolan ity unit of the Society foi- sted Children has been per- and arrangements made the annual seal sale April it was announced Satur- by A. A. Eberle, chairman, sale of seals will be con- dtpeted from the Dallas office of th& state unit, with Nolan coun- ty retaining 55 per cent of the iroceeds for local work, kfnplete personnel of the unit! is Eberle, chairman; R. S. Oovey, vice chairman: Lee Langley. secretary • treasurer; Walt Steele publicity director; anct these endorsers of the un- ?it whose names appear on the ■stationery: Ed Mays, Sam Both- ;Well, Dr. C. A. Rosebrough, Sam <Cress, the Rev. Gary Smith, Dr. R. O. Peters, Mrs. Roy \V. Thompson, George Bennitt. J. H. Williams, Virginia E. Stan- ifield, the Rev. Victor Marin.! •Gerald Williams. Luther Wat- .son, Mrs. S. O. Herring, Blanton TVIcCord, A. S. Legg, J. B. As- ians, Chas. E. P...

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

•ds eir ■ . :sjsg;¥p5-. 'vr •Mmm*?'. ; SWEETWATER REPOR ^ * . Rp i J- '•W^^ Hj lone D. Perry A Women Clubs - Gliarchet* * Society Editor Dial 2328 •///' Id 111 Kit- lk* fal- lal Ins lul i 120 fh* i Ire In- lek ) Ind pte < liot brs los- hu- Ifor • [by kie- > Ind PclS. pns in |nic at • ) • Fity Jde- Ithe i * (are lost O • i • I < c o c • I • V) • u • • > • •) • / I • «) Mrs. Max Wood Is Presented At Tea Introducing Mrs. Max Wood of Littlefield, the former Miss Helen Rumback whose marriage to Dr. Max Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manse Wood, took place on March 1 at Littlefield. Mrs. Manse Wood entertained with a beautifully appointed tea on Friday afternoon at her home, 211 Atherton. A spring theme predominat- ed in the entertaining rooms which were adorned with tall branches of apple blossoms, bowls of iris, tulips and snow- balls blending their fragrance and delicate tints to herald the approach of springtime. Guests calling between 3 and 5:30 o'clock were greeted at the doo...

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

m g w, 1 9 9 ■ * ty Of Lovely Spring Styles _tlme brings an excit- ofusion of new styles for Be hours and night-time rous. Not to be outdone Fother Nature's profusion springtime beauty are the and brown and black heads the fairer sex of this area their sheer and lovely fluttering behind them, gently over their dainty ferie blouses under suits ad- with flowers as glowing . the natural world has thus revealed. And this spring is a drama- lie -aeason of dashing colors, fied but effective contrasts, ' and dainty loveliness when the\ whole gamut of feminity into glory as complete as the fullblown beauty of April's ronwi or May's wild flowers. It's a sartorial era when the woman adorned is the rule, not the exception—when the female is more deadly than the male, simply by virture of her shin- ing and enchancing raiment. And Levy Brothers' Depart- ment store in Sweetwater is ready to offer all the current ' styles in femin'ne wear. From j the simo'est snort costume for the morning sunlight...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

i> • • • I W) « I • c • % 3 • • • i « • 3 i t t r • it I t m t it Officials Call Meet Off When Heavy Rain Falls I literary Competition Concluded Awaiting Athlctics Finals Officials of the Nolan County Intel-scholastic League early Saturday morning called off the athletics contests of the annual meet scheduled for Newman field. Dalton Hill, athletics clt.r ector, announced that the con- tests will be held next Saturday under the same schedule. G. E. Williams, director gen- eral, declared: ''We can hold a track meet any day, but it isn't any day West Texas gets such a fine rain." Fast Meet Expected Newman field had been work- ed into fine condition for the meet. A fast event was antici- pated, and still is, with the best crop of county athletes in years champing on the bit to stretch their legs in competition. The athletics events next Sat- urday will conclude the annual meet. Some contests have been held, and the literary events were completed Friday and Sat- urday regardless of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

Pi — Col. N Thompson, candidate said Saturday his planks are determin- the coming campaign, does not think additional will be needed. Tl more money is needed to care of social security", i said, "the place to turn for fts to natural resources." j> ^The state's pledge to aid old ile, participate in teachers' ment and aid needy adult blind people and assure child 'tgelfare must lie kept, he ad- ded. He favored aid only to the needy old people. ^Candidate William McCraw re- ined deaf to demands of Gov- lor Ailred. former Governor es E. Ferguson and Karl iwley, prospective candidates, I the platform on which he 1 run for governor. cCraw Saturday telegraph- the county judges and com- ssioner's meeting at Brown- that his department is Working on a plan to allow the state to pay part of road bonds issued in constructing county rt>ads. The plan is to lot the -tate assume payment of enough of the county debts to offset ihe State's failure to pay the full sum due on state roads between ...

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