The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1930 Page: 3 of 6
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ed For Twelve Years
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ship awards in Texas Techno!
College for the current school 1"
has just been, announced, as follows:
Wyatt C. "Tiedrick scholarship of
$250 for the student with the high-
est scholastic standing, Carl Mc-
John W. Carpenter scholarship of
$250 for the student with the high-
est excellence in textile engineering,
Frank Maddox.Waco. ,—— -
Clifford B. Jones scholarship
$250 for the student of highest ex-
cellence in agriculture. Elmer Hart-
man, Lockney. ._
Fort Worth Star Telegram schol-
arship of $250 for the best all-round
athlete, Dennis Vinzant, Lamesa.
Dr. M. C. Overton scholarship of
$200 for the student of greatest val-
ue to morale of athletic teams, Jack
Faculty scholarship of $125 for
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redo- I Dr. W. M. Young - «
Scholarship of $100 for the best j fessor of electrical engin
work in EngUsh by any young man, resigned to become
f our mean-
sithm as dean
istry at Rutg
UTUversity of ]
sor .of chemii
thority in his
through his efforts the i
Chemical Exposition in Ne<
worthy student, William Nelle, La-1 City has been made poa "
the department- of ens
Iowa State University.
RATES—Ten cents per line fo r the first insertion, and five
cents per line for each insertion thereafter. Twenty-five cents
FOR SALI"]—Pair of work mares,
8 and 10 years of age, and will weigh
about 1100 lbs. each. W. 0. Ander-
One American walnut dining room
suite, 8 piece, Queen Anne period
style. See it at our home, one block
north Wooldridge Lbr. Co., Crosby-
ton. R. L. NEWMAN.
FOB 8AL«E—Registered Duroc pigs
8 weeks old. These are from Lillard
gilts bought by agriculture class. See
these pigs in Crosbyton on trades
day. W. I. Blackwood. 22-tf
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Modern. E. L
Try Review Classified Ada
FOB SALE—Bundle hegari. Two
U)d half miles north of Crosbyton.
P. R Weatherford. 23-tf
July 3, 4 and 5; Prizes Will
Be Given For Oldest
LUBBOCK, June 18.—Old settlers
will re-unite at the Johnson Ranch,
southeast of Lubbock, July 3, 4- anil
5, for the second annual reunion
Prizes for the oldest old timer who
registers, for the first old timer to'
register, for the best old time fid-
dlers and other such honors will be
awarded by Jim Johnson, and Bud
Johnson, who are staging the reunion.
An old timer is defined by the
Johnsons as a person who has lived
continuously for the past twenty-five
years or more within a 150 mile
radius of Lubbock.
The entire 5,200 acre ranch, most
of it being under the cap rock where
spring water is found up and down
the banks convenient to campers, will
be thrown open to any and all who
want to come and camp out for the
three days. No charge for entering
or for camping will be made.
A real rodeo with a number of at-
tractive prizes for the best riders
and ropers will be held.
Let The Review do your job printing.
MRS. DELLA SETTLE
"1 cannot this Konjola too]
strongly, because I tried many other,
medicines and treatments, but none*
pave the remarkable relief that Kon-I
jola did," said Mrs. Delia Settle, I
1719 Mildred Avenue, Wichita. "1
just had to force myself to eat, and
nearly everything I ate made me
sick. I had cramping pains in my
stomach and bowels until I could
hardly endure them, and I simply
felt miserable all the time.
"Finally 1 decided to put Konjola
to the test. That proved to be a
wise decision. Right from the starr
I noticed improvement, i now have a
much better appetite, and meals are
a pleasure as food digests without
ains or misery in my stomach. My
owels are functioning as they should
and it is certainly a relief to be rid
of tihat tired, worn-out feeling. 1
gladly indorse this splendid medi-
cine that restored my health."
Konjola has become the most talk-_
ed of medicine m America becau&e Itr
makes good. And Konjola makes
good in the most stubborn cases
when given a fair trial and from six
to eight bottles are used.
Konjola is sold in Crosbyton, Texas
at Carter Drug Company, and by all
the best druggists in all towns
throughout this entire section.—adv.
A boar used as a sire should not
be discarded until the growing and
feeding qualities of his progeny are
determined by a test in the feed lot
Sires of superior quality are none
to numerous and many a valuable
sire that should have been retained
in the herd has been sent to the block.
Donald Boggs, Lubbock.
Scholarship of $100 for the best
work in English by any young wom-
an, Martha Pfaff, Gainesville. rim „
Scholarship of $100 for the best rj* /e ?n, "• E- *M*wi
college citizen among the men, Cary , mechanical engineerini
Lodal, Gordon. ' ' I ™ent- wh.° ¥v? a<*epte£
Scholarship of $100 for the best [ m.e™anr'TcsJ en«?,n6?
college citizen among the women, 0 *^e University of
Lizzie Belle Clements, Lubbock.
Scholarship of $50 for the student
doing the best work in interpretative
reading, Pearl O'Dell, Quanah.
Scholarship of $50 for the student
doing the best work in one-act "plays,
Virginia Smallwood, Lubbock
Fruit enough to make vinegar,
a year's supply is wasted on. m&nv
farms. Surplus or inferior ."
make good vinegar
peaches, oranges, persimmons, \
cr, , u- . at * £ , , , , some berries are satisfactory, sa~
• ii? u tp of f ° f<£' SoudtI?t "iak scientists of the U. S. Department" c
me- the best oration. E. B. Fmcher Agriculture. Any f fruit
enough sugar will.serve the
ing the best oration, E. B. Fincher
Scholarship of $50 for the best de-
bater among the men, William Sew-
i S(']10'arah>P of $50 for the best Mistrejs: "Do you think
debater among the women, Mary settlfc down here? you
Beth Sheeley, Lubbock. , many situations." ;
♦uPau Hellenic 8cholanihiP °/ $25Jor Maid: "Yes, ma'am. But:
the home economics student making | l didn.t ,eav; any of them
the highest average, Velma Ander-.. tarily."—Parthshire Constitute
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"new car tire
service at low cost
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will not
be responsible for any bills, accounts or other obligations
except by written order of our authorized representative.
CROUCH & NOLAND
STRAWN, — TEXAS
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SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
10 lb Pure Cane BP-
in oloth bag WwC
5 lh Cleaned
10 lb pail
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by building MILLIONS MORE tires than any other com-
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Crosbyton Service Station
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Guaranteed Tire Repairing
Heavy Duly Balloons
I r n 1 Asst. FMvors
Ice lrearn rowd. box 96j
lb box Blue
Pork & Beans
8 lb pain
Soap, 3 bars
3 lb can Maxwell
2 lb Assorted
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1930, newspaper, June 20, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth242862/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.