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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

© ■eiimPpf . Aip j.v' ■ '■v';V. ... ■ ■V ■ "': • f SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1938 r 'W&) ? ; • ■ gpgf-^ mm ip Ml '■ If ffe-Ji SWEETWATER BEPOHTEH, SWEETWATER, TEXAS f. . 'OT)| V*5' ^ • ' Y-WlSKm^.^WIt cvrniw T BA/T uEivi 11U™ ■" €> WuBwu't lutmil OuIm • Churches ' ' '////> V//M 1 lone D. Perry; SiM-icty Kditur l)iul 2328 Biography Features Club Guest Program 6* I 0 • Highlight of the guest pro- gram of the La-Kee-Kon club Thursday evening was at. oral interpretation if the biography, "Theodore Roosevelt" by J. H. Williams, principal of the New- man High School. Williams pre- sented the story of the life of the former president of the United States in an interesting manner from his early child- hood until his death in l!)li), em- phasizing his peculiar traits in childhood, his dynamic person- ality, organizer of the Rough Riders at San Antonio and his political strategy in later life The book was written by Henry K Pringie. ['iiiKi'iini Cliiiii'iiuin The speaker was introduced by Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

15x50 Monday Only 29 . Limit 2 to Custumer $1.95 Values ►oleroes&Blouses , Monday Ba Only Linens and Crepes. . . Printed and Plain UmettiDeptSline Nolan, Earl Clayton GLSSWARE SPECIALS 17 Oz. ICE TEA GLASSES Stock up today on these beautiful cut, stemed tea glasses. This special for Monday Only ea. 8 1-4 Pint Can ENAMEL Monday Only 5c 1 Pint VACUM Bot tie 59c w Ea. Roscoe. Miss Mamie Hiezei Nolan Furniture Hardware Company H. T. Marshall i; «i i Pecan and Thrd SPECIAL <&£&& MBSP 1st Prize $2.00 Directions! nied by a sales slip showing the purchace of a Monday Special at the Reporter office before 6 ond largest number of mispelled words and complying with the regulations pertaning up to 6 o'clock Monday. Price winners will be announced on Tuesday. In case of type, ne;* In the advertisments on these too pages jare a vertisements containing them. The person fi^din D'clock first •ntr; tot! e est In Cash! SEE HOW MANY MISSPELLS Again 10 Free THEATRE TICKETS Through the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

™ IS ™ " &*&&■<%>•<? r- ■•;*•■">.{ ■ .' • ■'•■ ••-' . v* -/ ■ V' >AY, MAY 1, 1938 F^HggBMtr' T.rT^'% *W^flin&'-'fe@v|jHI BP.^iP l> SjV p|jp 1M ,p£*-^ *7 * \ * „ f ' v * ' f^jp^pt';.', 3$| '" 4';<|'.•!?' i;^,.?'! ;£,y.*''':J J** ' ' '"'T fH''' t ■ ■'rv^^S?-' ' ■.•■<•'■' • '•& ' ;*•'''- V,'; ■ ,v\\/ ' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS sEcrtaw i—w1 PELED WORD CONTEST! res Irgo; re 6 Itotl i*edt are a number of misspeled words. You are to find these words, clip or tare out the ad- i finding" the largest number of mispelled words and who presents the ads acompa- 'clock p. m. Monday will recieve a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- e first price winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received •ntry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. £> WORDS YOU CAN FIND 2nd Prize $1.00 In Cash! Crepe and Satin SLIPS Tailorred and lace trims, rip-proof seams. Every one a smart style of s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

Ha cm* bitctittlional bDpener i vision To Fir8t Game Of Double-Reader Sweetwater's Softball Reerea League will officially ing open Monday night at i ctty park with two g'une-; at promise all the fireworks . :-al fans can hope for. In tire, ojiening game at 7:30 ?i'clock, tHe girls tearni repre- ientirtg Nolan Furniture and ftoscde tftaSh In what is expect- d to be an exciting contest. d the second tilt at 8:30 o'clock the international Harvesters pneet tlie itecreatlon club group to open competition in the men's league. Both teams have jbeen wording out daily. iiions Club Sponsor The league again is spon- sored by the Lions Club, with J. P. Majors, George Willis, Dan tJ. Shields and W. H. Bennett to jict as executive council. The iSweeiwaiter Recreation League is the official title. Girls games will begin prompt- ly iftiJh flight at 7:30 o'clock: 'Business DIRECTORY *■ ~ '• Buwnesjs Service f 'C. DAUGHERTY I^wh Mower Grinding C'dttlplCte Welding Service Across Hwy. from Morgan Hotel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

■■ $mm Ifllfp _ JgagE SH^f :I®*M' : \ .-,'• "*'; -' ™ fy '• p* !" 1 '"'" Vr?^5i.'S^r'' "-' • , . | p SWEETWATER UEPORTO, SWEETWA1M, TWW samjas LED o Reporter Classified Advertising CUugified td« Accepted until noon for pnhtiration same day; until 6 p. m. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Ohangca and cancellation* must be made by aamo "ffe. UNE RATE 3 linos 8 tlmen T5o 3 lines fl times (I week) 91.20 fl Unea 2 times AOc 25 time* (I month) per line $1.00 Rates for more than 3 lines In proportion. 5 Hverage words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DIBPIjAV 1 time 50c per Inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from pnfrons listed in the telephone or c ty directory on memorandum charge; in return for this courtesy the udvertiser is expected to remit promptly week nd runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled hefor" expiration date, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must be reported at once, as the reporter do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

1 II : ft m!>!< ■H Groups Winners of Ten Gold Stars Presented In 39 Counties Won i ROBY — County Agent T. H. Roensch has been notified that IWo of his 4-H club boys, Har- old Neves and Tommie Stuart, were two of the 10 Gold Star boys in District 6 composed of 39 West Texas counties. Only one county, Dawson, placed two a net profit of $1,000.43. In ti c meantime he found time to star in football, and re- jected several "invitations" to other schools, choosing Texas A. & M. He-might become a voca- tional agriculture instructor or HHI f '- m X :\) - J TOMMIE STUART boys, and these two counties be- tween them have four of the 10 in the entire area. A Gold Star award is made on achievement over a period of three years in club work. A boy with less than three years is not eligible for the honor. Varied Projects Stuart won his medal for ach- ievement with horses, swine, cotton, beef, calves and maize. In three years his total gross receipts amounted to $1.,701.84, HAROLD NEVES co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

) I I ' n o Hp# ION SECTION IX SwT7PTU7A I , . , oj— W SECTION II SI R1 $ECTI< VOL. SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 1, .1938 NUMBER Is Beckoning To Vacation-Qoers Of Southwest Those Seeking Recreation Find Everything Here Economical Place For Entire Family to En- joy Relaxation Period It's vacation time again and vacation-goers of Texas and the southwest are turning their at- tention to Sweetwater— "The Recreation Center of West Tex- as." Joining the thousands who visited and spent their vacation here last season will be hun- dreds of others who, making their first trip to Sweetwater, have been told by those who have vacationed here, of the municipally-owned recreational facilities which make this the ideal economical vacation spot of West Texas. Not only has Sweetwater everything that the vacationeer is seeking, but the entire fami- ly can enjoy a two or three weeks' or a month's stay here without straining the family budget. Vacation At Low Cost Or, if you have made more elaborat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

1 I ffpi®#® s-^ . , .i'MBfc 'ii 1Jj r."li © ndards titive Stressed; All ''Best* Obtain* Sccne of Contests water's swimming pool, |; by Julian "Tex" Robert- rimming coach at the Ity of Texas, as one of the' "fastest pools' in the state, 1ft ,to open about May 15, Gity Manager S. H. Bothwell has an- nounced. , Delay in receiving some need- ed equipment forced postpone- ment of the opening day until May 15, or perhaps a few days before that date, said Mr. Both- well. i The pool, built about four years ago, was designed accord- ing to. the latest specifications for public pools. No expense was spared in making it one of the finest in Texas. Best- Filtration Equipment When city officials considered the filtration equipment, they passed up some of the cheaper types because they wanted the best. Consequently, the type of filtration plant used, the meth- od of operation, insures patrons of the pool, water that is as freer of harmful "bacteria as the water they drink from their hydrants. The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

■ ■■ ■■■■• ■ ■ ■ ■ V- . ' , . '■ ■ " 1 1 "I, 1 . ' , V, I i ntlW] 1.1.1 liilif. IJj Vacationist Will Find Behutiful Lake Trammell A Cool, Delighful Spot To Relax As Well A Place To W« X, MB* - W SWEETWATER REPOBTEf "' ' TEXAS msmm w> ■^1 HL mm i«-. 2w- ••• i- — W&i. IK ■ "■%•' , - , M si F • . ; • ■ ?>'&$ ' 1 PC™ ■' tBS UsS or ' m ' TWiMnffltirTThr i T'nM • I Si! . ■ A^ "%'■: V- ?«§$ jgWf% '•-■ ^K:.;r^?fWjfar. - -■■•. 6 : - ,te•; " '■'"; ' '"■■ rv^BKP* ^Wv'<' • . •'ur/j, Sffel s&te ■ *><,inU-£ 04-<zSt'-- ■ J+ZJ&ZE&JLZ?-:- ■ -v _ ■ * •- ,t£* '*"*"+>„ 12.' ' ^ '"— -j '. . , This pnnoraniie view of the blue, placid waters oft' Lake Trammell, nestling in the pieturesque hills south of Sweetwater, gives the vacationist some idea of the scenic heauty to be foun<l here. Not only does the beauty of Lake Trammell beckon to the vacationist, hut in the cool depths of lliis lake are large, shimmering bass, stout crappie and bream, big channel cat awai...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

f t*S ,S®rS i$"i SECTION II—PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1938 > 'k' wx. — rnmrrj4-sm ttlon I?c. ASSIST umJtttjrjTpost.' vftb* la Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920.§ George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Puba liH gjs: LIFE SEASON WAY IN WEST TEXAS great outdoors. Today more than at any time , vu. history the outdoors points a way in sustaining f health and happiness. Modern living with its in- reasing demands of keeping people indoors to earn , J«ir daily bread has necessitated our having to go outdoors to renew our vitality. Nowadays the outdoors 1 has gained a new appreciation for every boy and girl, man and woman. We fashion a great share of our life around the outdoor habit. Sweetwater more than any other city in West Texas has answered the demand for outdoor life. So well has it done the job that Sweetwater is instinc- tively connected with outdoor recreation in West Texas. This means something in an area which is outdoor-minded and finds the major share of its enjo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

# lUNDAY, MAY 1, 1938 ^0'liP.P'f 1LP1 '!■ .i!l^-!^^'<*SSIffi|^.,iSST, ';.-- WW!' flR'.- • <BrT' ■■'';.?Ti> - ■' <S® • '' S^SN^wli'< v;.' ■ SWEETWATEfe REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS BMW • • SWEETWATER BECKONS! ~ For A Healthful and Economical Make Your Plans Now! Fun For The Whole Family! Uaca ion! Sweetwater Has Everything For Ad Enjoyable Outing During the past year, many new attractions have been added to the Sweetwater vacation area. Extra facil- ities for picnicking have been provided and all of the parks and playgrounds have been put into first class condition. You can turn the children loose in the municipal parks and feel sure that they will have the. time of their lives without getting into any mischief. Sweetwater particularly welcomes family groups to come and spend a happy vacation. Give the family a real treat this year. Spend Your Leisure Amid The Ideal Surroundings of a Friendly Community j i \MONG THE LOVELIEST \<S THE STATE Lake Sweetwater is one of t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

iHi wm mm ... oi ole Course wWes i Be Ready July First it Nine-Holes Among Best to Found In Texas the last of June or the of July, Sweetwater will one of the finest 12-hole, green golf courses in That is not an idle boast. Work on three new greens started Tuesday. It is expected thfe three will be ready for play by the last of June—early in Jtlly at the latest. Latir on—pprhaps early in 1939—jj&ix more holes are to be laid owt giving Sweetwater an 18-hol0,.course lying along the pictucgsque shoreline of Lake Sweetwater. T|ie Three New Holes The three new holes are to tlf in "with ihe present nine at the number I green. The new No. fi. green is to be a par 4 hol^, lying to the southeast of the No. 4 green, the fairway skirting the east side of "Look- out, Hill." The new No. (i green, a three- par hole, will lie south of the new No. 5 hole, close to the Lake Sweetwater lish-rearing pon. The new No. 7 hole will be a par-fiver and will lie east of the No. 5 fairway, the fair- way ly...

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

MB? i*'' ^ "I, , „. • 'r& ' ■: Rs-;v;--;.v^:-:^:;; ?? ' . " ■• 1, 1936 sweetwatSsIM ... . f#ateate4-a^ ■'" i tii imrnrini|it<| PPPUB • llliHRHl§ ^ SWBETWATBl) texas fin ?. -U • ts? 't •■ '-v ^-',*•. .••' > s't-.v , : •> ■■ . .v.v •,' , 't-'. trr. ' • ' • .• -a ■ ' i:k.y' <'•-.. -• •• .••' " + ■ , . r" ' ■ •■ i —— • • i • • • fl ® ♦, m ' • . >.J I • r GET READY FOLKS! For Sweetwater's Annual SOFTBALL SEASON OPENS MONDAY NIGHT GIRLS' GAME 7:30 o'clock Nolan Furniture v.y. R oscoe M.i \ 2nil Once morn the I a.is will be able to see their favorite players in action, when the annual Softball sea- son formally opens at "Swatter" Park. (Jet ready to enjoy the thrills of fast moving game. Each year- sees the game getting better and better and this season gives every promise of being the best ever All ready now—let's play ball. Br Suit And Annul Root For Your Favorite / I f m YS ivomeinber I lie entire net proceeds of lliese games goes lo the helping of mi lortunale childr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

mmmm GoH V, Track 9 s Featured Partial View of Beautiful Lake Sweetwater Tennis, Swimming Events Attract Contestants From Wide Area in State I 1 >1II 1 Ml p If - « i i F. I i I I I fl LW * Every jjear is a big year in Is for SweeUvater, the "Re- ation Center of West Texas," 1938 Is a banner year. Many and varied are the events sche- duled for the summer, already initiated by spring events that attracted attention over the en- tire Southwest. Foremost of the formal events was the annual invitation open golf tournament sponsored by the Sweetwater Golf association April 14-17, when a record of 188 entries was registered for the second annual tourney. Already plans have been launched for the third annual meet the same week in 1939. Twelve holes in stead of nine, and possibly 18, will be available next year. Softball Starts May 2 District 5 Interscholastic Lea- gue track and field events and tennis contests are held in Sweetwater each spring, with interest especially strong in both bo...

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

The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. MAY I, 1938 I't ey let I of ly- fot# Bal- lon 3C- | ho <s. Id", jin, for i v- h. " %r 'i t.*, ** - ;5« Copr. IMi. tdt«' Rie* •urrotifhi. Iw —Tw *«« « P « OH Prtxiuttf ¥> r**nou* l*«tok «n4 Plar*. PittriOuifd te* UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc TO THE RAMPARTJ SINCE THE DEFENDERS HAD EXHAUSTED THEIR AMMUNITION, THE WARRIORS FORESAWjWIFT VICTOW ■imaSm 1 '#<5 •v'#! v>;' •: v- LIKE FRFN1IED HORNETS THE 5AVAGES JWARMED UP THE LONG -SCALING LADDERS. V/ —— •—. \ J 1 m- THE COLONSISIS MOUNTED THE RAMPARTS AND iWUNG TMEIR (allMS AS CLUBS'. HEADS CRACKED. "TO THE WALLS!" TARIAN JHOLITED: 'EVERY MAN "TO THE WALLS//; THEN CAME TU5 BRAVE PIONEER \N0MENi WITH BOILING WATER ID DASH UPON THE CLIMBERS. BUT THE WARRIORS V RELIED \N\TWTHRUSTING SPEARS AND 5LASH1NS HATCHET5 IN HAND- TO-HAND CONFLICT. JQME WERE TOPPLED OVER; A FEW WERE DRAWN OUT OF REACH. OTHERS ROSE UP IN THEIR PLACES. WITH THESE /// /' THE DEFENDER...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

•T:- •V-V. II II * \\ i % 1\ / 6000 MO^V^Cb >\fc.&06HA\A.i XOO MOD AT ME TOOAY ? WOPt ■i !wS®v-i'S I mkn I mmmm ■ ■■ . : •!•■; '• : ;,• ■ - . vJWtSBBiiSsfi- •-v" # 7 f \uumm I KEARO VOO WERE PRETTV SORE AfcOOT THE ^>ONS SEREK>AO\K>6 ME LAST M\6HT I SORE WAS I t^EOER HEARD SOCH A 60S\A AVriFOV RACKET \N> ayx m \T V^OfS-o FRETTY SAO, AU_ R\6HT -•'SOT \T VOAS MOSTY.Y YOGR FAOY.T K laiVliiWfj1 THAT V/OAS VOO VHROVO\KiCb STORES AT THEM, VOASM'T \t f yoo SHOO!.ON>'T| 1 SKOOLOKi'T HAV)E, HAViE DOME THAT EH ? VOE\A. .THE NEXT NiO,\T OCEANA OO ONiE E>\T OF GOOO 1 V/OHEM THEY GET STARTED ,UOTH\M6 W>\\_\_ STOP THEM VOE'U. SEE AfcOOT THAT" S>OT V/OHEU VOO THROVAJ TH\NGS AT "THEM ,\T 50ST MA\<E.S THEM ^ERV)OOS GET OFF WEY V/OOR6E OFF THAto E^ER. _j ^ 7J ,a^o them they :EV AUO YOU'RE I MpC^ f WHAT BIRO HAS THt BIGGEST WINGSPRFAD7 T (t <■ A 11) .11 f os s € ENERSy WILL KEEP YOU WIN6IN6 ALONG MERRILY. THERE'S LOB OF QUICK FOOD ENER6Y IN Butterfii^er wrn^nu gmaeu...

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

• • t • • • • • • • • • • ' run afoul OP that and suddenly dead ahead, a round black object pops to the surface ALL ENGINES well blow y BACK skv Miew 1 ) FULL SPEED; I i par«ou ■ *n hemmed in by shallow water on both sides of the. channel the italian commander has small chance to avoid crashing into the mln THERES * ANOTHER WAY- ) ^Rl&HTO' GUN FIRE ' MMfX, 1? C N>VV\\^| II ?it s luckv the swift current at the river mouth tore that ming —^ loose ' yeah, theres ^ undoubtedly a field "planted across the entrance but now we know no. 115 BIGGER BATTLESHIPS WONT DO FOR THE U. THE DWARF S BOTTLED up AT LAST--AMD WHEN WE REACH HIS 'CAPITAL' up RIVER - THEN COMES THE SHOW-DOWN / EVEN THOUGH ALL TREATY LIMITS ON WARSHIP TONNAGE SHOULD LAPSE THE WIDTH OF THE PANAMACANAL WOULD LIMIT THE PROPORTIONS OF UNCLE SAAA'S DREADNAUSHTS 5- I® *Hmm CONTlStue-O - (Trade Hark P S- Pat. Office) THENARROW ESCAPE OF ANDREW M.TAYLOR, FAMOUS MOUNTAIN! CUMBER, AS HE CONQUERS-THE'MIGHTy MONARCH-OF-THE'CANAD...

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

• h OF MAM'/ EARLY HI1T0RY THE LOST ATLANTIS 'WT"' * i c e REFUSING TO SUBMIT TO THE CONFISCATION OF "DINNY" AS A PART OF UMPA'S CIRCUS SEIZED BY TUNK FOR- TAXES, ALLEY OOP WENT INTO ACTION.... HE NOT ONLY REGAINED HIS BE- LOVED PINO5ADC. BUT THE PRO- CEEDS OF THEIR LEMIAN PER- FORMANCE AS WELL/ TRY T'TAKE MY DINOSAUR, EH/ HUH.' I BETCHA OL' TUNK'S JAW'LL BE SORE' WHEN HE COMES TO/ GOSH, DINNY, I'M HUNGRY/ AIN'T WE EVER. GONNA FIND SUMPIN TO EW? ■ N '' i' i ' U < M) <( VJ 0 series of discussions relative to prehistoric man can be com- plete without some reference to the "Lost Continents." While based considerably more on theory than on substantiated facts, nevertheless many strange finds have turned up under the eyes of research workers that seem to point definitely to the existence of such places at one time or another. Chief among the "lost lands" around which scientific contro- versies rage is Atlantis, supposedly located in the Atlantic Ocean, presumably somewhere within t...

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

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION i • • • • • * • • • • i • o • • • # • • • • • •i 4 • « • mmm ■:i outa em vou get throuqh -^1ve a couple of suits vol) cam work oki ! pom g-sillv— x that vehicle here he is/ IT LL IMPRESS HIM KJO EUP, MO POUBT speak ' engagement m\MW:W ir FHIOMTPLiLLY some tay i'm cjCINJcs to get so mac at that 5ljy i'll melt ti—i' Q Li IC K SIL V £ R l kj mv mirror, whem i glare into it/ strasjce /ash ed mv waup5 amp canj't po a th i k g with thevi after i'll 60 to a la^p 1 aa:?v/ CORklEREP LIKE AUMT ZJEWklY'S WHATMOT, EH? WELL, THIS IS KJO DIRTY DIG —I THIkJK THEY'RE BR AIM WAVY-/ Jj . i bop.'m oh—excuse me 3list wormlwq way though college/ "ft-w " k ■ '■g 2-a-' ■ VJkf/Z. tsouiwcs bit—poiwo a bit op bowng/ copr. 1938 by nea service. nc OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE haw/ wait till! how them to martha/ what a feast they'll make f zt.( T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF y> ' x uom't care what you've <30t— you'll cjet mo more. foop me...

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

mhw p#ppuwt'!"lip: "▼*« "■••'.■ .'^.v V ' ; &uki s*f? JOE PALOOKA S BOXING COU RSE Pear Fellows- THIS closes OUR series of BOXING lessons. it WAS.MEANT TO TEACH ^elf- defense AND CUEAN SPORTSMANSHIP. A MILLION THANKS FOR YOUR SWELL RESPONSE. s-f aw r got the breaks. YOU'LL probably beat me the next time. And next week joe brings you a new series calleo joe PALOOKA'S album. JOE PALOOKA ® IMS. MtNtught Syndicate, Ine. By HAM FISHER A MISTER LUCRE I WANT YOU TO MEET MR. PALOOK A. HE HAS sTUST OPENED AN ACCOUNT WITH OUR BANK. HOW DE DO. AHEM—^ YES-HONDO OWWW- GUESS I WON'T GET UP. •m whatsa matterj sir? BLINKIN' GOUT OF MINE. SIT DOWN MR. PALOOKA- _ i've had it y for twenty n you know i'm interested in you my boy. / than k'youse. 5 m > i kin go where ever i want, be in sunshine, an' raise things on the farm. tom my rot, my boy/ you'd give up an income of a king f do you realize you can be a millionaire, manp 1 pardon me m f.luc re, the doctor says he will see you at lunch time. y...

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