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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

BETTER TIMES AHEAD. SAYS HENRY > Silence Follows Conference With > Pres. Roosevelt 'People Ought t6 Wake Up and Go to Work,' 4 Says Car Manufacturer NEW YORK — (UP) — Hen- ry Ford, without specifying to whom he referred, said today 1 that the people have a leader "who is putting something over on them." He was asked whether he re- ferred to a labor leader or to J someone else. Ford declined to answer. "There's a lot of people who are half asleep," he said, "they are looking for a leader and * they have one who is putting something over on them, and they deserve it. People ought to be their own leaders." Following his luncheon with President Roosevelt yesterday, * Ford previously had expressed belief that there is too much gov- ernment interference with busi- ness and too much financial in- terference with government, (•nest of Newspapermen J Ford will be a guest tonight at a banquet held in connec- tion with the American Newspa- per Publishers association con- vention. "Did yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

t 4 I(I1s88F*£X -it - Work Qualify For nt Certificates .... Granted by State five-point health certificates are to be awarded fourteen stu- dents of the Roscoe school and and five to the J. P. Cowen school at the May Day health programs, according to Dr. George A. Gray, director of the county health unit. Those at Roscoe to receive the awards are: Chester St. Romain, Betty Cooper, Mary Lola Thompson, Margie Beth Jackson, Dorris Singleton, Wan- da Jean Heine, Robby Max Zetz- da Jean Heine. Bobby Lee Emerson, Guy Graves jr., Peg- gy Callender, Charlene Bour- land, Earldene Smith and Mer- rill Cooper. Those receiving awards at J. P. Cowen are: Leaverne Bryant, Mary Ann Dunlap, Lelia Grace Yoakum, Fannie Mae White and Raymond Head. Franco-British Conference Today By UNITED PRESS The principal victors, Great Britain and France, in the great- est war in history met today in an effort to save themselves from the results of their tri- umphs 20 years ago. In early conferences the French and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

i Is ll to ln<Ji-* J ac- jprl- * INS JN JII. ;ON ^ m. m-^EB , & E9 ■?n3 STB ifScTfi RJil iv Homes Under FH AI Planned In City • Local Program Backed By Lumbermen and Other Sweetwater Business Men The appointment of the fol- lowing to serve as members of Q^he local better housing commit- tee has been announced by B. C. McCall, FHA community chairman. Executive committee, Lee Stubbs, Bryan Buck, Lee Langley, M. C. Alston, J. C. ®Vluns, George Bennitt, and Char- lie Green. This committee is appointed for the purpose of working with the Federal Housing adminis- tration in carrying out local ac- tivities in connection with the new amendments to the nation- al housing act, recently passed by congress. R. E. Sikes, mortgage confer- ence representative of the Fed- eral Housing administration, conferred with Chairman 13. C. McCall and worked out details in connection with the imme- diate launching of the better Rousing program in Sweetwater. Plans discussed involve the use of outdoor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

W # #n| PAGE FOUR i. U « fift<U peace in lAe Lord' Bang in m Btrtmge Hf. be he king or pea«ant, who home.—Goethe. 1 SWEETWATER'S SCHOOL ENTERS STATEWIDE CONTEST Prowess of Sweetwater's High School in liter- ary, speaking and tennis events has reached statewide proportions with the advent of contestants in the meet at Austin next week. After running the gaunt- let of district and regional competition, Sweetwater pmecges to carry on in the state interscholastic con- tests. As the field narrows down there is strong pos- sibility that our school will be a leader in Austin. So much emphasis is put on the major sport pf football that we often lose sight of the importance of the many other student activities. In fact, unless an enviable record is made, such as that how existing, too little attention is given to the accomplishments scored by students in the less aggressive sports and purely mental pursuits. Considering the investment made in all-around education the public response shoul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

ler- |vy. E?ry of |gn- r tile ■cry I no- il cir- m lure or In re pg's |Mr. U i- ■ond II. roll I the liotr J)ent Iher. lShe low lain, lam- her lift Inch 1 the I Mr. |ni% in the and t mmm ■ /iJil. n.t 1-'-;■? '. rmmWMwwi rv; T.' ? V9g ragngn •. i ' A"r Sr... ■■.Ljliix'-M W"' J' '" . 'V'' / ^lli •? > ,v, > . . ' . . • *'•' ' I fp5$ i ?r "T - BBb8HH£ 11 Ive |1- nd in. ice tie- l?s )Ut | all, I1IS 1 nit ire en to b rO O o o International And Recreation Club Open Play Sweetwater Firms Sponsor Team For Girls Department Recreation club and Inter- national teams will start the men's division of the city soft- ball schedule Monday night, it was decided when A. A. liberie, president, of the spon- soring Lions club, .presided at a meeting last night to draw schedules for the league opening May 2. Other pairings are being com- pleted and the full schedule for the men's division, and the new- ly formed girls league, will be announced Sunday, liberie says, (•iris Loop Forms Uoscoe, Busby and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

\-L ^iMi toi-yfi#iitf' fiftrr^irif ~ it Women are to Send :s To Orphans' Home eg of the First Baptist will pack boxes to be , to Buckner's Orphan Home t Monday when the Mission- jciety meets at the church. Jie Bagby circle met Mon- at the home of Mrs. J. R. >nt with 7 present. Mrs. Taylor presided, Mrs. jlfett Holly read a devotional Mrs. Andy Brown taught the Bible study. After a refresh- ment plate members adjourned to neet with Mrs. J. L. Boyles. Mrs. R. H. Clark was hostess to the Lucile Reagan circle with 17 present. Mrs W. B. Ferguson directed the business and Mrs. Mildred Jones led the Bible stu- dy. Mrs. McKenzie is to be the nMtt hostess. Blanche Rose Walker mem- bers assembled at the home of Mrs. Norman Supulver with 10 present. After a brief busi- ness period directed by Mrs. Horatio Bardwell, Mrs. Garland Vinson led the Bible study. A box was packed to be sent to the orphan's home. Mrs. Harold Mrs. George Smith was host- ess ^ to the Mary Alexander cir- cle, 11 member...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

I<< 'Q) n n 0 * 0 '0 'S mfr' B1P$& SECTION II i#.• $**&/& '■' *' mm, Reporter SECTION II FEATURES A1 GENEPAL NEl ' ., I / — VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1938 NUMBER 333 Limit On Fish Taken From City Lakes Has Been Changed Restrictions Placed on Number Channel Catfish Same RegultfttCns On Ifegg, Crap^Ht and Bream As In Effect Year The attention of fishermen is called to a new change in the limit of fish allowed at city lakes. Channel catfish have ' been placed on the restricted list, in previous seasons, channel cat have not been listed on the "creel limit" other than they were counted in the total allow- ed for a day or a week. The same restrictions have been placed on channel cat as apply to bass, according to City Manager S. H. Bothwell. Only six channel cat arc to be allowed a day and they must measure 11 inches or more. Any bass or channel cat measuring less than 11 inches must be thrown back into the lake while still alive. Creel Limits at L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

SOU ' r % -*1 •<!£ . jv *:: ■. i#« 'i fb'iilf—iiiii'tfiniriii i iir ini'i' amw; '«KSbi>aKan>i«<sauiiiiuti uiiuMn "".*<w«obksmbbwi «ea«iBflew er->t e w aw* • w it? r«rjrrwi * ' V Any man or woman may enter the fishing derby by bringing the largest fish or the heaviest weight limit catch of fish, whichever it may be, to the clubhouse at Lake Sweetwater on Sunday, May 1st. The fish will be weighed by E. B. Loworn, and his records alone will be used as the basis of awarding the prizes. All fish must be entered and tallied before 5 p. m. of that day. Weight alone is to determine which fish is the largest. All fish to be entered must have been caught under conditions which comply with all fish- ing regulations of the state and city of Sweetwater. Tills Contest Open to Everyone—Try Your Luck! |: life" I; 1 -1 t..i sfC i *■ I: l •*.<• I - ■> k1 FREE! 6 :\ ■ CAMPUS POLO SHIRT TO MAN WITH HEAVIEST CATCH OF CRAPPIE / AND TROPICAL HELMET TO MAN CATCHING LARGEST BASS FREE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

1 • • • • I# ; • • ft • ft 122 ■ ( munt; mat m~ mi m SWWTWATW, '* 118 Sfc SWEETWATER'S Second FISHING DERBY Any man or woman may enter the fishing- derby by bringing the largest fish or the heaviest weight limit catch of fish, whichever it may be, to the clubhouse at Lake Sweetwater on Sunday, May 1st. The fish will be weighed by E. B. Lovvorn, and his records alone will be used as the basis of awarding the prizes. All fish must be entered and tallied before 5 p. m. of that day..Weight alone is to determine which fish is the largest. All fish to be entered must have been caught under conditions which comply with all fish- ing regulations of the state and city of Sweetwater. This Contest Open to Everyone—Try Yonr Luck! FREE! A REGULAR MEAL TO LADY Catching Biggest Bream STARR'S SANDWICH SHOP 702 E. Bdwv. Dial 2912 FREE! CHICKEN DINNER i j TO ONE - — -XTT Catching Heaviest Legal Limit of Bream TAYLOR'S DRIVE INN 'Sweetwater's Newest Place to Eat' East Broadway iftL FREE! $1.75 Pair of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 April 1938

-m Man. but d tt, are c! lUron in i M (he bilHy Pm^ic Notice &SMM Vf9f --WWP-1 -r- •■'■i ' JURE A STRONG/ WE MAVCQME TO THIS 15 \ CUBJMWT.' IT > QRI0P *67? W&OAMT >' I ALULU OF AU. WE CAN /SEE ENOUGH . fa {-'A A CLOOD/ j 00 fKEEP 1 AHEADTO TELL 'M y r / It, £&4\tu WHAT'S IN STORE FOE US/ FROM RILItf UP A&AIWST "TH1 TREES*' FOR RENT: 0 room furnished house, newly papered through out Electrolux. Ideal outlet for children- E. V. Glass, 910 Walnut St., Phone 628 sra, For Rent: 5 room unfurnished stucco house near high school. See Cecil Carney at Glass Grocery. - ••n • Automobiles Automobiles for Sale ■L_ - • n C\ o .,jGT^-p>W4. . o ^ i c (S}C.. iCOPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF By HAMLIN ALliEY OOP r / SAY, I WOULDN'T LET ANY TWO-By FOUR. CWSELOR TELL me WHAT TO DO /EVERY TIME THINGS I GIVE' UtfWtfW RUM, OR PI6ST. IN ESTHER CASE, M WITH m). BUT IT'S tfSUR CLUB, LADDIE, AND YOUR MOWEV AT STAKE—THE DECISION ISN'T FOR ME TO MAK&. VOU HA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

WSM$. UP'VAGE-HOBIT i • t * Would Broaden Social Security Benefits Plan 11 Rules Body R^jiekt At Demands of Labor Organ- izations for Action WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt today pro- posed a broadening of social sqfurity benefits and provisions to start old age insurance pay- ments before 1042 as now sche- duled. The president suggested draft- ing a sound plan to liberalize the old age pension system to make payments possible earlier than 1942. The plan would pro- vide payments of large bene- fits to the aged, to aged wives and widows and to children of persons who die before reach- ing pension age. ' l V NATION'S INSOMK IMtOPS PAST, SAYS HOPKINS WASHINGTON — (UP) Administrator Harry Hopkins of the WPA said today that nat- ional income has declined $12.- 000,000,000 in the past six months and 3,000,000 men have been thrown out of work in the same period. Hopkins described the drop as the fastest in history. He addressed the American Semin- ar, a group of clergymen, edu- cat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

m WfWW, ■ 'smmm*> ^ ^ATT^TBUi FMDAY,-APRIL 29, W8 . . . —v^UP)—A1 Schacht, the baseball comic who chotnce of becoming baseball's highest paid indi- i his ha rnstorming burlesque, today, announced the a great t American league riddle: How to stop Joe Di- li, ' \ t ,,\who noV calls himself "Mr. Schacht Goes to Town" ( Of Iris one-da.v stands ,in ball parki' through the Eitft, \ South .and Mad- ' has .been batting" practice for DiMaggio at' Yaiakee for thiree dau; now rhile the Yanks' have I'jeen 'on the road. He has studied JDiM-ag- gio's hatting stance, his swing and his eye for an hour, feach t ay. f "1 know the secret of stop- ping DiMaggio," said Sclaa cht, "In fact I did it myself. I g; ith- ered up a gang of kids in , the Bronx and brought them to the ball park with me. When we got outside Yankee stadium I s aid, •Hey, you six fellows stay out here and patrol this outside *>ut- field.' \ Thirteen Fielders 1 "Then I told seven more in- side with me and arranged thetn all ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

1I2I35PS 4 # -—, - ; inw • •:••." ■ "' v" v.; ;■, -■:.? .-" S1 firnssm*' us- #« • *S' — — TMw^pWWffTO SWEETWATER, TEXAS As Meat Packing Center When Is A "Hoas" Trade A Trade? f ABILENE — A fair horse trade and its requirements may be determined by the justice court in the case of W. M. Lit- tle vs. F. W. Bedford. Little traded Bedford a mule Otr a horse, but the horse died within 30 days after the trade. Little is seeking to recover the value of the mule, plus dam- age. //tf/y IsiMHA 'okvHounD Ride the world's finest bus... a greyhound Super-coach ... to all the East. On most trips you can go one way and return another. Grey- hound's schedules are convenient and fares are always low. AMPLE ONE-WAY FARES New York $25.80 Pittsburgh 21.55 Cleveland 19.75 Detroit 18.85 •Chicago 10.90 GREYHOUND TERMINAL 310 Elm SI. Phone 2442 4.10-21 DESCRIBES TOUGH TIHE A HP I K 5.00-1!) Growth of Sweetwater as a livestock market is reflected in the volume of buying dally at the Pace Packing company yar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

«ut . a • . Feb. 9, !Sft Ru—ell Bennitt, Pub&v > SHOULDER TO OF PROGRESS such as those held by the Federal Housing ition here this week are but evidence of the put behind this movement by the govern- jtt is believed that building of homes on favor- lit terms will have the two-fold purpose of pro- needed houses and aid in re-employment in lines of industry and trade. Government FHA are out in the field to impress upon the commu- the possibilities of the housing program and to ; that it be utilized. Important changes have been made in the FHA laws that make available a greater volume of r credit. The provisions for remodeling that had lapsed have been renewed which should speed the betterment of homes and buildings already con- structed. Many persons who have been reading about the FHA may not have thought of it in the light of offering an opportunity for home owner- ship that may not long be available. Sweetwater, along with other cities has the oppor- tunity to build many new...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

■M&f- WM& m - 1. x«m*. ® i^tm fiUHMMMil aflMMttl ith This Sale! Each of These Money-Saving Values Is an In vita- lity, Economy and Friendly Way of Doing Business. Make Your ~ I Grocery Prices in effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday FRESH PRUNES Gal. Can 29€ 251b. Cloth Bag - .25 FULL cr GOLD FRUIT COCKTAIL CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 15c Tall Can 10c Cjiant Bars 2 Limit I 1 Limit AM Irice- ryes d ill t DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE 4[ Tall Cans mvtt 15c Hottle Schillings Vanilla Extract Another Biff Date Sale Monogram Your Choice DATES 2 lb. 25c Pkg. tfgj |P&C 11 Nut-Stuffed PATES Guaranteed to He Fresh 0Cp LB £<Jb PKG. mmmmmmmrnrnaumBimSm 32c Pkg. and 15c Schilling Extract All For - WITH PURCHASE OF Sofiasllk Cake Flour e ?SaMSBEflMBSHBMMMBBMMBHi III II —HI—H—IB 9c ftST TOASTIES 9s %p" I4j \'ic :2C kSf . FREE DEMONSTRATION SATURDAY ADMIRATION , 27c COFFEE 79c Kv - Krisp Whole Wheal WAFERS 12 oz. pk Worth iSlend Ll>. Pkg. Japanese Tea Pot I'ree TEA 25c 25c m 25c 21 ll>....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

W711 ■Jitters J fflu'M'iH i" Qualify For Four And FivenPoint State Honors Schools to Vote On Grid Rules Cleaned and Stored DAUGHERTY er Grinding Service from Morgan Hotel INSURED AND BONDED ty. N. ROGERS Any Type >g and Harness Goods Repaired IIS W. 3rd St. • Minnows For Sale MINNOWS FOR SALE j frowning Bros. East Broadway • Flowers and Wreaths J DIAL SIS SWEETWATER FLORAL COMPANY Msrobet F.T.D. Ill Beyrie Ph. 2621 Keys Made CHAS. STRACENER Use Charley's Bass Bugs Made in Sweetwater, Texas 114 Oak St. • Laundries " swiietwTter LAUNDRY CO. Dependable Service 212-14 Locust Phono 024 i Magazines SWEETWATER NEWS STAND And Ice Cream Parlor We Deliver 2007 Phone 2007 • Music QUAST MUSIC STORE Reg. 3.50 Saxette 2.7-r> 115 W. 3rd St. Ph. 733 Radio Repair All Makes Radios Repaired J. E. Sims, Qua.st Music Store—Phone 733 Seeds and Feeds HI I BROWNING GRAIN CO. Garden and Field Seeds Poultrv and Dairv Feeds B 204 W. 3rd St. Phone 4T.2 Service A9 Ask About Our Rain-Check WASH JOB "Motors...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

' .. wm iii %£■ *** EH /■•v". "V: i9, I SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, WHP PACE SI :?! j i t Reporter Classified Advertising Classified ads Hftwptfld until noon for publiiMitioti kiiiiim dny: until 5 p. in. Sat- urday for the Sunday Kdition. Cliatigos and cancellations must be made by satuu time. LINK RATE 8 tinea :i times _ 75<i 3 lines 0 times (I week) $1.20 ' 3 lines 2 times ... 60c. 25 times (f month) per line $1.00 Rates for more than 3 lines in proportion. 5 average words are rouuttMl to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time __ 50c per inch 25 times (1 month) .$6.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone ar« accent- ed from pa irons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week nd runs. Ads ordered for more than one Inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration I date, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must he reported at once, nft the reporter does not assume respons...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 April 1938

nnet Club Program of the Bluebonnet a ten-minute program assembly of the John R. BchoojStkLs morning. Meed iwjpRetr costumes, off hy s^*W>nnets, they a group of 'fhree songs, uBuy My Flowers", an ig folk song; "My Alice Blue B", and "Ciribiribim". Each songs was interpreted by Jfce Bluebonnet club is made Uf^bf pupils from the John R. Lewis school and is sponsored by Mrs. Russell Bennitt and Mrs. W. J. Hunt. A second program is planned a week from today at the John H. Reagan school. * « * Unique Recital To Be Presented Students of Mrs. A. A. Eberle will be presented in a concert at the Beeman music store on Oak street Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Featured in the pre- sentation will be eight pianos played simultaneously, said to be the first presentation of this nature in Sweetwater. Specially written parts for the ensembles are included. * * * Stj' Stephen's Church Members To Meet Ttiere is to be a social meet- ing and round table discussion for«<TOembers of the St. Steph- en'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

rnt mm, ■ r''-i 4 ■ '-. * ^irvt. ' vM. V ^',v?V •* ..*; ->««'-.. fssSSpSPfl V jKptfj-jjj h w © o ★ ★ SCOUT C Sweetwater Issues Invitation To Recreation Center Hundreds Find Ideal Spot For Summer Outing Growing Facilities Attract Additional Vacationers to Area Winter's lingering on into spring did not delay the begin- ning of vacation season and al- ready many vacationeers are in Sweetwater today to take advantage of the city's innu- merable facilities for rest, re- creation, and amusement. For the second consecutive year the Sweetwater Reporter is presenting its vacation num- ber pointing out to those here and elsewhere that Sweetwater is truly "The Recreation Cen- ter of West Texas." Hundreds Enjoy Area Hundreds of persons who have in the last few years dis- covered Sweetwater as a vaca- tion center knows that the city's motto is not an idle boast. To those seeking recreation, both at home and from distant See SWEETWATER Page G Fisher Launches Hopper Drive ROBY — An intense camp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

DUl — ~w' ! r A • •• '^Bff1''1 y^jiiirlV'rr j- — '■ >*, (S. ■ V'. f "% * "*• ^-'' ?•-, v«, ' ' i ^Vt i IBiP**WP Women** Interest dub* • Churches Program For Music Week In Sweetwater Ready Band Concert Set JFor Fine Arts jProgram Thursday (land Selected For i39 PT-A Convention *Wrw'Tj r y •■•*■: " and was selected for the conference of District Six- th' of the Texas Congress of JJJUPPitt-Teacher assoc-iation Wheh the conference closed its i7th. annual conference Thurs- day at Del Rio. Sweetwater representatives returned home Thursday even- ing, reporting a highly succes- sful three-day conference. At- tending from here were Mrs. Roy W. Thompson, a vice-presi- dent of the district, Mrs. M. K. Stevenson, president of the City Council, Mrs. Fred Stirman, pre- sident of the J. P. Cowen, P. T. "A., Mrs. "Lloyd McBeth, presi- dent of the John R. Lewis group Mrs. Carl Murrell, president of the Philip Nolan P. T. A., Mrs. D. W. Jones, president of the Divide association, Miss Ernes- tine ...

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