The Crosbyton Review. (Crosbyton, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, July 31, 1942 Page: 1 of 8
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' ting Pastor In
BVlval now -in progress at
. Baptist Chujtfh Is being
J,ded by not only people
[membership but by the
I of the town in general.
• y (juice, militant pas-
r the preaching for the
services and Tommie
of Fort Worth, is bring-
['morning messages and
f the music. _
of a revival during
rfnl times is ' evident
|*ig willing to pour out His
on a Christian nation
r^f ^Humble themselves
rand seek His face and
i thetf- wicked ways.
i are urged to attend the
|7nd receive the blessings
fini in doing so.
dfray. we'll known sing-
j nd composer of a popu-
long, is not unknown to
log country. He has been
r revivals' on the Plains,
(which was in Lorenzo
groups meet each even-
1:46. There is a prayer
each age and all are
CROSBYTON, CROSBY COUNTY."!
low interest rate
A Dime Om I
JULY SI, 1942
land bank loans"
Will Save $41,664
FY>r Land Owners in
. Crosby County
Farmers and ranchmen of this
territory served by the Crosbyton
National Farm Loan Association
will say® approximately $41,664.00
during""the next two years thru
continued low interest rates on
Federal Land Bank and Land
Bank Commissioner loans, W. T.
Dunn, secretary-treasurer of the
association, reported Monday.
The saving, Mr. Dunn explained,
results from legislation recently
passed by Congress, which con-
tinues through June 30, 1944, the
J*- and 1-2 percent interest rate on
long-term Federal Land Bank
and Land Bank ComiTfiasioner
The Crosbyton I^ationgT^ ^ira
mately $1,388,796.00 in loans out-
standing. " ' "
kes Management ""
[Local Tailor Shop
[ Ensey of Spur h&s tak-
the City Cleaners Tailor
l week. Mr. Ensey said ne
in the tailoring business
three years in Spur,
ey is the former MtS3
on, daughter of Mrs.
erson of this city. She
Ir. "EiTsey Trfttie~9hop.
their small sort, Rich-
e, are living ift the Mrs-
Mrs. Skeet Cosper who
operating the shop Uie
t, have moved to AmariT-
Skeet is employed at a
)N KIKER, 74,
[the East Plains;
?ed in 1920
CROSBY IS GIVEN
QUOTA TO FILL FOR
Olen Littlefield Will
Be Navy Recruiter
SET FOR SEPT. 7
Two New Teachers
Chosen For Coming
• Opening date for the Crosbyton
schools this year will be Monday,
Sept. 7, it was decided at a meet-
ing of the school board Tuesday
night. The Negro school will open
August If, and turn out several
weeks for cotton picking.
Miss Golden Fay Rose was el-
ected as history teacher, at-this
session of the board. She comes
from Coolidge, Texas.
Anotherv newTeacher,. Miss Ev-
elyn Keller, LubtSOck, was elected
recently to teach English in high
school lower grades. Miss Keller
has taught irj Haskell county
pen alty j¥iLL~BE——DR> f: RE i^n is
dep. dist. GOV'R
only four soldier
addresses in week
t Milton Kiker, 74-year old
Canyon, died Monday
f ftt a Temple hospital fol-
illness of several weeks.
; leg was amputated last
i an effort to save his-life
i Infection which started
■ several weeks earlier,
services were held at
dist church in Canyon,
C. C. Armstrong offi-
l®J«r w s a former resl-
^ro®by county, coming to
** Plains from Green'3
1 1916, and making' his
^ for 10 years. He moved
® in 1926. For the past
1 * hfcs been custodian at
^'Kh, school where
id pupils alike all re-
Pf wife he is survived
5®^ L- W. Kiker, Plain-
Kiker, Floydada and
Ittrtij.'. er ot Sheppard
Falls; three daugn-
Criswell of Patrl-
*> Mrs. Glenford Fowler
«rf-®n> *nd Mrs. Odie Mc-
l« Rails; a brother, L G.
l^pbeil, also of
lted to Attend
L^hy County Sing-Song
® ^Wlar session at
m ^ singers are urged
*** public is COP-
> •tateg • r. h. Now-
\-r-+ • i. - S
|tavlted by the people
be their guest* for
w?.and enjoy the fine
1 V1® fellowship of the
^ D. Cash sp«nt
® Abilene with
" Enough men to equal, the crew,
of a submarine now building will
be enlisted from the Lubbock Na-
Ury recruiting district each month
during AugUst and September,
Chief J. E. Calloway, recruiter in
charge of this district, announce 1
today. The district includes Bai-
ley, Crosby, Floyd, Hale, Hockley,
Lamb, Lubbock, Lynn, Motley,
Garza and Terry.
Sponsoring the . campaign to
enlist at least 165 men from this
district each month will be Amer-
ican Legion Posts and civic or-
mittees have been organized and
supplied with Navy recruiting lit-
erature. Individual members will
be designated "Volunteer Navy
A monthly quota of volunteer
enlistments for naval service has
been assigned each county, bast?d
on population. Exact figures on
complements of naval vessels are
secret, Chief Calloway said, but
certain figures may be used lor
recruiting purposes. In the Hous-
ton Navy recruiting distric t, com-
prising the Southern half of 1 e.\-
as, a recent slogan was, "Wanted.
•1,000 Volunteers for Replacement
of the Cruiser Houston."
Olen Littlefield has been desig-
nated -by the Lubbock station as
official Navy Recruiter for Cros-
byton. All men interested shoukl
contact him f°r information or go
to the Navy Recruiting Station lo-
cated~tn the basement of the P. O.
building in Lubbock. A regular re-
cruiter from the Lubbock office
will be at the Post Office in Floy-
dada every Saturday for the pur-
pose of taking applications for
Crosby county with a popula-
tion of 10,046 is asked to furnisn
nine volunteers each of the two
months. The recruiting slogan for
this county is, "Crosby County
Navy Enlistments For This Month
Shall JEqualJA. Gun Crew."
Lubbock ^punty with a popula-
tion of 51,782 and a quota of 4 .
men per month will have for a
recruiting slogan, "Lubbock Co.
Enlistments This Month Shall E
qual 6 Gun Grews." Other coun-
ties will have appropriate recruit-
ing slogans based On their month-
Navy enlistment ages are from
17 to 50 years. Unskilled men
have opportunity to attend Navy
'trade schpols. Qualified sullied
men .may be .enlisted as petty of-
ficers with monthly pay ranging
from |78 to $126.00. It is necessa-
ry that application" < for enlist-
ment be made before, induction in-
to the Army. ■
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Pfc. Wayne Wren of Blythe,
Calif., stopped .here Mondayrfor a
short visit with his uncle, Ed
Wren. Wayne was enroute to his
home in Corpus Christi. He receiv-
ed a message while here that his
sister, Mrs. Mao Eden, was , ser-
iously ill in a Corpus Christi hos-
pital. Mm. Eden (contracted malta
fever five months ago. Mr. Wren
said there was little hope of her
Ceoil Swanda, Jack Marsh and
J. L. MoCrumhien «pent several
days this week fishing at Buchan-
nan Dam .
•""i . I ' o -
JkCayot F. M. Dunn and family
are vacationing in Greenville this
Many More Addresses
Are Wanted Now
Only four-addresses of soldier
boys were turned in this week.
We have published the addresses
of many of our boys, but' there
arcSTTn Mfmy more. Perhaps some
of their friends wouhMIke to write
them if they_qnly had the address.
Please bring them in.
Pfc. A. S. Huckaby, 26th A'r
Base, Goodfellow Field, San An-
Willis H. Stockton, Reserve
Training class, Yeaton Hall U. S.
Coast Guard Academy, New Lon-
Pfc. Clyde W. Bennett 18074802
30th Gen. Hospital, A. P. O. 873,
cr. Postmaster, New York City.
Pvt. Dovle B. Warren, Co.
M. P. Bat., Camp Livingsti
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wallace
have gone to Amarillo where Mr.
Wallace is employed building
imposed for lack
yof auto stamp
July 31 Last Day to
Secure Stamps at
• Reports reaching the office of
Collector of Internal Revenue in"1"
dicate that most persons subject
to the $5.00 automobile tax due
July l, 1942, have already pur-
chased the required Stamp but
that In some sections many auto-
mobile owners have failed to pur-
chase this stamp. Beginning .Au-
gust 1, a concerted drive by De-
puty Collectors in every "section
WiKtr be undertaken, and alF per-
sons subject to the tax, using
their cars without the stamp af-
fixed, will be vigorously prosecut-
ed. Such tax evaders will-be sub-
ject to a $25 fine and thirty days
imprisonment in~~a3dltibn to pay-
ment of- the tax. This' automobile
use tax is a war measure, and all
patriotic people should respond
The most important thing to re-
member is that the $5.00 autombr
bile tax Stamp cannot be pur-
chased from Post Offices after
July 31, 1942, and purchases will
have to be made from the Collec-
tor of Internal Revenue, and late
purchasers will be required to es-
tablish the fact under oath that
they have not used their cars
prior to the purchase date of the
Stamp, in order to avoid penalty.
This is a final notice, and fur-
ther leniency ^annot be extended.
This statement is made by direc-
tion of the Bureau of -Internal
Revenue in Washington.
Dates on Queen Theatre .
Calendar Fiaea Ticket
(ftth Behind Time
"feas Large Group of
Counties Under His
Dr. F. A. Green has received
notice of his appointment as De-
puty District Governor, - District
2rT, Lions International from the
new governor of the district. Dr.
Green's duties will be to assist the
Governor in the northern part of
the district, running from Crosby-
ton north to Plainvtew, and west
to the New Mexico line.
Dr. Green has served as secre-
tary of the local club for several
years, and has been a member of
the board of directors of the club
since its organization six years
HANK SMITH CHAPTER TO
MEET NEXT TUESDAY NTTE
Jack Arthur, Owner of the
Queen Theatre, calls attention to
the passes printed on the August
calendars of the theatre. The date
appearing on these" passes is July,
when it should have been August,
ored on the dates shown during
August, rather than July, he said.
The next regular meeting of the
Hank Smith Chapter of Future
Farmers of America will be held
at 9:l5"next Tuesday night in the
Agriculture room. Purpose of the
meeting^.will be to discuss project
plans for next year and to maker
final arrangements for/a Crosby-
ton District FFA encampment to
be held at Buffalo Lakes Wednes-
day and Thursday, Aug. 5 and b.
The Patton Springs /and Lorenzo
FFA Chapters wil^participate in
CRP. ED C. BLACKWOOD.
Corporal Blackwood is the
son of Mrs. W. I. Blackwood
and a graduate of Crosbyton
high school. He is''stationed'
at Hondo, Texas, with Unit
If you plan to be away from
home on August 22, second pri-
mary election, go to the County
Clerk's office and cast an absen-
tee vote. Absentee voting • begins
op August 2, and closes at mid-
night on Thursday, August 19.
Second primary runoff election
comes on Saturday, August 22.
Bomb the Japs With Junk!
Miss Eunice Florence of Slaton
was the guest over the week-end
of her brother, Earle Florence,
Mrs. M. G. Davis visited friends
in Lubbock Monday.
NEW SCRAP METAL
DRIVE GETS UNDER
WAY NEXT WEEK
Candidates Express Thanks
CARD OF THANKS
TO THE CITIZENS OF
The vote I received in the first
primary was most gratifying^ and
I wish to thank each and every
one who contributed to that re-
sult. 1 am now" asking for a con-
tinuation of your good will and
support in the second primary.
As stated in my announcemenfTrf
January, I am asking for^a PRO-
MOTION upon my record'and up-
on past service as District Clerk,
and' olhfer public service^. which
has given hie practical experience
in the workings of our courts:"™
On account of ^eJ.^nJ^^wishes to all of you
t ional emergency, I will be unftbte-* R H. N
i to make a house-to-house cam-
paign, and therefore, will be un-
able to see many of the voteFST
May I take this method of solicit-
ing your vote on August ?2nd, and
thank you in advance for your
favorable consideration. w
Candidate for County Judge.
I am deeply grateful to my
friends and neighbors for the gen-
erous support that has put me in-
to the second primary as a can-
didate for the office of County
Judge. I solicit your continued
support in the run-off, as"weT^ as
the support of all whose support
has been released by the first pri-
mary. I have a record of having
always done my best for those
who hired me to work for them.
I think none will doubt that I will
do my best for Crosby County
when Itam elected County Judge.
J. M. RANKIN _
THANK YOU, FRIENDS,
I wish to thank everyone who
voted for me In the Primary Elec-
tion and everyone who.spoke a
word in my behalfi "Although I
was not successful in my race, l
accept the verdict of the people
with no 111 will toward anyone. I
ptill think that the right to vote
is the key to Democracy, and 1
wish more people would avail"
themselves of the right which
they have. I hope that I made a
few new friends in the race and
trust that I lost none. With a
heart of gratitude for the oppor-
tunity of serving you In the past,
and for your support In the re-
cent election, my family joins me
in saying-" "thanJi you and best
THANKS TO VOTERS
I want to take .this means of
saying that I am very grateful to
the voters of Precinct 2, for their
support in the July 25 prUnaty.
^promise my best efforts In ad-
mtetttatW «> «<• *
f ice of Commissioner, ana asa
your co-operation in thls tssk.
y V y JOHN G. HARVEY
I surely do «ppreclatstte vote
and assistance I received to the
•leeUon. Than^ to e wyone.
R. H. NOWLIN.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to thank the people of
Crosby County* Precinct 3, for the
confidence shown in me at the
election Saturday. I thank . you
for your cooperation in the past,
and solicit yotir future coopera-
tion. Sincerely yours,
L. M. TOMME
THANK YOU, FOLKS!
For your ^ine endorsement and
splendid vote giwHne- last Sat-
urday. I shall continue to give
yo& the same efficient, courteous
service, and endeavor in every
way to merit that confidence.
ROY E. HILLIN, Sheriff.
v ■mi— ™*
Chirell Marie Rbbereon of Loy-
tngton, N. M., was the guest last
week at her grandpArents^ M*-
and Mrs. J. A. Fowler.
I am indeed grateful for the
courtesies extended to me in my
race for County Judge; thank
you very much. I wish to congra-
tulate Mr. Hames and Mr. Ran-
•Wn on their victory in the .first
primary and also wish to express
to Mr. Byerley my appreciation
for his many good "qualities... I ap-
preciate your goocT will.
TO MY FRIENDS OF
I wish to take this mesuis of
thanking each of you for the
splendid vote which I received. I
shall earnestly endeavor to m,erlt
the confidence wElch'yeu have
placed in me.
D. A. EDWARDS
For your cooperation and support.
We will continue to render you
Prompt, Efficient 'and Friendly
THANK YOU, CITIZENS
OF CROSBY COUNTY
I am' Indeed grateful for your
support and endorsement as Tax
Assessor-Collector. J will always
be mindful of this trust and will
do my best to render efficient,
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THROW TOUR SCRAP INTO
* THE FIGHT! .
Non-Stop Drive To
Continue For Duration
Of the Emergency
The Scrap Metal campaign now
under way over the nation is non-
stop campaign and will be con-
ducted from now on until the end
of the war on a 24-hour-a-day ba-
sis, J. W. Carter, local chairman
of the drive, declared this week.
"Iron and steel scrap metal,"
said 'Carter "lfTone of our military
and industry's, greatest needs to-
day, for any limit to the supply of
scrap and other raw materials ts
a limit to our productive capacity
of war instruments."
now have the opportunity to show
the rest of tfee-nation what re-
sults West Texans can get when
they put their shoulder^ to. tftV
wheel. Texans have led In virtual-
ly all war efforts and this should
prove np exception.
"Our collection committee • for
this locality is small," Carter said.
"But when added to the others
engaged in the same job we feel
.strong enough to get the job done.
There are approximately 1-2,000
state and local salvage commit-
tees comprising about 130,000
members. There ....-are also more
than 400 industrial salvage com-
mittees with some 6,000 promi-
nent industrial executives operat-
ing as volunteers.
Beginning next week a national
advertising agency will launch a
nationwide newspaper, magazine
and radio campaign designed to
explain "the importance and oper-
ation of the scrap salvage drive
The advertising campaign is be-
ing financed through private in-
terests with the aid Qf iron and
steel manufacturers. It Is hoped
the drive will reach right Into
homes, stores;~factorlesr_ public
buildings, farms and most any
place where scrap metal or other
vital materials can be found..
"This drive," Carter stated,
should be regarded by everyone
as a direct and personal obliga-
tion to all our boys 'fflff'all fronts.'"
Ttu? slogan for this campaign is
"Throw Your Si^rap Into the
STAMP NO. 6 GOOD
FOR SUGAR NOW
You are reminded that Stamp
No. 6 in your RatioAing Book One
is now, in effect for your August
allotment of sugar, good until
Also, tl\at those who registered
for the canning sugar early, be-
fore the increased allotment was
put into effect in this county, may
make application for the addition-
al amount on and after August
3rcL if and -when you need it, on
or' before September 15th.
We have a quota for new bicy-
cles for this county. You may
make application for one," if you
C. W. HASH, Chairman,
Crosby Co. War Price and
Rationing Board No. 55
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Curry and
daughter, Pat, Bill Nickson and
Jack Davis, report a catch of 27
nice fish on the Fowler ranch
Monday. Ifae group enjoyed a M
fry at the Curry home Mom&y
BUI Bushy left Art* week ft*,
Oarthagt, Mo., to visit relatives.
NUMBER THIRTY-ONE ?
RUN OFF SLATED
EOR AUGUST 22
O'Daniel and Allred
To Stage Run-off
It is over with most, candidates
—but a few will have to undergo
another 20 days of agony and sus-
pense, before they can get back
to their regular routine of every
day living and forgetting the "het
up" condition just before the elec-
Unlike two years ago, Senator
W. Lee O'Daniel./then running for.
Governor, ended the race with a
clear cut majority, receiving 607,-
614 votes. But this time.he is fac-
ed with a run-off with Judge
James V. Allred for the full term
seat as U. S. Senator. With most
of the votes accounted for Tues-
day,^tabulations gave tbe SenatoT
464,246 votes to 308,880 for All-
red, Dan Moody 175,738, and
Ryan 12,278. A
In the county there will .be-Only^
one office to be contested in the
August run-off primary; that of
County Judge. Contestants in the
race will be Warren Hames of.
Crosbyton, now district clerk of
the county, and J. M. Rankin of
Ralls, former school superinten-
dent of Ralls, and newspaper pub-
lisher. Hames received 972 votes
in the July primary, to Rankin'a
628. -Clay Henry received 552
votes and X C. Byerley 181. votes,
the other two in the race.
It is not known how many'votes
were cast in the county because
of-jjiutilated ballots, etc., but the
greatest number cast for any one
candidate was for Lewis H. Ben-
ton, for county treasurer, and
Geo. E. Mayes, for county survey-
or, both receiving 2352 votes.
Running close seconds were Emzy
Pieratt, Roy Hillin, E. A. Watson,
George Mahon and Hojf Halsey,
DIES AT McCOY
, Mr. Senti Formerly
In Proauce Business
In Crosby tori -- • -
Funeral services for Mrs. D. A.
Senn, 55, former resident of Cros-
byton, were held in the Ralls Bap-
tist church Sunday afternoon at
3:00 o'clock with Rev. Sidney
Johnson, pastor of McCoy Bap-
tist church, officiating. ^
Mr. and Mrs. Senn, formerly in
the produce business in Crosbyton
moved from here to McCoy in
Floyd county about two years
Survivors include three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Craig parsons, Kalga-
ry; Mrs. W. L. Payne, Waco, and
Mrs.* Horace Mayfleld, Oklahoma
City; three sons, A. L. and Clay-
ton, San Diego, Calif., and Foy of
AUG. 1 LAST DATE
FOR TIRE SELLERS
TO LIST STOCK
Date Postponed Due
To Scarcity of Forms
To Give Inventory
C. W. Hash, chairman o'f the
Crosby County War Price and
Rationing Board, announced today
that automobile tire and tube
sellers have been granted an ex-;
tension of .time from July 25 ^to
August 1, in which to file with
local board an inventory of jjjDF
tires and tubes, both new and
used, that were oh hand as of .
"This is the second extension Of
time granted for this report,." Mr.
Hash explained/"because1 of the
late arrival of the necessary
forms." ~ ;
These reports must be filed by
all persons who sell new of used
tires and tubes and retreadect
tires of Whatever kind, not mount-
ed on a vehicle. The jfurpose of
the inventory is td provide a fund
of information to assist to chart-
ing the future course of rationing.
"Similar reports must be made
by eaeh tire seller in each calen-
dar quarter hereafter," Mr. Hash
explained, "but Ih the future, the
reporting forms wlU have to be
obtained from our tooal board of-
fice by the tire dealer. They will
not be mailed to the dealer herb*
after, as they were for this flnft
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