Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 217, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1944 Page: 5 of 8
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Thursday; Sept." 21* 1944
Sweetwater Reporter^ Sweetwater Texas
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grain or roughage. Save at Scors!
A Chinese soldier, right, seems highly• interested in Servicemen's
vote information sheets being looked over by T/Sgt. Frank Baum,
left, of St. Louis, Mo., and Sgt Kenneth Ing, of Angola. Ind.,
liaison men of Brig-Gen. Frank Dorn's.forces on Salween River
600 Quarts Of
HIGHLAND — Patrons of
Highland School met at the
school building last Friday af-
ternoon and Saturday morning
for a peach canning. Over 600
quarts of fruit, was canned for
Lunch was served at the High-
land Methodist church Sunday
afternoon and Rev. .J, K. Shevv-
bert closed the meeting with a
sermon. He had previously con-
ducted a meeting at Highland
and rain caused a delay in the
finishing of the services. Rev.
Marshall Rhew and family were
present and several visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson are
looking for all of their children
to be at home this weekend.
Toliver and Hill Hines visit-
ed in the Tucker home recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey May vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gardner
over the weekend.
Jessie Lee Mulanax visited at
Hamlin last weekend.
Mrs. H. R Adams of Abilene
visited her sons. John Adams
and Buster Adams and families
of Maryneal last Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samples and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Williams of Roscoc spent Sun-
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs I. L. Fry and
Joyce Merrifield of the Ada
Community. Lillian Fry and Ray
and Risher of Baytown. Texas,
visited Sunday with the T. A
Alvin and Calvin Berry, who
are now in the Navy and sta-
tioned at San Diego. California,
visited their parents and other
friends at Highland this week.
They are to return Sunday.
Jack Garrett of the I,'. S. Na-
vy stationed at San Diego, Cal-
ifornia, visited friends and rela-
tives at Highland this week. Jack
is to return to duty Sunday.
Wayland Holland will enroll in
John Tarleton Agricultural Col-
lege at Stephenville this week.
Highland Girls and Divide
girls are to clash in a game of
basketball Tuesday night.
Rev. <!. A. Strickland of Abi-
lene will preach at the Mes-
quite Baptist Church Sunday
and Sunday night. Sept. 24.
Good Conduct Badge
To Leonard Davis
Tech. 4 Leonard R. Davis, 30,
husband of Mrs. Leonard R. Dav-
is. box 1125. Sweetwater, Texas,
has been awarded the good con-
duet medal for exemplary be-
havior. efficiency, and fidelity,
it was announced. Tech. 4 Davis
is an antiaircraft man and play-
ed a great part in his organiza-
tion's fine record. He has been
in the army for 25 months," 12
months of that overseas in the
The medal is awarded only to
those who show fidelity through
faithful and exact performance
of duty, efficiency through cap-
acity t , produce desired results,
and whose behavior has been
such as to deserve emulation.
Tech. 1 Davis was employed by
Goodyear Service, Sweetwater,
before his entrance into the ar-
my in Julv. 1!M2.
LITTLK ALL AMERICAN
HOUSTON n-P) _ Capt
Jarrin' .lawn" Kimbrough, for-
mer ail-American fullback at
Texas A and M College, has ar-
rived in Houston to see his new-
ly-arrived son — a husky tyke
of 11 pounds and nine ounces.
Kimbrough grinned and was a
proud father but didn't say
Hospital nurses, however,
were betting little .Mr. Kim-
brough will be another all-Am-
erican "Jarrin' .lawn" for the
Kills Wife, Child
And Self Tuesday
SKY MOl'R —CUP) — Services
are scheduled at Gatesville to-
ri.!-. for Corporal Charles Ray-
mond Lewis. ^2. who, authorities
- ay. killed himself Tuesday
night after first fatally shooting
his 25-vear-old wife and six-
Justice of the Peace C. C. Fin-
ch er has returned a verdict of
homicide and suicide.
A veteran of 14 months over-
seas. Lewis was home on fur-
lough from Ashburn general
hospital, where he was being
treated for wounds differed in
New Guinea, when the shooting
occurred at the Seymour hom2
of his mother-in-law, Mrs. S.
Make This Barcel Recipe
To Lose Ungainly Fat
If yon are overweight, perhaps due
to over-indulgence in food and not
due to any glandular disturbance,
why not try this inexpensive home
recipe to help bring back alluring
curves and graceful slenderness.
Here is a recipe that can be used in-
expensively at home. Justgetfrom
your druggist 4 ozs. of liquid BARCEL
CONCENTRATE. Add enough grapefruit
juice to make a pint. Then just take 2
tablespoonsful twice a day. Wonder-
ful results may be obtained quickly.
Now you may slim down your fig-
ure and lose pounds of ugly fat with-
out back breaking exercise or star-
vation diet. It's easy to make and
easy to take and pleasant. Contains
nothing harmful. If the very first
bottle doesn't show you the simple,
easy way to lose bulky weight and
help regain slender, more graceful
curves, return the empty bottle and
get your money back.
OW TO RUIN DRESSES
AND LOSE FRIENDS
TT,,; tragic how some girls lose their
friends and ruin their dresses be-
cause of perspiration odor and stains.
And there's no excuse for it. It's easy
to save dresses, it's easy to save friends.
Use Arrid, the new cream deodor-
ant that helps keep your armpits dry
and removes the odor from perspira-
tion Arrid is safe and dependable for
these five reasons:
1 Arrid does not irritate skin. Docs
not rot dresses or men s shirts
2. Prevents under-arm odor. Helps
stop perspiration safely.
3 A pure, white, antiseptic, stain-
less vanishing cream.
4 No waiting to dry Can be used
right after shaving
5. Awarded Approval Seal of Amer-
ican Institute of Laundering —
harmless to fabric Use Atrid
Arrid is the largest selling deodorant.
Sold at all stores selling toilet goods
— Wt and Wc a lar. <pi«.i Tax)
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Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 217, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 21, 1944, newspaper, September 21, 1944; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth282980/m1/5/?rotate=270: accessed September 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.