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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

llir A v. Y *0,193$ ■; 'i l H-ij'1""' Co-op Operated Sylvester Gin Pays Last Note Fisher county farmers, co owners of the Sylvester gin purchased in 1935, have enthu slastlcally overcome financial difficulty and have this week retired the last outstanding note on the original deal. Purchased from the Texas § 1 % Cotton Growers' Gin company of Dallas in 1935, the gin pro- ject was financed through a Houston bank for cooperatives. Only four seasons one of which was abnormal were required to 9 • liquidate the loan. A complete new cotton clean- ing system has been installed in the gin. The cottonseed house lias been enlarged and other im- provements made. 9 • Success of the gin's opera- tions is credited to the farmers for their loyal cooperation. J. W. Turner is president; J. D. Mitchell, vice-president; R. Clayton, secretary and bookkeep- ® 9 er and J. C. MeHaney, manager. McHaney formerly was associ- ated with a Sweetwater gin company as manager. Directors of the gin are Tur- m ner, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

HfSS BlffiftPBI - ■ B .'*"- w> > ■ ^ j ■ ' ■-':■'.J ■:*_ l$.;y. ' •-'. .'i ■ -'\\ '-" :>.'-^ . ;i;r '. '■ ' ,'v ' , d Project ermany WUl Aid Franco Fortify Pyrenees te hi o ru lit. L' lei !** w A I* In p r f J |P I i: i c |l u ri Defenses Will Stop Any Possible Exportation Of Munitions From Paris PARIS — (UP) — Generalis- simo Francisco Franco has ord- ered the immediate fortifica- tion of the Spanish side of the Pyrenees under the direction of Italian and German technicians. Unconfirmed reports said (he order was given at the sugges- tion of Premier Benito Musso- lini of Italy, who feareu the French government might sub- mit to leftist demands and open the frontier to arms shipments to the loyalists in Catalonia. Franco's general staff alleged- ly issued orders to all insurgent garrisons in the interior of Spain to provide troops to construct fortifications facing France's unfortified southern border. Meanwhile there was heated debate in the chamber of depu- ties on social...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

m lis i-fV TODAY, JANUABTf **1930 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE s <gm MR Expert tlon, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS. J. B. MAJ0B8 ALICE E. WILMOT, U.S. Fbc. Graduate In CHIROPRACTIC Physlotheraphy, Electro therapy. Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician In colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 510 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoe* Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots. BRANTLEY'S SHOB SHOP * /syouriest PROTECTION- Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 Loans-Rentals Insurance Real Estate McCALL And LOW Aycock Bldg. Ph. 99V I SHOES Shoe Trouble? Sat your mind at ease! Our Vel- vet Step Shoes give you unheard of comfort and wear. $6.00 MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg. HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

imU'-m wo® ' jT *t* J-J rices Iwater Area Join Bidding Average Cow Brings $206 While Bulb Average Is $2£& One Brings $1,300 | At the first major Hereford sale of the year in the Sweet- water area at Wimberly Here- ford Farms Thursday 2 M miles north of city 48 head brought an average of $226.45. The bulls sold to average $257.10 and the cows averaged $206.37. Canning and Wimberly, Eden, paid $1,300, highest price of the sale for The Zack Domino 1st, year old bull calf. Charles Kirtley, Clayton, N. M. paid $500 for The Zack Domino 3d, calved Feb- ruary 14, 1938 as second high price. Highest price for a cow was paid by George Glass, Mid- land, who bid $360 for Dixie Domino, 3-year-old cow with a bull calf at foot. Breeders from nearby points were active in the sale as pur- chasers and bidders. These in- cluded J. Paul Turner, Sylves- ter; Bob Jordan, Blackwell; White Hat Ranch, Blackwell; C. M. McCain, Roby and Walter Boothe, Sweetwater. Other buy- ers were scattered over a wide a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

mm- MM LA Rf WILL BEGIN ' ■ W W W W W W * " " " " " " " - Sweetwater Asks $65,000 From WPA For Stadium Proposed Bowl To Accommodate 9,300 Persons Site Takes Entire City Block Between Crane And Ragland Streets Final plans were completed this week and an application filed in the Abilene office of WPA for a $05,000 athletic bowl and football stadium for Sweet- water. The project in the state of preparation for several months contemplates giving Sweetwater high school the finest football stadium in West Texas. Its planned seating capacity of 9300 4 on tin sidelines makes it 50 per- cent larger in seating capacity than either the San Angelo or Abilene stadiums. The site takes in the entire . block between Crane and Rag- ® land and extends from 14th street through to 10th. The de- sign calls for an enclosed sod covered bowl which is accom- plished by taking advantage of 4 natural embankment now exist- ing and completing the bowl ef- fect by excavating and creating artificial banks to comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

%tll T Will ess Meeting In Sweettvater m-. Pg&l i Group Already Looking Forward To Attending Conference At Amarillc A Hi-Y club is being organiz- ed in Sweetwater by Bill Sat- • terwhite. It may become a jun- ior service club. Organization will be complet- ed this week when Grover Good 1 of Dallas, national Y.M.C.A. sec- retary meets with the boys to affiliate the club with the state and national Hi-Y and Y.M.C.A Membership is being selected from high school boys. The purpose is to create, maintain and extend throughout the .school and community high standards of Christian character, and to develop the spiritual, mental, physical and social as- pects in individual members, Mr. Satterwhite stated. The club is looking forward to sending a large group of its members to the district confer- ence in Amarillo February 3-5. The theme of the conference is "Finding Christ in the Boy Next to You." The club invites all boys between the ages of 15 and 18 to join. Mr. Satterwhite moved to Sw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

3 • ) * t • ) • 9 Dallas Executive Will Speak About Industrial City • Musical Numbers Planned; P. Edward Ponder To Be Toastmaster At Dinner With the program tentative- ly arranged, the Board of City Development and the Sweet- water club were looking for- ward today to Thursday when the two organizations will hold their annual joint banquet on the Blue Bonnet roof. P. Edward Ponder, recently installed as president of the Sweetwater club, wil" be the toastmaster for the evsnt sche- duled to get underway at 7 p.m. The invocation will he given by the Rev. C. R. Hooton, pre- siding elder of the Sweetwater district of the M. E. church. During the progress of the $l-a-platc- dinner music will be furnished by an orchestra group selected from the Sweetwater Municipal band by Jack Arm- strong, director. Ross Covey, superintendent of the Sweetwater schools, will introduce out of town guests. Following musical numbers by a male quartet composed of Floyd Fitts, Clif Boswell, Wel- don Bardwell an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

* iPiii* Feature Game i dty recreation basketball schedule for the coming #Vwk is as follows: Monday Standard Oil vs. Faculty at 7:30 and Gulf Oilers Gypsum Miners at 8:45; Fri- dey night, Athletic Club vs. Fac- K. Ujty Five at 7:30 and Gulf Oil- ers vs. Standard Oil at 8:45. '$j$ Despite the fact that only four games have been played in the Joop and that this will be only the second week of competi- tion in the loop, the pressure will be on all three of the un- defeated teams. The Faculty Five, which eked out a scanty 33 to 31 win over the fighting Gulf Oilers in its season debut, undoubtedly will have another busy evening when it tangles with the "dark ^orse" Standard Oil quint in the curtain raiser Monday. The Standard boys, who had some difficulty in disposing of the Internation- al Hanjester club by a 31 to 25 score last week, are gunning for a clear record, so that they may meet the Athletic club on even terms in their first round tilt with the champions on Febru- ary 6. In th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

m m im 11 > t ) 4> > • ) ! • u ■) • i • 8S05P® fks.f KHill /J® ■ mmmm lTE*,TEXAS Nolan County Farmers Under FSA Program Increase Ass ww— ,,M. «5. ', JE(S? I • • • 224 Persons In 47 Families Are Aided By Loans Food Supplies Increased % Gardening, Canning; Few Ask Grocery Cash Noian county farmers in the Farm Security Administration program increased their net worth by $136 per family or a total of $6,380 during 1938, it is shown by a report submitted to Washington officials by Su- pervisor Dale S. Campbell. This report covers 47 families representing 224 persons, who are receiving guidance and fin- ancing from FSA. Crops grown for home use ac- counted for 59 acres per farm in 1938 compared to 40 acres in 1937. Those who entered the pro- gram new in 1938 increased their food supply of home-grown and home-canned fruits and veg- etables from an average of 5 quarts per ca)>ita in 1937 to 49 in 1938. This same group in- creased the number of milk cows per family from 4 to 7, h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

fJP!' _ W:*'- ■ ." . - 'I-1' ." f§|| If Mj?V f| * lp 4 J* s V l|l •?#.- •■• ■ y,' < - il> i ■ : -: ■nuursnn-r. .- :i"+■ •' i i'm 8|P< siPP 1L % - 'risoner Here Ever Si ed To Pay Death Pe Term Court fas 50 Years Lake Trammel! Sentenced To Half Century For Murder Of Deputy Death penalties have been TB6ted out in many of Texas' 254 counties, but since the organi- zation of Nolan county in 1881 no person has received a death sentence as punishment for a crime in its courts. Judgment of the court has pronounced few long sentences. Longest penalty imposed on a person for murder in this coun- ty was 50 years. Luke Tram- mell, youthful West Texas des- perado, drew the prison sentence for murder of Deputy Sheriff John Lamkin, Blackwell, in 1933. When sentenced in Oct. 13, 1933 for the crime, years he had received in other counties added up to 100. While serving his sentence he shot a guard at the state penitentiary, the elec- tric chair being his last pun- ishment. Tried Jan. 23, 19...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

i s •: i. . '■> '■ $VM9! - ■- EDITORIALS CLASSIFIED ADS SECTION II SECTION II mmm EDITORIALS CLASSIFIED ADS VOLUME XL! ^ n SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1939 NUMBER 2S3 id-Winter County Women's Clubs Meet Here Saturday La-Kee-Kon Club Hears Book Review, Reports i X I > 4 t « Reviewing "My Son, My Son" by Howard Spring, Mrs. Joe Bowen was program leader the La-Kee-Kon club Friday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Rosebrough. Mrs. Raymond Bishop sketched the life of the author, an outstanding English critic in London. The history of Ireland's strug- gle for self government was out- lined by Mrs. M. K. Stevenson. The novel is the life story of two fathers and their two sons. From an humble beginning in Manchester, it moves (o London with rising fortunes of the fath- ers, the shock of the World War and a climax in the Irish rebel- lion. The club president, Mrs. S. H. Bothwell, directed the business period. The club will hold regular meetings on the first and third Thu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

PAGE TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1939 office In Sweet George Bennltt end . JPV mighty /alien in tike mldtt of the O Jonathan, thou mncmI slain in flbine 1/ Samuel 1 ;25, 1 |M v knew that wars do not end wart.—Henry TOWER TO TAX IS THE POWER TO DESTROY" Historians of the future will certainly look back at the present period we are living in to comment on the widespread methods to tax the people. And according to some smart men that famous utterance of Thomas Jefferson, "The power to tax is the power to destroy," is nearer reality than is supposed. This observation is not solely made because of the message of Texas' new governor to the legislature this week. Federal taxation the past few years has caused taxpayers to lose plenty of sleep and tear their hair. The mere levying of a tax for a worthwhile purpose and collecting it backed by heavy legal penalties does not denote its justification nor its practicability. That tax may be squeezing slow- ly the life-blood from c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

bd los l s- Ith In- Irt Pt. U to ew |ng Bilt the I in- 1 or in- to. the Irite up Jam- ex- rass- I age Icks, ptoro Tom- ■WW, JANttABYM, 1939 rATEK REPOHfl, IfEETVATCl, TEXKB t x t X I Regtetorci * Optometrist! Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. §IAJ0B8 ALICE E. WILMOT, B.N. Phc. Graduate In CHIROPRACTIC Pbyslotherapliy, KMru therapy, Mamaxe aud Nurs- ing. TecTintctau in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. IS years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the PHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 271) t. Only Neatly Repaired Hboei Pleaae those who are Carefnl of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed.... Hats, Cleaned and Blocked ... Suits, Cleaned and Pressed .. ABU TVWm AND EASY ®r Swoetwater'e Own Oartoonlut VOGUE CLEANERS .11 1 Oak St. Phone 2089 I'iano-Accordion P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

%J§ Wwj % ' SSi-, SCRAMBLED WORD COfVUST rl I'i FIRST PRIZE $9.00 Mm CASH SECOND PRIZE 2 FREE THEATRE TICKETS 2 CONTEST MILES In the Monday Special advertisements on this page are a number of scrambled words. Yon are to find these words and unscramble them to correct spelling. The words are scrambled from words in the advertisement in which they appear with the exception of one word which is taken at random from any of the ad- vertisements ota the page. The person submit- ting the most complete list of words is winner of first place and the second best is awarded second place. Entries must be turned in at the Reporter office before 7 p. m. on Monday accompanied by a sales ticket showing the pur- chase of a Monday Special. In case of tie, neat- ness will serve as basis for deciding. Judges' decision is final. ! ; I I RAYON PANTIES FEATURED MON. 9 a. in. Ladies! These are not ordi- nary 10c panties! These were made lo sell at a much high- er price! All we ask .... come and see! 10c Ba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

■r-r I COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. JANUARY 22. 1939 II * f f I # by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr 19)* Edgnf Rir Burtounhs. Inc Tm *f| I) S on Pn>'i'n «1 ►>• r'imnuf Hooks and Plavi Di'luhuifl b UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inr. A nfw mm SEEING TARZAN (MPW50NFP, OSLUX MI5 APE-fOF( GRIINTEP WITH SATISFACTION, AND HURRIED MEANWHILE TARZAN, ilia DELIRIOUS rPOM THE BLOW ON HIS HEAD, GROWLED AND ROARED IN HIS CAGE % -TO TELL HIS TRIBE THAT THE MAN-THING WHO HAD BEEN THEIR KING WOULD NEVER RETURN. wvt 1 i m r m MARSADA WAS ANXIOUS TO TAKE THE 'MISSING LINK' TO JOHN FARR AND COLLECT .HIS RICH REWARD. T4R7AN PURVEYED THEM WITH THE BLAZING EYES OF A WILD BEAST AT BAN THEN HE CHARGED. "THERE'S NO USE CAWING THE CAGE," WE SAID* WE'LL TIE HIS ARMS AND MARCH HIM UNDER HIS OWN POWER" HE TURNED TO THE BLACKS AND ORDERED FIVE OF THEM INTO THE CAGE WITH ROPES THE WARRIORS MET HIM CONFIDENTLY. WERE THEN NOT FIVE ASAINST ONE f HOWEVER, WITH THE POWER AN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

■% ■■:<:"% - • • ■ JANE ARDEN t«i U S Oftc* by Monte Barrett \~Z2 ^Uen FOON UANE D~THE STOLEM PLANS SHE. STEPPED INTO A TDE HEf£ CHIEF IX SALT AS HOU0MN6. AMD — MADE SWE LL KEEP QUtEX UNTIL VVE'HAD TIME. TO GET AWAY f NOW ILL PUT "THIS PHONE OUT OF COMMISSION — THAT <3113--HOW ONCE our OF=TWtS , HOTEL, I CAN LOSE MYSELF- ■HELP/ IPOUCg! F8306BRS don't LET HIM SET, AWAY/ scar/ IF I HOKKY TOO MUCH MOV, I MAY ATTRACT, ATTENTION! D1DMT T WAV mtowFSSK, T'aaj.-MBBtfiw T mCHW P&&M Llt'C 2l IK VANISHED-' HE CAME. OUT "THIS JUST" A HOPS AH OP US/ COULD HAVE. D YOU SEE A MAN TZUKMIMS DOWN THIS WAY? Copyright, 193 Great finlatn Rich1 OFF THE RECORD V ED REED "The Three Bares y.j z was going to make one of you, Pa, but I found gut Me w« easier. 9 -9 a 9 n j "Circumstances beyond our control merer W necessary 7©r us to cancel the program of the 'Singing Canary!'" ft j^luCAT/ nJjLSTrtfUT //, cy # sy r nn "I sa f H_ CSS €>«|wrtg#rt_ pn* fteftWi A T nH > Ri ndi- d if you can't ge...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

BY SAD J A WRECKED f, y THE ISLAND'S DEAD AMEAD... WE'LL SOON BE INSIDE THE BAY.. WHAT'S THAT OFF TO STARBOARD? I $jg0L <*sg&a of* — ssszrapsvZv K/.v.v.v.v/: LET THOSE WRECKED LU&BERS DROWN...WHO CARES? WE'LL MAKE SURE OF OUR OWN SKINS/ EH? HO/HO/ KEEP TO YOUR COURSE/ YOU HELMSMEN—WE DON'T STOP FOR SUCH TRIFLES/ AYE AYE, DOCTOR THOR.. SHE'LL FOUNDER ANY MINUTE^ MER MASTS ARE „ gone/ mm -« *£&£///■///. ki ^ AM-H-WM- HERE'S THE ENTRANCE TO OUR BAY.. BUT LOOK/ COMING BEMIND US/ A WALL OF WATER/ r( (Copyright, 1939. by Th« Bell Syndicate, Inc.] £B&* M"k R°g p ft tH OCDOIieOaBm NO. 153 OUR'"OLD" NAVY'S STRANGEST VICTORY A U.S. FLEET UNDER MACDONOUGH WON THE BATTLE OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN WHILE AT ANCHOR/ BY HAULING ON THEIR ANCHOR CABLES OUR SAILORS COULD' TURN THEIR SHIPS AND KEEP FRESH GUNS TRAINED ON THE BRITISH ♦ t • • • • • • # • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • # THEy CAN'T RISK NERVE STRAIN CAPT. JACK KNIGHT 11 REMEMBERS WHEN" MAURICE makfcs ■captaimh frank frakcs HA...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

WELL, GOOD WIGHT, Boys -i'm gonkja " TURKi IN.' <2JOOD MIGHT GUL! . SWEET "DREAMS MMM J IT LOOKS .. . , , nlike we're ik) a^TX ' ^ for A pay A!" T A spell: yEM, KJEW MOON PRETTY \ TONIGHT- LOOKi DARK ( THERE IT IS, TONIGHT, \ JUST PEEK IN* AIN'T 1 OVER TH' IT? TREES kiiih W&vmr% X IF w iif mJHL IPiiS ODDS AMD ENDS OF PREHISTORIC LOR&-~—^ a DRY? vee ceazy! THAT'S A WET MOOM/lookit mow ITS POINTS ARE TILTED! IT'3 GONNA POUR' VOL)'RE A HECK. OF A WEATHER. PROPHET.' THAT TILT MAKES IT A DRY MOON ! IT CAN'T HOLD A DROP OF WATER! OKAV, WISE GUy- l'D LIKET'MAKE VOU A LITTLE BET OKJ THAT.' (INTOXICATING BEVERAGES WERE DISCOVERED DUR- ING THE STONE AGE.PRIM- ITIVE PEOPLE DRANK MAINLY FOR THE EX- PERIENCES WHICH THEy CONSIDERED SUPERNATURAL. THE TERM, "FIREWATER." IS APPLIED BECAUSE THE LIQUID CAN BE SET AFLAME. |ji0$0 ^HE GIANT RANDA, A RARE AN- IMAL, WOW NATIVE OF INDIA, IS THOUGHT TO HAVE HAD AN- CESTORS IKJ NEBRASKA TWENTY MILLION VEARS AGO. MORE THAN TlNO MILLION STONE BLOCKS ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION # • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • « • • • « • [j ho&* 2 v(z^- NO &,CWIiS^ OH, 0oY ^TH/5 l<s RICH / I GOTTA SHOW YOU HOW DUMB UNCLE PI L BERT IS' pul-LEEZ. it's costing me money every time i'm interrupted i'm kwltt/ng a"3ewel! of a. shawl amd you 3ust made me drop a purl in this diamond 1 design -^4 It well, link is open ikj<3 a classy restaurant/ but he's brain wavy, he says even the chlctkens they serve are press ed in! EVENING . clothes / that's stretching "things too par - X dic?M'T thi^jk ol' rubber legs was that snappy f show me the invitation yup, aajd ^ they always stuff them- selves now/ them^-when you take a chicken out she wears BVENIIN<3 CLOTHES right ? but see? i told you so he's 'always clowninig But This one's 01 FouL"! listen, let me e*plain y Pl<3. 1 BUSIWES5 SUIT COPR. 1939 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. a ■&uji. OUR BOARDING HOUSE lute, JWc r^jy;'r ''^'*'2 - / sbulil MAJOR HOOPLE ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 January 1939

W-t: HE* WHERE'S TH' COMIC W THE f*PERfB UNDER THE SECTION OF THE TABLE AMD LILLIAN'S -— • ithe front room withe hi, MOM/ tfeper, an' wheres lil? up in her. room and dow't iili ( RUBBERS ON/ « (!f , • • >1 ,i > JWHV.y' .j sSfe« 1 to WM Vvv&33 ^mffSvivvwWvVuv S3. _ W9at^f wMM IfllffiWllfl iHiiiiii w MMIi AMD, WILLIS... VOUR Y///ft/ rubbers/ DO THEY '// X ' BELONG IKJ PROMT OF THE .SINK ? TAKE THEM TO THE BASE- MENT/ MOW FOR THE FUNNIES... BEFORE \ POP GETS HOME AND THINKS OF SOMETHIN' FOR ME TO DO WILLIS, VOUR. HAT/ GET fT OFF OF THE VvANTEL AMD HANG IT WHERE IT wmam % WHAT A JERNT/ VA CANT SIT DOWN TILL VA GOTTA GET UP SO VA KIN SIT DOWN JUST TD GET UP AG AIM/ I'M SAFER "DOWN HERE AMD IT'S WARMER.,TOO/ WOT QUITE SO COMF'TABLE SITTING BUT VA CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHING/ giaai OH, WILLIS/ COME UP AMD GET Vr 1R HOCKEV STICK OUT OF THE DIKJIKJG ROOM.' WW I.' \ ^ I 8 ] 1 ImmP1 mem /m NOU THINK THAT'S V SMART, "DON'T >OU/ ) >;/// YOU KNOW VERV WELL THIS IS CHAIR. HAKJG THINGS MO...

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