The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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^■MEET m REUNION
a, Mr, I
years. He sold out
last fall and moved
.j he has been oper-
itil recently when h6
newly married couple
make^eir home at Floydada.
■k Avalanche makes the
nouncemcnt-of the wed-
Former Crosbyton Family
Together In Reunion
e At Muleshoe
; TheFowler family had a reunion
and Christmas dinner 1st the home of
B. A. Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
nal, which gives an account of the
affair, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Park'
er and sons and Mr. and Mrs^Loyd
Fowler and family and Mrs. Parker
and children of Crosbyton attended
: happy affair.
olio wing' is the report made by
Doreey of this city and
Joe D. Montgomery of Floydada
married Saturday afternoon at
tck in the home of Rev. and
G, P. McCollom, 1924 22nd
with Rev. McCollom, pastor of
bury Methodist church, reading
Mr. Doreey, former restauranteer
of this city, and Mrs. Dorsey will
make their home in Floydada.
Those witnessing the ceremony
ere Mesdameg A. N. Gamble, J. A
laekwell, J. A. Odom,. Fred Adkins,
B. Eakin, Misses Virginia Belle
Gamble, Fredlis Adkins, Frances
Hardee, Zoie Odom, Madge Dorsey;
Messrs J. A. Blackwell, Bowman
Dorsey, A. M. Dorsey, Robert Mont-
gomery and J. A. Odom.
P. T. A. IN FIRST
NEW YEAR MEET
Froiects for Year Is to Add
The Parent-Teachers Association
held their first meeting of the new
year Monday night at tne high school
auditorium. In the words of the
president, Mrs. Rv, S. M. Carter, this
Was a good meeting with much en-
thusiasm fqr the year's program to
At the business session the associ-
ation voted to buy a clock for the
grammar school. Miss Vivian Camp-'
bell, principal of the grammar school,
in making the request for the clock
said, "It will solve the problem of
keeping a uniform time for all gram-
mar school teachers."
The association has two projects
for the spring program, that of plac-
ing playground equipment and plant-
ing annual flowers around the build-
%ie following program was given:
A sing song led by R. C..Butler; se-
lections by the Ukulele Cadets; old-
time tunes by Aubry Currinjgton with
his harp and Arlois Coward with his
jgnitar. - - Wl~Kobbins, high school
principal, gave an instructive talk on
"Why Children Fail."
The real service of the Parent-
Teachers Association has been ex-
pressed in no better words perhaps,
said the president, Mrs. Carter, than
in the words of the poet, Lilian C.
-Russell, which is given1 below.
A New Year dawns and once again
- before our eyes
Life spreadd.a page unsullied and u\.
Upon it let us write with careful hand
So at its close to proudly point and
We have done well: There shows no
music and (dng-
by the young folks
were: Mr. and Mrs.
Fowler and family of Mule-
; Mr. and Mrs. George Linzey
and family of Muleshoe; Mr.
Mrs. Johnnie Parker and sons of
Crosbyton; Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Fow-
ler and family of Crosbyton;.. Mr.
and Mra. L. H. Weems of Southland;
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the opportunity of being p
fine fellowship that n
dinner of turkey
of a great feed
which a very
feast and social hour w
spent. Besides the host, the
ing were present: W. P. Walker,
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THE CROSBYTON REVIEW
in was held at the MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
?owler and 'Mr. *T METHODIST
and little ;ion,
Fowler and family
•N. L. Tivis accom-
by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nut-
and little daughter of Bailey-
horo; Mrs. R. L. Tivis and Uttlo son,
Hoyte, Mf. and Mrs. W. T. Tivis'unU
little daughter, Mildred, of Muleshoe;
Mrs. Anna Glousey .of Goodland;
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Fowler and chil-
dren of Goodland; Mrs. Parker and
children of Crosbyton; Mr. and Mrs
Malcolm Tate,- Mr..,.Edward and
Brook West of Sujjijm; Mr. Pat Wil-
liams of '
More than 600 , pieces of glass and
chinaware were received at a miscel-
laneous shower in the basement of
the hew Methodist church Wednes-
day nigh| when members and friends
of the congregation gathered for a
short program and inspect the many
~ Snow was falling at the time and
only a few were brave enough to
face the Btorm. A number of glee
eongs were sung, ^with Dr. F. A.|
REV. AND M
Green leading and
McBride at the jpiano. Aubry Cur-
rington and Arlois Coward entertain-
ed the crowd with music on the harp
and guitar. ? ;
Rev. T, M. Johnston, pastor, said:
"I believe they call this a miscellan-
eous shower, but I believe that it
must be a downpour from the looks
of that table."- In a short talk he
reviewed the beginning of church
building, and now, he said, we are
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Gregg enter-
tabled with a six o'clock turkey din-
ner , complimenting the ministers of
the town. Those present and enjoy-
ing the delightful hospitality were
Misses Pauline Buck and Allene
Freehian assfsted the -hostess in en-
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Friends gathered around a cozy
fire in an old-time fireplace at the
ranch home of the-Webb Ranch, six
gar Allen, Sr.-, Stanley Carte*,
Webb, E. M. Perkins, W. M. Romane
and E. H. Hendricks.
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BAPTIST W. M. S. WILL MEET,
IN CIRCLES MONDAY^ ;| •? )
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Members of the Womans Mission-
ary Society of the First Baptist _ -t,
church will mwt Monday in jQrcl^®* ; yf
groups. Mrs. J. F, Garber will be /
hostess to Circle No. 1, No. 2 will
meet at the church No. 3 with
T. K. McDaniel and No. 4 with
H. T. Snider.
The W. M. S. met Monday at tho
church in a business session with
here tc5 rejoice together.
Rev. C. E. Dick, pastoi
Baptist church, said he appreciated the ranch, on his sixty-fifth birthday.
•. . . , Mrs C. E. Dick, first vice-president^
mght presiding m absence of the president.*-
v ui vivouj^vur . v cuucouaj
night to honor Sidney Webb, pioneer
r of the First West Texas ranchman and owner of
Try Review Classified Ads
- Chevrolet announces
IN CHEVROLET HISTORY
ear we've kept before
our hearts • .
The children of our neighbors, and
Striving hard to see, as well, with
young eyes, '• ,
to guide their footsteps
i of Life.
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Years will roll on, and in each one
- * that'is to come
May those whose lives now still are
Bear on the banner, proudly hold it
Love, ^Service. Sacrifice—for Child-
^ , v ,5^: 1 hood's' sake
f Please, God, we pray You, may they
njever tlie. -
—Lilian C. Russell.
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/ J, Dendy was hostess to
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, January 10, 1930, newspaper, January 10, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242839/m1/2/: accessed March 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.