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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

• i • here's also one of oscar fribbel wh/ch was my pal at school. By HAM FISHER . he has been so grand to / me —and he loves her"" a and she told me she loves him. ^ Golly, here's one on this page of my sister rosie when she was five an'also my brother steve. steve is a very good amachoor boxer now. JOE PALOOKA f) iWrtS. Mi'N.-ill^lll S\ tnf irit f#. Inr i'm jist crazy about alice. she's the sweetist little girl in the world. oh max. i love mithter palooka tho' much. he ith tho' thweet. i must not come „ between them-*gulp* should have known gulp# i must go away—i—m-must. , §p!|pfi have YOUSE SEEN max?i wanta take x/m to a baseball j{f^ me was in with a little package under his arm and the saddest look 've a he shook hands and made me understand he's going away—he pointed toward the boulevard. T| FER HEVVINS SAKESI better hurry. somethin' must be wrong an' when i tole mm i love you cauthe/ you're tho'n\the" i thaw ith eythe get full of tearth- ith'nt it queerf x think i understan'-...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 June 1938

Dirks -UND IF ANY FRESH 6INK BODDERS YOU CHUST CALL OUDT DER MAROONS DOTS US? VOT I5S DER DIFFERENCE BETVEEN A HILL „ UND A MOUNTAIN?" A PRIVATE POOL: IN YOU 60 CUTIE. IT'S TIME FOR A SPLASH f *5 A HOME GE-MADE 5VIM HOLE SHORTY- ALL FOR YOU* CUNNING LIDDLE LOBSTER -EH VOT? vUN SOT BILLIES ON .• AW Kr QUACK! ♦'.vi/ , V. IS5DER CAPITAL UMTARARUM HM-DOT LONG- US AVUNDER LE66ER AGAIN EH ?) ( HE DON'T PICK ON V. HOLD STILL BABY VE <51FF A FIX ! u — SOMEBODY HIS SIZE* QUACK ? 1 VEN CALL •• •** • * v,f'' • a*? LEFT- LEFT RIGHT LEFT* Copr. IftJS by United Fnlart araaieaie T*. Itg. U. 8. Pit Off.—All rif hU mmMl SQOn HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE HEP— HEP — COMPANY "FORVARTS — MAR-R-RCH ! HERE'S A SKELETON KEy-SO IN AND FIND AGCOD sSAFE HIDING PLACE IN ENGLISH TOBX^S HANG-OUT; , ' UJHILE I TAKE THE VILLAIN'S UUATCH-DOG HtAD<3UABTlfe£>/ OPEN TVtE SIDE UJINDOOJ FOR. ME — I'LL. COME fclGHT BACK. 1 \A£*D HIDE "TOO,TPNABTSBX COHEN HE &HOUJS UP! V by \> (Conclusion) 4W okay fso YOU'VE. LO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

FLOOD. 40 KNOWN Brisk Bidding In Lewis' Anniversary Hereford Sale J ■ J I ?: • I' • 11 ' !i Eight Females Average $211 in • First 15 Minutes Buyers, Breeders, Others Gather Here For Major Sale of Famous Herd Bidding was brisk in the op- ening hour of the W. T. & C. W. Lewis golden anniversary Here- ford auction which got under- way this afternoon shortly af- ter 1 o'clock at the sales arena in fair park, north of Sweetwat- er. Eight lots of females averaged $211.25 to show demand for good young cows and heifers. George Glass of Midland vied with Bob Herring of the Hill Top Farms at New Braunfels in bidding for top animals. Glass topped the first hour of selling when he paid $250 for Superior Geneva, by Superior Stanway out of Ge- neva P., bred by Lewis and calved April 15, 1934. Winona 7tli, $225 Glass followed when he paid $225 for Winona 7th, calved Aug. 4, 1935, by Superior An- xiety Jr., out of Opal. Hill Top countered with $220 for Sun- shine Domino by Publican Dom- ino out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

:r " fsre® ?• •-—^ iftwfcBi - adifci tar"- %a^UkiM SWroTWATHI KEPCVRX, SWttTWATEE, TEXAS MONDAY, JUNE 20, 198* g Subjects To Be Offered At Texas A. 6? M. Girls Expected At Short Course Junior Farmers to Get Undivided Attention of Texas A.&M. Officials COLLEGE STATION — Ap- proximately 2,500 boys and girls from Texas farms and ranches will have the undivided atten- tion of Texas A. and M. college July 6-8 when the junior section of the annual Farmers Short Course will be held at College Station. This is the first time that adult and junior short course visitors have met on dif- ferent dates, according to Roy W. Snyder, short course general chairman. The arrangement has been made because the yearly in- creasing attendance at short course has taken place at the same time when summer ses- sions, of the college have also been ' growing. Each year it has been harder to make room for both groups and this year was impossible. General assembly every morn- ing and the night programs will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

iK MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ,Young Johnny Vander Meer Pitches Reds I nto Second Place Ite how |ip- 11,- I be [*• tad i J i |40,- P , 1)33. 3 Ith- Ives loo,- }'• pay, |nl,v lin- Inds Tf# 11 tw rt Durt lest Ivor- fa rk 4 alks Irtson Tor Spo- ilt (Tr Kov- to Ivvay land It l « Cincinnati Ace > Smothers Bees For Seventh Win Cardinals Drop Giants Twice In National Loop Race NEW YORK — (UP)Johnny p Vander Meer, only man in base- ball history to pitch two con- secutive no-hit games, hurled the Cincinnati Reds into second place in the national league Sun- day with a 14-1 victory over the Boston Bees. Vander Meer, who turned the Bees back hitless eight days ago and repeated the perform- ance against the Dodgers last # Wednesday, allowed Boston on- ly four safeties to score his seventh straight victory and his eighth in 10 starts this year. The Reds put on a 15-hit at- tack featured by home runs by • Berger and Craft. Second Game Called The second-game of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

PAGE FOUR SWEJ5TWATJ5F, TEXAS MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1938 inc. unierea as secona cuu uwww ■ w SXVSTw£Sr'i. Ai' $3Z fh«t'd You'Bring Back for Me, Uncle Joe?' Sr. wrnm \ ' yy—- .• ■■■ — • .a-'^C ?£ -;'v * • Copyright, 1IJ8. NKA ar Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name; ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy nt\ay be full.—John 16;24. I am prejudiced in favor of him who, without impudence, can ask holdlv.— Lavaler. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY OF LEWIS HEREFORD HERDS Ample proof of Sweetwater as the center of the Hereford pure-bred Hereford indus- try is offered here today. The Lewis family is celebrating a golden anniversary by an outstanding sale from their herds. A hall' century of progress in Hereford breeding is thereby exemplified because not only have times changed since the first purebred was brought into this area but so have cat- tle. There is a great degree of satisfaction in having an industry in your midst that has been continued for a half cen- tury. It proves the stability of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

>• ht- |n- lot lie ltd d te- sea )rL ( IS. i n \ is MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS HOMB MADE S p e cializlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted A Milk .. OV Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezcii Hotel) HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan 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. Jennings Lumber Co. 300 W. 3rd Dial 2701 -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. 75c DID YOU KNOW That...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 June 1938

"1 'wife SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, JUNE 20,1938 •: y< n Rate On Qrain Set At 52 To 75 Per Cent Of Parity rnients for Wheat Loans Pointed Out ' Amount of Loans to Have Long Time Bearing on Welfare of Grain Growers COLLEGE STATION—Under th,e new farm act, a wheat loan must be offered at the rate of 52 to 75 per cent of parity if the June 15 price of wheat is below 52 per cent of parity, or if the July crop estimate is above normal domestic and ex- port needs, W. E. Morgan, Tex- as extension service economist in agricultural planning has pointed out. "The amount of the loan will have a long time bearing on the welfare of wheat growers, and they should study the mat- ter from all angles before they ask for a loan on any definite level," he said. "The loan rate on wheat this year will have a bearing on the price of the entire crop," he added, "so we must think not only of the 200 million bushels put up for loans but also about the price of the other 750 mil- lion bushels of wheat. "We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

p Direct Hit In Canton Bombing •i HI Japanese aerial bomb scoring a direct hit in the Wongsha station district of Canton. As the missile exploded, it threw up a cloud of smoke, shattered buildings and killed many Chinese. The Nipponese airmen made the Wongsha section a frequent target and scenes like this were common. Recovery In America Depends On Spiritual Revival, Says Babson BELOIT, Wis.—(UP)—Economist Roger W. Bahson today warned the Congregational Church national council, of which he is retiring moderator, that America must choose between "a spir- itual revival or a revolution." i Babson turned from economic prognostications to forecast that "after colleges have found that education cannot be sold; after congress learns that prosperity cannot be legislated; after the voters learn that relief comes not through distribution of funds, there will be a return to religion." "It again will be recognized that real progress comes only as men are 'born again,' " Babson told 800 members ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

IP f Roscoe Battles Grocerymen But loses By Point Folmer Steals Home To Provide Margin Of Close Victory Sunbeam softbailers won a thriller in the recreation league Monday night when the grocery- men nosed out a scrapping Ros- coe ten 2 to 1. The margin of victory really came in the .sixth inning, when Folmer stole home for the first marker, and the first time a deliberate theft of the home plate has been made (isn't it?). Roscoe tied the score in the first half of the seventh when Swafford came home after get- ting on base on a bobble. It looked like extra innings, for Fitts had the Sunbeam crew eating out of his hand. But that inevitable break let Bruce score the winning run, as the defense cracked momentarily. Good Despite Bobbles It is tough to point out the errors, especially those that permitted scores, because it was a tight, hard fought game all the way through, one that had the fans on their feet most of the time. Both Fitts and Kite were right, and the defense be- hind them...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

mmm ■• 0- "■'•'■ i'ifSw :'•''1 ' ■'*■ . '. !? . ' ■ W-,'1 Hi '- ■ M? .. I' .K' m V',Y 'J& TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Begin Closing In On China's Provisional Capital rhe and * :ed^l in ' d- bad |n* 311! id's led fr <4 vers 4 ss^^l land 1 Bil JCa |wiss 1-3. teles, Twith poolw |)wen de- land, fence tilted rrie;0 O# sec- kel.all pnt 4 l.v Ui0 |ig a Inning "inner. Cit; lecon Drive Started •Toward Sian-Fu In Northwest I Foreign Powers Are Warned of Campaign; Concessions to U. S. • - SHANGHAI, Tuesday, — (UP) - —More than 200,000 Japanese soldiers supported by 200 war- ships and transports and 300 fighting planes today were clos- ing in on China's provisional capital in Hankow along an arc the center of which was about 100 miles southwest of the big Yangtse river port city. More than 425 miles to the ♦northwest other Japanese col- umns, operating from bases in South Shansi province, start- ed a drive toward Sian-Fu, capi- tal of Shensi provinc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

u of the pu Editorials— PACE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS :! 3 !.;{ a Couldn't They Swap or Something? POLAHQ N\ifxo«ay out "/i, T 1 HAVE A iSOOO GROC6RV STORE IM CZECHOSLOVAKIA I D LIKE TO TRAPC- IN ON Oo4£ Ie CERMANY V6 CHANCED MY MIMP- I WOULD LIKE OUT PLEASE INTEKNATtOfJM EXCHANGE BUREAU ?=? ditto eoT vice versa I /« i I WA**TTO GET <MTO THE DAIRY BUSINESS IN CER^AANY HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE anmoms INSTEAD? bir* WILL EXCHANGE NAZI BUMP GROUPS FOR EQUAL NUMBER REFUGEES, OR ANOTHER EliMSTElM OR A THOMAS MANN, OR A FREOP OR A GOOD SHORT-STOP OR WHAT HAVE YOU? INFORMATION WEST TEXAS PANORAMA i ed States, which has been made possible DISPLAYS SOIL'S PRODUCTIVITY | under a special grant of funds. Its princi- A panorama of West Texas these days ; Pa' object is to teach teachers how to teach portrays in vivid colors the combination | safety, but its facilities will be open to scene of harvest and growing crops. Where the harvest of small grains has taken its bounty of the soil, the whit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

* I TO \m • land Ifour of tf Ihere nd a 10 i • le .9 r° jline resk jyoT |tors), everj fc act | plan- not (clinic anics our Mo- • V I Hotel he Mrs. ;ains in Elrod's. means^ make it? he best Home V • V . ♦ . .• ■a mt. PPi ilm wm-m sags o MMMI--W*' -ptrtm SWEETWATER REPORTER," SWEETWATER, TEXAS HOME MADE S p e cializing in Ice Cream ■ Vanilla for parties, I ^ _ etc. All flav- I pt* 10c ors. Thick I Qt gOe Malted A* I Milk .. OC Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan Registered Optometrist* p5 Expert exami- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS 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 m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 June 1938

*■& ■'C3 SWEETWATER ' PATER, a® '^jSpPlii fv4U; _ loreelt:fi^#iippe Hi Low As Sat. Bargains That's why so many more customers are shopping at Sun- beam all during the week. All Prices in Effect Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday TALL CAN 10f Pkg. 9e SALMON - - - Grape Nut Flakes Post Toasties CAMAY SOAP <2 um,t) tir 5® Chase and Sanborn's _ Dated Coffee lW27c14* Carnation Milk 7 - 25c SUGAR 10 STrSTm, 4&c FLIT GULF SPRAY Qt* h pi... 12c 33c Pint .. 21c LUX FLAKES s7l 10c Large Pkg. RINSO3 X25c lJZ 25c MfU&LUX SOAP J2Z— LIFEBUOY, Bar Get it with your groceries IN THE SIX- BOTTLE CARTON © Plus deposit Wilson's Advance SHORT'N'G 4 lb. ctn. 39c 8 lb. ctn. 7Sc 25c !5c 7c TASTY TEA J lb pkg 15c Large Glass Free JELLO ICE CREAM POWDER or JUNKET IOC Pkg. 8c Our vegetable business is getting- better each week during this hot, summer weather. Why?—because we have a truck in every other morning, with the freshest vegeta- bles that the market affords. BLACKEYED PEAS Hell 4^2 C TOMAT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 June 1938

mwwm - • * .y S/drw ftww H LENDIRG-SPEliDING PR06RAM INAUGURATED*TODA W W K JT K WW " " <-> " « ' ' * " $45,000 Nolan Co. Farm-Market Road Authorized ;vi «& f • c ® Quirfcs 5-Story Fall; Off Police; , Kept Promise JERSEY CITY, N. -J. —(UP) — James Caley, 50, fell five stories through an airshaft and landed" on his ,j feet. He is in the alcoholic ward of medical center to- day with a fractured ankle. AIDS POLICE; SLA MM Kl> IN' JAIL NEW YORK— (UP) — Mrs. Ethel Tarnnanovich, 34, today swore off "helping out the police." She found a loaded gun on the street, took it to the nearest police- man and spent the night in jail on suspicion of violating the law against possessing firearms. DRUNK KEEPS HIS PROMISE ST. JOSEPH, Mo. —(UP) —Dewey Dodge asked a po- lice judge for a stay of exe- cution on a sentence for be- Z ing drunk. "I'll go out of town and never come back", said Dodge. He did. He won the stay and a few miles from St. Joseph he fell under a box car and was killed. Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 June 1938

• .I'M, .'.it __ _ . JHjfc- $ -. vV; ■■ ' • -; ";;- . & " ! TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS is 2'1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22,1938 In Chilean Upset In Early Round At Wimbledon Can He— United States Net Stars Win Contests In Tennis Brackets WIMBLEDON — (UP) — Anita Lizana of Chile, holder of the American singles title, was the victim of a sensational up- set as competition for the wo- men's all-England tennis title opened before a crowd of 20,- 000. All seven seeded stars who saw action stayed in the running for the title left undefended by Dorothy Round of England as Miss Lizana provided the day's only surprise by losing 6-4, 6-4, to Mrs. Simone Mathieu of France, seeded No. 5. Although Miss Lizana, un- seeded because of poor play in earlier tournaments, had not been expected to be a title threat, she had been figured to last through at least the third round. Others Come Through Three seeded players who drew first round byes gained the third round. Four others reached the second round and one, Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 June 1938

N plan J are ■say. for." 0 he bpe- pncp (tells lid a Itime w all. ■feels |d is you Ippe- |wish sure. 0 |y In liack - labs." 1 only ■cents ■M " . ; - - '• " % mr sii-Jm t n )AY, JUNE 22, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE he as |;m to Ids les lin fry ist id in Ind ias [in- nd for 18 Nolan County Delegates To Attend A.&M. Short Course Eleven Womenand Seven Girls Are Named for Trip Demonstration and 4-H I Clubs to be Represented I At Annual Farm Event ® Eighteen delegates from the home demonstration clubs, 4-H clubs and sponsors, accompan- ied by Miss Viarena Stinson, home demonstration agent, and fjtiss Katherine Lightfoot, assis- ant, are to attend the 28th an- nual farmers' short course at Texas A. and M. college, under direction of the extension ser- vice. ^The annual agricultural sec- tional meetings are to begin Tuesday, July 12, lasting through Friday, July 15. Of the number to attend, six fppresent the women's clubs; even are delegates of the 4-H girls clubs; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 June 1938

£ ««ck •fternooH IP second elan matter at port Texas, Feb. 9, 1020, George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR MOTORS STEAM CLEANED R.P.M. OILS TURNER STANDARD STA, Leonard Tnrner-E. H. Turner ■hmm reflection upon tB it flna or corporation, wnicn nay In any of The Reporter's publica- • will be cheerfully corrected upon be- brought to attention of the publishers. FARM TO MARKET ROAD WINS STATE APPROVAL Approval of the State Highway Commission of the farm to market road in Nolan county to extend the present mileage is good news coming from Aus- tin. This extension of a project already well started will eventually establish the highway to Winters, so'Iong sought. In this way it will fill a two- fold need, one basis on which the project was present- ed to the state commission. The project comes as a culmination of having the roadway properly presented at Austin on a num- ber of occasions by local committees. The county, city and BCD have co...

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

TOSDAY, JUNE 21, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FIVE rn I • }s), f' ' * |ery act- lan- ■not inic ■cs lor lo- \r P lotel * Mrs. lis in rod's, neans ike It best ome 1 i i i. ■ HOME MADE ICE CREAM S p e cializing in Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted Q _ Milk .. OC Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezeil Hotel) Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c HAIR CUT 25c To insure greater comfort in Barber Work for our cus- tomers we have our shop AIR CONDITIONED We Invite you to visit us REAGAN'S BARBER SHOI 121 W. Broadway J. A. Cupp V. O. Reagan Registered Optometrist* s Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Carto...

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

*•"-?/i;. 8SS-V v:L^if-"•: '"• -V ^?t§s5^': ^* •' — .- * ■ '<: V'A '':\'>f::,> ■ ,v"? -5 ;;,:,^w:';';, • ;f -:;' ;':■ ^.i^' ' z1-' ;>••'■'" ■■ ,' •'■ ; •■'- ^;:' - ",;:'V -i «■--■■ . '.'• • uV ' ■■ •"."■'•* V ""' " " ■ pTj. • •• ' ■ ■> ■ J . SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1996 in Reader Appears On! vgram Of Calendar Club . Miss Mildred Leon of Rotan, dramatic reader, was assisted by Mrs. Mardell Lynch of Sweetwtaer, pianist, in present- ing an entertaining program at the Calendar club of the First Methodist church Monday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Amos Fortner. Mrs. George Kiker, program chairman, introduced Miss Leon, who is a graduate of Mary Hard- in-Baylor at Belton, is a mem- ber of an honorary dramatic fraternity and taught .dramatic art at Orange the past school term. Miss Leon's first reading was a cutting from The Passion Play, "Pieces of Silver", by Richard Connell. Mrs. Mardell Lynch, the former Miss Mable Morton, played a p...

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