Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1947 Page: 3 of 6
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SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS
Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1017 _PAGE THREE
Youth Canteeners Will Host
New Mexico Dancers Thursday
Thu Sweetwater Youth Can-
teen will Ik? hosts tomorrow to
the Junior Quay county cattle
growers association square dance
Vl'he dancers, who are the teen
aged sons and daughters of
Quay county, New Mexico ranch-
ers, are on their way to attend
the inaugural hall in Austin.
They are stopping in Sweetwa-
ter as the guests of Mr, and Mrs.
.1. li. Allison, former residents
of Quay county.
The Youth Canteen is planning
a Western party in honor of the
young visitors. Special string mu-
sic will be provided, and canteen-
As are asked to wear their hoots
and ’Jeans, in honor of the occa-
Music will he given by Tom
Mitchell and Oscar Mrantley.
Members of the Sweetwater
from common colds
* That Hang On
Crcomulsion relieves promptly be-
cause It goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel
germ laden'phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw, tender, in-
flamed bronchial mucous mem-
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Crcomulsion with the un-
derstanding you must like the way it
quickly allays the cough or you are
to have your money back.
Tor Couchs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Better Used Car
Hill Kurd Tudor Super Do-
Luxe. IVrfcct cnndllnn. KAIL
IP In < hi-yslci- Koval 1-Dr. A
ono-ovv tier car. I.nw mileage.
All extras. I’ciTcct condition.
I!i:l7 Uiev. Tudor. ...... condi-
tion. New paint stiotl.litt
19344 Pl.t.....nth l-l*r. \ real
low-price rat- SWi.OO
I It: to Pontiac <1 l-Ur. A liar-
,1937 flirt. Fordor —
•,\s is S339.IH4
Meet In Home Of
Mrs. J. P. McBeth
The Fidelis Matrons class of
the Lamar Street Baptist church
met last night in the home of
their teacher Mrs. .1. P. McBeth.
Mis. Knox Porter acted us co-
hostess with Mrs. Me Hell).
Mrs. Earl Jones presided over
the brief session and reports
were heard from the officers of
After several Bible games were
played, hot chocolate and cookies
were served. Mrs. Kermit Wil-
son, Mi's. Earl Jones, Mrs. C. A.
Mathews, Mrs. Ellis Roach, Mrs.
Bessie Boyd, Mrs. .1. A. Dement,
Mrs. Alridge. Mi's. Huey Rogers.
Mrs. H. T. Gorman.. Mrs. - C .1.
Korgerson. Mrs. R. I). Greer, Mrs.
I). ('. Smith. Mrs. John McDon-
ald, Mrs. D. It. Mullins, Mrs. .1
M. Bratcher, Mis. Knox Porter,
and Mrs. McBeth.
Children were Mary John Mc-
Donald, Joyce Porter. Iris Ann
Jones, Mary Edna Jones, Dean
Forgeson, Clinton Smith. Har-
riet Gorman and Ralph Wilson. I
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Silver Tea Hosted
By Clubs For March
Of Dimes Campaign
A silver tea will is- held Sal
oi-il'iv. January ' 25, at the old I
1'SO quarters from :i to 5 p. in. j
in connection with the March
The Self Culture club will have
charge of the refreshments and
the Athenaeum (lull will serve.
The Sorosis club will direct
decoration . and tin- ('reative Art
(lull will handle registration.
The Mush Study ( lull will pro-
vide the program. The president
of each organization is to lie in |
the house iMirty.
square dance team, and several
of Mrs. H. W. Broughton's stu-
dents will he present.
The usual guest fee of 25 rents
will he charged non-eanteen
members, and the public is in-
Group singing will lie featured
id the dinner Thursday night
welcoming the Quay county Ju-
nior battle growers square dance
The dinner to lie co-hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. .1. B. Allison of
Sweetwater and Mr. and Mrs.
Homer McLeod of Roscoc, is to
he held in the- dining room of
The Eves of Texas, I) Fair New
Mexico. The More We Get To-
gether, and Auld Lang Syne, will
he sung hy the group.
An address of welcome w ill lie
given by L. A Wilke, manager
of the Board of City Develop-
ment, with a response by Cap-
tain C. V. Beimfohr, former
Chamber of Commerce manager
in New Mexico.
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Wesleyan Guild Has
First Meet.Of Year
At Mrs. Walton's
The Wesleyan Service Guild of
the Highland Heights Methodist
church met Monday night with
Ruth Patton in the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Frances Davis, now
president, presided for the first
meeting of the year.
The program consisted of de-
tailed explanation o( the duty ot
each officer, presented by the re-
tiring president, Francos Voss.
Mrs. Edith Barnwell led the
prayer: Bonnie Wilkins sang Liv-
ing For Jesus, accompanied by I
Mr- Maurine Duncan I J* T *i •
After the program. Mr Davis m(j|a BrNlONfiS
I in -ented a life inomliet-hip iti'UIUIII ICIIIIwl IVJ
Mi- V<-- in iK'h.tlf of the Guild !
for hci splendid Icadet-hlp and; KARPAIt INDIA Ian. 1 • 'UP)
work tin* past four vears. The spiritual leader of India'
Hot chocolate and a-sorted1 millions ..f Hindus. Mohamdns
nut- and take wa- served to Gandhi, is now engaged in his
Mrs I i\e Smith. \li Maurine greatest experiment. The wizen
Duncan. Ml Edith Fnrgav Mrs. j ed old man who ha- long led In
civile Williams, Mr- ,M irv Jane | <lla's fight for independence now
Group Singing Fea [How women am/gw*
Of B and PW Club Meet
The Business and Profession-
al Women’s dull met last night
at 7 o'clock at EL Pulion of t li e
Blue Bonnet hotel. Miss George
Ntiles, president was in charge
of the meeting.
Following a fried chicken din-
ner, Mrs. Edith Blghttfoot led the
group in the singing of popular
The March of Dimes program
president of the National Feder-
ation of B and PW clubs, was
read by Jeanette Wade.
Reports wore heard from va-
rious committees, and Miss
Wade, chairman of the interna-
tional affairs committee, told of
the significance of the Byrd ex-
pedition to the south polar re-
An impromptu entertainment
program was conducted hy Mary
' T.-ieL-itt :iinl l-'lsie Robinson with
Ctrdul, many woman my. haa kaW I
lisf from the crarap-ldm aaony and m
■train ol functional periodic dlatnaa.
like a tonic. It mould atlmuiata i
was dismissed, and
committees were appointed
A set i»f New Year's Kcsolu-! Tackitt and Elsie Robinson, with
tinns,’ composed by Sally Butler, all members participating.
March of Dimes Begins
Governor-Elect Bonuford Jester pledged every co-nperation In the
nnnual March of Dimes sponsored by the National Foundation for
Infantile Paralysis. He is pictured with George I>. Wilson. Iexas
ehariman for the fund-raising campaign which is now under way
throughout Texas and will continue tl, rough January 30.-George
Waverly Briggs of Dallas and W. L. Clayton of Houston and Washing-
ton also are serving a* Tuxaj chairmen.
Objectors End Strike
When 7th Released
WASHINGTON Jun. 15 (U.R
A sitdown -trike of con.-eieiitiou
objectors on the -fteps of the
attorney genet.tl’s entrance to
the Justice deportment building
ended yesterday, the lltith day
for violations of the selective
service act. Axford came here
and tarted the strike Sept. 20lh.
shortly after his own release
In rmiuiid I'll//!#
HORIZONTAL 58 B o ::
I \ DELEGATE
LAKE SUCCESS Jan. 15 (U.R)
—Former Senator Warren Aus-
The last of seven men whose re Un wa8 8Worn today a pt m
lease thy were seeking wa- let
out of prison.
Only one of the striker- -the
Reverend Roger Axford of Chi-
cago, picketed the building for
all llti days, A. close second was
ber of SEC
11 P.ii ify
12 ( wn|ihant
141’lnid pai t
1 Bin t (iiiih
4 Nati mm
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L. g>; jS‘TE
Charles Wellmfan of Boston who
came and went a number of
times, hut was i*n hand when the
strike ended officially at 1:15 p
in., shortly after Axford got
word of the fina.1 release.
Each of the s(*ven men whose
release Axford and hi- mate-
were seeking was released tip-
on completion of terms imposed
j anent American delegate to the
United Nations. Austin imniedi-1
ately demanded that the I N So-
lately demanded that the UN Se-
curity council start studying at 1
| omit1 energy controls hy Feb-
ruary It h
aid dictation,’ thm help build naM-
ance lor tha “Him'" to come started
. 3 dan before ''Tour Uuie". It illabM
Ip relieve pain due to VOW
ictional periodic cauaaa. Trr til
j|( IK Ulll ItKCTIMI ^
Let Us Service Your
Car With Winter
Weight Oils And
I.rl u- fill your lank with
Esso Extra Gasoline
to stop that motor clatter.
Prompt, courteous service.
We in tile our friends and cus-
tomers to tisit us for complete
Critz Humble Station
212 \V lldtt 'y
Gandhi On Peace
15 Roman tyrant
45 Seed ca o
40 Kxi t
7 Italian l ivci
22 Note of
10 Girl's name
51 Station (ab )
Guido’., < ale
53 T ree
23 laiui-iaua - *
55 Type measure
13 C"ine in
30 Pud II|>
57 Symbol for
18 Sun g"d
Hai hi Mi s.iinimu Haggard.
Mi D.i\ i Mi- Vo Mi Will-
Ion mid Imogene Walton, Bonnie
Wilkin- Mi- Jane Foy. Mrs.
Edith Barnwell. Mrs U.i Rue
Bardweil Mr- Dcltuti Berry.
Mr- I-'Iiiiciii i ll.irr Mis-I’ation.
Mi Cliff Haggard brought the
devotional iind Mt Williams led
the closing prayer.
\\ r are forced to sell this large a-sorlmi-lil ol SllllkS al
a Il-IO lloll ol tlirir l o-l - \ allies In sii.INI
l iilln -lull, ul Ladles IT It and wool fell lulls — rallies lo
Inu IvAIMliS ImmiiIiIuI |i|JI*>Nl.S iiiin In* MiliMtUOIf
mini* Mini **l>!••’* — .ill **/t * — tiiluc* f«• RHMI5. Voiu* rlioicr
I in m*II lhi** liirur a****iMliiM iil
I Ill'll* l l»»l — l.lllll'* III Sii.INI
l.adlrs I I It and wool Irll li.
of lie,ml Mill Idolises —
•s lo K7.Ua mlist go al
i In l;iilli(* li AGM —
in l> Mild fur a* liiuti ii" J*7.!i
lor HAGS are exceptional rain
I idles SI)HIT'S — Ill-all
\ large -i-li-rltell ill lii'.iiililiil hloii-es — good i-olor- anil
good styles. Value- lo XT.Ua nill-l go al
Hi mlIIul styles in ladies IIAGM — Plastics—Li-atlirrs anil
Falirh's foriiii-rl) -old for a- high a- *7.95. Voiir rliolrr
lllg selection ol I idles XIIIItTN — Hi-aiillfnl miilerlals—
sly li-s— and colors
THESE PRICES AT OUR OAK ST. STORE
is trying In bring peace to In-
dia's tmuling Hindus and Mos-j
The foot -ore Gandhi lias liccn
tredglng through the trouble
zones of India on a ner-imat
peare trip Despite* two blistered
mid bandaged toe the skinny
little man I- continuing his weary
way through the Indian villages
—villages wlu-re houses have
i been burned and men killed in
! ?he |H-l irm|it- outbreaks of vio-
lence Ix-twcen the Hindus and
Wherever he g<n--. he i- greet-
i ed hy hundred* of men. women
i and children who strew flowers
in his path ami throw un lands of,
j flowers alsmt his neck-
Army Deserter May
Not Suffer For His
Try To See Parents
DETROIT, lull 15. (U.R) Fed
i era I Court aptian-nily believes
! that an Army ileserler who will j
•wim seven utiles ihrouglt -hark-
I infested waters to \ i-it his -Irk
j father should make a fine citi-
Thai's Hie (eat credited lav Hie
FBI to Private William Sehaieb
| ol Ili-trolt.
The JU-vear old former IhiXci-
I el.dined lie I maided a -Inp al
I Glasgow. Hiolland, to gel home
in visit Id- family, but was iiis- -
etiveml and Imprisoned
Sehaieb said he broke his
I bond of die Florida Coast and
-wain lo a point near Miami
Beaeli sij|| wearing hi- broken
Federal Judge Arthur Lislerle
-av he will take Si-haleb’s inn-
dud Into conshleralion in pa-s-
ing -i-nUmce lati-i
Si-hnieh. a twin-wounded lank
ill iver. -till fare- luve-tlgalIon j
of \rmy de-eriion
I lltGIMA I,AIIOII I.AW
RICHMOND Va Jan li fUP'
The Virginia house of dele j
gate- lias passed hy a vole of II
lo 22 Governor William Tuck's
bill lo outlaw the elo-.eil -hop III
Virginia The measure now gix-.
In llic -late senalr
W VI l i ft .1IMKN HFSH.NX
U ASH IN'GTON Jan U- 'UBI
I'hi M'C has annoiiti'eil Hie re i
-Ignatlon of Waller James as as -
islallt lo Hie General Collllsi-I.
i ffi i live January :tl-i
James will enter private low !
i laclh-e- al Montgomery Mil.
Lemon Juice Recipe
nf?*r from f»f#iim«tli •fthfHM
2!t l.c's mm -t
42 Over (cnntr )
43 Thru: I
15 Sci aped
38 Ala oh.irri'
:19 Senior tab)
4(1 South Dakota
"id Giei k -caporl
52 Leave out
5C His agetu y
... eased without dosing when you rub
throat, chest and |f C
back with time-tested Vv»?oiiu»
due to colds
New Battery and Electric •
2.98 and 3.50
GOOD USED PIANOS
Reconditioned and Tuned
Just Received New Shipment of Records
113 West Third
Music and Appliance*
You need it more than ever!
Solons Prepare To
Study Perm Bills.
WASHINGTON fan 15 (U.R)
Till- Sctifii-- Agricultural Cum
minis- Is getting down in work
on a new eungrcwslonal farm
Chairman ( upper ha- assem-
bled In ift "tip (-I > pn iiminui y
plans foi lu'iue in (inn. The first
order of hiistne-s \x 111 Is- lo call
Secretary of Agriculture Ander-
son From him the committee
will endeavor to learn what kind
of a fai m program the admilil
President Truman was vague
on jhc matter laitli in his cm
nomic reporr and 111- State-of
llic-t'nlon un -sage lie merely
called for a ••sound" program I
which would liriug product Inn
Into halani-i- with demand, one
which would cost the govern
merit a minimum amount of mon
oy In support p.i.Yiuei|^,<
Andcr-on ha Icntatlvcly a
greed to ap|iear before Capper
commlitee a week front today.
\n earlier hearing may Ik- al |
ranged, hut it's lilglily uncer-
Meanwltile, C,ip|K-r intend- lo
hear from -|Mikesinen loi Hie
leading farm organization-
These group- -it their variou-
annunl eoitveniton-. drew up
hlue-prlnt- which each regaul.a-
holding ihc answer to agricul-
Anderson already has made
one apiK-aratici- iK-forc a coininii
Ice of the Ne'- ('ollgle s. lie
Went before the lloll-e Food 111
Ve-tlgatlng Mlhnimmlllee III lc-
I Ify on I lie ui*i IHdhlem
This group I- now headed by j
Ropn -eiiiuiive \ndre-en of Mi"
tin-nta. vi lio i-n'l satisfied with
the amount of sugar allocated to
Andei-oii i- under-lood to
have taken a firm position, In-
sisting there i m he no Inrre.i-e
In the sugar liitlon liofore April
This country w ill continue
parcel out supplies to Great
Britain and Canada as per inter- ’
4.1 lx NEW ItAMv
KIKSKWOOD \RSENAL Jan. i
15 (U.R)—In 17 y ears of soldiering.
Major George Grove of Berkeley |
Springs, West Virginia, ha.- held
i very rank from private lo maj-
or except master sergeant.
Today he signed fora new tour
of duty —us a master sergeant.
due te WMtm
This Kr*»»t medicine ir mwoh to
rtilrvc hot flURhrt.. wi «k. tjml. ir-
ritable. nervous fecliiv> when due
to the funrtlonul *middlr-t' *• p' r»**a
peculiar to women. All dv “tores.
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The Other Fellow's
. . . can wipe j mi out
Htimmli fire los-l Why
lake Hie ehani-i’ when low
pi-rniliim (-overage with
one ol oiii' Hie in-in anee
|Milli'ies prolei-t- you a-
galn-t any kind of related
Fire and Casually Insurance
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Make Sure You Get it With Proper Size Heater!
If you ore plonning on buying one of those do-everything home
laundries or automatic dish washers, lake steps immediately to
consult your gas company or deoler about o worry-free auto-
matic water healer that will supply enough hot water for them
The overage requirement of an automatic home laundry it
about 40 gallons of 140-degree water in 80 minutes And keep
in mind the many other household uses for hot water. New
automatic gas water heaters ore designed specifically to meet
this need if they are properly sized.
if vntt miffer from rfemiAfttl' nnhnit« -f
tte.irlfWi i*utn. try (Mt (Mtnpl* h-mt
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the heater you buy will b*
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Webb, Gilbert. Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 15, 1947, newspaper, January 15, 1947; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth710295/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.