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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

SUNDAY, H4XGH 27, IMS ■ ,.i l«) Sears To Present An Ideal Kitchen iO 3 ~ I © ♦ in itv Its Id. Id "O Three units, an ideal kitchen, a modern bedroom and a living room, with all accessories are to be shown by Sears, Roebuck and company during the style revue Monday night, according to J. C. Rowland, manager. The displays are to be ar- ranged on the Broadway street side of the store, located at the corner of Broadway and Pecan streets. In the ideal kitchen display will be found Sear's 1938 Cold- spot electric refrigerator, the new 1938 Prosperity gas range, Mirrowglow hardsurfaced rugs, merit cast aluminum kitchen ware, Power Master electric mixer, Aristocrat sink and cab- inet, Silvertone kitchen radio, breakfast set and kitchen ac- cessories and utensils neces- sary to making an ideal conven- ient kitchon for the 1938 house- wife. Itedroom Display In the bedroom display will bo found Sear's Honorbuiit bed- room furniture, including a modernistic bedroom suite, Chenille bedspread, bed...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

IP'® — ■1^1 1 1 MXAS ^ SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 — Nipped In Or Bloused - - - Conservative Or High Style"'Accent With Flowers: Win Headlines In Spring Fashion News <fc> IB*! m&m m§M PS' 1 "1 W-xt'S'wk % ' •M, : P Kp:'|| M Mm.% . y Kb H mmmri'- II > *S6' ,s/./,7 * ;• '« FT. I§M 14? ■ In a season when there's much talk about coats that are fitted and flared, conser- vatives and those who shop with an eye 011 the budget still will want this type of topcoat. Of navy and white wool tweed in novelty, bro- ken herringbone design, it is flattering to women of all ages and sizes. And it's a "backlog" model— something equally suitable for town or country and sure to be as smart next year and the year s>~ after as it is right, now. It's i<#ip ha mm mmm ;«Spi • * mm® P0W$ : X < 4- • V • HI " ^•VvtT'3. shown over a navy town sheer and would be just as stun- ning over a tweed sports skirt and a couple of sweaters. ——* f ~ - Officer Arrests 3>4-Piece 1-Man Band HOUSTON — (UP)...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

■0:W 'M ^JNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 w JIMjkH SWIfiii WATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS sEcifbN n- lliliti <x FIGURES DONT LIE! SALLY RAND PICKS THE TEN BEST IN THE WORLD o I) It le I , V •• Mrs. \\. R Stewart Bed 9& Eleanor Holm «c ■ Zorina 0NEW YORK, likes to think N. Y.—No one about the de- pressed condition of stock mar- ket, figure*, unemployment fig- ures or factory production figures in these days of ^cession. Not so, however, just plain feminine "figgers," as Sally Rand ought to know. ' Sally figured that the habit of picking the best-dressed \vo- 0en of the world has long been overcovered. So now she has stripped the matter to its bare essentials, and makes her choice of the 10 women who don't need |A>thes to be beautiful. Sally calls them the "10 best undressed women," but that doesn't mean, of course, that she intimates the ladies go about in a state of undress. She purely contends that they have qualifications of face and figure "that make addition of clothes .totall...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

E Monday Special Reg. $1.95 Print Frocks m $l-oo Spring- prints in many modles. Each so well designed and stiched that they will win your immediate favore. ISobe s Fashion Shop Formerly Hassen's 1 s ! A SALE OF ODD LOTS & REMENANTS Woolens — Silks — Cottons — Draperies Small Lot Bed Room Curtins Special Groups at 5c 10c 25c 49c SHOP EARLY FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE OF BOYS POLLO SHIRTS Short and long' sleeves—Cotton knit and Rayon— Fancy Slripes and Solid Colors SI.00 Value S9c Monday Only We Give Premiums — Save Your Duplicates Men's Brocidclothe And Madras SHIRTS • \t . i Reg. to $1.65 To Close Out 2 For $ J .00 Only one table of these so you better hurry to get your share. Several patterns to choose from. Roscoe. .Mr. C). I. Beck #SSiiP SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 SUNDi • ~~ MONDAY SPECIAL -MISSP 7 cf Pr? I HlflVC^O^i|%M S V 'n advertisments on these two pages .are v. a ^ i • ments containing them. The person finding til sales slip showing the pur...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ELLED WORD CONTEST! fs.ate v a number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the advertise- fiid g the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads accompanied by a o'clpck p. m. Monday will receive a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest ugptbij|ze winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will hr received up to 6 test entry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1.00 JD WORDS YOU CAN FIND m In Cash! mauuzrrmtr. Mixing Bowl s Set Of Three — New Colorful and Convenent with Pouring lips. A regular 6i)c value. Monday Only Limit 1 Set to a Custumer « • * Fresh Ready to give you hours of satisfactry servic gel some extras at this special price. Monday ea. Only I i *8 f. Sweetwater, Texas * 1 • Theatre T ickets! Iiaiiiijjujciil of the 1\ and l\ theatres ten more strife <>i* obligations attacked to this oi- tl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

WKKrnm ""Htf^' -■: '.. ' V— < A,. ATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MARCH If, 1998 YOUNG IK — Budget clo- i have been' more al- i a season when every smart and trim "she has to spend—be > little! •-piece suit in one of er budget shops costs forty do'lars, includ- • beautifully cut jack- full-length coat. Since I perfect over silk dres- fcirt designed 10 look "sweaters (for coun- nds) and both jack- sure to be wearable and all next winter, __er value could be ' the same money? This er, a good set of ae- . a print dress and a jdarkYaheer one would see any through spring and sum- f- «,jL The'trick, of course, would be to seiect accessories to go nice- ly with the si'k dresses as well as with the suit. As a matter of ft*, in any sort of budget || plan for a smart wardrobe, in- f; tellig^pt selection of accessor- 4;' ies always is the trick. lovely shirtwaist frock that lies in a variety of colors and Ilk fabrics is priced at less than twenty dollars. And when you consider that it's the perfect ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

V ' ' ' ' "5 •i~r" m, warn «. w swibtwater reporter, sweetwater, texas lECHtMII- Suicide' Simon To Do His ire-Dive In Sweetwater t Fifteen men have tried to do jt only four remain alive to arform the amazing feat ac- complished nightly on the mid- vay of the T. J. Tidwell shows (ind carnival which began an eight day showing in Sweet- water Saturday. Capt. Leo "Suicide" Simon, fperforms the amazing "fire dive" I feared by all daredevils and ac- f complished successfully by only four. Every night this devil- , may-care champion of the high- diving platform lakes life in his own hands. He soaks his clothing with five gallons of gasoline, poised on his perilous perch, his at- tendant pours fifteen gallons more into a circular tank lie- low fend both are ignited. Down Simon comes, like a flaming torch, in a roaring swish of flame. Spectators feel the heat of the resultant splash, shudder as Simon's body comes in con- tact with the flaming gasoline —burning surface of the tank. The ladder...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

of window Suits For Your ■ • \VV " J f / ■■ Lr A "J I J ^ . I ■ ■ KEA- Mm tf. s Bppi., wmmir , | | it" ■> ( 4 ~ !fsrf#l£il fill tl y o: si 01 s] a tl Jc ?\.! Often railed ".New York's smartest, most sop hlsticatecl women" are tlie realistic window- mannequins in department stores. At the invitation of fashion editors of N'KA Service and Tlie Reporter, these dummies left Bonwit-Tel ler's windows to pose in spring suits 011 one of Fifth Avenue's busiest corners. Miss Dummy at (he left wears a covert suit in chocolate brown, faintly striped in beige, and a suede hat in one of the most popular Easter Egg shades —pistachio green. Gloves, bag and blouse arpale copper, and the boutonniere is blue. Her lifeless but smartly dressed little friend, right, has on an Alix suit of navy wool, braided all over. The white crepe blouse has a wrap-around cummerbund-like girdle with a turquoise clip at Ihe neckline. Her hat is navy blue with white pique crown and a flowing veil. Anson Weeks And Orch...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

« 9 FASHION REVUE EDITION SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 SECTION III water Reporter ^■ jj'n' -■ i SECTION III El SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTION —- -PAGE i r. 1.1.,i nm.il Tailored Trimness With A Casual Air BY MARIAN YOUNG NEW YORK — It's not an easy trick, but they do it. The spring fashions of 1938 manage to combine exceeding trimness with casualness. And there is something of this type to suit every figure, regardless of age. Suits are highlighted, but the return of the separate long' coat is an event, after so many seasons of neglect. For the woman who just cannot see herself in a suit, this is wel- come news, especially as some of the new coats are full of novel details and are gay in two-colored combinations or flattering in soft pastels. There are a number of suit \* II" ark • le bed • find Itch lint. ♦ « 0 < " > ' * ' : -VJt , . \ Winfflff'-j* New Spring Print Dresses Are Featured At United New spring print dresses are featured at United's. These have new fashi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

■ v; v. myffi ant ?ss Sp- in i, of course. This in hats where the /are leaving one side of uae #K lie era of the mad hat is daeid- _ of the past. Despite this, the turns are far from being devoid To accompany the very feminine after- noon dresses suggested by the couturiers, either the youthfull. "schoolgirl silhouette with swinging skirt, drawn-ln waist and bioused bodice, or the molded sweater- top affair, hats are correspondingly fussy and betrimmed. Here you have the choice between the 18th centtury shape with flowers and trailing ribbons, and the mod- ernized Second Empire scoop with delicate- ly tinted ostrich tips or long, trailing "amazon" nesting on curls. It is also on the afternoon hats that flowers bio ssom the afternoon hat that flowers blossom in all their glory and are used unstintlntgly— in huge posies massed at the front, sides mm £i ' v Jill# i'~> > % m With its back-to-front- tip-tilt lines, this at- tractive lime green straw is distinctly 1U38, yet it is qu...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

ir pater repoi texas 41 t •Reunion Held By NAMI1 GltlFPlltf f> HOLLYVIEW -r- A group of forty-four relatives gathered ^Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffin for a family reunion. Four sisters and one brother were together for the first time in 15 yeas. • Brothers and sisters were: Mrs. Ethet Gaines, Garvin, Ok- la; Mrs. Linnie Phillips, Par- is; Mrs. Ellie Thompson, Lone- oak; Mrs. Leila Griffin, Rohy ^tnd Marshall McKiney, Colo- rado. One sister, Mrs. Annie Keeney, AmariMo, and a brother, Joe Mc- Kiney of Omaha, Texas, were unable to attend. Another bro- ther, Lonnie McKiney, Long- worth, died last December. Attending the all-day affair * were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brun- son, westbrook; Mr. and Mrs. ^John Brunson, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Brunson and daughter, Mattie Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baxter, Mrs. A. S. McKiney and " daughter, Dixie Mae, all of Longworth; Mr. and Mrs. Tom- •my Brunson and daughters, Hamlin; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grif- fin, Sylvester; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Phillips ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

1#i: par iii-: H— vw, U&k ye tS 10/ mek matter*.—irt J yone complains of y, but nobody of His L Id. Ml . MlA and namet, I will be no of his ent.—Roche- •y*1 FG SWEEPS THROUGH bring fashion revue The breath of Spring has swept across West. Texas painted in a riot of colors the spreading land- «£. No wonder the urge of Spring is manifesting _jlf throughout the Sweetwater stores in their pre- parations for the Spring Fashion Revue 011 Monday Evening. Such an event is of family-wide interest for in these modern days, fashion is a word that into everyone's vocabulary. We live in an age jyhich accents modishness, style, color; appearance ifltrikes a high note in our lives. What could be more f Important than seeing displayed the new smart crea- ns in apparel, hats, shoes and all the accessories dress? We're all interested and want to know >hat Dame Fashion has decreed in leading the way for •the Spring Season. f:In utilizing the show windows for the Fashion ! Revue, a unique idea i...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

etwater rei i ♦ ir. ' nr rf jn. t la- lis • 111- 3 I • * Xk > % fs • n iiMdM TRIPES $$$%?:< U -v. - */v ... ■ ■ ••■. V :--y, , fev' ' >-. .-.■:. ..... . . my^mrmS 4HP "ammm*M nguin Proves To Be Stubborn Actor HOLLYWOOD — The movie actor with the worst reputa- tion for temperament and stubbornness is Fete the Pen- guin.. But that is because, like so many foreigners within the gilded gates, he is grievously misunderstood. The other day, for example, right in the middle of a scene in "Little Miss Broadway", Pete sat down and refused to budge. Didn't swear or tear hi< leathers: just sat. While people were pleading with him and re- minding him that the show must go on, somebody noticed that Pete was getting pretty blue around the gills, or whatever it is that penguins have. There was great alarm then, because he already had appear- ed in thousads of feet of film and his illness or demise at this point would have been a finan- cial catastrophe for the studio as well as a sad b...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

ig&tsaswMfes ' %J*ti ) " ty \ *OUM« ; woman would of wearing high- and fragile, gosia- itdcklngs with her than she would fencing in flat-heel- All of h«r ac- ire Jwyed to the the suit or dress she's And her entire cos- nonizes with her To- the moment, of course. ;w# news in stockings is io lisle sports hos- qualities that compare My with the fine lisles ltish women always Drn with country tweeds, patterning^; and colors l* to the American scene swear, nearly all of the en hosiery firms are these new sports lisles variety of mesh, rib, , lacy and self-striped for the country club the pastels. And if the idea stockings sounds pret- to you, try visualiz- an outfit that includes a ,hhie flannel iacket. white skirt, pastel blue stock- white sports shoes. news in spring sports is a top-to-toe matter as Reason. Not only develop- ints in sports hosiery but many appealing ideas about renew the fashion-mind- | e4* attention to the fact that sports costumes are not made hy suits alone. Pas...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

% mm. G 8l*KCt£L, NOTlCfS ED AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben U. D#vls & Co. ffitya Bide- Dial 681 \bilene, Texas > MADAM ANSA GIVES advise in all affairs of lift-. Hours from 10 a. in. to !)" p. in. Cainp Joy. 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. KMPLOVMJM WANTED: Five men with out- side selling experience. Per- manent employment, to right parties. Give lull details of past experience. Write Box C care Reporler. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves... ..$2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 GOOD PIT barbecue every day. Jess Robertson's Alamo on 1 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 TO TRADE — Modern 5 room stucco house, 2 lots, clear, located on West Broadway for a better place in th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

W£- ™ w?'%'■£>- wmm -:" i •.•' Easy* rigs' A New One 1 'A ' ' V-* &fl pS& ■IM p ■ipgj'y |; ■ ||sii5:®;-' •+Jmi So softly tailored that it ach- ieves—without being obvious —tlx1 new easy-fitting look that many fashionables like this spring, this dressmaker ensemble is as refreshing as spring breezes, it includes a navy blue, sheer wool dress and topcoat, the coat lined with polka dot silk and the tie, on the dress matching the .^lining. Notice that the pleats BY MARIAN YOUNG This is the spring of springs for the woman who never has been quite happy in man-tail- ored suits or coats which are figure-hugging — often figure- b'nding. For, in addition to sev- erely tailored togs — always chic and- always right—there's a new silhouette in the Easter fashion picture. It is called, variously, loose-fitting. easy- lined, free-'n-easy." Fullness swings forward in a black wool afternoon coat which Paris couturier Bruyere features. And it swings from the waistline, giving hips and leg...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

( 1 © i COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1938 iiSili - • " .• illffl > m wM , . & Im>th Vf v n *>■ . DUtfibvlc<l *• t Inc. "HE IS VJI5E- AND JUST," ANSWERED JAN VAN BOEKEN: AND HE IS OUR SALVATION AGAINST THE SAVAGES. HE WAS HENRIKSMIT, WHO SAID: WW DO WE ALLOW THIS OUTLANDERTO RULE US? ARE WE TOO WEAK TO ORDER OUR OWN AFFAIRS7" AS TAR7AN DIRECTED THE BUILDING OF THE FORTIFIED TOWN, ONE MAN RAISED HIS VOICE AGAINST HIIA. d-kVUl. / i ll fa-? I Mill * H DESPITE THE FELL0W5SLUR? THE APE-MAN WAS A HERO, AND THE MAIDENS STOLE SHY GLANCES AT HIM THE PIONEERS SCOFFER AND TARIAN WONDERED WHY THIS MAN WAS HIS ENEMY. "HE MAY BE IN LEAGUE WITH THEM, SMIT INSISTED; *—PREPARING TO BETRAY US." 1Ili'lL* t •• m - s TJ Ifcsfi 7 BUT ANNITJE'S PERSISTENT FLIRTATION WAS BOLD AND SHAMELESS. OLD LADIES WAGGED THEIR HEADS AND SAID: IT IS PLAIN THAT SHE IS NOT OF OUR KIND." TRUE, AKNITJE WAS OF STRANGE ORIGIN. AS A CHILDSHE WAS FOUND IN...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

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

* • • • • • I • 1 « i r # • 4 • t I « HOLY SOCKS/DON you say tme / wrecked subs shifted position down there since you crawled inside ? the wreck s SUDDENLY SETTLED WIN SLOW Is ESCAPE IS SHUT OFF AND PART OF the hull's squeezing on his — ■ WHAT TO PENNINGTON! I help now ! Wt ..•••W-r-. , > W -:vW . §®S$sl$li§&©s ^h-he's es- caped/ he raised the EVEN IF WE WERE. DOWN THERE THIS VERY MOMENT WITH BLOW TORCHES WE'D BE TOO LATE TO SAVE HI/A / no/no ? IMPOSSIBLE THE POOR, FELLOW'S MINUTE WITHOUT it's the truth/1 cf",,_r/s his lines are * r'? I' FREPULLvll * ^LE/ air sub a little somehow { &^Z3£gg&m £ GET HIS HELMET OFF QUICK/ we's ALL HES JOLLY WELL DON, OLD BOY - THAT WRECK WEIGHS TONS how in heaven's name did you pry it loose ? •i /*! II? \Jk < NO. 1 lO l-stbel warship I M — OKAY NOW BOYS THAT mm S; : OUR NAVY'S #HE ANSWER NEXT week BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout Sacrifice By LIEUT. COMDR. F. V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. ETURNING TO THE UNDERSEA WORKING CHAMBER FROM HIS BRIEF VISIT TO T...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 March 1938

::v' IN SPITE OF MANY • DIFFICULTIES. OUEEM UMPA AMD HER ROVALMOO- VIAN) CIRCUS MV GOSH, TROUPE FIMALLY / WOTTA MIGHT/ PULLED INTO ( I NEVER HEARD LEM.. winrrpsroP WHERE —w. IS LITTLE YWHY, HE AND ZILLYTHIS ) TH' NEIGH MORNING/ BOR'S KIDS ? +< WENT DOWN) "TO WATCH TH'CIR- CUS UNLOAD SAY, DON'T you KNJOW? SO MUCH RACKET') TH'ROYAL WHAT'S COMINi' y MOOVIANJ OFF AROUNJD f CIRCUS IS INJ HERE? /S. TOWkJ.' h.- irf,i:u mrf HOW OLD IS MAN? I HEAR THESEA PARADE? HUH/ MOOVIAWS XI \IVE WEVER EVEK) HAVE COT /. V4IWIPSOF k HEARD SOME f E,EA3Jy OF ONE! OUTFIT / ik PA^ADE' WHAT j^PAEAUfc. 1 I KIND OF A CRITTER. IS THAT? rflfrn -j*- IP A JOB .( FORTH' V H I ITl 11L I, WITH TH' \ MAMMOTHS^ CIRCUS V U ^ NJUTHIN.; r i IN our little series we have reported briefly on the findings of science relative to early man, and have gone back farther and farther into the dimness of prehistoric times. In the order of their age, we have discussed modern man, Cro-Magnon, Neanderthal, Heidelberg, Peking, and the e...

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