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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

l _ A • . > '*1 ^ X t ' If Wtfnwl iprritt iWAjjtm itiWd TV — f-" t V«f' '■*iT "7 — Axminister Remnents J Most popular type patterns of the day. Copies' in rich fast colors of rare old masterpeices. ® 18x27 inches. 6'0c Value Carrioea and Net Weave i; Beautiful, gay colors that add charm and beauty to you rooms. Take this opportunity to - get quality panels at an amazing price. A 29c Values Monday Only Monday J Only BUCK AND CO. Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texas Thriller Days Sale Now In Progres SPECIALS FOR MONDAY and TUESDAY 100 Pr. 100 Pr. ' Ladies Shoes Ladies Shoes Sandel Type Broken Sizs / 1.M $1.00 fPD . ' See these exceptional All better shoes. Priced valus. Save. low for quick cleerance. All Spring Shoes Reduced CO WEN'S Roby, Howard Milligan Don't Pau This Introductory Offer 1 COMPLETE CAR WASH V (Vacuum Clean Inc.) And 1 RIDE MOVER '/ LUBRICATION JOB Guaranteed to meet exact specifications of your model and make of car. Both For $1.39 « Roy Pittman CITIES SERVICE STATION 301 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

PAGE FOUR ■ ;# wkk:&. w jsfljwi| AK !%3K^- Hk SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, JUNE 12, . 1938 Gtoarge iltt CTIONS THAT SHOULD 6E FAITH IN FUTURE A statement was recently made by Henry Ford that not only will times become more prosperous but there will be a "back to the land movement." Ford is not as a rule given to idle talk. If he thinks prosperity is in the foreground for this country it must be based on the possession of information he deems reliable. As to the idea that more people will go back to the land that seems inevitable. This country's participation in the World War was the means of moving almost bodily thousands of families to industrial centers. Once the pace was started it has never slackened and the trek away from the farm has continued. No large ma- jority of families improved their conditions when they went to the city. Even though they may have found employment they also took on the many problems of city life which confront the average person. Whereas on the farm th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

w COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS 1 COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. JUNE 12. 1938 t 4> << c S75-6.l?.3S by Edgar Rice Burroughs ambujh ST p'SLW. .ft fiTT. UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc PRE5ENTLN THE FOREST WAS TEEIAING \NITH BEASTS. NOW THE JUNGLE LORD UNDERSTOOD THOSE GRISLN SKELETO TARIAN SPRANG J v TREEWARD BARED IN TIME 10 ESCAPE "WAT MAD RUSH OF LIONS. tarzan he would have suffered the d 0 .STILL UNDAUNTED, HE PLUNGED *T>EEPER /MTO THE FOREST UNTIL HE CAME 10 ANOTHER WALL, LIKE TVJE FIRST. WHAT WAS THE MEANING OF THE JTRANGE DEVICE- TWO WALLS ENCLOSING A PACK OF EKORMOUS LlONSry! evidentln this was a barrier of beasts,to bar intruders from the mysterious LAND beyond. TARIANJCALED THE NEW WALL AND JTARTED noWNTHE OTHER JIDE; BUT BELOW-— A FANTASTIC WARRIOR CAUGHT JIGHT OF HIM THROUGH A SHEET OF POLISHED METAL W MIRRORED THE RAfAPART. THE STARTLED WARRIOR- ® WHIRLED AND DISAPPEARED WITHIN THE WALL, WHERE THE FRONTIER GUARDS HAD QUARTERS THE GUARDSMEN PUT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

r i Wmmliim w w i M Wf:,M' I : •£*'•' •"■••/. '1 I " ' '■*■ <, m WKm rmst&i hmB MAViE A 6000 T\ME 6000&Y/ vOE VOONT T\U- &ACV1 y?.! timm m.Wl If f I / II sw I Kir '</ III li I < it!iirii'il it Vf you 5A\o \T ,evsJtET\E P\E YOU SURE ARE I \_OU£. TW OUTDOORS TttVb TIME Or YEAR V V\^Y,OON*T \_00\< AT t^\E_ — LOO\< AVi , I HE\_9 \T \_AMS>\E Ah CRAZY AfoOOT YA/ iiti 6EE,oarun \6^'T \T 50S' \>OOK>OERVU\- ? •;•-•• " iffSaaK TvV voooos,an tw' ?\E\.OS,ANV TW \_\TT\_E STREAMS- HORACE ill V\ES>SE YOO'O fcEYYTO ORW^E W\V\ E>OTV\ VXANOS O\<AY 1 OKAY 1 VOE ARE , AT TV\' 0\J M\\A_ STREAM : :>^V^ " X $OY I THERE'S KiO USE TAY-WANV-YA ^oe' C^'T SEAT TWb SORT OF THVMG - Y'UKiO^,\ :>U6 COU\_OK>T'SE AW SETTER O?? TttPW^ V AtA R\CbV\T ^OVAJ v. MOK)tV .FA^NE OR GVORY WOULDN'T CHf^Cbt TW PICTURE A fc\T I OY_' MOTHER KiATORt \S SOME SVOEETtttART /'?'& I' <■/>. v \.VbSfcM,OYZZY I V^E £EE^ YVERE ^OR OVifcR ASi HOUR ,AK>' A\_\_ YOO'OE TA\_\<...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

HE " • I i. I * i • t Q^GVV. Vi LOOK AT KBO I INHALING ICC CRBAMS' HEY ' LIEUTENANT*- '^51 • , —- ""\ v / jpsgs , r , ™ N^eo BY 1**? 0V^RF'S qoH l RBD FLV^ ^ \ AND BOARD qMAS VBAW WANT TO SBE THIS SKIPPER-A COPV OP A RADIO- \X/MAT - y ©RAM I JUST SENT ADMIRAL WARBURTON IN WASWIN&TON ? 1 r> • • « " i *1 A STRAIGHT MESSAGE? BUT, DON; WW AT IF A SPV SHOULD - NO DANGER,, WE WOULDN'" LEARN A THING; RED w YOU SEE,WE MAKE USE OF A CERTAIN PRE - ARRANGED STENCIL IN EXCHANGING MESSAGES THAT MUST PASS THROUGH CIVILIAN HANDS THE RADIOGRAM WAVE ENCOUNTERED NO EPFORT TO KEEP SECRET THE INFORMATION WE DESIRED REGARDING THE POWERFUL NEW TYPE SPY GLASS USED IN EUROPEAN NAVIES-STOP- USING RING OF COPPER INSTEAD OF ALUMINUM ABOUT EACH LENS LIKELY TO BRING YOUR ESTIMATE OF MANUFACTURING COST UNDER MINE. -STOP-RETURNING TO AMERICA IMMEDIATELY NOW HERES THE STENCIL. THAT I USED IN FRAMING IT, CUT ACCORDING TO EXACT MEASUREMENTS THAT I WAS AFTER RECEIVING THE MESSAGE AND TYPING IT FIVE WORDS TO A ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

if p|m|j ■ <••• :o"..• ,-f.o '-t ■- " ' \v ■'■ ■■ 7 :■■■■*• ■■.y/>*:%■■ U. ft. W. Off UNDERSTANDING "THA FOOZ.^ HIS R*L, HAS BEEN CAPTURED* ALLEY OOP TAKES MATTERS INTO MIS OWN HANDS. -.. ,... - , ...... ...... r • . / - ' • ... . ' / ' r-".:v " - ■ ■ - ■■ C'MOH fcOys-OOPAW WISDINOSAUR'LL TEAR UP / ~i, THESE /lAnCF'i LEMIAN3/(W0O FOLLOW OOP TO .VICTOR/.' THE DESTRUCTION (F MU ASTEIDE THE TERRIBLE WNWVJ OOP SMASHES THRU THE ENEMV LINES "TO THE L£M I AN G.W.Q. ISPS IF we accept the date of 12,000years ago as the time of the destruction of Mu, if such a continent did exist in the Pacific (which most geologists deny), then this catastrophe coincides in time with the sink- ing of Atlantis in the Atlantic ocean. Assuming there was an Atlantis, there is some logic in this dating of events, definitely pointing to an era of world-wide volcanic action which has never , since been equaled. Such a world-rending calamity would have greatly changed the face of the earth, which fact students...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

_ : _ r": * COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION w' v) f) #) f) 1 ♦ o i'm finally going to gjetmy moneys worth out of this correspondence course on hyp- notism that i bought im 1091 1 unwilling BUYING ' ■fc. m only that — -aim^r out L ^yVr?tr!+T~ •i. "* heck.' the one chance to get Our mitts ow that petrol pest—amd you have to set your hypnotism technique balled up/ he'll be in th' next county when he COM vown / when th' car slows down , i'll be able to wab him because he's sound asleep^ x think 1 mu5t have used th1 floating sleep lessoki mo. l_ om him ' RIGHT you mean he sounds asleep^ AWAY why th bl<3 lug/ he chains himself to th; car i WHAT 2==^ o. "rv-aa* ( this way to there akjd some f a COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. '■* OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE egad, alvlm / you are but carrying on the great hoople "tradition < hooray, uncle amos! look — i got 98 in my arithmetic 1e5t' \ <- ZJ for generations the name op hoople has been paired...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

This HERE'S COUSIN ADELA. SHE'S RILLY VERY SWEET ONLY SHE ALWEEZ KISSES EVERY BUDDY, THE RELATIVES ALL CALL HER AUNT STICKY,AN' THEY HIPE IVHEN SHE COMES /N- SHE RILLY DON'T MEAN NO HARM. , r Oh boy. HERE'S MOM AN' POPS WEDDIN' PITCHER* /4INT THEY SWELL ? X 6IT KINDA A 'LECTRIC SOME7WIN' IN MY SPINE JTIST THINKIN' ABOUT MOM AN' POP. I NEVER KIN DO ENUFF PER THEM. I JOE PALOOKA (£) 1 *- : S M< N.inulil S,\ mlir.it*. I nr. By HAM FISHER M/4X /4/A/r NEVER EVEN SEEN GRASS B'FORE. AW LISSEN JOE- I DON'T 6/T WO £ KICK OUT* KIDS.I COULD BE SHOOT IN' PILL POOL AT KLING'S. 7AS LONG AS YOU AN' MAX CAN'T SWIM D'YA MIND IF I <30 r IN 2 HURRY IT UP WILL YA'MEBBE I KIN GIT BACK FER A COUPLA GAMES. C X COULDA WON A FORTUNE FROM THEM SUCKERS. > i ' .-i^Y ( LAY OFF WILL YA KID. I DON'T WANTA PLAY '"W"" V. V - • A6UESS I'LL GIVE >!M A LAFF. /'LL„ 60 UNDER JS? H*Y WATER. r-J Z MM/, AW SHUCKS WHY'D I COME OUT HERE? ' 'If. v/// ' 't>- ' " wpii ' FTi HfKms SAKES- I'M COM IN'- H-HOLY SSMOKE...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

0 WITH KCC, II. 8. PAT. OFF. ^ 3R.WILLIAM5 WILL yA LOOK AT TH' BASKET MA GAVE ME AK)' THEN LOOKIT TH" OKJE SHE GAVE YOU, TO GO BERRY PICKINJ' WITH ? GIRLS> ALLUS HAVE TH' BEST OF EVERYTHING; OH, YOU'RE 5ILLY-- VOU JUST LIKE .TO YAWP ABOUT SOME- THING.' )*■<■ wL I Tf wii mm) 'MM 1 I THIS PROVES THAT GIRLS \ f- i GET THRU LIFE TH* EASIEST- \ V BALONEY SHE EXPECTS ME TO FILL this ) v- OKJE WHILE VOU FILL THAT LITTLE THIMBLE - MEN HAVE AWRIGHT, I'M GONNA prove IT TO vou THAT BOYS get THE WORST BUMPS OUTA life am' GIRLS ALWAV5 GET off easv oh, you're craxy/ quit arguing and hurry up if we're going berry pick- ing & l know th' right place to 0o to prove ft to her." this time should convince her. i'm right NOTHIN'-- J1S SOME OLD, WORN-OUT CLOTHES FROM TH' RAG BAG* NOTHIN' FEE. YOU TO WORRY ABOUT.' what in th' world s that junk for? VEH- RIGHT OVER- THERE.' 6O AHEAD, I'LL KETCH UP / IN A MINUTE ER "TWO r- oh, ye5, i can see the berries from . HERE —there's ^ loads of them.' J ' ne...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 June 1938

r m:$f y-i-yy- ■ '-V • , ■ ■• m ■■•■.■ — ■• •.-■ ■■• -v-/-v~. :y~yy '■*'" •■■".■' . - V - *■. ~ -'V i THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS ?*>? By B. Dirks .-•i LIL*BOYHOTAlRf MONEY. HIM TALK HALT MISTER .*.• 516$ BITS FOR OCR QUACKER • H0W5 ) * ABOUT? LOOK, LONG LEGS A IT GIFFS COMPANY FOR YOU f HEY! come iACK.DUNMEl HE AINT NO Hf6H UPPER^ whoa; e §y l s- ^ri \\ SHAKE HANDS MIT HIM SHORTY? WCK 100?? -VOTA5HAME! ' Ml * 1 (QUACK! V-.V such manner^ ! chu st for dot you get locked oudt.smarty' rf some day dot stork he Goes too far- vun vaddle dot-s der trouble .• he don't GO tar in0u6h avay.' -und may he neffer come back! hold eferyt'ing pont chump LOOM Pi1 ^ - omy/ <?oack Qu«"< S4; y:y mmm . ■■ ■ . r.-:^ HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE yONDEfe SHANT^ 1 tW&SA^ LOOKS INNOCENT ENOUGH me v\ TO YOU, UyNTSO, YtT IT ] HOUSES THE. TOUGHEST HOMB&E AT LAI2GE %,yll TO DAY - ENG l ism "fOesy-TH t (2 bird I've tcaced over. here to "the Jttesty flats to nab ^ Ipu rz jlilMf' b ALL XDUVt GOT TO DO I£ CLI...

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

V I < 1 I ■ , ' '* !i % -t * oHmw PRISON Clyde Relief/ FUnd Growing Citizens Give $119 Sweetwater citizens have al-f ready subscribed $119.50 to aid victims of the tornado which ripped through Clyde Friday evening, leaving 12 dead and damafftng property to the extent of $200,000. J. M. Green, volunteer solici- tor, late Saturday turned in $20 in addition to the $83.50 he ob- tained in ah individual solicita- tion early Saturday morning. This morning he turned in $16 more. Citizens of the devastated area are in need of clothing, bed clothing and other assistance. Contributions received here are being forwarded to T. Baulch, chairman of the relief committee at Clyde. Those desiring to make contributions may see Mr. Green, or leave the money at the Reporter office. Latest contributor*, are: George Beakley, $1; R. L. Witt, $2; Hawley Grocery and Market, $1; Walter L. Boothe, $1; J. H. Freeze, $1; Charles E. Paxton, $1; Dr. A. Branp. $1; George P. Williams, $1; W. V. Roy, $2; A. C. Fo...

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

' Clinic Will .Conducted In 1 Abilene Juiie 16 . /Crippled Children Aid Will Be Theme Of Meet Discussion -Dr. George A. Gray, director and Miss Ella Patton, nurse, of the r Nolan County Health unit age to attend the crippled child yen's clinic to be held June 18, to Abilene. The meeting is spon- sored by the crippled children's division of the Texas State De- partment of Education, cooper- ating with the staff of the hos- pitals in this area. ' The clinic is purely a diag- nostic or discovery clinic and no treatment is to be offered. The area to be covered by this clinic comprises the following counties; Brown, Callahan, Coke, Coleman, Eastland, Fisher, Has kell, Jones, Knox, Mitchell, No- lan, Runnels, Scurry, Shaekel fofd, Stephens, Stonewall, Tay- lor and Throckmorton. Parents Invited Parents in these counties are invited tp bring crippled child- ren for examination. They are to be adVised of their conditions and whether hospitalization is needed. Dr. Gray believes that about fiv...

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

WtW TMIfnTTTT sM&n* 8 MONDAY, JUNE IS, 1938 I llliS * N;,f, • - • , v -.-. '* : ■• ■•'.•. - ••' > 'v*; , & ■ . WM SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS I %■ 'M , PAGE Lose a, Id re It, Is "br Id In re fee ln" pp Ir- pg Jty |<1, id ed sn iy ng •o- J or if- <e IS. iy ed • • le to Thrilling Game n %j Goes to Concho Basin Visitors Fans Declare It Best Contest Seen In Park This Year San Angelo Sheep Herders nosed out the Sweetwater Swat- ters in a close battle Sunday at City Park by a 3 to 1 count. In the best played game of the year in Sweetwater, fans saw two evenly matched teams bat- tle in a sensational game with matters about even in every- thing except the score. Sweetwater outhit San Ange- lo 9 to 8, and committed only 2 errors to the Sheep Herder's 2, but hits in the pinches aided the Angelo crew in winning the contest. Homer Not Enough Lattimer, Sweetwater first saeker, hit a home run inside the park in the second inning for the Swatters' lone tally. San Angelo...

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

SWEETWATER REPORTER—Feaures of the publishers. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1938 PuB!Uh«a Mcfi afternoon alsoSunday morning and ita on Thursday by The Sweetwater Inc. Entered as second class matter a office in Sweetwaier, Texas, Feb. 9,, George Bennltt and Russell Bennit^ m Them All About That in Three Words' % * 'V * v- ■*'/. - ■ i ' v - ' w ' y.y- ■ • 0 w>m r' •' • rv> - .y , *r; ; v.;'..V'-v v mm ■ z m PROTESTS AfiMrtS* &*K&fvW>V& .j VviSwn M-T Si-r i REPORTER CLASSIFIED Let A Classified Ad Do Your Selling For You-The Salesman That Is Always Welcome-Call 678-Ask For Ad Taker BUSINESS DIRECTORY • Service Station Reporter Classified Advertising1 Classified ads accepted until noon for publication sane day: until 5 p. in. Sat- urday for the Sunday Edition. Changes and cancellations must be made by same time. TJXE RATE t lines 8 times —* 75c I lines fi times (1 week) $1.20 3 lines 2 times 60c 25 times (1 month) per line $1.00 Hates for more than 3 ...

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

& (J ;Wm?m wmm *> * • 9 yN *|' ' J: L H A < > *N f < • ' ) >• .4 r t ;E L,O < ,o . t- J < • « ion list to it * f * ► %lf# «* If • * n« «• if 0. 114 WwWz % IftifbAY, JUJffi IS, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS It's A Lie Customer satisfaction is a great thing, but the motorist who has been telling his friends his car is greased once a year because we do such a thorough job is exaggerat- ing. But it's the truth that we do it better! Dial 2872. I Hpcciul with (his Coupon Regular $1.00 Grease Job ^ /A. Today .... D7C l'op'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 --I LW Dine Dunce LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. C on Your Income Anil Credit Record • Open Note • 3 Years to Repay • No...

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

MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1988 Hi '-"■•fr ■ m >nt to shed From Present Total Committee to Recommend Savings in 40 Depart- i ments of Government By Gordon K. Hhearer VP Correspondent AUSTIN — (UP) — Five state senators are meeting in Austin today to pare oper- ating expenses of state depart- ments by one-fifth of their pre- sent total, which ife $12,112,360 a year. Twenty per cent saving is the mark set by Sen. John Redditt, chairman of the finance com- mittee of the senate. It is a big job but Redditt has shouldered a lot of it himself. He will report to the commit- tee today on savings that can be made in 12 branches of the state government. He has stud- ied costs of the governor's of- fice, secretary of state, state tax board, industrial accident board, banking department, board of water engineers, state reclamation department, at- torney general's department, barber board, engineering lic- ense board, labor commission, and thestate comptroller's of- fice. Sen. Vernon Lemons of Waxahach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

til RfW P«!r **** .•. ' tltf&m?r"- -.i kuk-i&sM > Bill Reinstated «P #> #1 3P lil- ies 150 25. |ng Ire- 100; Is [he llu- ] feta- 50 blic IT3 , V * Mv, OV a««i b >• V'^ vr Measure May Be Passed Before Solons Adjourn Wages-Hours Bill Ready For Final Action; Civil Service Bill Expanded WASHINGTON — (UP) — Congressional leaders driving to- ward final adjournment Wednes- day night today reinstated on the closing agenda, a bill to lib- eralize RFC loans to railroads. Senate Majority Leader Alben Barkley said an attempt will be made to pass the bill before ad- journment. The announcement complicat- ed the adiournment drive since shortly after Barkley confer- red with the president the rail- way labor executive association failed to retreat from strong opnosition to the bill. Prepared for final action on the compromise conference re- port. on the wages and hours bill and the $3,753,000,000 lending- spending measure, the house faced a jammed calendar. Aims At Reemployment Ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

■•I' w?v 'r*■**-■■■■■;.-< :■ ■■ ""■ >-/ 'W •■■; >/:, . ■1 •' if'- * /' 1 '■>" "' ■ - ■ i il I I I: tionals it Men In Valiant Battle , Sixth Inning Spurt By Truckmen Gives Margin Of Victory Despite a valiant and des- perate fight on the part of Ros- coe to stave off IHC scores, the former lost out fi-8, in one of the best played ball games of the season. Roscoe brought in six runs in the second, four of which came from Anthony's homer with the bases loaded, and foueht tenaciously to keep Har- vesters from rounding the olate too often. Home runs by Inter- national's Worley and Greer, the latter swatting two, one with the bases loaded, cut a deep swath in the Roscoe attemnt, and pave THC 8 runs off 8 hits. Until the last of the sixth the game was Roscoe's, 6-5, but three scores by IHC in the last of the sixth ended the ball game as Roscoe was unable to score any "runs in the seventh from Pitcher Greer. Greer got 5 strike outs to his credit to Fitts' 4, while Greer walked 4 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

iO m, DUt be lieir lin*k ]b# irn- pe pat- k* am- ps, pde pnM ks* fry, lily jm- |m- ♦ to fail ing Ion I he Ich Bts -k J. Ig" }n, ig le • 1 I Itt |n- ls- le- 1 i rs br I.Y 0 ll In o (< H TV a' rUESDAY, JUNE 14,1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS '• '.V v1 *,«? "•.•■;:■ hij&i • V;V,&*" . •' - •• . •• V' ■'■<■ > '"¥< ' ' ' w % # Organizations Agree to Renew •Financial Aid 37 Youngsters Are ^ Cared For by Local Relief Organization "A nursery school is the regular coming together of fjchildren, 2 to 4 years old, in an environment which is scientifi- cally planned to meet thte changing needs of every child, so he may live to full capacity," •said Mrs. I. R. Wallis, super- visor of the Sweetwater WPA nursery school, where 37 tots are enrolled. Meeting at 5 o'clock Monday ^fternoon with the executive *board of the school, which is made up of a member each of the contributing agencies and clubs, Mrs. Wallis explained the functioning of the school, point- ing out th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 June 1938

v.SMoi: attention of tht pub v ■ " PAGE FOtm SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1938 Ooorgo Bennltt and RummII Neither let ua tempt Chrirt, « tome of them .jjjfcao tempted, and were destroyed of wrpenli.— I Corinthian, 10}9. | Temptations are a file which rub off much of the nut of our self-confidence.—Fenelon. EXPERIMENTERS TRY MOST EVERYTHING Dr. Kurt Lewin, a child psychologist, performed an illuminating experiment with groups of school child- ren, but the experiment should have been carried fur- ther. He had the groups establish little governments of their own, and after a while he peeked in on them to see how they were doing. His conclusions were that in an autocracy the "social tension seems to be due to lack of free- dom," whereas in a state of anarchy the tension seems to be due to the lack of "long-range plan- ning and meaningful time perspective." He should have established a democracy in the midst of autocracies and anarchies, too. There he prob- ably would have found th...

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