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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

..•"■r.'i*;. ,«3s SSw?' ••' w * «lSf®-*Src "" pyEy5BR9F5@v> SlPW'r' ?:|P ; a .-: ''sp® THURSDAY, APRIL 14/ 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE CLASSIFIED Reporter Classified Advertising riushifiiMl Mils nccuptcil until noon for litililicutinii haiiio day: until 5 p. hi. Sat- urday for tlu« Sunday Kdiliou. Chances and cauccllationK must. hv made by tmiuc timn. LINK ItATK .'{ linos 1 time - - :t liiu'K 2 tiini's __ -00c lilU'S .'I tllllCH _l"n'. .'I lines P tinirs ( I week) $l.*!0 •Jf times (I month) t er line $1.00 Rotes for more than lines in proportion. 5 average words are eounted to eaeh line. CLASS! K III I > DISPLAY I timo r 0e per inch 2r> times (1 month) $0.00 pa* ineh Ails ordered by telephone are accept- ed from pa!rons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge: in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one. inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration date, are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 April 1938

Wm kw . mym «'•• ' •• *7' ■'" ..... AY, AMtt. 14, AMI av- v, ' County Enrolled Club Work Program to Poultry And king Demonstrations ROBY—A total of 541 girls hive been enrolled in the or- gs ganization of Fisher county 4-H club* for 1938, according to re- cords in the office of Mliss Joel- lene Vannoy, county home de- monstration agent, who with Miss Jewell Hipp, assistant, is directing the program stressing poultry and clothing. The poultry cooperation goal Includes: hatch or purchase 25 purebred chicks; candle eggs from home flocks at least six times; make a wire egg basket; plant or supply green feed for chickens; can at least five con- tainers of chicken products; serve chicken products six times during the year; and ex- hibit chickens at achievement event. Clothing Goals Clothing cooperation goals are: equip sewing box; provide shelves or drawers for folded garments: make hat-stand; creck "D-105—Good Looks for Girls", every week; plan school clothes and keep record of ex- pendi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

wmm * i c :r > New Deal Recovery Proposals Put Into High Qear To> * ★ Sweetwater Reporter The Kid Asks an Accounting aC%kfc>o/lcc. ^exabs'' VOL. XXXX (2 SECTIONS—16 PAGES) SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 NUMBER 323 COUNTY ROAD PUNS TO STATE Local Man Due To Appear At Board Hearing D Roosevelt Promises To Push Drive For Aid to Highways AUSTIN — (UP) — Thirty highway problems will face the Texas highway commission at its meeting here Monday with county and city delegations. Scheduled.' conferences in- clude: George Barber, Sweetwater Hoard of City Development, for general discussion of road pro- jects. County Judge C. E. Story of Stantnn on a road from An- drews to Hig Spring. NATIONAL All) TO HIGHWAYS WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt's recom- mendation of an additional $100,- 000,000 for roads assures an "adequate" road program next year. Chairman Wilburn Cart- wright of Oklahoma of the house roads committee said to- day. House leaders have agreed that when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

I II I 1 ■ ' ported District 5 Scheduled Saturday Matches oday To e Affray M Competition In ^ ;^|pop Promised With Abilene Defending A fair day and a fair track were promised today for the District 5 track and field meet on Newman field Saturday Everything was in readiness for the meet awaiting only the assurance of good weather for the postponed events, says Coach Laurar.ce Priddy, athle- tics director. Abilene is defending champion end is coming here confident cf retaining the crown. This will he hotly contested, however, by Afspermont, Stamford, Robv, Hamlin, and last but not least, Sweetwater. Coach Adrian Clark has been working with a squad that may surprise the visitors. Intensely contested will be the tennis matches, with Roby, Hamlin, Abilene and Sweetwat- er in deadly competition in boy:; arid gills events. Senior events started at 1 o'clock this aftcr- ternoon on Newman court, and will be concluded Saturday. The junior tennis matches, as well as the junior playground bail ...

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

BpBt m'Mm tlUDAY, Amu 15, 193* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS pisfcrict 1-Act Play Tournament egin Tonight Four of 10 Productions To Be Given; Finals Co Be Saturday Night One - act, play contests which feature the District 5 University Interscholastic Lea- gue contests in Sweetwater F'ri- 4lay .and Saturday are scheduled o open in the Municipal Audi- torium tonight at 7:45. Ten schools will compete, with the finals sei for the auditorium at .8 o'clock Saturday' night, says ^liss Ethel Harkins of New- sman high, director of these events. Preliminary entries are "El- mer," county winner of John H. Reagan junior high school jpoached by Mrs. A. A. Au trey; ■'Yes Means No" of Abilene high school directed by Clarence B. Ford; Colorado's "Three's a Crowd" directed by Miss Gladys Miller; and the Newman entry, J'Pink and Patches" under the direction of Miss Sara Wheat. Cone-luilr Saturday Saturday morning at 9 o'clock Snyder presents "Differential Kindness," a play directed by ^Miss ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

J < on Tburaday by Tbe sweetwaier Report*, I Inc. Entered as second class matter at pcwt office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, lMO. George Benaltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs c! '■ ^SSfJOCu Hst l-iia ; fi ' f ! }f f.'.:, ; V-"-' r/i". r:1 Si ? ||s : | . : «' J'' ' •*&' • "rV j. t .;i -v-nv v •iv- For tee cannot but apeak the thinga which toe MWl and heard.—Act 4;20. %, . Truth is not only violated by falsehood; it may fcie equally outraged by silence.—Ainien. PRESIDENTS OBJECTIVE TO MEET WITH FAVOR There can be no quarrel with President Roosevelt's plan to quicken the industrial and business pace by utilizing the weapons at hand in the way of govern- ment credit. His aim is to save the country from dig- ging in, to bolster the buying power and thereby put the economic course of the nation on a definite up- ward trend. The plan worked out is to keep as far as possible from increasing the national debt and using residue funds that have accrued. / Passing of the agricultural depart...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

art®*S DAY, mac IS, - 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS !irS PACKED with BARGAINS F EXTRA MERCHANDISE BOUGHT ESPECIALLY FOR THIS EVENT! rattf We're Offering More Honest-to-Goodness Bargains Than You've * i ad c Primrose Corn is* NO. 2 CAN 2 Limit, Fresh Prunes Gal. Can 1 Limit 29 C nra R Fancy Poteet Pint STRAWBERRIES n°« Fancy Green BEANS - - > 7IC 2 •CARROTS 3" 5C 7J« Shelters and Snaps ifiBrP -g BlackeyePeas ib. if® "Egg Plant - ib 10c 150 Size Wincsap APPLES - - 1 9^ Large Golden Colored BANANAS -1 5C Nice Size, California ORANGES -2 u CS8 Sunkist LEMONS - - 1 9c Extra Large Bunches Fancy Sweet PEPPERS Shelters and Snaps Extra Larue Size TEXAS ORANGES - Texas Orange Season is about over, stock up at this price Large Marsh Seedless <> for GRAPEFRUIT 2§c- Large Red Delicious jjBfr, APPLES - Dozen 2&S?® Ooze; 25 J Bushel 98 Marsh Seedier GRAPEFRUIT-1 ■ This is positively our last sale on grapefruit by the bu. Snowhite •Cauliflower Tender Leaf SPINACH - BEETS,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

ERN otor Analywi Jjocatcs Trouble Quickly ® 1 M SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1938 P Peeples Garage DeSoto-Ply mouth Approved Service Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP pa- VDC Scholarship Holder Reappointed AUSTIN — Miss Mary Nell Butler of League City has been reappointed holder of the Unit- ed Daughters of the Confeder- acy scholarship at the Universi- ty of Texas for 1938-39. Miss Butler holds this award for the current session. This scholar- ship, established in 1923 by the Texas Division of the U. D. C., with a $5,000 endowment, is offered annually to young men and women who are lineal des- cendants of Confederate veter- ans, who are classified as .jun- iors, and who agree to major in American history. Protection and preservation of precious vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUAST, O. I). D & D CITY TAXI TAXI 2067 2S02 We are now operat- ing 4 cabs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

• ft ' r #Ti t ' 4 « f, ,? ; f£a,A /? -*fn v. - V •' 1 •' J ^'W-! TWWf V-lv J^W T"V. gg • i; 1 r > SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXX5 ■BWBSwS^^wwswiwii" ■S~J -Tf- .'•■ ■ ••' • ,'*?? -T- MPs aa m*m ■ koysTon mmmmmmm o o Reporter Classified Advertising* Classified ads accepted until noon for publication Hnuio dn.v; until 5 p. m. Sat- urduy for the Sunday Edition. ChangOH and cancellations must be made by same time. LINK KATE :i lines 1 time ..: 0« It lines *2 times QOe 3 • lines J{ times — 7.r e H lilies 0 times (1 week) $1.20 •J.r times (1 month) uer lino .$1.00 Kates for more than 8 lines in proportion. f> average words are eouiited to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time - . .r 0e per inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from patrons listed in the telephone or eity directory on memoraiidnui charKc; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

$WJ&T*ATLIIuu>uuim ^eltwatek. tkxab FRIDAY, Al'ltlL 15, • 193$ Rural High School Featured On Radio Program. turns, and Facts I tendent Leroy Master of Cere- ieg Wednesday MKKIL' ■ -2 v**1 ." | BLACKWELL—The Black- swell rural high school was fea- tured Wednesday afternoon in p 30 minute broadcast, of an jAWlene station, a weekly pro- cram sponsored by Miss Madge Stanford, deputy state school superintendent of this district. JThe programs are presented |o acquaint patrons and the pub- lic generally with the work be ing done in West Texas schools. * The theme of the program presented by the Blackweli stu dents was: "Teaching Boys and Girls How to Use Their Leisure fTime." ' The complete program was as follows: "There Are More Pretty Boys .Than One", vocal duet by Mar jorie Dee Holland and Bernicc Thorn, accompanied by Burl Fruitt and Troy Pillion, guit- ars. "Alabama Bound", and "Way Out There", vocal solo by Trov Pillion who played his own guitar accompaniment. Declamation Is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

wtmmm I I ftw ■ vJ • mm PACE BROTHERS' GREATER FOOD MARKET SECTION SECTION '■ Sweetwater Reporter •Tm* SECTION II PACE GREATER P< MARKET SECT1 > VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 NUMBER 3S3 i ) 1 ! I Formal Opening Of Pace B rothers' Enlarged Store Sat urday Large West Texas Food Store 1 . Special Prices In Effect 3 Days For Big Event All Departments Are Increased, Modernized And Merchandise Added Forma) opening of Pace Bros, enlarged food store will he held Saturday, when patrons and guests from the entire Sweetwater trade area are cord- ially invited to inspect the huge market at Third and Elm streets. Doors will open at 7 o'clock Saturday morning and remain open until 11 o'clock that night. Already an immense market, the store building has been en- larged 100 percent. Present di- mension is 101 by 150 feet. Not only has (lie store proper been increased greatly ih space, but storage capacity has been more than doubled. New equipment has been added, and all ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

j, iisi''4 "%maL . ... SWEETWATER, TEXAS Sk spp FRIDAY, -.MH IS, 1938 tores In One - "■ ■ Long Ago Pace Brothers Learned Value Of Cooperation In Order To Succeed Stock of Products Been Added *Six Stores in One" is the Pace Bios, describe their enlarged market at the corner of $fclrd and Elm streets. In addi- tion to the increased capacity at the grocery proper, the en- largement extends to the bak- ery, vegetable, meat, drug sun- dries and feed departments. Of primary importance is the feed department. Formerly this was cramped by lack of room With the enlargement of the store to twice its former di- mension, addition in this de- partment is planned to substan- tial extent. Plans to build it up already have been set in mo- tion. A complete stock of oil mill products and other feeds have been ordered and will be carried, including dairy, poultry and gen- eral feed mixes. Historic Fort To Be Razed EAGLE PASS — (UP) — His- toric Fort Duncan, built dur- ing the Mexican war as a sup- ply...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

•'fW- -75T ?*&: -ft 5jijftf FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTION S«f# lis In Ic- la Bin lor |tv • Li- oi for ■sv A Inn M't lip- I lie Longhorn CHEESE #>. 13* Have You Seen a Lower Price Than This Fresh Cream Cottage Cheese pt. 2 Lb. Limit 12C PORK lb. SAUSAGE Guaranteed Pure Meat. No Cereal as is found in most sausage at double this price. in ! ACE BROS. FINER MEAT DEP'T. • We have added three new modern Hussman Display Counters which (jives us a total of 40 feet of counters that are the lat- est in the United States. We take great pleasure in serving you from these new counters. i €! • mm*' r, .< i rat The Fanciest Fed Hereford Beef that money can buy —Don't miss this special sale. LOIN STEAK ROUND STEAK RUMP BOAST 23c PRIME RIB RGAST 20c SHOULDER ROAST 18c SEVEN ROAST 16c RIB OR BRISKET Lit Nice For Swiss Steak ROAST For Pol No Hone No Waste (iood (Quality (irass Fat Veal Cuts Round and Loin STEAK ib. 18c SEVEN STEAK ,, 13c STEW MEAT / 9c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

<VS" j.-2' VS'i -. j•ffe,..i#vCfttjpftjf>.:. vt 1 fo.'&ztt?\!j&S}%L•%t*r jfr"Tr=,.*.-WsSjfe<-^.6*RaR^JfcsBTSb. WMBBMfe' ■EeE8*BlB!l**eMlBie8#aiiOBBBWte^Si$il !S8B*;: r" ' '-'aJjjS3toL, :M '!-" .sjfrvK'i't.: Ctr^ sii. ff- -.■■ •••>.'r-iSS W*V-%,>ti - > . v*\ .*■ Jv « M, JJt. '4ft- - , -v ■: I keeping with our policy of taking advantage of the latest improvements in food merchandising we have over-doubled our previous floor space and installed new fixture^ tirSiigh mre to have you come in Friday and Saturday to see and to take advantage of the greatest Cut-Price Sale ever held in Sweetwater. Read this edition carefully; don't missja singl Sfewhf C&1 SUGAR if?- / PURE 0"" Limit CANE £T 48c ? 52c PEAC Gingham Girl in Heavy Syrup TASTY OLIVES The Finest Olives You Ever Ate A Large Selection to Choose From /* J stuffed 32 oz. Queen 8 Oz. Per Jar 29c OLIVES 34c 59c 13 oz. Tasty Stuffed olives,n Tea Glass PURE MAID TAMALES 15e Can EMPSON'S FANCY GOLDEN RANTAM t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

I ' ":"■>-'v*'■ -V; " ' ' • C IS, - 19S8 ' SWEETWATER REPORTER, J mi'--w- "V iZm$w> SWEETWATER, TEXAS Greater Nark • THE LARGEST STORE'S^ rfUghout. We are proud of our bakery fixtures, market fixtures and all of the other new improvements. Therefore it will he a great a single item. t? No. 2\ Can Reg. 19c Seller , Pinto No. 1 Reeleaned 14c BEANS 28 No. 1 cans 5c 5 Strand OMATOES 3 23 1A m Chect 1 ! -'.JESIVALUES b. fkg. 27 Extra Fancy Lge. Ih Cello Bag Juices Oz. Ca ft G TUNA Light Meat Flat Can SALMON SHRIMP Chum (Cans 8 oz. Can SARDINES Large Oval Can .'5 for - 10c Fancy Cross Packed SARDINES < i 9^01 Best M | Salad 25c j Dressing '■'Ft. Qt 25c 1 Waferette Sailed ^ Soda Crackers "F 23c JELL01,lIS *4cj Carey> rTT"1 s 2 Ik box •RELIADLE Pure Meat Products 0 TRIX CHEESE-TOASTED CORN BUBBLES SAL 10c lb — 2 P/<g.s. Keg. Price 5c Special 6 for 25c 2 PKGS. 25C Carers llaiuh Hoi Block STOCK SALT Sulphur 59c Plain 49c i 49*$ wis i «> MOTHER'S OATS I IK) I'ound Stock Salt ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

o's Readjustment Of Proves Huge Task M H. LANDKR Correspondent >, D. F. —Mexico was today that the ad just- its national economy jjew conditions resulting expropriation of fore- owned petroleum proper- a herculean task. ^ Public employes, the press, organised labor, students and fven the Catholic church have been enrolled in the movement $b; make the government-labor operation of the oil industry a suecess. The nation is being mobiliz- ed to make good the solemn pro- mises of President Labaro Car- denas to pay for the expropria- tiated properties in accordance with Mexican law. Abroad, the confiscation of the Industry overnight was in the nature of a complete sur- prise. However, no nation has contended that there was any- thing illegal in taking over something which the govern- men considered to be of pub- lic utility. What was a surprise to Mexi- co, however, was the statement by Secretary of State Cordell Hull that the United States ex- pects that fair and just com- pensation ...

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

o o o > !• • • • • • I • f# • I# • It t* /' i Igll s«Jt nil l. ii Mi).I T ■ i f'TT'T New Counters Added to Store Meat Supervisor Sightless Qirl Student o • I • I I • I Management of Store In Hands OP 5 Brothers Othe* Brothers Are In- dihJCtiy Connected With ftat&e Food Concern The Pace brothers themselves form a large organization, al- though they do not all belong to the firm of^ Pace Bros. Yet this large business includes a personnel of almost a score re- gular employees, in addition to extras that are put on for rush periods. Members of the firm proper arc D. B., Joe and Dill Pace. They are the owners of Pace Bros. B. C. Pace withdrew from thf firm in 1935 to form the Pace Packing company. ,T. F. Pac'c is one of the personnel, also on<? of the brothers. A. O. Pace is in charge of the orchard at, Weslaco, connected with the Enterprise. L. B. Pace, Sweet- water cafe proprietor and B. C. Pace of the Pace Packing comp- any are Hie only ones of the seven brothers not connect...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 April 1938

m iSiife • 'v v- ■\-,r--':-- m l^iiWb «®wia3&2 -# '■ J *? *«§ .-AsmmB jp ties to of Store General View of Enlarged Pace Brothers' Store large Electric (lon Vault to ^Products Crisp was when the house- |;np matter how well ad- the value of fresh and vegetables in the , Sfly diet, was limited to act- growing seasons for fresh This all has changed fruits and vegetables now ^ available and in demand the round. ?ace Bros, recognize the val- of this modern marketing They have installed in ir enlarged store an electric alt for vegetables and fresh produce. I I x l(i feet in dimen- stott. and 12 feet high. It keeps the produce at the proper tem- i4j#ature and humidity. O^fcrate Own Trucks ?aee Bros, operate their own «Scks and bring in produce from the Rio Grande valley, other points where it is available at its finest. -In addition, they have their own fruit orchard of 15 acres gt .Weslaco, from which they Siring fresh fruits in season. This orchard of mixed varieties provides an immen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

'Sweetwater And Lubbock Scouts Win First Aid Event ■ ! Mj I ! r r\ ?. * I' \ 'Is I II 1 To Represent West Texas Boys In State Meet Only 3 1-3 Points Be- tween First and Second Place Winners Saturday Troop 1, Lubbock, represent- ing the South Plains Council, Bov Scouts of America, and Troop 40, Sweetwater, represent- ing the Buffalo Trail Council will represent the West Texas area next Saturday in a state- wide Boy Scout first aid con- test at Dallas. The two troops were selected to represent this part of the state in a sectional contest held Saturday afternoon at John H. Reagan Junior high school. On- ly three and a half points sepa- rated the two winners. Lubbock troop nosed out the Sweetwat- er lads when they had only 32 discounts while Troop 40 had 35 1-3. Third place went to Troop 3 of Abilene, representing the Chisholm Trail Council, fourth to Troop 7 of San Angelo of the Concho Valley Council, and fifth place went to Troop 6 of Eastland, representing the Co- manche Trail Counc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 April 1938

mas—■ w mmmmm •«if* .miui . i .r lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2388 Mrs. Allen WW •! i) i i. • &"«ertee of forty-two and es have been an- by the Philip Nolan d Teachers Associa- tion during the next two weeka, ' Yednesdajr afternoon. Prizes have been donated by ■merchants of the city and reser- vations or tickets may be sec- ured from Mrs. O. A. Boyer or Mrs. F. I* Turpin. A high and low s^ore and a door prize will be gfyen at each party, Mrs. Boyer announced Saturday. The forty-two party on Wed- nesday afternoon is to be at the home of Mrs. Turpin, 110'!' Crane, wit)) Mrs. Boyer as a co-hostess. Eight tables have already been reserved for this party, it was announced.. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock there is to be a forty-two party at thei home of Mrs. Kyle Black- erby on Pine Street. Friday af- ternoon at, 3 o'clock Mrs. Her- man Hardin and Mrs. Joe Kir- gan will be hostesses for bridge at the Hardin home, 434 Elm. The last of the series of par ties will be held at the home...

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