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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

■ ' '•$ W& u ./ -V I-', > J %i t \jr 0 o .M' t'WmV 0 c RAINS BOOM PROSPECTS BEST CROP IN EIGHT YEAR Station for First Half of Year Nears Total For All Of 1937 Precipi r ifv Heavy rain Monday afternoon^ boosted the 1938 rainfall total for the first six months to 13.30 inches, within .05 of an inch of the total for the entire 12 months last year. Agriculture agents, farmers, ranchers and others today are SYLVESTER BEST l\ 8 CROPS YEARS SYLVESTER — "Crop con- ditions in the Sylvester sec- tion are the best they have been in the last eight years" said Elmer Hawkins, Syl- vester grocer while in Sweetwater today. Hawkins reported that small grain yields showed a heavy increase over a year ago. Thirty-two cars of grain have already been .shipped this year with pros- pects for an additional C or 8 cars. Last year the total shipments comprised 22 cars. talking of one of the best crop prospects in eight years. The to- SWEETWATER RAINFALL CHART Jai> Feb Mar Apr 26 .77 .04 3.02 2.56 '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

** -v, ; — Sweetwater reports, sweetwater, texas TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1998 shiftmen Set Record To Win At Poughkeepsie Crew Victory Upsets West Annapolis Boys Win For Coach In Bed From Injuries POUGHKEEPSIE — (UP) - Navy's gallant midshipmen, rowing an inspired race, scored a stunning upset in the four- mile varsity event of the inter- collegiate rowing regatta, win- ning in record-breaking time against California and Wash- ington, favorites from the West. The blue blades of the An- napolis crew led six other col- lege shells down through driv- ing rain and choppy water, the first eastern boat to win the intercollegiate classic since 1931. The triumpn snapped a six- year winning streak of far west- See GALLANT NAVY Page 3 SPORT CALENDAR AND STANDINGS znsiiL BOYS! GIRLS! FREK3S311 American League W. L. Cleveland 38 21 New York 31 25 Boston 33 27 Washington 34 31 Detroit 32 31 Philadelphia 26 30 Chicago 21 33 St. Louis 19 39 National W. li. New York 37 24 Cincinnati 34 25 Chicago Pittsbur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

PKv-' W; WMimt.mi t, JUNE 28, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 6iv( Maynard ^es Party for Mrs. L Roane Mrs. Crain Entertains In Honor of Son On His Birth Anniversary By Mrs. Edna Roberta DIVIDE—Complimenting Mrs. Landon Roane, the former Miss Loreta Clayton, a recent bride, "^iss Nelma Joe Maynard en- •. irtained Friday afternoon with i a gift party. One of the highlights of the entertainment was a spelling "bee" and numerous games. < )A refreshment plate holding ' cake and punch was served to forty-three guests who register- ed in a daintily made bride's book. Community Has Several Social Events During week S I JWRS. CRAIN GIVES PARTY FOR HER SON DIVIDE—Mrs. J. H. Crain en- tertained Friday afternoon with a birthday party honoring her ' Jin, Bertram. Games and contests furnished merriment for the children, who were served cake and punch during the afternoon. Among those present were ' oyce Egger, Elvie Brice, Leta •"Joy and Roy Webb. DEAN ELKINS CONDUCTING REVIVAL / D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

I I p ■v : ' ' '■ ' r" ' • • PSKflPw 4 * ' 5 • • ' _'v _ 5 _ ct «• Raportar'BpubUoi- (.JltOridlS"" a nl mil"ft ill ¥ oomcted qdoq b#> toattentlon df the puuttm ' -.4> !* ?&<?:'> i 1 Wshwrv*' ** ®r. •• 'j- v ol •RTER-Features m -'•« PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1938 And the ark of God remained with the family af Obededom in his house three months. And the hard blessed the house of Obededom, and all that he had.—I Chronicles 13;14. No man is prosperous whose immortality is forfeited.—H. W. Beecher. RADICAL PROFESSORS OUT TO "GET" LEGION Columbia University teachers college has published a 280-page monograph by a Northwestern University professor named William Gellerman. Gellerman writes that his study of the American Legion shows it to be "unpatriotic" and "fascist."' The survey is important to good citizens in that it indicates how far afield some educators go in their attempt to command every vestige of thought in this country. Opinions of a professo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

*.// ■w&kwws SP? ,. ■>■■ ?: • - . mf > .'■-, . !-"j jff •' '''■):■ ■-■ '-'■ .■ Mje'- ' ' •/'."' >?ira IB-,*- . r. vgr jftfl # r-/" 1 151 TUESDAY, JUNE :28, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS =J. KiCRUM I-LOANS- Specializing A ——L_ ■ LwflllU Specializing in Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick " 8c Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c Paradise Ice Cream (Next Ezell Hotel) K I 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. Cnpp V. O. Reagan Registered Optometrists Pj 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 Rccord 0 Open Note • 3 Years to Repay 0 No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your home. JENNINGS LUMBER CO. • Reasonable Rates...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 June 1938

SWEETWATER. TKXAg 1 . I TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1938 f 11 I Sunbeam's Mid-Week sale? PRICES FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY « Paper Bag 1 Limit SHELLED PECANS lb. pkg. 10c pkgs. Post Toasties Red Pitted Sour CHERRIES - - - Morrell's 5c Size POTTED MEAT - Bliss Coffee 39c I5c 25c TOMATOES Sn2 V/iC 8c TRIX 2 Dole Pineapple JUICE 4(> oz. can LARGE PKG. No. 10 Can 3 5-0z. Cans i 1 LB. CAN IOC 19c Fancy Yellow Dent ROASTING EARS 25c Small White Velvet OKRA, I Lb. Medium Size 9c iviecnuni r>i/.e CUCUMBERS u> 5c Home Grown BLACKEYED PEAS . * LEMONS '"XSize Sunl<i5' 22c BEANS Fan7bGree" 7'ic BAKANAS America, doz. 19c PEPPER B" LI). 5c Ice Cold ^ WATERMELONS - - - «>• *2® KMKS" S W5K S FLOWER, WHITE OR YELLOW SQUASH. ™|}a()V SEVEN STEAK 15c Boneless Well Seasoned ROLLED ROAST , 15c Sliced CURED HAM E„, «. 28c SiiR'ar Cured SLICED BACON „ 25c NUCOA All Vegetable OLEO * * lb. 19C -am, ... it n y — _ Assorted Pickle and Pimiento Lb. ^ <g _ 1S2IJIC6CB S^Od OS Pimiento, Mac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

h-w ■ HOLIDAY' EXPECTED TO END IN AUGUST i i c (J Saturday Closing Of Texas Fields Lifted for July Sunday Shutdowns Are to Continue; Daily Allow- able Is 1,602,086 Barrels AUSTIN — (UP) — Texas oil men today looked forward to an end of oil field shutdowns in August after an order issued late yesterday by the Texas railroad commission lifted the ban on Saturday operations. Saturday closing began May 14. The order, effective July 1, permits operation next Satur- day. ) Daily Allowable Kixc<l AUSTIN — (UP) — Saturday closing of Texas oil fields, ef- fective since May 14, was ended today by orders of the Texas Railroad Commission. Sunday closing of the oil fields, with the exception of Rodessa field, will be continued through July. The state's daily allowable production of oil from all fields was set at the equivalent of 1,- 359,400 barrels a day on a full month basis Allowable daily production as set by a schedule for wells, to- tals 1,002,080 barrels. The five Sundays that the fiel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

ISSSiPl* HHIL w "< yS>'- ill■IHITA'W' TRIM f SWWSI WAlWf Iri^n | f WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1980 # Wins 9th Straight Qame For Reds illflM Oft Idle Tasks In American NEW YORK—(UP) — John- ny Vander Meer pitched his ninth straight victory and his 10th of the season, allowing but ■ix hits as the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5- 2. The victory pushed the Reds back within 1 1-2 games of the leading New York Giants whose scheduled game at Philadelphia Was rained out Two-baggers by Rizzo and Todd and Young's single gave the Pirates all their runs in the second inning. Johnny calm ed down and allowed but two safeties the rest of the distance. Frank McCormick led the Reds' 14-hit attack off Bauers and Brown with four singles in five trips. Ernie Lombardi drove in three of the Reds runs with a pair of singles. Cards Beat Cabs The Chicago Cubs fell 2 1-2 games behind the Reds when they were licked 9-3 by the St. Louis Cards. Lon Warneke turn- ed thfe Cubs back with seven safetie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

, JUNE 29, wot •„ v*" %:, fjgm a: :■ s* mm- . -w" SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Jponsors to Big j Spring, Eastland, "tamford, Cisco . 0 Bathing Beauty Float in Reunion Parade to Adver- ' : tise Water Carnival # Sweetwater will be represent- ed in four Fourth of July events, thi ?e delegates have been named ""nd the fourth yet to be select- L * Miss Ella Ruth Myres will go A < to Eastland, and Miss Joyce (« Rogers will be the representa- tive at Cisco, with a delegate to j ^8 Spring yet to be named. •' Miss Louella Headrick-will en- jier the cowgirl competition at Uamford. Sweetwater also will ; represented at Stamford by * float of bathing beauties to ft vertise the Water Carnival July 14-15. Invitations have been sent the "Goddess of West Tex- as" contestants from Abilene, Stamford, Roby, Rotan and An- —in to ride on this float. • o Soil Contest directors Named ROBY — A committee of 14 has been named to guide Fisher "ounty's competition in the 'est Texas Chamber of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

?a| •• ■ *$!gr. v?fs '■Kr--m ****? J£ V>"^' 5'?. '*"** *"' '. •#*■ ":,' REPORTER—Features PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1938 Inc. Entered as second class matter office In Sweetwater, Texas, _Feb. 9, George Bennltt and I Cursed be he that tetteth light by hit father or hit mutther. And all the people thatt toy, Amen.—Deuteronomy 27; 16. ' Unblessed is the son who does not honor his {Mttfeltt*; but if reverent and obedient to them, he will receive the same from his own children.— Euripides. NEW VETERANS HOSPITAL A SWEETWATER OPPORTUNITY Possibility that the government may establish a vet- erans hospital in the West Texas area affords an op- portunity for Sweetwater. Location of such an institu- tion is most important and viewing the scene about Sweetwater, we should have what it takes to bring the hospital here. We have what every other West Texas city has plus. It is that "plus" that should spur us on to make a bid for this project, when it is announced. We shoul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

""T7r 0 bbmi WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS r I • ) i i i HOME MADB S p e cializing in Ice Cream for parties, etc. All flav- ors. Thick Malted Q_ Milk .. OC Vanilla Pt. 10c Qt. 20c 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* Expert exami- 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. 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 pain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 June 1938

MM wm mmw mmsss^ SWEETWATER REPORTER, .f.'i"" - ''' ' " I "i' "i"1' — ■ ' 1 ■ i I i i _ isiness Men Cooperating In Publication O f Fair Catalog w >, ■; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1938 Committee 100 Per It Response Preparations Are Well Underway on Book; 3000 Copies to Be Mailed Sweetwater business firms are cooperating 100 per cent In taking full page advertise- ments in the catalog being pre- paid for the Midwest Exposi- tion,^ be held in September, according to W. R. Johnson, chiirman of the catalog com- mittee. Preparations for the catalog are well underway, it was re- ported at a meeting of the com- mittee yesterday. Every firm in Sweetwater is to be given a chance to advertise in the cata- log, the canvass to be com- pleted soon. Approximately 3,000 copies of the catalog are to be mailed out to interested persons in this area. A large per cent of the fair budget is expected to be rais- ed through advertising. Those present at Tuesday's meeting were Johnson, W. S. Chennault, W. H. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

) I i a *'- ■'. ;.r' ■',■■. ■ h ,- • f • ■ ;■/■ ■.? .V. ■ • ■ ' ■*~r*vrr* ■•:■' * * SHIPS FOR U. S., BRITAIN. FRANCE [# Countries Sign Protocol to <r^ 1$ Boost Tonnage y / '1 V «. 1 19 I # f & •v J.|, Increased from 35,000 To 45,000 Tons; Chamber- lain's Power Wavers By United Press The United States, the Unit- ed Kingdom and France signed a protocol today, substituting 45,000 tons for 35,000 tons as the maximum size of capital naval ships, Alfred Duff Cooper, first lord of the admiralty, informed the house of commons in Lon- don. The maximum size of naval guns will remain at 16 inches. Duff Cooper announced that Germany has signed a similar agreement, and adherence of Russia is expected shortly, (•overnment Wavers Prime Minister Chamberlain, faced with a revolt in the house of commons over the summon- ing of one of its members be- fore a military tribunal, staved off what might have meant the downfall of the government. Chamberlain announced that the committee on privileges ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

HI Team Ten In July San Antonio Among Eaity Registrants For Annual Contests Entries have begun to pour in for the Gulf AAU swimming meet to be staged in Sweetwat- er July 16-17, according to A. J. Stiles, swim commissioner and general chairman of the meet committee. Galveston leads in early en- tries \jith registration of a team of ten swimmers. San An tonio also has given notice of THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1939 - fr, "-J . a strong aggregation. These are the first of the replies to'200 inquiries and invitations sent out only last week. AAU officials are directly in charge of the meet, with Stiles being assisted by Homer Wil- liams, vice president of the Gulf AAU for West Texas. Medals Arrive Medals for the event were re- ceived today by the BCD or- ganization cooperating with AAU officials in the Sweetwat- er event. These are for first, second and third places in a variety of events. With the impetus of these early entries, it is expected that approximately 150 swimmers and divers from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

i.V5-i'- ^ -is-^>^:-b ^-V• 'f ^ ?rr *-w-.v • •**•• ;; 7-;.'r,T--tT :^VJp- ; '°' \ '~-$f£ y-:-f% V;V;,''V:'-..-■ .' / ^•• . ■v^"- -■ '!P?|pr>' ■ '' • ■< :-: v'."'"r':"''1'"■ ' "■ * ~~ iY, JUNE 30, 1938 1 '•*'\ & ay®? f'; w*<$« *1 PP mi IPks :s H %pi!'' ¥;'••: ■:■■*:<::' «SP V ;*->;- >Mr>' BH Houston SWEETWATER tRTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mWm?r +*■ J-M •''- WW $$1 i' ,. Houstoi 112 times [ tallied its 10 — (UP) — it San Antonio 14 league baseball "'TffSSstfi'.f.v '" n ~ already had scored When Ban Antonio ob- Iojm run in the sixth inning. Scofflc knocked a home run for Houston in the ninth in- ning. o Five experimental stations to promote the development of Alaska fire maintained there by the U. S. Department of Agri- culture. News Briefs TRIP 0 fcfc •> 4th of July WEEK-END One way coach fare plus 10% for round trip tickets good in chair care and coaches . . . fare and one-third of one- way first class fare for tickets good in sleepers (berth extra.) • Here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

.■ Ji refe/--: ik!mm^&<$mlL, M 'jM&MEM Meet in n er Si g< cc tr te to — (UP) — The Tfcxas district semi-pro- la) baseball tournament '^rm be Staged at Colorado July 7-17, S. . W. Anderson, district commissioner of semi-profes- •ional baseball, affiliated with the national semi-pro baseball Congress announced here today. "Thtt will be one of a series 01 district tournaments that will determine which teams will enter the annual Texas cham- pionship semi-pro meet to be held at Waco July 20," Anderson said. "This also will be the first district tournament for western Texas." Into Nt Final* WIMBLEDON — (UP)— Don- aid Budge of Oakland, CaJ., stnashed into the finals of the all-England singled tennis cham- pionships along with 32-year-old "Henry Wilfred (Bunny) Austin of England: ^ While a capacity crowd of 20,000—the first full house since the tournament started last week—looked on, Budge dusted off Franjo Puncec of Yugoslavia, 6-2, 6-1, 6-4, in the semi-finals. Previously, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

JSB" - "v.;-. M**., > I > . ■ mmm kV, mmAin nrnMBrifiRVATn, nui :m Qt. 20c Cream Hotel) CUT 25c Tumnlci eater comfort in flt for our cus- have our shop BfDITlONED -fjfrin'r yfi\X to visit us RESCGlllirj iARBER SHOl .mm/, Mboadway J. A. Ciw V. O. Reagan festered | Optometrist* ; *i3| ■Xpert examl- a*tion and glasses cam iUBb fitted. Re- pairing an|^ ^proken lenses duplicated.^] -TV ; J. P. MAJOfl L\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. When the sun comes out, .'iikI the clouds k<> 'round, Rain is over, and dirty cars parade tile town, The squeaks are prominent to the motorists' ears. And the confusion of it all drives you to tears, Something must he done! 'Tis plain to see, All, I have it! We'll phone Four-Three-Three, The boys at Pittman's surely kno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

ImMI Hp®5**- ■•-■ ;'• .:$*•.a'fcjR--'•■■« •%ie|Er! Vi' JMife. •«aafc«B ■■ g*f MWR&m I H>IIi'J1 MWlliii<Ww?hKIT^m Good Demand^or Tickets To Dance At Which Phil Harris' Orchestra To Play ■ 1 Projteti Launched Year; Many New Buildings lilding permits for Sweet- sr in 1938 Wednesday pass- ""the $100,000-mark, with the il for the same period in surpassed and Thursday's p^Fgnits yet to be added to the si* .months. ■Unofficial total for the year to crate fs $100,047, compared to 986,742 through June 30 in 18(27. Hftwever, the figures do not completely reflect the true comparison. In 1938, many more projects were launched or com- peted than for the same period ii 1937. These included numer- ous residence and business build- ings, repairs, remodeling, moder- nization and alteration. 1(9 this respect, 1938 surpas- ses 1937 for the same period more than the actual figures re- flect. Recent Projects Contributing to the $100,- 047 total, projects not previous- ly recorded, are Morris &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

wSiWMHRHMS GENERAi NEWS AN!) / I ADVERTISING .?y(PF VOLUME XLI SWEETW. DAY, JUNE ■ii .ii.' 'fi i I fill I'M AN1 ADVERT! .11 V % ii i s* Hundreds Of Given By Local Merchants All roads in West Texas lead to Sweetwater for two big Merch- ants Bargain Days, Julyl and 2. *libwn these roads will come families who are going to take home a variety of free gifts by qualifying for a great array of prizes being offered by the merchants. You may think your big feet are a handicap but during Bargain Days they may win the prize — —————- for being the biggest to tread the boards. Simply register those big feet with the business house off/ ' -g a prize for man with thf . jrgest feet. You may have thought your old car was nothing but an ag- gravation. Just drive it in to Sweetwater during Bargain Days and register with the busi- ness houses offering prizes for the oldest bit of tin on four wheels. Just so you may know how many prizes there are and where to register, below are given the prizes in det...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 June 1938

•if <1 P, it t Jul* fftvjfceae, to mm nnnrmn a# iff* Mfgi /tigfrt and Bt for a c)utck- .' ■'., ■ 1 tha i >w*gon dinner each day at ;.. Entertainment of the whose mam life on Inn cattle ranches and preserving cufctoms and traditions of the old west. Wa* Cousin# of Dallas, form- er West Texas cowhand who is servjtof his second term as pre- sident of the association, will pre- aide at the meeting of the old- timers. Officers for the coming year will be elected. The meetings will be held in the enlarged cowboy bunlchouse, permanent home of the asso- ciation, yrhich is being complet ed along the lines it was origin- ally designed at a cost of $6,- 300. II II 1 l ''1' U.'u.i i,i> i-y> ■- • * * - ■ V- ' . : ' ft • "3# THUftfPAYt JUNE 30, 1988 — "" " II' - - aPiiSmlSH^ Store; to ft Old Merchandise in Sale JfeQtfMpp. department if •oMuottnK an enlarge- Which will fiye OQe of the finest to he found Worth and £1 tmen have virtually cgp- *w- remodeling of #he and which has * Into th...

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