Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1944

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SwMfwoter Reporter, Sweetwater, Texas
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Friday, Sept. 22, 1944
B SCHOOLS
MJSTIN —(UP) — A list of
conference B schools eligi-
to play in this fall's football
[iieUule- of the University of
j :.«cas Interscholastie League
Lj? been issued in Austin.
J Vi ens, Meridan and Cranfill'.s
• are listed as members o;'
I v. iracue in good standing bur
i- -: Ken assigned to no dis-
; Vecause of ti asportation
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year there were 170
Tn: els in the conference Be-
Sii- ire 171 conference _ 3
• there wiil be 269 confer
MONTOOMIRY WARD
ROAD TO BERLIN Million Pounds
Here are the nearest distances k|„ _ J,. J
to Berlin from advanced Allied V>luin6j 1*66000
- m .mu-i For Europe
,t from a point near Nijmegen —
-V e.air of seven miles in week ) United Nations Relief Rehab-
p'MSSia 315 miles (from Wat; ilitation administration is seek-
saw —a gain of five miles in. ing to collect 15,000,000 pounds
week).
Italy—551 miles (from a point
north of Florence — gain of two
miles in week).
W. P- Freeman of Dallas, is
A Teams -?nd 1C5 conference ' spending the weekend m c" ret-
teams. v.^tei on bii^tne?^.
Avuililfete lit
Phone or cqii err our catalogue order desk
rcr iiisss hard io $ei iis^s. l-umisd
t J i i >7 >1 r i v i £ S - HI; f i y'
i e v-
100 rear
' . . .. I ,-i.i .s rt ^
vuui'in! . • i. r.. >. inciuticii
- i: -1-1.1 rt i fifth .ivcjiac 8ft'
. i.:: • or vVorc.cr."?. is:; inciuaca
8 =75
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of wearable clothing for the
needy in Europe. Winter is near
and the need is urgent. Many of
the liberated peoples are left in
destitute circumstances. The
UNRRA has asked all churches
J and religious faiths to cooper-
~ ; ais in this worthy effort ihe fol-
* ' lowing types of clothing are
needed.
Infant Garments: All types are
needed, and. are in urgent de-
mand, especially knit garments.
Men's and boys' garments. Ov-
! er coats, topcoats, suits, coats,
sweaters, jackets, shirts, robes,
pajamas, all types of work cloth-
es overalls, coveralls, etc.
Women's and girls' garments:
Overcoats, jackets, skirts, sweat-
ers. dVesses, underwear aprons,
jumpers, smocks, robes, nig'nt-
i wear, etc. Bring these articles to
; your church, or watch for an-
' nouncement in papers for s Com-
' munity Depot as a gneerai col-
> lecting center.
Swe'etwater Pasters Associa-
tion and "Vomens Alliance will
' supervise collection.
CKc'KCniLij TO LISBON
LONDON (UP) — The Algiers
radio says diplomatic quarters
in Lisbon report that Prime Min-
Churchii ihas srons to Mos-
taiks with Premier Sta-
bs Ki
30x30
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HUjr i
rr*-•>:!£ -nor
Beys
Girss
PERCALE (8 colors ai u white)
2 qualities, per yard 18c and
F At OS I KECKED S«APK5K :
Vara
CAE MB TRUCK RADIATORS for some model:
availabk (frons 10 days to io days delay) up from
m
US
oncgomery Ward
I j 3 tasf 3rd St
\\ e do cr.stora slaughtering
Livestock Received
Ever1 Week Day
Eroir. 8 a- rn- to 6 p. m-
Kiiiir.g Days
Tuesdays - - - Wednesdays
and Fridays
SLAUGHTER plant
west of Sweetwater
Or, Bankhcad Highway
Girl Scouts Begin
School Year With
Party At USO
Girl Scout Troop No. 9 met
Thursday evening at the USO
for a party to begin the new*
school year. The largest part of
the evening was spent in play-
ing jolly games. _
Refreshments of Angel Food
and Chocolaet Cake with sher-
bert was served. Business was
discussed, and it was decided to
continue meeting for the pres-
ent at the Baptist church. Work
for the next month will be de-
voted to finishing second class
requirements and the comple-
tion of the plays started last
spring.
Study oft'ne life of .Tnlette Low
will be entwined with our other
subjects Those present were
the leaders, Mrs. Loren Pursell
and Mrs. Lester Turner, and 18
girls: Phyllis Wenzel, Peggy
Wheeler, Doris Ann Turner, Glo-
ria Hatcher, Catherine Lee,
Joyce Hennington, Gale Supulv-
ei, Janell Rogers, Beverly Noble
Betty Martin, Reba Lou Bouner,
Liiiie Marie Pickett, Beth Capps,
Jean Muiiins', Dorothy Rushing,
Barbara Amos, Carmel, Jean
Parish and one guest.
^iORjtt K. P.
W ASKINGTON — (UP) —
there's a private stationed it
the Seaaiia. Missouri Army Air
r ieici who may never get off K.
P.
There are three sergeants will-
ing to take turns keeping him on
it.
They sweated through a 10-
rninute gas aiert the other day.
then the siren sounded again
and on again went the gas masks
Three hours later an officer
entered.
"What's the idea of keeping
those masks on?" he demanded.
They told him. 'that's where
the private came in —he'd imi-
tated the signal and disappeared
without sounding the "all clear."
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NO COURT TODAY
AUSTIN (UP) — The state
supreme court will not sit today,
it was announced in Austin this
morning.
The court is expected to hand
down a ruling on the democra-
tic presidential elector dispute
by tomorrow.
CjjOi.Hni3 FINS
That Good Spring Type
2,>c Per Dozen Postpaid
Bobby Pins, dozen 10c
8 in- Dressmakers Scissors 85c
5 in._School Scissors . 35c
Nail files - ■ 25c
Steel Pot Cleaners (Chore
uirl) 10c
Childrens Tea-Rose Rayon
Panties, Elastic Tops, Sizes
2, 4, 6. 8, -59c
Call or Write us for your baby
needs. Mail orders fiiien
Promptly
WILLIAMS SUPPLY CO.
39 North Chadbourne St,
San Angelo, Texas
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tinhv B&ef uwl Choi'-e itock
WANTED
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WiLL PAY
CEiLiNG PRICES
CURLEY S STUDIO
art portraiture
DOSCHER BLDG.
115 E. 3rd St. Dial 3161
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BODYWORK
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VEB—we have an expert
body man who does wonders.
fijyou
— A factory trained hod.y man
who uses the most modern far
tory equipment and methods.
vVAHTS TO
All Quality Markets
In The Sweetwater Area
PROUDLY SERVE
Brooks Select Meat*
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MONTGOMERY WARD't
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4.98
IkAUTifui WAIHAIIi
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Outstanding values! White and fluffy as a Summer cloud . . . and
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fine quality organdy delicately flocked and specially treated to
stay celery-crisp even after a dozen washings! Have deep, frothy
luffles! Picoted edges! And each pair is 82" wide, 2/z yards long
For lop qualify, at low prices, corne to Wards!
FELTED COTTON MATTRESS |3 88
WONDERFULLY LOW PRICED
Layers of comfortable, clean new cotton deeply tufted to preVen'
shifting! 50-pound weight... firm rolled edges . i; 4 handles foi
easy turning . . . long wearing striped ticking. A big Value1
COMPARTMENT MATTRESS ... For extra comfort, extra wear!
SO-lb. staple cotton filled, woven stripe licking ...
Only 20% Down! Monthly Payment Plan! 2 3'8 8
£
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COTTON marquisette
TAILORED PAIRS p.-. 1'9{|
Exceptionally gcod quality!
Nsatiy tailored! Generous h®msl
trch pair,. 66"x2'/e yds,
Men's Large
White
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NEW SHIPMENT VOILE
COTTAGE SETS po'rl'89
Self checked voile with bright
percale trim! Ruffled tops! Gen-
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IS'
Soft cotton handkerchiefs (16"
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fcr breast pocket display
^ Men'*
Canvas
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WARDS SEMI-SHEER
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QUALITY SHORTf POfc ^
MEN—ECONOMY PRiCHM
80<
1.00
21'
St-jrdy i2-oi. canvas, smoothly
nepped irride! Snug-fittine dou-
t!e-Knit wrisi'.!
NEW SHIPMENT CURTAIN
MATERIALS yar 29c
Sheer rayon, cotton, noveity mar-
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offer in a long timet See theml
Splendid birthday Celebration
values! So flatieringi So prac-
tical too, with their reinforced
feet and tops. Smart shades in
sizes 8'/j to 10'/j.
Wards celling price—$1,141
Smooth-fitting, comfortablel ■ Tie
side and boxer styles In bread*
cloth, poplin weave rsyont,
printed woven rayons. .}•
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2.49
RATION FREE CASUALS
IN GAT CORDUROT
Here's a new version of your favorite lounger . .. streamlined and
ration free. It's in rich long wearing corduroy and you can have it
in sparkling red, or a mellow blue i;; Give just the bright accent;
your fall suits and dresses need. And at this tempting budget-wiie
price, how can you resist them?
Unratianed l izard-Like Dressy Sandal* in Rich Brawn . . 2.91
YOU CAN NAVE THE TOPS IN
WARDS ALL WOOL SWEATERS 2*98
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For our 72nd Birthday Celebration! We've selected the credm of
our sweater crop and are offering it to you at this thrifty prite!
Every single one is made of All Wool—silky soft, yet sturdy enou|h
to last through seasons of tough wear. We have all your favorite
styles too—including those wonderful Carol Brent slip-ons y(W
know and like so well. Eight luscious colors. 32-40.
Visit our Catalog Department (Jive your budget a lift . . . use
. . for items not in store stocks our Monthly Payment Plan1-
113 East Third
Ward
Phone 471
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. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, September 22, 1944. Sweetwater, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth282981/. Accessed July 12, 2014.