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

i r - "y, ' ' " * C.f'V i:.v ■ ' ? •. Degree Murder Charges Filed In Cline's Iras* of a Irs. |gh- lleft« toy- lap- |ght ley at Ithis# I the lore lake |out- for a# /ith 3os- vell by JWill Ither# EN ICQ' tM • .I > i ily tn MI it * i 0 e> ill 0 -«■ Sweetwater Reporter Fisher County Boys to State Meet NUMBER XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 NUMBER 52 OIL WORKERS CRITICIZE ALLRED Telling of Finding Peter Levine s Body Union Men Oppose p i . His Invite to roillicai Photo by NEA Helmer Strong, left, a yacht captain employed liy Mrs. Louis l.selin, showing a reporter the spot on tlie heach of the Isclin estate at Davenport Neck, on Lung Island sound, where he found the body of Peter Levine, 12-year old New Kochelle, X. V., hoy who was kidnaped Feb- ruary 2-1. The boy apparently had been killed soon after the kidnaping. Chicanery Blasted By Qov. A lived AUSTIN—(UP)—Gov. James V. Allred today joined the pro- test against the name of Vern- est O. Thompson of Dallas go- ClO af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

THURSDAY, JUNE X tW* TakesiiBver Recreation Club Place In Softball League Musters . trength From lined Tens New Eniry May Open Action On Tonight's Program v'.A ' Roscoe has acquired the Rec reation club franchise, owned by Manager Wesley Whitman, and is to take over that team in the Sweetwater Softball Rec- reation loop Monday, with a possibility they might start to- night against Magnolia-Medico. Roscoe has defeated teams from Abilene in several con- tests, and will have a strong contenders in the race; several of the Recreation players be- ing Roscoe residents. Roscoe club, coached by George Parks, well knonw hardball players, will use men of the Recreation club and add its own list to the roster to get the required IS for league play. The entry of the men's club makes two teams from Roscoe in play in the league. The Ros- coe girls team is leading its division. League Leaders In Play Tonight Play will be resumed tonight in the Sweetwater Softball Rec- reation loop after one night ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

mm B% . • ,;*v • /••'■?' < , rv\F/y V . '"■-: - • '•■ rajWj - ip '** 1^" V ;--; ■" ';p 'fE •'•■• " ■•/"••' • IJJj^, - •;;; • 1 ?• -' ■ v w;*- '- ' • ■ • —Tfc. •'*" Jj tgii_ JL M~' ' 'a A<m' THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938. SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 'FACE «i «> .Plans Made To Combat Fascist Work In South Americ •j • J • I Congressional • Junket To Be Made This Fall ) Party to Make Stops at Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo, Buenos Aires ) WASHINGTON — (UP) — The government's "luxury" line to the east coast of South Am- erica, allegedly designed to com- bat fascist propaganda, will be inaugurated formally on Sep- 9 tember 1 by a junket of con- gressmen and federal officials headed by Chairman Emory S. Land of the U. S. Maritime com- mission. The party, it was learned, will ® make stops at Santos and Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, at Monte- video in Uruguay and at Buenoi Aires in Argentina. Land may carry a special message from President Roosevelt to empha • size the establish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

PAGE FOUR are the meek; for they *hall inherit earth.-—Matthew 5;5. Humility, that low sweet root from which all heavenly virtues shoot.—Moore. o MODERN WARFARE HAS ALL OLD ATTRIBUTES The claims that modem warfare had so been per- : fecte^ that it could not possibly last long seems refut- ed in both Spain and China. Spain has been at war for more than fifteen months and Japan invaded China more'than a year ago. If anything, this is all the great- er indictment of war as a means of settling quarrels. In spite of the perfection of science war continues to be a horrible business, just as prolonged as ever and shaking the economic foundations, of those who take part, to the very bottom. Every dollar that man spends for armaments and war preparations withdraws from domestic pursuits that much capital. The irony of the whole situation lies in the fact but for a few men the world would be at peace today. Editorials— SWEETWAim TEXAS —Features THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938 PH ;-9: PS!1©5?' ■' CSffi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

ble led Jgs Ind It. fly lib- j'ia- Ibi- lllie fag- Jay ned lima ♦ pon, lot J.' Ww fellSoP'^f^P P%|iP 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE Secretary of Committee Takes Hand in Affair Col. Thompson Takes Rap At McCraw in Latter's Handling of Rate Case DALLAS — (UP) — V. 0. Thompson, Dallas, candidate for governor, continued his silence today as an argument flared as to whether the initial V. stood for Vernest or Vivian. Thompson filed his candidacy with the State Democratic com- mittee as Vernest, and support- ers of Col. Ernest O. Thompson, Amarillo, also a gubernatorial candidate, charged that he was attempting to capitalize on the similiary^ of names. Robert S. Quillan, secretary of the central democratic executive committee, said that V. O. Thompson's name would not be placed on the primary ballot for July 23 unless the state com- mittee certified it as correct. James Wright, youthful cam- paign manager, insisted that the name was Vernest O. Thomp- son. WrTght said tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

ves Way Airport nt in Growing Karakul Sheep r Ranchman Finds a New Source of Income SNYDER—The funny, frteridlyj animals that are be- ing bre3 by Edd Miller, veteran Borden and Scur- fy county ranchman, on his borne place a mile south of Snyder may prove to be one of West Texas' most re- nurtitrative sources of in- come within a few years. This is no idle dream whep you consider what Miller has done with Kara- kul sheep. He has seen a number of fine lambs add- ed to his herd, which now numbers 31. He appreciates the thriftiness, the quick growth, and the remarkable hardiness of the black ani- mals. Most important factor of all is that the fur or wool —which can be marketed in three stages—brought Miller a nice premium last year, al- though there is no market for the Karakul in Texas. May Surpass Other Sheep When more knowledge in caring for the sheep is learned and a market for them established in Texas, Miller believes the Karakul will become an even great- er source of revenue tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

W' m ifc W0t<CSS£^V; «« m 1 ( TltotSDAV, Jttte 2, 1 S8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEtAi Behind the Ears Anybody can wash the sur- face of your car. But that's only the beginning with us. We scrub it clean from bumper to bumper. Pick- up and delivery. Dial 2872. SPECIAL COUPON Expert 1.00 /||M Wash Job .... D/C Vacuum Clean Free "POP'S IS TOPS" Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair (Next to Service Welding Company) WOMEN'S WEARl Hats Hose ..1.00 to 4.95 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Dine Dance LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. • Made on Your Income And Credit Record • Open Note • 3 Years to Repay « No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. i Jennings Lumber Co. 300 \V. 3rd Dial 2701 Dancing EVERY NfGHT To Music of Charlie Johnson and his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 June 1938

... . a i ks Permission L'o Withdraw Its vious Ruling ' Counsel Says Final ; Action Held Up Since Records Incomplete •/l WASHINGTON — (UP) — The national labor relations board today announced it had asked the sixth circuit court of. appeals to permit withdrawal of Its decision against the Ford Motor Co., or remand the case to the board for further pro- ceedings. The motions, filed by Acting General Counsel Robert Watts with the Covington, Ky., court, cited the supreme court deci- sion in the Republic Steel corp- oration case yesterday as auth- ority for the request. The high tribunal ruled that the third cicuit at Philadelphia could not enjoin the board from setting aside the Republic decision be- fore a record had been filed with the court. "Clearly the decision is ap- plicable to the case herein," the board said. The NLRB said the record filed in the Ford case was in- complete and does not show "the final action, review of which the statute provides, and is not the entire record u...

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

o Itv lid sr- 3n- |an ld ia Ind Ihe nch# 0 V'/•< « ■■ • ROTAN SUFFERS $15,000 DAMAGE M M M M W M. M. M. M. M. M Severe Hail Rakes City Last Night STORM Champ Speller By Mm. P. B. Knott ROTAN—The most devastating hailstorm in the history of this Fisher county town struck here about 7:30 o'clock last night causing damages estimated at more than $15,000 to business hous- es, residences, gardens, crops, lawns, automobiles and other property. The storm which approached from the northwest, was preced- ed by a blinding sandstorm and^- cyclonic winds, reaching an es- timated velocity of 60 miles an hour. Shingles, torn loose by wind driven hailstones, some nearly as large as hen eggs, were ripped, from residences and strewn over Rotan. Plate Glaw Blown Out Plate glass windows in the Philllns and Young Drug stores were blown out, the skylight in the F. & M. tailorship was beat- en out and the place flooded by water, damaging machinery and clothing left there by pa- trons of the shop. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

Lower Food Prices! Bewleys Best 6 lb. Bag 12 lbs. 24 lbs. 48 lbs. FLOUR 29c 49c 89c $i-S9 19c Pure Cane Sugar 25 lb. 25c Size OXYDOL Carnation MILK SMALL CAN 25c Picnic, AH Green | Asparagus Tips 19® Thes^Are Cash and Ca rry Specials for Saturday A Real Value Sugar Corn 2 - 1>C Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh PINEAPPLES Large Size 2 For 29c Fresh Crisp BEANS Sunkist ORANGES Sunkist LEMONS 23c Med. Size Doz, lb £c 25c PEPPER 12c Bell Fresh| TOMATOES Glen Valley PEAS Tetleys TEA Jersey Corn Flakes Gold Bar No. 2 Can PEACHES Quart Can SYRUP CATSUP Ribbon Cane SVMP lull™ 49c I«g League Leaders Take Stronger Hold With Win Sport Shots Magnolia-Medicos Defeat New Entry In Abbreviated Tilt In a contest abbreviated by rain and dust, Magnolia-Medico turned back the desperate chal- lenge of the newly-entered Ros- coe club in a game last night at City Park, 16 to 2. The con- test went five innings before the weather finally stopped play; lightning flashed and an occasional sprinkle fell, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

_ •' • ••• v;.. • •• ? 1 . ■ n W: * v E H • 76*1 FRIDAY, JUNE 3> 193ft SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS w •" ■ j:-w* mes • • • # % t • 1 • « i * • * • t • i I • : •! Puffed Standard Lg. Botile Catsup 9c Wheat 10c Cello Bag (2 Limit) 5 Libby's Apple Butter 19c 22-0z. Jar (2 Limit) 12< La Salle Vienna Sausage Reg. Can l%C Lifebuoy (4 Limit) Soap ear 5 c (2 Limit) "" &&&&& , W88& "A' mmmi GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY. ORDERS OVER $1.50 DELIVERED FREE *"< M"** *' wj#? >* f yW%>* " I' *'} ffyrfy "X" i ■ma — * GATHERED FRESH YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Yellow Dent Dozen California Iceberg 2^6 Lettuce Roasting Ears - • Green Well Filled Blackeyed ^ -g White or Yellow 0^ "I Peas - 4fC Squash X 2 ® Fancy TftJI jl Trt|"C See This Mammoth 5"lt). Basket fif ft I Ulfln I Utu Klay "f """"' EACH __■ -* Louisiana Wax Large Red Delicious ib. v 2C Beans - « - ib. y® Apples - wifl 6 Short Red Stem c Rhubarb BEETS ^ Florida Bell Car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

I! \r Jt if FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938 SWEETWATER. TEXAS PAGE FOUR m Cheerful Thought Leaders LOOKINC v/ACATIOM mm ■, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920 •too ?ne. wwiwurf iiT second office In Svwrtwater, George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs O. THOMPSON GETS WORTH IN PUBLICITY ' what one Vernest Q. Thompson really wanted was city for himself when he paid $100 to put his name i the July 23 primary ballot for the office of gov- nor, he has gotten plenty for his money. Few fair- Iprl people will believe the gentleman felt he was ^called" to become a candidate for the state's highest btfice. If he had wished to recognize the American con- ception of fair-play he would have filed as V. 0. Thomp- son in consideration of a candidate, Ernest O. Thomp- son, who had already filed for the office and Who has fcgen elected by the votes of the people to another high State office and has therefore gained public following. i Whatever is the outcome of this rather serious " " predicament confronting Texas voters, wha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

1° le li- re ft. ii- h- |sil to- ld e for le prs las Jiat He |er- |iat ?h- • • • • WW'" .'- ' ^ ■?; " • • ■,r:' ■iaw PAtJK BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FOR LESS PACE BROS. SELL FORI ————— ! ■ ... in You're sure of real quality when you shop at our market. Our prices are the lowest. . . our fresh supply of all fruits and vegetables is complete. Shop well ... at Pace Bros. SPECIAL HEART'S DELIGHT CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SALE! Beans Tomatoes LOWER FLOOR PRICES Kansas' Best 4& Lbs. ... 1*43 24 ™>s 75® Yukon's Best 48 Lbs. 175 24 l,s 89c Hearts Delight TOMATO JUICE 4 10c 12 oz. cans. HEARTS DELIGHT PINEAPPLE JUICE PLUM, PEACH. PEAR. APRICOT JUICE PINEAPPLE 3 FLAT CANS CRUSHED OR SLICED Cans Hearts Delight No. 2 Vi Cans APRICOTS PEARS In Heavy Syrup 2 Cans 37 C Hearts Delight Fancy ASPA'GUS Sle..15c Picnic Tin Green Tips .... Hearts Delight Asparagu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

ib Is At Highland of the Highland itrlct met Monday, for itlon of a study club to ited through the sum- months. Laura Chambers, teacher Economics in the school, as chairman for the elec- tion of officers. Mrs. Robert Wright was nam- ed chairman; Mrs. W. J. Hug- gins, vice-chairman; Mrs. T. N. Collins, secretary-treasurer; Miss Chambers, parliamentarian and 1 1 SPORTS SHIRTS For Leisure It's "Skipper" $1.00 MAIS SHOP Doscher Bldg. Whitten and Simmons Mrs. Bascom Hartgaves, report- er. The club is to convene at the school from 3:30 to 4:30 the first and fourth Tuesday after- noons of, each month. The fiwt three months are to be devoted to the study of Tex- as. Attending the session were Mmes. K. L. Daugherty, J. A. Pratt, W. J. Huggins, Jeff Por- ter, T. N. Collins, Robert Wright, Hartgraves and Miss Chambers. * * * Odd Fellows Plan Public Meeting A public meeting in the Odd Fellows hall at 114 Oak street will be addressed tonight by W. W. Finch, Amarillo. Finch is connected with the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 June 1938

t f t t s e 9 ■ W * mi' lysss. i FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1938 <p SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Behind the Ears Anybody can wash the sur- face of your car. But that's only the beginning with us. We scrub it clean from A bumper to bumper. Pick- up and delivery. Dial 2872. SPECIAL COUPON Expert 1.00 /a. Wash Job 0?C Vacuum Clean Free "POP'S IS TOPS" Bvoiighton Motor 1 Company 1st Door N Jtluc Itounct Hotel "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better r Results" i O ' / Try Charley's i \ Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair A (Next to Service Welding f Company) i women's wear: Hals ... .1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 hudson-winn Phone 2553 D & D Til VI CITY 2067 I MAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service WE CAN'T Please thorn all—but we do our best to please you. Four competent barbers to serve you. Ij.M.C. barber shop Ladies—Men—Children B. \V. White, Prop. «W A...

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

SO ' • ■ re-. 133 Children were 133 children ex- In the seven pre-school ences held in Nolan coun- .. ' during May. The round-ups children who are entering ■ acnool for the next year were .. Sponsored by the various par- ent-teacher groups and the No- lan County Health unit. Parents who were unable to bring their children to the con- ferences are asked to see their family physician or to visit the unit any Saturday. Of the number examined 201 defects were found. They were as follows: Eyes 13, throats 28, genital 22, nutrition 59, teeth 71, abdomen and speech 3 each, nose, skin and ear 1 each. Children were inspected in the Philip Nolan, J. P. Cowen, John R. Lewis, Highland, Ros- coe, Blaekwell and Divide schools. $2,700 Needed In Area Hit By Storm BRECKENRIDGE — Commit- tees formed to estimate Ivan's need for rehabilitation after the recent tornado have approved a| fund of $2,700 to be sent to the community by the national Red Cross organization. The survey revealed that 12 families...

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

j ii iT'/f? • *' " $•* /-T-^r'$rf $(§■I '* wmmwmiti ' --';V ■'' • if «a v* 1st Til le a an ?• 3r lm In- pc- • Entire Southwest Swept By Storm By United Pre** <P- Tornadoes, rain, hailstorms and lightning brought death to five persons and caused damage to property and growing crops estimated at hundreds of thou- sands of dollars in Kansas, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma Friday night and Saturday. Lightning killed four persons, two at the Kansas City open golf tournament, and two in oil fields at Thornton, Texas. Mar- lin Thomas stepped on a high tension line the wind blew down and was killed at Lawton, Okla. Wichita Falls, Sweetwater, Archer City, Rotan and Breck- enridge were other Texas cities hit worst. Seven persons were injured in a tornado which struck Grandfield, Okla., and leveled eleven buildings. Wichita Falls Hurt Wichita Falls bore the brunt of a 60-mile an hour wind. Four- teen persons were injured, sev- eral critically at the KMA oil field on the outskirts of the city....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

'•I': , _ ' ' WSSmWei *m^mm lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 K'"-< no Recital Is Qiven JBy Mrs. Russell Bennitt -■jr MRS. IONE D. PERRY ! Displaying excellent pretive ability, t e c h n i q . warmth or tone and geni - musicianship in the rendition , well balanced program, ' Russell. Bennitt proved .herself a talented pianist and entertain- er, and merited the enthusias- ' tic applause which she received . at the conclusion of each group of piano compositions at a musi- cal soiree Thursday afternoon at her home, 1302 Bell, honoring members of the Sorosis club and Mrs. Stuart Southern Shultz, a ..pianist and a recent bride, the - -.former Miss Mary Jane Dulaney. Fifty guests enjoyed the mu- ~«icale, which was opened with .two lively and Gavottes by •Bach (No. 1 in G. Minor and No. 2 in G. Major.) The second number, "Allegro in G by Handel," had a flowing melody embellished with grace- ful turns and broken chords It was played with a light tone suited to the clavier period. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

' ■ . v?v UlltnAV ' WTM* < MM SWEETWATKR SWEETWATER, TEXAS • • ) ; • ) 1 9! ) 1 ) 4 .'• I O ) > i) O 0 *) • > « 1 1 4 1 1 • i ' , • I ivf' "■ fpWM immSSmmmm Women's Interest Clubs • Churches eLOSu i— Society Editor Dial More Than 200 Attend Reception For Dun laps THE HOME of Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Steakley, 910 Josephine, was the scene of a beautifully appointed reception Thursday even- ing honoring the Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Dunlap and Miss lone King as an observance of the sixth anniversary of the pastorate of Mr. Dunlap at the First Baptist- church. The Women's Missionary union, of which Mrs. Steakley is president, sponsored the recep- tion. More than 200 members of the church and specially invit- _ - T 1 Mrs. Jack Yarbrough Heads Club ed guests called between 8 and 10 o'clock to extend good wish- es to the honorees. The reception was open house for all meml)ers of the church, the Ministerial Alliance, and leaders of civic clubs. A color note of pink, white and yellow was empha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

m&sim i' ; fc " B !? I ■ „JHS&pEl mmmt* BMresgssa ndh .'-i- .*■ ;>!':' ' • r ■ /'•■"■ BNPMBi *S®! w> t I® icipal Atiditorium Scene Of Varied Events In 12 Years Abilene Legionnaire in Race For National Committeeman LARRY DANIEL Miss Mullins Back From Baylor-Belton Affairs ited In Season From Prima Donnas To Circus Clowns Character Range Iplfv v.' i By J. PALMER LEEPER Circuses, operettas, boxers, murders, violinists, romances Broadway revues, weddings, magicians, prima donnas, mon- keys, pugilists, elephants, chorines,'goats, minstrels, bands, and pageants, have all trod the boards Qf the Sweetwater Municipal auditorium during the past twelve years. Opened in 1926, the auditori- um has had such outstanding entertainers as the Ziegfeld Fol- lier, Sir Henry Lauder, famed Scotch entertainer, the Broad- way hit. Rio Rita, Ruth St. Den- is ballet with Ted Shawn and Lewis Russell and the Sweet- water Little Theater. Approximately fifty programs Miss Rubye Mullins. daughter ac...

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