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

A v.1' ' V ,* MONDAY, AFM, Id, V ', * %-;" f •''<'( • *'!" ■"' f, PKB H . if.;. •••..vjeBf 15^2^5 :.}■■•■ _ •••^■•vr.:fvj..':;r,vt f' .V*'f?p',',£<v< *^*rv* V- ■p > ;^f: W " JB V f i* Jfct® ,i. MHSlSMt SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • Lumber Retailers Place Stress on •This Department New Shades of Paint I Heing Developed By Manufacturers Paint is a big feature in home building and maintenance, de- clares Bryan Buck, manager (if the Ferguson Lumber com- pany. Therefore much atten- tion is given to this department at Ferguson's featuring Pitts- * burgh Paints. This is the paint- ing season, when weather con- ditions are more suited to I painting than at any other sea- p son, providing the sand is not blowing. A new c o I o r has been brought out by Pittsburgh this year. It is the new Delphinium ^ Blue. This is a light shade of blue, an addition to the "Water Spar" line, extremely popular for decorations. Suited to ('Innate The Pittsburgh firm is a de- # veloper of ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

PAGE FOUll justice and judgment it more acceptable Lord thorn aocrifice.-—Proverba 21 ;3 -/jl^ SWEETWATER, TEXAS Benftttt MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1938 'Hya, Butch!'Hya, Spike!' U to give to every man his own.— JjETWATER IS \ GORGING AHEAD •••• You have only to look about you and discover ample * evidence to the effect that Sweetwater is entering an ;£>it era 0f unprecedented growth. This growth is not the result of any particular booming influence such as oil, the location of a new industry, or some such similar activity that often provides the impetus of a community's expan- sion, but, on the other hand this growth ife because of the inherent good qualities that have been builded into the community since its in- ception. Sweetwater is the logical location for a substantial city and it is the greater realization of this fact that is sending it on to its destined place in the sun. Living conditions in Sweetwater are about as near perfect as you will find, though you search this country ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

Hk*. ■;>:.&. to I for- an lick- lidert Ibur- Iirry 1 the' a pnir- nir- the Al< J and land- pare- liinb- Irical Itime thing 1 The for € |eavy Tho firo res- Ition" ^ its* bking Itress fc agi- It the£ lclear Also hands pots. IIP)— 1 since first "Pil- I at* lontly "brary a brtins zoo, t tw im®!* m w 'W< m S ■; y *• ■ W'WLr, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Of Rising Star Wins Annual Qolf Tourname Large Gallery Thrilled When Jones Rallies Biff Spring Golfer Almost Connects In Story Book Finish ? Sweetwater's second a* nuai invitation golf tournament is history today, and it really made history. It not only drew almost twice as many registra- tions as the first event, but wht J. T. Hammett of Rising Star took Doug Jones of Big Spring one up in the finals to win the 36-hole match, he top- ped the list of West Texas' out- standing golfers that drew the eyes of golfdom for their low tournament scores. It was a finish for the hooks, with the popular Doug staging a rally in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

mmm.I ■MMMM Up Reveals Than Average Food Practices ■ Upon completion of a food habit survey of students in the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grades of the Sweetwater and Noldn county schools, Miss ESrrtjHWne-Fraziei', nutritionist witlt*"the health unit, contacted 1,11$; children to find their health questionnaires above most schools in nutrition. Children were seen in the following schools: John IT. Rea- gan* rt p. Cowen. Philip Nolan. Biackwell, Highland, Hylton, Bospoe, Brownlee and Ada. Health habit questionnaires were, filled out by the pupils. eacJa giving the amounts of food eaten the day before the survey was conducted. To reach a record, the follow- ing standards of good nutrition were used in scoring the incli viduals: three glasses of milk or more, two vegetables, two fruits one egg daily. Have Enough Milk A.pproxiraately 50 per cent of the total number had enough milk, vegetables and eggs the day before the survey. Only 34 per oent were found to have eaten enough frui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

m. 'y- Pffi* ur,fcrtfiFT -<> "*'•* "-.V < EH ■ ■ ■■ mraux. Awn. I*; .m* •mmm SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PA< 1 • I ' > • ? > • F • • • • t • r • Reporter / Classified Advertising Classified ads accepted until noon for publication came day ; until 5 p./iu. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Cliangon and cancellation!* must be made by same time. LINK KATB .1 linen I time _ .rSQ| 3 linea tiuiCH .«#«• 3 linos 3 times 7o« 3 lines 6 limes (1 week) —$1.20/ 25 times (I month) per lino — $1.00 Rates for iQfttethit# 3 '"W" iu proportion. ' ch if 5 average words are counted to each line. Cl A88IWKI> DISPLAY I lime . f)0c per inch 25 times (I month) — $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by^ telephone are accept- ed from pa I rons listed in Hie telephone or city directory on lum^orandutn ' charge; in return for lliis courtesy the advertiser is expeeted to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for more limn ope inner- lion, but cancelled before expiration date, are charg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 April 1938

• .« -Z&? & v]P , f w: "m^ W"' «%' w ||PP1 7^ SWEETWATER ■ ■I"*** Some Multiple Blessed Eventing, Eh, Kids? wards to nted Student* to incd In Annual Health Program the approach of May, ter and Nolan county children's thoughts turn Day fetes and health © ally an inspection of children follows the ation program to deter- health conditions in the ool system. Pre-sch6ol child- red! also are Included in the program in order to expedite the 'correction of certain de- fects. ' Child health as an incentive various programs are to be held in the county schools where Ave and four point certificates and buttons are to be presented by Dr. George A. Gray, health director, and Miss Ella Patton, county nurse. Vtaien Being Checked ■ Five point students of schools Checked to date follow: J. P. Cowen school; William Alfred Sparks, Aubrey F. Clark, Patsy Fowler, Bessie Patricia Rose, Betty Owens, Timorah Brown, Dorothy Self, Martha Mooring. Doris Davis, Opal Davis, Ramona Roland, Jeanette Brya...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

Wi mi O f> f) ♦ I i. • i I 1 mmm. • mmm WB8B8SI ** ; ' ;-y/ :' ff SSMflP'f? aSScta AT ON 'PUMP-PRIMING' PR06R ★ ★ Sweetwater Reporter 4C3kt,Q^jce> cj£xabsl VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1938 NUMBER 326 Soviet Influence Declines In Europe Additional State Aid Promised on Farm Mart Road Stretch of 13 More Miles to Be Paved Under New Propram Promise that an additional stretch of 13 miles of farm-to- market road will be provided southeastern Nolan county was made by the State Highway com- mission when a delegation from the Board of City Development appeared before the group in Austin Monday. Seven miles already have been given caliche base, and the additional 13 miles will make a stretch of 20 miles leading off of state highway No. 70 near Bronte through Hylton to the Runnels county line.. ltoad Surveyed This road has been surveyed and is now ready for estimates of cost. Approximately $12,000 already has been set. aside for topping the 7-mile stretch, and the BCD ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

■-% : v; - -Hi'-' '■/■&■' ''-^" ■*'f,- '* ■* *J^rh>!-*'$. ' Jl*'l.'JS^-''* X"*^-' V" "*' i > *■•'. .'' •* , , ■.. ;, r- V -'•••,V ■. •-.. - .! ^ ;-■"*•• y V - ?;■ , ' ■ ' ' , , .-• ' ?"\ ' torspay, *em . :mo 4- • . . i?!5 lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2388 '• Interest To Read Report Heads Circulation Home Chairman Represent La-Kee-Kon Club en Are Registrar Received Award At Eastland |U Federated Women's clubs in Sweetwater are to be well rep- resented at the annual sixth district convention which con- venes at Eastland Wednesday, April 20, through Friday, the 22. , Theme for the convention is "Incline thine ear unto wisdom and apply thine heart to under- standing." Mrs. Ethel Foster, Sterling City, is district presi- dent and will preside during the business sessions. Formal open- ing will be 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Hotel Connellee, followed by a board of directors dinner at 6:30. Every study club in Sweetwat- er belonging to the Texas Feder- ation of Women's ...

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

• - • 1 • 0 • « • • • t • ; > v ft 1 * • 0 ' I • 0 1 • i o ..wH v .- 3>, P; -"wv- >v■■'• ^': . " ;.v> ^ . ||P p:5>".-rt •■, ■■*'-''■ :-"!.r..- T; J-;j 4-,,m • #®g I® PP*™ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ^ * "< , T "V *V ' '-* ' ■■•!■«: > < Vf ' HG% More Funds For Orfratmatiou Stale Welfare Chief *■ ■ i . 'i t,"*. I. Vy j Discusses Future Goals Of Nolan County (iroup .V • • . • i . - Celebrating the second anni- versary of the Nolan County Ciiilrl Welfare Hoard, a substan- tial group of interested per- sons, Including social wot icc's from nearby cities, attended the Child Welfare banquet last night. at the Allen Hotel. Dr. Sam' Loeb was master of ceremonies, introducing Father Victor Marin who led the invoc- ation. With Mrs. .lack Armstrong as accompanist. Mrs. A. A. liber- ie led a sing-song of favorite childhood tunes. Depicting lullabies appropriate for a white boy and a negro baby, Mrs. A. Brann followed the banquet with two vocal *o- los, accompan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

_ matter at part. office in Sweetwater, Texaa, Feb.9, 1M0. George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs , STORIES IN STAMPS SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1938 PAGE FOUR m of God m witer than men; and • of God it stronger than men.—I wisdom often goat with fewest wordt t 1;25. GOLD DESTE RILIZ ATION SHOULD BE BENEFICIAL Whether or not we agree with the proposed pump- priming campaign of the administration, there doesn't seem to be much basis for disagreement as to the de- sterilization of SI,400,000,000 of gold that has been doing nothinb but gather mold since it was buried in the hills of Kentucky. This gold has been excess over and above that needed in the regular functioning of the current monetarial policies of the treasury department and has been lying idle doing no one any good. It would seem only fitting and proper that it now be put to the use of providing a basis for the ex- pansion of credit. Either do that or sell it as bullion on the world market and get our value out ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

i Wmm • • & papa ■Br^Hiipga I MONDAY, APjUL 18, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE .Sweetwater Independents Meet Lubbock Professionals Hi Gose Contest tPromised With Locals Strong Improved Nine Will ® Face Visitors From West Texas League Play Ball! ® Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, just the right time for the tired business men fans to relax, the Lubbock team of the West Texas-New Mexico league Qis scheduled to meet the Sweet- water Independents on Swatter Field, otherwise known as the City Park diamond. It promises to be a good game, with Lubbock having lost an ex- hibition game to Clovis here in the same league, and the Sweet- water boys holding Big Spring of the same loop to a 0-12 score here Sunday. Better Organized • Sweetwater should be and probably will be much better organized than for this first game, when they demonstrated that the local fans have some- f thing to be proud of in the way of an independent aggregation (they object to "gang" but it is hoped...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

;,i''-'"" m - '■':*■ mffl '®i V." ; f,f«- •'•• •'^*-4; V-y TUESDAY, AffUfc 1J& Engineers Expected to Have Woi-d Battle Over Registration Law pp CHnt 'Carter, Bitten By Spider 10 Days Ago, Is Improving By MRS. P. B. KNOTT ROTAN — Trie Rot an school board elected all principals and the majority of the faculty lust week. Several positions arc to be filled later, since sovaml teachers'are not lo return. Sonic are to attend collegc and oth ers to retire CLINT CARTER IS mPiunix; RO'f AN — Clint Carter, who suffered the sting or a poisonous spider, and who lias been criti- cally ill, is showing some im provement. ineer STUDY CLUB ENDS FISCAL YEAR RbfAN — The concluding meeting for the fiscal year was held Tuesday when members of the Rotan 1921 Study club met with Mrs. C. E. Leon. There were 21 members pre- sent far the early afternoon ses- sion where a covered dish lunch- on was served. Mrs. Swint gave the prayer. A yearly report was heard and members voted to send a friendship greetin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

fr-" • ) o . .;.(..v. ■•. k; ■ iMvjanvff* « in9fWb jPPi M - • ————' CLASSIFIED SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE SI Reporter Classified Advertising OlaBfiified ads accepted until noon for publication name day; until 5 p. m. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Changes aad caneellatlons Bust be made by name time. LINE RATE ft lines 1 time 30c 8 lines 2 times 60c ft lines ft times 75c ft linen G times (1 week) $1.20 25 times (1 month) per line $1.00 Rates for more than ft lines in proportion. 5 average words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 50c per inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch \ Ads ordered* by telephone are accept- ed from pa/roiis listed in th« telephone or r it y directory on memorandum rhni'gc; in return for this courtesy th'- ud.Vttrtifer is cxpfvtPi! to remit promptly weeb ad inns. Adu ordered for more Ihnn ©nPt inser- tion, hoi cancelled before expiration . date, are cbargcfl at rate aetiially earned. ; lijrror- in ad~ inusl be reported t on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 April 1938

"• I l& * ' w PRICES ARE LOW AT SUNBEAM EVERY DAT! Patch Our Mid-Week Sales and you'll discover that • our Week Day Prices are st as low as "Saturday" Specials. ;e« for Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and T hur sday cy Poteet Strawberries 46 Size Seedless 6 for . Large Sunkist LEMONS 3 Pint Boxes Heguiar 29c—Texas 25c ORANGES n.,, 19c Large Roman Beauty 19c APPLES Doz 19c Each ?r Bananas U. S. No. 1 Tender Green NEW POTATOES „ 4^c BEANS V/zC lb. 7Jc 1 2 BLACKEYED PEAS 5c CARROTS BEETS ONIONS YELLOW SQUASH WHITE SQUASH SMALL CUCUMBERS BELL PEPPER lb. Cherry Firm Green RHUBARB 5c CABBAGE 2ic lb. 3c Palmolive Soap 3 limit BAR ^Q Sal tine Flakes *1* 19c Rosemary drape Juice 18c Pint Bottle 15c .Not So Many Of These Deals Left!. FREE TOY AUTO With Minute Oals Large Round Pkg. . FREE TELESCOPE 25c m Willi 2 Pkgs. Wheaties Pur? Cane 1 Limit SUGAR - Del Monte COFFEE 28c® Wilson's Advance Shorteniass ID lb. Paper l>a LB. CAN I Limit 1 II). ** Carton 49c S9c 10 lh. Cloth 15ag 55c 2 LB. CA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 April 1938

itSS 0 I 0 € < |lu i- >• II, c- LO a « )0 10 13" ;d ro MMmim mwm' 9m? ADENS AID TO BUSINESS TO Utilities Are City Granted $81,000 PW A Funds For Street Paving ■ -—f: 2,785 Project, ' « • ............ ® New Program We Have Won' Says Franco yvn HP UP Correspondent BURGOS, Spain—Generalissi- mo Francisco Franco, announc- ing that "we have won the war," today attacked in a radio speech "certain Christian dem- ocracies" for aligning themsel- ves with international commu- nism in support of the Spanish loyalists. Franco made his broadcast from "somewhere on Aragon soil" to 16,000,000 Spaniards al- ready under his control on the first anniversary of his decree unifying the various political ele- ments of nationalist Spain. Later it was announced that Franco made his broadcast from his grand headquarters at Salamanca and turned from the microphone to receive cheers from a crowd of thousands. The place of the broadcast was not announced in advance, it appeared, because of the dan- ger ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 April 1938

— rATCT, TBUi tmtri / ,• If. \ .Atfi £«■■ ■<-V^ •;£.' Plays No. 1 Baseball Fan Attends Game rs rater On Diamond of Good Today With Strong Nines Out , l^ubbock of the West Texas- New Mexico professional base- bait league is playing the Sweetwater Independents on the City Park diamond this after- noon at 4 o'clock. This is the second game for the new Sweetwater aggregation which looms strong in inde- pendent circles. It held the Big Spring team of the WT- NM loop to a 9-12 game here Sunday. iBatteries will be Greer, BARGAINS MUSED FURNITURE 1 Only $77 Perfection Range, ,:-a ■hort 49.50 portable oven 12.50 10.00 (Coal 17.50 19.50 8.95 10.00 3.95 6.00 time 1-^4-burner Ivanhoe Stove 1—4-burner ,Ivanhoe 1—Home Comfort wood) iiange " on .. Dining te Kitcben inet 1—Good Dr&sser Large Glass 3—Oak Rockers Large Size, each . 1—Oak Dining Table Square Several Used Refrigerators President Franklin T>. Roosevelt was there when the Wash- ington Senators opened the 10.18 baseball season h...

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

o •J © . I ■ • t;. •■«. v("1' 1 .._ _ 'T^V^'fV ; -•■Yi' ■■■ >•■ Tl'v •:•■• " ". &.? C?y .. •*' -7' £V, & '..- •••'•v;f^.'.. .•?■•• . .. ■ :^> • • ■ .••■: :■■•■•.;--• .-V.-. -: ' . ' ' f ' ." ' * WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1938 iP:'v""vr SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■■mm PAI Junior-Senior Banquet To Be Held April 0 V) S> 0 0 Graduating Class One of Largest In Number Years 56 Are Candidates For Graduation; Fete To Be Held In Sweetwater ROBY—Date for the junior- senior banquet of Roby high school has been set for Friday night, April 29, in the White Kitchen cafe of the Allen hotel In Sweetwater. The program is being completed. Largest senior class in the history of the school will be graduated. It has 50 members, plus six that graduated in mid- term. Previous record for a graduating class was 49. Senior Class Members of the spring grad- uating class are Avinelle Beene, Loyd, Earl Brunson, Geo- rge Carter, Jr., Joel Robeit Clark, Jr., Emmett Schlueter, Bob Nolen, Ru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 April 1938

SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1*98 PAGE FOUR to the just to do judgment; but det- shell be to the workers of iniquiy.—Pro• Usts. except Baturaay, twater, Texas, Feb. ®, _ ltt and Russell Bennltt, Puba. who goes no further than bare justice, i at the beginning of virtue.—Blair. mhp aiwn OF TAX EXEMPTS SHOULD BE BENEFICIAL . The President's proposal to eliminate the further issuance of tax-exempt securities should meet with universal approval and is something that should have been done long ago. It is a well known fact that tax- exempts serve as a refifge for capital in large amounts and cannot be considered as an investment for the per- son with small capital. We therefore have many ex- amples of men whose income runs into the higher brackets but who do not pay one cent of tax thereon. This is obviously a bad condition. The plea in the past has been by the issuance of tax-exempts, municipalities, states and the federal government, have been able to borrow money at a lower ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 April 1938

IV ' lh I e. j. < i- • wednesday, april 90, 1988 0 o I) V) © \) Reporter Classified Advertising Clarified ads accepted until noon for publication cawn day; until 5 p. m. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Cliangen Aiul cancellations muat be made by name time. LINE TtATE 8 lineH 1 time 1 30c 3 lines 2 times 60c 3 lines 3 times 75c 3 lines 6 times (1 week) $1.20 25 times (1 month) per lino $1.00 Rates for more than 3 lines in proportion. 5 average words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 50c per inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from patrons 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 cancellnd before expiration date, arc charged at rate actually earned. Errors iu ads must be reported at once, us the reporter does not assume responsi- bility for more thau one incorrect ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 April 1938

firS'-Mtfffft * ,%' "- V| ■WkU'A.* * ' 4.y? •" Wmm^twwSm- m • k/:>' V, t :yy^y-*y<- "*«S | .APRIL to, 1998 ft Session Are iroaching Marriage ilaney Is Announced Of Miss At Tea m'Wmi jh *., scrolls tied with white revealed the engage- and approaching nuptials Miss Mary Jane Dulaney, on- ly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jtuties N. Dulaney, and Stuart Southern Shultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Shultz, when the bride-to-be's mother entertained with an elaborate announcement tea Tuesday afternoon at the Dulaney home, 411 Cedar. More th&n 200 guests called during the afternoon. Printed on the scrolls was the inscription "Mary Jane and Stuart Southern, May eighth". The couple will make their home in Sweetwater, where Mr. Shultz is in business. Lovely Spring Flowers The beauty of the spring- time was reflected in the pro- fusion of lovely blossoms of pink and white, which graced the entertaining rooms and emphas- "teed the color note chosen by the hostess. Stately white East- er lilies...

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