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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

, f.! ' t I ' ; 1 . I ,1 i 1 W' % 1 ' B I « i|" ibBPHS f "H % *V '• . ■ _ 1 •Oil Belt Teachers Converge On City For 2-Day Meet Leading Educators .Are On Program Teachers from eleven counties, more than 2,000 of them, in the Oil Belt Teachers association are to begin converging on Sweet- water this afternoon for the eighth an- nual two-day convention. Superintendents and principals are to precede the teachers, arriving here in time for the opening session of the executive members of the association at 4 o'clock this afternoon at John H. Reagan junior high school auditorium. The two-day symposium is to open with discussions led by L. E. Dudley, superintendent of Abilene schools, W. B. Irvin, superintendent of Lubbock schools, and R. S. Covey, super- intendent of Sweetwater schools. Superintendent Ross Covey this morn- ing announced that patrons of the schools are urged to attend any and all sessions of the convention. "Every meeting is opened to the public and we would especially appr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

II 'infill [ ft—i* ¥•• ifrVfe -"" -Sir t ■ ■ >wl Promoter . t , \ : . Parley • Southwest Player Outlet Gained If . Dea| Goes Through DALLAS — (UP) — J. Cur- tis Stanford, wealthy independent oil operator, said that he and a group of East Texas oil men were negotiating- for the pur- chase of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball club. - The Brooklyn deal, if consum- mated, will be the parent of a Southwest baseball set-up that will include several Texas pro- fessional and semi-pro teams, Sanford said. In Formative Stage "The whole thing is just tin the formative stage", he .saiijj. "If we can swing the Brook- lyn deal, we plan to buy sev- eral Texas clubs and use the Brooklyn team as a drawing card to attract better ball play- ers to Texas. "At the present time, good ball players wear themselves out and never get out of the Southwest brush leagues." Sanford said that he had an agent in New York investigat- ing the Brooklyn club, but re- fused to divulge his name or the names of his associ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

mm / " FRIDAY, MARCH ft, m . SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ? «f .v i ItIK **' & f: ? l-i- ! • I • : <«# _ 0 ;|j I- M ■ • 1 •! '■'v?%mW:wwm '■■ f&w&.m Taimt. Wmmm% wmmBmmWrn CONCENTRATE YOUR FOOD BUYING! Save Time and Money By Purchasing Your Entire Food Requirements at Sunbeam's Complete Food Market Grocery Prices In Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday, Monday KELLOGGS WHEAT KRISPIES Reg. 12c Pkg. 75 lc Wilson's Advance « iiwii ftuvante 4 bl. ctn .']9c Shortening 8 ib. ctn. 7®c TWO SUPER-SPECIALS IN COFFEE! NO. 7 RIO COFFEE lb- 10C (•round Fresh Reg. Price 15c Ib. 2 lbs. Limit BRIGHT AND EARLY COFFEE 19e Texas Largest Selling Pkg. Coffee Reg. Price 23c LB. PKG 1 Limit CORN DODGER MEAL Pure Cane Sugar 10 Ib. paper bag 49c lb. sack 15c 10s1,1;. 25c 20 L. 43c VVALCO BRAND One Limit flA,b-clolh i n««u 1052c Bilberries 1 An NO- 2 14c CAN 10c Jello ALL FLAVOR 4i« RACKET PI mCDC "1e newest develop- DHOUE1 ULIULnO ment in the grocery business. Makes Chopping twice as e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

e in East 1 01 wvision res Seven Teams TJhat, Area; Was dP® Ft. Worth Sector ^AUSTIN — (UP) — Miner- j Wells high school today was ferred from District 7 to ■"Oil Belt" district of the gtas Interscholastic League by league's executive commit- 1 The transfer took Mineral Wells out of the Fort Worth dis- trict*. Transfer to District 3 pre- suinabif will place Mineral WQlls in the eastern division ljecayse* of its location. The eastern division includes BrecU- FRED'S PLACE 110 Oak For Good Steaks, Chops, Plate Lunch Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Beer L. B. M1LLSAP CHIKOPKACTOIt • ' ' '• 17 Texas Bank Bldg. Chiropractic removes the cause of disease. hour; 8-12 a. m. 1-6 p. m Funeral Services For A. C. Turk, 64 ROSCOE — Funeral services for A. C. Turk, 64, owner of a Etoscoe hotel, were held at the hotel at 9 o'clock yesterday afternoon with the Rev. George W. Parks, assisted by the Rev. I'el D. Crosby, officiating. Turk died Wednesday of pneumonia. Mr. Turk was born in Hills- bore, Feb. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

:VC- O c r I % u * J % F1UDAY, MARCH H, 1938 {Cake Baking and Gardening Is Discussed at Divide Club Meeting BY MRS. JOHN HOLT DIVIDE — The Divide Home Demonstration Club met Thurs- day with Mrs. J6hn Holt. Miss Cht-istine Czako, county demonstration agent, discussed cake haking and gardening. She emphasized that fat and sugar, in baking, be well cream- ed together as enclosing each grain of sugar in a fat globule ■insures a light cake. Well cream- ed ingredients remain evenly distributed throughout the cake. Large holes in cakes are gen- erally due, Miss Czako said, to incomplete blending of ingred- ients, not enough sugar or too hot an oven. A cake that falls does not contain enough flour to give it a fine body, she con- tinued. When fruits are added to cakes, they should be well floured, otherwise they will set- tle to the bottom of the cake. Framed gardens, Miss Czako said, are ideal for West Texas where high winds and sand- storms assail vegetation. These gardens arfe usually 1&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

I® • sqtzrrs: ;.;Vv r M tiidiih •'"in-if! .W'11 ■ ' ■' *K."fi:;l-i Crusading William E. Kane, mayor of Woburn, Mass., apparent ly believes In the corrective value of publicity. He has announc- ed plans to build a "tiger cage" on wheels in which drunks o f both sexes would be drawn through the downtown streets of the city until they sobered up. At right is a sketch of the dru nk-embarrasser which Mayor Kane proposes to construct. It will have a steel roof and a pine floor and its steel bars will be covered with rubber. The whole job is to be painted silver. It is said the mayor will pay the cage's cost out of his own pocket. ap Mi-s. J. W. McWhirter and daughter, Mrs. Joe Clark, of Roby visited Thursday after- yvoqn with Mrs. Bessie Hud- son. * * * Mrs. Khondo Whorton, Hos- coe, spent Thursday here visit ing relatives and on business. * * * Van Way, president >! Itar Society To Sponsor ook Review-Tea March 17 -f't; : § I: Thu rsday afternoon, Marfch 17, lias been set as the date f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

mil!v;; ■ ■,4:""; i;-1 ■•■fe.vc:,. = ■ 1 • -™ f 1 wmniiaa bepooteb, swm-rAim, Tma aJB, "I '. "I' N I ' New French Cabinet May Include Communistic Members Small Grain Prospects Good By MRS. J. W. LYNCH LAKE SWEETWATER — Small grain is flourishing and pasturage is finest in years. Corn is being planted in some fields. MRS. MrREYNOMIK 18 IMPROVING LAKE SWEETWATER—Mrs. R. L. McReynolds is improving her residence by tearing away portions of the house and re- modeling. New buildings are being added adjacent to home. the Socialist Leon Blum Succeeds Resigned Premier New Body Will be 104th Of Third Republic, 25th In Last 10 Years PARIS—(UP)—Leon Blum, France's first popular front premier, battled against des- pairing odds today in an effort to form a new government that would include communist cabi- net ministers for the first time in history. The one-time millionaire, a socialist, picked to form a cabi- net following the resignation of Premier Camille Chautemps early yesterday decided to i...

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

on Thi Inc. Entei I SWEETWATER BIDS WELCOME TO OIL BELT EDUCATORS Sweetwater welcomes educators of the Oil Belt and wishes for them a profitable and pleasant convention. The city is honored in being selected as the meeting place of so important a gathering which has for its purpose the exchange of fellowship and knowledge. It is totally unnecessary to tell our visitors that they have the keys to our city. Sweetwater believes in friend- liness and has earned the distinction of being called "A Friendly City." The citizens of Sweetwater will do all within their power to make you feel at home. The teaching profession occupies a foremost po- sition in our state and nation. No other group ex- ercises such a great influence on the lives of the people, for the pupil of today guides the destiny of his community, state and nation tomorrow. By the proper dissemination of learning we clear the black pools of ignorance. Education is a more pow- erful force than any other in making it possible fo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

WM' . mm 9 . I . i > > Richard Whitney Held On Charges Of Grand Larceny Alleged to Have Taken Securities Valued at Approximately $800,000 NEW YORK — (UP) —Rich- ard Whitney, head of the in- solvent brokerage house wiiich bears his name and one-time stock exchange president, yes- terday was indicted by the New York county grand jury on grand larceny charges. The indictment came after further investigation by the state attorney general's office had brought out that Whitney hud taken securities valued at nearly $800,000 which had been placed with his firm by clients for safe keeping. The investi- gators also revealed that Whit- ney's firm had a virtual mono- 1 ATER i ii i mil mi n ii i—i M poly on the stock of Distilled Liquors corporation. Specific Charges The specific charge on which the indictment was based was the alleged misuse of a $100,- 000 trust fund established und- er the will of Whitney's father- in-law. This fund had been left in trust with Whitney and the Central Ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 March 1938

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

>4 ■mm anger 1 Territory Is Enlarged by Consolidation Wichita Falls and Part of Green Belt Area Incorporated W. T. Walton, Ranger sup- erintendent, was elected pre- sident of the Oil Belt Teachers' association at the concluding session of the District 7 con- vention in Sweetwater Satur- day afternoon. Walton was vice president, last year. S. E. Pass, Abilene, was elected secretary. He served as secretary-treas- urer last year. L. E. Dudley, Abilene, was named director on the state executive board. Ap- proximately 1,500 teachers from the 11 counties in the associa- tion attended the two-day con- vention. A union has been effected with the Wichita Falls and part of the Green Belt districts joining the Oil Belt. Through agreement the sector in con- vention hero named the pre- sident, secretary and one state director, with the other sec- tor to elect the vice president, treasurer and another state director. Ten Directors Named This division was entitled to 10 of the 21 district direc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

't|igsrjs;,ft •• ,/.£•■&£$$$>M ■¥*•#'*•VWMw.' ■ ;v*. • £->*•'..-•' •* •■ " '• ^*«p V •*'' ' " )■*'■'■' •'■ •''■ ^ dPKU ' NHS v.- ' '■ ^>' .? ■-'■■. •• ' «|mg| ! V?S'r-; SUNDAY, M^fiCI! 13, 1938 TEXAS lone D. Perry Women's Interest Clubs • Churches Society Kditor Dial unior And Juvenile Miisic Program At Study Club Meet , on To At First iptist ■ ?'. 1 A junior and juvenile musical program is to be presented by children of the Music Study Club members at the regular meeting at 10 o'clock Wednes- day morning at the First Bap- tist church. Mrs. P. L. Ullom is program leader. The business meeting will be held from 9:30 until 10 with Mrs. Albert Brann presiding. The program has been an- nounced by Mrs. Ullom as fol- lows: Violin, "Sleepy Head," Flo Tate; reading. "Spring," Betty Lewis: song, "Mighty Lak A Rose," Jean Orr Dean; violin, "Golden Poppies" Gordon Yar- brough; piano, "Humoresque in G" (Dvorak), Joan Brann; ac- cordion solo by Chas. Cramer; piano, "Flying Leaves (Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

BkMME'w SWEETWATER, TEXAS ?r lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 Women's Interest Clubs • Churches ■ i ■ i •Father's Night Program Observed By J. P. Cowen PTA ,Dads Honor Quests At Session ► "Father's Night" was observ- ed by members of the J. P Cowen P.T.A. Thursday even- ing and all fathers were hon- ! or guests. There were 84 pres- ent and the room of Leo Jones won the attendance prize. Mrs. Fred Stirman, president, pre- sided and appointed Mrs. D. H. Towns, Mrs. W. M. Harbor, I Miss Ollie Chenoweth, Miss Mc- Millan, and Mr. King as a nom- inating committee to select new officers. J. H. Williams, principal of Newman High School, gave an 1 interesting and informative talk on "School Duties." After six- musical numbers by fourth and fifth grade students under the direction of Miss Ruth Gulledge, informal games were directed by James Houlihan, recreatidn- al director. Peggy Mayfield play- ed an accordion solo. "Our Teacher Said to Wel- come You" was sung by all , fourth and fifth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

it Good Bouts beduled For mittg Rounds Capacity Crowd In Prospect for Cird In City Auditorium "Ladles and Gentlemen: In this corner we havfe—'* The fitst of the McDonald Post American Legion sponsor- ed amateur boxing bouts under the AAU program is scheduled for 8 o'clock Monday night in Municipal Auditorium. Ten rounds and possibly more of fast, earnest contests to decide Who will represent Sweetwater in intersectional appearances as well as future bouts here. Bobby Clark, trainer, has an- nounced probable pairings for the elimination series, subject to lafet-minute changes. Some of the boys are reducing their sur- plus girths under the training schedule, and may scale down a few pounds before Monday night. Heavyweight Boiils Trymer Berry and H. M. Fos- ter lead the heavyweight pa- rade. ..Avith J. L. Turner Ray Bush adding weight to department. Willis Bennett, middleweight who scored a knockout at San Angelo, drew a bye, but a good bout is in prospect between Jack Hankins and Lenn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

-■ *% . Wm • ' ;§3 Mi •■'- SUNDAY, MARCH 1^, 19S8 -jpra,. f. ,,-VJ Vf?'- -',' SsfflSBBlBMs ,AH'#K W® %«£JI SWEETWATER £R, SWEETWATER, TEXAS MSlPSPSPf&i| ' fRHQ Teachers' (Continued from Page 1) teaching personnel met in the junior high school auditorium for a short session which was concluded by a report of the as- sociation's legislative commit- tee. Superintendent Ross Covey of Sweetwater, assisted by J. H. Williams, principal of the sen- ior high, and Gerald Williams, principal of junior high, dem- onstrated the public address sys- tem installed in the junior high school this year. A similar sys- tem, Mr. Covey said, had been installed in the senior high. System Demonstrated Among the uses to which the system is placed, he said, was to make announcements, to pick up school programs which are of interest to the entire school, for teacher supervision, and to supplement classroom work by picking up timely ra- dio programs which may be tied in with classroom work. There are many ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

m y Boy's Calf Qrand Champion Of Stock nGrotels ter in Gub if Division [ Accord Attendance is - Expected at Annual Livestock Exposition f - ™ 1 FORT^VORTH — (UP) — A baby beef steer, fed by Gordon Grote of Mason, Saturday be- came the frand champion in the club boy/?' division at the 42nd annual Southwestern Exposi- tion and Fat Stock Show. More than 7500 Texas club boys attended the exposition during its second day. The show opened with every prospect for a record-breaking run. .. Hotel reservation and ad- vance ticket sales indicated that 310,000 persons would at- tend the show during its 12 days. Last year's total was about 300,000, a new record. Officials pointed out, how- ever, that West Texas crop and range conditions were al- most the best on record— and good times in the Fort Worth trade territory tradionally means that the cowmen and farmers will lay aside their work to attend the world cham- pionship rodeo and attendant events. Rates Wit li Best The Fat Stock Show rates wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

o b v 9 SUNDAY, MATCH U, 199* II . -Ill inn'W 1if>V Ti7n.iiiWyff.I- ii > >■ «sBsa9=sB9sasBteaMMKM9BaartaMe ir lii lr s 1 I >v ***,;- catholic services Sweetwater: Holy Family, mass at 9 a. m., Sunday; morn- ing mass daily at 7 a. m., ser- vices Wednesday 7:30 p. m., and Sunday school Saturday at 9 a. m. Sacred Heart, mass at 9 a. m. Sunday. Hermleigh: Mass at 11 a. m. with services Friday at 7:30 p. m. Colorado and Loraine, mass at 8:30 and 10 a. m. These churches invite you to worship with them. o HIGHLAND HEIGHTS METHODIST L. S. Smallwood, paetar Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Morning sermon, 11 o'clock. Epworth Leagues, 6:30 p. m. Evening sermon, 7:30 o'clock, with special music. You are cordially invited to attend our services. FIRST l'REBBVTERIAN Gary Ii. Smith, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., E. F. Neinast, superintendent, in charge. Morning sermon, 11 o'clock, pastor in charge of "Volunteer Sunday" in the every-member canvass. Special music by the choir. Vespers, 5 p...

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

lit to attention of vat' —i -- iMfcn I fctilril o - also on Th SECTION II—PACE TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1938 and Ha TilO SW66tW&tAF Inc. Entered a■" second class matter al port, offi* In Sweetwater, Texas, FSb. 9, 192ft George Bennitt ar.i Russell Bennltti Pubs* death, where i$ thy tting? O grave, where thy victory? -~Ciorittthmnt 15 $55* Heath has nothing terrible which life has not go.—Tryoii Edwards. —o FIRST wild flowers Harbingers of beauty Harbingers of the wild flower beauty that is to come to West Texas are already in evidence. Those beautiful tiny blue and yellow blooms that carpet the wide stretches turf are fore-runners of a galaxy of flowers to come. Late Winter and early Spring rains have fur- nished superlative growing conditions. Probably not an asset that stirs the economic pulse like the smoke of industry or fields white with cotton, these wild flowers are the breath of life to nature lovers. They are a feast for the eyes and make us forget the du...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

w ' . ....- ' -.. 'V:; .:v ;' •' ■ ^PFFr^'' 4 •* * -# * in..iniymli^i'II i '# .11 ■>< ■«* ■' ■ mi 'lhII '- &"****?# ■( ••: H 8S&&-# sss £;; -i •' . < - IO • I SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 19&8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWiF.TWATEB, TEXAS r" SECTION tt^ACTTdjiil TVA Accuses Roosevelt Of Failing To Qive Cooperation ^Gbdrges Made By Chairman Are Not Sfrtetafntiarted * Directorate Feud Not Cleared at .i White House Meeting * Washington — (up) — Chairman Arthur E. Morgan of the Tennessee Valley Authority told President Roosevelt at a White House conference that •lack of White House co-opera- tion was partially responsible for the TVA's intra-directorate t feud, and he stubbornly refused to substantiate his charges of dishonesty and malfeasance * against his colleagues. The chairman and his asso- ciates, David E. Lilienthal and '• Dr. Harcourt A. Morgan, were called to the White House for FltKD'S PLACE 110 Oak For (.noil Steaks, Chops, Hale Lunch Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Beer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

istel and ecru' irquisete Only SI. | Kahki, Denim and Covert ? Cloth Ideal for play suits or coveralls. Values 25c yd. Monday Only "V We urge you to take advantage of these extra values. You can't afford to miss them. We Give Premiums—Save Your Dupilcates Roscoe, Mr. Wallace Risinger li 4 If Tennis RAQUETS 75c Monday Only Extra Good Qualitv OIL CLOTHE Regular 35c yd. 25° 46 in. Wide Flower and Garden Seed 10c Nolan Furniture & Hardware Company H. T. Marshall Third and Pecen STUNNING! Hi-Colored Sandals in Beautiful Doe Skin $3.95 and $4.95 Values • Tulip Green • Carnation Red • Hyacinthe Blue • Copper Tone Monday and Tuesday $2-99 You Can't Realize How Pretty These Shoes really are Without Seeing Them. EXTRA SPECIAL One Group of $3.95 Ladies Straw Hats I'or $1.00 Monday Only FfusselFs Shoe Dept. 1 "The Dept. of Hundreds of Styles" Easter Bonnets Veiled,, Flowered Every One a Charmer! Featuring The Brookhollow AMERICA'S FAVORIT TIA • Other Straws and Felts Priced '•,y: • ■" 1 $1....

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