ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sweetwater Reporter Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 42,753 items from Sweetwater Reporter, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
42,753 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

OTfHF' «8* TO* • • v * '• v "' .WW. /mP'V ■«*' • . 2 •" WW ■ *W. ' - K i w iaH RTEB, SWEETWATER, TEXAS hi • Superior Play Beats Battling # Gulf Softballers Thrilling Moments Make Up For Gaps m In Team Scoring Magnolia-Medico established its superiority in every phase of the game Friday night to defeat a fighting Gulf crew, 14 # to 2 in an important clash in the Sweetwater Softball Recre- ation loop. The victory gave M. & M. a two-game lead over Gulf and the two do not meet again ^ until Friday week, June 17. For the second consecutive contest, Magnolia-Medico played errorless ball and, added to their lusty hitting, took the lead in the second inning, never to 0 be headed. Gulf Rally Short Gulf rallied desperately in the closing minutes, scoring two runs in the final inning; but the heavy lead of Magnolia- 9 Medico was too much for the battling Gulfers. The game produced many thrills, notwithstanding the one- sided score. Few players ad- £ vanced on the bases except by solid hits...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

SWEETWATER REMOTER, SWEETWATER* TEXAS SUNDAY. JURE ~ S, WM 3 S l a'.ws u jflui [«• i i iJ KU I ■l r IE SCIENCE "Clod the Only Cause and Cre- atipf" is the subject of the les- till ■M'ltion to be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, to- day. The golden text is: "Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glo- ry and honor and power: for thou hast created all things, and lor thy pleasure they are and were created." (Revelation 4:11.) Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the following: "Thine, O Lord, js the greatness and the pow- er and the glory, and the vic- tory, and the majesty: for all that Is in the heaven and in the earth is thine: thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and thou art exalted as head above all." (I Chronicles 29:11). The lesson-sermon also in- cludes the following passage from the Christian Science text- book. "The divine Principle, or Spirit, comprehends and ex- presses all, and all must there- fore be as perfect as the divine principle is perfect." (pa...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

ESS 3 3 101J p )D" MAY, JUNE S, 1938 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 . Wash Job .... O7C Vacuum Ciean 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 WEAR Hats Hose . .1.00 to 4.95 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 J — Dine Dance LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. • Made on Your Income Ami Credit Record 0 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. Jennings Lumber Co. 300 W. 3rd Dial 2701 Dancing EVERY NIGHT To Music of Charlie Johnson and his Blue Rhythm Swingsters Music that pleases — food that's swel...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

SUNDAY*- JUNE S, 199* ring Tag Day Builds RES : • 7T^ For Junior Study Books' W \ ints Make ive To Boost lic Library '2.'•Theater Manager W Stages Show For lifV ^ Workers Saturday its. ■■a ® 3"he annual spring tog day for the public library wan held Sat- urday, netting $15.75 which will IJc used to purchase books suit- Afcile for juniors and school stu- ffcnt.s for vacation reading ~ Fourteen junior h'gh school girls sold the tags during Sat- grdav morning and were com- plimented with a thentre party at the Texas, through the cour- tesy of Manager H. M. Rogers, in the afternoon, and were ser- ved ice cream through the Courtesy of Vandervoort's. r .Zenna Lee Harrell ana Cry- stine White sold the most tags and won a year's membership ticket to the public library. 'Memberships for six months were won by Mary Clark and Vera Lee Dodson, while the three months tickets were given to all other participants in- cluding Fay White, Gene Lang- ley, Bettie .Jo Whitten, Dawn Hawley, Kylene Blacke...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

* I fto |o s I", es. > ne ■in- ter ler the ) 0 IV- [iay ve late fain I nee R. Irian n J his Jday on GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS ( NUMBER XLI SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1938 NUMBER 54 Many Projects Launched In 1938 Building Activities Business Firms Construct New Homes For City Residences Go Up With Many Repair Jobs Now Underway Sweetwater building permits for the week totaled $2,635, and brought the 1938 total to $92,- 7(M. Largest single project is the $1,000 machine shop being con- structed by A. E. Hrbacek on West Broadway, as an adjunct to his esablished business. Con- struction already is underway. Other permits during the week included residence repair, and one and two room additions. C. M. Arbaugh will make two residence additions of two rooms on Fisher street, at an estimat- ed cost of $150 each. John B. Cannal will add a residence room at 708 Bell street to cost $90. Clark B...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

$ TIME, WORRY AND MONEY USE OWR I DAMP WASH ' f \ o "°unte 3QC « 3c EACH ADDITIONEL POUND Call 624 Mr. A. H. ^udor, Sweetwater SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Phon 624 300 Pairs Of White Shoes Special Factory JL-'Jl *ti Ciose-Ovts Rear. 3.95 Yalues ... i \ I -v , . Our buyer has just returned from market where he made this wonderfull purchase. Stylish shoes in high, medium and low heels. Cut out sandel types, straps and pumps. You Must See These. Come Early! This Sale Lasts All Week . ■ - OTHER SHOES VALUES TO $6.00 SPECIAL 1 OO tftC A fiC PRICES I«77 i|i03 Parise Fashion—Connies—Natural Poise ,'S SHOE DEPT. The Dept. of Hundreds of Styles Alii - ! { ' - hi UV'tijAi} Fulton Full 7-inch Steel Blades that hold their edje. Strong asch handles solidly anchored. Buy now. Save. ■ Reg. 59c Value ■'.J'!- v Monday 27® Only wmrwit~*r~wk : r ■' " " "■ ■ 11 1-2 x 14 inch Medicine . 9 ' CABINET . Crystal clear mirored door. Handy for odds and ends in the bath. Two utility steel shelves. $ Her/. $129 Valu...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

SUNDAY, JUNE S, WS* Sfi SWEETWATER HEPOHTEft, SWEETWXTEB, TEXAS T SECTION It—PACE Oil MOP • Well cushioned steel frame liart shaped to pro- teckt furniture. Well made for long useful ser- ^ vice. 39c Values - Monday 26c Only Special Assortment BRASSIERES Complete selection of styles if you hurry. Lace insert, elastic backs. Sizes 30-52. Spe- cially priced for 1 <lay only. Values up to 29c Monday J2« Only BUCK AND CO. Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texas Thriller Days Sale Now In Progress SPECIALS FOR MONDAY and TUESDAY 100 Pr. 100 Pr. Ladies Shoes Ladies Shoes Sandel Type Broken Sizs 1.9S $1.00 See these exceptional All better shoes. Priced valus. Save. low for quick cleerance. All Spring Shoes Reduced CO WEN'S Mrs. Denness Redden, Sweetwater MONDAY SPECIALS! Milk Magnezia TOOTH PASTE - - 4QC 500 Perfection CLEANSING TISSUE 23c Full Pint ROBBING ALCAHOL 21c HOTEL°BLD&. DRUG STORE w^Sol PELLED WORD CONTEST • A . I I -; V,:.T III SWEETWATER « • l shoppers that seek out the treasure of b...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

<&«'.•2i:£t P||P| p? ju ■ :i:...^ -V^r ■■ or-^tf ^#.#'': ■■■:';"■■:;• jji& Oflorft^Benum^a&r'RuaMU Bennitt, Pub* SUNDAY, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTION U—PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER'S GROWTH TIED ftO &QCAL INDUSTRY J Nothing could be truer about this community than, ♦.hflf Sweetwater industries are responsible for its growth past and future. The commerce of Sweetwater Ib its economic life-blood. Capital that is invested here In business institutions represents an earnestness to bm'H this city and make it prosper. There is no sub- stitute for the faith in a community that is evidenced by investment in an establishment that puts people to work. One of our sins of commission is that we take so much of what exists around us for granted. We do not analyze the factors back of our many com- mercial enterprises. They are with us every day and their real importance is seldom recognized. Not unless something happens to disturb the even • tenor of their way do we give them serious thoug...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

o COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. jiJNK 3. C'W • w It'- o J vc e. be llts I# 37a-6-S-3© ■HMM n bv Edgar Rice Burroughs w Cobf 19J«. Ed« r R'ce Burrou«H' Ine --Tin ir S Pat J Off- Produced b* Famous Books «nd Plijj. Distributed by UNIT'Ed"1 FEATURE SYNDICATE, Inc. THE MYJTERI0U5 SKELETONS 1 m ¥ 14 I N r - <_ HOMEWARD BOUND, TARTAN CHANGED WIS COURSE TO EXPLORE NEW TFRRJTDRYl , HIS WAS A FREE, QUESTING W SPIRIT, EAGER TO UNCOVER THE ENDLESS MVSTERlES * shrouded by the wilderness. SUDDENLY HE STOPPED, SURPRISED. BEFORE HIM TOWERED A GREAT WALL, EVIDENTLY BUILT BY A HIGHLY CIVILIZED RACE tarzanlt blood quickened. th£ wall was a challenge. me" must know what- secrets lav BEVOND. v — w ± AJ aW l r TO COMMON WEN IT WAS A COMPLETE BARRIER; TO THE MIGHTY APE-MAN IT WAS A SMALL OBSTACLE! ;1JT ONCE CN THE SUMMIT, HE SAW NOTHING BUT THE SHADOWED JUNGLE TARZM DROPPED DOWN. WARILY HE CREPT THROUGH THE FOREST, FOR ANY TREE MIGHT MASK A FOE. / t* THE...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

' ' v / J ... ifflHWf HI p , :';1§i|| Hifea.; tlwl . m- ■ i«WI MEBSE \WVb SOOVC Hf\6 60T 60METVMN , M "WW o-~ais*® ' : 'r:- / ■ iil&^H: Wmm mm WMM r mmmM ^§pf H ; $Swk P ■9BPp* '£& ■ jSfesKj. apai P^B f ^i,, c^i JMHpV -« MSiliS iiifipil ffit/'Vil/iiL^nWf'ur^f' .^ij)i/iYi/ii>l Wumi II -\T <bKV6 V^AV\HK6tT PsK>Y VOttETO W>\"\V\ VOOR SV/OfcE\\t ,TW TO6"^ "^VW^Cb V'<bO"W\ DO \<b 'TO-OETfcRmit 'V\£R CttM^fcCTfcR.- VbTVOb , Vi'TWENi %%l'ii |#&i #v:;:.ki WEU_ ,TVW m\<t<b AV\_ R\6V\\ 1 fOOVO. VESSEE. - '\6 SHE /\ <b"\RO^(b CHKfcfcCTEft? VOO'RE 00660K}E R\6V\T "\€> 5v\E <bE\SV=>vC?. tOKW) ~ EXCEPT' WAEK> 6V\t V/OfcUVb V\ER OV/O^i M'6V\E VbNVT ,E\^Y\ER «V5E\A. V , MO\ *^EOV\X v. evvt'-b viw^v SV^EE^ K>V\^O AOO VOVAtNi EMERV^VW^Cb 60E<b 0\</V< I Wl' ■• WSiMP: ■■II uuojjjjm llSil ■ § U MMHMI1 N^f ^ '■ ;|V|.'i:, V^O\EV)ER AftOOT 'ERT.XCftNi "ttV OPPOSE \E W>£M^P\ i. VyOOWEN fcSE. U\<E ^V\EX'RE nK OTF'R\n>T UMV ,£>OOT<b...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

•- M • 1 * • • • • t • • • • • • • • i i * • • t • # • • ) • • • * • • • • * 9 • t • t (T>.€ryv. cr^,/lA<bl lit MAD FOR THE 'AIRPORT, DON. this ^mar-maker should te arraigned bepdpb -IE league of nations. % f «../ & TO x.if y v % - \ 'vl | >f> afc*.# „ h, . ll|i1 ,1 j w'f 'j , 1^1 mmmmsr mark mv words,winslow, with tme million in cash me stole from me he'll lose no time--mis beautiful crony?tme. duchess " will join mlm from monte carlo and they ll be off to that most fertile of all fields for spies-America giving S now, you ambition ^mm- m it's possible- where will j c that tmey set up xwill headquarters? i tell you they ll flood your land with secret agents-spying out your military secrets,^ w°^ but why? will undermining your peoples faith in their leaders/ / _ _ gain , p*- among all tme world powers is there none who would pay THEM WELL FOR _ CRIPPLING AMERICA'S STRENGTH . think it over. winslow HORSE-FEATHERS/>— BUT WE ue s a nut, if don't dare you ask me- mo, ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

flASW. WONIMVTROOpS RETAKE fORMER portions.! LEMIAN ATTACK COU.APSK H DISOROER! EXPERTS FORESEE EARLS VKTORV FOR MOOf BOV, IT LOOKED wow' ^PRCTTVBAOTHEI -rL.A-r.f^u/cM\ WMEMTHEV THAI'S SWELL \ ^ADt, iacr, kici*i^i kic'./c CAPTURfcl? Iw8l I news.'we've j OOT 'EM / ™AT 6,(3 ° * WAR MACHINE^ OP OURS/ stopped AT LAST' YEN.'THAT'S" WHAT ALLEY OOP THOUGHT WHEW HE HEARD ABOUT IT/ SIMILAR to the legend of Atlantis is the legend of Mu, the lost continent of the Pacific. According to deciphered manuscripts found here and there in the sphere of the Pacific, Mu is alleged to have been a con- tinent extending from north of Hawaii south and east to Easter Island and west to the Ladrone Islands. (See map.) ' This land which, according to legend, boasted of a popu- lation in excess of 60 millions on its green, rolling plains, is supposed to have been destroyed almost overnight, as was Atlantis, by terrific volcanic action, some 12,000 years ago. Evidence of Mu's cultural influence is said to be sho...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

"m? yy ■ • - • • • • • • • • COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION - i ! g . •& ,*f£. v: * ■> • y?x • . ■ . v; .; • ;->.k cQfr-vs-e& ^ f $&r ', •& V f , n wk * i / -1 .«n i with STOP/ OR we'll torce You OPP ~TM' road^ THAT HMH i^WWI it' r> / CUCuc <Q> lite- i'm so mad, x can mardlv keep from gritting mv teeth here vve have all this 5amd to use at a'sandwlch fepicnio excuse MV DUST, BOYS ( you're just hot uioder th' collar this ou6hta cool you off f CYCLONE's DEBRIS ' he klckep up emoudh dost over us to raise a bumper <crop op spinach / te; ' -v ^ n vr-7 4p$ , w I ! j /'% «! a*jp aiw)ui '<* wfisv SpnHHl ' "i , v t ' -|||g| 1 2— (v. {§$!$[!*'$' H .;3fi / nakk/w<5 ' ' £- ~h'4**4*h: copr. 1936 by nca sewvtce. inc OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE EGAD, THE OWLS'ANNUAL F'/CNIC IS TOMORROW AMD 1 AM WITHOUT THE NECESSARY FUWDS TO FINANCE MY ATTENDANCE* COULD I BUT OOKJ3URE UP SOME SCHEME THAT WOULD PROFIT ME A "FIVE-DOLL...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

* ^ T. j '|,y mm fiiipi .*■ !;";v •- r* ' . ' ' '.* ' '. I BOUGHT THIS HERE - YOU'LL HAVE TO CARRY YOUR FISHIW POLE, AT LEAST... COME ON)- LET'S GET GOlM' COME ON), WE . AIN'T eOIK> TO MO V PARTY - WE'RE COIN' JUST A MINUTE- I'M ALMOST READY OUTFIT JUST FOB. SUCH TRIPS AMD I WANT IT TO LOOK RIGHT , FISHIK3 mm W aR.WILL>AM5 EE-EEP Eeeefc/ THERE 5 A MOUSE J 1ST RUN OUT OF TH' KITCHEN i 1 KEEP YOUR EYE ON 'IM TILL 1 GET TH' BROOM /./ /: ssraffls VOU LEFT "TH DOOR. ' HE COT OUT - l#V\V* r'0S \\Ur \, THAT'S JUST EXACT LV TH' WAV VOU FISH ~ EEK.IN* AKl' AWKIW' IF A WORM EC. A FISH GETS NEAR YOU MOT ME/ I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF YOUR FISH IN FOG, AWHILE </ ^romiranJ*" U/C /< * I THINK WE'D BETTER. GET GOING, IF WE'RE GOlM' JUST WHAT DO VOU MEAN? EEEEK- DID YOU GET HIM? ARE YOU SURE HE'S DEAD? YEAH, CONAE ON~ HE CAN'T EAT YOU MOW FISHING ®'•1^ .Hi , t .'.VniMn//.1.,'... ' •••-; -nsw.VAW ,j *' V'- TV COPH. 1 3 BY WE* THE COMIC ZOO j jfi&OW,SIR, YOU'LL PARPON ME IF I'M BRUTALLY FRANK...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

m?M ^ ^ «D>|CjS / ** 7h/s /s ME sbttin'in a ottamo&ile which b'longed t'mike branner's pop. that's mike set tin' at the steerin' wheel. only he wasn't allowed t'run it. Sometimes he'd lemme help wash the car an'change tires ah'also crank• once T we was 60in' to a picnic IN it only it wunt START- at last when mr-br ann er got it startid it was alreapy ni6ht. JOE PALOOKA © 1033. McNjujKt Syndicate. !*•. By HAM FISHER • • • • • • SOMETHlN' MUST BE WRONG. HE. WUNT BE LATE PER ANYTHING. < HULLO ALICE WHERE S MAX ? OH HULLO MITHER PALOOKA Vv 4 V". - — ;• r/\\ ? ifei mi ■teti if1 i iK HE'TH LATE.HE^ WATH TH'POTHED TO BE HERE BY THITH TIME TO PLAY. THUPPOTHE WE GO LOOK FOR HIM? M ■*W. ,15 mm ft (it ^r- £ M •(. r ^ -■> JFJ/I(m lf 1 |;,:Mal t 111'-' ^ivf j-t""-| — ^4*1 Y/4 DO WOT KNOW CTOE PALOOKAfYER vTUST ^ L/TTLE PHONEY,' C MERE AINT GOIN' YET. T'Oiv/ ^ ? STEP ON MV FOOT W/LL Y>4/ ft TH/AT WAS MARVELOUS ^ DUCKIN'yOLE MAN.PUT %ER i^THERE CHAMR^ HE ALkVAYTH READTH YOUR BOXING...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 5 June 1938

o •J, T IE CAPTAIN and THE K1US Dirks V • / • VEN DER LUFF. . . LIGHT GLINTZES TI R4: SOFTLY IN DER MOON LI6HT-^\ J* ITOFER AFTER/ 5NITCHINQ PIE SNITCHING FOIST YOl) 5 IC ME ON, DEN YOU BAWL /vie OUDT.VOT A MAN * UND VEN MAMA MISSES DER PIE VE 6ET A GOOD VARMIN6 — RE- -MEMBER DOTf now DOT'S VOTI CALL A REAL TlEFER* AWSHUTU?) * ' VEIL DONT REMIND ME • SPEAKIN6 OF VARM- VIGGLE MY, HOW PATIENT.' POISONAILY IT'INK ASTOFE LID VOULD BE MORE TO DER POINT, BUT — HAFF IT YOUR COME OUTCOME ON.'VE AINTGOT ALL DAY, UND DER SOONER DER QUICKER* LOOK VAY/ CHEER UP OLD MAN , VE ISS ALL . SAME BOAT.' 5LITCHE SHARE UND SHARE ALIKE IbS DER MOTTO f «*# • HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE DO! THtPiS A FI6HT 601N6 THERE DEAD r . — 6oov '-UP IN THAT \ THERE MUST BE SOME OLD TUMBLE:/ I MISTAKE? IKNOLOTHE muiN <uArf ( i OLD FELLOUJ "THAT OUJNS THE PLACE — HtiS A BIT BRACKED, HARMLESS, I'M SURE? toSTn ?h'V~rm^: ? however, m.60 l >uiith you to -m'VM x ^ 1 humor you ?J EAH— NOLO you'WE GOT US INT<? /ALL. KINDS 0...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 June 1938

And Spai Desperado Caught Peering out through the bars of his jail-cell, Beno De Elbe of Tyler, said to be a nephew of the llalton brothers, was seized after he threatened to blow up the Liberty National bank at Buffalo, N. Y. Certificates to 26 FFA Members Of Roscoe High Slate Department Issues Awards For Outstanding Work ROSCOE — Twenty-six mem- bers of the Roscoe F. F. A. chapter Saturday received certi- ficates of merit in agriculture work. To obtain these certifi- cates the boys had to make a grade of 95 per cent or better on a test sent out by the state officials. Boys who received certificates were Jack Norris, baby beef production; William Walker, par- liamentary procedure, R. D. Pietzsch, baby beef; Harold Cole- man, mutton production; Jack Ep.pler, testing milk and cream; Harry Coleman, mutton pro- duction; Duane Conger, mutton production: Ira Griffith, terrac- ing; John McGeo, parliamentary procedure; Hilly Arledge, mut- ton production and parliamen- tary procedure; Huber...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 June 1938

wjp w§'^- - (v •.' A • ■". % $$S :®l SWEETVATEii REPORTER, 9WBTWATER, TEXAS MONDAY 1938 _ >eetwater ■- 7 ■ * Trent Loses la First Came Under Lights One And Drop Another Contest \ Kearns Predicts Another 'Mauler' Mabry Sets Down Visitors With Few Hits, Nine Fanning In the first game under the lights for both teams, Sweet- water Swatters defeated a strong Trent team, 11 to 7, Saturday night at the City Park. Mabry struck out 9 Trent batters, while allowing 8 hits. Several hits on both sides went for extra bases due to the play- er's inability to judge the balls under the lights. Trent held a 6 to 1 lead for four and one half innings, when Sweetwater went on a scoring spree to score 7 runs and lead, 7 to 6. The Swatters were never headed after the big inning. Summary Of Game Trent ABRHG D. H. Jones, lb 4 0 0 0 Hamner, cf 4 1 1 0 Carleton, rf 4 1 Boone, 2b 4 0 1 1 H. Jones, 3b 3 2 Tittle, If 1 2 Springer, c 3 1 Bright, ss 2 0 L. D. Jones, (p 2 0 0 0 Nugent, p 1 0 0 0 M. Jones, p 0 0 ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 June 1938

M P v' Wm**,:'^'s r■■' v I at ■lie lie- on. fess ib- A |K ll- l'tll Ind <er of hth J by lind I the sed lish- loon land re- D. fum. I was Ida j'. fney, |nent one five It the Jdent, |roup, lone jol. Eh- Neita i innie Dud- irgui Ura- Neita and this was nther day, ,\T A ■atest ory is Uni- agner, Hon- coach t, , MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■H PAGE .FHA Offers Proven System For Safeguarding Mortgages <1 Four Insulation •Types for Homes Easily Applied • Increases Comfort of Residences in Winter And Summer, Cuts Costs The value of insulation is frequently considerable in the savings it effects in reduced fuel consumption, but its prin- cipal value is often in the in- creased comfort it provides both in summer and winter. Insulation is available in sev- eral forms and in a variety of ^materials. Fill and blanket in- sulation consist of loosely pack- ed fibers or grains which resist heat transfer in much the same way as a sweater or woolen blanket does. ®...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 June 1938

mmBm" ATER, WAS PAG? FQUR MMM R REPORTER- MjONDAY, JUNE 1938 Inc. Entered u second c1m mgtUr at p« A*srer£* £&s« Repair,Perhaps Q -i \ V* Scout Program For Snipper fc STORIES IN ; STAMPS | pvwim • I1 mmmmmmrnmmnmm i, GREATER BEAUTIFICATION OF I fore, will have to become vitally interested COURT HOUSE GROUNDS NEEDED j jn politics. Their fortunes now are being One block in the center of Sweetwater i swept this way and that by well-organized could become one of the city's greatest as- j minorities which through the years have sets in attracting attention and stimulating | built up powerful lobbies at Washington and interest in civic beautification. Properly landscaped and beautified it would be an in state capitals. Today small businessmen constitute the last great bulwark of strength inspiration to all. The court house and ad- j in the maintenance of our form of govern- jacent grounds have the possibilities 110 oth- er park site could have because of the cen- tral. location and pr...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x