The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1940 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CROSBYTON REVIEW
Ray and Lamtl vldUd relaUMa
in Clovis N. M. Wednesday.
MM, LOYD XL FOWLEB
was well attended and tlw
served before and
-fgie program brought |9,53
MIA will go to the womens home
^hmonstratlon club, we wish to
ftjjlk everyone who helped In any
HKSP ! v" •
R. A- McDuff of Peters-
visited a few days last week
yMhpKr son Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
McDuff and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Justus, Oma
:,y- • ■
Mvs. Patterson and baby of Has-
kell who has been visiting her par-
H#%U. Illlf Mit 'lilHiM, iglui'iwM
home Saturday. ■
, Mrs. James Roberson and chil-
dren of Lovington N. M. are visit-
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Fowler. .•• '
Mr. anad Mra. Ancil Steele and
children visited Mr. and lira. Con.
Parrlsh of Owens Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hornr Kerry
Wayne and Amice visited Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Truett Mc-
Eachern, of Lubbock. T
Mrs. Gilford Fowler and Mrs
Lloyd A. Fowler were Lubbock
Shoppers on Tuesday.
Miss Sylble Dean McDuff retur-
ned home Thursday from A. and
M. college Station where she at-
tended a six day short course in
4-H club work.
Earl and Oma Ray uJstus
spent Saturday night with; the
Mrs. J. L. Elsby ate Friday night
supper in the home of her daugh-
ter Mrs. B. G. iicDuff.
Miss May Jean Trevor is visiting
her cousin Margie McNeely of
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Steele were
the Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Pyran.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Forguson
anad children ate Sunday dinner,
with Mr. and Mrs. George Forgua
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. FOwler and
family attended family reunion at.
the Road Side park near Silver
Don McNeely of Owens is visi
ting his cousin J. M; FoWler.
Our club will meet Wednesday
July 24th in the afternoon with
Mrs. O. J. JEidler and Mrs. Forest
Edler as co-hostess, 0
Miss Dixon called aLll the club3
to come to town for a mattress
demonstration so our/club meeting
was postponed until this later
enjoying the occasion were R. E.
Perkins and family. Perry An;
thony and family of Seeagraves
Sam Bryan andfamily, Mr. and
Mni. Jim Willaxd of Leeague 4 and
The Mimms and Smith families
enjoyed -a reunion at McKenzie
state park at Lubbock Sunday.
Relatives and friends Were there
from Clovis, Lubbock and Kansaas
Magene Fowler of Big 4 was
a guest of Marjorie McNeely Sun-
day, Monday and Tuesday. They
enjoyed a picnic at Silver Falls
Mrs. O. B./McNeely
Mr. and Mrs. Allie O'Brien of
Lubbock, Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Richajxjgon. of Slaton were the
weak rod guest of Mr. and^MrsfM;
Odom. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson
=are moving to Afton, Dickens
county where Mr. Richardson has
been elected agricultural teacher
for another year. Mra. Richard-
son is the former Miss Kathrine
Jimmie^ Rankin, editor of the
Slaton Slatonite, was in Crosby-
The church of Christ meeting ton, f™** on business. He was
began last week end with Elder look'n& aftf his farming intere,t
Richard RobbL of,. Crosbyton countyjmd marketing some
doing the pre^fthing. Attendance j wh«at. Mr. Ran as a or
Mrs. Taylor LOwrie returned
home Saturday from Hardin-Sim-
mons University where she recei-
ved her J3. A. degree and perman-
ent hlcrh nrhnnl om I If ll'HI rr wt TP"
iUM of Uie ipiiflg
June. She attended the first six
weekfl summ/er session in order to
complete her work for a degree.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George"
Smitn drove down to Abilene Sat-
urday after her. *
* C. L. Dyer accompanied his twin
sister, Mrs. J. O. Brown, and
niece Miss Frances Dyer, as far
as Texarkana Tuesday enroute to
their home at CookesYUta, 3tenn.
Mrs. Brown and M1«b Dyer have
been guests in the Dyer home for
Miss Opal McEachern has re-
sumed . her studies as student
nurs& at West Texas Hospital, ar-
ter.... spending a two weeks vaca-
tion, here with-her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I,. D. McEachern.
Mrs. J. B. Bell haS regTstenSd for
the second summer session at
Tech. Mrs. Bell will complete work
for-her B. A. Degree this sum-
mer. She attended the first six
weeks summer session.
d G. R. Mosely cf
were guests last
cousins Eunice and
week of thetf
Mrs. J. J./Evatt came last week
to visit hei/ son J. E. Evatt and
MIRIAM A. FERGUSON
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fanne Jordan was at
of last week.
Mrs. Frank Creed visi-
1 their son Buford Creed
and wife Sunday,..
Joe Elam anad family sper
last week end with Mr. and Mrs. R
L. Pace of Farmer. Mrs. Pace re-
turned home .with them to visit a
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thornton of
Canyon Valley'were guests in the
R. E. Crump home Sunday.
Miss Rozelthea Pierce, Mrs, A.
W. Brown and Miss Doris Mimms
of Clovis were here last week
end. r - " -
J. E. Walker and family and
Mra. George Duncan went to Tex-
arkana last week on vacation.
Mr, and Mrs. E. G. Bryan moved
into their new five room house
last week. A number of friends
anad relatives surprised them with
a dinner Sunday. Those present
resident of Crosby county, having
been Suerintendent .of the Ralls
school for a number of years.
is on the rjun
Jerry Sadler offers a workable
tax p!an...". Read his platform
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Mrs. Olen Littlefield and baby,
Mary Beth, Mrs. J. F. Littlefield.
and Mrs. V. R. Haltom, returned
on Friday of last week from Tuc-
son, Arizona, whre they spent a
week with Olen Littlefield who is
a patient in the Veterans hospital
at Tucson. They report Olen im-
proving and very anxious to re-
Miss Georgia Mae Smjth who is
dietition at the boysJporraitor> at
Texas Tecfr—ms~tspenttTfig tfttr sum-
mer at camp Passympsic at- Eli,
^Vermont, where she is camp dieti-
tian. This is the third summer
she has spent at camp Passump-
sic. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Smith of near
John Odom, former District
Clerk of Crosby County, was visit-
ing and meeting old f^inds here
Saturday. They now live in Meri-
dian, Miss, and were visiting their
daughter, the former Miss Zoie
Odom, at Floydada, now Mrs. Win-
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H. B. Barnett and family who
have been at Dean near Shallo-
water, are moving back to Wake.
Mr. Barnett had a store at Dean,
and expects to take charge of his
store . again at Wake. His bro-
ther, J. C. Barnett, will be with
the store at Dean.
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Dunn
and Barbara Allen spent Sunday
in Lubbock, guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Ewing Lawson at the Lub-
bock Sanitarium. Mrs. Lawson
underwent majory surgery several
days ago. She returned home on
Tuesday of this week.
Dr. J. L. Adams is driving a new
Buick car this week. He and Mrs.
Adams and Sarah Ann, plan to
leave in a few days on a vacation
visit with Mrs. Adams parents in
Misouri and with his parents in
W. A. Amburn, Jr. of the Floyd
County Hesperian, Floydada, is
helping out the Review ^this week
and next as operator, in the ab-
sence of Hubert, who is taking his
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Curry left
Saturday for Pampa where they
were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert. Curry on a two weeks vaca-
tion trip to Denver, Yellow Stone
'National Park, - and Spokane,
Mrs. C. E. Flemins and Harold
spent Thursday in Brownfield with
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmeth Wat kins.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cash are
visiting relatives at Graham this
burton s. burks
CROSBY, LUBROCK, HOCKLEY
AND COCHRAN COUNTIES
Subject to the Action of the
J. E. McDonald
Prompt, Courteous, &
Efficient Subject to
Primary July 27th
M. T. York and Miss Joy Gra-
ham of Hamilton were here Mon-
day and Tuesday assisting Mis.
Rowena Karr, manager, of the lo-
cal York' Variety Store, in taking
inventory. Mr. York is owner of
eleven variety stores ^scattered
over West Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Roberts and
daughter, Mrs. Adllene Wheeler
and Mrs. Leonard Stewart, were
visiting in Lubbock Friday after-
Mrs. Adiiene Wheeler hadTas her
guest Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Bailey, and children Patsy and
Frances, of McAdoo: "
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FOR SALE—A Butane Ligfit'
System. The Pansy church. See
J. T. Williams. 291tc
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and sons are (
tion in Bast'
Homer Waii ^.~.T*
A. W. WsBft11
Mr. and Mrs.
ded an old
rodio at Seymour
Ellison said she
reared act Seymour
Mr. and Mrs. CW,
P^ts of a daughter-
pounds and eight om
10:30, Tuesday night ■
spent several days Ism ^
her mother Mrs s W
brother, J. O. Sugg, '
Because of his Qualifications and iiis. _
We, the undersigned, Earnestly Solicit Y<
1 'fi Gf J
E. E. Hancock, Supt. of Schools, Ralls; H. H. Nicholas ta|/J
Schools, Lorenzo; R. H. Nowlin, Co. Supt., Crosbyton; Tlios.
ton Supt, Schools, Andrews; H. S. Carder, Supt. of School^, !
Joe Bailey, Mgr. Bowers Bros. Feed Seagraves; P. K. Hu
of Union Schools, Lamesa; W. R. Mitchell, President Cou _
Sefninole; Mrs. W. A. Beii. Browjifield; J. L. Chiles, Welch;
Joe Hudson, President School Board, Seagraves; A. W.
Member County School Board Dawson County. R. W. Pitl
Estate, Seminole; Gene F. McCullough, Supt. of Schools,
G. M. Green, Druggist, Brownfield; Dean A. Robinson, Co. „
Jiev. Clatlde D. Peake, Pastor, Presbyterian Chjirch, Seagra'
Duff, Abstractor, Seminole; ^
Hayes Holman, Supt. of Schoolslt^Po^t; Dr. Tj L. Treadav,.,, „
Brownfield; Ross A. Rucker, Supt. of School Cotton Cental \
Mosley, Trustee & Mgr. Fair Dept. Store^Seagraves; J. B.
Plainview Business College, Plain view; WyA. Cox, Real
nole; Mrs. J. E. Watson, PlainviW; Frcr Smith, Mgr. Cicero
Lmbr. Co., Brownfield F. A. Hemphill, Supt. of Schools,
C. R. Cothes, Druggist. Seminole; F. O. Boles, Co. Supt.,
Cecil Smith, Higginbotham Bartlett Co., Brownfield; G. L.
Supt. of Frenship Schools, Lubbock; Mrs. Evelyn Danieil,
B. M. Hays, Supt. of Cooper Schools, Lubbock; Jim Graves,
Drug Store, Brownfield G. G. McWhorter, Elem. Principal of
Schools, Lubbock; Mrs. C. C. Cothes, Druggists, Bemionle;
Rucker, Supt. of Schools, Shallowater;
O. J. Danieil, Seminole; Mra. Lenore M. Tunnell, Co. Supt.,
J. A. Gozaway, Real Estaate^ Seminole; Emmitt Smith, Supt j
Schools, BrownfieldT~T5r. A. H. Danieil, Brownfield; J. W,. Jonatf
of Schools, Denver City; S. O. Doss, Rancher, Seminole; Csri'G.f
Co. Supt., Amarillo; F. D. Stark, Hardware, Seminole; C. R.
Canadian; . >i"T§
Mrs. F. D. Stark, Seminole; W.'^B, .Weatherred, Co. Supt.,
W. H. Dallas. Banker, Brownfield; J. D. Wilson, Supt- of
Paducah; T. F. Lindley, Business Man, Seminole; G. H. Joftta,!
of Schools, Happy Mrs. Irene Lindley, Seminole; C. R. Wilson, !
of Valley View Rural High School, Paducah; fjfl
C. O. Homerton, Ind. Eastern Torpedo, Seagraves; W. R..
Supt. of Schools, Iowa Park; W. C. Jenkins, President
Abernathy; J. B. Webster, Trustee, Union School, Lamesa; J. EL 1
lef, Supt. of Schools, Hale Center; M. M. Debnarn, Trustee, "
School, Lamesa; Tye C. Young, President County Board, Mu
T. C. Martin, Principal "McCarty Schools, Lamesa; Joe W. Smith, 1
dent Klondike School Board, Lamesa;
H. T. Copeland, Supt. of Schools, Sparenberg; L. C. Pyle, S«Q>tj
Dawson High School, Welch Henry Cash, Principal Gran view f
Lamesa; O. W. Neill, Member Union School Board, Lamesa; J* I
New, Member Klondike School Board, Lamesa; Clyde Edmonson, I*
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Curry, W. M. The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1940, newspaper, July 19, 1940; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth243177/m1/4/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Crosby County Public Library.