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 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

9' to l\ SPEEDED UP DY P.W.A. i on ********* 279 Additional U.S.Plans Needed For Nolan Highway • j I U \ ; HL >iu ip i 1938 Plans For Secondary Roads May Be Changed Commission Asks Alter- ation for Divide Farm- to-Market Thoroughfare AUSTIN—(UP) — The Texas highway department today an- nounced road projects ordered or advanced by the commission this week. The United States bureau of roads was requested to modify 1038 secondary highway pro- grams to allow construction of grading, and drainage structure and select material for a Nolan county road from approximately seven miles southeast of High- way 70 to 12 miles southeast at an estimated cost of $40,300. State highway designation was ordered for a road from Santo, Palo Pinto county, to a connec- tion with Highway 80 and plans and bids ordered contingent up- on the county furnishing right of way. Appropriation was $25,- 500. State maintenance was order- ed for Highway 122 from Par- sons Switch to within seven miles of Weatherford....

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

r SWEETWATQli REPQplTER^ SWEETWATCR,-TEXAS Thursday, june 23,-im# • Schmeling In First Round Of Bout+l To Stand Under Heavy Barrage Surprising: End To Title Match Stuns Record Attendance NEW YORK — (UP) — A savage smashing Champion Joe Louis gained the most impres- sive vengeance in ring history when his panther-like attack knocked out the great German fighter Max Schmeling, his for- mer conqueror, in the first round of their World title fight before more than 80,000 amazed fans. The time was 2:04 of the first round. A towel was thrown in from Schmeling's corner. Ref- eree Donovan ordered Louis to a neutral corner and awarded the fight to Louis on a technical knockout. fight Halted Referee Arthur Donovan halt- ed the fight after the battered and semi-unconscious Schmeling had been smashed to the floor three times. Schmeling was in such terrible shape after a ■ hammering on the ropes that his trainer and friend, Max Machon, threw in the toAvel after Maxie had hit the canvas for 1. th...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

• • , ■ . ( a * « <£ i if > t 140 ! « BUB o I <fcl iff,' ■ t 'rnmr' ■ * m .. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1930 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ~ ^ -4 •• '• v.- PAGE' X > I * I 2 Mrs. Cooper Hostess To Kil Kare Club Mrs. O. C. Cooper was hostess Tuesday evening to members of the Kil Kare club at her home on Cedar. Attractive arrangements of garden flowers enhanced the setting for the evening's enter- tainment. A riot of color was employed in the bowls of dai- sies, zinnias, roses and Califor- nia cosmos. Spring tallies and scores marked the two tables of con- tract, with Mrs. Myron Hub- bard winning the traveling prize; Mrs. Jack Fomby, high and Mrs. Tommie Hardin, low. A refreshment plate of chick- en sandwiches, wafers, olives and lazy-daisy cake with iced punch was passed to Mmes. Otis Henderson, M. Hubbard, Judd Boyd, Jack Fomby, Tom- mie Hardin, Joe Kirgan, Miss Ida Nell Jones and the hostess. Rosebuds were individual plate favors. Willing Workers Meet Wednesday By Mrs....

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

or reputation r corporation, which _ may * any01uJ TSe Reporter^ public* _ ba chcerfully corrected iwob he- ight to attention of the publishers. Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER-Features PAGE FOUR i ~ i SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1938 Inc. Enteraf aa second claaa matter ai office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Put* And Jesus answered and said unto hint, Get ikee behind me, Satin, for it is written, Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and Hint only shalt they i mw.-~Sl« Luke 4, I No ffin is matriculated to the art of life till he has been well tempted.—George Cliot. ECONOMIC SIGNS POINT IN RIGHT DIRECTION All the economic signs for the immediate future appear bright. Provisions of legislation passed by the recently adjourned congress call for the eventual out- : pouring of $3,753,000,000. Even in a nation of 130,000- 000 people that will mean turning loose a tremendous purchasing power that must be felt in every corner ' of the country. By...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

mm # w I.'1 ;' * ' I • .,. , sgs '<> •'F THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 193a SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS > J \ Hi q* il R A. Stuart, Railroad Commission Candidate, Speaks in Sweetwater V I I • • Id lg |o lie le- fty Ire # Ito 1c- lie Ire be rg ICS n Ihe le; Ind ler: 1 *n lor Ind red d Ind <1 Al- to led k- ab- • LlSS Ind aid red m the j| 'old she the bly ick- • if' \ ind- ?ain e is of OF * Denouncing professional poli ticians and perpetual office- holders, Robert A. (Bob) Stuart of Fort Worth rbought his can- didacy for railroad commission- e here Thursday morning with an addess on the courthouse lawn. He is making 50 addresses in West Texas this week and will speak tonight at Lubbock. Stuart declared that he is running for the office upon the record he made as district at- torney of Tarrant county, as state senator for six years, as holder of three major Federal Housing administration posi- tions and as president of the board of regents of the seven Texas state teachers c...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

THURSDAY, JUNE 23, Mft Cake Making iven by Agent JfS Home Demonstration Club Meets With Mrs. Clarence Stroman By Mn. K. O. Evans ADA— Miss Viarena Stinson gave an instructive demonstra- tion on making butter cake at the meeting this week of the Ada Home demonstration club at the home of Mrs. Clarence Stroman. The Rev. R. O. Bailey deliv- ered a sermon here Sunday morning and Sunday night. An- nouncement was made that a revival is to be held in the community early in August. Jack Anderson was employed Saturday in Sweetwater with a grocery concern. Merrill Hutchins of this com- munity is employed at a gro- cery in Sweetwater. He spent Sunday in Abilene with friends. Miss Clara Mae Fry, who was ill for several months, has fully recovered. Happy Watts and Bryan Boozer are working near Trent in the fields, combining grain. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stro- man visited in Midland this weekend. Mr. Stroman returned and Mrs. Stroman is remaining for a longer visit. Shirley Ann and Amy Ruth Daniel...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

• I • el ost ind ch. as ore ful ust W ran Si eSWR THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1930 V , . 1 , ;;|v; : ■" J SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS -s .- PAGE S p e cializlng In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted ^ HEMMM I -LOANS- Specializing A L_ ■ LUfll 1U Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c Milk Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) HAIR CUT 85c 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. Gupp V. O. Reagan • 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. Registered Optometrist# S- Expert examl- 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 C 3...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 June 1938

t^ew Officers Of Blackwell OES Chapter Dire ct Meeting Mm. L. W. Sweet ... BLACKWELL—The first ses- sion since election and installa- tion of officers of the Blackwell fcastern Star chapter was re- cently held. Mrs. Cecil Smith, worthy ma- tron, presided for the first time Jn her tenure and was assisted Austin Jordan, worthy pa- Dn; Mrs. Thelma Reynolds, as- sociate matron; Lewis W. Sweet, associate patron; Mrs. Miller Harris, conductress; Mrs. Es- ther Sweet, associate conduct- ress; Mrs. Opal Jordan, secre- tary; Mrs. Eunice Youngblood, treasurer; and Mrs. Leila Ham- ilton, organist. Mrs. Elna Sweet Is the newly installed marshal and directed floor work. Chap- lain of the chapter is Mrs. Fan- nie Rainey who led prayers. In charge of the outer doors were Mrs. W. A. Hazlewood, warder, and Mrs. W. C. Shamb- len, sentinel. Star points are Mrs. Carl Stuart, Ada; Mrs. Hat- tie Leach, Ruth; Mrs. Thelma Smith, Esther; Mrs. Willie Bur- wick, Martha; and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth White, Electra. ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

o I c. Wm Flood Takes Lives Of Nine Pers A . *■ ir I l«f Nitro Prematurely Explodes (I 1 '! C o o o 0 o Eight Men Blown To Bits HOBBS, N. M. —(UP)—Eight men were killed and three in- jured late yesterday on the Monument oil field, 10 miles southwest of here when 160 quarts of nitroglycerine explod- ed prematurely. The nitroglycerine, being prepared for "shooting" an oil well on the southwestern New Mexico oil field, was exploded when a "bomb", being prepared for lowering into the well, ex- ploded in the hands of an em- ployee of the American Glycer- ine Co. Among Those Killed Among those killed was George A. Caseman, 70, president of the National Trust and Savings Co., of Albuquerque, N. M. Four of the dead were employees of the Two-State Drilling Co. which had just completed drilling the well for which the explosive was intended. The remaining two victims were employed by the glycerine company. Jack Starkey, one of the own- ers of the Two-State Drilling Co. died today from injuries...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

Sweetwater; rkpoktek, sweitwate*, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1936 miss; Down At PICCLY WICCLY Milk Fed Fryers Fully Dressed ea 49C Fresh Cat FISH . ih. 25c BUTTER1 rresh Country .. Ib. 31c Picnic HAMS Baked with Cherries ib 29 c BACON ■sr .. ib. 31c BARBECUEH0T .. Lb. 25C T-Bone or Tenderloin STEAK Ib 25C No. 2 Can TOMATOES Tall Can Sugar CORN No. 2 can SPINACH No. 2 can KRAUT Your Choice Can Large Size LIMES ■ Doz 10C ORANGES ' 15c Fresh PINEAPPLE . ,,.h 15c Fresh Tomatoes - ■ Choice Ib jC Pure Cane Sugar 25 lb. hag .. 1*25 IN SANITARY CLOTH BAG 5 ..>s 29c 10 lb. bag .. 49c Church's Grape Juice --Qt 2®C Dobry's Best m ma ^ lb. bag Flour 12 24 lb. bag .. 73C 48lb. bag 25c lb. hiiK .. 43c 1.39 SHORTENING? ibs. 39c ibs. 78c Bliss COFFEE 19 c Tall Cans SALMON - - 2 For 25C 25c Size Oxydol - 69c Size 59c 19 c Cream MEAL - - 5 lb 15C-I0 Ib 27c Large Size Apple Butter 15c Young'Starrs Upset Roscoe Qirls Ten 12*8 Second Place Ten Threatens League Leaders Calloway Emerges Victor Over Stevens In Mo...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

k';. • -■•£*.: " • ■ • "fee, J-., v'•t •': , WV <t¥j P8$jJ *. *V -1*. ^W£ ' ;V> fiiiP'i;##' if ■ i *>* ■■■#£? rtlBAY, JUNE , 19S8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mrniim :w:mwmmL - * ' —- FiCE df 3 *-:••:•••••:••• • ,_' 4 «>«•' , ,, Ma,xwvi„..:..*. I < gg£* M 1 Ji Budget more fun out of your food bill—but not at the expense of the quality nor quantity of your meals. Save for fun where it's tun to 8ave. Go through our convenient displays and pick out your own food values! Get our tip-top quality! Fill your basket at our pared-down prices, and see how much you save—just for fun. ALL GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY 15c tall Can FANCY NO. 1 EAST TEXAS MARGLOBE AND JUNE PINK Yes, we have Tomatoes today—7000 pounds bought lor this weekend sale. See our mam- moth display you have to choose from. TOMATOES 5 Pound 4| Basket £ GREEN WELL FILLED Blackeyed PEAS >2|c SQUASHroworWhi,e...4*ic BEANSSna^.Green 7?i« EGG PLANT S!I"sl V/2C HOT PEPP...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

. ••<WK:i¥iifflr* spsE'^'^^vi5# 5.":^p^y \i V v' "' *V .■ >.'/' ' \ ,••^7^ .;•" * ' v ^ •: • ■'« ' y*" -'/-' f -• • v. % ■ - - . • ■ • _L mm** ■'• v'v-;'' ■',?flW^K public* w ctteerfuiiy correcwa upon b t to attention of the publisher*. PAGE FOUR •■-■ ■ ' —Features SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1938 on Thunoay by The Sweetwater . .. Inc. Entered aa second claaa natter at port % ■ - ■ ater,_TPM, „Feb. 9, ^.flfilO. office in Sweetwater^ T«gu, Feo. 8, George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, a I . f'f will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more.—Psalma 71; 14. Hope springs eternal in the human breast; never is, but always to be blest.—Pope. NEW PROBLEM PRESENTED ON GOVERNMENT SERVICE It is very doubtful if a case in the Federal court in New York to prevent a former G-man from disclos- ing the "inside" story of the capture of 12 Germans for espionage in this country has anything to do with the freedom of the press. The Post, a New York newspaper, wants to publish...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

as ;• 'j-- . HHn 'WW t #.■•#.!>- !■ '- £ \ • *l> ft • • p FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 19H i i Mesquite Sunday School Increases By Mrs. J. H. Pitman MESQUITE — Bible study is drawing large numbers each Sunday at the Mesquite church. The Rev. J. W. Newsom of Merkel filled his regular ap- pointment Saturday and Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Carpenter of Louisiana and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore of Crane visited their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cooper, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Porter are recovering from attacks of flu. Miss Mary Bell Hamilton spent Sunday visiting Miss M<ii- garet Yarhrough. Mrs. J. A. Brown and daugh- ter, Mrs. Yarbrough of Rotan, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wood- ard last week. Mrs. E. J. Reece was the guest Sunday of Mrs. Joe Redus. The Rev. J. W. Newsom and the Rev. Tom Neely spent Sat- urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Taylor and visited Sun- day in the Ike Hestand home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reduc had as their guests Sunday night, Mr. W...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

• jo*' - ■ _—.in rn m i'ij ii—.1. iaAMBi'MM'' JMM#3TB SWEETWATE* REFORlfR, SwEBTwATTH, TEXAS Kids for Spinach TON — Enrollment oS hers in West Texas State chers college here may in- crease after a recent announce- ment of the home economics de- partment. Children in the school-spon- sored nursery cry for spinach in preference to dessert! Faculty members and home economic students report that many of the tots have to be forced to stop eating vegetables so they can eat their dessert. The announcement is the cul- mination of several months "psychological" feeding by the department. Based on the the- ory that a child acquires its feeding habits, the nursery has, as far as possible, prevented any derogatory remarks about foods, letting each child form its own tastes and preferences. o South American 'Junket' Off WASHINGTON — (UP)—The federal maritime commission to- day indicated it has abandoned plans to operate a government "luxury" line to the east coast of South America and offered fo...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

« • FRIDAY, JtTNE 24, 1938 —— SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE SEVEN HOME MADE S p e cializing In Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted ^ Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c Milk Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) HAIR CUT 23c 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. Cnpp V. O. flengan Registered Optometrist* H§ Expert examl- "" 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 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 -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 E...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 June 1938

Director, Named County Chairman Competition Open to All Farmers; Much Work Already Accomplished A committee to guide Nolan county's entries in the water and soil utilization contest spon- sored during 1938 by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce was named by the county agri- cultural committee in session Wednesday. H. A. Walker, WTCC director, will head the committee. Oth- ers are George Barber, Board of City Development secretary-man- ner; Judge Charles W. Lewis, cnairman of the commissioner Ofturt; B. E. Hamilton, Roscoe; Miss Viarena Stinson, county home agent; four vocational agri- culture instructors, L. J.'Starr of Highland, R. R. Petty of Divide, J. D. Franklin, Jr., of Black- well and J. C. Hattox of Roscoe; and County Agent R. B. Tate. Open To All The contest is open to all farm- ers in the county, and under the rules laid down it will in- clude terracing, water wells, and many phases of soil and water conservation. Work already done since Jan. 1, 1938, will be included. Nola...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

k k J ! • I I >- 4\ "%-<V - SWEETWATER RAINFALL CHART Jau Feb Mar Apr • 26 .77 .043.02 2.56 77 .491.661.05 1.69 28 .41 .91 .33 .81 129 .40 1.101.94 .81 •30 .27 xx .27 1.68 31 1.50 2.881.29 2.24 o 32 2.54 2.58 .05 6.07 •33 .101.01 .28 .85 '34 .24 .50 3.15 2,72 as .12 2.34 .54 3.05 •36 .11 xx .75 1.78 '37 .59 .021.62 .41 • '38 1.67 2.47 2.62 1.40 May Jne Jly Auk Sep Oct Nov Dec Tot! 2.28 4.09 6.46 1.95 3.42 5.68 .72 3.3133.99 .05 2.42 4.7? .81 7.75 .92 xx .9022.57 6.78 2.46 7.48 3.53 .75 .94 .64 .4825.62 6.70 .52 3.03 xx 5.10 1.41 .22 .0921.35 3.31 1.47 .82 1.72 1.51 7.40 1.70 1.7522.00 1.32 1.30 2.32 .68 xx 8.90 2.52 7.1827.13 8.2014.67 1.16 9.0414.76 .17 xx 5.25 64.95 .16 .62 5.66 1.79 1.03 1.70 2.1919.43 .33 3.48 .0615.02 1.22-1.21 .26 30.43 1.77 .72 .8018.70 1.86 .85 1.3513.44 11.72 .13 1.69 .76 1.88 .33 8.89 6.80 1.64 .16 4.20 2.78 xx 3.67 .01 6.31 3.99 .75 .43 .91 .66 2.34 1.10 'Million Dollar' Rain Aids Cotton And Feed A slow, gentle rain, estimated^ to be worth thousands...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

I ' ' mmm -mm iMm ■ « Ms®' lm MK ' vr.!' 'iv-•r ^*1 ^'eWA «6& itionals Lead Until Final Inning GUlf Outhit As Truekmen Launch Upset Attempt i t Internationals gave Gulf anoth er scare and close shave In the finale of a double bill Friday night, leading 3 to 2 as they went into the seventh inning and apparently headed for an up- set. But in that seventh inning Gulf pushed across four runs, aided by bobbles by the Truck- men, and when the smoke clear- ed away the Gas boys had pull- ed another one out of the fire 6 to 4. IHC tallied only once in their half of the last frame. IHC got 7 hits to 6 for the Gulf, but 4 errors to 2 really spelled the margin as the hard- fighting Internationals appeared too anxious to upset the second placfe ten. Belton Lee worked the mound for the winners, and Stevenson turned in a good per- formance for the losers. Steven- son struck out 6, but walked 5. Lee got only 2 strikeout-!, and walked 3. Nummary Of Game Gulf ABRHG Absher cf 4 2 2 0 Ely rs 3 0 10...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

SUNDAY, Jim m^rn ' """ar ^ tto W If 0 ml -i—■ Women** Interest Qubs • Churche* WmMi« I HMwhMHHM HI 1 . SWEETWATER, TEXAS 1® = (}\exV3, — lone P. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 ' Jfe * ^ ^Outdoor Activities Occupy Social Set jJOCIETY'S gone a-skating, a-swimming, a-plcnicking, a-fishin' O and a-golflng, discarding formal afternoon frocks, tea gowns and evening dresses to don comfortable sports clothes for al fresco and informal entertainment and diversion. An attack of vacation-itis has hit Sweetwater maids and matrons as they heed the call of the out- Mrf-doors, the fascination of na- ture or the lure of "wander- lust." Cooking a meal over the open Sire, the aroma of bacon and Coffee mingled with the tang of wood-smoke, or a sandwich eaten beneath the shade of a tree or by the cool, peaceful waters of a lake has more appeal $ian cocktails, caviar or filet mignon served at a banquet table. Lake Sweetwater is the mecc'a for large groups each evening, as picnic suppers, boating or Owim...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 June 1938

W# "Melt &■, w«« given Nolan In oil circles Saturday, J. C. Hunter of Abilene, lit of the West Central Oil Sc Gas ' association, a special invitation for Sweetwater's representatives at 1 the Brownwood meeting of the group, to be special guests. P. L. .Ullom, chairman, of the 1 oil and gas development commit- tee of the Board of City Devel- opment, Guy Morris, member of the committee, and George Barber, secretary-manager of the BCD, left Saturday after- noon to attend the business meeting of the association. o Fisher Farms To Be Entered In Contest ROBY — Preparations have been made for the entry of Fisher county in the water and s, 1 conservation contest of the West Texas Chamber of Com- merce. A committee will be set up soon to guide the details of the competition, with farmers of the county evincing strong interest in the event. eatres m f vpp ' 3 wli'll iiMMal msssm Colorado Plans Municipal Plant COLORADO — The city coun- cil authorized Mayor J. A. Sad- ler to make personal a...

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