The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 20, 1930 Page: 4 of 6

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man
mother of the Rio
spent two weeks visito* !
mother, Mrs. J. W. Kirk ana tamiiy,
and other relatives and friends north
of town. Their tour will extend on
to Oklahoma City and other points
and will return bjL Fort Worth, and
Dallas to Donna. iflttey report fine
'crops this year in the valley, and
that, they had cotton with full grown
bolls on it now.
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moon
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olives,
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cake and
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A Mormon Beauty
btrtlida
avenue
mamm
"afternoon, the oe
• 's _sixt}i birthday
and the birth-
out after kooo
made. The lovely birth-
ay and_ Kaygaltom,
Jr., -Joan Brazier,
Mary Frances Bim-
imie Davis, Mary Parke
irta and Mary Ann
lotte Carter, Wayna
ise Curry, F. S. Vance,
susd Mary- Frances Aynes,
Outlaw and the honorea.
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of Jt>i
i pink.
J wag beautifully
out with huge bouquets of
roses combined with the orchi
ossoms of cedar of lebanen formini
a bower to which the bride-an<
o'clock oh Saturday
7, in the home of Mr. and
Spiller. 504 East McGee
Robert P Elam and Miss
•re united in marriage by
jf. uutlar of Kress.
lovely bride way "beautifully
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PRESCRIPTION
HE WROTE IN 1892
Dr. Odd well at*rUd to
hack in 187$, tha seeds for *
not as great u today,
toraal ltvaa, ate plain,
^raipOTmv nwO| awiv* pmi w inw
air.' B«t even tlwt eariy there were
drastic physio* and purge* for the relief
'£f constipationwhich Dr. Caldwell did
it belie#« wete;«pod for human being*.
The preecriptioa fbr oonstipsrtion that
vaad early in his practice, and which/
pat in drag storm in If?92 under the
M at Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin,
a liquid vegetable remedy, intended
women, dhudiren and elderly people,
AS just such a mild, safe
la prescription has proven Ha worth
Is now the largest selling liquid
t. It has won the confidence of
who needed it to get relief from
l. biliousness, flatulence, indi-
oss or appetite and sleep, bad
dyspepsia, colds, fevers. At your
L or write "Syrup Pepsin,"
BB MonticelLo, Illinois, for free
bottle.
plpl
L. J
ik;
„ . rehed to the strains of "I
You Truly," being accompanied
Mr. Elbert West and Miss Pearl
L'ltte S^dd Wheeler tfhd Miss
^ -Miss Blair wore & costume of love
ly pink crepe while Miss Siddene
'""""StSA but iinpressive
ceremony delicious refreshments of
iced punch and cake were serv
Miss Ely is the charming daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ely. and was a
member of the 1930 graduating class
at Kress, and was very popular in
the " seeial-aircle. The groom is . the
son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles F. Elam
of Crosby ton and a nephew of Mrs.
Spiller and is well known here.
The parents of both bride and
groom and other relatives and inti-
mate friends were present.
After a short wedding trip Mr. and
Mrs. Elam will be at home in Pafi
handle, Texas, where Mr. Elam is m
the employ of the state highway de-
partment.—Tulia Herald.
W. M. U. MET
MONDAY
i
The W. M. U. of the First Baptist
Church met Monday morning at 9:30
o'clock to render the regular monthly
mission, study program. Subject was
„ "How to Help- the* Wegro In Our
TSuntry.1'" Fifteen ladies were pres-
ent at this meeting.
Those taking part on the program
were: Leader, Mrs. Annie Hulme;
Mrs. Roy Farris, Mrs. Stanley Carter,
Mrs. G. E. Dick, Mrs. Romey Coffey,
Mrs. Elmer Reed, and Mrs.,, E. W
Suggs.
Next week all circles meet at the
church. Every lady is asked to be
present at this meeting.
On Monday, June* 24, there will be
an all-day -meeting of the Floyd
County Associational W. M. U. at
Fairview in Floyd county, and each
lady is requested to bring something
cooked to eat. The church will fur-
nish bread and tea.' Every lady in
the association is urged to attend.
Reporter.
J. W. McDERMETT MARRIED
TO FLOYDADA GIRL
J. W. McDermett, city secretary,
was married Saturday to Miss Ebnicc
Graham of Floydada. The Rev. J. T.
Palmer, pastor of the Methodist
church, reading the marriage vow*
at his home in Floydada.
Mr. and Mrs. McDermett will be
at home in Crosbyton.
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MRS. DUPREE NAMED HONOR
GUEST AT 42 PARTY
Mrs. N. K. Dupree, of Houston.
fuest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ep Smith, was named honor guest
when Mrs. J. A. Parks entertained
with a 42 party at her home on Fifth
street Thursday afternoon.
(Baskets of roses, larkspur and hol-
lyhock, transformed the entertaining
rooms into a lovely summer garden
where four tables of 42 was played,
Cagle,
tinea,-R. S. M- Carter,
rter Chase, Ira Taylor of Waco,
Hackle
Shaw,
Kie^ Quiftcy
.ra Taylor of
John R. Ralls of Ralls, Sep Smith,
Lackey
Ernest Wood.and the honoree.
MRS. MITCHELL HOSTESS
TO BOOK CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Return Home
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davis have res
turned to their home, "Resthaven,"
—■™ Mitchell was hostess' £pon> QuJ?naK whfere Mr- Davis has
rf the Book{25 ?£A$£S«^JZSZL
Club at tor home w«t of Cro.bytoo| ,cddent. kMJ'g^f
two busi-
ness tripa_ip Shrevepoft during the
time thejr were aways -
e
Friday afternoon. The entertaining
rooms were made
and larksp
roses
bread and
olives and tea was
to Mesdames Dick Ragan,
. Collier, Sep Smith, A. K. Lack-
ey, J. P. Hackley, F. L. Grogan", S. J.
Dendy, T. J. Cagle, Joe Dickey, W.
C. Chase, C. H. Brazier, J. W. Aynes,
Leslie Mitchell, W. W. Cooper, R.\ S.
M. Carter and N. K. Dupree.
. -— ——a———— '
Church Notes
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
. Sabbath School at 9:45 a, m., J. W.
Aynes, superintendent.
. Junior Christian Endeavor Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. C. E.
Roy, superintendent.
Pleaching services, first and third
Sundays, both morning and evening.
Rev. J. W. Gregg,"pastor, t
JUNIOR B. Y. P AT.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Count
Marriage License
license were issued fcy
Edgar Allen, on June 14
Marri;
nto Clerk _
to J. W. McDermett and Miss Eunice
Elva Graham. On June 13 to H. J.
Whitaker and Mi'&s Ottie Shook.
. "I i Q
Visitors From Oklahoma
Mr, and Mrs. David Aynes had for
their guests dver the week end two
of Mrs. Aynes' brothers, Charles and
D. R. Stogner and Mrs. D. R. Stogner
cf "Norman, Oklahoma.
"From Gelhsemane to Calvary."
1. Peter Follows Jesus.—James H.
Davis.
2. Jesus Is Tried.—Harold David-
son. r
3. Jesus Is Taken to Calvary.—
Oscar Mangum.
4. The Last Words of Jesus.—
Hazel McClure.
5. Jesus Is Buried.-—Bill Irwin.
6. Jesus Rises From the Dead.—
Sally Dick
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
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All services Sunday will begin -oc
time. Preaching both the morning
and night hours. This will be the
finishing work of my two years laboi
with the church in Crosbyton. If you
are interested in the work or would
like to know at least some of the
things that has been accomplished,
the progress and development of the
congregation, what the congregation
and the preacher have done and tried
to do during these two years, come
to the services Sunday morning and
Sunday night. You will know it all
by being at both services. After Sun-
day I will be in meetings and field
work " altogether for some _ time and
possibly permanently, making Cros-
byton my permanent home.
Theme for the morning hour will
bef "Mine Answer to Them That Do
Examine Me is This,'' (1 Cor. 9:3).
Theme for the night hour will be:
"Federalists and Anti-federalists."
F. S. VANCE, Minister
B. A. U. PROGRAM

—COFFEE DAY-
Saturday will be "Coffee Day" at Piggly Wiggly.
brand of Coffee we handle will be on sale.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
GAR
Limit lOtb
5 lbs
Pkg-
ite
RICE
KRISPIES
11c
KO
T > A*
Kills FUes
Quart ,
can
12 c
BLACKBERRIES
No. 2 can ' Hci


Small Size
Any kind
4ic|
Red, No. 2 can
2 for
For Jams
and JeUuw
17c
t J CM
Subject: "Hand-Piq-ked Fruit."
Group 1 in charge.
First Speaker.—Mrs. Allen. v
Second Speaker.—Mr. H. M. Reed
Third Speaker.—Mr. Mayes.
Fourth Speaker.—Mrs. Suggs. -
Fifth Speaker —Mrs. Higgmbotham
Mrs. Persex, group leader.
LLANO ESTACADO LEAGUE
UNION HAS MEETlNfi
The monthly meeting of the Llano.
Estacado League Umoft was held
Tuesday evening, June 17, at Lo-
renzo. About seventy Leaguers at-
tended the meeting from Idalou,
Crosbyton, Robertson and Lorenzo.
The theme for the evening was
"Christian Living." The devotional
was led by Rev; Geo. E. Montgomery
of Idalou. A series of talks were
given as follows: "Presentation of
Theme," Rev. Bill Thompson of Lo-
renzo; "What It Means to Be a
Christian," Rev. T. M. Johnston, of
Crosbyton; "What It Costs to Be a
Christian," Rev. Aubrey Ashley of
Lorenzo; "Rewards of Christian Liv-
ing." Robert Curry of Crosbyton.
During the program the Lorenzo
orchestra rendered two selections.
Following the program for the eve-
ning the business meeting was held.
This meeting was the first held in the
new league year and Rev. Thompson
-told us something of the Summer
Assembly that was held about a week
ago. He gave us some suggestions
as how to improve the Union during
■ the coming year. Other business
matters were discussed and the eve-
ning was completed by a social hour.
The social hour was conducted by
Mrs. Hare of Lorenzo and every we
enjoyed the many games played. The
serving of punch and cakes *itn
sweet peas for plate favors closed
the meeting. „ ,, .
The Leaguers attending the meet-
ing from Crosbyton were as follows:
Mattie McDonald, Minnie Lee Wal-
dron, Doris Cox, Alyne Freeman, Mrs.
Wilson Johnston,
T: M. Johnston,
Amon Johnston, Olin
Curry, Hershett^Si
Williamson and son.
«
Karr, Robert
Rfirtr. T. ;®|
To broil tomatoes, wash them, re-
move the stem ™ nds, cut in half, put
in a greased shallow baking dish, add
salt, pepper and melted butter "or
other fat to season, and place under
the flame ofva broiling oven, far
enough from the flame to allow the
tomatoes to cook before browning.
Broil for 2ft Jfe 30 minutes or until
tender and -lightly browned. Serve
hot garnished with parsley on crisp
buttered toast.
Miw Eva May Sorenson, charming
blonde who won the annual beauty
contest among students of Brigham
Young University. Provo. Utah.
LYNN STOKES TO BE HERE
President Texas Cotton Cooperative
Ginning to Speak Here June 28.
Lynn Stokes, president of - the
Texas Cotton Cooperative gins, will
speak, in Crosbyton on Saturday,
June 28, it was announced here Wed-
nesday. His Subject will be along
the line of cooperative ginning and
farm aid.
The speaking will be in the after-
noon in the court house and every-
body is invited to hear him. ■>
METHODIST W. M. S. IN
BIBLE STUDY
Try Review Classified Ads.
The Womans Missionary Society
will meet next Monday afternoon at
j the church in Bible study, The Book
tof Ruth, with Mrs. J. L. Tinsley,
leader.
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The old wooden ship's figure*
head, a likeness of Tecumsch, the
Indian Chief, which stood for years
on the grounds of the U. S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis, has beea re-
placed by this bronze duplicate.
FOR SALE—Old papers at 20 eeala
per 100, at the Review office. 4S-t(
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Try Review Classified Ada
After the Wirst
THE VALUE of sound design, good materials and careful
craftsmanship i especially apparent in the new Ford after
the first twenty-five thousand miles. Long, continuous
service emphasizes its mechanical reliability and economy of
operation and up-keep.
As you drive the Ford through many months and years you
will develop an increasiiig pride in its appearance and a
growing respect for the substantial worth that has been built
into it. From every standpoints—in everything that goes to
make a good automobile—you will know that you have made
a far-seeing, satisfactory purchase.
Wherever you go, you hear enthusiastic praise of the car
and this significant, oft-repeated phrase—"I'm glad I
bought a Ford." „
.ASfl
A TORP WifcY la New Yuik tcMe of w -
13,000-mile trip'across the United States
and back in sixty days and says "the car
was extremely economical to operate, com-
fortable and speedy." A grateful father
tells'how the Triplex shatter-proof glass
windshield saved his wife and children
from serious injury.
To test tires, a large company drove a
new Ford day and night, for an average of
500 miles every twenty-four hours. It was
stilt giving satisfactory service after
105,000 miles.
A Ford car that had fallen into Fernan
Lake was submerged for twelve days be-
fore being raised. After a new battery and
carburetor bowl were installed, it was driven
bade to Spokane under its own power.
Many police departments hav4 written
of the special advantages of the Ford in
crowded traffic because of its alert speed,
acceleration, and ease of control. An in-
creasing number of fleet owners are also
purchasing the Ford because their cost
figures line given conclusive proof of its
economy of operation and upkeep.
la adjUffcw* to important triumph* in
—jam^frniil-Xopenhagen-to-Paris-to-€open-
hagen, three gold medals in England, first
ranking in the durability test over the
tortuous Amancaes road in Peru, and firs^
place in the 1930 reliability run conducted
by the Royal Automobile Club of Sweden*
This contest was an exceptionally se-
vere test of endurance and sturdy con-,
struction because it was held in the dead a#
winter and covered 600 miles of steady*
running over snow-covered country roads
and mountdinoas hills.
NBW LOW FOB* PBICIS
Roadster ,. $435 Coupe . .
Phaeton . 440 Tudor Sedan
Sptirt Coqpe . . . . . r .
De Luxe Coupe . . . . . ..
Three-window Fordor Sedan .
Convertible Cabriolet . . .
DeLuxe Phaeton £
De Luxe Sedan . .
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Town Sedan \. . • ♦.
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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/m1/4/ocr/: accessed April 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.