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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

C O /) o Id r': 4 km ma •' iA'i • «'•..-j'.S??® W; mM? Women** Interest Clubs • Churches tone D. terry Society Mttor Dial tW Mrs. John W. Pepper Named j Amid a setting beautiful in its simplicity and with only imme- diate, relatives of the two fami- lies present, Miss Mary Tane Dulaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Dulaney, will become the bride of Stuart Southern Shultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Shult?, at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morning at the family home, 411 Cedar. Rev. George I5. Palmer, pastor of the First Methodist church, will read the marriage vows and the ring ceremony. The couple will enter the liv- ing room to the strains of the bridal chorus from Lohengrin' j(Wagncr) played by Mrs. John Perry, an aunt of the bride, who will also play the soft strains (if "Llebestrnum" (Dream of Love) by Liszt during the ceremony. Wedilinj; Hnsemhle For her wedding ensemble, the bride lias chosen a becom- ing two-piece suit of dusty pink crepe with a trim of navy blue. 'J'he cape-effec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

i ?W Bennltt and Ruuell Bennitt, PACBfOtJ* BUY 8, 1938 SUNDAY ■ ■ ■ ... Htmmm or lb flloMw thai ike /or Mordeetd. Than mm #fce king't ither 7;10. grind* alow but sure.-—Herbert. m DAY OBSERVANCE WELL INCLUDE EVERY DAY branch of art has paid homage to mothers, artists have painted mother; poets revere her Africa that never die; composers of music have writ- hq songs of tender sentiment and ever will. For the pention of mother touches the heart where she is enshrined throughout our life. ^Thoughts of mother have changed the lives of men, turning them along paths of virtue and goodness. Moth- er has brought inspiration in youth and made possible a life of accomplishment. As the guiding star of the home she has lighted the way. Small wonder that Mother's Day has grown in its measure of homage the length and breadth of the land. ? To devote a single day out of 365 to pay her tribute | is the least that can be done. For every day should • really be mother's day. . i I DEMAGOGUES BITE THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

WsSBBm.MP®?® . if—W.i- i .rVi i" •', . ,i <■■:•££* f-. ll|feA Newman Choral club, under direction of Mrs. Frank Posey, presents "Love Pirates of Ha- waii," a spectacular operetta by Otis M. Carrington, at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Municipal au- ditorium. The production has a cast of more than 50 high school students including the choral club. Misses Til lie Marie Rice and Tommie Lou Yoakum have the leads, Miss Rice being cast as "Dorothy Dear," daugh- ter of a plantation manager, and Miss Yoakum playing the part of "Miss Primer," teacher in a private school. Supporting Cast Supporting members of the cast of characters are Clifton Flynn as Billy Wood a lieuten- ant on a cruiser; Jack Faver as a pirate chief; Conrad Crowe as Scary, another pirate, and Miss- es Jean Vandervoort, Louise Jones, Berah Smith and Loneta Jarvis as Hawaiian girls. Act One depicts the quietness of a peaceful girls' school when Dorothy receives a letter. Her sweetheart, Billy, is coming to see her, disguise...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

3 * *7' r ( rby Winner i Classic Pays $19.80 tt; Slow Time fevent Recorded CHURCHILL DOWNS — *) — Herbert Woolf's Law- ridden by Eddie Arcaro, itured the Kentucky Derby to prise 80,000 fans who had for the historic event, this year was the smal- lest field entered since 1018. Lawrin led Dauber by a length •with Can't Wait, Menow, and The Chief following in that order. Fighting Fox, favorite on whom many fortunes were wag- ered, finished sixth. Run In Dull Time The mile and a quarter race was run in the dull time of 2:04 4-5 over a lightning fast track. Lawrin paid -19.80 straight, $8.80 to place and $4.80, to show. Dauber paid $12 to place, $6 to show. Can't Wait paid $8.20 to show. .—o Roscoe Tied With Young-Starrs Ten - With two teams yet to see action in the girls division of Sweetwater Softball Recreation league, Roscoe and Young-Starrs led after tlie first week of play with one victory each in their only starts. Roscoe defeated Nolan Furni- ture 16 to 10 in the first game, with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

o 'i Veteran of 96 Years Succumbs In Sweetwater 8. N- Oznient Expires At Avenue D Home; Pinal Kites Saturday By RITA WEAVER Nolan county's lone surviv- or of the Union army lias an- swered the final bivouac. S. N. Ossment, 00, died Friday night as the clock stood at 11 o'clock, one hour short of an- other day to a lone? and varied career at his home, 510 East Ave- nue D. Last rites were held from (he Highland Heights Metho- dist church Saturday afternoon. The Rev. L. H. Smullwood, pas- tor, officiated. Johnston Fune- ral home directed burial in the city cemetery. ' Native Of Tennessee For 59 years the native Ten- lies Sean had lived in Texas, moving west 13 years after the close of the war between the I states. The silver-haired soldier nev- er lost his love for outdoor life and until three weeks ago made .egular .visits to the grocery and barber shop and other l down town habitats. Blessed with perfect health he walked to and from town, about his home and lo markets, until an infec...

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

mi -■ ySPti • ::■*#■''$•. r-i • ffPv"*'■' «► •'•r5 •. -v- :?.-. ^ r -1^ £ - ' "" -■ •■ , vviti- ■ : y . . • SUNDAY, MAY 8 1938 1 ! 1I *.;' | \ < ■ 1 fj >1$ >li § 1 8 '( iy Program By Area re For Session linent Officials * From West Texas To Be Guests of City m ' Sweetwater will be host Mon- dfey to Members of the Bessie tKterback district of the Su- preme • Forest Woodman circle, When women from a wide area Of West Texas assemble for tfcree sessions, held annually in 4>is vicinity. .j.Mrs. Jean Henderson, Sweet- water, district president, is to preside for the three divisions of the meeting convening at 10 a. m., contThuing through the evening to be climaxed with a dance at the W. O. W. hall. After official opening of the s^fsion by the president, the Trent drill team is to have charge of seating officers; Roby drill team to preside for seat- i. 5 of guests: Big Spring drill teSir. is to present the U. S. flag. Conrcii'ion Program After the national anthem, Martha Archib...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

.. MS® WW? W8Wlmv®£B <&v>- * .v I |r II 111 It |y li Ih li \ / J' t • f • 9 • 9 • „, .,,^,,., otii GENERAL NEWS, FEATURES AND ADVERTISING SECTION Sweetwater Reporter SECTION IT GENERAL N] FEATURES AND ADVERTISING VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1938 NUMBER 338 • \ # ?> • Judge R. C. Crane Quest Speaker For First Baptist Church Roby May Fete Queen and Her King Richmond Area In Virginia Will Be Major Topic Ancestors Prominent % In Early History of Original 13 Colonies In keeping with the annual meeting in Richmond, Va., of the Southern Baptist conven- tion Judge R. C. Crane is to he a guest speaker this morn- ing at the First Baptist church, giving briefly the historical outline of the country sur- rounding the convention cen- ter. Dr. William Carey Crane, father of Judge Crane was born March 17, 1810 in Rich- mond. His father, William Crane, was a prominent busi- ness man of the city and a lineal descendent of Jasper Crane, one of the foun...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

Monday Specials Values to 19c—36-inch ist Color Prints Short Lengths, Wide Choice of Patterns 9c Limit 10 Yds. GROUP OF SILK CREPE, COTTON KNIT—LINEN DRESSES Yalus to $22.50 $2*44 Monday Only Only 15 to Go At This Prize—Hurry Rotun, Miss Glynn Floycl Monday Special $1.00 Car Wash $1.00 Grease Job .35 Vacum Clean 1.00 Moter Steam Cleaning All For $1.75 - .v" 7. v-. ,'v- V- Don't Forget our "Rain-Check" Wash Job Guarantee Flats Fixt ...,10c Batteries Charged 50c FAMOUS RPM Motor Oil Standard Gas Gives More Miles Per Gallun STANDARD STA. Leonard Turner-E. H. Turner 701 E. Bdwy. Ph. 2069 SENP*Y, MAY 8; SUN - - ® ' # . « J IMWmftHftH IK J In the advertisments on these too pages fare a Tc£ VI yp I vertieements containing them. The persolfindir \ nied by a sales slip showing the purchace of a Monday Special at the Reporter office befor$ 6 A'cftck S ond largest number of mispelled words and complying with the regulations pertaning to | thef An / up to 6 o'clock Monday. Price winners will be...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

' \ sunbay, may 8, 193# } i section n—pace tmyr M • es jare a number of misspeled words. You are to find these words, clip or tare out the ad- 'soifinding- the largest number of mispelled words and who presents the ads acompa- 6 i'cftck p. m. Monday will recieve a first pr ice of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- the first price winner will recieve a price of $1 cash. Please not entrys will be received t jnt^y is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1*00 ip WORDS YOU CAN FIND In Cash! iival Now In Full Swing Enamelware Coffee Pots, Percolators, Saucepan > set of 3, Covered Kettels, Teakettle, Rice Boilers, Dish Pans and Water- pails. Finish in Ivorie with black covers. Distinct values at this * price. 89c Values >M onday 50c eci. Only Galvanized Pails Heavy Galvanised, 10 quart pails that take the use you expect of them. Look at the sensational price. This is truly a value. Reg. 29 c Values ( Monday 15c ca. Only BUCK AND CO [ Watch the crowds I' ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

mm. C;* . 10^-. " 'til sunday, easy wash LASSIFIED mf Reporter Classified Advertising d ads accepted until nooa for >«mr day: until S p. ra. Sat- in for th# Sunday Edition. Change" feaneellations must be made by same UNE RATE • lines It times --- y, on t linen 8 times (1 week! l--° * linen 2 timea — - M times (1 month) per line Bates for more than :i lines in proportion, fi average words are counted to each line. Misc. Merrhanitee AI4 classified display . ! time 50c per ?nc5 25 times (1 month) —$6.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from poirons listed in the telephony or city directory on memorandum rharfe: in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly woelc ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled bcfor« expiration date, are charged at rate actually earned Errors in ads must be reported at onc -, as the reporter does not assume responsi bftlity for more than one incorrect inserj ^°Rates for 3 or more days are f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

I [ l COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, MAY 8. IW • i by Edgar Rice Burroughs Cmt |f)l Kdau fm« l«n«u(hi. Im -T *1 0 8 P«< Oir pr«l (Mrkf riawi BOM! *nd ri.rr Diuribui^ r UNITED fXATUBE SYNDICATE. Inc. THE ENEMV WITHIN m the traitor, observed that all wis compatriots WERE FIGHTING FURI0U5W ON THE WALLS 50 HE TO THE AND OPENED ML FURTIVELY HI iOFTLV HE CALLED THE PASSWORD THAT IDENTIFIED HIM TO THE JAVAGES M ishtak, the chief, heakd him and came running with a detachment of warriors *X0L) COME IN TIME," BREATHED 1$HTAK'*WE ARE IN NEED OF AMMUNITION." JMlT LED THEM 5ECRETLY TO HIS iTORE. il GAVE BAD AMMUNITION TO WHITE MENjiAVED G( YOU" HE EXPLAINED;TOTHIS V0L1 MUST PAY MUCH GOLD." sm sSfAART man; the black SNARLED; WAKiMART TOO. tSWTAK ANNITJE RAN. A WARRIOR 3H0T HER DOWN. TAKE EVERYTHING, PAX NOTHING THUS DID THESE w PAY WITH THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR TREACHERY AND GREED. JMT RESISTfD. ISHTAK CLEFT HIS iKULL WITH A HAND-AXE THEN ISHTAK SENT...

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

«®vs , w. VjS 'VA-C.'* \Vv v JISS .""i:i'n i. V/Of\NNfc ; ■ ' 1'OE R\OQEK> V/0\TH L VOO BEFORE THVb T\ME OF THE VEAR 4 fcOT THERE'S Ot^E TH\N>G \'M GO\N6 TO \NlSVbT OK) voo \<K>OVA} GOOO ANiO VOEU_ VjOHAT 1 MEA^> 1WOO GET AU_ BOTHERED AE.OOT THE SARDS, AVOID THE £>EES, AKiO THE. e>GK>K>\E<b, AMO THE HOTTER- COPS — AOST SPR\K>(b , \N I'M GO\NiG TO OR\^E- I OOt^T GETCHA WE\A_, V/OOT'S V^QOMG AfcOOT THAT ? s • • V'WKiOW VOORSEN-F THAT E'OERVTH^G \S MORE VOSOOOS \Ni TH' SPR\t^G v. EOEVO ^OU ,LAMB\E — GOSH , ' VOO'RE A VOAYA.OP AMY T\ME OE VEAR — E>OT , TH' S>PR\Ki<b /WOvow^^ v THERE VOO 60 voo \<^o^ WOO OONi'T MEANi A VOORO VOO'RE HOKiEW, HO^O CAN> XA SAY 50CH ? CAM'TCHA SEE HOVO I'M SOFFERNNi' ? OOR\KV TH' REST OF TH' VEAQ MV V.OV)E ^OS' SORT A SMOLDERS) £>GT TH\ST\MEOF YEAR \T feORSTS OOT UVLE AtO AOGGST SOKiSET HEYi LOOK 6AV\MG i— i>ii ., j$ga; ,SEE : - loo\< VOHAT YOU'RE OONiE ! mm COPH. 1MI §Y NEA ICR VICE. INC • • • • • • • ...

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

• • • • • • t • • • • • • ' • • i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • THE PARAVANES RIGGED ON THE SMIP'S BOW, SIR WELL PUT IT TO THE TEST I ^ A ORIFTIN© Or * vi'Awin V\V=> PUT MER SLOWLY AHEAD WE LL ENTER THE DWARFS MINE FIELD ANV SECOND :(syikbga^^i^iwi REACHING. FORWARD BELOW THE SURFACE A SHARP METAL BLADE DEFENDS THE SHIPS PROGRESS 1 IT CUTS THE CABLES OF THE SUBMERGED EXPLOSIVES IN THE DESTROYERS PATH AND SENDS THEM BOBBING TO THE SURFACE FROM THE DECK A SQUAD OF SHARP- SHOOTERS HASTILV EXPLODE THE DAN- GEROUS OBJECTS BY RIFLE FIRE -• t l/^AT LAST? WE'RE SAFELY AND W ME DOESN T KNOW WELL REACH HIS "CAPITAL" ALMOST ON MIS HEELS-MERE'S OUR BIS CHANCE TO NAIL THAT WARPED- MINDED RAT AND HELP RESCUE THE PEACE OF THE WORLD- J ^3RJ&SV—• MEANTIME THE DWARF, CONFIDENT THAT HIS STRATEGY AT THE RIVER'S MOUTH MAS SHAKEN OFF IMMEDIATE PURSUIT, COMES INTO PORT - !! WHY AREN'T THE CHIMNEYS OF MY MUNITIONS PLANTS SMOKING ^ WE RE MONTHS BEHIND ON EUROPEAN O...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

MM mm. HEARTSICK, FOOTSORE AMD EMPTY- HANDED, QUEEN UMPA AKJD HER BAND OF CIRCUS "TROUPERS WEARILY TRUDGE BACK HOME TO MOO, IMPOVER- ISHED VICTIMS OF w-r WEL, DAD.6UM KING TUNK'S TREACHERY. I it iF VOU'D PAID THEIR TAX BILL, WE WOULDM'TA BEEN. DOME OUTA / VEH, BUT .oua CIRCUS! i THEN) WE WOULDKJ'TA MADE ANY PROFIT/ t. m. mo. u . pat. orr. OF ATLANTIS 1— ki • 1 b8f5zvw/; v/;5!l^e r7,... ;- A LOT OF GOOD OUR PROFJT IS DOIKJ' US MOW, / WELL, HOW TIED ONTO / WERE WE DINNY CT'KNOW KING BACH THERfct TUNK WOULDN'T IN LEM/ y LET US HAVE DINNY THAUL tOUR, STUFF llvHOME FOR. US? fooeoop// 1 feel w02.se if®* well, y'gotta admire losin' his ( about losin' 'isa- he's still back DINNY like VH,NA his dikjo"/ aw, ump/v\ there arguing t'broke his) saue than ( V wasn't j with that heart, i /1 00 about / your. skunk of / t'won't betcha/ ANYTHING ELSE/ FAULT/ A A TUNK/ do hina any good/ r ''Si ^WELLJ'LL BE he must notta liked it in lem, so he ran a wav a dog -eared^ from "them/ brontosaurus. whats he a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

'0}k Z - 'f:.V • • • • • • • • • • • • • , • • lj • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • , • • • COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION Ti-tiS TIME I'M 60MMA STOP TMAT <5uY LIKE A RED U0HT STOPS TRAFFIC t GOMKJA TOSS A MCH INJ WORK'5 2 WOPt: / GC^J^A M TCH ONJ U^PER- UEATH MS CAR >> AUD REVERSE ~7«-J PiRREREWTAL / „ L U^lV8 I SPKIM<5 /viope<- I tfpr <«■ frAT, Of F lis Jlr-AK ^—BCV5 ( A TREAT/ I WA< -- r PC / JJSfflSH JiiT,v= S FROM A DAlSY"- CHAIM GAW3 ; |£r|f|§P' ARE HIDIVJG/ ' , . / SWELL f iiiivSilik.:: >. i hcc^ED j X F!*ED THAT STEM- WINDER-~WHEM tmcse GEARS GET TC6ETHE^ LIKE A BUWCH CP RELATIVES ATA PiCWlC , HE'LL STOP SOCW EMCLCH f V\E £OWk! PVSMV ^ 'V, / Uif^'—^ 1 ma* I COPR. 1938 BY N£* SERVICE. INC (£ OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE V. PEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. RA~ IT/ MA?1 60 CEC5 MORE X COULD SEE THE CAM IM-/M PRESS mm, *E w SE w;3- 11 i m A WOT A CMAKJCE, ^•^'ERVsJCR F l.LET ALL ' SO-CALLED DlTORS INJ THAT TRY TO CRASH ...

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

here's a piece of card- x y board off th' back. of am OLD, broken) lookin' glass will that do to paint ak1 . "X OIL PAIWTtW OKI? • -if!} : .• .• • / yES.tmat v mas a fairlv l good surface. > what are >ou going to paint? and, 5av-you've \ taken lessons in oil... come out aki' see how i'm poikj' will ya? ' oh, a vase of flowers fer a girl who asked ME TO.'* AMD I LIKE TO FAINT, ANYWAY ^ t W aR.WlLL AM5 WEC. U. S. MT. Off. I LIKE TO PAINT HORSES AN' ANIMALS BUT SHE WANTS FLOWERS SO THAT'S WHUT SHE GETS WELL, I'VE SCRAPED ^W// THAT ALL OFF AND I'LL BE MORE CAREFUL THIS TIME remembei know, but the now, that ym composition is it ain't fx ( poor, colors are done vet w/, v messy, and... RED AN' BLUE HI MAKE PURPLE — WHUT FLOWERS ARE PURPLE? THAT'S NO GOOD AT ALL" ITS TOO TIGHT AND PAINFULLY PONE MAKE YOUR BRUSH STROKE BOLD/ and your x color more GOOD GOSH.' I'VE KNOCKED IT DOWN.' I HOPE IT DON'T GIT OW TH' RLIG- Tf/ SAY, THAT KID HAS I I A NATURAL ABILITY/ I WHY i ONLY CORRECTED M HIM...

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

i ■<*w^&ww • i • t • • • • • • • • • • i • • • J Peer kids— i tho't mebbe youse would like per t'keep a album like mine which was started by my gran'pa* youse kin cut out the cover an' then paste the other pitcher's r"> 4' 5 IN. This here's the first pitcher i had took. it shows me when i was four months old.i think they ou6hta put close on children thev fotagraft so they won't be imbarist when they grow up. JOE PALOOKA f, golly i almost { fergot— 7"day's ? Ann's birthday , © 11MS. McNiUI^Ilt X.VIUllmt#, Tnr. By HAM FISHER • • ft • • golly what'll I GIT her fer a preslnt -2 ? MM MM: ''i.iinVi 110 h. P ft y y frankfooter" fried ham—-ham an'cheese- , plain cheese. crullers an'java here look at the menu. hamburger? NOPE T pssst-tell the cops t'watch at the corner of main an' market—tell 'em t'have _~y dog / about time a dozen orchids an' a box of hankercheefs. a strait-jacket m

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 May 1938

""" " :■?* s' '" !;'">sr ; fy'. ' ■ ■ .".; ' ■■ -■1 v% ■' ■ . ' v >, " ,.' -w '• ; . ■pnlpsbll WSBMWt ■! mieabliwkass v" s;': ' v ' CAPTAIN and THE KIDS Dirks der6as \ DARDW6 f VESHOW STORK VOT .// STRATOSPHERE FLYING hcyvow oose of rudder cliphik mm $ v ©a a. ; - mm CNf.lHHlVMMrMlMlinMt laugh you . big loppus •*' 50me day der voim toins.' aw, can der speech ond see if giff5 anudder herking in per ice box.' spss. _. i. r as i vos saying darling — der gas.' '~v favell vell" ul00k.vot der aye aye 5>r, g/ddy-app.' .kitejdragged; 7«in / good hunting/ put dot in your pipe , 5/vter ann.' tstn HAWKSHAW (he DETECTIVE C2<rfo*esri£tiAjz. ALl these up-statt ban 10 bubglaries arttakiwg place at little. tdwns slrung^ a10ng "we beemersville r 'valley f^aluacad* ODD. the weekly jobs sejem < 'coincident ujith the regular friday nigmt fertili2er. ^shipment up- state * 7eAHQuiu iTy CORhlp* •'oa, Hon Town -"AOe^i there'j something in tue wind - haujfcshall# been poein6 cmr "mox railway ...

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

fyfS^' V ' *> v *;• ,* r "; ■ WJSpN^''.■!& i ;*•$ ' S> ti WUV '■SI Hitler Reaffirms .Four Injured In Accidents In Sweetwater Area Santa Fe Civil Engineer Hurt In Car Mishap Two Women of New York Stale In Sunday Wreck George E. Brake, Santa Fe civil engineer, San Angelo, suf- fered severe injuries at 6:15 o'clock this morning, at a cross- ing near Sylvester when his car collided with an automobile driven by J. P. Everheart, resi- dent. of that community. Brought to the Sweetwater hospital in a Johnston ambu- lance, Brake's injuries were found to consist of several brok- en ribs near his back, causing severe pain, though not consid- ered dangerous. Until recently the Brake fam- ily lived here. BUFFALO TOIItlSTS IN'.IIUKI) suxn.w Harriet Percy and Ann Pytel, tourists of Buffalo, N. Y., are in the Sweetwater Hospital se- verely injured as the result of a car accident east of town at 8 o'clock Sunday night. Miss Percy suffered a scalp wound and the loss of several teeth, and Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 May 1938

193ft '■' ' '■ f® •'->-v. ■: 'T',4l r'' IBPPr1 '■■■,v ,'S ■ ' MONDAY, MAY 9, Reason Enough To Smile Meet ftia&ice fet Tonight Priddy Will 1938 Candidates Against Ex-Veterans Tonight at 7:45 o'clock at New-1 mah high school stadium, Sweet- water fans will have a chance to see next fall's Mustangs in ac- tion when Coach Laurance Prid- dy sends his charges against a team composed of exes from the last two years' teams. Teams are evenly matched in weight, but the fexes have it on the hopefuls in experience, a situation which Coach Priddy hopes to correct tonight. Mustangs of 1938 This year's team will be com- posed of Voss and Akins at ends; Jay and Johnson at tackles; Al- len and Ward at guards; Gill at | center; Thomas at quarter; Head- rick and Wetsel at halves; and | Webster at full. Six of the start- ing team are lettermen, includ- ing Webster, Thomas, Headrick, Wetsel, Voss. and Akins. The line has shown up well in spring practice, and the backfield is lightning fast and li...

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