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

• • • + HKPfi MAY 22. "'•Si >1 nKPRg " "u /,w ' ■' SWEETWATER REPORTER, -' •' -> ■ Ti'V-v «rf V " ■' • I' —— il l''if i" SWEETWATER, TEXAS 'M6?M Beats Out Qulf To Take Softball League Le ■Mm Sunbeam Ten Advances Over Internationals Identical Scores Chalked Up In Hot Contests Friday Two spectacular ball games were played Friday night at City Park in t: Sweetwater Softball Recreacic: league; with Magnolia-Medico, last year's city champion, trimming Gulf, league leader, A to 3 to take possession of the loop league; and Sunbeam taking over third place by whipping Internation- al in a close battle, by the same score, 4 to 3. Gulf crew got away to a two run lead in the first inning, and added another tally in the second to tie the score. M & M went ahead in the fourth 4 to 3, and the scoring was over for both clubs for the night. The contests were featured by spectacular catches and stellar base running by players on both teams. Howe flashed afield, for M & M, with Bibb maki...

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

IS nEBsIt mmI mr Custom THE jS ADS M •%. :;: '•' iffffijjfe" "•AW ' '• "s • -■ :x- • • -v - \ iV- \N-. I P$?Sp BUSINESS DIRECTORY Tin Work 1 ■■% mulLins sheet metal WORKS Sheet Metal Estimates Given Cheerfully 113 Elm St. Ph. 2160 Beauty Shop JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves $2.00 Other Pennants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 <C<. M t The June wedding season comes on—and above is a scene that will be re-enacted many times at nuptials in southern states as the bride and groom toast their marriage from an antique, double wed- ding cup ot gold. Pictured raising the cup in historic Lmmanuel Episcopal church at LaGrange, Tenn., are Hubert Fisher, Jr., and Mary Ann Poston, both of Memphis. The bridegroom drinks cham- pagne from the larger container while the bride sips at the same time from the smaller one. This particular wedding cup has been in the family of Judge Charles N. Buich tor many generations. Hopper Poison To Be Issued During Week 11,800 Pounds Have Alre...

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

Bni PjSsps ill , MAY 20, ' y y!/' ■-•'■t •: *>;W&'\ SWEETWATER 'mmmm J,-,. 'SsfflsPs LARGE 9 IN. Pineapple PIES 18c Strawberry Pies 25c PACE BROS. ffiD mVANTEDi Yen to Call 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazinea Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 730 a. 111. to 11:00 p. m. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try Best For Better Results" Try Charley's WOMEN'S WEARl Hats 1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON -WINliiSf Phone 2553 1 Registered Optometrists Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Roots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP LOANS — INSURANCE REALTORS 10 Section Ranch GO minutes of Sweetwater, the best buy in the picture at this time. Complete set of store fix- tures, consisting of counters, tables and shelving sufficient for 25'xl00' building. McCALL & LOW Phone 997 TAYLOR'S CAFE 'Biggest Little Pl...

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

14 Mashburns Sell Shop And Property Here To Del Rio Firm Sweetwater's largest busi- ness transfer for the year was consummated Friday when Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mashburn sold the Sweetwater Floral company, in- cluding the Mashburn resi- dence, 111 Beryle street, to Mrs. Paul Comolli and family of Del Rio. Ill health and late years were major reasons for the Mashburns selling their busi- ness, operated here continuous- ly for 18 years. Other business properties in the city are to lie retained by the couple, who are to leave shortly after the first of the month for a motor trip through the eastern states, the northwest country, and Cali- fornia. They expect to be away some time in interest of their health. Regret Expressed "It is with the deepest regret that we sever our business rela- tions with our many Sweetwat- er friends," said Mr. Mashburn. "We have enjoyed a prosperous business, with a substantial increase each year, due to the confidence and faith our friends have ke,pt in us. We...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

•'H, m TEA'. CLASSIFIED ADS w. *?; J'*- SK :# ■ BSBKK Epl SECTION II SECTION II G1 FEATURES CLASSIFIED ADS I VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1938 I ■! Mil I II NUMBER 345 Electric Refrigeration Brings New Era In American Homes I Major Item in Cutting Costs in Food Budget Economy Big Feature In All 1938 Lines Being: Shown Here Electric refrigeration has brought a new era into the American home. It has been a boon to every member of the family, more particularly to the housewife whose responsibi- lity it has been to provide a varied menu for her house- hold. Electric refrigerators have, in numerous ways, cut down the cost of home management. It has enabled the food provid- er to buy in larger and more varied quantities and to pur- chase many items offered at lower rates. This has been made possible because the house- wife is always assured of per- fect refrigeration. New Lines On Display The new 1938 refrigerators lines are now on display in the window...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1938 '> office in George SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTION II—PAGE TWO Bennttt a ''Russell i ; . IN WINTERS jf CONSIDERED it la still i the hands of the State highway the prospeet of Sweetwater being conaeet- ly with Winters and points beyond by a diract h is nearer than it ever has been. Hearing on 14 miles of highway in southeast Nobkn county for ^ in a farm-to-market highway comes up Mon- day in Austin before the commission. It is one of the jrt^fs which should definitely put the project on the way. Here is a highway project that has been given a tremendous amount of attention in past years. Ciyic, leaders, the Commissioners' Court, the County Judge and Board of City Development have been consistent in keeping attention focused on its need, year after year. Last year the county made a survey as actual start of laying out the road. Winters has just as consistently pushed the road from its end. By utilizing farm-to-market links a new direct route to Austin should eventu-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

: sunday, may 22, 1930 sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas section ii—race > a • Dabney's Great Wholesale Clearance of Used Cars Celebrating Our 20th Anniversary Here just in time for the vacation season comes Dabney's great wholesale clea ranee celebrating their 20th anniver- sary. This will be the biggest used car sale ever to be held in this area. Prices on every car in stock have been cut to wholesale. We are going to give the prospective buyer the chance to save the difference. See the $20 coupon. DABNEY ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS 1934 DcLUXE Ford Fordor Sedan Hiihhcr good. Motor overhauled New paint, car well cared for. I'misiialiy good condition. *245 .00 ATTENTION ALL FARMERS 1934 LIB. CHEVROLET TRUCK Htd and Stakes This is ;in extra clean job. A real truck good for years of hard service on the ranch. 50-50 Warranty *215 .00 ¥?rn Good For In Trade VALUABLE COUPON $20*°o ON AMY USED CAE DEAL GOOD MONDAY, TUfcSDAY, WEDNESDAY ONLY This coupon is llir same as cash whin used towa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

-1? mm&M Wridey'a ' Original Hardwater Coltf Cream SOAP Five Oders, Keg. 10c Cakes 5,or 25c Monday Only Attention Men! SAVE 75c Monday only we will al- low you a 75c trade-In value on your old straw on one of our reglar 1.50 Brittainy straw sailors. Just brirg your old hat and 75c. Save. Sweetwater, Mrs. Frank Boyd 'jixjuBTn iWliMfeLj. X V-i.'fM'- 1st Prize $2.00 Directions! In the advertisments on these two pag« vertisements containing them. The person nied by a sales slip showing the purchace of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 c ond largest number of mispelled words and complying with the regulations pertaning tf up to 6 o'clock Monday. Price winners will be announced on Tuesday. I case of tie, neatest In Cash! SEE HOw MANY MISSPELII r#a findi lock hlfi € itry i u i| r ONE DAY ONLY Greenway Specials WASH JOB AND LUBERICATION Specials 99 'We Will Call For You're Car anff Deliver It" Just Phon 2078 GREENWAY CITIES SERVICE STATION E. Broadway Sweetwater, Dr. C. L. M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

%*$••'' IMM s . **t **tO, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SE 'son 6 o' to* est WORD CONTEST! >a number of misspeled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the ad- finding the largest number of mispelled words and who precepts the ads acompa- lock p. m. Monday will recieve a first pr ice of $2 cash. The person finding the sec- ;h?first price winner will recieve a price of $1 cash. Please not entrys will be received eitry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1.00 JD WORDS YOU CAN FIND ,n Cash! SPECIALS Ladies New Smart Slacks Attractive new slacks for outdoor women, beautifully tailored in blue, brown and white with contrasting but- (p ns. This low price ef- fective Monday only. •Monday 6&C Only e Full Fashion Pure Sillc Hose Water-spot proof, ring free, full fashioned hosiery. Sheer chiffon ftur t h re d weight. Sizes 8''4 to 10"-'. >;:v 8* COLDSPOT i fgm Regular $200.00 Coldsp'jt Porcelain Finish Monday Only $ Foodex Tray...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

p15*^^^ •'^ ^ * ®p^^7 j*'^ •'*.• i'ffl^v ' 7 ' ': ^••:" f? ' svmAYt $art * 19s* US. Covey, rater. Is Speaker if It 11 Thirteen Seniors Get Diplomas in Closing Exercises Friday Night DIVIDE — Super intendent Ross S. Covey of Sweetwater schools was the conunencement speaker Friday night as t3 seniors of the Divide high sehool received their diplomas. Mr. Covey's address, The Measure of a Man", for 25 minutes held the close atten- tion of the audience which fill- ed the school auditorium to capacity. Seniors receiving their diplo- mas were Allen Hawkins, Pres- ton Lucas, Thomas Kinerd, George and Charles Boyd, Will Coffey, Willie Fay Monroe, Jes- sie Lou Monroe, Lula Mae Sif- ford, Olive May Reed, Lavinia Bradberry, and Juanita Beall. Preston Lucas, honor stu- dent of the class, gave the salu- tation, and Miss Olive May Reed made the valedictory ad- dress. The Complete Program The complete program was as follows: Processional. Eula Mae Hef- ner; invocation, the Rev. Dean Elkins; class ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

i*V V '-;4wjs-? S WUC11 WATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER,' TEXAS SECTION 1 !v i i • Attendance In Project Shows # Strong Average Toys Needed For Tots Supervised In Pfay And Education Plan _ Twenty-eight children make • up the average attendance of the WPA nursery school, round- ing out three months' operation this month. Set up for a four months' period, which lasts f through June, the sponsors of the school are to be asked for appropriations for another six months period in view of the improvement noticed among the group of children, each of whom 0 is drawn from a needy home. Each child has gained in weight and in general appear- ance it has been seen. Not only does Mrs. I. R. Wallis, super- vising manager, and her four 0 helpers, see to proper nutrition for each child, but the NYA girls have assisted. High school students have tak- en an intense interest in the school, members of the home # economics department prepar- ing several meals, and mem- bers of the speech arts depart- ment giv...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

to Farmers Be Two tnshels to Acre aga.^-'-A - Premiums May Be Paid In Grain or In Cash • At Time of Delivery Crop insurance which will guarantee insured wheat grow- ers three-fourths of an average wheat crop in 1939 will cost farmers of Nolan county an average of two bushels an acre, according to figures re- leased through the office of County Agent R. B. Tate. For insurance that guarantees one- half of an average crop, the rate will average one bushel an acre in Nolan county. Wheat crop insurance is being put into effect for the first time this year. If it proves a success on wheat, crop insur- ance may be made a permanent part of the federal agricultural" program. Premium Payment Farmers may pay the pre- mium in wheat to be delivered to a designated warehouse, or it may be paid in cash at the current price on delivery. The insurance covers all hazards, and guarantees production by acre and not quality or price, Tate said following a meeting in Coleman Thursday to discuss details w...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. MAY 22. 1938 '■j w a n ISHTAKJ COMPAM Cm OUT ^MOOTING, DETERMINED TO GAIN THE GATES AND THEIW TO THEIR COMRADES TWE PIONEERS WANTED TO HURL THEMSELVES AT THE sSAYASES, BUT TAR2AN RESTRAINED THEIR 5UIGDAL ZEAL. THEN WE LED A 5WAM RETREAT INTO A JlDE 5TREET, AND I5HTA14, BELIEVED THE WAY WA5 CLEAR. WHEN THE BLACKS JWEPT PAST TWE PIONEERS iET UPON THEM FROM TME REAR. BUT TARIAN CIRCLED AHEAD AND 5TATI0NED HIS MEN IN HIDING, WHILE HE HlfASELF CLIMBED TO TWE ROOF OF A LOW BUILDING. I jg^ /a THE APE-MAN LEAPED DOWN UPON ISHTAK, THE CHIEF. / roANWHILF, THE FIW DEFENDERS LEFf ON THE WALLS WERE POWERLESS T05TEA-. THE RAVAGE TIDE. AND THE TWO FORCES CLASHED IN MORTAL COMBAT LIKE DEMONS THEYJWARMED INTO THE TOWN. TO KILL, TO PLUNDER. TO DESTROY. />mwiwi11 « TAMAN1S FORCE, TOO WAS ON THE VERGE OF DEFEAT. AND AS THE APE-MAN .STRUGGLED WITH ISHTAK, ONE OF THE •SAVAGES JABBED A LOADED RIFLE A6AIN5T HIM! NEXT WEEK: CAL...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

t • • • • • • C • • • • * • * • • • '• • • • • • • • • • r • I a • I • mm-m - its a village carnival. let's look into this. YOU MUSIC I MUNITIONS PLANT WITH H0 N<3 c/scRe^ " t'tvf. vwrlifFV. I.f."\n $ y but there's SOMEBODY UP AWA f SO THE "GOOD DOCTOR" MAS SCRAMMED 1 hey/look in tw_ , doorway / SHOOT, RED •- KEEP HIM AWAY FROM THAT CAR i MIS SPIES PROBABLY TIPPED HIM OFF AND AT THE PLANT- TM AT AUTO - 111 . \d£r Skip"* I I I you re through/ war-maker" ,, we've got you .'/ we ve panicked mim.don — he's stalled his ' J oekd)0cjs1m\zi38 no.118 DON WlNSLQW PICKS HIS SHIPMATES WITH CARE. 2 . .VU \v>- 1C U, lM opyngM, ED NEXT WEEK (Trtit Mtrfc R«r p a Put OHictl FROM THE SQUADRON OF PEACE INITIATION RITUAL * WE ARE AGAINST WAR — WE WILL BE PATRIOTIC CITIZENS "WE BELIEVE IN PREPAREDNESS TO PROTECT OUR FREEDOM. AND LIBERTY-- WE WILL LEAD CLEAN LIVES-- " S-t~L BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout ■s Mutiny By UEUT. COMDR. F. V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. YOU and YER CRAFTY IDEAS-- A 7^ 7 smut up, you gutter-...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

VOU SAIO IT, FOOZV— \ ITM > T.M. M6. ii.8.pat. of TROOPS CAW DRILL WITH WELL AMY OLD KIND OF CLUBS, OOP WE'RE A &UT WHEN THEY MEET NOW ALL SET-V™' ENEMY THEy GOTTA A LOT OF /HAVE GOOD WEAPONS BUSINESS ^ *!■ *EVE <*OT /£M' FOR. US TO rfUEV 20fo I *<F002VJS®' MUNITIONS GET/ LACKERS' AH" (AW! HARK. WHAT THAT?/ 1Ht LEMIAN ARMY'S .J/ APPROACHING DRUMS BY GUM ARMV H ready SIZE WHALE' FOOZV / WE'VE GOT ( RIGHT VOU ARE, TDO SUMPIN.' IT'S > AW' K)0 TIME TO OUR PATRIOTIC / WASTE/WE'LL DUTY TSEE THAT ( GO SEE GUZ- OUR ARMY IS \C'MON, A\AKE PROPERLV EQUIPPED ALLEY OOP AMD FOOZY T'SEE YOU, ' ^ "N. si Q THEM TWO x SLACKERS? HMPH OH, WELL,SHOW 'EM INI/ 0^ IliS • AUSTRALIA 0 • * IN line with our discussions on the probability of the existence in prehistoric times of a well-populated continent in the Atlantic Ocean (Atlantis), our text today deals with the theory of its sphere of influence. The remarkable resemblance to one another of various types of ancient architecture, hieroglyph...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

L, .....i;:.-rirv .•/ .V... I """" COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • c> • • • • • « • % • • • • • H • « • •# • \ • f • • • H • H • v • l ITS GOT ME SWINGING ON GATES ' HAVE XDU STOPPED THAT DEMON ON <5LiTTA-PEKCHA YET? WELL,PON'T W0RRV; I GOT AKJ IDEA THAT WORK—1 PUT A BiG MAGNJET OW MV CAR AND ETC - ETC THERE ME IS CAN'T THAN m ' i/ti % t/f - V V- f ■< ' I IMI— —■ I ll HAH ~ SO "THAT'S TH1 BIG ATTRACTION MAGKJETIC PERSONALITY / VOU LiKEP MY I PEA SO WELL YOU'RE PRESENTING ME WITH A DUCK? OH« THANK YOU, POLITELY/ STOP/ © t) :iATWi«J TaWi. yc/U OUurS WATER LILIES rv ' vs^vs — L . 2 ' -si* '« ' A V, : 9) p COPR. 1V38 BY NEA SERVICE INC V- / „ A OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE SIR, THAT'S AM INCUBATOR FROM SNUFFY FOR sfc IO HATCHEP SOOO CHICKS INj LAST f 7— — T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF, HATCH THAN THAT T YEH, MV UNCLE PEACH 1 WENT INTO TH'CHICKEN BUSINESS ONCE/HE GOT TO BE SUCH A BAD EGG THAT TH' COPS BEAT HIM UP WITH A PITCHFORK, AND LED H...

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

K Granpa WHEEZLER, THATS MOM'S POP WAS A CIVIL WAR VEGETARIAN. HE MARRIEP 6RANMA WHEN HE WAS EIGHTY-ONE AN' SHE WAS SIXTEEN AN' TWO- THIRDS. v4'7'V' If . : • Bill fe' shbwm cbrtiiya rimarkbtable persin* JOE PALOOKA IMSS. Mt-Niiu^hl SyndlMt#, I nr. lissenv after all- knowin' all th' sassietv swells we know, ya gotta be able 'talk their langwidge. i'd much pat her go to see a cowboy pitcher. i\\i 15-22 ~ ye r goin' to th' art exhibit at , mrs. fritewig's. your gonna git some culture if it kills YA/ i it's a new thing in art, sassiety is goin' nuts fer it. she got th' original paintin's we saw in th' magazine. i guess i j never will * git smart. i thought they was awful.jist rldikalousf J this my deah friends is mister smelli's portrait of a *nympth at a horse trough'/ x paid him ten thousand for it. § what down MAKE KNOW outa J-AND NOW IT IS MY PRIVILEGE TO PRESENT SIGNOR SMELL! HIMSELF. HE WILL HONOR US WITH A few words. THE HORSE\ IS THE HAT IS THE MOO. TWINKLE TWINKLE IN THE SKY— T...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

o • % • 1 % • % • % 4 «# • ! * • H «• t H I'M NOT GOING A BUNCH OF SISSY KIDS'LL BE THERE. kJOT ONE OF AAV (SANG WAS INVITED WHY, WILLIS, IT S ALMOST EIGHT OfcLOCK.' 1 THOUGHT YOU WERE INVITED TO A MASQUERADE PARTY TONIGHT THAT'S THE TROUBLE WITH VOL). YOU NEVER PLAY WITH MICE BOYS J.R.WILUAM^ 8. MT. Off. I THE IDEA OF WOT GO- ING TO A MASQUER- ADE JUST BECAUSE your HOODLUM FRIENDS WEREN'T INVITED.' IT WOULDN'T HURT YOU rR TO MINGLE WITH Iai NICE GIRLS AND BOYS AND LEACM , *m YOUR SISTER IS RIGHT, WILLIS. IP VOU'D PAY ATTENTION TO SOME OF HER SUG GESTIONS YOU'D BE BETTER OFF. SHE'S OLDER YOU KNOW yeah - but not old enough to mind her own business/ we won t argue . you re GOING to that masquer ade party.' run right up stairs amd dress up some way. lil will help vou -some manwers " -1, , ( MY HAT.' my NEW Wf BOY/ I'LL SAY I W DON'T / NOT WP OklAY/ OKAY! BUT I DON'T NEED ANY WELL, HOW DO 1 LOOk-1 DRESS / MY SHOES WITH TH' IDEA 1 GOT I AND STOCKINGS L /""fvu,, ( kjow she 5 spoiled every...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 May 1938

*' v.' '•> -f-'v •" ' THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS Dirks, dots der cheese? help nice der mam*ia uno comes der dele NI0BLERS.' DIDN'T I 5AID DER BROILED 5MACKEREL VOS FOR DER .STORK ? CHUST FOR DOT COMES A AIL DAY CHOGRAPHV LESSON - StT DOWN? UND YOU SAY TURKENTINE GlFFS OER FLAFOR MORE PEP,EH? GOOD UND TI6HT 50 DEV SHOULDN'T FLOP off.- dot's wi(e .• ItSy I V/OULDN T 5 AY VOP UND I V/OULDNT 5AV NOPE , BUT VAIT UND SEE -cumtess tum oer M<?u 'V \ff Rnv nunrfrs: ho&OKE^ ; HAWAII^, ■ • ' -•1' - ii HI MM EL f vhy for so QUICK? sot- NOW RUN ALONG LIKE A GOOD FELLER UND PLAY.' oky doky Bl6 BOV, GET l?EADY der applftite* 5AY -AH C loo^ ( * i / M>R°R WISCONSIN ) Pa Due a h ) ^—* LOW LIFE • OUDT F(jM MY 5IGHT BEFORE I .SLOSH YOU MiT DER i TUB EULl stop HEY/look oudt, dot vash ain't yet pry.' \ \ BUMMER ■' P) ^ " I fopr IJll h, foiled Ftklurr SrbMclto, far . . ' •_" O" -*M rt.hU ?r" I>/XK s •W ■ 2-4 • * :J m 9 HAWKSHAW (he DETECTIVE - U/AT3}!s Own fault, as 1 usual! he LcANTHDTD MOG...

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