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

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

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

' —" 5 . ' ' ' ; :*f , THURSDAY, MAY 19,' 1938 SWEETWATEB REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Chicago Cubs Return To Second Place In BEST IN THE WATER Indians Move Into Tie With Boston Red Sox Carl Hubbell Drops First Contest For Year In Giant Loss NEW YORK — (UP) — The Chicago Cubs moved back into second place in the National League with a 4-2 victory over the New York Giants. The Pittsburgh Pirates, who had been second, dropped to third by losing a 2-1, 14-inning pitch- ers' battle to the Boston Bees. The, Giants lead over the Cubs cut to 5 1-2 games and the Pir- ates fell a half game behind Chi- cago. The St. Louis Cardinals defeated Brooklyn 12-4 to move up along wih Boston into a triple tie for fourth with Cin- cinnati. Cincinnati and Philadelphia were rained out. Carl Hubbell pitched for the Giants and lost his first game in five starts. An error by Mel Ott and two hits enabled the Cubs to score two winning runs in the ninth. Larry French and Charley Root held the Giants to four hits ...

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

WBK ■K iXt WW : f-V, : : . JMW$ . ■ i m ppp ?«r X ---•> \ - . tST™ i Editorials- SWEETWATER PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS 'xf> THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938 Inc. iSKiSrSi u'■econd citii n tt«r office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, « George Bennitt and RusaeU Bennitt, Puba. •f ffw •m&i m* have , Jkim*elf loveth you, because ye J mud have believed that I came out 16}27. f; it is not bought.-—Longfellow. o- — CONSTANT JHBATH RIDES AGAIN flues to ride the highways in this area, a community feels justified in feeling re traffic fatalities in hand, new trage- ,_.J our complacency. It is a most regret- • have our thoughts directed to safety mea- week which should be one devoted to Safety finds a record of three deaths from In Sweetwater territory. It is tnost difficult to write anything new that < has not been said about safety on the highways ' and streets. Most of all it is the individual respon- I feasibility of each motor car driver and pedestrian. > There is no substitute for ca...

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

nn |iB * %1 - s ?OS §Wmmm ■mm$w THURSDAY, MAY 19f 1936 SRSS&# I •«%&fcriswft Vf 4rfM[ ■■ i . : ' / ' mmsTOK ' I ■"• •nrWJW^.WWl!'- H«| IB .n.n.'^iyi^iyi>,>.■«.. y ^ni.,...^. yfi? ; '« /" SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mm Bascom Giles Is • Visitor In City Bascom Giles of Travis county, candidate for state land commis- sioner, came to Sweetwater to- day in the intensive, state-wide ® campaign he is making. Gies, 37 years old, had 17 years experience in the state land office under former Com- ~ missioners J. T. Robison and • J. H. Walker. "Ranchers, landowners and farmers throughout West Texas are and should be aroused over f the vacancy situation", Giles said here today. "I am vigorous- ly opposed to land grabbing by vacancy hunters, favoritism in awarding leases on state lands, and the unjustified handling of • money belonging to the school children and taxpayers in leas- ing state school land. "As state land commissioner I will oppose vacancy racketeers _ and u...

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

in young ■and writ- a pub- tonight Junior high sponsorship fP-TA. led a great interesting twenty-three but he dis- a prodigy, during a financial circum- me out of college irk, that nobody td give me anything rt willing to work for I started out to get W nted without any as- Almost at once after people began helping me| By the grace of eight coffee daily and a mini- asleep I managed to get college in three years, which was practically because I had things for me." One of Fellows' ..ventured the infor- ring the two of his college ca- >W& managed to take Wg part Jn dramatics, edit i m college yearbook, including tk> of mounting all the phs, and carry twenty- semester hours of college ork^so successfully that he voted the most intellectual ident by the faculty. "That's y hfk such a runt," the | d remarked laughingly. ighs less than 130 EGAL DIRECTORY Mis. For Sale MAYS ft PERKINS Attorneye-at-Law For sale: Nice fishing boat/ well built. Only $15. Dial 2669. 822-25 Levy Bldg Sw...

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

0 ' C' ■> . -rwnrr 11 ■■ m m—r ' ' ■' ;■ ' ?,]' v" v. : f. ■ ' : :• ' JMhBL... B?F2' X J&"'. vfr * ' V? £ «• * i' -' t''' ' t ^ ~wk$iK ? ", v#afif' ■. _ IHi IPfli o o THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938 SWEETWATER. REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE 0 9-Inch Peach PIES 15c PACE BROS. ;,kt" 0 WOMEN'S WEARl Hats ....1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 70c to $1.65 HUDSON- WINN && Phone 2553 mJtNTEDW You to Call 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:30 a. in. to 11:00 p. ni. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better Results" Try Charley's / \ Bass Bugs > X Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Registered Optometrists ■%'Expert examl- ■. >■* nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Protection and 4 preservation precious vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUAST, O. D. n & D TAYI CITY 2007 ■ «AB 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service Only...

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

dyp . ■ *' ' •* '• *\ ; . ;.• •• siili $$1.... RgS£ 'ormal Dinner _., _ «*...., I> the season of com- : for high school grad- the opening festivity seniors, other than the on Senior Day,. was a lly appointed formal ' party given Sunday even- / Mr. and Mrs. James H. tt.Jr., in honor of their son, Aldridge (Jimmie to his i), at their home, 800 "A three course turkey dinner sferved to 20 guests at .... j foursome tables adorned in Pf' yfJjntite and red. An effective p. * setting was achieved with a combination of purple pansies ; and deep rose phlox. Red tap- • ers burned on the dining table cards repeated the Traveling Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Cecil Kearney was host ess Tuesday to members of the Traveling Bridge club at her home, 513 Locust Street. Brilliant garden flowers form ed a lovely setting for the after' noon bridge. Mrs. Charles Wingo won high score and G. H. Green, second high. Mrs. J. T. Wilson held the traveling prize. A sandwich plate with punch was served to Mmes....

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

) 1J I -) t >1 I STAND XGAINST ★ ★★★★ ★★★★ ★ State School Official Testifies In Fee Disposal Charge College Exam Fund Used For Office Stamps Assistant To Woods Declares Stand In "Misapplication" Count AUSTIN — (UP) — Miss Ed- gar Elltn Wilson, assistant state school superintendent, testified today in her trial on charges of misapplication of col- lege entrance examination fees, denying the charge. "1 never spent , one . penny that was not authorized by State Superintendent L. A. Woods," Miss Wilson told the jury. She said that, at his dir- ection, the fund was used to pay postage on department let- ters. Motion Overruled Her defense opened after Act- ing District Judge James Hart had overruled a motion for in- structed acquittal. Testimony in the case stated that the matter of disposition oi the fees was submitted to the state legislature, which body failed to act and this was taken as meaning that the money need not go into the general fund but could be used for departmental exp...

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

■ :"-'t m SWEErWATEH RVWTER, SWEBTWATEII, team Friday, MAY iwj„ 193a . 11 11 es Tighten In Recreation Softball League Schedule Double Bill On Tap For League Play Tonight *■< A feature -double bill of it's games will be the offered at City Park tonight, with league leaders, Gulf and M&M clashing in the opener, and Sunbeam and International tangling in the final. All four teams are well- matched. Gulf having a slight lead over M&M in the standings, with Sun- beam and International tied for third place. It will be the second meeting for teams in both contests. Gulf nosed out M&M in their first meet- ing 10 to 8 in the final min- utes of play, and Sunbeam soundly trounced Interna- tional, 10 to 1. All teams have shown much improvement since the first week, and close scores are expected in the games tonight. For Magnolia - Medico, Hunt is expected to start against the Gulf crew, with Counts as his probable op- ponent. Blancett will do the backstopping for the Oilers, while...

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

$)||H '' WH IPS SWi Tf%.. -B W PllSife-lsa® FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • f: 9 fi I • t • I 1 t j i j J ( a < * ff w " fs 3 I! Lower GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY 4 lb. Carton 39c r mm. , __ Angelus iju. ^enu Dug: jm MARSHMALLOWS 1(1 I.I). Cello Bag LaSalle Vienna SAUSAGE Swift Jewel Pure Cane 10 & Qallon Can PEACHES 10 lb. Cloth Bag 50c 25 lb. ( loth Bag 1.25 r resh Tende (irain Dozen Cherry, Pineapple, Apple Mince and Apricot White Velvet LI) While or 1 el low Pancv Hell PEPPER Fresh Roasted Reg. Price 20c Dnz PEANUTS Lb. Pkg. Lorn? (ireen 0«eUS«BEHS 5s Chocolate Icing, each Prices Are Sunbeam! ( hum ' m%,. & ■ * *:V> 8 II). Ctn. SHORTENING - life CARROTS BEETS RADISHES Three Large Hunches 10c Florida Wax BEANS Lb 10c Japanese Rolls Banana-Spice '<0f' ^'"1 or Vanilla Cookies : w$< s&iffV P. Jumbo Bleached CELERY Uf Fancv Vine Ripened TOMATOES 7'ic SPINACH, MUSTARD. POLK SALAD, GREEN BEANS, NEW...

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

attention of the § Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER-Features PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 morning and it* weekly edition on Thursday by TOO Sweetwater Reporter. Inc. Entered a^eecond clan matter at port- office In Sweetwater, Texaa, Feb. 8, 1820. George Bennitt and RusseU Bennltt, Puba the made haste, and let down her pitcher shoulder, and said, Drink, and I will camels drink also; >so I drank, and she camels drink also.—Genesis 24;46. To cultivate kindness is a valuable part of the 'fPtflHlnett of life.—Johnson. Sp r . o WHEAT TO BRING MILLIONS AS HARVEST LOOMS AHEAD " An estimate has been made that winter wheat grow- ing sections will receive $400,000,000 for a huge crop that, will see beginning of harvest within 30 days. This stands out as the most important economic news wher- ever winter wheat is grown. The year's crop is estimated at 754,000,000 bushels by the Department of Agricul- ture, probably the second largest on record. Not only will wheat growers ...

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

3 Id I re re k Id IP- Vl Irs Itt ?h his lir- |P. liul fca- lut ■■mA; FRIDAY, BUY 20, 1936 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Annual Senior Gass Play to Be Presented at 8 o'Clock Tonight in Municipal Auditorium ^ •x GLORIA SADLER Rancher Improves In Local Hospital Wesley Edwards, Maryneal rancher, under treatment in the Sweetwater Hospital, is reported to he progressing nice- ly. Mrs. A. C. Snodgrass of Pala- va, sister of Mrs. J. A. Mor- ton, is in a critical condition suf- fering complications following | pneumonia. A blood transfusion is to he given her today. John Embry, Jr., was dismis- sed this morning after a tonsil operation; Sterling Vaughn, of route 2, underwent a tonsil operation this morning; Reba Lee Henderson was moved home after a tonsillectomy. A. J. (Boots) Webster is re- covering rapidly from an at- tack of pneumonia. Ann Pytel, Buffalo, X. Y., who was injured two weeks ago when a car in which she and Miss Harriett lifrcy were riding turned over on the roadside ...

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

jif^ip§F"S . I $1®''" > ' ' ' •"•■ - i"1! '., "" ..' ' *"' . • -j , . SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 • "7 Manned ANTONIO — WiVh San Rtanio as headquarters, three schools are to be es in Texas, according to Maury Maverick. Maverick indicated presiden- tial approval had been given With provision for allotment of $300,648 of WPA funds. The schools will be sponsored by the Texas state board of edu- cation. Location of the schools has not been decided. Johnson Here to Buy Herefords Mr. and Mrs. Jake Johnson and daughters, Opal and Pearl of McAllen are in town for a few days, coming here to buy Herefords for their ranch in southern Texas. They have been visiting var- ious Hereford farms and bought cows yesterday- from the Ed Beck ranch near Sylvester. Mr. Johnson is going on to Cody, Neb., before going to his South Texas home. 1,244 Letters, Held at Marlin 9 Years For Mail Plane, Finally Picked Up MARLIN — (UP) — A mail plane finally stopped at, Marlin yest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 May 1938

■XtimiM ■Rlpfll ■ • • FRIDAY,' MATT 2Qj 1938 ■ 111 1 FRESH Rhubarb PIES 9 Inch Size 19c SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE SI PACE BROS. FOOD MKT. WOMEN'S WEARl Hats ... .1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINNMh Phone 2553 pMWANTEDi You to Gall 1007 Free Delivery Icc Crcum—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:30 a. ni. lo 11:00 p« m. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better Results" Try Charley's Bass Bugs Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Registered Optometrists Expert exami- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Protection and < preservation of* precious ' vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUAST, O. D. D & D TAYI CITY 2067 I HAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service Only Neatly Repaired Shoes 'Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOI' LOANS — INSURANCE REALTORS 10 Section Ran...

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

mk %f 'Mm. i i [rs. John Brookshire Is famed Matron Of O. E. S. ■■ i Eastern Star members of jreetwater elected Mrs. John ikshire worthy matron for „ >e ensuing year by elevation, with Mr. Brookshire as worthy patron. Other officers elevated and elected are: Mrs. S. H. Stan- field, associate matron, and Mr. Stanfield, associate patron: Mrs. -Rufus Arp, conductress and Mrs. B. M. Neblett, associ- ate; Mrs. Emilie McKnight, sec- retary; and Mrs. Melton Pate, treasurer. Miss Ava Guin is re- tiring worthy matron. Installation of the elective of- ficers, and the appointive ones yet to be named by the new matron, will be conducted in a special meeting May 31. This will be the annual memorial service of the lodge. —————o Approaching Marriage Announced Friends have received an- nouncements of the approaching marriage of Miss Christine Price and Howard Butler, in- structors of the Highland Rur- al High school. Macgiaee vows are to be taken May 28, in High Ceilings Lose Former Popularity O...

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

■ •5.$vij«i^!«w6< :' -•■• rV" miri • •' n ' i*i " -'lire fniif"-" Vifrrnjruiirrtir'• <* i i *«< , < $&p;' rf, ;w* 3 TO cZECHOSLO ★ ★ ★ ★ German Invasion •; Sweetwater School's $8000 WPA Project Approved II Stive SnnLpcmai Recreation Facilities to Be Improved Landscaping of Grounds Included in Program; Work Orders Awaited Sweetwater school's applica- tion to the Works Progress ad- ministration "for aid on an $8,000 project to improve playgrounds and landscape school yards wa.< given President Roosevelt's ap- proval Saturday, according to a telegram received by Superin- tendent Ross S. Covey from Rep- resentative Clyde L. Garrett. The project provides for the construction of two concrete tennis courts at John H. Rea- gan junior high and three con- crete courts at Newman senior high. Also, included in the program is the landscaping, sodding and improvement of a girls play- ground, 250 by 250 feet, at New- man high. This area is also to be used for girls' physical edu...

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

& ' lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 ated Clubs Of City Are To Disband For Summer xssfuI Season Is Concluded Concluding a highly succes- ful season with comprehensive and varied programs on cur- rent' ttipics and contemporary literature, the four literary clubs federated with the General, State and District Federation ot Women's ClUbs, La-Kee-Kon, Athenaeum, Self Culture and Sorosis, bade farewell to the routine of books and stated meetings Friday afternoon to begin a summer vacation until next September. Club women will adopt the slogan of "let nature be your teacher" ak they spend many hours at Lake Sweetwater, and vacationing in the mountains, by the seashore or chosen spots for relaxation and enjoyment. Study courses for next year have been decided upon and year book committees will not have quite as much time for rest, since they will meet many times during the summer to compile programs of interest to suit the members. This was not election year, therefore club presi...

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

^ JRWHWg^r^T.: i ■yyyrss r-.;■: f ra:^;. •?. wm--& .."> ■•■'■■'■ '.•* - ' > V'~ ;\ , ." . % wm£* *Y; ,• *-^ *v: f- * -' ' <r'^'--v^ u c ''• . •: %' ' */ /J'' r & . .. '■ '■K>'*y'<- ;v; ' '^y^wwt Mew Steft&AY, MAY 22, l&i •- f U .V "1T ■• r /l L-,. Jl.^M.- AJ^i' |||ja.Miir - '« *•■-- ' *' - ' • ^ hUhtfCiXA SWffiTwAflA RBPwRTERj SwExfFwATERf T8aAD Women's Interest Qubs • Churches lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial Events For Qraduates Spotlight Week's Social Calendar Activities To Continue After Commencement By IONK I). I'KltKY Graduation days are' here—days filled with a poignant, hap- piness that will never he forgotten. Hours and days marked with the sweet enjoyment of one of the most notable events of youth. The reign of "Miss Graduate," her escorts and fellow-class- men will hold sway for another week, and "in honor" parties will continue even after the commencement exercises Friday evening. All of the courtesies planned cannot be crowded into this w...

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

i are ' & i i£mm Pr "'IW'iH 'W9U wm&mmm: ACTVVTTIES FOR SUMMER MONTHS Play Underway Upr Club at J. p. Cow- i, one of the newly hobby groups spon ...."tajrthe recreation depart- nt under James F. Houll- f, director, in. its playground jram, is enjoying consider- popularity, mostly through efforts of the club's star •former, a one-legged chick- en. Other "property" of the club, which holds its first pet show Saturday, May 28, in- cludes a Shetland pony, a horn- ed' toad, three other chickens, several squirrels, two cats, two bulldogs, a duck, a police dog and two "just plain" dogs. 1 President of the club is Glen Gardner, who is ably assist- ed by no less than four vice presidents, Albert Hrbacek, Lloyd Smith, Gene Jackson and Mary Edna Johnston; a secretary-treasurer, Jack Bal- zar; and an assistant secretary- treasurer, John Anz. The mem- bership committee is headed by Charlie Johnson and includes Gene Jackson, Lloyd Bolton and Lawrence Nelson, while a sec- ond cominittee, a...

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