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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

M mm >%m$m wmmm mmmm mm. pl5®ii S „ „ JmaKtm Vounty ★ ★ ★ ★ * ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ *•* # * ★ * ★ ★ ★ * U. S. WITHHOLDS HELIUM GAS TO GERMAHY Was to Be Used For Commercial Purposes Only Would Not Be Used For 'Military Purposes' i ' No Assurance Given It WASHINGTON — (UP) — Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes today indicated that the United States will not ship to Germany 10,000,000 cubic feet of helium gas for a new dirigible for trans-Atlantic service. Ickes said that government experts had established that such a quantity of gas sent to Germany would constitute a supply "of military importance." lie said Germany had failed to give assurance that the he- lium will be used only for com- mercial purposes and had de- clined to furnish a money bond to back up such a guarantee. Meanwhile, it was learned that military officials favor unifc- . stricted sale of fighting planes to foreign governments if plane designs, regarded as military se- crets, are not sent out of the country. Search of Car ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

. v-:,; ;,.., ..^s yvr^i .... i , >:'.? jLfc I *sJ ■ .. SHi —,—- >flC,E KIRKHKY Pnh Correspondent • NEW Y*ORK — (UP)— The ek beer was flowing through vats of Col. Jacob Ruppert's '■ Third Avenue brewery when the telephone rang in the Col- - Onel's private office. A voice said: "San Francisco t Is calling.' f|| "Put 'em on," said Col. Rup- pert snappily. * After a brief pause the voice - across the continent said: '■'"Colonel. I'm ready to join .the Yankees and accept your terms." It was Joseph Paul Di- Maggio, Jr., one of the most stubborn holdouts in baseball . annals, speakirig. Rapport Replies , "All right, son, wire me to that effect and get here as soon as you can," repiied Col. Ruppert. Later in the day there came a wire from DiMaggio saying: "Accept your terms: Leaving to- day by 3:40 train. Arrive in New York Saturday." Thus ends DiMaggio's attempt, tq become the highest paid ac- tive player in baseball at a sal- ary of $40,000. Instead he'll play for $25,000, a figure...

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

■ . * - mm ■w* land of lest. 1 the prn of teen "pnts fool- Ida v m. I 1 P • I 1 ' • I « w ¥ Mr?' The "Open Door" Bible class of the First Methodist ehiireli set an all-time attendance Kiister Sunday when more (hail 150 men turned out tor the one-hour class period. District •Indue A. S. Mau/cy, teacher, taught the lesson. Officers of the class are: .A. it. Crovvder, assistant teacher; Kigdon Edwards, president; <>lenn Russell, vice president; Sam Cress, Generalissimo; Dr. Albert Kraim, secretary treasurer; AV. K. Morton, song leader; and Mrs. AV. K. Morton, pianist. Cur ley Ashley Is Out Of Hospital P. M. (Curleyl Ashley, an ov- ernight patient in the Sweet- water hospital, suffering a sev- ere attack of influenza, was mov- ed to his home Wednesday af- ternoon. Miss Opal Usserv 11, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Us- serv, underwent an appendec- tomy Wednesday at the hospi- tal. ' Clinton McCain, who under- went an /appendectomy last week, was moved to his home north of town. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

mtBS Sweetwa George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt, wmte& E FOUR 1 SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1938 MMHUNMMMMMMM stories m \ J P -' ?■:} %S, Hp If' untoihenifTkvy of the pkytician, kbut ti I came not to call 'the right- tinner* to repentance.—Mark 2;17. to seeks repentance for the pu l, should ang^l virtue for the future.—-Bulwer. TEXAS WILDFLOWERS ALONG HIGHWAYS . the late visit of frost, West Texas will have ,pread array of. eolorful wildflowers- They beck- _ the roadside and carpet nearby pasture lands, with a small amount of monetary outlay, they atest dividends in the enjoyment of all those Be the highways. The work of the highway de- ent in increasing the variety and ei.-ent of wild- plantings is one of their most worthy projects. -•Today there is a greater appreciation for the beauty of wildflowers than ever before. Laws have . !«ssed to protect all manner of growth which |ht otherwise be destroyed. Preservation of the ~%Smera and their increased propagation are no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

; iCHH " w tppp -' y?,t' i \ $2® NT, APRIL 21, 1938 ; ' : f- ' __A.-i.iLLi. swe&HTM#, ttfttii' . 5111 • • • t • • • • 0> • 1 • • i) I t 0 5 • * • 1 # -9 AnimatedFilm to Sweetwater Beginning with a children's matinee Saturday morning at 9 o'clock the Texas Theatre, through the management of Henry Rogers, Sr., and his as- sistant, Henry Rogers, Jr., "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," a Walt Disney fantasy in technicolor, is to he shown for three days in Sweetwater. This film, hailed throughout the nation as a definite mile- stone in moving picture history departs radically from the cus- tomary film formula and has been accorded a sensational pub- lic reception throughout the United States. In an effort to give theatre goers in the Sweetwater area an opportunity to see this sensa- tional film, Mr. Rogers and son have hooked it for a three-day run at the Texas. "Snow White", as almost ev- eryone knows, is the first full- length animated feature film to come from the Disney studio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

m W*v'« PlpP M w TffiaWHc; &&i JF^ :+:'■ ■ :' ''f^. •■ •' ft" ::t 4 erf"— Circles liar Meetings meetings of the { the First Baptist fere held Monday af- file Bagby circle met | of Mrs. Ernest Hoi* F7 present. Mrs. S. W. esided and Mrs. Mary . ducted the Bible stu- lirs. J. R. Bryant is to be Jpfcxt hostess. RSFb. S. Cox was hostess to > Reagan circle with 15 St. Mrs. Mildred Jones was ader. Mrs. R. H. Clark is i the next hostess. Ire. Sam Pressley was host- t;to the Mary Alexander clr- ,'ith 12 present. Mrs. R. C. ge led the lesson and Mrs. G. Smith will be the next hc&tess. Mbttie Moon circle was enter- tained by Mrs. C. C. Johnston wftjh Mrs. R. C. Crane as study leajjer. Mrs. Harry Bondies is next hostess. Mrs. Sam Jones was hostess to Blanche Rose Walker circle with 7 present. Mrs. Garland Vinson led the Bible study. Mrs. Norman Supulver is next hostess. * * * Needlecraft Club In Regular Meet Mrs. J. J. Hampton entertain- ed-members of the Needlecraft club this we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

8 § • ? • i • ft • § • * ii * jO © V O M i tftf; i fl rftMMMMMMMBM OMMH iM&iss BdSift ; , WtT?W<" ■r TICKETS READ CONTEST RULES CASE* , FULLY. YOUR ABILITY TO RE* MEMBER WHAT YOU SEE ANIf READ WILL DETERMINE GREATLY YOUR CHANCES TO WIN A FREE THEATRE TICKET. SCHEDULE OF SHOWINGS OF "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" AT TEXAS THEATRE SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY Messrs. Henry Rogers, Sr., and Henry Rogers, Jr., are pleased to announce the following schedule of shows for "Snow.White and the Seven Dwarfs" at the Texas Theatre: SATURDAY 9 to 11 a. m. 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. 1 p. m- to 3 p. in. ,'{ p. m. to 5 p. m. 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. 9 p. m. to 11 p. in. SUNDAY 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. 9 p. m. to 11 p. m- MONDAY 1 p. m- to 3 p. m. 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. 5 p. m. to 7 p. m. 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. 9 p. in. to 11 p. in- Note: Short subjects are to open the program. The feature picture is to follow 20 minutes later. 7 Reasons Why ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

, fP i'H'"?*'" ifi . ^ IS'^"'' ■. T. - ■— :'! " ■' ■ iVftPVUtx.fIliitw *■■ -" -V vi—-. ^ *A4j U^, fi^SW •/"•.-1«^«t'4J^' . v ,'• - V; «■$*' ' - •w.fcp Fine Engagement Rings and \ Redding Bands As beautiful .as the stones found in the dwarfs jewel mine. You must see them. How Many Years Has Cox been in the jewelry business in Sweet- water? Ans Cox Jewelry 108 East Broadway Phone 2812 WISHING 4 HEftSELF jTt) BE THE MOST BEAUTIfUL* THE QUEEN HAS HER HUNTSMAN TAKE SNOW WHITE AWAY TO KILL HER HOWEVER. SHOW WHITE'S BEAUTY AND TENDERNESS MELT HIM. THE HUNTSMAN RELEASES HER AND BIDS HER ESCAPE VICTIM Or A WICKED QUEEN'S JEALOUg^lTTLf PRINCESS ITE IS PUT AT MENIAL TASKS. BUT SHE IS WOOED BY A HANDSOME PRINCE IN THE FOREST. THERE SHE WANDERS. TERRIFIED BY STRANGE SHAPES, UNTIL SHE FAy.S EXHAUSTED r TH£ PROUD QUE EN DAIIV ASKS HER MAGIC MIRROR WHO IS THE MOST BEAUTiriH IM THE REALM. THE MIR ROR AlWAYS AN SWERS.' SNOW WHITE THE FRIENDLY ANI- MALS OF THE FOREST GUIDE SNOW WHITE TO A OilAINT COTT...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

• I * ' * O 1. o I 0< • €<• >• IPS ■ •■ V, ■ -HV'M; «v .... ...V: . .. WMMmmm Snow White and the SeVen Dwarfs Advise You To Turn to Right When You Leave the Theatre And Walk 25 Steps (Step It and See) To A Delicious SNOW WHITE SUNDAE Featured For Three Days at You Will 15c Delighted If You Try It YOUNG'S PHARMACY i ALL THE FOREST ANI MALS SCAMPER TO THE WICKED QUEEN BY MEANS OF SORCERY LEARNS THAT SKOW WHITI IS ALIVE. SHE DRINKS A MYSTIC LIQUID AND T{JRNS HERSELF INTO A WITCH. SHE FINDS SNOW WHITE AND TEMPTS HER TO EAT AN EVIL APPLE. fri ALARM THE SEVEN DWARFS. THE FOREST RINGS WITH EXCITEMENT AS ANIMALS AND DWARFS JOIN FORCES. THfY DASH PElt MELL TO TH£ RESCUE. AMD HOT ON THE HEELS OF Till WITCH SHI IS ABOUT TO ESCAPE OVER A MOUNTAIN. LAUGHING AT THE rURY or THE SEVEN DWARFS. SUD- DENLY A DOLT Or LIGHT- NING ENDS H£R. 4 \Zi BUT. ALAS. POOR SNOW WHITE SEEMS HJ HAVE DIED TROM THE WITCH'S APPLE SO THE SEVEN DWARFS PLACE HER IN A MAGNiriCENT CRYSTAL CASE AND GATHER ROUND IT TO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 April 1938

fcfsing ytt. m. Btf- MiUan. CkM(«* ■mat h* awl# by nw LINK BATE -80c m , ...«e (1 wwk) fl.JO. (1 Booth) per line #1.00 rmn than A linn in proportioa. I word* ar« counted to each line. SIFIED DI8PLAY 50e per inch I (1 month) tfl.OO per inch ttdcred by telephone an accept- * patrons listed in the telephone directory on memorandum in return for this courtesy the r is expected to remit promptly ad runs. ordered for more than one inser- jntf cancelled hefor expiration are charged at rate actually earned. _ * in ads must be reported at once, tbe reporter does not assume responsi- i|y Jor more than one incorrect inser- ted. a: Errors Bates for. 3 or more days are for con- factitive insertions, when not consecu- tive, the one day rate applies. ' In' answering "Blind Box" ads, mail or bring your answer to the "Reporter office where it will be called for by the advertiser. TO PLACE AN AD DIAL 678 AND ASK FOR AN AD TAKER Announcements Public Notice Safety is of importance in the buying of life...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

i % V) W i« % f 1 f r >* i % n ■->*> ? %) J > t f J\* r. i U. S. GUNBOAT 's Reprieve One of Condemned Pair Thinks It Was Act of God ' ' . \ -y" ■ - / Generator Out of Order, . • Governor Allred Called For Instructions HUNTSVILLE—(UP)—A gen- erator, providing electricity for the death chair at the Texas penitentiary failed twice today while two condemned men stood nearby awaiting execution. Governor Allred was called out of bed to grant each a week's reprieve. The men, John Vaughn of San Antonio and Johnnie Banks, 26, negro Baptist preacher, were scheduled to die at midnight. They were walking toward the execution chamber when the generator failed the first time. They were returned to their cells and witnesses were told that the execution would be carried out at 2:30 a. m. Shortly before that time, Vaughn was led into the cham- ber. His face was pale, and his feet were unsteady. Warden W. W. Waid asked if he had any- thing to say. Vaughn read from a slip of paper that he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

a rS IB f "***' mrs ■ iijMffijiTiTT'V"' ■ ,3 * /.r H' ■ ,( ■ I /I,-.- . , IT ■ ■ ' - ' *H ' : Matches : {tends Stellar > Jumper; Rutan ( Winner Goes iter will pin its hopes I of a tennis victory in the boys jgp singles at Abilene Sat- on Joe Elrod, stellar per- who took out Tom Hill of Abilene and then went on tp defeat Jack Kennedy of Ro- tan, .defending champion, in Jake Webster, winner of avelin throw with a toss feet 9 inches, will head the track and field Mustangs. CoaGh Adrian Clark also will take J. L. Waddell, who tied for second in the high jump. I the jav I of 184 ROSY TENNIS STARS READY ROBY — Fisher county ath- letes will make a strong bid for sectional honors at Abilene Sat- urday. Foremost among the track and field men is Henson, who took the high jump in the District 5 meet at Sweet- water last Saturday, and may again set a new record. He took fourth in the state last year and is expected again to go to Austin. Henson also won the high hurdles and led in indivi- du...

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

g|« mm, i\ . ■ '. '' V':, % . %;£.i , 5® • FRIDAY, - APRIL 22, 1938 7 " SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS iwiii PAGE Mi 1 11 ' " ' mmmm • f i t • t • 1 • I Take It From Us: You'll Find Swell Bargains Down at Sunbeam Every Day in the WeekI EVERYDAY SUGAR PRICES! PURE CANE SUGAR 10 ™ 49c 10 §2C 25 ih. Cloth Ka8 l1' AIX GROCERY SPECIALS IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY Big 7ic Sale • : ft STANDARD Corn TEXAS Spinach STANDARD t I Green Beans Tomatoes NO. 2 CANS Youi ( hoici lirnoklicld Lonirhorn Mock Carrots ~| Keels BllllCh X Parsley £ Texas Vine Ripened Tomatoes ib 1 Oc TENDER POD GREEN BEANS -5 1 STRAWBERRIES Pint Box Tender Leaf SPINACH ih. Medium Size V/iC EGGPLANT i.i). 10c j ciiu tu n ii SQUASH Yellow or White Ih Cherrv RHUBARB Large Bleached CELERY s ,k California. Reg. 25c Seller Fresh Dug New Vic POTATOES iVzc Bell 5c PEPPER 10c Well Filled 15c ENGLISH PEAS 9c —s Large Red Delicious Oranges Dozen 19® Apples Dozen Z>9® Roman Beautv Large No. I Texas APPLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

sweetwater, texas page four All Roads Lead to Rome all these things ue are more than con- through Him that loved, us.—Romans Longfel gives itself; it is not bought. A v- : '"VivcVv •• • V\V ■Hi BR—Features friday, april 22, 1938 Inc. Entered as second cbuu nu office In Sweetwater, Texas, 1 George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs JUARDIA'S SOUTHWEST iY POLITICAL? Mayor Fiorella LaGuardia's two appearances in juthwest, in Oklahoma and at the West Texas ttber of Commerce convention at Wichita Falls ! his political hopes? It is no secret that New York's has ambitions to rise higher on the ladder of political accomplishment. In some way his foray in the Southwest, although by invitation, might have Fbeen planned for political purposes. In Oklahoma LaGuardia will be the central figure * * in a pioneer day demonstration celebrating Okla- homa's 49th anniversary of the run of '89. Next week the mayor has had a day dedicated to liim by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce. His triumph politic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

WmwrnSSmak '>•**«• '.'.• ♦ ■ ,-V '■■/•".* .'J':"'-- '►••■■',■>-'• "' m ■ ■ v^r +?■■.■ M. JBHL r" ■ <■■•.■■ • I 9 FRIDAY, Aim 22, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS BLOOD AND THUNDER WESTERN AT KITH That man Autry's here again! The marquee of the Ritz The- atre jubilantly announces the return of the invincible Gene in "Yodelin' Kid From Pine Ridge/' newest of the Gene Autry mu- sical westerns. Gene's heroine in the current picture is Betty Bronson, the girl who won the heart of a nation several years ago with her unforgettable role of "Peter Pan." Gene, according to the script, has become estranged from his father because he took sides against the elder Autry in a cattle war, so he leaves his home, and his sweetheart. Hilly, to seek his fortunes in the world outside Pine Ridge. He joins up with a rodeo, and when two years later, he re- turns to Pine Ridge, he once more seeks to help his father and woes his schoolday sweet- heart. The fathers of both Gene and Milly a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

JA'f ■'" > v?." VtWSImMB*f^€Xk :f &$'$$?'"' fe:"v :-.' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938 After locking opening night of York bar, Jack that 1000 stirring rods IHK BEST OF CARE Cash Service Station 190 W. First Registered OplumMrl«t« Mn|^ Expert exami- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS m FURS Cleaned and Stored Scientifically INSURED AND BONDED Cantata is To Be Repeated Sunday ROSCOE—"The Morn of Vic- tory," Easter cantata of the First Methodist church, will be repeated Sunday evening at 8 o'clock due to the fact that the rain last Sunday hindered at- tendance of the first presenta- tion. Mrs. Glanville Anthony di- rects a choir of 25 voices in this program. Rev. U. D. Crosby's sermon in connection with the cantata is •The Crown, the Cross and the Risen Lord." A general invita- tion is extended. Mrs. Gibson In City For Brief Visit Mrs. W. W. Gibson of Lov- ington, N. M., who is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

<§ - f . , I," ' § ; I -:W '/W* rWW\ # ,M f ' ' 1 - ? f ' " 1 I V* . i^S5E^$@4'-®1 S-' f* fw --; >-, - — -~y .■>■-* , . . *• • ' FRIDAY* APRIL 22, 198« ;/ SWEETWATER REPOBThER, SWEETWATER. TEXA1 ^ PAGI ,: >,/ 1 PACE Reporter Classified Advertising CJIasbified ikIk accepted until noon for IMiblicution Knmn day: until 5 p. m. Sat- w unlay for the Sunday Edition. Cluingrs land rancellationu muKt be inadc by sumo time. LINE HATE :i linen 3 times 7<r,1! lines 0 times (1 week) $1.20 :t lines 2 times — -60c 2r times (1 month) per line $1.00 • Rates for more than 3 lines in proportion, r, average words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time - ---- «0e per inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- _ ed from patrons listed in the telephone tlor city directory on memorundum charge: in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week d runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled before exp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 April 1938

ists On nun MRS. P. B. KNOTT - An artists' program presented Tuesday after- f' flpon at the First Baptist church .when the Rotan Music club 1 et to present Mrs. 13. Brumley and Mrs. Camille Hendrix in re- cital. The women are of Floyda- da. << Opening the recital Mrs. Brumley sang a group of three selections, "A Dreamland City" toy Claude Avendale; "Pale lUoon" by Frederic K. Logan; ''My Jean" by Caro Roma. v After a brief rest she con- tinued with another group "La- Gitana" by L. Ardit; "My Heart :5At Thy Sweet Voice" by Ca- ?Mlle Saint Saens; and "Still till With Thee", by Arthur F. M. Custance. Mrs. Hendrix Plays Mrs. Hendrix played seven selections in two groups as follows: "Butterfly" by Lava- lee; "Grand Polka deConcert" by Bartlett; "Valse C Sharp Min- or", by Chopin. - "Little Star" by Frank La Forge; "Songs My Mother Taught Me" by Dvorak; "MaCur- ry-Headed Baby" by G. H. Clut- sam; "Texas Bluebonnet Wal- tz" by Mrs. Hendrix. To introduce the guest artists a receiving ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

S'tA-Hf.. trpfrceirrmove seas ★ ★ * * * * * w w ★ ^ ★ ★ * * * * 1 ♦ * * T * * O * * Texas Political Campaign Reaches White Heat Stage Sweetwater Is Represented at McCraw's Opening Ernest O. Thompson In Opening Blast At Sulphur Springs campaign Saturday, the first BY UNITED I'KUKS The Texas political reached white heat three months before democratic primary. Coincident with the opening of Attorney General William McCraw's gubernatorial cam- paign at Arlington with free train rides for supporters from Dallas, Railroad Commission- er Ernest Thompson addressed a rally at Sulphur Springs. Tom Hunter of Wichita Falls paid his filing fee, and Karl Crow- ley of Fort Worth began a mail campaign, soliciting support. McCraw opened his campaign Saturday night. He selected Arlington where he was born '11 years ago as the of- ficial starting pllac'e of Jiis race. Friends predicted '10,000 persons would turn out to hear his address. May Draft "Ma" Liberal San Antonio voters announced a mass meetin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

4- ' SUNDAY, APML*t, t«M —— -*r • CtUifdfeft mm _ lone D. Perry Hwlcty Editor Dial 2328 Series Of Parlies Wedding bells handpainted on covers and score markers attractive appointments . oyed by Mrs. George Cow- 'and her mother, Mrs. Carl- ton C. Johnston, when they com- plimented Miss Mary Jane Du- laney, bride-elect of Stuart Southern Shultz, with a linen shower and bridge party Friday afternoon at the Johnston home, 1106 Silas. A color note of white and green was combined with the bridal motif, and spring blos- soms of the same shades grac- ed the entertaining rooms. Four tables were arranged for con- tract bridge, Mrs. Carlos Mor- ris winning the high score prize. The hostesses presented the hon- oree with a set of rock crystal glasses, after which a handsome array of linens were presented to her, attractively wrapped in white and green satin ribbons. A salad course and sweets were passed. Mrs. S. C. Shultz, mother of the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. J. D. Dulaney, grandmother of M...

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