Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 325, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1938

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• Announcements
I'll bile Notice
Safety is of importance in
(he buying of life insurance,
but the careful buyer today
can wave money without sac-
rificing anything in the
way of security.
Joe II. Boolhc,
Business Service
FREjp C. DAUGHERTY
Lawn Mower Grinding
Complete Welding Service
Across Ilwy. from Morgan Hotel
• Lost and Found
LOST: Small black and white,
short haired Fox Terrier. Re-
ward. Call 3205 or 800 James
St.
• Automobiles
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Wrecking Service
McCRIGHT'S WRECKING
SERVICE
"24 Hour Wrecker Service"
West Broadway Ph. 2121
• Real Estate
Ilea) fOstate For Sale
AIM
320 acres good valley land in
state of Colorado for sale or
trade for Sweetwater proper-
ty. G7 acres in cultivation. AH
fenced. Shallow water. Ad-
dress Box 112, Sweetwater,
Texas.
104
(let Acquainted Offer
Rooms Papered 1.50 up
Painting Estimates
Anything of Values aj
Part Payment
ALSTON LUMBER CO.
R. C. Hart
E. Ave. A. Ph. 782
JOKES BEAUTY SHOP
50!) Cedar
Eugene Waves... .$2.00
Other Pennants $1 t.< $!}
All Work Guaranteed
Phone 2449
• Instruction
IIOSS SKCKBl'AKIAL
SCHOOL
Offers you an opportunity ti>
qualify in shorthand and type
writing Full secretarial
or :t months. Ex-
Coinmercial I n •
course in
perienced
tructor.
Ph. 402
Made Hotel
FOR SALE or TRADE: Some
good fresh inilk cows and
some good springer cows; 2
row John Deere cultivator; 2<
row Case planter in good con-
dition, 1 good Hereford bull
with all breeding qualities, 2
years old 20th of May: some
good hogs and pigs. If you
have anything to sell, see J.
R. Layfield, 7 miles north of
Roscoe, Texas.
Houses For Sale
A15
FOR RENT OR SALE: 5 room
house and four acres land 3
blocks south old Sanitarium.
Phone or see J. H. Tubb.
• Business Opportunities
To Sell
A 36
FOR SALE: U.-cd Frigidaire,
A t condition $35 cash. I'll.
:.'007.
FOR SALE: The Nite Spot. I.il-
eal ion southwest double intra
Lake Sweetwater. Sell all or
part. Sec Grover I lanes at
200 West Broadway.
• Employment
Help Wanted, Mm
A20
Keys Made
CI I AS. STRACENER
Use Charley's Bass Bugs
Made in Sweetwater, Texas
111 Oak St
Laundries
SWEETWATER
LAUNDRY CO.
Dependable Service
.'12-14 Locust Phone 021
• Seeds and Feeds
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DROWNING GRAIN CO.
Garden and Field Seeds
Poultry and Dairy Feeds
201 W. 3rd St. Phone 152
DISTRIBUTOR Nationally
known AAAJ manufacturer
desires a distributor for a ter-
ritory consisting of 33 coun-
ties surrounding Sweetwater.
Sail Anjjelo. Coleman and
Seminole, Tex. Frequent ad-
vertising brings continual
flow of inquiries. Assistance
given in establishing new con-
tacts as well as calling on old
trade. Credit on all business
from territory. Distributor
must live in territory and
have car. Accounts financed
by manufacturer. No capital
required. Only active man
who can stand thorough in-
vestigation will be consider-
ed. Write, box H0O. Reporter.
Magazines
• For Rent
Houses for Kent
A 21
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FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
small house, electric box. Mrs.
Cliff Boswell, dial 2727.
FOR RENT: 5 room modern
house; also 0 room house. Pli.
028 or 3230.
FOR RENT: 5 room furnished
brick veneer dwelling. The
Thompson Agency.
lIcUrooiH For Kent A-22
BOOM AND BOARD: Large
southeast bedroom. 500 Lo-
cust st., dial 2598.
Apartments (''or Kent .
A 23
FOR RENT: Three room furn-
ished apartment for couple. In
Kelsey home, 513 Locust
Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart
inent, electric refrigeration,
utilities paid. 31J East. Broad
way, phone 546.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 room
duplex apartment, private
bath. Phone 2(114.
FOR RENT: 1 room furnished
apartment. Phone 477.
FOR BENT-Furnished apart
menls. Illone 484,
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartments and bedrooms at
minimum cost. Morgan Hotel,
West Broadway.
FOR RENT: 4 room furnished
apartment, 100 E. Broadway.
Phone 477.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 room
apartment with private luith.
Hardwood floors throughout.
Oarage. South exposure. Wat-
er paid. P*tone 2tW1 or 521.
SWEETWATER NEWS
STAND
And Ice Cream Parlor
We Deliver
21)07 Phone 2007
Beatily Queens
To Be Honored
WICHITA FALLS—As West
Texas cities and towns name
their beauty queen nominees to
the West Texas Chamber of
Commerce convention, to be
held in Wichita Falls, April 21
to 27. Miss Elizabeth I luff, who
is "Miss Wichita Falls'1 tend
the official WTCC convention
hostess, is Writing personal let-
ters of welcome to each.
Miss Huff, as hostess for the
convention city, will give a
luncheon for all community
sponsors on Tuesday, April 20,
at the Woman's Forum.
On Wednesday morning, at
10 o'clock, breakfast will lie
:,erved the beauty queens at Mis;;
Huff's home.
Beauty queen nominees will
Im< presented at an Oil Festival,
and All College Revue, on
Monday night, when registered
convention delegates will bed lot
to elect Her Majesty, Queen of
All West Texas.
Tuesday night; coronation cer-
emonies will lie held at the sec-
ond showing of the Oil Festival.
Waller D (.'line, | asi WTCC pre-
sident, will be master of cere-
monies, and Mayor Florello H.
LaGuardia, of New York City,
honor guest and featured shak-
er at the convention, will crown
the queen.
An expenses paid airplane trip
to Chicago, with a chuperone,
will be awarded Miss West
Texas, together with other so-
cial honors. Miss Inez Mayo.
Donton. elected in 1037 at
Brown wood, is the reigning
queen
WASH TUBBS AND EASY
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By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist
Son of Jidge and Mrs. R. C. Cnuie, 001 East Third St., Sweetwater
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. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 325, Ed. 1 Monday, April 18, 1938. Sweetwater, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth290339/. Accessed July 14, 2014.