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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

-■ SUNDAY, APRtt 8, 1988 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS J 4 ? *' T 1 s' ' Y \ -PACE ■: r lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2.138 """MOWWI Women's Interest Clubs • Cburohe* Arrival Of Spring Turns Attention To Flowers, Qardens « fl * *• . t • * • % * • New Frocks Sharing .Spotlight By IOXK I). 1'IOKKV Now that Aprii is here, and the final battle between winter and summer is drawing to a close, we greet the springtime and its gossamer of green, and welcome the rebirth of nature in all her beauty. In the spring a woman's fancy turns to thoughts of smart new clothes, and "the flowers that bloom in the spring, tra la" are not lovelier than the collection of chic and colorful pre-JSaster frocks and hats which were worn by maids and matrons in 1938 Spring Style Revue of Sweetwater merchants last week. However, there are lashions in all things, including gard ens. And in the midst of bud- ding trees and sunny skies, with the wild flowers peeping up in tiic fields and on the hill- si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

'fcjf* Carried Program Humphrey, Abilene ifptsia hm '.f-;' ■'j _.? SUNDAY, AHUL V MM At Local i B i G < st. Principal ter at Event An April Foul theme prevail- when the Divide high school Id the annual junior-senior! mquet on the roof of the Blue met hotel Friday, night. Humphrey of Abilene, tal- NSApttted after-dinner speaker, us-j ' ed the ''April Fool" theme iri humorous address. Decora- tions were class colors of pui'- ple aivl white, with dunce caps as favors. Flowers were gladioli and marigolds. "' 'Supt. H. D. Norris was toast- master. Program features were - invocation hv Miss Maude Sexton: welcome, Mis< Vivian Lewis: response. Alan Hawkins;! Junior jokes. Miss Evelyn Ens- lhinger: Senior sillies. Ross Stewart: faculty follies, Hardee Buchanan: and group songs. Faculty Guests Faculty members attending were Miss Josephine Pinson, Miss Sexton, Miss Eula Mae Hefner. Miss Mary Frances .. Lester. Miss Mary Clark Sturdi- • vant, E. H. Parris, Mrs. Dean * Eikins. Miss Hallie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

reraHIS :^f§WW <) *> • ;§ ♦ ,*# >AT, APRIL S, 1938 '- ' *' **■ '. '•.'!■'-. • *■* "ft *.«• " ■ . *•" ■ i ■ %•>' >$.& -'lit* h*.''' '-ft-r '>v1 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS n County Track-Field Mi Nolan Annual League Events Held Saturday • Honors About Even In Contests Held On Newman Field Two Highland athletes, ron and Barrett, stepped to lead the class B senior sion of the Nolan County Sport Shots BY WALT Go- out divi- In- terscholastic League track and field meet in Sweetwater Sat- urday, and Adams of the same school topped the junior class B section by a half point over Mosley of John H. Reagan junior high school. Geron annexed 20 points in the senior class R section: Bar- rett, 17 1-4; while Sweet of Blackwell was third with 1 I. Adams had 10 1-2 points to lead in the junior class B divi- sion; Mosley had 10: Hart- graves, Highland, had S. Divide High Scorers Lane of Divide took the ward junior events honors with 1 I 1-2; Crawford of the same scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

¥•'&,■■■■■>■ :'■••■■ Mi ."<• 3fin« KSSEwflSBs F*mdDrive MMA ssSS A. Tonsil IB For 2 laTefld. 88500 >v\ ■* '^\. ^ > - r'1 '>-'■' .$fer%K IMlViWMt&Jft '^wmmmrm'% 'fffifiaaia wwr MRSfe®K^S .■ " li)'i IMlTfttriM KWDAT,mm. 9, 15s I G < I services were held Saturday at the f Christ for Egbert Jes- 1, 76, whose death at Friday afternoon in ttwater Hospital follow- .lWP weeks' illness of pneu- '\*pd complications. 'Crenshaw, minister of of which Mr. Tansil 1.• life-long member, paid IQte to the native Tennessee- had lived in Texas more 40 years. Jflr. Tansil was born Aug. 0, in Troy, Tenn.. his par- ents birth dying when he was a HP«U child. In liis early twen- ties he was married to Miss Es- telle Goodwin, who died in 1928, one month after the fara ily moved to Sweetwater. i duiiivw One son was born to the cou- ple and survives. He is H. A. Tansil, local merchant, whose business association with his father in the drug and drygoods lines was formed 35 years ago. Fq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

kY, APRIL & SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS D gneciaii novice AUDITORS ft ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis ft Co. Mima Bldg. Dial 681 \btlene, Texas 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 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOB BENT FOR RENT: Furnished 2 room upstairs, apartment. Adults only. Utilities paid. Apply at 700 Bowie St. !• FOR RENT: Very attractive 3 room unfurnished apartment with bath. Shades and lino- leum furnished. 1000 Locust. FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 481. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, W<5st Broadway. i _ —, - FOR RENT: Three room furn- ished apartment for couple. In Kelsey home, 513 Locust Street. FURNISHED apartment foe rent. Phone 2124. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished south apartment, with f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

! HHBp^gtiWS •• .-^tf&pPp sSf" Pli^pW- • ■•:' ■'' T^:Wm?W^:WW fT'^y ■"'~:■•''■0'^i;.;^;,!ta SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1988 I ;| \ijtf \r& ' f r 1 G 4 lit lers For Reorganization Capitulate To Opposition' !ws Briefs X nil George and Will Sample, sheriff, went to Wichita Friday to place a,patient the state hospital there. i'-j/.v • * * * /Mm. Karl Miller lias been in a Yates ambulance the hospital to her home. * * * l;HU* Leona Hliddleston is re- Bering from a tonsil operation Be underwent Friday morning. * * * lMi>. Bill Cole, bookkeeper for vy'a department store about seven years, has resigned her position. i Mrs. Worth * * * t'orine Bradley of Fort is spending this week i Visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bradley. # * * John Christian is recovering ..from a tonsil operation he un- derwent Thursday. Mrs. X. L. Hall, who has been here for two weeks visiting her sisters, Mrs. E. E. Roy, Mrs. M. E. Kyle and Mrs. Tom Cruteher, is remaining for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Hall lived in Sweetwa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

#®MSks wmwm ?j V •/ J -' *3p?®i& i. #> t1 4 ) • '/ SUNDAY, — AFIUL 3, 1038 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXX3 sjSSarafift ' *.: .* SECTION If- Cub Pack Two Holds Meeting Twelve cubs of Den One, Cub Puck Two, Boy Scouts, which Ed Neinast Is cubmaster, met Thursday at the home of the Rev. F. W. Henkel. Jim Roland and John Simpson, lx>th Scouts of Troop 40 who are den chiefs, were in charge of the meeting at which Cub achievements were passed, games played, and plans made for the coming meetings. The cub den is plan- ning an election of officers next week at which a denner and keeper of the scroll will be elccted. Paul Henkel and Carl Jobe passed the Bobcat requirements at the meeting. Others in at- tendance were Jimmie Simpson, John Berry, Richard Thomp- son, Jerry Bob Smith, U. H. Morgan, F,arl Browning, Her- schel Ifenshaw, Lewis Klker, Jimmy Mitchell, and Malon Mitchell. The next meeting of the den will be Thursday at 1 o'clock at the same place. Annual Senior Day at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

of thep , SECTION II—PAGE TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 19S8 office George each- afternoon except Saturday, morning and lta week ' by The Sweetwater .._ n'nitt and Russell Bennitt, Pub*. It ivery man that mk*k of thee; and of | tqjteth aicay thy good$ « h them not again, **A0. wkat you have* To gome one it may be to think.—Longfellow. D S IMPROVEMENTS ATER NEED a"will be common agreement that the Board of €Hgr Development is to be complimented in fostering th« iniprovement of Sweetwater's fair ground facili- ties. Today Sweetwater is badly handicapped by the lade of a sales pavilion sufficiently large and modern to accommodate projects such as the annual Hereford breeders* sale. This was never more evident than a month ago when the last sale was held. Pron^the standpoint; of the Midwest Exposition, now being revived, there is an immediate need for improving the buildings and grounds. As the fairgrounds stand at present they do not offer much inspiration to those who are mak...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

• V 'I • ^ • % • ♦f SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Local Men Are Named to Assist In Campaign Millions of Dollars Are Paid by Carriers For Poor Packing The Southwest shippers ad- visory hoard in conjunction with the National association of ship- pers advisory boards are spon- soring a campaign designated as perfect shipping month—April to reduce loss and damage to freight and express shipments to a minimum. H. I!. Lockett, traffic manager of John Deere Plow Co.. Dallas, is chairman of the Southwest management com- mittee. The loss and damage bill for 11137 amounted to 825,000,000 an increase of approximately twenty per cent, over 1030. In the last ten years the railroads have paid 8200.133.12-1 in claims. This must be counted in the j operating expenses of the rail ! lines and thus il affects rates. It is a burden which is carried | by the shippers and finally the | consumers. Everybody loses. IVi'fi'cl Shipping Month The April perfect shipping ; month c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

w&mm jury Quinine. wkm IA1 §9- i - Monday Only tiren Tablets 19e 50c Size Hind Honey and Almond J2AM - - - W Monday Only Sweetwater, W r. Peter Fox 57c Joe Bowens BUIEKXMET JJR|JG STORE Dlfll561 HOTEL BLDG. * Ladies' Blouses Values to $1.95 Monday Only 65« Only 25 to Clear Clearance f Boys' Suits Values to $2.95 Sizes 2 to 6 Monday Only Sweetwater. Mrs. D. W. Voorhie? 88c II II We Give Premiums — Save Your Duplicates Printed Bern burg Crepe Wash Silks 39 inch—Values up to $1.00 2 Yds. Monday Only 99c Roscoe. Mr. Ray Hendricks Dickies Overalls Rlaekwell. Mr. Burl Pruif. Featured in Blue, Express And Liberty Stripes 8 oz. Sanforized Material Available in both high And Suspender Backs Only 98c Monday •wj 11 1 IT, APRffi J, 1938 MS Dfl ft Aft#*! O VI V In the advertisments on these two pages < * an • ments containing them. The person fine ing t sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Special at the Reporter office before 6 o'<#*fc p- number of mispelled words and complying...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

0 .. sunday, mm nr m* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTIO inc WORD CONTEST! f a number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the advertise- ing the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads accompanied by a o'4hkp. m. Monday will receive a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest rst )rize winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received up to 6 tentry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. ;eg :£) WORDS YOU CAN FIND • • '"III 1st Prize $2.00 2nd Prize $1.00 In Cash! u' Ml yfc' Wool Face Axminister . Throw Rugs Most poplar type patturns. Av- erage Size 18" x 23". Genuine t All Wool. Factory Closeout. g Monday 59c Only Add Charm and Color to Your Home Special Dress Length Assortment In 3VI' to 6 yd. lengths. Consists of Sport Weeves, Waffle Suit- ings, Floral Printed Smock Cloth, Printed Cords, and plain color suitings. Sweetwater. Mrs. II A Murgc Sweetwater, I ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

Zp*f-l ;;vr. « ' v.:>v-V S ''a'?*" *'^';' 'if"' \ Vy'-'V; *''r'4 '•"* '*>f •>'**.•'• "'r ' ? •.•■-.-jii- WW^WWm** ?R3"?S5S ■ - ""■ i ' 'hi i. ■« ^JSwS! ■ 'm& asm mmm IPS ■■ And further spikes its claim to being "The Transportation Center of West Texas", adding new facilities for the comfort and convenience of the traveling public. v 4 c Tri {-■ *JW' ® RffiRnHBi REYHOUND flf'4 |jf;: NOW OPEN SWEETWATER'S The new depot, corner of Fourth and Elm, is the terminal of 22 buses daily, providing rapid trans- portation. without unnecessary delays, to points in the Sonthwest, as well as to the Pacific Coast and the East. Changes to three different Southwest bus lines, the Greyhound, South Plains and White Star, may be made at the depot. NEW BUS DEPOT Sweetwater's new bus depot not only provides comfort and convenience for the traveler, but adds beauty to Sweetwater's business district. Modernistic in every detail, the station is of beautiful white stucco, with windows arranged to...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

*"- •■'■'• / •■'"•.■; ■' !V'* :\'VV/P'v■y^'^h ';fr )■$( - ' " —Pftftafc ••: ;■■:'■ - "? ■ AHUL a, 193ft - .— ' —- ■ ■ ■ mSRfc' i -r " ' '• ' SWEETwATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER^ TEXAS ; fji- Drivers Griven Rigid Schooling In Handling Bus Get Physical Checkups i Twice a Year; Coaches Built For Safety Safety is one of the first things taught to Greyhound bus drivers, according to J. A. Knutson, operating manager of Southwestern Greyhound Lines. The national Greyhound sys- tem has won the national inter- city bus fleet safety trophy awarded by "Bus Transporta- tion" magazine every year i since it has been offered. Bus travel, on an average, is seven times safer than travel by pri- vate automobile, according to the statistics of the National Safety Council. The record for Greyhound Lines is even bet- ter that the average, according Dramatic Club To Present Play j BV CHRISTINE WILKIN8 CLAYTONVILLE — The Bus- by Dramatic club will present a comedy, "No Account David" Friday night, April 1, at...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

mmsrn&m %Wtwm mm m S, M .>1* ■■•■'■'ji.VV.i —r IS? p: m ics fa 1933 System j Branch More Than 800, of $1,250,000 national Greyhound sys- of which Southwestern ad Lines is one unit, op- | along a total of 50,000 miles scenic highway routes. Of total, Southwestern Grey- ad Lines serve approximate- 6,000 miles throughout the owing states: Texas, Missouri, ansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, orado, New Mexico and part Louisiana. : The formation of the present ftouthwestern Greyhound Lines fcame about through the merger three large companies, in into one important link the national Greyhound sys- tem. These three companies were the Southland Greyhound ALL LIGHTING FIXTURES AND WIRING IN THE NEW GREYHOUND DEPOT WAS DONE BY BULLOCK ELECTRIC COMPANY 30 OAK SWEETWATER Lines, thC Western Greyhound Lines and the Southwestern Transportation Company. The Southland Greyhound operated throughout Texas; the Western ran from Chicago to Los Ange- les, and to Dallas; the South- western operated from Dalla...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

tj 1 * ♦ , COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter COMIC SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY. APRIL 3. 1938 mmm mm ia«[—i w raw mmm ?jsf§}T& ; iPS \ Vvt wmitim. mnSm5®8Sa«35flM58 x * ft'#?* "* Sa*4'"'®''^1 a I ¥0fy •.•'••• f- V^'V'- . •/ •- - ■' 7; THE TRAITOR § :V ., * •1 ifc#®SK; . t, r : ; " . . - ■I.v ■ ■: wr. WHEN TARZAN IGNORED HER.THE FURIOUS ANNITJE TURNED TO HENRIK^AAIT WHO HAD LONG .SOUGHT HER FAVOR. HP \ 5W& KNEW ME HATED TARIAN, AND THR0U6H HIM jHE MIGHT CONTRIVE REVENGE ON THE MAN NNHO 3PURMED H£R. "DON'T BOTHER ABOUT Hlf^I'^MIT GRINNED5L^LV.v TARZAN HAS NOT LONG TO LIVE/' HE WOULD NOT JAN MORE. AS iTOREKEEPER,SMIT LEFT NEXT DAN FOR THE DISTANT CITY TO TRADE WOOL FOR APPLIES CHIEFLN AMMUNITION. TARIAN WAS PUZILEP WHEN5MIT REFUSED AN ARMED E5C0RT TO PROTECT HIM FFOWTHEiAVAGES. ON THE EVENING OF 5MIT1T RETURN,THE APE-MAN MET ANNITJE TRIPPING JAUNTILN FROM HI55TORE V 1 >:60U^'SS®IT ^ TAR1AN FROWNED. VIHERE HAD WEiEENiLJCH A BRACELET BEFORE? AH XES, IN THE CAMP OF THE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

s a$8?A- k voo * BV V. \Y6 * PVfcASAVft SOtePQ\«bt ,\M THfcSE ,TO ?\^0 ONffc VOOR A6fc \K>Tt^t£>TtO \N OH V\V\-I ^ObT GOT TO TH\KiV<\Vi' A 00"X -€>©MfeTWW.AW I WfVb 9/\S«b\VV BV, Y OfcCADEO VOttOP \Ki U'\_OOW. \T OP / <bVAV\00£.lTK' 0\C110^W3Y e>A\o VAbHf^ \S \T voo are l^E^ESTEO ,B*be ? 6\.AV\OCQ. tV\ ? ^1*5 *£L Tv\' o\ct\on*w 6A\0 \T VOA*> A DEY06\ON, voroo6V\\ A MA6\C SPLU_ - A^ ABlT\?\C\A\_ INTEREST BY V0W\CY\ A 6\R\., I MEAU- AK\Y OBJECT, \£ MADE TO SEEM 6VOR\?\EO BOT ,6EE - HOWi OOES A 6A\. POT \T OV)Efc.? Hi! IFi II * f- VOO MEAN-OH.I II VfcAH'.lS'POSE \F 6£E'. VOEVY ,\W VOOQ II A 6A\_ V0N^<b lb O^Vi \ytRK>*CO\-A«, IPfcCWl TK PARVOfc, I PfctSOKE VOO HWO* TO,E«~6W\N6 ST VOW, BASE «* VOHK^ *=> THE M ATTER ? WERE HtVV\N> BOOTS \/0\TV\ TW «bPR\N<£> V\OOSE C\.EAN\Ki TW AV^VOtft \S YBE OWfEREVtt- VOHH PVENTV O? 2\MGi VKEVLO, ^OV\<<b COKE \N \ vis MMKHk jUJkji '/ ,. //' WHAT BIRD IS IHF IARGESI Of AlI 7 I 11 0 '. I r i ( 11 a ♦• i. h I 11...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

#wP''' • u 1 • • •• ■ • "!• ■? I • • CL>,oyi. dP, AHhi *? *kak W GIVE our, ' SKIPPER HOW IT WELL, RED/ DID YOU MOVE A \ HERE15 WHAT HUNDRED TONS Of* ) WAPPENED- SUEMARINE AND PRSB YOURSELF?, WHEN THE HULL SHIFTED AND PINNED DOWN MV AIRLINE I THOUSHT I WAS THROUGH / fjmmi >/4 *)TYt /AV HEAD WAS ALREADV BUZZING WHEN SUDDENLY I CAUGHT SIGHT OF THE SUB'S BALLAST TANK INDICATORS - * , mm ". r €*K-ifS9MMBN r5e TANKS WERE FLOODED BUT PLENTY OF PRESSURE SHOWED ON THE COMPRESSED AIR GAUGES lU^iNe I * mi' I REMEMBERED THE PECULIAR WAY IN WHICH THE SUB WAS LYING ON THE BOTTOM-BALANCED ACROSS A NARROW ROCK LEDGE- AND A DIM HOPE FILTERED INTO MY FOGGY BRAIN k GETTING HOLD OF THE RIGHT VALVE, I blew the starboard ballast tanks — AND A MIRACLE HAPPENED / LIGHTENED ON THE STARBOARD SIDE, THE SUB ROLLED BACK A LITTLE,UNCOVER- ING MY ENTRANCE HOLE ONCE MORE. / SCRAMBLED OUT DOUBLE-QUICK ( £ _ - boy / what a break / IT'S THE LUCKIEST NIGHT OF YOUR LIFE/ DON, EVEN IF YOU DIDN'T RECOVER THE DWARF'...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

■ " fff? ' • yf ■ ;a 'r > t i-fc v* '"-f" _ TH WILOMAN, HALF MAN, HALF 8WST/ CAPTURED IN TH* JOffGLE, TO W CAST/ BROUGHT HERE VYOU, THI* MENAGERIE < KjH5 SHOWN FOR TH RRST TIME IN THIS UNO OF IEM/ STCPR UFJ FOLKS- TH' SHOWlS ABOUT TO BEGIKJ / C7MOKJ, PAL LE'S GO IK) AN)' GIVE A SXJOKAV] LOOK/ x.'^v'V v. - " Jftjr r ' •? -V . * V &£■. Mi'vM ^■7 -v. •-1-'1 ■ i "< / I. WE'VE SURE GOT OL' GUI .FIXED UP/ AW, NOBODVS GONNA 'BUT, UMPA-S KNOW YUH IN THAT MV GOSH*— ] GET -UP//* NOW GIT THAT WIG OKJ AN' DO yE£, STUFF/ ALLEY OOP SAYS" T'GIT READY TH'CUSTOM- ECS ARE COM IN' «^Sjf ^T0° Pithecanthropus erectus, re- garded as the most ancient of man's ancestors yet known to science, was so named by his discoverer, Dubois, who con- sidered his Java find a connecting link be- tween ape and man. Hence the name— pithecos (ape), plus anthropos (man). However, a study of the teeth and brain case has resulted in the general belief that the Java apeman belongs decidedly in the human family, t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter t" SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • ! • ♦ • • • • • hm-m — pretending you're on th' \z?=>£l squad so RlcSHT/ WHEM I GET THROUCW PlMCHIMG HIM WE'LL THINK H HEM-HEM- £RAC^ AM1/ SPEED RECORDS OSJ "THAT HAND~WlNPlN3 PHOKJYC5RAPH, chief? borrowed th motorcycle amd uniform- what for? you kmow "that <3(jy "that called us crackpots—well, i'm 60nna put "th' "thumb okj him amd flip him around like _^pa6es im a book f • mm J ■ ;'4 ps W Wff — 1 m J WELL, SpROUTj ( mv wings / ;v<9 1 c <dttk \V th' road's too marrow for mimto pass/ cracked hew yol1 \ f highway WHEW i'll slow pown a bit , chief, so you cam . overtake me! with §mi¥- CL*Cl< (Cp * ■ ::Mk. SO MAur MILES TO fo^st a1il€s TO scameplace c50ik)<3 ' / COPR. 193B BY NEA SERVICE. INC. HI i . OUR BOARDING HOUSE Ty'A p ^ \V*. MAJOR HOOPLE <?/ X k T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. /ay words that's a stupendous i pea/ vtls strancie some fertile mind has mot perceived its possibilities/ E6AP/ WI...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

THAT'S WHUT I SHOULD 00-< HOLLER OUT REAL LOUD TO EVERV KID THAT PASSES OH, WE'RE TOO POVERTY- STRICKEN) TO HIRE THIS -DONE/'BOy, THAT WOULD HUMILIATE HER.' I VMAMT ALL THIS GRASS, AMD ALL THESE STICKS, BONES AMD PAPER. RAKED UP CLEAN . AWRIOHT/ AWRIOHT / ANYTHING TO KEEP PEACE/ I'Sjwr /'W«*r 4 7 /C mm mmiim gRWlLLlAMg M f I KNOW IT'LL WADRK CUZ I'VE TRIED IT IKJ A SMALL WAV INI TH' HOUSE MAYBE X MIGHT GIT AW INVENTION OUT OP THIS THATLL SAVE KIDS A LOT OF WORK/ SAW, I GOT AN IDEA f THAT WILL SAVE ME A LOTTA WORK - I HATE RAKIN' UP TRASH, ANV WAV '/I I1 " ""'n l(| ll'// ■ .n.Miimiiiii—^—III nil QUITE A •• • n n WIRIN I THINK VOU CAN *r PICK UP STICKS, BONES AND TRASH WITH A VACUUM CLEANER' JUST LIKES TO SEE A GUV WORK / SURE 1 CAN-I CUT 'EM ALL UP WITH TH' LAWN MOWER FIRST.' m JUJMUMMUI mmm \>y A r' ' ! (if/, "''Vw •' , ■ill, V"-; ./* 'V ..■%> —J*"*' ' J.R.W.LL1AM5 COPR. 1 3« BY NEA SERVICE. INC THE COMIC ZOO WELL POC7 NUTWIN7.LlHe THE GOO? OLD DAYS/ BOVj I'D GIVE A LOT IF ...

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